Charles Hawley Patchett
Married by Certificate 1883 Q Dec Newcastle T. 10b 218, of Salem Road,
Sunderland, son of Charles Patchett, deceased, who was a baker. Charles was a
widower and a commericial traveller.
Mary Jane Simmons
Dressmaker; widowed and remarried 13 Oct 1883 to Charles Hawley Pachett in Newcastle-upon
tyne at age 43; shown in 1881 Census as Mary Jane Spens head, widow, age 60 (descrapancy) dressmaker, Newcastle with three lodgers (a paper stainer and two school mistresses) living at 5 Ravensworth Terrace Ref. RG 5049 Folio 70 page 15 s # 71 (the same address where she lived when she married in 1883);
Sailor, tailor; Name given on daughter's death certificate
Name given on daughter's death certificate, agd 53 in 1881 Census;
age 24 in 1881 Census;
Ordnance Turner; age 22 in 1881 Census;
Butcher; age 14 in 1881 Census;
Scolar; 10 in 1881 Census;
Boot maker; listed as father to Angelina on her marriage certificate, witness was Edward
Joseph had three children--Jack, Jane Isabella, and Lily who married Fred Levy
Jack is thought to have come to the U.S.A.
John Spens Stonehouse
Death notice in Newcastle newspaper, listing brothers Harry, Jim, Willie, Stan and Herbert, came to America to the Gibsons in 1923 in Chicago.
Jack and Fred are listed in death notice in Newcastle Newspaper as the
children of John Spens Stonehouse. That John died in California is
questionable. He was married in Illinois to Grace ?
Herbert was Edith's second husband. Edith had a son William by her first
marriage (b 1931-d 1983) No other information known by Patricia Stonehouse.
Henry Spens Stonehouse
Information furnished to Fairel Spens by Henry Spens Stonehouse, known as
Harry. Henry was apprenticed and became a cabinet maker. He worked for Jewel
TeaFood Stores (now American Stores) from the time he came to America.
Agnes Johnson Patrick
St. Barnabas C/of England, Helmsley Rd. Newcastle
Stanley Spens Stonehouse
Of Newcastle Upon Tyne; information from Agnes Stonehouse
She fell out with the family according to Agnes Stonehouse