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Marriages Mar 1861 Whitechapel 1c 604
Page 205
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

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

Union Place, St Anne, Limehouse
Charles Harris 25 Mariner No
Mary Harris 20 Yes
Charles Harris 1 yes

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.