Alice Maud Osborne, 18921990 (aged 98 years)

Birth March 9, 1892 26 25
Address: Treen St Levan Cornwall
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Date of entry in original source: March 9, 1892
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Registration District: Penzance 1892 Birth in the Sub-district of St Buryan in the County of Cornwall

When and where born: Ninth March 1892, Treen, St Levan RSD Name: Alice Maud Sex: Girl Name and surname of father: John Tippett Osborne Name, surname and maiden name of mother: Grace Osborne formerly Warren Occupation of father: Fisherman Signature, description and residence of informant: John T Osborne, Father, Treen, St Levan When registered: Eleventh April 1892 Signature of registrar: Thomas Nicholas Bennetts, Registrar Name entered after registration:

Source: GRO index
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1892 Jun Penzance 5c 259

Christening April 17, 1892 26 26 (aged 1 month)
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17th Apr 1892 Alice Maude the daughter of John Tippet and Grace OSBORNE of Treen was born 9th Mar 1892 and was baptized by W Gregory Harris.

Birth of a sisterFrances May Osborne
July 9, 1893 (aged 1 year)
Source: GRO index
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1893 Sep Penzance 5c 262

Christening of a sisterFrances May Osborne
August 6, 1893 (aged 1 year)
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6th Aug 1893 Frances May the daughter of John Tippett and Grace OSBORNE of Treen was born 9th July 1893 and was baptized by J T Chenhalls.

Birth of a sisterMinnie Osborne
July 21, 1895 (aged 3 years)
Source: GRO index
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1895 Sep Penzance 5c 263

Christening of a sisterMinnie Osborne
September 2, 1895 (aged 3 years)
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2nd Sep 1895 Minnie the daughter of John Tippett and Grace OSBORNE of Treen St Levan was born 21st July 1895 and was baptized by Arthur R Humphreys.

Death of a sisterMinnie Osborne
May 26, 1896 (aged 4 years) Age: 10 months
Burial of a sisterMinnie Osborne
May 1896 (aged 4 years)
Text:

In Loving Memory of Minnie beloved child of J T & G Osborne Who died May 26th, 1896, Aged 10 months.

Birth of a sisterMary Annie Osborne
March 16, 1897 (aged 5 years)
Source: GRO index
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1897 Jun Penzance 5c 241

Christening of a sisterMary Annie Osborne
May 31, 1897 (aged 5 years)
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31st May 1897 Mary Annie the daughter of John Tippett and Grace OSBORNE of Treen St Levan was born 16th Mar 1897 and was baptized by J W Hardcastle.

Birth of a brotherRichard Stanley Osborne
May 8, 1901 (aged 9 years)
Source: GRO index
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1901 Jun Penzance 5c 239

Birth of a sisterGrace Warren Osborne
November 7, 1903 (aged 11 years)
Source: GRO index
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1903 Dec Penzance 5c 218

Death of a motherGrace Warren
February 7, 1907 (aged 14 years) Age: 40
Source: GRO index
Text:

1907 Mar 40 Penzance 5c 189

Burial of a motherGrace Warren
February 1907 (aged 14 years) Age: 41
Text:

God is Love In Loving Memory of Grace, The beloved wife of John T Osborne, who Died 7th Feb, 1907, Aged 41 Years.

Also of John Tippett Osborne, The beloved husband of the above And of Constance Osborne, Who died at South Bosvargus St Just 2nd August 1919, Aged 53 years.

At rest.

Marriage of a parentJohn Tippett OsborneConstance RoweView this family
1909 (aged 16 years)
Source: GRO index
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1909 Dec Penzance 5c 541

Occupation
Assistant Teacher
1911 (aged 18 years)

Death of a fatherJohn Tippett Osborne
August 2, 1919 (aged 27 years) Age: 53
Burial of a fatherJohn Tippett Osborne
August 1919 (aged 27 years)
Text:

God is Love In Loving Memory of Grace, The beloved wife of John T Osborne, who Died 7th Feb, 1907, Aged 41 Years.

Also of John Tippett Osborne, The beloved husband of the above And of Constance Osborne, Who died at South Bosvargus St Just 2nd August 1919, Aged 53 years.

At rest.

MarriageHenry Thomas HattamView this family
March 29, 1921 (aged 29 years) Husband: 26 Wife: 28
Address: Wesleyan Chapel Church Town St Just Penzance Cornwall
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Date of entry in original source: March 29, 1921
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Name: Henry Thomas Hattam Age: 26 years Condition: Bachelor Profession: Metropolitan Police Constable Residence: Police Section House, Tottenham Lane, Hornsey Father's name: Thomas Hattam Father's profession: Farmer

Name: Alice Maud Osborne Age: 28 years Condition: Spinster Profession: Elementary School Teacher Residence: 15 Princess Street, St Just Father's name: John Tippett Osborne (deceased) Father's profession: Farmer

Married in the Wesleyan Chapel according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Wesleyan Methodists by Certificate.

Witnesses: Harry Hattam George T Barnicoat

In the presence of: Thomas Little, Wesleyan Minister Joseph E Rowe, Registrar

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Date of entry in original source: April 6, 1921
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ST. JUST WEDDING. A quiet but interesting wedding took place at the Wesleyan Church on Tues- day morning, the contracting parties being Mr. Henry Thomas Hattam, of the Metropolitan Police Force, Hornsey, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Hattam (formerly of Higher Bosavern, St. Just), and Miss Alice Maud Osborne, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Os- borne, formerly of St. Levan and San- creen. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. Little. The bride, who was given away by her uncle, Mr. G. Barna- coat, was tastefully attired in a costume of cream serge, with Georgette hat of nigger and tomato. Mr. H. Hattam, cousin of the bridegroom, acted as best man. There was a large gathering at the church. Miss Osborne had been on the staff of the Cape Cornwall Girls' School for 10 1/2 years, and in addition to other friends, a large number of the teachers and scholars assembled in the church. Following the wedding a reception was held at Mrs. Davy's, Princess Street, where the guests returned for luncheon, afterwards enjoying a drive to the Land's End, in the car supplied by the West Penwith Motor Company. Mr. and Mrs. Hattam left for their honeymoon at 4.45 p.m. The bride's tra- velling costume was of grey tweed. Mr. H. T. Hattam served through the was with the Buckinghamshire Territorials, and was well known in St. Just; while Miss Osborne had been a most energetic worker in the Wesley Guild, and both were the recipients of some bautiful gifts, one much valued, being the case of silver tea-spoons, presented to the bride by the scholars and staff of the Cape Cornwall Girls' School. The happy pair found congratulatory telegrams awaiting them on their return from church, and have the best wishes of a large circle of friends for their future happiness.

Occupation
Elementary School Teacher
1921 (aged 28 years)

Birth of a sonHenry Penrose Hattam
December 26, 1921 (aged 29 years)
Address: 224 High Road Lee London
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Date of entry in original source: December 26, 1921
Text:

Registration District: Lewisham 1922 Birth in the Sub-district of Lee in the County of London

When and where born: Twentysixth December 1921, 224 High Road Name: Henry Penrose Sex: Boy Name and surname of father: Henry Thomas Hattam Name, surname and maiden name of mother: Alice Maud Hattam formerly Osborne Occupation of father: Metropolitan Police Constable of 173 Algenon Road, Lewisham Signature, description and residence of informant: H T Hattam, Father, 173 Algenon Road, Lewisham When registered: Twentysixth January 1922 Signature of registrar: A A Davies, Registrar Name entered after registration:

Source: GRO index
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1922 Mar Osborne Lewisham 1d 1910

Birth of a daughterMollie Eileen Hattam
January 15, 1926 (aged 33 years)
Source: GRO index
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1926 Mar Osborne Lewisham 1d 1540

Death of a paternal grandmotherSusan Osborn
November 26, 1928 (aged 36 years) Age: 85

Burial of a paternal grandmotherSusan Osborn
1928 (aged 35 years)
Text:

In Loving Memory of

Susan Barnicoat Died November 26th 1928 Aged 85 Years.

Charles Thomas Osborne Died January 9th 1923 Aged 59 Years.

Marriage of a siblingMatthew Henry (Harry) HarryMary Annie OsborneView this family
1935 (aged 42 years)
Source: GRO index
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1935 Mar Penzance 5c 447

Marriage of a childHenry Penrose HattamEdith Gladys SayerView this family
July 14, 1945 (aged 53 years) Husband: 23 Wife: 25
Address: Methodist Church Rushey Green Catford London
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Date of entry in original source: July 14, 1945
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Name: Henry Penrose Hattam Age: 23 years Condition: Bachelor Profession: Clerk (Ministry of Agriculture) Residence: 44 Honley Road, Catford Father's name: Henry Thomas Hattam Father's profession: Police Officer

Name: Edith Gladys Sayer Age: 25 years Condition: Spinster Profession: Shorthand typist Residence: 43 Felday Road, Lewisham Father's name: George Sayer Father's profession: Taxi driver (retired)

Married in the said church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Methodist Church by certificate.

Witnesses: W J Hausford M E Hattam E Sayer A M Hattam

In the presence of: George E Mitchell, authorised person for the said church

Source: GRO index
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1945 Sep Lewisham 1d 2346

Death of a sisterMary Annie Osborne
1962 (aged 69 years) Age: 65
Source: GRO index
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1962 Sep 65 Truro 7a 211

Death of a husbandHenry Thomas Hattam
August 31, 1966 (aged 74 years) Age: 71
Source: GRO index
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1966 Sep 71 Lewisham 5d 293

Newspaper article October 18, 1973 (aged 81 years)

Date of entry in original source: October 18, 1973
Text:

This-way, that-way riddle of road sign

by Mahita Wearing

WHEN a car load of visitors with suitcases arrived at Mrs. A. Hattom's home, it was embaressing all round. THEY were certain they had come to the right house. She knew that they were wrong. The explanation was that the visitors had arrived at the right number but the wrong house. And residents who live in the Y-shaped crescent which forms Honley Road and Farley Road, Catford, claim this is always happening. They want Lewisham Council to give them a clearer sign than the one they have at present and to put it in a more prominent position. Mrs. Hattom said: "People are always getting the houses mixed up because they cannot understand the sign or else don't even see it. If cars are parked in front it is obscured from view." "A taxi called here recently for a fare that was meant for Farley Road and my taxi had to be recalled in July as the driver had a negative reply from Farley Road. I was late for a train as a result. "I have had telegrams and post meant for other people. This is just what happens to me. I don't know how the other 86 houses fare but I should imagine they have similar trouble.

Farley Road does not meet Rushey Green, as many Honley Road people seem to think - that is Mrs. Lily ad Mr. John Wardell, of Farley Road, agreed: "We are always getting letters through our door meant for other people. It is too much for people to puzzle out. They should have a clearer road sign." Mrs. Phoebe Allen, also of Farley Road, said many people asked her to help them find the correct address as they could not make out which road was which. Lewisham Council said: "We apologise for not replying to a letter from Mrs. Hattom but we are taking action and will be putting up a sign on a pole, which should be clearly visible."

Death of a sisterFrances May Osborne
1978 (aged 85 years)
Source: GRO index
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1978 Dec Truro 21 0581

Death of a brotherRichard Stanley Osborne
March 18, 1979 (aged 87 years) Age: 77
Source: GRO index
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1979 Mar 08 MY 1901 Penzance 21 0465

Burial of a brotherRichard Stanley Osborne
March 1979 (aged 86 years)

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In Loving Memory of Frances Ellen beloved wife of Richard Stanley Osborne Who died Jan 31st 1975. Aged 75 Years. Also of her husband Richard Stanley Osborne Who died March 18th 1979. Aged 77 Years. At Rest.

Death of a sisterGrace Warren Osborne
January 21, 1984 (aged 91 years)
Source: GRO index
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1984 Jan Swindon 23 2353

Death May 25, 1990 (aged 98 years)
Source: GRO index
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1990 May 9 Mar 1892 Lewisham 14 541

Burial May 31, 1990 (6 days after death)
Family with parents
father
John Tippett Osborne
18661919
Birth: February 20, 1866 22Church Town, St Buryan, Cornwall, England
Death: August 2, 1919South Bosvargus, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England
mother
Grace Warren
18661907
Birth: March 26, 1866 36 38Brane, Sancreed, Cornwall, England
Death: February 7, 1907Penzance (district), Cornwall, England
Marriage
Marriage: March 21, 1891Wesleyan Chapel, St Levan, Cornwall, England
12 months
herself
Alice Maud Osborne
18921990
Birth: March 9, 1892 26 25Treen, St Levan, Cornwall, England
Death: May 25, 1990Catford, London, England
16 months
younger sister
18931978
Birth: July 9, 1893 27 27Treen, St Levan, Cornwall, England
Death: 1978Truro (district), Cornwall, England
2 years
younger sister
18951896
Birth: July 21, 1895 29 29Treen, St Levan, Cornwall, England
Death: May 26, 1896Treen, St Levan, Cornwall, England
20 months
younger sister
18971962
Birth: March 16, 1897 31 30Treen, St Levan, Cornwall, England
Death: 1962Truro (district), Cornwall, England
4 years
younger brother
Richard Stanley Osborne in 1972
19011979
Birth: May 8, 1901 35 35Lesbew, Sancreed, Cornwall, England
Death: March 18, 1979Pendeen, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England
3 years
younger sister
19031984
Birth: November 7, 1903 37 37Lesbew, Sancreed, Cornwall, England
Death: January 21, 1984Swindon (district), Wiltshire, England
Father’s family with Constance Rowe
father
John Tippett Osborne
18661919
Birth: February 20, 1866 22Church Town, St Buryan, Cornwall, England
Death: August 2, 1919South Bosvargus, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England
step-mother
18651949
Birth: 1865Kenidjack, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England
Death: 1949Penzance (district), Cornwall, England
Marriage
Marriage: 1909Penzance (district), Cornwall, England
Family with Henry Thomas Hattam
husband
Henry Thomas Hattam in 1964 in back garden
18951966
Birth: July 7, 1895 28 26Bosavern, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England
Death: August 31, 1966Catford, London, England
herself
Alice Maud Osborne
18921990
Birth: March 9, 1892 26 25Treen, St Levan, Cornwall, England
Death: May 25, 1990Catford, London, England
Marriage
Marriage: March 29, 1921Wesleyan Methodist, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England
9 months
son
Henry Penrose Hattam in 1972
19211991
Birth: December 26, 1921 26 29224 High Road, Lee, London, England
Death: July 5, 1991Hereford, Herefordshire, England
4 years
daughter
Mollie in Cornwall during World War 2
19262010
Birth: January 15, 1926 30 33Catford, London, England
Death: July 22, 2010Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, England
BirthUK Birth Certificate
Citation details:

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Date of entry in original source: March 9, 1892
Text:

Registration District: Penzance 1892 Birth in the Sub-district of St Buryan in the County of Cornwall

When and where born: Ninth March 1892, Treen, St Levan RSD Name: Alice Maud Sex: Girl Name and surname of father: John Tippett Osborne Name, surname and maiden name of mother: Grace Osborne formerly Warren Occupation of father: Fisherman Signature, description and residence of informant: John T Osborne, Father, Treen, St Levan When registered: Eleventh April 1892 Signature of registrar: Thomas Nicholas Bennetts, Registrar Name entered after registration:

BirthGRO index
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1892 Jun Penzance 5c 259

ChristeningSt Levan Methodist Chapel
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17th Apr 1892 Alice Maude the daughter of John Tippet and Grace OSBORNE of Treen was born 9th Mar 1892 and was baptized by W Gregory Harris.

MarriageUK Marriage Certificate
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Date of entry in original source: March 29, 1921
Text:

Name: Henry Thomas Hattam Age: 26 years Condition: Bachelor Profession: Metropolitan Police Constable Residence: Police Section House, Tottenham Lane, Hornsey Father's name: Thomas Hattam Father's profession: Farmer

Name: Alice Maud Osborne Age: 28 years Condition: Spinster Profession: Elementary School Teacher Residence: 15 Princess Street, St Just Father's name: John Tippett Osborne (deceased) Father's profession: Farmer

Married in the Wesleyan Chapel according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Wesleyan Methodists by Certificate.

Witnesses: Harry Hattam George T Barnicoat

In the presence of: Thomas Little, Wesleyan Minister Joseph E Rowe, Registrar

MarriageCornishman Newspaper
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Date of entry in original source: April 6, 1921
Text:

ST. JUST WEDDING. A quiet but interesting wedding took place at the Wesleyan Church on Tues- day morning, the contracting parties being Mr. Henry Thomas Hattam, of the Metropolitan Police Force, Hornsey, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Hattam (formerly of Higher Bosavern, St. Just), and Miss Alice Maud Osborne, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Os- borne, formerly of St. Levan and San- creen. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. Little. The bride, who was given away by her uncle, Mr. G. Barna- coat, was tastefully attired in a costume of cream serge, with Georgette hat of nigger and tomato. Mr. H. Hattam, cousin of the bridegroom, acted as best man. There was a large gathering at the church. Miss Osborne had been on the staff of the Cape Cornwall Girls' School for 10 1/2 years, and in addition to other friends, a large number of the teachers and scholars assembled in the church. Following the wedding a reception was held at Mrs. Davy's, Princess Street, where the guests returned for luncheon, afterwards enjoying a drive to the Land's End, in the car supplied by the West Penwith Motor Company. Mr. and Mrs. Hattam left for their honeymoon at 4.45 p.m. The bride's tra- velling costume was of grey tweed. Mr. H. T. Hattam served through the was with the Buckinghamshire Territorials, and was well known in St. Just; while Miss Osborne had been a most energetic worker in the Wesley Guild, and both were the recipients of some bautiful gifts, one much valued, being the case of silver tea-spoons, presented to the bride by the scholars and staff of the Cape Cornwall Girls' School. The happy pair found congratulatory telegrams awaiting them on their return from church, and have the best wishes of a large circle of friends for their future happiness.

Newspaper articleKent Messenger newspaper
Date of entry in original source: October 18, 1973
Text:

This-way, that-way riddle of road sign

by Mahita Wearing

WHEN a car load of visitors with suitcases arrived at Mrs. A. Hattom's home, it was embaressing all round. THEY were certain they had come to the right house. She knew that they were wrong. The explanation was that the visitors had arrived at the right number but the wrong house. And residents who live in the Y-shaped crescent which forms Honley Road and Farley Road, Catford, claim this is always happening. They want Lewisham Council to give them a clearer sign than the one they have at present and to put it in a more prominent position. Mrs. Hattom said: "People are always getting the houses mixed up because they cannot understand the sign or else don't even see it. If cars are parked in front it is obscured from view." "A taxi called here recently for a fare that was meant for Farley Road and my taxi had to be recalled in July as the driver had a negative reply from Farley Road. I was late for a train as a result. "I have had telegrams and post meant for other people. This is just what happens to me. I don't know how the other 86 houses fare but I should imagine they have similar trouble.

Farley Road does not meet Rushey Green, as many Honley Road people seem to think - that is Mrs. Lily ad Mr. John Wardell, of Farley Road, agreed: "We are always getting letters through our door meant for other people. It is too much for people to puzzle out. They should have a clearer road sign." Mrs. Phoebe Allen, also of Farley Road, said many people asked her to help them find the correct address as they could not make out which road was which. Lewisham Council said: "We apologise for not replying to a letter from Mrs. Hattom but we are taking action and will be putting up a sign on a pole, which should be clearly visible."

DeathGRO index
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1990 May 9 Mar 1892 Lewisham 14 541