Person:Emma Hall (19)

Watchers
m. 10 Feb 1817
  1. Henry Arthur Hall1818 - 1862
  2. Martha Hall1820 - 1864
  3. Emma Hall1822 - 1900
m. 28 Apr 1847
  1. William H. Overton1848 - 1918
  2. Mary Jane OvertonAbt 1850 - Bef 1880
  3. Henry George Overton1852 -
  4. Amelia Overton1855 - 1925
  5. John Thomas Overton1858 - 1923
  6. Emma Overton1860 - 1900
  7. Edwin Overton1862 - 1879
  8. Alford Overton1865 - 1933
Facts and Events
Name[1] Emma Hall
Married Name[2][3] Emma Overton
Gender Female
Birth[2] 3 Mar 1822 Bardney, Lincolnshire, EnglandEach census record from 1851, 1861, and 1871 lists her birthplace as Bardney, Lincolnshire.
Baptism[1] 7 Mar 1822 Bardney par., Lincolnshire, England“Emma dau. of William and Milicent Hall”, from Bardney, was baptized by John Wray. William's profession was given as “labourer”.
Marriage 28 Apr 1847 Bardney, Lincolnshire, Englandin the parish church
George Overton (occ. carpenter), a bachelor from Bardney and son of William Overton (occ. dealer in wood), and Emma Hall, a spinster from Branston and daughter of William Hall (occ. lock keeper), were married in the parish church according to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England, “after banns”, by John Wray, Vicar. Both were of a “full age”. The marriage was witnessed by [Emma's father and sister] William Hall and Martha Hall. The groom made his mark in the register.
to George Overton
Census 30 Mar 1851 Bardney par., Lincolnshire, Englandon Wragby Lane
George Overton (occ. carpenter) was residing with his wife Emma, son William Henry, and daughter Mary Jane.
with George Overton
Census 7 Apr 1861 Bardney par., Lincolnshire, Englandon Ferry Road
George Overton (occ. carpenter) was residing with his wife Emma, son William, daughter Mary J., son Henry G., daughter Amelia, son John T., and daughter Emma. Another John T. Overton (age 1) and Charles Bell were listed as boarders.
with George Overton
Census 2 Apr 1871 Bardney par., Lincolnshire, Englandon Ferry Road
George Overton (occ. timber merchant) was residing with his wife Emma, daughter Mary J., sons Henry G. (occ. carpenter) and John T., daughter Emma, sons Edwin and “Alfred”, and lodger John Peacock (occ. carpenter) [Mary's future husband].
with George Overton
Emigration[3] 26 Oct 1871 Port of New York, United StatesEmma Overton, a married woman (“wife”), arrived in New York on the S.S. Wisconsin by 26 October. The ship originated in Liverpool and made a stop in Queenstown (Cobh), Ireland. She was traveling with her children–Mary J., Amelia, John, Emma, Edward, and Alfd–who were listed immediately after her in the passenger list.
Census 1 Jun 1880 Center twp., Vernon co., Missouri, United StatesGeo. Overton (occ. farmer) was residing with his wife Emma and sons Henry G. (occ. farm laborer), Jno. T. (occ. laborer), and “Alfred”.
with George Overton
Death[2] 14 Mar 1900 Vernon co., Missouri, United States
Burial[2] Moore Cemetery, Center twp., Vernon co., Missouri, United Statesin section 2
Emma was buried in the same lot as her husband George and son Edwin, who both preceded her.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Church of England. Parish Church of Bardney (Lincolnshire). Parish registers, 1653-1976. (Lincoln: Lincolnshire Archives, 1990), Lincolnshire Archives: BARDNEY PAR 1/8 (Baptisms 1813-1831), p 48, no 378.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Thompson, Nancy, and Neoma Foreman (comps. and eds.). Tri-County Genealogical Society. Vernon County, Missouri Cemetery Directory 2010. (Nevada, Missouri: Vernon County Historical Society, 2010), p 269.

    In Moore Cemetery, a single stone for Emma, George, and Edwin Overton; Emma 3 March 1822–14 March 1900.

  3. 3.0 3.1 Passenger list of the S.S. Wisconsin, in New York City, New York, United States. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 1820-97. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M237), roll 350, list 1079, p 7, ln 33, list dated 26 Oct. 1871.

    See transcript.