Her Father Stephen BREESE
Mothers Forename Harriot
Fathers Occupation Tailor
File Number 6917
Register Number 526
She was married with George Heath Vlieland on 18 Nov 1850 at Great Yarmouth.
Stephen Breese,Gentleman had more children with his wife Harriet.
Emily Abbott Breese.
Bapt.28 may 1826.Aylsham Norfolk England
Charles Abbott Breese .
Bapt.10 Feb.1828 Aylsham Norfolk England
Rosanna Amelia Breese
Bapt 17 March 1833 Aylsham Norfolk England
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There are large numbers of the Breese family in Aylsham.
Harriet Abbott Breese baptism/christening: 09 Feb 1823 Aylsham, Norfolk, England father:Stephen Breese mother: Harriet indexing project (batch) number: I07461-1 system origin: England-EASy source film number: 1278884 (note some other siblings also have Mothers maiden name Abbott for their second name)
1841 census: Oxford Street, St James, Westminster age 20 with younger sister both milliners working for draper
1850 Hunt and Co. Directory of East Norfolk Schools Breese Harriet and Emily Red Lion Street Aylsham
Marriages Dec 1850 Vlieland George Heath Yarmouth 13 990 Harriot Abbott BREESE
Death reg: Apr/Jun 1851, Shoreditch, vol 2 p 267
According to marriage certificate her father was Stephen Breese, Gentleman of Great Yarmouth (note: at time of 1851 census her father, a retired farmer, was meeting his two sons who were living at Market Place Great Yarmouth).
Her father is also described as a farmer in the 1841 census but it seems clear that, after his retirement from the hard work as a farmer, Stephen Breese continued to run the drapers shop and continued in the same trade as did two of his sons and two of his daughters. The evidence of the age and the lack of any other candidate sharing exactly the same family (he is shown as a farmer with the same spouse and children in terms of name and age) is strong:
Stephen Breese baptism/christening: 08 May 1786 Saxthorpe, Norfolk, England father's name: James Breese mother : Elizabeth Dunham indexing project (batch) number: I08498-2 system origin:England-EASy source film number: 1526780
(Parents James Breeze = Elizabeth Dunham marriage:16 Apr 1775 Coltishall, Norfolk, England indexing:I07424-4 film: 2149815
Sat 13 Apr 1822 Norfolk Chronicle - Marriages ... Tuesday last ... at St George's church, Hanover square, Mr. Breese, tailor and draper, to Miss Harriet Abbott, both of Aylsham (06 Aug 1799 Harriet Abbott:baptism Aylsham, Norfolk, England father:Charles Abbott mother: Mary Ross King digital folder number: 004143544)
Marriage 9 Apr 1822 Stephen Breese = Harriet Abbott St George Hanover Square Westminster (Bishop's Transcript). married by banns witnesses H Breese and Mary Buir
1841 census: Near Town House Lamas, Scottow Aylsham farmer age 55 (rounded) with spouse, 4 children and servant (Harriett and Emily left home for London) NOTE: Stephen Breese South side Aylsham age 30 (rounded) is a tailor!
1851 census: Market place Great Yarmouth age 64 visiting two sons both drapers in Market Place Great Yarmouth (note: shown by enumerator as retired farmer)
(Stephen Breese birth:1811 burial: 17 Oct 1842 Aylsham - poss tailor age 30 in 1841 census b tp James and Sarah))
(Note: Deaths Sep 1854 BREESE Stephen Aylsham 4b 56 is a 16 week old child at St Andrew Wood Dalling)
Deaths Jun 1864 BREESE Stephen Aylsham 4b 61
Saturday 21 May 1864 Norfolk News - BREESE—On Thursday last, Aylsham, Stephen Breese. tailor and draper, die in the 78th year of his age.
Stephen Breese Probate Date: 2 Jul 1864 Death Date: 19 May 1864 Death Place: Norfolk, England - Principal Registry
Effects under £450. formerly of Scottow but late of Red Lion Street Aylsham proved by the oath of Harriet Breese of Red Lion Street widow the relict and one of the executors
Saturday 16 July 1864 Norfolk News - To Sold by Auction, by Burrell AND SON, on Tuesday, the 2nd of August, 1864, at the Black Boys Inn, Aylsham at Three for Four o'clock, pm: Lot 1. All that eligibly situated, commodious and substantially-built Dwelling HOUSE AND SHOP, situate in the Market Place, in Aylsham with detached Stable, Gig-house, Walled-in Yard and Garden, in which a good business of tailor and Draper has been for many years carried on the late Mr. Stephen Breese, and is now in full operation