He was born 22 September 1836 and baptised 16 October 1836 at St James, Westminster. He was a son of Charles Eastland (butler; Middlesex Place, Shoreditch) and Amelia Banks.
In 1851, at Bridge Street, Belper, Derbyshire, he was in the household of John Rosewarne, a printer etc.† Frederick was a printer apprentice aged 14 and born in Middx, Hackney.
Frederick Walter Eastland married Mary Ann Young in the Islington district in the June quarter 1859.
In 1861 he was living at 6 River Terrace, Islington.† He was the husband of Mary Ann Eastland, aged 28 who was born at Fulham, a lodger in the household of Samuel Young, a coach builder.† Frederick was aged 26, a bookbinder and born at Hackney.† With him was a son, Frederick, aged 2 and born at Islington.
In 1871, at 7 Kings Mews, he was aged 35 a servant groom and born in Hackney.† Mary Ann was aged 38 and born in Fulham and their children were Frederick aged 11 born in Islington, Amelia aged 6, Louisa Eliza aged 4 and Walter aged 1, all born in St Andrew Holborn.
In 1881 he was living at 22 Kings Mews and was a carriage man.† The implication is that he was working for his uncle, William Banks.† He was aged 44 and born in Hackney.† His wife was Mary Ann, aged 46, born at Fulham and their children were Amelia aged 16 and a church embroiderer, Louisa E. aged 14, Walter aged 11 and Ernest J. aged 9, all born at St Andrew Holborn.†
Mary Ann Eastland died in the Holborn district in the December quarter 1884 aged 54.
Frederick Walter Eastland married secondly Emma Margot in the St Saviour district in the March quarter 1889.
In 1891 at 33 Charlotte Street, Islington, Frederick was aged 53 a coach builder carriage works born in London.† His wife, Emma, was aged 50 and born in Frome.† His step children all surnamed Margot and born in London were Lizzie aged 24, a trim embroiderer, James 22 a Post Office sorter, Roland 20 a Post Office sorter, Leonard 18 a post/port messenger and Annie aged 16.
Emma Eastland died in the Islington district in the December quarter 1899 aged 63.
In 1901, at 33 Charlotte Street, Islington, Frederick W Eastland was on his own, a widower aged 64 a carriage foreman (Aldridges) and born in London.
Frederick Walter Eastland married thirdly Annie Mortimer Barnard in the Holborn district in the June quarter 1901.
In 1911 at 23 Hartham Road, Holloway, in 3 rooms, Frederick Walter Eastland was aged 74 a carriage foreman at Repository Aldridge and born in Hackney.† His wife, Anne Mortimer was aged 46 and they had been married for 10 years and had had no children.† She was a gold embroiderer, military and born in St Pancras.
Frederick W. Eastlandís death was registered in the Islington district in the March quarter 1914.† He was aged 77.
Frederick and Mary Annís children appear to be:
Frederick Eastland, born about 1858 at Islington.
Amelia Eastland, born 15 December 1864 and baptised 8 January 1865 at St Andrew Holborn.† She was a church embroiderer in 1881.† In 1911 she was visiting her aunt, Letitia Eastland, aged 41, single, a church embroiderer and born in Holborn.
Louisa Eliza Eastland, born 25 March 1867 and baptised 28 April 1867 at St Andrew Holborn.
Walter Eastland, born about 1870 in St Andrew Holborn
Ernest J. Eastland, born about 1872 in St Andrew Holborn
Posted April 2017