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William Hone B 31 Mar 1755; The William Hone Biotext biography; D 1831, bd Bunhill Fields, London, 12 Feb, aged 76, from Percival Street. = Frances Maria (Stawell); D 1833, | bd Bunhill Fields 22 Apr, aged 76, | from Percival Street. | | | | | _William Hone B at Bath 3 June 1780; portrait | | by George Patten at National Portrait Gallery, | | London; The William Hone Biotext ed by Kyle Grimes, | | University of Alabama at Birmingham; Romantic Circles' | | brief chronology of life; D 6 Nov 1842, bd Abney Park | | Cemetery, Stoke Newington, N London, gv 316 sq 76, | | aged 62, from Grove Place, Tottenham, funeral attended | | by Charles Dickens and George Cruikshank; 10 Jan 1843 | | £40, a division of the goods chattels and credits of | | William Hone late of no 8 Grove Place Tottenham, granted | | to Sarah Hone widow, the relict of the deceased. |_| | = Sarah (Johnson) B in Southwark 30 Nov 1781; D 26 Sept 1864, bd Abney | | Park gv 316 sq 76, aged 83, from Somerford Grove, the residence of her | | son-in-law Joseph Simmonds Soul and daughter Ellen Soul,. | | | M 19 July 1800, St Anne's Soho, each of the parish. | | | | _Sarah (Hone) B 1801; bpt 25 Oct 1801 St Mary's Lambeth, d of William | | | & Sarah Hone; emigrated to Australia, Melbourne, lost everything | | | in the Gippsland floods 1870 (MEHS); D 3 Aug 1883 Melbourne, Vic. | |_| | | = Jacob Henry Burn _Robert Burn B 14 Mar 1825 London | | | | _George Preece Burn B ca 1857 | | M 13 July 1822, St Martin-in-the-Fields, | | | | | each of the parish, in the pres of W Hone, |_Henry Burn B 19 Jan 1827 London |_Robert Henry Burn B 1858 Victoria, D in infancy | | | Fanny Hone, & Matilda Hone. | | _Alice M. Granberg B 1911, | | |_____________________________________________| |_Mary Rose Burn B 1869 Victoria, Australia | W Australia _Doreen Barrett | | |_Allan Burn B 27 Oct 1828 | | | | | London, D 1883 Bairnsdale, |_Alice Charlotte (Burn) | | _Wesley Barrett | | Victoria, Australia | B 3 June 1862 Victoria, _May Constance (Williams) |_Lillian Constance (Granberg) |_Mervyn Barrett | | | | | B 1884, Victoria; D 9 March | B 1913 W Australia; D 1998 | | = Michelle (Otway-Melvin) | | = Joice (Morgan) B 17 June 1833, | = David Evan Williams | 1964 W Australia. | W Australia | = Cheryl (Grant) d of Hector | | | | Tredegar, Wales, d of John | | B 1 July 1864 Belvoir, | | | | Grant, B 23 July 1905 | | | | Morgan & Elizabeth (Edwards) | | Victoria, s of Evan | = Frans Edward Granberg | = Richard John Barrett | | Glasgow, D 1 Apr 1986 | | | | | | Williams and Besty | | B 1880 s of Frans | | B 24 Oct 1912, Lancashire, | | W Austrlia, & Freda E. | | | M Feb 1856 Taraville, | | (Jenkins), D 2 Jan 1917 | | Granberg & Maria | | England; D 6 Dec 1974 W | | (Scot) B 1909 W Australia, |_Matthew Barrett | | | South Gippsland, Victoria | | Katanning, W Australia. | | (Erickasen), D 1940 | | Australia | | D 5 Mar 2003 W Australia | | | | Australia | | | | W Australia | | | | | = Lauren Fernandez | | |_________________________________| | | | | M 1936 W Australia. | M W Australia | | | | | | M 28 Dec 1910 | | | |_____________________________| | | | M 8 Nov 1833, Middle | |___________________________| |____________________________| |_Melissa (Barrett) | | | | Creek, Wodonga | | | | | | |__________________________| |_David Edward Kitchener |_Cheryl Barrett = Lachlan Simson | | | | Granberg B 1 Oct 1916 | | | |_William Allan Burn B 1864 | W Australia, D 1968 W |_Wayne Barrett | | | Victoria, D 1865 |_Arthur Allan G. Williams Australia | | | | B 1885 Victoria | | |_Fanny Helina Burn B 1866 | | | | Victoria, D 1872 | = Maud M. (Oakey) | | | | | | | |_Hilda May Burn B 1868 | M 1911 W Australia | | | Victoria | | | | |_Evan Jenkins Williams | | |_Katie Burn B 1872 B 1887 Victoria | | | Victoria | | | = Hannah (Thomas) | | | | | | | M 1911 W Australia | | | | | |_Elizabeth Lillian Burn B 1876 Victoria | | | | | |_Fanny (Hone) B 5 Apr 1803; 1881 census, 3 Nightingale Rd, | | household of Joseph Simmonds Soul, widow, 77, B City | | of London; D 10 Mar 1883 at residence of her son | | Thomas at Margaretting, Essex (MEHS), bd Abney Park, Stoke | | Newington, 15 Mar, aged 79. | | | | = Thomas Hemsley B 11 June _Thomas Hemsley B 16 Aug 1827 King St, Tower Hill, parish of | | | 1798, Newington Butts, | St Botolph Aldgate, bpt 30 Dec 1834 King's Weigh House Chapel | | | Surrey, bpt King's Weigh | by Thomas Binney, s of Thomas Hemsley optician, & Fanny (Hone); | | | House Chapel, 30 Dec 1834, | 1881 census, Ivy Cottage, Margaretting, Essex, widower, 53, | | | s of Thomas Hemsley optician | optician employing 7 men, B City of London; 1901 census, 15 | | | & Elizabeth (Seaton); 1834 | Cleveland Rd, Wanstead, Essex, widower, 73, nautical optician, | | | Directory, 11 King St, Tower | working on own account, B parish of St Botolph, Aldgate. | | | Hill. | | | | | = Jessie (Franklyn) B 30 Nov 1825; D 29 Nov 1869, bd 4 Dec, | | M 29 Apr 1826 St Botolph- | | Abney Park, Stoke Newington, with Franklyn Charles. | | without-Aldgate by licence, | | | | spinster, of the parish of | M 11 Aug 1851. Elstree. | | St James Clerkenwell, and | | | | bachelor of the parish, in | | _Thomas Franklyn Hemsley B 9 Dec 1851; 1901 census 15 Capel Rd, | | pres of W. Hone & Matilda | |_| East Ham, widower, 49, printer's book reader, B America, New York; | | Hone. | | D 3 Jan 1916. | | | | | | | | | | = Clara Willmott (Thomas), D 1891 Q1, aged 37, Romford. | | | | | | | | |_______________________________| | M 22 June 1876, Islington. _Ethel Clara Hemsley B 3 Apr 1877, Edmonton (MEHS). | | | | |___________________________| | | | | |_Violet Mary Hemsley B 2 Apr 1878; 1901 census 15 Capel Rd, | | | | | East Ham, single, 22, B Middx Tottenham. | | | | | | | | | |_Winifred Sarah Hemsley B 15 Oct 1879. | | | | | | | | | |_Jessie Maud Hemsley B 3 May 1881, Edmonton, (MEHS); 1901 census 3 Nightingale Rd, | | | | | Hackney, niece of head of household Joseph Simmonds Soul, | | | | | single, 19, art needleworker, B Tottenham. | | | | | | | | | |_Gladys Margaret Hemsley B 26 Nov 1882; D 17 Aug 1883; | | | | | bd Abney Park 22 Aug, aged 8 months, Sq D06. | | | | | | | | | |_Thomas Alexis Franklyn Hemsley B 12 Nov 1884 (MEHS); 1901 census | | | | | 15 Capel Rd, West Ham, 16, mercantile clerk, B Middx Tottenham; | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |_Robert Harry Hemsley B 9 May 1886, Romford (MEHS); 1901 census | | | | | 15 Capel Rd, West Ham, 14, mercantile clerk, B Essex Upminster; | | | | | emigrated to Australia, Australian I.F., wounded at Ypres 10 October | | | | | 1917, D 12 October 1917 (MEHS); D 12 Oct 1917, aged 31, private, | | | | | 17th Bn Australian Infantry, A.I.F, son of Thomas Franklyn & Clara | | | | | Wilmott Hemsley, grave XXI.A.20A Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery (CWGC)). | | | | | | | | | |_Doris Evelyn Hemsley B 6 Feb 1888, Romford (MEHS); 1901 census | | | | | 15 Capel Rd, West Ham, 13, B Essex Upminster. | | | | | | | | | |_Daisy Rosalie Hemsley B 25 Feb 1891, Romford; 1901 | | | | census, 15 Cleveland Rd, Wanstead, Essex, gd-daughter | | | | in household of Thomas Hemsley, 10, B Upminster, | | | | Essex. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |_Jessie Hemsley, 1881 census, Ivy Cottage, Margaretting, Essex, | | | | 27, B City of London; 1901 census, 15 Cleveland Rd, Wanstead, | | | | Essex, daughter in household of Thomas Hemsley, single, B | | | | parish of St Botolph, Aldgate; D 3 Oct 1945, aged 92. | | | | | | | |_Henry Franklyn Hemsley, 1881 census, Ivy Cottage, Margaretting, | | | | Essex, 24, clerk, B City of London. | | | | | | | |_Mary Hemsley, B 8 Mar 1859; 1881 census, Ivy Cottage, Margaretting, | | | | Essex, 22, B City of London; D 8 Mar 1946, Beaufort, Monmouthshire. | | | | | | | | = Henry Elisha Wilkinson. | | | | | | | | | M 4 Sept 1894, Oxsted, Surrey. | | | | | | | |_George Franklyn Hemsley B 1861 Q1, Whitechapel; D 1862, | | | | bd 5 May, Abney Park, Stoke Newington, aged 14 months. | | | | | | | |_Arthur Franklyn Hemsley, D 1865, bd 28 Jan, Abney Park, | | | | Stoke Newington, gv 316 sq 76, grave of his gt gd-parents | | | | William & Sarah Hone, aged 22 months, from King St, Tower | | | | Hill. | | | | | | | |_Margaret (Hemsley), 1881 census, Ivy Cottage, Margaretting, | | | | Essex, 18, b City of London. | | | | | | | | = Walter Huckett B 31 Jan 1862. | | | | | | | | | | _Hugh Cecil Huckett B 13 July 1898, | | | | M 1889 Q3, Romford. | Antananarivo, Madagascar. | | | | |______________________| | | | | |_Arnold Walter Huckett B 27 Feb 1892, Antananarivo, Madagascar; | | | | | D 10 Aug 1915, Gallipoli, lieutenant, 5th Bn, Wiltshire Regt, | | | | | named on Helles Memorial. | | | | | | | | | |_Margaret Christina Huckett B 7 July 1894, | | | | | Antananarivo. Madagascar. | | | | | | | | | |_Oliver Sharman Huckett B 12 July 1899, Samoa; D 27 Apr 1918, | | | | France, aged 18, rifleman, 1st/8th Bn London Regt (Post Office | | | | Rifles), Rifle Brigade, s of the Rev Walter Huckett & Margaret | | | | Huckett of "Meadfoot", Cuckfield, Haywards Heath, Sussex, | | | | named on Pozieres Memorial (CWGC). | | | | | | | |_Kate Hemsley B 17 Jan 1865; 1881 census, Ivy Cottage, Margaretting, | | | | Essex, 16, scholar, B City of London; D 4 Aug 1930. | | | | | | | |_Edith Florence Hemsley B 9 July 1867; 1881 census, Ivy Cottage, | | | | Margaretting, Essex, 13, scholar, B City of London. | | | | | | | |_Franklyn Charles Hemsley B & D 1869 Q4, bd 4 Dec, Abney Park. | | | | | | | | |_William Hemsley B 27 May 1829 King St, Tower Hill, | | | bpt 30 Dec 1834 King's Weigh House Chapel, s | | | of Thomas Hemsley optician, & Fanny (Hone). | | | | | |_Fanny Hemsley B 20 Feb 1831 King St, Tower Hill, | | | bpt 30 Dec 1834 King's Weigh House Chapel, d | | | of Thomas Hemsley optician, & Fanny (Hone). | | | | | |_Emma (Hemsley) B 14 Mar 1837, D 21 Nov 1899 (MEHS). | | | | | | = John Walker. | | | | | | | M 9 Oct 1877, Islington Parish Church, spinster, | | | of full age, of 4 Milner Sq, d of Thomas Hemsley | | | optician; & bachelor, of full age, surveyor, of | | | Godstone, Surrey, s of John Wallker farmer. | | | | | |_Alfred Frederick Hemsley B 20 Apr 1844 (MEHS), | | Whitechapel; D 14 Mar 1922. | | | | = Emma (Ginder). | | | | | M 1867 Islington. | | | |_Matilda Hone B 26 July 1805; in early days was | | in business as printseller in Little Bell Alley, | | published 'Old Humphrey' for her father (MEHS); | | 1834 Directory, Grasshopper Coffee House & Hotel, | | Matilda Hone, 13 Gracechurch St London; 1844 | | Directory, City Rd, Orphan Working School, Joseph Soul | | secretary, Matilda Hone mistress; 1871 census, | | 4 Milner Sq, Islington, 65, school mistress, | | B Surrey, Lambeth; 1881 census, 3 Nightingale Rd, | | household of brother-in-law Joseph Simmonds Soul, | | 75, B Lambeth, Surrey; D 10 Sept 1884, bd Abney | | Park, gv 316 sq 76. | | | |_William Hone B 24 July 1807; bpt 9 June 1811 St Mary's Lambeth, | | s of William & Sarah Hone; died at sea (MEHS). | | | | | |_Alfred Hone B 2 Jan 1810; bpt 9 June 1811 St Mary's Lambeth s of William & Sarah | | Hone; exhibited portrait busts at the Royal Academy 1836-41 1843-4 1852 (Graves); | | 1841 census William St (now Rd), Hampstead Rd, 31, sculptor; 1851 census 12 London | | St (now Maple St, Tottenham Court Rd), 41, Sculptor, B Middlesex St Martin's; _Fanny Amelia (Hone) B 1887 Q4 Islington; 1901 | | worked for Mr Foley on the "Asia" group of the Albert Memorial (MEHS); 1881 census | census, 59 Cobbold Rd, Willesden, 13, B Highbury. | | 17 Victoria Rd, Hornsey, father of head of household Alfred Hone, annuitant, 71, | | | B The Strand, London; D 1883 (MEHS). | = William Price | | | | | = Elizabeth (Preece), _Alfred Hone B 1836 (MEHS); 1841 census William St, Hampstead |_Edward William Hone B 1890 Q3 Islington; 1901 census, | | | 1851 census 12 London | Rd. 4; 1851 census, 12 London St, 14, scholar, B Middx, | 59 Cobbold Rd, 10, B Highbury; emig to Lima, Peru. | | | St, 40, B Kingstone, | St Pancras; 1856 exhibited medallion portrait Royal Academy | | | | Herefordshire; 1881 | (Graves}; executed bronze equestrian memorial to Prince |_Frank Ernest Hone B 1892 Q2, Edmonton; 1901 census, | | | census 17 Victoria | Imperial erected in S Africa (MEHS); 1881 census, 17 | 59 Cobbold Rd, 9, B Edmonton; emig to Lima, Peru. | | | Rd, Hornsey, 70, B | Victoria Rd, Hornsey, 45, designer (artizan), B St Pancras, | | | | Hereford. | (also in household: Alfred Hone father 71 annuitant, £lizabeth |_Harry Hone B 1894 Q3, Edmonton; 1901 census, 59 Cobbold Rd, | | | | Hone wife of father 70, & Nathaniel Beadell 16 grandson); | 7, B Edmonton; WWI Royal Army Medical Corps, private, no 2164; | | | | D 1885 in Calcutta while executing sculptural work (MEHS). | D in Canada aged 77, bd Minden Cemetery, Ontario. | | | | | | | | | _Edward Hone, 1881 census, | = Ada Florence (Phillips) B Aston, Birmingham 1894 Q4. | | | | | 17 Victoria, Rd, 14, scholar, | | | | | | | B St Pancras; 1901 census, | | _Harry Hone B 1914 Q3 Aston, Birmingham; WW2 Leading Aircraftman, | | M 16 June 1835 St | = Annie () 1881 | 59 Cobbold Rd, Willesden, | M 1914 Q1 Birmingham. | Royal Air Force; author of 'Community Leaders of Virginia', | | Pancras Old Church, | | census, 17 | 34, stone & marble mason, | |______________________________________________________| 'The Light at the End of the Tunnel', and 'Destiny or Fate?'. | | bachelor & spinster, | | Victoria Rd, | employer, working at home, | | | each of the parish | | Hornsey, 39. | B London, Kentish Town; |_Charles Walter Hone B 1896 Q2, Edmonton; 1901 census, _Violet Hone. | | | | | B Stepney. | emigrated to Lima, Peru. ; | 59 Cobbold Rd, 5, B Edmonton; emig to Lima, Peru. | | | | | | | | |_George Hone B 1933. | | | | | | = Sarah (Thompson); 1901 census, |_George Hone B 1899 Q3, Hendon; 1901 census, | | | | | | | | 59 Cobbold Rd, Willesden, 33, | 59 Cobbold Rd, 2, B Willesden; emig to Lima, Peru. | = | | | | | | | laundress, employer, working | | |_______________Jacqueline Hone. | | | | | | | at home, BLondon, Bow; emig | = Yolanda (Chalier) | | | | | | | | to Lima, Peru. | |_______________________________________________________________| | | | | | | | | |_Doris Hone. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |_Bertie Hone B 1901 Q2. Hendon; 1901 census, |_Arthur Hone. | | | | | | | | 59 Cobbold Rd, "Bert", 1 mnth, B Willesden; emig to Lima, Peru. | | | | | | |________________________________________| | | | | | | | | | | | |_Edith Annie (Hone) 1881 census, _Lilian Edith Bethia (Ellis) B 9 Apr 1899 | | | | | | 17 Victoria Rd, 10, scholar, | at 48 Woodstock Rd, Stroud Green, Hornsey, _Arthur Ashby B 1921. | | |________________________| | | B St Pancras. | d of James Ellis printer's machine minder, | | | | | | | & Edith Annie Ellis formerly Hone. |_Cyril Ashby B 1923. | | | |__________________| = James Ellis. | | | | | | |________________________________________| = James Henry William Ashby B 1892 |_David Ashby B 1924. | | | | |_________________________________________| | | | | |_Edwin Ashby B 1926. | | | |_Edgar Hone, 1881 census, 17 Victoria | | | | | Rd, 9, scholar, B Brixton, Surrey. |_Donald Ashby 1928-1932. | | | | | | | | |_Lena Hone, 1881 census, 17 Victoria |_Raymond Ashby B 1930. | | | | Rd, 7, scholar, B Wandsworth. | | | | | | | |_Bertie Hone, 1881 census, 17 Victoria | | | | Rd, 3, B Wandsworth. | | | | | | | |_Daisy V Hone, 1901 census, 59 Cobbold Rd, Willesden, sister of Edward Hone head of household, | | | single, 18, laundress, working at home, B Stoke Newington, London. | | | | | |_William Hone, 1841 census William St, Hampstead Rd, 3; 1851 census, | | | 12 London St, 12, scholar, B St Pancras. | | | | | |_Frances Elizabeth (Hone) B Q1 1842, St Pancras; 1851 census, 12 London St, | | | 9, B St Pancras, scholar. | | | | | | = Samuel Beadell. | | | | | | | M Q2 1860 Marylebone. | | | | _Nathaniel Beadell, 1881 census, 17 Victoria Rd, | | | |___________________| Hornsey, 16, B St Pancras, compositor. | | | | | |_Nathaniel Johnson Hone B 1844; 1851 census, 12 London St, 6, | | B St Pancras, scholar; 1859 emig Adelaide, S Australia (DP 26/2/1997). | | | | = | | |_____________________________Frank Sandland Hone (DP 26/2/1997). | | | | = | | |_______Brian William Hone, headmaster of Melbourne | | Church of England Grammar School (DP 26/2/1979). | | | |_John Hone, drowned at sea (MEHS). | | | |_Emma (Hone) B 14 Mar 1814, parish of Christchurch, Surrey; bpt 30 Dec 1834 | | King's Weigh House Chapel by Thomas Binney, d of William Hone bookseller | | & publisher, & Sarah (Johnson); went to Cape Town with Dr Robert Moffatt, | | London Missionary Soc, to become a teacher in a missionary training | | college (MEHS); D 1880. _Alfred Friedrich Linsingen Hahn B 1 Jan 1902 Paarl, S Africa, | | | 6th child of Carl Hugo (jr) & Anna Judith Julie Auguste Hahn; | | | an excise oficer in various parts of S Africa. | | | | | = Carl Hugo Hahn, Biographisch- | | | | Bibliographischen Kirchenlexikons |-Carl Hugo Linsingen "Cocky" Hahn B 26 Sept 1996, Paarl, S Africa. | | | biography; B 18 Oct 1818 | | | | (s of Carl Peter Hahn 1774-1863), | | | | nr Riga in the Russian Province _Josaphat Hahn B 7 Aug 1844, Windhoek, S Africa. |_Ernst Albert Linsingen Hahn, D 16 July 1918, aged 28, | | | of Livonia (roughly equivalent | | captain, D company, 1st Regiment South African Infantry, | | | to present day Latvia and |_Carl Hugo Hahn B 1846 Otjikango, S Africa; | s of the Rev C. Hugo Hahn, late of Paarl. Cape Province, | | | Estonia); Rhenish Missionary | pastor at Paarl, Cape Province (MEHS). | and Annie Hahn, nee von Linsingen, of "Delville", Gordon's | | | Soc missionary in Damaraland | | Bay, Cape Province, also served in Egypt (Senussi Campaign), | | | 1842-1870; afterwards pastor | = Annie Judith Julie Auguste (von Linsingen) | memorial Thiepval Memorial, pier & face 4c, (CWGC). | | | of St Martin's Lutheran Church | | | | | | Cape Town; D 24 Nov 1895, | | | | | | Cape Town; (Dictionary of South | M 25 Jan 1881 | | | | African Biography Vol I, ed | |_________________________________________________| | | | W.J. de Kock, 1968). | |_Benno Oscar Linsingen Hahn, D 13 Oct 1917 killed in | | | | flying accident when he had almost finished his training | | | | at Central Flying School, Upavon, Wiltshire, (MEHS); | | | | D aged 17, 2nd lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps, s of | | | | the Rev C Hugo Hahn and Annie Hahn, nee von Linsingen, | | M 3 Oct 1843 Windhoek, S Africa. | of "Delville", Gordon's Bay, Cape Province, South Africa, | | |__________________________________| enlisted 1st Regiment South African Infantry, bd Upavon | | | Churchyard (CWGC). | | | | | |_Elieser Traugott Hahn B 15 Aug 1848 Otjikango, S Africa; Eeeti Evangeelne Luterlik Kirik photograph and biographical notes; | | | Biographisch-Bibliographischen Kirchenlexikons biography; D 19 Mar 1939 Burgdorf, Hanover, Germany. | | | | | | = Rosalie Sophie (Paling) B 23 Oct 1850 Jaama; D 5 Jan 1905 Tallinn. | | | | | | | | __Gotthilft Traugott Hahn B 13 Feb 1874 Kuressaare; D 28 Mar 1874 Valjala. | | | | | | | | |__| | | | |__Gotthilft Traugott Hahn B 1/13 Feb 1875 Rõuge; | | | | Eeeti Evangeelne Luterlik Kirik photograph and biographical notes; | | | | Biographisch-Bibliographischen Kirchenlexikons biography; | | | | | | | | = Gerta Ernestine Anna (von zur Mühlen) B 28 Aug 1878 Tallinn; D 13 Jan 1974 Heidelberg. | | | | | | | | | M 29 Aug/12 Sept 1903 Tallinn. | | | | | | | | | | | |__Wilhelm Hugo Hahn B 30 Aug 1876 Rõuge: D 8 Nov 1894 Tallinn. | | | | | | | | | | | |__Emma Julie (Hahn) B 3 Aug 1878 Rõuge; D 15 May 1955 Wetmar, Hanover. | | | | | | | | = Woldemar Paul Sielmann B 23 Mar 1875 Tõstamaa; | | | | | Eeeti Evangeelne Luterlik Kirik biographical notes; | | | | | D 3 Aug 1942 Burgdorf. | | | | | | | | | M 19 Aug 1902 Tallinn. | | | | | _Burchard Traugott Sielmann B 21 July/3 Aug 1904; phil dr: D 9 Nov 1954 Hanau. | | | | | | | | | | | | = Marianne (von Gürgens) B 20 Apr 1908 Põlgaste; D 8 Oct 1965 Hanau. | | | | | | | | | | | | | M 25 Mar 1934 Frankfurt/M. | | | | |_______________________| | | | | | | | | | |_Heinrich Wolfgang Traugott Sielmann B 6 Feb 1907; jur dr; D 27 Mar 1945 Frankfurt/M. | | | | | | | | | | = Martha (Dietrich) B 15 Apr 1910 Frankfurt/M. | | | | | | | | | | | M 6 Sept 1936. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |_Hildegard (Sielmann) B 1 June 1910; D 2 Nov 1964. | | | | | | | | | | = Werner Hesseken B 2 Feb 1912 Rostock; med dr; D 5 Nov 1964 Wettmar. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |_Marie (Sielmann) B 13 Dec 1913. | | | | | | | | = Harald Donath B 20 Dec 1910 Riia; jur dr; D 14 Apr 1944 Agram. | | | | | | | | | M 30 Oct 1938 Frankfurt/M. | | | | | | | | | | | |__August Daniel Theodor Johannes Hahn B 25 Aug 1879 Tartu: D 9 May 1924 Frankfurt. | | | | | | | | = Alma Gabriele Charlotte (von Brüggen) B 30 July 1878; D 22 Mar 1951 Bethel. | | | | | | | | | | | |__Georg Bruno Martin Hahn B 24 Aug 1881 Rõuge; D 25 Apr 1959 Zürich. | | | | | | | | = Elisabeth Lina (Silverberg) B 22 Mar 1886 Bedburg. | | | | | | | | | M 19 June 1911 Düsseldorf. | | | | | | | | | | | |__Magdalene Elisabeth Seni (Hahn) B 22 Aug 1883 Rõuge; D 15 Nov 1943 Giesen. | | | | | | | | | | | |__Carl Hugo Hahn B 22 Sept/4 Oct (Russian/Western calendars) 1886 Tallinn; | | | | Biographisch-Bibliographischen Kirchenlexikons biography; D 5 Nov 1957 Dresden. | | | | | | | | = Alexandrine Pauline Erika (von Baggehufvudt) B 22 Nov 1886 Haapsalu; D 05 Feb 1942 Stuttgart. | | | | | | | | | M 9/22 Dec (Russian/Western calendars) 1910 Tallinn. | | | | | | | | | | | |__Natalie Friederike Sophie Hahn B 8 Feb 1888 Tallinn; D 15.06.1952 Radebeul/Dresden. | | | | | | | |__Maria Hahn 30 Apr 1889 Tallinn. | | | | | | | |__Maria Elisabeth Margarete (Hahn) B 24.06.1892 Tallinn; D 4 June 1953 Abo, Soome. | | | | | | = Franz Edward Hannula B 14 Aug 1887 Olukonda, Edela Aafrica. | | | | | | | M 23 Aug 1914 Pargas, Soome. | | | | | | | | | | | |_Emma Marguerite (Hahn) B 6 July 1850 Rehobeth, Namaland, S Africa; | | emigrated to USA 1880s; D 6 Nov 1906 Bronx, New York. | | | | = Heinrich Beiderbecke, B 1845; emigrated to USA 1880s; pastor in | | | New York (MEHS); D 10 May 1936 Glen Rock, New Jersey. | | | | |_Charlotte Hone died in infancy. M 6 July 1875. | | | | | |_______________Frederick Christian Beiderbecke B 1876 SW Africa; | | | | = Catherine (Thum) | | | | | |____________________Joseph Thum Beidebecker B 1911; D 1995. | | | |_? died in infancy. | | | |_Rose Hone B 27 Aug 1818 parish of St Bride's Fleet St, bpt 30 | | Dec 1834 King's Weigh House Chapel, d of William Hone bookseller | | & publisher, & Sarah (Johnson); 1871 census, 4 Milner Sq, Islington, | | household of sister Matilda Hone, 52, schoolmistress; | | 1881 census, 3 Nightingale Rd, household of brother-in-law | | Joseph Simmonds Soul, 62; D 13 Aug 1898, | | bd Abney Park gv 76795 sq 76 beside gv of Willian & Sarah Hone | | . | | | |_Samuel Parr Hone, B 9 May 1820, bpt 15 Mar 1829 St Mary's Islington; | | 3 Apr 1829 presentation to Christ's Hospital, 'son of William Hone | | Citizen & Spectaclemaker', by Thomas Piper of 42 Eastcheap, admitted | | from St Mary Islington Middlesex, 'cloathed' 9 Oct 1829; 12 June | | 1835 discharged from Christ's Hospital 'by his Father residing | | at Peckham Rye Common who will provide him a Master'; engaged | | in The Times Printing Office (MEHS); D 1870 Q2, aged 49, Islington. | | | | | | | |_Ellen (Hone) B 31 Mar 1822 parish of St Bride's Fleet St, bpt 30 | | Dec 1834 King's Weigh House Chapel, d of William Hone bookseller | | & publisher, & Sarah (Johnson); became a teacher in one of the | | earliest established infant schools (MEHS); D 24 Nov 1910, bd Abney | | Park gv 70572 sq 49, from 3 Nightingale Rd, Lower Clapton. | | | | = Joseph Simmonds Soul | | | |_Alice (Hone) B 8 Dec 1825 parish of St Bride's Fleet St, bpt 30 | Dec 1834 King's Weigh House Chapel, d of William Hone bookseller | & publisher, & Sarah (Johnson); later Lovati (Italian), lived in | Paris, afterwards Fourdinois (French), lived in Paris, then Bizerte, | Tunisia, N Africa, in London Sep 1869 to Sep 1870 during siege | of Paris, Franco-Prussian War (MEHS); 1871 census, 4 Milner Sq, | Islington, household of sister Matilda Hone, | Alice Fourdinois, married, 45, visitor, B London. | | 1= Jean-Baptiste Lovati _Alice Romola Lovati B 1847 Q4, St George's Hanover Sq | | | district; D 1851 aged 3 yrs 8 mnths, bd Abney Park, | |___________________________| gv 316 sq 76, 3 July 1851, from 19 Cumming St, Pentonville. | | | | | |_Agnes Lovati, 1871 census, 4 Milner Sq, Islington, | unmarried, 20, visitor, B London; later Salme (MEHS). | | 2= Henri-Auguste Fourdinois _Emma Fourdinois, 1871 census, 4 Milner Sq, Islington, | | | 12, visitor, B Paris; later Roulez (MEHS). | |___________________________| | |_Angeline Fourdinois, B 29 June 1869 (MEHS); 1871 | census, 4 Milner Sq, Islington, 1, visitor, B | Champagne; later Sanze (MEHS). | |_Joseph Hone, B 30 Dec 1783; photograph in State Library of Tasmania; house; D 22 Sept 1861. | Lawyer and civil servant, barrister of Gray's Inn, practised in the | Courts of Chancery and Exchequer, on the Midland circuit in London. He | was appointed by royal warrant, Master of the Tasmanian Supreme Court | and arrived in Hobart Town in July 1824 with a wife and three daughters. | He acted as attorney-general after the removal of Gellibrand in 1826, | but the duties of the two offices were heavy, his health suffered and | he was replaced in the latter position. Courts of Quarter Sessions were | instituted at the same time and Hone's advice was sought frequently | on the administration. He was appointed Commissioner of the Court of | Requests and Chairman of Quarter Sessions for the whole island but later | his jurisdiction in these offices was confined to the south. By 1840, | he estimated he had disposed of between thirty and forty thousand cases | in the Court of Requests. Still Master of the Supreme Court, he acted | for a time as chief police magistrate of Hobart and as a coroner. When | the office of master was abolished in 1836, he was appointed Chairman | of the Caveat Board for investigating titles to land. In 1840, the | mastership was revived and he was re-appointed. He also sought ap- | pointment as the second puisne judge but it went to another. In 1840, | he married his second wife, Elizabeth Augusta, the daughter of W H Rowe | of Gray's Inn, by whom he had a son. In 1834-37, Hone was treasurer of | the Van Diemen's Land Auxiliary Temperance Society. Hone relinquished | private practise soon after arrival in the colony, as it was deemed | incompatible with his duties as master, which included the taxing of | costs in Supreme Court actions, the investigation of accounts, the | preparation of legal instruments required by the courts, the management | of the estates of minors and lunatics, and taking of depositions of | witnesses. He wrote; "Had I resigned the home appointment and exercised | my profession, I should have been in the receipt of some thousands | per annum". Hone was hard working and prudent but without brilliance | in his profession. Boyes, the diarist, said that he knew 'as little | about the law as any of us', and made fun of his idiosyncrasies in | court. Gilbert Robertson, the editor said that he was 'universally | looked upon as only a few degrees removed from an idiot'. But for | more than thirty years, he discharged a variety of legal duties for | the Crown to the apparent satisfaction of four lieutenant-governors. | He died after a long illness on 22 Sep 1861. [Source - Australian | Dictionary of Biography and also Letter 65/252 from State Library | of Tas 26 Aug 65] Remarks: Even though Joseph Hone may have been | eccentric, he did not meet with the same fate as either his predecessor | Gellibrand or successor Montagu, who were both dismissed from the | office of Attorney General under scandalous circumstances [Tom | Fletcher g.g.g.grandson]; D 22 Sept 1861, Macquarie St, Hobart Town, | aged 78; bd St David's Park, Hobart; Oct 1861, letters of administration | to Elizabeth Augusta Hone widow of the decd. | | | 1= Ann (Lamport); 1824 emig Hobart _Hannah (Hone) | | Town; D 15 Jan 1839 aged 61 yrs, | | | bd St David's Park, Hobart, 'wife | = William Fletcher | | of Joseph Hone barrister at law | | | | of Gray's Inn'. | M 26 Dec 1826, parish of Hobart Town, spinster | | | & bachelor, each of the parish. | M 11 Sept 1802 St Anne's Soho, | | both of the parish, in pres of | | Daniel Lamport senr, Daniel Lamport | | junr, Frances Maria Hone, & Sarah |_Mary Ann (Hone), D 2 Sept 1850. | Cartwright. | | | | = James Hobbs. | | | | | | | M 27 July 1825. | | | | |_____________________________________| | |_Martha Ann Hone, D 7 Sept 1839, aged 28, | 2= Elizabeth Augusta (Rowe) bd St David's Park, Hobart, 'd of Joseph | | Hone barrister at law of Gray's Inn'. | | | M 21 May 1840, Hobart Town. _Joseph Hone 1 - 3 May | |____________________________| 1842, Hobart Town. | | | |_Joseph William James Hone | B 4 June 1848 Hobart Town. | |_Judah Hone B 4 June 1789 at 13 Hand Court, Holbourn; | bpt Providence Chapel, Gray's Inn, 24 Aug 1789, s of | William Hone & Frances Mariah his wife. | |_Sarah Hone B 23 June 1796 at 16 Albemarle St, Clerkenwell, | in the united parishes of St James's and St John's | Clerkenwell, bpt Providence Chapel, Gray's Inn, 1 Aug | 1796, d of William Hone & Frances Maria his wife. | |_Samuel Hone B 7 Sept 1798 in the parish of St John Clerkenwell, bpt Providence Chapel 12 Nov 1798, s of William Hone & Frances Maria his wife.
(MEHS) Family Tree of descendants of William Hone compiled by Margarita Ellen Hone Soul, dated 1920.
Portrait by George Patten of William Hone., National Portrait Gallery, London.
The William Hone Biotext, A Web Project by Kyle Grimes, University of Alabama at Birmingham, on the life and career of William Hone.
Romantic Circles, A Brief Chronology of the Life of William Hone.
State Library of Tasmania photograph of, and print of house of, Joseph Hone.
Biographisch-Bibliographischen Kirchenlexikons, biography of Carl Hugo Hahn 1818-1895; biography of Elieser Traugott Hahn; biography of Gotthilft Traugott Hahn; biography of Carl Hugo Hahn 1886-1957.
Eeeti Evangeelne Luterlik Kirik, photograph and biographical notes of Elieser Traugott Hahn; photograph and biographical notes of Gotthilft Traugott Hahn; biographical notes of Woldemar Paul Sielmann.
Wilson, Ben, 'The Laughter of Triumph: William Hone and the Fight for the Free Press' 2005
Graves, Algernon, The Royal Academy of Arts - A Complete Dictionary of Contributors and their Work from its Foundation in 1769 to 1904; (refers to Alfred Hone, and Alfred Hone jr). 1905
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