William Chugg1

#49649, b. 5 November 1837, d. 12 November 1904

Individual's Timeline

Birth1837William Chugg1
Christening5 November 1837William Chugg1,2
Marriage12 March 1870William Chugg3
Death of Mother8 March 1884Anne Lewis4
Death12 November 1904William Chugg

Primary events

Secondary circumstances

  • Occupation: William was a farm labourer.
  • Inquest: An inquest into the death of William Chugg was held at Ilfracombe, Devon, England, in November 1904. The report reads : - that William died as a result of an accident with a horse and cart. Refer to newspaper cutting from the North Devon Journal dated 17th November 1904, page 8. No Will. His brother George was a witness.

Census details

Children of William Chugg and Ann Mock


  1. Find my past web sites, online http://www.findmypast.com or http://www.findmypast.com.au, Parish Record Collection - Baptism Record
    Surname:      Chugg
    Forenames:      William
    Father's Forename:      John
    Mother's Forename:      Anne
    Father's Occupation:      Husbandman
    Year:      1837
    Month:      Nov
    Day:      5
    Abode:      West Down
    Parish:      West Down
    Town Or City:      
    County:      Devon
    Record source:      Devon Baptisms - Transcripts
    Data provider:      Devon Family History Society.
  2. Parish register entries 1813-1837 printed index, by unknown, printout of burials supplied by DFHS - as d/of of John and Jane.
  3. Website www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk (http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk) "First name(s)     William
    Last name     Chugg
    Age     Full Age
    Birth year     -
    Residence     Ilfracombe
    Denomination     Anglican
    Marriage year     1870
    Marriage date     12 Apr 1870
    Place     Ilfracombe
    Spouse's first name(s)     Ann
    Spouse's last name     Mock
    Spouse age     Full Age
    Spouse's residence     Ilfracombe
    Father's first name     John
    Father's last name     Chugg
    Spouse's father's first name(s)     Peter
    Spouse's father's last name     Mock
    County     Devon
    Country     England
    Archive     South West Heritage Trust
    Archive reference     3253A/PR/1/15
    Record set     Devon Marriages
    Category     Life Events (BDMs)
    Subcategory     Marriages & divorces
    Collections from     United Kingdom."
  4. Find my past web sites, online http://www.findmypast.com or http://www.findmypast.com.au, First name(s)      Ann
    Last name      Chugg
    Age      70
    Birth year      1814
    Death year      1884
    Burial year      1884
    Burial date      12 Mar 1884
    Denomination      Anglican
    Burial place      Ilfracombe
    County      Devon
    Country      England
    Archive      South West Heritage Trust
    Archive reference      3253A/PR/1/19
    Record set      Devon Burials
    Category      Life Events (BDMs)
    Subcategory      Deaths & burials
    Collections from      United Kingdom.
  5. Burials in Holy Trinity PC file, by unknown photographer, William, 16.11.1904, 62, Slade Rd;.
  6. Find my past web sites, online http://www.findmypast.com or http://www.findmypast.com.au, First name(s)      Ann
    Last name      Chugg
    Relationship      Wife
    Marital status      Married
    Gender      Female
    Age      58
    Birth year      1843
    Occupation      -
    Birth town      Georgeham
    Birth town as transcribed      GEORGEHAM
    Birth county      Devon
    Birth county as transcribed      DEVONSHIRE
    Birth place      England
    Birth place other as transcribed      -
    Other household member first name(s)      WILLIAM, ANN, EMMA, ELLEN
    Other household member last name      CHUGG
    Street      Slade
    Town      Higher Slade
    Parish      Ilfracombe
    City      -
    Country      England
    County      Devon
    Municipal ward      -
    Registration district      Barnstaple
    Archive reference      RG13
    Piece number      2150
    Folio      12
    Page      15
    Record set      1901 England, Wales & Scotland Census
    Category      Census, Land & Surveys
    Subcategory      Census
    Collections from      United Kingdom.