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James OLIVER1806

Name
James OLIVER
Birth about 1806
MarriageElizabeth STILLView this family
November 6, 1836 (Age 30 years)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Mary OLIVER
1838 (Age 32 years)
Note: She does not appear in the census of 1851 with the family. She does appear as a young scholar living with her grandmother Elizabeth Still and her aunt, Mary Still, in St Savior's parish Southwark.
Birth of a daughter
#2
Octavia Elizabeth OLIVER
1841 (Age 35 years)
Birth of a son
#3
William OLIVER
1844 (Age 38 years)
Birth of a son
#4
Edward OLIVER
1846 (Age 40 years)
Birth of a son
#5
John OLIVER
February 2, 1847 (Age 41 years)

Birth of a son
#6
Charles OLIVER
1849 (Age 43 years)
Death of a wifeElizabeth STILL
1861 (Age 55 years)

Census 1861 (Age 55 years)
Note: Elizabeth STILL had died by 1861.
Family with Elizabeth STILL - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: November 6, 1836St Andrew Church, St Andrew Parish, Holborn, City of London, County of Middlesex, England
10 years
son
-5 years
daughter
9 years
son
-2 years
son
-1 years
son
-5 years
daughter

Census

Elizabeth STILL had died by 1861.

1861 Census for Bermondsey, Surrey (London)

James Oliver Born Goring, Sussex Civil parish: Bermondsey, (St Paul), Surrey Registration district: Bermondsey Sub-registration district: Leather Market

James Oliver 57 Goring, Sussex Elizabeth Oliver (dau) 20 London City Mary Oliver 19 London William Oliver 17 London Edward Oliver 15 Southwark John Oliver 14 Southwark

Note

The 1851 England census finds James and Elizabeth living in St. George, Southwark, Surrey, in greater London, just south of the river.

The 1861 census finds James Oliver and some of the children living in Bermondsey, Surrey, just south of the river also. James is a widower.

the 1841 census shows that James and Elizabeth were living in St Leonard Shordith Parish in London, although this is not absolutely verified.

Shared note

WITNESSES of Marriage-Mary STILL and Edwin OLIVER

Note

This is most certainly the sister and brother-in-law of William Still. Church records, John Still's will, and William Still's family's bible of 1859 support this relationship.