Alice Maud Sackett

FatherSamuel John Sackett (1834-1907)
MotherMary Ann Gardner (c 1829-1886)
Alice Maud Sackett, daughter of Samuel John Sackett and Mary Ann Gardner, was born in Lambeth, SurreyG, in 1874.1 She married in St Saviour Southwark, LondonG, in 1892, Frederick John Ryland.2
     In 1881 Alice was living at 20A Saville Place, Lambeth, SurreyG, in the household of her parents Samuel and Mary, and was recorded in the census as Maud Sackett, a scholar, aged seven, and born in Lambeth.3
     In 1901 she was living at 134 Falmouth Road, Newington, LondonG, in the household of her husband Frederick, 29, a glue merchant, and was recorded as Alice M Ryland, aged 28 and born in Lambeth. Living with them were ther children, Mary, 8, and Lillian, aged five. Also in the household was a visitor, Daffyd Lewis, 41.4

Children of Alice Maud Sackett and Frederick John Ryland

 Notes & Citations

  1. General Register Office, Online Index to Births, "Mar qtr 1874. Sackett, Alice Maud. Mother: Gardner. Lambeth. 1d:379."
  2. General Register Office, Online Index to Marriages, "Mar qtr 1892. Sackett, Alice Maud. St Saviour. 1d:72."
  3. 1881 England census
    FHL 1341134, PRO RG11/0589/83/42
    Lambeth, Surrey
    20A Saville Plc
    Sam J. Sackett, head, married, 48, b. Burmondsey, bookseller
    Mary Ann Sackett, wife, 52, b. Surrey, bookseller
    Edith Sackett, dau, 15, b. Lambeth
    Maud Sackett, dau, 7, b. Lambeth, scholar
    Wm. Harsley, boarder, married, 48, b. Norfolk, coach maker.
  4. 1901 England census
    RG13, piece 372, folio 59, p. 39
    134 Falmouth Rd, Newington, London
    Fredrick J Ryland, head, married, 29, glue merchant, b. Birmingham
    Alice M Ryland, wife, 28, b. Lambeth
    Mary M Ryland, dau, 8, b. Newington
    Lillian M Ryland, dau, 5, b. Newington
    Daffyd Lewis, visitor, single, 41, professional vocalist, own acc, b. Radnor.
Last Edited13 Nov 2016

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