Children of Samuel Carson Huggins (1825-1865) and Anne Eliza Crozier

The children of Samuel Carson Huggins (1825–1865) and Anne Eliza Crozier (c.1825–1900) were:

  • Mary Matilda (1859–1922) – Died at no. 9, The Croft, Tenby in Pembrokeshire, Wales; buried 22nd February 1922 in St Mary's church yard, Tenby. [1,12]

  • Mariah Harriette (1860–1953): (i) When the 1901 census was enumerated, Harriette and her brother were living in Greystones, parish of Delgany, county Wicklow. [2] (ii) Died in Claro registration district, Yorkshire, England, in the first quarter ending 31 March 1953. [3]

  • William (1862–d. bef. 1863)

  • William (b.1863) – no trace found.

  • Annie Elizabeth (1865–1953): (i) Born in Dungannon, county Tyrone. [4] (ii) Found in the 1901 England Census, living at no. 53 Norfolk Square, Paddington, age 26, nurse in hospital. [5] (iii) Died 25th April 1953 in Claro registration district, Yorkshire, England. [6] (iv) Annie's residence was Flat 1, 10 Park road, Harrogate, Yorkshire, and Lynwood Nursing Home in Ripon. Her will was probated at York; administration was granted to Dorothy Evans, sole executrix. [7]

  • Samuel Carson (1866–1933): (i) Born in Castlehill, Dungannon, five months after his father's death. [8] (ii) Resident at no. 17, Prince Patrick Terrace, Dublin, in 1894. [9] (iii) Attended Harvard School of Dental Medicine; degree of D.M.D. conferred on the 26th June 1907. [10]
    (iv) Resident at 3 Portsdown road, Maida Vale, Paddington, when the 1911 census was enumerated in England; recorded as age 44, single, American Dentist (not in practice). [11] (v) Died 17 August 1933 at The Rookery, Park Ave., Withernsea, Yorkshire. [12] Administration of will was granted at Belfast to his sister, Annie Elizabeth Huggins. [13]

All of the children were baptised in First Dungannon Presbyterian Church. [13]

In 1901, Mary, Harriette, Anne Eliza, and Samuel contracted an indenture of mortgage with William Wynne Carruthers, of Palmerston Park, county Dublin, re: the premises known as Euston Terrace, on the Ranelagh Road. [14]

A very interesting advertisement was placed in the 1898 edition of The Journal of Education (Oxford University Press). Only the following snippet could be seen via Google Books preview (accessed 2016-01-05):

    Governess (candidate B.A. R.U.I.) desires Engagement.
  Has resided in France and Germany. Music.——Miss Huggins,
  Fintonia, Greystones, Co. Wicklow. ...

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Please note that this page is a work in progress, pending the compilation of other deeds and wills pertaining to another branch of the Huggins family—which capture some of the individuals listed above.

Sources:

  1. Burials in the Parish of St Mary, Tenby, in the county of Pembroke [Wales]. Mary Matilda Huggins, 9 The Croft, buried 22 February 1922, age 62 years, burial record no. 1612. Original record: Parish register, St Mary’s, Tenby, pg. 202. Digital copy online at findmypast.co.uk (accessed 2016-01-05, by subscription).
  2. 1901 Ireland Census. Harriette Huggins, and Samuel Huggins, Greystones, county Wicklow. Original record: National Archives (Ireland), ref. 28/33c/2, digitisation project in cooperation with Library an Archives Canada, online at www.census.nationalarchives.ie (accessed 2010-06-03).
  3. Index of Civil Registrations of Deaths, England. Harriette Huggins, age 92 years; 1st quarter ending 31 March 1953; Claro RD [Registration District], Yorkshire; vol. 2c, pg. 148. Digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed 2010-06-03, by subscription).
  4. Civil Registration of Birth, Ireland. Name not given [Annie Elizabeth Huggins], born 28 March 1865, at George’s street, Dungannon, daughter of Samuel Carson Huggins, writing clerk, and Anne Eliza Crozier. Present at the birth: Alice Thompson, Altnavannog. Original record: Register Office of Ireland, Dublin, vol. 6, pg. 635. Transcribed from FHL film (2003-04). Submitted by A. Kilpatrick.
  5. 1901 England Census. Anne Eliza Huggins, age 26, nurse in hospital, born in Ireland, Hyde Park, Paddington, London; registration district: Paddington, sub-registration district St John Paddington, enumeration district no. 4; original record: Census Returns of England and Wales, 1901 (Kew, Surrey: The National Archives, 1901), class RG13, piece 13, folio 104, pg 28, household schedule no. 149; digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed 2009-01-10, by subscription).
  6. Index of Civil Registrations of Deaths, England. Anne E Huggins, age 88 years; 2nd quarter ending 30 June 1953; Claro R.D., Yorkshire; vol. 2c, pg. 127; original record: General Register Office (UK); digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed 2010-06-03, by subscription).
  7. Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (Belfast). Will Calendars. Annie Elizabeth Huggins of Flat 1, 10 Park Rd. Harrogate, Yorkshire and of Lynwood Nursing Home, Ripon, Yorks. Died 25th April 1953. Probate at York, July 1953 to Dorothy Evans. Effects in Northern Ireland £50. Resealed at Belfast 18th Nov. 1953; Dorothy Evans wife of Ralph Augustine Evans, sole executrix of the will; amount £217 16s 8d, £117 17s 2d; Atkinston, McCall, and Kirby, Solicitors; 4th July 1953. Abstract transcribed by P. Bogue, 18 Nov 2005.
  8. Civil Registration of Birth, Ireland. Samuel Carson Huggins, born 18 April 1866, at Castlehill, Dungannon; son of Samuel Carson Huggins (deceased), writer in attorney’s office, and Anne Eliza Crozier. Informant: Alice Thompson, Altnavannog. Original record: Register Office of Ireland, Dublin, vol. 6, pg. 2055. Transcribed from FHL film (2003-04).
  9. Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Ireland (1894). "Huggins Samuel C." 17 Prince Patrick Terrace, Dublin. Digital copy online at findmypast.co.uk (accessed 2016-01-03, by subscription).
  10. Harvard University (Boston, USA). The Harvard University Catalogue, 1905-06 to 1906-07. Samuel Carson Huggins, residence: 76 St Stephen street, London, England (2nd year), 21 Clinton street, Cambridge (3rd year). Harvard University Library, Harvard University, Pusey Library, Harvard Yard, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138. Information supplied by M.G., Reference Assistant (2004-10-29).
  11. England 1911 Census. Samuel C. Huggins, 3 Portsdown Road, Maida Vale, Paddington, London N W; registration district: Paddington, subregistration district: Paddington North, enumeration district no. 39; original record: Census Returns of England & Wales, 1911 (Kew, Surrey: The National Archives of the UK, 1901), PRO ref. RG14, piece 39; digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription, 2016-01-05).
  12. General Register Office, United Kingdom. Certified Copy of an Entry of Death. Samuel Carson Huggins; died 17th August 1933, The Rookery, Park Avenue, Witernsea; male, age 67 years; occupation: of Edith Road, Barons Court, London, Dentist; cause of death: haemorrhage from gastric ulcer, no P.M., certified by D.J. Young, M.D.; informant: A.E. Huggins, sister, Present at the death, residence: West Park Field, Kedestone Road, Derby; registered 18th August 1933, W.R. Watkinson, Registrar. Given at the GRO, purchased by Alison Kilpatrick (2004-06-16), application no. PAS 6006599, certificate no. DYA 367513, Registration District: Patrington, County of York.
  13. Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (Belfast). Summary: Samuel Carson Huggins of 21 Edith Rd., Baron’s Court, London W.14. Retired dentist - died 17th August 1933 at The Rookery Park Ave., Withernsea, Yorkshire. Administration: Belfast 24th October 1933 to Annie Elizabeth Huggins, spinster. Effects £85-19-6. Oath of administrator, High Court of Justice, N. Ireland: Goods of Samuel Carson Huggins late of 21 Edith Rd., Baron’s Court, London W.14. Retired dentist, Bachelor. Annie Huggins of the Hommes of Rest, West Parkfields, Keddeston Rd., Derby, Derbyshire, spinster. A bachelor without parents behind him surviving leaving me his lawful sister and next to him amounts to the value of £85-19-6. Administrative Bond: Annie Elizabeth Huggins, George Macastney of Killirney, Co. Armagh Merchant and William James Hughes, merchant of Albert Place, Armagh. Annie Elizabeth aged 50 years and upwards. 18th October 1933. Estate Duty: One half share of executed net proceeds of compulsory sale of holdings at Lisglynn and Drumcanver: Value - deceased’s one half £60-19-6. N.B. on the death of his sister Mary Matilda Huggins, spinster intestate in February 1922, this deceased became entitled to her quarter share of the lands as her heir at law. The applicant and her sister Miss Harriet Huggins own the remaining 2-1/4 shares. Deceased was a dentist who failed in business and was supported by the applicant and another sister. PRONI ref. Samuel Carson Huggins (1933) [576]. Summary transcribed by P. Bogue, 2005-10-22.
  14. The Presbyterian Church of Ireland. First Dungannon Presbyterian Congregation, 17 February 1808 – 21 August 1866, Dungannon, county Tyrone. Baptism records for the children of Samuel Carson Huggins and Anne Eliza Crozier: Mary Matilda, 4 March 1859; Mariah Harriette, 14 May 1860; William, 4 May 1862; William, 12 October 1863; Annie Elizabeth, 28 March 1865; and, Samuel Carson, 18 April 1866. On microfilm at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast. PRONI ref. MIC/1P/3A. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, November 2003.
  15. Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Huggins to Carruthers. Memorial no. 1901-55-47, registered 19 July 1901. Copy on microfilm at the PRONI, Belfast, ref. MIC/311/1481 (accessed 2003-11). Extract by Alison Kilpatrick.

If you have a family history connection to a Huggins family from the county of Tyrone—or if you have information to add to the biographical sketches presented here—please consider getting in touch via the contact page.

This page was published on the 7th January 2016, and edited subsequently on the 10th January 2016, for the certified copy of an entry of death for Samuel Carson Huggins (1866–1933).

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