RICHARD AND JANE
WHO DIED JANUARY 13 186?
AGED 4 YEARS AND 5 MONTHS
In 1861 a Richard Goulding (b.1809, Nursling, Romsey) and his wife Jane (b.1813, Nursling) lived in Highfield. Richard was a buck farmer and Jane a laundress. The census showed 6 children. 5 daughters, Jane (b.1845), Matilda (b.1847), Maria (b.1849), Emily (b.1852) and Rosina (b.1860) and a son, William (b.1858).
Source Citation: Class: RG9; Piece: 682; Folio: 103; Page: 9; GSU roll: 542684
Death recorded for a William Golding, Jan-Mar 1863, South Stoneham, Vol 2c, page 27
William Golding (aged 5) of Highfield, was buried on 7 January 1863.
Source: Burial Register for Christ Church, Portswood 1850-1899
In 1871, the same couple are still living in Highfield. Richard was a labourer, Jane still a laundress. The only child still with them was Rosena.
Source Citation: Class: RG10; Piece: 1198; Folio: 33; Page: 18; GSU roll: 827815.
Death registered for Jane Golding (aged 63), Jul-Sep 1875, South Stoneham, Vol 2c, page 27.
Death registered for Richard Golding (aged 77), Apr-Jun 1885, South Stoneham, Vol 2c, page 39.
(In 1851, the family were found to be living in Millbrook Southampton. Richard was a labourer. They had an additional daughter, Fanny (b.1844).
Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece: 1670; Folio: 452; Page: 43; GSU roll: 193578.)
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