William Haddock

(c 1823-)
FatherJames Haddock (-before 1841)
MotherJane Sackett (1798-)
William Haddock, son of James Haddock and Jane Sackett, was born in Colchester, EssexG, in about 1823.1
     In 1851 William was living at 9 Angel Lane, St Martin's, Colchester, EssexG, in the household of his uncle Jeremiah Haddock, 58, a private banker, and was recorded in the census as William Haddock, a railway clerk, unmarried, aged 27 and born in Colchester. Also in the household were William's sister Jane, 25, and two female servants.2
     In 1861 he was living at West Stockwell Street, St Martin's, ColchesterG, in the household of his uncle Jeremiah Haddock, and was recorded as William Haddock, a bankers' clerk, unmarried, aged 37 and born in Colchester, Essex.3
Sackett line2nd great-grandson of Thomas Sackett
ChartsLine 6 (English)

 Notes & Citations

  1. Census.
  2. 1851 England census, digital image from National Archives microfilm, Ancestry.com, HO107,piece 1781, folio 470, p2, GSU roll 207429,
    "9 Angel Lane, St Martin's, Colchester, Essex
    Jeremiah Haddock, head, unm, 58, private banker, b. Norfolk, Burnham
    William Haddock, nephew, unm, 27, railway clerk, b. Essex, Colchester
    Jane E Haddock, niece, unm, 25, b. Essex, Colchester
    Isabella Kidby, servant, unm, 24, cook, b. Essex, Thorrington
    Harriett Calvesfeet, servant, unm, 21, housemaid, b. Essex, Colchester."
  3. 1861 England census, digital image from National Archives microfilm, Ancestry.com, RG9, piece 1099, folio 149A, p11, GSU roll 542753,
    "West Stockwell Street, St Martin's, Colchester, Essex
    Jeremiah Haddock, head, unm, 68, banker, b. Norfolk, Burnham
    Jane Haddock, widow, 61, b. Essex, Finchley
    William Haddock, unm, 37, bankers' clerk, b. Essex, Colchester
    Jane E Haddock, unm, 35, no [mat.?] occup [written in different hand], b. Essex, Colchester
    Mary A Naylor, unm, 21, cook, b. Essex, Little Tey
    Eliza Willam, unm, 22, housemaid, b. Essex, Boxted."
Generation.TreeP.6
Last Edited8 November 2009
 

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