John Attfield (1949- )

1 John Attfield (1949- ) [3]. Born 10 Aug 1949, King's College Hospital, Dulwich, London. Marr Norma van der Walde 19 Aug 2005, Standesamt, Buchholz, Germany.

2 Alfred Otten Attfield (1892-1983) [1]. Born 12 Aug 1892, Greenwich, Kent. Bap 4 Sep 1892, St Paul, Deptford, Kent. Marr Inez Ada King 4 Apr 1928, Greenwich Registry Office. Div 10 Mar 1950. Marr Sarah Sadie Barmes 10 Jun 1950, Register Office, Peckham Road, Camberwell, London. Died 26 Jul 1983, Lewisham Hospital, London.

4 Alfred Carter Attfield (1860-1922) [99]. Born 26 Dec 1860, Dacre Place, Lee, Kent. Marr Mary Louisa Otten 7 Dec 1891, St John's Church, North Woolwich. Died 13 Jul 1922, Lewisham, Kent. Buried 1922, Lewisham Cemetery, Grave 3260 Plot D.

1880-1890: Working on the San Antonio Rail Road, Texas
Returned to England 1890 on the Inman Line steamship "SS City of New York"
1901: Oil and colourman, 54 Lewisham Rd, Lewisham.

8 Francis John Attfield (1828-1877) [100]. Born 14 Jan 1828, Whetstone, Friern Barnet, Middlesex. Bap 10 Feb 1828, St James the Great, Friern Barnet, Middlesex. Marr Rebecca Carter 13 Mar 1855, Parish Church, Kennington, Surrey. Died 17 Aug 1877, 15 Brandram Road, Lee, Kent.

Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors, 16.5.1854.
Francis John Attfield. sued as F. J. Attfield, and as Frederick John Attfield, formerly of No. 6, Foxley-terrace, Earls-court, Kensington, Builder, then of No. 40, Kensington-place, Notting-hill, and late of No. 2, Waterloo-place, Shepherds-bush, all in Middlesex, and whilst at two last places carrying on business at Starch-green, Hammersmith, Middlesex, in partnership with Barnabus Jennings, and John Rayson, as Dealers in Gravel, and Brickmakers, under the style of Francis John Attfield.
London Gazette, 2.5.1854, p.1395.

Further activity in Raphael Street [Kensington] took place in 1852/3 with the erection of a row of five shops (which became Nos 33/37) on the shallow plots opposite the Pakenham Tavern. They were the work of a Kensington builder, Francis J. Attfield. Another builder, George Day of New Kent Road, was responsible for the remainder of the south side of the street, built up in 1854/5, and Nos 10 and 11 on the north side, built in 1854. Both Attfield and Day were presumably working under contract not as speculators, for in August 1853 all their houses ... were leased directly by Raphael's heirs to a West End solicitor, Frederick William Dolman ....
Day's houses ... were built close to the pavement edge, with gratings to light the basements or cellars. They had stuccoed window surrounds and roundarched entrances. The Pakenham Tavern was large and showy; its curved and fully stuccoed façade was echoed across the road by Attfield's shops.
Source: 'Knightsbridge Green Area: Raphael Street', Survey of London: volume 45: Knightsbridge (2000), pp. 91-2. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=45911
The source also includes a photograph of one of Attfield's buildings.

6 February 1878. The Will of Francis John Attfield late of 15 Brandram Road Lee in the County of Kent who died 17 August 1877 at 15 Brandram Road was proved at the Principal Registry by Rebecca Attfield of 15 Brandram Road Widow the Relict the sole Executrix. Personal Estate under £600.

9 Rebecca Carter (1829-1909) [132]. Born Nov 1829, North Mimms, Hertfordshire. Bap 22 Nov 1829, North Mimms, Hertfordshire. Died 19 Apr 1909, 32 Rosenthal Road, Catford.

5 Mary Louisa Otten (1872-1927) [129]. Born 17 Apr 1872, 7 Aldred Street, Bermondsey. Died 4 Jun 1927, Lewisham, Kent. Buried 8 Jun 1927, Ladywell Cemetery, Grave 3472 Plot D.

10 John Hermann Otten (c. 1831-1900) [1297]. Born c. 1831, Hannover, Germany. Marr Jane Ayerst 25 Dec 1852, Parish Church, St Mary Whitechapel. Died 1900, West Ham, Essex.

11 Jane Ayerst (1831-1917) [1298]. Born 26 Dec 1831, Shoreditch, Middlesex. Bap 27 Jan 1832, Saint Leonards, Shoreditch (source: IGI). Died 10 Mar 1917, Forest Gate Sick Home.

3 Sarah Sadie Barmes (1907-2004) [2]. Born 14 May 1907, Lewisham, Kent. Died 22 Oct 2004, Rosengarten-Klecken, Germany.

6 Moses (Morris) Barmes (1865-1938) [4]. Born 7 Nov 1865, 24 Shepherd St, Spitalfields. Marr Kate Abrahams 9 Nov 1887, The Borough New Synagogue, Southwark. Died 7 Oct 1938, St James Hospital, Balham.

Fruiterer, 165 New Cross Road (1901 census).

12 Nathan David Barmes (1830-1911) [31]. Born 18 May 1830, Amsterdam, Holland. Marr Sarah Boekman 8 Nov 1854, Amsterdam, Holland. Died 11 Jan 1911, London.

13 Sarah Boekman (1831-1910) [32]. Born 7 Mar 1831, Amsterdam, Holland. Died 14 Aug 1910, 38 Old Kent Road, London.

7 Kate Abrahams (1865-1933) [5]. Born 27 Jul 1865, 19 Calvert St, Shoreditch, Middlesex. Died 7 Oct 1933, 390 High Street, Catford, Lewisham.

14 Mark Henry Abrahams (c. 1832-1879) [1142]. Born c. 1832, White Lion Street, Whitechapel, London. Marr Esther Victoria Rogers 4 Mar 1862, Great Synagogue Chambers, St James Dukes Place, City of London. Div 15 May 1878, Decree Nisi. Died 24 Sep 1879, 53 St Mary Axe, London.

4 November 1879. The Will of Mark Abrahams late of 53 St Mary Axe in the City of London Printer and Publisher who died 24 September 1879 at 53 St Mary Axe was proved at the Principal Registry by Marcus Newmark of 151 Camberwell Road in the County of Surrey Warehouseman the sole Executor. Personal Estate under £200.

Will of Mark Abrahams printer and publisher of No.53 St Mary Axe in the City of London, 8 Sep 1879
All my furniture and household effects to be not sold or divided but retained for the use of my five unmarried children Annie Kate Henry Barron and Julia Abrahams; I bequeath all money due to me at the time of my decease and my share of book debts stock in trade interest on business and all other estate and effects to my dear mother Ann Abrahams for her own use, in consideration of which she shall pay the sum of twenty five shillings weekly to my daughter Annie towards the support of my five children, to be chargeable to the business so long as they are unmarried and unable to support themselves and provided always that they do not visit or remain in any way under the influence of their mother my late wife; should any one of them have any intercourse with their mother, he or she shall be excluded from any portion of the weekly allowance; my son Barron Abrahams now a pupil at the Jews Hospital Lower Norwood I leave my Executor to act as best he deems fit for his benefit when he leaves the Hospital; Mr Marcus Newmark of 151 Camberwell Road, exec.
Witnesses: Henry P Cohen, 18 Elgin Road W, Caroline Jacobs, 50 Warwick Road W
Proved London 4 Nov 1879 by exec.

15 Esther Victoria Rogers (1839-1891) [890]. Born 28 Apr 1839, St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex. Bap 7 Oct 1839, St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex. Marr Thomas Shortland 1887, Shoreditch, Middlesex. Died 10 Aug 1891, 57 Great Sutton Street, Clerkenwell, Middlesex.

SHORTLAND Esther Victoria, 25 August 1891. The Will of Esther Victoria Shortland (Wife of Thomas Shortland) formerly of 9 Cloth Fair Smithfield in the City of London but late of 57 Great Sutton Street Clerkenwell in the County of Middlesex who died 10 August 1891 at 57 Great Sutton Street was proved at the Principal Registry by Christopher William Pegrum of 1 Franchise Place Waltham Abbey in the County of Essex Assistant Proof Master the sole Executor. Personal Estate £75 16s. 3d.