Susannah Jackson Aggiss1

#55165, b. 15 November 1877, d. December 1948

Individual's Timeline

Birth15 November 1877Susannah Jackson Aggiss1,2
Birth RegDecember 1877Susannah Jackson Aggiss1
Marr RegMarch 1906Susannah Jackson Aggiss3
Death of Father3 July 1916Francis Aggiss4
Probate7 November 1925Ellen Elizabeth Jackson
Deathbefore 1939Edmund Brand2
19391939Susannah Jackson Aggiss5
Death RegDecember 1948Susannah Jackson Aggiss6

Primary events

  • Birth: Susannah Jackson Aggiss was born on 15 November 1877 in Cosford, Suffolk, England.1,2
  • Birth Reg: Susannah's birth was registered in the quarter ended in December 1877 in the Cosford registration district.1
  • Marr Reg: The marriage of Susannah and Edmund Brand was registered in the quarter ended March 1906 in the Cosford registration district.3
  • Death of Father: Her father Francis Aggiss died on 3 July 1916 in Melton, Suffolk, England.4
  • (Admin_beneficiary_2) Probate: In 1925 Susannah Jackson Aggiss became one of the administrators named in the probate documents of Ellen Elizabeth Jackson; 3rd Administrator was Francis Charles Stanhope AGGISS. The Estate was valued at £1,655.
  • (Widow) Death: In 1939 Susannah Jackson was left a widow by the death of Edmund Brand.2
  • Death Reg: Susannah's death was registered in the quarter ended in December 1948 in the Ipswich registration district, No probate. (Her age calculates to 71 years).6

Secondary circumstances

  • Married Name: Her married name was Brand.3

Census details

Family of Susannah Jackson Aggiss and Edmund Brand

Citations

  1. Free UK BDM index from 1837, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com, Aggiss      Susannah Jackson            Cosford      4a     524.
  2. Find my past web sites, online http://www.findmypast.com or http://www.findmypast.com.au, Livermore Household (3 People) Ernfileds Feock , Truro R.D., Cornwall, England

         First name(s)      Last name(s)      DOB      Sex      Occupation      Marital status      Schedule      Schedule Sub Number      
         Susannah J      Brand      12 Nov 1877      Female      Incapacitated      Married (incorrectly transcribed)     123      6      
         Charles W G      Livermore      14 Nov 1875      Male      Secondary School Master Retired      Married      123      1      
         Mary      Livermore      09 Nov 1891      Female      Unpaid Domestic Duties      Married      123      2      

    Ref: RG101/6737C/009/42 Letter Code: WBOP.
  3. Free UK BDM index from 1837, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com, Aggiss      Susannah Jackson            Cosford     
    BRAND      Edmund            Cosford      4a     983.
  4. Website Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 (http://search.ancestry.com.au) "Scans of original documents or registers consulted."
  5. Find my past web sites, online http://www.findmypast.com or http://www.findmypast.com.au, Livermore Household (3 People) Ernfileds Feock , Truro R.D., Cornwall, England

         First name(s)      Last name(s)      DOB      Sex      Occupation      Marital status      Schedule      Schedule Sub Number      
         Susannah J      Brand      12 Nov 1877      Female      Incapacitated      Married      123      6      
         Charles W G      Livermore      14 Nov 1875      Male      Secondary School Master Retired      Married      123      1      
         Mary      Livermore      09 Nov 1891      Female      Unpaid Domestic Duties      Married      123      2      

    Ref: RG101/6737C/009/42 Letter Code: WBOP.
  6. Find my past web sites, online http://www.findmypast.com or http://www.findmypast.com.au, First name(s)      SUSANNAH J
    Last name      BRAND
    Gender      Female
    Birth day      -
    Birth month      -
    Birth year      1878
    Age      70
    Death quarter      4
    Death year      1948
    District      IPSWICH
    County      Suffolk
    Volume      4B
    Page      706
    Country      England
    Record set      England & Wales deaths 1837-2007
    Category      Life Events (BDMs)
    Subcategory      Deaths & burials
    Collections from      United Kingdom.