In Apr-Jun quarter 1874, Sarah married
William Richardson. The marriage is recorded in the registration
district of Braintree, Essex. William was born in the Jan-Mar
quarter of 1841 in Samford, Suffolk
. According to
the 1881, Sarah with William are living at Lower Street, Capel St Mary,
Suffolk. William is 40 years of age and was born in Capel St
Mary, Suffolk. He worked as an Agricultural Labourer
. They have three children:-
- Alice Richardson aged 7 years
- Kate Richardson aged 5 years
- Eva Richardson aged 3 years
According to the 1891 Census, they were living in Scotts Street, Capel St Mary
In 1901 Sarah lived on the London Road in Capel St Mary. William worked as a Road Labourer
Heavy work for a man of 60 years. Eva has married and was
living in the house but her husband was not present. Her son,
William H Rout, was there, aged 1 year
. William Richardson died on the Oct-Dec quarter of 1907
The 1911 census shows Sarah was a Widow
and still living at her home on the London Road. With her was her
grandson, William Harold Rout now 11 years old. There is no
mention of Eva
1. Alice Maud Richardson was born in the Oct-Dec quarter of 1873 in Capel St Mary, Suffolk. She was baptised on 7 December 1873.
2. Kate Richardson was born ca 1876 in Capel St Mary, Suffolk.
It appears she may have not married. In 1901, she worked as
a Domestic Servant in the household of Matilda F Cutts at 3 Mitcham
Road, Tooting Graveney. She was 26 years old and Single.
In 1911, Kate was still working as a Servant/Cook in the
household of MarionRuth Courthauld at Evegate House, Bocking,
3. Eva Richardson was born in the Jul-Sep quarter of 1877 in Capel St Mary, Suffolk. She married Harry Thomas Rout in the Jul-Sep quarter of 1899 in Samford, Suffolk. Harry was born ca1875 in Capel St Mary, Suffolk.
In 1901, Eva and their first son,
William Harold, born 1899, are staying with Eva's parents. Harry
has been found on the island of Guernsey in the Channel Islands.
He was working as a Miller at Fort Chateau Al Etoc. So why was he there? Simply employment or did he join the military?
In 1911 they lived 24 Wilberforce Street, Ipswich, Suffolk. Harry worked as a Miller's Fluor Packer.
Their first son, William Harold Rout, born 1900, was staying with
his garndmother. Another son, Arthur Cecil V, born 1904, had died
by this time. A daughter, Violet May, born 1899, had also died.
Frederick Owen, born 1902 and Gordon Clifford
Raymond aged just 9 months were at home.
Gordon married Grace Annie E Grimwood in 1936. Grace was born ca 1909 in Ipswich. Her parents were Joseph and Frances Grimwood. Gordon died in 1995 in Ipswich.