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The Pidgeons of Edmonton-1


Thomas PIDGEON was the second son of John PIDGEON and Esther RICH, who were married at Hatfield, where Thomas was born, (see the PIDGEONs of Hertfordshire-1).  Thomas and his brothers moved to Edmonton in north London, and it was at nearby Chingford that Thomas married Susan WARWICK.

The baptism of their eldest son Thomas has not been found.  However, the marriage certificate of Thomas junior and Eliza LOVETT says his father was Thomas, a horse keeper.

Notes:    ab. = about,  b. = born,  bp. = baptised,  bu. = buried,  d. = died,  m. = married,  (+) = extra-marital relationship

                Places in italics = Registration District, (Edm includes Edmonton & Enfield)

                Edm = Edmonton


Thomas PIGEON (bp.1780, Hatfield – bu? 21/2/1830, 51y, Edmonton) Horse keeper, labourer

   m.(6/6/1814, Chingford) Susan WARWICK (b.ab.1794 – bu.28/3/1841, 46y, Edmonton)

    |                                                                                                      see PIDGEONs of Hertfordshire-1

    |-? Thomas PIGEON (b.ab.1814 – d.4/10/1846, 32y, Edmonton) Horse keeper

    |       :    1841:  at Lower Edmonton – Henry & Maria;  Eliza, Maria, Hannah LOVETT  + Thomas PEGION

    |      m.(9/11/1845, London) Eliza LOVETT (b.31/1/1821, Edmonton – d.1891, 67y, Edm) Laundress

    |       |    1851:  at Church St, Edmonton – Maria (wid);  Maria, Hannah (daus); William (g.son) LOVETT

    |       |                                                                                               + Eliza (wid, dau); Matilda (g.dau) PIDGEON

    |       |    1861:  at Higher Rd North Side – Eliza (wid); Matilda PIDGEON  + Hannah (sis); William LOVETT

    |       |    1871:  at Hertford Rd, Edm – Eliza (wid)

    |       |    1881:  at Hertford Rd, Edm – Eliza (with dau Matilda & family)

    |       |

    |      └  Matilda Eliza PIDGEON (b.1844, Edmonton – d.1930, 84y, Hackney) Confectioner

    |              m.(6/5/1867, Edm) Samuel Walter GROVES (b.1842, Edm – d.1921, 79y, Edm) Plumber, Grocer

    |               |    1871:  at 4 Chapel Place, Edm – Samuel & Matilda;  Walter + Elizabeth GAYLOR (niece)

    |               |    1881:  at Grocer’s shop, Hertford Rd, Edm – Samuel W & Matilda E;  Florence E, Minnie M,  Arthur M

    |               |                                                                                                                   + Eliza PIDGEON (m/law)

    |               |    1891:  at 4 Church St, Edm – Samuel;  Florence, Minnie, Arthur + Sarah(mother) + 2 lodgers

    |               |               at Guildford Rd, Woking, Sur – Matilda (visitor with Henry & Ellen COLLINS & family)

    |               |    1901:  at 2 Church St, Edm – Samuel W & Matilda E;  Arthur M + Davit R DUNBAR (visitor)

    |               |    1911:  at 3 Church St, Edm – Samuel Walter & Matilda Eliza;  Arthur Miles     [3/4 ch alive]

    |               |

    |               |– Walter Henry GROVES (b.1868, Chingford – d.1873, 4y, Edmonton)

    |               |– Florence Eliza GROVES (b.1872, Edmonton – d.1948, 75y, Barnet)

    |               |– Minnie Maria GROVES (b.1877, Woking, Sur – d.)

    |              └  Arthur Miles GROVES (b.1880, Edmonton – d.1959, 79y, Thurrock)

    |

    |– Richard PIDGEON (bp.ab.1816, Chingford – d.1900, 85y, Barnet) Labourer, cow keeper

    |      m.(13/9/1846, St Pancras) Hannah GRANT (b.ab.1822, Highgate, Midx – bu.17/5/1884, 62y, Finchley)

    |       |    1851:  at Drake’s Cottage, North Rd, Hornsey – Richard & Hannah;  Hannah, Richard, Elizabeth

    |       |    1861:  at East End rd, Finchley – Richard & Hannah;  Richard, Elizabeth, Eliza, Annie, Matilda,

    |       |    1871:  at Long Lane, Finchley – Richard & Hannah;  Richard, Eliza E, Matilda, Henry              Harry

    |       |    1881:  at Long Lane, Finchley – Richard & Hannah;  Matilda, Henry;  Harry R BARNARD (g-son)

    |       |

    |       |– Hannah (Jane) PIDGEON (b.1841, Edmonton – d.1916, 75y, Barnet)

    |       |      m.(18/4/1870, Bethnel Green & 19/9/1870, Hampton) Henry Josiah BARNARD (b.1843, Aylesham –

    |       |       |                                                                                                                 d.1896, 55y, Edm) Soldier

    |       |       |    1911:  at 21 Stoke Newington Rd, Stoke Newington – Hannah (with William & Annie [dau] GARRARD,

    |       |       |                                                                                                                                        see below)

    |       |       |– Henry Richard BARNARD (b.1871, Hampton – d.)

    |       |       |

    |       |      └  Annie Mabel BARNARD (b.ab.1877, India – d.) Parlourmaid

    |       |               :    1901:  at 21 Hans Rd, Brompton – Annie (servant)

    |       |              m.(1902, London) William GARRARD (b.1869, Guildford, Sur – d.) Musician

    |       |                    1911:  at 21 Stoke Newington Rd, Stoke Newington – William & Annie Mabel + Hannah

    |       |                                                                                                                        BARNARD (mother-in-law)

    |       |– Richard PIDGEON (b.1843, Highgate – d.1937, 94y, Edm)  Cattle dealer, Dairyman

    |       |      m.(18/5/1875, Highgate) Mary Agar WOODWARD (b.1853, Romford, Esx – d.1927, 74y, Barnet)

    |       |       |    1881:  6 Trinity Rd, Finchley – Richard & Mary Ann;  Richard J, Henry, Maud M

    |       |       |    1891:  5 Trinity Rd, Finchley – Richard & Mary A;  Maud M, Walter, Florence H, Eadie B, Arthur B

    |       |       |    1901:  21 Trinity Rd, Finchley – Richard & Mary A;  Richard, Flora, Eadie B, Birtie, John

    |       |       |    1911:  41 Trinity Rd, E Finchley – Richard & Mary;  Harry, John   [8/8 ch alive]

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Richard John PIDGEON (bp.30/4/1876, Wood Green – d.1928, 52y, Hampstead)

    |       |       |            1911:  at Manor Cottage Tavern, East End Rd, Finchley – Richard (35, barman, single)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Henry PIDGEON (bp.28/10/1877, Wood Green – d?1929, 53y, Derby) House painter

    |       |       |            1901:  at Milton Rd, Erith, Kent – Henry (boarder, butcher)

    |       |       |            1911:  at home (see above) – Henry, etc

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Maud Mary PIDGEON (bp.9/3/1879, Wood Green – d.1954, 73y, St Pancras) Dressmaker

    |       |       |            1901:  at 65 St Thomas Rd, Islington – Maud M (niece with Hanah; Sarah WOODWARD)

    |       |       |            1911:  at 74 Faifax Rd, Hornsey – Maud Mary (niece with Sarah WOODWARD)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Walter William PIDGEON (b.1881, Wood Green – d.)

    |       |       |      m.(1927, Croydon) Bertha EDWARDS (b. – d.)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Florence Hannah PIDGEON (b.24/9/1885, East Finchley – d.)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Edith Bertha PIDGEON (bp.6/5/1888 , East Finchley – d.)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Arthur Bertie PIDGEON (b.1890, East Finchley – d.28/1/1916, 26y, Egypt) Driver, Royal Field Artillary

    |       |       |            1911:  at Newfoundlsnd Farm, Salisbury Plain – Arthur (Driver RFA, born ‘East Tinnelly’)

    |       |       |

    |       |      └  John PIDGEON (b.8/1893, East Finchley – d.1964, 71y, Barnet) Railway porter, nurseryman

    |       |               :    1915, Nov 1:  Enlisted, Royal Garrison Artillery, later to BEF, France (Gunner)

    |       |               :    1919, Feb 18:  Demobilised (BW & V medals) to Army Reserve

    |       |              m.(1921, Barnet) Elizabeth Mary A SHEPHERD (b.1894, Edm – d.1964, 70y, London City)

    |       |               |    1926:  at 44 Church Lane, E Fincley – John & …

    |       |               |

    |       |               |– John Henry PIDGEON (b.17/5/1922, Barnet – d.6/2000, 78y, Leicester)

    |       |               |      m1.(1948, Hendon) Jeane WOOLSEY (b.18/2/1920 – d.1971,42 y, Hendon)

    |       |               |      m2.(1973, Hendon) Iris E MOSELEY (b.13/12/1930 – d.10/2004, 73y, Ketterin)

    |       |               |

    |       |               |– Ronald Arthur PIDGEON (b.9/10/1930, Barnet – d.5/1996, 65y, Camden)

    |       |               |      m.

    |       |               |       |

    |       |               |       |– Simon Keith PIDGEON (b.9/1/1967, Harringay – d.11/2000, 33y, Islington)

    |       |               |       |

    |       |

    |       |– Thomas PIDGEON (bp.6/7/1845, Highgate – bu.3/6/1846, 12m, St Pancras)

    |       |

    |       |– Elizabeth PIDGEON (bp.9/5/1847, Highgate – d.)

    |       |

    |       |– Eliza Emma PIDGEON (bp.29/7/1849, Highgate – d.)

    |       |

    |       |– Annie PIDGEON (bp.27/7/1851, Highgate – d?1931, 80y, Dartford, Kent)

    |       |      m.(24/6/1874, Finchley) John Hembrow STEEL (b.1850, Chard, Som – d.1929, 78y, Kensington)

    |       |       |    1881:  at Upper Fore St, Edm – John H & Annie;  Alice Maud, James, John A

    |       |       |    1891:  at 60 Golborne Rd, Kensington – John & Annie;  James, John, William, Alice, Annie

    |       |       |    1901:  at 60 Goldborne Rd, Kensington – Jno & Annie;  Arthur G, Annie M

    |       |       |    1911:  at 46 Leighton Rd, West Ealing – John & Annie, Annie Matilda + assistant

    |       |       |                                                                     [5/6 ch alive]

    |       |       |– Alice Maud STEEL (b.1875, Taunton, Som – d.)

    |       |       |– James Pidgeon STEEL (b.1876, Hoxton, Lon – d.)

    |       |       |– John Alexander STEEL (b.1878, Hoxton, Lon – d.)

    |       |       |– William Harry STEEL (b.1882, Edm – d.)

    |       |       |– Annie Matilda STEEL (b.1885, Homerton – d.)

    |       |      └  Arthur George STEEL (b.1893, Kensington – d.)

    |       |

    |       |– Mary PIDGEON (bp.29/5/1853, Highgate – d.)

    |       |

    |       |– Matilda PIDGEON (bp.24/2/1856, Highgate – d.1928, 72y, Barnet) Cowkeeper, Cook, housekeeper

    |       |            1901:  at Long Lane, Finchley – Matilda

    |       |            1911:  at 29 Long Lane, Finchley – Matilda (with Edwin STOCKLEY & family)

    |       |

    |      └  Harry PIDGEON (bp.9/10/1859, Highgate – d.1924, 65y, Barnet) Dairyman

    |              m.(8/11/1900, Kensington) Mary Ann STOCKLEY (b.1968, Hornsey – d.1944, 75y, Edm) Laundress

    |               |    1901:  at 3 Sugden Ter (East End Rd?), Finchley – Harry & Mary Ann (with sisters Emily &

    |               |    1911:  at 27 Long Lane, E Finchley – Harry & Mary Ann  [0/1 ch alive]              Charlotte STOCKLEY)

    |               |

    |              └  Harry PIDGEON (b.1901 – bu.20/5/1901, 3d, Finchley)

    |

    |– Anne PIDGEON (b.7/5, bp.31/5//1818, Edmonton – d.)

    |       :    1841:  at Jeremy Green, Edmonton - Ann

    |     (+) ? ?

    |       |– Mary PIDGEON (bp.16/5/1839, Edmonton – bu.14/7/1839, inf, Edmonton)

    |       :

    |      m.(3/5/1846, Edm) William NICHOLS (b. – d.) Horse keeper

    |

    |– Henry PIDGEON (b.15/2, bp.18/3/1821, Edmonton – d1867, 49y, West Ham) Labourer

    |       :    1841:  at Jeremy Green, Edmonton – Henry (with cousin William, s/o James, & Sarah)

    |       :                                                                                           see PIDGEONs of Edmonton-3

    |      m.(20/7/1851, Stepney) Mary Ann CARLTON (b.ab.1823, Rotherhithe, Sur – d.1868, 44y, West Ham)

    |            1861:  at 4 Shepherd’s Ter, West Ham – Henry & Mary Ann

    |

    |– Mary PIDGEON (b.18/9, bp.17/10/1824, Edmonton – bu.24/10/1824, inf, Edmonton)

    |

   └  Elijah PIDGEON (b.17/12/1825, bp.8/1/1826, Edmonton – d.1902, 77y, Edm) Farm Labourer, Road Sweeper

            :    1841:  at Jeremy Green, Edmonton – Elijah (with cousin William, s/o James, & Sarah)

            :                                                                                           see PIDGEONs of Edmonton-3

           m.(12/9/1853, St Pancras) Elleanor LANDER (b.ab.1835, Reading – d.1889, 54y, St Pancras)

            |    1871:  at Fortis Green, Hornsey – Elijah & Elenor;  Ellen, Thomas, Charles J, Sara Ann, Rose Emma,

            |    1881:  at Fortis Green, Hornsey – Elijah & Eleanor;  Rose E, Thomas, Charles                         Mary Ann

            |    1891:  at 2 St James Ter, Hornsey – Elijah (wid);  Mary L                                    

            |    1901:  at 2 St James Ter, Hornsey – Elijah (wid);  Thomas & Margaret J;  Annie M, Albert T, Alexander

            |

            |– Ellen PIDGEON (b.1854, Highgate – d?1908, 53, Brentford) Milliner & Hatter

            |      m?(1875, St Pancras) Robert (aka Richard) William WOOD (b.1856, Westminster – d.) Clerk, Milliner,

            |       |                                                                                                             Shirt Manufacturer’s Manager

            |       |    1881:  at Myddleton Rd, Hornsey – Richard & Ellen (with Richard’s mother & family)

            |       |    1891:  at 193 Seven Sisters Rd, Islington – Richard & Ellen;  Alice M, Frederick R H  + servt

            |       |    1901:  at 243 Upper St, Islington – Richaed & Ellen;  Frederic R  + servt

            |       |

            |       |– Alice Maud WOOD (b.1875, St Pancras – d.)

            |        Frederic Richard H WOOD (b.1877, Hornsey – d.)

            |

            |– Sarah Ann PIDGEON (b.1858, Hornsey – d.)

            |      m.(1778, St Pancras) Henry Charles FRYER (b.1854, St Pancras – d?1922, 68y, Croydon) Auctioneer

            |       |    1881:  at Finchley Pk, Friern Barnet – Henry Charles & Sarah A;  Milly  + Mary L PIDGEON

            |       |    1891:  at 26 Park Rd, Highbury – Henry C & Sarah A;  Millie, Robert  + boarder

            |       |

            |       |– Millie FRYER (b.1879, Barnet – d.)

            |      └  Robert FRYER (b.1882, Hornsey – d.)

            |

            |– Rosa Emma PIDGEON (bp.10/3/1861, Finchley – d.1928, 67y, Edmonton)

            |      m.(1882, Islington) Henry Thomas CHEESLEY (bp.17/2/1861, Finchley – d.1939, 78y, Edmonton)

            |       |                                                                                                                            Domestic gardener

            |       |    1891:  at 9 St James Ter, Muswell Hill – Henry T & Rose E, Ellen M M, Henry A

            |       |    1901:  at 8 St James Ter, Hornsey – Henry T & Rose E;  Ellen M, Henry A, Ernest W, Rose E,

            |       |    1911:  at 8 St James Ter, Muswell Hill – Henry & Rose;  Harry, Ernest, Rosie, Edith  [5/5 ch alive]

            |       |

            |       |– Ellen Maud M CHEESLEY (b.1884, Hornsey – d.)

            |       |– Henry Arthur CHEESLEY (b.1889, Hornsey – d.)

            |       |– Ernest William CHEESLEY (b.1891, Hornsey – d.)

            |       |– Rosie Elizabeth CHEESLEY (b.1897, Hornsey – d.)

            |        Edith Caroline CHEESLEY (b.1900, Hornsey – d.)

            |

            |– Thomas George PIDGEON (b.1865, Hornsey – d.1934, 69y, Shoreditch) Pvte 1st Gren.Gds, Scaffolder

            |      m.(1890, Windsor) (Margaret) Jean WALKER (b.ab.1866, Berwick-on-Tweed – d.1952, 86y, Wood Green)

            |       |    1891:  at 13 St Mark’s Pl, Windsor, Berks – Thomas & Jean;  Nellie

            |       |    1901:  at 2 St James Ter, Hornsey – Thomas & Margaret J;  Annie M, Albert T, Alexander R

            |       |                                                                                                                                    + Elijah (wid)

            |       |    1911:  at 2 St James’s Terrace, Muswell Hill, Hornsey – Thomas & Margaret;  Annie, Alexander,

            |       |                                                                                               [6/8 ch alive]       Ellen, John, Frederick

            |       |– Ellen PIDGEON (b.1890, Windsor – d.1892, 1y, Windsor)

            |       |

            |       |-? Jeannie Maud PIDGEON (b.1893, Windsor – d.1893, 0y, Windsor)

            |       |

            |       |– Annie Mary PIDGEON (b.8/5/1896, Hornsey – d.12/1984, 86y, Southend)

            |       |

            |       |– Albert Thomas PIDGEON (b.29/7/1897, Hornsey – d.1978, 81y, Islington)

            |       |      m.(1923, Edm) Ellen EMERY (b?30/8/1900 – d?1969, 69y, Romford)

            |       |       |

            |       |       |– Albert John PIDGEON (b.4/8/1923, Edm – d.5/2000, 76, Surrey W) Calculating machine

            |       |       |      m.(23/8/1947, Friern Barnet) Evelyn WILLIS (b.ab.1928 – d.)                     operator (in 1947)

            |       |       |       |

            |       |

            |       |– Alexander Robert PIDGEON (b.1899, Hornsey – d.)

            |       |

            |       |– Ellen PIDGEON (b.15/7/1901, Hornsey – d.1980, 78y, Thanet)

            |       |     (+) Frederick George BASS (aka PIDGEON) (6/4/1895, Hornsey – d.8/10/1877, 82y, Broadstairs)

            |       |            1977:  Frederick George PIDGEON died at 33 Westover Rd, Broadstairs, Kent. 

            |       |                                                               Informant:  Ellen PIDGEON, present at the death, of same address

            |       |

            |       |– John PIDGEON (b.3/10/1904, Hornsey – d.1984, 80y, Southend)

            |       |      m.(1932, Edm) Irene Nellie DOLBY (b.8/10/1910 – d.1997, 86y, Southend)

            |       |       |

            |       |

            |        Frederick PIDGEON (b.21/3/1908, Hornsey – d.1978, 70y, Southend)

            |              m.(1934, Edm) Elsie LILL (b.20/2/1908, Edm – d.12/1990, 82y, Tunbridge Wells)

            |               |

            |

            |– Charles James PIDGEON (b.1867, Hornsey – d.1908, 42y, Islington) Coal Porter, Carman, Lodging

            |      m.(1890, Chelsea) Elizabeth CARPENTER (b.1873, Chelsea – d.1892, 19y, Chelsea)    house keeper

            |       |    1891:  at 65 Arthur St, Chelsea – Charles P & Elizabeth;  Elizabeth

            |       |    1901:  at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London (patient) - Charles

            |       |

            |      └  Elizabeth (Jane) PIGEON (b.3/4/1891, Chelsea – d.1892, 1y, Chelsea)

            |

           └  Mary Lucy PIDGEON (b.1869, Hornsey – d.1897, 28y, Edm)

                         1881:  at Finchley Pk, Friern Barnet – Mary L (with sister Sarah A & Henry Charles FRYER)

                         1891:  at 2 St James Ter, Hornsey – Mary L  (with father Elijah (wid)


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