Little is said about Fred in Denis Hawkings book on the family except he was a farmer.
In the 1914 Kelly’s Directory he is farming at Berrow.
Frederick William Champion joined Highbridge Freemasons in 1921 age 36. Bural (Rural) Philanthropic Lodge. Died age 62 in 1947. Effects £2334 15s 7d to … Continue reading
They were married in 1902 in Blackford, Wedmore – where Helen came from, daughter of George and Rosa Maria Duckett, farmers.
Edgar grew up at Northam Farm with his family, though he is not at home for the census of 1881.
The story in the family is that when Edmund Hawkings died Jesse and Edgar tossed a coin to decide who would take over Northam Farm and Jesse won. Edgar … Continue reading
William married Tyley in 1884. She came from a family from Edithmead, from a different family despite the similarity in the name.
They did not have any children and looked after Anne Hawkings after the death of her mother, Annie, by which time. 1901, he was … Continue reading
Farmed at Stoney Causeway, Berrow (voters list 1885), which he was left by his father. Never married.
1883 Land registry entry for Berrow – 112 acres, estimated rental value £38 6s
Maurice Robert Champion born Heywood Wilts Aug 18th 1880
Son of Edward Champion and Martha Board.
Died 10th April 1956. Effects £7539 10s 2d. To Claude Board Champion and Muriel Joyce Clapp.
Married Gladys Hicks in 1913.
Birthdate: July 25, 1890
Immediate Family: Daughter of Henry Morse HICKS and Sophia HICKS, … Continue reading
Born Mar 5th 1896, Married Aug 27th 1924 – Dorothy Blanche Plaister, Died Feb 3rd 1968.
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William Joyce Clarke
Born abt 1886 South Molton, Somerset, England Gender … Continue reading
Lived with her parents in South Molton, although she often stayed with her Grandparents (John and Jane Joyce at Fleed Farm, is there for the census in 1901 aged 16) until she married George (Titus) Andrew in 1907 and moved to Holwell. They met at Waterrow Methodist Chapel.
Titus … Continue reading
Born April 1882 South Molton, Devon Gender ♀️ Female … Continue reading