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Hastings, Sussex

Looking for information about Henry Frederick BUMSTEAD (B:1826) and his family. He was a cooper (barrel maker) by trade and was born in Hastings. He married Mary Ann CLARK (B:1820) in Coventry in 1845. They seem to have moved often as their children were: Pheobe Ann (B:1848 in St Pancras, London, Frederick A (B:1851 in St Andrews, Middlesex, Mary Ann (B:1854 in Burton on Trent, Amelia (B: Feb 1856 in Burton on Trent, Louis Edward (B:Jan 1857 in Chelsea, Eliza E (B:1860 in Chatham, Kent. Amelia BUMSTEAD was my great grandmother (1856-1924) and married my grand-dad in Sept 1879 but don't know where. He was James HOLLINGTON (1854-1925) born in Bromley by Bow, and it is no surprise that he was a brewery worker. He only ever worked in breweries, living in MENT in 1881, but always in Walthamstow, Essex from 1884 to 1911 in various roads off of Wood Street.

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