John William Bush Radburn (b. 1872)
Butcher John William B. Radburn married Harriet Francis Hitchcock in 1898, but she died a few months later. He later married Minnie Buckingham.
- son of John Radburn (b. ~1832) and Clara Radburn (b. ~1849)
- by marriage, first cousin-in-law (once removed⇧) of director Alfred Joseph Hitchcock (b. 1899)
- Ivy Violet Radburn (b. 1888)
- Clara Alice Alberta Radburn (b. ~1870)
- Edith Radburn (b. ~1875)
- Emma Radburn (b. ~1863)
- Leonard Radburn (b. ~1885)
- Lillie Radburn (b. ~1879)
- Ruby Gwendoline Radburn (b. ~1882)
- William Radburn (b. ~1873)
- Clara Alice O. Radburn (b. ~1871)
- Sarah Eliza Radburn (b. ~1858)
- Winnie Radburn (b. ~1876)
- born 1872
- also known as William
- born 1874
- daughter of Charles William Hitchcock (b. 1838) and his wife Harriet F. Hitchcock (b. 1842) née Turner
- sister of Charles William Hitchcock (b. 1867), George Joseph Hitchcock (b. 1870), Henry John Hitchcock (b. 1872), Charlotte Sophie Hitchcock (b. 1879) and Albert Bertie Hitchcock (b. 1884)
- married in 1898 to John William B. Radburn
- died 1899 aged 24
- following Harriet's death in 1899, John remarried in 1913 to Minnie Buckingham
- Given the very short time between her marriage and death, it seems unlikely Harriet Francis had any children with John William.
- died 17/Feb/1960 aged 87
- probate granted 14/Mar/1960 to Cecil William Radburn (builder and decorator), estate worth £2,098 9s. 4d.
Notes & References
- Likely married in 1910 to Lionel Gordon Radburn [reg. Q2 1910 Epping]. Died in 1939 aged 50 [reg. Q1 1939 Holborn].
- Likely Edith Lavinia Maud Radburn (b. 1874) [reg. Q3 1874 Camberwell]. Married in 1898 to William Henry Turner (b. ~1870) [reg. Q2 1898 West Ham]. Likely died 1950 aged 76 [reg. Q2 1950 Edmunton].
- Died 1958 [reg. Q4 1958 Brighton].
- Birth registered Q3 1872 Camberwell.
- Birth registered Q2 1874 West Ham.
- Marriage registered Q3 1898 West Ham.
- Death of Harriet Francis Redburn registered Q1 1899 West Ham.
- Marriage registered Q3 1913 West Ham.
- Death of John W.B. Radburn registered Q1 1960 Epping.