Saddler, Vincent

Research Notes

This was possibly Vincent Sadler born in 1808 at Benson, Oxfordshire. His parents were James, a carpenter and joiner, and Ann. he was baptised on 29 September 1808 at benson.

His marriage record gives the occupation as sawyer.

Census returns identify the following occupations for Vincent.

  • 1841 grocer
  • 1851 police constable
  • 1861 police constable
  • 1871 policeman

He married Elizabeth Grantham (1815-1890) on 28 December 1839 at St Giles, Oxford. Census returns identify six children

  • Martha Ann Maria (1843-1923) – a silver burnisher (1881); married Thomas Thompson in 1883    
  • Hester Ann (1844-1905) – married Edward Wilkes, puddler (1864) and railway foreman (1891), in 1864
  • Sarah Susanna (b1845) – married Charles William Smith, a tin plate worker (1871), in 1871
  • Joseph Grantham (1849-1924)  – a traveller in ironmongery (1881)                   
  • Vincent (1850-1857)
  • Thomas Grantham (1855-1935) – a warehouse clerk (1881); an ironmonger (1911)

Vincent died on 3 October 1873 at Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Circuits

  • 1834 Brinkworth
  • 1836 Witney
  • 1837 Shefford
  • 1838 Market Lavington
  • 1839 disappears

References

W Leary, Directory of Primitive Methodist Ministers and their Circuits, 1990

Census Returns and Births, Marriages & Deaths Registers

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