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1 Frederick Huntley Massiter, age 27, Bachelor, Pattern Maker, residence 16 St Faith's Lane, Norwich, father Thomas Smith Massiter, father's occupation Brass Finisher.
Clara Ethel Chapman, age 27, residence Eldon Street, father Henry Prowse Chapman, father's occupation Master Mariner.
Witnesses: Henry Prowse hapman and Robert Robson Massiter
Minister: Charles H Newman, Vicar. 
Family: F37
 
2 No children Family: F92
 
3 No children Family: F94
 
4 No children Family: F95
 
5 Thomas Smith Massiter, age 26, Bachelor, Brass Finisher, residence 18 Brougham Street, father John Massiter, father's occupation Shipwright.
Mary Ann Sharp, age 25, Spinster, residence 18 Brougham Street, father George Sharp, father's occupation Mariner.
Witnesses: James Wolfs and John Massiter
Minister: J W Osman, Curate 
Family: F42
 
6 Hilda died at the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Rebekah House for the Aged. Located at 3233 N St, NW, Wash, DC Hilda Anderson
 
7 Annie made oil paintings and sold them to Macy's. She also made custom lamp shades Annie Baylis
 
8 Henry II and Mercy were married in the little church on Tower Green inside the walls of the Tower of London. Most of the Baylis family were buried in Tower Hamlets in the church cemetery. Stepney Green and Walthamstowe are on the east side of London and now a slum area. The "works" was also known as the "print works" so it is possible some printing was done. Manufacturer of varnishes and printers? ink in Stepney Green. His factory furnished all the ink used by the London Times, a prominent paper in those days and still is. At first they lived near the "work", then moved to Walthamstowe.

 
Henry Francis Baylis, II
 
9 London Gazette 18 May 1841
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Henry Francis Baylis, Henry Utting Culley, and Baron Brightwell, of Montagu-street, Whitechapel, in the county of Middlesex, Printing Ink, Lamp Black, and Varnish Manufacturers, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. All debts owing to or by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said Henry Utting Culley, who will continue to carry on the business. ?Witness our hands the 13th day of May 1841.
Henry Francis Baylis.
Henry Utting Culley.
Barron Brig/itwctl. 
Henry Francis Baylis, II
 
10 London Gazette 30 Jan 1857

PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a cause Herbert Ingram against Mercy Baylis, Widow, the specialty creditors of Henry Francis Baylis, late of Old Montague-street, Whitechapel, in the county of Middlesex, Printing Ink, Varnish, and Color Manufacturer, who died in or about the month of June, 1856, are, by their Solicitors, on or before the 19th day of February, 1857, to come in and prove their debts at the chambers of the Vice-Chancellor Sir William Page Wood, at No. 11, New-square, Lincoln's-inn, Middlesex, or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said Decree Tuesday, the 24th day of February, 1857, at twelve o'clock at noon, at the said chambers, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the claims. -Dated this 28th day of January, 1857.

 
Henry Francis Baylis, II
 
11 Captain, Canadian Army Nursing Sisters, WWII, active service overseas. Charlotte Gertrude Bolt
 
12 1841 census: residing at Wear, Maker, Cornwall with parents & siblings. Age given as ? months
Birth reg. December 1840 Stoke Damerel 9 401 or 404
Pres death reg. June 1843 Stoke Damerel 9 284 or June 1850 Stoke Damerel 9 293.

Catherine Chapman
 
13 Buried with his wife Clara in Coniston churchyard.
From Crockfords Clerical Directory 1899:
Late Scholar of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. BA 1858, MA 1862.
Deacon 1858, priest 1859, Winchester.
Vicar of Church Coniston, Diocese of Carlisle 1870 (Patron: The Peache Trustees; net inc. 220 and house; pop. 965). Formerly Chaplain, Royal Navy and Naval Instructor 1860-70.
Marriage to Clara E Edwards March 1866 Droxford 2c 169
Death reg. Dec 1905 Ulverston 8e 521 
Charles Chapman
 
14 Married Olive Soulsby. Children Harry (died of TB age c. 12), Audrey, Olive and Charles.
 
Charles Chapman
 
15 1823: not mentioned in mother's will.
Poss. burial 29 July 1826 at Stoke Damerel. Age 40 (error for 46?). Abode Fore Street. 
Charles William Beever Chapman
Francis Fabes
 
16 1841 census: residing at Wear, Maker, Cornwall with parents & siblings. Age given as 9
1851 census: residing at 1 Devonshire Terrace, St Andrews, Plymouth, age 19.
1871 census: resident at 80 St Andrews, Hillingdon, Middlesexwith father William (age 76) and Sarah Lelliott (age 22, domestic servant) - 1871 census. Professor of music.
1871/72: Executrix of father's will.

Marriage reg. Sep 1878 Ulverston 8e 1037 (married in Lancashire, presumably by brother Charles).

Death reg. Dec 1903 Brentford 3a 67, age 72

1881 census: Age 50. Living at Chilcompton, Somerset with husband Patrick and his daughter, Helen, age 35, born Chilcompton.
1891 census: Living at Daventry, Northants. as Boarder. Living on own means.
1901 census: Living at 1 Western Road, Ealing. Lodger, widow.

Patrick and Helen O'Kearney were at the Hollies, Chilcompton in 1891. Living on own means.
Helen died in 1895 and Patrick in 1898. 
Charlotte Prowse Chapman
 
17 1881 census - age 2
1891 census - age 12, address 15 Hawthorn Street, Bishopwearmouth.
1901 census - age 22. Living at 15 Hawthorn Street South, Bishopwearmouth.
Married George Hart.
Marriage reg. June 1907 Sunderland10a 1116.
1911 Address: 50 Keswick Street, Gateshead.
Children - Marjorie - married Harold Gibson - no children.
Steven - married Connie - 2 sons, Robin and Steven.
George - married Kitty from Barrow-in-Furness, where they lived. Children, Steven and others.
Birth reg. June 1878 Teesdale 10a 287. 
Charlotte Prowse Chapman
 
18 Poss. William Fabes buried 4 July 1815 at Stoke Damerel. Age 27. Edwin Chapman
William Fabes
 
19 1841 census: residing at Wear, Maker, Cornwall with parents & siblings. Age given as 12.
1851 census: residing at 1 Devonshire Terrace, St Andrews, Plymoputh, age 23. 
Frederick Chapman
 
20 1841 census: residing at Wear, Maker, Cornwall with parents & siblings. Age given as 7.
1871: in New Zealand! See father's will.
 
George Prowse Chapman
 
21 Birth reg. March 1890 Sunderland 10a 537.
 
Harry Prouse Chapman
 
22 Birth reg. ref. June 1843 Stoke Damerel 9 426. Parents' address 27 St Aubyn Street, Devonport.
1851 census: residing at 1 Devonshire Terrace, St Andrews, Plymoputh, age 7.
Can't find on 1861 & 1871 censuses - at sea?
1871: mentioned in father's will.
1881 census -age 37. Living at 15 Blandford street, Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland.
1891 census - age 46, address 15 Hawthorn Street, Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland
1901 census - age 58. Living at 15 Hawthorn Street South, Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland

Death registration: September 1924 Sunderland 10a 630, age 81. 
Henry Prowse Chapman
 
23 Age 73 at time of death.
Described on daughter's death certificate 1844 as "James Chapman, Gentleman, deceased"
His own will (1822) also describes him as "gentleman" and "of Plymouth Dock". Has house in Bull Hill, Plymouth which was left to daughter Mary. One of the witnesses of the will is Loveday Holman. 
James Chapman
 
24 1841 census: residing at Wear, Maker, Cornwall with parents & siblings. Age given as 14
James Hayne Chapman
 
25 Birth registration - June 1880 Sunderland 10a 636.
Marriage reg. Sep 1914 Sunderland 10a 1245.
Death reg. Sep 1974 Sunderland 2 1603 - born 30 May 1880.

No children. 
Margaret Alicia Chapman
 
26 1841 census: residing at Wear, Maker, Cornwall with parents & siblings. Age given as 4.
1851 census: residing at 1 Devonshire Terrace, St Andrews, Plymoputh, age 16.
1861 census: pres id/w Mary Chapman, age 25, unmarried, Professor of singing and piano, born Plymouth, Devon. Living at Derby Road, Croydon, Surrey. Head of household with domestic servant Mary Evans.
Marriage reg. Sept 1862 Croydon 2a 238
1871: mentioned in father's will. Married to George Roger Prowse (first cousin).
 
Mary Alicia Chapman
 
27 Possibly the Mary Chapman who ran a Ladies Seminary in Chapel Street, Plymouth Dock? See Plymouth, Stonehouse and Devonport Directory 1830. William Chapman is at 51 St Aubyn Street.
Never married.
1841 census: prob the Mary Chapman, age 45, living at Hessenford, St Germans, Cornwall (next door to vicarage?). Independent means. Not born in county.
In same household are Loveday Holman, age 75, and William Holman, age 65. Both of independent means and not born in county.

Mary Hayne Chapman died at Downderry in St Germans parish. Cause of death "apoplexy". Described as "Daughter of James Chapman, Gentleman, deceased".
WEST BRITON AND CORNWALL ADVERTISER - 26 JANUARY 1844
Deaths: At Down Derry, St. Germans, on the 18th instant, after a short illness, MRS. MARY HAYNE CHAPMAN, aged 51 years. 
Mary Hayne Chapman
 
28 Death reg. June 1838 Stoke Damerel 9 274 or 276 Thomas White Chapman
 
29 Married by 1747. William Chapman
 
30 Married Charlotte Prowse 5 October 1821 at Stoke Damerel, Devon. Described as solicitor.
Witnesses: R. Prowse, S. Prowse, Mary Hayne Chapman and Caroline White.
Officiating minister: William Prowse.
Solicitor of St Aubyn Street, Devonport.

1841 census: residing at Wear, Maker, Cornwall with family. Age given as 45 (rounded down). Also in household are Sophia Prowse, age 20, and Mary Popham, Servant, age 20.
1851 census: a visitor at 9 Howley Place, Paddington W2, home of John Galsworthy & family. Age 56, occ. Attorney & Solicitor, born St Andrews, Devon. N.B. Galsworthys are from Devon - Plymstock and Stoke Damerel. This John Galsworthy is the grandfather of novelist John Galsworthy. He was a businessman in Devonport, retired to London c. 1833.
1861 census: living at 27 St Aubyn St., described as widower. Born Plymouth.
1871 census: pres id/w William Chapman, age 76,widower, retired solicitor, resident at 80 St Andrews, Hillingdon, Middlesex with daughter Charlotte (age 40) and Sarah Lelliott (age 22, domestic servant). Born Plymouth.

William Chapman, death reg. Dec 1871 Uxbridge 3a 11. Died at 45 St Andrews, Hillingdon, Mddsx., age 77; cause, "Syncope, pneumonia, certified". Informant, Charles Roberts, 46 St Andrews, Hillingdon, "in attendance". (1871 census records Charles Roberts at 48 St Andrews, age , General Practitioner.)
See Will. 
William Chapman
 
31 1841 census: residing at Wear, Maker, Cornwall with parents & siblings. Age given as 15.
1851 census: residing at 1 Devonshire Terrace, St Andrews, Plymouth, age 25. Unmarried.
1871 census: living at 2 Lansdowne Villas, Lansdowne Road, Croydon. Age 46. Retired Paymaster R. N. orn Devon, Stoke Damerel. also at address is wife Ellen and general servant Jane Thompson, age 20, born Norfolk.

Death Cert: Died 8 May 1871 at 2 Lansdowne Villas, Lansdowne Road, Croydon. Age 46, occ. Gentleman.
Cause: Desease of the mucous membrane of the stomach, 18 months, exhaustion. Certified.

1871: mentioned in father's will - deceased before father. 
William Henry Chapman
 
32 Age 74 at death.
Poss.id/w Elizabeth Cole, chr. 18 March 1749, Stoke Damerel, dau. of Richard and Mary Cole (C052421). There is a brother, Richard Cole, chr. 23 Nov 1751 at Stoke Damerel. 
Elizabeth Cole
George Roger Prowse
 
33 Death reg. March 1855 Plymouth 5b 238 Clara Elizabeth Edwards
Polly Fabes
 
34 1823: not mentioned in mother's will.
Poss. burial 29 July 1826 at Stoke Damerel. Age 40 (error for 46?). Abode Fore Street. 
Charles William Beever Chapman
Francis Fabes
 
35 Burial 18 Jan 1815 Stoke Damerel, age 80. Name appears in Stoke Damerel burials as Faber.
From Plymouth Artificiers 1779 (workmen employed at Plymouth Dock Yard - later Devonport Royal Dockyard):
Fras. Fabes, age 41, Scavelman, time of service 10 years 9 months, widower with 2 children, good workman, height 5 ft. 8 in., complexion Fresh, "cut on shin of right leg", from parish of Plymouth Dock.
 
Francis Fabes
 
36 Death reg. March 1855 Plymouth 5b 238 Clara Elizabeth Edwards
Polly Fabes
 
37 Poss. William Fabes buried 4 July 1815 at Stoke Damerel. Age 27. Edwin Chapman
William Fabes
 
38 Basil was a Coldstream Guard who was killed by a sniper in Italy during World War 2. His mother Vie would receive acard from the Queen each each because he was part of the Palace Guard. Basil Floyd
 
39 As per the 1901 census Harry was a Blacksmith Striker Harry Floyd
 
40 Harry arrived 1 year ahead of his family and stayed with his Uncle Mullony (Melaney, Mullany) at Bayonne City, New Jersey. At this time, he studied to be a machinist Harry Floyd
 
41 Forebears - Hugenots that came over from France in the 1500s. They were silk weavers. She and Henry II were married in the little church on Tower Green inside the walls of the Tower of London. Most of the Baylis family were buried in Tower Hamlets in the church cemetery. Stepney Green and Walthamstowe are on the east side of London and now a slum area. The "works" was also known as the "print works" so it is possible some printing was done. Manufacturer of varnishes and printers? ink in Stepney Green. His factory furnished all the ink used by the London Times, a prominent paper in those days and still is. At first they lived near the "work", then moved to Walthamstowe.
 
Mercy Gilbert
 
42 London Gazette 30 Jan 1857

PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a cause Herbert Ingram against Mercy Baylis, Widow, the specialty creditors of Henry Francis Baylis, late of Old Montague-street, Whitechapel, in the county of Middlesex, Printing Ink, Varnish, and Color Manufacturer, who died in or about the month of June, 1856, are, by their Solicitors, on or before the 19th day of February, 1857, to come in and prove their debts at the chambers of the Vice-Chancellor Sir William Page Wood, at No. 11, New-square, Lincoln's-inn, Middlesex, or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said Decree Tuesday, the 24th day of February, 1857, at twelve o'clock at noon, at the said chambers, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the claims. -Dated this 28th day of January, 1857.

 
Mercy Gilbert
 
43 Pres death reg. June 1845 Plymouth 9 264 John Greet
Mary Alicia Hayne
 
44 1891 census: Orphan Asylum, Sunderland
Marriage reg. June 1907 Sunderland10a 1116.
1911 Address: 50 Keswick Street, Gateshead. 
George Hart
 
45 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. George Hart
 
46 Pres death reg. June 1845 Plymouth 9 264 John Greet
Mary Alicia Hayne
 
47 1851 census: age 2, living at Westoe, South Shields, Co Durham, with parents.
1861 census: name appears as Mary H. Johnson. Living with parents at 9 Crescent Row, Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland.
1891 census - age 42, address 15 Hawthorn Street, Bishopwearmouth. Name appears as Anna.
1901 census - age 57. Living at 15 Hawthorn Street South, Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland.

Birth Reg. Office ref. South Shields March 1849, 24 246.

Death reg. September 1923 Sunderland 10a 540, age 74.

 
Hannah Gallon Johnson
 
48 Marriage reg. Sunderland 10a 542a - December 1883.
Death registration - March 1964 Sunderland 1A 904. 
Frederick Huntley Massiter
 
49 Birth registration March 1881Sunderland 10a 645 (poss. 545).
Marriage reg. Sep 1914 Sunderland 10a 1245.
Death reg. Sep 1969 Sunderland 1a 1864 - born 12 Jan 1881. 
Robert Robson Massiter
 
50 George Fabes Prowse Matthews is the 1901 Census of Canada, which shows the family in St. Henri, Hochelaga, Quebec and lists his occupation as ?commercial traveler? George Fabes Prowse Matthews
 

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