I apologise if I misunderstood you, but I thought you were saying that the Charles who married Eliza Monk was the son of Joseph and Ann nee Hatton, when he was in fact the son of Joseph and Ann nee Pearce. I think I probably added to the confusion by making an error of my own by agreeing with you that my Charles was the one baptised 1836. He wasn’t. But he was the one who married Eliza Monk. I hope the following details will explain all.
This is what I know of them:-
Joseph Tomlin and Ann Pearce married sometime around 1829. I have checked Hemel, Watford and Rickmansworth for their marriage but so far have found no trace. According to all the census’ I have, both came from Hemel. I will have to look in other areas close by. Luckily, I live in Watford so won’t have too much trouble, just need to find the time!
They had 5 children, Lucy born 19-6-1830 Watford, Emma born 12-10-1831Watford, Charles born 26-1-1833 Watford, Alfred born 30-6-1836 Rickmansworth and David born 16-12-1842 Kings Langley.
Lucy married Henry Preston 25-4 1853 in Llandaff Wales (I don’t know why they were there as Henry was born in Hemel Hempstead. Work perhaps.) And as far as I know they had 8 children, all in Wales, and were there till they died.
Emma married John Rhoads/Rhodes (I have found him with his surname spelt both ways.) 25-12-1861 in Kings Langley Herts (not far from Hemel) At the time of 1901 census Emma was a widow and in Wales with her sister Lucy’s family. I think she had 2 children.
Charles married Eliza Monk 22-4-1854 in Independent Chapel Hemel Hempstead. They had 8 children. Charles died in Hemel 13-2-1899. Eliza died March 1917 in Hemel. (I have a lot of info. Regarding Eliza Monk and family.)
Alfred married Phoebe Painter 15-9-1860 in Devonport Devon. They had 4 children. As far as I know they stayed in Devonport till they died.
David married Lucy Johnson 26-10-1864 Marlowes Chapel Hemel.
Lucy, Emma, Charles and Alfred all had their births registered atParticular Baptist, Rickmansworth January 11th 1837 and their dates of birth were recorded at the same time. Their surname had been wrongly spelt and was down as Tomline. David, having been born after civil registration was bought in, was not baptised or christened as far as I know. His birth certificate, crucially, revealed their mother’s surname.
The census returns I have for Charles show in 1841, he was in Kings Langley with his parents and 3 siblings. 1851, he was still in Kings Langley with parents and now 4 siblings. The 1861 census shows him married to Eliza, and was in Frogmore Road (this is a little area between Kings Langley and Hemel.) with 4 of their children. In 1881 Charles and Eliza were in London Middex with 3 of their children.
As I have already said, Charles and Eliza both died in Hemel. They were both buried there too. Although I haven’t found their grave, (it no longer exists) I have confirmation from the cemetery office that they are there.
I don’t know what happened to the other Joseph and Ann nee Hatton’s son Charles. I believe there was also an Eliza and George. And we know Emma died.