Individual Notes

Note for:   Hannah Polhill,   1836 - 24 MAY 1916         Index

Occupation:   Housemaid

Census:   
     Date:   6 JUN 1841
     Place:   Ewhurst, Sussex

Census:   
     Date:   30 MAR 1851
     Place:   Northiam, Sussex

Census:   
     Date:   7 APR 1861
     Place:   Ewhurst, Sussex

Census:   
     Date:   2 APR 1871
     Place:   Ewhurst, Sussex

Census:   
     Date:   3 APR 1881
     Place:   Ewhurst, Sussex

Census:   
     Date:   5 APR 1891
     Place:   Ewhurst, Sussex

Census:   
     Date:   31 MAR 1901
     Place:   Ewhurst, Sussex

Census:   
     Date:   2 APR 1911
     Place:   Staplecross, Sussex

Event:   
     Type:   Marriage of Child
     Date:   2 NOV 1895
     Place:   Battersea, Surrey
     Note:   Daughter Fanny to James Parsley
Death Note:    Died on Twentyfourth May 1916
at 235 Westminster Bridge Road
Hannah CROUCH female aged 80
Widow of William Hodges CROUCH, Flour Miller
Cause
1 Senile Decay 2 Arterus Sclerosis
Certified by J W Brookes MRCS
Informant
James PARSLEY, son in Law
present at the death of
235 Westminster Bridge Road
Registered 26/05/1916



Individual Notes

Note for:   James Gaywood,   15 AUG 1836 - 13 MAY 1914         Index

Occupation:   Hatter's Warehouseman

Census:   
     Date:   6 JUN 1841
     Place:   Rotherhithe, Surrey

Census:   
     Date:   30 MAR 1851
     Place:   Southwark, Surrey

Census:   
     Date:   7 APR 1861
     Place:   Rotherhithe, Surrey

Census:   
     Date:   2 APR 1871
     Place:   Bermondsey, Surrey

Census:   
     Date:   3 APR 1881
     Place:   Bermondsey, Surrey

Census:   
     Date:   5 APR 1891
     Place:   Bermondsey, London

Census:   
     Date:   31 MAR 1901
     Place:   Lewisham, London

Census:   
     Date:   2 APR 1911
     Place:   Lewisham, London

Event:   
     Type:   Informant on Certificate
     Date:   9 MAY 1871
     Note:   Birth of Daughter Lydia

Event:   
     Type:   Letter
     Date:   2 MAR 1896
     Note:   Inscription on flyleaf of Holy Bible
"Reginald Francis Crouch from Grandpa Gaywood 2nd March 1896"

Probate:   
     Date:   9 JUN 1914
     Place:   London
     Note:   I, JAMES GAYWOOD of 14 Brownhill Road Catford in the County of Kent and Woodgrange Cottage South Hayling in the County of Hampshire Warehouseman do hereby revoke all former wills and testamentary dispositions made by me and declare this to be my last will and testament I appoint my sons James Henry Gaywood William Swanton Gaywood and Richard Gaywood (hereafter called my trustees) to be the EXECUTORS AMD TRUSTEES of this my will I devise and bequeath all my real and personal estate furniture plate linen china books pictures wines & spirits and all other household effects with all residue unto my trustees upon trust to devote the income of my estate for the maintenance of my wife during her life or during her widowhood and at her death the estate is to be realised either by private treaty or public auction (whichever they may think best) and equally divided between my sons and daughters viz James Henry Gaywood William Swanton Gaywood my married daughter Caroline Crouch Stephen Gaywood Richard Gaywood Lydia Gaywood Francis Gaywood Amelia Gaywood and Edward Gaywood or those that say be living in equal parts In the event of my wifes remarriage all her interest in this my will and testament reverts to my sons and daughters when the estate is then to be realized and equally divided between my sons and daughters herein named above I desire my trustees to retain the investments as they stand at my death but should circumstances arise during the life of my wife that any of the house property is required by any party at any advantageous offer I leave it to their discretion (with the approval of their Mother) to dispose of the proceeds to be invested in Government stock or such "Trustee Investments" as authorized by law Should any of my married sons or daughters (or those that may marry) die leaving children they will take their parents share and I leave it in the hands of my trustees to dispose of if necessary in portions to the best of their judgement and discretion for the good of my grand children either present benefit or deferred until they are of age Should the decease of one or more of my trustees occur I appoint my son Francis Gaywood in place of one and I leave it with them to appoint if required with the consent of their Mother another in or out of the family securing three Trustees I desire all my just and lawful debts and funeral expenses be paid And I trust my sons will do their utmost to assist my wife their Mother and their unmarried Sisters should they require any further help IN WITNESS whereof I the said James Gaywood have to this my last will and testament set my hand this sixteenth day of January one thousand nine hundred and five (1905) - JAMES GAWOOD Signed and declared by the said James Gaywood as and for his lest will and testament in the presence of us who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses - CHAS G MARCUS Fleet Engr R N 43 Guildford Road Greenwich S E - W ELLIOTT BATT 8 Salutary Mount Heavitree Exeter Law Student

THIS IS A CODICIL of the Will of me JAMES GAYWOOD of 63 Minard Road Hither Green Catford in the County of Kent and Woodgrange Cottage Manor Road South Hayling in the County of Hampshire Gentleman the said Will bearing date the sixteenth day of January one thousand nine hundred and five In the event of my wifes death and my two daughters Lydia and Amelia being unmarried I bequeath to them conjointly the leasehold house 63 Minard Road Catford with the household furniture pictures and all that it contains (the Piano to Amelia absolutely) Should either of my daughters Lydia or Amelia marry or die the said house and furniture goes to the unmarried daughter Should both marry or both die then the said house and furniture reverts to all my sons and daughters that may be living to be disposed of by private treaty or public auction and equally divided amongst the whole of them or if it can be amicably settled among themselves they can equally divide it My sons and daughter (Mrs Crouch) will clearly see from this Codicil my desire is to provide a home for my two daughters Lydia and Amelia Should they be unmarried at the death of my wife their mother The ground rent four pounds sixteen shillings per annum fire insurance (house and furniture) rates and all other charges of course they (Lydia and Amelia) will pay and I trust their six brothers will assist them if needed in this matter And this Codicil is in addition and over and above to their share in my general estate in which Lydia and Amelia will take their equal share in the disposal of ay estate at the death of my wife Should circumstances arise that Lydia by her profession or calling is compelled to remove to another district a distance away Amelia may be able to hold the house with Lydia's help for their joint benefit and my son Edward if unmarried can still retain his home with Amelia or both on same conditions as at present and I feel sure he will assist his sisters as far as possible in the domestic upkeep of the house Should misfortune happen that Lydia or Amelia or both are unable to maintain themselves I give them liberty to sell the said property both house and furniture at 63 Minard Road (that is if absolutely necessary) and the proceeds are entirely for their Lydia and Amelia's benefit This Codicil dated the tenth day of December one thousand nine hundred and six (1906) - JAMES GAYWOOD - Signed by the testator in the presence of us both present at the same time who in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto set our names as witnesses E S MILLER 27 Bowness Rd Catford Chartered Accountant - T C MATTHEWS 29 Bowness Road Catford Commercial Clerk

THIS IS THE SECOND CODICIL of the "Will" of me JAMES GAYWOOD of No 63 Minard Road Catford in the County of Kent and Woodgrange Cottage Manor Road Hayling Island in the County of Hampshire Gentleman the said "Will" bearing date the sixteenth day of January one thousand nine hundred and five Whereas in my "Will" I appoint my son William Swanton Gaywood one of my Executors and Trustees I hereby revoke and appoint in his place my son Francis Gaywood This Codicil dated the eighth day of October one thousand nine hundred and ten JAMES GAYWOOD - Signed by the testator in the presence of us both present at the same time who in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto set our names as witnesses - CHARLES J ADAMSON Marine Engineer 43 Guildford Road Greenwich S E CHAS G MARCUS Fleet Engr R N 43 Guildford Road Greenwich S E

James Gaywood died on 13th May 1914 at 63 Minard Road and on the 9th day of June 1914 Probate of this Will and two Codicils was granted to James Henry Gaywood Richard Gaywood and Francis Gaywood the Executors

Gross value of Estate 3272.4.1.
Net value of Personal Estate 3010.11s 6d

Birth Note:    Source IGI
Parents James & Alsey Gaywood

Death Note:    Died on Thirteenth May 1914 at 63 Minard Road
James GAYWOOD male age 77 Hatter's Manager (Retired)
Cause
(1) Carcinoma of Penis
(2) Exhaustion
        Cardiac Failure
Certified by R S Dallard LRCP
Informant
E GAYWOOD Son Present at death of 63 Minard Road
Registered 13/05/1914