6. Thomas Joseph EGAN (John , 'unknown' ) was born about 1837 in St. Giles, London. He died on 20 Oct 1907 in 44 Baron's Court Road, Fulham, London. He was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kensal Green, London (grave 4157).
Thomas married Agnes Louisa JOHNSON, daughter of Joseph JOHNSON and 'UNKNOWN', on 1 Sep 1870 in Chapel of St. Thomas of Canterbury, Newport, Isle of Wight. Agnes was born about 1849 in Newport, Isle of Wight. She died in 1922 in Fulham, London.
They had the following children.
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Agnes Mary Bernadette EGAN was born on 30 Jul 1871 in Isle of wight. She died on 7 Oct 1941 in 5 Branstone Road, Kew Gardens, Surrey.
Agnes is listed as Bernadette in the 1911 census. The 1939 Register has Agnes listed with her sister Cecily and Cecily's husband, Lewis Golden, at 17 Glamorgan Road, Hampton Wick, Surrey.
Agnes never married.
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Cecelia (Cecily) Catherine M. EGAN was born in 1872 in Isle of wight. She died on 10 Aug 1958.
I have seen Cecelia's name also spelled as Cecily. From electoral registers and telephone directories we know that she and her husband, Lewis, were living at 3F Morpeth Terrace, Westminster, London in 1927, 1929, 1931 and 1934. The 1939 Register tells us they were living at the time at 17 Glamorgan Road, Hampton Wick, Surrey, and at the time of her death Cecilia was living at 43 Lancaster Park, Richmond, Surrey.
Cecelia married Lewis Bernard GOLDEN. Lewis was born on 20 Sep 1878. He died in 1954 in Hammersmith, London.
According to the 1939 Register Lewis was a "charity organiser".
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Edmund Thomas Joseph EGAN was born in 1874 in Newport, Isle of wight. He died on 3 Oct 1932 in 11a Oxford and Cambridge Mansions, Marylebone, London. He was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kensal Green, London.
After his marriage in 1902 Edmund lived at 34 Coleherne Road, Kensington, London. It appears that Edmund and his wife, Maud, separated as by 1929 they were living at separate addresses: Edmund at 57 New Cavendish St., Marylebone, London (where he lived for the remainder of his life), and Maud at Bolton Gardens, Kensington. Edmund's will tells us that probate was granted to George Eric Palmer Edwards, husband of his youngest sister, Walburga.
Edmund and two of his brothers, Herbert and Philip, are buried in the same grave in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kensal Green, London. The grave is located near the Belgian War Memorial, and very close by is the grave of their uncle Rev. Edmund Egan.
Edmund married Maud Augusta GROOM in 1902 in Marylebone, London. Maud was born in possibly 27 Mar 1874. She died on 14 May 1954 in St. Nicholas, Station Road, Chobham, Surrey.
At the time of her death Maud was living in Heatherwood, Pirbright, Surrey.
A Maud A. Egan, a widow and born on 27 March 1874, is listed in the 1939 Register. Her address was Garden Court, Chertsey, Surrey. This may be our Maud above. I have taken Maud A. Egan's date of birth as a possible date of birth for our Maud.
24 F iv
Theresa Mary Frances EGAN was born in 1876 in Hampstead, London. She died on 11 Jan 1937 in Marylebone, London.
Theresa, who never married, lived at 16 Oxford and Cambridge Mansions in Marylebone, London.
25 M v
Wilfrid Bernard EGAN was born in 1877 in Hampstead, London. He died on 25 Oct 1913 in Fulham, London. He was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kensal Green, London (grave 4157).
Wilfred was a well-known artist, specialising in portraits. At the time of his death he was living at 6 Margravine Gardens, West Kensington. He was buried with his father, Thomas.
26 F vi
Josephine Florence (Florence) M. EGAN was born in 1880 in Kensington, London. She died in 1956 in Surrey.
Josephine was known as Florence. Florence is listed in the 1939 Register (as Josephine F. M. Whalen) with her sister Walburga and her family at 47 Atwood Avenue, Richmond, Surrey.
Josephine married Frederick J. WHALEN in 1919 in Brentford, Middlesex. Frederick died. + 27 M vii Herbert John EGAN was born in 1882. He died on 28 Nov 1938. + 28 F viii Marguerite Marie-Louise EGAN was born in 1885. She died in 1962. + 29 M ix Philip Alfred EGAN was born in 1888. He died in Dec 1952. + 30 F x Walburga Sybil Mary EGAN was born on 31 Jul 1891.
Alfred married Hermine Catherine Caroline SANG, daughter of John Frederick (Frederick) SANG and Elizabeth CULLEN, on 26 Jul 1886 in Holy Trinity Church, Brook Green, Hammersmith, London. Hermine was born on 28 Mar 1848 in London. She died in 1943 in Hendon, London.
They had the following children.
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Eileen Cecilia Hermine EGAN was born on 14 Jan 1888 in Hampstead, London. She died in 1972 in Salisbury, Wiltshire.
Eileen is listed in the 1939 Register with her mother Hermine and sister Doris at Holly Tree Cottage, The Green, Croxley Green, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire. She was single at the time and working as an insurance clerk.
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Doris Maud M. EGAN was born on 6 Jul 1889 in Hampstead, London.
Doris is listed in the 1939 Register with her mother Hermine and sister Eileen at Holly Tree Cottage, The Green, Croxley Green, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire. She was single at the time and working as an insurance clerk.
+ 33 F iii Constance Marie EGAN was born on 23 Dec 1891. She died on 31 Dec 1975.
13. Jane LYNCH (Mary Ann EGAN , 'unknown' ) was born about 1834 in probably parish of SS Michael and John (near Christchurch), Dublin. She was christened in 1834 in probably parish of St. Andrew, Dublin. She died on 22 Jul 1902 in 23 Rowan Road, Hammersmith, London. She was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kensal Green, London (grave 7197).
Jane married George Patrick BUTLER, son of George James BUTLER and Margaret Lucy MEADE, on 11 Jan 1862 in St Patrick's Chapel, Sutton St., The Strand, London. George was born in 1834 in St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London. He died on 18 Apr 1911 in 59 Rowan Road, Hammersmith, London. He was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kensal Green, London (grave 7197).
Jane and George had the following children.
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George Joseph BUTLER was born on 6 Aug 1863 in 29a Haymarket, London. He died after 2 Apr 1911 in probably London.
George was a musical instrument maker in the family business. He is listed in the 1901 and 1911 returns for for the Butler household, suggesting he still lived at home. He was 47 at the time of the 1911 census so it is likely that he never married. The Haymarket shop closed down in 1913. Assuming George was alive at the time, the closure seems surprising given that he was then aged only about 50. However, it is believed that George was a poor businessman who did not enjoy good health.
+ 35 F ii Mary Theresa BUTLER was born on 29 Mar 1865. She died in Mar 1953. + 36 F iii Jane Frances BUTLER was born in 1867 or 1868. She died on 9 Mar 1946. + 37 M iv William John BUTLER was born about 1869. He died on 2 Nov 1933. + 38 F v Winifred Mary BUTLER was born about 1876. She died on 2 May 1919.
Teresa married Frank Castle TURNER, son of Francis (Frank) TURNER and Emma 'UNKNOWN', on 12 Feb 1874 in St. Patrick's Chapel, Sutton St., Soho Square, London. Frank was born on 19 Oct 1839 in Wynn St., Birmingham, Warwickshire. He was christened on 22 Jan 1840 in Saint Martin, Birmingham, Warwickshire. He died on 31 Aug 1905 in Charing Cross Hospital, London.
Teresa and Frank had the following children.
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Teresa Winifred TURNER was born about 1875 in Bayswater, London.
Teresa and her sister, Rosa, appear (from the 1881 census) to have been raised by their maternal grandmother after the early death of their mother in 1881.
It appears Teresa became a nun as a Teresa Turner, aged 36 and born in Bayswater, is listed in the 1911 census an an assistant elementary teacher among the "members of religious community of women" at "The Convent, Stratton-on-the-Fosse, near Bath". This convent appears to have been attached to a Catholic primary school founded in 1825, now St. Benedict's Catholic Primary School. According to St. Benedict's website, "An order of nuns came to the school in 1897 and a small convent was built near St Benedict's Church in Stratton-on-the-Fosse. Nuns ran the school until 1965 and the last nun left in July 1968 when the Convent closed. The school continued at Stratton-on-the-Fosse until December 1974, and reopened at its present site at Charlton Lane on 7 January 1975."
Teresa probably entered the convent after her father's death as she is described as a "spinster" (rather than a religious sister) in her father's probate records. Teresa's father died in 1905 and she inherited his entire estate, valued at £460 10s. That her only sister, Rosa, is not mentioned in the probate records (dated 1 August 1911) suggests that Rosa may have died prior to this date, or she may have entered the convent (religious sisters generally did not receive inheritances as they would have taken a vow of poverty).
40 F ii
Rosa Mary TURNER was born about 1876 in St. Giles, London.
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