I ordered some records from the GRO.Abraham Trout (the younger) andhis wife Caroline Charlotte Shepherd had another daughter, Ann Frances Trout, born 20 February 1849 at 11 George Street in Southwark.
There son, John Henry Best Trout, was born 2 January 1858 at 26 St. Stephens Square in Southwark.
Their daughter, Harriet Haley Trout, was born 25 March 1851 at 55 Hunter Street.
Abraham's mother, Hepzibah, died 7 May 1852 at 2 Abbey Street South, in St. Mary Magdalen Bermondsey, Surrey.The death certificate indicates that she was 63 years old, and the widow of Abraham Trout.William Greenfield reported the death.I'm not sure who he is.The death certificate spells her name Hephzibah.
Also, Abraham and Hepzibah's daughter, Ann Frances Trout married Henry Farrendon, the son of George Farrendon.Henry was a shoe maker.The marriage took place 26 December 1840 at the parish church in St. Mary Lambeth, Surrey.It was witnessed by a P.L. Guwler (spelling ?) and a Mary Seager.
New question.I ordered birth certificates for Sarah Emma Trout (born 4 July 1854) and Thomas Trout (born 10 August 1849).They were both born in St. George the Martyr Southwark, Surrey.Their parents were William Trout (a baker) and Mary Ann Trout, formerly Merryman.My question is this, do you know if William Trout is a son of Abraham, or is tied into this particular family?