#12162, (23 October 1854-12 March 1923)
|Birth*||23 OCT 1854 ||Robert Matthews was born on 23 OCT 1854 at Shoreditch, London, EnglandG.2 |
|Baptism||17 DEC 1854 ||He was baptized on 17 DEC 1854 at St John the Baptist Church, Shoreditch, London, EnglandG.3 |
|Marriage*||13 JUL 1874 ||He married Emma Meekhams, daughter of Charles Meekhams and Phoebe Blinks, on 13 JUL 1874 at Trinity Church, Newington, London, EnglandG.4 |
|Employment*||30 MAR 1881 ||Robert Matthews was employed as Sawyer.5 |
|Residence*||30 MAR 1881 ||He and Emma Meekhams lived at B Buildings, 31N, Islington, London, EnglandG, together with Beatrice Mary Matthews and Lilian Matthews.5 |
|Employment||30 MAR 1901 ||Robert Matthews was employed as Machinist, woodworker.6 |
|Residence||30 MAR 1901 ||He and Emma Meekhams lived at 38 Thorpe Road, East Ham, Essex, EnglandG, together with Lilian Matthews, Edith Matthews, Jesse Matthews, May Matthews, Amy Matthews and Daisy Isobel Matthews.6 |
|Residence||2 APR 1911 ||Robert Matthews and Emma Meekhams lived at 441 Katherine Road, Forest Gate, Essex, EnglandG, together with Ernest Matthews, Daisy Isobel Matthews and Amy Matthews.7 |
|Death*||12 MAR 1923 ||Robert Matthews died on 12 MAR 1923 at Southwark, London, EnglandG, aged 68.8 |
- [S69] England & Wales Marriages 1538-1940, marriage; Emma Meekcoms & Robert Matthews, St Savior, Southwark, Jul-Sep 1874, vol 1d 45.
- [S17] BMD indices, birth, Shoreditch, London, Oct-Dec 1854, vol 1c 141.
- [S65] England & Wales Christenings, birth & bapt., Robert Matthews, parents Robert & Rachel, St John the Baptist, Shoreditch, fhl 590838-40.
- [S48] Parish Register, marriage; Emma Meekcoms, father Charles & Robert Matthews, father Robert, St Mary, Newington, no 313, p 157. Also St Savior, Jul-Sep 1874, vol 1d 45. & fhl 475302.
- [S21] Extracted from the 1881 census.
- [S35] Extracted from the 1901 census.
- [S68] The England & Wales 1911 census.
- [S78] England & Wales Death Index 1916-2005, death, age 69, Southwark, London, vol 1d 104.
- [S77] British Army records, Enlistment, 1908.
@ Michael Jefferies, 2016