Susan Stevens
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King William 4th is on the throne.
Susan Was illegitimate, her mother was Anne Stevens, and was baptised on the 4th January 1835 in Ewell Surrey
Queen Victoria takes the thorne on the 20th Jun 1837, on the Death of her uncle King William 4th.
on the 1841 Census Susan and her mother was Living in Green Man Street Ewell surrey
in 1842 Anne Stevens Marries James Trigg and Susan take on the new surname.
on rhe 1851 Census she is living in Gloucester Road Croydon Surrey and is working as a house servant.
On the 18th Jul 1852 Susan marries George Stanbridge at All Saints Church Croydon Surrey.
the first of the 6 children Ann Who was born in 1853 in Croydon.
the second child Jane Susannah was born in the December Quarter of 1856 and was Baptisted on the 17th August 1857
The third child and first son Thomas was born in 1859 but passes away in the March Quarter of 1860.
On the 1861 Census the family was living on Gloucester Road Croydon,
shortly after the census a daughter Eilizabeth was registered in the Quarter of September 1861,
on the 16th June 1864 the fourth and last daughter is born Mary Jane.
After 5 years the last child William Samuel was born on the 21st June 1869.
on the 1871 Census the family was living at 4 Cold Cottages Croydon. Susan is working as a laundress.
On the 1881 Census the family was Living at 4 Cold Cottages Croydon. Susan is still working as a Laundress.
On the 1891 Census George and Susan are living with their Daughter Mary and her husband Stephen at 88 Wilford Road Croydon
Susan dies in the quarter of March 1892 in Croydon.

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