Birth: October-December 1891 Norbiton, Surrey, UK
Father: Edward Croucher 1849-1894
Mother: Elizabeth Ann Hollingdale 1857-1914
Marriage: 11 March 1919 St Paul, Kingston Hill, Kingston, Surrey, UK
Wife: Louisa Rose Lemon 1888-1949
Death: October-December 1957 Lambeth, London, UK
Florence Dorothy M Croucher [Clark, Phillips] 1920-2001
Lilian Rose Croucher [Bishop] 1921-1991
Dudley John Croucher 1923-1975
Birth of John Croucher in FreeBMD in October-December 1891 in Kingston (2a 315).
His father died in 1894.
In the 1901 census as John Croucher aged 9, born in Kingston On Thames, and living with his widowed grandmother (Elizabeth), widowed mother (Elizabeth), four brothers (Ernest, Levi, Mark and Reuben), three sisters (Agnes, Daisy and Florence), and aunt (Agnes) at 63 Cambridge Grove Rd, Kingston On Thames, Surrey.
In the 1911 census as John Croucher aged 19, single, a laundry hand out of work, and living with his mother (Elizabeth), two brothers (Ernest and Levi) and sister (Florence) at 5 St Mary's Mews, St Mary's Road, Surbiton, Surrey.
Marriage of John Croucher and Louisa R Lemon in FreeBMD in January-March 1891 in Kingston (2a 818).
His three children were born in Lambeth in 1920 to 1923.
His wife died in Surrey in 1949.
Entry in the Register of Deaths for John Croucher in October-December 1957 aged 66 in Lambeth (5c 1341).
There is an entry in Ancestry Public Member Trees for John Croucher born in 1891 in Norbiton, Surrey, parents Ernest Edward and Elizabeth A Croucher, his marriage to Louisa Rose Lemon on 11 March 1919 at Parish Church of St Paul, Kingston Hill, Kingston, Surrey when he was residing at 20 Cross Road, Kingston, Surrey, his three children and his death in October 1957. Pauline Biggs and another entry give the son of Edward Croucher and Elizabeth Ann Holingdale as the John William Croucher who died on 13 August 1910 which conflicts with the 1911 census. I believe this was the son of John William Croucher and Emily Aylwin.
John Croucher was the first cousin of Frederick George Croucher, husband of Mary Ann Fullick, my fourth cousin once removed.Home page