Annie Maud Greenwood/Sackett

(c 1882-)
FatherWilliam Greenwood/Sackett (1859-1934)
MotherSarah Savage (c 1856-)
Annie Maud Greenwood/Sackett, daughter of William Greenwood/Sackett and Sarah Savage, was born in Fulham, LondonG, in about 1882.1
     In 1891 Annie was living at 23 Hannell Road, Fulham, LondonG, in the household of her parents William and Sarah, and was recorded in the census as Annie M Sackett, a scholar, aged seven and born in Fulham.2
     In 1901 Annie was living at 20 Werley Avenue, Fulham, LondonG, with her parents William and Sarah in the household of her uncle John Sackett. She was recorded as Annie Greenwood, a charwoman, aged 18 and born in Fulham.3
     In 1911 she was living at 41 Church Path, Lillie Road, Fulham, LondonG, in the household of her parents William and Sarah, and was recorded as Annie Maud Greenwood, married, aged 28.4
Sackett line9th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder

 Notes & Citations

  1. Census.
  2. 1891 England census, digital image from National Archives microfilm,, RG12; Piece: 48; Folio: 149; Page: 54
    23, Hannell Road, Fulham, London
    Greenwood, Wm, head, married, 33, stableman, b. Sussex, Brighton
    Greenwood, Sarah, wife, 31, b. London, Westminster
    Greenwood, Wm, son, 9, scholar, b. Fulham
    Greenwood, Annie M, dau, 7, scholar, b. Fulham
    Greenwood, Chas, son, 5, scholar, b. Fulham
    Greenwood, Mary L, dau, 3/12, b. Fulham
    Greenwood, John, son, 2, b. Fulham.
  3. 1901 Census for England & Wales, 54/113v
    Fulham, London
    20 Werley Avenue (St Peter's)
    John Sackett, head, married, 35, cab driver, worker, b. Ramsgate, Kent
    Jessie Sackett, wife, 35, b. Kensington, London
    Henry Sackett, son, 11, b. Fulham
    Jessie Sackett, dau, 9, b. Fulham
    Hilda Sackett, dau, 3, b. Fulham
    Walter Sackett, son, 3 months, b. Fulham
    Sarah Greenwood, visitor, married, 45, b. Brighton, Sussex
    William Greenwood, visitor, married, 45, horsekeeper, worker, b. Brighton
    Annie Greenwood, visitor, single, 18, charwoman, worker, b. Fulham
    Charles Greenwood, visitor, 15, coal porter, worker, b. Fulham
    John Greenwood, visitor, 13, b. Fulham
    Mary Greenwood, visitor, 10, b. Fulham
    Sidney Greenwood, visitor, 5, b. Fulham
    Rosina Greenwood, visitor, 3, b. Fulham
    George W Greenwood, visitor, 5 months, b. Fulham.
  4. 1911 England census, digital image from National Archives microfilm,, RG14; Piece: 313
    41 Church Path, Lillie Road, Fulham, London SW
    6 rooms
    William Greenwood, head, 50, m. 32y, horsekeeper, b. Brighton
    Sarah Greenwood, wife, 51, 12 ch, all living, b. Westminster
    Sarah Rosina Greenwood, dau, 32, b. Fulham
    William Greenwood, son, 30, m. 12y, coalporter carman, b. Fulham
    Annie Maud Greenwood, dau, 28, m. 8y, b. Fulham
    Charles Greenwood, son, 25, m. 4y, coalman carman, b. Fulham
    John Greenwood, son, 22, single, woodchopper firewood, b. Fulham
    Mary Greenwood, dau, 20, single, laundryhand, b. Fulham
    Rosina May Greenwood, dau, 18, b. Fulham
    Sidney Greenwood, son, 16, van boy, b. Fulham
    Rosina Greenwood, dau, 13, school, b. Fulham
    George Greenwood, son, 11, b. Fulham
    Thomas Greenwood, son, 9, b. Fulham
    Louisa Greenwood, dau, 7, b. Fulham.
Last Edited24 February 2019

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