Mary Wade

(before 1850 - )
     Mary Wade was born before 1850 in Cork, Ireland.
     Mary Wade married Daniel Colbert.

Child of Mary Wade and Daniel Colbert

Mary Wade

     Mary Wade married William Ryther on 25 July 1739 in Knaresborough, Yorkshire.

Child of Mary Wade and William Ryther

Samuel Gustavus Rochfort Wade

     Samuel Gustavus Rochfort Wade was the son of Thomas Wade and Dora Rochfort.

Samuel Handy Wade

(circa 1778 - )
     Samuel Handy Wade was born circa 1778 in Dublin. He was the son of Thomas Wade and Margaret Ann Handy.
     Samuel matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, on 2 June 1794.
     Samuel Handy Wade married Miss (?) Davies.
     Samuel Handy Wade and Miss (?) Davies appeared on the 1841 census in Roscommon St, Everton, Liverpool, Lancashire. Samuel Wade, 60,cotton broker & Eliza Wade, 50, neither born in the county.
     Samuel Handy Wade was recorded on the 1851 census in 5 Somerville St, Birkenhead, Cheshire. Samuel Wade, aged 73, widower, aged 73, cotton broker, born Ireland with his daughter F E Wade, 22, born Liverpool.

Child of Samuel Handy Wade and Miss (?) Davies

Samuel Wesley Handy Wade

(circa 1818 - June 1903)
     Samuel Wesley Handy Wade was born circa 1818 in Ireland.
     Samuel Wesley Handy Wade married Dorothy Alexander on 23 November 1844 in Braddon, Isle of Man.
     Samuel Wesley Handy Wade and Dorothy Alexander were recorded on the 1851 census in Hulme, Lancashire. Samuel W H Wade, 33, porter aged, born Ireland, his wife Dorothy Wade, 35, born France, children Isabella Edith Wade 5, born Isle of Man, Samuel W H Wade 4, born Hale Barns, Cheshire, Francis Wm Wade 3, born Tranmere, Cheshire, John Wade 2, born Oxton Hill, Emily Elizabeth Wade 5/12, born Manchester, Lancashire, servant Julia Abbot 17.
Samuel Wesley Handy Wade was declared bankrupt in April 1861 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England. Samuel Wesley Handy Wade, wine merchant, Leeds.
     Samuel Wesley Handy Wade and Dorothy Alexander appeared on the 1861 census in Cowper St, Potternewton, Yorkshire, England. Samuel W H Wade,     43, wine merchant, born Ireland; his wife Dorothy Wade, 45, BS born France, children - Samuel W H Wade 14, Francis W Wade, 13, John Wade 11, all born in Cheshire, Isabella E Wade, 8, born Lancashire, Richard B Wade 4, born Yorkshire, with a servant Elizabeth Dunn 19.
     Samuel Wesley Handy Wade appeared on the 1891 census in Jersey, Channel Islands, UK. Samuel W H Wade, aged 76, born Ireland, boarder.
     Samuel's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1903 in Toxteth Park RD, Lancashire.

Children of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade and Dorothy Alexander

Samuel Wesley Handy Wade

(September 1846 - 19 January 1869)
     Samuel Wesley Handy Wade's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1846 in Dunham, Altrincham RD, Cheshire. He was the son of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade and Dorothy Alexander. Samuel Wesley Handy Wade was christened on 13 September 1846 in Bowden, Cheshire. Isabella, Samuel, Francis, John and Emily were listed as the children of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade in the 1851 census in Hulme, Lancashire. Samuel, Francis, John and Isabella were listed as the children of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade in the 1861 census in Cowper St, Potternewton, Yorkshire, England.
     Samuel died on 19 January 1869 aged 22. The Liverpool Mercury 21 April 1869 reported: Wade, Jan 19, on board the ship Tenassorim, homeward bound, of cholera in his 23rd year, Samuel Wesley Handy, eldest son of Mr Samuel Wesley Handy Wade, Holt Hill, Birkenhead.

Thomas Wade

(1 October 1753 - )
     Thomas Wade was born on 1 October 1753 in Killavally, Westmeath. He was the third son of Thomas Wade, of Killavally, Co. Westmeath, which he sold 1756, and later of lands in Co. Galway, which he purchased.
     Thomas Wade married (?) Lowe in Ireland. She was the daughter of Colonel Lowe of Newton....
     Thomas Wade married secondly Margaret Ann Handy in Ireland. One pedigree describes him as "of Dublin". He married thirldy Miss Walsh of Walshpark by whom he had no issue.
     Thomas Wade was mentioned in the will of Samuel Handy dated 1 July 1779. He was described as his son in law.
     Thomas Wade lived at Fairfield, Galway, 1779.
     Thomas died in Galway. Mr Wade having disposed of his property in Westmeath, purchased one in the co. of Galway, where he continued to reside until his death, and was succeeded by his eldest surviving son Samuel.      
Thomas Wade paid the Griffith Valuation at Carrowmore in the 1850s in Aughrim, Galway, Ireland. A Thomas Wade occupied house offices herds & stewards houses and 755 acres of land valued at £425 and sublet the school house, offices and garden to William Cowen.

Children of Thomas Wade and Margaret Ann Handy

Thomas Wade

     Thomas Wade was born in Ireland. He was the son of Thomas Wade and Margaret Ann Handy.

Thomas Wade

(1801 - )
     Thomas Wade lived at 'Fairfield House', Galway.
     Thomas Wade married Dora Rochfort. Thomas Wade was born in 1801. He was the son of Samuel Handy Wade and Miss (?) Davies.

Child of Thomas Wade and Dora Rochfort

Unknown Wade

     Unknown Wade married Margaret Fouace, daughter of Stephen Fouace and Ann Handy, before 1753.

Lt Col William Wade

     Lt Col William Wade married Henrietta Smith, daughter of Sir John Silvester Smith (Bart) and Henrietta Maria Dodsworth. He was in the 3rd Dragoon regiment and they left no issue.

Lucy Ann Wadland

     Lucy Ann Wadland was born in Sheffield, Yorkshire.
     Lucy Ann Wadland married William Burnham Wood, son of John Wood and Rebecca Burnham Bowker, after 1891.

Children of Lucy Ann Wadland and William Burnham Wood

Alfred Wafford

(before March 1844 - 25 November 1852)
     Alfred Wafford was born before March 1844 in St Giles in the Fields, London. He was the son of John Wafford and Eliza Porter. William, Henry, Maria and Alfred were listed as the children of John Wafford in the 1851 census in Denmark St, Finsbury, St Giles in the Fields, London.
     Alfred died on 25 November 1852 in London, St Giles RD, Middlesex.

Alice Wafford

(7 April 1886 - )
     Alice Wafford was born on 7 April 1886 in London, Marylebone RD. An Alice Elizabeth Wafford's birth was also registered in the Dec quarter of 1885 in the St George Hanover Square RD. She was the daughter of Wallace Walter Wafford and Lydia Anne Gutteridge. Lydia, Alice and Dorothy were listed as Wallace Walter Wafford's children in the 1901 census in 27 Little Goodge St, Tottenham Court, London.
     Alice Wafford married Reginald Tom Polley on 4 September 1911 in St Helen, Kensington, London, Middlesex. They had a son Wallace Gardney Polley (15/07/1912 - 18/07/2010) and his son has been in touch.

Ann Wafford

(before April 1800 - )
     Ann Wafford was born before April 1800 in Hackney. She was the daughter of John Wafford and Ann Wilks.
     Ann Wafford and Richard Dempster obtained a marriage licence on 18 December 1821 in London.
     Ann Wafford married Richard Dempster, son of James Dempster and Sarah Osborn, on 20 December 1821 in St John, Hackney, London. Married - Yesterday,the 20th instant, at St John's Hackney, Richard Dempster, Esq., of Marlborough-place, Brighton, to Ann, third daughter of John Wafford, Esq., of Chatham-place West, Hackney. Ann Wafford and John Wafford, Elizabeth Lee Wafford, Catherine Lee Wafford, Mary Wafford and Frances Wafford were beneficiaries in John Wafford's will proved 1836 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Ann Wafford and Richard Dempster appeared on the 1841 census in Marlborough Place, Brighton, Sussex. Richard Dempster, 45 , schoolm/ Headm, Ann 40, Richard, 6, James 15, (Richard the younger, the only one born in the county) plus pupils and other staff.
     Ann Wafford and Richard Dempster were recorded on the 1851 census in 13 Hanover Crescent, Brighton, Sussex. Richard Dempster, House & Landed proprietor, aged 57 born Mitcham, Ann wife 52 born Hackney, Richard T?, son 16, born Brighton. Servants Eliza Hiemstead ?& Harriett Ward aged 22 & 28 housemaid & cook.
     Ann Wafford and Richard Dempster appeared on the 1861 census in Brighton, Sussex. Richard aged 65 and his wife Ann aged 61, and sister in law Frances Wafford aged 61, with two servants resided in the house. Ann & Frances were both born in Hackney. Richard described himself as a landed proprietor and fundholder.
     Ann Wafford appeared on the 1871 census at the home of Catherine Lee Wafford and Richard Dempster in 11 Percy Rd, Hammersmith.
     Ann died. She may be the Ann Dempster aged 77 who died in Epsom RD, Surrey in 1877.

Child of Ann Wafford and Richard Dempster

Ann Wafford

(28 April 1800 - )
     Ann Wafford was born on 28 April 1800 in Soho, Westminster, Middlesex. She was the daughter of William Wafford and Maria Bestwick. Ann Wafford was christened on 21 September 1800 in St Anne, Soho, Westminster. Ann Wafford, of William & Maria, 21 Sep 1800, born 28 April.
     Ann Wafford possibly married George Pearce on 25 August 1822 in St Mary, Whitechapel, London.

Ann Wafford

(24 December 1802 - )
     Ann Wafford was born on 24 December 1802 in Hackney, London. She was the daughter of William Wafford and Maria Bestwick. Ann Wafford was christened on 30 January 1803 in St John, Hackney, London. Anne Wafford, daughter of William & Maria Wafford, born 24 December 1802, bapt 30 January 1803.
     Ann Wafford married George Pearce on 25 August 1822 in St Mary, Whitechapel, London.

Caroline Wafford

(circa 1828 - September 1863)
     Caroline Wafford was born circa 1828. She was the daughter of John Wafford and Eliza Porter.
     Caroline Wafford appeared on the 1841 census in the household of John Wafford and Eliza Porter in Princess Row Court, St Anne Soho, Westminster.
     Caroline Wafford married George Francis Trevan on 5 January 1851 in St George, Bloomsbury, London.
     Caroline Wafford and George Francis Trevan appeared on the 1861 census in 3 Stephen St, St Pancras, London, Middlesex. George Teevan, 34, french polisher, born St Giles in the Fields, Mdx; his wife Carolien 31, dress maker, born St John's Westminster, sons Alfred 8, born St Giles Westminster, George 5, born St Giles, Mdx and daughter Caroline 2, born St Giles, Mdx.
     Caroline's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1863 in Pancras RD, Middlesex.

Children of Caroline Wafford and George Francis Trevan

Caroline Wafford

(after 1825 - before 30 June 1880)
     Caroline Wafford was born after 1825 in Lambeth, Surrey. She could be the daughter of John & Eliza (nee Porter) aged 13 in 1841, but her marriage certificate states that her father was Thomas, deceased and that she was a minor. She was the daughter of Thomas Wafford. Caroline Wafford was christened on 7 March 1830? In St Anne, Soho, London. Caroline, duaghter of William & Elizabeth.
     Caroline Wafford and Caroline Wafford appeared on the 1841 census in Kennington Lane, Lambeth, Surrey. A Caroline Wafford, aged 12 not born in the county, was living with John Wootton, 75, independent, and various others.
     Caroline Wafford married Elijah Redgrave, son of Thomas Redgrave and Mary Whitnell, on 19 October 1846 in St Pancras Church, London. Married in the parish church by licence on Oct 19 1846, Elijah Redgrave , full age, bachelor, farmer, of St Pancras, son of Thomas Redgrave, farmer, & Caroline Wafford, minor, spinster, of St Pancras, daughter of Thomas Wafford, dead. Both signed and the witnesses were Henry Pearce & Eliza Gardiner.
     Caroline Wafford and Elijah Redgrave were recorded on the 1851 census in 6 Buckingham Place, Islington. Elijah Redgrave aged 24, greeengrocer born Crick, Northamptonshire, with his wife Caroline aged 22, born London, and children Caroline 3, born Crick, Elijah 1, born Henkfield?, Bershire and a visitor Ann Bills and an errand boy.
     Caroline Wafford and Elijah Redgrave appeared on the 1861 census in 15? York Street?, St Pancras, London. Elijah Redgrave, 32, fruiterer, born Crick, Northamptonshire, with his wife Caroline 30, born Lambeth Surrey, and children Caroline Ann 14, born Crick, Elijah 12, born Winchfield, Hants?, George 6, born Highgate, Mdx, Rebecca 4, ditto, Angelina M 1, ditto.
     Caroline Wafford and Elijah Redgrave appeared on the 1871 census in 15? York Place, St Pancras, London. Elijah Redgrave, 44, greengrocer, born Northamptonshire, with his wife Caroline 30, born Lambeth Surrey, and children Catherine 20, Wool depository, born St Pancras, Maria 18, born Highgate, George, 16, born Highgate, Rebecca 14, ditto, Angelina 12, ditto, Ezra? 10, ditto, William 8 ditto, Ernest 2, ditto.
     Caroline died before 30 June 1880 in Pancras RD.

Children of Caroline Wafford and Elijah Redgrave

Caroline Wafford

(6 March 1829 - )
     Caroline Wafford was also known as Catherine? in records. She was born on 6 March 1829 in Soho, Westminster, Middlesex. She was the daughter of William Wafford and Elizabeth Faiers. Caroline Wafford was christened on 7 March 1830 in St Anne, Soho.
     Caroline Wafford and Caroline Wafford appeared on the 1841 census in Kennington Lane, Lambeth, Surrey. A Caroline Wafford, aged 12 not born in the county, was living with John Wootton, 75, independent, and various others. Caroline Wafford witnessed John Wilkins and Elizabeth Wafford's wedding on 5 April 1846 in St Pancras Church, St Pancras, London.

Caroline Annette Wafford

(5 April 1867 - )
     Caroline Annette Wafford was born on 5 April 1867 in 23 New Compton St, London, St Giles. She was the daughter of William Wafford and Emma Broomhead. William, Emma, Henrietta, Frederick, Caroline and Harriet were listed as the children of William Wafford in the 1871 census in 30 Union Terrace?, Marylebone, Westmnster. Caroline Annette Wafford was christened on 3 June 1872 in St Andrew, St Marylebone, Westminster. George and Caroline were listed as the children of William Wafford in the 1891 census in 120 Stanhope St, St Pancras, London.
     Caroline Annette Wafford married Walter Jenn on 26 February 1893 in St Matthew's Old church, Oakley Square, London, St Pancras.

Caroline Jane Wafford

(9 April 1843 - )
     Caroline Jane Wafford was also known as Watford in records. She was christened on 9 April 1843 in London. She was the daughter of Charles Watford.
     Caroline Jane Wafford married William Hearn on 13 July 1874 in St Luke, Chelsea, London, Middlesex. Although the certificate is clearly Wafford, both she and her witness sign Watford!.

Catherine Wafford

(circa 1835 - )
     Catherine Wafford was born circa 1835 in Seven Dials, Middlesex. She was the daughter of William Wafford.
     Catherine Wafford appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Maria Aberey and Maria Bestwick in John St, Hackney South, London. She is the most likely candidate for the 8 Year child but the dates are not exact.
     Catherine Wafford married George Bills on 11 January 1855 in Kennington, Lambeth RD, Surrey. She was described as the daughter of William and was of Highgate.
     Catherine Wafford and George Bills appeared on the 1861 census in 30 Portsmouth Place, Lambeth, Surrey. George Bills, 39, proprietor of houses, born Mdx Somerstown?; his wife Catherine aged 26, born Seven Dials, their children George aged 4 & Catherine 6 months, both born Lambeth, Surrey and a visitor Catherine Redgrave aged 9, scholar, born Kings Cross, Mdx.

Children of Catherine Wafford and George Bills

Catherine Lee Wafford

(15 September 1799 - June 1885)
     Catherine Lee Wafford was christened on 15 September 1799 in St Thomas Square Independent church, Hackney, London. St Thomas's Square. Presb. Ch. of Eng. reg. former Cong. ch. 1896–1912. Attendance 1903: 67 a.m., 83 evg. Bldg.
St. Thomas's Square ch. Mare Street meeting under Sam. Palmer moved from W. to E. side of street 1773. New building. on SW. side of St. Thos.'s Sq., enlarged 1824, altered and school rooms added 1841, seating 900 in 1851. Palmer's successor 1814 was Hen. Forster Burder (d. 1864). Thos. Braidwood (d. 1806), teacher of deaf and dumb, was buried in adjoining churchyard. Attendance 1851: 414 and 120 Sun. sch. a.m., 125 aft., 400 evg; 1886: 109 a.m., 141 evg. Bldg. of brick, two-storeyed and with stuccoed and pedimented street front 1891. Listed as Cong. until 1879, although min. J. A. Picton allegedly introduced modified Anglican services. without members' full support 1869. Conveyed to Presbs. (below), who reg. ch. 1896–1912, and later became cinema (1913), then bingo hall.
At her children's registration her father's name was given as John Wafford of Hackney. At her marriage she is described as the youngest daughter. She was called Catherine formerly McKeown at her son John Wafford Dempster's death in Portland, Victoria. She was the daughter of John Wafford and Ann Wilks. Catherine Lee Wafford witnessed the second marriage of James Eve and Mary Wafford on 17 June 1820, St John, Hackney; Mary Wafford, single, & James Eve, widower of St Bride, by licence, in the presence of J? Wafford & Catherine Wafford. A Richard Wafford Eve was registered as a doctor 1 Jan 1859 - presumably a son, he was of Deptford then Brockley, London.
     Catherine Lee Wafford married John Smith Dempster, son of James Dempster and Sarah Osborn, on 17 July 1821 in Hackney. On the 17th inst at St John's, Hackney, Mr John Smith Dempster, third son of the late J Dempster, esq., of Baron House, Mitcham, to Catherine, youngest daughter of Mr John Wafford, of Chatham Place, West Hackney. They obtained a licence from Faculty Office marriage licence allegations on 11 July. Catherine Lee Wafford and John Smith Dempster witnessed Richard Dempster and Ann Wafford's wedding on 20 December 1821 in St John, Hackney, London. Catherine Lee Dempster and John Wafford, John Smith Dempster and Richard Dempster witnessed Denis Boully and Elizabeth Lee Wafford's wedding on 10 January 1832 in Hackney, London . Catherine Lee Wafford and Ann Wafford, John Wafford, Elizabeth Lee Wafford, Mary Wafford and Frances Wafford were beneficiaries in John Wafford's will proved 1836 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Catherine Lee Wafford and John Smith Dempster appeared on the 1841 census in 'Falkland House', Turnham Green, Chiswick, Middlesex. Falkland House, next to Turnham Green, was headed by John Dempster, aged 40, schoolmaster, not born in the county, Catherine Dempster, 35, born in county, John Dempster, 15, Richard 15, Engineer's apprentice, Hubert 11, Charlotte, 4, none born in county, Percival 1, born in county. Among the pupils are Robert and William Dempster aged 14 and 11, neither born in the county.
     In John Smith Dempster's will dated 23 September 1845 in Turnham Green, Chiswick, Catherine Lee Wafford was named as heir and executrix of the estate.
     Catherine Lee Wafford and John Smith Dempster were recorded on the 1851 census in 'Falkland House', Chiswick, London. John S Dempster, 55, schoolmaster, born Mitcham, Surrey with his wife Catherine aged 47, born Hackney, children Catherine E, unmarried aged 23, Hubert F, unmarried aged 21, both born at Mitcham, Wallace H, aged 3, born Chiswick; Emily A, 17, born Chiswick; with assistants and servants. Catherine Lee Wafford and John Smith Dempster and Catherine Elizabeth Dempster witnessed William Henry Spratt and Emily Ann Dempster's wedding on 23 August 1855 in Christ Church, Turnham Green, Chiswick, Brentford RD, Middlesex.
     Catherine Lee Wafford and John Smith Dempster appeared on the 1861 census in 'Falkland House', Ballards Lane, Finchley, London. John S Dempster, head, married, 65, schoolmaster, born Mitcham, Sry; his wife Catherine aged 61, born Hackney; daughter Catherine E, unmarried, 39, scholar, born Mitcham; unmarried daughter Charlotte A, 23?, scholar, born Turnham Green, Mdx; son Wallace H, 12, scholar, born Turnham Green; with 12 resident pupils, 3 servants and 2 assistant masters. Catherine Lee Wafford was an executor of Catherine Lee Wafford's estate on 11 June 1868 in the Principal Probate Registry, London.
     Catherine Lee Wafford and Richard Dempster appeared on the 1871 census in 11 Percy Rd, Hammersmith. Catherine Dempster, head, widow, 71, born Hackney; Catherine E Dempster, 42, daughter born Mitcham Surrey, Ann Dempster aged 78, married, visitor born Hackney, Richard Dempster aged 78 born Mitcham, married, visitor with Sarah Ann Hooper aged 18 born Middlesex, servant.
     Catherine Lee Wafford appeared on the 1881 census in Waterloo Square V..., South Bersted, Sussex. Catherine Dempster, aged 81, head, widow, annuitant, born Hackney, Middlesex. Her grand daughter Kate, aged 12, born Camden Town, Middlesex was living with her.
     Catherine's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1885 in Lewisham RD, Kent.

Children of Catherine Lee Wafford and John Smith Dempster

Dorothy Wafford

(27 March 1892 - )
     Dorothy Wafford was born on 27 March 1892. She was the daughter of Wallace Walter Wafford and Lydia Anne Gutteridge. Lydia, Alice and Dorothy were listed as Wallace Walter Wafford's children in the 1901 census in 27 Little Goodge St, Tottenham Court, London.
     Dorothy Wafford married John Joseph Puttman on 3 February 1919 in St Helen, Kensington, London, Middlesex.

Eliza Alice Wafford

(23 December 1858 - )
     Eliza Alice Wafford was also known as Alice in records. She was born on 23 December 1858 in 18 Hackney Rd, Shoredith, London. A descendant Colin Milson gives 17 September 1858 as the birth bdate. She was the daughter of John Henry Wafford and Harriett Haynes. Eliza Alice Wafford was christened on 27 May 1860 in St James, Westminster. Henry, Alice and Edmund were listed as the children of John Henry Wafford in the 1861 census in 36 Nottingham Place, Mile End Old Town, London. Eliza, Wallace, William and George were listed as the children of John Henry Wafford in the 1871 census in 14 East St, Marylebone, London. Wallace, George and Eliza were listed as the children of John Henry Wafford in the 1881 census in 15 Barrett Street, St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex.
     Eliza Alice Wafford married Charles Bishop Kimpton on 29 January 1882 in St Thomas, St Marylebone, London. Charles Bishop Kimpton, 26. widower, athlete, of the parish of St George Hanover Square, son of Richard Frederick Kimpton, deceased gentleman, to, Eliza Alice Wafford, 23, spinster, of 15 Berrett St, daughter of John Wafford, fishmonger. Both signed in the presence of Wallace Wafford.
     Eliza Alice Wafford and Richard Leonard Hawkins appeared on the 1891 census in 30 Ash Grove, Hendon. Richard L Hawkins, 41, head, living on means, born Kensington with wife (sic) Eliza A Kimpton, 32, born Hackney, children Maud 8, Howard 2 & Arthur Kimpton 1, born N London, W London & Cricklewood, with a 21 year old nurse.
     Richard Leonard Hawkins married secondly Eliza Alice Wafford on 25 May 1891 in the Register Office, Hendon RD.
     Eliza Alice Wafford and Richard Leonard Hawkins appeared on the 1901 census in 40 Ranelagh Rd, Ealing, London. Hawkins, Richard L, Head, Married M 50 1851, Engineer, born Kensington
London; Alice Wife F 42 1859 , born Hackney London, HAWKINS, Maud Daughter Single F 18 1883 , Marylebone, London; HAWKINS, Howard Son M 12 1889 born Kilburn
London; HAWKINS, Arthur G, Son M 11 1890 Cricklewood, London; BROW, Isabella Visitor Married F 72 1829
Henley, Berkshire; HUNT, Eliza F 16 1885 Servant Domestic, born Maidstone, Kent.
     Eliza Alice Wafford and Richard Leonard Hawkins appeared on the 1911 census in 38 Cambridge Gardens, Kensington, London. Richard Leonard Hawkins 60, Eliza Alice Hawkins 52, married for 24 years, she has 2 living children of the present marriage (none deceased); pencil manufacturer, born Kensington, Mdx, his wife was born Hackney.

Child of Eliza Alice Wafford and Charles Bishop Kimpton

Children of Eliza Alice Wafford and Richard Leonard Hawkins

Elizabeth Wafford

(21 March 1825 - )
     Elizabeth Wafford was christened on 21 March 1825 in St Anne, Soho, Westminster. She was the daughter of William Wafford and Elizabeth Faiers.
     Elizabeth Wafford appeared on the 1841 census in Deptford Bridge, Greenwich, Kent. Elizabeth Wafford, 15, female servant, not born in the county was living independently in the household of George Wetherly?, 50, butcher.
     Elizabeth Wafford married John Wilkins on 5 April 1846 in St Pancras Church, St Pancras, London.

Elizabeth Lee Wafford

(22 February 1795 - )
     Elizabeth Lee Wafford was christened on 22 February 1795 in St Thomas Square Independent church, Hackney, London. She was the daughter of John Wafford and Ann Wilks. Elizabeth Lee Wafford and Mary Ann Dempster, John Wafford and Mary Eve witnessed John Smith Dempster and Catherine Lee Wafford's wedding on 17 July 1821 in St John, Hackney. She may be the Eliza Wafford who witnessed Catharine Wafford's marriage to John Smith Dempster in 1821.
     Elizabeth Lee Wafford married Denis Boully on 10 January 1832 in St John, Hackney, London. Elizabeth Lee Wafford and Ann Wafford, John Wafford, Catherine Lee Wafford, Mary Wafford and Frances Wafford were beneficiaries in John Wafford's will proved 1836 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Child of Elizabeth Lee Wafford and Denis Boully

Elizabeth Mary Wafford

(March 1893 - )
     Elizabeth Mary Wafford's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1893 in London, Pancras RD. She was the daughter of William Henry Wafford and Elizabeth Hall. William, Frank and Elizabeth were listed as William Henry Wafford's children in the 1901 census in 162 London Rd, Islington, London.
     Elizabeth Mary Wafford married Herbert Walter White on 26 March 1921 in St George, Tufnell Park, London.

Emma Maria Wafford

(7 October 1860 - )
     Emma Maria Wafford was born on 7 October 1860 in London. She was the daughter of William Wafford and Emma Broomhead. Emma Maria Wafford was christened on 28 October 1860 in St James, Westminster. William, Emma, Henrietta, Frederick, Caroline and Harriet were listed as the children of William Wafford in the 1871 census in 30 Union Terrace?, Marylebone, Westmnster.
     Emma Maria Wafford married Henry William Irons on 9 September 1884 in St Martin, Kentish Town, Pancras RD, Middlesex.