NameRose Matilda O’NEILL
Birth1870, Strand, London
Death4 Jan 1938, London, Middlesex, England
OccupationDressmaker
FatherWilliam O’NEILL (~1833-<1901)
MotherMartha (~1832-)
Spouses
Birth1869, St. Pancras, Middlesex, England
Death19 Nov 1933
FatherFrederick Thomas SYMONDSON (~1835-1882)
MotherCatherine SWAN (~1835-1883)
Marriage1903, St. Pancras, Middlesex, England
ChildrenRose Mary Nellie (1907-1995)
Notes for Rose Matilda O’NEILL
In the July to September 1870 birth index Rose Matilda O’Neil, Strand, London, Middlesex, volume 1b, page 544.

In the 1871 census 18 Newcastle Street, St. Mary Le Strand, St. Clement Danes, London. Head William O’Neill, age 38, ???? Tailor, born Maidenhead, Berkshire. Wife Martha O’Neill, age 40, born Reigate, Surrey. Daughter Mary A. O’Neill, unmarried, age 17, born St. Clement Danes, Westminster. Son John J. B. O’Neill, age 13, scholar, born St. Clement Danes. Daughter Amelia K? O’Neill, age 11, scholar, born St. Clement Danes. Son William P. O’Neill, age 10, scholar, born St. Clement Danes. Daughter Ellen M. O’Neill, age 6, scholar, born St. Clement Danes. Daughter Emilie A. O’Neill, age 4, born St. Clement Danes. Daughter Alice M. O’Neill, age 3, born St. Clement Danes. Daughter Rose M. O’Neill, age 9 months, born St. Clement Danes.

In the 1881 census 18 Newcastle Street, St. Mary le Strand, London. Head William O’Neill, age 48, tailor, born Berkshire. Wife Martha O’Neill, age 49, born Reigate, Surrey. Daughter Mary Ann O’Neill, unmarried, age 27, dressmaker, born Westminster, Middlesex. Son John J. O’Neill, unmarried, age 23, clerk, born, Westminster. Daughter Amelia C. O’Neill, unmarried, age 21, gold embroideress, born Westminster. Son William P.? O’Neill, unmarried, age 20, artist, born Westminster. Daughter Ellen M. O’Neill, age 16, Teacher (sch), born Westminster. Daughter Emily A. O’Neill, age 14, apprentice, born Westminster. Daughter Alice M. O’Neill, age 13, scholar, born Westminster. Daughter Rose M. O’Neill, age 10, scholar, born Westminster. Son Hugh E. O’Neill, age 8, scholar, born Westminster.

In the 1891 census 18 Newcastle Street, St. Mary Le strand, St. Clement Danes, London. Head William O’Neill, age 57, tailor, employer, born Maidenhead Berkshire. Wife Martha O’Neill, age 59, born Reigate, Surrey. Daughter Marian O’Neill, single, age 34, dress fitter, employed, born St. Clement Danes, Middlesex. Daughter Alice O’Neill, single, age 23, governess, employed, born St. Clement Danes. Daughter Rose O’Neill, single, age 20, dressmaker, employed, St. Clement Danes. Son Hugh O’Neill, single, age 20, tailor’s apprentice, employed, born St. Clement Danes.

In the 1901 census 18 Newcastle Street, St. Clement Danes, London. Head Martha O’Neill, widow, age 71, born Reigate, Surrey. Daughter Rose O’Neill, single, age 30, dressmaker, worker, born Strand, London. Son Hugh O’Neill, widower, age 28, master tailor, employer, at home, born Strand. Grandson Hugh P. W. O’Neill, age 4, born St. Giles, London.

London, England, Electoral registers
1937, Balham and Tooting and Central, Wandsworth
7 Crescent Lane
Rosa Matilda Symondson
Rose Mary Nellie Symondson
Eveline Maud Collins

In the January to March 1938 death index Rose M. Symondson, age 67, Wandsworth district, Greater London, volume 1d, page 547.

In the National Probate Calendar
Symondson Rose Matilda of 7 Crescent-lane Clapham Common London S.W.4 widow died 4 January 1938 at 2 Rutford-road London S.W.16 Probate London 15 February 1938 to Rose Mary Nellie Symondson spinster. Effects 1002 pounds 10 shillings 9 pence.
Notes for George Louis (Spouse 1)
In the 1869 April to June birth index, George Louis Symondson, Pancras, London, Middlesex, volume 1b page 135

In the 1871 census living at 18 Wellington Road, St Pancras civil parish, London, Pancras registration district, Kentish Town sub registration district.
Frederick T. Symondson, age 35, sorter in General P.O., born St Pancras Middlesex.
Wife Catherine age 35, born Westminster, Middlesex.
Son Frederick age 15, Telegraph Messenger, born at St. Pancras, Middlesex.
Son Henry age 13, Telegraph Messenger, born at St. Pancras, Middlesex.
Son Adolphus age 11, born at St. Pancras, Middlesex.
Son Claude W. age 8, born at St. Pancras, Middlesex.
Son Alfred V. age 7 born at St. Pancras, Middlesex.
Son George L. age 2 born at St. Pancras, Middlesex.
Son newly born 2 days no name, born at St. Pancras, Middlesex.

In the 1881 census living at 18 Weddington Road, St Pancras civil parish, London, Pancras registration district, Kentish Town sub registration district.
Frederick T. Symondson, age 46, professor of music.
Wife Catherine age 46.
Son Frederick I? age 25, letter carrier.
Son Adolphus age 21 pianoforte maker.
Son Claude W. age 18, clerk.
Son Alfred V. age 17, warehouseman.
Son George L. age 12.
Son Percy A. age 10, born Middlesex.
Daughter Kate M. age 7, born Middlesex.
Son Horace D. age 4 born Middlesex.

Post Office Appointment Books
1884 G. L. Symondson, boy messenger, London and G. L. Symondson, indoor boy messenger, London

In the 1891 census Pancras district, Grau sub district.
George Louis Symondson age 22, Born London, Kentish Town, Civil Servant Inland Revenue, lodger, single civil parish St Pancras, Ecclesiastical Parish: St. Bartholomew.
Living at 8 Ampton St.
A visitor is Ernest Hudson [future brother in law], single age 16, clerk in a coal merchant’s office, born Strand W C London.

Post Office London Directory, 1895 a G.L. Symondson is listed as an Expectant Warehouseman for the Department of Controller of Stamps and Stores & Registrar of Joint Stock Companies & Bank Returns

In the 1901 census living at 25 Union Road Islington civil parish, St George ecclesiastical parish, London, Islington district, Upper Holloway subdistrict.
George L. Symondson age 31, border single, civil service Somerset House.
Also his brother Horace D.
The head is Edward Scrimshaw
and another border is Marcella Smith, age 56 widow, living on her own means, born at St Pancras.
Edward Scrimshaw would be Marcella’s son-in-law .

In the 1903 marriage index for July to September George Louis Symondson, St Pancras District, Greater London, London volume 1b page 231. The females on the page are Furzan Anne Cordwell and Rose Matilda O’Neill

In the Post Office London County Suburbs Directory, 1908 is listed a George Lewis Symondson 7 Crescent Lane, Clapham SW, Wandsworth. (also in the 1911 and 1918 directory)

In the 1911 census Broxbourne Southfield Park Pinner, Hendon, Middlesex, Harrow subdistrict, Pinner parish.
Visitor George Louis Symondson, age 42, married, warehouseman, born Kentish Town London.
Visitor Rose Matilda Symondson, married 8 years, age 40, born Strand London.
Visitor Rose Mary Nellie Symondson, age 3, born Clapham, London.
The head was Edward Aylin Biscoe, married age 44, warehouseman, born Kentish Town London and his wife Kate age 43.


In the 17 May 1929 London Gazette
Whitehall, May 7, 1929.
Imperial Service Medal
His Majesty the KING has been pleased to award the Imperial Service medal to the following officers:
Home Civil Service
. . . Symondson, George Louis, Principal Warehouseman, Board of Inland Revenue

London, England, Electoral registers
1929 Wandsworth
7 Crescent Lane, S.W.4
George Lewis Symondson
Rosa Matilda Symondson
Rose Mary Nellie Symondson

In the the October to December 1933 death index George L. Symondson, age 64, Wandsworth district, Greater london, volume 1d, page 530

In the National Probate Calendar
Symondson George Louis of 7 Crescent Lane Clapham Common Surrey died 19 November 1933 Probate London 19 January 1934 to Rose Matilda Symondson widow. Effects 619 pounds.
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