Ox, Richard

Inscription

SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF
RICHARD OX
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
JUNE 8TH 18[65]
AGED 6? YEARS
HIS ? ? ? S E ?

Other Information

In the 1841 census, Richard Ox (b.1801, Hampshire) was married to Elizabeth (b.1791, Hampshire) and living in Highfield. He was described as M.S. or male servant.
Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece 417; Folio: 12; Page: 18; Line: 13; GSU roll: 288813.

Marriage recorded for Richard Ox to Elizabeth Dewey, Oct-Dec 1843, Southampton, Vol. 7, page 325.

Birth recorded for Lavinia Ann Ox, Oct-Dec 1848, South Stoneham, Vol 7, p.230.

Death recorded for Elizabeth Ox, Apr-Jun 1850, South Stoneham, Vol 7, p 178.

In the 1851 census, Richard Ox (b. 1793, Oxfordshire) was a proprietor of houses, living in Highfield with his step-son, Francis Dewey (b.1841, Fareham, Hampshire), his daughter, Louisa A (b.1824, South Stoneham) and general servant, Jane Over (b.1836, Southampton). 
In the neighbouring property was another Richard Ox (b.1834, Waddington, Oxfordshire). He was a lodger and a ‘But’ labourer (? may mean ‘butcher’ as the head of the house was a butcher).
Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece: 1670; Folio: 163; Page: 42; GSU roll: 193578.

Richard Ox appeared as a resident of Highfield in the Post-Office Street Directories of 18491851 and 1853.

Marriage recorded for Richard Ox to Mary Ann Butt, Apr-Jun 1851, Southampton, Vol. 7, page 269.

Birth recorded for Kate Mary Ox, Jan-Mar 1853, South stoneham, Vol 2c, p.45

In the 1861 census, Richard Ox (b.1798, Waddington, Oxfordshire) was living on Flint Street, Highfield with his wife Mary (b.1815, Southampton) and two daughters, Lavinia (b.1849, South Stoneham) and Kate (b.1853, South Stoneham). By occupation, Richard was a proprietor of houses.
Source Citation: Class: RG9; Piece: 682; Folio: 101; Page: 5; GSU roll: 542684.

Death record for Richard Ox, Apr-Jun 1865, South Stoneham, Vol. 2c, page 35.

Richard Ox (aged 69) of Highfield was buried on 9 June 1865.
Source: Burial Register for Christ Church, Portswood 1850-1899

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