Family of Sidney Ernest Charles KENNETT and Louisa DEAKIN

Husband: Sidney Ernest Charles KENNETT (1861-1932)
Wife: Louisa DEAKIN ( - )
Children: Henry Thomas KENNETT (1883- )
Agnes Jane KENNETT (1885- )
Robert Lovel KENNETT (1887- )
Louisa KENNETT (1889- )
Anne Caroline KENNETT (1892- )
Marriage 10 Apr 1882 Liverpool, Lancashire

Husband: Sidney Ernest Charles KENNETT

Name: Sidney Ernest Charles KENNETT
Sex: Male
Father: Henry Thomas KENNETT (1828-1861)
Mother: Agnes Jane BROWNING (c. 1831-1913)
Birth 25 Jun 1861 Long Ditton, Esher, Surrey
Occupation Clerk
Death 4 Jul 1932 (age 71) Worthing, Sussex

Wife: Louisa DEAKIN

Name: Louisa DEAKIN
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -

Child 1: Henry Thomas KENNETT

Name: Henry Thomas KENNETT
Sex: Male
Birth 30 Jun 1883 Liverpool, Lancashire

Child 2: Agnes Jane KENNETT

Name: Agnes Jane KENNETT
Sex: Female
Birth 4 Jan 1885 Liverpool, Lancashire

Child 3: Robert Lovel KENNETT

Name: Robert Lovel KENNETT
Sex: Male
Birth Q3 1887 London (Clapham)

Child 4: Louisa KENNETT

Name: Louisa KENNETT
Sex: Female
Birth Q3 1889 London (Clapham)

Child 5: Anne Caroline KENNETT

Name: Anne Caroline KENNETT
Sex: Female
Birth Q3 1892 London (Clapham)

Note on Husband: Sidney Ernest Charles KENNETT

The family moved to Clapton, London around 1896.

Sidney worked as a clerk.

He was inclined to mix up the order of his names on the various documentation.

There is a bit of a mystery as in 1901 Louisa was living alone with the children at 104 Roding Road, Hackney stating that she was married. Sidney Ernest Charles was calling himself Charles and living with Elizabeth saying they were both married, with two children, at 79 Redweld Road, Hackney.

When Sidney died on 4.7.1932 at Worthing Hospital he and his 'wife', Elizabeth Jane, were living at 1 Howard Terrace, West Street, Worthing. His occupation was given as retired luggage porter. It's not clear if he eventually married Elizabeth or just ran off with her and set up home.

Elizabeth appear to have had two children in 1901 but these could be Elizabeth’s children and not Charles’

He received the Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee medal presumably for his service in the Metropolitan Police, although the reason has not been confirmed.