John Henry Afford, 18641941 (aged 76 years)

Name
John Henry /Afford/
Given names
John Henry
Surname
Afford
Type
birth name
Birth between July 1864 and September 1864 23 22
Birth of a sisterEmma Jane Afford
between July 1866 and September 1866 (aged 2 years)
Baptism of a sisterEmma Jane Afford
July 8, 1866 (aged 2 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherSarah Shickle
January 19, 1868 (aged 3 years)
Burial of a paternal grandmotherSarah Shickle
January 22, 1868 (aged 3 years)
Birth of a brotherGeorge William Afford
between July 1868 and September 1868 (aged 4 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherDaniel Afford
between July 1868 and September 1868 (aged 4 years)
Birth of a sisterRose Hannah Afford
January 1871 (aged 6 years)
Census April 2, 1871 (aged 6 years)
Associate: Sarah Camplinmother
CensusWilliam Richard Afford
April 2, 1871 (aged 6 years)
CensusSarah Camplin
April 2, 1871 (aged 6 years)
CensusGeorge William Afford
April 2, 1871 (aged 6 years)
CensusRose Hannah Afford
April 2, 1871 (aged 6 years)
CensusEmma Jane Afford
April 2, 1871 (aged 6 years)
Death of a sisterRose Hannah Afford
between July 1871 and September 1871 (aged 7 years)
Baptism of a brotherGeorge William Afford
October 1, 1871 (aged 7 years)
Birth of a brotherJoseph Richard Afford
between July 1873 and September 1873 (aged 9 years)
Baptism of a brotherJoseph Richard Afford
July 20, 1873 (aged 9 years)
Birth of a sisterRose Hannah Afford
between January 1875 and March 1875 (aged 10 years)
Baptism of a sisterRose Hannah Afford
March 7, 1875 (aged 10 years)
Birth of a brotherArthur Edward Afford
between January 1875 and March 1875 (aged 10 years)
Baptism of a brotherArthur Edward Afford
March 7, 1875 (aged 10 years)
Birth of a sisterMary Ann Afford
between January 1877 and March 1877 (aged 12 years)
Birth of a sisterSarah Ellen Afford
between July 1878 and September 1878 (aged 14 years)
Census April 3, 1881 (aged 16 years)
Associate: Sarah Camplinmother
CensusWilliam Richard Afford
April 3, 1881 (aged 16 years)
CensusSarah Camplin
April 3, 1881 (aged 16 years)
CensusGeorge William Afford
April 3, 1881 (aged 16 years)
CensusJoseph Richard Afford
April 3, 1881 (aged 16 years)
CensusRose Hannah Afford
April 3, 1881 (aged 16 years)
CensusMary Ann Afford
April 3, 1881 (aged 16 years)
CensusSarah Ellen Afford
April 3, 1881 (aged 16 years)
CensusArthur Edward Afford
April 3, 1881 (aged 16 years)
Birth of a brotherPercy Camplin Afford
June 17, 1886 (aged 21 years)
MarriageMary Ann WintertonView this family
between October 1890 and December 1890 (aged 26 years)
Census April 5, 1891 (aged 26 years)
Address: Back Road, Wisbech
Associate: Mary Ann Wintertonwife
CensusMary Ann Winterton
April 5, 1891 (aged 26 years)
Census March 31, 1901 (aged 36 years)
Address: Rogues Alley
Associate: Mary Ann Wintertonwife
CensusMary Ann Winterton
March 31, 1901 (aged 36 years)
Death of a wifeMary Ann Winterton
between January 1909 and March 1909 (aged 44 years)
Census April 2, 1911 (aged 46 years)
Address: Kiln House Sunnyside
Associate: Sarah Camplinmother
CensusWilliam Richard Afford
April 2, 1911 (aged 46 years)
CensusSarah Camplin
April 2, 1911 (aged 46 years)
Immigration July 23, 1911 (aged 47 years)
SS ‘Baltic’
SS ‘Baltic’

Note: Built by Harland & Wolff Limited, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1904. 23,884 gross tons; 726 (bp) feet long; 75 feet wide. Steam quadruple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 16 knots. 2,875 passengers (425 first class, 450 second class, 2,000 third class).Two funnels, four masts. Built for White Star and Dominion Lines, in 1904 and named Baltic. Liverpool-New York service. Largest ship afloat, 1904-05. Troopship during World War I. Scrapped at Osaka, Japan in 1933.
Death of a fatherWilliam Richard Afford
between July 1926 and September 1926 (aged 62 years)
Death of a motherSarah Camplin
between July 1926 and September 1926 (aged 62 years)
Death between April 1941 and June 1941 (aged 76 years)
Last change July 19, 201822:09:37

Family with parents
father
18411926
Birth: between January 1841 and March 1841 41 38England
Death: between July 1926 and September 1926England
mother
18421926
Birth: between January 1842 and March 1842England
Death: between July 1926 and September 1926England
Marriage
Marriage: between October 1863 and December 1863Beverley, Yorkshire, England
12 months
himself
18641941
Birth: between July 1864 and September 1864 23 22England
Death: between April 1941 and June 1941England
4 years
younger brother
18681947
Birth: between July 1868 and September 1868 27 26England
Death: between April 1947 and June 1947England
5 years
younger brother
18731955
Birth: between July 1873 and September 1873 32 31England
Death: between January 1955 and March 1955England
21 months
younger sister
1875
Birth: between January 1875 and March 1875 34 33England
Death:
2 years
younger sister
1877
Birth: between January 1877 and March 1877 36 35England
Death:
-21 months
younger brother
1875
Birth: between January 1875 and March 1875 34 33England
Death:
4 years
younger sister
1878
Birth: between July 1878 and September 1878 37 36England
Death:
-8 years
younger sister
18711871
Birth: January 1871 30 29England
Death: between July 1871 and September 1871England
-4 years
younger sister
1866
Birth: between July 1866 and September 1866 25 24England
Death:
20 years
younger brother
18861971
Birth: June 17, 1886 45 44England
Death: between April 1971 and June 1971England
Family with Mary Ann Winterton
himself
18641941
Birth: between July 1864 and September 1864 23 22England
Death: between April 1941 and June 1941England
wife
18681909
Birth: 1868England
Death: between January 1909 and March 1909England
Marriage
Marriage: between October 1890 and December 1890Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, England
12 months
son
18911891
Birth: between July 1891 and September 1891 27 23England
Death: between July 1891 and September 1891England
5 years
daughter
18951895
Birth: between October 1895 and December 1895 31 27England
Death: between October 1895 and December 1895England
Birth
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Marriage
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Note: Built by Harland & Wolff Limited, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1904. 23,884 gross tons; 726 (bp) feet long; 75 feet wide. Steam quadruple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 16 knots. 2,875 passengers (425 first class, 450 second class, 2,000 third class).Two funnels, four masts. Built for White Star and Dominion Lines, in 1904 and named Baltic. Liverpool-New York service. Largest ship afloat, 1904-05. Troopship during World War I. Scrapped at Osaka, Japan in 1933.
Immigration
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Death