m. 1848 St. Mary-le-Port Church, Bristol
Charlotte JULLION born Wrington, Somerset, England Occupation: Retired Licensed Victualer
1881 Census: The Swan Hotel, Wells in 1881: Swan Hotel, 9 Sadler Street, St Cuthbert In, Wells, Somerset Rosa Charlotte JULLION Aged 29 Barmaid born London c.1852. Curtis Family Site.
Child 4 (daughter) - Jane Jullion (died young)
14 Aug 1948 William Scott C. Woodcock = Mireille J. Jullion - Marriages from the Registers of Jarrow St Mark (1896-1948) Northumberland and Durham. Collection of Northumberland and Durham indexes.
Pigot's 1840 Directory for SANDWICH with the villages of ASH and EASTRY and neighbourhoods - ACADEMIES & SCHOOLS - mention of JULLION, Francis, at Eastry.
Children of Henry Hamlet Jullion and Charlotte Hayward
1851 Census information located and supplied by Sue Tearne 2005/6 - to whom gratitude is extended.
Amongst family papers kindly supplied by Merran White and her mother, Chloe Ruby (Mansfield) Crabbe, descendants of Ruby Jullion (qv link above) it is found that Henry Hamlet Jullion was the holder of a Scottish Provincial Fire and Life Assurance Company Policy on his life. When he died, the company required "a respectable person to whom the deceased was known" to sign a Certificate of Identity. This was done and signed by one Harriet Maria Froyne on October 15th 1872 who stated that she had known him for some twenty five years. This information is of particular interest since Henry Hamlet Jullion's fifth child, his daughter, Emily Jane Jullion - who married Curtis William Cloutman - named one of the sons of the marriage, Norman Froyne Cloutman, suggesting a special link with the Froyne family on the Jullion side and even, perhaps, on the Cloutman side as well!
Henry Hamlet Jullion was born in June 1821 but was not baptised until August 14th 1831. His baptism took place in the Parish of Kensington (Brompton District) in the County of Middlesex (No. 317). When he died, he was "of the Rummer Hotel, High Street, Bristol". He was only 51 and died, according to Robert Fendick M.R.C.S. & L.S.A. - the Jullion's doctor, who put in a Medical Report for the Insurance Company - as a result of Albuminuria which had commenced some twelve months prior to his death. He was buried in the Bristol General Cemetery on October 1st 1872.