Hake ~ Tenth Generation

    Issue of Thomas Gordon Hake and Lucy Bush  
1.   Lucy Augusta Grizell HAKE
Birth registered June qtr 1844 at Bury St Edmunds District, Suffolk (as Grizall) (ref FreeBMD).
No baptism found.

Ref 1851 census. Suffolk, England. Ecclesiastical district of St Mary. Borough of Bury St Edmunds. Address 76 Guildhall St.
Together with her parents, siblings and servants:
Lucy A.G. Hake. Dau. Age 6. Born Bury St Edmunds.

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Town of London. Parish of St Martin in the Fields. City of Westminster. Address Spring Gardens No. 31.
Together with her father, brother and servants:
L A J Hake. Dau. NM. Age 17. Scholar. Born Suffolk Bury St Edmunds.

In the 1861 census, Frederick W. Dupré, unm, age 40, born Germany, was a lecturer in Chemistry and lived with his brothers August (26) and Charles C (15) at 53 Burton Crescent, St Pancras.

However, his age here is probably incorrect based on family entires in
www.geni.com. This entry contains the following information for Friedrich Wilhelm Dupré:
"Birthdate: 1834. Died 1908. Son of Heinrich Jacob Friedrich Dupré and Jeannette Auguste Florentine Schäfer. Brother of Charlotte Caroline Cornelia Dupré; Caroline Johanne Elisabethe Dupré; Carl Christian Dupré and August Dupré, FRS." 

Refer to the National Archives Kew for Naturalisation Papers: Dupré, Frederick William from Hesse Darmstadt. Certficate 3505 issued 30 March 1861. Reference HO 1/100/3505.

Marr reg Sep qtr 1864 at Wandsworth District, London, Lucy Augusta Grizell Hake to Frederick William DUPRÉ (ref FreeBMD). The marriage was 16 Aug 1864 at St Mary, Putney; she was of minor age, spinster, of Putney, Surrey, dau of Thomas Gordon Hake, M.D.; he was a bachelor, of full age, Doctor of Philosophy, of St Pancras Middlesex, son of James Frederick Dupré, Merchant (ref Ancestry London Marriages). From the 1861 census, Frederick was born c1821 in Germany. The Huguenot Dupré family originated in France but fled to Germany at the time of the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes (information from Dupre correspondent on Geni tree).

It appears that very soon after the marriage, Frederick and Lucy migrated to Stassfurt, Germany for his work as a chemist, as described below.

Excerpt from Thomas Gordon Hake's Memoirs of Eighty Years:
"My son-in-law was Professor of Chemistry at the Westminster, in succession to the gifted Dr. Marcet, whose assistant he had been for some years. He resigned his place, and his brother Augustus Dupre was elected in his stead, while he went to Stassfurt to do chemistry on a larger scale, extricating tens of thousands of tons of potash from its chlorine. He was then the father of a baby, he has now two grown-up daughters and three grown-up sons. I stayed several weeks at Stassfurt. My son Cecil was there under Dupre. He had been a student at the Westminster laboratory; he is now Chief Inspector of Explosives at Melbourne in Victoria. 
My daughter was very happy in her domestic life in Stassfurt. She was married from Lady Ripon's house on Putney Heath, where a grand breakfast was provided for a large party of friends. Lady de Grey, Lord Goderich, Colonel Bertie Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Dupre, my sons, George, Egmont and Henry, Mr. and Mrs. William Hake (my brother and his wife) and other members of my family and friends, with myself, were there, the good countess presiding with her usual kindness and grace. The tables were hung round with festoons of grapes, beneath which the guests were seated. 
Every one was struck by the likeness of Mr. Dupre to Bonaparte without any knowledge of the reason, which was that they had a common ancestor in the female line of Feisch, mother of the cardinal of that name. When Mr. Dupre was page to the King of Wurtemberg, Jerome Bonaparte, through this connection, the guard often presented arms as he passed, mistaking him for one of the royal house. He belonged to an old French family, that of Dupre de St. Maur, with the rank of marquis, a title never entirely dropped, and to which my son-in-law now stands next in succession, though he may never use it. There was once an event of moment to the Protestants of France, the revocation of the Edict of Nantes : this drove my son's branch of the Dupres into Germany and another to England, whose descendants are settled in Buckinghamshire."
http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/thomas-gordon-hake/memoirs-of-eighty-years-ala/page-16-memoirs-of-eighty-years-ala.shtml

No further genealogical information has been found.




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Lucy Hake (from
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    Children:  
  1. Frederick DUPRÉ born 1865  
  2. Lucy Jeannette DUPRÉ born 1867  
  3. Louis William DUPRÉ born 1869  
  4. Wilhelmine Anna DUPRÉ born 1870  
  5. George Charles DUPRÉ born 1872
 
2.   Thomas Saint Edmund HAKE
Birth registered June qtr 1845 at Bury St Edmunds District, Suffolk (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1851 census. Suffolk, England. Ecclesiastical district of St Mary. Borough of Bury St Edmunds. Address 76 Guildhall St.
Together with his parents, siblings and servants:
Thomas S.E. Hake. Son. Age 5. Born Bury St Edmunds.

Ref 1861 census. London, England. Civil parish of Pancras. Ecclesiastical parish of St Stephens. Registration district of Pancras. Address: 150 Great College Street, Pancras.
With Alexander Stewart (55), Schoolmaster together with 3 brothers, and a domestic servant:
Edward Hake. Pupil. Age 15. Scholar. Born England.

Ref 1871 census. Surrey, England. Civil Parish of Putney. Address: Rochampton Park, Putney.
Together with his father and 3 siblings:
Thomas S.E. Hake. Son. Unm. Age 25. Clerk in Merchants Office. Born Suffolk, Bury St Edmonds.

In 1877 both Thomas and his brother Alfred Egmont were listed in chambers at 2 Danes inn, St Clement Danes, Westminster (ref Ancestry London Electoral Registers).

Ref 1881 census. London, England. Civil parish of St James. Address: 12 Regent St, St James.
In the home of William Bright (82), porter:
Thomas St.C. Hake. Lodger. Unm. Age 35. Oil & Seed Broker. Born Suffolk, Bury St Edmonds.

Ref 1891 census. London, England. Civil Parish of Bloomsbury St George. Address: 1 Vernon Chambers, Bloomsbury.
Thomas St Edmund Hake. Lodger. S. Age 45. Literary Profession. Born Suffolk, Bury St Edmonds.

Marr reg Sep qtr 1894 at Brentford Dist of Thomas St Edmund Hake to Annie MOORS (ref FreeBMD). The marriage was 8 Sep 1894 at the parish church, Hounslow Heath; Thomas was aged 49, bachelor, Gentleman, residence Hornsey, son of Thomas Gordon Hake, Physician; Annie was aged 26, spinster, residence Bath Road, dau of David Moors (deceased), Gentleman; witnesses Charles David Moors, Martha Williams, Vincent O'Sullivan, Alfred Egmont Hake, Elizabeth Phebe Chandler (ref Ancestry London Marriages).

Birth reg of Ann Moors Jun qtr 1868 at Richmond dist, Surrey (ref FreeBMD). She was born 4 Apr 1868, bap 16 Jan 1876 together with her older sister Martha Matilda at St Mary Magdalene, Richmond, dau of Charles David & Charlotte Moors, of 6 Downing Place, Red Lion St, Richmond, occupation Boot Maker (ref Ancestry Surrey Baptisms).

Ref 1901 census. Middlesex, England. Civil parish of Heston. Address: 59 Bulstrode Rd, Hounslow.
Together with children Lucy (5), Victor (2):
Thomas St E Hake. Head. M. Age 54. Journalist Author at home. Born Suffolk, Bury St Edmund.
Annie Hake. Wife. Age 33. Born Surrey, Richmond.

Ref 1911 census. London, England. Parish of Wandsworth. Registration district of Wandsworth. Address: Belle Ne Wimbledon Park Road Southfields London SW.
Together with children Lucy (16), Victor (12), Lilian (9):
Thomas St Edmund Hake. Head. Mar. Age 65. Private Secretary. Born Bury St Edmund Suffolk.
Annie Hake. Wife. Mar 17 years. Age 40. Born Richmond Surrey. Children 4 born 3 living 1 dead.

Thomas died 30 Mar 1917. Thomas's death reg Jun qtr 1917 at Wandsworth dist aged 71 (ref FreeBMD).
"HAKE Thomas St. Edmund of 74 Schubert-road East Putney Surrey died 30 March 1917. Administration London 18 July 1917 to Annie Hake widow. Effects £183 1s. 10d." (ref Ancestry Probate records)

Death reg of Annie Hake Sep qtr 1932 at Hampstead dist, London aged 63 (ref FreeBMD). No probate found.



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    Children:  
  1. Annie Martha Lucy HAKE born 1895 at Hounslow, Middlesex  
  2. Victor Charles E. HAKE born 1898 at Hounslow, Middlesex  
  3. Thomas Stephen HAKE born 1900 at Hounslow, Middlesex  
  4. Lilian Mabel HAKE born 1901 at Hounslow, Middlesex
 
3.   George Gordon HAKE
Birth registered Mar qtr 1847 at Bury St Edmunds District, Suffolk (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1851 census. Suffolk, England. Ecclesiastical district of St Mary. Borough of Bury St Edmunds. Address 76 Guildhall St.
Together with his parents, siblings and servants:
George G. Hake. Son. Age 4. Born Bury St Edmunds.

Ref 1861 census. London, England. Civil parish of Pancras. Ecclesiastical parish of St Stephens. Registration district of Pancras. Address: 150 Great College Street, Pancras.
With Alexander Stewart (55), Schoolmaster together with 3 brothers, and a domestic servant:
George Hake. Pupil. Age 14. Scholar. Born England.

Ref Oxford University Alumni (Ancestry): "Hake, George Gordon, 2s. Thomas Gordon, of Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk, arm. JESUS COLL., matric. 6 Feb., 1867, aged 20."

Ref 1871 census. Surrey, England. Civil Parish of Putney. Address: Rochampton Park, Putney.
Together with his father and 3 siblings:
George G Hake. Son. Unm. Age 24. Student of medicine. Undergraduate of Oxford University. Born Suffolk, Bury St Edmonds.
Not found in 1881 census.

Marriage reg Sep qtr 1884 at Kensington District to Mary Rose Donisthorpe DONNE. Her birth was registered Dec qtr 1859 at Axminster Dist, Devonshire (ref FreeBMD) but she was said to be born at Lyme Regis, Dorset, and dau of B.J.M.Donne of Crewkerne, Somerset. Her father was a British officer who wrote a book on his time in Cyprus. In the 1891 census at Seaton, Devon, are Benjamin J M Donne and Jane Donne and their children, and their grandson Guy. See 1928 entry for the death of her father.

Ref 1891 census. London, England. Civil Parish of Wandsworth. Address: Holton Villa, Wandsworth.
Together with dau Margery R G (2) and a servant:
George G Hake. Head. M. Age 43. Literary Man. Born Suffolk, Bury St Edmonds.
Mary R D Hake. Wife. M. Age 31. Artist. Born Dorset, Lyme Regis.

George spent 13 years from 1891 working in South Africa, initially with the British South Africa Company and later with the Tanganyika Telegraph Service during 1889 and 1903 in the Mashonaland area (see reference below).

Ref 1901 census. Sussex, England. Civil parish of Brighton. Address: 15 Goldsmid Rd, Brighton.
In the home of Anne E Rivers (64), living on own means:
Together with daughter Marjorie G (12):
Mary R D Hake. Visitor. M. Age 41. Born Dorset, Lyme Regis.

George died 1903 in East Africa and was buried at Port Herald (see reference below)..

Ref 1911 census. Somerset, England. Parish of Crewkerne. Registration district of Chard. Address: Abbey Street Crewkerne.
Susan Baker Bradley. Single. Age 77. Private Means. Born Bishops Lydeard Somt.
Hake Mary Rose Donisthorpe. Niece. Widow. Age 51. Occupation none. Born Lyme Regis Dorset. Children 3 born 3 alive.
Together with a boarder and a servant.

On 25 Jun 1928 the Western Morning News reported on Westcountry Wills including the estate of Mr. B. J. M. Donne, Exmouth:
"Mr. Benjamin John Merifield Donne, of Louisa-terrace, Exmouth, late of Crewkerne and Axmouth, who died on April 18, aged 96 years, left estate of the gross value of £3,045, with net personalty £2,886. Probate has been granted to his daughter, Mrs. Mary Rose Donisthorpe Hake and his granddaughter, Ursula Christina Gordon Hake, both of the same address, and his son, Colonel Henry Richard Beadon Donne, of Lindisaye, Woodham-road, Woking, Surrey." (ref British Newspaper Archive)

Mary died 5 Jan 1952. Mary's death reg Mar qtr 1952 at Sturminster District age 92 (ref FreeBMD).
She was buried at Crekerne (Townsend) Cemetery, Crewkerne (ref BillionGraves.com).
"HAKE Mary Rose Donisthorpe of The Chimes Crewkerne Somersetshire widow died 5 January 1952 at Edwardstowe Shaftesbury Dorsetshire Probate Bodmin 26 May to Guy Donne Gordon Hake [son] architect. Effects £377 12s." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Note: George excavated in Cyprus on behalf of Lord Kitchener and the South Kensington Museum (now the V&A) in 1882. Most of the material is now in the British Museum, though some is still in the V&A. One of the sites he dug at was the city of ancient Kourion, just west of modern Limassol (ref Thomas Kiely, Curator of Cypriot Antiquities, BM, 2009).

In the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, papers are kept including correspondence to his family (1891-1903), also other miscellaneous material. Their history summary is as follows: "George Gordon Hake was born in 1847. He spent thirteen years from 1891 working in South Africa, initially with the British South Africa Company and later with the Tanganyika Telegraph Service during 1889 and 1903 in the Mashonaland area. He died in 1903 and was buried at Port Herald. George Gordon Hake was closely connected to the Rossetti family in their later years, acting as a 'minder' to Dante Gabriel Rosetti during one of their family holidays. Christina Rossetti was also godmother to his daughter Ursula."



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See portrait
of George by
Rosetti
    Children:  
  1. Ursula Christina Gordon HAKE born 1885 at Kensington, London  
  2. Guy Donne Gordon HAKE born 1887 at Kensington, London  
  3. Margery Rose Gordon HAKE born 1888 at Wandsworth, Surrey
 
4.   Cecil Napier HAKE
Birth reg Jun qtr 1848 at Bury St Edmunds Dist (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1851 census. Suffolk, England. Ecclesiastical district of St Mary. Borough of Bury St Edmunds. Address 76 Guildhall St.
Together with his parents, siblings and servants:
Cecil Hake. Son. Age 2. Born Bury St Edmunds.
(Transcribed as Aril R. Hake)

Ref 1861 census. London, England. Civil parish of Pancras. Ecclesiastical parish of St Stephens. Registration district of Pancras. Address: 150 Great College Street, Pancras.
With Alexander Stewart (55), Schoolmaster together with 3 brothers, and a domestic servant:
Cecil Hake. Pupil. Age 12. Scholar. Born England.

Not found in 1871 census. He was presumably in Germany at this time, see below.

Ref 1881 census. London, England. Civil parish of Kensington. Address: 41 Hollywood Rd, Kensington.
In the home of Susannah White (22), Lodg. House Keeper:
Cecil N Hake. Boarder. Age 36. Property abroad. Born Suffolk, Bury St Edmunds.

Cecil travelled to Australia approximately 1891 (ref obituary).

Excerpt from Thomas Gordon Hake's Memoirs of Eighty Years (see above entry for Frederick William Dupré):
"My son-in-law was Professor of Chemistry at the Westminster, in succession to the gifted Dr. Marcet, whose assistant he had been for some years. He resigned his place, and his brother Augustus Dupre was elected in his stead, while he went to Stassfurt to do chemistry on a larger scale, extricating tens of thousands of tons of potash from its chlorine. He was then the father of a baby, he has now two grown-up daughters and three grown-up sons. I stayed several weeks at Stassfurt. My son Cecil was there under Dupre. He had been a student at the Westminster laboratory; he is now Chief Inspector of Explosives at Melbourne in Victoria". 

Marr 1894 in Victoria, Australia of Cecil Napier Hake to Elizabeth Carstairs SIMSON (ref Ancestry, Vic reg 1894/1051).
"MARRIAGES. HAKE-SIMSON.- On the 21st inst., at the Scots Church, Collins-street, by the Rev. Alex. Marshall, M.A., assisted by the Rev. Alex. Adam, M.A., Beaufort, Cecil Napier Hake, son of T. Gordon Hake, M.D., London, to Elizabeth Carstairs, daughter of John Simson, Trawalla, Toorak." (ref Trove, The Argus Melbourne, Thursday 22 March 1894).

"WEDDINGS. HAKE-SIMSON. The marriage of Mr. Cecil Napier Hake, son of T. Gordon Hake, M.D., London, and Miss Elizabeth Carstairs Simson, daughter of Mr. John Simson, of Trawalla, Toorak, was celebrated on Wednesday afternoon, March 21, at the Scots' Church, Collins-street, Melbourne. Owing to the bride's family being in mourning the wedding was private, only the relations of the bride's family being present. The Rev. Alex. Marshall, assisted by the Rev. Alex. Adam, M.A., performed the ceremony. The bride arrived with her father at 2 o'clock, wearing a lovely bridal dress of rich white watered silk, made with picture sleeves, and trimmings of lace. Her long tulle veil was worn with a cluster of orange-blossom. She carried an exquisite bridal bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. Her only bridesmaid was her sister, Miss Mary Simson, who was picturesquely attired in a gown of cream satin merveilleux trimmed with accordion-plaited chiffon and handsome pearl and iridescent passementerie. A charming touch of colour was given to the costume by an Incroyable hat of cherry-red velvet finished with feathers and bouquet of carnations in a tone darker. Captain White, R.N., commandant of the naval forces of Victoria, acted as the bridegroom-s best man. The church was beautifully decorated with white flowers, tall palms, and ferns." (ref Trove, The Australasian Melbourne, Saturday 24 March 1894)

Note the above comment that the family was in mourning; this may have been due to the death of her aunt by marriage, Catherine née Officer, wife of John Simson's brother Robert, which occurred on the 24 Nov 1893.

Birth registration of Elizabeth Carstairs Simson 1861 at Beauford/Trawalla, dau of John Simson & Margaret Luke (ref Vic reg 1861/15248).

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On 29 Mar 1896, Elizabeth's father died. The following newspaper notice gives an idea of his wealth and how it came about that Elizabeth left such a large estate in 1949.
"The following wills have been lodged for probate:-
John Simson, late of Trawalla, Toorak, gentleman, who died on the 29th March last. Value of the real estate £35,000, and personalty £8,948. By his will, which was made on the 17th of September, 1895, the testator leaves the use and occupation of his home at Toorak, together with the furniture and household effects, &c., to his wife Margaret, and on her death it is to go to his son Robert James Phillip Simson absolutely. To his wife he also leaves an annuity of £3,000. The residue of the estate is to be divided into 21 equal shares and held in trust for his five children in the following proportions:- Helen A. L. Simson, four shares; Robert James Phillip Simson, eight shares; Elizabeth Carstairs Hake, three shares; Margaret Jessie Mackinnon, wife of Lachlan Scobie Mackinnon, three shares; Isabella Mary Reynolds, three shares." (ref Trove, The Argus Melbourne, Sat 2 May 1896)
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As stated below in the obituary, Cecil was appointed to a position in the Department of Trade and Customs, then became Chief Inspector of Explosives to the Commonwealth Government, and finally Chemical Adviser to the Department of Defence.

He retired in 1911 and they travelled overseas; Cecil died in Monte Carlo and Elizabeth in London.

Cecil died 16 Oct 1924. (Ref Australian Science Archives Project)
"HAKE Cecil Napier of Melbourne Victoria Australia died 16 October 1924 at Monte Carlo Monaco. Probate London 29 July [1925] to Elizabeth Carstairs Hake widow. Effects £833 19s 11d." (Ancestry Probate Records)

His obituary from the Library of the Royal Society of Chemistry in London (page 61) is as follows:
"CECIL NAPIER HAKE died at Monte Carlo in his 77th year. Educated at King's College, London, and under Hofmann at the Royal College of Chemistry, he worked for a time in the laboratory of Dr. A. Dupré, and, in 1866 became chemist to Messrs. Leister and Townsend of Stassfurt, of which Dr. Dupré's brother was manager. He remained there for ten years and then became manager of the Stassfurt Chemical Company's Works, which he left in 1884, when he was appointed manager of the Douglas Salt Mine and Chemical Works in Westereglen, near Stassfurt, one of the largest works of its kind. A few years later, he returned to England and practised in Westminster until 1891, when he proceeded to Australia, to an appointment in the Department of Trade and Customs, at Melbourne. Later he was Chief Inspector of Explosives to the Commonwealth Government, and, finally, Chemical Adviser to the Department of Defence, until his retirement in 1911. He was elected a Fellow of the Institute in 1880." (Source D. Johnston, Canberra, 2006)

Elizabeth died 21 Jul 1949. Elizabeth's death reg Sep qtr 1949 at Kensington dist, London aged 88 (ref FreeBMD).
"HAKE Elizabeth Carstairs of Baileys Hotel Gloucester-road Kensington London widow died 21 July 1949 Administration (with Will) (limited) London 13 October to William Patrick Pain company secretary and Thomas Charles Watts company manager attorneys of The Royal Trust Company. Effects £38868 1s. 4d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)



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Cecil Napier Hake

5.   Alfred Egmont HAKE
Birth reg Dec qtr 1849 at Bury St Eds dist, Suffolk (ref FreeBMD).
Born in Guildhall Street, Bury St Edmunds on 12 Oct 1849 (ref website of the George Borrow Society,
http://www.georgeborrow.org/people/Alfred-Egmont-Hake.html).

Ref 1851 census. Suffolk, England. Ecclesiastical district of St Mary. Borough of Bury St Edmunds. Address 76 Guildhall St.
Together with his parents, siblings and servants:
Alfred E. Hake. Son. Age 1. Born Bury St Edmunds.

Ref 1861 census. London, England. Civil parish of Pancras. Ecclesiastical parish of St Stephens. Registration district of Pancras. Address: 150 Great College Street, Pancras.
With Alexander Stewart (55), Schoolmaster together with 3 brothers, and a domestic servant:
Alfred Hake. Pupil. Age 11. Scholar. Born England.

Ref 1871 census. Surrey, England. Civil Parish of Putney. Address: Rochampton Park, Putney.
Together with his father and 3 siblings:
Alfred E Hake. Son. Unm. Age 21. Clerk in Merchants Office. Born Suffolk, Bury St Edmonds.

In 1877 both Alfred Egmont and his brother Thomas were listed in chambers at 2 Danes inn, St Clement Danes, Westminster (ref Ancestry London Electoral Registers).
Marr reg Dec qtr 1879 at Kensington Dist to Philippa Mary HANDLEY (ref FreeBMD). Married at Kensington register office on 4 Dec 1879 (ref website of the George Borrow Society as above). She is probably the Philippa Mary Handley whose birth was reg Mar qtr 1860 at Birmingham, Warwickshire, as no other occurrence can be found; she moved her birth date later with each succeeding record, and changed the place of birth each time.

Not found in 1881 census. Around 1890 and 1891, several of the children were baptised, and his residence was 2 Vereker Road Fulham.
Ref 1891 census. London, England. Civil Parish of Fulham. Address: 2 Vereker Rd, Fulham.
Alfred E Hake. Head. M. Age 40. Author. Born Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
Phillipa M Hake. Wife. M. Age 28. Born Clifton, Glos.
Together with 2 servants.

He was a witness to his brother Thomas's wedding in 1894.
There are many newspaper reports of his lectures and writings during this period of his life in the name of "Mr A. Egmont Hake, the kinsman and biographer of General Gordon, the hero of Khartoum" (ref British Newspaper Archives).

In 1895 Alfred was an executor for his father.
"HAKE Thomas Gordon of 59 Acacia-road St John's wood Middlesex M.D. died 11 January 1895. Administration London 23 March to Henry Wilson Hake [son] professor of chemistry and Alfred Egmont Hake [son] author. Effects £123 19s. 3d." (ref Ancestry Probate records)

Ref 1901 census. London, England. Civil parish of Fulham. Address: 96 Archel Rd, Fulham.
In the home of Franklin B Emery (37), Waiter:
Alfred E Hake. Boarder. M. Age 49. Author. Born Suffolk, Bury St Edmunds.
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Ref 1901 census. Lincolnshire, England. Civil parish of Mablethorpe. Address: Furlongs, Mablethorpe.
In the home of Mary A Cumins (41), Coal merchant:
Together with son Hallam B (10):
Philippa E Hake. Boarder. M. Age 35. Living on own means. Born Jersey.
[Philippa seems to have taken on the second name of Egmont from her husband.]

On 22 Jul 1910 there is a record of admission of Egmont Hake born 1850, admission age 60, the Sheffield Street Receiving Workhouse and Casual Wards (ref Ancestry London Workhouse Records). It is likely that this refers to his presumed mental illness from which he died.

Ref 1911 census. Norfolk, England. Parish of Wells Next The Sea. Registration district of Walsingham. Address: Leyland Cottage Wells Norfolk.
Together with 3 visitors:
Philippa Egmont Hake. Head. Mar. Age 42. Private Means. Born at Sea. Married 35 years, [31], children 6 born 5 alive 1 dead.
Alfred not found in 1911 census, presumably in an institution.

The sixth child referred to might have been Alice Hake, born Dec qtr 1885 at Holborn, died Dec qtr 1885 at Holborn (ref FreeBMD), but no definite proof.

Alfred died 8 Dec 1916. Alfred's death reg Dec qtr 1916 at Dartford dist, Kent aged 67 (ref FreeBMD).
"HAKE Alfred Egmont of St. Bartholomews Hospital London died 8 December 1916 at the City of London Lunatic Asylum Kent. Administration London 16 April 1920 to Sidney William Heriot gentleman. Effects £100."

Philippa died 24 Aug 1941. Philippa's death reg Sep qtr 1941 at Fakenham Dist, Norfolk as Philippa E Hake age 72 (ref online index). [She certainly wasn't 72, as she would have been married at 10]
"HAKE Philippa Egmond of Leyland Cottage Holkham-road Wells widow died 24 August 1941. Probate Norwich 1 October to Conway Hake [son] retired commander R.N. Effects £491 8s. 7d." (Ancestry Probate records)

Some of Alfred's published works are as follows. He also wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography under his initials. Works: Flattering Tales; Paris Originals (1878); The Story of Chinese Gordon (1884); The Journals of Major-Gen. C.G.Gordon, C.B., at Kartoum (1885); Events in the Tae-Ping Rebellion (1891); The Unemployed Problem; Free Trade in Capital (1890); Suffering London (1892); The Coming Individualism (1895); The Eternal Dawn (1907) (ref Wikisource).




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    Children:  
  1. Philippa Lucy Constance HAKE born 1882 at Ealing, Surrey  
  2. Egmont Gordon HAKE born 1884 at Ealing, Surrey  
  3. Walter Conway HAKE born 1888 at Fulham dist, London  
  4. Hallam Brookfield Egmont HAKE born 1890 at London  
  5. Adeline Eden HAKE born 1891 at Fulham Dist
 
6.   Henry Wilson HAKE
Birth reg Mar qtr 1852 at Bury St Edmunds Dist, Suffolk (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Town of London. Parish of St Martin in the Fields. City of Westminster. Address Spring Gardens No. 31.
Together with his father, sister and servants:
Hy Wilson Hake. Son. Un. Age 9. Scholar. Born Suffolk Bury St Edmunds.

Ref 1871 census. Surrey, England. Civil Parish of Putney. Address: Rochampton Park, Putney.
Together with his father and 3 siblings:
Henry W Hake. Son. Unm. Age 19. Student of medicine. Undergraduate of London University. Born Suffolk, Bury St Edmonds.

Ref 1881 census. Hampshire, England. Civil parish of Buckholt. Address: Queenwood College, Buckholt.
Together with 4 other staff and 15 scholars:
Henry W Hake. Res. Mas. Age 29. Unm. Science Prof Ph. D. F.C.S. Born Suffolk, Bury St Edmunds.

In March and May 1890, and also in March 1899, Henry was called to give evidence in different enquiries; he was reported as saying "I am a co-lecturer with Dr. Dupre [presumably Augustus] on practical chemistry at the Westminster Hospital Medical School" (ref British Newspaper Archive, Isle of Man Times, Wed 21 May 1890)

Marr reg Sep qtr 1890 at Wandsworth District to Mabel MANN (ref FreeBMD). The marriage was 26 Jul 1890 at St Mary Magdalene, Wandsworth Common; Henry was aged 38, bachelor, Lecturer in Chemistry; 2 Inverness Terrace, Hurlingham Road, Fulham S.W., son of Thomas Gordon Hake, Doctor of Medicine; Mabel was aged 19, spinster; Ferndale, Brodrick Road, Upper Tooting, dau of Richard Mann (deceased), Esquire; witnesses included T S E Hake (ref Ancestry London Marriages).

"MARRIAGES. HAKE - MANN. - 26th July, at St. Mary Magdalene's, Wandsworth-common, by the Rev. F. F. Morgan, M.A., Rector of Ludgershall, Bucks, assisted by the Rev. W. Starkie Shuttleworth, M.A., Vicar, Henry Wilson Hake, Ph.D. (Lecturer on Practical Chemistry, Westminster Hospital), youngest son of Dr. Gordon Hake, to Mabel, youngest daughter of the late Richard Mann, formerly of Bromley, Kent." (ref British Newspaper Archive, London Daily News Thurs 31 July 1890)

Baptism of Mabel Mann 21 May 1872 at Bromley, Kent, dau of Richard & Henrietta Mann (ref Ancestry England Select Births & Christenings). Birth reg of Mabel Mann Mar qtr 1872 at Bromley dist, Kent (ref FreeBMD).

Not found in 1891 census.
In 1895 Henry was an executor for his father:
"HAKE Thomas Gordon of 59 Acacia-road St John's wood Middlesex M.D. died 11 January 1895. Administration London 23 March to Henry Wilson Hake [son] professor of chemistry and Alfred Egmont Hake [son] author. Effects £123 19s. 3d." (ref Ancestry Probate records)

Ref 1901 census. London, England. Civil parish of Fulham. Address: 65 Comeragh Rd, Fulham, London.
Together with dau Winifred (5) and 2 servants:
Henry Hake. Head. M. Age 49. Professor of Chemistry. Born Suffolk, Bury St Edmonds.
Mabel Hake. Wife. M. Age 29. Born Kent, Bromley.

Ref 1911 census. London, England. Parish of St Margaret and St John. Registration district of St George. Address: 12 Greycoat Gardens Westminster.
Together with children Henry M (19), Enole M (17), Winefrede L (15):
Henry Wilson Hake. Head. Mar. Age 59. Analytical and Consulting Chemist. Born Bury St Edmonds Suffolk.
Mabel Hake. Wife. Mar 20 years. Age 39. Born Bromley Kent. Children 3 born 3 alive.

Mabel's death reg Jun qtr 1924 at Marylebone Dist age 52 (ref FreeBMD). No probate found.

Henry died 18 Jan 1930. Henry's death reg Mar qtr 1930 at Marylebone Dist age 78 (ref FreeBMD).
"HAKE Henry Wilson of 68 Clifton Hill Maida Vale Middlesex died 18 January 1930. Probate London 7 June to Winefrede Lucy Gossling [dau] (wife of Brian Stephen Gossling) and the said Brian Stephen Gossling physicist. Effects £191 5s. 6d." (Ancestry Probate records).



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    Children:  
  1. Henry Mendelssohn HAKE born 1892 at Fulham, London  
  2. Enole Mabel HAKE born 1894 at Westminster, London  
  3. Winifred Lucy HAKE born 1895 at Westminster, London
 
7.   Maria Teresa HAKE
Birth reg Sep qtr 1853 at Bury St Ed District, Suffolk (ref FreeBMD, image has Maria Teresa).
She travelled with her mother to USA, no migration record found in Ancestry.
Born 21 Jun 1853; died 9 Feb 1854 and buried at Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, USA (ref
www.findagrave.com)
In the Lawn Cemetery Index, her father's name is given as Thomas G. Hake (ref Ancestry).
The interment card gives her name as Maria Teresa, the cause of death as Pneumonitis, and the date of interment Feb 13, 1854 (ref copy held by LS).
    Issue of William Augustus Gordon Hake and Matilda Shore  
1.   Charlotte Matilda HAKE
Born 17 Jun 1838; bap 10 Aug 1838 at Old Church, Saint Pancras, London, Charlotte Matilda Hake, dau of William Augustus Gordon Hake and Matilda (ref FamilySearch C047933 and Parish record 0598165).

Ref 1841 census. Suffolk, England. Civil Parish of St James. Registration District of Bury St Edmund. Address: Northgate Street, ASt James, Bury St Edmund.
Together with (presumably) her uncle Thomas and aunt Lucy:
Charlotte Hake. Age 3. Not born in Suffolk.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of Paddington. Address: 53 Queens Rd, Paddington.
Together with her parents and 4 siblings:
Charlotte Hake. Dau. Age 12. Scholar at home. Born Middlesex. [indexed as Hoke]

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Civil parish of St Marylebone. Address: 59 Acacia Rd, St Marylebone.
Together with her parents and 6 siblings:
Charlotte M Hake. Daur. Un. Age 22. Born Middlesex, London.

Ref 1871 census. Sussex, England. Civil Parish of Brighton. Town of Brighton. Address: 3 Old Steine, Brighton.
Together with Hake. Daugh. Unm. Age 32. Born Middlesex, St Pancras. [error for Charlotte Matilda]

Ref 1881 census. Sussex, England. Civil parish of Brighton. Address: 3 Old Steine, Brighton.
Together with her parents and 2 siblings:
Charlotte M Hake. Daur. Unm. Age 42. Born Middx, Marylebone.

Ref 1891 census. Sussex, England. Parish of Brighton. Address: 3 Old Steine, Brighton.
Together with her parents and 1 sibling:
Charlotte M Hake. Daur. S. Age 52. Living on own means. Born Middlesex, Marylebone.

Ref 1901 census. Sussex, England. Civil parish of Brighton. Address: 3 Old Steine, Brighton.
Together with her father:
Charlotte Matilda Hake. Daur. S. Age 63. Born Middlesex, Marylebone.

Ref 1911 census. Sussex, England. Parish of Brighton. Registration district of Brighton. Address: 3 Old Steine Brighton.
Together with her father, a servant and a nurse:
Charlotte Matilda Hake. Dau. S. Age 72. Born Saint Pancras Marylebone.

Charlotte was mentioned in the newspaper article describing the celebration of her father's 100th birthday, see previous generation.

Charlotte died 20 Oct 1922. Charlotte's death reg Dec qtr 1922 at Steyning District, Sussex aged 84 (ref FreeBMD).
"HAKE Charlotte Matilda of 17 Ditchling-rise Brighton spinster died 20 October 1922 Probate Lewes 17 November to Augustus Hake gentleman [brother]. Effects £3456 15s. 11d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)




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2.   Augustus HAKE
Birth reg Mar qtr 1840 at St Pancras District (ref FreeBMD). (twin)
Born 19 Jan 1840; bap 18 Aug 1840 at Old Church, Saint Pancras, London, Augustus Hake, son of William Augustus Gordon Hake and Matilda (ref FamilySearch C047934 and Parish record 0598166-67).

Reg 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of St Pancras. Address: Manchester St, St Pancras.
Together with his parents and 1 sibling:
Augustus Hake. Age 1. Born in Middlesex.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of Paddington. Address: 53 Queens Rd, Paddington.
Together with his parents and 4 siblings:
Augustus Hake. Son. Age 11. Scholar at home. Born Middlesex, Pancras.
[indexed as Augusta Hoke]

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Civil parish of St Marylebone. Address: 59 Acacia Rd, St Marylebone.
Together with his parents and 6 siblings:
Augustus Hake. Son. Un. Age 21. Commercial Clk. Born Middlesex, London.

Ref 1871 census. London, England. Civil Parish of St Marylebone. Address: 3 Beaumont St, St Marylebone.
Augustus Hake. Lodger. Unm. Age 31. Newspaper Agents Manager. Born Middlesex, Marylebone.

Ref 1881 census. London, England. Civil parish of Marylebone. Address: 53 George St, Marylebone.
In the home of Richard Richardson (48), chemist & dentist:
Agustus Hake. Lodger. Unm. Age 41. Newsagent's Manager. Born Middlesex, St Pancras.

Ref 1891 census. London, England. Civil Parish of St Marylebone. Registration district of Marylebone. Address: 59 Acacia Road, St Marylebone.
Together with his uncle Thomas Gordon Hake and 2 servants:
Augustus Hake. Son. S. Age 50. Clerk. Born London Grays Inn Lane.
[in this entry Augustus is listed as son and Thomas Gordon as brother as if referring to William Augustus Gordon Hake, who was not present]

Ref 1901 census. London, England. Civil parish of St Marylebone. Address: 59 Acacia Rd, St Marylebone.
Augustus Hake. S. Age 61. Assistant Newsagent Retired. Born London.
[incorrectly indexed as Son of previous household]
Emma Devitt. Serv. S. Age 59. Housekeeper. Born London, Southwark.

Ref 1911 census. London, England. Parish of St Marylebone. Registration district of St Marylebone. Address: 59 Acacia Road NW.
Augustus Hake. Son. Single. Age 70. Gentleman. Born London W C Manchester Street.
Emma Devitt. Single. Age 60. Companion. Born London Southwark S E.

In 1914 Augustus was the executor for his brother William:
"HAKE William Augustus Gordon (the younger) of the Lawn Lincoln died 26 January 1914. Administration London 16 March to Augustus Hake esquire [brother]. Effects £44 3s." (ref Ancestry Probate records)

On 21 Mar 1914, the Western Daily Press reported:
"The Rev. Thomas Gordon Hake - youngest son of Mr William Augustus Hake, the oldest barrister, who will be 03 on April 5 - celebrated his 71st birthday yesterday. The centenarian's eldest son, Augustus, who resides in London, was 74 in January." (ref British Newspaper Archive).

Marr reg Dec qtr 1914 at Marylebone District to Emma DEVITT (ref FreeBMD). She had been his housekeeper / companion since at least 1901. Birth reg of Emma Devitt Sep qtr 1842 at St Saviour Southwark dist, London (ref FreeBMD).

In 1922 Augustus was the executor for his sister Charlotte:
"HAKE Charlotte Matilda of 17 Ditchling-rise Brighton spinster died 20 October 1922 Probate Lewes 17 November to Augustus Hake gentleman [brother]. Effects £3456 15s. 11d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Emma's death reg Mar qtr 1923 at Brighton Dist aged 78 (ref FreeBMD).

Augustus died 31 Aug 1923. Augustus' death reg Sep qtr 1923 at Brighton Dist aged 83 (ref FreeBMD).
"HAKE Augustus of 3 Old Steyne Brighton died 31 August 1923 Probate Lewes 18 March to John Ebenezer Hazelton gentleman [no connection known]. Effects £8721 4s." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

He was a member of Plymouth Brethren.
No issue.





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3.   Gordon HAKE
Birth reg Mar qtr 1840 at St Pancras District (ref FreeBMD). (twin)
Born 19 Jan 1840; bap 18 Aug 1840 at Old Church, Saint Pancras, London, Gordon Hake, son of William Augustus Gordon Hake and Matilda (ref FamilySearch C047934 and Parish record 0598166-67).

Death reg Dec qtr 1840 at St Pancras District (ref FreeBMD).
Burial of Gordon Hake 29 Oct 1840 at St Pancras Parish Chapel, aged 9 months; abode Manchester Street (ref Ancestry London Deaths and Burials).

4.   William Augustus Gordon HAKE
Born 4 Apr 1841; bap 1 Sep 1841 at Old Church, Saint Pancras, London, William Augustus Gordon Hake, son of William Augustus Gordon Hake and Matilda (ref FamilySearch C047934 and Parish record 0598167). His father was a Barrister of Manchester St (ref Ancestry London baptisms).
Registration not found in FreeBMD.

Reg 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of St Pancras. Address: Manchester St, St Pancras.
Together with his parents and 1 sibling:
(not known) Hake. Age 2 mo. Born in Middlesex.

Not found in 1851 census.
Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Civil parish of St Marylebone. Address: 59 Acacia Rd, St Marylebone.
Together with his parents and 6 siblings:
William A G Hake. Son. Un. Age 20. Student. Born Middlesex, London.

There is an entry in the UK Lunacy Patients Admission Registers for Wm. A. G. Hake, 5 Jan 1869, at Ticehurst Asylum, which is in East Sussex (now specialising in mental health problems); he was discharged on 27 March 1869. Assuming it is him, his brother Thomas Gordon was admitted to Westbrook House Asylum (probably the one in Kent) for a similar period (ref Ancestry).

Ref 1871 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of Hendon. Registration District of Hendon. Address: Brent Street, Hendon.
In the household of William A Thompson (42), School Master, together with many teachers and pupils:
William A G Hake. Assistant. Unm. Age 29. Assistant Master. Born Middlesex Camden Town.

Ref 1881 census. Sussex, England. Civil parish of Brighton. Address: 3 Old Steine, Brighton.
Together with his parents and 2 siblings:
Wm. Augsts. Hake. Son. Unm. Age 39. Tutor. Born Middx, Marylebone.

Not found in 1891, 1901 or 1911 census.

William died 26 Jan 1914. William's death reg Mar qtr 1914 at Lincoln District aged 73 (ref FreeBMD).
William was buried 29 Jan 1914 at Newport Cemetery, Lincoln aged 73 (ref fmp National Burial Index).
"HAKE William Augustus Gordon (the younger) of the Lawn Lincoln died 26 January 1914. Administration London 16 March to Augustus Hake esquire [brother]. Effects £44 3s." (ref Ancestry Probate records)

His father's death followed his in July 1914.





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5.   Thomas Gordon HAKE
Birth reg Jun qtr 1843 at St Pancras District (ref FreeBMD).
Born 20 Mar 1843; bap 29 May 1848 (sic) at Old Church, Saint Pancras, London, Thomas Gordon Hake, son of William Augustus Gordon Hake and Matilda (ref FamilySearch C047935 and Parish record 0598169).

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of Paddington. Address: 53 Queens Rd, Paddington.
Together with his parents and 4 siblings:
Thomas Hake. Son. Age 9. Scholar at home. Born Middlesex, Pancras.
[indexed as Hoke]

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Civil parish of St Marylebone. Address: 59 Acacia Rd, St Marylebone.
Together with his parents and 6 siblings:
Thomas G Hake. Son. Un. Age 18. Scholar. Born Middlesex, London.

There is an entry in the UK Lunacy Patients Admission Registers for Thos. G. Hake, 26 Jan 1869, at Westbrook House Asylum, probably the one in Kent; he was discharged on 22 Mar 1869. Assuming it is him, his brother William was admitted to Ticehurst Asylum, East Sussex for a similar period (ref Ancestry).

Ref 1871 census. Sussex, England. Civil Parish of Brighton. Town of Brighton. Address: 3 Old Steine, Brighton.
Together with his parents and 3 siblings:
Thomas G Hake. Son. Unm. Age 28. Curate without Cure of Souls. Born Middlesex, St Pancras.

Ref 1881 census. Sussex, England. Civil parish of Brighton. Address: 3 Old Steine, Brighton.
Together with his parents and 2 siblings:
Thomas Hake. Son. Unm. Age 38. Clerk in Holy Orders. Born Middx, Marylebone.

Ref 1891 census. Sussex, England. Parish of Brighton. Address: 3 Old Steine, Brighton.
Together with his parents and 1 sibling:
Thomas G Hake. Son. S. Age 48. Clerk in Holy Orders.

Ref 1901 census. Sussex, England. Civil parish of Brighton. Address: 46 Rosehill Terrace, Brighton.
Thomas G Hake. Head. S. Age 58. Clergyman - Church of England. Born London, Marylebone.

Marr reg Dec qtr 1902 at Thakeham District, Sussex to Alice Maude COOPER (ref FreeBMD). Birth reg of Alice Maud Cooper Jun qtr 1867 at Brighton dist, Sussex (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1911 census. Sussex, England. Parish of Preston. Registration district of Steyning. S Address: 23 Bates Road Preston Brighton.
Together with dau Constance Maud Gordon (8):
Thomas Gordon Hake. Head. Mar. Age 68. Clergyman Of The Church Of England. Born St Pancras Middlesex.
Alice Maud Hake. Wife. Mar 8 years. Age 44. Born Sussex Brighton. Children 1 born 1 alive.

On 21 Mar 1914, the Western Daily Press reported:
"The Rev. Thomas Gordon Hake - youngest son of Mr William Augustus Hake, the oldest barrister, who will be 03 on April 5 - celebrated his 71st birthday yesterday. The centenarian's eldest son, Augustus, who resides in London, was 74 in January." (ref British Newspaper Archive).

Thomas died 27 May 1928. Thomas' death reg Jun qtr 1928 at Brighton District aged 85 (ref FreeBMD).
"HAKE the reverend Thomas Gordon of 23 Bates-road Brighton clerk died 27 May 1928 Probate Lewes 2 July to Alice Maud Hake widow. Effects £8489 5s. 6d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Alice died 5 Apr 1961. Death reg of Alice M Hake Jun qtr 1961 at Bournemouth dist aged 94 (ref FreeBMD).
"HAKE Alice Maud of 216 Shelbourne Road Bournemouth widow died 5 April 1961 Probate Lewes 9 June to Albert James William Neale solicitors managing clerk and Alice May Hopkins widow. Effects £18184 12s." (ref Ancestry National Probate)





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    Children:  
  1. Constance Maud Gordon HAKE born 1903 at Thakeham Dist, Sussex
 
6.   Augusta Maria HAKE
Birth reg Mar qtr 1845 at St Pancras Dist (ref FreeBMD).
Born 28 Jan 1845; bap 29 May 1848 (sic) at Old Church, Saint Pancras, London, Augusta Maria Hake, dau of William Augustus Gordon Hake and Matilda (ref FamilySearch C047935 and Parish record 0598169).

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of Paddington. Address: 53 Queens Rd, Paddington.
Together with her parents and 4 siblings:
Augusta Maria Blake. (sic) Age 6. Scholar at home. Born Middlesex, Pancras.

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Civil parish of St Marylebone. Address: 59 Acacia Rd, St Marylebone.
Together with her parents and 6 siblings:
Augusta M Hake. Daur. Un. Age 16. Scholar. Born Middlesex, London.

Death reg Jun qtr 1869 at Brighton Dist aged 24 (ref FreeBMD).





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7.   Anna Maria HAKE
Birth reg Jun qtr 1847 at St Pancras Dist (ref FreeBMD).
Born 2 Apr 1847; bap 29 May 1848 (sic) at Old Church, Saint Pancras, London, Anna Maria Hake, dau of William Augustus Gordon Hake and Matilda (ref FamilySearch C047935 and Parish record 0598169).

Died 17 Jan 1849 (ref FamilySearch C047935 and Parish record 0598169).
Death reg Mar qtr 1849 at Kensington Dist (ref FreeBMD).

8.   Maria Shore HAKE
Birth reg Sep qtr 1850 at Kensington Dist (ref FreeBMD).
Born 13 Jul 1850; bap 10 Aug 1851 at St Mary, Paddington Green, Maria Shore, dau of William Augustus Gordon & Matilda Hake; Queen's Road; Barrister at Law (ref Ancestry London Births and Baptisms).

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of Paddington. Address: 53 Queens Rd, Paddington.
Together with her parents and 4 siblings:
Maria S Blake. (sic). Age 8 mo. Born Middlesex, Pancras.

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Civil parish of St Marylebone. Address: 59 Acacia Rd, St Marylebone.
Together with her parents and 6 siblings:
Maria S Hake. Daur. Un. Age 10. Scholar. Born Middlesex, London.

Ref 1871 census. Sussex, England. Civil Parish of Brighton. Town of Brighton. Address: 3 Old Steine, Brighton.
Maria Shore Hake. Daug. Unm. Age 20. Born Middlesex, St Pancras.

Maria Shore Hake was admitted to Camberwell Licensed House, Surrey on 5 Sep 1874 and died there on 12 Mar 1877 (ref Ancestry UK Lunacy Patients Admission Register).

Death reg Mar qtr 1877 at Camberwell Dist aged 27 (ref FreeBMD).
"HAKE. - 11th, Maria Shore Hake, youngest daughter of W. A. Hake, Esq., of Brighton." (ref British Newspaper Archive, London Evening Standard Fri 16 Mar 1877)
(Discrepancy noted between dates on newspaper and Patient form above).





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9.   George Henry HAKE
Birth reg Sep qtr 1853 at Kensington Dist (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Civil parish of St Marylebone. Address: 59 Acacia Rd, St Marylebone.
Together with his parents and 6 siblings:
George H Hake. Son. Un. Age 7. Scholar. Born Middlesex, London.

Ref 1871 census. Sussex, England. Civil Parish of Brighton. Town of Brighton. Address: 3 Old Steine, Brighton.
Together with his parents and 3 siblings:
George Henry Hake. Son. Unm. Age 17. Scholar. Born Middlesex, St Pancras.

George's death reg Jun qtr 1878 at Reigate Dist, Surrey aged 25 (ref FreeBMD).



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    Issue of Robert Hake and Octavia Frances Butler  
1.   William Robert HAKE
Birth reg Sep 1853 at Headington Dist, Oxfordshire (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1861 census. Kent, England. Civil parish of Canterbury Christchurch. Address: Green Court, Canterbury.
Together with his parents and 3 brothers:
William R Hake. Son. Age 7. Scholar. Born Oxford.

Death reg Mar qtr 1864 at Axminster Dist, Devonshire (ref FreeBMD).



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2.   Edwin Denys HAKE
Birth reg Dec qtr 1855 at Blean District, Kent (ref FreeBMD).
Bap 6 Nov 1855 at Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, Edwin Denys, son of Robert & Octavia Frances Hake (ref Ancestry England Select Births and Christenings).

Ref 1861 census. Kent, England. Civil parish of Canterbury Christchurch. Address: Green Court, Canterbury.
Together with his parents and 3 brothers:
Edwin D Hake. Son. Age 5. Scholar. Born Kent, Canterbury.

Ref 1871 census. Kent, England. Civil Parish of Christchurch. Address: Green Court.
Together with his parents and 2 brothers:
Edwin D Hake. Son. Age 15. Scholar. Born Kent, Canterbury.

In 1874 Edwin was accepted at Christ Church, Oxford:
"CHRIST CHURCH. Edwin Denys Hake, from the King's School, Canterbury, has been appointed to an exhibition at this house." (ref British Newspaper Archive, Morning Post, Wed 28 Oct 1874)

Ref 1881 census. SCOTLAND. East Lothian, Scotland. Civil Parish of Spott. Address: Bowerhouse, Spott.
Edwin D Hake. Age 25. Visitor. Bachelor Of Arts (Oxford). Born England.

Ref Oxford University Alumni (Ancestry): "Hake, Edwin Denys, 2s. Robert, of Canterbury, cler. CHRIST CHURCH, matric. 19 Jan., 1875, aged 19; exhibitioner 1876-8, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1883. "

Ref 1891 census. Hampshire, England. Parish of Holdenhurst. Address: West Cliff Rd, St Michael's Vicarage, Holdenhurst, Bournemouth.
Together with brother Louis (33) and cousin Mary (26) and 7 others:
Edwin Hake. Head. S. Age 35. Head Master School. Born Canterbury, Kent.

Marr reg Sep qtr 1891 at Christchurch Dist, Hampshire to Marianne Jane Mease TOYNE. She was born at Jarrow, Northumberland, and her birth was registered Dec qtr 1865 at South Shields dist, Durham as female, no name (ref FreeBMD); her brother George was registered 2 years later at the same place. In the 1871 census, Marianne and her brother George were living at Grosvenor Villa, Bristol, Gloucestershire aged 5 and 3 in the care of a nurse and cook; the 1891 census shows them with their parents, Frederick E. and Annie E. Toyne, and 2 other brothers; Frederick Elijah Toyne was at that time Vicar of St Michael's, Bournemouth, and was born in Ceylon; this shows Marianne and George being born at Jarrow, Durham, so the county boundaries were variable.

The marriage was on 6 Aug 1891:
"Aug. 6, at St. Michael's, Bournemouth, Edwin Denys Hake, M.A., of St. Michael's Vicarage, Bournemouth, to Marianne Jane Mease Toyne, of Cleveland, Bournemouth." (ref Bath Chronicle, Thursday 13 Aug 1891)

Ref 1901 census. Hampshire, England. Civil parish of Bournemouth. Address: Haileys School, Poole Rd, Bournemouth.
Together with children Annie F (8), Herbert D (6), Ormond G (4k), and Edwin's father Robert (79), and others:
Edwin D Hake. Head. M. Age 45. Headmaster of school. Born Canterbury, Kent.
Marianne J M T Hake. Wife. M. Age 35. Born Jarrow, Northumberland.

In 1901 Edwin was an executor for his father:
"HAKE the reverend Robert of the vicarage Wraysbury Staines Middlesex clerk died 3 August 1901 Probate London 13 September to Edwin Denys Hake esquire [son] and the reverend Lewis Francis Hake clerk [son] Effects £933 11s. 1d. Resworn December 1901 £1099 0s. 1d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Ref 1911 census. Hampshire, England. Parish of Bournemouth. Registration district of Christchurch. Address: 31 Poole Road Bournemouth.
Together with dau Annie Frances (18), son Ormond George (14), nephew Bernard Dryden Toyne (14), and many boarders and domestic servants:
Edwin Denys Hake. Head. Mar. Age 55. Headmaster of Preparatory School. Born Kent Canterbury.
Marianne Jane Mease Hake. Wife. Mar 19 years. Age 45. Born Northumberland Farrow. Children 3 born 3 alive.

In 1920 Edwin was executor for a distant relative, Eleanor Ann Cosens:
"COSENS Eleanor Anne of Millbrook Lyall-road Bournemouth spinster died 4 July 1920 at The Gables Pine Tree Glen Bournemouth Probate London 1 September to Edwin Denys Hake schoolmaster. Effects £641 11s. 3d." (ref Ancestry National Probate) [Edwin was a distant relative on the next generation.]

In 1927 Edwin was an executor for his Father-In-Law:
"TOYNE the reverend Frederick Elijah of 4 Drury-road Bournemouth clerk died 9 September 1927 Probate London 3 November to George Augustine Dryden Toyne surveyor and Edwin Denys Hake gentleman. Effects £1530 4s. 4d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Marianne died 9 Jun 1938. Marianne's death reg Jun qtr 1938 at Bournemouth Dist aged 72 (ref online death index).
"HAKE Marianne Jane Mease of 7 Herbert-road Bournemouth (wife of Edwin Denys Hake) died 9 June 1938 at Victoria Nursing Home Cambridge-road Bournemouth Probate London 4 July to the said Edwin Denys Hake retired schoolmaster . Effects $7710 18s." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Edwin died 24 May 1943. Edwin's death reg Jun qtr 1943 at Bedford Dist aged 87 (ref online death index).

"DEATHS. HAKE.- On 24 May, Edwin Denys Hake, 24 Park Avenue, Bedford, aged 87." (ref Bedfordshire Times and Independent, Fri 28 May 1943)

"HAKE Edwin Denys of 24 park-avenue Bedford died 24 May 1943 Probate Llandudno 22 September to Annie Frances Perry [daughter] (wife of the reverend Henry Charles Perry) and Ivor Kerrison Preston solicitor. Effects £14543 4s. 8d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)



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    Children:  
  1. Annie Frances HAKE born 1892 at Bournemouth, Hampshire  
  2. Herbert Denys HAKE born 1894 at Bournemouth, Hampshire  
  3. Ormond George HAKE born 1897 at Bournemouth, Hampshire
 
3.   Lewis Francis HAKE
Birth reg Jun qtr 1857 at Blean District (ref FreeBMD).
Bap 3 Jun 1857 at Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, Lewis Francis, son of Robert & Octavia Frances Hake (ref Ancestry England Select Births and Christenings).

Ref 1861 census. Kent, England. Civil parish of Canterbury Christchurch. Address: Green Court, Canterbury.
Together with his parents and 3 brothers:
Lewis F Hake. Son. Age 3. Born Kent, Canterbury.

Ref 1871 census. Kent, England. Civil Parish of Christchurch. Address: Green Court.
Together with his parents and 2 brothers:
Lewis F Hake. Son. Age 13. Scholar. Born Kent, Canterbury.

In 1880 Lewis was appointed as Deacon to Wortley parish:
"On Sunday, the Lord Bishop of Ripon held an Ordination in the chapel within the Episcopal Palace, at Ripon, when the following gentlemen were admitted into holy orders, viz.:-
DEACONS ... Lewis Francis Hake, Cambridge special theological examination, to Wortley...." (ref British Newspaper Archive, York Herald, Fri 24 Dec 1880)

Ref 1881 census. Yorkshire, England. Civil parish of Wortley in Bramley. Address: Westview Ter House, Wortley.
Louis F. Hake. Head. Unm. Age 23. Curate of Wortley De Leeds. Born Kent, Canterbury.

In 1895 Lewis was appointed as Vicar of Wraysbury, Buckinghamshire:
"ECCLESIASTICAL NEWS. Preferments and Appointments. ...Rev. Lewis Francis Hake, Curate of St. Michael's, Bournemouth; Vicar of Wraysbury, Bucks. Patrons, the Dean and Canons of Windsor." (ref British Newspaper Archive, York Herald, Fri 17 May 1895)

Ref 1891 census. Hampshire, England. Parish of Holdenhurst. Address: West Cliff Rd, St Michael's Vicarage, Holdenhurst, Bournemouth.
Together with brother Edwin (35) and cousin Mary (26) and 7 others:
Louis Hake. Brother. S. Age 33. Clerk in Holy Orders. Born Canterbury, Kent.

Ref 1901 census. Buckinghamshire, England. Civil parish of Wyrardisbury. Address: The Vicarage, Wyrardisbury.
Together with brother Ormond (41) and his wife Janet (47) and 2 servants:
Lewis F Hake. Head. S. Age 42. Clergyman Church of England. Born Canterbury, Kent.

In 1901 Lewis was an executor for his father:
"HAKE the reverend Robert of the vicarage Wraysbury Staines Middlesex clerk died 3 August 1901 Probate London 13 September to Edwin Denys Hake esquire [son] and the reverend Lewis Francis Hake clerk [son] Effects £933 11s. 1d. Resworn December 1901 £1099 0s. 1d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Ref 1911 census. Buckinghamshire, England. Parish of Wyrardisbury. Registration district of Eton. Address: The Vicarage Wraysbury Buckinghamshire.
Together with a housekeeper and servant:
Lewis Francis Hake. Head. Single. Age 53. Clerk in Holy Orders C Of E. Born Kent Canterbury.

Marr reg Sep qtr 1943 at B. Stortford Dist to Louise Mary ASCOUGH (ref online marr index). She was known as Mary. Mary's birth reg Dec qtr 1894 at Northwich dist, Cheshire (ref FreeBMD).

Lewis's death reg Sep qtr 1948 at B. Stortford Dist (ref online death index).
"HAKE reverend Lewis Francis of Silver Royd Westfield-road Bishops Stortford Hertfordshire clerk died 23 August 1948 Probate London 9 November to Louisa Mary Hake widow Annie Frances Perry [niece] (wife of reverend Henry Charles Perry) and Stephen Denys Perry solicitor. Effects £5266 12s. 3d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Louise Mary's death reg Jun qtr 1981 at Surrey South Western dist, Surrey, born 5 Sep 1894 (ref Ancestry deaths)





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4.   Ormond Butler HAKE
Birth reg Mar qtr 1860 at Blean district, Kent (ref FreeBMD).
Bap 10 Apr 1860 at the Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent of Ormond Butler, son of Robert and Octavia Frances Hake (ref Ancestry England Select Births and Christenings).
Ref 1861 census. Kent, England. Civil parish of Canterbury Christchurch. Address: Green Court, Canterbury.
Together with his parents and 3 brothers:
Ormond B Hake. Son. Age 1. Born Kent, Canterbury.

Ref 1871 census. Kent, England. Civil Parish of Christchurch. Address: Green Court.
Together with his parents and 2 brothers:
Ormond R Hake [indexed Ermond]. Son. Age 11. Born Kent, Canterbury.

Ref 1881 census. Kent, England. Civil parish of Keston. Address: The Rectory.
Thomas S. Huxley. Head. Mar. Age 58. Rector of Keston Kent. Born Canada.
Together with his wife and other people, and:
Ormond B. Hake. Visitor. Unm. Age 21. Bank Clerk. Bon Kent, Canterbury.

Marr Sep qtr 1890 at Huntingdon dist, Huntingdonshire to Janet Buchanan BEVAN (his record missing from online indexes).
"MARRIAGES. HAKE - BEVAN.- On the 22d inst., [July 1890] at S. Mary's Church, Godmanchester, by the Rev. Canon Slater, assisted by the Rev. C. G. Browne and the Rev. H. Chamberlain, vicar, Ormond Butler Hake, son of the Rev. Robert Hake, to Janet Buchanan, daughter of the late George I. Bevan, Esq., of Farm Hall, Godmanchester." (ref BNA, Morning Post, Thurs 24 July 1890)

"MARRIAGE OF MISS BEVAN AT GODMANCHESTER. At the parish church Godmanchester, at two o'clock on Tuesday afternoon last, the marriage of Miss Janet Buchanan Bevan, fourth daughter of the late Mr. George Innes Bevan, J.P., of Farm Hall, Godmanchester, with Mr. Ormond Butler Hake [has Flake in newspaper] of Bournemouth, was solemnized in the presence of a very numerous congregation, who had assembled not only to witness the sacred and imposing ceremony, but with an evident desire to pay honour, regard, and respect to the members of a family that has been for so many years familiarly associated with the Borough in various ways and so well known in the county. .. The bridegroom was accompanied by his best man, Mr. Sidney Parry....At length the bride arrived, leaning on the arm of her eldest brother, General George Bevan by whom she was given away. ...etc etc" (followed by an extensive list of their presents) (ref BNA, Cambridge Independent Press, Sat 26 July 1890)

Her birth was reg Dec qtr 1853 at Thingoe District, Suffolk, and she was dau of George & Rachael Bevan.

Not found in 1891 census.
Ref 1901 census. Buckinghamshire, England. Civil parish of Wyrardisbury. Address: The Vicarage, Wyrardisbury.
Together with brother Lewis (42) and 2 servants:
Ormond B Jake. Brother. M. Age 41. Living on own means. Born Canterbury, Kent.
Janet B Hake. Sister in Law. M. Age 47. Born Horringer, Suffolk.

Ref 1911 census. Huntingdonshire, England. Parish of Hemingford Grey. Registration district of St Ives. Address: High St Hemingford Grey St Ives.
In the home of Ernest Bevan (63), Banker [a relative of Janet]:
Ormond Hake. Visitor. Married 20 years. Born Kent Canterbury. No children.
AND
Ref 1911 census. Somersetshire, England. Parish of Bath. Registration district of Bath. Address: 21 River Street Bath.
Together with her sisters Louisa H Bevan (70) and Katherine T Bevan (50) and 2 servants:
Janet B Hake. Sister. Married 21 years. Age 56. Born Horringer.

Janet died 29 Jul 1928. Janet's death reg Sep qtr 1928 at Huntingdon Dist aged 74 (ref online death index).
"HAKE Janet Buchanan of 21 Hillside-street Hythe Kent (wife of Ormond Butler Hake) died 29 July 1928 at Godmanchester Huntingdonshire. Probate Peterborough 8 October to David Gurney Hoare banker and John Bradshaw secretary to a public company. Effects £11543 5s." (ref Ancestry Probate records)

Ormond died 18 Feb 1943. Ormond's death reg Mar qtr 1943 at Bedford dist, Bedfordshire aged 83 (ref online death index).
"DEATHS. HAKE. - On 18 February, Ormond Butler Hake, 21 Park Avenue, Bedford, aged 83 years." (ref BNA, Bedfordshire Times and Independent, Fri 26 Feb 1943)

"HAKE Ormond Butler of 21 Hillside-street Hythe Kent died 18 February 1943 at 35 The Embankment Bedford Probate Llandudno 24 June to John Edward Chapple solicitor and the reverend Henry Charles Perry clerk [husband of his niece Annie Frances]. Effects £4183 7s." (ref Ancestry National Probate)
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    Issue of Caroline Hake and Hugh Popham Talbot  
1.   Frances Popham TALBOT
Born 1854 at Sidmouth, Devon (not found in FreeBMD).
Bap 30 Oct 1854 at Sidmouth, Frances Popham, dau of Hugh Popham and Caroline Talbot; denomination Anglican (ref findmypast, Devon Baptisms).

Ref 1861 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of Broad Clyst. Address: Village, Broad Clyst.
Together with her parents and 1 sister:
Frances P Talbot. Daur. Age 6. Born Devon, Sidmouth.

Her father died in 1865.
Ref 1871 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of Topsham. Address: Albert Cottage, Topsham.
Together with her mother and 1 sister:
Frances P Talbot. Dau. Unm. Age 16. Scholar. Born Devon, Sidmouth.

Marr reg Dec qtr 1880 at St Thomas District to William JENKINS (ref FreeBMD). The marriage was 16 Oct 1880 at Shillingford St George, Devon; both were full age; Frances' residence was Dunchideock, her father Hugh Popham Talbot; William's residence was Kindbury, his father William Jenkins (ref findmypast Devon Marriages).
His birth was registered William Alfred JENKINS Sep qtr 1856 at Chepstow District, Gloucestershire.

Ref 1881 census. WALES. Monmouthshire, Wales. Civil Parish of Chepstow St Arvans. Address: Chepstow St Arvans.
Together with the parents of William, and his 5 siblings:
William A Jenkin. Son. Mar. Age 24. Head Gardener. Born Gloucester, Tidenham.
Frances P Jenkin. Daughter in Law. Mar. Age 24. Born Devon, Sidmouth.

In 1887 Frances Popham Jenkins of Aldin Grange, Durham, was the sole Executrix for her mother:
"TALBOT Caroline. Personal Estate £493 6s. 10 May. The Will of Caroline Talbot late of Clara-place Topsham in the County of Devon Widow who died 31 March 1887 at Clara-place was proved at Exeter by Frances Popham Jenkins (Wife of William Alfred Jenkins) of Aldin Grange in the City of Durham the Daughter the sole Executrix." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Ref 1891 census. Durham, England. Parish of Broom. Address: Aldin Grange.
Together with children Frances A (4), Elsie M (2), William (1 mo) and a servant:
William A Jenkins. Head. M. Age 34. Head Gardiner. Born Gloucestershire, Tidenham.
Frances P Jenkins. Wife. M. Age 34. Born Devonshire, Sidmouth.

Ref 1901 census. Durham, England. Civil parish of Stockton On Tees. Address: Ropner Park, Stockton On Tees.
Together with children Frances A (14), Elsie M (12), Percy W (10), Dora L (5):
William A Jenkins. Head. M. Age 44. Park Superintendent. Born Monm, Tidenham.
Frances S Jenkins. Wife. M. Age 44. Born Devon, Sidmouth.

Ref 1911 census. Northumberland, England. Parish of Alnwick. Registration district of Alnwick. Address: 40 Bondgate Alnwick.
In the home of Henry Jenkins (40), Nurserymans Manager Producer:
William Alfred Jenkins. Brother. Married. Age 54. Park Curator. Born Tidenham Glostershire.
AND
Ref 1911 census. Durham, England. Parish of Stockton On Tees. Registration district of Stockton. Address: Hartburn Lane Lodge Ropner Park Stockton on Tees.
Together with children Percy William (20), Frances Alice (24), Dora Lilian (15):
Frances Popham Jenkins. Wife. Mar 31 years. Age 54. Born Devon Sidmouth. Children 4 born 3 alive 1 dead.

Frances' death reg Jun qtr 1929 at Stockton District aged 72 (ref FreeBMD). No probate found.




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    Children:  
  1. Frances Alice JENKINS born 1886 at Broom, Durham  
  2. Elsie May JENKINS born 1888 at Broom, Durham  
  3. Percy William JENKINS born 1891 at Broom, Durham  
  4. Dora Lilian JENKINS born 1895 at Stockton, Durham
 
2.   Lucy Popham TALBOT
Birth reg Sep qtr 1859 at St Thomas Dist, Devon (as Lucy Talbot) (ref FreeBMD).
Bap 2 Aug 1859 at Broadclyst, Devon, Lucy, dau of Hugh Popham & Caroline Talbot; address Village; Chemist; Privately, received into the congregation Dec 24/62 (ref findmypast).

Ref 1861 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of Broad Clyst. Address: Village, Broad Clyst.
Together with her parents and 1 sister:
Lucy Talbot. Daur. Age 12 mo. Born Devon, Broadclist.

Her father died in 1865.
Ref 1871 census. Essex, England. Civil Parish of Wanstead. Registration District of West Ham. Address: Wanstead Infant Orphan Asylum, Snaresbrook, Wanstead, Essex. [despite the fact that their mother was alive]
Together with a very large number of children and her sister Agnes (5):
Lucy Talbot. Age 11. Born Exeter.

Ref 1881 census. Devon, England. Civil parish of Seaton and Beer. Address: Sidmouth St, Seaton and Beer.
In the home of John K Hole (40), Income from Lands:
Lucy Talbot. Governness. Unm. Age 22. Born Devon, Broadclyst.

No further information found, having searched census records, marriages and deaths.





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3.   Rose Popham TALBOT
Birth reg Sep qtr 1862 at St Thomas District, Devon (as Rose Popham Talbot) (ref FreeBMD).
Bap 24 Dec 1862 at Broadclyst, Devon, Rose Popham, dau of Hugh Popham & Caroline Talbot; address Village; Chemist (ref findmypast).

Her father died in 1865.
Ref 1871 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of Topsham. Address: Albert Cottage, Topsham.
Together with her mother and 1 sister:
Rose P Talbot. Dau. Age 8. Scholar. Born Devon, Broadclyst.

Ref 1881 census. Devon, England. Civil parish of Bickleigh. Address: Higher Britthayes, Bickleigh.
In the home of Samuel Tozer (37), Farmer of 209 acres:
Rose Talbot. Governess. Unm. Age 18. Nursery Governess. Born Devon, Broad Clyst.

Ref 1891 census. Sussex, England. Parish of Brighton. Address: 51 Old Steine, Brighton (Boarding House). (near Hake family home)
Rose P Talbot. Visitor. S. Age 26. Governess. Born Devonshire.

Ref 1901 census. Durham, England. Civil parish of Sunderland. Address: 20 Ormonde St, Sunderland.
In the home of Robert A Saggers (42):
Rose P Talbot. Boarder. S. Age 35. Deaconess. Born Devonshire, Exeter.

Ref 1911 census. Durham, England. Parish of Sunderland. Registration district of Sunderland. Address: 2 Argyle Street Sunderland.
In the home of Margaret Stephenson (87), Private Means:
Rose Popham Talbot. Servant. Single. Age 48. Housekeeper Domestic. Born Devonshire Broadclyst.

Rose died 5 Aug 1946. Death reg of Rose P Talbot Sep qtr 1946 at Bristol dist aged 83 (ref FreeBMD).
"TALBOT Rose Popham of Saint Monica Home of Rest Westury-on-Trym Bristol spinster died 5 August 1946 Probate Exeter 7 September to Agnes Talbot [sister] spinster. Effects £305 13s. 9d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)





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4.   Agnes Popham TALBOT
Birth reg Jun qtr 1865 at St Thomas District (as Agnes) (ref FreeBMD). She was born after her father died; his death was reg Mar qtr 1865 and he was buried 2 Apr 1865 at Sidmouth.
Bap of Agnes Talbot 10 May 1865 at Broadclyst, Devon, dau of Hugh Popham & Caroline Talbot; residence Village; Chemist (no mention of the fact that he was already deceased) (ref fmp).

Ref 1871 census. Essex, England. Civil Parish of Wanstead. Registration District of West Ham. Address: Wanstead Infant Orphan Asylum, Snaresbrook, Wanstead, Essex. [despite the fact that their mother was alive]
Together with a very large number of children and her sister Lucy (11):
Agnes Talbot. Age 5. Born not known.

Ref 1881 census. Devon, England. Civil parish of Topsham. Address: 16 Fore St, Topsham.
Together with her mother:
Agnes Talbot. Daur. Unm. Age 15. Telegraph Apprentice. Born Devon, Broad Clyst.

Ref 1891 census. Yorkshire, England. Parish of Lissett. Town of Lissett. Address: North End Street No 1, Lissett.
Agnes Talbot. Head. S. Age 26 (?). School Mistress. Born Broad Clyst, Devonshire.
[indexed as age 80]
Together with 2 lodgers.

Ref 1901 census. Devon, England. Civil parish of Tiverton. Address: Withleigh, Tiverton.
Agnes Talbot. Head. S. Age 35. School Mistress. Born Broad Clyst.

Ref 1911 census. Somerset, England. Parish of Holcombe Rogus. Registration district of Wellington. Address: Town House Holcombe Rogus Wellington.
In the home of Edward Bowerman (45), Carpenter and Wood Carver:
Agnes Talbot. Boarder. Single. Age 45. Elementary School Teacher. Born Devon Broadclyst.

In 1946 she was an executor for her sister Rose:
"TALBOT Rose Popham of Saint Monica Home of Rest Westury-on-Trym Bristol spinster died 5 August 1946 Probate Exeter 7 September to Agnes Talbot [sister] spinster. Effects £305 13s. 9d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Agnes died 9 Sep 1949. Death of Agnes Talbot Sep qtr 1949 at Devon Central dist aged 84 (ref FreeBMD).
"TALBOT Agnes of 142 Exeter-road Exmouth Devonshire spinster died 9 September 1949 Probate Exeter 11 November to Stanley Albert Havill burcher. Effects £457 3s. 10d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)






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    Issue of Edward Hake and Louisa Amy Tinney  
1.   Amy HAKE
Born 8 Jun 1858 at 19 Dix Field, Exeter, Devon, England (ref Family Register of Edward & Louisa).
Bap 29 Jun 1858 (St Peter's Day) at S.Sidwell's, Exeter (ref Family Register but not in fmp).

Ref 1861 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of Exeter St Sidwell. Address: Dix's Field, Southernhay, Exeter.
Together with her parents and 1 sister and an aunt:
Amy Hake. Daur. Age 2. Born Exeter, Devon.

Ref 1871 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of St David. Address: 5 Velwell Villa, St David.
Together with her mother and 3 siblings:
Amy Hake. Dau. Un. Age 12. Born Devon, Exeter.

See the reference to Amy Hake in the inquest for her brother in 1873.

Died 11 Sep 1875 of typhoid fever, bur 15 Sep 1875 in the New Cemetery, Exeter (ref. manuscript Family Register).
Death reg of Amy Hake Sep qtr 1875 at Exeter dist aged 17 (ref FreeBMD).
Burial of Amy Hake 15 Sep 1875 at St David, Exeter (Anglican), aged 17 (ref fmp Devon burials).
"DEATHS. HAKE.--Sept. 11, at 5, Velwell Villas, Exeter, Amy, daughter of Edward and Louisa Amy Hake, aged 17." (ref British Newspapers, Western TImes Tues 14 Sep 1875)



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2.   Margaret Lily HAKE
Born 14 Jun 1860 at 19 Dix Field, Exeter, Devon (ref Family Register of Edward & Louisa).
Bap 7 Jul 1860 at S.Sidwell's, Exeter.
Ref. manuscript Family Register.

Ref 1861 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of Exeter St Sidwell. Address: Dix's Field, Southernhay, Exeter.
Together with her parents and sister and aunt:
Margaret L Hake. Daur. Age 9 mo. Born Exeter, Devon.

Ref 1871 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of Penzance. Address: 12 Market Jew St, Penzance.
Together with her aunt (mother's sister) and uncle and brother:
Margaret L Hake. Niece. Age 10. Scholar. Born Devonshire, Exeter.

Ref 1881 census. Devon, England. Civil parish of Exeter St David. Address: 14 Howell Road, Exeter St David.
Together with her parents, 3 sisters and 2 servants,
Margaret L Hake. Daur. Unm. Age 20. Art Student. Born Devon, Exeter.

Ref 1891 census. Devon, England. Parish of St David. Address: 14 Howell Rd, St David.
Together with her parents and sister:
Margaret Lily Hake. Daur. S. Age 30. Artist & Teacher of Drawing & Painting. Born Devon, Exeter.

Ref 1901 census. Devon, England. Civil parish of Exeter. Address: 14 Howell Road, Exeter.
Together with her mother and sister:
Margaret L Hake. Daur. S. Age 40. Artist Sculp. Born Devon, Exeter.

Ref 1911 census. Worcestershire, England. Parish of Worcester St John Bedwardine. Registration district of Worcester. Address: Malvern Road Worcester.
Together with her mother and sister Ethel:
Margaret Lily Hake. Dau. S. Age 50. Artist. Born Devon Exeter.

Margaret's death reg Jun qtr 1955 at Peterboro District aged 95 (ref FreeBMD).
"HAKE Margaret Lily of 13 Granville-street Peterborough spinster died 15 June 1955 Probate Peterborough 25 July to Ethel Hake [sister] spinster. Effects £2442 0s. 1d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)





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3.   Edward HAKE
Born 4 Nov 1862 at 19 Dix Field, Exeter, Devon (ref Family Register of Edward & Louisa).
Bap 30 Nov 1862 at S.Sidwell's, Exeter, Devon.
Ref. manuscript Family Register.

Ref 1871 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of Penzance. Address: 12 Market Jew St, Penzance.
Together with his aunt (mother's sister) and uncle and brother:
Edward Hake. Nephew. Age 8. Scholar. Born Devonshire, Exeter.
[indexed as 3]

Died young 21 Jul 1873 at Exeter, drowned in Exeter Canal.
Bur 25 Jul 1873 in the New Cemetery Exeter.
"DEATHS. HAKE.- July 21, Edward, eldest son of Edward and Louisa Amy Hake, of 5 Velwell Villas, St David's." (ref British Newspapers, Exeter and Plymouth Gazette, Fri 25 July 1873)

"DEATH BY DROWNING.
An inquest was held at the Double Locks Inn, yesterday afternoon, by Mr. Coroner Crosse, on the body of the son of Mr. Edward Hake, organist, St. Sidwell's, and professor of music. The father of the deceased said that on Monday evening he was walking on the banks of the canal with two of his daughters and the deceased, aged about ten, who was behind, and on casually looking back witness saw him falling into the water. He tried to reach him with his stick, but he was beyond reach, and not being able to swim, witness went to the other side of the canal and got into a boat and went as quckly as possible to where deceased had fallen in, but meanwhile the boy had disappeared, and witness saw no more of him. Could in no way account for the accident, except that the lad might have been watching a water rat. He was invery good spirits only two minutes before. There was a gentleman in a canoe near, and he called to him, but he replied in effect that he was powerless to render assistance. Two young men who had been bathing in the river on the other side, hearing cries, had come up and got into the canal, but they could not dive, and therefore could render no material help, although he was thankful for what they did. A juryman said he thought the person in charge of the canoe was blameworthy, because persons who go in canoes are generally expert swimmers. The Coroner said he could not see how the person in question could be blamed. The deceased's own father did not venture to go into the water to save him, how, therefore, could a stranger be expected to do so? Whether the young man could or could not save the boy must be left to his own conscience - they had no evidence that he could swim. If he (the coroner) knew that he was an expert swimmer, then, perhaps, he would be blameworthy. - Amy Hake, sister of the deceased, gave corroborative evidence. - Charles Rowe, labourer, of Alphington, and others searched for the body the same night, and resumed the search the next morning,when the deceased was recovered and taken to the inn at the Double Locks. This being all the evidence, the jury immediately returned a verdict of 'Accidental Death'." (ref British Newspapers, Western Times, Thurs 24 July 1873)




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4.   Mary Agnes HAKE
Born 27 Mar 1865 at 19 Dix Field, Exeter, Devon (ref Family Register of Edward & Louisa).
Bap 22 Apr 1865 at S.Sidwell's, Exeter, Devon.
Ref. manuscript Family Register.

Ref 1871 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of St David. Address: 5 Velwell Villa, St David.
Together with her mother and 3 siblings:
Mary A Hake. Dau. Age 6. Born Devon, Exeter.

Ref 1881 census. Devon, England. Civil parish of Exeter St David. Address: 14 Howell Road, Exeter St David.
Together with her parents, 3 sisters and 2 servants,
Mary A Hake. Daur. Unm. Age 16. Scholar. Born Devon, Exeter.

Entered C of E Sisterhood.

Ref 1891 census. Hampshire, England. Parish of Holdenhurst. Ecclesiastical parish of St Michael. Address: West Cliff Rd, St Michael's Vicarage, Holdenhurst, Bournemouth.
Together with her cousins Edwin & Louis:
Mary Hake. Sister. S. Age 26. Born Exeter, Devon.

Mary died 14 Nov 1900 aged 35, bur 19 Nov 1900 in St. David's Churchyard, Exeter.
"HAKE Mary Agnes of 14 Howell-road Exeter spinster died 14 November 1900 Administration Exeter 25 February to Frederic Arthur Hake [brother] bank-manager Effects £131 7s. 10d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)





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5.   Frederic Arthur HAKE
Birth reg Mar qtr 1867 at Exeter dist (ref FreeBMD).
Born 4 Feb 1867 at 19 Dix Field, Exeter, Devon (ref Family Register of Edward & Louisa).
Bap 2 Mar 1867 (as Frederic) at S.Sidwell's, Exeter, Devon.
Ref. manuscript Family Register.

Ref 1871 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of St David. Address: 5 Velwell Villa, St David.
Together with his mother and 3 siblings:
Fredk A Hake. Son. Age 4. Born Devon, Exeter.

Ref 1881 census. Sussex, England. Civil parish of Hurstpierpoint. Address: St Johns College, Hurstpierpoint.
Together with a very large school population:
Frederick A Hake. Boarder. Unm. Age 14. Born Exeter, Devon.
Not found in 1891 census.

Marr reg Sep qtr 1896 at Newton A. District of Frederick Arthur Hake to Elizabeth BALL. She was born c1869 at Torquay, Devonshire.

In 1900 Frederic was executor for his sister Mary:
"HAKE Mary Agnes of 14 Howell-road Exeter spinster died 14 November 1900 Administration Exeter 25 February to Frederic Arthur Hake [brother] bank-manager Effects £131 7s. 10d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Ref 1901 census. Somerset, England. Civil parish of Glastonbury. Address: 3 High St, Glastonbury.
Together with dau Mary E (3) and 3 servants (nurse, cook, housemaid):
Frederic A Hake. Head. M. Age 34. Bank Manager. Born Devonshire, Exeter.
Elizabeth Hake. Wife. M. Age 32. Born Devonshire, Torquay.

Ref 1911 census. Wiltshire, England. Parish of Chippenham Within. Registration district of Chippenham. Address: High St Chippenham.
Together with daus Mary Elizabeth (13), Freda Evelyn (6) and 3 servants:
Frederic Arthur Hake. Head. Mar. Age 44. Bank Manager. Born Devon Exeter.
Elizabeth Hake. Wife. Mar 14 years. Age 42. Born Devon Torquay. Children 2 born 2 alive.

Frederic died 26 Sep 1939. Frederic's death reg Sep qtr 1939 at Newton A. District aged 72 (ref online index).
"HAKE Frederic Arthur of Furzecot St. Marychurch-road Torquay died 26 September 1939 at Limefield Nursing Home Torquay Probate London 31 October to Percy Clarke Hull [husband of dau Mary] doctor of music. Effects £1192 0s. 6d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Elizabeth's death not certain.






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    Children:  
  1. Mary Elizabeth HAKE born 1897 at Glastonbury, Somerset  
  2. Freda Evelyn HAKE born 1905 at Glastonbury, Somerset  
  3. Mildred Thelma HAKE born 1911 at Chippenham dist, Wiltshire
 
6.   Alice Mabel HAKE
Born 17 Feb 1869 at 19 Dix Field, Exeter, Devon (ref Family Register of Edward & Louisa).
Bap 29 Mar 1869 at S.Sidwell's, Exeter.
Ref. manuscript Family Register.

Ref 1871 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of St David. Address: 5 Velwell Villa, St David.
Together with her mother and 3 siblings:
Alice M Hake. Dau. Age 2. Born Devon, Exeter.

Ref 1881 census. Devon, England. Civil parish of Exeter St David. Address: 14 Howell Road, Exeter St David.
Together with her parents, 3 sisters and 2 servants,
Alice M Hake. Daur. Age 12. Scholar. Born Devon, Exeter.

Ref 1891 census. London, England. Civil Parish of St Pancras. Address: 4 & 5 Brunswick Sq, St Pancras.
Together with a large household:
Alice M Hake. Boarder. S. Age 22. Student, Art. Born Devon, Exeter.

Ref 1901 census. Worcestershire, England. Civil parish of Malvern Link. Address: Raneleight Road, Convent of the Holy Name, Malvern Link:
Together with many others:
Alice M Hake. Novice. S. Age 32. Novice of the Community (Nun). Born Exeter.

Ref 1911 census. Worcester, England. Parish of Malvern Link. Registration district of Upton on Severn. Address: House of the Good Shepherd Ranelagh Road Malvern Link.
Together with many others:
Alice Mabel Hake. A Religious Community of Sisters [Roman Catholic]. Single. Age 42. Sister of Mercy. Born St Sidwell Exeter.

Alice's death reg Sep qtr 1940 at Upton Dist (ref online index). She was known as Sister Amabel.



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7.   Ethel HAKE
Born 22 Mar 1872 at 5 Velwell Villas, Exeter, Devon (ref Family Register of Edward & Louisa).
"HAKE.- March 22, at 5, Velwell Villas, Exeter, the wife of Mr. Edward Hake, of a daughter." (Brit Newspaper Archive, Western Times Mon 25 Mar 1872)
Bap 18 Apr 1872 at S.Sidwell's, Exeter, Devon.
Ref. manuscript Family Register.

Ref 1881 census. Devon, England. Civil parish of Exeter St David. Address: 14 Howell Road, Exeter St David.
Together with her parents, 3 sisters and 2 servants:
Ethel Hake. Daur. Age 9. Scholar. Born Devon, Exeter.

Ref 1891 census. Devon, England. Parish of St David. Address: 14 Howell Rd, St David.
Together with her parents and sister:
Ethel Hake. Daur. S. Age 19. Born Devon, Exeter.

Ref 1901 census. Devon, England. Civil parish of Exeter. Address: 14 Howell Road, Exeter.
Together with her mother and sister:
Ethel Hake. Daur. S. Age 29. Born Devon, Exeter.

Ref 1911 census. Worcestershire, England. Parish of Worcester St John Bedwardine. Registration district of Worcester. Address: Malvern Road Worcester.
Together with her mother and sister Margaret Lily:
Ethel Hake. Dau. S. Age 39. Born Devon Exeter.

In 1955 Ethel was executor for her sister Margaret:
"HAKE Margaret Lily of 13 Granville-street Peterborough spinster died 15 June 1955 Probate Peterborough 25 July to Ethel Hake [sister] spinster. Effects £2442 0s. 1d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)
Ethel died 30 Dec 1965. Ethel's death reg Dec qtr 1965 at Hitchin Dist Age 93 (ref online index).
"HAKE Ethel of 197 Cambridge Road Hitchin Hertfordshire died 30 December 1965 Probate Peterborough 18 March to Lloyds Bank Limited. £3600." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Issue 1 child.





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    Issue of Sidney Hake and Charlotte Helen Hemsley  
1.   Helen Hemsley HAKE
Born 6 Mar 1864 in Adelaide, South Australia.

From 1864 records of the Register, an early Adelaide newspaper, of South Australia (pub 8 Mar 1865), compiled by Reg Butler and Alan Phillips:
"HAKE - on 6th March 1864, at 96 Rundle Street, Adelaide, Mrs. Sidney Hake, of a daughter."

Marr 1885 in Victoria (Vic reg 6608) to Robert Hodgson COLE, son of Nicholas COLE and Martha HODGSON, born 1858 at Darlington/Cloven Hill (Vic reg 12828).

Helen died 5 Aug 1937 at Malvern, Victoria (Vic reg 7087).
Robert died 1939 at Geelong, Victoria (Vic reg 18727).


    Children:  
  1. Gwenllian Helen COLE born 1886 at Caulfield, Victoria  
  2. Clive Robert Trevor COLE born 1889 in Victoria  
  3. Eldon Torel Trevor COLE born 1893 at Malvern, Victoria  
  4. Adrian Lindley Trevor COLE born 1895 at Glen Iris, Victoria
 
2.   Gertrude Marsh HAKE
Born 20 Feb 1865 at Goolwa, South Australia.

From 1865 records of the Register, an early Adelaide newspaper, of South Australia (pub 23 Feb 1865) (ref Trove):
"HAKE - on the 20th February at Goolwa, Mrs. Sidney Hake, of a daughter."

Marr 11 Jun 1890 in Victoria (Vic reg 2247) to Alfred William CUMMINS, son of Alfred Clarke CUMMINS and Jane BOOKER, born May 1863 at East St Kilda, Victoria (Vic reg 11048).
Gertrude died 21 Jul 1940 at Camberwell, Victoria (Vic reg 6738).
Alfred died 15 Feb 1953 at Hawthorn, Victoria (Vic reg 1699).
    Children:  
  1. Kathleen Dora CUMMINS born 1893 at Caulfield, Victoria  
  2. Alfred Kenneth CUMMINS born 1896 at Caulfield, Victoria  
  3. Elsa Gertrude CUMMINS born 1903 at Caulfield, Victoria
 
3.   Mabel Edwards HAKE
Born 24 Mar 1866 in South Australia.

Marr 1895 in Victoria (Vic reg 238A) to Walter Hovendon BOAKE, son of Bancroft BOAKE and Agnes MARSH, born c1860 in Ceylon.
Mabel died 1925 at Ballarat, Victoria (Vic reg 3859).
Walter died 1934 at Eltham, Victoria (Vic reg 16238).
Issue 1 child, died young.

4.   Robert Sidney HAKE
Born 23 Dec 1868 at Goolwa, South Australia.

Marr 9 Aug 1892 in St Mary's C of E, Caulfield, Victoria (Vic reg 4066) to Agnes ROWE, dau of John ROWE and Elizabeth TIMEWELL, born 7 May 1864 at Lyne Station, Caramut, Victoria (Vic reg 13748). (John and Elizabeth marr 16 Sep 1863 at Caramut, Victoria. Agnes's aunt married Harold PENNINGTON and Agnes appears to have taken on this name, as mentioned in some certificates.)
Moved to Isis Downs station around 1900 as resident station bookkeeper.

Agnes died 18 Sep 1915 at Isisford, Queensland, bur 19 Sep 1915 at Isis Downs Station, Isisford, Qld.
Robert died 27 Oct 1924 at Toowoomba, Queensland, bur Toowoomba Cem.
 
    Children:  
  1. Dorothy Pennington HAKE born 1893 at Geelong, Victoria  
  2. Marjorie HAKE born 1900 at Sydney, New South Wales
 
5.   Rose Hemsley HAKE
Born 17 Oct 1873 at Melbourne North, Victoria (Vic reg 25481).
Marr 1902 to Ernest Radcliffe McQUIE. Birth reg of Ernest Radcliffe McQuie 1863 at Ballarat East, Victoria, son of James Blackmore McQuie & Eleanor Hebden Brodribb (ref Ancestry, Vic reg 5807 and records of his siblings).

Ernest, died 13 Dec 1951 at Toorak, Victoria (Vic reg 14722).
Rose died 4 Jan 1961 at Camberwell, Victoria (Vic reg 413).
    Children:  
  1. Enid Rose McQUIE born 1902 at Fitzroy, Victoria  
  2. John Radcliffe McQUIE born 1905 at Fitzroy, Victoria  
  3. Helen Eva Jocelyn McQUIE born 1907 at Fitzroy, Victoria
 
6.   Dora Beatrice HAKE
Occupation: Artist.
Born 2 Sep 1875 at South Melbourne, Victoria (Vic reg 24307).
Marr 29 Mar 1910 in Victoria to Percival SERLE, born 18 Jul 1871 at Elsternwick, died 16 Dec 1951, bur Burwood Cem. See
SERLE tree.

".........
Dora was born in South Melbourne on 2 September 1875. She studied at the National Gallery schools and with Phillips Fox, Jane Sutherland, Walter Withers, and Stanhope Forbes at Newlyn, Cornwall, England. In Paris in 1902 she revelled in the Impressionists, 'decided that was how I wanted to paint', and went on to grapple throughout her life with the interplay of colour and light. For several years before marriage she conducted an art school at Geelong. She was, for some seventy years, a member of the Victorian Artists' Society and from 1939 of the Independent Group of Artists; she was president of the Melbourne Society of Women Painters in 1933-34, represented them on the National Council of Women (Victoria), and was a member of the Lyceum Club. Her work is represented in the National Gallery of Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria and provincial galleries. She died at Hawthorn on 10 September 1968."
http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A110752b.htm

See 'Encyclopaedia of Australian Art' and other publications including the catalogue of her work 'Dora Serle 1875-1968'.
They lived at 'Asolo', 70 Church St, Hawthorn, Victoria, since demolished.
Dora died 10 Sep 1968 at Hawthorn, Victoria (Vic reg 22580), bur Burwood Cem.
Issue 3 children from 1911.
FROM WHOM ELIZABETH SHADE (nee GRIERSON) IS DESCENDED.


SEE SERLE TREE
7.   Elsie Frederica HAKE
Born 28 Aug 1876 at Emerald or Emerald Hill, Victoria (Vic reg 22872).
Occ Watercolour Artist; see 'Encyclopaedia of Australian Art'.
Elsie was a founder of the Castlemaine Art Gallery.

Marr 1901 in Victoria (Marr reg 6488) to Arthur BARLOW. Birth reg of Arthur Barlow 1855 at Collingwood Victoria, son of Wm Henry Barlow & Caroline Wrigley (Ancestry, Vic reg 147).

In 1909 Electoral Roll:
Arthur Barlow, Victoria par., Maryborough, police magistrate, M
Elsie Frederica Barlow, Victoria par., Maryborough, home duties, F

In 1914 they were at Castlemaine.

Death reg 1917 of Arthur Barlow at Cheltenham, Victoria, son of Wm Hy Barlow & Carol Wrigley, age 62 (Ancestry Vic reg 4319).

In 1919 Electoral Roll, Elsie Frederica Barlow, St. Ives, Milan st., Mentone, home duties.

Elsie died 14 Nov 1948 at Mentone, Victoria (Vic reg 12969).
    Children:  
  1. Basil Sidney BARLOW born 1904 at Elsternwick, Victoria  
  2. Nancy Margaret BARLOW born 1906 at Elsternwick, Victoria  
  3. Beatrice May BARLOW born 1907 at Ballarat East, Victoria
 
8.   Ruby de Lancey HAKE
Born 1879 at St Kilda, Victoria (Vic reg 19655).
Died aged 1 mth 7 days in 1879, Victoria (Vic reg 9270).

Ruby was probably named after Charlotte's brother Charles' wife Lucy, who was a daughter of William de Lancey Bayliss, Esq, of Sydney. I have not found why he had this as a middle name.
 
    Issue of William Truman Hake and Frederica King  
1.   Emma Maria HAKE
Birth reg Dec qtr 1845 at Bideford Dist (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1851 census. Devon, England. Civil parish of Northam. Address: Orchard Hill House, Northam.
Together with her parents and 2 siblings:
Emma Maria Hake. Daur. Age 5. Scholar. Born Devon, Northam.

Ref 1861 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of Northam. Town of Northam. Address: Rockland House or Tuscalum, Northam.
Together with her parents, 4 siblings and many other relatives:
Emma Maria Hake. Daur. Un. Age 15. Born Devon, Northam.

Said to have died 1863 - there is a death reg in Jun 1862 of Maria Hake at Taunton Dist (ref FreeBMD) which may be her.



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2.   Caroline Truman HAKE
Birth reg Mar qtr 1847 at Bideford Dist (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1851 census. Devon, England. Civil parish of Northam. Address: Orchard Hill House, Northam.
Together with her parents and 2 siblings:
Caroline T Hake. Daur. Age 4. At home. Born Devon, Northam.

Ref 1861 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of Northam. Town of Northam. Address: Rockland House or Tuscalum, Northam.
Together with her parents, 4 siblings and many other relatives:
Caroline T Hake. Daur. Un. Age 14. Born Devon, Northam.

No further census records found. Caroline went to Switzerland probably with other family members.
Caroline died 26 Dec 1930 in Switzerland (ref Probate).

"HAKE Caroline Truman of Schloss Hunigen near Berne Switzerland spinster died 26 December 1930. Probate London 27 January [1931] to William Arthur Jenks merchant. Effects £250 12s." (ref Ancestry Probate records)



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3.   Frederica Charlotte HAKE
Birth reg Dec qtr 1848 at Bideford Dist (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1851 census. Devon, England. Civil parish of Northam. Address: Orchard Hill House, Northam.
Together with her parents and 2 siblings:
Frederic C Hake. Daur. Age 2. Born Devon, Northam.

Ref 1861 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of Northam. Town of Northam. Address: Rockland House or Tuscalum, Northam.
Together with her parents, 4 siblings and many other relatives:
Frederica C Hake. Daur. Un. Age 12. Born Devon, Northam.

There is a possible death reg of Charlotte Hake Dec qtr 1864 at Exeter dist (ref FreeBMD). No further information found.
Another record said she may have died 1869 (ref unknown).



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4.   William Henry HAKE
Birth reg Sep qtr 1852 at Bideford Dist (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1861 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of Northam. Town of Northam. Address: Rockland House or Tuscalum, Northam.
Together with his parents, 4 siblings and many other relatives:
William Henry Hake. Son. Un. Age 8. Born Devon, Northam.

Said to have died 1873 but no record found in FreeBMD. No further information found.
The parents are not found in the 1871 census and may have gone to Switzerland.



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5.   Frederick Augustus HAKE
Birth reg Mar qtr 1855 at Bideford Dist (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1861 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of Northam. Town of Northam. Address: Rockland House or Tuscalum, Northam.
Together with his parents, 4 siblings and many other relatives:
Frederick Agustus Hake. Son. Un. Age 6. Born Devon, Northam.

No further information found.
The parents are not found in the 1871 census and may have gone to Switzerland.



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    Issue of George Hake and Isabella Marriott  
1.   George Alfred HAKE
Birth reg Dec qtr 1860 at Bideford Dist (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1861 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of Northam. Town of Northam. Address: Hock House, Northam.
Together with his parents and aunt:
George Alfred Hake. Son. Un. Age 6 mo. Born Devon, Northam.

Ref 1871 census. Devon, England. Civil Parish of Northam. Address: Rock House, Northam.
Together with his parents and cousin:
George Hake. Son. Age 10. Scholar. Born Bideford, Devon.

Ref 1881 census. Suffolk, England Civil parish of Ipswich St Peter. Address: 13 Commercial Rd, Ipswich St Peter.
In the home of Harriett Wells (72), Annuitant:
George A Hake. Boarder. Unm. Age 20. Engineer Civil (Student). Born Devon, Northam.

Marr 1889 to Kate Elizabeth TICKNOR. She was born c1863 at Ipswich, Suffolk (ref 1901 census).

Ref 1891 census. Northumberland, England. Parish of Heaton. Ecclesiastical Parish of St Michael. Town of Newcastle. Address: 29 Rothbury Terrace, Heaton.
Together with dau Kate Isabella (1) and a servant:
George Alfred Hake. Head. M. Age 30. Ship & Engineer Surveyor. Born Devonshire, Northam Parish.
Kate Elizth Hake. Wife. M. Age 28. Born Suffolk, Ipswich.

Ref 1901 census. Northumberland, England. Civil parish of Heaton. Address: 29 Rothbury Ter, Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Together with children George R (8), Cyril M (6) and a servant:
George A Hake. Head. M. Age 40. Lloyd's Surveyor. Born Devon, Northam.
Kate E Hake. Wife. M. Age 38. Born Suffolk, Ipswich.

Not found in 1911 census.

Kate's death reg Dec qtr 1925 at Erpingham Dist, Norfolk aged 63 (ref FreeBMD).

George died 14 Jan 1941. George's death reg Mar qtr 1941 at N.Walsham District aged 80 (ref online death index).
"HAKE George Alfred of Chancellor Cottage Holway-road Sheringham Norfolk died 14 January 1941 Probate Norwich 5 April to Kate Isabella Towers [dau] (wife of Arthur Henry Towers). Effects $1274 18s. 5d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)



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    Children:  
  1. Kate Isabella HAKE born 1890 at Newcastle, Northumberland  
  2. George Reginald HAKE born 1892 at Newcastle, Northumberland  
  3. Cyril Marriott HAKE born 1894 at Newcastle, Northumberland
 
    Issue of William Champon Cosens and Ellen Arnold  
1.   Margaret A. COSENS
Born c1858 at Savannah Georgia USA (ref census).

Ref 1860 United States Federal Census.
Richard D Arnold. Age 51. Physician. Born Savannah Georgia USA.
William C Cosens. Age 26. Bank Officer. Born London England.
Ellen N Cosens. Age 26. Born Savannah Georgia USA.
Margaret A Cosens. Age 2. Born Savannah Georgia USA.
Richard A Cosens. Age 1. Born Savannah Georgia.

Ref 1870 United States Census. Address: Georgia, United States.
Richard D Arnold. Age 62. Dr (M.D.). Born Georgia
Wm C Cosens. Age 36. Fire Ins. Agt. Born England.
Ellen Cosens. Age 36. Born Georgia.
Margaret Cosens. Age 12. Born Georgia.
Richard A Cosens. Age 10. Born Georgia.
Georgia Cosens. Age 3. Born Georgia.
 
2.   Richard A. COSENS
Born c1859 at Savannah Georgia USA (ref census).

Ref 1860 United States Federal Census.
Richard D Arnold. Age 51. Physician. Born Savannah Georgia USA.
William C Cosens. Age 26. Bank Officer. Born London England.
Ellen N Cosens. Age 26. Born Savannah Georgia USA.
Margaret A Cosens. Age 2. Born Savannah Georgia USA.
Richard A Cosens. Age 1. Born Savannah Georgia.

Ref 1870 United States Census. Address: Georgia, United States.
Richard D Arnold. Age 62. Dr (M.D.). Born Georgia
Wm C Cosens. Age 36. Fire Ins. Agt. Born England.
Ellen Cosens. Age 36. Born Georgia.
Margaret Cosens. Age 12. Born Georgia.
Richard A Cosens. Age 10. Born Georgia.
Georgia Cosens. Age 3. Born Georgia.

Listed in 1888 in Savannah Georgia Directory as clerk (ref Ancestry).
Listed in 1891 in Jacksonville Florida Directory as clerk (ref Ancestry).
 
3.   Charles Sidney COSENS
Born 5 Dec 1863 in Georgia USA, died 21 June 1864 in Georgia. Buried at Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia (ref findagrave).
4.   Georgia COSENS
Born c1868 in Georgia USA (ref census). May be in error for George Augustus Cosens who was buried at the same cemetery as William and Ellen.

Ref 1870 United States Census. Address: Georgia, United States.
Richard D Arnold. Age 62. Dr (M.D.). Born Georgia
Wm C Cosens. Age 36. Fire Ins. Agt. Born England.
Ellen Cosens. Age 36. Born Georgia.
Margaret Cosens. Age 12. Born Georgia.
Richard A Cosens. Age 10. Born Georgia.
Georgia Cosens. Age 3. Born Georgia.

No further information found.
 


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