Jacob Hann

M, b. 13 February 1814, d. August 1880
     Jacob Hann was also known as Jacop Han. As of between 1814 and 1880, Jacob Hann lived at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was christened on 13 February 1814 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was the son of Thomas Hann and Catherine Powell. As of between 1841 and 1861, Jacob Hann lived at Wootton Street, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; his name was recorded as Jacop Han on the 1841 census and as Jacob Hand on the 1861 census. He charged with sodomy (with John Palmer 35?) - verdict, no bill (Palmer not guilty). Age recorded as 25 years on 6 March 1841 at County Assizes, Dorchester, Dorset. As of 7 June 1841, Jacop Han lived at Wootton Street, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was an errand boy on 30 March 1851. He was an arrant (sic) man on 7 April 1861. As of 7 April 1861, Jacob Hann lived at Wootton Street (18), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; his name was recorded as Jacob Hand. He was an agricultural labourer between 7 April 1861 and 2 April 1871. As of 2 April 1871, Jacob Hann lived at Long Lane (22), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; his name was recorded as Jacob Hand. He died in August 1880 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset, at age 66. He was buried on 13 August 1880 at the parish church, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset.

Jane Hann

F, b. 23 May 1831
     Jane Hann was also known as Han. She was christened on 23 May 1831 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She was the daughter of Peter Hann and Elizabeth Bradford. As of 7 June 1841, Jane Han lived at Wootton Street, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 30 March 1851, Jane Hann lived at North Allington (44), Allington, Dorset; and her sister Elizabeth were living with their employer Willam C Tucker (twine manufacturer) and his family. She was a servant between 30 March 1851 and 17 January 1853. She married James Fry Barrett, son of Ann Fry, on 17 January 1853 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 7 April 1861, Jane Barrett lived at North Allington (128), Allington, Dorset. She was a shoe binder on 7 April 1861. As of 3 April 1881, Jane Barrett lived at St Michael's Lane (55), Bridport, Dorset; her place of birth was recorded as Milton, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, Jane Barrett lived at North Allington 62c, Allington, Dorset. As of 2 April 1911, Jane Barrett lived at North Allington 62e, Allington, Dorset.

Children of Jane Hann and James Fry Barrett

James Fry Barrett

M, b. 25 May 1828, d. December 1916
     James Fry Barrett was christened on 25 May 1828 at St Swithun's Church, Allington, Dorset; he was christened as James Fry Barratt. He was the son of Ann Fry. James Fry Barrett married Jane Hann, daughter of Peter Hann and Elizabeth Bradford, on 17 January 1853 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. James Fry Barrett was a cordwainer between 17 January 1853 and 7 April 1861. As of 7 April 1861, James Fry Barrett lived at North Allington (128), Allington, Dorset. As of between 1880 and 3 April 1881, James Fry Barrett lived at St Michael's Lane (55), Bridport, Dorset. He was a stone mason between 1880 and 31 March 1901. As of 31 March 1901, James Fry Barrett lived at North Allington 62c, Allington, Dorset. He was an old age pensioner on 2 April 1911. As of 2 April 1911, James Fry Barrett lived at North Allington 62e, Allington, Dorset. He died in December 1916 at Bridport R D, Dorset, at age 88.

Children of James Fry Barrett and Jane Hann

William Hann

M, b. 11 August 1833, d. 6 March 1879
     William Hann was also known as Han. As of between 1833 and 1879, William Hann lived at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was christened on 11 August 1833 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was the son of Peter Hann and Elizabeth Bradford. As of 7 June 1841, William Han lived at Wootton Street, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He described on the census as an idiot between 1851 and 1871. As of 30 March 1851, William Hann lived at Wootton Street (15), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was an agricultural labourer on 7 April 1861. As of 7 April 1861, William Hann lived at Wootton Street (24), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; his name was recorded as William Hand. As of 2 April 1871, William Hann lived at Napp (Knapp) (6), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; recorded as William Hand. He died on 6 March 1879 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset, at age 45. He was buried on 13 March 1879 at the parish church, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset.

Fanny Hann

F, b. 25 October 1834, d. November 1834
     Fanny Hann was christened on 25 October 1834 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She was the daughter of Peter Hann and Elizabeth Bradford. Fanny Hann died in November 1834 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She was buried on 23 November 1834 at the parish church, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset.

Alfred Hann

M, b. 20 November 1835, d. before 3 April 1881
     Alfred Hann was also known as Alford Han. As of between 1835 and 1841, Alfred Hann lived at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was christened on 20 November 1835 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was the son of Peter Hann and Elizabeth Bradford. As of 7 June 1841, Alford Han lived at Wootton Street, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 30 March 1851, Alfred Hann lived at Wootton Street (15), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was an agricultural labourer on 30 March 1851. He married Jane Harriett Tuck on 16 June 1857 at Symondsbury ?, Dorset. As of between 16 June 1857 and 7 March 1858, Alfred Hann lived at Lyme Regis, Dorset. He was a maltster between 7 March 1858 and 7 April 1861. As of 1859, Alfred Hann lived at Symondsbury, Dorset. As of between 1860 and 1868, Alfred Hann lived at Netherbury, Dorset. As of 7 April 1861, Alfred Hann lived at High Street (19), Netherbury, Dorset. On either 26 Aug 1869 or 2 Sep 1869 he was awarded second prize (and 5 shillings) for his cottage garden and a commendation for his cabbages at the Cottage Garden and Labourers' Friend Society annual exhibition. As of 2 April 1871, Alfred Hann lived at High Street (63), Netherbury, Dorset. He died before 3 April 1881.

Children of Alfred Hann and Jane Harriett Tuck

Jane Harriett Tuck

F, b. circa 1831, d. 16 March 1915
     Jane Harriett Tuck was born circa 1831 at Symondsbury, Dorset. She married Alfred Hann, son of Peter Hann and Elizabeth Bradford, on 16 June 1857 at Symondsbury ?, Dorset. As of 7 April 1861, Jane Harriett Tuck lived at High Street (19), Netherbury, Dorset. She gave evidence at the Magisterial investigation into a charge of concealment of birth levelled against Sarah Ann Tizzard (whom see for details.) As of 2 April 1871, Jane Harriett Hann lived at High Street (63), Netherbury, Dorset. She was a laundress between 1881 and 1891. As of 3 April 1881, Jane Harriett Hann lived at High Street (86), Netherbury, Dorset. As of between 1889 and 1897, Jane Harriett Hann lived at St James Road - the Old Workhouse, Netherbury, Dorset. She qualified to vote as occupier of a dwelling house between 1889 and 1897 at St James Road - the Old Workhouse, Netherbury, Dorset. She was being kept by parish on 31 March 1901. As of 31 March 1901, Jane Harriett Hann lived at High Street 98, Netherbury, Dorset. She was an old age pensioner on 2 April 1911. As of 2 April 1911, Jane Harriett Hann lived at The Village, Netherbury, Dorset. She died on 16 March 1915 at Netherbury, Dorset. She was buried after 16 March 1915 at St Mary the Virgin Church (grave 156), Netherbury, Dorset.

Children of Jane Harriett Tuck and Alfred Hann

Elizabeth Hann

F, b. 12 June 1838, d. June 1914
     Elizabeth Hann was also known as Han. She was born on 12 June 1838 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She was the daughter of Peter Hann and Elizabeth Bradford. Elizabeth Hann was christened on 4 January 1839 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; was recorded as Elizabeth Han. As of 7 June 1841, Elizabeth Han lived at Wootton Street, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She was a servant on 30 March 1851. As of 30 March 1851, Elizabeth Hann lived at North Allington (44), Allington, Dorset; and her sister Jane were living with their employer Willam C Tucker (twine manufacturer) and his family. She married Bernard Grinter Hallett on 31 January 1860 at Axminster R D, Devon. As of 7 April 1861, Elizabeth Hallett lived at Bellair Cottage, Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset. As of 2 April 1871, Elizabeth Hallett lived at West Street (145), Bridport, Dorset. As of 3 April 1881, Elizabeth Hann lived at South Street (19), Bridport, Dorset. As of 5 April 1891, Elizabeth Hallett lived at South Street (113), Bridport, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, Elizabeth Hallett lived at Church Street (48), Lyme Regis, Dorset. As of 2 April 1911, Elizabeth Hallett lived at East Street 98, Bridport, Dorset. She died in June 1914 at Bridport R D, Dorset.

Children of Elizabeth Hann and Bernard Grinter Hallett

Bernard Grinter Hallett

M, b. 3 December 1838, d. September 1913
     Bernard Grinter Hallett was christened on 3 December 1838 at St Candida and Holy Cross Church, Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset; the son of William (mason) and Marina. He married Elizabeth Hann, daughter of Peter Hann and Elizabeth Bradford, on 31 January 1860 at Axminster R D, Devon. Bernard Grinter Hallett was a carter on 7 April 1861. As of 7 April 1861, Bernard Grinter Hallett lived at Bellair Cottage, Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset. He was a razor grinder on 2 April 1871. As of 2 April 1871, Bernard Grinter Hallett lived at West Street (145), Bridport, Dorset. He was a baker on 3 April 1881. As of 3 April 1881, Bernard Grinter Hallett lived at South Street (19), Bridport, Dorset. As of 5 April 1891, Bernard Grinter Hallett lived at South Street (113), Bridport, Dorset. He was a cutler on 5 April 1891. He was a cutler and grinder on 31 March 1901. As of 31 March 1901, Bernard Grinter Hallett lived at Church Street (48), Lyme Regis, Dorset; was recorded as Barnett Hallett. As of 2 April 1911, Bernard Grinter Hallett lived at East Street 98, Bridport, Dorset. He was a cycle fitter on 2 April 1911. He died in September 1913 at Bridport R D, Dorset, at age 74.

Children of Bernard Grinter Hallett and Elizabeth Hann

Mary Hann

F, b. 17 January 1841, d. 20 December 1935
     As of between 1841 and 1851, Mary Hann lived at Wootton Street, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; recorded as Mary Han on the 1841 census. She was born on 17 January 1841 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She was the daughter of Peter Hann and Elizabeth Bradford. Mary Hann was christened on 17 April 1841 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 30 March 1851, Mary Hann lived at Wootton Street (15), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She married Alfred Bowditch, son of Amelia Bowditch, on 1 March 1860 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 7 April 1861, Mary Bowditch lived at Higher Guppy, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; her name was recorded as Mary Bowdige. As of 2 April 1871, Mary Bowditch lived at Wootton Hill (34), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; her name was recorded as Mary Bowdige. As of 3 April 1881, Mary Bowditch lived at Long Lane (19), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; her name was recorded as Mary Bowdege. As of 5 April 1891, Mary Bowditch lived at Charmouth Street - Mill View Terrace 1, Charmouth, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, Mary Bowditch lived at Higher Sea Lane (113), Charmouth, Dorset. As of 2 April 1911, Mary Bowditch lived at Higher Sea Lane 'Soldier's Cottage', Charmouth, Dorset. She died on 20 December 1935 at Charmouth, Dorset, at age 94.

Children of Mary Hann and Alfred Bowditch

Alfred Bowditch1

M, b. 24 November 1839, d. 2 March 1913
     Alfred Bowditch was born on 24 November 1839 at Fishpond Bottom, Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset. He was the son of Amelia Bowditch. As of 7 June 1841, Alfred Bowditch lived at Fishpond Bottom, Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset. As of 30 March 1851, Alfred Bowditch lived at Lambert's Castle (17), Hawkchurch, Devon; He was living with his grandparents, Benjamin (shoe thread manufacturer) and Esther, aunt Louisa (22) and uncle James (18). His name was recorded as Alfred Bowdige. He was a plough boy on 30 March 1851. He married Mary Hann, daughter of Peter Hann and Elizabeth Bradford, on 1 March 1860 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 7 April 1861, Alfred Bowditch lived at Higher Guppy, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; his name was recorded as Robert Bowdige. He was an agricultural labourer between 7 April 1861 and 5 April 1891. As of 2 April 1871, Alfred Bowditch lived at Wootton Hill (34), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; his name was recorded as Alford Bowdige. As of 3 April 1881, Alfred Bowditch lived at Long Lane (19), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; his name was recorded as Alford Bowdege. As of 5 April 1891, Alfred Bowditch lived at Charmouth Street - Mill View Terrace 1, Charmouth, Dorset. He was a general labourer on 31 March 1901. As of 31 March 1901, Alfred Bowditch lived at Higher Sea Lane (113), Charmouth, Dorset. As of 2 April 1911, Alfred Bowditch lived at Higher Sea Lane 'Soldier's Cottage', Charmouth, Dorset. He was an old age pensioner and general labourer on 2 April 1911. He died on 2 March 1913 at Upper Sea Lane, Charmouth, Dorset, at age 73.

Children of Alfred Bowditch and Mary Hann

Thomas Hann

M, b. 9 November 1843
     Thomas Hann was born on 9 November 1843 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was the son of Peter Hann and Elizabeth Bradford.

Charlotte Hann

F, b. 14 January 1844, d. before 5 June 1911
     As of between 1843 and 30 March 1851, Charlotte Hann lived at Wootton Street, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She was christened on 14 January 1844 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She was the daughter of Peter Hann and Elizabeth Bradford. As of 30 March 1851, Charlotte Hann lived at Wootton Street (15), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 7 April 1861, Charlotte Hann lived at Wootton Street (24), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; her name was recorded as Charlotte Hand. Marriage banns for Charlotte Hann and Job Langdon were published between 11 October 1868 and 25 October 1868 at Ss Peter and Paul Church, Uplyme, Devon. Charlotte Hann married Job Langdon on 5 November 1868 at Ss Peter and Paul Church, Uplyme, Devon. As of 2 April 1871, Charlotte Langdon lived at Shapwick Cottages (48), Axminster, Devon. As of between 3 April 1881 and 5 April 1891, Charlotte Hann lived at Greenacre Road - Whitland Cottages 2, Axmouth, Devon. As of between 31 March 1901 and 2 April 1911, Charlotte Langdon lived at Marshalsea - Crowcroft Farm, Marshwood, Dorset. She died before 5 June 1911 at Marshwood, Dorset. She was buried on 5 June 1911 at St Mary's Church, Marshwood, Dorset.

Children of Charlotte Hann and Job Langdon

Ellen Hann

F, b. March 1850, d. 1939
     As of between 1850 and 30 March 1851, Ellen Hann lived at Wootton Street, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She was born in March 1850 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She was the daughter of Peter Hann and Elizabeth Bradford. As of 30 March 1851, Ellen Hann lived at Wootton Street (15), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 7 April 1861, Ellen Hann lived at Wootton Street (24), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; her name was recorded as Ellen Hand. As of 7 April 1871, Ellen Hann lived at Napp (Knapp) (6), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; recorded as Ellen Hand. She married Joseph White, son of Thomas White and Elizabeth Way, on 26 February 1874 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 3 April 1881, Ellen White lived at Napp (Knapp) (6), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 5 April 1891, Ellen White lived at Napp (Knapp) Cottage (10), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, Ellen White lived at Knapp Cottage (13), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 2 April 1911, Ellen White lived at Knapp Cottage (15), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She was a charwoman on 2 April 1911. She died in 1939 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset.

Children of Ellen Hann and Joseph White

Joseph White

M, b. 18 January 1851, d. March 1904
     Joseph White was christened on 18 January 1851 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was the son of Thomas White and Elizabeth Way. As of 7 April 1861, Joseph White lived at Champernhayes Marsh (58), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was a gamekeeper's assistant on 2 April 1871. As of 2 April 1871, Joseph White lived at Higher Spence, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was a gamekeeper in 1874. He married Ellen Hann, daughter of Peter Hann and Elizabeth Bradford, on 26 February 1874 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 3 April 1881, Joseph White lived at Napp (Knapp) (6), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was an agricultural labourer between 3 April 1881 and 31 March 1901. As of 5 April 1891, Joseph White lived at Napp (Knapp) Cottage (10), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, Joseph White lived at Knapp Cottage (13), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He died in March 1904 at Bridport R D, Dorset, at age 53.

Children of Joseph White and Ellen Hann

Job Hann

M, b. 16 September 1831, d. before 30 June 1906
     Job Hann was also known as Hand. Job Hann was also known as Jobe Han. He was christened on 16 September 1831 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was the son of Solomon Hann and Mary Lacey. As of 7 June 1841, Jobe Han lived at Wootton Street, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 30 March 1851, Job Hann lived at Champernhayes Marsh, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was a servant on 30 March 1851. He was an agricultural labourer on 7 April 1861. As of 7 April 1861, Job Hann lived at Wootton Street (29), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; his name was recorded as Job Hand. He married Hannah Genge, daughter of George Genge and Sarah Owsley, in September 1861 at Honiton R D, Devon; his name was recorded as Job Hand and hers as Hannah Gange. Job Hann was a farmer of 91 acres on 3 April 1881. As of between 3 April 1881 and November 1893, Job Hann lived at Baber's Farm, Marshwood, Dorset. He as Job Han qualified to be a juror by virtue of his status as a farmer between 1885 and 1893 at Baber's Farm, Marshwood, Dorset. As of 19 March 1898, Job Hand lived at Harcombe, Uplyme, Devon. He married Mary Ann Lugg on 19 March 1898 at Monkton Wyld, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; witnesses were Albert Brandham Hand(sic) (groom's nephew) and Caroline Holman. As of 31 March 1901, Job Hand lived at Yawl Hill, Uplyme, Devon. He was a farmer on 31 March 1901. He died before 30 June 1906 at Uplyme, Devon; his age was recorded as 62 years. He was buried on 30 June 1906 at Ss Peter and Paul Church, Uplyme, Devon.

Children of Job Hann and Mary Ann Lugg

Hannah Genge

F, b. 15 May 1831, d. before 16 November 1893
     Hannah Genge was christened on 15 May 1831 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She was the daughter of George Genge and Sarah Owsley. As of 7 June 1841, Hannah Genge lived at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 7 April 1861, Hannah Genge lived at Wootton Street (29), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; her name was recorded as Hannah Hand. She married Job Hann, son of Solomon Hann and Mary Lacey, in September 1861 at Honiton R D, Devon; his name was recorded as Job Hand and hers as Hannah Gange. As of between 3 April 1881 and November 1893, Hannah Hann lived at Baber's Farm, Marshwood, Dorset. She died before 16 November 1893 at Baber's Farm, Marshwood, Dorset. She was buried on 16 November 1893 at the parish church, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset.

Betsy (Ann) Hann

F, b. 27 September 1834, d. before 10 April 1835
     Betsy (Ann) Hann was born on 27 September 1834 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She was the daughter of Solomon Hann and Mary Lacey. Betsy (Ann) Hann was christened on 21 December 1834 at Morcombelake - Independent Chapel, Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset; her name was recorded as Betsy Ann Hand. She was christened on 21 February 1835 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She died before 10 April 1835 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. She was buried on 10 April 1835 at the parish church, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset.

George Hann

M, b. 16 October 1836, d. 19 November 1912
     George Hann was also known as Han. As of between 1836 and 1841, George Hann lived at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was christened on 16 October 1836 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was the son of Solomon Hann and Mary Lacey. As of 7 June 1841, George Han lived at Wootton Street, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was a servant on 30 March 1851. As of 30 March 1851, George Hann lived at Higher Sea Lane, Charmouth, Dorset; his name was recorded as George Hand. As of 7 April 1861, George Hann lived at Charmouth Street (27), Charmouth, Dorset; he was staying with his aunt, Ann Lac(e)y, 41 year-old dressmaker, born Thorncombe, Dorset. He was a carrier on 7 April 1861. He married Jane Hooke circa 11 May 1862 at The Baptist Chapel, Lyme Regis, Devon; notice was published of the marriage. At the time of the publication on 11 May 1862 at Axminster Register Office of the Notice of Marriage of George and Jane, George was said to be a 26 year-old bachelor gardener of Charmouth (resident 4 years) and Jane a 30 year-old spinster resident of Lyme Regis since childhood. As of 2 April 1871, George Hann lived at Silver Street (172), Lyme Regis, Dorset; his 13 year-old son-in-law, WIlliam Hook (born in Lyme), was living with him. He was a domestic servant on 2 April 1871. He was a gentleman's servant on 3 April 1881. As of 3 April 1881, George Hann lived at Silver Street, Lyme Regis, Dorset. As of 5 April 1891, George Hann lived at Silver Street 182, Lyme Regis, Dorset. He was a gardener to Mary Abrahams on 5 April 1891. As of 31 March 1901, George Hann lived at Silver Street 279, Lyme Regis, Dorset; He was boarding with James Perry (ship's pilot) and his wife, Sarah. He was a domestic gardener on 31 March 1901. As of 2 April 1911, George Hann lived at Silver Street 44, Lyme Regis, Dorset. He died on 19 November 1912 at Axminster R D, Devon, at age 76.

Children of George Hann and Jane Hooke

Jane Hooke

F, b. 16 February 1826, d. 19 February 1899
     Jane Hooke was born on 16 February 1826 at Lyme Regis, Dorset; was daughter of William and Mary Ann Hook. She was christened on 31 March 1826 at Coombe Street Independent Chapel, Lyme Regis, Dorset; was recorded as Jane Hook. As of 30 March 1851, Jane Hooke lived at Bruce Lane 2, St Peter Port, Guernsey (Guernesey); was living with the widowed Elizabeth Cole (house keeper.) She was a washer woman on 7 April 1861. As of 7 April 1861, Jane Hooke lived at Silver Street (156), Lyme Regis, Dorset. She married George Hann, son of Solomon Hann and Mary Lacey, circa 11 May 1862 at The Baptist Chapel, Lyme Regis, Devon; notice was published of the marriage. At the time of the publication on 11 May 1862 at Axminster Register Office of the Notice of Marriage of George and Jane, George was said to be a 26 year-old bachelor gardener of Charmouth (resident 4 years) and Jane a 30 year-old spinster resident of Lyme Regis since childhood. As of 2 April 1871, Jane Hooke lived at Blackfriars - Ireland Yard 9, City of London, Greater London; she was living with her son-in-law, Henry Baldock (warehouseman) and his wife, Emily (born ca 1849 in Guernsey.) She was a laundress on 2 April 1871. As of 5 April 1891, Jane Hooke lived at Crogg 75, Uplyme, Devon. She was a laundry assistant on 5 April 1891. She died on 19 February 1899 at Uplyme, Devon, at age 73. She was buried on 21 February 1899 at Uplyme, Devon.

Child of Jane Hooke and John Boarer

Children of Jane Hooke and George Hann

John Albert Hann

M, b. March 1841
     John Albert Hann was also known as John Han. John Albert Hann was also known as Albert Hand. John Albert Hann was also known as Albert Hann. He was born in March 1841 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was the son of Solomon Hann and Mary Lacey. John Albert Hann was christened on 5 April 1841 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 7 June 1841, John Han lived at Wootton Street, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 30 March 1851, John Albert Hann lived at Champernhayes Marsh, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 7 April 1861, John Albert Hann lived at Long Lane (10), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; his name was initially recorded as John A Hand but changed to Hann. He was a carter on 7 April 1861. He married Amelia Emma Wakely, daughter of John Wakely and Sarah Northover, on 30 May 1864 at the parish church, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; witnesses were John Wakely (bride's father) and Ann Moore. John Albert Hann placed a notice in the Bridport News on 18 September 1867. He was an agricultural labourer between 1871 and 1881. As of 2 April 1871, Albert Hand lived at Long Lane (23), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; was living with his parents. He married Elizabeth Way in February 1878 at Bridport R D, Dorset. As of 3 April 1881, Albert Hann lived at Fishpond, Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset.

Child of John Albert Hann and Amelia Emma Wakely

Children of John Albert Hann and Elizabeth Way

Amelia Emma Wakely

F, b. 26 October 1845
     Amelia Emma Wakely was also known as Emma. Amelia Emma Wakely was also known as Emelia Emma Wakely. She was christened on 26 October 1845 at Salway Ash - Holy Trinity Church, Netherbury, Dorset. She was the daughter of John Wakely and Sarah Northover. As of 30 March 1851, Amelia Emma Wakely lived at Bowood (28), Netherbury, Dorset. She was a twine braider on 7 April 1861. As of 7 April 1861, Emma Wakely lived at Bowood (139), Netherbury, Dorset. She married John Albert Hann, son of Solomon Hann and Mary Lacey, on 30 May 1864 at the parish church, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; witnesses were John Wakely (bride's father) and Ann Moore.

Child of Amelia Emma Wakely and John Albert Hann

Elizabeth Way

F, b. circa 1859
     Elizabeth Way was born circa 1859 at Winsham, Somerset. She married John Albert Hann, son of Solomon Hann and Mary Lacey, in February 1878 at Bridport R D, Dorset.

Children of Elizabeth Way and John Albert Hann

William Job Tuck Hann

M, b. 13 December 1857, d. 13 November 1896
     William Job Tuck Hann was born on 13 December 1857 at Lyme Regis, Dorset. He was the son of Alfred Hann and Jane Harriett Tuck. William Job Tuck Hann was christened on 7 March 1858 at Lyme Regis, Dorset. As of 7 April 1861, William Job Tuck Hann lived at High Street (19), Netherbury, Dorset. As of 2 April 1871, William Job Tuck Hann lived at High Street (63), Netherbury, Dorset. As of 3 April 1881, William Job Tuck Hann lived at Charmouth Street, Charmouth, Dorset; he was lodging with William White (ostler) and his wife, Hannah, and family. He was a groom between 3 April 1881 and 1886. He married Emily Barrett, daughter of Charles Barrett and Susan Wakford, on 31 December 1882 at Axminster R D, Devon. William Job Tuck Hann was a postman in 1884. As of 5 April 1891, William Job Tuck Hann lived at Charmouth Street - Mill View Terrace 3, Charmouth, Dorset. He was a gardener on 5 April 1891. He died on 13 November 1896 at Netherbury, Dorset, at age 38. He was buried on 18 November 1896 at St Mary the Virgin Church, Netherbury, Dorset.

Children of William Job Tuck Hann and Emily Barrett

Emily Barrett

F, b. 21 March 1858, d. 11 July 1891
     Emily Barrett was christened on 21 March 1858 at Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset. She was the daughter of Charles Barrett and Susan Wakford. Emily Barrett married William Job Tuck Hann, son of Alfred Hann and Jane Harriett Tuck, on 31 December 1882 at Axminster R D, Devon. As of 5 April 1891, Emily Hann lived at Charmouth Street - Mill View Terrace 3, Charmouth, Dorset. She died on 11 July 1891 at Charmouth, Dorset, at age 33. She was buried on 15 July 1891 at Charmouth, Dorset.

Children of Emily Barrett and William Job Tuck Hann

Mary Hannah Hann

F, b. 9 December 1859, d. 8 April 1957
     Mary Hannah Hann was also known as Hannah Mary Ketley. Mary Hannah Hann was also known as Mary Anna. She was born on 9 December 1859 at Symondsbury, Dorset. She was the daughter of Alfred Hann and Jane Harriett Tuck. Mary Anna Hann was christened on 12 February 1860 at St Mary the Virgin Church, Netherbury, Dorset. As of between 1861 and 1885, Mary Hannah Hann lived at Netherbury, Dorset; In 1861 she lived at (19) High Street, Netherbury and her name was recorded on the census as Fanny H Hann. As of 7 April 1861, Mary Hannah Hann lived at High Street (19), Netherbury, Dorset; Her name was recorded as Fanny H Hann. As of 2 April 1871, Mary Hannah Hann lived at High Street (63), Netherbury, Dorset. She married Charles William Kettley on 12 October 1885 at St Mary the Virgin Church, Netherbury, Dorset; marriage registration transcribed as Kelty/Ketty. As of 31 March 1901, Mary Hannah Hann lived at The Green (next to the Devonshire Arms Public House), Long Sutton, Somerset; Her name was recorded as Hannah M Ketly. As of 2 April 1911, Hannah Mary Ketley lived at Marston Magna, Somerset. As of between 26 March 1924 and 8 April 1957, Hannah Mary Ketley lived at Millbrook House, Marston Magna, Somerset. She registered with Yeovil Rural District Council under the National Registration Act. on 29 September 1939. She died on 8 April 1957 at Millbrook House, Marston Magna, Somerset, at age 97. Her estate was probated on 12 June 1957; granted to Winifred Mead Long (wife of Walter James Long). (Estate value £2704 9s 7d.)

Charles William Kettley

M, b. June 1862, d. 26 March 1924
     Charles William Kettley was born in June 1862 at Paddington, Greater London; recorded as Charles William Ketley. He married Mary Hannah Hann, daughter of Alfred Hann and Jane Harriett Tuck, on 12 October 1885 at St Mary the Virgin Church, Netherbury, Dorset; marriage registration transcribed as Kelty/Ketty. Charles William Kettley was a grocery and drapery shop keeper on 31 March 1901. As of 31 March 1901, Charles William Kettley lived at The Green (next to the Devonshire Arms Public House), Long Sutton, Somerset; recorded as Charles W Ketly. He was a retired draper on 2 April 1911. As of 2 April 1911, Charles William Kettley lived at Marston Magna, Somerset. He died on 26 March 1924 at Millbrook House, Marston Magna, Somerset, at age 61. His estate was probated on 21 May 1924; granted to George Thomas Ketley (yeoman), Herbert Rowland Ketley (captain) and Ernest Edward Ketley (solicitor's clerk), brothers. (Estate value £2909 5s 0d.)

Samuel James Bradford Hann

M, b. 6 August 1861, d. 1 April 1937
     Samuel James Bradford Hann was born on 6 August 1861 at Netherbury, Dorset. He was the son of Alfred Hann and Jane Harriett Tuck. Samuel James Bradford Hann was christened on 8 December 1861 at St Mary the Virgin Church, Netherbury, Dorset. As of 2 April 1871, Samuel James Bradford Hann lived at High Street (63), Netherbury, Dorset. He was a groom on 3 April 1881. As of 3 April 1881, Samuel James Bradford Hann lived at High Street (86), Netherbury, Dorset. He married Emma Rabson in December 1887 at Ticehurst R D, East Sussex. Samuel James Bradford Hann was a beerhouse keeper on 5 April 1891 at High Street (7), Melbourn, Cambridgeshire. He was a carpenter on 7 April 1901. As of 7 April 1901, Samuel James Bradford Hann lived at Woods Green Cottages 17, Wadhurst, East Sussex; For a photo of Woods Grren Cottages see http://www.wadhurst.demon.co.uk/wadhurst/oldwad.htm. He married Evelyn Juillet Blakemore in September 1908 at St Giles R D, Greater London; the groom was registered as Percy James Hann. As of 2 April 1911, Samuel James Bradford Hann lived at Hillside Farm Cottage, Etchingham, East Sussex. He was a general labourer on 2 April 1911. As of 31 May 1916, Samuel James Bradford Hann lived at Durgates 'Parkview' - c/o Mrs Bassett, Wadhurst, East Sussex. As of 12 July 1917, Samuel James Bradford Hann lived at Durgates, Wadhurst, East Sussex. He died on 1 April 1937 at Ticehurst, East Sussex, at age 75. He was buried after 1 April 1937 at St Mary's Church, Ticehurst, East Sussex.

Children of Samuel James Bradford Hann and Emma Rabson

Child of Samuel James Bradford Hann and Evelyn Juillet Blakemore

George Andrew Hann

M, b. September 1868, d. before 28 February 1869
     George Andrew Hann was born in September 1868 at Netherbury, Dorset. He was the son of Alfred Hann and Jane Harriett Tuck. George Andrew Hann was christened on 13 September 1868 at St Mary the Virgin Church, Netherbury, Dorset; as Andrew Hann. He died before 28 February 1869 at Netherbury, Dorset. He was buried on 28 February 1869 at St Mary the Virgin Church, Netherbury, Dorset.

William Alfred Hann

M, b. 15 March 1884, d. June 1971
     William Alfred Hann was born on 15 March 1884 at Charmouth, Dorset. He was the son of William Job Tuck Hann and Emily Barrett. William Alfred Hann was christened on 27 April 1884 at Charmouth, Dorset. As of 5 April 1891, William Alfred Hann lived at Charmouth Street - Mill View Terrace 3, Charmouth, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, William Alfred Hann lived at High Street 98, Netherbury, Dorset. He was a farm labourer on 31 March 1901. He may have been the William Hann, baker of Stockland, who was granted exemption from vaccination on conscientious grounds at Axminster Petty Sessions on 20 November 1906. As of 2 April 1911, William Alfred Hann lived at The Village, Netherbury, Dorset; he was living with his grandmother, Jane H Hann. He was a baker on 2 April 1911. He began military service on 10 January 1913 at Netherbury, Dorset, as 1791 - Private, 4th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment (TA) He signed for four years and gave his age as 24 years 1 month. He was a mason's labourer to W Sprackling of Netherbury on 10 January 1913. Whilst serving with the Labour Corps as 27852 he agreed to overseas service. His address at the time appears to have been 3 Sea Street, Whitstable. He was transferred. He was transferred again. He married Mabel Spratt in March 1917 at Blean R D, Kent. He was transferred to 13th (Works) Battalion, Devonshire Regiment at Plymouth when it became 3rd Labour Battalion, Devonshire Regiment. He transferred to the Royal Flying Corps? He was posted from E Company ? to 304 Reserve Company, Labour Corps. He was transferred to 13th Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry at Cromer, Norfolk prior to service as 32073 with C Company, 6th (Service) Battalion, Somerset Light Infantry on its absorbing 13 DCLI the same month. He was posted to 303 Company, Labour Corps; 6th (S) Bn, SLI having been posted to France. He was posted to 384 (Home Service) Employment Company, Labour Corps. He was posted to 442 Agricultural Company, Labour Corps. William Alfred Hann ended military service on 1 March 1919 at Dispersal Unit, Crystal Palace, Greater London; as 638566 - Private, 384 (HS) Labour Company. At some time during his varied military career he also appears to have had regimental number 53073. As of 11 October 1919, William Alfred Hann lived at St Mary's Cottages, Netherbury, Dorset. As of between 1920 and 1927, William Alfred Hann lived at High Street, Netherbury, Dorset. As of between 1928 and 29 September 1939, William Alfred Hann lived at James Road - Slape Cottages, Netherbury, Dorset. He was a labourer on gmt(?) estate on 29 September 1939. He registered with Beaminster Rural District Councl under the National Registration Act as W Alfred Hann and his 1884 birthyear recorded as 1885 - later amended to 1888 on 29 September 1939. He died in June 1971 at Poole at age 87.

Child of William Alfred Hann and Mabel Spratt

Mabel Spratt

F, b. 1887, d. 1 January 1955
     Mabel Spratt was born in 1887. She married William Alfred Hann, son of William Job Tuck Hann and Emily Barrett, in March 1917 at Blean R D, Kent. As of 11 October 1919, Mabel Hann lived at St Mary's Cottages, Netherbury, Dorset. As of between 1920 and 1927, Mabel Hann lived at High Street, Netherbury, Dorset. As of between 1928 and 29 September 1939, Mabel Hann lived at James Road - Slape Cottages, Netherbury, Dorset. She registered with Beaminster Rural District Councl under the National Registration Act. Her birthyear was recorded as 1891 - later amended to 1881 on 29 September 1939. She died on 1 January 1955 at Deepway, Exminster, Devon. As of 1 January 1955, Mabel Hann lived at St Luke's Road 'Pentax', Milber, Devon. Her estate was probated on 28 January 1955; granted to James Tarr (retired fish and poultry merchant). (Estate value £69 12s 6d.)

Child of Mabel Spratt and William Alfred Hann

Charles Henry Hann

M, b. 11 October 1885, d. December 1971
     Charles Henry Hann was born on 11 October 1885 at Charmouth, Dorset. He was the son of William Job Tuck Hann and Emily Barrett. Charles Henry Hann was christened on 13 December 1885 at Charmouth, Dorset. As of 5 April 1891, Charles Henry Hann lived at Charmouth Street - Mill View Terrace 3, Charmouth, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, Charles Henry Hann lived at High Street 98, Netherbury, Dorset. He was a draper's porter on 31 March 1901. He married Alice Maud Mary Groves, daughter of Samuel White Groves and Mary Elizabeth Mabey, on 25 April 1909 at St Mary the Virgin Church, Netherbury, Dorset; witnesses were Henry Palmer and Lily Louise Groves. Charles Henry Hann was a gardener between 25 April 1909 and 29 September 1939. As of 2 April 1911, Charles Henry Hann lived at Bournemouth Road, Parkstone, Poole. As of between 1915 and 1920, Charles Henry Hann lived at Florence Road 76, Parkstone, Poole. He began military service on 6 December 1915 at Poole as TA8/15749 - Private, 3/6th Reserve Battalion, Devonshire Regiment. He having been found unfit for military service although having a flair for lorry driving on 17 April 1916. Was tested and proved 'fair' as a lorry driver. He began military service on 1 January 1918 at Dorchester, Dorset, as M/354091- Private, 21st Motor Transport Vehicle Reception Park, Royal Army Service Corps. He was posted to Fort Gomer as a lorry driver. He travelled from Portsmouth to Rouen to join 1057 Motor Transport Company, Army Service Corps at 1st Brigade Motor Transport Depot. He was deprived of a day's pay for driving negligently and causing damage to the steering gear of lorry no. 23. He transferred to 39th Auxilliary Petrol Company. He was serving with 41 AAC Company. He was confined to camp for four days for leaving his car unattended on 30 Aug 1918. He ended military service on 11 November 1919; as M/354091 - Private, Royal Army Service Corps. He qualified to vote as occupier in 1920 at Florence Road 76, Parkstone, Poole. He registered with Wincanton Rural District Council under the National Registration Act on 29 September 1939. As of 29 September 1939, Charles Henry Hann lived at Cumnock Road 6, Wincanton, Somerset; hisr birthyear was recorded as 1887. He died in December 1971 at Sturminster R D, Dorset, at age 86.

Children of Charles Henry Hann and Alice Maud Mary Groves

Alice Maud Mary Groves

F, b. 28 September 1886, d. before 16 September 1965
     Alice Maud Mary Groves was born on 28 September 1886 at Litton Cheney, Dorset. She was the daughter of Samuel White Groves and Mary Elizabeth Mabey. As of 5 April 1891, Alice Maud Mary Groves lived at Hadspen House Cottages (4), Pitcombe, Somerset. She married Charles Henry Hann, son of William Job Tuck Hann and Emily Barrett, on 25 April 1909 at St Mary the Virgin Church, Netherbury, Dorset; witnesses were Henry Palmer and Lily Louise Groves. As of 2 April 1911, Alice Maud Mary Groves lived at Bournemouth Road, Parkstone, Poole. As of between 1915 and 1920, Alice Maud Mary Hann lived at Florence Road 76, Parkstone, Poole. She qualified to vote by virtue of her husband's occupation in 1920 at Florence Road 76, Parkstone, Poole. She registered with Wincanton Rural District Council under the National Registration Act on 29 September 1939. As of 29 September 1939, Alice Maud Mary Hann lived at Cumnock Road 6, Wincanton, Somerset; her birthyear was recorded as 1887. She died before 16 September 1965 at Weymouth R D, Dorset. As of before 16 September 1965, Alice Maud Mary Groves lived at Coppice Street 83, Shaftesbury, Dorset. She was buried on 16 September 1965 at St Rumbold's Church, Cann, Dorset.

Children of Alice Maud Mary Groves and Charles Henry Hann

Eveline May Hann

F, b. 24 December 1889, d. before 15 September 1945
     Eveline May Hann was also known as Evelyn May. Eveline May Hann was also known as May. She was born on 24 December 1889 at Charmouth, Dorset. She was the daughter of William Job Tuck Hann and Emily Barrett. As of 5 April 1891, Eveline May Hann lived at Charmouth Street - Mill View Terrace 3, Charmouth, Dorset; was recorded as Eveling Hann. As of 31 March 1901, Eveline May Hann lived at High Street 98, Netherbury, Dorset; was recorded as Evelign M Hann. As of 2 April 1911, May Hann lived at Bournemouth Road, Parkstone, Poole; She was staying with her brother, Charles, and his family. She was a parlourmaid on 2 April 1911. She was the parlourmaid to the Vaughan Johnson family between November 1916 and May 1918. As of between November 1916 and February 1920, Eveline May Hann lived at Bridport Road 'Woodlands', Beaminster, Dorset. She enrolled in Beaminster Women's Institite on 14 January 1918. She was promoted to cook in May 1918. Marriage banns for Evelyn May Hann and William John Pidgeon were published between 23 May 1920 and 6 June 1920 at St Mary the Virgin Church, Netherbury, Dorset. As of 22 June 1920, Eveline May Hann lived at Netherbury, Dorset. She married William John Pidgeon on 22 June 1920 at St Mary the Virgin Church, Netherbury, Dorset; witnesses were William Alfred Hann (bride's brother) and Florence Louise Pidgeon. Evelyn May Pidgeon registered with Beaminster Rural District Council under the National Registration Act. Her birthyear was shown as 1888 on 29 September 1939. As of between 29 September 1939 and September 1945, Evelyn May Pidgeon lived at Hogshill - Pattle (now Eggardon Close) 6, Beaminster, Dorset. She died before 15 September 1945 at Hogshill - Pattle (now Eggardon Close) 6, Beaminster, Dorset. She was buried on 15 September 1945 at Shortmoor - New Burial Ground (Beaminster Cemetery), Beaminster, Dorset.

Child of Eveline May Hann and William John Pidgeon

William John Pidgeon

M, b. 14 September 1888, d. 27 December 1967
     William John Pidgeon was born on 14 September 1888 at Symondsbury, Dorset; was the son of George (carter) and Louisa. He was christened on 28 October 1888 at St John the Baptist Church, Symondsbury, Dorset. As of 5 April 1891, William John Pidgeon lived at The Village (123), Symondsbury, Dorset; he was living with his parents George J (34 ag lab Whitchurch) and Louisa (33) and his siblings Rose E (6), Joseph J (4) and Ada M (11 months), all but George were born in Symondsbury.) As of 31 March 1901, William John Pidgeon lived at Netherbury, Dorset; was living with his parents George J (45, carter on farm, Whitchurch) and Louisa (44, household duties) and his siblings Joseph J (15, carter on a farm) and Ada M (10), Alice M (8), Florence L (6) and Arthur G (1) all but George were born in Symondsbury.) Marriage banns for William John Pidgeon and Evelyn May Hann were published between 23 May 1920 and 6 June 1920 at St Mary the Virgin Church, Netherbury, Dorset. As of 22 June 1920, William John Pidgeon lived at Chideock, Dorset. He married Evelyn May Hann, daughter of William Job Tuck Hann and Emily Barrett, on 22 June 1920 at St Mary the Virgin Church, Netherbury, Dorset; witnesses were William Alfred Hann (bride's brother) and Florence Louise Pidgeon. William John Pidgeon was a Royal Navy Stoker Petty Officer between 22 June 1920 and 29 September 1939. He registered with Beaminster Rural District Council under the National Registration Act. His birthyear was shown as 1886 on 29 September 1939. As of between 29 September 1939 and September 1945, William John Pidgeon lived at Hogshill - Pattle (now Eggardon Close) 6, Beaminster, Dorset. He died on 27 December 1967 at Hogshill - Eggardon Close 6, Beaminster, Dorset, at age 79. He was buried on 31 December 1967 at Shortmoor - New Burial Ground (Beaminster Cemetery), Beaminster, Dorset; following cremation at Weymouth the previous day. His estate was probated on 22 February 1968; (Estate value £652.)

Child of William John Pidgeon and Eveline May Hann

Anna Maria Hann

F, b. June 1864
     Anna Maria Hann was also known as Maria. She was born in June 1864 at Lyme Regis, Dorset. She was the daughter of George Hann and Jane Hooke. As of 2 April 1871, Anna Maria Hann lived at Higher Sea Lane (141), Charmouth, Dorset; she was staying with her great aunt, Anna Lacy, 52 year-old general servant in charge of house, born in Crewkerne Somerset. She was a dressmaker on 5 April 1891. As of 5 April 1891, Anna Maria Hann lived at Axminster Road - Land View, Charmouth, Dorset; her name was recorded as Maria Hann. Her aunt, Ann Lacey, was staying with her. She married William James Cook on 9 July 1898 at Bridport R D, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, Anna Maria Hann lived at Charmouth Street (9), Charmouth, Dorset. As of 2 April 1911, Anna Maria Cook lived at Monkton Wyld 'Smith's;, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset.

Children of Anna Maria Hann and William James Cook

William James Cook

M, b. September 1870
     William James Cook was born in September 1870 at Blackdown, Thorncombe, Dorset. He married Anna Maria Hann, daughter of George Hann and Jane Hooke, on 9 July 1898 at Bridport R D, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, William James Cook lived at Charmouth Street (9), Charmouth, Dorset. He was a carter on a farm between 31 March 1901 and 2 April 1911. As of 2 April 1911, William James Cook lived at Monkton Wyld 'Smith's;, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset.

Children of William James Cook and Anna Maria Hann

Albert Brandham Hann

M, b. 21 December 1862, d. before 28 November 1945
     There are a number of references to A B, A Brandon or Brandham Hann on the Charmouth local history site. These can be found with a search for "hann site:www.freshford.com" (without the "") on your browser. Albert Brandham Hann was born on 21 December 1862 at Lyme Regis, Dorset. He was the son of George Hann and Jane Hooke. As of 2 April 1871, Albert Brandham Hann lived at Higher Sea Lane (141), Charmouth, Dorset; he was staying with his great aunt, Anna Lacy, 52 year-old general servant in charge of house, born in Crewkerne Somerset. He ended military service in 1881; discharge from 1st Dorset Volunteer Artillery Corps as Sergeant Major. As of 3 April 1881, Albert Brandham Hann lived at Charmouth Street, Charmouth, Dorset. He began military service on 19 February 1883 257 - Private, 4 Company, 1st Dorset Volunteer Artillery (SDRA.) He married Maria Diment, daughter of George Diment and Sarah Unknown, on 16 December 1883 at Axminster R D, Devon. Albert Brandham Hann qualified to vote as occupier of a dwelling house in 1889 at Old Lyme Road, Charmouth, Dorset. He was a stone mason between 1891 and 1915. As of 5 April 1891, Albert Brandham Hann lived at Axminster Road - Prospect Terrace, Charmouth, Dorset. He ended military service on 19 January 1895; 257 - Company Sergeant Major, 4 Company, 1st Dorset Volunteer Artillery (SDRA.) He was a stone and marble mason, recorded as Brandram Hann in Kelly's in 1899 at Charmouth, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, Albert Brandham Hann lived at Old Lyme Road (96), Charmouth, Dorset. He was a mason and musician on 31 March 1901. As of between 1903 and 1921, Albert Brandham Hann lived at Charmouth Street, Charmouth, Dorset. He was Bandmaster of the Charmouth Volunteer Band in September 1910. He was a mason and builder on 2 April 1911. He was a mason in 1920 at Charmouth, Dorset. He was a retired mason on 29 September 1939. As of 29 September 1939, Albert Brandham Hann lived at High Street (50), Charmouth, Dorset; was living with the widowed Maria Hitchcock. He registered with Bridport Rural District Councl under the National Registration Act on 29 September 1939. He died before 28 November 1945 at Charmouth, Dorset. He was buried on 28 November 1945 at Charmouth, Dorset.

Children of Albert Brandham Hann and Maria Diment

Maria Diment

F, b. 17 March 1867, d. March 1934
     Maria Diment was christened on 17 March 1867 at St Candida and Holy Cross Church, Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset. She was the daughter of George Diment and Sarah Unknown. Maria Diment married Albert Brandham Hann, son of George Hann and Jane Hooke, on 16 December 1883 at Axminster R D, Devon. As of 5 April 1891, Maria Diment lived at Axminster Road - Prospect Terrace, Charmouth, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, Maria Diment lived at Old Lyme Road (96), Charmouth, Dorset. As of between 1903 and 1921, Maria Hann lived at Charmouth Street, Charmouth, Dorset. She qualified to vote by virtue of her husband's occupation in 1919 at Charmouth Street, Charmouth, Dorset. She died in March 1934 at Charmouth, Dorset. She was buried on 15 March 1934 at Charmouth, Dorset.

Children of Maria Diment and Albert Brandham Hann

John William George Hann

M, b. 18 February 1865, d. before 18 December 1951
     John William George Hann was also known as John William George Hand. John William George Hann was also known as Willism George John Hand. John William George Hann was also known as William Hand. John William George Hann was also known as William George John Hann. He was born on 18 February 1865 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. He was the son of John Albert Hann and Amelia Emma Wakely. William George John Hann was christened on 28 May 1865 at Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. As of 7 April 1871, Willism George John Hand lived at Long Lane (23), Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset; was staying with his grandparents Solomon Hand and his wife, Mary. He was probably the William Hann qualified to vote as occupier of a dwelling house in 1889 at Charmouth Street, Charmouth, Dorset. He was a carter on 5 April 1891. As of 5 April 1891, William George John Hann lived at Morcombelake - Sun Inn, Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset. He married Mary Jane Warren in September 1891 at Bridport R D, Dorset. As of 29 July 1894, William Hand lived at Marshwood, Dorset. He was a labourer on 29 July 1894. He qualified to vote as occupier of a dwelling house in 1901 at Monkwood, Marshwood, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, William George John Hann lived at Monkwood Farm Cottage, Marshwood, Dorset. He was a carter on a farm between 31 March 1901 and 2 April 1911. As of between 2 April 1911 and 1913, William Hand lived at Atrim, Netherbury, Dorset. As of 1913, John William George Hann lived at Crepe Farm, Symondsbury, Dorset. As of between 5 November 1934 and 29 September 1939, William Hand lived at Broadoak - Higher Moorbath, Symondsbury, Dorset. He married Alice Ada Samways Crabb in June 1938 at Bridport R D, Dorset. John William George Hand registered with Bridport Rural District Council under the National Registration Act. on 29 September 1939. As of before 18 December 1951, John William George Hand lived at South Street 78, Bridport, Dorset. He died before 18 December 1951 at Bridport R D, Dorset. He was buried on 18 December 1951 at Eype - St Peter's Church, Symondsbury, Dorset.

Child of John William George Hann and Mary Jane Warren

Mary Mabel Hann

F, b. 9 January 1882, d. June 1884
     Mary Mabel Hann was born on 9 January 1882 at Marshwood?, Dorset. She was the daughter of John Albert Hann and Elizabeth Way. Mary Mabel Hann was christened on 5 March 1882 at St Mary's Church, Marshwood, Dorset; was recorded as Mary Maud Hand. She died in June 1884 at Chard R D, Somerset, at age 2.

Job Hann

M, b. 15 January 1884
     Job Hann was born on 15 January 1884 at Bridport R D, Dorset. He was the son of John Albert Hann and Elizabeth Way.

Jessica Hann

F, b. 28 December 1923, d. 1 January 1924
     Jessica Hann was born on 28 December 1923 at Netherbury, Dorset. She was the daughter of William Alfred Hann and Mabel Spratt. Jessica Hann died on 1 January 1924 at Netherbury, Dorset. She was buried on 2 January 1924 at St Mary the Virgin Church (grave 156), Netherbury, Dorset.

Wilfred Charles Hann

M, b. December 1912, d. December 1912
     Wilfred Charles Hann died in December 1912 at Poole. He was born in December 1912 at Poole. He was the son of Charles Henry Hann and Alice Maud Mary Groves.

Sybil Muriel Hann

F, b. 22 October 1916, d. September 2004
     Sybil Muriel Hann was born on 22 October 1916 at Poole. She was the daughter of Charles Henry Hann and Alice Maud Mary Groves. Sybil Muriel Hann married Norman French J Peaty in June 1938 at Yeovil R D, Somerset. As of 2002, Sybil Muriel Peaty lived at Larkhill Road 145, Yeovil, Somerset. She died in September 2004 at South Somerset R D, Somerset, at age 87.

Norman French J Peaty

M, b. 6 November 1914, d. September 1992
     Norman French J Peaty was born on 6 November 1914 at Yeovil R D, Somerset. He married Sybil Muriel Hann, daughter of Charles Henry Hann and Alice Maud Mary Groves, in June 1938 at Yeovil R D, Somerset. Norman French J Peaty died in September 1992 at Taunton Deane R D, Somerset, at age 77.

George Henry Hann

M, b. 16 November 1884, d. 16 December 1978
     George Henry Hann was born on 16 November 1884 at Charmouth, Dorset. He was the son of Albert Brandham Hann and Maria Diment. George Henry Hann was christened on 14 December 1884 at Charmouth, Dorset. As of 5 April 1891, George Henry Hann lived at Axminster Road - Prospect Terrace, Charmouth, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, George Henry Hann lived at Victoria Road 8, Stroud Green, Greater London; He was visiting George Brightwell (school art master.) He was an art student on 31 March 1901. He married Emily White on 28 July 1906 at Ealing, Greater London. As of 2 April 1911, George Henry Hann lived at Antrim Mansions 50, Hampstead, Greater London. He was an artist in black and white on 2 April 1911. As of 1914, George Henry Hann lived at Holdenhurst Avenue 17, North Finchley, Greater London. He was a black and white etcher on 25 April 1916. He began military service on 25 April 1916 as 78797 - Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. As of 25 April 1916, George Henry Hann lived at Crescent Road 54, Crouch End, Greater London. He was appointed acting Bombadier with 159 Siege Battery in Mesopotamia. His appointment was made permanent. As of 30 March 1919, George Henry Hann lived at Holly Park Road 19, Friern Barnet, Greater London. He ended military service on 30 March 1919; as 78797 - Bombardier, 159 Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. As of between May 1935 and 16 December 1978, George Henry Hann lived at Grove Avenue 2, Finchley, Greater London. He registered with Finchley Metropolitan Borough Council under the National Registration Act on 29 September 1939. He was a half tone etcher on 29 September 1939. He may have been the G H Hann of 28 Aylands Road, Enfield who registered freehold land at Freezywater, Enfield on 28 October 1941. He died on 16 December 1978 at Barnet R D, Greater London, at age 94. His estate was probated on 24 May 1979; (Estate value £31,413.)

Children of George Henry Hann and Emily White

William Brandham Hann

M, b. October 1886, d. before 22 April 1908
     William Brandham Hann was born in October 1886 at Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset. He was the son of Albert Brandham Hann and Maria Diment. William Brandham Hann was christened on 13 October 1886 at Bridport R D, Dorset. As of 5 April 1891, William Brandham Hann lived at Axminster Road - Prospect Terrace, Charmouth, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, William Brandham Hann lived at St James's Road (later Mackenzie Road) 118, Holloway, Greater London. He was a grocer shop boy to Richard Millman and his wife, Elizabeth on 31 March 1901. He married Florence Ada Mason in March 1907 at Islington R D, Greater London. William Brandham Hann died before 22 April 1908 at Islington R D, Greater London. He was buried on 22 April 1908 at Islington Cemetery, East Finchley, Greater London.

Florence Ada Mason

F, b. September 1884
     Florence Ada Mason was born in September 1884 at Upper Holloway, Greater London. As of between 5 April 1891 and 31 March 1901, Florence Ada Mason lived at Mayton Street 25, Upper Holloway, Greater London. She was a domestic nurse on 31 March 1901. She married William Brandham Hann, son of Albert Brandham Hann and Maria Diment, in March 1907 at Islington R D, Greater London. As of March 1907, Florence Ada Mason was also known as Hann. She was a waitress on 2 April 1911. As of 2 April 1911, Florence Ada Hann lived at Mayton Street 25, Holloway, Greater London; living with her parents Eli (draper's despatch manager) and Mary Ann Mason and her brother, Percy Albert. She married Seymour C Lunnon in December 1911 at Islington R D, Greater London.

Laura G Hann

F, b. 8 July 1889
     Laura G Hann was born on 8 July 1889 at Charmouth, Dorset. She was the daughter of Albert Brandham Hann and Maria Diment. Laura G Hann was christened on 25 August 1889 at Charmouth, Dorset. As of 5 April 1891, Laura G Hann lived at Axminster Road - Prospect Terrace, Charmouth, Dorset. As of 31 March 1901, Laura G Hann lived at Old Lyme Road (96), Charmouth, Dorset. As of between 1903 and March 1912, Laura G Hann lived at Charmouth Street, Charmouth, Dorset. She was a domestic servant on 2 April 1911. She married Cecil Robert Davis in March 1912 at Bridport R D, Dorset.