See also

Clifford HURLOCK ( - )

1. Clifford Walter HURLOCK, son of Frederick Alban Rayner HURLOCK (1876-1913) and Emily UNK ( - ), married Hilda Mary HAMBLING.


Hilda Mary HAMBLING and Clifford Walter HURLOCK had the following children:


Alban James HURLOCK (1928-1942). Alban was born in 1928. He died in 1942.

Denis Vernon HURLOCK (1930- ). Denis was born in 1930.

Clifford Leslie HURLOCK (1933- ). Clifford was born in 1933.

Aileen Mary HURLOCK (1939- ). Aileen was born in 1939.

Wendy HURLOCK (1941- ). Wendy was born in 1941.

Peter James HURLOCK (1944- ). Peter was born in 1944.

Madeline Grace HURLOCK (1947- ). Madeline was born in 1947.

Second Generation

2. Frederick Alban Rayner HURLOCK, son of William HURLOCK and Susan MAPLES, was born in 1876. He married Emily UNK in 1900 in St. Albans. He died in 1913.


... lived at Clock House, Horley.


1901 Census, lived at 76 Walworth Road, Southwark. Employed as clothier: "working at home". EC TGH.


3. Emily UNK has few details recorded about her. She and Frederick Alban Rayner HURLOCK had the following children:


Frederick Fleetwood HURLOCK (1900-1962). Frederick was born in 1900. He died in 1962.

Grace Emily HURLOCK (1902- ). Grace was born in 1902.

Harold Vernon HURLOCK (1904-1968). Harold was born in 1904. He died in 1968.


Clifford Walter HURLOCK ( - )

Third Generation

4. William HURLOCK, son of George William HURLOCK and Charlotte HODSELL, was born circa 1840. He was baptised on 11 January 1840 in Deptford, St. Paul. He married Susan MAPLES on 25 March 1864 in St. Alphege, Greenwich. He died in 1925.


".....[had a] thriving business at Walworth Road, Elephant and Castle, comprising many shops on both sides of the road being drapers, gents' outfitters, furniture, boots and shoes, etc. and well known as Hurlocks, Elephant and Castle." - Edgar White.


He became Mayor of St. Albans. During the Boer War, being a staunch liberal, he spoke against the War and the local mobs broke all the windows in Ver House, his house in St. Albans.


By repute, employed most of his family in the business "Hurlocks" which he built up on Walworth Road. Made enough money to "move out" and had a house built in St. Albans, where he became mayor. Apparently, he outlived most of his children, some of whom had various problems, including drink-related ones.


5. Susan MAPLES was born before 1843. She died circa 1908 in St. Albans. She and William HURLOCK had the following children:


William Edward HURLOCK (1862-1864). William was born in 1862. He died in 1864.

William Frederick HURLOCK (1865-1905). William was born in 1865. He died in 1905.

George Herbert HURLOCK (1867-1902). George was born in 1867. He died in 1902.

Charlotte Catherine "Tottie" HURLOCK (1868- ). Charlotte was born in 1868.

Walter Hodsell HURLOCK (1871-1902) (known as 'Lily'). Lily was born in 1871. He died on 6 February 1902.


Frederick Alban Rayner HURLOCK (1876-1913)