James and Ann had issue:
a. Edwin BAMFORD, born at Wolverhampton, about 1855; a Clerk in Holy Orders; he was at the Vicarage, Temple Guiting, Gloucester, 1881 Census, aged 26, Vicar of the parish, with wife and two daughters; he died at Cricklade House, Andover, Hampshire, 25 April 1897; he was married at Bourton-on-the-Water, 24 July 1877, to Frances Elizabeth MOORE (daughter of John MOORE, Surgeon); they had issue:
i. Evelyn Nora BAMFORD, baptised at Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, 15 May 1878; aged 2, with her parents, 1881 Census; she died in 1949.
ii. Frances Mary BAMFORD, baptised at Bourton-on-the-Water, 3 October 1880; aged 6 months, with her parents, 1881 Census.
b. John Evason BAMFORD, born at Wolverhampton, March quarter 1856 [Volume 6b, Page 402].
c. William Evason BAMFORD, born at Wolverhampton, December quarter 1857 [Volume 6b, page 333].
d, Mary Elizabeth BAMFORD, born at Wolverhampton, March quarter 1859 [Volume 6b, Page 409].
e. Elizabeth A. BAMFORD.
f. Alfred Charles BAMFORD, born at Penkridge, June quarter 1864 [Volume 6b, Page 399].
g. Henry Samuel BAMFORD, born at Penkridge, June quarter 1865 [Volume 6b, Page 434]
h. Emma Jane BAMFORD, born at Penkridge, september quarter 1867 [Volume 6b, Page 420].
Samuel and Ann had issue, all born at Causeway Meadows, Droitwich:
Arthur and Anne had issue:
Charles was married at Christ Church, St Pancras, London, 6 March 1864, to Ellen Scott LAMB (who already had children by him, as her birth details in the 1861 Census match exactly those in 1871 and 1881 - she was born in Doncaster, Yorkshire, about 1826); she was at Clifton Crescent, Birkenhead, 1851 Census, as Ellen Scott BENEDICT, aged 24, Gentlewoman, with her son Charles Henry, both lodging with Diana FORNEC, Widow, Lodging House Keeper and her daughter, along with another lodger and a nursemaid; Ellen died at Birkenhead, September quarter 1889, aged 62 [Volume 8a, Page 326].
Charles and Ellen had issue (the five eldest surviving children were all baptised at Haughton-cum-Grange, Chester, 26 May 1873, all of Birkenhead):
By way of explanation, I did this this research recently, in my spare time, for a friend who is only now just finding out that he may be a descendant of the above family groups.
Chris PIGOTT, Potts Point, N.S.W.