#21217, b. December 1847, d. before 1901
- Birth Reg: Henry's birth was registered in the quarter ended in December 1847 in the Great Yarmouth registration district. But note that in 1851 census the elder Henry was listed as unmarried, and there is NO indication that the younger Henry is his son. He may well have been the son of another of Robert's married sons, or the son of an unmarried daughter. The St Nicholas registers for this period do not seem to exist.1,2
- Marr Reg: The marriage of Henry and Annie (Maria) Bowler was registered in the quarter ended September 1875 in the Bethnal Green, Tower Hamlets registration district.3
- Death: Henry died before 1901 in Unknown, as Annie was a widow in 1901. Possibly Blake, Henry aged 48 in Yarmouth 4b/14.
- Note: A Henry BLAKE married a Sarah before 1871. I have found what I think is our Henry married to an Annie in the same census so we are talking of 2 different Henry BALKE's both born in Yatmouth around the same time.
Have yet to find the Henry/Sarah marriage. The children were born in many places
Ada Annie Blake 3
Alice Maude Blake 10
Edith Flore. Blake 5
Harry Arthur Blake 7
Henry Blake 33
John Chas. Blake 9
Sarah Blake 32
Walter John Blake 2.
- Residence: In 1884 Henry lived in Row 39, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England.4
- International Genealogical Index (IGI).
- Free UK BDM index from 1837, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com, BLAKE Henry Yarmouth 13 332.
- Free UK BDM index from 1837, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com, BLAKE Henry Bethnal Green 1c 632
Bowler Annie Bethnal Green 1c 632.
- Find my past web sites, online http://www.findmypast.com or http://www.findmypast.com.au, First name(s) Alfred
Last name Blake
Birth year 1875
Birth date 24 Mar 1875
Event year 1884
School name Northgate Boys School
Town Great Yarmouth
Parent name(s) Henry Blake
Book type Admissions
Archive reference Y_ED_419
Folio / page no. -
Archive Norfolk Record Office
Record set National School Admission Registers & Log-books 1870-1914
Category Education & work
Subcategory Schools & education
Collections from Great Britain.