NameJohn MILLS , GGG Grandfather
Birthabt 1805, Benson, Oxfordshire
Baptism5 Oct 1806, Benson, Oxfordshire
Death13 Jan 1861, Hounslow Heath, Hounslow, Middlesex
Burial20 Jan 1861
OccupationPost Boy, Publican & Omnibus Conductor
FatherGeorge MILLS (1777-)
MotherAnn WHEELER (1780-)
1Mary Ann GODDARD , GGG Grandmother
Birth1802, Colesborne, Gloucestershire
Baptism16 May 1802, Colesborne, Gloucestershire
Burial2 Oct 1866, Hounslow Heath, Hounslow, Middlesex
Marriage3 Oct 1827, St. Dunstan in the West, London
ChildrenEmily (~1828-)
 George (~1830-<1901)
 Elizabeth (1835-)
 Barbara (1839-1924)
 Edwin (~1842-1882)
 Rosa (~1845-1937)
Notes for John MILLS
In the England Select Births and Christenings
John Mills, baptism October 5, 1806, Benson, Oxfordshire, father George Mills, mother Ann.

In the 1841 census High Street Civil Parish of Heston, Isleworth hundred, Middlesex, England Brentford registration district Isleworth sub registration district
John Mills age 35, occupation Post Boy,
Mary Ann Mills age 35,
Emily Mills age 13,
George Mills age 11,
Elizabeth Mills age 6, and
Barbara Mills age 2.
Elizabeth and Barbara are born in the county, the others are not.

In the 1851 census lists In High Street Hounslow Prince Regent.
Head John Mills Publican and Omnibus Conductor age not readable born Bevsea [another descendant informed me that Bevsea is a transcription error it should be Benson (or Bensington)], Oxfordshire.
Wife Mary Ann Mills age not readable born Colesbourne, Gloustershire.
Children George Mills age unreadable born Salt Hill Buckinghamshire,
Elizabeth Mills, age 16 born Hounslow,
Barbara Mills age 11 born Hounslow,
Rosa Mills age 5 born Hounslow.
They have 2 servants and a servant’s daughter living with them.

Parish records Saint Paul, Hounslow Heath, Hounslow, Middlesex. John Mills burial January 20, 1861, age 56.

National Probate Calendar
March 15 1861. The Will of John Mills late of the “Prince Regent” Public House Hounslow in the County of Middlesex Innkeeper deceased who died 13 January 1861 at the “Prince Regent” Public House aforesaid was proved at the Principal Registry by the oaths of Mary Ann Mills of Hounslow aforesaid the Relict and Edwin Mills of the same place Cowkeeper the Son the Executors. Effects under 200 pounds.
Notes for Mary Ann (Spouse 1)
Parish Records, Colesbourne, Gloucestershire
Baptism May 16, 1802 Mary Ann Goddard daughter of Richard and Elizabeth Goddard

St. Dunstan in the West, London
John Mills of the Parish of Henley upon Thames in the County of Oxford Bachelor and Mary Goddard of this Parish Spinster were married in this Church by Licence with Consent of (blank) this third day of October in the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty seven by me William Brownton?. The Marriage was solemnized between us The mark of John Mills and Mary Goddard. In the presence of John Goddard [Mary Anne’s brother] and Barbara Goddard [Mary Anne’s sister].

In the 1861 census Prince Regent High Street, Heston Civil parish, Hounslow ecclesiastical parish, Middlesex, Brentford district, Isleworth sub district,
Mary Ann Mills, widow, age 58, born at Colesbourne (or Calstock?), Gloustershire, publican.
Daughter Elizabeth Hart age 25, born at Hounslow, married, barmaid.
Son Edwin Mills, unmarried age 17, born at Hounslow, dairyman.
Daughter Rosa Mills, unmarried, age 15, born at Hounslow.
Grandson Joseph Hart age 10 months, born at Hounslow.
They have a lodger Thomas Kemble a soldier,
a servant and
a visitor Susanah Lack age 17. [Susanah becomes Edwin’s future wife.]

In the October to December 1866 death index Mary A. Mills, age 64, Brentford district, Middlesex, volume 3a, page 25.

Parish records Saint Paul, Hounslow Heath, Hounslow, Middlesex. Mary Ann Mills buried October 2, 1866, age 64.
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