Kate Rossiter (b. 1866) née Hitchcock
- daughter 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 1866
- Sarah Elizabeth Hitchcock (b. 1863)
- Susan Hitchcock (b. ~1866)
- Enoch Hitchcock (b. 1867)
- Henry Hitchcock (b. 1869)
- Joseph Hitchcock (b. 1872)
Alfred Rossiter (b. 1861)
- born 1861 in Shoreditch, London
- son of "bonnet shape maker" Charles Rossiter (b. ~1825) and Caroline Rossiter (b. ~1821) née ?
- brother of George Rossiter (b. ~1855) and Frederick Rossiter (b. ~1858)
- worked as a linen collar cutter
- married 25/Dec/1892 to Catherine Hitchcock at St. Saviour, Forest Gate, West Ham — witnesses were Charles Alexander Harris and Mary Hudspeth
- not found
- not known
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
Likely entry for Kate, now working as a domestic servant.
- address: 69 Wellington Road, Enfield
- Edward Brown (aged 39) — head, occupation: architect & surveyor
- Mary Ann Brown (aged 37) — wife
- Ada M. Brown (aged 19) — daughter
- Edward G.G. Brown (aged 16) — son
- Florence M. Brown (aged 9) — daughter
- Pergy G. Brown (aged 6) — son
- Edward L.H. Davis (aged 27) — visitor, occupation: dental surgeon
- Ellen Woodhouse (aged 27) — servant
- Kate Hitchcock (aged 15) — servant, house maid (domestic)
It appears Kate is now working as a domestic servant to Jane Lyon and that her husband is living with her (although listed as a boarder).
- address: 51 Maitland Park Road, St Pancras, London
- Jane Lyon (aged 55) — head, widow, living on own means
- Pierre le Clerg (aged 46) — boarder, occupation: average adjuster
- Catherine Rossiter (aged 32) — domestic servant
- Alfred Rossiter (aged 39) — boarder, occupation: linen collar cutter
- A different Kate Hitchcock was born to Enoch's brother Joseph Hitchcock (b. ~1829) in West Ham in 1872, and the local marriage of a Kate Hitchcock to Albert Kipping in 1896 was hers.
- No definite entries found for the 1891 Census and no definite records found after the 1901 Census.
- Other Kate Hitchcock's born around the same time:
- Catherine Hitchcock (b. ~1864) Lexden, Essex
- Kate Piller Hitchcock (b. ~1864) Basingstoke, Hampshire
- Kate Hitchcock (b. ~1865) Wellington, Somerset — died 1884 aged 19
- Kate Emily Hitchcock (b. ~1865) Kensignton, London — she was the daughter of Mary Hannah Hitchcock and she married Henry Burnup Jefferies on 11/Dec/1913 in Dauntsey, Wiltshire
- Catherine Hitchcock (b. ~1866) Kensington, London
- Catherine Hitchcock (b. ~1867) Islington, London — likely baptised 08/Dec/1867 at Islington St Mary, daughter of George William Hitchcock and Mercy Hitchcock
- Catherine Alice Hitchcock (b. ~1867) — baptised 05/May/1867 at St Martin Vintry, daughter of Edward Hitchcock and Emma Adelaide Hitchcock
- Kate Hitchcock (b. ~1868) Braintree, Essex
- Kate Alma Hitchcock (b. ~1868) Cricklade, Wiltshire — died 1871 aged 3
- Catherine M. Hitchcock (b. ~1868) who died March 1936 Battersea, London
- Kate May Hitchcock (b. ~1865), daughter of William Hitchcock (deceased), married John Herdis Farley (aged 35) at Twickenham Holy Trinity, Richmond Upon Thames
Notes & References
- Birth registered Q2 1866 West Ham.
- Marriage registered Q4 1892 West Ham.
- Born around 1842. Married to Louisa. By 1891, was working as a "shirt collar cutter" and living at 3 Susan Villas, Woodhouse Road, Wanstead, West Ham. Died 1897.
- There were two people by this name in West Ham. Firstly, Mary Hudspeth (b. ~1869), daughter of Robert & Elizabeth, worked as a domestic servant and who married 1894 to railway locomotive labourer Harry Clarke. Secondly, Mary Hudspeth (b. ~1877), wife of railway clerk Henry Hudspeth (b. ~1866).
- Very likely a relative on Kate's side of the family.