William WARMAN (c.1799–1850)
His wife Mrs Mary WARMAN (c.1796–1874)
St Paul section: Row 13, Grave A9 (St Paul ref. G10)
TRANSLATED FROM THE CHURCH VISIBLE
MARCH 21, 1850,
THE BELOVED WIFE OF THE ABOVE
[FEBRU]ARY 6, 1874
HASTEN, LORD, THY KINGDOM
William Warman was born outside Oxfordshire in c.1796, and his wife Mary was born in Sevenhampton, Wiltshire in c.1799. They were married and had moved to Oxford by 1826, when their daughter Eliza was born in St Ebbe’s parish (no baptism found).
At the time of the 1841 census William Warman was a carpenter, living at Observatory Street in St Paul’s parish with his wife Mary and their daughter Eliza (14), plus two lodgers.
William Warman died on Good Friday in 1850:
† William Warman died at Observatory Street at the age of 61 on 21 March 1850 and was buried at St Sepulchre’s Cemetery on 29 March (burial recorded in the parish register of St Paul’s Church).
At the time of the 1851 census Mary Warman, a widow of 48, was doing domestic work and was living in Observatory Street with her daughter Eliza (24), who was a dressmaker.
In 1861 the address of Mary Warman (58) was given more precisely as 40 Observatory Street. She was now working as needlewoman. No members of her family was with her, but she had a lodger. Her daughter Eliza (34) was now a housemaid living in the home of Mrs Caroline White at 20 St Giles’s Street.
Mary Warman was still at 40 Observatory Street in 1871, working as a dressmaker, and had two lodgers. She died there in 1874:
† Mrs Mary Warman died at 40 Observatory Street at the age of 74 on 6 February 1874 and was buried at St Sepulchre’s Cemetery on 11 February (burial recorded in the parish register of St Paul’s Church).
Her death notice in Jackson’s Oxford Journal read simply: “Feb. 6, at 40, Observatory-street, Mary, widow of the late Mr. William Warman, aged 74.”