Inscription inside Prayer Book
SAMUEL AND ANN
ON THE OCCASION OF
BEING THE FIRST
CHRIST CHURCH, PORTSWOOD
JULY 11, 1848
In 1841, Ann Chalk was living with her family in Bevis Hill, South Stoneham. Her father, Stephen (b.1801) was a gardener and her mother was Fanny (b.1796). 6 siblings lived with her; Fanny (b.1821), Maria (b.1826), Stephen (b.1829), Eliza (b.1831), Louisa (b.1833) and Emma (b.1835).
In the next door property, Thomas Chalk (b.1771) a gardener, lived with Jane Chalk (b.1771).
Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece 417; Page: 5; Line: 12; GSU roll: 288813
Marriage recorded for Samuel Moyle to Ann Chalk, Jul-Sep 1848, South Stoneham. Vol. 7, page 297.
In the 1851 census, Samuel Moyles (b.1819, Cornwall) was living in Bevois Valley, South Stoneham and workings as a ‘Sapper and miner Cordwainer’. Living with him were his wife, Ann (b.1826, Minstead, Hampshire) and children; Ann (b.1850, South Stoneham) and Louisa (b.1851, South Stoneham). They had a visitor of an apprentice cordwainer, John Dudley (b.1836, Cornwall) and a house servant, Ann M. Byles (b.1834, Southampton).
Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece: 1670; Folio: 156; Page: 28; GSU roll: 193578.
Ann’s brother Stephen Chalk (aged 26, of Portswood Road) was buried on 25th July 1853 at Highfield Church. His brickgrave is referred to on a list believed to date from 1866, but has not been located (March 2010).
Source: Burial Register for Christ Church, Portswood 1850-1899.
Death registered for Stephen Chalk, Jul-Sep 1853, South Stoneham, Vol 2c, page 25.
In 1861, their address was given as 8 Stoneham Place, Portswood. Samuel (b.1819, Truro, Cornwall) was now a bootmaker and Ann (b.1824, Lyndhurst, Hampshire) was a bootmakers wife. They had 6 chidlren; Ann, Louisa, Charles (b.1853), Samuel (b.1858), Frederick William (b.1859) and Fanny (b.1860). All the children were born in Southampton.
Source Citation: Class: RG9; Piece: 682; Folio: 34; Page: 11; GSU roll: 542684.
Death registered Samuel Moyle (aged 47), Jan-Mar 1866, South Stoneham, Vol.2c, page 43.
In the 1871 census, Ann Moyle was a widow livng in Bevois Valley, South Stoneham. She was a green grocer. Living with her were her children; Charles and Samuel (both with occupations at the Ordnance Survey Office), Frederick, Christopher (b.1863, Southampton) and Elizabeth (b.1864, Southampton). The younger children were scholars.
Source Citation: Class: RG10; Piece: 1197; Folio: 146; Page: 59; GSU roll: 827815.
In 1881 the family lived at 9 Anglesea Terrace, Portswood Road. Ann was described as a former shopkeeper. Also present were; Charles (Civil Assistant with the Ordnance Survey), Samuel (Solictors Assistant), Frederick (Watchmaker), Christoper (Civil Asst, O.S) and Lily/Elizabeth (dressmaker).
Source Citation: Class: RG11; Piece: 1219; Folio: 110; Page: 58; GSU roll: 1341298.
In the 1891 census, Ann was shown living at the same address, 9 Anglesea Terrace, with her sister, Eliza Chalk (b.1832, Southampton). Ann was living by her own means.
Source Citation: Class: RG12; Piece: 925; Folio 88; Page 3; GSU roll: 6096035.
Death registered for Ann Moyle (aged 66), Jul-Sep 1891, South Stoneham, Vol. 2c, page 30.
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