Emma Louise FRANKLIN

288. Emma Louise FRANKLIN, daughter of Henry FRANKLIN and Louisa GROWDEN, was born on 21 March 1877 in St Lukes. She was baptised on 20 September 1878 in the Parish of St Luke in the County of Middlesex. At the time of the baptism the family were living at 4a St Thomas Place and his father was a Fishmonger.

Emma L appeared in the census on 3 April 1881 aged 4 and at this time she was a Scholar. She was living with her parents Henry [36] a Fishmonger and Louisa [37] a Charwoman at 4 Thomas Place, St Lukes. Living with them were her siblings William H [12], Joseph H [9], James H [8] all of whom were Scholars and Elizabeth J [9 months]. There was also a boarder a William Ubstow [19] a Carman.

Emma appeared in the census on 5 April 1891 aged 14 at this time her occupation was a Lady’s Belt Maker. She was living with her parents Henry [46] a Fish Eel Seller and Louisa [49] at 98 Goswell Road, St Luke, Holborn, London & Middlesex, England. Living with them were her siblings Joseph [17] a Van Washer, James [19] a Body Belt Maker, Charles [8] and Lilly [6] both of whom were Scholars.

During the census on 31 March 1901 Emma aged 24 whose occupation was a Tin Labeller (Grocers) was boarding in the household of Edwin James Garrett [34] a Riverside Labourer at 5 St Thomas, St George the Martyr Southwark, St Saviour Southwark, London & Surrey, England. Her brother Joseph [29] a Corn Porter was also in the household.

Emma Louise married George HARKNETT on 25 December 1902 at St. James Church in the Parish of Bermondsey in the County of London. The marriage was witnessed by James Frederick Hayes and Lilly Franklin. The ceremony was performed by Arthur Sinker Curate.

George HARKNETT, was born on 3 January 1880 the son of James Harknett. For the continuation of this line please click on George's name at the beginning of the paragraph.