NameBenjamin Laverack HOWE
Birth1852, Durham
Birthabt 1857, Camden Town, London
FatherCharles BATES (~1828-)
MotherSarah (~1832-)
ChildrenJesse Louise (~1878-)
 Emily Sarah (~1880-)
Notes for Benjamin Laverack HOWE
In the October to December 1852 birth index Benjamin Laverack Howe, Durham, Durham, volume 10a, page 197.

In the 1861 census 22 Jefferys Street, Kentish Town, St. Pancras, Middlesex. Head John G. Howe, age 35, artist in stained glass, born Newcastle on Tyne, Northumberland. Wife Mary A. L. Howe, age 36, born Hull, Yorkshire. Son Frederick J. Howe, age 15, artist in stained glass, born Hull Yorkshire. Son George G. Howe, age 12, scholar, born St. Anns Soho, Middlesex. Son Ralph Howe, age 12, scholar, born Marylebone, Middlesex. Son Benjamin L. Howe, age 8, scholar, born Durham, Durham. Daughter Mary A. L. Howe, age 6, scholar, born St. Pancras, Middlesex. Daughter Elizabeth A. Howe, age 4, born South Hackney, Middlesex. Brother Benjamin L. Howe, unmarried, age 32, artist in stained glass, born Gateshead, Durham. Mother in Law Matida [as spelled] L. Laverack, widow, age 57, ostrich feather worker, born Burnley, Lancashire.

In the October to December 1889 death index Benjamin Laverack Howe, age 36, Pancras, London, volume 1b, page 18.
Notes for Elizabeth (Spouse 1)
In the 1861 census 3 ??? Terrace, Camden Town, Pancras.
Head Charles Baits, age 30, coal porter, born St. Pancras, Middlesex.
Wife Sarah Baits, age 27, born Limehouse, Middlesex.
Daughter Elizabeth Baits, age 4, born St. Pancras.
Daughter Emily Baits, age 3, born St. Pancras.

In the 1871 census 6 York Place, Camden Town, St. Pancras, London.
Head Charles Bates, age 43, coal porter, born Kentish Town.
Wife Sarah Bates, age 39, born Stepney.
Daughter Elizabeth Bates, age 15, born Camden Town.
Daughter Emily Bates, age 13, born Camden Town.

In the January to March 1875 marriage index Benjamin Laverick Howe and Elizabeth Bates are on the same page, Pancras district, London, volume 1b, page 133.

Parish records - Old St. Pancras, Middlesex - Marriage
January 24, 1875 Benjamin Laverick Howe, full age, bachelor, glass stainer, residence Ol St. Pancras, father John George Howe, glass stainer and
Elizabeth Bates, full age, spinster, residence Old St. Pancras, father Charles Bates, stone mason
in the presence of D. Long and L. Long
after Banns by W. K. Arrowsmith.

In the 1881 census 90 Great College Street, Camden Town, Pancras, London.
Head Benjamin Howe, age 27, painter, born Durham.
Wife Elizabeth Howe, age 25, born Pancras, Middlesex.
Daughter Jessie Howe, age 3, born Pancras.
Daughter Emily Howe, age 1, born Pancras.

In the 1891 census 14 Hanover Street, Kentish Town, St. Pancras, London.
Mother Elizabeth Howe, widow, age 34, charwoman, born Camden Town, London.
Daughter Jessie Louise Howe, age 13, scholar, born Camden.
Daughter Emily Sarah Howe, age 11, scholar, born Camden.
Daughter Florence Elizabeth Howe, age 9, scholar, born Camden.

Possible entry in the December 1924 death index
Elizabeth symondson, age 68, Marylebone, London, volume 1a, paye 538.
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