on the 29th April, George marries Elizabeth
Linthwaite(75) at St. Margaret
Elizabeth Linthwaite was baptised January20th 1818 at St Leonard’s, Leicester. She was the daughter of John Varly Linthwaite and Jane Jackson. (Go to Link to Other Families)
the 1841 census George (33), Elizabeth (24) and George (1) are living on
the 1851 census George (43)
and Elizabeth (34) along with the
children, George (12) and Louisa
In 1853 George appeared in court charged with breaching the peace, click here to read about this story that appeared in the LEICESTER CHRONICLE, November 5. A more detailed report about this story appeared in the LEICESTERSHIRE MERCURY Click here to read this article.
Elizabeth Loomes died in 1854 aged 35; she was buried on February 8th (recorded in the parish church records of All Saints, Husbands Bosworth)
In 1860 George is a tenant living in a house in Husband Bosworth which is up for sale by public auction, click here to read about this story that appeared in the Northampton Mercury August 11.
the 1861 census George (51), George (21) and Louisa (19) are living on Bosworth
In the 1871
(61), is living on Walton Road,
Husbands Bosworth with his niece Elizabeth (48) and her husband Charles Goodman (48).
Ann Watson is the daughter of George’s Sister, Frances Mary.
Elizabeth is the daughter of George’s Brother, John.
Tragically George on
January 6th 1880 was
killed by a passenger train as he walked along the track on his
George aged 73 was buried on January 9th. (Recorded in the parish church records of All Saints, Husbands Bosworth)
In his Last Will & Testament, written in 1869, George mentions his son George and daughter Louisa.
What Happened to......................?
28th July 1864 Louisa
married Edmund Joseph Cave at All
Saints, Husbands Bosworth. Edmund’s occupation
is down as Mason, which is the same occupation put down for his father John.
For more information on Louisa and Edmund click here to go the the Cave family link