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1 "Gent" Hawkins, Francis (I369)
 
2 (Galfridus) Rector of Water Newton 1660-1700
St Remigius Church 
Hawkins, Geoffrey (I360)
 
3 1851 Census: Film 1816, Folio 381,2
Age 32, Boot & Shoemaker, living at Eagleton's Buildings, Heigham
1881 Census: Film 1952, Folio 85
Age 63, Shoemaker, living at Greyhound Opening, Tinklers Lane, Heigham 
Fulcher, Samuel (I142)
 
4 1881 Census: Sched. 94, Causeway. Film 1952, Folio 117
Causeway Tavern, Russell St.
Shoemaker and Licensed Victualler 
Fulcher, Henry (I083)
 
5 aka. Rita Woods, Margaret Kathleen (I432)
 
6 B.A.
Rector Water Newton 1700-1719
Rector Higham Gobion 1720- 
Hawkins, Jeffery (I372)
 
7 Baptism record:
St Botolph's, Bishopgate. - 4th Feb 1778 - Cert. 180
Robert Welbank, 18 Days Old, son, of William and Jemima

 
Welbank, Captain Robert (I474)
 
8 Birth: Richard William Welbank
Sex: boy
Date: 3rd April 1855
Place: St Luke Chelsea, North East Chelsea. [Cert.279]
Father: Richard Welbank
Father's Occupation: Newspaper agent
Mother: Mary Ann Welbank formerly Hawkins
Informant: M.A.Welbank - Mother - 21 Sloane Square, Chelsea.
Date of Reg: 27th April 1855  
Welbank, Richard William (I008)
 
9 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lowe, Sophie Roberta Welbank (I462)
 
10 Cabman Fulcher, John (I400)
 
11 cabman Fulcher, James (I401)
 
12 Captain, Royal Marines Hawkins, Samuel Holditch (I344)
 
13 Cissy Woods, Sarah Jane (I059)
 
14 Clerk in Holy Orders Hawkins, Henry (I306)
 
15 coalseller Fulcher, Alfred (I402)
 
16 Death of: Richard Welbank
Date: 16th Feb 1853
Sex: male
Age: 69
Place: South Chelsea, Middx, [Cert 208]
Cause of Death: Chronic Asthma, 5 years; Bronchitis, 1 month
Informant: I Gould, 77 Lower Sloane St, Chelsea.

 
Welbank, Richard (I013)
 
17 Drove the first electric tram in Belfast in 1901.
Owned large lodging house in Sandy Row, Belfast. 
Totton, Alfred (I439)
 
18 farmer Hawkins, Francis (I389)
 
19 from Billye D Jackson (coffey@maiul.viptx.net Hawkins, Robert (I286)
 
20 James Welbank, son of Christopher, late apprentice of Henry King, citizen and Vintner of London, was made a freeman of the Mayoralty of Charles Price Esq., Mayor, 15th June 1803.

This is to certify that on the 6th October 1802 James Welbank late apprentice to Henry King, Citizen and Vintner of London, was admitted into the Freedom of the Worshipful Company of Vintners in right of his said Apprenticeship. As by the Books of the said company appears.  
Welbank, James (I028)
 
21 Lived in Camberwell after mother remarried to William Welbank. Welbank, Mary Ann Eliza (I017)
 
22 Marriage: Richard William Welbank to Alice Marian Pike
Date: 2nd June 1879
Place: The Presbyterian Church, Norwich Cert.189
Richard William Welbank , age 24, bachelor
Rank or Profession: Engineer
Residence: 7 Alexandra Road, Heigham, Norwich
Father: Richard Welbank (deceased)
Father's Rank or Profession: Stationer
Alice Marian Pike, age 20, spinster
Rank or Profession: Confectioners Assistant
Residence: 3 Alexandra Road, Heigham, Norwich
Father: James Colby Pike
Father's Rank or Profession: Shoe Manufacturer

Witnesses:
James C Pike
Mary Ann Eliza Welbank
C E Stannard  
Family F004
 
23 occupation: Tanner Fulcher, Thomas (I159)
 
24 of Fullwood Rents, St Andrews, Holborn.
Will dated 1790, prov. 1st May 1796 [PCC 256 HARRIS] 
Knapp, Richard (I453)
 
25 of St James, Westminster
Will: dat. 1794 Aug 15, prov. 1797 Oct 2 [PCC 649? EXETER] 
Knapp, Catherine ? (I454)
 
26 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Woods, John Andrew (I054)
 
27 probably great-grandson of Sir Richard
member of the Inner Temple in 1700
serjeant at law in 1723 
Hawkins, Serjeant William (I302)
 
28 Rector Higham Gobion Hawkins, Francis (I380)
 
29 Richard and Alice appear to have lived at 7 Alexandra Road, Heigham, Norwich after their marriage in 1879, at least until 1883, although there seems to be toing and froing from the Broughton Road, Banbury residence. Richard attended a Presbyterian training course in Nottingham at one point. Four of the children did not survive.


Richard William invented and manufactured the 'Welbank Boilerette'; a device for cooking vegetables without large quantities of water. One of his Boilerettes can be seen in the Science Museum, London.


He built the devices at his works in North Newington, Banbury. As a keen Presbyterian, he maintained a printing press at the works and sold the devices accompanied by printed religious tracts.

 
Welbank, Richard William (I008)
 
30 Royal Marines Hawkins, John Gilbert Hayne (I186)
 
31 Royal Marines Hawkins, William Gilbert Courtenay (I345)
 
32 Rugby School roster
Major, East India Co.
bur. Higham Gobion 26/9/1812 
Hawkins, Henry (I391)
 
33 Station Master at Balmoral, S. Belfast. Watson, Alan (I448)
 
34 Surgeon in Royal Navy Polden (I351)
 
35 Teacher in Kenya. Woods, Thomas (I430)
 
36 War Service: Gunner J W Welbank, 179663
Served with: "D" Bty. 286th Bde. Royal Field Artillery
Died: 11th Oct 1918
Commemorated: Naves Communal Cemetery Extn, Nord, France. Plot 2 Row C Grave 4
Husband of C. Welbank of North Newington, Banbury, Oxon. 
Welbank, John William (I006)
 
37 went to Canada Fulcher, Sam (I085)
 
38 went to Canada Fulcher, Walter (I086)
 
39 went to Canada Barker, Ruth (I119)
 
40 went to Canada Barker, Lilley (I120)
 
41 went to Canada Barker, Maude (I121)
 
42 [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: 30 Aug 1998, Internal Ref. #1.112.6.114841.77]

Individual: Welbank, Alice
Social Security #: 164-50-3492
Issued in: Pennsylvania

Birth date: 17 Oct 1896
Death date: Apr 1985


Residence code: Pennsylvania

ZIP Code of last known residence: 19437
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:

Gwynedd Valley, Pennsylvania

 
Welbank, Alice (I483)