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1 1851, 3, Market Lane, Stoke Dameral, Devonport, Devon
1881, Widow of: 36, James Street, Deptford 
Searl, Sarah J (I26)
2 1891, Butcher of 30, Bolt Street, Deptford Seager, Frederick (I530)
3 1911 Census: 22 Chester Road West Hartlepool, Marine Engineer (Sea-going) Tripp, Hubert (I69)
4 5 September 1908 to 5 September 1910 - Nurse at Treloar Hospital, Alton.
Census 1911: Living with father 
Easson, Linda (I291)
5 Adopted Goulding, Eileen (I268)
6 Also known as Richard Glover Hovey, Richard (I99)
7 Assumed family memebr from description of Bob Easson as "uncle" by Linda Easson. Easson, Robert (I513)
8 Barber Beecham, Joseph (I57)
9 Believed to have "disappeared in the Gold Fields of nevada in 1881" according to Berenice Patterson. Gouldstone, John Henry (I328)
10 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Crichton-Seager, Emily (I665)
11 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Crichton-Seager, Benedict (I666)
12 Boy in tank shop
Census 1911: General Labourer, Forage Contractors, 351 Evelyn St Deptford 
Seager, Thomas (I466)
13 Bridgend is not shown on modern maps but was probably near to Dundee. The baptism register entry is from Inverarity and there is a Bridgend Street in Dundee. Also, other records show the family in Dundee around this time. Crichton, George (I6)
14 Car crash Crichton, Annie (I516)
15 Census 1851: Not at home
Census 1861: Ships Carpenter, 58 West Street, Deptford
Census 1871: Carpenter, 32 Shore Road, Deptford 
Seager, Thomas (I570)
16 Census 1901: 7 years old
Census 1911: 8 Deptford Bridge, Deptford, Grocery Book Keeper, shown as 18 years old 
Hovey, Lilian Margaret (I141)
17 Census 1911: 69 Alloa Road, Deptford Seager, Elizabeth (I359)
18 Census 1911: 8 Deptford Bridge, Deptford, ironmonger's shop assistant Cuming, George (I110)
19 Census 1911: Age given as 1, 22 Chester Road West Hartlepool Tripp, Sydney (I293)
20 Census 1911: Age given as 24, 22 Chester Road West Hartlepool Easson, Lilian (Dolly) (I292)
21 Census 1911: Biscuit Pakker, 69 Alloa Raod, Deptford Seager, Minnie (I474)
22 Census 1911: Dressmaker, 69 Alloa Road, Deptford Seager, Lily (I481)
23 Census 1911: Widow, 351 Evelyn St Deptford Miller, Eliza Ann (I454)
24 Census 1911: Manufacturers Office Junior Clerk, 69 Alloa Road, Deptford Seager, Maud (I482)
25 CRICHTON Walter Vincent H 1883 Dec Births Sunderland 10a 665  Crichton, Walter Vincent Harvey (I159)
26 CRICHTON William Smith 1891 March Births Sunderland 10a 726  Crichton, William Smith (I162)
27 CRICHTON Winifred 1893 March Births Sunderland 10a 678  Crichton, Winifred (I163)
28 DEATH: 07.40

BURIAL: Funeral at Lanercost Priory, 11.30 
Humphrey, Kathleen Crichton (I196)
29 DEATH: at 00.10

BURIAL: Funeral at Wauchope Hall, Kirk Yetholm, at 11.30 
Humphrey, Margery (I193)
30 Died in a fire. Hodgkinson, Clifford (I250)
31 Died in Carlisle, knocked down by a lorry. She was a regular swimmer and was returning home, ran across the road in front of what she thought was her bus which would be stopping. It was a lorry and she was knocked down. Humphrey, Kathleen Crichton (I196)
32 Domestic Servant Seager, Mabel (I463)
33 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Seager, James (I519)
34 Emigrated to La Porte County, Indiana, USA in 1850 Crichton, James H (I696)
35 Engineer

Died 189 Shooter Hill Road, Blackheath 
Crichton, Alfred James (I157)
36 Fact 1: 1871, 36, James Street, Deptford, Ship Steward (unemployed)
Fact 2: 1881, 25, Prince Street, Deptford
Fact 3: 1891, 30, Bolt Street, Deptford
Fact 4: 1901, 30, Bolt Street, Deptford
Occupation: Machinist Engineer 
Seager, William Henry (I109)
37 Fact 1: 1901, Engine Fitter of 41, Ella Street, Deptford
Census 1911: 31 Brand Street, Greenwich with wife and seven children 
Seager, Joseph Robert (I472)
38 Fact 1: 1901, Railway Signalman of: 119, Silwood Street, Deptford
Census 1911: Railway Signalman, 69 Alloa Road, Deptford 
Seager, William T (I471)
39 Family connection unclear. Photographs in Linda Easson's photograph album refer to him as "Uncle Bert (Lugg). Lugg, Bert (I632)
40 Formerly believed to be born in 1869 but shown as 33 years old in 1901
Census 1911: Age 42, 8 Deptford Bridge, Deptford, Manageress Confectionery Business 
Cuming, Emma Elizabeth (I274)
41 He was a leather worker with a "good little business".

Volunteered in 1915 but took nearly a year to finish his government
sub-contract. He finally joined up in May 1916, serving with the Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment). He was killed on 19th
January 1918.

He is buried at D20, Beaumetz Cross Roads War Cemetery, Beaumetz-les-Cambrai. 
Read, Benjamin Covely Houghton (I74)
42 Information Source: 1901 census. Hovey, Victoria (I142)
43 Information Source: 1901 census. Hovey, Edith (Ede) (I143)
44 Information Source: 1901 census. Hovey, Gordon (I144)
45 Information Source: 1901 census. Hovey, Sidney (I468)
46 Marine Engineer Crichton, Alfred James (I492)
47 Marriage assumed as they are individually described as uncle and aunt by Linda Easson. Family F352
48 Master Mariner 31 Oct 1890
Assistant Dock Master
Died 3 Eastbourne Terrace, West Hartlepool, County Durham
Census 1911: Assistant Dock Master, Dock Head Bk, Commercial Street, Middleton, Hartlepool 
Easson, George William (I68)
49 Milliner Downswell, Sarah (I584)
50 Not married. Family F67

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