Elizabeth Redman

b. 7 May 1820, d. 30 June 1868
FatherJohn Redman b. 23 Jul 1799
MotherSarah Fuller b. c 1801
     Elizabeth Redman was born in 1820 at Brighton, Sussex, England.
Elizabeth Redman was baptized on 7 May 1820 at Brighton, Sussex, England. She was the daughter of John Redman and Sarah Fuller.
On 28 April 1839 Elizabeth Redman lived at 5 Spring Gardens, Brighton, Sussex, England.1
Elizabeth Redman married George William Marchant, son of Richard Marchant and Sarah Gillam, on 28 April 1839 at St Nicholas Church, Brighton, Sussex, England.1
Elizabeth Redman witnessed the birth of William George Buckran Marchant on 8 July 1847 at 16 Suffolk Place, Brighton, Sussex, England; his name is simply recorded as William Marchant.2
On 8 July 1847 Elizabeth Redman and George William Marchant lived at 16 Suffolk Place, Brighton, Sussex, England.2
On 30 March 1851 Elizabeth Redman and George William Marchant lived at 2 Suffolk Cottages, Brighton, Sussex, England.3
Elizabeth Redman died on 30 June 1868 at 35 Carlton Row, Brighton, Sussex, England, at age 48. Died of Phthisis.4

Family

George William Marchant b. 12 Nov 1820, d. 8 May 1902
Marriage*
Elizabeth Redman married George William Marchant, son of Richard Marchant and Sarah Gillam, on 28 April 1839 at St Nicholas Church, Brighton, Sussex, England.1
Children

Citations

  1. [S155] Copy marriage certificate of George Marchant and Elizabeth Redman, married 28 Apr 1839 in the Registration District of Brighthelston, Sussex, England (General Register Office, England, Vol 7 Page 346).
  2. [S31] Copy birth certificate of William Marchant, born 8 Jul 1847, registered 17 Aug 1847 in the Registration District of Brighthelmstone, Sussex, England (General Register Office, England, Vol 7 Page 265).
  3. [S18] 1851 Census for England "HO107 piece 1646 folio 214 page 19."
  4. [S156] Copy death certificate of Elizabeth Marchant, died 30 Jun 1868, registered 4 July 1868 in the Registration District of Brighton (General Register Office, England, GRO Index Ref: Vol 2b Page 110).