Great
grand
parents

Gen.=+7
John   Bouch       Robert   Jefferson
1712-1748
  Robert   Hodgson
1721- of Mosside, Holm Cultrum
  John   Lowther
1708-1783
           
m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m.
    Mary   Messenger
1713-1801 heiress
Jane   Barwise
1721- www.familysearch.org/eng/search/PRF/search_prf.asp?submission_number=2532978%2D0406108093513
Mary   Jackson
1714-1790
     
Grand
parents

Gen.=+6
John   Bouch
b. ABT 1743
d. 1811
m. Ann   Foster
b. ABT 1747
d. JAN 1828
John   Jefferson
b. 1745
d. 1823 of Cunning Garth and Longmoor.
m. Mary   Hodgson
b. 1751
d. 1816
William   Lowther
b. 1740
d. 1812
m. Jane   Miller
b. ABT 1750
d. 18 AUG 1783 wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=DESC&db=mentalmickey&id=I0597
Joseph   Liddell of Baldwinholme m. Margaret   Liddell (nee ?)
Parents
Gen.=+5
John   Bouch
b. ABT 1770
d. 8 JAN 1830 Monument Yard, London Monument Yard, London Moved from Cumberland to London. Buried in St Magnus Martyr, Lower Thames St.
m. Jane   Jefferson
b. 16 APR 1779
d. 10 JUL 1820 Monument Yard, London Monument Yard, London
Nicholas   Lowther
b. 1780
d. 26 MAR 1833 THE LOWTHERS OF GT ORTON AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF NICHOLAS LOWTHER (1780-1833) oils, from an original portrait by Andrew Geddes ARA (1783-1844). 91.5cm x 71.5cm. A 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF MARGARET LOWTHER, sister to Nicholas, oils, painted by Andrew Geddes, 76cm x 63cm. (2) *** Margaret married John Bouch and both portraits have come by family descent to the present owner. Sold at auction for 420 on 21/3/2007 www.pfkauctions.co.uk/Catalogues/AS210307/page14.htm
m. Mary   Liddell
b. 1783
d. 28 JAN 1859 of St James, Piccadilly. Prob. the Mary Liddell christened 28 Jan 1783 Saint Giles, Great Orton, dau of Joseph & Margaret Liddell (IGI)
Husband,
wife &
siblings

Gen.=+4
Mary Ann 1803-1889
Jane 1805-
John 1806-1806
Elizabeth 1807-1808
Eliza 1809-1819
Robert 1813-1814
Emma 1815-1816
William 1816-1820
Foster 1817-1818
Emma 1818-
Anna 1819-
Daniel 1820-
John Bouch
b. 30 MAR 1811
d. 29 MAR 1895 Bromley, Kent
Clothing wholesaler of Coombe Lea, Bickley. Head of firm of 'Manchester merchants' in 7-8 Bread St., City of London. Belonged to Fishmongers Guild. Groomy says d. in 1893.
G4, ID=12

Other wives: Helen Rose Carey,
m.
Margaret Lowther
b. 27 SEP 1814 Islington, Middlesex
d. 31 MAR 1860 Woodford, Essex
Auction catalogue said she was Nicholas's sister
G4, ID=16
Isabella Jane 1816-1891
William 1818-1875 left 3 Cumberland farms to John Lowther Bouch but with a life interest to his own wife Sarah who lived on until ca.1916
Nicholas 1820-1853
Charles Henry 1824-1844
Mary 1826-1892 drank too much
Children
Gen.=+3
Margaret
b. 10 APR 1839 St Pancras (IGI) St Pancras (IGI)
d. 13 FEB 1909 St. Andrews Place, Regent's Park St. Andrews Place, Regent's Park drank too much. After Morell died she moved to The Little House, Wargrave, which he had bought some years before. After 1916 lived with either Ethel or Olga.
m.
Morrell, Dr Sir MacKenzie
b. 7 JUL 1837 742 High Road, Leytonstone, Essex!742 High Road, Leytonstone, Essex
d. 3 FEB 1892 Marylebone, London Marylebone, London Son of Dr. Stephen Mackenzie (1803-51), who was the elder (or eldest) son of the Rev. John Mackenzie. Heritage plaque at his birthplace, 742 High Road, Leytonstone. Lived i> n Wimpole St and then 19 Harley St. Bur. Wargrave, Berkshire. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morell_Mackenzie
Frances
b. ABT 1841 'Auntie Fan' lived in Oak Lodge, Shortlands, built by Uncle Edward Luck's architect brother Charles. Moved ca. 1899 to Hillside, Bickley. Invalid from 1873.
m.
Edward Carey
b. 1839
d. ABT 1888 'Uncle Ted' of Surbiton, then Shortlands and Bickley.
Marian
b. ABT 1842 Lambeth, Surrey Lambeth, Surrey
d. 1905 childless childless 'Auntie Mair'. Was in love with James Browne for ~30 yrs. Lived in Surbiton then house in Shortland adjoining Oak Lodge (sister Frances' house). After ~10 yrs of marriage her husband lost all his mon> ey and they had to move to a flat in London.
m.
Edward Luck
John
b. ABT 1843
d. ABT 1843 died within hours of birth
John Lowther
b. 1844 Lambeth, Surrey
d. APR 1926 or May of Surbiton. 1881: South Bank Holmwood Kingston On Thames, with whole family + Cook, Nurse & Housemaid Moved to house opposite Shortlands Church, Kent when wife died. Then Wendover Rd, off Mason's Hill, Bromley. Took over as head of firm from his father. Belonged to Fishmongers Guild. Firm went into bankruptcy in 1902. Then manager at firm of Rylands. Retired ca. 1911 and went to live with son Lowther in Ackworth.
m.
Eliza Browne
b. 1848 Tulsehill, Surrey
d. FEB 1897 'Bunny'. Invalid from 1889. Bur. at west end of St Mark's Church, St. Mark's Hill, Surbiton.
William (Willie)
b. ABT 1847
d. ABT 1895 Sydney Sydney Lived above the firm in Bread St. Emigrated about 1885. Was engaged when he died of a heart attack.
Jane
b. 1849 or 8, Camberwell, Surrey
d. ABT 1890 'Aunt Janey'. Died of a blood-clot on the brain.
m.
Morton Peto Betts
b. 30 AUG 1847 Bloomsbury, London
d. 19 APR 1914 Prob. son of Ann Peto (sister of Sir Samuel Morton Peto) and Edward Ladd Betts (5 June 1815 - 21 January 1872,  ) of Preston Hall, Aylesford, Kent. Worked 2-3 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Betts
Alfred
b. ABT 1850 Camberwell, Surrey Camberwell, Surrey
d. BEF 1926 lived with his father & step-mother for a while. Played cricket for Bickley. Then got a housemaid pregnant and married her and lived with her family in Raunds, Northants. Disowned by his father. Alive in 1910.
m.

m.
Charles
b. ABT 1854 Denmark Hill, Surrey Denmark Hill, Surrey Clerk then junior partner in family firm, Bouch, Coath & Co. in Broad St. Lived with father & step-mother until he married then in Montpelier Square
m.
Florence Cottam
b. ABT 1865 'Aunt Flossie'
Alice
b. ABT 1854 Denmark Hill, Surrey Denmark Hill, Surrey
d. ABT 1911 unmarried, Keston? unmarried, Keston? did not marry. Lived with father and step-mother. Went partially deaf as a result of Scarle Fever as a schoolgirl. On her father's death she went to live in Raunds for ca. 2 years to be near Alfred. T
Grand
children

Gen.=+2
Henry Harvey Morell ABT 1864-8 JAN 1916 Harrow School. Drank too heavily. Had leg amputated after accident in a dogcart. Thereafter lived at Wargrave.
Kenneth Morrel, Dr 22 JAN 1867-26 JAN 1915 lived in Morland, Cumbria in 1906. Drank too much.
Ethel Margaret Morrell 1869-9 SEP 1929 engaged previously to Theodore's brother Reginald (1863-1943), who became an MP and Chancellor of the Exchequer  Died of cancer. Obit. The Times 11 Sep 1929. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reginald_McKenna
Hilda Marian Morell 1871-ABT 1916 Lived at Scatwell, the house built by her father in the grounds of The Little House at Wargrave. Died of drink shortly after her brothers.
Olga Muriel Morrell 1873-BEF 1953 m. at 19; Groomy was a bridesmaid. Lived at Ousely's, Wargrave and St Andrew's Place, Regent's Park. Bought an Elizabethan house 'Great Surreys' near East Grinstead.
Arthur E. 1867-23 DEC 1904 House near Shortlands station. When they inherited a lot of money from Dolly's father they moved to a larger house further up Shortlands Hill & also bought a small house in Sheringham. Died of TB.
Harold L. 1868-1948 Joined Carey & Browne, Mincing Lane and became head of firm when Uncle Bob retired. Bought Greenways, Tunbridge Wells when he retired.
Wilfred SEP 1870-1945 of Oakwood, Keston (1932-35), then Sandford St Martin, then Burford. Had 'pashes' on various men but later devoted to Phyllis Southby.
Kathleen 1872-1917 'Auntie Kath'. Groomy was a bridesmaid. Died following a lung haemmorhage.
    John Lowther 1872-1942 'Lowther' who compiled the Lowther and Bouch family trees. Birth record see  Marlborough School. Initially studied Law. Ordained 1904. First curacy in Stepney, 2nd (1907) in Bryanston Square. Vicar of Ackworth, West Yorks, 1910-1940. Was left the three Cumberland farms inherited by his father from William Lowther. Lived 1940-42 with his daughter Anne at Wakefield. www.kingston.gov.uk/births+36.pdf
Margaret Lowther 1873-1958 'Peggie' 'Groomy'. Lived Hayes Cottage, Keston (1897-1905) then in Westwood (1905-11), then in Heatherside (1911-), later in Post Cottage, Bookham (1940-1951) & lastly with Mem & Demon at Lammas Cottage.
Marion (May) Frances ABT FEB 1875-1923 Twin to Amy Dorothea. Mentally subnormal and ended up in an asylum
Amy Dorothea 1875-1965 'Auntie Doll', twin. Started her own school in the Vicarage.
William Morell ABT 1878-2 FEB 1903 educ. Marlborough then Brasenose College, Oxford. President of the JCR. Played Football for Oxford.
  Marion Alice "Mab" ABT 1880- age 1 at 1881 census. After her mother died went to live with Auntie Mair (Marion Luck, nee Bouch). Developed heart trouble and couldn't work. Lived off annuity from sister Marjorie. Alive in 1950.
Marjorie ABT 1880- after her mother died went to live with Auntie Fan (Frances Carey nee Bouch). Ran a coffee shop in the City with Maude. After marriage lived in Cheshunt.
Maude ABT 1883- after her mother died went to live with Grandmamma Bouch (Helen nee Carey). Ran a coffee shop in the City with Marjorie.
5-7 other children
Ernest Eldest boy. Started a clerkship in the City in his teens but died very shortly of TB
Stewart 1890-1894 twin. Died of pneumonia aged 4
Charles Murray Lowther, Rev. 1890-AUG 1959 'Murray' twin. Had a speech impediment. Served in WW1. Then took orders and got a curacy in Carlisle. Then Rector of Clifton near Penrith. Author of book and articles on Cumberland history.
ABT 1896-ABT 1900 'mongoloid'
 
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