The Callas Family

Ada Hilder Callas

Birth: 1868, in Thingoe district, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 27 February 1869, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: William Callas

Mother: Emily (Chunnell Callas

Death: 1870, in Thingoe district, Suffolk, England, aged 1

Buried: 8 January 1870, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England, aged 14 months

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Ada Emily (Callas) Balls

Birth: 1871, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 8 December 1872, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: William Callas

Mother: Emily (Chunnell) Callas

Married: James Edward Balls on 3 September 1889, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England. The marriage was witnessed by Richard Glove and Julia Mukins. James Edward is recorded as aged 21, a bachelor and soldier, of Bury St Edmunds St Johns, the son of Edward Balls, a carman. Ada Emily is recorded as aged 18, a spinster of Great Livermere, the daughter of William Callas, a labourer.

Children:
Census:
1871: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1881: 40 By Churchyard, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1891: 14(e) Mersea Road, Colchester St Botolph, Essex
1901: 2 Turkey Place, Cemetery Rd, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

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Amos Callas

Birth: 1838, in Thingoe district, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 25 March 1838, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: John Cooper Callas

Mother: Charlotte Sarah (Fulcher) Callas

Death: 1851, in Thingoe district, Suffolk, England

Census:
1841: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk

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Amy Bertha (Callas) Thompson

Birth: 1876, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: William Callas

Mother: Emily (Chunnell) Callas

Married: Vivian Thompson, in 1896, in Bury St Edmunds district, Suffolk, England

Occupation: Domestic Servant (1891); Laundress (1901)

Census:

1881: 40 By Churchyard, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1891: 91 Whiting Street, Bury St Edmunds St Mary, Suffolk
1901: 2 Turkey Place, Cemetery Rd, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

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Amy Emily (Callas) Bryant

Birth: 1902, in Strood district, Kent, England

Father: Charles Callas

Mother: Jemima (Simmons) Callas

Married: Charles W. Bryant in 1930 in Bury St Edmunds district, Suffolk, England

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Arthur Gooch Callas

Birth: 1842, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 16 October 1842, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: James Gooch Callas

Mother: Emily (Baker) Callas

Married: Elizabeth Hoy on 16 January 1864, in Newmarket St Mary, Suffolk, England. The marriage was witnessed by Willam ? Hoy and George Lucas. Arthur is recorded as a bachelor, of full age, a blacksmith of Newmarket St Mary, the son of James, a labourer. Elizabeth is recorded as a spinster, of full age, of Newmarket St Mary, the daughter of John, a labourer. Elizabeth was baptised on 18 February 1835, in Newmarket St Mary, Suffolk, the daughter of John Hoy and Martha.
1881: 3 Grafton Street, Newmarket St Mary, Suffolk
1891: Jarvis Yard, Exning Road, Newmarket St Mary, Suffolk. Elizabeth Callas, widow, aged 50, occupation laundress, born Newmarket, Suffolk
1901: Bucks Horn Lane, Eye, Suffolk. Elizabeth Callas, widow, aged 57, occupation Shop Keeper (general), born Newmarket Cambs.

Occupation: Whitesmith (1861); Blacksmith (1864, 1871)

Death: 1879 in Newmarket district, Cambridgeshire, England, aged 38

Buried: 29 November 1879, in Newmarket All Saints, Suffolk, England, aged 38

Census:
1851: Great Livermere, Suffolk
1861: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1871: Cottage No. 7, Snailwell, Cambridgeshire

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Charles Callas

Birth: 1839, in Thingoe district, Suffolk, England

Baptism:
18 August 1839, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: John Cooper Callas

Mother: Charlotte Sarah (Fulcher) Callas

Death: 1842, in Thingoe district, Suffolk, England

Buried: 20 February 1842, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England, aged 2

Census:
1841: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk

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Charles Callas

Birth: 1864, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 24 January 1864, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: William Callas

Mother: Emily (Chunnell) Callas

Married: Jemima Simmons in 1895, in Thingoe district, Suffolk, England. Jemima was born in 1864, in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, the daughter of Charles and Eliza Simmons. She was the (half)sister of Eliza Annie Campin who married Charles's brother, John, in 1888. Jemima was resident at 5 School Hall Lane in Bury St Edmunds in the 1871 census, and a cook for George Rayner, the Rector of Hazeleigh, Essex in 1881.

Children:
Occupation: Agricultural labourer

Census:
1871: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1881: 40 By Churchyard, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1891: 66 Old Farm, Little Livermere, Suffolk
1901: 7 May Cottages, Station Road, Cliffe At Hoo, Kent

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Charles Edgar Callas

Birth: 1891, in Ampton, Suffolk, England

Father: John Callas

Mother: Eliza Annie (Campin, Simmons) Callas

Married: Annie Henderson on 29 December 1913, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Annie died in 1935, and is buried in Wainwright, Alberta.

Notes: On 23 March 1912, Charles arrived in New York aboard the Celtic from Liverpool (manifest). He is travelling with May and Annie Fletcher to visit Jack Harginston (sp?) in Newton, Iowa, who is shown as a cousin of Charles's. Charles is listed as 20 years old, born in Compton, England. he is 5 '6" tall, with brown hair, grey eyes and a brown complexion. His occupation is a farm labourer (farmer crossed out and replaced with farm lab). Charles's last permanent residence was Manitoba, Canada, and his nearest relative in England is J. Callas of Ampton, Bury St Edmunds.

Death: 1970

Buried: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Census:
1901: Cottages round the Green, Ampton, Suffolk

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Daniel Callas

Birth: 1766, in Pakenham, Suffolk, England

Father: Daniel Callas

Married: Mary Hawkins on 8 January 1794, in Drinkstone, Suffolk, England

Children: Occupation: Labourer

Death: 1853, in Thingoe district, Suffolk, England

Burial: 2 February 1853, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England, aged 86

Census:
1841: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1851: Great Livermere, Suffolk

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Elizabeth Anne Callas

Birth: 29 April 1799, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 8 May 1799, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England. A private baptism; Elizabeth was received into the church 7 July 1798 (sic - probably should be 1799).

Father: Daniel Callas

Mother: Mary (Hawkins) Callas

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Elizabeth Ann (Callas) Shaw

Birth: 9 April 1832, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 23 April 1832, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England (private baptism)

Father: James Gooch Callas

Mother: Emily (Baker) Callas

Married: Francis Cabel Shaw on 5 February 1853, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England. The marriage was witnessed by James Cutting and Ann Thompson. Francis is recorded as a bachelor, of full age, a labourer of Ixworth Thorpe, the son of Francis Shaw, a labourer. Elizabeth Ann is recorded as a spinster, of full age, of Great Livermere, the daughter of James Gooch Callas, a labourer. Banns were read on 9 January, 16 January and 23 January 1853, in Great Livermere.

Children:
The Maybush
The former Maybush Inn, Bury Street, Stowmarket (left foreground)
Occupation: After the death of her husband in 1905, Elizabeth continued to operate his beer house, The Maybush. She is listed as the Beer House Keeper in 1907 and 1916.

Death: 25 April 1920, at The Maybush Inn, Bury Street, Stowmarket, Suffolk, England, of apoplexy, aged 88.

Buried: Ixworth Thorpe, Suffolk, England. The inscription on her tombstone reads:
To the Glory of God
and
in loving Memory of
Francis Cabal Shaw
For 21 Years clerk of this Parish
Who departed this life
March 31st 1905
Aged 79 Years
+
Rest in Peace.
Also of
Elizabeth Ann
Beloved Wife of the above
who departed this life
April 25th 1920
Aged 88 Years
R I P.


Census:
1841: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1851: Great Livermere, Suffolk
1861: Green, Thorpe by Ixworth, Suffolk
1871: Thorpe Green, Ixworth Thorpe, Suffolk
1881: Thorpe by Ixworth, Suffolk
1891: Bedingfield Arms, Lambseth Street, Eye, Suffolk
1901: The Maypole, Bury Street, Stowmarket, Suffolk

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Elizabeth (Callas) Cox

Birth: 1842/3, in Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism:
19 March 1843, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: John Cooper Callas

Mother: Charlotte Sarah (Fulcher) Callas

Married: Henry Cox in 1867 in Kensington district, Middlesex, England

Children:
Occupation: House Servant (1861)

Census:
1851: Great Livermere, Suffolk
1861: Oving House, Oving, Buckinghamshire
1871: 80 Mortimer Road, Hackney, Middlesex
1881: 39 Foulden Road, Hackney, Middlesex
1891: 39 Foulden Road, Hackney, London
1901: 39 Foulden Road, Hackney, London

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Emily Sabina (Callas) Spencer

Birth: 1849, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 16 September 1849, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: James Gooch Callas

Mother: Emily (Baker) Callas

Married: John Rowlands Spencer in 1870, in Stepney district, Middlesex, England

Children:
Census:
1851: Great Livermere, Suffolk
1861: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1871: 58 Grafton Street, Mile End Old Town, Middlesex
1881: 15 Leyton Road, Wanstead, Essex

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Emma Rebecca (Callas) King

Birth: 1835/6, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism:
10 January 1836, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: John Cooper Callas

Mother: Charlotte Sarah (Fulcher) Callas

Married: Henry King in 1873 in Shoreditch district, Middlesex, England. Henry, a perfume and fancy soap maker, and manufacturing chemist, was born in 1826/7, in Whitechapel, Middlesex. He was previously married to Sarah _____.

Occupation:
Servant (1851, 1861); Lady's maid (1871)

Census:
1841: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1851: Barrow Green, Barrow, Suffolk: Emma R. Callas, aged 15, general servant, born Great Livermere [at William Death, baker]
1861: Green (Bakers Shop), Barrow, Suffolk
1871: Esher Place, Esher, Surrey: Lady's maid, Single, age 35, born Livermere, Suffolk [at Money Wigram, brewer ] (RG 10/ 863  sheet 22 page 35)
1881: 3 Telesmaure Terrace, London, Middlesex (Ada B Cox and Annie S Trott (both age 4) are both visiting Henry and Emma. Ada is the daughter of Emma's sister Elizabeth who married Henry Cox, and Annie is the daughter of her sister Hannah Callas who married Samuel Trott.)
1891: "Livermere House", 48 Brook Road, Hackney, London
1901: 48 Brooke Road, Hackney, London: Emma King, Head, Widow, Age 65, Born: Great Livermere, Suffolk (RG13/215/?)

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George Daniel Callas

Birth: 5 September 1828, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 5 October 1828, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: John Cooper Callas

Mother: Charlotte Sarah (Fulcher) Callas

Married: Harriet Catton in 1853 in Thingoe district, Suffolk, England. Harriet was born in 1831/2, in Troston, Suffolk, and was baptised on 27 July 1834, in Troston, the daughter of James Catton and Mary Anne. Her occupation is listed as boot binder in the 1861 census.

Occupation:
Shoemaker (1851), Bootmaker (1861)

Census:

1851: Great Livermere, Suffolk
1861: 4 Martha Street, St Leonard Shoreditch, Middlesex

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Hagar Julia (Callas) Osborne

Birth: 1854, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 13 August 1854, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: James Gooch Callas

Mother: Emily (Baker) Callas

Married: Isaac Osborne on 29 June 1872, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England. The marriage was witnessed by Elizabeth Shaw and Francis Shaw (Hagar's sister and brother-in-law). Isaac is recorded as a bachelor, of full age, a labourer of Little Livermere, the son of Thomas Osborne, a shepherd. Hagar is recorded as a spinster, aged 18, of Great Livermere, the daughter of James Callas, a labourer.

Children: Occupation: General Servant (1871), Assistant Laundress (1891)

Death: 1912, in Lexden district, Essex, England, aged 58

Census:
1861: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1871:  Broad Street, Eye, Suffolk: Hagar Callas, Age 17, General Servant (RG10/1737 fol 74 p35)
1881: 37 By Churchyard, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1891: Great Livermere, Suffolk
1901: Kings Head Inn, Lion Lane, Debenham, Suffolk

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Hannah (Callas) Trott

Birth: 1840, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism:
15 August 1840, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: John Cooper Callas

Mother: Charlotte Sarah (Fulcher) Callas

Married: Samuel Trott in 1869, in Shoreditch district, Middlesex, England

Children:
Occupation: House Maid (1861); Lodging House Keeper (1891)

Census:

1851: Great Livermere, Suffolk
1861: 44 Rutland Gate, Westminster St Margaret, Middlesex
1871: 4 Nether Cantley, Cantley, Yorkshire (West Riding)
1881: Cantley, Yorkshire (West Riding)
1891: 6 Cambridge Terrace, Paddington, London
1901: In Village, Hedgerley, Buckinghamshire

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Harriet (Callas) Day

also seen as Emily Harriet (Callas) Day (marriage record, 1861 census)

Birth:
1836, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism:
19 February 1837, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: James Gooch Callas

Mother: Emily (Baker) Callas

Married: William Day on 25 December 1856, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England. The marriage was witnessed by George Murton and Sophia Jessup. William is recorded as being of full age, a bachelor and labourer of Great Livermere, the son of James, a labourer. Harriet is recorded as Emily Harriet, aged 20, a spinster of Great Livermere, the daughter of James, a labourer.

The second witness, Sophia Jessup, was Harriet's older sister. Sophia's daughter, Laura, married Arnold James Day, likely somehow related to William Day.

Children:
Death: 1877, in Leeds district, Yorkshire (West Riding), England, aged 40

Census:
1841: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1851: Great Livermere, Suffolk
1861: Cropley Park, Lidgate, Suffolk
1871: Tot Hill, Haughley, Suffolk

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James Gooch Callas

Birth: 13 February 1806, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 25 May 1806, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: Daniel Callas

Mother: Mary (Hawkins) Callas

Married: Emily Baker on 2 March 1830, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England. The marriage was witnessed by John Baker and John Clutterham. James and Emily are both recorded as single, of Great Livermere.

Children: Occupation: Agricultural Labourer

Death: 14 December 1881, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England, of disease of the heart, kidney and bladder. James's age is erroneously recorded on the certificate as 65 years, rather than 75 years (but we have the right certificate - the informant is James's daughter, Hagar)

Buried: 20 December 1881, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Census:

1841: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1851: Great Livermere, Suffolk
1861: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1871: Little Livermere, Suffolk
1881: 32 Widows Home, Great Livermere, Suffolk

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James Sidnell Callas

Birth: 1846, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 23 August 1846, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: James Gooch Callas

Mother: Emily (Baker) Callas

Married: Maria Fairchild on 25 November 1866, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England. The marriage was witnessed by Francis Shaw and Elizabeth Shaw. James is recorded as a bachelor, of full age, a labourer of Great Livermere, the son of James, a labourer. Maria is listed as a spinster, of full age, of Downham Market, Norfolk, the daughter of Richard Fairchild, a gardener. Maria was born in 1841, in Downham Market, Norfolk,  and died in 1918 in Hunslet district, West Riding of Yorkshire, aged 76.

Occupation: Agricultural labourer (1861, 1866, 1871); Maltster's labourer (1881, 1891); General labourer (1901)

Death: 1918, in Hunslet district, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, aged 72

Census:
1851: Great Livermere, Suffolk
1861: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1871: Little Livermere, Suffolk
1881: 8 Back Essex St, Hunslet, West Riding of Yorkshire
1891: 8 Essex Road, Hunslet, West Riding of Yorkshire
1901: 8 Essex Road, Hunslet, West Riding of Yorkshire

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Jane Kezia Callas

Birth: 1839, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism:
22 December 1839, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: James Gooch Callas

Mother: Emily (Baker) Callas

Death: 1857, in Thingoe district, Suffolk, England

Buried: 19 March 1857, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England, aged 19

Census:
1841: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1851: Great Livermere, Suffolk

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John Cooper Callas

Birth: 10 September 1802

Baptism: 10 October 1802, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: Daniel Callas

Mother: Mary (Hawkins) Callas

Married: Charlotte Sarah Fulcher on 9 October 1827, in Little Livermere, Suffolk, England. The marriage was witnessed by William Whitnorth and John Clutterham. John is recorded as being as of Great Livermere, and Charlotte of Little Livermere.

Children: Occupation: Labourer

Death: 1843, in Thingoe district, Suffolk, England

Burial: 16 August 1843, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England, aged 40

Census:
1841: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk

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John Baker Callas

Birth: 26 April 1830, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 23 May 1830, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: John Cooper Callas

Mother: Charlotte Sarah (Fulcher) Callas

Occupation: General Dealer

Death: 1863, in Shoreditch district, Middlesex, England

Census:

1841: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1861: Cottage Colgates Farm, Shoreham, Kent

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John Callas

John and Annie Eliza Callas
John Callas and Eliza Annie (Campin) Callas
photo from Martin Enoksen
Birth: 1861, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptised: 23 February 1862, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: William Callas

Mother: Emily (Chunnell) Callas

Married: Eliza Annie Campin on 29 September 1888, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England. The marriage was witnessed by Charles Simmons and Ada Callas. John is recorded as aged 27, a bachelor and labourer of Livermere, the son of William, a labourer. Annie Simmons Campin is recorded as aged 26, a spinster of Ampton, the daughter of Charles Simmons, a labourer.

Eliza Annie seemed to go by Annie Eliza in later life. She was born in 3Q 1862 in Bury St Edmunds, the daughter of Eliza Annie Campin. Her name is listed in the Birth Index as Eliza Amy Campin. Her mother married Charles Simmons in 1Q 1863, in Bury St Edmunds district, and the 1871 census records Eliza's name as Eliza A. Campin, the daughter of Charles and Eliza Simmons (residing at 5 School Hall Lane in Bury St Edmunds), while the 1881 census records her as Eliza A. Simmonds, the daughter of Charles and Eliza A. Simmonds. Her marriage record in 1881 lists her as Annie Simmons Campin, and the 1891 and 1901 censuses list her as Annie E. Callas and Annie Eliza Callas. Her mother, Eliza, died in 1882, and her (step)father remarried Harriet Payne in 1887. I wonder if the death of her mother and remarriage of her father somehow prompted this Eliza to subsequently go by Annie Eliza rather than Eliza Annie? Eliza/Annie is listed in the 1881 and 1891 censuses as deaf (but not in the 1901?). The 1901 census lists her occupation as a "wool laundress". Annie died in 1940 and is buried in Wainwright, Alberta.

Eliza's (step)sister, Jemima Simmons, the daughter of Charles Simmons and Eliza Campin, married John's brother, Charles, in 1895.

Children: Occupation: Agricultural labourer (1881); Garden labourer (1891); Under Gardener (1901)

Notes: John and Annie emigrated to Canada in about 1920, to live with their son, Charles.

Death: 1944

Buried: Wainwright, Alberta, Canada

Census:
1871: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1881: 40 By Churchyard, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1891: Ampton, Suffolk
1901: Cottages round the Green, Ampton, Suffolk
1911: Ampton, Suffolk: John Callas is aged 49, born in Gt Livermere

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Jonas Elijah Shawe (Callas) Shaw

Birth: 1851, in Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 19 October 1851, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Mother: Elizabeth Ann Callas

Father: Francis Cabel Shaw

Occupation: Stock Taker

Notes: Although Jonas was born two years before the marriage of  his mother and Francis Shaw, the inclusion of the name Shaw amongst his given middle names, his use of the Shaw surname after his parents marriage, and the 1861 and 1871 census listings showing him as the son (rather then the stepson) of Francis Shaw all combine to be fairly conclusive that Francis Shaw was Jonas's father.

Death: 1910, in Hunslet district, Yorkshire (West Riding), England, aged 60

Census:
1861: Green, Thorpe by Ixworth, Suffolk
1871: Thorpe Green, Ixworth Thorpe, Suffolk
1891: 8 Steel Street, Hunslet, Yorkshire (West Riding)
1901: 23 Saynor Lane, Hunslet, Yorkshire (West Riding)

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Julia Sarah Callas

Birth: 1851, in Thingoe district, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 19 October 1851, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: James Gooch Callas

Mother: Emily (Baker) Callas

Death: 1852, in Thingoe district, Suffolk, England

Burial: 11 March 1852, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England , aged 6 months

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Maria Elizabeth (Callas) Eagle

Birth: 1833/4, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism:
8 July 1834, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: John Cooper Callas

Mother: Charlotte Sarah (Fulcher) Callas

Married: Charles Eagle on 25 October 1857 in St James, Paddington, Middlesex, England

Children:
Death: 1925, in Eton district, Buckinghamshire, England, aged 90
Census:
1841: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1851: Denham, Suffolk: Age 16, born Livermere: House servant to Joseph Edwin Hales married farmer
1861: 9 Grand Junction Mews, Paddington, Middlesex
1871: Village, Hedgerley, Buckinghamshire
1881: Coachmans Cottage, Hedgerley, Buckinghamshire
1891: In Village, Hedgerley, Buckinghamshire
1901: In Village, Hedgerley, Buckinghamshire

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Maria Elizabeth (Callas) Foreman

Birth: 1856, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 22 June 1856, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: William Callas

Mother: Emily (Chunnell) Callas

Married: Charles Foreman on 3 April 1874 in Pakenham, Suffolk, England

Children:
Buried: 10 August 1932, in Pakenham, Suffolk, England

Census:

1861: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1871: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1881: Fen Road, Pakenham, Suffolk
1891: Grimston Road, Pakenham, Suffolk
1901: Grimstone Road, Pakenham, Suffolk

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Mary (Callas) Cullum

Birth: 12 November 1794, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 24 November 1794, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England. This was a private baptism and Mary was received into the church on 28 March 1795.

Father: Daniel Callas

Mother: Mary (Hawkins) Callas

Married: John Cullum on 1 December 1812, in Wetherden, Suffolk, England. The marriage was witnessed by George Cullum, Sophia Cullum and Robert Haward. Mary is recorded as a spinster, of Wetherden, and John as a bachelor of Rougham, Suffolk. 

Children:
Death: 1855, in Thingoe district, Suffolk, England

Buried: 26 August 1855 in Rougham, Suffolk, England

Census:
1841: Rougham, Suffolk
1851: Kings Hall Street, Rougham, Suffolk

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Percy John Callas

Birth: 23 March 1901, in Cliffe at Hoo, Kent, England

Father: Charles Callas

Mother: Jemima (Simmons) Callas

Death: June 1985, in Bury St Edmunds district, Suffolk, England, aged 84

Census:

1901: 7 May Cottages, Station Road, Cliffe At Hoo, Kent (Newly Born Infant)

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Sophia Callas

Birth: 29 December 1796, in Drinkstone, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 22 January 1797, in Drinkstone, Suffolk, England

Father: Daniel Callas

Mother: Mary (Hawkins) Callas

Death: of consumption

Burial: 4 April 1815, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England, aged 18

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Sophia Susannah (Callas) Jessup

Birth: 1833/4, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism:
8 June 1834, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Father: James Gooch Callas

Mother: Emily (Baker) Callas

Married: Thomas Jessup in 1856, in Hartismere district, Suffolk, England

Children:
Occupation: Seamstress (1861)

Death: 1916, in Ipwich district, Suffolk, England, aged 81

Census:
1841: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1851: Great Livermere, Suffolk
1861: Back Lane, Eye, Suffolk
1871: Back Lane, Eye, Suffolk
1881: Church Street, Eye, Suffolk
1891: Eight Bells Inn, Church Street, Eye, Suffolk
1901: Church Street, Eye, Suffolk

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William Baker Callas

Birth: 27 July 1830

Baptism: 28 July 1830, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England (private baptism)

Father: James Gooch Callas

Mother: Emily (Baker) Callas

Death: 31 July 1830

Burial: 3 August 1830, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England, aged 4 days

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William Callas

Birth: 1832, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Baptism: 19 August 1832, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England

Gravestone of William Callas and Emily Chunnell
Gravestone of William Callas and Emily (Chunnell) Callas in Great Livermere, Suffolk
photo courtesy of Pauline Biggs
In
Loving Memory of

WILLIAM CALLAS
WHO DIED MAY 17TH 1899.
AGED 66 YEARS.
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Also of
EMILY, HIS WIFE
WHO DIED APRIL 6TH 1909.
AGED 74 YEARS.
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JUST AS I AM. WITHOUT ONE PLEA
BUT THAT THY BLOOD WAS SHED FOR ME.
AND THAT THOU BIDDST ME COME TO THEE,
O LAMB OF GOD. I COME.

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Father: John Cooper Callas

Mother: Charlotte Sarah (Fulcher) Callas

Married: Emily Chunnell on 1 March 1855, in Little Livermere, Suffolk, England. The marriage was witnessed by George Chunnell and Emma Callas. William is recorded as a bachelor, of full age, a labourer of Great Livermere, the son of John, a labourer. Emily is recorded as a spinster, of full age, of Little Livermere, the daughter of Charles, a labourer.

Children: Occupation: Agricultural labourer (1851 - 1881); General labourer (1891)

Death: 17 May 1899, in Bury St. Edmunds district, Suffolk, England, aged 66

Buried: 21 May 1899, in Great Livermere, Suffolk, England, aged 66

Census:
1841: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1851: Great Livermere, Suffolk
1861: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1871: Street, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1881: 40 By Churchyard, Great Livermere, Suffolk
1891: 17 Church Row, Bury St Edmunds St James, Suffolk

Sources:

Winifred Annie (Callas) Nutting

Birth: 1896, in Cliffe at Hoo, Kent, England

Father: Charles Callas

Mother: Jemima (Simmons) Callas

Married: Frederick Nutting in 1930 in Bury St Edmunds district, Suffolk, England

Census:
1901: 7 May Cottages, Station Road, Cliffe At Hoo, Kent

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