`SKINGLE/ KIRBY`

FAMILY HISTORY

GENERATION TWO


GEORGE SKINGLE KIRBY 1829 - 1872

George Skingle Kirby born 1829 Hackney. The son of George Kirby and Anne Unknown. George S Kirby's 1851 Occ; Bankers Clerk. George married in the 3rd qtr 1852,to Esther Thomerson, Bethnal Green. Georges 1861 Occ; Clerk Coal Merchants. Res; 53, Canterbury Road, Islington. George died in 1872 London City.


RICHARD SKINGLE KIRBY 1832 - 1873

Richard Skingle Kirby born 1832 Hackney. The son of George Kirby and Anne Unknown. Richard Skingle Kirby's Occ; Stock Brokers Clerk in 1851. Richard Skingle married Isabella Parsons born 1832. The marraige took place in the 4th qtr 1850 Whitechapel. They had no known children. Richard Skingle Kirby was in the Insolvent Debtors Court on Friday the 3rd July 1857, it states he was Unemployed. Richard Skingle Kirby died 1st qtr 1873.


JOSEPH MUNDEN KIRBY 1835 - 1894

Joseph Munden Kirby born 1835 Hackney. The son of George Kirby and Anne Unknown. Joseph M Kirby's Occ; Stock Brokers Clerk in 1851. Joseph Munden married Caroline Lane the daughter of Elizabeth Lane born 1799.The marraige took place in 1856 Hackney. By 1881 they had five children, Joseph Munden Kirby Occ; Bank Secretary. Residence 25, Fountayne Road, Hackney. Fanny Josephs sister lived with them until she married in 1875. Joseph Munden died in the 2nd qtr 1894.

Caroline J Kirby 1858 -
Emily Kirby 1860 -
Joseph M Kirby 1862 - 1888 Occ; Bank Clerk.
Florence E Kirby 1865 -
Catherine M Kirby 1867 -


HARRY KIRBY 1840 -

Harry Kirby born 1840 Hackney. The son of George Kirby and Anne Unknown. Harry Kirby in 1861 was a Milkman working for a Dairy. Harry married Mary Bacon or Margeret Kitridge in 1862 Hackney


ANNE E KIRBY 1842 -

Anne E Kirby born 1842 Hackney. The daughter of George Kirby and Anne Unknown. Anne E married in the 1st qtr 1871 to Knell or Wilks Hackney


FANNY KIRBY 1847 - 1918

Fanny Kirby born 1847 Hackney. The daughter of George Kirby and Anne Unknown. Fanny Kirby married Henry Stiff he was born in 1849 the marraige took place in the 3rd qtr 1875 Hackney. Henry was a Packer when they married, but he became a Grocery Shopkeeper over the following years. Fanny and Henry never had any children. Fanny died in 1918, West Ham


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