Meredith of Herefordshire

Person Page 21

William H Murray WALTON

M, #1002, b. 9 March 1889, d. 16 September 1980


Biography

William H Murray WALTON was born on 9 March 1889 in Durban, South Africa.1 He and Annie Myra HEBBERT were married. He died on 16 September 1980, at age 91.2

Family

Child with Annie Myra HEBBERT b. 29 March 1888, d. 28 July 1977

SonPatrick Spencer Murray WALTON b. 29 April 1921, d. 12 March 1988

Appears on:Hebbert Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S341] Richmond Jones Family Tree. Ancestry.com family trees database http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/pt/person.aspx?tid=8231569&pid=-979300155 accessed Feb 2009
  2. [S344] The Times, Thursday, Sep 18, 1980; pg. 28; Issue 60727; col B. Death announcement: Canon W.H. Murray Walton. Gale Group Databases accessed Feb 2009.

Last Edited8 February 2009

Patrick Spencer Murray WALTON1

M, #1005, b. 29 April 1921, d. 12 March 1988


Parents

FatherWilliam H Murray WALTON b. 9 March 1889, d. 16 September 1980
MotherAnnie Myra HEBBERT b. 29 March 1888, d. 28 July 1977

Biography

Patrick Spencer Murray WALTON was born on 29 April 1921 in Kobe, Japan. He died on 12 March 1988, at age 66, in Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire.

Relationship:3rd great-grandson of John HEBBERT
Appears on:Hebbert Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S341] Richmond Jones Family Tree. Ancestry.com family trees database http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/pt/person.aspx?tid=8231569&pid=-979300155 accessed Feb 2009

Last Edited8 February 2009

Lydia Douglass WARWICK1

F, #1011, b. 1864


Biography

Lydia Douglass WARWICK was born in 1864. She and John Woodroffe Cawse HEBBERT were married on 8 November 1890 in St Helens Church, Kensington, London.2

Family

Children with John Woodroffe Cawse HEBBERT b. 1863, d. 1925

DaughterCorrie Lydia HEBBERT b. 20 June 1893, d. 22 June 1954
SonPaul Benbow HEBBERT b. 1896
SonDouglas Warwick HEBBERT b. 18 June 1907, d. 1998

Appears on:Hebbert Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S351] Hebbert Family Tree. Ancestry.com Family Trees database, entry for Lydia D. Warwick http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/pt/person.aspx?tid=356901&pid=-2091374933 accessed Jan 2009, - middle name of Douglass from the Birth Registration Index
  2. [S351] Hebbert Family Tree. Ancestry.com Family Trees database, entry for Lydia D. Warwick http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/pt/person.aspx?tid=356901&pid=-2091374933 accessed Jan 2009

Last Edited8 February 2009

Douglas Warwick HEBBERT1

M, #1012, b. 18 June 1907, d. 1998


Parents

FatherJohn Woodroffe Cawse HEBBERT b. 1863, d. 1925
MotherLydia Douglass WARWICK b. 1864

Biography

Douglas Warwick HEBBERT was born on 18 June 1907.2 He and Josephine Mary BOAG were married. He died in 1998, at age ~91.2

Relationship:2nd great-grandson of John HEBBERT
Appears on:Hebbert Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S351] Hebbert Family Tree. Ancestry.com Family Trees database, entry for Lydia D. Warwick http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/pt/person.aspx?tid=356901&pid=-2091374933 accessed Jan 2009, - note that this gives the middle name incorrectly as Benbow
  2. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)

Last Edited8 February 2009

Corrie Lydia HEBBERT1

F, #1013, b. 20 June 1893, d. 22 June 1954


Parents

FatherJohn Woodroffe Cawse HEBBERT b. 1863, d. 1925
MotherLydia Douglass WARWICK b. 1864

Biography

Corrie Lydia HEBBERT was born on 20 June 1893 in London. She died on 22 June 1954, at age 61, in Bothwell, Scotland.

Relationship:2nd great-granddaughter of John HEBBERT
Appears on:Hebbert Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S351] Hebbert Family Tree. Ancestry.com Family Trees database, entry for Lydia D. Warwick http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/pt/person.aspx?tid=356901&pid=-2091374933 accessed Jan 2009

Last Edited8 February 2009

Paul Benbow HEBBERT

M, #1014, b. 1896


Parents

FatherJohn Woodroffe Cawse HEBBERT b. 1863, d. 1925
MotherLydia Douglass WARWICK b. 1864

Biography

Paul Benbow HEBBERT was born in 1896 in London.1

Relationship:2nd great-grandson of John HEBBERT
Appears on:Hebbert Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S351] Hebbert Family Tree. Ancestry.com Family Trees database, entry for Lydia D. Warwick http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/pt/person.aspx?tid=356901&pid=-2091374933 accessed Jan 2009

Last Edited8 February 2009

Josephine Mary BOAG1

F, #1016, b. 28 July 1902


Biography

Josephine Mary BOAG was born on 28 July 1902. She and Douglas Warwick HEBBERT were married.

Appears on:Hebbert Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S352] Kinship of Julia Lesley Race, webpage: familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/r/a/c/Julia-L-Race/PDFCOLKINO3.pdf accessed Feb 2009

Last Edited8 February 2009

Samuel ASTON

M, #1022, b. about 1754, d. 20 December 1820


Aston Lineage William0

Parents

FatherWilliam ASTON b. before 1730
MotherSarah d. about 1799

Biography

Samuel ASTON was born about 1754. He and Jane WATTON were married on 28 December 1782 in Birmingham, St. Martin’s.1 He died on 20 December 1820.2 He was buried on 28 December 1820 in Rowington.3
Samuel Aston was a Button Maker and a partner with his brother Thomas in the firm of Samuel and Thomas Aston of St. Paul’s Square. The firm was also listed in Wrightson’s 1818 directory as aquafortis makers. He leased the estate of Wroxall Abbey from 1771 to 1806, and then moved to Rowington Hall and farm which he bought from William Smith in 1806. He added the stone front to the house, and his son John Aston added to the estate. Descendants of the family were still living there in 1896.

The will of Samuel Aston was dated 14 October 1820 with a codicil of 9 November that year. Probate was granted on 23 July 1821. The Will mentions his wife Jane Aston; his sons William, Thomas, Samuel and John; his daughters Ann, Maria, Harriette, Helen, Jane (wife of John Meredith of Birmingham: £2k bequeathed in addition to the £1k given on her marriage), and Sarah (wife of George Warriner of Bloxham); his sister Mary; a friend William Betts; and William Wills/Wells lately of Rowington. It refers to lands in High Cross, the mansion house of Rowington Hall, and farms etc at Bushwood in Old Stratford hamlet. It makes provision for his sons William, Thomas and John to carry on the trade at St Paul’s Square, for equal benefit, from John’s 21st birthday.4,5,6

Family

Children with Jane WATTON b. about 1762, d. 7 December 1825

DaughterJane ASTON b. about 1782, d. 1869
DaughterAnn ASTON b. about 1783, d. 25 March 1861
DaughterMaria ASTON b. about 1785, d. 19 February 1865
SonWilliam ASTON b. about 1787, d. 1 February 1845
SonThomas ASTON b. about 1789, d. 11 November 1855
DaughterSarah ASTON b. about 1792, d. 30 March 1860
DaughterHarriette ASTON b. about 1793, d. 1873
DaughterCatherine Mary Elizabeth ASTON b. about 1795
SonSamuel ASTON b. about 1797, d. 23 August 1871
DaughterCaroline ASTON b. about 1797, d. 1814
SonJohn ASTON b. about 1803, d. 12 September 1882
DaughterHelena ASTON b. about 1803, d. 7 October 1884

Relationship:Son of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S7] IGI: International Genealogical Index
  2. [S670] Monuments in Rowington Church, Notices of the Churches of Warwickshire, Warwickshire Natural History and Archaeological Society (Warwick, England), Published by H.T. Cooke, 1858, Item notes: v. 2   page 73; Google Books online: books.google.com/ accessed Jun 2008. “Against the south wall is a marble tablet. Sacred to the Memory of Samuel Aston, Esquire (late of Rowington Hall), who died the 20th of December, 1820. Aged 66 years. Also, to the memory of Jane Aston, relict of the above named Samuel Aston, who lived universally beloved and respected, and died generally lamented, on the 7th Day of December, 1825. Aged 65 years.”
  3. [S1087] Ancestry.com; Warwickshire, England, Burials, 1813-1910
  4. [S674] 'Parishes: Rowington', A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 3: Barlichway hundred (1945), pp. 146-154. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=57002 Date accessed: 10 November 2009
  5. [S1104] Parks and Gardens UK, Wroxall Abbey, Warwick, England; http://www.parksandgardens.ac.uk/index2.php?option=com_parksandgardens&task=site&id=3600&preview=1&Itemid=293-
  6. [S688] Will of Samuel Aston of Rowington Hall Warwickshire 23 July 1821 PROB 11-1645 Image 197-194. UK National Archives Documents Online http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/documentsonline/

Last Edited7 March 2012

Jane WATTON1

F, #1023, b. about 1762, d. 7 December 1825


Biography

Jane WATTON was born about 1762. She and Samuel ASTON were married on 28 December 1782 in Birmingham, St. Martin’s.2 She died on 7 December 1825.3 She was buried on 15 December 1825 in Rowington.4
Jane was the daughter of Samuel and Mary Watton.2

Family

Children with Samuel ASTON b. about 1754, d. 20 December 1820

DaughterJane ASTON b. about 1782, d. 1869
DaughterAnn ASTON b. about 1783, d. 25 March 1861
DaughterMaria ASTON b. about 1785, d. 19 February 1865
SonWilliam ASTON b. about 1787, d. 1 February 1845
SonThomas ASTON b. about 1789, d. 11 November 1855
DaughterSarah ASTON b. about 1792, d. 30 March 1860
DaughterHarriette ASTON b. about 1793, d. 1873
DaughterCatherine Mary Elizabeth ASTON b. about 1795
SonSamuel ASTON b. about 1797, d. 23 August 1871
DaughterCaroline ASTON b. about 1797, d. 1814
SonJohn ASTON b. about 1803, d. 12 September 1882
DaughterHelena ASTON b. about 1803, d. 7 October 1884

Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S672] Edward Walford, The county families of the United Kingdom (London: R. Hardwicke, 1860) Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/details/countyfamiliesof00walf, - entry for John Aston gives his mother’s maiden name of Watton
  2. [S7] IGI: International Genealogical Index
  3. [S670] Monuments in Rowington Church, Notices of the Churches of Warwickshire, Warwickshire Natural History and Archaeological Society (Warwick, England), Published by H.T. Cooke, 1858, Item notes: v. 2   page 73; Google Books online: books.google.com/ accessed Jun 2008. “Against the south wall is a marble tablet. Sacred to the Memory of Samuel Aston, Esquire (late of Rowington Hall), who died the 20th of December, 1820. Aged 66 years. Also, to the memory of Jane Aston, relict of the above named Samuel Aston, who lived universally beloved and respected, and died generally lamented, on the 7th Day of December, 1825. Aged 65 years.”
  4. [S1087] Ancestry.com; Warwickshire, England, Burials, 1813-1910, - aged 63

Last Edited5 March 2012

Thomas ASTON1

M, #1024, b. about 1789, d. 11 November 1855


Aston Lineage Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherSamuel ASTON b. about 1754, d. 20 December 1820
MotherJane WATTON b. about 1762, d. 7 December 1825

Biography

Thomas ASTON was born about 1789. He and Elizabeth BETTS were married on 15 September 1814 in Birmingham, St. Martin’s.1 He died on 11 November 1855 in Soho Park, Handsworth.2
Thomas Aston carried on the family Button Manufacturing business after his father’s death, in partnership with his brothers William and John. The partnership was dissolved in December 1823, the business being carried on subsequently by Thomas and John only. They continued to trade under their father’s and uncles’s names as “Samuel and Thomas Aston”, and are listed in Pigot’s Directory of 1828-9 at 40 St Paul’s Square as button makers and vitriol makers. In 1833 the partnership of Thomas and John (now describing themselves as Gilt and Plated button makers) was dissolved, the business being carried on subsequently by John alone.

In November 1833, Thomas Aston, in partnership with John Robinson and Samuel Sabine Edkins, took over the ailing business of the Soho Plate Company that had been established by Matthew Boulton in 1796. They registered a new hallmark of “REA” in 1834. However, they failed to save the company from closure, their partnership being formally dissolved at the end of 1847. Thomas Aston continued to manufacture and supply some of their goods, such as photographic plates, parabolic reflectors for lighthouses, etc., on his own account through his premises at Brook Street, St Paul’s Square, Birmingham and also at Salisbury Square, London, the premises of the former Soho Plate Company.

Thomas Aston was enumerated with his wife Elizabeth at 4 Vyse Street, Birmingham in the 1851 census, and described as a Retired Silversmith. At some time after that they moved to Soho Park, where new residences were being built on the former site of Matthew Boulton’s manufactory.

In his will dated 8 Mar 1839 Thomas described himself as a Silver Plate Manufacturer of Hunters Lane Birmingham. His executors were his wife Elizabeth and two sons Samuel and Thomas. The will was proved 15 Feb 1856, administration being granted to Samuel the surviving executor.3,4,5,6,7,8

Family

Children with Elizabeth BETTS b. about 1785, d. 11 December 1854

SonSamuel ASTON b. about 1815, d. 10 May 1885
DaughterHannah ASTON b. 4 May 1817, d. 28 May 1837
SonThomas ASTON b. 30 January 1819, d. 8 January 1845

Relationship:Grandson of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S7] IGI: International Genealogical Index
  2. [S1114] Death announcement: Thomas Aston; Birmingham Gazette, Monday 19 November 1855, pg. 3, “Yesterday se’nnight …… at his residence, Soho Park, in his 67th year, Mr. Thomas Aston.”
  3. [S1110] Adam Matthew Publications, Industrial Revolution: a Documentary History, Series One: The Boulton & Watt Archive and the Matthew Boulton Papers from Birmingham Central Library, URL: http://www.ampltd.co.uk/digital_guides/industrial_revolution_series_one_parts_4_and_5/detailed-listing-part-4.aspx
  4. [S1111] Country Life (1968) Vol. 143, p. 1702 (Google Books) URL: http://goo.gl/2PFxB
  5. [S1112] Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Saturday 27 November 1847 pg. 2, “The manufacture…..carried on up to the present time by the “Soho Plate Company,” is transferred to Mr. Thomas Aston...”
  6. [S1113] Partnership dissolved; Birmingham Gazette, Monday 26 February 1849, pg. 1, “Notice is hereby given that the Partnership lately subsisting between us, the undersigned John Robinson, Samuel Sabine Edkins, and Thomas Aston …… trading under the firm of the “Soho Plate Company,” …… expired on 25 December 1847….”
  7. [S38] England Census
  8. [S356] Will of Thomas Aston, Silver Plate Manufacturer of Hunters Lane Birmingham 15 January 1856 PROB 11-2225 Image 9-9. (UK National Archives) - copy in the possession of the author

Last Edited8 March 2012

Samuel ASTON1

M, #1025, b. about 1797, d. 23 August 1871


Aston Lineage Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherSamuel ASTON b. about 1754, d. 20 December 1820
MotherJane WATTON b. about 1762, d. 7 December 1825

Biography

Samuel ASTON was born about 1797. He and Emma Rebecca STREETEN were married in 1823.2 He died on 23 August 1871 in Bushwood Lodge, Warwickshire.3 He was buried on 28 August 1871 in Rowington.4
In 1851 and 1861 Samuel Aston was a farmer of 50 acres at Bushwood Lodge, a property that he inherited from his father.5,6

Relationship:Grandson of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S7] IGI: International Genealogical Index
  2. [S358] Jackson's Oxford Journal (Oxford, England), Saturday, December 6, 1823; Issue 3684. Marriage announcement: Samuel Aston Esq. of Rowington to Emma Rebecca Streeten. 19th Century British Library Newspapers, Gale Digital Collections, accessed online Jan 2009
  3. [S360] Jackson's Oxford Journal (Oxford, England), Saturday, September 2, 1871; Issue 6179. Death announcement: Samuel Aston, in his 74th year. 19th Century British Library Newspapers, Gale Digital Collections, accessed online Jan 2009
  4. [S1087] Ancestry.com; Warwickshire, England, Burials, 1813-1910
  5. [S38] England Census
  6. [S359] Will of Samuel Aston of Rowington Hall Warwickshire 23 July 1821 PROB 11-1645 Image 197-193/194. (UK National Archives) - copy in the possession of the author

Last Edited5 March 2012

William ASTON

M, #1026, b. about 1787, d. 1 February 1845


Aston Lineage Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherSamuel ASTON b. about 1754, d. 20 December 1820
MotherJane WATTON b. about 1762, d. 7 December 1825

Biography

William ASTON was born about 1787. He died on 1 February 1845 in Rowington Hall.1 He was buried on 7 February 1845 in Rowington.2
William Aston carried on the family Button Manufacturing business for a short time after his father’s death, in partnership with his brothers Thomas and John. The partnership was dissolved in December 1823, the business being carried on subsequently by Thomas and John only.

Relationship:Grandson of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S1116] Death announcement: William Aston; Birmingham Gazette, Monday 3 February 1845, pg. 3, “On Saturday last, at Rowington Hall, in this county, in his 58th year, Mr. William Aston.”
  2. [S1087] Ancestry.com; Warwickshire, England, Burials, 1813-1910, - aged 57

Last Edited8 March 2012

Caroline ASTON

F, #1027, b. about 1797, d. 1814


Aston Lineage Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherSamuel ASTON b. about 1754, d. 20 December 1820
MotherJane WATTON b. about 1762, d. 7 December 1825

Biography

Caroline ASTON was born about 1797. She died in 1814 in Birmingham, Warwickshire.1

Relationship:Granddaughter of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S671] The Gentleman's magazine, Volume 84, Part 1, p. 522; Google Books online: books.google.com/ accessed Jun 2009

Last Edited10 November 2009

Ann ASTON

F, #1028, b. about 1783, d. 25 March 1861


Aston Lineage Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherSamuel ASTON b. about 1754, d. 20 December 1820
MotherJane WATTON b. about 1762, d. 7 December 1825

Biography

Ann ASTON was born about 1783. She and Henry COSTLEY were married about 1823.1 She died on 25 March 1861 in Yewbury cottage, near Chepstow.2

Relationship:Granddaughter of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S673] Descendants of John Costley, Internet Archive http://web.archive.org/web/20080822160057/http://users.bigpond.net.au/Costley/ accessed Oct 2009
  2. [S1118] Death announcement: Anne Costley; Hereford Times - Saturday 06 April 1861 pg. 5, “COSTLEY - Mar. 25, at Yewbury cottage, near Chepstow, Anne, wife of Henry Costley, Esq., and daughter of the late Saml. Aston, Esq., of Rowington Hall, Warwikshire.”

Last Edited8 March 2012

Maria ASTON

F, #1029, b. about 1785, d. 19 February 1865


Aston Lineage Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherSamuel ASTON b. about 1754, d. 20 December 1820
MotherJane WATTON b. about 1762, d. 7 December 1825

Biography

Maria ASTON was born about 1785. She died on 19 February 1865.1 She was buried on 24 February 1865 in Rowington.2

Relationship:Granddaughter of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S1117] Death announcement: Maria Aston; Leamington Spa Courier - Saturday 25 February 1865 pg. 7, “On Sunday last, Maria, third daughter of the late Samuel Aston, Esq., of Rowington Hall, in this county.”
  2. [S1087] Ancestry.com; Warwickshire, England, Burials, 1813-1910

Last Edited8 March 2012

Harriette ASTON

F, #1030, b. about 1793, d. 1873


Aston Lineage Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherSamuel ASTON b. about 1754, d. 20 December 1820
MotherJane WATTON b. about 1762, d. 7 December 1825

Biography

Harriette ASTON was born about 1793. She died in 1873. She was buried on 4 March 1873 in Rowington.1
Harriette Aston was recorded in the 1871 census as the head of household at Rowington Hall. She was unmarried.

Relationship:Granddaughter of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S1087] Ancestry.com; Warwickshire, England, Burials, 1813-1910

Last Edited5 March 2012

Helena ASTON

F, #1031, b. about 1803, d. 7 October 1884


Aston Lineage Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherSamuel ASTON b. about 1754, d. 20 December 1820
MotherJane WATTON b. about 1762, d. 7 December 1825

Biography

Helena ASTON was born about 1803. She and John OATLEY were married in 1835 in Rowington, Warwickshire.1 She died on 7 October 1884 in Rowington Hall.2
Helena Aston was recorded in the 1871 census in the household of Harriett Aston at Rowington Hall, and described as Helena Oatley, widow, aged 68. She is recorded in the 1881 census as the head of household at Rowington Hall.

Family

Children with John OATLEY b. about 1793, d. 17 January 1864

DaughterHenrietta Maria OATLEY b. 1839, d. 18 January 1902
DaughterCaroline Mary Elizabeth OATLEY b. about 1841, d. 1884
SonJohn Arthur OATLEY b. 1843

Relationship:Granddaughter of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S690] Marriage announcement: Oatley - Aston, Jackson’s Oxford Journal, May, 9, 1835; Issue 4280.
  2. [S1120] Death announcement: Helena Oatley; Manchester Times - Saturday 18 October 1884, pg. 7, “OATLEY - On the 7th inst., at Rowington Hall, aged 82 years, Helena, relict of John Oatley, Esq., late of Bishton Hall, Salop.”

Last Edited8 March 2012

Sarah ASTON

F, #1032, b. about 1792, d. 30 March 1860


Aston Lineage Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherSamuel ASTON b. about 1754, d. 20 December 1820
MotherJane WATTON b. about 1762, d. 7 December 1825

Biography

Sarah ASTON was born about 1792. She and George WARRINER were married on 22 November 1813 in Rowington, Warwickshire.1 She died on 30 March 1860 in Bloxham Grove, Oxfordshire.2

Family

Children with George WARRINER d. 1846

SonRev. George WARRINER b. about 1814
SonEdward WARRINER b. about August 1817, d. 26 August 1817
SonHenry WARRINER b. about 1819

Relationship:Granddaughter of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S7] IGI: International Genealogical Index
  2. [S675] Death announcement: Sarah Warriner; Jackson's Oxford Journal, Saturday, April 7, 1860; Issue 5580. 19th Century British Library Newspapers, Gale Digital Collections, accessed online Nov 2009

Last Edited10 November 2009

Catherine Mary Elizabeth ASTON

F, #1033, b. about 1795


Aston Lineage Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherSamuel ASTON b. about 1754, d. 20 December 1820
MotherJane WATTON b. about 1762, d. 7 December 1825

Biography

Catherine Mary Elizabeth ASTON was born about 1795.

Relationship:Granddaughter of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
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Last Edited10 November 2009

Christiana RICE1

F, #1034, b. 26 October 1842, d. 1926


Parents

FatherDavid RICE b. 1799, d. 1860
MotherMary Ward HOBBES b. 1805, d. 1870

Biography

Christiana RICE was born on 26 October 1842 in Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, registered Q4.1,2 She and Rev. Edward Albert Henry ASTON were married on 13 August 1873 in Stratford-on-Avon.2 She died in 1926, at age ~84, in Clutton Registration District registered Q1, aged 83.1
Christiana was the youngest of 4 daughters. Her father was an Alderman, Surgeon and General Practitioner living in Chapel Street, Stratford upon Avon in 1851.3

Family

Children with Rev. Edward Albert Henry ASTON b. 14 November 1843, d. 1923

SonRev. Edward John Noel ASTON b. 14 December 1874
SonCanon Basil ASTON b. 9 August 1880, d. 9 May 1957
SonRev. Cyril ASTON b. 4 March 1882, d. 1 November 1954

Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)
  2. [S792] Private communication from Robert Rice
  3. [S38] England Census

Last Edited3 January 2012

Canon Basil ASTON

M, #1035, b. 9 August 1880, d. 9 May 1957


Meredith Lineage Edward5, Lucy Louisa Anne MEREDITH4, John3, John2, John1, Josiah0
Aston Lineage Edward3, John2, Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherRev. Edward Albert Henry ASTON b. 14 November 1843, d. 1923
MotherChristiana RICE b. 26 October 1842, d. 1926

Biography

Canon Basil ASTON was born on 9 August 1880 in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, registered Q3.1,2 He and Erica BODINGTON were married on 3 December 1924 in Calne Parish Church “The marriage arranged between the Rev. Basil Aston, D.S.O., vicar of Melksham, and Erica, only daughter of the Archdeacon of Wilts and Mrs. Bodington, will take place on Wednesday, December 3, at the parish church, Calne, at 1.45 p.m.”.3 He died on 9 May 1957, at age 76, in Sherborne, Dorset.4
Two obituaries of Canon Basil Aston appeared in the Times as follows:
The Times, Saturday, May 11, 1957; pg. 8; Issue 53838; col E
“Canon Basil Aston
The Rev. Canon Basil Aston, D.S.O., honorary canon of Salisbury Cathedral, died on Thursday at his home at Sherborne, Dorset, at the age of 76. The son of the Rev. E.H. Aston, he was educated at St. John's College, Oxford, and Wells Theological College. He was ordained deacon in 1904 and held curacies in Somerset and Wiltshire before the outbreak of war in 1914. He was a temporary chaplain to the forces during the war, was wounded, twice mentioned in despatches, and awarded the D.S.O. In 1919 he became vicar of Melksham, Wiltshire, in 1933 vicar of St. Mark's Portsea, and in 1937 rector of Havant. He was rural dean of Havant from 1938 to 1943, and in the latter year he moved to become vicar of Alderbury, where he was also rural dean. He was honorary chaplain to the Bishop of Salisbury from 1947 to 1951. He resigned his living in 1954. He married Erica, only daughter of the Ven. Eric. J. Bodington.”
The Times, Friday, May 17, 1957; pg. 15; Issue 53843; col E
“Canon Basil Aston
C.P. writes:-
Canon Basil Aston was the most lovable man I have ever known. He was a strong man, a wise man possessed by a devastating common sense. He was a happy man enjoying the simple things of life. As I look back upon him he leaves a sense of continuing joy. There must be countless people who were the better for merely having seen the vicar as he walked the roads and streets of the parishes he served. He knew that Christianity was a life to be lived. He knew and understood the dogmas and profundities, but he also knew that it was not much use spending time talking about them. His ministry was a ministry to individual men and women. He brought peace with him. He was in the very best tradition of the English Parish Priest. He will be remembered by all who met him with gratitude and real affection.”.

Relationship:4th great-grandson of Josiah MEREDITH
2nd great-grandson of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)
  2. [S792] Private communication from Robert Rice
  3. [S531] The Times, Wednesday, Nov 05, 1924; pg. 17; Issue 43801; col B. Marriage announcement: The Rev. B. Aston, D.S.O., and Miss Bodington.. Gale Group Databases accessed Feb 2009. “The marriage arranged between the Rev. Basil Aston, D.S.O., vicar of Melksham, and Erica, only daughter of the Archdeacon of Wilts and Mrs. Bodington, will take place on Wednesday, December 3, at the parish church, Calne, at 1.45 p.m.”
  4. [S530] The Times, Saturday, May 11, 1957; pg. 8; Issue 53838; col E. Death announcement: Canon Basil Aston
    . Gale Group Databases accessed Feb 2009.

Last Edited2 January 2012

Rev. Edward John Noel ASTON

M, #1036, b. 14 December 1874


Meredith Lineage Edward5, Lucy Louisa Anne MEREDITH4, John3, John2, John1, Josiah0
Aston Lineage Edward3, John2, Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherRev. Edward Albert Henry ASTON b. 14 November 1843, d. 1923
MotherChristiana RICE b. 26 October 1842, d. 1926

Biography

Rev. Edward John Noel ASTON was born on 14 December 1874 in Brecon, Wales.1,2,3 He and Helen Sarah WIGHTWICK were married on 27 April 1909.3
Rev. Edward John Noel Aston was educated at St. Edward's School, Oxford, and Jesus College, Oxford. He was a student of Wells Theological College. He was Assistant Curate at Wyke Regis, Dorset in 1905 and Vicar of Yarnton, Oxfordshire in 1923.

Relationship:4th great-grandson of Josiah MEREDITH
2nd great-grandson of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S38] England Census
  2. [S529] The Roll of St. Edward's School, 1863-1963, J. M. D. Gauntlett (1963) Page 52 Google Books online: books.google.com/ accessed Mar 2009
  3. [S792] Private communication from Robert Rice

Last Edited2 January 2012

Hannah Maria BUSHNELL1

F, #1037, b. about 1822, d. 1886


Biography

Hannah Maria BUSHNELL was born about 1822 in Beenham. She and Thomas Lawrence ASTON were married in June 1862 in Sandhurst, Kent.1 She died in 1886 in Isle Of Wight Registration District registered Q1, aged 62.
Hannah Maria was the daughter of Rev. John Bushnell, Vicar of Beenham, who was deceased at the time of her marriage in 1862.

Family

Child with Thomas Lawrence ASTON b. 15 June 1829, d. 1 September 1892

DaughterAmy MAGILL b. about 1871

Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S354] The Times, Saturday, Jun 21, 1862; pg. 1; Issue 24278; col A. Marriage announcement: T. Lawrence Aston - H. Maria Bushnell. Gale Group Databases accessed Feb 2009. “At Sandhurst, Kent, by the Rev. Thomas Hext Bushnell, M.A., vicar at Beenham, Berkshire, assisted by REv. R, Stafford Bushnell, M.A., brothers of the bride, T. Lawrence Aston, son of John Aston, Esq., of Westfield, Edgbaston, to H. Maria Bushnell, daughter of the late Rev. John Bushnell, M.A., vicar of Beenham.”

Last Edited30 April 2009

Amy MAGILL1

F, #1038, b. about 1871


Meredith Lineage Thomas Lawrence ASTON5, Lucy Louisa Anne MEREDITH4, John3, John2, John1, Josiah0
Aston Lineage Thomas Lawrence ASTON3, John2, Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherThomas Lawrence ASTON b. 15 June 1829, d. 1 September 1892
MotherHannah Maria BUSHNELL b. about 1822, d. 1886

Biography

Amy MAGILL was born about 1871 in Ireland.

Relationship:4th great-granddaughter of Josiah MEREDITH
2nd great-granddaughter of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S38] England Census, - 1891

Last Edited9 February 2009

Katharine Ann PEMBERTON1

F, #1039, b. about 1829, d. 1875


Biography

Katharine Ann PEMBERTON was born about 1829. She and Rev. John Meredith Lawrence ASTON were married in 1857 in King’s Norton Registration District registered Q3.1 She died in 1875.1

Family

Children with Rev. John Meredith Lawrence ASTON b. 25 September 1825, d. 2 March 1880

DaughterKatharine Eliza ASTON b. 1858
DaughterLucy Elizabeth St George ASTON b. about 1861
DaughterBeatrice ASTON b. 1862
SonPaul Meredith ASTON b. 1865, d. about 1904

Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)

Last Edited30 April 2009

Katharine Eliza ASTON

F, #1040, b. 1858


Meredith Lineage John5, Lucy Louisa Anne MEREDITH4, John3, John2, John1, Josiah0
Aston Lineage John3, John2, Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherRev. John Meredith Lawrence ASTON b. 25 September 1825, d. 2 March 1880
MotherKatharine Ann PEMBERTON b. about 1829, d. 1875

Biography

Katharine Eliza ASTON was born in 1858.1

Relationship:4th great-granddaughter of Josiah MEREDITH
2nd great-granddaughter of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)

Last Edited30 April 2009

Lucy Elizabeth St George ASTON

F, #1041, b. about 1861


Meredith Lineage John5, Lucy Louisa Anne MEREDITH4, John3, John2, John1, Josiah0
Aston Lineage John3, John2, Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherRev. John Meredith Lawrence ASTON b. 25 September 1825, d. 2 March 1880
MotherKatharine Ann PEMBERTON b. about 1829, d. 1875

Biography

Lucy Elizabeth St George ASTON was born about 1861.1

Relationship:4th great-granddaughter of Josiah MEREDITH
2nd great-granddaughter of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)

Last Edited30 April 2009

Beatrice ASTON

F, #1042, b. 1862


Meredith Lineage John5, Lucy Louisa Anne MEREDITH4, John3, John2, John1, Josiah0
Aston Lineage John3, John2, Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherRev. John Meredith Lawrence ASTON b. 25 September 1825, d. 2 March 1880
MotherKatharine Ann PEMBERTON b. about 1829, d. 1875

Biography

Beatrice ASTON was born in 1862.1 She and George William JENNENS were married in 1885 in King’s Norton Registration District registered Q2.
Beatrice is enumerated in the 1911 census at 19 Prospect Road, St. Albans, with her husband George and two sons John and Oliver. The census records that she had 3 children but with only two still alive.

Family

Children with George William JENNENS b. about 1860

SonJohn Meredith JENNENS b. about 1887
SonOliver JENNENS b. about 1890

Relationship:4th great-granddaughter of Josiah MEREDITH
2nd great-granddaughter of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)

Last Edited10 July 2009

Paul Meredith ASTON

M, #1043, b. 1865, d. about 1904


Meredith Lineage John5, Lucy Louisa Anne MEREDITH4, John3, John2, John1, Josiah0
Aston Lineage John3, John2, Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherRev. John Meredith Lawrence ASTON b. 25 September 1825, d. 2 March 1880
MotherKatharine Ann PEMBERTON b. about 1829, d. 1875

Biography

Paul Meredith ASTON was born in 1865.1 He and Lillie B. were married. He died about 1904 in Florida, USA.2
Paul Meredith Aston emigrated from the UK to Florida in 1889 and was a Fruit Grower there.

Relationship:4th great-grandson of Josiah MEREDITH
2nd great-grandson of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)
  2. [S519] Find a Grave, Memorial# 28794111 for Paul M. Aston http://tinyurl.com/chcba9 accessed Mar 2009

Last Edited24 December 2009

Lillie B.

F, #1044, b. June 1872


Biography

Lillie B. was born in June 1872 in Alabama, USA.1 She and Paul Meredith ASTON were married.

Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S276] US Census, 1900, Florida, Brevard County, Precinct 10

Last Edited30 April 2009

Emily Ethel Lucy ASTON1

F, #1045, b. 1865, d. 13 March 1933


Meredith Lineage George5, Lucy Louisa Anne MEREDITH4, John3, John2, John1, Josiah0
Aston Lineage George3, John2, Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherGeorge Lyttleton ASTON b. about 1839, d. 1902
MotherSarah CHIPPINDALE b. about 1841, d. 6 February 1911

Biography

Emily Ethel Lucy ASTON was born in 1865 in Birmingham, Warwickshire.1 She and John Howard HEATON were married in 1895 in Cheltenham Registration District registered Q3.1 She died on 13 March 1933, at age ~68, “On March 13, 1933, suddenly, Emily Lucy Ethel, the beloved wife of Howard Heaton of "Wayside", Solihull.”.2

Family

Children with John Howard HEATON b. 26 May 1863, d. 2 November 1939

DaughterTheodora Ethel Howard HEATON b. 11 June 1898, d. 5 December 1983
DaughterLucy Georgina C. HEATON b. 1905, d. 1989
DaughterKathleen Honor A. HEATON b. 1905, d. 2003
SonGeorge Howard HEATON b. 16 April 1908, d. 1993

Relationship:4th great-granddaughter of Josiah MEREDITH
2nd great-granddaughter of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Heaton Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)
  2. [S524] The Times, Wednesday, Mar 15, 1933; pg. 1; Issue 46393; col A. Death announcement: Heaton. Gale Group Databases accessed Feb 2009. “On March 13, 1933, suddenly, Emily Lucy Ethel, the beloved wife of Howard Heaton of "Wayside", Solihull.”

Last Edited10 July 2009

Georgina Maud ASTON

F, #1046, b. about 1867, d. 29 April 1945


Meredith Lineage George5, Lucy Louisa Anne MEREDITH4, John3, John2, John1, Josiah0
Aston Lineage George3, John2, Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherGeorge Lyttleton ASTON b. about 1839, d. 1902
MotherSarah CHIPPINDALE b. about 1841, d. 6 February 1911

Biography

Georgina Maud ASTON was born about 1867.1 She and Herbert Wells Bayley SHEWELL were married in 1906 in Cheltenham Registration District registered Q3.2 She died on 29 April 1945 in Weymouth “On April 29, 1945, peacefully, at Weymouth, Georgina Maud, widow of Surgeon Captain H.W.B. Shewell, O.B.E., R.N., and beloved mother of Commander (S) H.H.L. Shewell, R.N., aged 72. Service at Holy Trinity Church at 2 p.m. tomorrow (Tuesday), followed by cremation, private. No letters and no flowers, except from family, please. Donations to Weymouth Hospital if desired.”.3 She was buried on 1 May 1945 in Holy Trinity Church, Weymouth.3

Family

Child with Herbert Wells Bayley SHEWELL b. 23 February 1872, d. 27 March 1945

SonCommander Henry H.L. SHEWELL, R.N. b. about 1909

Relationship:4th great-granddaughter of Josiah MEREDITH
2nd great-granddaughter of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S38] England Census
  2. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)
  3. [S528] The Times, Monday, Apr 30, 1945; pg. 1; Issue 50130; col A. Death announcement: Shewell. Gale Group Databases accessed Feb 2009. “On April 29, 1945, peacefully, at Weymouth, Georgina Maud, widow of Surgeon Captain H.W.B. Shewell, O.B.E., R.N., and beloved mother of Commander (S) H.H.L. Shewell, R.N., aged 72. Service at Holy Trinity Church at 2 p.m. tomorrow (Tuesday), followed by cremation, private. No letters and no flowers, except from family, please. Donations to Weymouth Hospital if desired.”

Last Edited10 July 2009

Mary Augusta M ASTON1

F, #1047, b. 1871, d. 1921


Meredith Lineage George5, Lucy Louisa Anne MEREDITH4, John3, John2, John1, Josiah0
Aston Lineage George3, John2, Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherGeorge Lyttleton ASTON b. about 1839, d. 1902
MotherSarah CHIPPINDALE b. about 1841, d. 6 February 1911

Biography

Mary Augusta M ASTON was born in 1871 in Birmingham, Warwickshire.1 She and Charles MADELEY were married in 1898.1 She died in 1921, at age ~50, in Warwick Registration District registered Q1.1

Family

Children with Charles MADELEY b. about 1869

SonCharles Lawrence A. MADELEY b. 24 November 1900, d. 1986
DaughterMarguerite Meredith MADELEY b. about 1904

Relationship:4th great-granddaughter of Josiah MEREDITH
2nd great-granddaughter of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)

Last Edited10 July 2009

William Chippindale Manskopf ASTON1

M, #1048, b. about 1868, d. 20 April 1938


Meredith Lineage George5, Lucy Louisa Anne MEREDITH4, John3, John2, John1, Josiah0
Aston Lineage George3, John2, Samuel1, William0

Parents

FatherGeorge Lyttleton ASTON b. about 1839, d. 1902
MotherSarah CHIPPINDALE b. about 1841, d. 6 February 1911

Biography

William Chippindale Manskopf ASTON was born about 1868.1 He and -?- were married in 1909 in Strand Registration District registered Q2. He died on 20 April 1938 in 8 Waterloo Place, Weymouth, Dorset.2 He was buried on 23 April 1938 in Melcombe Regis, Dorset.3

Relationship:4th great-grandson of Josiah MEREDITH
2nd great-grandson of William ASTON
Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)
  2. [S1259] Ancestry.com. England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA
  3. [S1132] National Burial Index for England and Wales; www.findmypast.co.uk

Last Edited29 April 2017

Edna Milgrove PAIN1

F, #1049, b. about 1843


Biography

Edna Milgrove PAIN was born about 1843 in Dawlish, Devonshire. She and Charles Reginald ASTON were married on 16 February 1871 in Parish Church, Frimley, Surrey.2
Edna Milgrove Pain was the third daughter of Edward Pain of Wykeham Park, Frimley, Surrey.2

Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)
  2. [S1089] Marriage announcement: Aston-Pain; Birmingham Gazette - Saturday 25 February 1871, pg. 8, “ASTON-PAIN.- On the 16th inst., at the Parish Church, Frimley, Surrey, by the Rev. E. H. Aston (brother of the bridegroom), assisted by the Rev. C. Stowhouse, rector of the parish, Charles Reginald, third son of John Aston, Esq., of Westfield, Edgbaston, to Edna Milgrove, third daughter of Edward Pain, Esq., of Wykeham Park, Frimley, Surrey. No cards.”

Last Edited6 March 2012

Charles MADELEY1,2

M, #1050, b. about 1869


Biography

Charles MADELEY was born about 1869 in Solihull, Warwickshire.2 He and Mary Augusta M ASTON were married in 1898.1
Charles Madeley was described in the 1911 census as the Director of a Firm of Mechanical Engineers, living at Rowington, Warwickshire.

Family

Children with Mary Augusta M ASTON b. 1871, d. 1921

SonCharles Lawrence A. MADELEY b. 24 November 1900, d. 1986
DaughterMarguerite Meredith MADELEY b. about 1904

Appears on:Aston Indented Chart
Meredith Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S36] England & Wales FreeBMD (Ancestry.com)
  2. [S38] England Census

Last Edited10 July 2009