Person:Henry Hall (40)

Watchers
Henry Arthur Hall
m. 10 Feb 1817
  1. Henry Arthur Hall1818 - 1862
  2. Martha Hall1820 - 1864
  3. Emma Hall1822 - 1900
  • HHenry Arthur Hall1818 - 1862
  • WSusan NewtonAbt 1820 -
m. 23 Jun 1840
  1. Martha Ann Hall1841 -
  2. William George Hall1843 - 1844
  3. William Henry HallAbt 1847 - 1850
  4. Thomas Newton Hall1849 - 1850
  5. Sarah Amelia Hall1851 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Henry Arthur Hall
Gender Male
Baptism[1] 30 Mar 1818 Lincoln, Lincolnshire, Englandin the parish of St. Swithin
“Henry Arthur son of William and Mildred Hall”, from Old Hospital Yard, was baptized by John Carter. William's profession was given as “waterman”.
Marriage 23 Jun 1840 Metheringham, Lincolnshire, Englandin the parish church
Henry Hall (occ. painter), a bachelor from Metheringham and son of William Hall (occ. clerk to the Commissioners of Drainage), and Susan Newton (occ. dress maker), a spinster from Metheringham and daughter of Robert Newton (occ. labourer), were married in the parish church according to the rites and ceremonies of the Established Church by Minister Philip Alps. Both were of a “full age”. The marriage was witnessed by [Henry's father] William Hall and John Taylor.
to Susan Newton
Census[4] 6 Jun 1841 St. Swithin par., Lincoln, Lincolnshire, EnglandHenry Hall (occ. journeyman plumber) was residing in the household of James and Sarah Barratt. (No relationships are recorded in this census.) It was stated that he was born in Lincolnshire.
Census 30 Mar 1851 Spalding, Lincolnshire, Englandat Red Lion St.
Henry Arthur Hall (occ. plumber and glazier, master employing one boy) was residing with his wife S. and daughter M. A. It was recorded that the birth place of Henry, his wife, and his daughter were Lincoln, Metheringham, and Branston, respectively. His daughter was attending school (occ. “scholar”).
with Susan Newton
Census 7 Apr 1861 Branston, Lincolnshire, Englandat Horsly Deep Lock House
“Henery” A. Hall (occ. lock keeper) was residing with his wife Susan (occ. staymaker), son Henry W., daughters Martha A., Sarah A., Elizabeth, and Eliza, and a lodger Thon Holmes. It was recorded that his first child Martha and two youngest, Henry and Eliza, were born in Bardney. Also, Sarah was born in Spalding, and Elizabeth was born in Louth. Sarah, Elizabeth, and Henry were attending school (occ. “scholar”).
with Susan Newton
Death[3] 15 Sep 1862 Branston, Lincolnshire, Englandin Branston fen
On 6 November 1862, the death of Henry Hall (occ. “formerly a plumber and glasier subsequently the lock keeper”), age 44, was registered by Judith Dawson, of Bardney, who was “in attendance”. (Judith made her mark.) The cause of death was certified to be “apoplexy disease of the brain” (stroke), which he had for two years.
Burial[2] 16 Sep 1862 Bardney, Lincolnshire, EnglandHenry Hall, age 44, from Bardney Lock, was buried with Wm. Walker, Jr. performing the ceremony.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Church of England. St. Swithin's Church (Lincoln). Parish registers, 1686-1961. (Lincoln: Lincolnshire Archives, 1990), Lincolnshire Archives: LINCOLN ST SWITHIN PAR 1/7 (Baptisms 1813-1835), p 41, no 328.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Church of England. Parish Church of Bardney (Lincolnshire). Parish registers, 1653-1976. (Lincoln: Lincolnshire Archives, 1990), Lincolnshire Archives: BARDNEY PAR 1/12 (Burials 1846-1871), p 63, no 502.
  3. 3.0 3.1 “Henry Hall”, in General Register Office. England and Wales. Civil Registration Certificates. (London, United Kingdom: General Register Office), 07a: 274, Lincoln, registered 6 Nov. 1862.
    Certificate of death registered in Lincoln, 6 Nov. 1862, by Judith Dawson.
  4. ED 12, St. Swithin parish, Lincolnshire, in General Register Office. The National Archives (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO) HO 107/1-1465 Census Returns: 1841 Census Schedules, HO 107/651/21 (FHL #438771), f 23, p 11, James Barratt household, [digital image, Ancestry.com].

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