|Alternative Photo (Taken about 1850)|
John Pollard and Annie Armer were witnesses.|
Photo of Church (Taken in 2003)
|1871 Census: Alice Roulin aged 18 was living with the family as a Domestic Servant|
According to the 1881 Census Annie Armer, sister in law, was living with the family. Mary E.
Wilks aged 17 born in Shrewsbury, Shropshire was a domestic servant.|
A visit was made on 18th January 2003 and the current homeowner checked the deeds to the property which did not show any Tattersall names.
|The 1901 Census shows that Annie Armer (sister of Eleanor) also lived with them.|
Informant was: Alice Tattersall, Daughter present at death 8 Wellington Buildings, Bromley, London
The gravestone in Non-Conformist Section C Number 1353 states:|
In loving memory of
Died November 2nd 1904
Aged 71 years
Youngest daughter of the above
Died September 21st 1916
Aged 45 years
"Rest after weariness
sweet rest at last"
Also Eleanor, widow of the above
Died May 6th 1921
Aged 83 years
Also Alice Tattersall
Eldest daughter of the above
Died April 1st 1942
Aged 79 years
Also Lizzie Armer
Daughter of the above
Died January 7th 1943
Aged 77 years
The headstone has been damaged and is in three pieces as at 20th January 2003.
Eleanor Tattersall bought the grave plot on 5th November 1904 and paid £6 12 Shillings.