William Amos Bartholomew

Author: Deirdre Duff
Date published: 01/01/2021

William Amos Bartholomew

Born in 1900 he was the only child of Amos Bartholomew and his second wife Mary Ann (née Clark).  His birth was registered in the district of Kingsclere, Hampshire. His father’s occupation was bricklayer/builder.

His father married Mary Ann Clark on 11 November 1899 at the Parish Church of Hackney, London.  He was aged 48 years and she was aged 40 years. 

In 1901 his parents were living at “Renfrew”, 10 York Road, Newbury, where he died aged 6 months, and he was buried on 4 May 1901.


No Mrs. P. Code


His parents and aunts are also buried in the Cemetery in the same plot (Mrs. P. Code S 15, page 8):

Amos Bartholomew died 28 June 1929 aged 78 and buried on 3 July 1929.

Mary Ann Bartholomew (née Clark) died 3 October 1942 aged 84 and buried on 7 October 1942.

Sarah Ann Clark died 20 May 1950 aged 83 and buried on 24 May 1950.

Eliza Jane Grove (née Clark) died 17 February 1957 age 94 and buried on 21 February 1957.


Sources:  Birth Index 1900 (4Q); Death Index 1901 (3Q) and BBI; 1901 census; his parents’ marriage record.







Sources: as above

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