Marriageca Aug 1884, Woolwich district, London [3, Their marriage, Q3 of 1884, Woolwich dist, vol 1d, p. 1613]
ChildrenDorothy (ca1885-)
 Wilfred Henry W (ca1886-1916)
Notes for Rev Frederick Haslam
I had been informed that he was born in 1838 [confirmed by 1891 and 1901 censuses) and one of the many Frederick Haslams on FreeBMD is:

Surname First name(s) District Vol Page
Births Dec 1838
Haslam Frederick Bloomsbury 1 70

There is a FH of the right age who d. in 1908:

Surname First name(s) Age District Vol Page
Deaths Mar 1908
HASLAM Frederick 69 Faversham 2a 682

In 1881 a Frederick Haslam was a curate of St John’s Church, Battersea, London; he was boarding with a schoolmaster’s family at 23 Cologne Rd, Battersea.

In 1891 their household was:

Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Disability Where Born

HASLAM, Frederick Head Married M 52 1839 Clerk In Holy Orders Curate London
HASLAM, Ethel L Wife Married F 36 1855 Woolwich, Kent
HASLAM, Dorothy Daughter F 5 1886 Charlton, Kent
HASLAM, Wilfred H Son M 4 1887 Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire
DAWSON, Mary A Servant Single F 25 1866 Cook Berkshire
KING, Ada Servant Single F 19 1872 Housemaid Plumstead, Kent

RG number: RG12 Piece: 628 Folio: 37 Page: 16

Registration District: Bromley
Sub District: Bromley
EnumerationDistrict: 15
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Mary

Civil Parish: Bromley Municipal Borough:
Address: 9, Tweedy Road, Bromley
County: Kent

In 1901 his name is given as ‘Haslem’, he was ‘clergyman’ and not ‘curate’, born at Bloomsbury but still living at 9 Tweedy Road, Bromley. Their son was absent, but at Marlborough school and ‘Haslam’.

He is on the 1841 census with his parents Joseph and Susan, both b. in 1811 and two younger sisters. His father was born in Derby, was a linen draper in 1841 and a silk merchant in 1861. In 1861 Frederick was a warehouseman, possibly working for his father, and he had a younger brother Henry and four younger sisters, from 8 to 19. The house was still full of a crowd of shop staff and domestic servants.

In 1871 he was a clerk, at a Collmeal broker’ and lodging in St Giles, Bloomsbury. (Sounds like his father had died, but no sign of this on FreeBMD from 1861 to 1920.) In 1871 his father was still alive and living at 109 Brompton Road, Kensington and back to being a draper; he said he was married but no sign of his wife Susan(nah), who must have been the Susan Haslam, wife of draper, visiting a family in Brighton.

In 1881 his father Joseph was a retired draper living with his wife Susannah and daughter Alice in 1 St Katherines Villas, new Windsor. Not in the 1891 census and no sign on FreeBMD of their deaths subsequently.
Last Modified 1 May 2013Created 25 May 2017 by Tim Powys-Lybbe