Elizabeth Mary Sackett

FatherWilliam Sackett (c 1840-1886)
MotherMary Ann Greenwood (c 1839-1933)
Birth1875, Fulham, LondonG,1,2,3
Death1965, FulhamG,4
Marriage1893, Fulham, LondonGJohn Curl5
Elizabeth Mary Sackett, known after marriage as Mary Elizabeth, daughter of William Sackett and Mary Ann Greenwood, was born in Fulham, LondonG, on 27 September 1875.1,2,3 She died there aged 89 in 1965.4 She married at St Andrew's Church, Fulham, LondonG, on 25 December 1893, John Curl, son of Henry Curl.5 John was born in FulhamG in about 1870.2 He died aged 50 in FulhamG in 1920.6
     In 1881 Elizabeth was living at 7 Kramer Mews, London, MiddlesexG, in the household of her parents William and Mary, and was recorded in the census as Lizzie Sackett, aged six and born in Kensington.7
     In 1891 she was living at 64 Barons Court Road, Fulham, LondonG, in the household of Brereton Dodd, a local government inspector, and was recorded as Elizabeth Sackett, general servant, single, aged 16 and born in West Brompton, London.8
     In 1901 she was living at 41 Bayonne Road, FulhamG, in the household of her husband John Curl, 29, a coal porter, and was recorded as Mary E Curl, aged 25 and born in Fulham. Living with them were their children, John, 7, and William, aged one.9
     In 1911 she was living at 61 Chelmsford Street, FulhamG, in the household of her husband John, 40, a coal porter, and was recorded as Mary Curl, a laundress, aged 37. Living with them were their children, John, 17, William, 11, Elizabeth, 8, and Frederick, aged four.10
     In 1921 she was living at 61 Chelmsford Street, FulhamG, and was recorded as Mary E Curl, a school cleaner, head of household, a widow, aged 45. Living with her were her children,
Mary, 19, Frederick, 15, Florence, 10, and Dorothy, aged three.11
     At the outbreak of the Second World War in September 1939, Mary was living at 61 Chelmsford Street, FulhamG. She was a school cleaner, a widow, aged 63. Her son Frederick, 33, and daughter Mary, 37, were living with her.12
     Administration of Mary's estate was granted on 10 June 1965 to her daughter Dorothy Rust. Her estate was valued at £284.13

Children of Elizabeth Mary Sackett and John Curl

 Notes & Citations

  1. General Register Office, Online Index to Births, "Dec qtr 1875. Sackett, Elizabeth Mary. Mother: Greenwood. Kensington. 1a:169."
  2. Census.
  3. "1939 Register" (Findmypast image).
  4. "England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1916–2007" (Ancestry transcript), "Jun qtr 1965. Curl, Mary E, 89. Kensington. 5c:714."
  5. Marriages Register, St Andrew, Fulham, Middlesex (image on Ancestry.co.uk), "25 December 1893, John Curl, 23, bachelor, coal porter, of 23 Chelmsford Street, father: Henry Curl (deceased), labourer; and Mary Elizabeth Sackett, 19, spinster, of 49 Chesson Road, father: William Sackett (deceased), greengrocer. Banns. Both signed. Witnesses: G Hall, L Newton."
  6. General Register Office, Online Index to Deaths, "Jun qtr 1920. Curl, John, 50. Fulham. 01A:305."
  7. 1881 England census, FHL 1341011, PRO RG11/0049/108/11
    London, Middlesex
    7 Kramer Mews
    William Sackett, head, married, 41, b. Ramsgate, Kent, provision dealer
    Mary Sackett, wife, 43, b. Brighton, Sussex
    John Sackett, son, 16, b. Ramsgate
    Harry Sackett, son, 10, b. London, Middlesex
    Lizzie Sackett, dau, 6, b. Kensington, Middlesex
    George Edward Sackett, son, 6, b. W Brompton, Middlesex
    George Barber, other, 21, b. Brighton, Sussex, ostler 8.1[?].
  8. 1891 England census, RG12, piece 45, folio 152, p. 2, GSU roll 6095155
    64 Barons Court Road, Fulham, London
    Brereton Dodd, head, married, 73, local government bd inspector, b. London
    Margaret Royston, servant, wid, 48, housekeeper, b. Durham, South Shields
    Elizabeth Sackett, servant, single, 16, general servant, b. London, West Brompton.
  9. 1901 England census, RG13, piece 57, folio 66, p 7
    41 Bayonne Rd, Fulham, London
    Curl, John, head, 29, coal porter, b. Fulham
    Curl, Mary E, wife, 25, b. Fulham
    Curl, John, son, 7, b. Fulham
    Curl, William, son, 1, b. Fulham.
  10. 1911 England census, RG14, piece 296
    61 Chelmsford St, Fulham S W
    Curl, John, 40, coal porter, b. Fulham
    Curl, Mary, 37, m. 17y, 6 ch, 4 living, laundress, b. Fulham
    Curl, John, 17, general printers, b. Fulham
    Curl, William, 11, school, b. Fulham
    Curl, Elizabeth, 8, school, b. Fulham
    Curl, Frederick, 4, school, b. Fulham.
  11. 1921 England census, 61 Chelmsford Street, Fulham, London, Middlesex
    3 rooms
    Mary E Curl, head, 45y 9m, widow, b. Kensington, London, school cleaner, L C Council St Dunstans Rd School, St Dunstans Road, School
    Mary E Curl, daughter, 19y 2m, single, b. Fulham, factory hand, out of work
    Fredrick Curl, son, 15y 0m, single, b. Fulham, grocers assistant, J Buckle Grocers, 17 High St, Kensington
    Florence E Curl, daughter, 10y 2m, father dead, b. Fulham
    Dorothy Curl, daughter, 3y 2m, father dead, b. Fulham.
  12. "1939 Register" , "Curl household, 61 Chelmsford Street, Fulham, London: RG101/0160F/007/42, Frederick Curl, b. 15 Jun 1906, single, Elec Railway Fitters Assistant; Mary E Curl, b. 27 Sep 1875, widow, school cleaner; Mary E Curl Jun [later Hunt], b. 11 Apr 1902, factory hand KLG."
  13. "England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills & Administrations), 1858–1995" (Ancestry image), "CURL Mary Elizabeth of 21 Chancellors Road London W6 died 3 May 1965 at St Mary Abbots Hospital London W8 Administration London 10 June to Dorothy Rust married woman. £284."
Sackett line8th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
Generation.TreeQ.3
Last Edited20 Mar 2024
 

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