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Family of George LOCK and Ellen HATTIN

Husband: George LOCK (1851- )
Wife: Ellen HATTIN (1839-1904)
Children: James LOCK (1872- )
William LOCK (1875- )
Lucy E LOCK (1877- )
Harry LOCK (1879- )
Frank LOCK (1880- )
Marriage Q2 1871 Exeter, Devon, England

Husband: George LOCK

Name: George LOCK1
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1851 Sandford, Devon, England
Occupation Gardener

Wife: Ellen HATTIN

Name: Ellen HATTIN1
Sex: Female
Father: James HATTEN (1807-1882)
Mother: Ann WELLACOTT (1813-1898)
Birth 18 Sep 1839 Sandford, Devon, England
Occupation Cook
Death Q1 1904 (age 64) Crediton , Devon, England

Child 1: James LOCK

Name: James LOCK1
Sex: Male
Birth 1872 Sandford, Devon, England

Child 2: William LOCK

Name: William LOCK1
Sex: Male
Birth 1875 Crediton , Devon, England
Occupation Gardener

Child 3: Lucy E LOCK

Name: Lucy E LOCK1
Sex: Female
Birth 1877 Crediton , Devon, England
Occupation Teacher in Elementary School

Child 4: Harry LOCK

Name: Harry LOCK1
Sex: Male
Birth 1879 Crediton , Devon, England
Occupation Baker/breadmaker

Child 5: Frank LOCK

Name: Frank LOCK1
Sex: Male
Birth 1880 Crediton , Devon, England
Occupation Gardener

Note on Husband: George LOCK

In 1881 George and Ellen, with children James, William, Lucy, Harry and Frank are living in Church Street, Crediton. In 1891 they are living in Belle Parade, next door to Newcombes estate, with all the children, and Susannah Smale, and 83 year-old lodger from Plymouth. In 1901 George and Ellen are in Parliament Street next door to Sunnymead, with children Lucy, Harry and Frank. They have two lodgers - Sarah Goss, teacher and Ada Hays, a Sorting Clerk and telephonist, perhaps at the recently built Post Office in Market Street?

In 1911 George has remarried, and living with new wife Emma Jane, he is a corn and seed merchant at 18a High Street, Crediton. 10 year old Leonatd Edwards is visiting, almost certainly Emma Jane's nephew.

Note on Wife: Ellen HATTIN

In In 1861 and 1871 Ellen is working for Miss Lightfoot, at Fair Park, Exeter Road, Crediton, initially as a servant, and then cook


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