Holden Family Web
The Hyde family
This is a summary of the information I have, if you have any queries contact me. Direct Ancestors in Bold.
The first confirmed reference I have to the HYDE family is the Christening of Isaac HYDE in Chertsey, Surrey on 12 September 1802, the son of James and Sarah HYDE. It is believed that James HYDE married Sarah SINK in Ockham, Surrey on 24 February 1784. Sarah SINK appears to be the daughter of James SINK and Jane Christened at Ockham on 2 May 1761. James and Sarah appear to have had a number of children in Ockham, Wisley and Byfleet before settling in Chertsey.
Isaac HYDE appears to have married Caroline PIZZEY (illegitimate daughter of Francis PIZZEY, born 25 January 1813) in about 1830.
Children of Isaac and Caroline HYDE (all born Chertsey):
James HYDE died in December 1841
Isaac and Caroline HYDE are shown on the 1841 census as living at Kings Row, Guildford Street, Chertsey and Isaac being a 'Labourer'
Isaac, Caroline and George HYDE are shown on the 1851 census as living at Windsor Street, Chertsey and Isaac being a 'Labourer (General)'
Isaac and Caroline HYDE are shown on the 1861 census as living at Pynecroft Place, Chertsey and Isaac being a 'Gardener'. George is shown as being a Boarder at 4 Hall Place, Paddington and as being a 'Tailors Porter'.
Caroline HYDE died between 1861 and 1871
George HYDE married Jane Marshall LAWRENCE at Chertsey 1 October 1865.
Jane Marshall LAWRENCE was the illegitimate daughter of George LAWRENCE and Margaret NIVEN, born on 28 August 1843 and Christened on 14 November 1843 at Durris, Kincardine, Scotland. She was also known as Jeanie.
Children of George and Jeanie Hyde
George, Jeanie and George Alexander HYDE are shown on the 1871 Census as living in Guildford Road, Chobham, George is a Gardener and Jeanie a Laundress.
Isaac HYDE is shown on the 1871 Census as being a lodger at Goose Pool, Chertsey and described as a 'Labourer in a Garden'
During the early part of the 1870's George HYDE and family moved to Wandsworth in London.
Isaac HYDE died in Chertsey 1878
George, Jeanie and George Alexander HYDE are shown on the 1881 Census as living at 1 Wardley Street, Wandsworth. George is described as a 'Gardener' and George Alexander as an 'Errand Boy'
George, Jane and George Alexander HYDE are shown on the 1891 Census as living at 17 Malva Road, Wandsworth. George and George Alexander are both described as 'Gardeners'.
George Alexander HYDE married Emily Martha HOPKINS at St Mary Magdalene Church, Southwark on 12 June 1892.
Emily Martha HOPKINS was the Daughter of Henry HOPKINS and Rosina HOPKINS (nee WEST) and was born at 50 Pancras Street, London on 12 January 1863.
Children of George and Emily Hopkins. They were reputed to have had thirteen children, I have not yet traced them all.
Other possible children are: Donald and William, who reputedly died in the First World War and Phyllis/Beryl, twins who died soon after birth.
George, Emily and Ethel HYDE are shown on the 1901 census as living at 254 Lower Road, Rotherhithe. George is described as a 'LCC Gardener'
George and Jeanie HYDE are shown on the 1901 census as living at 47 Malva Road, Wandsworth. George is described as a 'Labourer'
George HYDE died 27 March 1912 at Glencoe Terrace, Wandsworth, age 68.
George Alexander HYDE died 29 May 1920 at 46 Malva Road, Wandsworth, age 51.
Ethel Jean HYDE married Arthur PINK at Christ Church, Totland, Isle of Wight on 25 October 1924.
Jane HYDE died 1930 age 86 and is buried in Earlsfield Cemetery.
Arthur PINK died 1943 at Freshwater Bay age 47.
Emily HYDE died 1961 at Ringwood, Hants age 98.
Ethel Jean PINK died 25 May 1982 at Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight age 81
21 August 2006