HODSON, Samuel Edward

Birth Name HODSON, Samuel Edward 1a 2a 3a 4a 5a 6a
Gramps ID I1052
Gender male
Age at Death 17 years, 8 months, 26 days

Events

Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth [E1180] 1851-12-08 Renishaw, Derbyshire, England  
2b 4b 5b
Baptism [E1181] 1852-01-04 Eckington, Derbyshire, England  
3b
Residence [E1182] 1861-04-07 Eckington, Derbyshire, England  
1b
Burial [E1183] 1869-09-05 Spinkhill, Derbyshire, England  
5c 6b
Death [E1184] 1869-09-03 Spinkhill, Derbyshire, England  
4c 6c
Birth [E1185] 1852 Eckington, Derbyshire, England  
1c

Parents

Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father HODSON, John [I0032]
Mother BROOKE, Annie Smith [I0033]
    Sister     HODSON, Annie Maria [I1036]
    Sister     HODSON, Sebra Helen [I1037]
         HODSON, Samuel Edward [I1052]
    Sister     HODSON, Alice Maria [I0458]
    Brother     HODSON, Brooke [I0948]
    Sister     HODSON, Kate [I0949]
    Brother     HODSON, Harry [I0459]
    Brother     HODSON, James [I0460]
    Sister     HODSON, Ann Smith [I1553]
    Brother     HODSON, Thomas [I0946]
    Sister     HODSON, Mary Elizabeth [I0457]
    Brother     HODSON, John William [I0947]
    Brother     HODSON, Jonathan [I0016]

Narrative

Derby Times and Chesterfield Herald, Wednesday 8 September 1869.

September 3 at Spinkhill, Samuel Edward, eldest son of John Hodson, of Spinkhill. The deceased, who was about 18 years of age, had been an apprentice to Messrs Moss and Gamble, of Sheffield, in the commercial department, and had also been a chorister at St Michael's Church, Sheffield, almost since its consecration some two years ago. He was much respected by both the clergy and his brother choristers, and although his death had been somewhat sudden, being the victim of a virulent attack of typhus fever, it was determined to pay a more than ordinarily marked degree of respect to his memory. accordingly the clergy and choir, in surplices, of St. Michael's, numbering upwards of thirty, met at Eckington Church shortly after two, and there waited for the cortage. The funeral procession left Spinkhill some time before this. In addition to the regular family of mourners it was accompanied by the choir (also supliced) of Lady Sitwell's Church at Renishaw Park, the choristers acting as pall bearers, etc. Before leaving Spinkhill one or two appropriate hymns were sung. The procession was met at Eckington Church gates by St. Michael's choir and the whole at once moved in double file to the grave, chanting the opening sentences for the office for the burial of the dead, it being deemed imprudent in consequence of the fever to take the corpse into the church. Viewed from the hill side, the long white robed procession accompanied by the mourners, etc. had a most singular and pleasing effect. When all had arrived at the grave side, hymn 142 (Ancient and Modern), Brief life is here our portion, was sung. The latter portion of the funeral service was then taken by the Rev. T. Wilkins, vicar of St. Michael's, several portions of it being musically rendered, after which, hymn 117, Jesus lives no longer now, was sung. The singing had a most striking effect, and appeared to makea profound impression on the vast converse of people which had assembled in the church yard. The procession then moved to the church, where the first portion of the service was taken by the rector of Eckington, the Rev. E. B. Estcourt, Hymn 17, Sweet Savior, bless us ere we go, was here sung, after which the benediction was pronounced by the rector. Lady Sitwell's champlain, the Rewv. Mr. Reeve, also took part in the service. The choirs of Renishaw and St. Michael's were assisted by several of the members of the Eckington and Stavely choirs, but these were not supliced. Numbers of persons from Sheffield and the surrounding villages were present, many no doubt to pay a last respect to the memory of the deceased.

Tuesday 07 September 1869 , Sheffield Independent , South Yorkshire, England
... John Hodson, of Spink hill. The deceased, who was about 18 years of age, had been an apprentice to Messrs. Moss and Gamble, of Sheffield, hi the commercial ...

Narrative

Records not imported into INDI (individual) Gramps ID I1052:

Tag recognized but not supported Line 16151: 3 _FOOT Birth - Hodson, Samuel #1052. Registration #180, FC 048906.
Tag recognized but not supported Line 16164: 3 _FOOT Newspaper - Hodson, Samuel Edward #1052. Derby Times and Chesterfield Herald. Wednesday 8 September 1869.
Tag recognized but not supported Line 16174: 3 _FOOT Birth - Hodson, Samuel #1052. Registration #180, FC 048906.
Tag recognized but not supported Line 16206: 3 _FOOT Newspaper - Hodson, Samuel Edward #1052. Derby Times and Chesterfield Herald. Wednesday 8 September 1869.
Tag recognized but not supported Line 16217: 3 _FOOT Newspaper - Hodson, Samuel Edward #1052. Derby Times and Chesterfield Herald. Wednesday 8 September 1869.

 

Attributes

Type Value Notes Sources
REFN 1052
 

Pedigree

  1. HODSON, John [I0032]
    1. BROOKE, Annie Smith [I0033]
      1. HODSON, Annie Maria [I1036]
      2. HODSON, Sebra Helen [I1037]
      3. HODSON, Samuel Edward
      4. HODSON, Alice Maria [I0458]
      5. HODSON, Brooke [I0948]
      6. HODSON, Kate [I0949]
      7. HODSON, Harry [I0459]
      8. HODSON, James [I0460]
      9. HODSON, Ann Smith [I1553]
      10. HODSON, Thomas [I0946]
      11. HODSON, Mary Elizabeth [I0457]
      12. HODSON, John William [I0947]
      13. HODSON, Jonathan [I0016]

Ancestors

Source References

  1. 1861 Census ENG DBY - Hodson, John #32 Census; Online Archives [S0562]
      • Page: Database online. Class: RG9; Piece: 2534; Folio: 90; Page: 16; GSU roll: 542985.
      • Confidence: High
      • Source text:

        Record for John Hodson

      • Page: Database online. Class: RG9; Piece: 2534; Folio: 90; Page: 16; GSU roll: 542985.
      • Confidence: High
      • Source text:

        Record for John Hodson

      • Page: Database online. Class: RG9; Piece: 2534; Folio: 90; Page: 16; GSU roll: 542985.
      • Confidence: High
      • Source text:

        Record for John Hodson

  2. Birth - Hodson, Samuel #1052 [S0153]
      • Confidence: Very High
      • Source text:

        Certified copy.

      • Confidence: Very High
      • Source text:

        Certified copy.

  3. Baptism - Hodson, Samuel #1052 [S0154]
      • Page: Page 277, Entry No. 2212.
      • Confidence: Very High
      • Page: Page 277, Entry No. 2212.
      • Confidence: Very High
  4. Death - Hodson, Samuel Edward #1052 [S0820]
      • Page: DYC 366406. General Registrar Office - Chesterfield, Derbyshire.
      • Confidence: Very High
      • Page: DYC 366406. General Registrar Office - Chesterfield, Derbyshire.
      • Confidence: Very High
      • Page: DYC 366406. General Registrar Office - Chesterfield, Derbyshire.
      • Confidence: Very High
  5. Burial - Hodson, Samuel Edward #1052 [S0181]
      • Page: Page 259, record #2066. LDS Microfilm #1752151, #'s 1-3.Parish records - burials 1813 - 1872.
      • Confidence: Very High
      • Page: Page 259, record #2066. LDS Microfilm #1752151, #'s 1-3.Parish records - burials 1813 - 1872.
      • Confidence: Very High
      • Page: Page 259, record #2066. LDS Microfilm #1752151, #'s 1-3.Parish records - burials 1813 - 1872.
      • Confidence: Very High
  6. Newspaper - Hodson, Samuel Edward #1052 (online archive) [S2101]
      • Confidence: Low
      • Confidence: Low
      • Confidence: Low