Rebecca Elizabeth Everett

#3023, b. 14 April 1844, d. 26 March 1879

Individual's Timeline

Birth14 April 1844Rebecca Elizabeth Everett2,3,4
Christening8 July 1849Rebecca Elizabeth Everett5,6,7
Marriage29 September 1862Rebecca Elizabeth Everett2,3,4
Death26 March 1879Rebecca Elizabeth Blake2,4

Primary events

  • Birth: Rebecca Elizabeth Everett was born on 14 April 1844 in Tasburgh, Norfolk, England, Registered June quarter 1844 -.2,3,4
  • Christening: She was christened on 8 July 1849 in Woodton, Loddon, Norfolk, England. Possibly 23rd May same year. The latter is possibly the receiving into the church.5,6,7
  • Marriage: She married William Blake, son of William (Damaris) Blake and Honour Chittock, on Monday, 29 September 1862 in North Quay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, when they were 25 years ~&~ 18 years, 5 months and 15 days old. The ages as quoted on marriage certificate says William is 23 and Rebecca is 21. In actuality Rebecca is 18, and William should have been (if born in 1837) 25. At the time of the marriage, they were both living at the same address. Earlier, in 1861, William was living in Rebecca's family house as a servant. Maybe they eloped, and did not have parent's permission.2,3,4
  • Death: Rebecca died on 26 March 1879 in Pier Hill, Gorleston, Norfolk, England, Of Diarrhoea for 1 month. She does not appear in the St Nicholas Burial Register (Aged 34 years, 11 months and 12 days, worked back from recorded birth date).2,4

Secondary circumstances

  • Married Name: Her married name was Blake.2

Census details

Background information on Caister-on-sea, Norfolk, England, - Caister is a seaside village a couple of miles north of the well Known holiday resort of Great Yarmouth. When Elizabeth was there in the middle of the 19th Century, it would have been entirely a fishing community, and as our chap was a miller presumably a mill as well. According to www.norfolkmills,co.uk there was a mill -Caister East tower mill was 42-foot high red brick mill that stood adjacent to Beach Road. In 1835 the mill was using two pairs of French Stones and a flour powered by sails on a cast iron windshaft. In 1842, common sails had recently been replaced by patent sails. Also on the site at that time were a dwelling house, suitable storage, garden and a newly erected bakehouse. Clay Road runs between Tan Lane and Beach Road, and about 200 meters away is Old Mill Road, so it does not look as if the family lived in the mill. Maybe William just worked there. Rebecca and William married in 1862 and had moved to a mill in Gorleston 1879. The mill advertised for sale 13th September 1862 and then nothing until advertised again in July 1871.

Children of Rebecca Elizabeth Everett and William Blake

Citations

  1. Conclusion of, Shirley.
  2. Letter, Jean Eastoe to Shirley Elrick, 11/4/1999.
  3. Free UK BDM index from 1837, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com
  4. Copies of original certificates and docs.
  5. Free parish registers, online http://www.freereg.org.uk, Norfolk
    Place     Woodton
    Church     All Saints
    RegisterNumber     574
    DateOfBirth     14 Apr 1844
    BaptismDate     08 Jul 1849
    Forename     Rebecca Elizabeth
    Sex     F
    FatherForename     Robert Last
    MotherForename     Elizabeth Hephzibah
    FatherSurname     EVERRETT
    MotherSurname     
    Abode     Woodton
    FatherOccupation     Miller
    Notes     Born at Tasburgh
    FileNumber     8155.
  6. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
    7734130 - 1126174 Film NONE
    Sheet: 35.
  7. Certificate or Original Parish Reg Entry, Extract from original records, Family Search web site image # 40.