NameFrances
Birth1812, Norfolk
DeathSep 1852, Croydon, Surrey, England
Spouses
Birth11 Aug 1807, Cripplegate, Middlesex
Baptism12 Dec 1812
Death11 Apr 1873, Park Hill, Croydon, Surrey, England
OccupationSolicitor
Marriage20 Mar 1832, St. Nicholas, Feltwell, Norfolk
ChildrenWickham (1835-1904)
 Philip William (1837-1892)
 John (1838-1882)
 Stephen (1840-1901)
 Sophia (1843-1921)
 Katharine (~1846-)
 Alice (1847-)
 Sarah Jane (1850-1909)
 Frances (1851-)
Notes for Frances
Name from son’s baptism.

Birth date, marriage date and death date from Yvonne Walton.
Notes for John Wickham (Spouse 1)
Parish records St. Mildred Bread Street and St. Margaret Moses Parish registers
Born August 11, 1807, baptised December 20, 1812 John Wickham Flower, parents John and Martha Deane Flower.

In the 1841 census Hunter Street, St. George, Bloomsbury, Finsbury, Middlesex. John Flower, age 33, solicitor, not born in county. Frances Flower, age 29, not born in county. Philip Flower, age 4, born in county. John Flower, age 2, born in county. Stephen Flower, age 10 months, born in county. 4 female servants.

In the 1851 census Park Hill, Croydon, Surrey. Head John W. Flower, age 43, solicitor practicing in London, born London. Wife Frances Flower, age 38, born Feltwell, Norfolk. Daughter Sophia Flower, age 8, scholar, born Bloombury, Middlesex. Daughter Katherine Flower, age 5, scholar born Brixton, Surrey. Daughter Alice Flower, age 4, scholar, born Croydon, Surrey. Daughter Sarah J. Flower, age 1, born Croydon. Daughter Frances Flower, age 6 days, born Croydon. 4 servants and a monthly nurse.

In the October to December 1853 marriage index John Wickham Flower and Mary Willett are on the same page St. George, Southwark, Surrey, volume 1d, page 176.

Parish Records St. George the Martyr, Southwark
Marriage December 14, 1853 John Wickham Flower of full age, widower, gentleman, residence the Parish of Croydon in the County of Surrey, father John Flower, gentleman and Mary Willett of full age, spinster, residence St. George, Southwark, father Robert Willet, gentleman, by License by me Joseph Mould, officiating minister in the presence of W. Nash Wood?, Jane Wood, M. L.Procter, Anne Leach.

In the 1861 census Park Hill House, Croydon, Surrey. Head John W. Flower, age 53, solicitor, born Cripplegate, Middlesex. Wife Mary Flower, age 36, born Leamington Wiltshire. [Note Mary must be a second wife as she is much too young to be Wickam and John’s mother.] Son Wickam Flower, unmarried, age 25, solicitor, born St. Georges Bloomsbury, Middlesex. Son John Flower, unmarried, age 22, articled clerk to solicitor, born St. Georges Bloomsbury. Daughter Alice Flower, age 14, scholar, born Croydon Surrey. 5 servants.

In the 1871 census Park Hill House, Croydon, Surrey. Head John W. Flower, age 63, landowner and dividends, born London, Middlesex. Wife Mary Flower, age 46, born Wiltshire. Daughter Katherine Flower, age 25, unmarried, born Brixton, Surrey. Daughter Alice Flower, age 24, unmarried, born Croydon, Surrey. Visitor Fanny A. Flower, unmarried, age 40, born Feltwell, Norfolk. Visitor Donald W. Hood, unmarried, age 23 Physician LRCP MRCS, born Wiltshire. 6 servants

In the April to June 1873 death index John Wickham Flower, age 65, Croydon, Surrey, volume 2a, page 110.

National Probate Calendar
May 22, 1873. The will with two Codicils of John Wickham Flower late of Park Hill Croydon in the County of Surrey Esquire who died 11 April 1873 at Park Hill was proved at the Principal Registry by Mary Flower of Park Hill Widow the Relict Wickham Flower of 11 Stanhope-gardens in the County of Middlesex Gentleman Philip William Flower of Baglan Lodge Neath in the County of Glamorgan Esquire and John Flower of Fairfield-road Croydon Gentleman the Sons the Executors.
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