William Humphrey Wickham

b. 27/10/1844
Ticehurst, Ticehurst Union, Ticehurst, Sussex
d. 21/03/1924 34 Morton Road Invercargill, , Invercargill,

Parents

Jane Wickham bur. 01/06/1863
Jn.o Fuller
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Marriages/Partnerships

m. 28/05/1868
Harriet Catt Mountfield, Sussex d. 01/09/1939

Children

b. 07/03/1865 Annie Elizabeth Kate Catt Battle Union (at baptism)
bap. 04/10/1868 John Wickham Mountfield (at baptism)
b. 13/08/1868 William Wickham Mountfield d. 06/01/1955
bap. 04/09/1870 Jane Harriett Wickham Brightling (at baptism)
b. 1872 (app) James E F Wickham Sussex Brightling
b. 1874 (app) Naamah Wickham Netherfield Battle Sussex/Sussex Battle
b. 1875 (app) Orpah Wickham Sussex Battle
b. 1876-1877 (app) Harriet G Wickham Netherfield Sussex/Sussex Battle/Sussex: Netherfield
b. 1879 (app) Clara A R B Wickham Netherfield Battle Sussex/Sussex Battle/Sussex Netherfield/Sussex: Netherfield
b. 1881 (app) Rhoda S Wickham Sussex Battle/Sussex Netherfield
b. 1882-1883 (app) Eric G. S. H. Fuller Sussex Battle/Sussex Netherfield
b. 1885 (app) Wilfrid W. Fuller Sussex Battle/Sussex Netherfield
b. 1886 (app) Ernest P. Fuller Sussex Netherfield/Sussex: Netherfield
b. 1889 (app) Peter J. Fuller Sussex Battle/Sussex Netherfield
b. 1891 (app) Stanley F. B. Fuller Sussex Battle/Sussex Netherfield
b. 1893 (app) Rachel Fuller Sussex Battle
b. 1896 (app) Leah Fuller Sussex Battle
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Note: Includes only children from certificates, baptism entries, or from census entries where the relationship is specified. For married women, please see their husband's entry for children from censuses.

Occupations

1861 A. G. Labour
1868 Labourer
1868 Agricultural Labourer
1870 Laborer
1871 Stonedrawer
1881 Fireman Gypsum Works
1891 Fire Stoker at Gypsum works
1899 Gypsum-Miner
1901 Gardener (Market & Huckster) ^Carm (?)^
1924 Labourer

Also known as

Wickham, William Fuller, William H Wickham, William H. Fuller, William Humphrey Prickett Wickhams Fuller, William Humphry Wickham Fuller, William Wickham, William Wyckham

Did You Know?


Documentary Sources

Mr and Mrs William Fuller, 29 King Edward street, celebrated their golden wedding on May 28. They were married at Mountfield Church, Essex. They have reared 17 children, nine being girls, and of the eight boys six have rendered service for the Empire. One of them, fighting with the famous 29th Division, was killed at the Dardanelles. There are 37 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Many relatives and friends called to congratulate Mr and Mrs Fuller, and amongst the telegrams was one from Mrs Fuller's step-mother, who came to New Zealand in 1857.

Source: Otago Daily Times, Issue 17336, 8 June 1918, Page 8
Allied Press Ltd via National Library of New Zealand (reproduced under the terms of https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/nz/)

Name of Ship RIMUTAKA Date of Departure 12th June 1908 Where bound New Zealand Port of Departure London
Steamship Line THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMR
NAMES AND DESCRIPTIONS OF BRITISH PASSENGERS
Port of Embarkation. | Contract Ticket Number. | NAMES OF PASSENGERS ... | CLASS. ... | Profession, Occupation or Calling of Passengers. ... | ... | Port at which Passengers have contracted to land.
London | 363 | Jopp Mrs M | 3rd | Housewife | ... | Wellington
...
" | 381 | Fuller Mr Wm | " | Farmer | ... | "
" | | " Mrs H | " | | ... | "
" | | " Mr S | " | | ... | "
" | | " Miss R | " | | ... | "
" | | " Miss L | " | | ... | "

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Locations

27/10/1844 Ticehurst, Ticehurst, Sussex
07/04/1861 Stonesdown, Brightling, Sussex
28/05/1868 Church, Mountfield, Sussex
28/05/1868 Mountfield, Ewhurst, Battle, Sussex
27/08/1868 Mountfield, Ewhurst, Battle, Sussex
04/10/1868 Church, Brightling, Sussex
04/10/1868 Mountfield, Ewhurst, Battle, Sussex
04/09/1870 Church, Brightling, Sussex
04/09/1870 Brightling, Brightling, Sussex
03/04/1881 Netherfield Village, Battle, St Johns Netherfield, Sussex
05/04/1891 Woodlands Netherfield, Battle, St John Netherfield, Sussex
31/03/1901 Netherfield, Netherfield, Sussex
Please note that map data is based on modern streets and house numbers (where a street of that name still exists), and may not reflect the actual historical location.