Richard Lampard of Maidstone
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Richard Lampard of Maidstone

  • Born: 1834, Maidstone, Kent, England
  • Christened: 24 Sep 1834, All Saints, Maidstone, Kent, England 1
  • Died: 25 Feb 1878, Maidstone, Kent, England 2 4
  • Buried: 28 Feb 1878, Maidstone, Kent, England 3

  Research Notes:

Richard son of Stephen Lampard of Maidstone, postman, and Mary Ann (baptismal record)


At the time of the 1861 England Census Richard Lampard, age 26, born in Maidstone, unmarried, cellarman, was living at 28 Albion Place, Maidstone Kent. With him was his mother Mary A Lampard (61) of Maidstone, widow, annuitant, and cousin Mary Lampard (60) of Hollingbourne Kent, unmarried, retired house servant.

During the 4th quarter of 1864, in the Maidstone district, Richard Lampard married widow Mary Ann Stray, who died before the 1871 Census.


CAUTION TO PUBLICANS.—On Saturday, before J. Clifford, Esq., Mayor, G. Edmett, E. Stacey, and R. Cooper, Esqrs.), Richard Lampard, landlord of the Wellington Inn, Mill-street, was charged with having his house open during the prohibited hours on Sunday morning, the 13th December. Sergt. Rhodes stated that while going down Bank-street just as the clock struck two on Sunday morning last, he heard loud talking in Mill-street, and on proceeding to the Wellington Inn he found that house open and several persons in the kitchen. Defendant said they were lodgers, and that he could not get them to go to bed. In the back yard he found two men, one of whom was not a lodger. One of the men in the kitchen had got a quart pot full of beer, and asked witness if he would have a drink of water. In answer to defendant, Rhodes said he knew the pot contained beer and not water, because there was some froth. Defendant stated that he had not drawn any beer after 12 o'clock, but that all the persons in his house were lodgers. The pot out of which the man asked Rhodes to drink contained water and not beer. The magistrates, however, thought the charge fully proved, and inflicted a fine of £1 and 9s. costs.

South Eastern Gazette, 22 December 1863, p. 4


In May 1870 Richard Lampard of Maidstone, innkeeper, was co-executor of the Will of his late brother William Lampard of Mill St., Maidstone.

At the time of the 1871 England Census Richard Lampard, age 36, born in Maidstone, widower, was living at 72 Week Street, Maidstone Kent. With him was his deceased wife's daughter Ellen Stray (13) of Basford Notts., scholar.


Richard Lampard died aged 44 years. 2


The Will of Richard Lampard late of Maidstone in the County of Kent, licensed victualler, who died 25 February 1878 at Maidstone was proved 26 March 1878 at the Principal Registry by John Lampard of 20 Austin-friars in the City of London, gentleman, the brother, and Tom Coatsworth of Maidstone, baker, the executors. Personal estate under £450. 4


1 Maidstone All Saints baptisms 1558-1912.

2 England and Wales Death Registration Index 1837-2007, Maidstone district, 1st Quarter, vol. 2a, p. 415.

3 England, Select Deaths and Burials, 1538-1991.

4 England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1995, 1878, p. 381.

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