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Charlotte Rice Allerton  ( 1837 – 1919 )

 

 

26.           CHARLOTTE RICE ALLERTON  was born ca. 1837 in Great Stambridge, Essex.

 

Father:           James George Rice Allerton

Mother:            Sarah Ann Scott                          (No.13)

 

 

In 1841, Charlotte Allerton, age 4, was living with her parents in Old Pool, Great Stambridge.

From the 1841 Census of Great Stambridge, Essex, we have the following:

Old Pool

Name - Age Sex - Profession - Born in County ?

James Allerton              30 M    Farmer                    y
Sarah        Do               30 F                                 [ blank ]
Frederic    Do                 8 M                                    y
Alexander Do                 7 M                                    y
Charlotte   Do                 4 F                                    y
Richard     Do                 2 M                                   y
Eliza  Allerton                24 F    I ndependent            y
Martha Scott                 20 F                                  y
Mary Bailey                   17 F      F  S                      y
Rachel Stevens             14 F      F  S                      y
Elijah Crick                    20 M     Ag Lab                  y
John Mead                    22 M        Do                     y
Henry Cockerton           17 M         Do                     y
James Greenover           25 M         Do                     y
Thornton                       20 M         Do                      y
Bugg                            22 M         Do                      y
Thomas Coleb               30 M         Do                      y
William Wiffen               24 M         Do                      y
Richard Clark                18 M         Do                      y

 

In 1851, Charlotte Allerton, age 14, scholar, was living at her grandfather, Richard Allerton’s home at 36 Norfolk Street in St. Clement Danes, Middlesex.

From the 1851 Census of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, we find the following:

36 Norfolk St

Name - Relationship – Married or Single – Age – Sex – Profession – Birthplace

Richard Allerton        Head           Wid  70 M     Land Agent                              Suffolk Warkingham
Charlotte Thornton    Daur           Mar  35 F     Housekeeper                           St Clement Danes
Charlotte Allerton    Gd. Daur       U     14 F    Scholar                                     Essex Hambridge
Alexander D. Kemp  Visitor          U      21 M    Independent Gentleman              Et Indies Calcutta
Elizabeth Percural   Ser              U     18 F     House Ser                                   Surrey  Kennington
Esther A. Biggs       Ser              U     24 F         do                                         Isle of Wight Ryde

 

Charlotte Rice Allerton married HENRY FOSTER SHATTOCK in 1860.

From the England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, we find the following Marriage entry from the Indexes:

Name:      Charlotte Rice Allerton / Henry Foster Shattock
Year:        1860
Quarter:   Oct-Nov-Dec  (4th Quarter)
District:    St James Westminster
County:    Middlesex
Volume:   1a      Page:  578

 

From a website, Marriage Announcements by Groom Surname: I to Z from the London Times, we find the following:

Groom:  Shattock    Bride:   Allerton    Date Published:   1860 October 13th

SHATTOCK - ALLERTON:  On the 2d inst., at S. James’, Piccadilly, by the Rev. W.J.B. Webber, of Demerara, Henry Foster, eldest son of Henry Mark Shattock, Esq. of Silverton House, Peckham-rye, to Charlotte Rice, only daughter of James George Rice Allerton, Esq., of Harling, Essex.

According to this, they were married on October 2, 1860 at St. James’, Picadilly.

 

Henry Foster Shattock was born ca. 1831 in Bermondsey, Surrey.   He was the oldest son of Henry Mark Shattock.

 

In the early 1860’s, Henry and Charlotte Shattock were living in Peckham Rye, Surrey.  By 1866, they were living in Croydon, Surrey.

 

In 1871, Henry and Charlotte Shattock were living at Thornton Heath, 1 Bentham Villas in Croydon, Surrey.  Henry was a Stock and Share dealer.

From the 1871 Census of Croydon, Surrey, we find the following:

Thornton Heath, 1 Bentham Villas

Name - Relationship – Married or Single – Age – Sex – Profession – Birthplace

Henry F. Shattuck     Head  Mar  40 M   Stock & Share Dealer             Surrey  Bermondsey
Charlotte R    Do       Wife   Mar  33 F                                                  Essex  Wallasea
Stanley M.     Do       Son              8 M   Scholar                                  Surrey  Peckham Rye
Mabel F.        Do       Dau              6 F    Scholar                                  Surrey  Peckham Rye
Eustace C.    Do       Son              5 M    Scholar                                  Surrey  Croydon
Montague M. Do       Son              3 M                                                     Do             Do
Harold A.       Do       Son             2 mo. M                                               Do             Do
Sarah L. Seth           Serv   Unm  16 F    General Serv                           Northampton  Benifield
Elizabeth Baxter       Serv   Unm  24 F    General Serv                           Northampton  Peterboro
Eliza Noake             Serv   Unm  20 F    General Serv                           Berks.        Spital
Fanny Kingston        Serv   Unm  20 F    General Serv                          Hants        Bluntisham

 

In 1881, Henry and Charlotte Shattock, were living at Glendore Hellicoth in Croydon, Surrey.  Henry was a Stock and Share dealer.

From the 1881 Census of Croydon, Surrey, we find the following:

Glendore [Hellicoth]

Name - Relationship – Married or Single – Age – Sex – Profession – Birthplace

Henry [T] Shattock       Head    Mar   50 M    Stock & Share Dealer            Surrey  Bermondrey
Charlotte        do          Wife     do      44 F                                               Essex  Rochford
Stanley M  Shattock     Son      Unm  18 M    Scholar                               Surrey  Camberwell
Montagu M     do          Son      do     13 M        do                                      do     Croydon
Emma Allen                 serv      do     32 F    Domestic Servant Cook          Essex  Maldon
Louisa  do                     do       do     15 F                     “ Housemaid       do        do

 

In 1891, Henry and Charlotte Shattock were living at 25 Barkston Gardens in Brompton, Kensington, London.  Henry was a Stock and Share Broker.  By now several of his sons are involved in the Stock and Share business.

From the 1891 Census of Brompton, Kensington, London, we find the following:

25 Barkston Gardens

Name - Relationship – Married or Single – Age – Sex – Profession – Birthplace

Henry F. Shattock       Head   M      60 M      Stock & share Broker               Employer         Bermondsey       Surrey
Charlotte R   do           Wife    M      53 F                                                                            Great Wakering  Essex
Stanley M     do          Son     S       28 M      Stock & share Brokers Clerk    Employed         Nunhead            Surrey
Eustace C    do          Son    S       25 M       Stock & share Broker              Employer         Croydon                do
Montague M do          Son    S       23 M                  do                   Clerk     Employed           do                     do
Harold A      do           Son    S        20 M                                                                              do                     do
Geoffrey O   do           Son    S       17 M                  do                    Clerk    Employed           do                      do
Eliza E  Hughes          Servt  Wid    47 F         Cook                                                            Madron                Cornwall
Ethel E. Kittimbery       do     S       18 F         Housemaid                                                    Weybridge           Surrey
Maria A. Adde              do     S       24 F         Parlor maid                                                    Paris                   France
Alice L. Elderfield         do      S      15 F         Kitchen maid                                                  Stoke  Pagis        Bucks

 

In 1901, Henry and Charlotte Shattock were living at 35 Philbeach in Brompton, Kensington, London.  Henry was retired living on his own means.  Son Montague was a Stock and Share Dealer, two other sons were Stock Broker’s Clerks.

From the 1901 Census of Brompton, Kensington, London, we find the following:

35 Philbeach [Gen]

Name - Relationship – Married or Single – Age – Sex – Profession – Birthplace

Henry F Shattock    Head   M       70 M      Living on own means                               London
Charlotte R            Wife    M       63 F                                                                    Wallasea              Essex
Stanley M              Son    S        38 M      Stock Broker’s Clerk                               Peckham              Surrey
Mabel F                 Daur   S       36 F                                                                    Nunhead              Surrey
Montague M “          Son    S        33 M      Stock & Share Dealer    Employer            Croydon               
Geoffrey O             Son    S        27 M      Stock Broker’s Clerk                                                         
Eliza Hughes          Serv    Wid    58 F        Cook Domestic                                        Maddron              Cornwall
[Bora] Wyatt                    S      29 F       Housemaid                                           Honiton                Devon
Alice Woodham               S       21 F                                                                  [Ocasdon]           Somerset

 

In 1903, Henry Foster Shattock died at the age of 72 years.

From the England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, we find the following Death entry from the Indexes:

Name:      Henry Foster Shattock
Age:         72
Year:        1903
Quarter:   Jan-Feb-Mar (1st Quarter)
District:    Kensington
County:    Greater London
Volume:   1a      Page: 138

 

In 1919, Charlotte R. Shattock died at the age of 81 years.

From the England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, we find the following Death entry from the Indexes:

Name:      Charlotte R Shattock
Age:         81
Year:        1919
Quarter:   Jan-Feb-Mar (1st Quarter)
District:    Kensington
County:    Greater London
Volume:   1a      Page: 207

 

 

 

CHILDREN OF HENRY FOSTER AND CHARLOTTE RICE (ALLERTON) SHATTOCK

 

 

32.          STANLEY M. SHATTOCK   was born in 1863 in Peckham Rye, Surrey.

In 1871, Stanley M. Shattock, age 8, scholar, was living with his parents in Croydon, Surrey (see above under the parents for census details).

In 1881, Stanley M. Shattock, age 18, scholar, was living with his parents in Croydon, Surrey (see above under the parents for census details).

In 1891, Stanley M. Shattock, age 28, a Stock and Share Broker’s Clerk, was living with his parents in Brompton, Kensington, London (see above under the parents for census details).

In 1901, Stanley M. Shattock, age 38, a Stock Broker’s Clerk, was living with his parents in Brompton, Kensington, London (see above under the parents for census details).

 

 

33.          MABEL F. SHATTOCK   was born ca. 1865 in Peckham Rye, Surrey.

In 1871, Mabel F. Shattock, age 6, scholar, was living with her parents in Croydon, Surrey (see above under the parents for census details).

In 1901, Mabel F. Shattock, age 36, was living with her parents in Brompton, Kensington, London (see above under the parents for census details).

 

 

34.          EUSTACE C. SHATTOCK   was born in 1866 in Croydon, Surrey.

In 1871, Eustace C. Shattock, age 5, scholar, was living with his parents in Croydon, Surrey (see above under the parents for census details).

In 1891, Eustace C. Shattock, age 25, a Stock and Share Broker, was living with his parents in Brompton, Kensington, London (see above under the parents for census details).

 

 

35.          MONTAGUE MANCHA SHATTOCK  was born in October 9, 1867 in Broad Green, Croydon, Surrey.

In 1871, Montague M. Shattock, age 3, was living with his parents in Croydon, Surrey (see above under the parents for census details).

In 1881, Montagu M. Shattock, age 13, scholar, was living with his parents in Croydon, Surrey (see above under the parents for census details).

In 1891, Montague M. Shattock, age 23, a Stock and Share Broker’s Clerk, was living with his parents in Brompton, Kensington, London (see above under the parents for census details).

In 1901, Montague M. Shattock, age 33, a Stock & Share Dealer, was living with his parents in Brompton, Kensington, London (see above under the parents for census details).

 

From a great website, there is information that Montague Mancha Shattock was in the military since 1892 into the early 1900’s.  When World War I broke out, Montague re-enlisted and was back to his unit.  While in France, he was killed in action on January 8 or 9, 1915 in the trenches near River Lys, Armentieres, France.  He was buried there behind the trenches.

 

 

Photo-Montague-Shattock.jpg (21376 bytes)

Photograph of Montague Mancha Shattock
     from Hillmantree, Cowell Family Tree, on Ancestry.com

 

 

From the Website, Roll of Honour - London - Stock Exchange, Compiled by Martin Edwards, we find the following:

From de Ruvigny’s Roll of Honour 1914-18 Part 1, pages 323-324 and Extracts from the Stock Exchange Memorial Book:

SHATTOCK, MONTAGU DE MANCHA, Capt., No. 4 Coy., 16th Battn.  (Queen’s Westminster Rifles) The London Regt. (T. F.), 3rd s. of Henry Foster Shattock, member of the London Stock Exchange, by his wife, Charlotte Rice (88A, Lexham Gardens, Kensington, W.), dau of James Allerton; b. Broad Green, Croydon, co. Surrey, 9 Oct. 1867; educ. St. John’s, Hurstpierpoint, and King’s College, London, and was afterwards a member of the Stock Exchange since around 1889.

1892 November - enlisted in the Queen’s Westminsters.

1902 April 5 - became 2nd Lieut.

1903 June 6 - promoted to Lieut.

1905 March 21 - promoted to Captain and appointed Musketry Instructor to the Regiment.

1905 - An enthusiastic, popular and influential officer, he captained the team of the “Queen’s” which defeated the 7th New York National Guard at Bisley (or Risley?) in 1905, and which visited New York for the return match in the following year.

1913 - Retired at the age of 46

1914 August 5 - World War I broke out and Montague immediately rejoined and was with his company again.

1914 November - Posted to the 1st Batttalion in France.  His Commanding Officer wrote “It was with the greatest pride and thankfulness that we received him back … a much-loved and valued comrade”.

1915 January 8 or 9 - Killed in action by a sniper’s bullet through the head in the trenches near River Lys, Armentieres, France.   “Poor old Mont, we all miss him fearfully”, wrote a brother officer.  “The only consolation is that he died a hero’s death”. “We all in the mess loved Montie”, wrote another. “Out here he was a very pattern of cheerfulness”.

 

 

36.          HAROLD A. SHATTOCK   was born in 1871 in Croydon, Surrey.

In 1871, Harold A. Shattock, age 2 months, was living with his parents in Croydon, Surrey (see above under the parents for census details).

In 1891, Harold Shattock, age 20, was living with his parents in Brompton, Kensington, London (see above under the parents for census details).

 

 

37.          GEOFFREY O. SHATTOCK   was born in 1874 in Croydon, Surrey.

In 1891, Geoffrey O. Shattock, age 17, a Stock and Share Broker’s Clerk, was living with his parents in Brompton, Kensington, London (see above under the parents for census details).

In 1901, Geoffrey O. Shattock, age 27, a Stock Broker’s Clerk, was living with his parents in Brompton, Kensington, London (see above under the parents for census details).

 

 

 

Sources:

1.     1841 Census of England, Essex, Great Stambridge, District 8, Image No. 2, Ancestry.com.  Public Record Office Reference HO 107 / 337 / 22, Original Page No. 9, Household of James Allerton.  February 12, 2009  Thursday 2:26 PM.

2.     1851 Census of England, Middlesex, St Clement Danes, St Clement Danes, District 1c, Image No. 15, Ancestry.com.  Public Record Office Reference H.O. 107 / 1512, Original Page No. 15, No. of Householder’s Schedule 68, Household of Richard Allerton.  February 12, 2009 3:10 PM.

3.    Civil Registration Index, Marriage of Charlotte Rice Allerton and Henry Foster Shattock, 4th Quarter (Oct-Nov-Dec), Year 1860, District St James Westminster, County Middlesex, Volume 1a, Page 578.  Searched May 23, 2009 Saturday 2:54 PM.

4.     Marriage Announcements by Groom Surname: I to Z from the London Times. Transcribed by Thomas Kidman.  Page 12, http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nyggbs/Marriage/ItoZLondonTimesMarriages.pdf.  1860 Marriage of Henry Foster Shattock and Charlotte Rice Allerton.  February 14, 2009 Saturday 3.00 PM.

5.     1871 Census of England, Surrey, Croydon, District 23, Image Nos. 29 & 30, Ancestry.com.  Public Record Office Reference R.G. 10 843, Original Page Nos. 30 & 31, Stamped Page No. 19, No. of Schedule [   ], Household of Henry F. Shattuck.  February 14, 2009  Saturday 2:20 PM.

6.     1881 Census of England, Surrey, Croydon, District 41, Image Nos. 26 & 27, Ancestry.com.  Public Record Office Reference RG 11 / 818, Original Page Nos. 26 & 27, Stamped Page No. 17, No. of Schedule 113, Household of Henry Shattock.  May 23, 2009  Saturday 2:10 PM.

7.     1891 Census of England, London, Kensington, Brompton, District 20, Image No. 24, Ancestry.com.  Public Record Office Reference RG 12 / 33, Original Page No. 24, No. of Schedule 124, Household of Henry F. Shattock.  May 23, 2009  Saturday 2:21 PM.

8.     1901 Census of England, London, Kensington, Brompton, District 22, Image No. 56, Ancestry.com.  Public Record Office Reference RG 13 / 37, Original Page No. 56, No. of Schedule 396, Household of Henry F. Shattock.  May 23, 2009  Saturday 2:36 PM.

9.     Civil Registration Index, Death of Henry Foster Shattock, 1st Quarter (Jan-Feb-Mar), Year 1903, age 72, District Kensington, County Greater London, Volume 1a, Page 138.  Searched May 23, 2009 Saturday 2:50 PM.

10.     1915 Montague M. Shattock killed in action in World War I. Roll of Honour - London - Stock Exchange.  By Martin Edwards.  http://www.roll-of-honour.com/London/StockExchange.html.  February 13, 2009.

11.     Photograph of Montague M. Shattock.  Ancestry.com, Cowell Family Tree, owner: Hillmantree.  May 25, 2009  Monday 4:58 PM.

12.     Civil Registration Index, Death of Charlotte R Shattock, 1st Quarter (Jan-Feb-Mar), Year 1919, age 81, District Kensington, County Greater London, Volume 1a, Page 207.  Searched May 23, 2009 Saturday 2:48 PM.

 

 

 

Last updated May 25, 2009  Monday  8:29 PM

Researched and Compiled by William Wallworth

 

 


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