Person:Mary Nicholls (8)

Watchers
  1. William Abraham Nicholls1857 - 1891
  2. Jesse Nicholls1859 - 1935
  3. Frederick Nicholls1861 - 1892
  4. Mary Ann Nicholls1863 - 1935
  5. Alfred Nicholls1866 - 1910
  6. Sarah Nicholls1868 - 1940
  7. Arthur Daniel Nicholls1871 - 1947
Facts and Events
Name Mary Ann Nicholls
Gender Female
Birth[1] 1863 Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, England
Christening[2] 31 May 1863 Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, EnglandSt Helen
Census[3] 2 Apr 1871 Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, EnglandNomansland
Census[4] 3 Apr 1881 Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, EnglandBrewhouse Hill
Census[5] 5 Apr 1891 Luton, Bedfordshire, England13 Brook Street
Census[6] 31 Mar 1901 Luton, Bedfordshire, England17 Milton Road
Census[7] 2 Apr 1911 St Albans, Hertfordshire, England43 Watson's Row
Death[8][9] 11 Feb 1935 St Albans, Hertfordshire, EnglandOster House Infirmary
References
  1. Birth index, in General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration. (London: General Register Office), Secondary quality.

    b. Mary Ann Nichols WARNER, June Quarter 1863, St Albans Registration District, Vol. 3a, page 283

  2. Baptisms register, in Church of England. Wheathampstead Parish Registers, Primary quality.
    BAPTISMS solemnized in the Parish of Wheathampstead in the County of Hertford in the Year 1863
    No.When BaptizedChild's Christian NameParent's NameAbodeQuality, Trade, or ProfessionBy whom the Ceremony was performed
    ChristianSurname
    1651863 May 31Mary AnnDaniel
    &
    Susan
    Nichols

    Warner
    Nomansland, WheathampsteadLaborer

    Single woman
    Owen W. Davys, Rector

    Baptised the same day as her brother Jesse.

  3. General Register Office. The National Archives (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO) RG 10 General Register Office: 1871 Census Schedules, Class RG10; Piece 1376; Folio 51; Page 18, 2 Apr 1871, Primary quality.

    Address: No Man's Land, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire
    Daniel Nichols, head, married, male, 37 [1833/4], Ag Labourer, b. Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire
    Susan Nichols, wife, married, female, 36 [1834/5], Straw plaiter, b. Harpenden, Hertfordshire
    William Nichols, son, male, 13 [1857/8], Ag Labourer, b. Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire
    Jessie Nichols, son, male, 11 [1859/60], Ag Labourer, b. Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire
    Frederick Nichols, son, male, 9 [1861/2], Ag Labourer, b. Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire
    Mary Ann Nichols, daughter, female, 7 [1863/4], Straw plaiter, b. Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire
    Alfred Nichols, son, male, 5 [1865/6], b. Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire
    Sarah Nichols, daughter, female, 3 [1867/8], b. Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire
    Arthur Nichols, son, male, 1m [1871], b. Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire

  4. General Register Office. Public Record Office (PRO) RG 11 General Register Office: 1881 Census Schedules. (The National Archives), Class RG11; Piece 1429; Piece 48; Page 7, 3 Apr 1881, Primary quality.

    Address: Brewhouse Hill, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire
    Daniel Nichols, head, married, male, 47 [1833/4], Farm labourer, b. Gustard Wood, Hertfordshire
    Maria Nichols, wife, married, female, 48 [1832/3], Straw plaiter, b. Batford Mills, Hertfordshire
    Frederick Nichols, son, unmarried, male, 19 [1861/2], Farm labourer, b. Nomansland, Hertfordshire
    Mary Ann Nichols, daughter, unmarried, female, 17 [1863/4], Straw plaiter, b. Nomansland, Hertfordshire
    Sarah Nichols, daughter, unmarried, female, 12 [1868/9], Scholar, b. Nomansland, Hertfordshire
    Arthur Nichols, son, male, 9 [1871/2], Scholar, b. Nomansland, Hertfordshire
    Clara Nichols, daughter, female, 8 [1872/3], Scholar, b. Nomansland, Hertfordshire
    George Nichols, son, male, 6 [1874/5], Scholar, b. Nomansland, Hertfordshire
    Sarah Wright, daughter, female, 13 [1867/8], Scholar (2nd family), b. Folly, Hertfordshire

  5. General Register Office. The National Archives (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO) RG 12 General Register Office: 1891 Census Schedules, Class RG12; Piece 1271; Folio 75; Page 17, 5 Apr 1891, Primary quality.

    Address: 13 Brook Street, Luton, Bedfordshire
    Five or more rooms occupied
    Frank Arnold, head, widower, male, 68 [1822/3], Straw Hat Merchant, employer, b. Ireland
    Mary Nichols, servant, single, 28 [1862/3], General Servant (domestic), b. St Albans, Hertfordshire

  6. General Register Office. The National Archives (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO) RG 13 General Register Office: 1901 Census Schedules, Class RG13; Piece 1514; Folio 132; Page 33, 31 Mar 1901, Primary quality.

    Address: 17 Milton Road, Luton, Bedfordshire
    Five or more rooms occupied
    Martha Mardell, head, widow, female, 64 [1836/7], Straw hat sewer, worker, at home, b. Hertford, Hertfordshire
    Emily Mardell, daughter, single, female, 31 [1869/70], Straw hat sewer, worker, at home, b. Luton, Bedfordshire
    Florence A. Mardell, daughter, single, female, 20 [1880/1], Straw hat finisher, worker, b. Birmingham, Warwickshire
    Mary Nicholls, boarder, single, female, 40 [1860/1], Straw hat sewer, worker, b. Harpenden, Hertfordshire

  7. General Register Office. The National Archives (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO) RG 14 General Register Office: 1911 Census Schedules, Class RG14; Piece 7674; Schedule 26, 2 Apr 1911, Primary quality.

    Address: 43 Watson's Row, St Albans, Hertfordshire
    2 rooms occupied
    Mary Nicholls, head, female, 39 [1871/2], single, Laundry work (ironer), b. Harpenden, Hertfordshire
    May Wright, cousin, female, 18 [1892/3], Laundry work (collar machine), b. Harpenden, Hertfordshire

    Baptised the same day as her brother Jesse.

  8. Deaths index, in General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration. (London: General Register Office), Primary quality.

    d. Mary A. NICHOLLS, March Quarter 1935, St Albans Registration District, Vol. 3a, page 1125, aged 71 [1863/4]

  9. England and Wales. England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1858 onwards, Primary quality.

    NICHOLLS Mary Ann of 43 Keyfield St. Albans Hertfordshire spinster died 11 February 1935 at Oster House Infirmary St. Albans Administration London 3 May to Clara Seabrook widow. Effects £126 7s. 4d.

  10.   43 Watson's Row appears to have been the same property as 43 Keyfield, which was Mary's home at the time of her death in 1935. Old maps show that Watson's Row was the same street as the modern road Keyfield Terrace. The name presumably changed some time between 1911 and 1935.