Richard Venn (1819 - 1851)

Baptised: 1819 (Jul 8) Kings Nympton, Devon
Buried: 1851 (Dec 11) Westminster, London

Family Relationships

Parents:
Henry Venn (1784 - 1863)
Elizabeth Hulland (1787 - 1862)

Marriages:
1845 (Apr 16) Westminster, London
  to Sarah Ann Harridge (1816 - 1896)

Siblings:
William Venn (1809 - 1880)
Ann Venn (1813 - 1859)
Elizabeth Venn (1822 - 1888)
Henry Venn (1828 - 1891)
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Children:
Richard Henry Venn (1846 - 1885)
William Edward Venn (1851 - 1919)
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Additional Information

Known History

Married in the church of St Martin in the Fields
  (then a clerk living in Bear Yard, Westminster)
Living in Stanhope St, Strand, London at 1851 census
  (described as a news agent in census return)

Buried 1851 (Dec 11) St George, Bloomsbury

Spouse

Sarah Ann Harridge:
  - born 1816 (Aug 12) Marylebone, London
    (parents William Harridge and Elizabeth Wells)
  - a servant in Covent Garden, London at 1841 census
  - married Richard's brother Henry Venn in 1856
    (living with him at 1861/1871/1881/1891 census)
  - died 1896 (Oct 21) Hammersmith, London
  - buried 1896 (Oct 26) Brompton Cemetery, London

Children

Richard Henry born 1846 (1st Qtr) Strand, London
  - living with parents in Westminster at 1851 census
  - living with stepfather in Fulham at 1861 census
  - living in Hammersmith, London at 1871 census
  - a clerk in Hammersmith, London at 1881 census
  - died 1885 (1st Qtr) Hammersmith, London
  - buried 1885 (Jan 29) Brompton Cemetery, London

William Edward born 1851 (3rd Qtr) Strand, London
  - living in Kings Nympton, Devon at 1861 census
  - living in Hammersmith, London at 1871 census
  - a clerk in Hammersmith, London at 1881 census
  - living at 170 Hammersmith Road at 1891 census
  - married 1897 (Apr 3) to Mary Blackburn
  - a tailor living in Putney, London at 1901 census
  - a tailor in Hammersmith, London at 1911 census
  - probably died 1919 (Oct 21) Kensington, London