NameMarian Sarah HOWKINS , GG Aunt
BirthDec 1837, Warwickshire, England
Baptism23 Apr 1838
Death4 Aug 1855, Hastings, Sussex, England
BurialAll Saints, Hastings, Sussex
FatherTheophilus HOWKINS (1801-1882)
MotherMarian GIBSON (1811-1893)
Notes for Marian Sarah HOWKINS
There is a Mary Ann Howkins listed in the October to December 1837 birth index, Banbury volume 16 page 22.

The IGI lists Marian Sarah Howkins christened April 23 1838, Saint Mary Warwick, father Theophilas, mother Marian.

Parish records St. Mary, Warwick
Baptism April 23, 1838 Marian Sarah Howkins daughter of Theophilus and Marian Howkins, residence Market Square, father is a bankr.

In the 1841 census they are listed as Theophilus Howkins age 35, living on his own means, Marianne Howkins age 30, Henry Howkins age 4, Marianne S. Howkins age 3, ? Elizabeth Howkins age 1 Living in North Lane, Harbury, Warwick. Also in the household were Anne Gibson age 60 Marian’s mother living on her own means and 4 servants. (in the 1841 census ages were rounded to 5 years for adults). They were living on North Lane, Harbury, civil parish, Knightlow (Kenilworth Division) hundred, Warwickshire, England. The registration district was Southam. There are 2 other Howkins families in Harbury. They are John Howkins and William Howkins both Agriculteral labourers, age about 25 and their families.

In the 1851 census Arnewood Lodge, Downton District, Parish of Hordle, Hampshire.
Wife Marian Howkins, age 39, landed proprietor and fund holder wife, born on the high seas.
Son Edward Howkins, unmarried, age 17, scholar at home, born Clapham, Surrey.
Daughter Marian S. Howkins, age 13, scholar at home, born Warwick, Warwickshire.
Daughter Amy E. Howkins, age 10, scholar at home, born Harbury, Warwickshire.
Daughter Ada A. Howkins, age 8, scholar at home, born, Harbury.
Son Agusta [as spelled] F. Howkins, age 7, scholar at home, born Harbury.
Daughter Anne G. Howkins, age 5, scholar at home, born Harbury.
Daughter Emily Howkins, age 3, scholar at home, born Harrow, Middlesex.
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The 7 servants occupations are listed as governess, housekeeper, nursery, cooke, housemaid, schoolroom maid and coach man.

From the Sussex Archaeological Collections- All Saints Churchyard, Hastings, Sussex-
H. S. (Cross in arch, round latter a text) Sacred to the memory of Marian Sarah eldest daughter of Theophilus and Marian Howkins who died at Hastings August IV MDCCCLV. aged XVII. Years.”

In the July to September 1855 death index Marian Sarah Howkings, Hastings, Sussex, volume 2b, page 14. [Note the error in spelling]
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