The Bower & Collier Family History

Research by Colin Bower

The Big One!

Family History Research Report

Piper Family

Introduction - Bower/Collier Family Tree

When I set out to study the Bower/Collier Family Tree, my initial aim was to identify my 8 Great Grandparents (Bower) and my wife Chris’ 8 Great Grandparents (Collier).

Though I have tended to study the Family History of the 16 Great Grandparents, I have also sought to find out the additional 16 Great Great Grandparents’ family names, and any 3 x Great Grandparents along the way!

The names that I have identified to date are:

Bower/Brecht Family Tree

Great Grandparents

Bower
Jones
Hayes
Gardner

Brecht
Walland/Worland
Saunders
Seabourne(e)/Saban

2 x Great Grandparents

Pitts
Counter
Bradbrook
Tunstell/Tunstill
Somes/Piper
Hutley
Neville
Holbrook

3 x Great Grandparents

Pinnion
Spence
Mason
Robinson
Reynolds
(?) Hunt
(?) Howard

4 x Great Grandparents

Bates
March
Venice
Siggins

5 x Great Grandparents

Cook/Cock
Wyat
Odell

6 x Great Grandparents

Amears

7 x Great Grandparents

Amore
Mills

Collier/Hunt Family Tree

Great Grandparents

Collier
Gardiner
Peryer/Perrier
Smith

Hunt
Farrow/Pharoah
Marjoram
Ransome(e)

2 x Great Grandparents

Adams
Goodchild
Mitchell
Nye
Sheldrake
Smith
Rookyard
Aldous or Alhous/Ollis

3 x Great Grandparents

Mason
Ridett
(?) Snelling
Spall
Shepherd
Allen
More

4 x Great Grandparents

(?) Trigg

My research has included a One-Name Study into the name Brecht, my mother’s maiden name.

Names Index

The additional surnames in this Report have been listed in the Names Index below.

Piper Family

Progress To Date

Great Grandparent: George Frederick Brecht
- His Parents: Heinrich (Henry) Brecht & (?) Harriet Piper
- His Grandparents: (?) John Piper & (?) Mary Hunt

Mini Family Tree (Direct Ancestors)

The Piper Family Tree to date may be summarised:

John Piper b c 1760
married (?) 8.9.1782
(?) Mary Hunt b c 1760

Harriet Piper b 6.1.1802 bp 24.1.1802 d 1.10.1871
married 21.04.1837
(1) Heinrich/Henry Frederick Ludewig Brecht b c 1783/4 d 28.5.1838 (age 54)
(2) Henry Colvin b c 1810/13
married 16.09.1838

George Frederick Brecht b c 1834/5
Married 12.12.1856
Mary Ann Walland b 17.11.1838

Arthur Brecht b 28.01.1877
Married 25.12.1899
Ellen Elizabeth Curran Saunders b 6.11.1877

Doris Ivy Brecht b 15.03.1912 d 29.6.2003
Married 11.07.1936
Frederick Bower b 12.09.1910 d 10.9.2006

Colin Malcolm Bower
Married 15.10.1966
Christine Elizabeth Collier

Summary of Research To Date

Heinrich/Henry Brecht had a number of children after his first wife died:

- Eleanor Brecht, Fashion Street born circa May 1823 buried 24.10.1825, Christ Church, Spitalfields - age 17 months
- Catherine Brecht born Nov 1822 per adult bp 1865 St Matthews, Bethnal Green
- Caroline Brecht born c 1825/6
- Rosnea Brecht born c 1826/7
- Elizabeth Brecht born c 1828/9
- Eleanor Brecht born c 1830/1
- Henry Brecht bp 1833 St Matthews, Bethnal Green died 1855 (age 22)- parents Heinrich Brecht & Harriet Piper
- Christiana Brecht born 1835 per adult bp 1865 St Matthews, Bethnal Green
- George Frederick Brecht, my Great Grandfather, born 1834/5 died 1909 (age 74)

At the moment, we have discovered the baptism of the above children only. 4 of the girls used Piper as their middle name when they got married. In 1837 Henry Brecht married Harriet Piper at St George in the East and she remarried Henry Colvin at the same church in 1838. In the 1841 Census all the surviving children were living with Harriet and her second husband Henry Colvin.

This is a puzzling sequence of events but for the moment I am assuming that Harriet Piper is the mother of all the children born after 1819.

Progress 2007

Visit to London

I visited the Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives in Bancroft Road, near Stepney Green underground station. At the Archives I found out the following:

Maria Catharine & Charlotte Brecht

I had traced Maria's burial at Christ Church, Spitalfields in the IGI and wanted to look at the Parish Records. To my surprise I found another burial for a Charlotte Brecht, also of Fashion Street, who died in 1819 age 9. Neither Charlotte's baptism nor her burial had previously come to light.

Catherine & Christiana Brecht

Again in the IGI, there appeared to be two adult christening at St Matthew's, Bethnal Green in 1865. The adult christenings were confirmed in the Parish Records and birth years were given: Catherine (born 1822) & Christiana ( born 1835).

This was one of the best sessions I have ever had.

After a walk down to Whitechapel I went on to the London Metropolitan Archives where I had one of the biggest finds to date. Heinrich (Henry) Brecht was associated with 3 churches:

Christ Church, Spitalfields
St Matthews, Bethnal Green
St George in the East, Stepney

It was in the Parish Records of Christ Church, Spitalfields where I surprisingly found the burial of Henry Frederick Ludewig Brecht of St Matthew's, Bethnal Green on 3 June 1838 (Age 54). Wonderful!

Progress 2008

Found Henry Brecht's death registered under Breacht!

In preparing an item to be cirulated around my cousins in December, I made another search for the death certificate of Henry Frederick Ludewig Brecht and found it listed under Breacht in the June 1838 Quarter ( died 28 May 1838 age 54 at 8 Bonner Street, Bethnal Green). Amazing to find it after all these years!

Progress 2009

Brecht/Walland Family

The organisation FONS sent me the text of an article in the Times on 16 July 1856 in which dwelling houses with shops at 65 and 67 High-street, Shadwell were to be sold at auction. The properties had been let to a Mrs Brecht, and Henry Brecht had run coffee rooms there (perhaps son Henry Brecht shortly before his untimely death in 1855 (age 22).

The Walland family had lived in Shadwell for many years, where they ran a dairy. Grorge Frederick Brecht became a milkman and married Mary Ann Walland in 1856. So a number of events within two years.

Progress 2011

Death of Mary Somes Wife of Heinrich/Henry Brecht

Browsing the internet for other names, I chanced upon a fascinating entry for Christ Church, Spitalfields:

The burial of Mary (Somes) Brecht (age 35) 3.1.1819 - per the New Family Search web-site.

This partially solved a mystery that we had been trying to solve for 20-25 years!

There must have been appalling and desperate conditions at Fashion Street, Spitalfields where Henry had a colour maker's facility. He lost his wife and 3 young children perhaps to infection which may have been rife in this crowded area of London:

- Maria Brecht buried 16.11.1814 (age 2)
- Charlotte Brecht buried 15.1.1819 (age 9)
- Elisabeth Catharine Brecht buried 17.6.1821 (age 5)

Even after Mary's death, Henry lost another daughter at a young age:

- Eleanor Brecht buried 24.10.1824 (age 17 months)

Search for Harriet Piper

Now we needed to prove if Harriet Piper was the mother of Henry's children born after 1819.

As soon as I realised that I had been "barking up the wrong tree", I started to look for evidence that Harriet Piper was my direct ancestor and found the following additional information:

St Mary's, Newington

24.11.1802 Harriet Piper bp (born 6.1.1802)
- parents John & Mary Piper

St Mary's, Lambeth

(?) 8.9.1782 John Piper married Mary Hunt

1861 Census (also see Notes)

17 Wapping Wall, Shadwell (next to George & Vulture)

Henry Brecht Head 48 Coffee House Keeper born Bethnal Green, Middx
Harriet Brecht Wife 53 born Newington, Surrey
Harriet Brecht Daughter 19 born Bethnal Green, Middx
Rosina Page Boarder 19 Dress Maker born Wapping, Middx
William Colvin Son 15 Bricklayers Labourer born Whitechapel

Notes

Despite marrying in 1838 Henry & Harriet had chosen to use Harriet's former married name Brecht. I found this entry from tracing William Colvin under Calvin! The name Brecht was very difficult to read as Brecht.

1871 Census

24 Patterson St (Stepney) Mile End Old Town

William Colvin Head 26 Painter born Poplar, Middx
Emily Colvin Wife 26 born Poplar, Middx

Emily Colvin was the witness on Harriet (Brecht) Colvin's death certificate.

Things we wish we knew

- Confirmation of Marriage of John Piper, Harness maker (Harriet's father per her marriage cert – to Henry Colvin)
- Birth/Baptism of Heinrich/Henry's children born after 1819
- Confirmation that Harriet Piper was the mother of these children
- Birth/Baptism of Harriet's daughter Harriet Colvin and sons Henry and William Colvin

Also see Summary of Records Held (Completed & To Do) – attached.

Summary of Records Held - Piper Family

Research Undertaken

Birth Marriage & Death Certificates Held (see Appendix 1 below)
- Birth:
- Marriage: 8 Harriet Brecht & Henry Colvin plus 7 of Henry Brecht’s children
- Death: 4 Henry Brecht, his son Henry Brecht, Harriet (Piper) Colvin and daughter Harriet Colvin

Census Records Obtained (see Appendix 2)

- 1841 – Henry & Harriet Colvin & Family
- 1851 – Henry & Harriet Covin & Family
- 1861 - Henry & Harriet Brecht & Family
George Frederick & Mary Ann (Walland) Brecht
- 1871 – William & Emily Colvin

Other Research Undertaken (see below)

- IGI - 8 entries only (see Appendix 3)
- Parish Records – Possible marriage of John Piper, Bp of Harriet Piper, Bp of son Henry Brecht, Burials of Husband Henry Brecht and daughter Eleanor Brecht, Adult Bp of daughters Catherine & Christiana (see Appendix 4)
- Wills
- Businesses – John Piper (Harness Maker)
- Correspondence inc Genes Reunited –
- Visits - Spitalfields and Bethnal Green

Visit to Spitalfields and Bethnal Green

Further Visit to Spitalfields

- Photographs - Fashion Street & Christ Church, Spitalfields, St Matthews, Bethnal Green
- Misc Info/Documents – Adminstration of the Estate of Frederick Ludewig Brecht
- Court Case at Old Bailey at which Harriet Colvin was a witness (see Appendix 5)

Summaries

Where they were & what they did

The attached summary (Appendix 6) gives a Timeline for the events of Harriet Piper’s life.

Family Tree Maker Sheets

The family details of John Piper have been summarized in the attached Family Tree Maker sheet which I may enter into the relationship database Family Tree Maker in the future.

Family Tree Maker - John Piper

Names Index

The following surnames appear in this Report in addition to the names in Page 1:

Colvin
Gale
Hall
Hunt
Kendrick
King
Meadowcroft
Meehan
Page
Somes
Waterman

Colin Bower
25 May 2017

Appendices

1. Certificates Held

Full Name:Henry Frederick Ludewig Brecht of: 8 Bonner Street, Bethnal Green (Age:54)
Occupation: Color Manufacturer
Died at: 8 Bonner Street, Bethnal Green (Date:28 May 1838)
Cause: Asthma
Informant: Thomas Kendrick (of: 4 Weaver Street)

Full name: Henry Colvin (of: 9 Type Street, Bethnal Green)
Occupation: Colour Manufacturer (Age: Full)
Father: William Colvin, Calico Printer
Married at: St George in the East (Date: 16/9/1838) Spouse: Harriet Brecht, Widow (of: 8 Bonner Street, Bethnal Green)
Occupation: Colour Manufacturer (Age: Full)
Father: John Piper, Harness Maker
Relevant Witnesses: William Richard Colvin, Elizabeth Colvin

Full name: Josiah Meadowcroft (of: Stepney)
Occupation: Paper Stainer (Age: Full)
Father: William Meadowcroft, Coal Miner
Married at: Parish Church, Stepney (Date: 13/2/1848)
Spouse: Caroline Brecht (of: Stepney)
Occupation: (Age: Full)
Father: Henry Brecht, Colour Manufacturer
Relevant Witnesses: Catherine Brecht

Full name: Joseph Gale (of: Stepney)
Occupation: Servant (Age: Full)
Father: Joseph Gale, Carpenter
Married at: Parish Church, Stepney (Date: 9/9/1848)
Spouse: Catherine Piper Brecht (of: Stepney) (see Note)
Occupation: (Age: Full)
Father: Henry Brecht, Color Manufacturer
Relevant Witnesses: Henry Colvin, Rosnea Piper Brecht (see Note)

Full name: Batholomew Meehan (of: Stepney)
Occupation: Tailor (Age: Full)
Father: John Meehan, Tailor
Married at: Parish Church, Stepney (Date: 14/5/1850)
Spouse: Rosnea Brecht (of: Stepney )
Occupation: (Age: Full)
Father: Henry Brecht, Colour Manufacturer
Relevant Witnesses: Henry Colvin, Elizabeth Brecht

Full name: John Hall (of: Stepney )
Occupation: Paper Stainer (Age: Full)
Father: William Hall, Mariner
Married at: Parish Church, Stepney (Date: 29/3/1851)
Spouse: Eleanor Brecht (of: Stepney)
Occupation: (Age: Full)
Father: Henry Brecht, Colour Manufacturer
Relevant Witnesses: Bartholomew Meehan, Elizabeth Hall

Full name: Thomas John King (of: Civic Street, Liverpool)
Occupation: Weigher in the Customs (Age: 29)
Father: Thomas John King, Carrier
Married at: St Alban's, Bevington, Liverpool (Date: 19/11/1854)
Spouse: Elizabeth Piper Brecht (of: Civic Street, Liverpool ) (see Note)
Occupation: (Age: 25)
Father: Henry Brecht, Colour Maker
Relevant Witnesses:

Full Name: Henry Brecht of: 67 High Street, Shadwell (Age: 22 )
Occupation: Paper hanger
Died at: 67 High Street, Shadwell (Date: 26/7/1855)
Cause: Phthisis 12 months
Informant: Elizabeth Hall, Sister (of: )

Full name: Charles Waterman (of: King's Somborne)
Occupation: Carpenter (Age: 27)
Father: Henry Waterman, Carpenter
Married at: Parish Church, King's Somborne (Date: 5/11/1856)
Spouse: Christianna Piper Brecht (of: King's Somborne) (see Note)
Occupation: (Age: 22)
Father: Henry Brecht, Colour Maker
Relevant Witnesses: Harriet Brecht (yet married 1838 to Henry Colvin)

Full name: George Frederick Brecht (of: Shadwell)
Occupation: Milkman (Age: 21)
Father: Henry Brecht, Chemical Colour Maker
Married at: Christ Church, St George in the East (Watney Street, Shadwell) (Date: 12/12/1856 )
Spouse: Mary Ann Walland (of: Shadwell)
Occupation: (Age: 18)
Father: Edward Walland, Milkman
Relevant Witnesses: Susan Walland

Full Name: Harriet Colvin of: 23 Cross Street, St George in the East (Age: 22)
Occupation: Daughter of Henry Colvin, Painter Journeyman
Died at: 23 Cross Street (Date: 5.9.1865)
Cause: Phthisis Pulmonalis(?)
Informant: William Colvin, Brother (of: )

Full Name: Harriet Colvin of: 37 Dean Street, St George in the East (Age: 70)
Occupation: Wife of Henry Colvin, Painter
Died at: 37 Dean Street (Date: 1.10.1871)
Cause: Bronchitis
Informant: Emily Colvin, Daughter in law (of: 23 Patterson Street, Mile End)

Note:

As shown above, 4 of Henry Brecht's children had adopted the middle name Piper (Harriet's maiden name)
- I have found a note that girls in particular sometimes acquired a middle name between birth and marriage.

2. Census Entries Obtained

1841 Census

Bonner Street, Green Street, Bethnal Green

Henry Colvin Head 25 Colour Manufacturer
Harriet (Brecht) Colvin Wife 35
Henry Colvin Son 11M
Catherine Brecht Step Daughter 15 Dress Maker
Caroline Brecht Step Daughter 15 Bonnet Maker
Rose Brecht Step Daughter 14
Elizabeth Brecht Step Daughter 12
Eleanor Brecht Step Daughter 10
Henry Brecht Step Son 8
Christiana Brecht Step Daughter 6
George Brecht Step Son 4

1851 Census

10/11 Mint Street, Southwark

Henry Colvin Head Victualler (age 40) born Middx, Bethnal Green
Harriet (Brecht) Colvin (born Piper) Wife (Age 46) Collar (Colour?) Maker born Middx, Bethnal Green
Henry (born and later died as Brecht) Colvin step son (age 20 ) Collar (Colour?) Maker born Middx, Bethnal Green
Elizabeth (born and later married as Brecht) Colvin step daughter (age 24) Seamstress born Middx, Spitalfields
George (born and later married as Brecht) Colvin step son (age 17) born Middx, Bethnal Green
Christiana (born and later married as Brecht) Colvin step daughter (age 16) Seamstress born Middx, Bethnal Green
Harriet Colvin daughter (age 10) born Middx, Bethnal Green
William Colvin son (age 5) born Middx, Whitechapel

Note:

Thomas King (age 24) a Brushmaker born Brentwood, Essex was also staying at 10/11 Mint Street and who, it appears, became Elizabeth Brecht's husband in 1854.

In 1861 Thomas King, Weigher in Customs and Elizabeth King were living in Everton, Liverpool

1861 Census (see Notes below)

17 Wapping Wall, Shadwell (next to the George & Vulture - in 1841 14 Wapping Wall)

Henry Brecht Head (48) Coffee House Keeper born Bethnal Green, Middx
Harriet Brecht Wife (53) born Newington, Surrey
Harriet Brecht Daughter (19) born Bethnal Green, Middx
Rosina Page Boarder (19) Dress Maker born Wapping, Middx
William Colvin Son (15) Bricklayers Labourer born Whitechapel, Middx

Notes:

Henry & Harriet had adopted Brecht (a name well-known in those parts) rather than use their married name Colvin. They were living near Harriet's son George Brecht.

William Colvin was indexed in Find My Past as Calvin.

The appearance of another Mrs Brecht in 1861 may tie in with a Mrs Brecht quoted in 1856. I was sent an extract dated 16.7.1856 from the Times by the researchers FONS:

"The sale was of two substantially and newly built dwelling houses with shops, Nos 65 and 67 High-street, Shadwell."

The properties were let on lease to Mrs Brecht. It appears that this may have been Harriet (Brecht) Colvin.

In Kelly's 1856 Trade Directory Henry Brecht is listed as having Coffee Rooms in High Street, Shadwell
- I had thought that this was Harriet's son Henry Brecht but instead this may be Henry Colvin who as shown above adopted the name Brecht.

102 High Street, Shadwell

George Brecht (age 24) Head Master Dairyman born Bethnal Green, Middx
Mary A. Brecht (age 22) Wife born Shadwell, Middx
George Brecht (age 3) Son Scholar born Ratclif, Middx
Edward Brecht (age 2) Son born Ratcliff, Middx
Mary A. Brecht (age 2 months) Daughter born Shadwell, Middx

1871 Census

24 Patterson Street, (Stepney) Mile End Old Town

William Colvin Head (26) Painter born Poplar, Middx
Emily Colvin Wife (26) born Poplar, Middx

3. Entries in IGI

Caroline Brecht married Joseph Meadowcroft 13.02.1848 See Note 1
Catherine Brecht christened 13.09.1865 See Note 1
(Parents: Henry & Harriet Brecht)
Catherine Piper Brecht married Joseph Gale 09.09.1848 See Note 1
Christiana Brecht christened 13.09.1865 See Note 1
(Parents: Henry & Harriet Brecht)
Eleanor Brecht married John Hall 29.03.1851 See Note 1
Henry Frederick Ludewig Brecht christened 03.02.1833 See Note 2
(Parents: Henry Frederick Ludewig & Harriet Brecht)
Maria Catran Brecht christened 12.07.1812 See Note 3
Parents: Heinrich & Mary Brecht)
Rosnea Brecht married Bartholomew Meehan 14.05.1850 See Note 1

Notes:

1. At St Dunstan, Stepney (2 christenings on same day)
2. At St Matthew, Bethnal Green
3. At Christ Church, Spitalfields

4. Parish Records Obtained

St Mary Lambeth

(?) 8.9.1782 John Piper married Mary Hunt

St Mary, Newington

24.1.1802 Harriet Piper born 6.1.1802
(Parents John & Mary Piper)

Christ Church, Spitalfields

24.10. 1824 Burial of (?) daughter Eleanor Brecht, Fashion Street born circa 1823

St George in the East

21.4.1837 Henry Frederick Ludewig Brecht married Harriet Piper

St Matthews, Bethnal Green (also in IGI)

3.2.1833 Bp Henry Frederick Ludewig Brecht born (?) 14.1.1833
(Parents Henry Frederick Ludewig Brecht, Color Manufacturer & Harriet)

13.9.1865 Bp Catherine Brecht born Nov 1822
Parents Henry Brecht, Paper Hanger, Stepney & Harriet

13.9.1865 Bp Christiana Brecht born 1835
Parents Henry Brecht, Paper Hanger, Stepney & Harriet

5. Misc Information Obtained

London Metropolitan Archives

12.6.1838 Harriot Brecht was granted the administration of the estate of Frederick Ludewig Brecht (first name Henry missed off)

Record of Old Bailey Trials on the internet

A court case was held at the Old Bailey on Saturday 2 December 1848 at which Harriet Colvin appeared as a witness.

Harriet said that her husband Henry Colvin kept the Brass-founders' Arms, Whitechapel (In 1841 255 Commercial Road) . Her son Henry Brecht and daughter Eleanor Brecht were also living there and gave evidence.

6. Harriet Piper - Timeline

The above information has been summarised into a Timeline with events in chronological sequence:

Brecht One-Name Study - Harriet Piper – Timeline

8.9.1782 (?) marriage of Harriet Piper’s parents (John Piper & (?) Mary Hunt)
6.1.1802 Birth of Harriet Piper
24.1.1802 Bp of Harriet Piper at St Mary’s, Newington (parents John & Mary)

Possible Children of Henry Brecht & Harriet (after death of Mary (Somes) Brecht in 1819)

(?) Born Nov 1822 *#Catherine Brecht – Married 9.9.1848
(?) Born May 1823 Eleanor Brecht
(?) Burial 24.10.24 Eleanor Brecht (age 17 months)
(?) Born 1825/6 Caroline Brecht – Married 13.2.1848
(?) Born 1826/7 Rosnea Brecht – Married 14.5.1850
(?) Born 1828/9 *Elizabeth Brecht – Married 19.11.1854
(?) Born 1830/1 Eleanor Brecht – Married 29.3.1851 – said that her mother was Harriet in 1848 court case (P.T.O.)
Bp 2.2.1833 Henry Brecht (parents Henry & Harriet) St Matthews, Bethnal Green – confirmed mother in 1848 court case (P.T.O.)
**Died 67 High St, Shadwell 1855 (age 22)
Born 1834/5 George Frederick Brecht – Married 12.12.1856
Born 1835 #Christiana Brecht – Married 5.11.1856 - witness Harriet Brecht

Notes:

* Married with middle name Piper
#Adult Bp 1865 (parents Henry Brecht & Harriet)
** per Times 16.7.1856 – 65 and 67 High St were let on lease to Mrs Brecht (Harriet it appears P.T.O.)

21.4.1837 Harriet Piper (father John Piper, Harness Maker) married Henry Brecht at St George in the East
28.5.1838 Death of Henry Brecht, 8 Bonner Street, Bethnal Green
16.9.1838 Harriet Brecht married Henry Colvin at St George in the East
1840 Henry Colvin born (parents Henry & Harriet Colvin) - appears to have died 1841-1851
1841 Henry (Colour Manufacturer) & Harriet living at Bonner Street, Bethnal Green with Henry Brecht’s surviving children & son Henry Colvin
1842 Harriet Colvin born (parents Henry & Harriet Colvin)
1845 William Colvin born (parents Henry & Harriet Colvin)
1848 Per Old Bailey Court Case Henry & Harriet Colvin kept the Brass-founders Arms Whitechapel where Henry Brecht & Eleanor Brecht were living
1851 Henry Colvin (Victualler) and Harriet Colvin (Colour Maker) & family living at 10/11 Mint Street, Southwark 26.7.1855 Harriet’s Son Henry Brecht died at 67 High Street, Shadwell
1856 Per Kelly’s Trade Directory - Henry Brecht, Coffee Rooms 67 Shadwell High Street
16.7.1856 Mrs Brecht named in Times article as leasing 65 and 67 High Street, Shadwell
5.11.1856 Harriet gave name as Harriet Brecht at wedding of Christiana Brecht
1861 Henry, Coffee House Keeper& Harriet give their surnames as Brecht whilst living at 17 Wapping Wall, Shadwell

5.9.1865 Death of Harriet’s daughter Harriet Colvin (age 22) 23 Cross Street, St George in the East
13.9.1865 Catherine & Christiana (formerly Brecht) have adult bp at St Matthews, Bethnal Green
1.10.1871 Death of Harriet Colvin (age 70) at 37 Dean St, St George in the East

 
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