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Albert HARBON 1884

Albert's birth certificate gives his birth address as 1 Murdoch place, Grove Lane in Handsworth in the county of Stafford.

In the 1881 census his parents live at 1 back of 33 Grove Lane.

Marriage. Name/Surname Age Condition Rank/Profession Groom:
Albert HARBON 21 Bachelor Gas Fitter
Bride: Mary Ann Elizabeth WILKES 21 Spinster, Jewellers Solderer Residence at time of Marriage Father's Name/Surname/Profession Groom: 1 Myrtle Place, Grove Lane, Handsworth, Birmingham, Warwickshire John HARBON, Bricklayer Residence at time of Marriage Father's Name/Surname/Profession Bride: 6 Hadley Street, Birmingham Richard Walter WILKES, Pearl Turner When Married: 27th. November 1905 Marriage Solemnised at: The Register Office, Birmingham Witnesses: Richard Walter WILKES, Jane WILKES

Still living at that address in 1901. Employed as a Grocery Assistant.

Grandad Harbon became a Master Plumber.
He did the plumbing on the Perry Barr crematorium where his daughter (Aunt Mary) was cremated.
(1903 Perry Barr crematorium opens, one of the earliest in the country)

Grandad Harbon is buried together with Nan in Handsworth Cemetery.Section 40 grave number 14765. His death certificate number is 9c560. In 1940 he was registered in Kelly,s directory as living at 70 Barker st, Lozells, Birmingham , he lived there together with his wife until his death in 1957.

Death certificate 9c560 Birmingham, Sept 1957.

CERT. DETAILS Death. Name/Surname: Albert HARBON
When & Where died:5th. September 1957, 77 Dudley Road, Winson Green, (Dudley Road Hospital) Birmingham
Sex:Male Age: 72
Occupation: Water Pipe Fitter, (retired) Of 74 Barker Street, Birmingham 19 Cause of Death: 1a. Uraemia* b. Carcinoma of Prostate
Signature, description and residence of informant: W.E. HARBON, Son, 1 Derby Terrace, Roseberry Street, Birmingham 18 Date of registration: 6th. September 1957
*Uraemia, Excessive amounts of urea in the blood. The usual cause is renal (kidney) failure Urea is toxic. People with renal failure become less alert, more confused and slowly drift into coma. Usually, they are pleasantly confused but can be agitated. Rarely they become psychotic

I remember granddad as a big gruff man. Us three kids hung on to his every word because what he said was law in the house. Little did we know that he was playing with us and it was nan who ruled the roost. Loved his garden, his pidgeons, his pint and a game of cards. Reknown cheat. Always had the mirror on the wall set so he could see uncle Jack Genges hand. This story has been told to me by many family members. They all knew (except Uncle Jack). But still played with him every Saturday night.

James Hood and Emma Pinnock

In 1891 the family live in Lacock. James is a Masons Labourer.

Railway Guard in 1901 living in Albert road, Keynsham.

Living in Dodington, Old Sodbury, Chipping Sodbury in 1911

Harbourne of Stratford on Avon

Information about this person comes from the 1988 IGI for Gloucestershire. Plus the census listings as marked.

In 1841 I believe Thomas lived with the HUMPHRIES family at Ivy Cottage in Stratford. The head of the house was a Machine Man.

In the 1851 census this family is living at 33 Ryland street in Old Stratford on Avon. Thomas is listed as an Ag Lab aged 35.
His sister Sarah is listed as sister, born in Quinton. Occupation, servant
A visitor, Thomas G CLOVES unmarried aged 22 is also there on census night. Occupation, servant.

In 1861 Thomas (spelt HARBON) and family live in Ryland st, Stratford. His brother in law Joseph ARCHER lives with them on census night. Thomas is a Machinist.

In 1871 Thomas is a Driver of a Thrashing Machine, he is married to a young lady named Anne FLETCHER aged 33 born in Honeybourne. Address is Evesham road.

On his son Thomas's birth certificate he is a Workman with a Corn Thrashing Machine.

Marriage. Name/Surname Age Condition Rank/Profession
Groom: Thomas HAREBONE Full age Bachelor Labourer
Bride: Charlotte SIMMONS Under age Widow ------
Residence at time of Marriage Father's Name/Surname/Profession Groom: Quinton, Gloucestershire David HAREBONE, Labourer Bride: Quinton, Gloucestershire William ARCHER, Labourer When Married: 12th. October 1846 Marriage Solemnised at: Parish Church, Quinton. Witnesses:Riichard HAREBONE, Sarah HAREBONE

Possible death Mar 1881 in Stratford 6d371Spelt HARBONE 6D371

Year: 1870
Registration District: Stratford Upon Avon
Marriage Solemnized at: The Parish Church
In the Parish of: Loxley in the County of Warwick
Date: November 17th
Names: Thomas Harbone and Ann Lucy Fletcher
Age: Thomas 50 Ann 33
Condition Widower and Spinster
Occupation: Machinist
Residence: Stratford on Avon
Father: David Harbone Samuel Fletcher
Their Occupations: Laborer Blacksmith
Witness: Robert Williams and Eliza Paddock

Name/Surname: Age Condition Rank/Profession
Groom: Thomas HARBORNE full Widower Machinist
Bride: Emma HARWOOD full Spinster -------------
Residence at time of Marriage Father's Name/Surname/Profession
Groom: Of this Parish, David HARBORNE, Labourer
Residence at time of Marriage Father's Name/Surname/Profession
Bride: Of this Parish, John HARWOOD, Coal Dealer
When Married: 23rd. December 1872
Marriage Solemnised at: St. Johns Church, Parish of St. Johns Ladywood,
Birmingham, Warks. Witnesses: John HARWOOD, Ann PRICHETT

Registration District: Stratford on Avon
Sub District Stratford on Avon in the County of Warwick, Worcester & Gloucester
Where & When: 12thJanuary 1881 at Henley Street Stratford on Avon
Name: Thomas Harbone
Age: 63
Occupation: Machinist
Cause: Senile Decay Exhaustion
Informant: Hannah Bryan Present Henley Street
Reg'd: 13th January 1881

Records in Stratford on Avon.

Draft conveyances in Stratford on Avon.
Evesham road.
Ref: DR 149/154/44, dated 27th September 1869, from scope and content.
From Charles ALLWOOD of Stratford, Yeoman to Thomas HARBONE of the same, machinist. Building land between Sanctus lane and Evesham Road.

Ref: DR 149/154/46, dated 3 September 1875, from scope and content.
From Thomas Harbone of Stratford on Avon, machinist to Henry FREEMAN of the same, brazier, house.

Looking for more information on Enoch HUMPAGE, Halesowen

In 1841 Enoch lives with Thomas and Sarah STATHAM in Darlaston. This man is a Gun Lock as is Enoch. Suspect that Enoch was indentured to this man.

In 1849 he is listed as a Gun Lock Maker of Phillips street, Aston Bank.

In 1851 on census night Enoch and Hannah are visiting Enoch's father at their home in New row, Darlaston. He is a Gun Lock Filer. Born in Darlaston.

In Whites Directory of 1850 there is a Enock Humpage, Gun Lock Maker living in Phillips street in Aston Brook.

In 1861 Enoch and family live at Boulton st. He is a Gun Lock Filer. On this census both Enoch and wife say they were born in Albery, Shropshire.

In the 1862 directory of Birmingham he is Gun Lock Maker in Handsworth New road. This road is a continuation of Boulton road.

In 1871 Enoch and family live in Boulton St Handsworth, Gun Lock maker employing other men. His birthplace is now Oldbury, Worcestershire and his wife is listed as Sarah?

In the 1881 census Enoch and family live at 55 Boulton Road in Handsworth. He is a Gunsmith employing 3 men and two boys.

Groom:Enoch HUMPAGE. Full age, Bachelor Lock Filer
Bride: Hannah Hargrove FELLOWS. Full age, Spinster Residence at time of Marriage, Duddleston, Aston, Warwickshire
Fathers name and occupation.Ephraim HUMPAGE, File Forger
Bride: Residence at time of Marriage, Duddleston, Aston, Warwickshire
Fathers name James FELLOWS, Engineer When Married: 11th. October 1846 Marriage Solemnised at:St. Peter & St. Paul's Church, Aston Witnesses:G. WRIGHT, Ann Maria FELLOWS

Registration District: North Witchford
Sub District Cahtteris in the County of Cambridge
Where & When: 21st April 1896 at Doddington
Name: Enock Humpage
Age: 74
Occupation: Retired Locksmith Master
Cause: Common Cirrhosis of Liver Some Years Gastric ....6 mths
Cardiac Syncope 10 days
Informant: Charles Henry Humpage Son Present Doddington
Reg'd: 22nd April 1896