Descendants of John Jones

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Descendants of John Jones
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  • 1 John Jones (Wolverhampton) m Elizabeth Unknown
    • 2 William Jones (1806- ) (Bilston, Staffordshire) m (1827, Wolverhampton) Ann Eaton (1809-1879)
      • 3 Sarah Jones (1830-1904) (Wolverhampton)
      • 3 Ann Maria Jones (1832- ) (Wolverhampton)
      • 3 Susanna Jones (1836- ) (Wolverhampton)
      • 3 William Henry Jones (1838- ) (Wolverhampton)
      • 3 Edward Jones (1840-1906) (Wolverhampton)
      • 3 John Jones (1841-1921) (Wolverhampton) [1] m (1866, London) Mary Ann Mauger (1833- ) daughter of Philippe (1809-1885) and Marie Susanne, nee Lamy (1815- )
        • 4 Alice Mary Jones (1869-1961) (St H) m (1907) Samuel George Langley (1870-1929)
        • 4 Florence Emma Jones (1870-1952) (St H) m (1901, Wolverhampton) William Henry Hughes Waldron (1871-1944) [2]
        • 4 Eleanor Mabel Jones (1872-1961) (St S) [3]
        • 4 John William Jones (1873-1942) (St H) m (1907, St Simon) Louise Madeleine Syvret (1880- )
        • 4 Ada Evangeline Jones (1875-1950) (St S) m John Edward Hocquard (1879-1956) [4]
        • 4 Edward Winter Jones (1876- ) (St S)
        • 4 Walter Mauger Jones (1877-1965) (St S)[5] m (1908) Winifred Jenkins (1878-1953)
          • 5 Stanley Walter Jones (1908-1959)
          • 5 Vyvyan Hugh Jones (1921-2005)
        • 4 Bertha Maud Jones (1881-1970) (St H)
      • 3 Emma Jane Jones (1846- ) (Wolverhampton)
      • 3 Eleanor Jones (1847- ) (Wolverhampton)

Notes and references

  1. Moved to Jersey. Established ironmonger's shop in Mulcaster Street. Lived at 5 Windsor Crescent
  2. Five children
  3. Went to America in 1891 returned in mid 1950s went to Wolverhampton area to look after blind sister Bertha. Died 1961. Was a domestic, then tutor to Douglas Fairbanks' children. Worked for government as a linguist during WW2
  4. Two sons, Raymond and John
  5. Old Victorian. Master of the schooner Miown, which was wrecked in a severe storm off Shoreham on 14 February 1914 while bound from London to Bristol with a cargo of cement. His eight crew members drowned and he only survived by clinging to the vessel's mast through the night, to be rescued in a very distressed state the following morning
Newspaper report of the shipwreck survived by Capt Walter Mauger Jones
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