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Richard O'CONNOR 

 

 

 

 

 

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born  

26 Aug 1842 (KVG) Limerick, Ireland (1901 cen)

bapt

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married

26 Dec 1867 (KVG)

spouse Flavella PUDDICOMBE

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died

4 Dec 1925 aged 83 (KVG)

buried together with Flavella in St Patrick's Cemetery, Leytonstone, East London (ES)


Addresses

26 Dec 1867  2, Castle Street, St Helier, Jersey (KVG)

1871 census  31 George St, Marylebone, London (along with 6 other families)
1881 census  62 Victoria Rd, London, Middlesex

1891 census  38, Hornsey Street, St James, Lower Holloway, Islington, London, Middlesex

1901 census 76a, Maplin Road, Mile End, Stepney
census1911 census 33 Coborn Street, Bow, E London


Occupations

9 Oct 1870 pastrycook (son's birth certificate)

1871 census  Baker

1881 census  Foreman baker

1891 census  Foreman baker

1901 census  Master baker (employer at home)
1911 census  Bread Baker


Other information

Richard's family left Limerick in c1846 and turned up on Jersey, where he met Flavella. (ES)

According to family lore, Richard reputedly dropped the "O'" from O'CONNOR, following an argument over the certificate at his wedding - he certainly had a fiery temper as a grandfather! (KVG)


After their wedding in 1867, Flavella and Richard stayed on at Simon Place for a time, but Richard became restless to do better as a singer and they moved back to London, but Richard soon discovered that he would not do well enough as a solo singer to earn a living so turned his hand to being a baker. (ES)
 

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