Enoch Hitchcock (b. 1867)
- son of Enoch Hitchcock (b. 1844) and his wife Catherine Hitchcock (b. ~1844) née Cunningham
- first cousin (once removed⇧) of director Alfred Joseph Hitchcock (b. 1899)
- born 1867
- birthplace given as Essex (1871 Census) and Stratford (1881 Census)
- Sarah Elizabeth Hitchcock (b. 1863)
- Kate Hitchcock (b. 1866)
- Susan Hitchcock (b. ~1866)
- Henry Hitchcock (b. 1869)
- Joseph Hitchcock (b. 1872)
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Enoch is a greengrocer living with his wife and 5 children.
- address: 50 Forest Street, Stratford, West Ham
- Enoch Hitchcock (26), occupation: greengrocer
- Kate Hitchcock (27), wife
- Sarah Hitchcock (8), daughter, occupation: scholar
- Susan Hitchcock (5), daughter, occupation: scholar
- Kate Hitchcock (4), daughter, occupation: scholar
- Enoch Hitchcock (3), son, occupation: scholar
- Henry Hitchcock (2), son
- Mary Cunningham (19), occupation: domestic servant, born Stratford
Catherine is now living with her uncle Michael Cunningham in Stratford and her husband Enoch is not listed. Her teenage daughters are also not listed. She is listed as married rather than widowed.
- address: 8 Elizabeth Gardens, Stratford, West Ham
- Michael Cunningham (70), occupation: general labourer, born: West Ham, Essex
- Margaret Cunningham (60), wife, born: Stratford
- Catherine Hitchcock (40), niece, occupation: labourwoman
- Enoch Hitchcock (13), grandnephew, occupation: scholar
- Joseph Hitchcock (9), grandnephew, occupation: scholar
- No definite entries after 1881 Census and no obvious death or marriage entries.
- An "E. Hitchcock" is listed as a maritime death in November 1918 but there are no extra details to help match this to Enoch.
- A "Mr E. R. Hitchcock" (b. 1866) of 38 Nightingale Square SW12 travelled as tourist from London to South Africa on Gloucester Castle (Union Castle shipping line), departed 06/Nov/1936, but this was Edward Robert Hitchcock.
Notes & References
- Birth registered as Enoch Hitchcock Q4 1867 West Ham. See: England & Wales births 1837-2006 > volume 4A > page 44 > line 245
- Very likely a relative on Kate's side of the family.
- Previously worked as a dock labourer (1851 Census) and labourer (1871 Census). Seems to have lived in West Ham throughout lifetime.
- Maritime deaths 1854-1972 > series BT334 > box 0072
- passenger list