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Name: Charles Jago

Burial Number: 1522

Gender: Male

Occupation: Surgeon; Licentiate of the Society of Apothecaries

Born: 00/00/1862

Died: 15/01/1932

Buried: 18/01/1932

Story

Charles was born in 1862 in Ipswich. When he was 9 he was living, with his parents Edward and Mary Jago, in West Lothian, the third of six Jago children.

In 1871 the household had a Governess and four Servants. Edward was a Paymaster, Royal Navy Active List.

Jago is a form of James, and was a common name in both Wales and Cornwall – interesting that Charles spent some years in Cornwall, though from Suffolk by birth.

Alice Maud was born in Chillington, Devon, daughter of Farmer James Martyn (born Tintagel) and Angelina Puleston (nee Godfrey), from Devon. In 1861 they were farming in Calstock, Cornwall.

In 1881, Charles was in a Lodging House in Southwark – he was a Medical Student.

In the same census, Alice was living in Northfleet in Kent, with her parents.

In 1882 Charles and Alice married at St Saviour, Southwark.

Charles was registered as a Surgeon in 1883. He was a Licentiate of the Society of Apothecaries and also Member of the Royal College of Surgeons. In the 1893 Kelly’s Directory for Penwith, Cornwall, he was listed as a Surgeon in St Just.

In 1891, in Carallack, St Just in Penwith, the family was Charles, Surgeon, wife Alice, Edith Maud, 9, born London, Mary, 7 born Teddington, and Charles Martyn, 2 months. (Charles was born and died in St Just in 1893). They had one female General Servant.

In 1901, still at St Just, Charles was described as a Surgeon, working on his own account. With him were Alice, Edith, 19, and Mary 17. They had one General Domestic Servant.

Edith married Edward Brown in 1906.

In 1911, Charles and Alice, plus one servant, were living in Grappenhall and Latchford Without, in Cheshire. They were listed as having had 3 children, two still living. Charles was listed at Lamorna, Latchford, from 1911 until 1927 on the UK Medical Registers. He and Alice were among the very many folk who took their retirement in Worthing.

Both Charles and Alice died at Groombridge Nursing Home in Chaucer Road. Their home address was Brympton Cottage, Brunswick Road – which still exists, currently as a Tile Suppliers, near the former Bay Pub.

The Matron of Groombridge Nursing Home, at least from 1914 until 1932, was Emma Messenger, Nurse, who first nursed in Worthing at Nightingale Lodge from 1908 -1911 and qualified as a Registered Nurse in 1927. She worked at Hull Royal Infirmary from 1906 – 1909.

Researcher: Liz Lane

The Grave

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Location in Cemetery

Area: SWS Row: 3 Plot: 24

Exact Location (what3words): hotel.piano.skins

Ashes or Urn: Unknown

Headstone

Description:

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Inscription:

In loving memory of our dear father and mother Charles Sprague Jago died January 15th 1932 and Alice Maud his beloved wife died Janaury 20th 1932

Further Information

Birth

Name: Charles Sprague Jago

Gender: Male

Born: 00/00/1862

Town: Ipswich

County: Suffolk

Country: England

Marriage

Maiden Name: Not applicable

Marriage Date: //1882

Spouse First Name: Alice

Spouse Second Name: Maud

Spouse Last Name: Martyn

Town of Marriage: Southwark

County of Marriage: London

Country of Marriage: England

Information at Death

Date of Death: 15/01/1932

Cause of death: Unknown

Address line 1: Groombridge Nursing Home

Address line 3: Chaucer Road

Town: Worthing

County: Sussex

Country: England

Obituary

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Personal Effects

Money left to others: No value recorded

Current value of effects: Not calculated

Census Information

1881

Charles was in a Lodging House in Southwark – he was a Medical Student

1891

in Carallack, St Just in Penwith, the family was Charles, Surgeon, wife Alice, Edith Maud, 9, born London, Mary, 7 born Teddington, and Charles Martyn, 2 months. (Charles was born and died in St Just in 1893)

1901

at St Just, Charles was described as a Surgeon, working on his own account. With him were Alice, Edith, 19, and Mary 17. They had one General Domestic Servant.

1911

Charles and Alice, plus one servant, were living in Grappenhall and Latchford Without, in Cheshire. They were listed as having had 3 children, two still living. Charles was listed at Lamorna, Latchford, from 1911 until 1927 on the UK Medical Registers

Miscellaneous Information

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