Birth: 1824 Ripley, Sopley, Hampshire, UK
Father: Thomas Croucher c1791-a1851
Mother: Ann ? c1798-1853
Marriage: Believed not married
Death: October-December 1896 Ringwood, Hampshire, UK
Christening of Emeline Croucher in a submitted entry in the IGI on 17 October 1824 in Sopley, Hampshire, parents Thomas and Ann Croucher.
In the 1841 census as Emily Croucher aged 15, born in Hampshire, and living with Thomas (father?), Ann (mother?), Alexander, Ann, Charles, Emily, Hannah, John, Selina and William (brothers and sisters?) at Ripley, Sopley, Hampshire.
In the 1851 census as Emily Croucher aged 25, born in Ripley, Hampshire, single, employed as a servant and living with Eliza Dugey (aged 20, single and also a servant) at 7 Prospect Place, Southampton All Saints, Hampshire. There was no head of household, and she could have been working for William Iremonger and family who lived at 6 Prospect Place.
In the 1861 census as Emely Croucher aged 32, born in Ripley, Hampshire, single, employed as a servant, and living with her brother (Charles), sister-in-law (Lydia), three nephews (Charles, Thomas and Waller George) and neice (Emily) at Upper Kingston, Ringwood, Hampshire.
In the 1871 census as Emily Croucher aged 44, born in Sopley, Hampshire, single, employed as a grocer, and living with her neice (Louisa Croucher) and a boarder (William Longman aged 17, born in Rinwood, Hampshire, and employed as a railway porter) in Holdenhurst Road, Christchurch, Hampshire.
In the 1881 census as Emily Croucher aged 54, born in Sopley, Hampshire, single, formerly employed as a cook, and living with her unmarried brother John at Crow Hill, Ringwood, Hampshire.
In the 1891 census as Emmeline Croucher aged 64, born in Sopley, Hampshire, single, blind, in receipt of parish relief, and living with her unmarried brother (John) in two rooms in Ringwood Road, Burley, Hampshire.
Death of Emmeline Croucher in FreeBMD in October-December 1896 aged 70 in Ringwood (2b 445).
Ripley is just north of Sopley, and three miles north of Christchurch. Christchurch was in Hampshire until 1974.