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Helen Ellizabeth Stockdale 1
of 25 St Philips Road, Heigham, Norwich 2
born circa 1843, Saddlebow, Norfolk 3
Notes:
1861 census, she is a step daughter in the family of
Henry Wake (34) and Elizabeth (35) Allen, Farmers of
70 acres at Golden Ball Farm, Saddlebow Road, Lynn,
along with Mary and Edith Stockdale. In 1851 her mother
is a widow, Elizabeth Stockdale, aged 26, famer of Golden
Ball Farm, Saddlebow Road, Lynn and there is also a
sister Olga (4) and a brother John (3).

There is a possible marriage for her parents in 1841,
Elizabeth Carter 1841 Jul-Aug-Sep Downham Cambridgeshire
John Stockdale 1841 Jul-Aug-Sep Downham Cambridgeshire

married 1862 at Downham, Cambridgeshire 4

Francis Marsters
1838-1873
farmer 5


Helen C.
b. c1864

Marie L.
b. c1865

Frank S.
b. c1866

John
b. c1868

children of Helen Ellizabeth and Francis Marsters

Helen C. Marsters 6 born circa 1864
born circa 1864, Shernborne, Norfolk

Marie L. Marsters 7 born circa 1865
daily governess (1891) 8
of 25 St Philips Road, Heigham, Norwich 9
born circa 1865, Shernborne, Norfolk

Notes: in the 1891 census she is listed as Maria E. Marsters

in the 1901 census (index) she is listed as a draper shop keeper aged 36.


Frank S. Marsters 10 born circa 1866
born circa 1866, Shernborne, Norfolk

John Marsters born circa 1868
land agent's assistant (1891)
of 25 St Philips Road, Heigham, Norwich 11
born circa 1868, Shernborne, Norfolk 12

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