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Henry Hallandal

  

Henry Hallandal gives evidence at the trial of George Taylor in 1832.
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Henry Hallandal,
born 9 Feb 1802.
See entry in tree by Lochlan Virgo-Thompson.
Henry is listed at mar 1819 as of St Anne Soho parish, Westminster, London. As is his wife.

He mar 1stly, St.Anne's church, Soho, 29 Apr 1819 [him age 17] to Mary Margaria [Mary Ann Margaria, or Mary Margarie].
The marriage is confusing. There were banns published at St.Anne's church, Soho, in March-Apr 1819. From here.
However the mar entry is cancelled out. From here.
Then there is another marriage for the same couple on 19 May 1823 at St Pancras Old Church, London. See mar entry.
Both of them are listed as of Old St Pancras parish, London, at marriage entry 1823.
Henry was a "stay maker" (family trade).

1832 court case:
As at 1832, Henry was working for Thomas Hobson, stay maker, Holywell St, Strand.
Henry gave evidence in a court case where George Taylor, who also worked for Hobson, was prosecuted for stealing on 15 Mar 1832 from his master.
The trial was case no.1003 at the Old Bailey on 5 April 1832.
See Proceedings of the Old Bailey, p.419. From here. See p.420. From here.
Taylor was found guilty and was jailed for 1 year.

Mary Ann died 1835-1837.
Henry had issue by 1st wife:


  1. George Hallandal,
    George Gilbert Hallandal,
    born 15 Jan 1832, Lambeth, London.
    Emigrated to Australia.
    Ancestor of:

    1. Graham Hallandal.
      Researching family tree.


Henry is listed in 1841 census in Lambeth. He is "stay maker". Son George with him.
He is listed as "stay maker" at 2nd mar. Living Stangate, Lambeth, London.

He mar 2ndly, 19 Apr 1842, St Mary-at-Lambeth, London, to Agnes Skinner [Agnes Ann Skinner, born 1821].
See mar cert. From here. She was dau of Richard Skinner, clerk in the Stamp Office.
They are listed in 1851 census in Islington West. He is "stay maker".
They are listed in 1861 census in Islington West. Place unidentified. Looks like 2 Waddington Cottages. He is "stay maker".
They are listed (and p.2) in Apr 1871 census at 4 Elliott's Place, Islington (see map). He is what looks like a "key maker".
Henry is listed as "Stay Maker" at dau's mar July 1871.
(todo) See death of Agnes Hallandal, Islington, [GRO.UK], 3rd qr 1876, age 55 (born 1821), vol 1b p 208.
(todo) See death of Henry Hallendale, Islington, [GRO.UK], 2nd qr 1877, age 75 (born 1802), vol 1b p 244.
He was bur 30 May 1877, Newham, London. (todo) See burial record.
Henry had issue by 2nd wife:


  1. Emma Hallandal,
    Emma Jane Hallandal,
    born Oct 1848, London.
    She and James are listed at mar as of 14 Bidborough Street, St. Pancras (see map).
    She mar 24 July 1871, St Pancras New Church, London [GRO.UK]
    to James Williamson [born 1847, Holborn, London, son of Isaac Williamson, "painter"].
    James is listed as "painter" at mar.
    They are listed in 1881 census at 50 Cromwell Rd, Islington, London. (This road is now vanished under Whittington Park, Upper Holloway, see map). James is listed as "painter".
    Emma and James had issue:

    1. James I. Williamson, born 1873, Islington, London, alive in 1881 census.
    2. George Williamson, born 1876, Islington, alive in 1881 census.
    3. Emma E. Williamson, born 1879, Hornsey, London, alive in 1881 census.

  2. Henry Hallandal,
    born 11 Nov 1859, London,
    staying with sister's family in 1881 census, he is listed as "carman" (a person who drove a vehicle used to transport goods).



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