Person:Martha Hall (56)

Watchers
Martha Hall
m. 10 Feb 1817
  1. Henry Arthur Hall1818 - 1862
  2. Martha Hall1820 - 1864
  3. Emma Hall1822 - 1900
m. 8 Sep 1847
  1. Amelia Harmston1849 - 1850
  2. William Harmston1851 -
  3. Emma Harmston1853 -
  4. Martha Harmston1854 -
  5. Harry Harmston1857 -
  6. Minnie Harmston1859 - 1859
  7. baby Harmston1864 - 1864
Facts and Events
Name[1] Martha Hall
Married Name[2][3] Martha Harmston
Gender Female
Baptism[1] 21 Apr 1820 Lincoln, Lincolnshire, Englandin St. Swithin parish
“Martha, daughter of William and Mildred Hall”, from Waterside (Lincoln), was baptized by John Carter. William's profession was given as “waterman”.
Census[4] 6 Jun 1841 Branston, Lincolnshire, Englandat Branston Fen Lock House
Martha was residing with [father] William Hall (occ. lock keeper), [mother] Amelia, [sister-in-law] Susan, and infant [niece] Martha. (No relationships are recorded in this census.) All were stated to have been born in Lincolnshire.
Marriage 8 Sep 1847 Bardney, Lincolnshire, Englandin the parish church
William Harmston (occ. coach smith), a bachelor from Boston and son of John Harmston (occ. solicitor), and Martha Hall, a spinster from Bardney and daughter of William Hall (occ. lock keeper), were married in the parish church according to the rites and ceremonies of the Established Church, “after banns”, by John Wray, Vicar. Both were of a “full age”. The marriage was witnessed by [Martha's father and sister] William Hall and Emma Overton.
to William Harmston
Census 30 Mar 1851 Lincoln, Lincolnshire, Englandat 6 Savages Ct., in the parish of St. Swithin
William Harmston (occ. coach smith) was residing with his wife Martha. It was recorded that they were each born in Lincoln.
with William Harmston
Census 7 Apr 1861 Lincoln, Lincolnshire, Englandat 12 Fentons Place West, in the parish of St. Swithin
William Harmston (occ. coach smith) was residing with his wife Martha, sons William and Harry, and daughters Emma, Martha, and infant Clara. It was recorded that each child, except Clara, was attending school (occ. “scholar”), and each was born in Lincoln.
with William Harmston
Death[3] 2 Jul 1864 Lincoln, Lincolnshire, Englandat 12 Fenton Place
On 4 July 1864, the death of Martha Harmston, age 44, “wife of William Harmston, engine smith”, was registered by Lavina Fletcher (residing at St. Martin's Street, Lincoln), who was “present at death”. The cause of death was certified to be hemorrhage during parturition (childbirth). The death of Martha's prematurely born daughter was registered on the same date.
Burial[2] 6 Jul 1864 Lincoln, Lincolnshire, Englandin St. Swithin parish
“Martha, wife of William Harmston”, from 12 Fenton Place (Lincoln), age 44, was buried with Minister R. P. Prichard 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 57, no 449.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Church of England. St. Swithin's Church (Lincoln). Parish registers, 1686-1961. (Lincoln: Lincolnshire Archives, 1990), Lincolnshire Archives: LINCOLN ST SWITHIN PAR 1/30 (Burials 1858-1890), p 57, no 449.
  3. 3.0 3.1 “Martha Harmston”, in General Register Office. England and Wales. Civil Registration Certificates. (London, United Kingdom: General Register Office), 07a: 273, Lincoln, registered 4 July 1864.
    Certificate of death registered in Lincoln, 4 July 1864, by Lavina Fletcher.
  4. ED 18, Branston parish, Lincolnshire, in General Register Office. The National Archives (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO) HO 107/1-1465 Census Returns: 1841 Census Schedules, HO 107/651/4 (FHL #438771), f 34, p 3, William Hall household, [digital image, Ancestry.com].

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