Nan serving refreshments in the garden to Mrs Annie Richardson and Annie's daughter Amy Florence Pelvin
Annie Rooke b: 1848 in Ware Hertford Englandmar James Pelvin on 1 Aug 1870 in Camberwell, Surrey, England - he d: Abt. Jun 1876 in Stepney
Their 3 children were Amy Elizabeth; James and Annie Florence Pelvin. Annie lived at 241 Hollydale Rd, Camberwell (Src. 1881 census) aged 31, and to support her family, worked as a barmaid.
Her 2nd husband was FREDERICK WILLIAM BAYLES (Boyles)
(b: 1843 in Camberwell, Surrey ;
Lightermen bindings: 960. BOYLES FREDERICK WILLIAM Started 09/06/1859 Place POPLAR; Master RICHARD POWELL Date finished. 13/11/1866
1861 Frederick with Mother at 15 Albion Street, Rotherhithe a Lighterman
Marriage: 30 June 1877 at St George, Camberwell to Annie PREVIN (Pelvin) Widow, full age, of Commercial Road (Father Edward ROAKE a Barman) to Frederick William Boyles, full age, of Commercial Road. (His Father; Charles Boyles)
Annie and Fred had 2 daughters:
Husband Frederick William Boyles, the lighterman; occ. Metal worker; d: Dec 1880 in St. Saviour aged 37 yrs) and Annie is again a widow
Annie met HENRY RICHARDSON, a widower with 2 daughters
i. MILLICENT RICHARDSON, b. 1875, St Lukes, London.
ii. ALICE RICHARDSON, b. 1872, Hoxton, London.
1891 Henry 42, Leather importer; Annie 40 wife; Alice Richardson, daughter, Merchants clerk; b Hoxton London; Amy Florence Richardson 16, step daughter, Apprentice portmanteau maker, b London; James Richardson, 18, stepson, machine operator, b Marylebone, London; Lily Maud Richardson, stepdaughter, age 9, b: Peckham, London; Millicent Richardson, 16, daughter, Apprentice dressmaker, b: St Lukes London
1901 Managing Dir Public Co; age 52 , Wife Annie 51, dau Lily M 18 yrs, Annie Florence 26
1911 Henry Delane Richardson, age 62 yrs, Farmer, Formerly managing director of a public company now retired, married 18 years, wife Annie 62, dau Annie Florence 35 yrs;
I am grateful to Rosemary who researched Annie's marriage to Henry and sharing the wonderful photo of her grandmother Nan who was brought up in an orphanage in London. She was employed as a maid in the Richardson home in the 1920's and told Rosemary's father she was particularly fond of Mrs Richardson.