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Family of Theophilus Rodick WILLING and Annie Hunter STAFFORD

Husband: Theophilus Rodick WILLING (c. 1885-1969)
Wife: Annie Hunter STAFFORD (1893-1972)
Marriage 4 Feb 1913 Blackpool, Lancashire, England
The bride was living with her parents at 76&78 Lytham Road, South Shore, . The groom's address was given as the North Hill Rectory, Launceston, though he was not yet incumbent there.
Married at South Shore Parish Church

Husband: Theophilus Rodick WILLING

Name: Theophilus Rodick WILLING1
Sex: Male
Father: Theophilus Silvanus WILLING (c. 1842-1907)
Mother: Agnes RODICK (1851-1915)
Birth c. 1885 Moretonhampstead, Devon, England
Baptism 5 Apr 1885 (age 0) Moretonhampstead, Devon, England
Baptised by his father who appears in the register until March 1885 as curate of Moretonhamstead but with Theo's baptism he records himself for the first time as Rector of North Hill, though he baptises several other children of Moretonhampstead on the same day..
Occupation Rector
Death 20 Dec 1969 (age 83-84) Sutton Registration District, London, England

Wife: Annie Hunter STAFFORD

Name: Annie Hunter STAFFORD1
Sex: Female
Father: James Henry STAFFORD (1865- )
Mother: Nancy HALL (1859- )
Birth 7 Mar 1893 Blackpool, Lancashire, England
Emigration 27 Oct 1919 (age 26) from Liverpool, Lancashire, England to Philadelphia, USA
On the Haverford. Arrived on 9 November 1919. She travelled with her sister-in-law and her daughters, Kathleen and Nancy Stafford. Husband James address then was 46 East 14th Street, New York
Census 1 Jan 1920 (age 26) New York, New York, USA2
Bronx Assembly District 5 868 Faile Street
Occupation 1 Jan 1920 (age 26) Saleswoman; New York, New York, USA2
Industry, business or establishment: Candy store
Employer, salary or wage worker, or working on own account: Wage earner
Immigration 19 Jan 1926 (age 32) to New York, New York, USA
Bogota New Jersey
Arrived with Jamesand the children on the SS Scythia. Heroccupation was given as housewife.. They were living in Bogota, New Jersey at that time. Both children were at school, ages given as 9 and 7
Census 29 Sep 1939 (age 46) Chester, Cheshire, England3
50 Lache Park Avenue
Occupation 29 Sep 1939 (age 46) Unpaid domestic duties; Chester, Cheshire, England3
Death Q4 1972 (age 79) Birmingham, Warwickshire, England4

Note on Husband: Theophilus Rodick WILLING

In 1901 Theo was a boarding pupil at Kings College, South Road, Taunton. He graduated from Oxford in 1905. He seems to have gone immediately to Hyderabad, India. He returned from India, where he had been a Tutor, on the SS Oroya, embarking at Colombo, and disembarking at Plymouth December 1908. He was assistant curate at Runcorn, Cheshire, for about a year. His mother was living in Runcorn in 1911. On 17 April 1912 he sailed on the Karina to the Gold Coast, Africa, where he worked as a Missionary for three months. He had inherited the Living of North Hill, Launceston, worth £500, from his father, taking up the position in 1913, after his first marriage. The scandal associated with his marriage and alleged desertion of his wife blew up at the end of 1913, and was reported in 1914. He returned to North Hill, where he remained Rector until 1967.

Note on Wife: Annie Hunter STAFFORD

She was a church worker and Sunday school teacher, and a popular amateur singer, who competed successfully at local music festivals, and formed a choir from Sunday school pupils that won prizes in the Blackpool Festival.

Sources

1"Nick Heard". www.heardfamilyhistory.org.uk. This GEDCOM is predominantly the work of Nick Heard, but it incorporates the collaborated work of many other family historians. You are welcome to use the information herein but please acknowledge the source. Every effort has been made to ensure the data is accurate, but any use you make of it is entirely at your own risk. (c) Nick Heard 2009
2"Census 1920 New York, New York, USA sheet 14B, family 303, NARA microfilm publication T625, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.; FHL microfilm 1821137." (sheet 14B, family 303, NARA microfilm publication T625, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.; FHL microfilm 1821137.).
Text From Source: Name,Relationship,Owned/Rented,Mortgage,Sex,Color,Age,Marital Condition,Year of immigration,Naturalization,Naturalization year,Attended school,Can read,Can write,Birthplace,Mother tongue,Father Birthplace,Father mother-tongue,Mother Birthplace,Mother mother-tongue,Speak English,Occupation,Industry, business or establishment,Employ Status,Disability
James Forrester,Head,R,,M,W,33,M,1902,NA,1912,,y,y,England,English,England,English,England,English,Yes,Commercial Traveller,Picture Fms,W,
Annie Hunter Stafford,Wife,,,F,W,26,M,1919,PA,,,y,y,Blackpool, Lancashire, England,English,England,English,England,English,Yes,Saleswoman,Candy store,W,
Catherine M Forrester,Daughter,,,F,W,4,S,1919,NA,,,,,England,English,England,English,England,English,,None,,,
Nancy Forrester,Daughter,,,F,W,2,S,1919,NA,,,,,England,English,England,English,England,English,,None,,,
Mary Forrester,Mother,,,F,W,57,W,1919,NA,,,y,y,England,English,England,English,England,English,Yes,None,,,
John Forrester,Brother,,,M,W,38,S,1902,PA,,,y,y,England,English,England,English,England,English,Yes,Electrician,Ships at sea,W,
3"Census 1939 Chester, Cheshire, England RG101/1939 Register (ANNIE hUNTER sTAFFORD)" (RG101/1939 Register).
Text From Source: Name of person,Married name,Gender,Birthdate,Condition as to marriage,Rank, Profession or Occupation,Occupation comment,Comments
Annie Hunter Forrester,,F,7 MAR 1893,Widowed,Unpaid domestic duties,,
Nancy Stafford Allwood,,F,27 MAR 1918,Married,None,,Closed
Frederick Insull Allwood,,M,20 JUL 1908,Married,Police Constable, Chester,,
4"GRO". Birmingham 9c 1707. Cit. Date: Q4 1972.