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Geof Stewart 12 March 10:59
To all family members Henry Edward Laslett [My great Grandmothers Brother] build The Laslett Building Hannan Street Kalgoorlie [still standing ,looks great ] also The York and Globe Hotel and The Great Boulder Hotel , He also was a councillor on South Melbourne council Victoria
I thought you might be interested in the following information.
Richard Manger Laslett (32yrs) was imprisoned for 9 months in 1867 at Reading Gaol for embezzlement on 10/10/1866. The case is written in the Reading Mercury, Berkshire, England. This is why George Laslett in South Australia did not hear from his brother.
In the Tithes, Stephen Laslett of Woodnesborough was a tenant farmer for Sir Brooke William Bridges (Bart).
Hole Farm - George Laslett was a tenant farmer for Earl George Augustus Frederick Cowper.
Richard Langford and Ann are buried together in the North Road Cemetery Nailsworth South Australia. The grave is unmarked and they were both buried as paupers.
By the time of his death in 1884, Maria was no longer well in body or mind and was looked after by the daughters of her sister Sybella Jane Carr, who had married Charles Peckham Peckham. When Robert James Baker inherited Abberton, payment was delayed, which caused problems for the Peckhams.
It was in their house at Perry Hill Lodge, Worplesdon, Surrey, that Maria died on 10 December 1888. Folded tight into a tiny square, they found Williamís obituary from the Worcester paper, which she had kept and hidden.
From Lawless Bethune
Following my last email here are some observations on
your chapter called: "Richard and Mary Laslett of
You list Florence Emily Laslett and Edith Ellen
Laslett as daughters of Richard Laslett.
They were in fact daughters of his brother George
1.Florence Emily died aged 13 and is buried in Hove
Cemetry. My wife owns the title to this grave [with a
gravestone showing Florence's name], and also to the
adjacent grave in which my wife’s mother and
grandparents are buried. Her grandfather William
Emmerson Laslett was Florence's Brother.
2.Edith Ellen is listed in the 1891 Census at 72
Blatchington Rd Brighton together with her father
[George Laslett], her mother, two sisters and a
brother. This is the only Census that proves the point
since as you correctly say, in 1881 the two girls were
at a private school in Goldstone Villas. While In 1901
Edith was married to Leonard Channel or Chennel.
As far as I can find - Richard Laslett had all sons
and no daughters.
I'll be in touch with one or two others points later.
Regarding Harold Laslett married to Lily Valentine Saffery.
My mother Dawn Pretoria married Te Raetea Kahu Paku born in New Zealand. They had eight children.
Pretoria Pamela Taylor
Saffrey Dawn Paku (previously McDonald)
June Barley Paku (previously Iles)
Lillian Kuiti Laslett Wells
Raetea Harry Paku
Marjorie Laslett Paku
Paul Kahu Paku
Robert Rimene Paku
I live in Sydney, Australia and was told about your web site by Uncle Jim in England. I visited them last year.
It was great to read about my mother's family.
My father was Kenneth Robert Laslett and born in May 1910 and served from an early age with the Royal Navy. In the Second World War he was a gunnery control and torpedo engineer, serving on numerous warships. In civilian life [after the war] he was a gyro compass engineer in Cape Town, South Africa.
His sister was Evelyn Roberta Laslett and born about 1905. Family Birth Certificates will have to be pulled out for exact years.
My Dad married Irene Edna in 1942 and they had three children.
Leonie, Evelyn and Robert Laslett -
ROBERT - He married PAULINA Egelaar - has three girls -
Lindy, Chantal and Robyn Lee.
LINDY now has three children [girls] and lives in Jo'burg, South Africa. Lindy married a Charl Pienaar in March, 1999.
Lindy - Birthday July 1975
CHARL - birthday Dec. 1972
Savanna - Birthday - March - 2001
Alyssa & Ashley [Twins] December – 2004
Laslett Family – children of Robert Laslett -
Lindy – July 1975.
Chantal - Birthday -March 1982
Robyn-Lee - February [about 1989]
Leonie Laslett married Milton Runcie in October, 1975 and –
Evelyn Laslett married Robert Aspin in September [approximately 1978].
Unfortunately Dad died on January 1989 and [his wife] Irene Laslett died in 1993.
His sister – Evelyn Laslett died a few years before that.
Best wishes –
L. E. Runcie. [Mrs].
I have been looking at your excellant website and noticed that the children of Thomas and kate Laslett all had the name Thomas after them. Does this mean that they all had the last christian name as Thomas or is it that you have their surname as Thomas, bearing in mind that one of them was female.
Just to put you in the picture as to who I am. My mother is Sylvia Laslett who was one of the daughters of Leonard who was a son of Thomas and Kate (above). Also there is a sister missing i.e. Coral Rosemarie.
I look forward to your reply and please keep up the great work.
This one is from Larry Renaud in Canada. It has Gordon Lassletts reply at the top.
In 1881 Charles Laslett was a Grocer and lived at 30 St. Johns Road, Faversham, Kent. He was 39 and had been born at Stourmouth. His wife's name was Jane C aged 38 and born at Boughton. Their children were:
Esther Newing Laslett unmarried aged 16 born at Boughton
Elizabeth Jane Laslett aged 13 born Faversham
Daniel aged 10 born Faversham
Annie aged 8 born Faversham
Norris aged 2 born Faversham
Another child Charles had been born at Faversham in 1876 and died aged 1 year.
Esther Newing Laslett married at Thanet in 1894.
I think that Charles married Jane in 1863 as there is a BDM records of a Charles Laslett being married in the Blean district in the March quarter of 1863.
In 1841 the Lasletts at Ferry House in Stourmouth were the largest household in the town. I guess Ferry house was near the present Dog & Duck Pub as it was obviously where the ferry crossed the river Stour.
In 1841, Stourmouth's population was comprised of fewer females (123) than males (130), with eight households consisting of just two persons. The largest number of persons in one household was eleven--the Lasletts at Ferry House. The ages of adults enumerated in 1841 were supposed to be rounded, but some were done incorrectly. In any event, 60 per cent of the village was under the age of thirty. Here are the statistics:
Clemment Laslett aged 45 and his wife
Margaret aged 38
James aged 13
Ann aged 11
Susanna aged 10
Eliza aged 8
Elizabeth aged 6
Sarah aged 5
Clemment aged 3
Stephen aged 1
Charles aged 1 month!
Now from there you can go to the Laslett Internet site and trace your wife's family back to 1500 and put that up on your wall to show off to your employer:
Thomas and Elizabeth Laslett of Woodnesborough
Thomas was baptised at Stourmouth on 28 September 1760. He was the son of Thomas Laslett a husbandman of Stourmouth and Ann Laslett née Smith his wife (page 35).
On 26 November 1786 Thomas Laslett of Woodnesborough married Elizabeth Spain of Worth by Banns at Woodnesborough. Elizabeth had been born in 1763.
Thomas is thought to have died in 1798.
On 23 October 1808 Elizabeth Laslett a widow of Woodnesborough married John Goodban a widower of Woodnesborough by Banns at Woodnesborough.
Elizabeth's second husband, John Goodbourne, died on 9 October 1844 and is buried at Woodnesborough. Elizabeth died on 4 June 1857 and is buried at Saint Lawrence, Ramsgate.
Family of Thomas and Elizabeth Laslett
THOMAS - born on 5 January 1787 and baptised at Stourmouth on 21 January 1787. Thomas was a Shipwright. On 26 December 1809 at Saint Marys Sandwich Thomas Laslett, bachelor, of Limehouse, Middlesex married Elizabeth Row, spinster, of Saint Marys Sandwich by Banns. Elizabeth had been born at Woodnesborough and baptised there on 11 February 1787. She died on 30 June 1833 and at Gillingham on 14 November 1835 Thomas married a widow, a Mrs E.H. (Elizabeth Henrietta?) Amner, who had been born in 1805. Her maiden name was Pollard. The second Mrs Laslett died 19 June 1871 (at Chatham?) aged 66 and Thomas died at Chatham on 29 August 1882 aged 95.
WILLIAM - baptised at Woodnesborough on 23 June 1793. In 1818 married Elizabeth Dilnoth at Woodnesborough. Elizabeth was the daughter of Henry Dilnot a weaver and farmer at Hammill, near Woodnesborough and Elizabeth Dilnot née Fishenden, his wife. William and Elizabeth lived 'in Woodnesborough in a house that stands back from the road and has peacocks in the garden'. Family records say In about 1840 they moved to Polders Farm (Poulton Farm, Ash?) about a mile away but the 1851 census has them still in Woodnesborough, living in Woodnesborough Street. William is shown as "Willm Laslett Hd M a58 waever & farmer of 21 acres, employinh 2 men and 3 boys; born Wdnsb". William died on 18 September 1867.
Thomas - dead by 1890s
William - Born at Woodnesborough in 1830. Weaver and farmer continued to live at Peacock House when father moved to Polders Farm. Later moved to Worth. Married twice - first wife's name Julia.
Walter Thomas - continued to live in Peacock House after father moved to Worth. Married. Linen Weaver. Kellys Directory of Kent Surrey & Sussex 1915 identifies Walter as "Sack, Rick, Sail, Linen, Rope & Twine Manufacturer. Hop Grower & Farmer; and at Cattle Market, Sandwich. Captain in the volunteers. Thought not to have had children.
Morris - accidentally shot himself getting over a hedge.
Julia - married.
Annie - married.
Elizabeth - dead by 1890s.
Ann - nothing known
Harriet - Born at Woodnesborough in 1831. In 1851 was a teacher in the day school. Married a Mr. Pellman.
Fanny - still alive in the 1890s. Lived at Woodnesborough. Married a Mr. Pellman, the brother of her sister Harriet's husband.
Tom Pellman - dead in 1890s.
Julia Pellman - still alive in 1890s. Married a Builder or similar and lived in Surrey.
Ruth Pellman - married twice. First a Mr. Buller, second to a Mr. Fenton. They lived in Sandwich in the 1890s.
Albert Pellman - nothing known
Eliza - Born Woodnesborough in 1840. In 1851 was shown as a student. Married a Mr. Holden and had two sons.
CLEMENT - baptised at Woodnesborough on 8 May 1795. He married Margaret Mount on 7 January 1826 at St Peters, Sandwich. Margaret was baptised at St Peters Sandwich on 23 February 1803 the daughter of Robert Mount and Susanna Jarvis. WShen married Clement said he was a farmer. At all the baptisms of his children he was recorded as an agricultular labourer except Charles and Thomas when he was an Innkeeper at Plucks Gutter (maybe The Dog & Duck). Local directories record Clement Laslett, Beerhouse Keeper, Stourmouth, 1847. In the 1881 Clement was lodging as a widower with the Dodds family at Lower Street, Stourmouth. Margaret died at Stourmouth on 10 March 1870 while Clement died there on 13 June 1887 aged 92 years.
James – baptised 22 July 1827. Married Caroline Aiano the daughter of Charles Aiano.
Elizabeth - married Mr. Scarlett.
James - no details known.
Melville - no details known.
Caroline - In June 1890 marriage registered at Thanet (vol 2a page 1501).
Alice - married Charles Aiano her mother's cousin and the son on John Aiano. Marriage between Alice Laslett & Charles Oiam registered at Thanet in September quarter of 1888 (vol 2a page 1359).
Stephen Crisford - no details known.
Fanny - no details known.
Ernest - twin to Edward.
Edward - twin to Ernest.
Ann – baptised 5 July 1829. Married a Mr. Packer.
Susan(na) – baptised 13 March 1831.
Eliza – born 1833, Kent.
Elizabeth – baptised 14 December 1834, Thanet, Kent. Elizabeth married Charles Alfred Keates on 11 May 1863 at Islington Green, Mdx. He was born 4 January in Lt Red Lion Ct, Charterhouse L., London the son of John Keates and Eleanor Groutage. Lived in London Charles working in the book or publishing trade. Had daughter. Died 14 November 1867, 15 Elizabeth Terrace, Islington, Mdx.
Elizabeth Margaret Keates – born 9 April 1865, Islington Mdx. Died 23 January 1949, Harold Wood, Essex. Married Frederick John Brett in 1889.
Sarah – Baptised 15 May 1836, Kent. In 1841 aged 5.
Clement – born 24 January 1838 at Stourmouth.
Stephen – Baptised 8 September 1839, Kent.
Charles – born 6 June 1841, Kent.
Thomas – baptised 2 April 1843. Married.
ELIZABETH - born 23 January 1790. Married Mr. Bristow. Died 6 December 1867 at Sandwich.
ANN - baptised 14 July 1797 at Woodnesborough. Married a Stephen Chrisford. Died 27 January 1881 at Ramsgate.
Family of John and Elizabeth Goodbourne
SARAH GOODBOURNE - born 4 March 1809. Married Mr. Emerson (b.1808). Sarah died on 4 March 1890, her husband in August 1887.
Anne Emerson - married Mr. Steel.
Adelina Anne Steel - married Walter Dannott.
Anne Crisford Steel - nothing else known.
Elizabeth Anne Steel - nothing else known.
Georgianna Annie Steel - nothing else known.
Stephen Steel - nothing else known.
Sarah Ann Emerson - married Mr. Brewer.
Norris Emerson - nothing else known.
If you need any further help just email me. I can also give you the BDM references if you want to buy copies of certificates from England.
All the best to you and your wife for Christmas and the new year.
----- Original Message -----
From: larry renaud
Sent: Wednesday, December 07, 2005 8:26 AM
Subject: Greetings from Chatham Ontario Canada
Your name and e mail address were passed on to me bo Patric Laslett .Iam doing recerch on my wife,s family ,yes anotherLaslett She is the only blood left of of family in canada . Her parents were Norris ( Jack ) Laslett and Francis Goonyou Laslett .Jack was the only son of Norris and Daisy White Laslett .Jack had one sister .Dorris Laslett Bagnell ,both were born in county of kent Brodstairs Dover .Grandfather along with Elizabeth J ,Daniel ,Annie And Norris lived in Faversham ,Kent England . Many years ago my late brother inlaw who at the time lived in Port Moody British Columbia had a fellow come to his door by the last name of Laslett .pat lost his Address but he told him that your people have a family renunion every year .Hope you can help me out .
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