Franklin, ELIZABETH

Birth Name Franklin, ELIZABETH
Gender female

Events

Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Christening 1835-10-25 Heath and Reach, Bedfordshire, England  
Event Note

1871 Census of England:
Horwood: Chas 39, Elizabeth 35, Susan 10, Geo A 9, Martha 4, Wm 2, Matilda 0.  
All born Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, except Elizabeth - born Heath And Reach, Bedfordshire
Occupation: Charles - Carpenter; Susan and Geo are Scholars.

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Residence 1851-03-30 Heath and Reach, Bedfordshire, England  
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Marriage 1859 Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England Charles Horwood
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Residence 1861-04-07 Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England Hockliffe Road
Event Note

1861 Census of England:
Horwood: Charles 29, Elizabeth 25, and Susan 7 months; Lodger: Mary Burns (?) 40.
Born: Charles - Leighton Buzzard, Beds; Elizabeth - Heath and Reach, Beds;  Susan - Springfield (?), Essex; Mary - nil [suspect Essex is Mary's birthplace not Susan's - SJL]
Occupation: Charles - Carpenter; Elizabeth - Carpenter's wife; Mary [illegible] formerly Domestic servant.
House: stand-alone

[Mary is Independent, formerly Domestic Servant. Also gives Susan Horwood and Mary H  Burns (?)  as born Springfield Oxford. Address given as Hockliffe Road. Transcription on http://www.leighton-linslade.com/census/1861/leighton5.html#34_22.]

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Occupation 1861-04-07 Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England Carpenter's wife [sic!]
 
Residence 1871-04-02 Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England Sandy Lane
Event Note

1871 Census of England:
Horwood: Chas 39, Elizabeth 35, Susan 10, Geo A 9, Martha 4, Wm 2, Matilda 0.  
All born Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, except Elizabeth - born Heath And Reach, Bedfordshire
Occupation: Charles - Carpenter; Susan and Geo are Scholars.

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Residence 1881-04-03 Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England Sandy Lane
Event Note

1881 Census of England:
Horwood: Charles 48, Elizabeth 45, Susan A 20, George A 19, Emma E 17, Martha 14, William 12, Matilda 10, Sarah A 9, Henry 7.
Born: All - Leighton Buzzard, except Elizabeth born - Heath, Bedfordshire.
Occupation: Charles - Carpenter etc; George - Carpenter; William, Matilda, Sarah, and Henry are Scholars.

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Residence 1891-04-05 Wolverton Station, Buckinghamshire, England 13 Radcliffe Street
Event Note

1891 Census  of England:
Horwood: Charles 59, Elizabeth 55, Emma 27, Henry 17
Occupation: Charles - Carpenter; Henry - Draper's Assistant
Born: all - Leighton Buzzard

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Parents

Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Franklin, WILLIAM
Mother Franklin, ANN
         Franklin, ELIZABETH
    Sister     Franklin, Mary Ann

Families

    Family of Horwood, CHARLES and Franklin, ELIZABETH
Married Husband Horwood, CHARLES
  Children
  1. Horwood, [Living]
  2. Horwood, [Living]
  3. Horwood, [Living]
  4. Horwood, [Living]
  5. Horwood, [Living]
  6. Horwood, GEORGE AUSTIN
  7. Horwood, Elizabeth Emma
  8. Horwood, Matilda

Pedigree

  1. Franklin, WILLIAM
    1. Franklin, ANN
      1. Franklin, ELIZABETH
        1. Horwood, CHARLES
          1. Horwood, [Living]
          2. Horwood, GEORGE AUSTIN
          3. Horwood, Elizabeth Emma
          4. Horwood, [Living]
          5. Horwood, [Living]
          6. Horwood, Matilda
          7. Horwood, [Living]
          8. Horwood, [Living]
      2. Franklin, Mary Ann

Ancestors

Source References

  1. England Births & Christenings 1538-1975
      • Page: C14867-1; England-ODM; 1279124; Elizabeth Franklin, 'England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975' — FamilySearch.org.htm
  2. 1871 Census of England
      • Page: Leighton Buzzard/Ely/Bedfordshire/Leighton Buzzard/Leighton Buzzard/9/56/1562/52/10-11; 1871 Census Chas Horwood family pg 1 BDFRG10_1559_1562-0661.jpg and 1871 Census Chas Horwood family pg 2 BDFRG10_1559_1562-0662.jpg
      • Citation:

        "All that part of the Township of Leighton Buzzard commencing at Gotto's Office comprising the Houses in the Middle Rows North and East of the Market Place - The Peacock Alley - the North East side of Lake Street including Odells Yard, Dudley Street, leading from the  North East side of Lake Street to Sandy Lane and Booter's Alley to Lake Bridge the Stanbridge Road, both sides including the old Gas House Yard from Lake Bridge to Harris'  House - The Stepping Stone Road including Nash's Corner, to Jeffs Lane, the Hockliffe Road both sides to Briggington Brick Yard on the North side and the new built cottages on the South side, the South side of Jeffs Lane from the Stepping Stone Road including Sandy Lane to the Roe Buck Inn.
        Enumerator: Mr Robert Sharman Thorpe"

        transcribed by SJL from 1871 Census page 1 Chas Horwood family BDFRG10_1559_1562-0645.jpg

  3. 1851 Census of England
      • Page: Elizabeth Franklin, 'England and Wales Census, 1851' — FamilySearch.org.htm
  4. England and Wales, Marriage Registration Index, 1837-1920
      • Page: 1859 Oct-Nov-Dec; 3B; 1011; 10; Charles Horwood, 'England and Wales, Marriage Registration Index, 1837-1920' — FamilySearch.org.htm
  5. 1861 Census of England
      • Page: Leighton Buzzard; Leighton Buzzard; 1 Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire; 1861 England Census Charles Horwood family BDFRG9_1003_1008-0735.jpg and 1861 England Census page 1 Charles Horwood family BDFRG9_1003_1008-0708.jpg
      • Citation:

        "All that part of the Township of Leighton Bussard commencing Drages House comprising the Houses in the Middle Rows North and East of the Market Place - The Peacock Alley - the North East side of Lake Street including Odells Yard and Booters Alley to Lake Bridge - by the Gas House - the Stanbridge Road, both sides including the old Gas House Yard from Lake Bridge to late Cla...s? House - The Steppingstone Road including Nash Corner, to Jeffs Lane - The Hockliffe Road both sides to Capshill Bridge from thence on the North side of the said Road to Briggington Brick Yard - the south side of Jeffs Lane from the Steppingstone Road including Sandy Lane to the Roe Buck Inn inclusive."
        Enumerator: Mr John Garside
        Transcription: http://www.leighton-linslade.com/census/1861/leighton5.html (Original  1861 England Census page 1 Charles Horwood family BDFRG9_1003_1008-0708.jpg)

        [NB Hockliffe Street was earlier called Jeffs Lane - http://www.bedfordshire.gov.uk/CommunityAndLiving/ArchivesAndRecordOffice/CommunityArchives/LeightonBuzzard/1819MapOfHockliffeStreet.aspx - SJL]

  6. 1881 Census of England
      • Page: Leighton Buzzard/Bedforshire/Leighton Buzzard/Leighton Buzzard/9/1641/86/11; 1881 Census Charles Horwood family BDFRG11_1639_1645-0526.jpg and 1881 Census page 1 Charles Horwood family BDFRG11_1639_1645-0510.jpg
      • Citation:

        "All that part of the Township of Leighton Buzzard commencing at Gotto's Office comprising the Houses in the Middle Rows North and East of the Market Place, the Peacock Alley, the North East side of Lake Street including Odills yard, Dudley Street, both sides of leading from the  North East side of Lake Street to Sandy Lane and Booter's Alley to Lake Bridge, the Stanbridge Road, both sides of including the old Gas House Yard from Lake Bridge to Harris  House - The Stepping Stone Road both sides of including Nash Corner, to Jeffs Lane, the Hockliffe Road both sides of as far as Briggington Brick yard on the North side & the new built cottages on the South side, the South side of Jeffs Lane, from the Stepping Stone Road including Sandy Lane to the Roe Buck Inn.
        Enumerator: Mr Charles William Shepherd"

        Transcribed by SJL from 1881 Census page 1 Charles Horwood family BDFRG11_1639_1645-0510.jpg

  7. 1891 Census of England
      • Page: Wolverton/St George/Woverton Station/Buckinghamshire/Potterspury/Potterspury/17/1190/91/28; 1891 Census Charles Horwood family BKMRG12_1188_1190-0565.jpg
      • Citation:

        "Boundary:- Being that part of Wolverton Station bounded by Radcliffe Street, a line being drawn from a point in the centre of the Stratford Road opposite Radcliffe Street, across the Market Square to Stacey Hill Great Ground.
        Contents:- Comprising all houses on the West side of such Line, and the Printing Works Cottages, in the Ecclesiastical Parish of St George the Martyr, and Rural Sanitary Authority of the Potterspury Union.
         The whole in the Parliamentary Division of  North Bucks.
        Enumerator: Mr Edward Green"

        Transcribed by SJL from 1891 Census page 1 Charles Horwood family BKMRG12_1188_1190-0531.jpg