Descendants of John (BURNAND) BURNETT

Notes


129. Joseph BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Joseph, Dec 1860, Whitby, 9b 369

The entry for Joseph's baptism in the register of Whitby Methodist Chapel also gives the date of birth as 21 Sep 1860. It is known that his father was at Stakesby Mill, Bagdale [Ruswarp] at this time and it has been assumed that Joseph was born in the mill house.

1861 census: RG9/3649, folio 7, p8
With his parents & siblings at Stakesby Mill - see notes for father George BURNETT.
//

1871 census: RG10/4849, folio 88, p4
With his parents & siblings at Hawsker Mill - see notes for father George BURNETT.
//

It is thought that Joseph became a merchant seaman but this has not been confirmed in primary sources.

1881 census: not found in national index - probably at sea

1891 census: not found in national index - probably at sea

Joseph married Martha WATERS in 1901 in Cardiff.

1901 census: RG13/4975, folio 170, p23
6 Coveny Street, Roath, Cardiff
Joseph BURNETT, head, 40, labourer in shipyard, Whitby Yorkshire
Marthadowife, 34, Haverfordwest Pembrokeshire
Ellendodau, 8, Cardiff Glamorgan
Marydodau, 2,do
//
Joseph and Martha also had a son named Wilfred born in 1905 - a copy birth certificate shows that he was born at 6 Coveny Street, Cardiff.

Joseph's marriage to Martha WATERS was registered at Cardiff during the March quarter 1901, however, this may have been his second marriage. As the 1901 census extract above shows Joseph already had two daughters aged 8yrs and 2yrs. It is of course possible that they were children of his wife Martha from a previous relationship. Some years later Joseph was the main beneficiary and co-executor of his father's will. From details given in the will it is possible to deduce that in December 1914, when the will was written, Joseph and/or his wife Martha had at least one other daughter, named Lucy KENT. Daughter Lucy was presumably born before 1901 but, so far, her birth registration has not been found. The birth registration for daughter Ellen has also not been found.

Joseph and his family lived at 6 Coveny Street, Moors, Cardiff, for many years - he is listed at that address in street indexes for 1913, 1915, 1922, 1924 and 1927. From 1929 Mrs. M. Burnett is listed at the address until 1937.

GRO Index of Deaths: BURNETT, Joseph, Sep 1928, Cardiff, 11a 288 Age 67


Martha Maria WATERS

A beneficiary of her father-in-law George Burnett's will in 1915.

Martha was born in Haverfordwest in 1865 the daughter of William WATERS and his wife Lucy [nee MORGANS]. William was a quarryman. At the time of the 1871 census Martha was living with her parents and two brothers at Quarry Cottages, Pontypridd [RG10/5526, folio 70, p8]

Her father, William, died when Martha was a young girl. 1881 census returns recorded her mother Lucy as a widow with 15yr old Martha and her younger brother Howard at an address in Llanelly [RG11/5373, folio 49, p37].

Martha was described as a spinster on the marriage certificate when she married Joseph BURNETT in 1901 but it is possible that she had been involved in a relationship with Joseph for several years. 1901 census returns recorded Joseph and Martha with two "daughters", Ellen aged 8yrs and Mary aged 2yrs. It is known that there was another daughter named Lucy - she was also a beneficiary of the above mentioned will of George BURNETT in 1915, under her married name Lucy KENT. To have been married in 1915 Lucy must have been born before 1897 and was almost certainly named after her maternal grandmother. The other possibility is that Ellen and Lucy were Martha's illegitimate daughter from another relationship before she met and married Joseph BURNETT.


315. Ellen BURNETT

1901 census: RG13/4975, folio 170, p23
Living with her 'father' Joseph BURNETT and his wife Martha at 6 Coveny Street, Roath, Cardiff age 8yrs, birthplace Cardiff. Joseph and Martha did not marry until just before the census in 1901 - it is therefore possible that Ellen, and her 2yr old sister Mary, were children of a previous relationship for either Joseph or Martha.


316. Lucy BURNETT

A beneficiary of her grandfather George Burnett's will under her married name of Lucy KENT.


317. Mary Martha BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Mary Martha, Dec 1898, Cardiff, 11a 316

1901 census: RG13/4975, folio 170, p23
Living with her 'father' Joseph BURNETT and his wife Martha at 6 Coveny Street, Roath, Cardiff - age 2yrs birthplace Cardiff. Also present in the household was a sister named Ellen BURNETT, age 8yrs, born Cardiff. Both Mary and Ellen may have been children of a previous relationship of either Joseph or Martha - who did not marry until shortly after the census in 1901.

Mary was a named beneficiary in the will of her grandfather George BURNETT in 1914 so too was her sister Lucy - named in the will as Lucy KENT. Sister Ellen, above, and brother Wilf were not mentioned in the will.

It may be pure coincidence but a Mary BURNETT married Frederick KENT at Cardiff in 1916. If this *was* Mary Martha BURNETT, daughter of Joseph BURNETT, then she was just 18yrs old at marriage.


318. Wilfred BURNETT

Wilf was born at 6 Coveny Street, Cardiff, in 1905. His cousin, James Wilfred BURNETT, gave the same address at the time of his marriage in Cardiff in 1914. James was a master mariner and probably stayed with his uncle Joseph (Wilf's father) when he was in port at Cardiff.

Many years later, in 1968, Wilf wrote a letter to another cousin, Albert BURNETT, younger brother of James Wilfred, enquiring about the family history. At that time Wilf lived in Acton, London. It is not known if Wilf married.

Wilf died in 1979 - his death was registered at Ealing. London.
[GRO Index of Deaths: BURNETT, Wilfred, Dec 1979, Ealing, DoB 10 Mar 1905, 12 0212]


134. William BURNETT

1861 census: William, aged 10yrs, was living with his parents at Raven Hill, Newholm. Birthplace given as Raven Hill.

1871 census: not listed with his parents at Raven Hill.

1881 census: Ref RG11/4759, folio 132, p25
41 Derby St., Sculcoates, Yorks
William BURNETT, head, 30, fish dealer & green grocer, Whitby
Hannah dowife, 27, Lythe
William Joa. doson, 6 , scholar, West Hartlpool, Durham
Margaret L. dodau, 4, Staithes, Yorks
Elizabeth H. dodau, 2, South Shields, Durham
Mary Hannah dodau, 7m, Atwick, Yorks
//

1891 census: RG12/1959, folio 164
Vessel "SS Excelsior" [in port at Bristol, Gloucestershire]
William BURNETT, mar, 40, 1st mate, Whitby, Yorks
with five other crew members including:
Joseph Christopher VASEY, unm, 17, apprentice, Whitby, Yorks.
//
[Wife Hannah and their children were living in Kingston upon Hull at the time of this census - see notes for wife Hannah MOODY]

During 1891 William obtained his master's certificate - as witnessed by the following entry in an index to Lloyd's "Captains Registers":
BURNETT, William, b: Whitby 1850, 07487, Hull 1891: vol.44 1891-1895; vol.59 1896-1903; vol.74 1904-1908

William died at sea in 1908. His death was registered at the Consulate General at Odessa in Russia. A copy of his death certificate shows that William died "In sea just outside Odessa Breakwater" and gives two dates of death - 31 July 1908 and 13 August 1908. It seems likely that William went missing, presumably lost overboard, on 31 July but his body was not recovered until 13 August. The death certificate described William as "Second Mate of British steam ship 'Enidwen' N.109785 of Cardiff.". The death was registered by a member of the British Cemetery Committee - which suggests that William was buried at Odessa - but two different dates were given for when the death was registered; 15 Sep 1908 and 28 Sep 1908. There is no obvious reason why there should be two dates of registration.
[Above information extracted from a copy death certificate provided by Beryl AMBLER, whose husband John AMBLER is a direct descendant of William BURNETT]

Administration of William's personal estate was granted at the Pricipal Registry, London, on 26 Oct 1908, to Hannah Elizabeth BURNETT his widow. The estate was valued at £449 .11s . 3d

Family sources suggest that William often took his wife and children away to sea with him. This would explain why the family can not be found in 1901 census returns.


Hannah Elizabeth MOODY

1891 census: RG12/3944, folio 146, p11-12
63 Barn? St, Kingston upon Hull [Holy Trinity]
H. E. BURNETT wife, 36, husband ship's fireman [in port], West Hartlepool, Durham**
William J. doson, 16, draper's assistant, West Hartlepool, Durham
Margaret M dodau, 14, scholar, Saltburn by Sea, Yorks.
Elizabeth dodau, 12, doSouth Shields, Durham
Mary H. dodau, 10,doAtwick, Yorks
Ethel H. dodau, 8, doHull, Yorks
Florence M. dodau, 6, dodo
George H. doson, 4,dodo
Emma dodau, 2, do
Hannah ROBINSON, mothr, wid, 64, living on own means, York
//
[Living two dwellings from a family named MOODY]

**In 1881 census returns Hannah's birthplace was given as Lythe, Yorkshire

The fact that Hannah's mother was named with surname ROBINSON suggests one of two things. Either Hannah's mother was widowed and married again, changing her surname from MOODY to ROBINSON; or Hannah herself was a widow when she married William BURNETT - her maiden name being ROBINSON and her first husband a MOODY. Hannah was described as a spinster in the parish register entry for her marriage at Hinderwell in 1874 and a George ROBINSON was a witness. It would appear that the first scenario above is correct.


319. William John BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, William John, Dec 1874, Hartlepool, 10a 192


320. Margaret Louisa BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Margaret Louisa, Dec 1876, Whitby, 9d 458


321. Elizabeth Hannah BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Elizabeth Hannah, Jun 1878, South Shields, 10a 801


322. Mary Hammond BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Mary Hammond, Sep 1880, Skirlaugh, 9d 312

Mary married Thomas Stephen JORDAN in 1898
[GRO Index of marriages: Dec 1898, Sculcoates, 9d 455]

1901 census: RG13/4479, folio 12, p15
Hessle, Sculcoates
Thomas S. JORDAN, head, 19, [occupation unknown], Hull
Mary H. do wife, 20, Hornsea
William B. do son, 2,Hull
//

The following notes were provided by John & Beryl AMBLER [April 2008]:
"I have some information regarding Mary Hammond Burnet. As you know she married Thomas Stephen Jorden they had 5 children -
1st William Burnett Ambler, who later became a Police Inspector at Hull. He died aged about 47 after being in a scuffle with a pick pocket at Ripon Race course and was buried at St Peter’s, Hoyland, Barnsley. He married Ethel Hanes (not too sure of the spelling) they had 2 children Gwendolyn Mary, who is now 82, and Thomas Derrick, he is about 85.
2nd Claude who died aged 15; drowned at St Andrews Dock, Hull - he was in the Merchant Navy
3rd Kenneth died a bachelor
4th Mary
5th Melville born 1905 still living, married Marjorie Legg, no children

Mary married John Clegg they had 2 children – Thomas Michael known as Michael born 1933 died ? Marjorie Mary Born 1939 still living. You might be interested to know that Michael Clegg was the presenter of the television programme 'Cleggs People' - don't know if this programme was shown nationally"


323. Ethel Harriet BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Ethel Harriet, Dec 1882, Sculcoates, 9d 215

Born 27 September 1882 at 13 Edward Terrace, Waterloo Street, Hull. Birth registered 6th November. Mother Hannah Elizabeth formerly Moody Father William Burnet shown at this time as a Paint Grinder. Birth Certificate number 397 Sub District West Sculcoats.
[Information from John & Beryl AMBLER from a copy birth certificate in their possession. Contact via web site March 2008]

Beryl AMBLER also provided the following information:
"Ethel married on 8 Apr 1909 Albert Edwards of 127 Sculcoats Lane, Hull age 23 Trawlers Engineer father Fredrick Edwards Oil Mill Labour. Ethel is shown as spinster aged 23 but this must be wrong if she was born 1882. She was living at 50 Francis Street, East Hull her father is shown as Second Officer (Merchant Navy).

Children – Albert, George, Florence, John and Eric we understand there were other children but these are the only ones that grew to adulthood.

Ethel and Albert Edwards were divorced in 1942.

Married (2) – 1 January 1944 to Charles Fredrick Smith – no children Ethel is shown as 61

Ethel died 4 June 1974 at Mount Vernon Hospital, Barnsley. She was buried at Darfield Parish Church. Death registered at Barnsley entry number 112"


Ethel's daughter Florence married William AMBLER, the parents of John AMBLER above.


324. Florence Moody BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Florence Moody, Sep 1884, Sculcoates, 9d 236

Note form Beryl AMBLER, Apr 2008:
"Florence Moody Burnet married Jack Hill Dec 1904 they had 3 children -
1) William who worked for the Hull prison service
2) Marjery (unusual spelling) died as a young woman
3) Bessie lived at 6 Lake Drive off Hessle Road, Hull her married name was Murphy"


325. George Henry BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, George Henry, Sep 1886, Sculcoates, 9d 232


326. Emma BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: birth registration not found

The following note was provided by John & Beryl AMBLER [April 2008]:
"We have found Emma W on the 1891 census she is shown as born in 1889 at Atwick but I suspect this could be Hull the same as the 3 before her. We understand she went by the name of Dolly she married a Robert Kirby (no date) and we think they had 1 son called John. We know she was living about 1960 as she attended Michael Cleggs 1st marriage. She died at Loftus, nr Saltburn but we have no date".


136. Robert BURNETT

1861 census: Robert was living with his parents at Raven Hill, Newholm - see notes for father William BURNETT

1871 census: Robert still living at home (Raven Hill) - see notes for father William BURNETT

1881 census - Possibly this Robert BURNETT**:
East Farm, Middleton St George, Durham
Jane CARRICK, head, 70, wid, farmer 135 acres employing 2 men, Eston, Yorks.
Robert BURNETT, serv, 24, unm, ag. lab., Whitby, Yorks**
William STANDGROVE, serv, 15, ag. lab., Middlesbrough, Yorks
Margaret HINDMARSH, serv, 14 , domestic servant, Shildon, Durham
//

1891 census: RG12/3968, folio 54
Springfair Ville, Throxenby, Scalby
Robert BURNETTHead35coachman's groomWhitby
SusandoWife30Cambridgeshire
Robert W. doson11mthsThroxenby
//
[Robert's cousin Richard BURNETT had worked as a coachman/groom at the time of the 1881 census.]

1901 census: RG13/4208, folio 95, p19
Green Hill House, Coachman's Lodge, Wortley, Leeds
Robert BURNETT, head, 46, Coachman, Domestic, Whitby
Susan do , wife, 42, Cambridge
Robert W. do , son, 10, Scarbro
Ada M do , dau, 8, Leeds
//
Robert's younger brother Thomas BURNETT was also living in Wortley at the time of this census - he was working as a tram inspector and living in Colmore Grove, just a quarter of a mile away.


137. Thomas BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BARNETT, Thomas, Jun 1858, Whitby, 9d 393

1861 census: RG9/3649, folio 57, p1
Thomas, aged 3yrs, was living with his parents at Raven Hill, Dunsley. Birthplace given as Raven Hill. [see notes for father William BURNETT]

1871 census: HO107/1255/7, folio 6, p4
Thomas still living at home (Raven Hill) [see notes for father William BURNETT]

1881 census: RG11/4836, folio 15, p4
Thomas farming at Raven Hill with his father [see notes for father William BURNETT]

Some time after 1881 Thomas left the family farm and found employment in the public transport industry - specifically on the "trams" - and ventured North. He married Kate McKENZIE in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1885

1891 census, Scotland: CSSCT1891_178 , Reg. No.562, ED.3, Household 98
25 Regent Place, Pollokshaws, Glasgow
Thomas BURNETT, head, 33, foreman Glagow Tram Co., born England
Kate do wife, 27, Inverness, Invernesshire
Thomas H. do son, 3, Paisley, Renfrewshire
Florence M. do dau, 2, Shawlands, Glasgow
//

Thomas remained living in Glasgow until at least 1898 but by the time of the 1901 census he and his family, now with six children, were living in Wortley, Leeds.

1901 census: RG13/4209, folio 9, p9
20 Colmore Road, Wortley, Leeds
Thomas BURNETT, head, 42, traffic & tramway inspector, Whitby, Yorkshire
Katherine dowife, 37, Scotland
Thomas
Harrison doson, 13, Scotland
Florence Mary dodau, 12, do
George Alexander BURNETT, son, 7, Scotland
Katherine McKenzie dodau, 5, do
Margaret Hammond dodau, 2,do
//
Thomas' elder brother Robert BURNETT was also living in Wortley at the time of this census - he was working as a coachman's groom at a big house in Greenhill Lane, just a quarter of a mile away.


145. Richard BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Richard, Jun 1854, Whitby, 9d 377

1871 census: Richard, aged 17yrs, was living with his parents in Newholm Village. His birthplace was given as Egton.

1881 census: RG11/0048, folio 37, p50
Richard was working as a coachman's helper at 15 Queensbury Mews, Kensington, London. Birthplace given as Whitby.

According to the entry in the marriage register at the time of his marriage to Ellen CROSBY, in Dec 1882, Richard was a coachman at "Abbey House", Whitby. Ellen was a domestic servant at the same house.

Richard's first four children were all baptised in Whitby between 1884 and 1888. In parish registers, at the baptisms of the first three children, he was described as "innkeeper - Red Lion, St. Ann's Staith". His occupation had changed to "butcher" and his address to " - 4 Cliff St. Whitby" by the time his fourth child was baptised in 1888. Shortly after this, Richard moved his family to Newholm - his daughter Nellie was born there in 1889 - and continued his trade as a butcher. An 1890 Trade Directory of Whitby lists "Richard and William BURNETT, butchers, Whitby Market" - this Richard and his brother.

1891 census: RG12/3995, folio 117, p4
Newholm Green
Richard BURNETT, head, 36, butcher, born Julian Park, Goathland*
Ellen dowife, 32, born Sneaton
Richard Hill doson, 7, born Whitby
William George doson, 5, do
Thomas Henry doson, 4, do
John BURNETTson, 2,do
Nelliedodau, 1,do
*Richard's birthplace, Julian Park, is in Egton parish but is closer to Goathland than it is to Egton Village.

1901 census: RG13/
Richard BURNETT, 46, born Egton, carter for contractor, 18597737
Ellen BURNETT, 42, born Whitby, 18597738
Richard BURNETT, 17, born Whitby, stone mason, 18597739
William BURNETT, 15, born Whitby, roving piler at a mill, 18597740
Thomas BURNETT, 14, born Whitby, doffer at a worsted mill, 18597741
Nellie BURNETT, 11, born Whitby, 18597742
Ernest BURNETT, 10, born Whitby, 18597743
May BURNETT, 4, born Whitby, 18597744
Hannah BURNETT, 3, born Keighley, 18597745
Family living at Keighley.

Death notice, "Whitby Gazette", 10 Apr 1903:
Burnett, Richard - 31 Mar 1903, aged 49 - at 14 Acres Street, Keighley.


Ellen CROSBY

Ellen's given age of 24yrs at the time of her marriage in 1882 does not
'match' her given age of 37yrs at the time of the 1891 census.


334. Richard Hill BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Richard Hill, Mar 1884, Whitby, 9d 485

Richard was born at the "Red Lion" public house in St. Ann's Staith, Whitby, where his father was innkeeper.

1891 census: Richard, aged 7yrs, was living with his parents in Newholm.

1901 census: living with parents and siblings at Keighley - see notes for father Richard BURNETT


335. William George BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, William George, Sep 1885, Whitby, 9d 459


William was born in "The Red Lion" public house in St. Ann's Staith, Whitby, where his father was innkeeper.

1891 census: William, aged 5yrs, was living with his parents in Newholm.

1901 census: living with parents and siblings at Keighley - see notes for father Richard BURNETT


336. Thomas Henry BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Thomas Henry, Sep 1886, Whitby, 9d 485


Thomas was born in the "Red Lion" public house in St. Ann's Staith, Whitby, where his father was the innkeeper.

1891 census: Thomas, aged 4yrs, was living with his parents in Newholm.

1901 census: living with parents and siblings at Keighley - see notes for father Richard BURNETT


337. John BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, John, Jun 1888, Whitby, 9d 47(6)?


John was born at 4 Cliff Street, Whitby. His father had become a butcher, having previously been the innkeeper at the "Red Lion" in St.
Ann's Staith.

1891 census: Richard, aged 2yrs, was living with his parents in Newholm.

1901 census: not at home with the rest of the family in Keighley - see notes for father Richard BURNETT.


338. Nellie BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Nellie, Dec 1889, Whitby, 9d 4(6)(6)?


1891 census: Nellie, aged 1yr, was living with her parents in Newholm.

1901 census: living with parents and siblings at Keighley - see notes for father Richard BURNETT


339. Ernest Watson BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Ernest Watson, Sep 1891, Whitby, 9d 453

The entry for Ernest's baptism in the Dunsley register names his parents as William and Ellen, however, the father's occupation was given as butcher and cab-driver. *Richard* BURNETT, the husband of Ellen CROSBY was a coachman before becoming a butcher and was almost certainly the father of Ernest.

1901 census: living with parents and siblings at Keighley - see notes for father Richard BURNETT

Ernest enlisted for the British Army on 7 Aug 1914 at Skipton, but was "discharged to pension" after just 5 days service. The reason for his discharge was given as "Para.156.7.7 Reg., Clause 5" - obviously a reference to a particular paragraph in the Army Regulations but no other detail given. Ernest gave his true age (23), birthplace Whitby, Yorks, home address 6 Shed Street, Keighly, and occupation labourer. His mother Ellen BURNETT, of 6 Shed Street, Keighly, was named as his next of kin.
[Information from British Army WWI Pension Records held at the National Archive and made available by "Ancestry"]


340. May BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, May, Jun 1896, Whitby, 9d 4(8)(7)?

1901 census: living with parents and siblings at Keighley - see notes for father Richard BURNETT


341. Hannah Elizabeth BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Hannah Elizabeth, Mar 1898, Keighley, 9a 181

1901 census: living with parents and siblings at Keighley - see notes for father Richard BURNETT


147. William BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, William, Jun 1857, Whitby, 9d 373

1881 census: RG11/4836, folio 8, p9
William was single and living on his father's farm at Newholm-cum-Dunsley - see notes for father Philip BURNETT.

1883: William was described as "butcher, of Newholm" in the marriage register at St. Mary's parish church, Whitby, at the time of his marriage to Margaret McNAUGHTON.

1891 census: RG12/3995, folio 117, p4
Newholm
William BURNETT, head, 34, butcher, born Newholm.
Margaret Jane BURNETT, wife, 48, born Whitby
Gertrude Eliza BURNETT, daur, 5, born Newholm
Philip Stanley BURNETT, son, 4, born Whitby
John M. BURNETT, son, 2, born Newholm

1901 census: RG13/4561, folio 15, p5
Newholm
William BURNETT, head 43, butcher, Newholm
Marg [sic] dowife, 50, Whitby
Gertrude dodau, 15, Newholm
Philip doson, 14, Whitby
John doson, 12, Newholm
//

Some time after 1901 William moved his family down to Wath upon Dearn near Sheffield. He died at Sheffield in 1941 and was buried there - the event being recorded in the monumental inscription on the headstone marking a family plot in Egton churchard [see notes for father Philip BURNETT]


342. John McNaughton BURNETT

GRO Index of Deaths:
BURNETT, John McNaughton, Jun 1884, Whitby, 9d 304, age 0 [infant]

The above entry in the GRO Indexes strongly suggests that this infant John was the first child of the marriage of William BURNETT and Mary Jane McNAUGHTON, who married at Whitby in 1883. A later child of this couple was named John Mc Naughton BURNETT in 1889


343. Gertrude Elizabeth BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Gertrude Eliza, Sep 1885, Whitby, 9d 455

Although baptised in St. Michael's church, Whitby, the record shows that Gertrude was actually born in Newholm.

1891 census: Gertrude, aged 5yrs, was living with her parents in Newholm.

After her marriage to Arnold WENIGER, Gertrude probably moved to Sheffield, where her husband worked as a metallurgist. Her father died
in Sheffield in 1941 and was probably staying with Gertrude and Arnold at the time.


344. Philip Stanley BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, Philip Stanley, Mar 1887, Whitby, 9d 459

1891 census: Philip, aged 4yrs, was living with his parents in Newholm - birthplace given as Whitby.


Emma Jane HINDLE

1891 census returns show that Emma Jane was born at Hawsker and that her father Alfred was a coastguard who had previously been 'stationed' at Broadstairs in Kent - Emma's siblings were all born there. [RG12/3995, folio 131A, p6]

Emma's sister Alice was the great-grandmother of Julie BOAG - contact via "Genes Reunited" web site


345. John McNaughton BURNETT

GRO Index of Births: BURNETT, John McNaughton, Jun 1889, Whitby, 9d 485

1891 census: John, aged 2yrs, was living with his parents in Newholm - birthplace given as Newholm.