NameElizabeth Anne BROMAGE
Birth20 Apr 1846, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales3
Baptism22 Apr 1846
Death27 Jan 1910
MotherAnne Williams GOSLING (~1827-1888)
Birth10 May 1844, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
Death24 Jun 1916, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales
OccupationJP At Monmouth, Solicitor, Town Clerk, Coroner
FatherJohn Bickerton DEAKIN (1812-1879)
MotherElizabeth Sarah HOMER (1821-1920)
Marriage1877, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales
ChildrenLizzie Violet (1878-1890)
Notes for Elizabeth Anne BROMAGE
England Select Births and Christenings
Elizabeth Anne Bromage born April 20, 1846, baptism April 22, 1846 at Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales, parents James Silvans Fortunatus Brown Bromage and Anne Williams Bromage

In the 1851 census of Wales
24 Monk Street, Monmouth
Head James Bromage, age 56, Banker, born Gloucester.
Wife Ann W? Bromage, age 34, born Monmouth.
Son James G. Bromage, age 8, scholar at home, born Monmouth.
Son Edward H. Bromage, age 6, scholar at home, born Monmouth.
Daughter Elizabeth A. Bromage, age 4, born Monmouth.
Son Thomas P. Bromage, age 3, born Monmouth.
Daughter Isabella C. Bromage, age 4 months, born Monmouth.
Sister in Law Isabella M. Gorling, unmarried, age 31, annuitant, born Monmouth.
4 Servants - a head nurse, house maid, under nurse and a cook.

Listed in the 1861 Wales census at Monmouth,
James F. S. Bromage age 66, banker, born in Doncaster.
Wife Ann W? Bromage age 44 born at Monmouth.
Sister Isabella M G. Bromage age 41, unmarried, born Monmouth
Son James G. B. Bromage age 18, banker’s clerk, born Monmouth
Son Edward H. Bromage age 16, born Monmouth
Daughter Ann E? Bromage age 14, born Monmouth
Daughter Isabella C? Bromage, age 10, born Monmouth
Son Richard A. Bromage, age 7.
5 servants

In the 1871 Wales census
11 Monk Street, Monmouth, Monmouthshire
Head Anne W. Bromage, widow, age 54, born Monmouth.
Sister Isabella M. Gosling, unmarried, age 51, born Monmouth.
Son Edward H. Bromage, unmarried, age 26, banker, born Monmouth.
Son Thomas P. Bromage, unmarried, age 23, law student, born Monmouth.
Son Richard K. Bromage, age 17, Cambridge undergraduate, born Monmouth.
Daughter Elizabeth ? Bromage, age 24, born Monmouth.
Daughter Isabella C. Bromage, age 20, born Monmouth.
2 visitors
4 servants - a Lady’s made, a cook, and 2 domestic servants

Listed in the 1877 marriage index Elizabeth Anne Bromage, Bickerton Homer Deakin. April to June 1877 Monmouth district, volume 11a page 38.

Listed in the January to March 1910 Death Index as Elizabeth Anne Deakin age 63, Monmouth volume 11a page 22.

National Probate Calendar
Elizabeth Anne Deakin of Parade House Monmouth (wife of Bickerton Homer Deakin) dead 27 January 1910 Administration Llandaff 1 March 1910 to the said Bickerton Homer Deakin solicitor. Effects 366 pounds.
Notes for Bickerton Homer (Spouse 1)
From Pedigree of the Deakin Family, October 1859
[With details of later family members added afterwards]
In the possession of Alice Gertrude Deakin (1862 to 1946) to her grand nephew Arthur Keelinge Deakin (1917 to 1944) to his father Guy Barton Deakin (1882 to 1973) to his daughter Isabella Vera Deakin (1913 to 2005) to David Cooper.
Bickerton Homer Deakin
Born 10th May 1844
Baptized St. John’s Wolverhampton
Married 26 June 1877 to Elizabeth Anne Bromage daughter of J. S. F. Bromage Banker of Monmouth. She died 27 January 1910.
He died Monmouth 24 June 1916
Issue Lizzie Violet Deakin born 20 March 1878, died 26 November 1890.

Listed in the April to June 1844 birth index, Bickerton Homer Deakin, Wolverhampton District, volume 17 page 3??

In the 1851 census Ecclesiastical parish of St John, Civil parish Wolverhampton at 9? George Street.
Jno. Bickerton Deakin, head, married, age 38, Attorney at Law, born Bromsgrove Worcester.
Wife Sarah Elizabeth Deakin age 29, ?????, Worcester.
Son Bickerton H. Deakin age 6, scholar at home, born Wolverhampton.
Son Keeling A. Deakin age 5, scholar at home, born Wolverhampton.
Daughter Eliz Homer Deakin age 4m, born Wolverhampton.
Son Rt. Hy. Deakin age 2, born Wolverhampton.
Daughter Marcy Lucy Deakin age 1 born Wolverhampton.
4 servants 1 cook, 1 housemaid 2 nurses.

In 1861 census Keeling A Deakin, age 15, born at Wolverhampton living at Henwick House, Worcester.
Also a student was his brother Bickerton H. Deakin age 16, scholar born at Wolverhampton. The head was Alfred Phillips, Doctor of Divinity, clergyman, without care of souls, schoolmaster.

Colburn’s United Service Magazine 1865
6th Monmouthshire Rifle Volunteer Corps
Ensign Bickerton Homer Deakin to be lieutenant, vice Bromage, resigned May 6.
[This would be Edward Henry Bromage, Bickerton’s future brother in law.]

From the Solicitors’ Journal and Reporter
Notices of Applications to Take Out or Renew Attorney’s Certificates
26th November, 1869
Deakin, Bickerton Homer, Monmouth; and Tettenhall-wood.

In 1881 census living at Priory Street, Monmouth, Monmouth, Wales,
Bickerton H. Deakin, age 36, solicitor, born at Wolverhampton, Staffordshire.
Wife Elizabeth Ann Deakin age 34, born at Monmouth.
Daughter Lizzie Violet Deakin age 3, born at Monmouth, Wales.
They had 2 servants, a cook & general servant and a nurse and general servant.

In the 1891 census Parade, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales.
Bickerton H. Deakin, age 46, Solicitor and Coroner, born Wolverhampton, Stafford.
Wife Elizabeth A. Deakin, age 44, born Wolverhampton [This is incorrect.]
2 servants.

in the 1901 census living at 23 “The Parade” (Parade House), Monmouth.
Bickerton H. Deakin, age 56, Solicitor, born at Wolverhampton.
Wife Elizabeth A. Deakin, age 54, born at Monmouth.
and 2 servants.

In Kelley’s Directory of Monmouthshire 1901 listed for Monmouth as Town Clerk, Bickerton Homer Deakin, The Parade.

In the 1911 census Parade House, Monk Street, Monmouth, Monmouthshire.
Bickerton Homer Deakin, head, age 66, Widower, Solicitor, born Wolverhampton, Staffordshire.
Sister Mary Lucy Deakin, age 61, single, private means, born Wolverhampton.
A cook and a housemaid. 14 rooms in the house.

Listed in the April to June 1916 Death Index Bickerton H. Deakin age 72, Monmouth volume 11a page 33.

From the Law Times 1916
On the the 24th ult. at Parade House, Monmouth Bickerton Homer Deakin, Solicitor, Town Clerk and Coroner, aged 72.

From The London Gazette 18 of September, 1917
Pursuant to the Act of Parliament 22 and 23 Victoria, c. 35. ,
N OTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any claims or demands upon or against the estate of Bickerton Homer Deakin, late of Parade House, in the town and county of Monmouth, Solicitor, deceased (who died on the 24th day of June, 1916, and whose will was proved in the Llandaff District Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice, on the 13th day of November, 1916, by George Reginald Deakin, of Victoriahill, Fleet, in the county of Hants, the Brother of the said deceased, and John Trewren Vizard, of the town of Monmouth aforesaid, Solicitor etc.

From the National Probate Calendar
Bickerton Homer Deakin of Parade House Monmouth died 24 June 1916 Probate Llandaff 13 November 1916 to George Reginald Deakin gentleman and John Trewren Vizard solicitor. Effects were 6900 pounds 15 shillings and 3 pence.
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