James Chatton
(Cir 1785-)
(Cir 1785-)
Eliza Chatten
(Cir 1824-)


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1. Thomas Milburn

Eliza Chatten

  • Born: Cir 1824, Swefling, Suffolk
  • Christened: 12 Sep 1824, Swefling, Suffolk
  • Marriage (1): Thomas Milburn on 29 Jan 1847 in Saint John The Baptist, Shoreditch, London

bullet  General Notes:

possible 1841 census entry

1841 census
Eliza Chatten age 15 not born Essex West Ham Essex, servant
ho107 323 / 13 ED7 62 27

Marriages Mar qtr 1847 Milburn Thomas // Chatten Eliza Shoreditch 2 309

father shown as James Chatten, occ Shoemaker
James Chatten and Mary Timpson shown as present
James Chatten her brother ?

1851 census
Mary Milburn age 65 Frelola ???, Essex Head Shoreditch Middlesex, widow occ dealer in bottles ?
Thomas Milburn age 31 ?? Holborn son Shoreditch Middlesex , married occ wine cooper
George Milburn age 23 Holborn son Shoreditch Middlesex , unmarried occ wine cooper
Eliza Milburn age 29 Suffolk daughter in law Shoreditch Middlesex
1851 census ho107 1535 498 14

1861 census
Thomas Milburn age 40 Midd, Holborn, St Andrew Head Islington Middlesex, occ wine cooper
Eliza Milburn
age 36 Swefling, Suffolk wife Islington Middlesex
1861 census RG9 143 76 32

1871 census living in Talbot Hotel Campsey Ash
Thomas Milburn age 44 Holborn, Middlesex Head Campsey Ash Suffolk, occ Inn keeper
Eliza Milburn age 39 Sweffling, Suffolk wife Campsey Ash Suffolk
Sopha Gunn age 23 Wickham Market, Suffolk Servant Campsey Ash Suffolk
1871 census rg10 1763 24 10

This property, Talbot Hotel, is listed in Eliza's brother James Chatten's probate details

not living in Talbot Hotel in 1881


bullet  Documentary notes:

1. Marriage, 29 Jan 1847, Hoxton, St John the Baptist, London. ----------click picture to the right to view


Eliza married Thomas Milburn on 29 Jan 1847 in Saint John The Baptist, Shoreditch, London. (Thomas Milburn was born circa 1821 in Holborn, London.)

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