HO107 Piece 1857 Folio 508 Page 20
Civil Parish: Portland
Registration District: Weymouth
All that part of the Parish of Portland including Reforne, the Village of Easton below White's Shop to Bakhen on the west side of the street and Collins Shop the Smith on the east side of the same. (these houses not to be included (in) the Villages of Straits & Wakeham)
Enumerator Zachariah White. 218 schedules; 201 inhabited houses; 32 uninhabited; 4 being built. 499 males; 527 females; total of 1026 persons
15; 13 Easton Street; William; WHITTLE; Head; Married; 32; Blacksmith; Portland;
; ; Mary M.; WHITTLE; Wife; Married; 32; ; Portland
; ; Sarah; WHITTLE; Daur; ; 10; Scholar; Portland
; ; John C.; WHITTLE; Son; ; 9; Scholar; Portland
; ; William; WHITTLE; Son; ; 7; Scholar; Portland
; ; Thomas; WHITTLE; Son; ; 5; Scholar; Portland
; ; Mary M.; WHITTLE; Daur; ; 4; ; Portland
Thomas Whittle Bachelor Portland England Bricklayer 23 Newtown Newtown William Whittle Mary Cadey Blacksmith
Kate Furner Spinster Camden New South Wales Spinster 22 Camden Camden Charles Furner Harriet Whiteman Bricklayer
May 12th, 1869 By me William Hensby ? Bennett
Witnesses: Charles Furner, Mary Furner
Update - The Whittle family I am researching emigrated from Portland, Dorset to Wagga Wagga NSW Australia.
William Whittle was born 1818 Portland Dorset to parents William Whittle and Sarah Miller. He and his wife Mary Marwood (nee Cady) emigrated to NSW. The family settled in the Wagga area with one son moving to Queensland. They were a family of blacksmiths.
Please contact me if you have information about this family or are connected to this family.
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Portland Circuit (Wesleyan Methodist)
Microreproduction of original records housed at the Dorset Record Office, Dorchester.
High reduction microfilm (42X). Use high magnification reader.
Includes the villages of Fortune's Well, Easton, Weston, Southwell and the town of Weymouth.