|Agnes Benham PHAROAH
• On 2 Apr 1871 Agnes appeared on the census at 2 Buckland Street, Portsea, Hants as a 12-year-old. 3
• On 3 Apr 1881 she appeared on the census at 1 Trafalgar Place, Tooting Graveney, Surrey as a 22-year-old widow lodging in the home of Frank Pinnam with her two yound children. 4
• On 5 Apr 1891 Agnes appeared on the census at 41 Stamshaw Road, Portsmouth, Hants as a 34-year-old fish hawker who had remarried and was living with her new husband, John Mayhew, her two children from her first marriage and two children from this marriage. 5
• Their marriage was registered during the quarter ended Mar 1878 at the Portsea Island registration district, with GRO reference vol 2b, page 708. 1
Agnes next married John MAYHEW. (John MAYHEW was born about 1846 in Portsea, Hants 5.)
• Their marriage was registered during the quarter ended Mar 1882 at the Portsea Island registration district, with GRO reference vol 2b, page 670. 7
1 FreeBMD, "Marriage indices," database(http://www.freebmd.org.uk : accessed 19 Nov 2011), entry for William Elford and Agnes Benham Pharoah, volume 2b, page 708, Mar quarter 1878, Portsea district; citing the General Register Office's England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes.
2 Carole Pharoah, E-Mail - Carole Pharoah to Tony Rolfe 2003 03 14.
3 1871 Census of England, Portsea, folio 151, page 57, Richard J. Pharoah; digital images(www.ancestry.co.uk : accessed 23 Nov 2012); citing PRO RG 10/1129.
4 1881 Census of England, Tooting Graveney, folio 22, page 6, Frank Pinnam; digital images(www.ancestry.co.uk : accessed 6 Sep 2012); citing PRO RG 11/668.
5 1891 Census of England, Portsea, folio 42, page 25, John Mayhew; digital images(www.ancestry.co.uk : accessed 6 Sep 2012); citing PRO RG 12/854.
6 London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921, "1904. Marriage solemnized at the Ascension, balham Hill in the parish of Streatham in the county of London," William Frederick Elford and Ada Mary Pharoah, page 71, entry 142; digital images, Ancestry, in partnership with the London Metropolitan Metropolitan Archives(www.ancestry.co.uk : accessed 3 Sep 2012).
Graham Hart, Ben Laurie, Camilla von Massenbach and David Mayall, FreeBMD Web Site.