See also

Family of Stephen BRUTON and Jane

Husband: Stephen BRUTON (1810-bef1851)
Wife: Jane <BRUTON> (1812- )
Children: Esther James (Jane) BRUTON (1837- )
Sarah A. BRUTON (1840- )
Mary Ann BRUTON (1846- )
Stephen Frederick BRUTON (1846-1919)

Husband: Stephen BRUTON

Name: Stephen BRUTON
Sex: Male
Father: William Samuel BRUTON (1779-1824)
Mother: Elizabeth <BRUTON> (1785?- )
Birth 1810 Owlpen, Gloucestershire
Occupation Agricultual Labourer / Postboy
Death bef 1851 (age 40-41) Bristol

Wife: Jane <BRUTON>

Name: Jane <BRUTON>
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1812 Bristol (St.Phillip & St.Jacob)
Occupation Marine Store Dealer
Death Bristol (Clifton)

Child 1: Esther James (Jane) BRUTON

Name: Esther James (Jane) BRUTON
Sex: Female
Birth Q4 1837 Bristol
Christening 15 Oct 1837 (age -1-0 (!))1

Child 2: Sarah A. BRUTON

Name: Sarah A. BRUTON
Sex: Female
Spouse: Robert MOON (1847-1902)
Birth 1840 Bristol (St.Phillip & St.Jacob)
Occupation Machine Worker2

Child 3: Mary Ann BRUTON

Name: Mary Ann BRUTON
Sex: Female
Birth Q1 1846 Bristol (Temple)
Christening 12 Apr 1846 (age 0) Bristol (Temple Church)

Child 4: Stephen Frederick BRUTON

Name: Stephen Frederick BRUTON
Sex: Male
Spouse: Catherine WALSH (LEARY) (1851-1901)
Birth Q1 1846 Bristol (Temple)
Christening 12 Apr 1846 (age 0) Bristol (Temple)
Occupation Porter at Glass Works / Stoneware Pottery / Sugar Baker / Warehouseman / Labourer Bristol Tramways
Death Mar 1919 (age 72-73)2

Note on Husband: Stephen BRUTON

In 1841 he was living in St.Mary Redcliff, Bristol.2

Note on Wife: Jane

In 1851 she was living at 5 Gays Court, Temple, Bristol with her Hester and Stephen. She was a widow aged 39 and was a Sew Woman.

In 1861 she was living at 30 Tower Street, Temple, Bristol with her children Sarah and Stephen. She was 49 years old and a Marine Store Dealer. Also living with them as a lodger was Anne Bristow, aged 20 and unmarried, a Stay Maker from St. Phillips, Bristol.

Sources

1Church of Latter Day Saints Database, "IGI - LDS".
2"Ancestry.Co.Uk Census Returns 1841 - 1901.".