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Death Date for Harry Hill born 1854 Harting England .

Question by nflipp

I am looking for a death date for Harry Hill born 15th March 1854 Baptised 28th Aug 1854 in Harting, Sussex . England . His Mother Mary Hill b. 1817 and Father Henry Hill b.1829 He married Elizabeth Kimber who was born 1856 in Browncandover, Hampshire, England ( mother Harriet Fry and father Henry Kimber) .Elizabeth died 1911 at Petersfield, Hampshire, England .
Harry died after 1890 when his last child William Hill was born and before 1894 when Elizabeth married a William John Passingham.

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on 2012-07-08 22:08:35

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by ALV on 2012-07-08 23:21:15

Are you sure that Harry was alive when his last child was born. I know that my Great Great Grandfather died 5 months before his last one was born. On my Great Great Great Uncle's baptism (which occurred a few days after his birth) my Great Grandfather was listed as the father but no mention that he was deceased.

by asheppard on 2012-07-09 23:58:48

Do you have Williams birth certificate? Does it list Harry's occupation?

It looks like Elizabeth married her lodger

This looks like Elizabeth in the 1891 Census

1891 England Census about Elizabeth Hill
Name: Elizabeth Hill
Age: 31
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1860
Relation: Head
Gender: Female
Where born: Browncandover, Hampshire, England

Civil parish: Petersfield
Ecclesiastical parish: Petersfield
Town: Petersfield
County/Island: Hampshire
Country: England

Street Address: Jubilee Terrace

Condition as to marriage: married

Registration district: Petersfield
Sub-registration district: Petersfield
ED, institution, or vessel: 6
Neighbors: View others on page
Piece: 945
Folio: 90
Page Number: 17
Household Members:
Name Age
Elizabeth Hill, Head, 31
Frank T Hill, Son, 11
Bessea M Hill, daug, 9
George Hill, son, 7
Ellen Hill, daug, 5
William J Hill, son, 7/12

Will J Passingham, lodger, 30 single
John Passingham, lodger, 45 single

The following are also listed however, the image reads surname Sayers not Hill it looks like it has been incorrectly transcribed, and there is a double line next to John Passingham's name indicating end of household.

Ellen A Hill, daug, 19 London, Deptford
Fred W Hill, son, 15 London, Deptford
Emma A Hill, daug, 13 London, Bow
Harriett Hill, daug 11 London, Shadwell
Thomas Hil, son, 9 London, Shadwell

Elizabeth lists herself as married, and not widowed, perhaps Harry was away working, I have not been able to find him on the 1891 Census but I did find this Harry Hill in 1891 Census it could be a possibility age is out a bit.

1891 England Census about Harry Hill
Name: Harry Hill
Age: 32
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1859
Relation: Lodger
Gender: Male
Where born: Hampshire, England

Civil parish: St George the Martyr
Ecclesiastical parish: St Michaels
County/Island: London
Country: England

Street Address: 13 Gt Suffolk Street

Occupation: boiler Maker

Condition as to marriage:

Registration district: St Saviour Southwark
Sub-registration district: Borough Road
ED, institution, or vessel: 3
Neighbors: View others on page
Piece: 346
Folio: 71
Page Number: 48

It is a Lodging house, quite a few men various ages and occupations

Nothing showing in deaths for right age between 1889 and 1894. Do you have a copy of the marriage for Elizabeth and William? does it say Widow?

by nflipp on 2012-07-10 01:22:41

thankyou for the info will look into it all.
Harry was a Dealer and General Labourer . Yes you are rite William Passingham was a lodger . Will get back when I have a good look at the info Thanks once again

by ALV on 2012-07-10 03:42:17

asheppard may have been on the right track. I cannot find any death details for a Harry Hill (or Hills) that would match those of this Harry in the GRO records either from 1889 through to 1894.

Is it possible that there was a divorce? I can find a few death records for Harry Hill, that match his YOB, but happened after 1895.

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