Queen Victoria is on the throne.
Caroline Tackley was born on the
7 November 1843and was christened
on the 26 November 1843 and the daughter to
Mary Ann Morris at New street Newington Surrey. Caroline only had two full
Siblings Mary Ann Tackley and John Tackley, but half Sibling on both sides, mum and dad.
I Don't know where she was on the 1851 census but on the 1861 she was at home
with mum and dad at 19 Ayliffe Street Newington Surrey.
Thomas Lees Rhodes on the
4th December 1864 they was both Living in Hatcham Surrey at the time of the wedding .
They seem to have a son George William by this time but i haven't found this birth
On the 25th January 1866 Thomas William was born at the
address of 5 Stafford Place New Hatcham
on the 25th July 1870 Caroline Louisa was born still at
5 stafford place
by the time of the 1871 census the family had moved to
11 Manor Grove Peckham ( i think Peckham and Hatcham are the same place) just
out of interest a man Called William Tackley and his wife Mary Ann
( it is possible and likely this William was a half
brother to Caroline ( but i have nothing to support this))
In the December quarter 1872 Hedley Waterlow place of birth stated as Hatcham
In July 1877 Mary Ann was born still in Hatcham
On 12 February 1881 Alfred Arthur was born at 39 Hatcham Road Peckam
On the 1881 census the family still live at 39 Hatcham Road
Finally on the 26th October 1886
Alice Maud was born
at 10 Manor grove Peckham
On the 1891 son Thomas was living in Lodgings near Manor grove
On the 1891 Census Caroline and Alice was living with Caroline's daughter Louisa and her husband William at 117 Flaxman Road
but Thomas Lees Rhodes was in the Peckham workhouse
(I'm told the workhouse was also the local hospital)
Caroline becomes a widow on the
19 August 1891 on the
death of husband Thomas the address of Thomas is down as 8 Manor House Peckham
In the December Quarter 1899 Caroline Marries John
Hamblin in St Saviour
Unfortunely John dies in the June Quarter 1900 also in St Saviour
King Edward 7th takes the throne on the death of his mother Queen Victoria.
On the 1901 census Caroline is living 3 Oswin Street, George the martyr London, only Alice Maud (But Alice is down as Maud) is living at home. Caroline dies on the 10th March 1925 at 39 Leyton Road, the home of her Daughter Alice.