NameMartha Louisa HAMBLETT
Birth27 Aug 1883, Chorlton On Medlock, Manchester, Lancashire, England
DeathSep 1972
FatherJames HAMBLETT (~1863-)
MotherMargaret E. (~1865-)
Birth26 Sep 1889, Manchester, Lancashire, England3
Baptism9 Oct 1889
Death1944, Manchester, Lancashire, England
FatherJarvis Marshall OGDEN (1850-1912)
MotherElizabeth Martin COUPE (1860-~1943)
Marriage3 Aug 1918
ChildrenErnest J. (1919-1990)
Birth1880, St. Helens, Lancashire
Marriage5 Jan 1901
ChildrenGeorge Edward (1902-1975)
Notes for Martha Louisa HAMBLETT
In the 1891 census 14 Mark Lane, St. Lukes, Chorlton on Medlock, Manchester.
Head James Hamblett, age 28, warehouse porter, employed, born Warrington, Lancashire.
Wife Margaret E. Hamblett, age 26, born Manchester.
Daughter Martha L. Hamblett, age 7, born Chorlton on Medlock, Manchester.
Daughter Stella Hamblett, age 5, born Chorlton on Medlock.
Son [probably should be brother] John Hamblett, condition to marriage undecipherable, age 30, warehouseman, employed, born Warrington.

In the 1901 census 89 Hart Street, St. James parish, Manchester, Lancashire.
Head Harriet Whalley, widow, age 61, born Wigan, Lancashire.
Son William Whalley, age 20, general labourer, worker, born St. Helens, Lancashire.
Daughter in Law Louisa Whalley, age 17, shop cleaner, worker, born Manchester, Lancashire.

In the 1911 census 52 Richmond Street, Manchester.
Head William Whalley, age 30, porter, warehouse, worker, born St. Helen’s, Lancashire.
Martha Loise [as spelled] Whalley, age 27, married 10 years, 1 child born alive, still living, warehouse cleaner, worker, born Manchester, Lancashire.
Son George Edward Whalley, age 8, born Manchester. 3 boarders.

In the January to March 1901 marriage index Louisa Hamblett and William Whalley, Chorlton, Lancashire, volume 8c, page 1139.

In the July to September 1972 death index Martha Louisa Ogden, born August 27, 1883, age 89, Manchester, Lancashire, volume 10e, page 456.
Notes for Maurice William (Spouse 1)
Listed in the October to December 1889 birth index, Maurice William Ogden, Chorlton district, Lancashire, volume 8c page 875.

parish records Holy Trinity, Hulme
Born September 26, 1889 baptized October 9, 1889 Maurice William Ogden son of Jarvis Marshall Ogden and Elizabeth Ogden, of 106 Warwick Street, father is a police constable.

In the 1891 census Moss Side civil parish, St Clement ecclesiastical parish, Chorlton district, Hulme sub district at 106 Warwick Street.
Listed as Jarvis M. Ogden, Police Constable, age 40, born Manchester.
Mother? Elizabeth Ogden age 30, born Egmanton, Nottinghamshire.
Son Ernest P. Ogden age 5, born Manchester.
Son Jarvis M. Ogden age 3, born Manchester.
Son Maurice Wm. Ogden age 1, born Manchester.
Also 2 lodgers

In the 1901 census civil parish South Manchester, Ecclesiastical parish, Rusholme Holy Trinity, Registration district Chorlton, sub district Ardwick living at 16 Duke St.
Jarvis M. Ogden age 50 born at Manchester, police officer.
Wife Elizabeth Ogden age 40 born at Egmanton, Nottingham.
Son Ernest P. Ogden age 15 Telegraph Messenger.
Son Jarvis M. Ogden age 13, errand boy tobacconist.
Son Maurice W. Ogden age 11.
Son Louis L. (or S) Ogden age 8.
Daughter Hilda L. Ogden age 5.
Son Arthur Ogden age 3.
Daughter Olive Ogden age 1.
Boarder Annie Smith widow age 43 born at Laxton, Nottingham, living on own means.
Daughter (presumably of Annie Smith) Edith Smith age 5 born in Manchester. All children were born in Manchester.

Parish Records parish Church St. Luke, Chorlton-on-Medlock, Lancashire
August 3, 1918 Maurice William Ogden, age 30, bachelor, Engineer, 9 Jackson Street, father Jarvis Marshall Ogden (deceased), police officer and Louisa Whalley, age 33, widow, 2 Holt Street, father James Hamblett (deceased), venetian blind maker, after Banns, by Reg. A. Sutton (assistant Priest) in the presence of William Henry Allen and Stella Hall.

In the July to September 1918 marriage index Maurice W. Ogden and Louisa Whalley, Chorlton district volume 8c page 1301.

In the January to March 1944 death index, Maurice W. Ogden, age 54, Manchester, volume 8d, page 14.
Notes for William (Spouse 2)
British Army WWI Service Records Attestation dated August 31, 1914
3rd line of the 2nd East Lancashire Brigade Royal Field Artillery
Gunner William Whalley Regimental Number 1441
Born St. Helens, Lancashire
Age 34 years 1 month
Trade: Porter
Married: Yes
discharged being no longer physically fit May 9, 1916
November 1, 1917, His widow awarded a pension 18/9 a week
History Sheet
Home August 31, 1914 to May 9, 1916, a period of 1 year 253 days
Campaigns Egypt May 17, 1915 [This seems odd as his history says he was only at home]
Wounds: Nil
Injuries: Nil
Next of Kin Mrs L. Whalley, 40 Richmond Street [the rest of the address in undecipherable
Wife Louisa, married All Saints, Manchester, January 5, 1901
Child George Edward
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