Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Biography:
Herbert Dean
d. 02/01/1909

Herbert's parents were William, a plate layer, and Mary Dean. In 1871 Herbert, his parents, and brothers Thomas, James, William, Joseph  and Charles were living in Boxmoor, Hertfordshire. William and Mary had also had five other children recorded on the 1861 census: Frederick George, Mary Ann, Emily, Isabel and Sarah.  Out of these five only Emily is on the 1871 census. In 1881 Herbert was living in Provident Place,  Berkhamsted with a widower John Hoare and John's children Henry, Ellen and Herbert. Herbert was recorded as John Hoare's brother-in-law. They were both described as general labourers. In January 1887 Herbert married Amy Rance in Berkhamsted. By 1891 Herbert and Amy were living in Highfield Road Berkhamsted, with their two daughters, Ada born in 1887 and Daisy born in 1890. In 1901 the family had increased and they were now living in Holliday Street, with three sons, William, Herbert and Joseph. Herbert senior's occupation was given as a stoker of a stationary engine. Herbert died on 2nd January 1909.
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Herbert’s parents were William, a plate layer, and Mary Dean.

In 1871 Herbert, his parents, and brothers Thomas, James, William, Joseph  and Charles were living in Boxmoor, Hertfordshire.

William and Mary had also had five other children recorded on the 1861 census: Frederick George, Mary Ann, Emily, Isabel and Sarah.  Out of these five only Emily is on the 1871 census.

In 1881 Herbert was living in Provident Place,  Berkhamsted with a widower John Hoare and John’s children Henry, Ellen and Herbert. Herbert was recorded as John Hoare’s brother-in-law. They were both described as general labourers.

In January 1887 Herbert married Amy Rance in Berkhamsted.

By 1891 Herbert and Amy were living in Highfield Road Berkhamsted, with their two daughters, Ada born in 1887 and Daisy born in 1890.

In 1901 the family had increased and they were now living in Holliday Street, with three sons, William, Herbert and Joseph. Herbert senior’s occupation was given as a stoker of a stationary engine.

Herbert died on 2nd January 1909.

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