Richard James Cox1

#14571, (8 January 1847 - )
FatherThomas William Cox1 (1808 - )
MotherMary Ann Chambers1 (circa 1810 - after 1891)
ChartsDescendants of Thomas Cox & Martha Ann Beaton

Children of Richard James Cox and Emma Davy

  • Alice Mary Cox9 (1876 - )
  • Emily Jane Cox10 (1877 - )
  • Florence Ada Cox11 (1886 - )
BirthRichard James Cox was born on 8 Jan 1847 in Christchurch, Surrey.1
 
BaptismHe was baptized on 21 Feb 1847 in St John Waterloo, Surrey. The register noted that his parents were Thomas William, clerk, & Mary Ann Cox of Bennett Street.1 
(with Parents) 1851 CensusRichard appeared on the 1851 Census of Christ Church Southwark, Surrey with his parents. He was 4 and born in Christ Church, Surrey.2 
(with Parents) 1861 CensusRichard appeared on the 1861 Census of Christchurch, Surrey with his parents. However, he was recorded as "Michael", age 14, Scholar, born in Christchurch, Surrey.3 
(with Parents) 1871 CensusRichard appeared on the 1871 Census of Christ Church, Surrey with his parents. He was 24, unmarried, a Packer and born in London.4 
MarriageHe married Emma Davy on 29 Aug 1874 in St Mary Newington, Surrey.
Information from the register: Richard Cox, of ful age, bachelor, warehouseman, residence Union Road, father Thomas William Cox, clerk;
Emma Davy, full age, spinster, Union Road, father Jonathan Christmas Davy, deceased;
They were married in the parish church after banns and the witnesses were [Richard's parents] Thos Wm Cox and Mary Ann Cox.5 
1891 CensusRichard and Emma Cox appeared on the 1891 Census of Christchurch, London, at 58 Hatfield Street. Richard was 44, employed as a printers broker's warehouseman, and was born in Christchurch, Surrey. Emma was 38 and also born in Christchurch. Their children were Alice M (15, dressmaker), Emily J (13), and Florence A (5). They also had one boarder.6 
1901 CensusRichard and Emma appeared on the 1901 Census of Christchurch, London, at 58 Hatfield Street. Richard was 55, a printer's warehouseman, and was born in Southwark. Emma was 47. At home were daughters Alice M (25, dressmaker), and Florence A (15). They also had two boarders.7 
1911 CensusRichard and Emma appeared on the 1911 Census of Herne Hill, London, at 90 Poplar Walk Road. Richard was 65, born in Southwark, and worked as a packer in a printer's warehouse. Emma was 57 and born in Southwark. They had been married 36 years and Emma had borne 3 children, all still living. With them in their 6 room residence was their daughter F.A. Cox (25, clerk) and one boarder.8 
Last Edited23 Aug 2013

Citations

  1. Baptisms of the parish of St John Waterloo. Register at London Metropolitan Archives. Image viewed at Ancestry. Richard James Cox, 1847.
  2. 1851 Census for England & Wales, HO107/1557 folio 65. Image viewed at Ancestry.
  3. 1861 Census for England & Wales, RG9/312 folio 47. Image viewed at Ancestry.
  4. 1871 Census for England & Wales, RG10/592 folio 55. Image viewed at Ancestry.
  5. Marriages of the parish of St Mary Newington. Register at London Metropolitan Archives. Image viewed at Ancestry. Richard Cox & Emma Davy, 1874, #337.
  6. 1891 Census for England & Wales, RG12/340 folio 67. Image viewed at Ancestry.
  7. 1901 Census for England & Wales, RG13/359 folio 49. Image viewed at Ancestry.
  8. 1911 Census for England & Wales, RD 25 SD 4 ED 39 Schedule 345. Image viewed at Ancestry.
  9. Baptisms of the parish of Christchurch Southwark, Surrey. Register at London Metropolitan Archives. Image viewed at Ancestry. Alice Mary Cox, 1876, #1961.
  10. Baptisms of the parish of Christchurch Southwark, Surrey. Register at London Metropolitan Archives. Image viewed at Ancestry. Emily Jane Cox, 1876, #2372.
  11. Baptisms of the parish of St Andrew Lambeth, Surrey. Register at London Metropolitan Archives. Image viewed at Ancestry. Florence Ada Cox, 1886, #608.