David Dear

b. 1811-1812 (app)
Scotland
bap. 07/02/1811 Craig by Montrose, Angus
d. 08/03/1865 81 Beresford Street, Woolwich Arsenal, GREENWICH, Kent
bur. 14/03/1865 Plumstead, Kent

Parents

David Daer d. 02/05/1855
Ann Mitchell bur. 08/07/1843
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Marriages/Partnerships

Margaret Dunstone Perrow d. 25/02/1870
Name Age Known Residence Spouse Name Spouse Occupation
Given husband name is same as one of sons, and youngest son was admitted to workhouse as orphan two months later.

Children

Margaret Dear
b. 09/12/1847 Emily Dear Pomeroy Street Deptford d. 15/10/1923
b. 27/12/1849 Ellen Amelia Dear 3 Charlotte Street
b. 04/10/1852 Jeanette Elizabeth Dear 4 Ravensbourne Place
b. 1855 (app) James Dear Kent Greenwich
b. 10/11/1857 Alfred Ross Dear 25 Green Walk
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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

1848 Engine Fitter
1850 Engineer
1851 Working Engineer
1852 Engineer
1857 Engine Fitter
1861 Engine Fitter
1865 Engine Fitter
1867 Engineer
1869 Engineer
1870 an Engineer
1875 Engineer

Also known as

D. Dear, David Daer, James Dear

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Possibly the Same Person?

David Dear
Name Age Place Of Birth Known Residence Occupation
The age and place of birth are consistent, but the Northumberland David's age may have been rounded, and 'Scotland' is somewhat vague!. Also matches on father name and occupation. The residence connection is based on Margaret Dear's birth place.

Locations

07/02/1811 [Church?], Craig, Angus, Scotland
08/01/1848 Pomeroy Street, Saint Paul's Deptford, GREENWICH UNION, Kent & Surrey
30/03/1851 19 Bridge Street, Greenwich, Kent
07/04/1861 3 St Alphage St, Greenwich, Kent
08/03/1865 81 Beresford Street, Woolwich Arsenal, GREENWICH, Kent
14/03/1865 Burial Ground of the Woolwich Burial Board, Plumstead, Kent
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.