6 Mar 2005 Husband: Robert CULLEN Born: 1813 in Langport, Somerset 1 Not living: Occupation: 1861 Carpenter 2 Event: 10 Mar 1861 at St Marylebone Parish Church - witness to his daughter's wedding 3 Resided: 1861 in 7 Upper York Place, Marylebone 2 Occupation: Builder of Langport Somerset Father: Hugh CULLEN Mother: Elizabeth CARY Wife: Ann ROBERTS Born: 1799 in Putney Surrey 4 Not living: Occupation: Headmistress National School 5 Resided: 1861 at 7 Upper York Place, Marylebone 2 Father: Unknown ROBERTS Mother: UNKNOWN F Child 1: Mary Ann CULLEN Born: 1840 in Langport Somerset 6,2 Resided: 1861 at 7 Upper York Place Marylebone - with parents 2 Occupation: 1861 Dressmaker 2 Occupation: Court Dressmaker and Milliner 7,8 Retirement: 1895 9 Resided: 1925 in Belswains Hemel Hempsted 9 Spouse: Edward William HARTE b. 1839 d. 28 Apr 1874 Married: 10 Mar 1861 in St Marylebone Parish Church 10,11 Spouse: Charles Tony MARCHAND d. 7 Jun 1876 Married: 17 Aug 1875 9 Spouse: Thomas ORMANDY b. 1839 d. 19 May 1924 Married: 13 Jul 1878 9 Census (family): 31 Mar 1901 at Belswains House Abbots Langley Herts 12 M Child 2: Peter Bates Thomas CULLEN Also known as Thomas Cullen ROBERTS 13 died at age: 82 Born: 1842 in nr Langport Somerset 14,2 Died: 1924 in USA Resided: 1861 at 7 Upper York Place Marylebone 2 Occupation: 1861 Solicitor's General Clerk 2 Resided: 1881 at 10 Loudoun Rd St John's Wood Emigrated: 1887/88 to USA Occupation: Certified Public Accountant 15 Spouse: Caroline Ellen HALL b. 1842 d. 1906 Sources: (1) Census 1861, CULLEN, Robert Head Married M 48 Carpenter Langport Somerset CULLEN, Ann Wife Married F 60 Carpenters Wife Putney Surrey CULLEN, Thomas Son Unmarried M 18 Solicitors General Clerk Langport Somerset HART, Edwd Willm Son Married M 22 ... Clerk St Marylebone Middlesex HART, Mary Ann Daughter Married F 21 Dressmaker Langport Somerset RG09 pce88 fol161 p2. (2) Census 1861, RG09 pce88 fol161 p2. (3) Certified Copy. (4) Census 1861, CULLEN, Ann - M aged 60 Carpenter's wife born Putney Surrey, RG09 pce88 fol161 p2. (5) Ind, Roberts shows 'Headmistress National School at Langport, [Somerset] and St. John's Wood'. (6) Census 1901, "Mary Ann Ormendy age 61 born Somerset Langport", RG13-1323-76-17 SN100. (7) High Court of Justice (1925), 'During the lifetime of my first husband I commenced to carry on business on my own account as a Court Dressmaker and Milliner'. (8) Thomas Cullen Roberts, Letters, 'I don't know very much about the Cullen-Roberts in England, except that the family was quite well off, lived in St John's Wood, the address escapes me at the moment, and that your Grandmother was Dressmaker to the Queen.' 'Some of the children went to St Marylebone and All Saints School, now extinct. I am sure Edith went there and one of the boys also.', 18 Jun 62. (9) High Court of Justice (1925). (10) Certified Copy, 10th March 1861 - Edward William Harte & Mary Ann Cullen - of full age - Bachelor & Spinster - EWH a book seller - both of St Marylebone - fathers: Patrick James Harte gentleman and Robert Cullen carpenter. Married in the Parish Church St Marylebone after Banns by James P Garrick Curate. Witnesses Robert Cullen & Jane Frances Harte [mother] (11) High Court of Justice (1925), 'I was married three times namely (1) on the 10th March 1861 to Edward William Harte who died on the 28th April 1874', Affidavit of 1925 states that Mary Ann Ormandy has EIGHT children by Edward William Harte - no other evidence for this has yet been found [Jun 2001] (12) Census 1901, "Thomas Ormendy age 62 living on own means born Lancashire Dallow in Farms; Mary Ann Ormendy age 61 born Somerset Langport; Thomas W Ormendy age 20 estate agent born London Mary Le Bone; Emily Russ visitor age 23 sex M - tailor - worker - born London St Marys. Two servants Maria Nicholson age 29 - housemaid domestic - born Cumberland Coldveak and Martha Margrove age 30 - cook domestic - born Herts Berkhamstead", Emily Russ- male must be Emil Russ, RG13-1323-76-17 SN100. (13) Thomas Cullen Roberts, Letters, 'He apparently added his mother's name "Roberts" after he came here, around 1910 I would say. I don't know why'. (14) Census 1881. (15) Thomas Cullen Roberts, Letters, 'Grandfather came to this country in 1887 or 1888. He had been a CPA in partnership with another man, whose name escapes me at the moment, with offices at 7, Vigo Street, London ......Grandfather was a CPA here, in practice for himself until he died in 1942 at the age of 82. He is regarded as one of the early pioneers who helped establish the accountancy profession in this country. He was president of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants at one time and Secretary of the old American Association of Certified Public Accountants for several years', 18 Jun 62.