Hi GP. The plot thickens!
As well as being part of this forum, I am a member of 'findmypast.com' and the Genes Reunited site and I believe we have been in contact through that site and have access to each others trees. So I think I understand your situation.
So that I could get things...
Thank you all for confirming the information regarding Kennith. You may be interested in the following information I found while surfing the net:
Kenith Trodd grew up in working-class Southampton. His father was a crane operator, and his parents were members of the Plymouth...
Hi GP. I agree with Hammy. I was going to suggest looking for a will. Do both chaps appear in the 1841-1901 Censuses? Have you researched the children's marriages from both partners?
After reading through your text several times, I would be inclined to believe that it is one and the same...
Hi Ed, I'll bet your pleased with yourself for finding that information. :biggrin: It's surprising at the amount of records and information out there. It's just a case of knowing where to look. Are you going to buy a print?
Hi Clare, we have been in contact before on the Genes Reunited site. I hope the following helps. Clifton Cottage stil exists, it is one of a pair of semi-detached properties. In fact my son lives nextdoor but one to it in Newtown Road.
All the best Maggie
1891 census - household...
I have a list covering 3 pages, of Trodds buried in Southampton Corporation Cemetaries between 1850-2003. They included: Hill Lane (Old), Hollybrook, South Stoneham & St Marys Extra. The information given is Date of Burial, Grave & Section number, Age at death & Address.
If anyone would like...
Thanks for all that information GP. I believe Jane Gibbons was the daughter of Mary Trodd by her first husband.:)
GIBBONS Mary (widow)
31 Oct 1831 St Mary Southampton
Hi All, yesterday I visited Southampton Archives and I found the following information. I don't know if it helps or causes further confusion:confused:
West End Parish Marriages:
19 April 1860
TRODD Harriet Ann - 23 - Spinster - Itchen Ferry.
Father: George TRODD - Labourer
TAPLIN Charles -...
Hi GP, yes it would be great to have an insight into their lives. Even back then some women had "Toyboys!"
Here is another glimpse into Harriet's life:
1861 census - household transcription
Person: PENNICOT, Harriet
Address: Bitterne Terrace, South Stoneham
PENNICOT, George Head...
Hi gemma's pal, yes that's right. She was 39yrs, 41yrs & 42yrs when she had George's children. I believe she died aged approx 93yrs in 1904. She must have been a tough old bird! :) I found the following details:
1901 census - household transcription
Person: PENNICOTT, Harriett
A search of the 1841 Census revealed only 2 Harriett Trodds:
1.Household TRODD, Harriett 1811 30 F Stoneham, South Hampshire
2.Household TRODD, Harriott 1805 36 F Southampton Hampshire
The first one is John & Martha Trodd's daughter still living at home.
The second one is the wife of a...
I have found the following details which I believe refers to the Benjamin in question:
Births Sep 1842
Trodd Benjamin South Stoneham 7 194
West End Parish Baptisms:
1845 Aug 10 - Trodd, Benjamin
Mother: Harriet Trodd* of Bitterne - Unmarried
*Could this be the Harriet Trodd b1811, who...
Hi All, thanks for that information GP, the plot thickens. I found the following information on:
It's well worth a visit!
05 Feb 1740 John TRODD – Martha BONNY ( No other details). Could this...