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151 Henry is unmarried in all the census untl the 1871 and he has a wife Jane-
Jane died in 1876 and he married Mary Elizabeth Marchant - a widow-
Henry died in Feb 1881 and Mary is living from income of houses-
she is living in 1901 in CREEPER COTTAGE, Barcombe- with her are 2 grand daughters
from her marrige to MARCHANT-
It is assumed that Henry had no children since he and Jane were in their 50's when married- 
Henry CONSTABLE
 
152 Henry Alexander Constable was the only child of Isabelle and Henry Constable.
They were living in Brighton when Henry was a born, but he was baptized in the parish church in Patcham, Sussex, England.
In the 1851 census the family was living at 22, Queens Gardens, Brighton. Herny was a 14 year old apprentice confectioner.

Henry A. married Jessie Lawrance in the St. Nicholas Parish Church, Brighton, Sussex after banns in 1858. It appears that he changed his trade from confectioner to carpenter.
Jessie was from Stepney, Ratcliff, London and her father , John Lawrence, was a turner.
Jessie and Henry probably met because of Henry being in a similar trade as her father.
and this could be how Henry met a girl from London.

In the 1861, census they were living at 42, Red Cross Street, Brighton with Heny's parents and a one year old son. Henry's occupation is still a carpenter. They had 2 sons, Harry ( Henry) and John while living in Brighton, Sussex. By 1865, they were living in Middlesex and Jessie, their first daughter was born in Chelsea. I am assuming they were living near Jessie's parents, Mary and John Lawrance of Marylebone, Middlesex, England.

It was Victorian times in London and the city was growing and developing. The skills of carpenters were in demand. The family continued to grow and they continued to move. They moved south across the Thames to Wandsworth and Battersea, Surrey. Horace, Arthur, Maud and Alice were born in Surrey. 20 years from the birth of Harry in September 1859 to the eighth child, Alice, born in December 1879.

Henry Constable died 21 Feb. 1883 in the River Thames, Battersea suicide by drowning and unsound mind. A corners inquest was held 24 Feb. 1883 and the death was registered 28 Feb 1883.

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 Alexander CONSTABLE
 
153
Arthur was born in Battersea, Surrey, England the second son and fourth child of Horace and Amy Searle Constable. He immigrated to Canada in 1900 with his parents and 4 siblings.

He married Dorothy Wright, a cousin to Hazel Crossman( m. to Horace Constable) and Hester Crossman (m. to John Constable). They had two sons, Donald Stewart and Harold Leonard. Dorothy died about 2 weeks after Harold was born and Arthur was left with 2 babies under the age of 14 months. Donald was sent to live with his grandparents, Horace and Amy Constable, who kept him until he was about four years old.

Harold,as an infant, was adopted by the Marsh family of Boston, Massachusetts. The Jordan and Marsh families were in Moncton during 1920's as they donated their summer residence to become the Jordan Home, a TB sanatorium which continues, today, as a medical facility.

Donald returned to live with his father and step mother, Gladys, who gave him two brothers, Arthur and Frederick . Later, they adopted Joseph and Carmel.

Arthur was a mechanist and worked in the shops for the Canadian National Railroad in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.
He was very tall and lean, with dark curly hair and brown eyes.
Art had a great sense of humor and loved to eat oysters, especially fresh from the bay.

He suffered all his life from asthma and very weak lungs.
Arthur was a twin- the twin died at birth. There is no record of this in the PRO civil registration.
 
Henry Arthur CONSTABLE
 
154

Horace was the third son and fourth child of Henry and Jessie Lawrance Constable. They had moved the family across the Thames River to 7 Ingrave Street, Battersea, Surrey.

Horace became a stone mason while living in the London area. He met Amy Searle whose father was also in the building trade. Geoge Searle was a Slater ( roofer). It is possible that they met because they worked in the same trade. Building was a booming in the Victorian Times, as houses were being built and London was a growing city.

Amy Searle was living in a nice neighbor hood of Chelsea when she met Horace - she had 5 or 6 siblings. Horace and Amy were married in the Parish Church, Isleworth in the County of Middlesex England, Sept 23, 1889 according to the rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns in the presence of John Arthur Knapp and Amy Elizabeth Martin. Horace was a Stonemason (journeyman) according to his marriage records.

Soon after their marriage they immigrated to Boston, Mass and were living at 53 Pitts Street, Boston, MA. when Maud, their first child was born. They then went back to London, England and Horace worked as a mason. They became the parents of four more children while living in England; Amy, Horace, Arthur and John.

The family of Horace is in the 1901 census of London-
Sometime after May 1901, they immigrated for a second time, but this time to Canada. I wonder what the crossing of the Atlantic Ocean on a steamship was like for this family of 5 children whose ages were 10, 8, 6, 4 and 1 years old. - and no throw away diapers!!

They had three more children born in Moncton,New Brunswick. Canada, George, Frederick and Doris.

Horace worked for the Canadian National Railways in the Bridge Building Dept.. and was an Inspector. He loved to travel, play cards and his afternoon "spot of tea, mate"- when not feeling well he would complain of having the "bloody 'ump"
He walked with a cane and limp after an accident when he jumped off a train in Nova Scotia on which he was not suppose to be riding on, let alone jump off!

This is a copy of a story from page 10 of "Our Heritage" from the Irish Town Mac Dougal Scotch Settlement in New Brunswick Canada.
" A Sam Teed of the area and was an animal doctor of the area and attended the sick animals. Some said he poured the same concoction into all sick animals regardless of their type or condition. However, he had fair success, and his skills were not always confined to animals. When Edgar Stuart, son of the widow mentioned earlier, almost completely severed two of his toes with an axe, Sam stitched them back on with complete success. Also, when a couple of English families, Constables and Corbin, who lived in the Mill Boarding house, went "shooting Hares" (rabbits) and one accidently blasted a charge of bird shot into the other's legs, Sam assisted by Mr. Walker, successfully removed the shots, and treated the victim."
The victim referred to in this story was Horace Constable. We are not sure if this is why he limped or if it was the jump from the train.. His pension from the railroad was less than $25.00 per month.

Horace died in British Columbia and is buried in Moncton, New Brunswick. Canada with his wife Amy.




 
Horace CONSTABLE
 
155 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
156
Horace was the first son of Horace and Amy Searle Constable. They were living at 59 Peterborough Road, Fulham, London when his was born. He attended schools in the Battersea area.

The family immigrated and they arrived in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada in 1900. They were on a steam ship as he remembered the sound when they would blast out the steam . He would become afraid and hold his brother, Arthur's hand. It was a long journey. They spent the first night in the hotel at Norton , New Brunswick, Canada before continuing to Moncton by train.

Horace married Hazel Crossman and they lived at 49 Waterloo Street, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada where their nine children were born. He worked for 48 years for Canadian National Railways, retiring as General Foreman of CNR Shops. They owned a Cottage at Cocagne, New Brunswick, Canada for 32 years. They had the first pleasure sailboat on Cocagne Bay, "the Helen", built with the help of Armand Goguen's father.

 
Horace Lawrence CONSTABLE
 
157 Christening: Horatio George CONSTABLE
10 Aug 1834 Recorded in Brighton, Sussex,
St. Nicholas Collection
Father: George CONSTABLE
Mother; Maria
FHL Film 1067108 1926-1836

1841 Census. Islington, Middlesex.
George CONSTABLE h, 34, Shoemaker, not born in this county
Henry, 9, shoemaker
Horatio, 7,
Charles, 15

1851 census:
108 South Mews, Marylebone, Middlesex.
Oscar H. head, 19, Shoemaker
Horace, brother (aka Horatio) 17, Shoemaker, Brighton, Sussex
Charles,brother, 16, Marylebone, Middlesex
John RYAN, half brother, 17, Apprentice, Marylebone, Middlesex

1861:

1871 census; Artillary Street, Canterbury, Kent, England
Horatio G. CONSTABLE,Head, Mar, 36. Shoemaker, Brighton, Sussex
Rose A. wife, M,40, Ireland
John, son, 16, compositor, Scotland
Edward, son,13, cotton weaver, Canterbury, Kent, England
Charles, son, 11, scholar, Canterbury, Kent, England
Rose, dau, 9, Canterbury, Kent, England
George, son, 7, Canterbury, Kent, England
James, son, 5,Canterbury, Kent, England
Ellen, dau,3, Canterbury, Kent, England


1881 census:
42 Broad Street, Canterbury, Kent, England
Horatio Geo CONSTABLE. head, M, 46, Shoemaker, London,Middlesex.
Rose, wife, M, 48, Cowan, Ireland
Charles, son, 15, Shoemaker,Canterbury, Kent, England
James, son, 12, Canterbury, Kent, England
Ellen, dau,12, Canterbury, Kent, England
Eliza, dau, 9, Canterbury, Kent, England
Andrew, son,7, Canterbury, Kent, England
Charles Haywood, boarder, U, 21, Labourer,Canterbury, Kent, England
William HARMON, Boarder, U, 28,Brushmaker, Canterbury, Kent, England
Henry HADDAWAY boader, 28,Engineer(E&M)Canterbury, Kent, England
James JONES, W, 45, Canterbury, Kent, England

Census 1891
42 Broad Street, Canterbury, Kent, England
George CONSTABLE, h,M, 56, Bootmaker, Sussex
Rose, W. 61,
James, son,Unm 21, Bootmaker,Canterbury, Kent, England
Charles, son, M,24, Bootmaker, Canterbury, Kent, England
Andrew, son, unm, 17, Errand Boy, Canterbury, Kent, England
Nelly TYSON, dau, 23 Mar. Canterbury, Kent, England
Elizabeth Constable, dau,19, unm, Canterbury, Kent, England
George HARMAN, nephew,9, Canterbury, Kent, England
Mary BAKER, lodger,mar, 38, Canterbury, Kent, England
Esther BAKER, lodger,mar, 35, Canterbury, Kent, England.

BMD. Horatio George CONSTABLE,
death
age 63,
Dec quarter 1895 Canterbury, Kent, England 
Horatio George CONSTABLE
 
158 Possible death registration
Name: Irene Mary Cook
Death Year: 1998
Age: 77
Birth Date: 3 Oct 1921
Death Registration Month/Year: Feb 1998
Registration District: Ashford
Inferred County: Kent
Inferred Country: England
Register Number: B35B
Entry number: 279








 
Irene Mary CONSTABLE
 
159 John Lawrence Constable was the first grandson and second child born to Horace and Hazel Constable.
He served in WW11 and was sent to England. While on tour with the Canadian Forces he visited some of the relatives in England, He met a Dudley, Rene, Lawrence and Bertha Constable. He went sailing with them and we have photos of the Constables.
His hobbies were hunting , fishing and camping with the family. 
Jack Lawrence CONSTABLE
 
160 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 Census; 12 Kensal Road, Chelsea, London, England
James,23, is living with Harriett and Frederick CONSTABLE, and his brother, Thomas CONSTABLE- James is a labourer.

Still looking in 1891, 1901 as of Jan 2007
 
James CONSTABLE
 
161

Jessie Constable was the first daughter and third child of Jessie and Henry Constable. They followed the tradition of naming the first girl after the mother. The first son was almost always named for the father, the second son named after the mother's father. In this family, they also gave the second son the mother's maiden name, Lawrance. The second daughter would normally be named after the fathers mother..and so on....

Jessie has been found in the 1871 and 1881 census, lastly as a 14 year old scholar. Jessie married Charles Percy Brown in Sept 1890. On her marriage registration her father, Henry, is listed as dead.

I have been unable to locate a birth registration for Jessie. Of the six Jessie Constables born
between 1866 and 1867 none of them match. There is a possibility that she was actually named Isabella after her grandmother, but changed it to Jessie, I am waiting verification of this birth.

Jessie and Charles had 2 daughters, Mary age 5 in the 1901 census and Doris, age 9 in the 1901 and both born in Fulham.

In the 1901 census Jessie and Charles P. Brown are living at 39 Beulah Road North, Croydon, Ward of Upper Norwood, Surry, England
with their 2 daughters, He is an Electrical Engineer.

I have two postcards and a book that Jessie sent me from England early in the 1940's. Aunt Doris visited and met Doris Brown Hearn in 1959.  
Jessie CONSTABLE
 
162 Joanns was married to a COMEY  Joanne Marie CONSTABLE
 
163 Birth Certificate Information for John CONSTABLE supplied by Derek Ward.

John CONSTABLE was born at 4 PM on 18 Sept 1855 at 65 Saltmarket Street, Glasgow, Scotland
Father: George CONSTABLE, Shoemaker, journeyman, age 23 years, born in London.
no previous childen, married at Glasgow, Scotland 1854
Mother Rosana Constable, Maiden Name McCall age 24 born CO Cavan, Ireland her first child
Registered 9 Oct 1855 by Rosana Constbale who made her mark
1855 Calton, Glasgow, 644/4 1334
1861 Census:
checking-

1871 Census: Artillery Street, Canterbury, Kent, England
John CONSTABLE, son, 16, compositor, Scotland
along with parents and siblings,

1881 census: Shepton Mallet prison
John CONSTABLE, 23, M, cordwainer,Scotland 
John CONSTABLE
 
164 Have will of John on file. John CONSTABLE
 
165 John Constable is found in the 1841, 1851 and 1861 census of Sussex, England.
1841 Census
NameagesexOccupation Born in Country
CONSTABLE John 55MBricklayerY
CONSTABLE Sarah55FY
CONSTABLE Henry35MBricklayerY
CONSTABLE William25MAG LABY
CONSTABLE Ansley23FY
CONSTABLE Alfred16MLabourY
CONSTABLE Jane12FY
CONSTABLE Louisa4FY

ROGERS Harriet15FServantY
NICHOLAS William17MServantY

1851 Census

WestmestonCONSTABLEJohnHDM66occupier 27 ac emp3Chailey SSXNear the Street1851211
WestmestonCONSTABLESarahWIM61Barcombe SSXNear the Street1851211
WestmestonCONSTABLEHenrySOU45Carpenter MasterBarcombe SSXNear the Street1851211
WestmestonCONSTABLEAlfredSOU24Carpenter JMBarcombe SSXNear the Street211
WestmestonCONSTABLELouisaDAU14Barcombe SSXNear the Street1851211
 
John CONSTABLE
 
166
John Constable, known as Jack, was the last of the Constable children to be born in England. He was about one year old when they arrived in Canada in 1900. While in Canada, he worked for the Canadian National Railroad.

John moved to Boston when he was about 23. He was in the Boston area when his brother, George, "Eddie" arrived with his dog team and did not have enough money to return to Canada.
John was also best man at "Eddie" and Florine's wedding in 1930.

Jack was rather short , strong and very well built. He liked to box and did it as a sport.
He was injured in one such boxing match, unable to get home, he was out in the cold over night and died of pneumonia at the young age of 40.

Constable, John
Age: 31 Year: 1930
Birthplace: England Roll: T626_948
Race: White Page: 16B

State: Massachusetts ED: 196

County: Suffolk Image: 0475

Township: Boston
Relationship: Head

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John Harry CONSTABLE
 
167 John Lawrence Constable, alias John Montague Constable:
From an article in the newspaper from Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada 1936.
Uncle of Moncton Man has Unique Place in Adopted Country.
An interesting article has been brought to the attention of The Transcript by Horace Constable, of this city. It is taken from the Cape Town Gazette, of South Africa, the issue of Oct 15, 1936 and concerns John Montague Constable, his uncle. He is a brother of Horace Constable, retired C.N.R. foreman here, now living in Winchester, N.S. The article reads as follows:

" John Montague Constable, 86 year-old war veteran, who is at present living at Observatory, must certainly rank as one of South Africa's oldest soldiers, if not perhaps the oldest. He joined the Frontier Armed and Mounted Police in 1876 and undertook his last campaign in East Africa during the Great War.
"This old soldier has earned seven medals, beginning with the campaign against the Gaikas and the Galekas in 1879, and including the British Colonial Auxiliary Forces long service medal.
"Today Mr. Constable's figure is a little bent, his hair has turned grey, but he has still preserved in his bearings and his manner of speech all the dignity of the fighting soldier. Although he was over 60 when the Great War broke out, he volunteered for service and took part in the German East African campaign.
" Mr. Constable was for some years a commissionaire at the Kenilworth Race Course. He treasures this letter sent to him by Admiral Evans, when he left South Africa:
" ' Dear John Constable:
" ' This is from your Admiral friend of Kenilworth Race Course, I had a little yarn with you when first I came to the races in 1933. This is to say Good-bye and to say that you are not forgotten nor are your good manners which will always be remembered at Kenilworth. Au Revoir dear soldier and comrade in arms.
Yours sincerely,

E. R. G. R. Evans' "

It is also of interest to know that Mr. Constable had the honor in 1882 of acting orderly to General Gordon (Chinese Gordon) when the later had the appointment as Commandant General of Cape Forces. Mr. Constable is regarded as the "Father of the Regiment." Sir Herbert Sloley and Sir Melville Heyman joined in the same year but are younger men. Sir Charles Crewe and Colonel Nolan Neylan, who recently died also entered the service about 1876.
Mr. Constable was absent, because of ill health, from the last F.A. M.P.C.M.R. annual reunion and was sadly missed. His old comrades expressed the sincere hope that he would be with them at their next gathering.


Obituary: May 26, 1938 - Cape Town Gazette

John Montague Constable:
Sergeant -Major John M. Constable, probably Cape Town, SA's oldest soldier, died on Empire Day at the age of 87, regretting that he was unable to attend the Service at the Queen Victoria statue in front of Parliament House.
Mr. Constable was one of South Africa's oldest soldiers, if not the oldest. Born in Cambridge in 1850, he came to the Cape Colony as a young man, where he joined the Frontier Armed and Mounted Police in 1876.
His first campaign was against the Gaikas and the Galekas in 1877, and his last with the South African Forces in German East Africa.
Mr. Constable has earned seven medals, including the British Colonial Auxiliary Force's long-service medal, South African War medals, and Great War medals. As regards seniority he could be considered "Father of the Regiment" of the old Cape Mounted Riflemen, which body was formed in August 1879.
In 1882 he was orderly to General Gordon ("Chinese Gordon") when the latter was appointed Commandant-General of the Cape Forces.
Among his most cherished possessions was a letter from Admiral Sir Edward, written when the Admiral left South Africa. The concluding part of it reads s follows:
"This is to say good-bye, and to say that you are not forgotten, nor are your good manners, which will always be remembered at Kenilworth. Au Revoir, dear soldier and comrade in arms.

"Yours Sincerely,
E.R.G.R.Evans"

Sergeant-Major Constable was borne to his grave by members of the Corps of Commissionaires. The coffin was covered by the Union Jack.

John was not 87 - had lied about his age to join the CMR, was really only 76! 
John Lawrence CONSTABLE
 
168 John and his wife Ellen are in the 1881 census - living with them is his brother Ernest J. Constable-
and John and Ellen's 3 year old son Ernest J. Constable

Name: John Thomas Constable BIRTH
Year of Registration: 1850
Quarter of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar
District: Marylebone (1837-1901)
County: London, Middlesex
Volume: 1
Page: 145 (






Name: John Thomas Constable DEATH
Birth Date: abt 1850
Year of Registration: 1898
Quarter of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep
Age at death: 48
District: Barnet
County: Greater London, Hertfordshire, Middlesex
Volume: 3a
Page: 179  
John Thomas CONSTABLE
 
169 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
170 Laurence Owen CONSTABLE was in the Navy in WW2 as a young officer. He had rueumatic fever and was released and the navy refused to take him back.

Apparently Laurence had a stammer when he talked. He is in the photo I have that was taken with Jack Constable in 1944 when he was stationed in England

more notes from Clive and Hadrian 
Laurence Owen CONSTABLE
 
171

Lester was born at 49 Waterloo Street, Moncton, New Brunswick. Canada He served in the Royal Canadian Army during WWII and was medically discharged. Les worked 40 + years for Canadian National Railways in the Moncton Shops as an air brake machinist.
Lester's hobby was his family! His main interest was Perky, his family and his home. 
Lester Searle CONSTABLE
 
172 There is a marriage for Lilian Maud CONSTABLE in 1903 June quarter, Lewes, 2b, 381
to either a James HOWELL or Charles SAUNDERS 
Lillian Maud CONSTABLE
 
173 Luther began his education at Foster's School, Spithurst and later went to the British School, Lewes. At the age of 11 he started work with his grandfather, John Constable senior, at 1s 6p per week ( 7 and half new pennies). He worked until 1928 when he retired owing to ill health. He left 4 sons ( all in the building trade) and 2 daughters.
John Max Baker notes: 
Luther CONSTABLE
 
174 Maria CONSTABLE is in the 1861 Census living with her family and siblings at 4 Pikes Cottage, Chelsea, Middlesex, England.

1871 Census Maria and family are at 2 Adernual Mews, Kensington, Middlesex, England.

Maria is a laundress.

 
Maria CONSTABLE
 
175 Lucy MacGrath - is their daughter living with them in the 1881 census. Mary CONSTABLE
 
176 Mary Constable in the 1901 census living at 155 Southam Street, Kensington, Middlesex, England.
with her family
 
Mary CONSTABLE
 
177 Maude Beatrice Constable:


Known as Bea, she was born in Boston, Massachusetts on April 16, 1890. They were living at 53 Pitts, Boston and her father was a mason. Place of birth for her parents is listed as England according to records from Massachusetts archives..

She then went back to England with her parents when she was about 1 year old. The family lived in England for about 8 years and then they returned to Canada when Bea was 10 years old.
Bea was a very loving person- and enjoyed children although she never had any during her three marriages. She did take her nephew, George Arthur Constable, known as Bill, son of Horace and Hazel Constable to BC and raised him as her own. When Bill was about 10 or so he was returned to the family and did not know that Horace and Hazel were his parents as he thought that Bea was his mother. The other children in the family were very envious of Bill because he had shoes, pajamas and more than one set of clothes- He had been raised in a wealthy environment and the others had barley enough to eat.

Bea was always kind to me and taught me to make dutch type hats out of felt with pretty stitches on them and also how to knit. She came to visit us at our family farm in Unity, Maine many times.
She was also known to be rather tempermental and had a strong will. However, I still remember her as a kind and loving Aunt who would write me wonderful letters.

Her first marriage was suppose to be with a very wealthy man who had given her furs and a car and all the trimmings. But instead she "left him at the alter" and married, Percy Maxon of Fredericton , New Brunswick, Canada. They lived for a time in Marblehead, Mass.

Hazel Crossman Constable took her daughter, Helen the visit Bea and Percy while in Mass. Helen didn't want to go because she got motion sickness. Percy told her that if she came that he would buy her a big doll. When they got there, it was a holiday, and the stores were closed, He scrounged around and somehow managed to buy her a doll. Helen thought that he was a very kind man.

Percy and Bea were divorced and then she married John Gibbs. John had a daughter, Lois, but she and Bea did not get along well. John died and then she married Charles Sumner from Western Canada. Bea and Charles lived in Bowen Island, B.C. in a house owned by Doris and Don Johnston.


 
Maud Beatrice CONSTABLE
 
178
Maud Constable was born January 18, 1877 the seventh child of Henry and Jessie Lawrance Constable. She was born when they were living at 12, Elcho Street in East Battersea, Surrey, England.
Maude married a Cleveland Goodwin, they had one daughter, Daphne -an article in a magazine had a photo of Daphne Goodwin- with the date of photo-.
M. Goodwin, daughter was in attendance at the death of Jessie CONSTABLE , Nov 23, 1918
they were living at 16 East Dulwich Road, Camberwell, London, England

Aunt Doris visited this family on their trip to London in the 1950's and again in the 1960's.  
Maude CONSTABLE
 
179 1861 Census:
10 Govesnor Mews, St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, England
Oscar H. CONSTABLE, H, M, 35, Shoemaker, Brighton, Sussex
Betsey, W, M, 36 Marylebone, Middlesex
Oscar H. Son, 4, St.George Hanover Square, Middlesex.
George, son 1, St.George Hanover Square, Middlesex
in the household is:
Emily SHARP, sister, 38, widow. shoebinder. St. George Hanover Square, MDX
Maria SHARP, dau 3,
Sarah SHARP, dau, 11 both born St George Hanover Square, Middlesex.

1871 Census:
86 South Dunston, Mile End Old Town, Middlesex.
Oscar H. CONSTABLE, H, M, 40, Cordwainer, Brighton, Sussex
Betty, w,M, 39
Oscar H. son, 14, office boy, Middlesex
George S, son, 11, office boy, Middlesex
Charles, son, 5, Stephney, Middlesex
Frederick, son, 4 months, Stephney, Middlesex
Emily SHARP 48, sister-in-law, tailoress, Middlesex
Maria SHARP, 12 dau,Middlesex

1881 Census: 37 Euston Road,London,
1891 Census; 62 Middleton Road, Hackney, London
1901 Census: 3 Etterly Street, Stanwick, Carlisle


 
Oscar Henry CONSTABLE
 
180 1881 Census: 37 Euston Road, London, Middlesex, England.
Oscar Hy CONSTABLE, head, M, 24 Travelling CB Sorter.
Helena CONSTABLE, wife, 27, Carlisle, Cumberland, England
Oscar Henry CONSTABLE, Son, 2, Carlisle, Cumberland, England

Frederick CONSTABLE, son 1 month, Oldford, Middlesex, England.

1891 Census: 62 Middleton Road, Hackney, London

1901 census: 3 Etterly Street, Stanwick, Cumberland, England.
Occupation: post worker,
 
Oscar Henry CONSTABLE
 
181 Christening: Oscar Henry CONSTABLE
19 Feb 1832 Recorded Brighton, Sussex, England, St. Nicholas Collection
Father: George CONSTABLE
Mother: Maria
FHL Film 1067108 dates 1829-1836

1841 Census Living in Islington, Middlesex
George CONSTABLE,34, shoemaker, all not from this county.
Henry,9 (aka. Oscar Henry) cordwainer
Horatio,7
Charles, 15- this looks like George's younger brother, bapt, 1826 in Lindfield, born Brighton

1851 Census: 108 South Mews. Marylebone, Middlesex
Oscar CONSTABLE , head, unmar,19, shoemaker, Brighton, Sussex
Horace, (aka Horatio), brother, 17, Shoemaker, Brighton, Sussex.
Charles, brother, 16, Shoemaker, Marylebone, Middlesex.
John RYAN, half brother, 17 apprentice, Marylebone, Middlesex.

1861 Census:
10 Govesnor Mews, St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, England
Oscar H. CONSTABLE, H, M, 35, Shoemaker, Brighton, Sussex
Betsey, W, M, 36 Marylebone, Middlesex
Oscar H. Son, 4, St.George Hanover Square, Middlesex.
George, son 1, St.George Hanover Square, Middlesex
in the hosuehold is:
Emily SHARP, sister, 38, widow. shoebinder. St. George Hanover Square, MDX
Maria SHARP, dau 3,
Sarah SHAR, dau, 11 both born St George Hanover Square, Middlesex.

1871 Census:
86 South Dunston, Mile End Old Town, Middlesex.
Oscar H. CONSTABLE, H, M, 40, Cordwainer, Brighton, Sussex
Betty, w,M, 39
Oscar H. son, 14, office boy, Middlesex
George S, son, 11, office boy, Middlesex
Charles, son, 5, Stephney, Middlesex
Frederick, son, 4 months, Stephney, Middlesex
Emily SHARP 48, sister-in-law, tailoress, Middlesex
Maria SHARP, 12 dau, Middlesex

BMD 21 Nov 1877
Death of Oscar Henry CONSTABLE.
age 46, shoemaker, cause of death diabetes.
informant: Betsey Constable, widow, 15 West Kingston Street, Mile End, Old Town, Middlesex.

Betsey CONSTABLE, has been found in the 1881, 1891 census-









 
Oscar Henry CONSTABLE
 
182 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Peter George William CONSTABLE
 
183 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
184 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
185 Rhoda CONSTABLE christened 2 Feb 1830
recorded in Brighton, Susses, England
St. Nicholas,
father: George CONSTABLE
mother: Maria
FHL Film 1067108 Dates:1830-1831

Rhoda CONSTABLE possibly found in the 1841 census in Islington East, with her Mother Mary CONSTABLE, 30 name unreadable looks like
Mary R,10 also in household,
Jessie, dau. age 9,
Charles, 3,
Emma, 1.
not found after 1841 as of Jan 2007
 
Rhoda CONSTABLE
 
186 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
187 In 1891 Sarah CONSTABLE is with the family in Kensington,
1901 census Sarah is with the family at 155 Southam Street, Kensington, Middlesex, England 
Sarah CONSTABLE
 
188 Sarah CONSTABLE has been found in the
1851 Census Living in Marylebone, Middlesex with her parents.

1861 Census Sarah was at 4 Pikes Cottage, Chelsea, Kensl Town, Middlesex, England

1871 Census, Sarah was at 2 Adurnal Mews, Kensington, Middlesex, England.
She was a launderess in 1871

a marriage has not been found and she has not been located after 1871 
Sarah CONSTABLE
 
189 unmarried- Physical Exercise teacher. Theodore was in the priesthood for some time.
notes from Hadrian COOK

Audrey Zulicka Constable, formerly Fleck was the informant on Theodore's Birth certificate.
Arthur Constable, father, occupation, poultry buyer (general stores)  
Theodore Montague CONSTABLE
 
190 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 Census: 12 Kensal Raod, Chelsea, London, England, Thomas CONSTABLE,19 is living in the household of his brother, Frederick and Harriet CONSTABLE and another brother James,
Thomas CONSTABLE occupation is a pot man.

not found in 1891, 1901 as of Jan. 2007
 
Thomas CONSTABLE
 
191 Trayton CONSTABLE and Mary are in the 1871 Census with their 2 children, John Henry b 1866 in Barcombe and Hettie Mary Born 1868 in Barcombe.
They were living in the West Side of the Village in 1871-

In 1881 they were living at 61 Barcombe Street and with the family was Trayton William b 1874
and Annie J. Gerrard Boarder. 8 months Barcombe , Sussex
and Eliza Gerrard, visitor age 34 Milliner Berks, Burnham- probably Annies mother.

1891 - Trayton and Mary are living in Reigate Surey- daughter Edith E. is 8 years old and
Annie J. Gerrard is still living with them as a boarder.

Trayton died in 1923 at the age of 84, 2nd quarter 1923, Croydon, 2a, page 406 according to the death registration- he was actually 86- 
Trayton CONSTABLE
 
192 Traton married Annie Gerrard who had been living with the family since she was an infant- Trayton William CONSTABLE
 
193 Walter Charles living with family in the 1891 census, Southam Road, Kensington, Middlesex
Walter C. Constable in the 1901 living at 155 Southam Street, Kensington, Middlesex, England.
with his family
 
Walter Charles CONSTABLE
 
194 "We have copies of the wills of both Richard and Frances PIM. Richardís will was made on January 11, 1781, and proved on March 4, 1785, at a time when his children by his second wife, Frances, ranged in age from 6 to 11 years. He bequeathed all his estate, which in fact amounted to less than 300 pounds to his wife until his youngest child became 21 when it was to be divided share and share alike among his children. Frances PIM's will was made on July 14, 1821, and proved January 28, 1822, by which time her children had all attained their majority. The value of the estate was said to be less than 1500 pounds -considerably more than that of her late husband. The witnesses to her will were William CONSTABLE (married to Ann PYM), James TINNELL and Marchant PIERCE of Lindfield (married to Sarah PIM)"
 
William CONSTABLE
 
195 Not positive that this is the correct marriage and children for William B 1817-
still working of proof of this family
Aug 8, 2005

William and Lucy found in the 1841 census at Delves - Barcombe-
with Lucy, Harry, William  
William CONSTABLE
 
196 William Gardner CONSTABLE is in the 1861 Census living at 4 Pikes Cottage, Chelsea Kensal Town, Middlesex, England.

1871 Census: 2 Adurseral Mews,
Kensington, Middlesex, England

1881 Census: 74 Southam Street, Kensington, Middlesex, England

1891 Census: Southam Street, Kensington, Middlesex, England

1901 Census: 155 Southam Street, Kensington, Middlesex, England

William's occuptaion is a plasterers labourer. 
William Gardner CONSTABLE
 
197 William L. CONSTABLE is in the 1881 census living with his parents on Southam Street.
Kensington, Middlesex, England
In the 1891 census he is living on Southam Street, Kensington, Middlesex, London and is Luke W. CONSTABLE.  
William Luke CONSTABLE
 
198 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
199 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
200 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 

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