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Toby HOBBIS's other family: with Rachael KEATS (1757?-1825)
Lucy JONES's other family: with William WEAVING (1771?- )

Family of Toby [Tobias] HOBBIS and Lucy JONES

Husband: Toby [Tobias] HOBBIS (1763-1824)
Wife: Lucy JONES (bef1773- )
Children: Tobias HOBBIS (aft1791-1861)
Status: Never Married

Husband: Toby [Tobias] HOBBIS

Name: Toby [Tobias] HOBBIS 1
Sex: Male
Father: John HOBBIS (1733?-bef1797)
Mother: Elizabeth SYMONDS (aft1738-1816)
Birth 19 Jan 1763 Grove, Berkshire, England 2
Baptism 25 Jan 1763 (age 0) Wantage parish church, Berkshire, England 2
Residence Aug 1816 (age 53) Standlake, Oxfordshire
Will 27 Oct 1824 (age 61) Standlake, Oxfordshire 3
Death Nov 1824 (age 61) Standlake, Oxfordshire,England 4
Burial 6 Nov 1824 (age 61) Ardington parish church, Berkshire 4
Probate 1 Jun 1825 (age 62) London 3
Occupation yeoman farmer

Wife: Lucy JONES

Name: Lucy JONES 1
Sex: Female
Father: Thomas JONES (bef1739-1826)
Mother: Mary MRS JONES (1733?-1828)
Birth bef 28 Feb 1773 Hatford, Berkshire, England 1
Baptism 28 Feb 1773 (age 0) Hatford, Berkshire 1

Child 1: Tobias HOBBIS

Name: Tobias HOBBIS 5
Sex: Male
Spouse: Harriet CASTLE (aft1795-1851)
Birth btw 31 Mar 1791 and 25 Dec 1792 Hatford, Berkshire, England 1,6
Baptism 25 Dec 1792 (age 0-1) Hatford, Berkshire, England 1
Occupation (1) 1819 (age 26-28) yeoman
Occupation (2) 1823 (age 30-32) labourer 7
Occupation (3) 1826 (age 33-35) yeoman 7
Occupation (4) 1841 (age 48-50) dealer 8
Occupation (5) 1844 (age 51-53) horse dealer 9
Occupation (6) 1846 (age 53-55) licensed victualler 5
Occupation (7) 1851 (age 58-60) general labourer 10
Census 7 Apr 1861 (age 70) Newbury, Berkshire, England 11
Death 21 Jun 1861 (age 71 (!)) Newbury, Berkshire, England 12
Burial 24 Jun 1861 (age 70) Newbury St Nicholas, Berkshire 13

Additional Information

Birth His birth place was recorded as Hatford on the 1861 census.
Baptism He was recorded as Tobias Hobbs natural son of Tobias b of Grove and Lucy Jones of Hatford.
Census Union Workhouse
He was listed as T Hobbs, widower, a pauper inmate. In this census his birthplace was given as Hatford, Berks.
Death Union Workhouse

Sources

1"Hatford parish registers - transcriptions". Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Society of Genealogists Library, Charterhouse Buildings.
2Berkshire FHS, "Wantage (Berkshire) Parish Register Transcripts".
3"Toby Hobbis Last WIll and Testament" (Cat ref Prob 11/1700).
The National Archives.
4"Ardington (Berkshire) parish register transcripts". Assessment: Secondary evidence.
5Jno Turner officiating minister, "John Thorowgood Marriage Certificate registered entry No 23".
6"1851 census". HO107/1685 folio 231 page 6. Cit. Date: 30 March 1851. Assessment: Primary evidence.
The Family Records Centre, Myddleton Street, London.
7"Stanford in the Vale parish registers - transcriptions". Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Society of Genealogists Library, Charterhouse Buildings.
8"1841 census". HO107/33 folio 15 page 23. Cit. Date: 6 June 1841. Assessment: Primary evidence.
The Family Records Centre, Myddleton Street, London.
9Benjamin Morland Curate Letcombe Regis Parish Church, "Mary Hobbis Certificate of Marriage Registered Entry no 30 4th quarter 1844". Cit. Date: 23 October 1844. Assessment: Primary evidence.
10BHFS, "Berkshire FHS transcription of the 1851 census". HO107/1685 nfolio 231 page 6. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
11"1861 census". RG9/720 folio 165 page9. Cit. Date: 7 April 1861. Assessment: Primary evidence.
The Family Records Centre, Myddleton Street, London.
12Thomas Ward Jnr Deputy Registrar Newbury Sub district, Newbury Registration District, "Tobias Hobb(i)s Certificate of Death Registered Entry no 413 2nd quarter1861". Cit. Date: 24 June 1861.
The informant was Peter Capon, present at the death, of Union Workhouse
13Berkshire FHS, "Berkshire Burial Index".