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HARRIS & BLAGRAVE

Marriages Mar 1861 Whitechapel 1c 604
CHISSELL William & HARRIS Maria
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1861 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of St. Mary Whitechapel in the County of Middlesex
No. 409 March 3
William Chissell - full - Widower - Joiner - 13 Fieldgate St - Charles Chissell - Mariner
Maria Harris - full - Spinster - - - Fieldgate St - Charles Harris - Mariner
Married in the Parish Church ... after Banns by me ... Hammond ? P. C. Lecturer & Sen. Curate
Parties signed: Witnesses: Charles Harris, Mary Ann Harris


HARRIS, JAMES WILLIAM - BLAGRAVE
GRO Reference: 1851 D Quarter in STEPNEY Volume 02 Page 522

I don't have Charles or Mary in any census.
 
Charles John Harris Jun 1840 Stepney 2 430 Blagrove
Mary Ann Harris Jun 1842 Stepney 2 450 Blagrove
Maria Harris Dec 1844 Stepney 2 447 Blagrave
David Robertson Harris Mar 1847 Stepney 2 485 Blagrove
James William Harris Dec 1851 Stepney 2 552 Blagrave

All the children were baptised in St Annes, Limehouse and Charles' occupation given as Mariner for Charles, Labourer for Mary Ann and Rigger for the others

1841
HO107/701/11/F14/p23
Union Place, St Anne, Limehouse
Charles Harris 25 Mariner No
Mary Harris 20 Yes
Charles Harris 1 yes

1861
RG09/308/F22/p48
28 Bath Street Allsaints Polplar
Charles Harris 45 Rigger Poplar
Mary Harris wife 44 Limehouse
David R Harris son 14 Limehouse
James Harris son 9 Limehouse

In 1871 Charles is still in Bath Street but is a widower and has no children with him

Possible deaths

Mary Harris Sep 1870 Poplar 1c 470 age 53

Charles Harris Sep 1871 Poplar 1c 427 age 51
 
I could not find Charles in 1871 at the library yesterday on A...

I also could not find the family in 1851.
 
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