Charles Carling

Charles CarlingAge: 7618471924

Name
Charles Carling
Birth 28 November 1847 27 31
Birth of a brotherJohn Carling
about 1849 (Age 13 months)

Birth of a brotherThomas ‘Tom’ Carling
about 1850 (Age 2)
Death of a paternal grandfatherJohn Carling
about July 1851 (Age 3)
Birth of a sisterAda Carling
about 1853 (Age 5)

Birth of a half-sister? Carling
about 1863 (Age 15)

Death of a motherHarriet White
June 1868 (Age 20)

Marriage of a parentCharles CarlingMary RichardsonView family
Type: Religious marriage
4 February 1869 (Age 21)
Death of a fatherCharles Carling
3 October 1870 (Age 22)
Address: 2 Wellington Street Islington Middlesex
Cause: Phthsis 12 months, Haemoptysis 8days
Occupation
Postman
1871 (Age 23)
MarriageJane GorhamView family
18 December 1875 (Age 28)
Residence 1875 (Age 27)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Harriet Ada Carling
4 November 1876 (Age 28)
Birth of a daughter
#2
Jessie Maria Carling
12 April 1878 (Age 30)
Birth of a daughter
#3
Annie Maude Carling
6 October 1879 (Age 31)
Death of a brotherJohn Carling
about 1880 (Age 32)

Cause: Consumption (Tuberculosis of lung)
Birth of a son
#4
Charles Owen Carling
5 April 1881 (Age 33)
Occupation
Railway Goods Foreman
1881 (Age 33)
Birth of a son
#5
John Carling
25 October 1882 (Age 34)
Birth of a daughter
#6
Eleanor Carling
16 September 1884 (Age 36)
Birth of a son
#7
Thomas Gorham Carling
4 November 1886 (Age 38)
Birth of a son
#8
Frank Tarrant Carling
21 September 1889 (Age 41)
Occupation
Railway Foreman
1891 (Age 43)
Death of a brotherThomas ‘Tom’ Carling
before 1900 (Age 52)
Cause: Fell off scaffolding in South Africa
Occupation
Foreman Railway
1901 (Age 53)
Marriage of a childCharles Owen CarlingElizabeth ‘Cis’ BirdView family
Type: Religious marriage
1 August 1918 (Age 70) Husband: 36 Wife: 34
Address: All Saints Church Ascot Berkshire
Death 19 February 1924 (Age 76)
Cause of death: Heart Failure due to Myocarditis and Pneumonia probably if influenza type
Family with parents - View family
father
mother
 
Marriage: 17 September 1844St Sepulchre Parish, London, England
3 years
2 years
younger brother
2 years
younger brother
Thomas ‘Tom’ Carling
Birth: about 1850 30 34St George Hanover Square, London, England
Death: before 1900South Africa
4 years
younger sister
Father’s family with Mary Richardson - View family
father
step-mother
 
Marriage: 4 February 1869St Mary Church, Lewisham, Kent, England
-5 years
half-sister
Family with Jane Gorham - View family
wife
 
Marriage: 18 December 1875St James Church, Islington, London, England
11 months
daughter
Harriet Ada Carling
Birth: 4 November 1876 28 2775 Fisher Street, Plaistow, West Ham, Essex, England
Death: before 1960
17 months
daughter
Jessie_Maria_Carling.jpgJessie Maria Carling
Birth: 12 April 1878 30 2975 Fisher Street, Plaistow, West Ham, Essex, England
Death: 1 May 1968169 Frimley Green Road, Frimley Green, Surrey, England
18 months
daughter
Annie Maude Carling
Birth: 6 October 1879 31 3075 Fisher Street, Plaistow, West Ham, Essex, England
Death: before 1960
18 months
son
Charles Owen Carling
Birth: 5 April 1881 33 3275 Fisher Street, Plaistow, West Ham, Essex, England
Death: 1 October 1957Folkestone, Kent, England
19 months
son
John Carling
Birth: 25 October 1882 34 3375 Fisher Street, Plaistow, West Ham, Essex, England
Death: 15 November 1945
23 months
daughter
Eleanor Carling
Birth: 16 September 1884 36 3575 Fisher Street, Plaistow, West Ham, Essex, England
Death: 12 August 1967Farnborough and Cove War Memorial Hospital, Farnborough, Hampshire, England
2 years
son
Thomas Gorham Carling
Birth: 4 November 1886 38 3775 Fisher Street, Plaistow, West Ham, Essex, England
Death: 11 June 1958Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
3 years
son
Frank Tarrant Carling
Birth: 21 September 1889 41 4075 Fisher Street, Plaistow, West Ham, Essex, England
Death: 3 July 1950

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When his mother died, Charles had to leave Highbury College, find lodgings for his brothers and himself and work as a waiter to support himself. Jack also worked as a waiter, but got consumption and died quite young. Tom ran away to sea. His little sister, Ada, was forced to work as an unpaid servant for her step-mother. When father died, the step-mother put Ada into an orphanage and kept all father's assets for herself and her own daughter. Charles rescued his little sister from the orphanage.

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