John Reed (1811-1884)
Oldest child of John Reed and Ann Falkit
John Reed was born in 1811 in Chichester, Sussex. He married Frances IFIELD on 1 January 1843 in Chichester. Frances, daughter of Charles IFIELD, was born in 1813 in Chichester. She died in 1867 in Chichester. John died in the spring of 1884 in Chichester. He was a journeyman like his father.
Frances and John REED had the following children:
William REED was baptised on 27 October 1844 in Chichester. He married Susannah MARTELL, daughter of Margaret UNKNOWN (1806- ), who was born in 1845 in Southampton, Hampshire. She died before 1911. William was a grocer. Susannah MARTELL and William REED had the following children:
Elizabeth and Horace William REED had the following child:
a. Elizabeth A REED (1901- was born in 1901 in Southampton.
ii. Herbert Martell REED was born in 1878 in Portsea. He married Lilia May [Unknown] in 1906. Lilia May was born in 1882 in Southampton.
iii. Ernest J REED was born in 1880 in Portsea.
iv. Ethel M REED (1882- ) was born in 1882 in Landport, Hampshire.
v. Isabel Fanny REED (1884- ) was born in 1884 in Landport.
Charles John REED (1846-1846) was born in 1846 in Chichester. He was buried on 3 May 1846 in Chichester.
George REED (1847- ) was baptised on 12 November 1847 in Chichester.
Sarah Fanny REED was baptised on 16 February 1851 in Chichester. Sarah was a schoolteacher. In 1871, she is at Training College, Ditchling Road in Steyning. By 1881, she is living at 15 North “Road” with her father and described as a schoolmistress. In 1891, she is living at North Road and described as a Headmistress of Public School. In 1901, she is living at 17 Northgate described as Schoolmistress. n 1909, she appears in Kelly’s Directory: Central, Northgate (infants), built in 1837, for 157 children; average attendance, about 147; Miss Sarah Fanny Reed, mistress. In 1911, she is living at 17 Orchard Street Chichester and described as Head Teacher for the County Council.
NOTE: The Central Girls’ School and Central Boys’ School were founded in 1812. The original boys’ school was in New Park Road and the girls’ school in Chapel Street. Today the Central CE Junior School (Aided), is at 7-11, Orchard Street where it has been since 1968.
Eliza and Louisa Reed. Louisa was and a milliner. She was in Chichester in 1851 and then appears in 1881 living at Brooks Cottage in Westbourne, Sussex on the same page as her older sister Eliza.
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