Moyle, Samuel & Ann

Inscription inside Prayer Book

JULY 11, 1848

Other Information

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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