NameElizabeth Martin COUPE 10, G Grandmother
Birth1860, Egmanton, Nottingham, England3,11
Deathabt 1943
FatherSamuel MARTIN (~1836->1911)
MotherSusannah COUPE (~1839-1892)
Spouses
1Jarvis Marshall OGDEN , G Grandfather
Birth5 Nov 1850, Manchester, Lancashire, England3
Baptism2 Feb 1851, Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire
DeathSep 1912
Burial17 Sep 1912, Southern Cemetery, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester
OccupationSoldier, Policeman
FatherThomas OGDEN (1827-<1882)
MotherAnn LONGBOTTAM (1826-)
Marriage1882, Chorlton On Medlock, Manchester, Lancashire, England10
ChildrenThomas (1884-1884)
 Ernest Percy (1886-1915)
 Jarvis Marshall (1888-1964)
 Maurice William (1889-1944)
 Louis Sydney (1892-1964)
 Grace Annie (1894-1895)
 Hilda Louise (1895-)
 Arthur (1897-1956)
 Olive (1899-)
Notes for Elizabeth Martin COUPE
Her birth certificate states born July 19, 1860 at Egmanton, Elizabeth Martin, girl, no father’s name listed, mother Susanna Coupe, registered July 21, 1860 by the mother, sub district Kneesal, district Southwell, Nottinghamshire.

In the July to September 1860 birth index there is a Elizabeth Martin Coupe, born Southwell district, Nottinghamshire. volume 7b page 268. [Egmanton is about 9 miles from Southwell and about 10 miles from Newark-on-Trent]

A possible link in the 1861 census, Egmanton, Nottinghamshire.
Lyza Coup, lodger, age 9 months, born Egmanton, Nottinghamshire.
She is living with Head John Gale, age 46, bricklayer, born Egmanton.
Wife Jane Gale, age 44, born Norwell Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire.
Daughter Emily Gale, age 10, scholar, born Egmanton.
Son William D. Gale, age 6, scholar, born Egmanton.
Daughter Esther Gale, age 3, scholar, born Egmanton.
[Since the Betsy Coupe is already accounted for in the 1861 census and is not Elizabeth Martin Coupe and there is no other Coupes listed in the July to September birth index for Southwell district, this almost certainly Elizabeth.]

In the 1871 census 20 Eldon Street, Salford, Lancashire
Head William Sides, age 38, joiner, born Oxford, Oxfordshire
Wife Susanna Sides, age 32, born Egmanton, Nottinghamshire.
Daughter Ada Sides, age 1, born Salford, Lancashire
Daughter Elizabeth Sides, age 10, scholar, born Egmanton, Nottinghamshire.
[Note: She is using her step-father’s last name, and she is listed after her half-sister.]

Parish Records St. Clement, Greenhays, Manchester
Marriage August 22, 1882 Jarvis Marshall Ogden, age 31, bachelor, police constable, of 105 Warwick Street, father Thomas Ogden (deceased) blacksmith
and Elizabeth Martin Coupe, age 22, spinster of 94 Warwick Street, father Samuel Martin (deceased) miller,
after Banns by Kenneth L. Jones M.A., Rector of St. Bridget’s, Stretford,
in the presence of Thomas Maddox [husband of Elizabeth’s mother Susannah] and Betsy Coupe [aunt of Elizabeth].[Quite likely Samuel Martin Elizabeth Martin Coupe’s father was still alive, but was “dead to her” as he seemingly abandoned both her and her mother.]

Marriage listed in the 1882 index July to September volume 8c page 896 Elizabeth Martin Coupe and Jarvis Marshall Ogden.

In May 1921 living at 14 Patey Street, Longsight, Manchester. From her son Arthur’s Canada Ocean Arrivals. Longsight is near Rusholme.
Notes for Jarvis Marshall (Spouse 1)
In the 1850 October to December birth index Jarvis Marshall Ogden, Manchester, Lancashire, volume 20 page 612

Listed under IGI Jarvis Marshall Ogden Christened Feb. 2 1851 Cathedral Manchester. Father Thomas Ogden, mother Ann.

Parish records Manchester Cathedral
Born November 5, 1850, baptized February 2, 1851 Jarvis Marshall Ogden son of Thomas and Ann Ogden of Manchester, father is a smith.

In the 1851 census 4 Abbott Street, St. George, Manchester, Lancashire.
Head Thomas Ogden, age 24, Broker & Coal Dealer, born Manchester, Lancashire.
Wife Ann Ogden, age 25, born Manchester.
Daughter Alice Ogden, age 4, born Manchester.
Daughter Mary J. Ogden, age 2, born Manchester.
Son Jarvis M. Ogden, age 4 months, born Manchester.
Mother-in-law Mary Longbottom, widow, age 60, born Manchester.
Brother-in-law John Longbottom, unmarried, age 30, calenderer, born Manchester.
Sister-in-law, Jane Longbottom, age 19, cotton winder, born Manchester.

Chelsea Pension Records
Lance Corporal Jarvis M. Ogden, 3rd Battalion 60th Regiment of Foot, Regimental Number 566, applied November 11, 1878, character Very Good 2B [not sure what that means], years of service for good conduct 10 years 7 months, years of service 10 years 7 months, discharged November 12, 1878
[Thus he would have joined the army in 1868, at about age 18]
At that time known as the Kings Royal Rifle Corps (KRRC)
[The 3rd Battalion was in Bellary, Madras India from 1868 to 1871
Aden, Yemen from 1871 to 1872
Shorncliffe, Kent from 1872 to 1874
Chatham, Kent from 1874 to 1875
Winchester, Hampshire in 1876
Aldershot, Hampshire from 1877 to 1878 then Colchester, Essex]

In the 1881 census living at 12 Ellen Street, Chorlton upon Medlock sub district, Chorlton, Jarvis Ogden, age 30, born at Manchester, Lancashire, unmarried, occupation Police Constable.
He was lodging with Edward and Harriet Haynes?

In the 1891 census Moss Side civil parish, St Clement ecclesiastical parish, Chorlton district, Hulme sub district at 106 Warwick Street.
Listed as Jarvis M. Ogden, Police Constable, age 40, born Manchester.
Mother? Elizabeth Ogden age 30, born Egmanton, Nottinghamshire.
Son Ernest P. Ogden age 5, born Manchester.
Son Jarvis M. Ogden age 3, born Manchester.
Son Maurice Wm. Ogden age 1, born Manchester.
Also 2 lodgers

In the 1901 census civil parish South Manchester, Ecclesiastical parish, Rusholme Holy Trinity, Registration district Chorlton, sub district Ardwick living at 16 Duke St.
Jarvis M. Ogden age 50 born at Manchester, police officer.
Wife Elizabeth Ogden age 40 born at Egmanton, Nottingham.
Son Ernest P. Ogden age 15 Telegraph Messenger.
Son Jarvis M. Ogden age 13, errand boy tobacconist.
Son Maurice W. Ogden age 11.
Son Louis L. (or S) Ogden age 8.
Daughter Hilda L. Ogden age 5.
Son Arthur Ogden age 3.
Daughter Olive Ogden age 1.
Boarder Annie Smith widow age 43 born at Laxton, Nottingham, living on own means.
Daughter (presumably of Annie Smith) Edith Smith age 5 born in Manchester.
All children were born in Manchester.

Jarvis Marshall Ogden, police constable is listed living at 2 Ravensdale Street in the Slater's Manchester, Salford & Suburban Directory, 1909.

In the 1911 census at 24 Duke St., Rusholme.
Jarvis M. Ogden, age 60, married 28 years, occupation Police Pensioner, employed as a Night Watchman, born Manchester.
Wife Elizabeth Ogden, age 50 , born Newark, Nottinghamshire, she had 10 children born alive, 7 are still living. [Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire is about 10 miles from Egmanton.]
Son Jarvis M. Ogden, age 23, single, Police Constable Manchester, born Hulme, Manchester.
Son Louis Sydney Ogden, age 18, Grocers Assistant, born Moss Side, Manchester.
Daughter Hilda Louisa Ogden, age 15, single, machinist, born Chorlton on Medlock, Manchester. Son Arthur Ogden, age 13, school boy, born Chorlton on Medlock.
Daughter Olive Ogden, age 11, school girl, born Rusholme, Manchester.
There are 6 rooms in the house.

Jarvis Ogden age 62 listed in the 1912 July to September death index, Chorlton, Lancashire volume 8c page 700.

At findagrave.com
Jarvis Marshall Ogden buried September 17, 1912, Southern Cemetery, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Metropolitan Borough of Manchester, Greater Manchester, England, entry made by Cyndi
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