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Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire
The 1861 census shows Henry, his wife and three children living next door to William Pargent and Fanny Tidridge, still in the High Street Bishop’s Waltham. William Tidridge now aged 57 was living at Gosport Road Bishops Waltham with his 13 year old niece Mary Tidridge. Charles was lodging at The Kings Head, St Georges Square, Bishop’s Waltham.
Administration of the effects of William Tidridge late of Bishop’s Waltham in the county of Southampton tailor a bachelor who died 25th August 1873 at Newport Isle of Wight in the said county was granted at Winchester to Mary Tidridge of Bishop’s Waltham spinster the niece and one of the next of kin. Effects under £300.
Administration of the effects of Charles Tidridge late of Bishop’s Waltham of the county of Southampton labourer a bachelor who died 26 April 1862 at Bishops Waltham left unadministered by William Tidridge brother and one of the next of kin was granted at Winchester to Mary Tidridge of Bishops Waltham spinster the administratrix of the effects of the said William Tidridge former grant at Winchester May 1862
Heading Isle of Wight Coroner’s Inquest