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Name: Emma Clarkson

Burial Number: 0512

Gender: Female

Born: 00/00/1850

Died: 31/10/1906

Buried: 03/11/1906

Story

Emma Clarkson was born in 1850 in Bedford Bedfordshire to John and Sarah Clarkson (nee Flint). Emma was one of eight children, her siblings were-

John Flint born 1838 Renfrew, Scotland

Samuel Flint born 1841 Renfrew, Scotland died 1915

Thomas born 1843 Edderton, Scotland

Charlotte born 1846 Reading, Berkshire died 1904

Ann Clarkson born 1846 Brentford Middlesex

Sarah born 1848 Reading Berkshire

William born 1852 Bedford, Bedfordshire died 1937

 

 

John (Emma’s Father) worked as an officer for the Inland Revenue, and the family were living in Bedford St. Peter, Bedfordshire in 1851.

 

 

 

 

In 1871 they were living in London Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire.  John had died and she was living with her Mother and 3 of her siblings.     Emma never married so in 1881 Emma was living with her Brother Samuel Flint Clarkson (see extra note on Samuel Flint) along with her Sister Sarah, they are living at Terrace House, London Road, St. Albans, Hertfordshire. By 1891 Emma was now living with her Sister Charlotte and Sister Sarah at Baldwins Hill, Lingfield, Surrey. In 1901 the 3 Sisters had moved to Bromley Kent. Emma died in 1906. There does not appear to be a probate record for her.

 

Researcher: Jackie Rooney

The Grave

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Location in Cemetery

Area: NES Row: 5 Plot: 2

Exact Location (what3words): pill.expand.trips

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Headstone

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Inscription:

In memory of Emma youngest daughter of John and Sarah Clarkson of St Albans died 31st October 1906 ...... Sarah Clarkson Jan 21 1848 - Aug 22 1934

Further Information

Birth

Name: Emma Clarkson

Gender: Female

Born: 00/00/1850

Town: Bedford

County: Bedfordshire

Country: England

Marriage

Maiden Name: Not applicable

No marriage information is available for this burial record.

Information at Death

Date of Death: 31/10/1906

Cause of death: Unknown

Town: Unknown

County: Unknown

Country: Unknown

Obituary

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Personal Effects

Money left to others: No value recorded

Current value of effects: Not calculated

Census Information

1851

Wellington Street, Bedford, Bedfordshire

John Clarkson (Head) age 44, Sarah Clarkson (Wife) age 40, John (Son) age 12, Samuel Flint (Son) age 10, Thomas (Son) age 8, Ann (Daughter) age 6, Charlotte (Daughter) age 5, Sarah (Daughter) age 3, Emma (Daughter) age 1

1861

Jeffs Lane, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire

John Clarkson (Head) age 54, Sarah (Wife) age 50, Charlotte (Daughter) age 15, Sarah (Daughter) age 13, Emma (Daughter) age 11, William (Son) age 9

1871

London Road, St Albans Hertfordshire

Sarah Clarkson (Head) age 60, John (Son) age 32, Samuel F (Son) age 30, Emma (Daughter) age 21, William (Son) age 19

1881

Terrace House, London Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire

Samuel F Clarkson (Head) age 40, Sarah (Sister) age 33, Emma (Sister) age 31, plus 1 servant

1891

Baldwins Hill, Lingfield, Surrey

Charlotte Clarkson (Head) age 45, Sarah Clarkson (Sister) age 43, Emma Clarkson (Sister) age 41, Dorothy Georgina Clarkson (Niece) age 7, plus 1 servant

1901

Rydal, Foots Cray, St Johns, Bromley, Kent

Charlotte Clarkson (Head) age 55, Sarah (Sister) age 53, Emma (Sister) age 51, plus 1 servant

 

Miscellaneous Information

Samuel Flint Clarkson

Samuel Flint Clarkson

Samuel was born in 1841 Scotland.  He became a well-known architect within the city of St Albans, Hertfordshire. He went into partnership with his brothers John and William in Poplar London, then moved to St Albans and set up practice there as well.  He married in 1881 and settled with his family in the city.   He was involved in redesigning a new wing at the infirmary in St Albans and the construction of schools on Hatfield Road, Alma Road, and Catherine Street.  He built his own mansion house at the foot of St. Stephen’s hill (now converted to apartments and called Trevelyan Place) Other high profile commissions followed and by 1885 he was elected Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects. He was a keen antiquarian and regularly gave talks on architectural history.  When he retired from active practice, he became district surveyor in Kensington and moved to Holland Road, London, where he died in 1915.