Person:Adeline Munday (1)

Watchers
Sarah Adeline Munday
d.8 February 1924
m. 1 Dec 1835
  1. George Hill Munday1836 - 1862
  2. Captain James William Munday1838 - 1875
  3. Mary Elizabeth Munday1840 - 1849
  4. Anna Maria Munday1841 - 1895
  5. Sarah Adeline Munday1843 - 1924
  6. John Hill Munday1844 - 1918
  7. Thomas Hill Munday1846 - 1862
  8. Walter Edward Munday1847 - 1932
  9. Nelson Munday1848 - 1886
  10. Louisa Fry Munday1851 - 1881
Facts and Events
Name[1] Sarah Adeline Munday
Alt Name Addy
Gender Female
Birth[2][7] 2 May 1843 Warminster, Wiltshire, England
Residence[1] 30 March 1851 Paulton, Somerset, England163 Winterfield
Residence[3] 7 April 1861 Brighton, Sussex, England37 Montpelier Crescent
Occupation[3] 7 April 1861 Brighton, Sussex, EnglandTeacher
Occupation[4] 2 April 1871 Whitchurch, Glamorgan, Wales
Occupation[4] 2 April 1871 Whitchurch, Glamorgan, WalesGoverness at "Greenmeadow"
Residence[5] 31 March 1901 Wallington, Surrey, EnglandStanwell Lodge, 2 Alcester Road
Residence[6] 2 April 1911 Wallington, Surrey, EnglandStanwell Lodge, 2 Alcester Road
Death[9] 8 February 1924

In 1851, Sarah was 7 years old, and living, or staying, with her grandmother Hannah Hill in Paulton. In 1861 she was a teacher (age 17) at a small school in Brighton, which had 12 girls as pupils (five of whom came from India, one from France, and one from Australia). She was a Governess in Wales in 1871 at Greenmeadow, an estate owned by the Lewis family. In 1901 she was living with John Pott, a widower and retired civil servant, and is listed as his sister-in-law - he was her sister Anna Maria's husband.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1851 England Census.

    Class: HO107; Piece: 1939; Folio: 129; Page: 41; GSU roll: 221098.

  2. England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915.

    Vol.8, p.423

  3. 3.0 3.1 1861 England Census.

    Class: RG 9; Piece: 602; Folio: 99; Page: 23; GSU roll: 542669.

  4. 4.0 4.1 1871 Wales Census.

    Class: RG10; Piece: 5355; Folio: 73; Page: 32; GSU roll: 848450.

  5. 1901 England Census.

    Class: RG13; Piece: 653; Folio: 119; Page: 41.

  6. 1911 England Census.

    Class: RG14; Piece: 3431; Schedule Number: 76.

  7. John Hill Munday Family Bible.
  8.   In 1870-72, John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Whitchurch like this:

    WHITCHURCH, a parish in Cardiff district, Glamorgan; on the river Taff, 1 mile NNW of Llandaff r. station. It has a post-office under Cardiff. Acres, 3,192. Real property, £6,409. Pop. in 1851, 1,661; in 1861, 2,274. Houses, 470. The increase of pop. arose from extension of tin and iron manufacture. Velindre and Greenmeadow are chief residences. There are a barrow and a Roman camp. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Llandaff. Value, £300.* Patron, the Bishop of L. The church is good; and there are three dissenting chapels.
  9. From notes in Bible of John Hill Munday, made by nurse/doctor E.Davies:
    "8.15pm Sleeping well but breathing rather heavily. Pulse intermittent.
    9.45pm Very restless. Throwing arms about and talking a lot. Cannot take water.
    10 pm Temp: subnormal. Pulse very weak.
    11 pm Breathing becomes more stentorous.
    1.20pm Patient very restless. Throwing arms about and sighing. Breathing becomes slower, pulse still weaker till patient passed peacefully away at 1.40pm"