Hetty (Etty) May Croucher [Jarrad] (1888-1967)

Dates

Birth: April-June 1888 Aldershot, Hampshire, UK
Father: William Croucher 1848-1934
Mother: Harriett Grover 1850-1902

Marriage: 30 October 1915 St Peter and St Paul, Albury, Surrey, UK
Husband: Henry James Jarrad 1893-1976

Death: April-June 1967 SW Surrey, UK

Children

Hetty May Jarrad [Buckman] 1916-2005
Leonard Henry Jarrad 1919-1991

Notes

Birth of Hetty May Croucher in FreeBMD in April-June 1888 in Farnham (2a 112).

Her brother was born in Aldershot in 1890.

In the 1891 census as Etty May Croucher aged 2, born in Aldershot, Hampshire, and living with her parents (William and Harriett), four brothers (Herbert, Leonard, Rupert C A and William) in Victoria Road, Aldershot, Hampshire.

In the 1901 census as Hetty May Croucher aged 12, born in Aldershot, Hampshire, and living with her parents (William and Harriet), and brother (Rupert Cecil) at 90 Victoria Road, Aldershot, Hampshire.

Her mother died in Aldershot in 1902.

Entry in 1911 census as Henrietta Crowcher aged 22, born in Aldershot, Hampshire, single, and a servant living wth Albert Charles Curtis (aged 44, born in Staines, Middlesex and a bookseller, dealer and employer) and his wife (Evaline Curtis aged 50 and born in Kirkburton, Yorkshire) in seven rooms at Glozenwood Cottage, Ennismore Avenue, Guildford.

Marriage of Etty (sic - on the typed original) M Croucher and Henry J Jarrad in FreeBMD in October-December 1915 in Guildford (2a 197).

Entry in Ancestry Surrey, England, Church of England Marriages, 1754-1937 for Hetty May Croucher aged 27, father William Croucher, and Henry James Jarrad aged 24, father Henry Jarrad on 30 October 1915 at Albury, St Peter and St Paul. "Page 11 1915 Marriage solemnized in the Parish Church in the Parish of Albury in the County of Surrey. No. 21 October 30th 1915 Henry James Jarrad aged 24, a Bachelor and Labourer of Shamley Green, Wonnersh, father Henry Jarrad, a Labourer, and Hetty May Croucher aged 27, a Spinster of Albury, father William Croucher, a Traveller. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England after Banns".

Her daughter and son were born in Hambledon in 1916 and 1919.

There are thirty one entries in Ancestry All Surrey, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1962 for Hetty Jarrad address The Green, Shamley, Green, Wonersh, Guildford from 1920 to 1928, other occupants Henry James Jarrad (husband?), Henry and Annie Alice Jarrad (parents-in-law?), Edmund Jarrard (brother-in-law?) in 1920 and 1921, Frederick George Jarrad (brother-in-law) in 1920 and 1921, Reginald Jarrad (brother-in-law?) in 1920 and 1921, James Jarrad (brother-in-law?) in 1920 and 1921 and 1924 and 1925, William Jarrad (brother-in-law?) in 1920 and 1921, and Frances Jarrad (sister-in-law?) in 1920 and 1921, twenty entries for Hetty May Jarrard address The Green, Shamley, Green, Wonersh, Guildford from 1929 to 1932, other occupants Henry James Jarrad (husband?), Henry and Annie Alice Jarrad (parents-in-law?), Albert Jarrad (brother-in-law?) from 1930 and Elizabeth Cicely Jarrad (sister-in-law? from 1931, the address changing to 3 Red Lion Cottages in 1933, and from 1936 the rest of the family moved to 1 Red Lion Cottages so just Henry James Jarrad (husband?) to 1938, and fourteen entries for Hetty M Jarrard address 3 Red Lion Cottages from 1946 to 1962, other occupant Henry J Jarrad (husband?).

Death of Hetty M Jarrad in FreeBMD in April-June 1967 aged 78 in Surrey SW (5g 421).

Entry in Ancestry Public Member Trees for Hetty May Croucher married to Henry James Jarrad, and her daughter. Another three enties add her birth in Aldershot, Hampshire in 1888, parents William Croucher and Harriet Grover, her marriage in Guilford in 1915, a son and daughter, and two add her death in Surrey SW in June 1967.

Relationship

Hetty May Croucher was the third great granddaughter of William Croucher, and also grandneice of Edmund Croucher, husband of Eliza Othen, sister of Moses Othen, husband of Ellen Shrubb, my first cousin three times removed.

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