Andrew PEARCE of Mylor Bridge
Catherine McQUILLON
(Abt 1796-1875)
George Warren LAWRENCE
Jenifer PETERS
Emily Catherine PEARCE


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Matthew Nesbit MACE

Emily Catherine PEARCE

  • Born: 1849, Fortune's Well, Portland, Dorsetshire, England
  • Christened: 15 Jul 1849, Portland St. John, Dorsetshire, England
  • Married: 14 Dec 1871, Holy Trinity Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England
  • Died: 17 Jan 1920, Clapton, London, England

   Research Notes:

In 1881 Emily C. Mace (30) of Portland Dorset and husband Mathew N. Mace (30) of Weymouth Dorset, messenger HM customs (CS) were living at 56 Lockhurst St., Hackney London with children: Alfred Geo. (8) of Bermondsey, scholar, Annie Emily (7) of Bermondsey, scholar, Walter Nesbit (5) of Bow, scholar.


In 1891 Emily C. Mace (40) of Portland and husband Matthew Mace (40) of Weymouth, Officer of Customs, were living at 68 Elderfield Rd., Hackney with sons Alfred G. (18) of Rotherhithe Surrey, draper's assistant, Walter G. [sic] (15) of Bow, engineer's apprentice, slightly deaf from childhood.


In 1901 Emily Mace (50) of Devonshire [sic], married, was working as a domestic servant at 52 Eltham Rd., Lee, London [Kent].


In 1911 Emily C. Mace (61) of Portland and husband of 39 years M. Nesbit Mace (60) of Weymouth, were living at 76 Elderfield Rd., Lower Clapton.


Emily Catherine Mace of 76 Elderfield Rd., Clapton Middlesex (wife of Matthew Nesbit Mace)... Administration London 9 Feb 1920 to the said Matthew Nesbit Mace, retired civil servant.

   Marriage Information:

Emily married Matthew Nesbit MACE, son of Frederick William MACE and Unknown, on 14 Dec 1871 in Holy Trinity Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England. (Matthew Nesbit MACE was born about 1850 in Weymouth, Dorset, England and died on 8 Sep 1934 in Clapton, London, England.)

   Marriage Notes:

Matthew Nesbit Mace, 21, bachelor, officer of customs, of Stepney London, son of Frederick William Mace, master mariner, and
Emily Catherine Pearce, 21, spinster, of Weymouth, daughter of Andrew Pearce, carpenter

Married after Banns

Witnesses: Alfred Edward Mace, Jane Mace

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