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101 Alice Constable was born December 20, 1879 and was the eighth and last child of Henry and Jessie Lawrance Constable. She was born when the family was living at 26, Parkham Street, East Battersea, Surrey.

Alice was living at 41, First Street, Chelsea, London when she married Frank Brookman on July 3, 1900. Frank was a portrait artist and photographer. He was a widower with 4 children when he married Alice. He was 40 and she was 20.
In the 1950's Frank and Alice were living at 26 North End House, London, This was in the area of Fulham.

Alice and Frank had one daughter Cicely born in 1903. Aunt Doris and Cicely met and exchanged visits. Cicely visited Aunt Doris in British Columbia and gave her a reproduction of the "Haywain' by John Constable. Cicely and Vic had no Children. Cicely died Jan 20, 1981 in Bechenham, Kent.



Alice Constable and Frank Brookman
by Sylvia Shively,
141 Chestnut St.
Vacaville,CA 95688
April 6, 1988.

Dear Arlene,
I received your letter a few days ago and only wish I could be of help, but I can't! Alice Constable married Frank Brookman, a widower with 4 children, one of whom was my father, Charles. Alice was your grandfather's (Horace's) sister. Alice and Frank had one daughter- Cicely. I heard mention of Alice's 2 sisters, Jessie and Maude( I met her) and of Jessie's daughters, May and Doris- and Maude's daughter, Daphne. I think Jessie's married name was Brown- big help!!!
Cicely was my father's half sister and my favorite Aunt. I was also very fond of "Aunt Alice" (my step-grandmother); unfortunately her family was seldom discussed. My father once told me what a sweet "old" lady Granny Constable was- your great-grandmother- that's just about it, I'm afraid.
Al( my husband) and I were in England last Sept and spent a very happy day with Don and Kay Clowes. His address is:
39 Park Hill
Carshalton,
Surrey


Don is Vic Mountney's nephew. 
Alice CONSTABLE
 
102
Amy was the second daughter born to Horace and Amy Searle Constable. She was born after the family returned to London from Boston, Massachusetts. They were living at 9 Markham St, Chelsea North, London. I am assuming it was to be near George and Sarah Dougherty Searle, her grandparents.

The family immigrated a second time to Moncton, New Brunswick. Canada in 1902 when Amy was about 8 years old.
She attended Aberdeen School in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
Amy was 21 when she met and married Ernest Courtney Kirk.
He was a graduate of a Amhest College in Nova Scotia and was very musical.
He was not a good provider for his family, a wife and 2 daughters and they moved around alot.

They lived for a time in Alberta, Canada and then British Columbia.
Tragedy struck with the death of Margaret at the age of 20.

Amy and Ernest were divorced and she married a Peter Marchinek around 1945.


 
Amy Dagmar CONSTABLE
 
103 1901 census: Canterbury, Kent, England Ann CONSTABLE
 
104 Ansley CONSTABLE ROOKE has been found in the 1841 through 1891 census.
She died in Aug 1891 and Thomas died in 1897.
There is a Kate ****Rooke age 8 living with them in 1881-
there is a Kate ROOKE 18, in 1891 living with Thomas and his wife Mary - in Wales-
Kate Julia was the daughter of Mary Ann Ruth ROOKE  
Ansley CONSTABLE
 
105 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
106 Arthur was born 1972 in Battersea, Surrey according to census records, fourth son and sixth child of Henry and Jessie Lawrance Constable . I have been unable to locate Arthur's birth registration.
I have his marriage certificate to Audrey Z. Fleck in 1893 at which time Arthur states that his father was Henry, carpenter -deceased. Audrey and Arthur are in they are in 1901 census of London-
as are 2 of their children, Ethel and Dudley. - Arthur's occupation was a poultry buyer and provision dealer. In the 1901 census Arthur's age is listed as 39 rather than 29 - which is a census taker error - In 1920 he is listed as witness to his son, Dudley and Bertha Smith's marriage-He died 1933 of liver problems from heavy consumption of alcohol.

Jack Constable, from Moncton, NB Canada, visited Constables during the Second World War and went sailing with them. We have photos of Jack with Dudley, Bertha, Rene and Lawrence Constable in New Malden, Surrey in 1944.  
Arthur CONSTABLE
 
107 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
108 Bud was named for two doctors (one was named Burden and the other was Murdock) who were good friends of his parents. Bud enjoyed square dancing, round dancing and bridge, He generally enjoyed his family and a large contingent of friends.
 
Burden Murdock CONSTABLE
 
109 1871 # 2 Adurseral Mews Chelsea, Middlesex, England
Frederick, 44, H M Shoemaker, Brighton
Sarah,w M 43, laundress, Islington
Fred, son, 21, no occupation Islington
Sarah, dau, 20 laundress, Kensal Town
Maria, dau, 17 Laundress, Marylebone
William, son, 15, Scholar, "
James, son, 13, " "
Charlotte dau, 11 " "
Thomas, son 9, "
Charles, son 3, "

not found in 1881, 1891, 1901 as of 17 Jan 2007
 
Charles CONSTABLE
 
110 871 86 South Dunston, Mile End Old Town, Middlesex
Oscar H. Constable, H, M, 40, cordwainer, Brighton
Betty, 39,
Oscar H, son, 14, office boy
George S. son, 11, Office boy
Charles son, 5 Stephney, Middlesex
Frederick, son, 5 months, Stephney, Middlesex
Emily Sharp, 48, sister in law, tailoress
Marie Sharp 12,

Death for Oscar Henry CONSTABLE, 21 NOV 1877
age 46 Mile End Town, London


1881 Census: 77 Carr Street, London, Middlesex, England
Betsey CONSTABLE, Head, Wid, 50, Tailoress, Marylebone, Middlesex, England
George CONSTABLE, son U, 21, Dock Labourer, St. George,W, Middlesex, England
Charles CONSTABLE, son, 15, Wood Chopper, Stephney, Middlesex, England

!891 Census: 10 Cornwall Street, St. George East, London, Middlesex, England
Charles CONSTABLE, unmarried,, 25, is living with his widowed Mother , Betsey, 60
he is an Engineer's labourer.

1901 cenus -UK
Charles CONSTABLE 34, is married to Elizabeth FAUX, 25,

1902. -- Charles and Elizabeth have son, Charles CONSTABLE in Ontario, Canada--
1904 Oscar Henry, Ontario
1906 William, Ontario
1908 George, Ontario

1911 Census of Canada.
1920 Census of Michigan, USA
 
Charles CONSTABLE
 
111 Charles Constable

Charles was baptized, 1780 in the Lindfield Parish Church, Lindfield Sussex, England.
He was the first son Ann Pym and William Constable. Charles was their third child in this family of five children. His siblings were Fanny born 1775, Sarah born 1777, John born 1782 and William born 1785.

He was apprenticed to the Lindfield Paper mill see "references" below

Re: Paper Mills Lindfield
Date:
Thu, 29 Nov 2001 18:41:30 -0000
From:
"Eric Kilby"
Organization:
The Paper Federation of Great Britain

Lindfield Mill
1776: Thomas NEWLAND, paper maker, a deserter, was born at Lindfield. The
early proprietor or master paper maker is not known

1796: Frances PIM, paper maker, took an apprentice, Charles CONSTABLE. The
mill was in the hands of Frances PIM after 1800. In 1816 she was the
proprietor or master paper maker at this paper mill.

Head Weir Mill, Exeter, Devon
1798: Edward PIM was about to begin the business of a paper maker in Exeter
on his own account, and gave notice that John HILL, paper maker, had no
concern in the buildings lately erected by Edward PIM for paper making.
Edward PIM's new-erected paper mill began work. A partnership between Edward
PIM and John WILCOCKS the younger, paper makers, must have been short-lived.
It was dissolved in 1800. The mill was in the hands of Edward PIM after
1800. In 1803 he was a master paper maker at Exeter.

This paper mill was still working in 1957, under the firm of Head Weir Paper
Mills Ltd.

Higher Mill and Lower Mill, Countess Weir (2 mills), Devon
1798: The partnership between Joseph MACKENZIE, John PIM, Peter MACKENZIE
and Robert BROOKS, paper makers was dissolved. Only one reference to this
partnership has been found.

1798: A notice referred to Oxenham & Co., paper makers (late T CHORLOCK's).
In 1799 Thomas CHORLOCK, gentleman, of Exeter, insured the 2 paper mills;
the Higher Mill was in the tenure of Mr OXENHAM. Oxenham & Co. probably
consisted of Hugh OXENHAM and John PIM, who were paper manufacturers at
these mills in 1799. They were in possession of these mills after 1800. In
1803 Oxenham & Co. were master paper makers, and OXENHAM and PIM are
recorded in the same year. John PIM was a master paper maker in the Exeter
district at that time. In 1805 the 2 paper mills were insured by Hugh
OXENHAM, paper maker and mortgager, and Faith CHORLOCK, widow and mortgagee.

Bramshott Mill, Hampshire
1747: Richard PIM, paper maker, took an apprentice, Joyce VARNHAM

1758: Richard PIM, paper maker, insured the utensils and stock in his paper
mill

1760: Henry PIM, paper maker, insured the utensils and stock in his paper
mill. No change in the name of the master paper maker here is known up to
1800, but by that year, or shortly afterwards, Richard PIM held the mill. In
1801 Richard PIM, paper maker, insured the machinery and utensils in his
paper mill.


Charles CONSTABLE married Elizabeth Lloyd on Dec 14, 1802 in Lindfield, Sussex, England.
They had 8 children born between 1804 and 1826. All the children were baptized in the Lindfield Parish Church.
Their last child, Charles was born in Brighton, then known as Briglemlestone, but was taken back to their parish
in Lindfield to be baptized in 1826.

Charles, a paper maker, moved the family to Brighton about 1824. The Royals had discovered Brighton as a health resort and the Prince Regent was building the Royal Pavilion. There was probably more opportunities in Brighton for this large family.

Charles CONSTABLE was in the 1841 census in the workhouse and died in July 1841.
Our ancestor, Henry CONSTABLE b. in Lindfield , was the third child of Charles and Elizabeth Constable. His siblings were Faith, George, Elizabeth, Edward, William, Charity and Charles. 
Charles CONSTABLE
 
112 Charles was bapised in Lindfield but born in Brigthon. His mother died when he was about a year old.
In the 1841 census of Islington, Middlesess there is a Charles age 15 living with his brother-
Charles was an apprentice cordwainer and not born in this county- looks like a good match- but no proof.
Charles CONSTABLE: found on 1851 census for Brighton, living on same street as Henry & Isabella Constable and the Penfold and Foord families-
He was a lodger, waiter , living at Frederick Place
1851 census HO 107-1645 page 745
LDS # 193550

there is also a Charles age 22, in the 1851 who is a private in the army in Christchurch-
born in Brighton-  
Charles CONSTABLE
 
113 1861 Fredrick and Sarah are at #4 Pikes Cottage, Chelsea, Kensal Town
Frederick 33, M, shoemaker - Brighton
Sarah, 32, Wife, Laundress, Islington
Frederick, 11, Paddington
Sarah 10, Chelsea
Maria 7, Marylebone, Middlesex
William 5, Chelsea, Middlesex
James, 4, " "
Charlotte 2, " "
also living with them is Ann Collins Neice, un, 17 born Paddington,Middlesex

1871 # 2 Adurseral Mews Chelsea, Middlesex, England
Frederick, 44, H M Shoemaker, Brighton
Sarah,w M 43, laundress, Islington
Fred, son, 21, no occupation Islington
Sarah, dau, 20 laundress, Kensal Town
Maria, dau, 17 Laundress, Marylebone
William, son, 15, Scholar, "
James, son, 13, " "
Charlotte dau, 11 " "
Thomas, son 9, "
Charles, son 3, "

Possible death: 01 1877 Kensington, 1a, 41

not found in 1881, 1891, 1901 as of 17 Jan 2007
 
Charlotte CONSTABLE
 
114 Charlotte not found in the 1851 census:
Census 1861: Broughton Blean, Kent, England
Census 1871: Broughton Blean, Kent, England
Census 1881: 3 Laudseer terrace, Kensington Town, Kensington, London, England.
Census 1891: Kensington, London, England
Census 1901 2A Edenboro Road, Kensington, London,England 
Charlotte Amelia CONSTABLE
 
115 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
116 Cyril was raised by his grandfather, Luther CONSTABLE- Cyril George CONSTABLE
 
117 Donald Stewart Constable:
Donald was the first son of Arthur and Dorothy Wright Constable. Donald's mother died when he was 13 months old and his brother, Harold was 2 weeks old. Donald was then taken in by his grandparents, Amy and Horace Constable and he lived with them until he was about 4 years old. Harold, as an infant was adopted by the Marsh family in Boston.

Donald enjoyed a very loving and happy life with his grandparents, but was reunited with his father and step-mother Gladys. Arthur and Gladys had 2 sons , Arthur, Jr. and Frederick and then they adopted Joseph and Carmel.

Donald immigrated to the US when he was about 15 and lived with his Uncle George Constable who owned a chicken farm. "Eddie" needed more help to run his growing chicken business and so he hired his nephew Donald to help out along with " Butch"- George Edward II, another nephew.

Soon, World War II started and Donald enlisted in the US Army. He served with General Patten in the 745th Tank Battalion, Company "3". Tec 4 Constable saw much action in France, Belgium and Germany. He met Christine Gibbs, who was in the Royal Forces in London, England. She came to US after the war to marry Donald, but they divorced.

Donald married Vivian Hardy and they had a lovely family of 3 sons and 1 daughter. Donald continued to work for his uncle in the poultry business in Unity, Maine becoming a grower and plant manager of Constable Hatcheries, Inc. The hatcheries were sold during the later part of 1958 and Donald went on to work for Penobscot Poultry Co. in Belfast, Maine until his stroke.
Donald had a stroke at a very early age and was handicapped the rest of his life. He was very unhappy with his limitations after his stroke and full recovery was never realized. He died at the age of 60.  
Donald Stewart CONSTABLE
 
118 Doris was 25 years old when she married Harold Edgar Dunning, a 2nd Lt. East Kents Yeomanry and schoolmaster. She listed Harry as her father and he was deceased in 1917. Cora Constable and M. Dunning were witnesses-


On her death certificate Doris was a Music teacher - retired - living at 56 Denzil Avenue, Southampton, Hampshire.
 
Doris CONSTABLE
 
119 Doris Lorraine Constable was the last born child of Horace and Amy Searle Constable. By the time Doris was born the older children were married. Doris went to live with her sister, Bea and Percy Maxim in Boston and graduated from High School in the Boston area. She carried the US flag during her graduation even though she was a Canadian.

Doris was a very beautiful young woman who was an excellent swimmer.
She was in many swimming exhibitions all over the country and was a stand-in for Esther Williams. Doris also skated and skied, played tennis and golf. She bowled both 10 and 5 pins and has pins for 300 (over) and pins for 200 (over). There was a write up in the local newspaper paper for Golf " hole in one" and longest drive with a #2 iron. Her name is on a cup for golf at the Golf Club in Vancouver, BC.

Doris married Donald Johnston, who was taken under the wing of a lumber baron in BC. He had a very successful lumber company.

Doris and Don did sports together and traveled to England and Australia as well as many other countries. They spent their winters in Maui.
Don gave lumber to Bea and her husband, Charles. He built a 2 bedroom place on Bowen Island. Charles was caretaker for Don and Doris at this place.




 
Doris Lorraine CONSTABLE
 
120 Dudley Henry CONSTABLE, age 22, Batchelor and master Tailor, son of Arthur CONSTABLE, a poultry buyer married Bertha Smith, age 24, Spinster, on Feb 18, 1920 -her father was Thomas William Smith, deceased, Butcher (master)
at the Roman Catholic Chapel Vineyard Richmond, Surrey by licence -
witnesses of the marriage were Arthur Constable and Elise Coumeig.
Dudley, was a Corporal in the Army in WW1-he served in France, The Sommes, and Cypres. in the 6th Middlesex and then the Queens Regiment.

Dudley stated on the birth resgistration of Laurence Owen Constable, 1920, that he was a tailor, Master and Ex Army

Dudley paid for his fathers burial in a paupers grave in Brighton, even though he could have had a proper burial place.

On Dudley's death certificate, Francis COOK son- in- law was present. 1968 
Dudley Henry CONSTABLE
 
121 1881 census:
20 Broad Street, Canterbury, Kent, England
Edward CONSTABLE, head, mar, 23, Shoemaker,Canterbury, Kent, England
Mary Ann, wife, 21, Canterbury, Kent, England
Ann CONSTABLE,dau, 2 months, Canterbury, Kent, England

BMD lists a death for Edward CONSTABLE age 26, 03,1885

Census 1861
Census 1871 Canterbury, Kent, England
occupation; cotton weaver
 
Edward CONSTABLE
 
122 A widow in the 1901 at the age of 84

Information on the descendants of Eliza CONSTABLE and George POSTE
gathered from census records, John Baker, Jean Wood and Ronnie Houston 
Eliza CONSTABLE
 
123 - a marriage was found for a James BEVES and Elizabeth CONSTABLE in the SFHG marriage index- for 1830 -
Also on the IGI a marriage has been found in Brighton, St. Nicholas Church for Eliabeth CONSTABLE and James BEVES, IGI source M147935.
Aug 1, 1830

In 1844 James BEVES and Elizabeth BEVES are witness to George CONSTABLE and Merab RYAN's marriage-

They are in the 1841, 1851 1861 and 1871 census-
James is not with the family in some of the census records-

Name: Elizabeth Beves
Birth Date: abt 1815
Year of Registration: 1881
Quarter of Registration: Apr-May-Jun
Age at death: 66
District: Brighton
County: Sussex, East Sussex
Volume: 2b
Page: 118
This certificate states that she was the wife of James BEVES- copy on file. 
Elizabeth CONSTABLE
 
124 Cause of death at age 27 was "influenza, Asthemia"
Source: Death certificate. 
Elizabeth CONSTABLE
 
125
John Baker and his famliy were staying with Elizabeth aka Aunt Clare on holiday when she collapsed and died almost immediately. Aunt Clare lived with her niece, Evelyn Clare Clarke ( nee Hollands) at 114 High Street, Lewes for many years-
A spinster, she enjoyed her walks down Rotten Row where she used to sit for awhile. 
Elizabeth Clare CONSTABLE
 
126 Emily Maria CONSTABLE in the 1891 and in the 1901 census living at Southam Street, Kensington, London, England, with her family Emily Maria CONSTABLE
 
127 Ernest James CONSTABLE was visiting his brother John Thomas CONSTABLE in Croydon, Surrey in the 1881 census- Sarah Ann ELPHICK was a servant in the area- both were from Barcombe, Sussex-
They married in the fall of 1881 in Camberwell, Surrey.

Name: Ernest James Constable
Year of Registration: 1881
Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec
District: Camberwell (1837-1919)
County: London, Surrey
Volume: 1d
Page: 1299

Name: Ernest James Constable
Birth Date: abt 1855
Year of Registration: 1895
Quarter of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar
Age at death: 40
District: Lewes
County: Sussex, East Sussex
Volume: 2b
Page: 149
 
Ernest James CONSTABLE
 
128 In the 1901 Ernest CONSTABLE is a Bank Clerk - single at 24 living with his mother Ellen a widow- in Hertsfordshire- Ernest James CONSTABLE
 
129 Name: Ethel C Constable
Year of Registration: 1913
Quarter of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar
Spouse's Surname: Beal
District: Newhaven (1901-35)
County: Sussex
Volume: 2b
Page: 343  
Ethel Constance CONSTABLE
 
130 Fred CONSTABLE in the 1901 living at 155 Southam Street, Kensington, Middlesex, England.
with his family
 
Fred CONSTABLE
 
131 1871 86 South Dunston, Mile End Old Town, Middlesex
Oscar H. Constable, H, M, 40, cordwainer, Brighton
Betty, 39,
Oscar H, son, 14, office boy
George S. son, 11, Office boy
Charles son, 5 Stephney, Middlesex
Frederick, son, 5 months, Stephney, Middlesex
Emily Sharp, 48, sister in law, tailoress
Marie Sharp 12,

Frederic CONSTABLE, age 9 died,19 July 1880
9 year old son of Oscar Henry Constable, shoe maker, deceased. Informant was his brother, George Sharp Constable, his mark, X,
cause of death scarlatina Maligna (supressed 3 days) menningitis and convulsions, 24 hours-
77 Carr Street, Limehouse, Stepheny, Middlesex, England 
Frederic CONSTABLE
 
132 Frederick was an unnamed infant in the 1891 as he was 7 weeks old on census day-
in 1901 he is Frederick G. CONSTABLE 
Frederick George CONSTABLE
 
133 Christened 28 Dec 1827 St. Nicholas Church, Brighton, Sussex: parents Maria and George CONSTABLE
Source FHL film 1067108 1828-1838

1841 Census
Frederick CONSTABLE,age 14, head of house, unreadable apprentice, Holmwood Road, Dorking, Surrey.

1851 Census:
Frederick CONSTABLE; Married, Head, age 23. Shoemaker, Brighton, Sussex
Sarah, wife, 22, Islington, Middlesex
Frederick, son, 1, Paddington, Middlesex
Sarah, dau, 5 months, Chelsea, Middlesex

1861 Census:
4 Pikes cottage, Chelsea, Kensel Town
Frederick CONSTABLE, 33, Shoemaker, Brighton, Sussex
Sarah, wife, 32. Laundress, Islington, Middlesex
Frederick,son, 11, Paddington, Middlesex
Sarah, 10, Chelsea, Middlesex
Maria, 7, Marylebone, Middlesex,
William, 5, Chelsea, Middlesex
James, 4, Chelsea, Middlesex
Charlotte, 2, Chelsea, Middlesex
also living with them is Ann COLLINS , neice, unmarried, 17, b. Paddington

1871 Census: 2 Asburnam Mews, Chelsea, Middlesex
Frederick, H, M, 44, Shoemaker. Brighton, Sussex
Sarah, W,M, 43, Laundress, Islington, Middlesex
Fred, son, 21, no occupation,Islington, Middlesex
Sarah, dau,20, Laundress, Kensal Town. Middlesex
Maria, dau, 17 Laundress, Marylebone, Middlesex
William, son, 15, scholar,Marylebone, Middlesex
James, son, 13, scholar, Chelsea, Middlesex
Charlotte, dau, 11, Scholar, Chelsea, Middlesex
Thomas, son, 9, Scholar, Kensal Town, Middlesex
Charles, son, 3, Kensal Town, Middlesex.

not found in 1881, 1891,1901 as of Jan 2007
there is a death registration for Frederick James CONSTABLE, 01-1887, Fulham, 1a, 205
which fits his birth -
Fredreick's occupation was Shoemaker 
Frederick James CONSTABLE
 
134 1851 Census: Frederick, married, head of house, age 23, shoemaker,born Brighton, Sussex, England
Sarah, wife, 22, born Islington, Middlesex
Frederick, age 1, born in Paddington, Middlesex
Sarah, 5 months born in Chelsea, Middlesex

1861 Fredrick and Sarah are at #4 Pikes Cottage, Chelsea, Kensal Town
Frederick 33, M, shoemaker - Brighton
Sarah, 32, Wife, Laundress, Islington
Frederick, 11, Paddington
Sarah 10, Chelsea
Maria 7, Marylebone, Middlesex
William 5, Chelsea, Middlesex
James, 4, " "
Charlotte 2, " "
also living with them is Ann Collins Neice, un, 17 born Paddington,Middlesex

1871 # 2 Adurseral Mews Chelsea, Middlesex, England
Frederick, 44, H M Shoemaker, Brighton
Sarah,w M 43, laundress, Islington
Fred, son, 21, no occupation Islington
Sarah, dau, 20 laundress, Kensal Town
Maria, dau, 17 Laundress, Marylebone
William, son, 15, Scholar, "
James, son, 13, " "
Charlotte dau, 11 " "
Thomas, son 9, "
Charles, son 3, "

1881 cenus:12 Kensal Road, Chelsea,
Frederick, 31, Labourer, Marylebone.
Harriet, 29, wife, Chelsea
James CONSTABLE,24, Un, Brother, labourer, Chelsea
Thomas CONSTABLE, 21, Unm Brother, Pot Man, Chelsea.

1891 Census 18 Bosworth Road, Kensington, London,
Frederick CONSTABLE, head, M, 41, labourer, Marylebone, London.
Harriett , wife, 39, laundress, Kensal Town, London

1901 Census: Bosworth, Road, Kensington, London
Frederick CONSTABLE , head, Mar, 51, General Labourer, Marylebone, London
Harriett wife, Mar, 49, Ironer, wash woman. Chelsea, London

It appears that Fredeick and Harriet CONSTABLE had no children.



 
Frederick William CONSTABLE
 
135 Frederick William Constable:


Fred loved the outdoors and ventured to Manitoba to trap and mine when he was in his teens.
After his brother, Eddie, was discharged from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 1919,
he joined Fred in Flin Flon and they trapped and worked the mines.

In the summer they would canoe the water ways to patrol the area as they were fire wardens for the government. In the winter, they would use their dog teams to patrol the Fire and trap lines.

They trapped animals all winter and sold the hides for money and then would fish all summer.

Fred married Evelyn Brydges in 1926. Evelyn's brother was an experienced dog sledder and they started breeding their own special breed of dogs to run faster and better on the snow.

Fred and Evelyn owned a piece of property in Cranberry Portage, Manitoba and Fred
became a hunting and fishing guide. They enlarged their place and tourists came from all over the country to fish.

Their only child, Ivale was born in 1934.

Fred won 1952 Chevrolet auto for catching the largest trout in a fishing derby-
he had never driven a car and so he learned!!
When they weren't running their tourist lodge, Fred worked in Flin Flon as a
construction and welding person, building large buildings and welding large girders in place.

Ivale and her children continue to run Lakeside Lodge, Cranberry Portage, Manitoba, Canada.
 
Frederick William CONSTABLE
 
136 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
137 Cause of death from death certificate. Senile decay.
George was a master shoe maker. 
George CONSTABLE
 
138 George Constable, journeyman cordwainer, has been found in the 1841 census of Islington, Middlesex - he is of the correct age - not born in this county and with him are 2 children , Henry age 9 (b 1832) and Horatia sp. born 1834, and then a Charles age 15, cordwainer apprentice.
This appears to be the correct George and the Charles would fit as his younger brother. George could have taken Chalres into his home when their mother died in 1926..George's wife was not with them in the 1841 census.

The Sussex Marriage Index for George CONSTABLE and Maria MUDDEL, 15 Aug 1827
St Nicholas Brighton Sussex.


there is a birth in the IGI of a Rhoda CONSTABLE , born 2 Feb 1830 - parents George and Maria CONSTABLE=
also, with same parents: Frederick James,1827: Oscar Henry, 1832; Horatio George, 1836;- all christened at St, Nicholas, Brighton, FHL Film 1087108 1827-1836

John Ryan, half brohter,age 16 is living with Oscar and Horatio (Horace) in the 1851 census-
also a Charles or Charlotte, half brother- or sister - seems to be a mixed up entry. the John Ryan is more likely a brother to Merab rather than a son of hers --

George married Merab Ryan Sept 29, 1844 St Pancras Church, St.Pancras, Middlesex, England
witnesses were James Beves and Elizabeth Beves, his sister and brother in law.

George CONSTABLE born 1806 has not found in the 1851 census

1861 Census Broughton Blean, Kent,
George 54, master bootmaker, employing one man and one boy, Lindfield,Sussex.
Merab, 40, London
Charlotte, 15, London

1871 Census; Broughton Street, Broughton Blean, Kent, Sussex
Geroge, 61 , shoemaker employing one man.
Merab, 50,

1881 census: Geoge CONSTABLE , 72, in Kent, shoemaker
Merab Constable, wife, 63,
and 2 Rickard grandchildren with them.


 
George CONSTABLE
 
139 Stephen Green listed as father in law was living with them in 1901 and was 73 -
It appears that George and Ann had no children.
JMB 
George CONSTABLE
 
140
George was called Bill and was born at 49 Waterloo Street, Moncton, New Brunswick. Canada
He lived with his Aunt Bea ( Maud Beatrice Constable) from infancy unitl he was about 9 years old.
Bill served in the Canadian Army during WW II and was stationed in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
He worked for the New Brunswick Liquor Commission, Fredericton.
He died of a heart attack enroute work on Feb 21, 1967.
Bill enjoyed fishing, hunting, family and friends. 
George Arthur CONSTABLE
 
141
On George's birth certificate his mother is listed as Hannah Ruth Constable- he was 4 years old when Edwin and Elizabeth were married- maybe a relatives son that they "adopted"
 
George E. CONSTABLE
 
142 George Edward Constable:

George was the first of the Constable children to be born in Canada. He grew up in a household full of brothers and sisters and a very loving mother. His father, Horace worked for the CNR ( Canadian National Railroad ) as a brakeman and as a bridge inspector and was gone much of the time. "Eddie" loved to fish. When Eddie and Fred where in about Fourth and Third grade their teacher called at the home and asked about the health of the 2 boys, as they had not been in school for weeks- but their mother had been sending them everyday. Apparently they went fishing every day instead of going to school.

Eddie decided to quit school when he was in 5th grade because of the long bus ride to a consolidated school in Nova Scotia near Greenville, and Sunny Brea. I do not know what he did for those years before he was 15, except to hunt and fish and help earn money for the family as best as he could.

At the age of 15 he lied about his age and joined the Royal North-West Mounted Police from Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada on June 13, 1919 saying he was already seventeen. After basic training at Regina, Saskatchewan he was posted to "E" division at Vancouver, his Regimental Number was 7926. He told me that his job was drug enforcement because many Chinese ships docked in Vancouver and they smuggled opium into Canada and into the United States. He left the force sometime after 1922.

He then went to The Pas, near Flin Flon, Manitoba and joined his brother,Fred, in working for the civil service commission of Canada- he had a seasonal appointment in the Interior Department as a Fire Ranger in the summer and they trapped in the winter, selling the hides so that they would have enough money to live on. He and Fred had dog teams and bred and trained these dogs. Around 1927 Eddie went to NH to help breed and train dogs for someone and was hired to race the team. Eddie did not have enough money to get back to Canada and just enough for a stamp to write home and tell them he had to stay until he got enough money to get home. He never went back to live in Canada.

He stayed, getting a job in Boston as a car salesman for the Fuller Family Cadillac dealership. Later becoming a chauffeur when Mr.Fuller became Governor of Massachusetts. Gov. Fuller had a residence in Massachusetts and also a retreat at Rye Beach, NH. It was on one of the trips for Gov. Fuller that Eddie met his bride to be. He was returning Minnie Lang to her residence at 13 Windsor Road, Somerville, Massachusetts from a function at the Fullers- and he saw this lovely lady walking up the front steps and noticed that she had beautiful legs!!! and he asked who that lovely thing was and Minnie introduced him to her daughter , Florine Lang.

They were married on Sept 20, 1930 and Florine worked as a $17.00 a week secretary for the SSPiece Co. in Boston, Massachusetts. Eddie continued to work for Gov. Fuller- spending time between Massachusetts and N
Around 1932 they decided to buy a farm in Unity, Maine-- they would drive Route 9 on their way to Canada to visit Eddies family and found a farm for sale. Eddie left his job with Gov. Fuller and moved to Maine , Florine stayed in Boston and worked so that they would have income. She moved to Maine in Spring of 1933.

The farm that they bought had been a chicken farm and in cleaning up the place Eddie found an old incubator. Being very mechanical he fixed it up and bought some eggs form a framer, a Mr. Mitchell and hatched his first batch of chickens. He also bought some breeder stock from Sears and Roebuck and had them mailed to him in Unity. Florine continued to send him weekly funds of about 3 to 5 dollars a week to buy food and supplies. He would write to her for seeds and to check on how to do things in the nearby Boston Library. That is how they started out in the chicken business.

When Florine moved to Maine in Spring of 1933 she opened a coffee shop and they had a little gas station by the side of the road. They were just half way on the main route between Augusta and Bangor and it was an ideal place to stop for gas and goodies. This little extra income helped the farm and made conditions better for them. Florine continued to run the coffee shop until Oct. 1934 when she had her first child, Robert Norman Constable. After the coffee shop was closed , Eddie turned it into a chicken coop! and the business continued to grow.

His nephew, Butch, (George Edward II) came to live with him about 1940 and help out. A few years later another nephew, Donald joined them. Soon, the two nephews had to leave to fight in World War II. Eddie was in the Maine State Guard, but was granted an Honorable Discharge from CO."D" 3rd Bn. 1st Regt Inf on Dec 24, 1945 because of business interference.

The poultry business continued to grow and after the war the two nephews came back and continued to work for the growing Constable Hatchery. A second farm was purchased and the hatching increased. The family moved to the farm on Quaker Hill Road and Butch moved into the old farm by Bither Brook. Don, built a home and chicken barn on the Albion Road on a piece of property that Eddie gave him.

By 1950, the hatchery was delivering over a million baby chicks to local growers.
The Portland Canning Factory in Unity was bought by Constable, Inc in 1950's and the production of chickens grew in Waldo County. It was the poultry capital of the state and New England. The poultry business was sold in 1958 as Eddie never gave up his love for fishing .
They began to spend winters in Marathon, Florida and summers at their camp in Unity, Maine In 1965, the Constables donated the farm land on Quaker Hill to what is now known as Unity College.
 
George Edward CONSTABLE
 
143 1861 Census #10 Govenor Mews, St. George Hanover Square, Westminster, Middlesex, England
Oscar H. Constable , 35, H, M Shoemaker, Brighton
Betsy, 36, Marylebone, Middlesex
Oscar H. son 4, St. George Hanover, Square, Middlesex
George, son age 1,St. George Hanover, Square, Middlesex

also in household is Emily SHARP, sister, widow, shoe binder, St. George Hanover, Square, Middlesex
Maria Sharp Neice 3, St. George Hanover, Square, Middlesex
Sarah Sharp, Neice, 11, St. George Hanover, Square, Middlesex

1871 86 South Dunston, Mile End Old Town, Middlesex
Oscar H. Constable, H, M, 40, cordwainer, Brighton
Betty, 39,
Oscar H, son, 14, office boy
George S. son, 11, Office boy
Charles son, 5 Stephney, Middlesex
Frederick, son, 5 months, Stephney, Middlesex
Emily Sharp, 48, sister in law, tailoress
Marie Sharp 12,

Death for Oscar Henry CONSTABLE
age 46 Mile End Town, London Middlesex,04 1877, 1c 304

1881 Census: 77 Carr Street, London, Middlesex, England
Betsey CONSTABLE, Head, Wid, 50, Tailoress, Marylebone, Middlesex, England
George CONSTABLE, son U, 21, Dock Labourer, St. George,W, Middlesex, England
Charles CONSTABLE, son, 15, Wood Chopper, Stephney, Middlesex, England.

George Sharpe Constable;age 22, died 12 Aug 1882 of Small Pox. Vaccination uncertain. Fever Hosptial, Homerton, Hackney- He was a Porter, 455 Rhodeswell Street, Limehouse. Hackney, Englnad
03.1882, Hackney, 1b, 293 
George Sharpe. CONSTABLE
 
144 Harry Constable was the first of eight children born to Jessie and Henry Constable. He was born in Brighton, Sussex. He is found in the census records of 1871 and 1881 as Henry.
Harry was an a draughtsman (Artz) in 1881. He was 21 and still living at home with the rest of the family according to the census.

He was listed as the next of kin on his brother, John's, Attestation papers for WW1, in Oct 1915 from South Africa. Apparently, John did not know that his brother,Harry had died in 1909.
Harry is listed as attached to the Surveyor Generals Dept., in Southampton, England.
He married Jane Scott, who was a piano teacher- they had two daughters, Cora and Doris.
while living at Cora Villa, Denzil Place, Southampton. The home was occupied until 1975 by Constables.

1901 Census; 
Harry CONSTABLE
 
145 1891 Census Thomas Hart Constable
1901 Census Hart T. Constable 
Hart Thomas CONSTABLE
 
146 Thomas Hart CONSTABLE in the 1891, Southam Road, Kensington, Middlesex
Hart T. Constable in the 1901 living at 155 Southam Street, Kensington, Middlesex, England.
with his family
 
Hart Thomas CONSTABLE
 
147 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
148 Helen Constable was the first child of Horace and Hazel Crossman Constable. She born in Moncton, New Brunswick Canada. She enjoyed sewing and was an excellent seamstress. She worked in her home doing alterations and tailoring. She also loved to knit and crochet. In retirement, Helen and Watson enjoyed traveling and spent their winters in Florida Helen Beatrice CONSTABLE
 
149

Henry is buried in a stained grave along with the remains of his first wife, Elizabeth. The service was conducted by Pastor J. Turner of Five Ash Down. Source East Sussex News 17 March 1933.

Henry married his second wife, Amelia on 16 April 1912 and at the time of marriage. Residence was 22 Clive Road, Belvedere, Erith, Sussex. Henry's occupation was described as a builder, masater as was his father John.
The family by Henry's first wife Elizabeth was not pleased by this marriage.


notes from John Max Baker 
Henry CONSTABLE
 
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Henry CONSTABLE

Henry Constable was born in Lindfield, Sussex, England in 1810. There were two families of Constables in Lindfield during these years, both had a son named Henry born in 1810. This was a very confusing issue as I was not certain which Henry to claim as our ancestor. The clue came with the baptism of the last child of Elizabeth and Charles Constable. He was born in Brighton according to the parish transcripts. This was proof enough for me that the family had moved and Elizabeth and Charles were our Henry's parents.
The other family of Constables remained in Lindfield and descendants of this family live there today. They were brick makers and our Constable was a paper maker.

Henry was living in the parish of Preston, about 3 miles from the city of Brighton and near Patcham. He married Isabella Penfold whose family was living at the vicarage in Patcham. Isabella's father was a wheel wright and she was one of 10 children.
In the 1841 census Henry age 3, Isabella, age 30 and Henry Alexander, age 4 were in Middlesex,Marylebone, Holborn Division, and Herny was a confectioner.Not born in this County.
In the 1851 census, they were back in Brighton. They were living at 22, Queens Gardens on census day. Living on the same street was a Charles, occupation, waiter. It seems possible that this could be Henry's brother Charles born 1826, but no proof of this. The census enumerator had crossed a mark over the age and I could not tell how old Charels was to verify that this was the brother.
Also, listed in the 1851 census was Philadelphia Penfold. an aunt. This led me to search for Isabella Penfold and thus I was able to find the marriage of Henry and Isabella in the Patcham Parish transcripts.
Henry and Isabella had one son Henry Alexander Constable. He was baptized at All Saints Church, Patcham Sept. 18, 1836.

Henry Constable died 19 Feb. 1870, age 59 and a cook and confectioner's foreman. His cause of death: Disease of the lungs. Phthisis, 4 months. He was living at 40 Surrey Street, Brighton , John Penfold.notified the coroner, he is more than likely the brother of Isabella Penfold CONSTABLE
August 2005- Henry and Isabella are buried in R 50 in the Woodvale cemetery, Brighton, Sussex, England- no headstone is recorded as being placed on the plot.

1851 Census:
22 Queens Gardens, PRO ref, HO107/1645 folio 745
Henry Constable,h,m,40 Professed Cook, Lindfield
Isabella Constable,w,m,34,Patcham
Henry A.Constable,s,14,Confectioners Apprentice,Brighton
Philadelphia Penfold, aunt,u,20,Dress Maker, Patcham
John A Stevenson,lodger,u,23,Shoe Shopman,London, MDX 
Henry CONSTABLE
 

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