Amelia Banks was born 18 November 1811 and baptised 19 January 1812 at St Andrew Holborn (North Place). She was a daughter of Samuel Banks and Elizabeth formerly White.
She married Charles Eastland on 15 September 1829 at St James, Westminster.
She was literate and a witness to Matilda’s marriage in 1836.
In 1841, at Lincoln’s Inn Fields (north side), St Giles in the Fields, Finsbury, Charles was aged 35 and a male servant in the household of Thomas Vickery a solicitor aged 45. With Charles were his wife, Amelia, aged 25, Susannah aged 10, Henry aged 6, Frederick aged 4, Amelia aged 2 and Samuel aged 6 months. Charles was not born in the county but the rest were.
Amelia’s death may have been registered in the December quarter of 1844 in the registration district of Clerkenwell (3 76). She was buried 5 November 1844 in the Dissenters section of Bun Hill Fields burial ground aged 33 of Wynyatt Street.
In 1851, at 47 Farringdon Market, St Andrew Holborn, Charles was aged 46, a widower and market constable, born at Canterbury, Kent. His children were Charles Stephen aged 18, a solicitor’s general clerk born in St Andrew Holborn, William Henry aged 16 born in St Lukes Middx, Samuel James aged 10 born in St Clement Danes and Louisa A aged 8 born in Hoxton. There was also Jane Harper aged 40 a house servant born in Scotland.
Charles’s death may have been registered in the West London district in the June quarter 1854.
Amelia and Charles' children were:
Posted April 2017