John Henry Lickorish
M, #91, b. June 1849, d. 1916
Family: Amy Hunt (b. about 1852, d. March 1943)
John Henry Lickorish was born in June 1849 in Broadwell, Warwick. He and Caroline Ann Lickorish witnessed the marriage of John Bates and Prudence Lickorish on 22 August 1869 in Stockton, Warwick. John Henry Lickorish and Amy Hunt were married in March 1875 in Banbury (St Caths.) He died in 1916, at age ~67, in Banbury.
John Henry Lickorish was baptised on 1 July 1849 in Broadwell, Warwick. He appeared in the census in 1891 shows John H living at 90 Merton Street Banbury Oxon. He is a Railway Checker aged 41, Born Broadwell,his wife Amy is 39 years,Born Epwell Oxon, children are William, 13 a railway clerk, Amey 11 scholar, Edith 9 scholar, Eva 8 scholar, mabel 6 scholar, Percy 4 scholar, Ernest 1. Census also shows Prudence A aged 15 but not living with parents. The birth place of all children except prudence is shown as Warkworth Northants. He appeared in the census in 1901 in 90 Merston Street, Banbury, shows John aged 51 a Railway pensioner (Disability) with wife Amy aged 49, William 23, a clerk with the cooperative Society, Edith 19 a machinist, Percy 14 a messenger with Post Office, Ernest 11 and Martha 9. He appeared in the census in 1911 in 90 Merston Street, Banbury, Oxfordshire, shows John aged 61, a Retired Railway worker, Married for 36 years with 9 children. Wife Amy Hannah aged 59, children Ernest Thomas aged 21 Single a Law Clerk and Martha Lilly aged 19 single a sewing machinist. They had five rooms.
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Prudence Lickorish and John Bates were married on 22 August 1869 in Stockton, Warwick.
Prudence Lickorish was baptised on 5 May 1851 in Broadwell, Warwick.
F, #94, b. 1809, d. 1868
Harriet Woodward was born in 1809. She and Jonathan Lickorish were married on 18 June 1832. She died in 1868, at age ~59, in Birmingham.
Mary Ann Lickorish
F, #95, b. 16 April 1834
Mary Ann Lickorish was born on 16 April 1834 in St Mary, Warwick.
M, #96, b. 15 May 1836, d. 1879
John Lickorish was born on 15 May 1836 in St Mary, Warwick. He and Sarah Ann Trueman were married on 23 February 1876 in Aston. He died in 1879, at age ~43, in Aston.
John Lickorish was a Wire Worker in 1876.
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F, #98, b. 2 June 1681, d. 11 July 1681
Sarah Lickorish was born on 2 June 1681. She died on 11 July 1681, at age 0.
F, #99, b. 22 April 1840
Harriet Lickorish was born on 22 April 1840 in St Mary, Warwick.
Harriet Lickorish appeared in the census in 1861 in Leamington Priors at 15, Clarendon Place North, Leamington Priors, with her mother they are lodging with the Neale family, Harriet is a governess. She appeared in the census in 1871 has her at 15 Binswood Street, Leamington a Infant School Mistress, lodging with the Neale family. She appeared in the census in 1891 her as a patient ( lunatic) in the Powick Asylum, Worcestershire, she used to be a school mistress. She appeared in the census in 1901 shows her as patient at Rubery Hill Asylum, 60 years School Mistress (Lunatic.)
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M, #100, b. December 1842, d. 1918
Frederick Lickorish was born in December 1842 in Warwick. He and Lucy Daniels were married in 1881. He witnessed the death of Jonathan Lickorish on 21 December 1883 in Aston Manor Cause of death was Senectus Anthrax. Frederick Lickorish died in 1918, at age ~76, in Aston.
Frederick Lickorish was enumerated on the census of 1881 in Kings Norton, he is a traveller and is 37 years of age born Warwickshire. He was in December 1883 in attendance at his fathers death in Dec 1883, Fred was living at 94 Ravenhurst Street, Camphill at the time. He was enumerated on the census of 1891 in 33 Eversley Road, Aston. Frederick is a traveller. He was enumerated on the census of 1901 in 33 Eversley Road, Aston aged 58 a traveller and collector his wife Lucy is 57. He was enumerated on the census of 1911 in 16 Holmwood Road, Small Heath, Birmingham, aged 68 a Traveller in anything on commision, self employed. Married for 29 years no children. Wife Lucy aged 67, they had five rooms.
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