Section 7. the line of

Annie Chaplin Brown

Vera Brown's mother


Annie Chaplin's Mother's Davis Line: English Gypsies from Surrey & W Sussex

Elizabeth* (Chaplin) Davis was born 1860 in Bookham,Eng. She died 1 JAN 1922 in Toronto. She was the daughter of William* Davis (1799-1870) and Mary Ann* (Davis) Richardson (1821-1892). Her siblings were Hannah Davis (1842-?), Henry Davis (1845-?), John Davis (1849-?), Maryann (Niblett) Davis (1851-?), Harriet (Reddick) Davis (1853-1915), Ann (Humphries) Davis (1857-?), Esther M Davis (1869-?).

 

Elizabeth* (Chaplin) Davis was born 1860 in Bookham,Eng. She died 1 JAN 1922 in Toronto. She was the daughter of William* Davis (1799-1870) and Mary Ann* (Davis) Richardson (1821-1892). Her siblings were Hannah Davis (1842-?), Henry Davis (1845-?), John Davis (1849-?), Maryann (Niblett) Davis (1851-?), Harriet (Reddick) Davis (1853-1915), Ann (Humphries) Davis (1857-?), Esther M Davis (1869-?).

 

Livinf on the land

Religion Although Gypsies and Travellers cannot be distinguished by their religion, there have been periods in which evangelical movements have had strong followings in these communities. Some more remote churches constructed in the nineteenth century may have specifically served the Gypsy community, such as St. Michael's Mission Hall on Epsom Common. More recently, the chapel at Salvation Place, Leatherhead, was purpose-built to serve the Traveller community.

 

Coming to America

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    Clara Weissbach, 22 years old
    Ida Weissbach, 20
    Pauline Weissbach, 18

 

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