Margaret married Hugh Joseph QUIGLEY, son of Duncan QUIGLEY and Hannah BRYAN, on 19 Aug 1873 in Church of St. Francis of assisi, Kensington, London. Hugh was born on 13 Apr 1840 in 14 Sea Lion Place, Lambeth, London. He died on 4 Mar 1895 in 4 Wolsey Road, Teddington, Middlesex.
Margaret and Hugh had the following children.
+ 24 M i Joseph Aloysius QUIGLEY was born on 21 Aug 1874. He died in 1941. + 25 M ii Thomas Francis QUIGLEY was born on 21 Oct 1876. + 26 M iii George S. QUIGLEY was born about 1877. 27 F iv
Mary B. QUIGLEY was born about 1880 in Liverpool. + 28 F v Margaret Mary QUIGLEY was born about 1881.
15. Agnes Mary BUCKLEY (Elizabeth (Eliza) Mary BUTLER , George James , 'unknown' ) was born on 17 Apr 1854 in 28 Maiden Lane, St. Paul, Covent Garden, London. She died in 1888 in probably 6 Euston Square, St. Pancras, London.
Agnes married Alexander (Alex) BOOKER, son of Thomas BOOKER and Martha STEWARD, on 11 May 1881 in Our Lady of Victories Church, High St., Kensington. Alexander was born on 11 May 1842 in Liverpool. He died on 23 Aug 1914 in St. Scholastica's Retreat, Lower Clapton, Hackney, London. He was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kensal Green, London.
Agnes and Alexander had the following children.
+ 29 F i Etheldreda (Ethel) Matilda BOOKER was born on 13 Mar 1882. She died on 5 Jun 1928.
18. George Charles BUCKLEY (Elizabeth (Eliza) Mary BUTLER , George James , 'unknown' ) was born on 4 Jul 1861 in 17 Brydges St., Covent Garden, London. He died on 17 Aug 1932 in Woodend Hospital, Aberdeen. He was buried in Huntly cemetery, Aberdeenshire.
They had the following children.
+ 30 M i William BUCKLEY/BROWN was born on 8 Dec 1886. He died in 1969.
George also married Mary INGRAM, daughter of Thomas INGRAM and Ann WATT, on 29 Jan 1898 in St. Margaret's Catholic Church, Huntly, Aberdeenshire. Mary was born about 1864 in Huntly, Aberdeenshire. She was buried in Huntly cemetery, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
George and Mary had the following children.
31 F ii
Eliza INNES SMITH was born about 1898 in Gartly, Aberdeenshire.
Eliza was the adopted daughter of George and Mary.
32 M iii
Robert BUCKLEY was born about 1899 in Huntly, Aberdeenshire.
Robert was an amateur opera singer. At the time of his father's death he was living at 40A Old Road, Huntly.
33 F iv
Mabel Georgina BUCKLEY was born about 1900 in Huntly, Aberdeenshire. She died in 1982. Mabel married Living. + 34 M v George Charles BUCKLEY was born on 31 Jul 1904. He died on 4 Dec 1976.
Mary married Thomas Aloysius HUSSEY, son of Thomas HUSSEY and Agnes DEVINE, in 1886 in Kensington, London. Thomas was born in 1864 in probably 9 Mayfield Place, Kensington, London. He died on 30 Mar 1916 in London.
They had the following children.
35 F i
Mary (Mamie) Agnes HUSSEY was born on 9 Apr 1888 in probably Albert Hall Mansions, Kensington, London. She died on 19 Dec 1953 in 8 Hazlewell Road, Putney, London.
Mamie was a social worker with London County Council and after the passing of the Education Act of 1918 worked mainly in the provision of medical services in schools. Although she lived in south west London, much of her work was carried out in the East End. Her occupation in the 1911 census is given as 'Health Visitor', and according to the 1939 Register Mamie was a Children's care organiser(?) L.C.C. [London County Council] Public Health Dept."
At the time of the 1911 census Mamie she was living with her mother and siblings at the home of her grandfather Thomas Hussey. By 1918 she had moved to 110 Barons Court Road, Kensington where she lived with her mother, brother Bob and sister Kate. Nine years later she was in 57 Gunterstone Road, Hammersmith with her mother, Kate and brother Laurie; and in 1939 she was living at 32 Ferry Road, Barnes with her mother and Kate. Towards the end of her life she lived with Laurie at 8 Hazlewell Road, Putney.
36 M ii
Thomas (Tom) Leonard HUSSEY was born on 26 Nov 1889 in probably Albert Hall Mansions, Kensington, London. He died on 23 Mar 1909 in 59 Rowan Road, Hammersmith, London.
There is an entry for a Thomas L. Hussey, aged 11, born in Westminster, London, in the 1901 census return for the household of Tom's uncle, James Hussey, in Hammersmith.
Thomas died at the age of 19 of "Heart Disease, Aortic Regurgitation [leaking of aortic valve], Anasarca [accumulation of fluid beneath skin]".
37 F iii
Kathleen (Kate) Mary HUSSEY was born on 29 Jan 1892 in probably Albert Hall Mansions, Kensington, London. She died in 1977 in Richmond upon Thames registration district, Surrey.
According to the 1911 census Kate, who was living with her mother and siblings in Hammersmith, was a saleswoman. In 1917 she enlisted in the British Red Cross as a member of the V.A.D. (Voluntary Aid Detachments), and after the war she trained to be a nurse, later working in Kings College Hospital, London. The 1939 Register tells us she was living at that time at 32 Ferry Road, Barnes with her mother and sister Mamie and that she was an assistant at a charity organisation. Kate also lived in Wimbledon at some point. She never married.
+ 38 M iv Robert (Bob) Edward HUSSEY was born on 3 Jan 1893. He died on 8 Oct 1947. 39 M v
Edward (Ted) Wilfred HUSSEY was born in 1895 in probably Albert Hall Mansions, Kensington, London. He died on 16 Aug 1917 in Passchendaele, Belgium. He was buried in Tyne Cot Cemetery, Passchendaele, Belgium.
At the time of the 1911 census Ted was a 'boy clerk' in the Civil Service. He enlisted in the army in May or June of 1915, joining the Queens Westminsters Regiment. He had attained the rank of Lance Corporal when he was killed at thae age of 22 at Passchendaele, near Ieper (Ypres), Belgium in August 1917. He is buried in Tyne Cot Cemetery, Passchendaele (Plot XLVI, Row H, Grave 1). The cemetery, the largest Commonwealth war cemetery in the world in terms of burials, is situated 9km north east of Ieper (Ypres), near the village of Zonnebeek.
Ted's name is listed on a World War I memorial plaque on a wall of Brook Green Church in Hammersmith where he had been an alter-server.
Ursula Staszynski has put together a tribute to her Hussey and Bishop relatives (including Ted) who served in World War I. It contains biographical information, stories and photographs and can be viewed at http://youtu.be/N_YXbvPOT4E
40 M vi
Laurence (Laurie) Joseph HUSSEY was born in 1896 in probably Albert Hall Mansions, Kensington, London. He died in 1970 in London.
World War I military records (attestation, discharge and pension papers) were located for Laurie, who lived at 110 Baron's Court West in Kensington at the time of his enlistment in January 1915. The records tell us that Laurie was a fitter by trade and was 5 feet 11 inches tall with grey eyes and black hair. He was sent to France with the Royal Engineers regiment in April 1917. However, only two days after his arrival he "fainted on parade following heavy march with full pack up hills" near Rouen and it was discovered he had "advanced valvular disease of the heart". He returned to England for treatment but was deemed unable to return to military service and he was given a discharge from the army in March 1918. Laurie subsequently worked as a sales manager. He never married.
Electoral registers tell us that Laurie was living with his mother and sisters at 57 Gunterstone Road, Hammersmith in 1927 and 1929. In 1941 he lived at 31 Westleigh Avenue in Putney where his brother Bob had lived previously; by 1948 he was living at 8 Hazelwell Road in Putney and was still at that address in 1966.
A Laurence J. Hussey, born on 2 September 1896 is listed in the 1939 Register as a guest at The George Hotel, The Bridge, Walsall, Staffordshire. His occupation was "Traveller Engineers Stampings & Drop Forgings". As this Laurence appears to be the only single Laurence/Lawrence Hussey of a similar age to our Laurie in the entire Register I think it likely that this is our Laurie.
41 F vii
Eileen Mary HUSSEY was born on 23 Dec 1903 in Hammersmith, London. She died on 7 Sep 1960 in Putney, London.
Eileen who was a teacher in London. In 1939 we know she was teaching history at the Royal School For Naval And Marine Officers' Daughters in Isleworth. She lived in Wimbledon and died in Putney Hospital aged 57.
21. Jane Frances BUTLER (George Patrick , George James , 'unknown' ) was born in 1867 or 1868 in 18 Edwardes Square, Kensington, London. She died on 9 Mar 1946 in 35 Dewhurst Road, Hammersmith, London. She was buried on 13 Mar 1946 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kensal Green, London (grave no. 2845 XP).
Jane married James HUSSEY, son of Thomas HUSSEY and Agnes DEVINE, on 13 Aug 1891 in Our Lady of Victories Church (Pro-Cathedral), High St., Kensington. James was born on 27 Sep 1865 in 9 Mayfield Place, Kensington, London. He died on 3 Apr 1936 in West London Hospital, Hammersmith, London. He was buried on 6 Apr 1936 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kensal Green, London (grave no. 2845 XP).
Jane and James had the following children.
+ 42 M i Michael Robert HUSSEY was born on 6 Jun 1892. He died on 7 Mar 1980. 43 M ii
Philip James HUSSEY was born in 1894 in Hammersmith, London. He died on 15 Sep 1916 in Rouen, France. He was buried in St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen.
Philip worked for The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (LB&SCR) prior to enlisting for service in World War I. He was sent to France as a rifleman with the Queen's Westminster regiment and died from wounds sustained in the Battle of the Somme. His injuries had not been life-threatening, but conditions were such that he developed gangrene and died in a British army hospital in Rouen. He is buried in St. Sever Cemetery (not the adjoining St. Sever extension), Le Grand Quevilly, Rouen (Plot B, Row 19, Grave 3).
Philip's name appears on a World War I memorial plaque on a wall of Brook Green Church in Hammersmith where he had been an alter-server. His name is also included on a bronze panel at Victoria Station in London commemorating members of LB&SCR staff who were killed in the war.
Philip's mother, Jane, always carried with her the official letters regarding her son's death and was distraught when her handbag, containing the letters, was stolen. The thief must have realised their importance because some days later the letters were returned to her through her letterbox.
Ursula Staszynski has put together a tribute to her Hussey and Bishop relatives (including Philip) who served in World War I. It contains biographical information, stories and photographs and can be viewed at http://youtu.be/N_YXbvPOT4E
+ 44 M iii Stephen HUSSEY was born on 25 Jul 1895. He died on 7 Sep 1978. 45 F iv
Anne (Nan, Annie) Mary HUSSEY was born on 3 Jun 1899 in Hammersmith, London. She died in 1990 in Hammersmith, London. She was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kensal Green, London.
Nan trained as a teacher but worked as a civil servant. According to the 1939 Register she worked at the "Ministry of Health Insurance Department". She may also have worked at the Department of Housing.
Nan lived with her sister, Winnie, in the family home at 35 Dewhurst Road, Brook Green, Hammersmith, London. Towards the end of their lives she and Winnie moved to Nazareth House nursing home in Hammersmith.
46 M v
Martin James HUSSEY was born on 16 Jan 1901 in Hammersmith, London. He died in 1971 in Hammersmith, London.
After World War I Martin worked with his brothers Stephen and Austin in the family building business, Hussey Bros. (Builders) Ltd., based in Queensway, Bayswater, London. Electoral registers tell us Martin was living in the family home at 35 Dewhurst Road, Hammersmith, London in 1929 and 1930; and he was still at the same address at the time of the 1939 Register. Interestingly, Martin's brother Michael and his wife, Mildred, were living next door at no. 37 Dewhurst Road in 1939. The 1939 Register describes Martin as a "builder's estimator and supervisor".
After his marriage in 1942, Martin and his wife, Marie, lived at 15 Ayr Court, Monks Drive, Ealing, London where they lived for many years before moving to 30 Rowan Road, Brook Green, Hammersmith around 1962. Martin and Marie had no children.
Martin married Marie HURST in 1942 in Hammersmith, London. Marie was born about 1910. She died.
Unfortunately we have no information on Marie.
47 F vi
Winifred (Winnie) HUSSEY was born on 23 Nov 1902 in Hammersmith, London. She died on 12 Mar 1993 in Hammersmith, London. She was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kensal Green, London (grave no. 36 FP).
Winnie was a teacher, retiring from St Mary's School, Kensal in London in 1964. She lived with her sister, Nan, in the family home at 35 Dewhurst Road, Brook Green, Hammersmith, London.
+ 48 M vii Augustine (Austin) Thomas HUSSEY was born on 24 Apr 1907. He died on 16 Nov 1992.
22. William John BUTLER (George Patrick , George James , 'unknown' ) was born about 1869 in possibly 6 Brompton Square, Kensington, London. He died on 2 Nov 1933 in Dublin. He was buried in St. Fintan's Cemetery, Sutton, Dublin.
William married Eleanor (Nellie) GILROY, daughter of John GILROY and Mary REILLY, on 13 Aug 1906 in St. Andrew's Church, Westland Row, Dublin. Eleanor was born on 6 May 1885 in Lurgan, Ballyjamesduff, Co. Cavan. She was christened on 10 May 1885 in Lurgan, Ballyjamesduff, Co. Cavan. She died on 16 Nov 1922 in "Lismeen", Howth, Dublin. She was buried in probably St. Fintan's Cemetery, Sutton, Dublin.
They had the following children.
49 F i
Jane (Jennie) BUTLER was born on 24 Jul 1907 in Dublin. She died on 5 Sep 2004 in Dublin. She was buried in St. Fintan's Cemetery, Sutton, Co. Dublin.
Jennie was born in Edenvale Lodge, Conyngham Road, Dublin. This was presumably a nursing home as the family's address at the time was 34 Bachelors Walk, Dublin. It appears Jennie inherited the family musical instrument business from her father as a cutting in a family scrapbook of a newspaper advertisement indicates this. Neither the name of the newspaper nor the exact date of the advertisement is known but it probably dates from the 1920s or 1930s. It reads:
(Successor to G. BUTLER & SONS)
Being the 5th generation in direct line trading in Dublin since the rebellion of 1798
Everything Musical from BUTLER'S
Is a "SOUND" investment for Bands or Home use
State Instruments, Spares or Repairs
Contractor by Appointment to the NATIONAL, BRITISH and BELGIAN ARMIES
2 LR. ABBEY ST., DUBLIN
(Opposite Wynn's Hotel)
I have been told that the Butler musical instrument business closed due to financial difficulties in 1927 but the company was still admvertising in national newspapers up to at least 7 September 1931. Furthermore, a newspaper clipping in the family scrapbook, dated 21 November 1933 (publication unknown), tells us that "The firm of Messrs. J. Butler...is still being carried on at 2 Lr. Abbey St., although the head of the firm, Mr. W. J. Butler, died a few weeks ago". However, it does appear that the business did not remain in operation for much longer after William's death.
Jane married John HANNIGAN. John was born about 1917. He died on 21 Oct 1999 in Dublin. He was buried in St. Fintan's Cemetery, Sutton, Co. Dublin.
John worked at the Hammond Lane Foundry in Dublin. Following his retirement he worked as manager of the Woodbrook Golf Club, and later the Bray Golf Club, both in Co. Wicklow. He and Jennie lived in Priory Grove in Stillorgan in Dublin. They had no children.
+ 50 M ii George BUTLER was born on 29 Aug 1917. He died on 2 Nov 2014.
Winifred married John GALVIN, son of James GALVIN, in 1901 in Fulham or Hammersmith, London. John was born about 1857 in possibly Mount Talbot, Tisrara, Co. Roscommon. He died on 14 Apr 1941 in Park Cottage, Co. Wexford. He was buried in St. Ibar's Cemetery, Crosstown, Wexford.
They had the following children.
51 F i
Mary Winifred Johanna GALVIN was born on 24 Jun 1902 in Mount Talbot, Co. Roscommon. She died on 29 Mar 1930 in Fitzwilliam Nursing Home, Dublin.
Mary, who was a doctor, lived in Wexford town. She was just 27 years old when she died. According to a family source she died of tuberculosis, contracted while carrying out her medical duties, while her death certificate tells us she died of "septicaemia and meningitis". Her address at the time of her death was 98 North Main St., Wexford.
52 M ii
Seamus Robert GALVIN was born on 29 Jul 1904 in Mount Talbot, Co. Roscommon. He died in Apr 1993 in Dublin.
In 1949 Seamus became a director of the Portmarnock Country Club in Co. Dublin where his brother, John, was also a director. It is not known if he was living in Dublin at this time but it is known that at some point he moved from Co. Roscommon to Park Cottage, Wexford where he and his father ran a branch of the family's tree nursery. In 1976, Park Cottage was sold and Seamus moved from Wexford to Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin where he lived for the rest of his life. He never married.
+ 53 M iii John Patrick GALVIN was born on 16 Dec 1906. He died on 19 Mar 1996.
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