NameJohn KING
Deathbef 1851
Spouses
Birth1796, Sidlesham, Sussex, England
Death21 Jan 1885, Emsworth, Hampshire, England
ChildrenJohn (~1826-)
 Jane Anne (1826-1931)
 Joseph (1828-)
 George (1831-)
 William (~1838-1884)
Notes for John KING
From the Emsworth Directory
http://www.emsworth.info/about/abh.htm
A Brief History of Emsworth
... John King the shipbuilder installed one of the first Steam engines in this part of Hampshire in the third mill in Kings Street, using it to saw timber when not grinding flour. ... The wadeway to Thorney started from the bottom of Sware Lane later named King Street after John King the shipbuilder, and passed by Eames Farm then a small Island. ... John King the shipwright is believed to have come to Emsworth in the 1780s and built the House called 'The Hut' in 1795. The wooden sections had been prefabricated in the shipyard further down the road, and assembled around the ready built chimney stacks. It still stands to this day in King Street.
Notes for Jane (Spouse 1)
In the 1841 census
Jane King, age 40, listed as Lumber Merchant, with
John age 15,
Jane age 15,
Joseph age 13,
George age 10, William age 3
and 2 servants.
Living on King Street.

In the 1851 Census King Street, Emsworth, Warblington.
Jane King,
head, widow, age 55, Timber and Coal merchant, born Sidlesham Sussex.
Daughter in law Jane Ann Jewell, married, age 25, mariner’s wife, born Emsworth.
Grandson Albert Charles Jewell, age 2 born Emsworth.
Granddaughter Victoria Jane Jewell age 3 months, born Emsworth.
2 servants.
[Note the only other Kings in town were living on Havant Road. Thomas King, unmarried, age 56, ironmonger. Brother James King, married, age 58, retired captain sea (master mariner). Sister Elizabeth King, age 61, housekeeper. All were born in Emsworth They had 1 servant. Presumably they would be brothers and sisters of John King]

In the 1861 census King Street, Emsworth.
Head Jane King, widow, age 65, Timber merchant employing 12 men and 2 boys, born Siddlesham, Sussex.
Son William King, unmarried, age 23, Miller, employing 2 men and 1 boy, born Emsworth.
Victoria J. Jewell granddaughter, age 10, scholar, born Emsworth.
1 house servant.

In the 1871 census living on King St,
Jane King, head, age 75, widow, retired Timber Merchant born Siddlesham.
Granddaughter Victoria J. Jewell, teacher, unmarried, age 20 born Emsworth.
1 servant. living next door to daughter Jane A. Jewell.

In the 1881 census
Jane King aged 85, born about 1796 in Sidlesham, Sussex, England a widow was head of the household on King Street.
Her granddaughter Florence Jewell born in Emsworth was a School teacher.

Jane King age 89 is listed in the March 1885 GRO Death Index for Havant volume 2b page 291.

National Probate Calendar
13 March 1885. The Will of Jane King late of King-street Emsworth in the County of Southampton Widow who died 21 January 1885 at Emsworth was proved at the Principal Registry by Jane Anne Jewell of King-street Widow the Daughter the sole Executrix. Personal Estate Resworn 1886, 1723 pounds 16 shillings 1 pence. [Thus she died 2 days after her grandson Albert C. Jewell who died in the Sudan.]
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