- Subject: Amy Mary Trim
- Date: Jan 1893
- Photographer: Henry Wayland, Rembrandt House, 11 Lee Road, Blackheath, Greenwich
- Found: eBay
Births Mar 1870
TRIM Amy Mary Wandsworth 1d 596
Amy was the daughter of Albert Trim & Ellen née Stedman, born 31 Jan & baptised 27 Feb 1870 at St Luke’s Church in Chelsea, Middlesex:-
Source Citation: Class: RG10; Piece: 706; Folio: 55; Page: 36; GSU roll: 823343.
Albert Trim head mar 30 clerk born Isle of Wight, West Cowes
Ellen Trim wife mar 30 born Petworth Sussex
Beatrice E Trim dau 3 born Chelsea Mdx
Albert S Trim son 2 born Battersea Surrey
Amy M Trim dau 1 born Battersea Surrey
Albert was listed as being a ‘waiter’ on Amy’s marriage to Charles Kendall James in 1896:-
Charles & Amy James were at home in 73 Woodlawn Rd, Fulham, London on the night of 2 Apr 1911 along with her brother William Ernest Trim.
Charles & Amy had been married 14 years & had one child who had died. Dorothy Mary James had been born in the last quarter of 1897 and while visiting her maternal grandparents in Shorrolds Rd, Fulham was baptised at St John’s Church, Walham Green, Fulham on the 10 Jan 1898. Her death was registered soon after in the 1qtr of 1898 at Fulham RD.
So it seems there won’t be any descendants to claim Amy’s photograph but I’m sure there will be some family out there who are descended from any one of her five siblings:-
Beatrice Ellen 1867-1948
Albert Stedman 1868-1897
Tom Parker 1872-1953
Ada Fanny Elizabeth 1875-?
William Ernest 1879-1969
Their father, Albert, was born in West Cowes on the Isle of Wight about 1840. He was aged 8 mths in the 1841 census & living with his widowed mother, brother William and half sister Susan Parker aka Trim. Maria Parker married William Trim on 1 Jan 1832 at Northwood on the Isle of Wight.
Albert Trim married Ellen Stedman in the 3qtr 1865 in Kensington.
Further details on this family may be seen on the Strangers in a Box database on WorldConnect.
If any of the descendants of this Trim family would like to have the above photograph I would be delighted to pass it on. Contact by email is preferable but if you are going to leave a comment please don’t forget to include your email address.