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Fredrick William Gingell

Full Name Fredrick William Gingell
 
Date of Birth 6th December 1832
Place of Birth Hop Ground, Angel Lane, Stratford, Essex, England
 
Father James Gingell
Mother Ellen Ogden
 
Siblings Martha, John, Ellen, Emily, Charles, William
 
Date of Death 5th February 1863
Place of Death Woodhouse, East Ham, Essex, England
Date of Burial 11th February 1863
Place of Burial St Mary Magdelene, East Ham, Essex, England
 
Occupation Pupil (1841)
  Architect Assistant (1851)
 
Location Green Lanes, Woodberry Vale, Stoke Newington, Ossulstone (Finsbury Division), Middlesex, England (1841)
  Wood House, East Ham, Essex, Essex (1851)
  Woodhouse, East Ham, Essex, England (1861)
 
Other Information Additional information provided by Raylene : Listed on the 1861 census, as a hay Factor at Woodhouse, East Ham.
  Additional information provided by Alexander Gingell :

In 1860, Frederick William Gingell became Life Governor of The London Hospital [LH/A/15]; Died on 5th February 1863, 29yrs (sic) at Woodhouse, East Ham, Essex [GRO Index: Jan-Mar 1863/W.Ham/4a/21; The Times, 7 Feb 1863, p.1]; Buried 11 Feb 1863, St Mary Magdelene, East Ham, Essex [National Burial Index]; Upon his death, the following was published in the papers: EXTRAORDINARY PRESENTIMENT OF SUDDEN DEATH. - Mr F. W. Gingell, of Woodhouse, East Ham, of the firm of Messres James Gingell and Sons, died suddenly on Thursday evening last, under most singular circumstances. He was sitting at dinner with the family, when he observed to his father, "I have a presentiment that I shall die suddenly." The words were no sooner pronounced than (sic) his head drooped, and he expired without a groan or other indication of death. The poor of Whitechapel have lost a valued friend. [Daily News, 9 Feb 1863; The Liverpool Mercury, 9 Feb 1863]. Also a tribute to Frederick William, "THE PATH OF A SUNBEAM", was published by W. Weldon Champneys, M.A. (Canon Residentiary of St Paul's, and vicar of St Pancras). Publishers: Seely, Jackson, and Halliday, Fleet Street, London - MDCCCLXIII; Printed by Strangeways and Walde, Castle Street, Leicester Square, London. The publication covers 76 pages:

* The Canon's tribute (48 pages) written on the morrow of the funeral. The Reverend Vicar professes that "It was my privelege (and I thank God, who in His good providence gave it to me) to know this dear young christian very intimately. He was the much-loved and and valued friend of my own sons, especially of my eldest, and I can truly say that, beyond the circle of my own family , there was no one I loved so dearly. Indeed, it was impossible not to love him." In the tribute the vicar expounds the christian faith of the young Frederick, as well as, his spirituality especially in his being prepared for the call to his death. It is revealed that on that same evening of his death, on his way back home, Frederick confessed to the coachman that he will breath his last within a few hours. *An Address (unfinished), written in pencil, and apparently intended for publication , was found, after his death, on the pocket of his outer coat. *Letter by F.W. written to a young friend on the ordination to the ministry of the Church of England. *Extracts from letters (over 35) written to members of his family after his decease, giving testimony to the opinions formed on him, and the estimation in which he was held by various friends.
 
Submitted By Dorothy Gingell
Last Updated 21st November 2007
Reference ID 07932
 

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England & Wales, Quaker Birth, Marriage, and Death Registers, 1578-1837

Name Frederic William Gingell
Event Type Birth
Birth Date 6 Dec 1832
Birth Place Hop Ground Stratford, England
Gender Male
Father James Gingell
Mother Ellen Gingell
Meeting Monthly Meeting of Ratcliff and Barking
Piece Description Piece 0421: Monthly Meeting of Ratcliff and Barking: Births (1794-1837)
 

England & Wales, Quaker Birth, Marriage, and Death Registers, 1578-1837

Name Frederic William Gingell
Event Type Birth
Birth Date 6 Dec 1832
Birth Place West Ham, Essex, England
Gender Male
Father James Gingell
Mother Ellen ...
Meeting Quarterly Meeting of London and Middlesex
Piece Description Piece 1045: Quarterly Meeting of London and Middlesex: Births 1821-1836)
 

England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

Name Frederic William Gingell
Gender Male
Birth Date 6 Dec 1832
Birth Place Society of Friends QM, Essex, England
Father James Gingell
Mother Ellen ...
FHL Film Number 587998
Reference ID v 854 p 71
 

1841 Census

Address Green Lanes, Woodberry Vale, Stoke Newington, Ossulstone (Finsbury Division), Middlesex, England
Source 1841 Census - P.R.O. Reference # HO107/669/4/15/23
   
Name Fredk W Gingell
Occupation Pupil
Birth Place -
Age 9
Gender Male
 

1851 Census

Address Wood House, East Ham, Essex, Essex
Source 1851 Census - PRO Ref: Piece: 1768. Folio: 638. Page: 1. Registration District: West Ham. Civil Parish: East Ham. Municipal Borough: Essex.
   
Name Fredc Wm Gingell
Birth Place Stratford, Essex
Relation to Head Son
Occupation Architect Assistant
Condition Unmarried
Age 18
Gender Male
 

GRO Online Index for Death Registrations in England and Wales 1837 to 1957

Name Frederick William Gingell
Gender M
Estimated Birth Year 1834
Registration Year 1863
Registration Quarter Jan-Feb-Mar
Registration District West Ham Union
Volume 04A
Page 21
Age 29
GRO Reference GRO Reference: 1863 M Quarter in WEST HAM UNION Volume 04A Page 21
 

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966

Date of Probate 2nd March 1863
Place of Probate Middlesex, England
Effects £4, 000
Entry GINGELL Frederick William. 2 March. The Will of Frederick William Gingell late of the Kent and Essex Yard High-street Whitechapel in the County of Middlesex Hay Factor deceased who died 5 February 1863 at Wood House East Ham in the County of Essex was proved at the Principal Registry by the affirmation of James Gingell of the Kent and Essex Yard aforesaid Hay Factor the Father and by the oath of William Henry Gingell of the Kent and Essex Yard aforesaid Hay Factor the Brother the Executors. Effects under £4, 000.
 

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