NameGeorge MILLS , GGG Uncle
Birthabt 1830, Salt Hill, Buckinghamshire
Deathbef 1901
FatherJohn MILLS (~1805-1861)
MotherMary Ann GODDARD (1802-1866)
Birthabt 1827, London, Middlesex, England
Baptism27 Jan 1828, St. George Hanover Square
Death1909, London, Middlesex, England
Marriage11 Sep 1854, St. Dunstan in the West, London
ChildrenJemima Rosa Mary (1857-1909)
 George John (~1857-1934)
 Emily Susan (~1862-)
 William Paritt (1867->1958)
 Edwin Frank (1872-)
Notes for George MILLS
A possible match in the England Select Births and Christenings
Baptism George Mills, 1830, Farnham Royal, Buckinghamshire, father John Mills, mother Mary Ann [Salt Hill is about 1.5 miles from Farnham Royal]

In the 1841 census High Street Civil Parish of Heston, Isleworth hundred, Middlesex, England Brentford registration district Iseleworth 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, 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.

In the July to September 1854 marriage index George Mills and Jemima Chelless are on the same page. West London district, volume 1c, page 155.

Parish records St. Dunstan in the West, London
September 11, 1854 George Mills, full age, Bachelor, carpenter, residence 59 Fleet Street, father John Mills, licensed victualler and Jemima Chelless, full age, spinster, residence 59 Fleet Street, father Richard Thomas Chelless deceased.

In the 1861 census civil parish of Isleworth, ecclesiastical parish of Hounslow, registration district Brentford, sub district Isleworth New Road Passy Place 2.
George Mills age 31, carpenter, born at Salthill [or Salthile] Bucks.
Wife Jemima Mills age 33, born Middlesex, London.
Daughter Jemima R. Mills age 4, born at Hounslow, Middlesex.
Son George Mills age 1 born at Norwood Green Middlesex.
Visitor Thomas Owen age 1 born at London Middlesex.

In the 1871 census civil parish St. Pancras, ecclessiatical parish St Pancras and St James, London, registration district Pancras, sub district Somers Town living at 18 Drummond St.
George Mills age 41, carpenter, born at Salthill, Berkshire [Salthill seems to move around??].
Wife Jemima Mills age 43 born in London.
Daughter Jemima R. Mills age 14, born Hounslow.
Daughter Emily Mills age 9, born Hounslow.
Son William Mills age 4 born Hounslow.
Sister Rosa Sharply widow? age 26, dressmaker, born at Hounslow.
Her son William Sharply age 4, born Hounslow.

In the 1881 census civil parish Hammersmith, London, registration district Fulham, sub district St. Paul Hammersmith living at 4 River Terrace.
George Mills age 51, carpenter, born Sal Hill, Middlesex. [must be an error]
Wife Jemima age 53 born Hounslow, Middlesex.
Daughter Emily Mills age 19, Plumassier, born Norbiters?, Surrey.
Son William Mills age 13 born St Pancras, Middlesex.
Son Edwin age 8 born London, Middlesex.
Son in Law James Faulkner age 22 [or possibly 24] Carpenter, born at Hounslow.
His wife Rosa Faulkner age 24, born in London.
George’s grandson George Faulkner age 1 born Hounslow.
Lodger Jesse Burch unmarried, carpenter, age 50 born Hounslow.

In the 1891 census 4 River Terrace Fulham district, sub district St Paul Hammersmith, London.
George Mills, head, age 61, carpenter, born Salthill, Berks.
Wife Jemima Mills, age 63, born St, Georges London.
Son William P. Mills, single, age 23, clark to coach maker, Norbiton, Surrey.
Son Edwin F Mills, age 15, clark to coach maker, born St. Pancras.
Lodger Jasper Gitts, single, age 45, carpenter, born Salsbury, Wiltshire.
Notes for Jemima (Spouse 1)
Parish records St George Hanover Square
Baptism January 27, 1828 Jemima Chelless, parents Richard and Keron Happuch Chelless, abode Grosvenor Mews, father’s occupation bricklayer.

In the 1841 census there is a Jemima Chelless age 13 listed a student the St. Marylebone Charity School. [St Marylebone Charity School was founded in 1750 and was located at Marylebone Road from 1838 to 1907. It was a girls school only from 1829 until 1933. Its purpose was to instruct cloth and qualify children of poor parishioners to qualify as servants or apprentices.]

A possibility in the 1901 census Dartford district, Bexley subdistrict, Kent.
Jemima Mills boarder, widow, age 70, living on her own means, born London.
Living with A. J. Munday, age 33.
Wife Louisa Munday, age 30.
Son Reynold Munday, age 2.
Daughter Helen Munday, age 9 months.

In the January to March 1909 death index Jemima Mills, age 83, born about 1826, Kensington District, Greater London volume 1a, page 106. [If this is correct she died in the same three month period as her daughter Jemima Faulkner.]
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