Benjamin Hyams

ID # 2368, (1808-1876)
FatherCornelius Himes
MotherMary Moss (1785-)
BirthBenjamin Hyams was born on 24 July 1808 at Stepney. 
ChristeningHe was christened on 14 August 1808 at Christ Church, Spitalfields. 
MarriageHe married Ann Parkinson, daughter of William Parkinson and (--?--) Susannah, on 30 November 1833 at St. Leonards, Shoreditch, Middlesex County, England.
Church record of marriage by banns:
Marriages solemnized in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, in the County of Middlesex in the Year 1833
Benjamin Hyams of this parish, bachelor, and Ann Parkinson of this parish, spinster were married in this church by Banns this thirtieth day of November in the year One thousand eight hundred and thirty three by me, Walter Kelly, Curate.
This marriage was solemnized between us (apparently signature) Benjamin Hyams; Ann Parkinson X her mark.
In the presence of: William Parkinson X his mark; Elizabeth Law X her mark. And signed beneath that, apparently on behalf of the church, Geo Yarrow.

It's interesting that although Benjamin's name is spelled as Hyams on his marriage registration, he usually appears as Himes on census enumerations.
 
DeathHe died on 24 July 1876 at Poplar London at age 68. 
NoteVolume 3, Christ Church baptisms, Spitalfields, Tower Hamlets (1795-1812)
Page 137, 1808, Aug. 14
Benjamin Hyiams (sic) of Cornelius - broker - Montague St. - by Mary, born July 24, 1808.

Death Registration
District Poplar, 1876, sub-district Poplar, County of Middlesex.
Nbr. 72
Date and place of death: Twenty fourth July, 1876, 11 Northumberland Street. Benjamin Hyams. Age 67 years. Night watchman. Cause of death Bronchitis 3 months, emphysema. Certified by G.W. Sharp, followed by illeg. letters. Informant A. Branch, daughter, present at the death. Residence 30 William St. Poplar. Registered twenty fifth July, 1876.

It appears that Benjamin died on his birthday. 

Children of Benjamin Hyams and Ann Parkinson

Last Edited3 Nov 2017