William HOARE was born abt. 1792 in Fenny Compton, Warwickshire, England. He married Sarah KNIBBS 28 December 1820 in Banbury, Oxfordshire, England. He died 08 June 1861 in Northampton, Northamptonshire, England. Sarah KNIBBS, daughter of Thomas KNIBBS and Elizabeth SANDERS , was born bef. 15 April 1803 in Neithrop, Oxfordshire, England. She died 22 July 1874 in Northampton, Northamptonshire, England.


Children of William HOARE and Sarah KNIBBS are:
1. Elizabeth HOARE, b. bef. 22 March 1821
2. Ann HOARE, b. bef. 28 May 1823
3. Elizabeth HOARE, b. bef. 22 August 1824
4. William HOARE, b. bef. 23 March 1826
5. Emily HOARE, b. abt. 1830
6. Eliza Ann HOARE, b. 1836
7. John HOARE, b. 1836
8. Abraham HOARE, b. 16 February 1839
9. Caroline HOARE, b. 22 September 1840
10. Sarah Ann HOARE, b. 30 August 1842
11. Emma HOARE, b. 20 July 1845

Marriage Notes for William HOARE\Sarah KNIBBS:

Witnesses to the marriage were Charles Woodward and Ann Woodward.

Sarah and William were listed as of the Banbury parish.


Notes for William HOARE:

Living at Calthrop Lane, Banbury, Oxfordshire, England when at least their first 4 children were born.
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Listed in the 1841 Census of Northampton, living at Meacocks Row, All Saints. Living next door was their daughter Anne and her husband William Webster.
William Hoare 40 Waterman
Sarah Hoare 35
Eliza Hoare
Caroline Hoare 9 months

Sources for William HOARE:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Banbury,
  2. Personal Contact with Malcolm Hoare,
  3. Personal Contact with Pat Collett (nee Hoare),

Notes for Sarah KNIBBS:

Listed in the 1861 Census of Northampton, living at Court 7, Bridge Street, All Saints with her daughter Ann Webster. Ann is listed as the head of the household.
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Listed in the 1871 Census of All Saints, Northampton living at number 6, Mill Lane, All Saints, Northampton, Northamptonshire:
Sarah Hoare Head Wid 77 On the Parish Oxon Banbury
William Hoare Lodger Mar 39 Labourer Oxon Banbury
Sarah Ann Hoare Lodgers Wife Mar 30 Leicester
Ellen Hoare Daur 10 Scholar Warwick Nuneaton
Rachel Hoare Daur 6 Scholar Middx Norward
Albert Hoare Son 3 Northampton Stowe
Daniel Hoare Son 3 months Northampton

William was of course, her son.
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Sarah died aged 79 years 4, Green Lane, All Saints, Northampton. The informant was Sarah Golding who was present at death, address 135, Bridge Street, All Saints, Northampton

Sources for Sarah KNIBBS:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Banbury,
  2. Personal Contact with Malcolm Hoare,

Notes for Elizabeth HOARE:

Identified from Banbury PR that Elizabeth died at 1 day old.

Sources for Elizabeth HOARE:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Banbury,

Notes for Ann HOARE:

Ann married twice.

The first time was to William Webster on 12 Oct 1840 at Northampton, Northamptonshire, England.
The second time was to William Eason in 1868, also at Northampton.
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We see her in 1841 with her fist husband, living at Meacocks Row, Northampton, Northamptonshire:
William Webster 30 Waterman
Ann Webster 20

Sources for Ann HOARE:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Banbury,

Notes for Elizabeth HOARE:

Believed to have married Charles Smith from Newbold on Avon, Warwickshire, England.

Sources for Elizabeth HOARE:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Banbury,

Notes for William HOARE:

Married Sarah Ann Cort on 8th July 1858 at Northampton, Northamptonshire, England.
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In 1881, we see this William's wife Sarah Ann Hoare as a widow in 1881, living at 4 South Street, Northampton. There were four children living with her at the time.

Sources for William HOARE:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Banbury,
  2. 1871 British Census,
  3. Personal Contact with Malcolm Hoare,

Notes for Emily HOARE:

Listed in 1871 Census of Northampton
115, Bridge Street, All Saints, Northampton (the " Fleece Inn ")
Emily Hoare, a servant, unmarr, age 41, a nursemaid, born in Northampton

Sources for Emily HOARE:

  1. Personal Contact with Malcolm Hoare,

Notes for Eliza Ann HOARE:

Eliza married her cousin Thomas Hoare on 19 Apr 1852 at Newbold on Avon, Warwickshire, England and then went to live in Northampton.
I'm told by Sue Percival, a direct descendant of theirs, that Thomas Hoare was born in 1831. Their children were Emily 1859 - Henry 1868 - Ada Jane 24/02/1870 - Eliza Ann 1872 - Alice 1876 - Thomas 1877 & Louisa 188

Ada Jane was Sue's great-grandmother and she married George William Dawkins, a policeman, on 04 Jun 1892. Ada died in Northampton in 1938. Their children were George Thomas 1894 - Beatrice Caroline 1896 - Bertram 1899 - Benjamin 1901 & Christopher 1904. Beatrice was Sue's grandmother and she married William George Whiting b.1894 in 1915.
Sue's mother is Patricia, their eldest child.

Sources for Eliza Ann HOARE:

  1. Personal Contact with Malcolm Hoare,
  2. Personal Contact with Sue Percival, descendant of Eliza Ann Hoare,

Notes for John HOARE:

John Hoare married Eliza Garner on 12 Oct 1856 at All Saints Parish Church.
John a bachelor of full age boatman of Court No. 7, Bridge Street, All Saints, Northampton, father William Hoare a boatman.
Eliza a spinster of full age of Court No. 11, Bridge Street, All Saints, Northampton, father Edward Garner a boatman.
Witnesses: William Whiley and Hannah Jones.

John Hoare also married Emma Thorpe 30 Aug 1871 at Northampton Register Office.
John age 36 a widower labourer living at Green Lane, Northampton, father William Hoare (deceased) occupation Waterman.
Emma age 44 a widow, of 48, Wellingborough Road, Northampton, father John Cox (deceased) occupation Bricklayer.
Witnesses Feargus Lane and Elizabeth Heritage.

Sources for John HOARE:

  1. Personal Contact with Malcolm Hoare,

Notes for Abraham HOARE:

Sources for Abraham HOARE:

  1. Personal Contact with Malcolm Hoare,

Notes for Caroline HOARE:

Sources for Caroline HOARE:

  1. Personal Contact with Malcolm Hoare,

Notes for Sarah Ann HOARE:

Sarah Ann Hoare married John Dunkley on 20 Sep 1863 at All Saints Church, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England.
Sarah Ann age 21 years a spinster of Bridge Street, All Saints, Northampton, father William Hoare a boatman.
John age 21 years a bachelor shoemaker of Bridge Street, All Saints, Northampton, father Samuel Dunkley a carpenter.
Witnesses Emma Hoare and William Dunkley.

Sources for Sarah Ann HOARE:

  1. Personal Contact with Malcolm Hoare,

Notes for Emma HOARE:

Emma married Henry Hoare, son of Joseph Hoare and Sarah Billingham, on 18 May 1869 in Banbury. (Henry Hoare was born on 12 Oct 1845 in Banbury and died on 16 Nov 1920 in Banbury.)

Emma age 23 a spinster of Cherwell Street, daughter of William a boatman.
Henry age 23 a bachelor occupation boatman of Cherwell Street, son of Joseph a boatman.
Witnesses Charles Hutchings and Mary Jane Hoare. Banns.

Sources for Emma HOARE:

  1. Personal Contact with Malcolm Hoare,