George of Ipswich

Information on George Baxter and Martha Rands and their descendants.

George Baxter (1779 – 1834)

There are no baptism records for a George born in Ipswich in the 1770s, therefore its likely George moved to the town for work. George was possibly the son of William Baxter and Beatrix Todd baptised the 5th November, 1779, Bury St Edmunds.

Marriage

George married Martha Rands (1779 – 1861) the daughter of Emanuel Rands and Willeman (Willemina) Mary Brook (the widow of Daniel Taylor) on the 16th July, 1805, Ipswich St Margaret.

Children

George and Martha had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
1806 25 Apr 1806 George Son of George and Martha Ipswich St Clements
1807 01 Aug 1807 William Son of George and Martha Ipswich St Clements
08 Sep 1808 29 Mar 1818 James Son of George and Martha Ipswich St Clements
1812 06 Aug 1812 Joseph Son of George and Martha Ipswich St Clements
1813 13 Apr 1813 Emanuel Son of George and Martha Ipswich St Clements
1813 15 Apr 1814 Sarah Daughter of George and Martha Ipswich St Clements
1815 08 Oct 1815 Sarah Daughter of George and Martha Ipswich St Clements
1818 05 Aug 1818 Charles Son of George and Martha Ipswich St Clements
1825 02 Oct 1825 Sarah Daughter of George and Martha Ipswich St Clements

Census

1841

Dwelling – Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clements
Name Age Occupation Born in County
Martha Baxter 60 Green Grocer Y
Charles Baxter 20 Labourer Y
Joseph Baxter 25 Brazier Y
Sarah Baxter 25 Paper Factory Y
Sarah Baxter 4   Y
Eliz Baxter 1   Y

1851

Dwelling – 25 Rope Walk, Ipswich St Clements
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Martha Baxter Head Wid 72 Fruiter Ipswich
Emanuel Baxter Son M 33 Master Painter Ipswich
Henry Baxter Grandson   11 Scholar Ipswich
Emma Baxter Granddaughter   8 Scholar Ipswich
Martha Baxter Granddaughter   6 Scholar Ipswich
Emanuel C Baxter Grandson   11 Scholar Ipswich
John R Baxter Grandson   3   Ipswich
Maria E Baxter Granddaughter   0   Ipswich
Emma Baxter Daughter-In-Law Wid 42 Shoe Binder Ipswich
Maria Baxter Daughter-In-Law M 34 Dressmaker Ipswich

1861

Dwelling – 35 Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clements
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Martha Baxter Head Wid 82   Ipswich
Martha Baxter Granddaughter Unmar 18 Servant Ipswich

Directories

Directory Name Year Place Private / Commercial Name and Service
Robson’s Commercial Directory 1839 Ipswich Commercial Baxter Martha, Greengrocer, Rope Walk

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Ipswich Journal 03 Sep 1859 Accident – on Wednesday evening as Mr Joseph Baxter, Rope-walk was returning, into two with a horse and cart, when near Stoke Green Chapel the shaft of another vehicle coming in the opposite direction, ran into the side of Mr’s Baxter’s horse, killing it instantly – on the same evening as the son Mr E Baxter, plumber of this town was driving from Somersham accompanied by his mother and another female, they came in contact was a cart which upset Mr Baxter’s vehicle and we are sorry to hear that Mrs Baxter was injured.
The Ipswich Journal 27 Jul 1861 Baxter – 23rd inst., aged 84, Martha, relict of Mr George Baxter, Rope Walk, St Clements Ipswich, where she had lived 60 years without once sleeping out of the house.
The Ipswich Journal 08 Jun 1867
15 Jun 1867
Freehold Cottages &C at Ipswich
To be sold at Auction By Berry & Randall
On Thursday, June 20, 1867 at the Coach and Horse Inn, Brook Street, Ipswich, at Six for Seven o’clock in the evening.
The following properties of the late Mrs Baxter and Mr Emanuel Baxter deceased:-
Lot 1 – Two substantial brick built dwelling Houses, recessed from the road and enclosed with neat iron palisading, situate and being Nos 43 and 45 in the Rope Walk, St Clement’s Ipswich. In the occupation of Orsborn and Tydemans and rents amounting to £18 4s per annum.
Lot 2 – Two brick build cottages at the, rear of Lot 1, with small garden in front, in the occupation of Buck and Baxter, at rents amounting to £11 5s 4d.
Lot 3 – A substantial Brick-built dwelling House, with a large garden in the rear, situated and being No 35 in the Rope Walk, St Clement’s Ipswich, occupied by Mr Lock, at the rent of £9 2s per annum.
For particulars apply to Messrs Jackman and Sons Solicitors and the Auctioneer, Ipswich.

Will Information

1862 – Effects under £20
Baxter Martha – 3 January. The will of Martha Baxter late of Ipswich in the County of Suffolk widow deceased who died 23 July 1861 at Ipswich aforesaid was proved at Ipswich by the oath of George Baxter of Ipswich aforesaid Serjeant at-Mace the son and the surviving Executor.

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
03 Dec 1834 George Barker* Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Walk aged 56

* No record of a George Baxter being buried in Ipswich or Suffolk suggesting a clerical or transcription error. The above George would have lived on the same road and would have been of a similar age.

Ipswich Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
29 Jul 1861 Martha Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane aged 83, died 23 Jul

What happened to the children of George Baxter and Martha Rands of Ipswich?

George Baxter (1806 – 1875)

Marriage

George married Eliza Offord (1810 – 1878) the daughter of Sarah Offord, 24th August, 1830, Ipswich St Clement.

Children

George and Eliza had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
1831 08 Aug 1831 Eliza Austin George and Eliza, Shoemaker, Church Lane Ipswich St Clements
1832 14 Sep 1832 George Benjamin George and Eliza, Shoemaker, Church Lane Ipswich St Clements
01 Aug 1834 15 Aug 1834 David Henry George and Eliza, Late Offord, Key Street Ipswich St Mary Quay
16 Jan 1836 19 Feb 1836 Charles Samuel George and Eliza, Late Offord, Key Street Ipswich St Mary Quay
1838 04 Feb 1838 Eliza Esther George and Eliza, Cordwainer, Princes Street Ipswich St Clements
1840 07 Jun 1840 Arthur Charles George and Eliza, Shoemaker, Princes Street Ipswich St Clements
1842 29 May 1842 Lucy George and Eliza, Shoemaker, Rope Walk Ipswich St Clements
1844 23 Feb 1845 Eliza George and Eliza, Shoemaker, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clements
1846 06 Aug 1846 Alfred Thomas George and Eliza, Shoemaker, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clements
1848 29 Apr 1849 William Walter George and Eliza, Shoemaker, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clements
1850 26 Jan 1851 Eliza George and Eliza, Shoemaker, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clements

Apprenticeship Indenture

George Baxter, son of George Baxter of Ipswich, cordwainer, bound to Edmund Bowman of Ipswich, cordwainer – 20thJanuary, 1820

Freeman of Ipswich

George Baxter – 1827 -Servitude – Edmund Bownman – Cordwainer – Ipswich

Census

1841

Dwelling – Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clements
Name Age Occupation Born in County
George Baxter 35 Shoemaker Y
Eliza Baxter 32   Y
George Baxter 8   Y
David Baxter 6   Y
Arthur Baxter 1   Y

1851

Dwelling – 42 Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clements
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
George Baxter Head M 44   Ipswich
Eliza Baxter Wife M 41   Ipswich
David H Baxter Son Unmar 16 Printer Ipswich
Arthur C Baxter Son   11 Scholar Ipswich
Lucy Baxter Daughter   8 Scholar Ipswich
Alfred T Baxter Son   4 Scholar Ipswich
Eliza Baxter Daughter   4mths   Ipswich

1861

Dwelling – 57 Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clements
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
George Baxter Head M 57 Shoemaker Ipswich
Eliza Baxter Wife M 51   Ipswich
Lucy Baxter Daughter Unmar 18 Dressmaker Ipswich
Eliza Baxter Daughter   10 Scholar Ipswich
Arthur C Baxter Son Unmar 25 Cabinet Maker Ipswich
Alfred Baxter Son   14 Scholar Ipswich

1871

Dwelling – 57 Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clements
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
George Baxter Head M 64 Shoemaker Ipswich
Eliza Baxter Wife M 61   Ipswich
Arthur C Baxter Son Unmar 30 Pattern Maker Ipswich
Alfred T Baxter Son Unmar 24 Merchant Clerk Ipswich
Eliza Baxter Daughter Unmar 20 Assistant Shoemaker Ipswich

Directories

Directory Name Year Place Private / Commercial Name and Service
Whites History, Gazeteer & Directory of Suffolk 1855 Ipswich Commercial Baxter Geo, Serjt-at-Mace, Rope Lane

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Suffolk Chronicle 13 Apr 1833 NOTICE is hereby given, that the Co-partnership lately subsisting between us, the undersigned ANN BOWMAN and GEORGE BAXTER, the younger, at Ipswich, as Boot and Shoemakers, has been This Day DISSOLVED, by mutual consent; and that all the debts due to us have been assigned to Messieurs Bond and Shuttleworth, of Ipswich, leather cutters, to whom the same are requested to immediately paid; or to Mr. Thomas Berryman, who is authorised by them, and by us, to collect and receive the same. Dated this 10th day of Apirl, 1833.
ANN BOWMAN.
GEORGE BAXTER, Jun.
The Suffolk Chronicle 13 Apr 1833 ANN BOWMAN & GEO. BAXTER
RETURN their sincere thanks to their friends, and the public in general, for the support and encouragement they have experienced since the commencement of their business
The Suffolk Chronicle 13 Apr 1833 GEORGE BAXTER,
HAVING now taken the business on his own sole account, humbly solicits a continuance of their favours, assuring the friends of the late Firm, and the public in general, that will, by strict attention to their commands, reasonable prices, and undeviating punctuality, endeavour to deserve a continuance of their patronage and support. Ipswich, April 13, 1833.
The Ipswich Journal 30 Mar1875 Baxter – 26th inst., in his 69th year, Mr George Baxter, Rope Walk, St Clements Ipswich.
The Ipswich Journal 30 Apr 1878 Baxter – 22nd inst., Eliza, relict of George Baxter late of St Clements Ipswich, aged 67 years.

Will Information

1876 – Effects Under £20
Baxter George – 1 March. Administration of the effects of George Baxter late of Ipswich in the County of Suffolk shoemaker who died 26 March 1875 at Ipswich was granted at Ipswich to Eliza Baxter of Ipswich Widow the Relict.

Death

Ipswich Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
31 Mar 1875 George Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement*, Rope Walk aged 69, died 26 Mar
27 Apr 1878 Eliza Baxter Of Ipswich St Helen, St Helen Street aged 67, Widow, died 22 Apr

* Ipswich St Clement Record’s state George was from the Asylum.

William Baxter (1807 – 1848)

Marriage

William married Emma Grayston (1808 – 1895) the daughter of Timothy Grayston and Ann Blomfield, 25th December, 1829, Ipswich St Margaret.

Children

William and Emma had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
1830 04 Jul 1830 William Son of William and Emma, Shoemaker Ipswich St Margaret
1831 16 Oct 1831 William Son of William and Emma, Shoemaker Ipswich St Margaret
1833 21 Jun 1837 Edward Son of William and Emma, Shoemaker, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clements
1835 21 Jun 1837 Emma Daughter of William and Emma, Shoemaker, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clements
1837 21 Jun 1837 Henry Son of William and Emma, Shoemaker, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clements
1840 07 Jun 1840 Emma Daughter of William and Emma, Shoemaker, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clements
1842 29 May 1842 Martha Daughter of William and Emma, Shoemaker, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clements
1845 23 Feb 1845 Maria Daughter of William and Emma, Shoemaker, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clements
1853   Edward Born after William died Ipswich St Clements

Census

1841

Dwelling – Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clements
Name Age Occupation Born in County
William Baxter 33 Shoemaker Y
Emma Baxter 32   Y
Henry Baxter 4   Y
Emma Baxter 1   Y

1851 – Living with mother-in-law Martha Baxter

1861

Dwelling -Baxter’s Yard, Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clements
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Emma Baxter Head Wid 50 Nurse Ipswich
Emma Pordoe Daughter M 21   Ipswich
Emma Pordoe Granddaughter   1   Ipswich
Edward Baxter Son   7 Scholar Ipswich

1871

Dwelling – Baxter’s Yard, Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clements
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Emma Baxter Head Wid 57   Ipswich
Edward Baxter Son Unmar 17 Labourer out of Employ Ipswich
George Wright Lodger Wid 57 Bootmaker Ipswich

1881

Dwelling – 43 Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clements
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
George Wright Head Wid 62 Bootmaker Ipswich
Emma Baxter Sister Wid 68   Ipswich

1891

Dwelling – 71 Commercial Road, Ipswich St Peter
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
David Stollery Head M 44 Iron Foundry Labourer Ipswich
Maria Stollery Wife M 45   Ipswich
Robert C Stollery Son S 19 Iron Foundry Apprentice Ipswich
Frank Stollery Son   10 Scholar Ipswich
Emma Baxter Mother-In-Law Wid 80 Living on her own means Ipswich

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
28 Jan 1848 William Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Walk aged 40

Ipswich Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
02 Feb 1895 Emma Baxter Of Ipswich St Peter, Commercial Road aged 86, Widow, died 31 Jan

James Baxter (1808 – 1839)

Marriage

James married Caroline Mahala Sexton (1812 – 1878) the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Sexton, 1st June, 1830, Hadleigh. Caroline Mahala’s second husband was George Henry Brummitt (1808 – 1871) on 23rdJune, 1839, Ipswich St Clement.

Children

James and Caroline had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
1835 08 Jun 1835 Sarah Ann Daughter of James and Caroline Mahala Parish Church of Hadleigh
1837 03 Jun 1838 Louisa Daughter of James and Caroline Mahala Parish Church of Hadleigh
1839 28 Jun 1840 James Son of James and Caroline Mahala Parish Church of Hadleigh

Census

1841

Dwelling – Globe Lane, Ipswich St Matthew
Name Age Occupation Born in County
George Brummitt 30 Bootmaker  
Mahala Brummitt 25   Y
James Brummitt 2   Y
Sarah Baxter 6   Y

1851

Dwelling – 92 Bond Street, Ipswich St Margaret
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
George Hy Brummitt Head M 42 Bootmaker Journeyman London
Mahala Brummitt Wife M 38 Boot Binder Hadleigh
Sarah Baxter Daughter-In-Law Unmar 16 Closer Ipswich
James Baxter Son-In-Law   12 Closer Ipswich
Sophia Brummitt Daughter   7   Ipswich
George Brummitt Son   5   Ipswich
Frederick Brummitt Son   1   Hull

1861

Dwelling – 24 White Cross Place, Shoreditch, Middlesex
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
George Brummitt Head M 52 Bootmaker London
Mahala Brummitt Wife M 48   Suffolk
James Brummitt Son Unmar 21   Suffolk
George Brummitt Son   15   Suffolk
William Brummitt Son   14   Suffolk
Frederick Brummitt Son   13   Suffolk
Mary Brummitt Daughter   9   Suffolk

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
21 Jan 1839 James Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane aged 30

Joseph Baxter (1812 – 1866)

Marriage

Joseph married Sarah Pepper (1813 – 1874) the daughter of Samuel Pepper and Mary Hutchenson, 25th December, 1835, Ipswich St Mary Elms.

Children

Joseph and Sarah had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
1837 05 Mar 1837 Sarah Ann Maria Daughter of Joseph and Sarah, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clement
1838 25 Dec 1838 Harriet Daughter of Joseph and Sarah, Tinman, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clement
1840 02 Aug 1840 Eliza Martha Daughter of Joseph and Sarah, Brazier, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clement
1843 30 Apr 1843 Joseph George Son of Joseph and Sarah, Tinman, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clement
1845 31 May 1846 Harriet Ellen Daughter of Joseph and Sarah, Brazier, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clement

Census

1841 – Living with mother

1851

Dwelling – 41 Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clement
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Joseph Baxter Head M 37 Tin Plate Worker Ipswich
Sarah Baxter Wife M 37   Ipswich
Sarah A M Baxter Daughter   14   Ipswich

1861

Dwelling – 55 Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clement
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Joseph Baxter Head M 48 Tin Plate Worker Ipswich
Sarah Baxter Wife M 48   Ipswich
Sarah Baxter Daughter Unmar 24   Ipswich

1871

Dwelling – 61 Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clement
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Sarah Baxter Head Wid 48 Dealer in Earthin wear Ipswich
Sarah Baxter Daughter Unmar 31 Following No Occupation Ipswich
Elizabeth Mills Lodger Wid 73   Ipswich

Directories

Directory Name Year Place Private / Commercial Name and Service
White’s History, Gazatteer and Directory of Suffolk 1844 Ipswich Commercial Braziers & Tinners- Baxter Joseph, Rope Walk

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Ipswich Journal 28 Dec 1833 Yesterday, Edward Eighteen, was committed to the Borough Gaol, by W Calver and T Duningham Esqs, charged with having stolen a donkey, the property of Joseph Baxter of St, Clements.
The Ipswich Journal 26 Dec 1846 On Monday, Joseph Baxter landlord of the Cow and Pail public house, Rope-Lane was charged with having on Sunday morning, the 13th inst., kept open house during divine service. The charge was proved by police Buckingham and Carver, who at half-past 11 o’clock found several persons drinking in the house. The defendant denied the charges first, on the grounds that some of the parties were lodgers and secondly on the grounds that they belonged to a Benefit Society newly formed, consisting of twelve members. The police replied that the defendant had been cautioned two or three times before against repeating the offence. The defendant was fined 30s and costs.
The London Gazette 30 May 1851 Whereas a Petition of Joseph Baxter, of the Rope-walk, in the parish of Saint Clements, Ipswich, in the county of Suffolk, Tin-plate Worker and Ironmonger, an insolvent debtor, having been filled in the County Court of Suffolk, at Ipswich, and an interim order for protection from process having been given to the said Joseph Baxter, under the provisions of the Statutes in that case made and provided, the said Joseph Baxter is hereby required to appear before the said Court, on the 13th day of June next, at ten in the forenoon precisely, for his first examination touching his debts, estates, and effects, and to be further dealt with according to the provisions of the said Statutes; and the choice of the creditors’ assignees is to take place at the time so appointed. All persons indebted to the said Joseph Baxter, or that have any of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to Mr. Charles Pretyman, Clerk of the said Court, at his office, in Silent-street, Ipswich, the Official Assignee of the estate and effects of the said insolvent.
The London Gazette 04 Jul 1851 In the Matter of the Petition of Joseph Baxter, of the Rope-walk, in the parish of Saint Clement’s, Ipswich, in the county of Suffolk, Tin-plate Worker and Ironmonger.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Francis King Eagle, Esq. Judge of the County Court of Suffolk, at Ipswich, acting in the matter of this Petition, will proceed to make a Final Order thereon, at the said Court, on the 18th day of July instant, at ten o’clock in the forenoon precisely, unless cause be then and there shewn to the contrary.
The Ipswich Journal 03 Nov 1855 To Builders and Others
J. Baxter
Rope Walk, Ipswich
Intends Making and Fixing Zinc Troughs and Pipe at 1s. Per Yard. – Going within 6 miles of Ipswich, no extra charge. – Zinc Lenders made to Cast Iron Troughs equally low.
The Cheapest Shop for Tin Goods at Cash Prices.
The Ipswich Journal 03 Sep 1859 Accident – on Wednesday evening as Mr Joseph Baxter, Rope-walk was returning, into two with a horse and cart, when near Stoke Green Chapel the shaft of another vehicle coming in the opposite direction, ran into the side of Mr’s Baxter’s horse, killing it instantly
The Ipswich Journal 03 Mar 1866
10 Mar 1866
Freehold Cottages
At Ipswich
To be sold by Auction
By Berry and Randall
On Tuesday, March the 13th, 1866 at the Crown and Anchor Hotel, Ipswich at 6 for 7 o’clock in the evening, the following properties in Three lots, late the property of Mr Joseph Baxter deceased.
Lot 1- A substantial built Message in two dwellings, situated and being No 13, in Rope Walk St Clement’s Ipswich, one in the occupation of Mr Simpson, and the other unoccupied. Also three small brick build cottages at the rear of above, in the occupation of Page, Canham and Webster. The whole providing a rental amounting to £18 17s 0d per annum. The landlord paying the rates.
Lot 2 – A substantial built dwelling House and Shop, adjoining lot 1, having three bedrooms, Front shop, keeping room, kitchen, washhouse, with a large yard and outbuildings, with a side entrance from the street in the occupation of Mr Gayner, at the rent of £14 18s 8d per annum. The landlord paying the rates.
Lot 3 – Comprising a substantial building Messuage, in five dwellings situation and being Nos 53 and 55 Rope Walk, St Clement’s Ipswich. In the several occupations of Lewis, Walters, Branden, Lawrence and Rudd; also a small cottage at the rear of above in the occupation of Mr Brundle. The whole producing a rental of £26 4s 0d per annum. The landlord paying the rates.
Particulars and conditions of sale may be had of Messrs Jackman and Son, Solicitors and the Auctioneer, Ipswich.

Will Information

1866 – Effects Under £200
Baxter Joseph – 3 March. Letters of Administration of the Personal estate and effects of Josephxter late of Ipswich in the County of Suffolk Tinman and Brazier deceased who died 17 January 1866 at Ipswich aforesaid were granted at Ipswich to Sarah Baxter of Ipswich aforesaid Widow the Relict of the said Deceased she having first been sworn.

Death

Ipswich Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
24 Jan 1866 Joseph Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane, aged 53, Brazier, died 18 Jan
10 Aug 1874 Sarah Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane, aged 61, Widow, died 04 Aug

Emanuel Baxter (1813 – 1866)

Marriage

Emanuel married Maria Esther Rudland (1816 – 1880) the daughter of Henry Rudland and Esther Southgate, in 1838.

Children

Emanuel and Maria had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
1839 21 Jul 1839 Emanuel Charles Emanuel and Maria Esther, Painter and Glazier, Silent Street Ipswich St Nicholas
1841   Henry George Mother’s maiden name Rudland Ipswich
1842   William Edward Mother’s maiden name Rudland Ipswich
1844 08 Sep 1844 Maria Esther Emanuel and Maria Esther, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clement
1848 15 Jun 1848 John Robert Emanuel and Hester, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clement
1850 14 Aug 1850 Maria Esther Emanuel and Maria Esther, Tiner Ipswich St Stephen
1855 25 May 1856 Mary Ann Bridget Emanuel and Maria Esther, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clement

Freeman of Ipswich

Emanuel Baxter – 1830 -Servitude – Joseph Beard – Painter – Ipswich

Census

1841

Dwelling – Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clement
Name Age Occupation Born in County
Emanuel Baxter 24 Glazier Y
Maria Baxter 25   Y
Emanuel Baxter 1   Y
Henry Baxter 3 mths   Y
Bridget Keeble 79 Lodger {Crossed out} Y
Esther Rudland 47   Y

1851 – Living with mother Martha Baxter

1861

Dwelling – 55 Foundation Street, Ipswich St Mary Key
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Emanuel Baxter Head M 44 Plumber, Glazier and Painter Ipswich
Maria Esther Baxter Wife M 44   Offton
Emanuel Charles Baxter Son Unmar 21 Painter and Glazier Ipswich
John Robert Baxter Son   13 Scholar Ipswich
Maria Esther Baxter Daughter   10 Scholar Ipswich

1871

Dwelling – 54 Foundation Street, Ipswich St Mary Key
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Maria E Baxter Head Wid 54 Annuitant Offton
John Robert Baxter Son M 23 Plumber and Glazier Ipswich
Eliza Baxter Daughter-In-Law M 20   Ipswich
Emma E Baxter Granddaughter   1   Ipswich
Maria Esther Baxter Daughter Unmar 20 Milliner and Dressmaker Ipswich
Henry W A Baxter Grandson   2mnths   Ipswich

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Ipswich Journal 03 Sep 1859 Accident – on Wednesday evening … – on the same evening as the son Mr E Baxter, plumber of this town was driving from Somersham accompanied by his mother and another female, they came in contact was a cart which upset Mr Baxter’s vehicle and we are sorry to hear that Mrs Baxter was injured.
The Ipswich Journal 30 Jun 1866 Baxter – 15th inst., after four and half years severe affliction, borne with Christian fortitude, aged 49 years, Mr Emanuel Baxter, at his residence, 54 Foundation Street, deeply lamented by his family and friends; for upwards of nine years parish clerk and sexton of St Mary Keys, Ipswich.
The Ipswich Journal 08 Jun 1867
15 Jun 1867
Freehold Cottages &C at Ipswich
To be sold at Auction By Berry & Randall
On Thursday, June 20, 1867 at the Coach and Horse Inn, Brook Street, Ipswich, at Six for Seven o’clock in the evening.
The following properties of the late Mrs Baxter and Mr Emanuel Baxter deceased:-
Lot 1 – Two substantial brick built dwelling Houses, recessed from the road and enclosed with neat iron palisading, situate and being Nos 43 and 45 in the Rope Walk, St Clement’s Ipswich. In the occupation of Orsborn and Tydemans and rents amounting to £18 4s per annum.
Lot 2 – Two brick build cottages at the, rear of Lot 1, with small garden in front, in the occupation of Buck and Baxter, at rents amounting to £11 5s 4d.
Lot 3 – A substantial Brick-built dwelling House, with a large garden in the rear, situated and being No 35 in the Rope Walk, St Clement’s Ipswich, occupied by Mr Lock, at the rent of £9 2s per annum.
For particulars apply to Messrs Jackman and Sons Solicitors and the Auctioneer, Ipswich.
The Ipswich Journal 17 Apr 1880 Baxter – 24th ult., at Guyalora (sic), America, aged 65, Maria Esther, widow of Emanuel Charles Baxter, late clerk of St Mary Keys, Ipswich.

Will Information

1866 – Effects Under £200
Baxter Emanuel – 13 November. The Will of Emanuel Baxter late of 54 Foundation-Street Ipswich in the County of Suffolk Plumber, Glazier, Painter and Gasfitter deceased who died 15 June 1866 at 54 Foundation-Street aforesaid was proved at Ipswich by the oaths of George Baxter of the Rope Walk Ipswich aforesaid Serjeant-at-Mace the Brother and Maria Esther Baxter of Foundation-Street aforesaid Widow the Relict the Executors.

Death

Ipswich Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
23 Jun 1866 Emanuel Baxter

Of Ipswich St Mary Quay, Foundation Street, aged 49, Plumber, died 15 Jun

Norfolk, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Died Name Comment
24 Mar 1880 Maria Esther Baxter

Of Suffolk England, aged 62 years and 10 months, Dressmaker, died of {appoplexy}

Sarah Baxter (1813 – 1814)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
02 May 1814 Sarah Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane aged 9 mths

Sarah Baxter (1815 – 1815)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
11 Oct 1815 Sarah Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane infant

Charles Baxter (1818 – 1877)

Marriage

Charles married Betsy Woods (1823 – 1905) the daughter of Timothy Woods and Hannah Oxe, in 1843.

Children

Charles and Betsy had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
1843 30 Apr 1843 Adelaide Betsy Daughter of Charles and Betsy, Shoemaker, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clement
1845 23 Feb 1845 Martha Lucy Daughter of Charles and Betsy, Shoemaker, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clement
1846 31 May 1846 Charles George Son of Charles and Betsy, Shoemaker, Rope Lane Ipswich St Clement

Census

1851

Dwelling – 34 Rope Walk, Ipswich St Clement
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Charles Baxter Head M 32 Cordwainer Ipswich
Betsy Baxter Wife M 28   Woodbridge
Adelaide Baxter Daughter   7 Scholar Ipswich
Martha L Baxter Daughter   6 Scholar Ipswich
Charles G Baxter Son   5 Scholar Ipswich

1861

Dwelling – 16 Rope Lane, Beer House, Ipswich St Clement
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Charles Baxter Head M 42 Shoemaker & Beer House Master Ipswich
Betsy Baxter Wife M 37   Woodbridge
Adelaide Baxter Daughter Unmar 18 Milliner Ipswich
Charles G Baxter Son   15 Painter Ipswich

1871

Dwelling – 16 Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clement
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Charles Baxter Head M 52 Innkeeper ‘Bold Crispin’ Ipswich
Betsy Baxter Wife M 48   Woodbridge
Martha L Baxter Daughter Unmar 26 Dressmaker Ipswich
Timothy Wood Father-In-Law Wid 78 Retired Basket Maker Grundisburgh

1881

Dwelling – Bold Crispin, Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clement
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Betsy Baxter Head Wid 57 Licensed Victuller Woodbridge
Martha L Baxter Daughter S 36 Dressmaker Ipswich
Charles G Baxter Son S 35 Plumber Ipswich

1891

Dwelling – 47 Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clement
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Betsy Baxter Head Wid 67 Living on her own Meand Woodbridge
Martha L Baxter Daughter S 45 Dressmaker Ipswich

1901

Dwelling – 47 Rope Lane, Ipswich St Clement
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Betsy Baxter Head Wid 77 Living on her own Meand Woodbridge
Martha L Baxter Daughter S 55 Dressmaker Ipswich
Herbert A Baxter Grandson S 20 Brass Founder Notting Hill

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Ipswich Journal 11 Nov 1865

Ipswich Petty Session Monday November 6th
Keeping a beer house open on a Sunday – Charles Baxter landlord of the Bold Crispin was charged with keeping his house open on Sunday 5th inst.
Policeman Jacobs said he went to the defendants house in the Rope Walk at twenty minutes to one o’clock on Sunday morning and found four persons there. There were mugs on the table, but no beer in them. He did not see the men drink beer.
Defendant said his house was open, but he denied that it was open for the sale of beer. He had kept the house six years, but had never had any complaints against him before.
Supt. Mason said this was the first complaint against the house, and the Magistrate allowed the case to be withdrawn.

The Ipswich Journal 17 Nov 1877 Baxter – 12th inst., after a short illness, Mr Charles Baxter, landlord of the Bold Crispin Inn, Ipswich, in his 60th year.
Evening Star 17 Aug 1905 Deaths
Baxter.- On August 15th, at 47 Rope Walk, Besty, widow of the late Charles Baxter, of the Bold Crispin Inn, Ipswich, in her 82 year.

Will Information

1877 – Effects Under £300
Baxter Charles – 20 November. The Will of Charles Baxter late of Ipswich in the County of Suffolk Beer-house Keeper who died 12 November 1877 at Ipswich aforesaid was proved at Ipswich by Betsy Baxter of 16 Rope-Lane Ipswich Widow the Relict Harry Keeble of 147 Sandy-hill Plumstead in the County of Kent Engine Fitter and William Batley Jackaman of 37 Silent-Street Ipswich Solicitor the Executors.

Death

Ipswich Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
15 Nov 1877 Charles Baxter

Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Walk, aged 59, Beer-house Keeper, died 12 Nov

Ipswich District

Died Name Comment
1905 Betsy Baxter

Aged 81

Sarah Baxter (1825 – 1833)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
01 May 1833 Sarah Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane aged 7

What happened to the children of George Baxter and Eliza Offord of Ipswich?

Eliza Austin Baxter (1831 – 1831)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
22 Aug 1831 Eliza Austin Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Church Lane infant

George Benjamin Baxter (1832 – 1853)

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Suffolk Chronicle 20 May 1854 DIED
On the 5th Sept., 1853, at Calcutta, aged 21, George B. Baxter, petty officer, H.E.I.C.’ steam frigate “Zenobian,” eldest son of Mr. George Baxter, sergeant at mace, Ipswich, whose second son was wrecked about six months before in the “Ranger” schooner of this port, when all the crew perished.

David Henry Baxter (1834 – 1853)

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Suffolk Chronicle 20 May 1854 DIED
On the 5th Sept., 1853, at Calcutta, aged 21, George B. Baxter, petty officer, H.E.I.C.’ steam frigate “Zenobian,” eldest son of Mr. George Baxter, sergeant at mace, Ipswich, whose second son was wrecked about six months before in the “Ranger” schooner of this port, when all the crew perished.

Charles Samuel Baxter (1836 – 1840)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
03 Jan 1840 Charles Samuel Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Borough Road, aged 4

Eliza Esther Baxter (1838 – 1839)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
24 Dec 1839 Eliza Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Borough Road, aged 2

Arthur Charles Baxter (1840 – 1908)

Marriage

Arthur married Eliza Jennings (1842 -1909) the daughter of William Jennings and Eleanor Coats, in 1871.

Freeman of Ipswich

Arthur Baxter – 1861 -Patrimony – George Baxter – Cabinetmaker – Ipswich

Census

1881

Dwelling – Lions Inn, Thoroughfare, Woodbridge
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Arthur C Baxter Head M 41 Innkeeper Ipswich
Eliza Baxter Wife M 40   Trimley St Martin

1891

Dwelling – 48 Sandy Hill Road, Plumstead, London
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Arthur Charles Baxter Head M 51 Wood Pattern Maker Ipswich
Eliza Baxter Wife M 50   Trimley St Martin

1901

Dwelling – 48 Sandy Hill Road, Plumstead, London
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Arthur Baxter Head M 61 Engineer Pattern Maker Ipswich
Eliza Baxter Wife M 50   Trimley St Martin
Mary Allan Boarder Wid 47 Teacher Garrison School Woolwich

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Ipswich Journal 13 Oct 1883 Petty Session Reports
Ipswich
Transfer of Licence.- The John Bull, Woodbridge Road, was transferred from Luke Culling to Arthur Charles Baxter.

Death

West Derby District

Died Name Comment
1908 Arthur Charles Baxter Aged 67
1909 Eliza Baxter Aged 64

Lucy Baxter (1842 – 1910)

Marriage

Lucy married John Henry Thompson (1843 – 1912) the son of John Thompson and Eliza Howes, in 1866.

Eliza Baxter (1844 – 1845)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
12 Jun 1845 Eliza Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane, aged 1

Alfred Thomas Baxter (1846 – 1916)

Marriage

Alfred married Violet Emily Reeves (1850 – 1940) the daughter of Frederick Reeves and Emily Scarlett.

Parish Church of Bromley St Leonard – 19th September, 1872
Name and surname Age Condition Rank or profession Residence at the time of Marriage Fathers name and surname Rank or profession of father
Alfred Thomas Baxter Full Bachelor Timber Merchant’s Clerk Ipswich St Nicholas George Baxter Boot Maker
Violet Emily Reeves Full Spinster   Bromley Frederick Reeves Licensed Victualler
In the presence of us: Frederick Thomas Reeves, Emily Reeves and Sarah Reeves

Children

Alfred and Violet had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
12 Feb 1874 22 Mar 1874 Frederick George Alfred Thomas and Violet Emily, Accountant, 28 St Nicholas Street Ipswich St Lawrence
24 May 1878 22 Dec 1878 Gertrude May Alfred Thomas and Violet Emily, Falcon Street Ipswich St Mary Quay
09 Oct 1880 30 Jan 1881 Alfred Clarence Alfred Thomas and Violet Emily, Accountant, Falcon Street Ipswich St Stephen
14 Jul 1883 08 Oct 1885 Stanley Alfred Thomas and Violet Emily, Auctioneer, 124 Fore Street Ipswich St Clement
10 Sep 1885 08 Oct 1885 Sidney Alfred Thomas and Violet Emily, Auctioneer, 124 Fore Street Ipswich St Clement
05 Jul 1888   Herbert Alfred Mother’s maiden name Reeves Ipswich
07 Feb 1891   Eaton Barnes Mother’s maiden name Reeves Ipswich
1896   Alan Reeves Mother’s maiden name Reeves Ipswich

Freeman of Ipswich

Alfred Baxter – 1867 – Patrimony – George Baxter- Carpenter – Ipswich

Census

1881

Dwelling – 28 Falcon Street, Ipswich St Nicholas
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Alfred Thomas Baxter Head M 34 Public Accountant Ipswich
Violet Emily Baxter Wife M 30   Plaistow
Frederick George Baxter Son   7 Scholar Ipswich
Gertrude May Baxter Daughter   2   Ipswich
Alfred Clarence Baxter Son   0   Ipswich

1891

Dwelling – 21 Westgate Street, Ipswich St Matthew
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Alfred T Baxter Head M 44 Auctioneer Ipswich
Violet E Baxter Wife M 40   Plaistow
Frederick G Baxter Son S 17 Auctioneer’s Clerk Ipswich
Gertrude M Baxter Daughter   12 Scholar Ipswich
Alfred C Baxter Son   10 Scholar Ipswich
Stanley Baxter Son   7 Scholar Ipswich
Herbert Baxter Son   2   Ipswich
Eaton B Baxter Son   0   Ipswich

1901

Dwelling – 6 Lichfield Road, Edmonton, Middlesex
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Alfred T Baxter Head M 54 Account’s Clerk Ipswich
Violet E Baxter Wife M 50   Plaistow
Gertrude M Baxter Daughter S 22 Post Office Clerk Ipswich
Alfred C Baxter Son S 20 Whole Sale Grocer’s Clerk Ipswich
Stanley Baxter Son S 17 Invoice Clerk (Commercial) Ipswich
Herbert Baxter Son   12   Ipswich
Eaton B Baxter Son   10   Ipswich
Alan R Baxter Son   5   Ipswich

1911

Dwelling – 76 Archway Road, Upper Holloway, Islington, London
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Alfred Thomas Baxter Head M 64 Accountant Ipswich
Violet Emily Baxter Wife M 60   Stratford
Gertrude M Baxter Daughter S 32 Publisher Clerk Ipswich
Stanley Baxter Son S 27 Commercial Artist Ipswich
Eaton Barnes Baxter Son S 20 Advertising Agent’s Assistant Ipswich
Alan Reeves Baxter Son   15   Ipswich
Frederick T Baxter Son M 37 Commercial Traveller Engineering Ipswich
Nora M Baxter Daughter-In-Law M 30 (Visiting) Killarney, Ireland
Violet Gladys Baxter Granddaughter   13   Regents Park

Directories

Directory Name Year Place Private / Commercial Name and Service
Kelly’s Directory 1892 Ipswich Commercial Baxter Alfred Thomas, Auctioneer &c & Registrar of Marriage, 21 Westgate Street
Kelly’s Directory 1892 Ipswich Commercial Baxter Alfred Thomas, Mutual Plate Glass Insurance Lim, 21 Westgate Street

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Ipswich Journal 21 Sep 1872 Baxter – Reeve – 19th inst., at St Leonard’s Church Bromley, Middlesex, the Rev. Thomas A. Bordon. B.A. Alfred Thomas youngest son of George Baxter, to Violet Emily, eldest daughter of Frederick Reeves, all of Ipswich.
East Anglian Daily Times 17 Mar 1887 Mr. Alfred Thomas Baxter, of 6, Princes Street, Ipswich, has been appointed Registrar of Marriages for the district of Ipswich, in the place of the late Mr. Joshua Page, deceased.
The Ipswich Journal 27 Jan 1900 EX-IPSWICH AUCTIONEER’S FAILURE
A first meeting of the creditors of Mr. Alfred Thomas Baxter, auctioneer and estate agent, lately carrying on business at 33, Upper Brook Street, Ipswich, and now trading as Baxter and Son, at 4, The Pavement, Seven Kings, Ilford, was held at the officer of the Official Receiver, Temple Chambers, London, on Tuesday. The summary of the debtor’s statement of affairs showed liabilities to 18 unsecured creditors, £316 19s. 6d. The assets are – Cash at bankers, 6s. 3d.,; stock-in-trade, £60 (cost £100); furniture, £70; book debt (good), £10; total, £140 6s. 3d.; deduct creditors for distrainable rent and preferential rates per contra £28 8s. 7d.; total, £111 17s. 8d. leaving a deficiency of £205 1s. 10d. – The observations of the Official Receiver (Mr. Mercer) were the debtor commenced business as an accountant 25 years ago at Ipswich, without capital. Subsequently, he also traded as an auctioneer and estate agent. In February, 1899, he removed to Seven Kings, Ilford, and traded under the style of Baxter and Son, but his son, who is only 18, had no interest in the business. The only book of account kept was a rough cash-book, which debtor admitted had not been fully entered. No ledger had been kept, nor had any trading accounts or balance-sheets been prepared with the exception of a statement of assets and liabilities made out about three or four months ago, which statement he stated showed that he was solvent. At the date of the receiving order, four actions were pending against the debtor. Execution was levied in September last by another creditor, but the debt and costs were paid. An action of slander had been commenced by the debtor against a certain person. Of the debtor’s unsecured liabilities £147 is in respect of money lent and interest, £50 law costs, the remainder being for trade debts and personal expenses. – The Official Receiver mentioned the furniture had raised £88, but a guarantee of £25 was given for the rent. He expressed the opinion that £100 a-year was an enormous rent to pay for a new place like Seven Kings, which was too new a place to work a business up. He also referred to the action for slander which the debtor had pending against the agent. – The debtor: When I get the damages I will pay everyone 20s. in the £. – The Official Receiver: People don’t get very heavy damages for slander. – Debtor added that the action of the agent had destroyed his business. – The estate will be wound up by the Official Receiver in the ordinary way.

Death

Barnet District

Died Name Comment
1914 Alfred T Baxter Aged 70

Lewisham District

Died Name Comment
1940 Violet E Baxter Aged 89

William Walter Baxter (1848 – 1849)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
01 Nov 1848 William Walter Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane, aged 1

Eliza Baxter (1850 – 1913)

Marriage

Eliza married David Hamblin (1848 – 1908) the son of David Hamblin and Mary Read, on the 21st July, 1878, Ipswich St Clement.

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Ipswich Journal 03 Aug 1878 Hamblin – Baxter – 21st ult., at St Clements church, Ipswich by the Rev. C. H. E. White, David Hamblin, Captain S. S. Lesbian, Liverpool, to Eliza, youngest daughter of the late Geo. Baxter St Clements Ipswich.

What happened to the children of William Baxter and Emma Grayston of Ipswich?

William Baxter (1830 – 1831)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
10 Mar 1831 William Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane, infant

William Baxter (1831 – 1837)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
17 Sep 1838 William Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane, aged 7

Edward Baxter (1833 – 1838)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
02 Oct 1838 Edward Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane, aged 5

Emma Baxter (1835 – 1838)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
12 Nov 1838 Emma Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane, aged 3

Henry Baxter (1837 – 1914)

Marriage

Henry’s first wife was Emma Milborn (1833 – 1891) the daughter of William Milborn and Sarah Cooper and sister of Maria Milborn (1835 – 1910) who married John Baxter (1828 – 1870) of the Woodbridge Baxters, 8th May, 1859, Woodbridge St Mary. Henry’s second wife was Martha Bloomfield (1838 – 1901) whom he married in 1896.

Children

Henry and Emma had the following:

Born Name Comment Where
1860 Alfred Charles Mother’s maiden name Milborn Ipswich
1867 Emma Mother’s maiden name Milborn Clerkenwell
1874 Clara Mother’s maiden name Milborn Hornsey

Census

1861

Dwelling – 12 Castle Street, Woodbridge
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Henry Baxter Head M 25 Plumber Journeyman Ipswich
Emma Baxter Wife M 28 Plumber’s Wife Woodbridge

1871

Dwelling – 60 Barnsbury Road, Islington All Saints
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Henry Baxter Head M 33 Plumber Ipswich
Emma Baxter Wife M 36   Woodbridge
Alfred C Baxter Son   11 Scholar Ipswich
Emma Baxter Daughter   3   Clerkenwell

1881

Dwelling – 40 Argyle Street, Ipswich St Margaret
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Henry Baxter Head M 43 Plumber Ipswich
Emma Baxter Wife M 47   Woodbridge
Alfred Baxter Son S 21   Ipswich
Emma Baxter Daughter   14 Scholar Islington
Clara Baxter Daughter   5 Scholar Hornsey

1891

Dwelling – 40 Argyle Street, Ipswich St Margaret
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Henry Baxter Head M 54 Plumber Ipswich
Emma Baxter Wife M 58   Woodbridge
Clara Baxter Daughter S 16   London

1901

Dwelling – 103 Woodbridge Road, Ipswich St Margaret
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Henry Baxter Head M 63 Plumber Ipswich
Martha Baxter Wife M 62   Ipswich
Clara Baxter Daughter S 26 Button Hole Hand {Stitch} Highgate
Harry Baxter Son*   2   Ipswich

* Grandson

1911

Dwelling – 10 New Street, Ipswich
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Henry Baxter Boarder S 74 Ex Plumber Ipswich

Death

Ipswich Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
09 Jun 1891 Emma Baxter Of Ipswich St Margaret, Argyle Street, aged 58, died 04 Jun

Ipswich District

Died Name Comment
1901 Martha Baxter Aged 63
1914 Henry Baxter Aged 75

Emma Baxter (1840 – 1923)

Marriage

Emma married Joseph Pardoe (1837 – 1907) the son of Joseph Pardoe and Charlotte Harvey, in 1858.

Martha Baxter (1842 – 1875)

Census

1861 – Living with her grandmother Martha Baxter

Marriage

Martha married Thomas Wiles (1840 – 1872) the son of Samuel Wiles and Emma Read, in 1863.

Maria Baxter (1845 – 1936)

Census

1861

Dwelling – Old Butter Market, Ipswich St Lawrence
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Emmma Baxter Servant Unmar 16 House Servant Ipswich

Marriage

Maria married David Michael Stollery (1846 – 1909) the son of Michael Stollery and Rachel Hazelwood, in 1870.

Edward Baxter (1853 – 1907)

Marriage

Emma married Caroline Elizabeth Cant (1852 – 1918) the daughter of George Cant and Mary Dorling, in 1874.

Children

Edward and Caroline had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
12 Feb 1875 29 Jan 1882 Edward Charles Edward and Caroline, Labourer, 58 Dorkin Street Ipswich St Clement
29 Nov 1876 29 Jan 1882 Anna Elizabeth Edward and Caroline, Labourer, 58 Dorkin Street Ipswich St Clement
27 Jan 1881 29 Jan 1881 Robert William Edward and Caroline, Labourer, 58 Dorkin Street Ipswich St Clement
11 Dec 1883   Ada Louisa Mother’s maiden name Cant Ipswich
03 Jun 1888   Caroline Kate Mother’s maiden name Cant Ipswich
03 Mar 1893   Edith Maria Mother’s maiden name Cant Ipswich
25 Feb 1895   Daisy Mabel Mother’s maiden name Cant Ipswich

Census

1881

Dwelling – 60 Dorkin Street, Ipswich St Clement
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Edward Baxter Head M 29 Factory Labourer (Iron) Ipswich
Caroline Baxter Wife M 29   Ipswich
Edward Baxter Son   6 Scholar Ipswich
Annie Baxter Daughter   4   Ipswich
William Baxter Son   0   Ipswich

1891

Dwelling – 2 Little Wingfield Street, Ipswich St Stephen
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Edward Baxter Head M 36 Railway Platelayer Ipswich
Caroline Baxter Wife M 37   Ipswich
Edward C Baxter Son S 16 Apprentice Brass Moulder Ipswich
Anna E Baxter Daughter   14 Dressmaker Ipswich
Robert W Baxter Son   10 Scholar Ipswich
Ada E Baxter Daughter   7 Scholar Ipswich
Caroline K Baxter Daughter   2   Ipswich

1901

Dwelling – 58 Victoria Street, Ipswich St Matthew
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Edward Baxter Head M 47 Railway Platelayer Ipswich
Caroline Baxter Wife M 48   Ipswich
Robert Baxter Son S 20 Tan Works Labourer Ipswich
Kate Baxter Daughter   12   Ipswich
Edith Baxter Daughter   8   Ipswich
Daisy Baxter Daughter   6   Ipswich

1911

Dwelling – 35 Woodhouse Street, Ipswich
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Caroline Elizabeth Baxter Head Wid 56   Ipswich
Kate Caroline Baxter Daughter S 22 Book Folder Ipswich
Edith Maria Baxter Daughter S 18 Book Folder Ipswich
Daisy Mabel Baxter Daughter   16   Ipswich
Ann Mudd Sister Wid 73   Ipswich

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Ipswich Journal 04 Jan 1876 Petty Session Report
Ipswich
A Neighbours’ Quarrel.- Edward Baxter, labourer, was summoned for assaulting James Adkins, on December 29th, and complainant also asked that defendant might be called upon to find sureties of the peace.
Mr. Hill appeared for the complainant.
Both parties live in Holy Wells Road, opposite the Gas Works, and on Friday the defendant went to complainant’s house, saw complainant, and asked what he had to say about him and his wife. Complainant said he did not want to have anything to say to him. Defendant then struck complainant’s wife, and afterwards his father and complainant going to his assistance defendant assaulted him also, and subsequently threatened him.
Defendant said matter arose from a quarrel between complaint’s mother and his (defendant’s) wife in the morning.
Complainant consented to withdraw the case on defendant paying the expenses and being bound over in £10 to keep the peace for 12 months.
The Ipswich Journal 10 Sep 1898 HUSBAND AND WIFE.- Edward Baxter, platelayer, 53, Victoria Street, was summoned to show cause why he should not be bound over to keep the peace towards his wife, Caroline Baxter.- Mr. S. Gooding appeared for applicant. – It appeared that the parties had been married 25 years, and according to Mrs. Baxter’s statement, they had lived unhappily for the last few years. Between twelve and one on Saturday night defendant came home drunk, and threatened to cut her throat. He turned her out, and she had been in lodgings ever since. – At the Mayer’s suggestion, defendant consented to be bound over.

Death

Ipswich District

Died Name Comment
1907 Edward Baxter Aged 54
1918 Caroline E Baxter Aged 65

What happened to the children of James Baxter and Caroline Mahala Sexton of Ipswich?

Sarah Ann Baxter (1835 – 1885)

Marriage

Marriage License Bond: 13 Jan 1854 – Robert Farthing and Sarah Baxter. Singleman and singlewoman, minor of Ipswich St Helens. To be married at Ipswich St Helen.

Sarah married Robert Farthing (1820 – 1883) the son of William and Mary Farthing, in 1854.

Louisa Baxter (1837 – 1840)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
17 Jun 1840 Louisa Baxter Of Ipswich St Matthew, aged 2

James Baxter (1839 – 1915)

Marriage

James married Sophia Eleanor Lamude (1840 – 1915) the daughter of Henry Lamude and Sophia Brummitt

Parish Church of Hackney St James – 14th July, 1861
Name and surname Age Condition Rank or profession Residence at the time of Marriage Fathers name and surname Rank or profession of father
James Baxter 22 Bachelor Boot Maker 26 White Cross Place James Baxter Deceased Boot Maker
Sophia Lamude 21 Spinster   42 William Street Henry Lamude Chair Maker
In the presence of us: Henry Lamude and Emma Wood

Children

James and Sophia had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
22 Dec 1867 03 Jul 1876
01 May 1877
Frederick James 10 White Cross Place, Shoe Maker Hackney St Agatha
1870 23 Jun 1876 Henry James White Cross Place, Shoe Maker Hackney St Agatha
1879   Albert George Mother’s maiden name Lamude Bethnal Green
1884 12 Oct 1884 James Edward 3 Little Anchir Street, Boot Maker Hackney St Agatha

Census

1871

Dwelling – 32 White Cross Place, St Leonard, London, Middlesex
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Henry Baxter Head M 32 Bootmaker Winchester
Sophia Baxter Wife M 30   Mile End
James Baxter Son   4   Shoreditch
Henry Baxter Son   0   Shoreditch

1881

Dwelling – 3 Little Anchor Street, Bethnal Green
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
James Baxter Head M 41 Bootmaker Ipswich
Sophia Baxter Wife M 40   Middlesex
Frederick Baxter Son   13   Middlesex
Henry Baxter Son   10   Middlesex
Albert Baxter Son   1   Middlesex

1891

Dwelling – 15 Thorold Street, Bethnal Green
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
James Baxter Head M 51 Bootmaker Journeyman Suffolk
Sophia Baxter Wife M 50   Middlesex
Albert Baxter Son   13   Bethnal Green
James Baxter Son   7   Bethnal Green

1901

Dwelling – 15 Thorold Street, Bethnal Green
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
James Baxter Head M 62 Bootmaker Ipswich
Sophia Baxter Wife M 61   Mile End
James Baxter Son S 16 French Polisher Bethnal Green

1911

Dwelling – 15 Thorold Street, Bethnal Green
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
James Baxter Head M 71 By Trade Bootmaker, unable to do any work Ipswich
Sophia Baxter Wife M 70   London
James Baxter Son S 26   Bethnal Green

Death

Bethnal Green District

Died Name Comment
1915 James Baxter Aged 75
1915 Sophia E Baxter Aged 74

What happened to the children of Joseph Baxter and Sarah Pepper of Ipswich?

Sarah Ann Maria Baxter (1837 – 1900)

Marriage

Sarah married John Calver (1817 – 1902) in 1880.

Harriet Baxter (1838 – 1839)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
29 Jan 1839 Harriet Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane infant

Eliza Martha Baxter (1840 – 1845)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
27 Nov 1845 Eliza Martha Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Walk, aged 5

Joseph George Baxter (1843 – 1848)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
10 Nov 1848 Joseph Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Walk, aged 5

Harriet Ellen Baxter (1845 – 1846)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
27 Jul 1846 Harriet Ellen Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane, aged 8 mths

What happened to the children of Emanuel Baxter and Maria Esther Rudland of Ipswich?

Emanuel Charles Baxter (1839 – 1928)

Marriage

Emanuel married Ann Elizabeth Vincent (1837 – 1894) the daughter of Abraham Vincent and Elizabeth Southgate, on the 17th July 1861, Ipswich St Mary Quay.

Children

Emanuel and Ann had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
1862 11 May 1862 Arthur Emanuel Son of Emanuel Charles and Ann, Painter Ipswich St Mary Quay
1863 30 Jul 1864 Emma Maria Daughter of Emanuel Charles and Ann, Plumber, Baker Street Ipswich St Clement
1866 21 Oct 1866 Alice Elizabeth Daughter of Emanuel Charles and Ann Parish Church of Nacton
1867 19 Jun 1867 Ellen Ann Daughter of Emanuel Charles and Ann Parish Church of Nacton
1868 29 Nov 1868 Laura Jane Daughter of Emanuel Charles and Ann Parish Church of Nacton
1870 07 Aug 1870 Julia Annie Daughter of Emanuel Charles and Ann Parish Church of Nacton
1872 07 Sep 1873 George Vincent Son of Emanuel Charles and Ann Parish Church of Nacton
1874 07 Aug 1874 Mary Anna Daughter of Emanuel Charles and Ann Parish Church of Nacton

Freeman of Ipswich

Emanuel Baxter – 1860 – Patriomony – Emanuel Baxter – Painter – Ipswich

Census

1871

Dwelling – 81 Village Lodge, Nacton
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Emauel C Baxter Head M 31 Plumber Ipswich
Ann Baxter Wife M 31   Offton
Arthur E Baxter Son   8 Scholar Ipswich
Emma M Baxter Daughter   7 Scholar Ipswich
Alice E Baxter Daughter   5 Scholar Ipswich
Jane L Baxter Daughter   2   Nacton
Julia A Baxter Daughter   0   Nacton
Ann E Hoxel Niece   5   Ipswich

1881

Dwelling – 7 Trinity Buildings, Allan Rd, Ipswich St Clement
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Emnauel C Baxter Head M 41 Plumber Ipswich
Ann Baxter Wife M 43   Offton
Arthur Baxter Son S 19 Iron Turner at works Ipswich
Emma Baxter Daughter S 17   Ipswich
Alice Baxter Daughter S 15   Ipswich
Laura Baxter Daughter   12 Scholar Ipswich
Julia Baxter Daughter   10 Scholar Ipswich
George Baxter Son   8 Scholar Ipswich
Mary Baxter Daughter   6 Scholar Ipswich

1891

Dwelling – 59 Alan Road, Ipswich St Clement
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Emnauel C Baxter Head M 51 Plumber Ipswich
Ann Baxter Wife M 54   Offton
Emma M Baxter Daughter S 26   Ipswich
Julia A Baxter Daughter S 20   Ipswich
George V Baxter Son S 18 Iron Turner’s Apprentice Ipswich

1901

Dwelling -12 Lancaster Road, Ipswich St Helen
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Emnauel C Baxter Head Wid 61 Plumber Ipswich
Emma M Baxter Daughter S 37 Housekeeper Ipswich
Ethel M Symonds Visitor   32 Cook Domestic Ipswich

1911

Dwelling -12 Lancaster Road, Ipswich St Helen
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Emnauel C Baxter Head Wid 71 Paper Hanger Ipswich
Emma Maria Baxter Daughter S 47 Housekeeper Ipswich
William Henry Goddard Boarder S 29 Cycle Mechanic Ipswich

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Ipswich Journal 20 Jul 1861 Baxter – Vincent – 17th instant, at St Mary Key Church, Ipswich, by the Rev. J. Duningham, Incumbent, Emanuel Charles Baxter, to Ann, eldest daughter of Mr A Vincent, veterinary surgeon, Offton, in this county.

Death

Ipswich Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
17 Mar 1894 Ann Elizabeth Baxter Of Ipswich St Helen, 12 Lancaster Road, aged 57, died 12 Mar

Ipswich District

Died Name Comment
1928 Emanuel C Baxter Aged 89

Henry George Baxter (1841 – 1842)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
14 Apr 1842 Henry George Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane, infant

William Edward Baxter (1842 – 1842)

Death

Ipswich District

Buried Name Comment
1842 William Edward Baxter Aged 0

Maria Esther Baxter (1844 – 1844)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
25 Sep 1844 Maria Esther Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, infant

John Robert Baxter (1848 – 1883)

Marriage

John married Eliza Beckett (1850 – 1931) the daughter of Thomas Beckett and Sarah Brown in 1869. After John died, Eliza married John Arthur Barker (1846 – 1924) in 1899.

Children

John and Eliza had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
1870 26 Jun 1870 Emma Eliza Daughter of John Robert and Eliza, Painter, Foundation Street Ipswich St Mary Quay

Freeman of Ipswich

John Baxter – 1870 – Patriomony – Emanuel Baxter – Painter – Ipswich

Census

1871 – Living at home

1881

Dwelling – 30 Foundation Street, Ipswich St Helen
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
John R Baxter Head M 33 Plumber Ipswich
Eliza Baxter Wife M 31   Ipswich
Emma E Baxter Daughter   11 Scholar Ipswich

1891

Dwelling – 50 Foundation Street, Ipswich St Helen
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Eliza Baxter Head Wid 40 Clerk and Sexton Ipswich
Alice Osborne Niece   14   Ipswich
Frank Jennings Boarder S 17   Ipswich

Directories

Directory Name Year Place Private / Commercial Name and Service
Kelly’s Directory 1892 Ipswich Commercial Baxter Mrs, Parish Clerk, St Mary Key
Kelly’s Directory 1892 Ipswich Private Baxter Mrs J, 50 Foundation Street
Kelly’s Directory 1900 Ipswich Commercial Baxter Mrs, Parish Clerk, St Mary Key

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Ipswich Journal 01 May 1883 Baxter – 26th ult., John Robert Baxter, aged 35, many years clerk at St Mary Keys; greatly respected by all who knew him.
The Ipswich Journal 05 May 1883 Interments John R Baxter 35 years St Mary-at-the-Quay
May 2 Causes – Foundation Street – diseased Liver 35 years, male

Will Information

1883 – Personal Estate £81 14s 4d
Baxter John Robert – 16 June. Administration of the Personnal Estate of John Robert Baxter late of Ipswich in the County of Suffolk Painter and Plumber who died 26 April 1883 at Ipswich was granted at Ipswich to Eliza Baxter of 30 Foundation-Street Ipswich Widow the Relict.

Death

Ipswich Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
02 May 1883 John Robert Baxter

Of Ipswich St Mary Quay, Foundation Street, aged 35, Painter, died 26 Apr

Maria Esther Baxter (1850 – 1883)

Children

Maria had the following:

Born Name Comment Where
Jan 1871 Henry William Aldridge Mother’s maiden name Baxter Ipswich

Perhaps Henry was the son of Henry Aldridge, tailor of Stonham Aspall (1844) who married Maria Ann Ostinelli in 1870, Ipswich.

Marriage

Eliza married Simon P Cunningham (1841 – 1918) the son of George Cunningham and Magdalene (Lany) Springstead.
21stOctober 1880 – Bayham, Eglin, Ontario, Canada
Simon P Cunningham – Aged 39 – Carpenter – Born: Canada – Residing in: TP Houghton – Son of: George Cunningham and Magdalene Springstead
Maria Esther Baxter – Aged 28 – Born: England – Residing in: Baylam – Daughter of: Emanuel and Maria Esther Baxter
Witnessed By: E A Graham and Miriam Graham of Baylam, Canada.

Mary Ann Bridget Baxter (1855 – 1857)

Death

Ipswich St Clement

Buried Name Comment
18 Jun 1857 Bridget Baxter Of Ipswich St Clement, infant

What happened to the children of Charles Baxter and Betsy Woods of Ipswich?

Adelaide Betsy Baxter (1843 – 1906)

Marriage

Adelaide married Harry Keeble (1841 – 1921) the son of George Keeble and Mary Smyth, in 1862.

Martha Lucy Baxter (1845 – 1909)

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
Evening Star 07 May 1909

DEATHS
Baxter.-On May 1st, Martha L. Baxter, youngest daughter of the late Charles Baxter aged 64 years.

Death

Ipswich District

Died Name Comment
1909 Martha Lucy Baxter Aged 64

Charles George Baxter (1846 – 1881)

Marriage

Charles married Harriet Smith (1850 – ?) the daughter of William Smith and Mary Ann Fryatt. After Charles died in 1881, Harriet herself dissappears, she either remarried or died, but this took place in the London area.

Parish Church of Spitalfields Christ Church – 31st March, 1872
Name and surname Age Condition Rank or profession Residence at the time of Marriage Fathers name and surname Rank or profession of father
Charles George Baxter 26 Bachelor Plumber & Gas Fitter Church Street Charles Baxter Licensed Victualler
Harriet Smith 21 Spinster   Church Street William Smith Boot Maker
In the presence of us: Edward Smith and Mary Ann Stanson

Children

Charles and Harriet had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
07 Sep 1872 08 Dec 1872 Charles Alfred Plumbstead Plumber and Gas Fitter Plumbstead St George
25 Dec 1880 30 Oct 1881 Herbert Arthur Charles George and Harriet, 16 Mount St Ipswich St Mary Elm

Census

1871

Dwelling – 147 Sandy Hill, Plumstead, Kent
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Harry Keeble Head M 29 Engine Fitter Ipswich
Adelaide Keeble Wife M 27   Ipswich
Frederick Keeble Son   5 Scholar Ipswich
Albert C Keeble Son   2   Plumstead
Charles G Baxter Brother-In-Law Unmar 25 Plumber and Painter Ipswich

1881 – Charles was at home in Ipswich

Dwelling – 27 Newcombe Street, Kensington, London
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Harriet Baxter Head M 30   Ipswich
Charles Baxter Son   8   Plumstead
Herbert Baxter Son   0   Kensington

1891

Dwelling – 1 Amherst Street, Canton, Glamorganshire
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Alfred Sheldrick Head M 57 Bootmaker Ipswich
Clara Sheldrick Wife M 52   Suffolk
Hester Sheldrick Daughter   11 Scholar Cardiff
Charles Baxter Cousin unmar 17 Apprentice to Bootmaker London
Herbert Baxter Cousin   10 School News Boy London

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Ipswich Journal 09 Jul 1878 Petty Session Reports
Ipswich
Robbery from the Person by a Child. – Henry C. Cook, a little boy, ten years of age, living with his parents in Hamilton Street, Victoria Street, was charged with stealing 4s. 6d. in silver money, from the person of a child named Charles Alfred Baxter.
The child Baxter is the son of Charles George Baxter, landlord of the Bold Crispin Inn, Rope Walk. His mother is a tailoress, and works for Mr. Alston, of the Butter Market, and on the day in question she sent him to Mr. Alston’s with some work, for which she expected him to bring home 7s. The money was given to him and placed in his pockets, and he started for home. When near the Theatre the child met Cook, who asked him if he had got any money, and on his replying that he had the prisoner put his hand in Baxter’s pocket and took out 4s 6d., and ran off with it. Suspicion being directed towards the prisoner, Mrs Baxter called at his parents’ house; and Policeman Porter found that he had been spending money very freely, and being bought before the child Baxter, the latter at once recognised him as the boy who had taken the money from his pocket.
Prisoner pleaded guilty.
The Chairman said that this was not prisoner’s first offence, and he regretted that the Magistrates had not the power to order him a whipping. He would now be sentenced to 14 days imprisonment, and unless he altered his evil course he would be contained in a reformatory school.
The Ipswich Journal 16 Jul 1881 Baxter – 8th inst., of consumption, Charles George, only son of the late Charles Baxter, Bold Crispin Inn, Ipswich, aged 35 years.

Death

Ipswich Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
13 Jul 1881 Charles George Baxter

Of Ipswich St Clement, Rope Lane, aged 35, Painter, died 08 Jul

What happened to the children of Henry Baxter and Emma Milborn of Ipswich?

Alfred Charles Baxter (1860 – 1915)

Marriage

Alfred married Rosa Cooper (1862 – 1957) the daughter of George Cooper and Emma Harsant, in 1880.

Children

Alfred and Rosa had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
28 Jul 1881 05 Nov 1882 Ernest Frederick Charles 22 Warner Street, Coach Painter Islington St Mary Magdalene
1883   Eric Thomas Mother’s maiden name Cooper Islington
1885 16 Sep 1888 Edgar James 49 Sailsbury Road, Watch Maker Haringey St Mark
1886   Alfred Stanley Mother’s maiden name Cooper Islington
1888 16 Sep 1888 Claud Vere 49 Sailsbury Road, Watch Maker Haringey St Mark
1890   Lawford Hugh Mother’s maiden name Cooper Woodgreen
1891   Lilian Constance Mother’s maiden name Cooper Southgate
1894   Edith Charlotte Mother’s maiden name Cooper Woodgreen

Census

1881 – Alfred was at home with his parents and recorded as single and Rosa was missing

1891

Dwelling – 5 Alexandra Terrace, Edmonton
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Alfred C Baxter Head M 31 Coach Painter and Write Ipswich
Rosa Baxter Wife M 29   Saxmundham
Ernest F C Baxter Son   9   Islington
Edgar J Baxter Son   6   Islington
Claud V Baxter Son   3   Woodgreen

1901

Dwelling – 125 Farrant Avenue, Woodgreen, Middlesex
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Alfred C Baxter Head M 41 Coach Painter Ipswich
Rosa Baxter Wife M 38   Rendham
Ernest F Charles Baxter Son S 19 Ironmonger’s Assistant Islington
Edgar James Baxter Son S 16 Oildman’s Assistant Islington
Claud Vere Baxter Son   13   Woodgreen
Lillian Baxter Daughter   9   Southgate
Edith Baxter Daughter   7   Woodgreen

1911

Dwelling – 13 Vincent Road, Woodgreen, Middlesex
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Alfred Charles Baxter Head M 50 Coach Painter and Write Ipswich
Rosa Baxter Wife M 48   Rendham
Claud Vere Baxter Son S 23 Coach Painter and Write Woodgreen
Lillian ConstanceBaxter Daughter S 19 Blouse Maker Woodgreen
Edith Baxter Daughter S 17 Blouse Maker Woodgreen

Death

Edmonton District

Died Name Comment
1915 Alfred C Baxter Aged 53

Woodgreen District

Died Name Comment
1957 Rosa Baxter Aged 95

Emma Baxter (1867 – 1885)

Death

Ipswich Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
20 May1885 Emma Baxter Of Ispswich St Margaret, Argyle Street, aged 18, spinster, died 17 May

Clara Baxter (1874 – 1958)

Children

Clara had the following:

Born Name Comment Where
24 Jun 1898 Henry Birth not registered? West Drayton

Census

1911

Dwelling – Gees Yard, Ipswich St Helen
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Clara Baxter Head S 36 Hand button hole work London Highgate
Henry Baxter Son   12 Errand Boy Between School West Drayton, Middlesex

Marriage

Clara married Ernest Albert Peacock (1878 – 1966) the son of John Peacock and Jane Dye in 1933.

What happened to the children of Edward Baxter and Caroline Elizabeth Cant of Ipswich?

Edward Charles Baxter (1875 – 1958)

Marriage

Edward married Edith Mary West (1877 – 1942) the daughter of Alfred West and Elizabeth Allen, in 1899.

Children

Edward and Edith had the following:

Born Name Comment Where
08 Apr 1899 Dorothy Edith Mother’s maiden name West Northfleet
25 Dec 1901 Alfred Charles Mother’s maiden name West Erith
1905 Female Mother’s maiden name West Ipswich
08 Jun 1906 Eugenia Elizabeth Mother’s maiden name West Ipswich
1910/11 Gladys   Ipswich
18 Jun 1912 Wilfred Thomas Mother’s maiden name West Ipswich
1919 Douglas Philip Mother’s maiden name West Ipswich

Census

1901

Dwelling – 93 Riverdale Road, Dartford, Kent
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Edward Baxter Head M 26 Timber Piler Ipswich
Edith Baxter Wife M 23   Ipswich
Dorothy Baxter Daughter   1   Northfleet
Fred West Boarder   39 Smith’s Hammerman in gun works Ipswich

1911

Dwelling – 46 Parade Road, Ipswich
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Edward Charles Baxter Head M 36 Labourer Ipswich
Edith Mary Baxter Wife M 33   Ipswich
Dorothy Edith Baxter Daughter   11   Northfleet
Alfred Charles Baxter Son   9   Erith
Eugenea Victoria Baxter Daughter   4   Ipswich
Gladys Baxter Daughter   Under 1mnth   Ipswich

Will Information

1942 – Effects £552 11s 3d
Baxter Edith Mary of 36 Belle Vue-Road Ipswich (wife of Edward Charles Baxter) died 7 September 1942 Administration Ipswich 6 October to Alfred Charles Baxter police-sergant.

1958 – Effects £17 15s 3d
Baxter Edward Charles of Heathfields Woodbridge Road East Ipswich died 31 March 1958 at Stow Lodge Hospital Onehouse Suffolk Administration Ipswich 11 June to Douglas Philip Baxter haulage contractors manager.

Death

Ipswich District

Died Name Comment
07 Sep 1942 Edith M Baxter Aged 65
31 Mar 1958 Edward C Baxter Aged 83

Anna Elizabeth/Elizabeth Annie Baxter (1876 – 1894)

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Ipswich Journal 30 Jan 1892 IPSWICH POLICE COURT. MONDAY. Before the Mayor (D Ford Goddard, Esq), in the chair, Alfred Wrinch, Esq., R. M, Miller, Esq., and Col. J. H. Josselyn.
A SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A FATHER.-Edward Chas Baxter, labourer, Wingfield Street, was charged a with an attempted felonious assault upon hit daughter, Elizabeth Annie Baxter, aged 15 years.-Mr. H. K. Moseley (instructed by the N.S.P.C.C.) prosecuted, and a Mr. John Mills defended.-Mr. Moseley, in opening the, case, remarked that the complainant, by her outward appearance looked much older, but he had a certificate of her birth, which stated that she was born on the 28th November, 1876. The present charge was taken under the Criminal Law Amendment Act, and he asked that the defendant should he committed to take his trial. He called the complainant, who stated that she was 15 years old. About eight o’clock on the morning of the 6th inst., her father came to see her at Mrs. Ruffle’s, Alan Road, where she was employed as a general servant. She said to him, "What have you come for?" He said he wanted to know whether she went out on the Sunday. She replied, "No." He then put his arm round her neck and kissed her. He pulled her into the kitchen, and tried to push her down. She screamed, and a neighbour, named Mrs. Whitam, came to the door, and her father hid himself in the keeping-room. Mrs. Whitam did not stop above a minute. Her father then pushed her down, and committed the assault complained of. She screamed, and he put his hand over her mouth. She said she would tell her mother, and defendant, replied "No doubt." Witness never made any complaint to her mistress that day, because she was ill. The next day she complained to her mistress, and the same afternoon she obtained a warrant for the defendant’s apprehension. The complainant was cross examined at length by Mr. Mills, the most important facts being that her parents had often reproved her with reference to going about with men and boys.
-Police-constable Catchpole said the defendant made no reply in answer to the charge – Police-sergeant Grimwood said the ‘defendant’s wife came to see her husband whilst he was in custody at the Police Station on the 8th instant. Witness heard her say to him "What did you go there for” Defendant said he could not talk the matter over there. She repeated the question several times, and he said. "I went there to see her about that affair. I knocked her down, and that was all I did. As to the rest, it is false. I was watching her all day Sunday."-Mr. Moseley asked that the case might be adjourned for a week, as he had two important witnesses to call, who were unable to come through illness. He had got all the facts of the case it was possible to produce that day, in order that the defendant, who had been several times remanded, might see the nature of the charge. Magistrates granted the application, bail being accepted as before, defendant in £10 and one surety of £5.
East Anglian Daily Times 02 Feb 1892 The serious Charge Against A Father- On the application of Mr. Moseley, the charge against Edward Charles Baxter, of 2, Little Wingfield Street, of attempting to assault his daughter, Elizabeth Annie Baxter, was again adjourned for a week. The cause of the adjournment, was that Mrs. Ruffles, the prosecutrix’s mistress, was still too ill to attend and give evidence, which Mr. Moseley considered important. The same bail was allowed as on the previous occasion.
East Anglian Daily Times 09 Feb 1892 —Edward Charles Baxter, labourer, Little Wingfield Street, again appeared to answer the charge of attempting It assault Elizabeth Annie Baxter, his daughter, under the age of 16 yean.—Mr. Moseley appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Hills defended.— After hearing the evidence of Mrs. Ruffles, mistress of the complainant, Mr. Hills contended that proof had not been given that the girl was under 16 yean of age, and further contended that the Bench could not commit for trial the uncorroborated testimony of the girl. Her tale was entirely concocted.—Defendant was called, and gave a total denial to the allegations made against him by his daughter.—The Bench did not think any jury would convict on the evidence produced, and dismissed the charge.
Ipswich Journal 14 Jul 1894 ENVELOPED IN FLAMES. TERBIBLE DEATH OF AN IPSWICE SERVANT. A VICTIM OF INEXPERIENCE, An inquest was held on Monday afternoon at the East Suffolk Hospital, before the deputy-coroner (W. B. Jackaman, Esq.), relative to the death of Annie Baxter, aged 17, daughter of Edward Charles and Caroline Baxter, residing at 41, Beck Street, whose death occurred on the previous evening at that institution- Deceased’s mother said she saw her daughter on Sunday at the Hospital. She was conscious, but made no statement as to how she got the burns which ended in her death. – Witness had never used an oil stove in her house, and deceased had no experience in regard to them.-Mrs. Lockwood, landlady of the Lifeboat Inn, Wherstead road, said deceased had been in her service as general servant about three mouths. On Friday week, by her directions, deceased purchased an oil stove, and had used it for cooking every day since. She attended to the trimming of it, telling witness she had experience in the past of similar stoves. On Saturday, after cooking, witness told her to leave the stove for a time before refilling it. She gave her this advice because deceased had on a previous occasion filled the stove when warm, and had complained that "it popped up" and frightened her. Witness did not know whether by "it" she meant the flame. Instead of acting upon her advice deceased within three minutes refilled the stove, and witness heard screams and saw her
ALL IN FLAMER
rushing into a passage. Witness threw a rug upon her, but she rushed into the yard. She was subsequently removed to the Hospital.-Mr. B. W. Brogden, surgeon, said whilst passing the Lifeboat he was called in. Deceased’s burns had been dressed with oil, and he advised her removal to the Hospital. Deceased was severely burnt, especially about the lower extremities. He was of opinion that death resulted from shock consequent upon the extensive burns.-Mr. Jno. L. Dalby, house-surgeon at the Hospital, agreed with this evidence. – Robert Smith (deceased’s young men) called at the Lifeboat for refreshment. He visited the yard, and whilst passing an out-house deceased, who was standing near the stove called to him, and he understood her to say, "Will you fill this for me?". He imagined she was referring to the stove. About two minutes afterwards he heard something (believed to be the oil can) dropped upon the floor and calls for help. He then saw deceased all in flames, and rendered all the assistance he could. He also put out the stove, which was all ablaze, and also the flames all over the floor. – Jane Snelling, 335, Wherstead Road, who helped to dress the deceased’s wounds, and accompanied her in the cab to the Hospital, said deceased told her the saucepan containing potatoes did not quite boil, and as the stove was apparently going out, she picked up the oil can and began to fill it. The stove immediately "flew on fire." She bounced the can down, and the oil spreading over her clothing set it on fire. She admitted her mistress instructed her not to re-trim the stove until after dinner. – The Jury returned a verdict of "Accidental death," and expressed the desire, through the medium of the Press, to impress upon the public the necessity for exercising every care and attention in the use of these stoves.

Death

Ipswich Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
13 Jul 1894 Annie Elizabeth Baxter Of Ipswich St Margaret, Beck Street, aged 17, died 08 Jul at the East Suffolk Hospital

Robert William Baxter (1881 – 1967)

Marriage

Robert married Angelina Emma Aldous (1885 – 1965) the granddaughter of George and Louisa Aldous and possibly the daughter of Emma Aldous, in 1905.

Children

Robert and Angelina had the following:

Born Name Comment Where
1905 Hilda Mother’s maiden name Aldous Ipswich
1906 Robert Mother’s maiden name Aldous Ipswich
1909 Nellie Mother’s maiden name Aldous Ipswich
1911 Doris Mother’s maiden name Aldous Ipswich
1913 Elsie Mother’s maiden name Aldous Ipswich
1916 George Mother’s maiden name Aldous Ipswich

Census

1911

Dwelling – 17 Prospect Road, Ipswich
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Robert Baxter Head M 30 Carman Ipswich
Angelina Baxter Wife M 26   Ipswich
Hilda Baxter Daughter   5   Ipswich
Robert Baxter Son   4   Ipswich
Mary* Baxter Daughter   1   Ipwich

*Error should be Nellie.

Will Information

1967 – Effects £3680
Baxter Robert William otherwise Robert of 133 Britannia Road Ipswich died 4 February 1967 at Ipswich and East Suffolk Hospital (Heath Road Wing) Ipswich Probate Ipswich 27 July to Cyril Smith house decorator and Kathleen Stannard Widow.

Death

Ipswich District

Died Name Comment
1965 Angelina E Baxter Aged 80
04 Feb 1967 Robert W Baxter Aged 86

Ada Louisa Baxter (1883 – 1912)

Education

Date of Birth Admission Date School Guardian Abode Date Left Reason Left
11 Dec 1883 20 Feb 1893 St Matthew’s Primary School Ipswich Edward Baxter 71 Beck Street 27 Sep 1895  

Marriage

Ada married William Ernest Turner (1879 – 1943) the son of Joseph Turner and Eliza Denny, in 1905.

Caroline Kate/Kate Caroline Baxter (1888 – 1973)

Education

Date of Birth Admission Date School Guardian Abode Date Left Reason Left
03 Jun 1888 06 Jan 1902 Westbourne Infant School, London Road, Ipswich   48 Cullingham Road   Exempt

Will Information

1973 – Effects £7328
Baxter Kate of Briar Cottage Falkenham Road Kirton Ipswich died 16 October 1973 Administration Ipswich 21 November.

Death

Ipswich District

Died Name Comment
1973 Kate Caroline S Baxter Born 11 Dec* 1891

*Older sister Ada Louisa’s birthday was on the 11th December

Edith Maria Baxter (1893 – 1959)

Education

Date of Birth Admission Date School Guardian Abode Date Left Reason Left
03 Mar 1893 06 Jan 1902 Westbourne Infant School, London Road, Ipswich   48 Cullingham Road 02 Mar 1906 Exempt

Marriage

Edith married George Arthur Drake (1894 – 1964) the son of George Drake and Catherine Readett, in 1915.

Daisy Mabel Baxter (1895 – 1974)

Marriage

Daisy married Abraham Edgar Bayles (1886 – 1944) the son of Thomas William Bayles and Elizabeth Garling.

What happened to the children of Emanuel Charles Baxter and Ann Elizabeth Vincent of Ipswich?

Arthur Emanuel Baxter (1862 – ?)

Marriage

Arthur married Annie Letitia Pitt (1861 – ?) the daughter of Thomas Pitt and Sarah Thorpe, on the 5th April, 1885.

Freeman of Ipswich

Arthur Baxter – 1883 – Patriomony – Emanuel Baxter – Turner – Ipswich

Census

1891

Dwelling – 45 Sandy Hill Road, Plumstead
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Arthur E Baxter Head M 29 Iron Turner Ipswich
Annie L Baxter Wife M 29   Ipswich

Electoral Registers show Arthur living at 45 Sandy Hill Road in 1891, by 1892 he had moved to 63 Brookhill Road

1901

Dwelling – 15 Brocklehurst Street, St Paul Deptford
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Arthur E Baxter Head M 39 Iron Turner Ipswich
Annie L Baxter Wife M 39   Ipswich
Mary A Baxter Sister S 27   Ipswich
Ellen Melford Nurse child   1   Greenwich
Douglas Edwards Nurse child   7mths   New Cross

Electoral Registers show Arthur living at 15 Brocklehurst Street from 1900 to 1903. After that he disappears.

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The Ipswich Journal 11 Apr 1885 Baxter – Pitt – 5th inst., at St Clements church, Ipswich, by the Rev. H. M. Holderness, Arthur Emanuel, eldest son of Emanuel C. Baxter, to Annie Letitia, eldest daughter of Captain Thomas Pitt, both of Alan-Road, Ipswich.

Emma Maria Baxter (1864 – 1939)

Death

Ipswich District

Died Name Comment
1939 Emma Maria Baxter Aged 76

Alice Elizabeth Baxter (1866 – 1926)

Census

1891

Dwelling – 17 Henley Road, Ipswich St Margaret
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Alice E Baxter Servant S 26 Cook Domestic Ipswich

1901

Dwelling – 17 Henley Road, Ipswich St Margaret
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Alice E Baxter Servant S 35 Cook Domestic Ipswich

1911

Dwelling – Temples, Chipping Hill, Witham
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Alice E Baxter Servant S 41 Cook Domestic Ipswich

Death

Ipswich District

Died Name Comment
1926 Alice E Baxter Aged 60

Ellen Ann Baxter (1867 – 1869)

Death

Nacton St Martin

Buried Name Comment
30 Oct 1869 Ellen Ann Baxter Aged 2

Julia Annie Baxter (1870 – ?)

Marriage

Julia married Charles Grayston (1870 – 1942) the son of Ellis Grayston and Louisa Miller, in 1898.

George Vincent Baxter (1872 – 1928)

Marriage

George married Nellie Chaplin (1869 – 1962) the daughter of Elizabeth Chaplin, on the 19th April, 1897.

Children

George and Nellie had the following:

Born Name Comment Where
1898 Charles George Mother’s maiden name Chaplin Braintree
1900 Sydney Arthur Mother’s maiden name Chaplin Braintree
1905 Reginald Vincent Mother’s maiden name Chaplin Braintree

Freeman of Ipswich

George Baxter – 1894 – Patriomony – Emanuel Baxter – Fitter – Ipswich

Census

1901

Dwelling – Manor Road, Braintree, Essex
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
George V Baxter Head M 28 Iron Casement Fitter Nacton
Nellie Baxter Wife M 31   Braintree
Charles G Baxter Son   2   Braintree
Sydney A Baxter Son   0   Braintree

1911

Dwelling – 106 Pretoria Avenue, Walthamstow, Essex
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
George Vincent Baxter Head M 38 Newsagent Nacton
Nellie Baxter Wife M 41 Assisting with the business Bocking
Charles George Baxter Son   12 School Braintree
Sydney Arthur Baxter Son   10 School Braintree
Reginald Vincent Baxter Son   5 School Braintree

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
Saffron Walden Weekly 30 Apr 1897 BAXTER – CHAPLIN.-19th April, at St. Michael’s Church, Braintree, George Vincent Baxter, of Ipswich, to Nellie Chaplin, of Braintree.

Will Information

1928 – Effects £179 5s 6d
Baxter George Vincent of 106 Pretoria-avenue Walthamstow Essex died 25 June 1928 Administration London 16 August to Nellie Baxter widow.

Death

Waltham Forest, Queens Road Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
28 Jun 1928 George Vincent Baxter Of 106 Pretoria Avenue, Aged 55, ICA 266

Battersea District

Died Name Comment
1962 Nelie Baxter Aged 92

Mary Anna Baxter (1874 – 1950)

Census

1901

Dwelling – 15 Brocklehurst Street, St Paul Deptford
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Arthur E Baxter Head M 39 Iron Turner Ipswich
Annie L Baxter Wife M 39   Ipswich
Mary A Baxter Sister S 27   Ipswich
Ellen Melford Nurse child   1   Greenwich
Douglas Edwards Nurse child   7mths   New Cross

Marriage

Mary Anna Baxter married Robert Knibbs (1880 – 1955) the son of Elias Knibbs and Sarah Winterbourne.

Thornbury – 19th December, 1905
Robert Knibbs – 26 – Thornbury – born Thornbury – Wid – Market Gardener – Son of Elias Knibbs and Sarah Winterbourne.
Mary Baxter – 30 – Tarconts – born England – Wid – Lady – Daughter of Emanuel Charles Baxter and Ann E. Vincent.

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
East Anglian Daily Times 22 Dec 1905 Marriages
Knibbs – Baxter.-On December 19th, at Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Robert Knibbs, of Thornbury, Ontario, Canada, to Mary Baxter, youngest daughter of Emmanuel Charles Baxter, of 12, Lancaster Road, Ipswich.

What happened to the child of John Robert Baxter and Eliza Beckett of Ipswich?

Emma Eliza Baxter (1870 – 1890)

Death

Ipswich Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
09 Dec 1890 Emma Eliza Baxter

Of Ipswich St Mary Quay, Foundation Street, aged 20, Spinster, died 03 Dec

What happened to the child of Maria Esther Baxter of Ipswich?

Henry William Aldridge Baxter (1871 – 1871)

Death

Ipswich Cemetery

Buried Name Comment
15 Sep 1871 Henry William Aldridge Baxter Of Ipswich St Mary Quay, Foundation Street, aged 8 mths, died 10 Sep

What happened to the childdren of Charles George Baxter and Harriet Smith of Ipswich?

Charles Alfred Baxter (1872 – 1930)

Charles left for Wellington New Zealand sometime between 1902 and 3rdMay 1906, when Ellen, Jack and Margaret left to join him on the Athenic. By 1915 the family had settled in Perth, Australia

Marriage

Charles married Ellen Annie Jane Price/Anne Ellen Jane Price (1874 – 1963) the daughter of Henry Price and Jane Croatt, in 1898.

Children

Charles and Ellen had the following:

Born Baptized Name Comment Where
27 Jan 1900 25 Mar 1900 Jack (John) Leslie 14 Admaston Road, Machinist Plumstead St James
1902   Margaret Eileen Mother’s maiden name Price Plumstead
1913   George Henry   Perth

Census

1901

Dwelling – 14 Admaston Road, Plumstead, London
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Charles A Baxter Head M 28 Driller (Branch of Engineering) Plumstead
Ellen A J Baxter Wife M 26   Tidenham
Jack L Baxter Son   1   Plumstead

1911 – Charles Alfred Baxter – North Wellington, New Zealand
1915 – Charles Alfred Baxter – Perth, Australia

Newspapers

Newspaper Date Comment
The West Australia 11 Nov 1930 Baxter – On November 10, at Perth, Charles Alfred, dearly beloved husband of Ellen, found father of Jack, Margaret (Mrs E. Maddren, Nedlands) and George

Death

Karrakatta Cemetery

Died Name Comment
10 Nov 1930 Charles Alfred Baxter

Of West Subiaco, aged 53. Gravesite 0251
08 Jan 1963 Ellen Annie Jane Baxter

Of Shenton Park, aged 88. Daughter of Henry and Jane. Cremation. Gravesite 0251

Herbert Arthur Baxter (1880 – 1947)

Marriage

Herbert married Mary Jane Bennett (1874 – 1952) the daughter of William Knight and Jane Soper and the widow of Thomas Henry Bennett (d.1902), in 1914.

Census

1901 – Living witgh his grandmother, Betty Baxter in Ipswich.

1911

Dwelling – 101 The Peg????, Beresford Road, Gillingham, Kent
Name Relationship Marital Status Age Occupation Where Born
Herbert Arthur Baxter Boarder S 30 Engineer Fitter Royal Dockyard Notthing Hill Gate, London

Will Information

1947 – Effects £1872 11s
Baxter Herbert Arthur of 167 Well Halt-road Eltham London died 5 March 1947 Administration London 23 July to Mary Jane Baxter widow and Jack Leslie Baxter schoolmaster.

1952 – Effects £1018 1s 11d
Baxter Mary Jane of 13 Kidbrooke-lane Eltham London widow died 2 May 1952 Probate London 19 June to William Samuel Bennett electric engineer and Jack Leslie Baxter school-master.

Death

Woolwich District

Died Name Comment
05 Mar 1947 Herbert Arthur Baxter Aged 66
02 May 1952 Mary Jane Baxter Aged 77

What happened to the child of Clara Baxter of Ipswich?

Henry Baxter (1898 – 1969)

Education

Date of Birth Admission Date School Guardian Abode Date Left Reason Left
24 Jun 1898 02 Sep 1902 Argyle Street School, Ipswich George* Baxter 58 Samuel Road 09 Oct 1902 Will not come back again till the ?
24 Jun 1898 07 Jan 1907 St Margaret’s School, Smart Street, Ipswich Henry* Baxter 4 Suffolk Road 28 Jul 1911 P.D.H Errand Boy

*No idea who George migth be, Henry Baxter would be the grandfather.

Marriage

Henry married Elizabeth Buyers Davidson (1900 – 1972) the daughter of William B and Janett Davidson, in 1930.

Children

Henry and Elizabeth had the following:

Born Name Comment Where
After 1918 Jean M D Mother’s maiden name Davidson Ipswich
After 1918 Douglas D Mother’s maiden name Davidson Ipswich

Will Information

1969 – Effects £5597
Baxter Henry of 55 Kensington Road Ipswich died 21 July 1969, Administration Ipswich 12 September.

1972 – Effects £17,278
Baxter Elizabeth Buyers of 55 Kenisington Road Ipswich died 5 May 1972 Probabte Ipswich 7 August.

Death

St Pancras District

Died Name Comment
21 Jul 1969 Henry Baxter Born 24 Je 1898

Ipswich District

Died Name Comment
05 May 1972 Elizabeth B Baxter Born 23 Ag 1900