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Edward Smith and Annie Elizabeth Rea

 




Husband Edward Smith



 
 Born: 1872
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 
 
 Marriage: 

Events

1. Occupation: leather merchant's assistant, 1901.




Wife Annie Elizabeth Rea



 
 Born: 1880 - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 



 
 Father: William Thomas Rea (1855-1885)
 Mother: Annie Elizabeth Morrell (1854-1906)





Children


1 F Doris Smith



 
 Born: 1898
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 
 




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Arthur Fenwick Robinson and Emmeline Rea

 




Husband Arthur Fenwick Robinson



 
 Born: 1867 - Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 
 
 Marriage: Abt Jun 1894 - Caistor, Lincolnshire 1

Events

1. Occupation: 1901, Fish Merchant.

2. Residence: 1901, Clee, Lincolnshire.




Wife Emmeline Rea



 
 Born: 14 Jan 1864 - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 1940
 Buried: 



 
 Father: John Rea (1831-1900)
 Mother: Jane Martha Dawson (1835-1930)



Events

1. Occupation: assistant teacher.


Children


1 M Herbert F. Robinson



 
 Born: Abt 1896 - Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 
 
 Spouse: Henrietta Selle (Abt 1893-      )
 Marr: Abt Mar 1918 - Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England 2




General Notes: Husband - Arthur Fenwick Robinson


He developed a very large wholesale fish business in Grimsby - Robinson & Co based in Pollitt St and Grimsby Fish Docks. In 1901 the couple were living at 100 Park St Clee Grimsby. They had a son Herbert F Robinson b.1896 Grimsby - he joined his father in the business and married in 1918 Grimsby Henrietta Selle b.1893 Hull (her grandfather had been Theodore Selle b.1838 Potsdam Germany who was a master cabinet-maker employing 14 people in Hull in 1861)


General Notes: Child - Herbert F. Robinson


He joined his father's firm.
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George Alfred Rea and Vossi Wilson

 




Husband George Alfred Rea



 


 
 Born: 27 Mar 1862 - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 17 Jan 1915 - at sea(off Sheringham Norfolk)
 Buried: 



 
 Father: John Rea (1831-1900)
 Mother: Jane Martha Dawson (1835-1930)



 
 Marriage: 25 Dec 1886 - St. Michael's Church, Wood Green, Edmonton, England 3

Events

1. Occupation: Between 1893 and 1896, Humber Pilot.




Wife Vossi Wilson



 


 
 Born: 19 Oct 1863 - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 25 Jan 1942
 Buried: 



 
 Father: Richardson Wilson (1831-      )
 Mother: 





Children


1 F Millicent Rea



 


 
 Born: 12 Oct 1889 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 28 May 1962
 Buried: 
 



2 M Thomas Rea



 
 Born: 22 Nov 1891 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 28 Jul 1960
 Buried: 
 
 Spouse: Ethel Shepherd (1889-1977)
 Marr: 9 Jan 1917 - St. Paul's, Newport, Mon



3 M Alfred Rea



 


 
 Born: 4 May 1894 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 9 Dec 1949
 Buried: 
 
 Spouse: Freda Nellie Hoskin (      -1969)
 Marr: 1924 - St. Woolos, Newport, Mon 4



4 F Stella Rea



 


 
 Born: 25 Aug 1896 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 11 Jan 1989
 Buried: 
 
 Spouse: William Evans (1894-1981)
 Marr: 23 Dec 1923 - St. Johns Maindee, Newport, Mon



5 F Vera Rea



 


 
 Born: 21 May 1900 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 14 Mar 1980
 Buried: 
 
 Spouse: John Sever (1894-1954)
 Marr: 7 Oct 1922 - St. Paul's, Newport, Mon



6 M Herbert Rea



 
 Born: 22 Sep 1903
 Christened: 
Died: 10 Feb 1977
 Buried: 
 
 Spouse: Gertrude Campbell (1906-1967)
 Marr: 27 Dec 1946 - Cathedral Bombay India



7 F Edna Rea



 


 
 Born: 21 Feb 1906
 Christened: 
Died: 13 Oct 1986 - Dorset
 Buried: 
 
 Spouse: Horace Gould March (1906-1980)
 Marr: 26 Dec 1934 - St. Pauls, Maindee, Newport, Mon




General Notes: Husband - George Alfred Rea


Captained a whaling ship based at the Hull Pier.

1883 12th June Gained 2nd Mate's Certificate (No 013008) at Hull
1883 2nd Mate on 'Godiva' (87037)
1884 2nd Mate on 'SS Penarth
2nd Mate on 'Milan' (10470) Owned by the Hull Co Brown & Atkinson Coastal voyages
1885 2nd Mate on 'Royal Minstrel' Owned by Hull Co Good, Flodman & Good
2nd Mate on 'Storm Lucon'?(80561)
1887 2nd Mate on 'Formosa' (70967)
1890 23rd Sept Examined and granted Humber Pilot 3rd class. By the Corporation of Hull Trinity House. According to their records he was born on 2nd March 1862. It is assumed that the date is incorrect and that he is the same George Alfred Rea. Recorded as being aged 28, 5ft 4ins . tall, light brown hair, light brown eyes, fair complexion.
1894-7 Living 105 Constable St. Hull
1892 1ST Nov. Promoted to Pilot 2nd class
1892 5th May Humber Conservancy Black Book shows that a Humber Pilot Thomas William Rowan was severely admonished for using abusive language to Alfred Rea and others on No7 pilot cutter 'Gertrude'on 20th Apri l 1992
1894 1st Nov Promoted to Pilot 1st class
1895-97Hull Town Directories show him as Humber pilot of 105 Constable Street Hull.
1899-1906 Hull Town Directories show him as Humber pilot of 204 St. George's Rd. Hull
1907 Hull Town Directories show him as Humber pilot of 48 Alliance Ave. Hull
1908 Hull Town Directories show him as Humber pilot of 158 Albert Avenue Hull.
1908 13th Jan Humber Conservency Black Book shows that a complaint against him for gross misconduct on board the 'H C Cawley'. He tendered his resignation, but was dismissed the service. Reason for misconduct is not known.
1909-10 The Town Directories of Newport Monmouthshire show him as a Mariner.Living at 282 Caerlyon Road, Newport, Mon.
1912-15 The Town Directories of Newport Monmouthshire show him as a Mariner Living at 47 Somerset Road, Newport, Mon.
1915 17th Jan He was drowned off Sheringham Norfolk whilst on board the SS Penarth, owned by Morrells of Cardiff, en route from South America with a cargo of pit props. Reputedly he was due to take over command of the ship at Hull as the Capt. was a drunkard. His wife Vossi was waiting for him at Hull having travelled especially from their Newport home.
1915 8th MarchThe index to Wills confirms that he was drowned at sea on 17th Jan and gives his home address as 47 Somerset Road Newport Mon. The administration of the will was given to his wife Vossi Wilson His effects amounted to 126-13s
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John Henry Rea and Norah Harriet Schollar

 




Husband John Henry Rea



 
 Born: Abt Sep 1860 - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 1920 - Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
 Buried: 



 
 Father: John Rea (1831-1900)
 Mother: Jane Martha Dawson (1835-1930)



 
 Marriage: Abt Dec 1892 - Caistor 5

 
 Other Spouse: Fanny Hamlyn (Abt 1861-1889) - 31 Jul 1882 - Waltham St. Chapel, Hull, Yorkshire, England

Events

1. Occupation: Boiler maker managing Clerk, Colour Sticker.




Wife Norah Harriet Schollar



 
 Born: Abt Sep 1865 - Walsingham, Norfolk 6
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 



Children


1 M Sutherland Schollar Rea



 
 Born: Abt Sep 1893 - Sculcoates, Yorkshire 7
 Christened: 
Died: Abt Sep 1893 - Sculcoates, Yorkshire, England
 Buried: 
 



2 M Newman Noel Rea



 
 Born: 1895
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 
 




General Notes: Husband - John Henry Rea


John Henry's wife Fanny died on 20 May 1889 from an ectopic pregnancy - leaving three very young children; these children were cared for by various members of the Rea family (particularly their Grandmother Rea ) until John Henry married (on 24.12.1892 St John's church New Clee) Norah Harriet Schollar (daughter of a coastguard in Grimsby) and they had two sons: Sutherland Schollar Rea 1893 (died at birth) and Newman Noel Rea b.1895; Norah was a loving stepmother to John Henry's three children by his first wife but left him before 1901 - it is said that she described him as a mean, tyrannical man (the census of 1901 lists Norah Harriett Rea as living with her son and sister at 11 Fountain St Hull). It is believed that John Henry Rea also had a son with a French woman (?Emmie Roux) when he was living in Germany: it is understood that the baby was sent away to a wet nurse at birth and later died.
John Henry Rea had a variety of jobs - managing clerk, commercial traveller, grocer's manager and manager of a colour works - before establishing (after his wife's death in 1889) several schools in Germany teaching English as a foreign language. He was based in Germany from c1900 - working as a translator and English language teacher (he was also a very active member of the English Club in Dusseldorf) until the outbreak of war in 1914 when he returned to the UK. For a time before he died he lived with his daughter Gwennie at 19 Blundell Avenue Cleethorpes but finally died of cerebral haemorrhage at 100 Scartho Road in Grimsby on 9 August 1920, the death was registered by his eldest son Henry Hamlyn Rea of 16 West Dock St Grimsby who inherited from his fathe r 50.16s.10d (there was no will).
Christening Holy Trinity, Hull Sept 5 1860.
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Thomas Rea and Ethel Shepherd

 




Husband Thomas Rea



 
 Born: 22 Nov 1891 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 28 Jul 1960
 Buried: 



 
 Father: George Alfred Rea (1862-1915)
 Mother: Vossi Wilson (1863-1942)



 
 Marriage: 9 Jan 1917 - St. Paul's, Newport, Mon



Wife Ethel Shepherd



 
 Born: 28 Jun 1889
 Christened: 
Died: 10 Oct 1977
 Buried: 



Children


1 M Keneth George Rea



 
 Born: 27 Mar 1918
 Christened: 
Died: Jan 1992
 Buried: 
 



2 F Joan Rea



 
 Born: 31 Dec 1919
 Christened: 
Died: 16 Dec 2005 - Bristol, England
 Buried: 
 




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John Sever and Vera Rea

 




Husband John Sever



 
 Born: 1894 - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 6 Feb 1954
 Buried: 
 
 Marriage: 7 Oct 1922 - St. Paul's, Newport, Mon



Wife Vera Rea



 


 
 Born: 21 May 1900 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 14 Mar 1980
 Buried: 



 
 Father: George Alfred Rea (1862-1915)
 Mother: Vossi Wilson (1863-1942)





Children


1 M Philip Sever



 
 Born: 14 Oct 1923
 Christened: 
Died: 20 Oct 2003
 Buried: 
 




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William Rea and Jane Reed

 




Husband William Rea



 
 Born: Abt 1804
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 



 
 Father: Thomas Rea (      -      )
 Mother: Ann Longhorn (      -      )



 
 Marriage: 26 May 1830 - Holy Trinity, Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England

Events

1. Occupation: Between 1838 and 1867, Humber Pilot.

2. Baptism: 22 Apr 1804, Aldbrough, Yorshire.




Wife Jane Reed



 
 Born: Abt 1813 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 



Children


1 M John Rea



 


 
 Born: 8 May 1831 - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 30 Oct 1831 - St. Mary's, Sculcoates, Yorkshire, England
 Died: 7 Oct 1900 - Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England 8
 Buried: 
 
 Spouse: Jane Martha Dawson (1835-1930)
 Marr: 5 Sep 1855 - Holy Trinity Church, Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England 9



2 M George Rea



 
 Born: Abt 1833 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 
 



3 F Jane Rea



 
 Born: Abt 1835 - Yorkshire, England 10
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 
 



4 F Sarah Ann Rea



 
 Born: Sep 1836 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 8 Sep 1836 - Holy Trinity, Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Died: 
Buried: 
 
 Spouse: Robert Arnold (      -      )
 Marr: 16 Sep 1858 - Holy Trinity Church, Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England



5 F Maria Rea



 
 Born: Abt 1839 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England 11
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 
 



6 F Elizabeth Rea



 
 Born: Dec 1840 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 23 Dec 1840 - Holy Trinity, Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Died: 
Buried: 
 



7 F Emma Rea



 
 Born: Feb 1843 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 16 Feb 1843 - Holy Trinity, Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Died: 
Buried: 
 
 Spouse: William Martin (      -      )
 Marr: Feb 1862 - Sculcoates Church, East Riding of Yorkshire



8 F Mary Rea



 
 Born: Feb 1845 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 14 Feb 1845 - Holy Trinity, Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Died: Abt 1845 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Buried: 
 



9 M William Rea



 
 Born: Jan 1849 - Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Christened: 17 Jan 1849 - Holy Trinity, Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
 Died: 
Buried: 
 




General Notes: Husband - William Rea


William Rea is confirmed to be the father of John Rea from the records of the Holy Trinity Church in Hull, reflecting the baptism of William's kids, as they coincide with the 1841 and 1851 census, which lists his wife, Jane, and the kids and indicates that her husband is an absent Humber Pilot. The 1861 Census shows him in residence with his family in Hull, gives his approximate birth year as 1805 and gives his birth place as "Aldbro". His Mate's Certificate dated 1857 confirms his birth place as Aldbrough, Yorkshire and gives a birth date of December 17, 1804. Based upon the parish records for Aldbrough, I believe the birth date to be wrong. He was baptised on April 22, 1804, the son of Thomas and Anne Rea. Thomas and Ann (Longhorn) Rea were married in Aldbrough on November 28, 1791 and had seven children there between 1792 and 1810. They, then, moved to Hull where they had an additional son, George, who was baptised at Holy Trinity Church in 1813. I know this to be the same couple, because the 1861 census lists a nephew, Edward Rea, as living in William's household. Edward's marriage record lists his father as George Rea. According to Marjorie D. Wood, this family has Scottish origins.

1838 Pilot of Commercial buildings of Waverly Street Hull.
1839 Trinity House Humber Pilot of No 5 boat, (Rover?) Commercial buildings of Waverly Street Hull.
1851 Trinity House Humber Pilot of 1 Ocean Court Hull.
1855 Trinity House Humber Pilot of Waverly Street Hull.
1858 Trinity House Humber Pilot of 1 Ocean Court Hull.


General Notes: Child - John Rea


Resided at 30 Day St. in 1868. Resided at 74 Trinity St., Kingston upon Hull at time of 1881 census. Resided in Clee with Weelsby Parish, Caistor District, Lincolnshire at time of 1891 census. According to 1871 census, he was a pilot of the pilot boat, Neptune, based in Hull. According to the description book maintained by The Corporation of The Hull Trinity House, in 1872 he was 5 feet 5 inches tall, had light brown hair and blue eyes and had "various flags and emblems marked in Indian ink on his arms".
1855Mariner Waverly Street Hull, mate on the Hawk under Thomas Dawson ( farther-in-law)
1857 10th FebCertified as Master (ordinary) Mariner at Hull. Cert No 10691
1858 John Rea appointed as a Humber Pilot (Records of the Hull Conservancy Board) it is assumed to be the same man as it gives his age on 1st Jan 1873 as 41, former employment as Mate on the Hawk and date of death as 7th Oct 1900. However according to Hull Trinity House records no John Rea was examined or granted a Pilots licence until 1872 at age 41,
1861 9th MayA John Rea was severely reprimanded but not fined for ramming the S. Humber into the
S. Scandinavian doing 77-00-00 of damage. (Records of the Hull Conservancy Board)
1862 Humber Pilot, 1 Hessle Road Buildings Waverly St, Hull (Town Directory)& George Alfred Rea's Birth Certificate
1863-67 Pilot, Ocean Place, Waverly Street Hull
1870 7th AprilJohn Rea was reprimanded and fined 1-00-00 for not going down (river) with the Tuskar as directed by the Commodore of Hull Trinity House and, being insolent to him.
1871 3rd April His wife Jane Martha Dawson and children were living at 44 Day Street Hull. He was not at home but his occupation is given as Humber Pilot. Gertrude youngest daughter is shown as 4months old. (1871 Census return)
1872 1st mate on the 'Essex' 60176 and the 'Emms' 47921 (Merchant Navy Records at the Public Records Office Kew)
1872 29th Nov. John Rea Examined & granted Humber Pilots Licence by the Corporation of the Hull Trinity House. It is assumed that, in the absence of any other record being found, that this is the same man described as Age 41, Born 1831, 5ft 6ins tall, light brown hair, blue eyes , fair complexion, with various flags and emblems marked in Indian ink on his arms. 44 Day Street Hull
1885 5th Feb John Rea with causing the loss of an anchor & chain of th e'Lazzaro Bianchiz' on the 11th May whilst bringing the vessel up in Grimsby Roads. The charge was not established due to the evidence being insufficient to decide how the incident occurred. (Records of the Hull Conservancy Board)
1866 Mariner.
1895 He became 65 years old and then or later retired to Grimsby


General Notes: Child - William Rea


According to the Description Book maintained by The Corporation of the Hull Trinity House, he was registered as a Humber Pilot in 1876 and had tatoos. He was 27.
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Arthur Frederick Lockwood Thompson and Florence Sutherland Hylsop Reed

 




Husband Arthur Frederick Lockwood Thompson



 
 Born: 1865
 Christened: 
Died: 1930
 Buried: 
 
 Marriage: Apr 1895 - London, England



Wife Florence Sutherland Hylsop Reed



 
 Born: 1877
 Christened: 
Died: 1921
 Buried: 



Children


1 F Marguerite Lockwood Thompson



 
 Born: 1909
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 
 
 Spouse: Arthur Max Potters (1900-1970)
 Marr: Apr 1956 - Palm Beach County, FL




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David Vychan ap David y Rhingill and unknown

 




Husband David Vychan ap David y Rhingill



 
 Born: 
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Died: 
Buried: 
 
 Marriage: 



Wife unknown



 
 Born: 
Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 



 
 Father: Reginald Walbeoff (      -      )
 Mother: 





Children


1 F unknown



 
 Born: 
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Died: 
Buried: 
 
 Spouse: Griffith ap Owen Gethin (      -      )




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Madog "Goch" Ap Ieuaf Ap Cuhelyn Ap Rhun\ and Lleucu Verch Hywel "Goch" Ap Meredydd Vychan

 




Husband Madog "Goch" Ap Ieuaf Ap Cuhelyn Ap Rhun



 
 Born: Abt 1270 - Of lloran Ucha
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 



 
 Father: Ieuaf Ap Cuhelyn Ap Rhun\ (Abt 1237-      )
 Mother: Efa Verch Adda Ap Awr (Abt 1245-      )



 
 Marriage: 



Wife Lleucu Verch Hywel "Goch" Ap Meredydd Vychan



 
 Born: Abt 1270 - Abertanat, Llanyblodwel, Shropshire, England
 Christened: 
Died: 
Buried: 



Children


1 M Madog "Cyffin" ap Madog



 
 Born: Abt 1298 - Garth Eyre, Wales
 Christened: 
Died: - Lloran Ucha
 Buried: 
 
 Spouse: Alice Verch Gruffydd Ap Rhys Ap Madog (Abt 1302-      )
 
 Spouse: Tangwystl Verch leuan "Foel" (Abt 1303-      )




General Notes: Child - Madog "Cyffin" ap Madog


He took the surname Kyffin being nursed in a place of that name in Llangedwyn to distinguish himself from his father, Madog Goch. He lived at Lloran Ucha.

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Sources


1 Civil Registration, Caistor 2nd Quarter 1894, vol 7a pg 1272.

2 Civil Registration Grimsby 1st Quarter 1918, vol 7a pg 1209.

3 Civil Registration, Edmonton, 4th Quater 1886, vol 3a pg 462.

4 Yorkshire BMD.

5 Civil Registration Caistor 4th Quarter 1892, Vol. 7a pg 1322.

6 Civil Registration Walsingham 3rd Quarter 1865, Vol. 4b pg 284.

7 Civil Registration Sculcoates 3rd Quarter 1893, Vol. 9d pg 163.

8 Civil Registration Grimsby 4th Quarter 1900, Vol 7a pg. 343.

9 Civil Registration, Hull, 3rd Quarter 1855, vol 9d pg. 307.

10 British 1841 Census, Kingston Upon Hull, Holy Trinity parish.

11 Civil Registration, Hull, 1st Quarter 1840, vol 22 pg [5]42.


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