Person:Harry Hancox (1)

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Harry Hancox
m. 2 May 1830
  1. Thomas Elias Hancox1831 -
  2. William Hancox1833 -
  3. Harry Hancox1836 - 1885
  4. Frances Hancox1838 - 1852
  5. Emma Hancox1847 -
m. 28 May 1867
  1. Harry Merret Hancox1868 - 1943
  2. Frank Heeley Hancox1870 - 1909
  3. Charles Edward Hancox1872 - 1952
  4. Richard James Hancox1873 - 1956
Facts and Events
Name Harry Hancox
Gender Male
Birth? 28 April 1836 Aston, Warwickshire, England
Residence[3] 1841 Birmingham Registration District, England and Wales, United Kingdom43 Barthomlomew Street
Marriage 28 May 1867 West Derby, Lancashire, EnglandSt Stephen the Martyr
to Maria Mary Merrett
Residence[2] 1871 Liverpool, Lancashire, England67 Woodville Terrace, Everton
Occupation[2] 1871 Hosier and Glover
Residence[1] 15 February 1872 Toxteth Park, Liverpool, Lancashire, England64 Woodville Terrace, Everton
Death[4][6] 18 January 1885 Liverpool, Lancashire, England30 Edge Lane
Burial[5] 22 January 1885 Liverpool, Lancashire, EnglandToxteth Park Cemetery

In the 1841 Census, Harry was listed as being 5 years old. He lived with mother Frances Hancox (a brace and belt Manufacturer), brothers William (age 8) and Thomas (age 10) and sister Frances (age 2).

In the 1871 Census, Harry was living with wife Maria Mary , sons Harry Merrett (age 2) and Frank Heeley (age 1). Also in the household was Amy Laurence Hancox, age 19. (sister? niece?)

References
  1. Certificate of birth of Charles Edward Hancox.
  2. 2.0 2.1 1871 Census.

    Class: RG10; Piece: 3823; Folio: 108; Page: 29; GSU roll: 841915

  3. 1841 Census.

    Class: HO107; Piece: 1145; Book: 7; Civil Parish: Birmingham; Enumeration district: 21; Folio: 4; Page: 1; Line: 4; GSU roll: 464181.

  4. England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966.
  5. Gravestone Toxteth Park.
  6. Will:
    Personal Estate (pounds)902.9s.1d 25 March 1885 The will of Harry Hancox late of Edge Lane in the County of Lancaster Hosier who died 18 January at Edge Lane was proved at Liverpool by Maria Mary Hancox of 30 Edge Lane widow the relict the sole executrix.