NameMary Jane OGDEN , GG Aunt
Birth22 Jun 1848, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Baptism8 Oct 1848, Manchester Cathedral, Lancashire
Death1931, South Farnborough, Hampshire, England
FatherThomas OGDEN (1827-<1882)
MotherAnn LONGBOTTAM (1826-)
Birth1839, Shoreditch, Middlesex
Death1925, Upton Cum Chalvey, Buckinghamshire, england
MotherAnna (~1809-)
Marriage2 Feb 1865, Rangoon, Burma
ChildrenMary M. (1866-)
 William (1869-)
 James A. (~1872-)
 Charles John (1875-)
 Jarvis Marshall (1877-1963)
 Arthur L. (1885-)
Notes for Mary Jane OGDEN
parish records Manchester Cathedral
Born June 22, 1848 baptism October 8, 1848 Mary Jane Ogden daughter of Thomas and Ann Ogden of Manchester, father is a smith by C. Rickson.

In the 1851 census 4 Abbott Street, St. George, Manchester, Lancashire. Head Thomas Ogden, age 24, Broker & Coal Dealer, born Manchester, Lancashire. Wife Ann Ogden, age 25, born Manchester. Daughter Alice Ogden, age 4, born Manchester. Daughter Mary J. Ogden, age 2, born Manchester. Son Jarvis M. Ogden, age 4 months, born Manchester. Mother-in-law Mary Longbottom, widow, age 60, born Manchester. Brother-in-law John Longbottom, unmarried, age 30, calenderer, born Manchester. Sister-in-law, Jane Longbottom, age 19, cotton winder, born Manchester.

from Roger Hammond
Mary Jane Ogden went to India in 1860, she married James Albert Hammond in Rangoon, Burma in 1865. Also her death date and location.

Inscription from her Bible
Presented to Mary Jane Ogden by her teacher on the occasion of her leaving England for India.
St. John’s School
Miles Platting
September 6th 1860

Marriage certificate courtesy Roger Hammond
Marriage Solemnized at Rangoon
February 2, 1865 James Albert Hammond, age 26, bachelor, Her Majesties 3rd Battalion 60th Rifles, residence Rangoon, father John Hammond and Mary Jane Ogden age 16, spinster, residence Rangoon, father Thomas Ogden, by Banns, by H. W. Crofton, Chaplan of Rangoon in the presence of T. Bagnall, A. G. Cartwright, John Clough and Quasam? Lymn.
[Rangoon is modern day Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)]

In the 1881 census Cambridge Terrace, Hencroft Street, Upton cum Chalvey, Buckinghamshire.
Head James A. Hammond, age 42, musician, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Wife Mary J. Hammond, age 32, musician wife, born Manchester, Lancashire.
Daughter Mary M. Hammond, age 15, scholar, born Madras, East India.
Son William Hammond, age 12, monitor national schools, born Madras, East India.
Son James A. Hammond, age 9, scholar, born ????. [seems to be in India as he is listed as a British Subject.]
Son Charles J. Hammond, age 6, scholar, born Shorncliff.
Son Jarvis M. Hammond, age 4, scholar, born Upton cum Chalvey, Buckinghamshire.

In the 1891 census The Thorns [near or on High Street], Upton cum Chalvey, Slough, Buckinghamshire.
Head James A. Hammond, age 52, musician, musician, employed, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Wife Mary J. Hammond, 42, born Manchester.
Son Charles J. Hammond, age 16, organist, employed, born Shorncliffe, Kent.
Daughter Mary M. Hammond, single, age 25, musician, born Madras, East India.
Son James M. Hammond, age 14, scholar, born Chalvey, Buckinghamshire.
Son Arthur L. Hammond, age 5, scholar, born Slough, Buckinghamshire.

In the 1901 census 43 Hencroft Street, Eton, Slough, Buckinghamshire.
Head James A. Hammond, age 62, Army pensioner musician, own account, born Shoreditch, London.
Wife Mary J. Hammond, age 53, born Manchester, Lancashire.

In the June 1931 death index Mary J. Hammond, Hartley Whitney, Hampshire, volume 2c, page 220.
Notes for James Albert (Spouse 1)
Name, birth date and location, marriage date and location and death date and location from Roger Hammond.

In the January to March 1839 birth index James Albert Hammond, St. Luke, London, volume 2, page 251.

In the 1851 census Unitarian Chapel, Hackney, Middlesex.
Head Anna Hammond, widow, age 42, ????ness at chapel, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Son John S. Hammond, unmarried, age 20, journeyman cabinet maker, born Shoreditch.
Son William A. Hammond, age 13, errand boy, born St. Lukes, Middlesex.
Son James A. Hammond, age 12, scholar, born St. Lukes.

In the March 1925 death index James A. Hammond, age 88, Eton, Buckinghamshire, volume 3a, page 1112.
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