Lucy Ann Everett

#10750, b. 2 April 1863

This is the pub on 7 Sister's Road, as it had the same address even way back then

Individual's Timeline

Birth2 April 1863Lucy Ann Everett
Christening6 September 1863Lucy Ann Everett1,2

Primary events

Census details

  • She appeared on the census taken on the night of 2nd April 1871, living in Kings Head Inn, Woodton, Norfolk, England in the household of her parents, John Arthur Everett and Emma Cattermole. She was 7 years old.
  • In 1891 in Islington Lucy Ann Everett was included in the household of William TREBY, the publican of 34 & 36 the Public House on Seven Sisters Road, and his family. Lucy, transcribed as HOVERETT, is one of 2 domestic servants. This must have been a large establishment as there are also 6 barmen and 2 bar maids living there as well.

Child of Lucy Ann Everett

Citations

  1. Free parish registers, online http://www.freereg.org.uk,      Norfolk
    Place     Woodton
    Church     All Saints
    RegisterNumber     743
    DateOfBirth     
    BaptismDate     06 Sep 1863
    Forename     Lucy Ann
    Sex     F
    FatherForename     John Arthur
    MotherForename     Emma
    FatherSurname     EVERRETT
    MotherSurname     
    Abode     Woodton
    FatherOccupation     Innkeeper
    Notes     
    FileNumber     8155.
  2. Certificate or Original Parish Reg Entry, Extract from original records, Family Search web site image # 50.
  3. Free parish registers, online http://www.freereg.org.uk, Norfolk
    Place     Woodton
    Church     All Saints
    RegisterNumber     306
    DateOfBirth     10 Dec 1888
    BaptismDate     18 Aug 1889
    Forename     William Arthur
    Sex     M
    FatherForename     
    MotherForename     Lucy Ann
    FatherSurname     
    MotherSurname     EVERRETT
    Abode     Woodton
    FatherOccupation     singlewoman
    Notes     
    FileNumber     9379.