James Frederick Croucher (1877-a1912)


Dates

Birth: July-August 1877 Kingston, Surrey, UK
Father: Henry Croucher 1848-1929
Mother: Mary Ann Duffell 1852-1895

Christening: Unknown

Marriage: January-March 1912, Kingston, Surrey, UK
Wife: Charlotte Short 1890-1976

Death: After 1912

Children

James M Croucher a1912
Doreen F C Croucher a1912

Notes

Birth of James Frederick Croucher in FreeBMD in July-September 1877 in Kingston (2a 293). There is also an entry in Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames - Historical Records of Births 28th February 1877 - 8th August 1877 Register K46 for James Frederick Croucher on page 97.

In the 1881 census as James Croucher aged 3, born in Kingston, and living with his parents, two brothers (Edward and Henry J) and two sisters (Elizabeth A and Mabel A) at 1 Lucias Cottages, Kingston on Thames, Surrey .

In the 1891 census aged 14, born in Kingston and living with his parents, brother (William), and four sisters (Blanch, Edith, Lizzie and Mabel) at Cambridge Grove Rd, Kingston, Surrey (note he had a cousin James Robert Croucher living next door at Number 27).

In the 1901 census as James Croucher aged 24, born in Kingston on Thames, single, employed as a lather ?, and living with his sister Elizabeth and her husband William Turner and their daughter (Elizabeth), his brother (William), two visitors (Mabel his sister and a Grace Croucher aged 6), and two boarders (Florence Paterson aged 21, born in Kingston and married and her son William aged 4 months) at 61 Washington Road, Kingston on Thames, Surrey.

Entry in the Register of Marriages for James F Croucher and Charlotte Short in January-March 1912 in Kingston (2a 538)

Pauline Biggs has an entry on Ancestry for James Frederick Croucher born about September 1877 in Kingston, parents Henry Croucher and Mary Ann Duffell.

Children from a private communication from Pauline Biggs.

Relationship

James Frederick Croucher was the first cousin of Frederick George Croucher, husband of Mary Ann Fullick, my fourth cousin once removed.

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