NameWilliam JEWELL
OccupationClerk In His Majesty’s Dockyard
Birth1784, Portsea Island, Southsea, Hampshire, England
Death1867, Portsea Island, Southsea, Hampshire, England
ChildrenDormer (1805-1872)
 Elizabeth Carter (~1807-)
 William Henry (~1810-)
 George Prouting (1811-1898)
 Charles Bonnycastle (1813-1874)
 Walter Monier (1815-1831)
 Alfred Harwood Hale (1817-1871)
 Thomas Coates (1819-1830)
 Galen Haire (1821-1847)
 Emma Jane Franklin (~1824-1873)
 Jane (1825-1877)
Notes for Jane (Spouse 1)
In the 1841 census Stamshaw Lane, Kingston and Landport, Portsea Town, Hampshire.
Jane Jewell, age 56, independent, born in Hampshire.
Emma Jewell, age 17, born in Hampshire.

In the 1851 census Stamshaw, Kingston, Portsea, Hampshire.
Head Jane Jewell, widow, age 66, annuitant, born Portsea.
Daughter Emma I? F. Jewell, unmarried, age 27, born Portsea.
Sister Elizabeth Johnstone, widow, age 77, born Portsea.

In the 1861 Portsea, Hampshire, sub district Portsea Island.
Jane Jewell, head, age 76 born Portsea at 30 Stamshaw Lane civil parish Portsea, Hampshire, registration district Portsea Island, sub district Kingston.
Elizabeth C. Dormer, daughter, age 54, Officer’s widow, born Portsea.
Charles B. Jewell, married, age 47, master mariner, born Portsea.
Grandson Donald G. McBean?, age 7 scholar, born Camberwell, Surrey.
1 servant.

In the April to June 1867 death index Jane Jewell, age 82, Portsea Island, Hampshire, volume 2b, page 246.

National Probate Calendar
December 13 1867. The Will of Jane Jewell late of Stamshaw in the Parish of Portsea in the County of Southampton Widow deceased who died 11 June 1867 at Stamshaw aforesaid was proved at Winchester by the oaths of William Henry Jewell of 7 Montpelier-villas South-Lambeth-road in the County of Surrey Commission Agent the Son and Edward William Jewell of Portsea aforesaid Brewer the Grandson the executors. Resworn at the Stamp Office May 1870 under 600 pounds.
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