George Henry (Harry?) HASKINS b. 30 May 1867 (HFB) Olveston,
d. 8 Dec 1943
In the 1871 Census with his family at Olveston.
In the 1881 Census, at 13, with his parents and siblings at Hedge End Botley Hants.
m. Elizabeth Stewart McEwen (?Milly?), June qtr 1890 (Wokingham 2c 739)
She was b. Dec qtr 1867 Aldershot? (Farnham 2a 78).
In the 1891 Census, they are at 40 Market St, Wokingham Berks (up near the Thames). His occupation is shown as Grocer's Manager.
In the 1901 Census, they are at 10 Church St Romsey (back to the area south of Winchester, but a bit further west), with both daughters, occupation Grocer's Manager.
Willy Tony Clarke was billetted on George in 1915-17, and that resulted in an introduction to George's younger brother Frederic, and later Willy Tony's marriage to Frederic's daughter Ethel Mary (Queenie).
In the 1930s (in his 60s), in Romsey 7 miles NW of Southampton, as Manager of Misslebrook & Westons, grocers (back when it was a skilled business). [From, I think, Freda Miller and/or Tony Clarke]
In 1939 (at 72), in Bishop's Waltham 7 miles NE of Southampton and 12 miles from Romsey. They had a big house and garden and ran an afternoon tea place (and P.O.?). Margaret worked for a doctor in B.W. in 1939-40, and visited him there. [From Margaret Miller]
Two children? A son killed in the War - WWI? A daughter who married and migrated to Canada? [From Peter. But is this possibly a confusion with Phyllis, who this site shows as being on the other side, the daughter of Sarah Ada Roberts and Ted Clark]
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Created: 22 December 2006; Last Amended: 27 February 2008