William Thomas Sewell born 1863
and his family
These family pictures have been provided by Bramwell Taylor
The family are descendants of Henry Sewell, born in Byfield. Henry married Susanna Bloxham and they had at least eight children. One of their sons was Thomas Sewell, born 1804, a butcher in Byfield who married Martha Smith and had thirteen children. One of these was George Thomas Sewell, born 1836, who was a letter carrier in Daventry. He married Mary Prestidge and they had two sons. The eldest son was William Thomas Sewell, born 1863 in Daventry, who became a weaver in Lancashire. His wife was Martha Elizabeth Simpson, and they had three children, Martha, Arthur and Mary. Mary married Alfred Taylor and they were both Salvation Army Officers. They had six children. Bramwell, the eldest, was named after Bramwell Booth, the son of the Founder, William Booth.
Mary Sewell nee Prestidge with her two children Arthur & William
Martha Elizabeth SEWELL, (Simpson), William Thomas,
and young Mary SEWELL.
Martha and Mary Sewell
Martha Sewell, wife of William Sewell
Mary SEWELL & Alfred TAYLOR
as Salvation Army officers in Scotland.
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