Person:George Chatt (1)

Watchers
George Chatt
d.bef 1861
m. 29 May 1790
  1. George Chatt1791 - bef 1861
  2. John Chattabt 1793 - 1874
  3. Joseph Chattabt 1797 - 1843
  4. Mary Chatt1800 -
  5. Hannah Chatt1803 -
  6. Margaret Chatt1805 -
  7. Nancy Chatt1808 -
  8. Elizabeth Chattabt 1811 -
  9. Frances Chatt1814 -
  • HGeorge Chatt1791 - bef 1861
  • WLydia Gibsoncalc 1796 - abt 1850
m. 17 Dec 1829
  1. William Chatt1830 - bef 1871
  2. Elizabeth Chatt1832 - aft 1851
  3. Margaret Chatt1835 - 1836
Facts and Events
Name George Chatt
Gender Male
Birth[2][1] chr 4 Sep 1791 Whitley Chapel, Northumberland, EnglandPeacock House
Christening[2][1] 4 Sept 1791 Whitley Chapel, Northumberland, EnglandSt. Helen's
Marriage 17 Dec 1829 Allenheads, Northumberland, Englandto Lydia Gibson
Death? bef 1861

In 1841 census, he is a lead ore smelter, age 45, living in Couse Hole, Allendale, Northumberland, with wife Liddy (40), son William (11), and Elizabeth (8), as well as Ann Gibson (13) (younger sister of Liddy?).

In 1851 census, he is living in Tedham, Allendale, Northumberland, with son William (20) and daughter Elizabeth (18).

He does not appear to be in 1861 or 1871 census, so he has likely died before 1861.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 England and Wales. Christening Records, 1530-1906 (database), Secondary quality.

    George Chatt, son of Thomas, chr 4 Sep 1791, Whitley (near Hexham), Northumberland. (Film 1068646). Also reviewed FHL film# 1564755 item #2, transcript of Whitley Chapel general register 1764-1851, with index, which had same baptism date and info, plus added the residence as "Peacock House" (about 1.5 miles south of the church).

  2. 2.0 2.1 Church of England. Chapelry of Whitley (near Hexham, Northumberland). Parish registers of Whitley, Northumberland, 1764-1903. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1986), 4 Sep 1791, Primary quality.

    From FHL film# 1068646 item #10: "Baptised September 4th 1791 George son of Thomas Chatt, Peacock House."
    The indication of the residence as Peacock House provides linkage to his parents and maternal grandparents, who also resided at Peacock House (about 1.5 miles due south of St. Helen's church in Whitley).

    1791 baptism in Whitley parish register