The Tyzack Family

A comprehensive history of the Tyzacks' origins in France and their subsequent glass and tool making exploits in England has been written in a book entitled "Glass, Tools and Tyzacks", written by Don Tyzack. Don has also set up a Tyzack surname website.

Albert Webber Tyzack

Birth: 27 March 1874

Baptism: 22 November 1874, at Mr. M. Barr's house, Verulam, Natal

Father: Richard James Webber Tyzack

Mother: Mary Allas (Barr) Tyzack

Death: 23 March 1936

Buried: Nicorel, Potgietersrust district, Transvaal, South Africa

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Alfred Tyzack

Father: Charles Thomas Tyzack

Mother: Frances (Lofflyn) Tyzack

Death:
1916

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Alice Tyzack

Birth: 1839, in Liverpool district, Lancashire, England

Baptism: 1839, in St Luke, Liverpool, Lancashire, England

Father: William Leadbitter Tyzack

Mother: Margaret (Casson) Tyzack

Death: 1839, in Liverpool district, Lancashire, England

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Ann Camp Tyzack

Birth: 6 January 1795

Baptism:
Ann was received into the church at Lynn St Nicholas on 28 November 1811.

Father: William Tyzack

Mother: Mary

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Ann Elizabeth Tyzack

Birth: 9 April 1803, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 12 April 1803, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England.
Ann was received into the church on 12 October 1803.

Father: Charles Tyzack

Mother: Francis (Webber) Tyzack

Children:

Occupation: Dress Maker

Death: 1888, in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England, aged 85

Buried: 27 January 1888 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, aged 85. Ann's grave is in row 1, grave 4.

Census:
1841: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: Tinkers Corner, Wells, Norfolk
1861: Tinkers Corner, Wells, Norfolk
1871: Theatre Road, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1881: Tinkers Corner, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

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Ann Tyzack

Birth: 5 December 1806

Baptism: 4 January 1807, in St. Mary, Marylebone, London

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Elizabeth Tyzack

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Anna Maria Tyzack

Birth: 1821/2

Baptism: 18 September 1822, in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Anna Maria is the daughter of James and Maria Tyzack. James is a hairdresser, of Wells.

Father: James Tyzack

Mother: Maria (Baker) Tyzack

Burial: 30 October 1831, in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, aged 9
Ann Maria is the daughter of James and Maria Tyzack. She is aged 9.

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Annabella Elizabeth (Tyzack) Hughes

Birth: 1838, in Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Baptism: 28 January 1838, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: William Leadbitter Tyzack

Mother: Margaret (Casson) Tyzack

Married: George Griffiths Hughes on 8 June 1861, in St Mary the Virgin, West Derby, Lancashire, England

Children:
Death: 1869, in West Derby district, Lancashire, England, aged 31

Census:

1851: Annabella Tyzack is aged 13, born in Newcastle, Northumberland

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Anne (Tyzack) Bottomley

Birth: 1759/60, in Norfolk, England

Baptism: 23 March 1760, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Ann (Kemp) Tyzack

Married: Edward Bottomley on 25 December 1783 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Edward Bottomley is recorded as a single man, of Wells. He is a mason. Ann Tyzack is recorded as a single woman, of Wells. The marriage was performed by J. Robinson, rector, and witnessed by M. Bottomley and Charles Bottomley. Banns were published on December 7th, 14th and 21st 1783 by J. Robinson, rector.

Children:

Occupation: Shopkeeper
History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk p362 (William White, 1836)
EAST DEREHAM
Shopkeepers, &c.
Bottomley Ann, Hln.

[Hln = Hall Lane]

Death: 1849, in Mitford district, Norfolk, England

Burial: 27 August 1849, in St Nicholas, East Dereham, Norfolk, England
Ann Bottomley is recorded as aged 89, the widow of Edward, resident in Dereham

Census:
1841: Hall Lane, East Dereham, Norfolk: Ann Bottomley is aged 75 (rounded down to nearest 5 years), born in Norfolk. She is a shopkeeper.

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Anne (Tyzack) Henzell

Baptism: 3 May 1762, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Anne (Taylor) Tyzack

Married: William Henzell on 5 March 1788, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

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Anne Maria Taylor Tyzack

Birth: 1858

Father: Richard Webber Tyzack

Mother: Louisa (Hawkins) Tyzack

Death: 24 August 1860, in Durban, Natal, aged 2
Cape and Natal News 1 November 1860
DEATHS
Aug. 24, at Durban, Anne Maria, youngest daughter of Mr. R.W. TYZACK, aged 2 years


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Annie Maria Louisa (Tyzack, Henwood) Andreoli

Birth: 1873/4, in Calhoun City, Calhoun county, Mississippi, United States

Father: Charles Thomas Tyzack

Mother: Frances (Lofflyn) Tyzack

Married (1st): William Darcy Henwood on 13 September 1890, privately in Durban, Natal
William Darcy Henwood is recorded as a bachelor, aged 35. He is a transport rider, resident in Durban. Annie Maria Louisa Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 18, resident in Durban. Consent to the marriage was provided by the bride's parents and magistrate's order. The marriage was performed by W. H. Mann, Congregational minister, and witnessed by C. T. Tyzack and Natalie Tyzack.

Notes: In 1908 Annie was involved in a lawsuit against William's estate, the trustee for his minor children, and William's brothers and sisters.

Children:
Married (2nd): Gabriel Andreoli on 10 August 1908 in Nazareth House Chapel, Berea, Durban, Natal
Gabriel Andreoli is recorded as a bachelor, aged 39. He is a metallurgist, resident in Nigel, Transvaal. Annie Henwood is recorded as a spinster (sic), aged 35, resident in Durban. The marriage was performed by H. A. O'Donnell and witnessed by Natalie Rowe and John Jones Rowe.

Gabriel was born in August/September 1869 in Paris, France, the son of Emile and Marie Andreoli. He was a chemist. Gabriel and his father were awarded a patent in 1895 for the Electrolytc Production of Amalgams. The patent relates to the formation of an amalgam from a concentrated chloride of sodium solution and the coating of copper or other metal plates with mercury electrolytically so as to render them available for the recovery of gold or silver by amalgamation or in the mortar mill where the auriferous ores are crushed. Gabriel sailed for South Africa in the Tantallon Castle on 3 April 1897. He had been engaged by Mr. Charles Butiers on behalf of the Rand Central Ore Reduction Company.
In the manifest of the Andania 11 April 1923 he is described as being 5' 10" tall, with fair complexion, grey hair and blue eyes, and wears spectacles. He is a French citizen, speaks French and English and is of French origin.
Census & Addresses:
1881: Sutherland Terrace, 255 Coldharbour Lane, Lambeth, Surrey
1891: Lambeth, London: Gabriel Andreoli, son, is aged 21, born in France
1908: Nigel, Transvaal   (marriage certificate)
1923: Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa   (manifest of the Andania 11 April 1923)
1930: Irvington, Essex county, New Jersey: Gabriel Andreoli, head, is aged 60, born in France. His father and mother were born in France. Gabriel immigrated to the United States in 1929.

Notes: In the manifest of the Andania 11 April 1923 Annie is described as being 5' 7" tall, with fair complexion, dark hair and blue eyes, with a score on her right cheek. She is a French citizen, but only speaks English and is of English origin.

Death:
1945

Census & Addresses:
1890: Durban, Natal   (marriage certificate)
1908: Durban, Natal   (marriage certificate)
1923: Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa   (manifest of the Andania 11 April 1923)
1924: 202 Union Rd, Roselle Park, New Jersey   (manifest of the Tuscania 26 May 1924)
1930: Irvington, Essex county, New Jersey: Anne M. Andreoli, wife, is aged 55, born in Mississippi. Her father was born in England, and her mother in Mississippi.

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Arthur Taylor Tyzack

Birth: 1859, in Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Father: Robert Leyburn Tyzack

Mother: Mary Ann (Gill) Tyzack

Census:
1881: 11 Claremont Place, Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire

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Arthur Joseph Tyzack

Birth: 9 June 1878

Baptism: 27 June 1881, in Verulam, Natal

Father: Richard James Webber Tyzack

Mother: Mary Allas (Barr) Tyzack

Death: 16 June 1958

Buried: Nicorel, Potgietersrust district, Transvaal, South Africa

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Augustus Guy Tyzack

Birth: 5 November 1836, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 13 November 1836, in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Augustus Guy is recorded as the son of Charles Webber and Mary Ann Tyzack. Charles is a shoemaker, of Wells.

Father: Charles Webber Tyzack

Mother: Mary Ann (Newson) Tyzack

Married (1st): Alice Sophia (Juler) Smith on 13 November 1860 in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Augustus Guy Tyzack is recorded as a bachelor, of Wells, aged 24, the son of Charles Webber Tyzack, postman. Augustus is a carpenter. Alice Sophia Smith is recorded as a spinster, of Wells, aged 20, the daughter of Miles Juler, toll-keeper. Alice is a dressmaker. The wedding was performed by Arthur Gilbert M.A., vicar of Binham, and witnessed by Benjamin Emmerson and Sarah Emmerson.

Alice was born on 26 August 1840 in Wells-next-the-Sea, and baptised on 30 September 1840 in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, the daughter of Miles and Sarah Juler. In her marriage record, Alice is both listed as, and signs her name as, "Alice Sophia Smith", but is shown as the daughter of Miles Juler. The simplest explanation of this is that she had previously married a Mr. Smith, although I cannot find any record of that, and she is listed as a spinster on the marriage record. She was a dressmaker. Alice died in 1861 and was buried on 15 December 1861 in Wells-next the-Sea, aged 21. Her grave is located in S W row 6 grave 5.
Census:
1841: Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk: Alice Juler is aged 0, born in Norfolk
1861: Cottage, Black Horse Yard, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

Children: Married (2nd): Mary Dawkins on 24 December 1866 in St Nicholas, Brighton, Sussex, England
Augustus Guy Tyzack is recorded as widowed, aged 30, the son of Charles Weber Tyzack. Mary Dawkins is recorded as single, aged 24, the daughter of William Dawkins.

Mary was born in 1842/3, in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales, the daughter of William Dawkins. She died in 1886 in Brighton district, Sussex, aged 42.
Census:
1871: 4 Gardner Street, Brighton, Sussex
1881: 86 Elm Grove, Brighton, Sussex

Children: Occupation: Carpenter and cabinet maker

Augustus's brother, James, inherited the Wheatsheaf public house in Wells in the 1850's, but became embroiled in a legal dispute in 1859, and by 1861 Augustus is listed as the licensee of the Wheatsheaf. Augustus sold the pub by auction in November 1861.

Death: 1926, in Brighton district, East Sussex, England

Census:
1841: Tinkers Corner, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1861: Cottage, Black Horse Yard, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1871: 4 Gardner Street, Brighton, Sussex
1881: 86 Elm Grove, Brighton, Sussex
1891: 12 Trafalgar Terrace, Brighton, East Sussex
1901: 12 Trafalgar Terrace, Brighton, East Sussex: Augustus G. Tyzack, head, widower, is aged 64, born in Wells, Norfolk. He is a carpenter.
1911: Brighton, Sussex: Augustus Tyzack is aged 74, born in Wells, Norfolk

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Catherine Tyzack

Baptism: 18 November 1832, in St John, Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Father: William Taylor Tyzack

Mother: Margaret (Laybourne) Tyzack

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Charles Tyzack

Baptism: 3 September 1769, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Ann (Kemp) Tyzack

Married (2nd): Frances Webber on 17 October 1797 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Charles Tyzack is recorded as a widower, of Wells-next-the-Sea. Frances Webber is recorded as a singlewoman, of Wells-next-the-Sea. The marriage was performed by Samuel Horsfall, curate, and witnessed by John Kendall and Mary Haley.

Children: Occupation: Hairdresser; carrier

Death: 8 April 1843 in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England, aged 73

The gravestone of Charles Tyzack
The gravestone of Charles Tyzack in St Nicholas churchyard, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
photograph by Peter Whitfield at gravestonephotos.com
Burial: 16 April 1843 in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
The gravestone reads:
Sacred to the Memory of
CHARLES TYZACK
who departed ? life
April ??
aged

Census:
1841: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

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Charles Tyzack

Birth: 16 August 1797

Baptism: 21 December 1820, in Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk, England
Charles is recorded as born on 16 August 1797, the son of William and Mary Tyzack. His father is a gunsmith, of Jews' Lane, Lynn.

Father: William Tyzack

Mother: Mary

Occupation: Postilion
A postilion was the driver of a horse-drawn coach or post chaise, mounted on one of the drawing horses.

Burial: 28 May 1828, in Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk, England, aged 31
Charles Tyzack, postilion, recorded as aged 31, resident in Jews' Lane, Lynn.

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Charles Webber Tyzack

Birth: 29 June 1800, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 1 July 1800, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Charles Tyzack

Mother: Francis (Webber) Tyzack

Married: Mary Ann Newson on 23 June 1825, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Charles Webber Tyzack is recorded as a single man, of Wells. Mary Ann Newson is recorded as a single woman, of Wells. The marriage was performed by Valentine Hill, rector, and witnessed by William Newson, Ann Elizabeth Tyzack, Elizabeth Johnson and Zachariah Tyzack.

Mary Ann was born in 21 July 1801, in Wells, Norfolk, and baptised in Wells on 27 July 1801 the daughter of William Newson and Elizabeth Brunnon. She was received into the church on 9 July 1905. Mary Ann died in 1881 in Walsingham district, Norfolk and was buried in on 14 June 1881 in Wells, aged 79. Her grave is located  in row 6 SE, grave 26.
Census:
1841: Tinkers Corner, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: High St., Wells, Norfolk
1861: East End, Wells, Norfolk
1871: Burnt Street, Wells, Norfolk
1881: Burnt Street, Wells, Norfolk

Children: Occupation: Boot and Shoemaker; later a postman
Pigot & Co. Directory for Norfolk (1830)
Wells-next-the-Sea
Boot and Shoemakers.

Tyzack Charles W. Staith Street

Patten and Clog Makers
Tysack Charles W. Staith St.


History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk p617 (William White, 1836)
WELLS
Boot and Show Makers.
High Street Tyzack Chas.
Patten Makers.

High Street Tyzack Chas.


Pigot & Co. Directory for Norfolk (1839)
WELLS
Boot and Show Makers.
High Street Tyzack Chas.
Patten Makers.
High Street Tyzack Chas.


History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk p685 (William White, 1845)
WELLS
Boot & Shoemakers
High Street Tyzack Chas.

Patten Makers
High Street Tyzack Chas.


History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk p723 (William White, 1854)
WELLS
Boot and Shoemakers.
High Street Tyzack Chas.
Patten Makers
High Street Tyzack Chas.


The Post Office Directory of Norfolk & Suffolk 1865 p419
Wells-next-the-Sea.
Tyzack Charles Webber, shopkeeper, Quay


Death: 1882 in Blofield district, Norfolk, England, aged 82

Census:
1841: Tinkers Corner, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: High St., Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1861: East End, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1881: Burnt Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

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Charles William Tyzack

Charles
                William Tyzack
Charles William Tyzack (right)

Charles is the oldest of the three men (all named Charles William Tyzack) in the photograph.
Birth: 1827, in Norfolk, England

Baptism: 25 October 1827, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Charles William is baptised the son of Charles Webber Tyzack and Mary Ann Tyzack. Charles Webber Tyzack is recorded as a shoe maker, of Wells.

Father: Charles Webber Tyzack

Mother: Mary Ann (Newson) Tyzack

Married: Martha Ann Turner on 13 December 1866

Martha was born in 1826, in Norfolk, England. She died on 19 August 1912 in Baringhup East, Maldon, Victoria, Australia and was buried on 21 August 1912 in Maldon Cemetery, Victoria. Her death certificate notes that she spent two years in South Australia, 62 years in Victoria and the balance in Norfolk, England.

Children: Occupation: Miner, Ironmonger and Labourer
Wises Victorian Post Office Directory lists:
1884-1885 Tyzack Charles, miner, Talbot.
1888-1889 Tyzack Charles, miner, Talbot.
1891-1892 Tyzack Chas. W., ironmonger, Rapanyup.
1893-1894 Tyzack Charles W., ironmonger, Rapanyup.
According to the 1903 Electoral Roll, Charles' address was Mount Greenock Rd, Talbot and his occupation was labourer.

Buried: on 18 August 1910, in Ballarat New Cemetery, Victoria, Australia. His grave location is Weslyan C, section 15, grave 13 (there is no headstone). Charles William Tyzack was aged 8.

Notes: Charles is said to have arrived in Australia in 1852 and later returned to England, but returned to Australia again at a later date (as told by Joyce Pope to Bruce Tyzack)

Census:
1841: Tinkers Corner, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

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Charles Boyce Tyzack

Birth: 31 August 1828, in Norfolk, England

Baptism: 25 September 1828, in Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk, England
Charles Boyce is recorded as the son of Zachariah and Susann Tyzack, of Jews' Lane, Lynn. His father is a labourer.

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Susan (Boyce) Tyzack

Census:
1841: Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk: Charles Tyzack is aged 12, born in Norfolk

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Charles William Tyzack

Birth: 25 April 1838, in Norfolk, England

Baptism: 11 May 1838, in Norwich St. Peter Mancroft, Norfolk, England
Charles William is baptised the son of William Valentine and Susanna Tyzack. William is a hair dresser, of St Peter Mancroft.

Father: William Valentine Tyzack

Mother: Susanna (Parker) Tyzack

Death: 1850, in Norwich district, Norfolk, England

Census:
1841: Norwich St Michael At Plea, Norfolk: C. W. Tyzack is aged 3, born in Norfolk

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Charles Thomas Tyzack

Charles
                Thomas Tyzack
Charles Thomas Tyzack
Birth: 1847, in St George in the East district, Middlesex, England

Father: Richard Webber Tyzack

Mother: Louisa (Hawkins) Tyzack

Married: Frances Lofflyn

Frances was born in Mississippi, United States.

Children: Occupation: Carpenter and Building Contractor. Charles also served on the Durban Town Council. Charles' first job, when he was 14 years old, was with "The Natal Mercury", helping to bring out the paper on the hand press. But, he lost interest in printing and took up carpentering, working in England, Canada and the United States. In 1878 Mr. Tyzack returned to Durban and set up as a building contractor. He became a member of the Town Council and built many of West Street's early stores. After the Boer War he took his business to Johannesburg, where he lived until his death.

Notes:
Charles emigrated from England to Natal when he was 3 years old. He sailed with his parents and siblings on the Edward (passenger list), departing on 9 January 1850 and arriving on 2 May 1850. Charles' obituary tells the story of how he was carried pick-a-back from the Point to the "town" of those days by G.C. Cato. A few days later he took a wrong turning while following his brother and sister, got lost in the dense bush which was then central Durban, and had to be rescued by a soldier. The whole town was looking for him before he was found.

At the death of their son in 1917, Charles and Frances are recorded living in Bramley, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Death:
1940, in Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa, aged 93

Obituary:
Natal Mercury, 1940
Mr Charles T. Tyzack, former Durban Town Councillor and building contractor, who arrived in Durban as a toddler 90 years ago and got lost in the dense bush which was then Central Durban, died in Johannesburg on Saturday night. His funeral took place on Monday. Mr. Tyzack was the third surviving member of the original family which arrived in Durban in 1850. His brother, Mr. J. G. Tyzack, is still living in Durban and his sister, Mrs. Eliza Stranack, is in Maritzburg. He was carried pick-a-back from the Point to the "town" of those days by no less a person than G.C. Cato, one of Durban's outstanding men, and his parents pitched a tent which they had brought out with them, next to wooden huts which had been erected as a temporary shelter for immigrants where the Durban Central Gaol now stands.


A few days later he took a wrong turning while following his brother and sister, got lost in the bush and had to be rescued by a soldier. The whole town was looking for him before he was found.

Mr. Tyzacks first job, when he was 14 years old, was with "The Natal Mercury", helping to bring out the paper on the hand press which was used in those days. But, he lost interest in printing and took up carpentering, working in England, Canada and the United States.

In 1878 Mr. Tyzack returned to Durban and set up as a building contractor. He became a member of the Town Council and built many of West Street's early stores, mostly demolished long since. After the Boer War he took his business to Johannesburg, where he lived until his death. Mr. Tyzack was a strict vegetarian in his later years and after he reached the age of 50 eschewed doctors, except in case of injury through accident and medicine. He reached his 93rd birthday some months ago. He leaves two married daughters, both living in Johannesburg and a son, Mr. Edward Tyzack, of Durban.

Addresses:
1917: Bramley, Johannesburg, Transvaal   (Commonwealth War Graves Commission)
1923: P.O. Berg Vlei, Transvaal, South Africa   (manifest of the Andania 11 April 1923)

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Charles William Tyzack

Charles William Tyzack
Charles William Tyzack (middle)

Charles is the middle of the three men (all named Charles William Tyzack) in the photograph.
Charles may have had a second middle name, Webber

Birth: 24 April 1867, in Majorca, Victoria, Australia

Father:
Charles William Tyzack

Mother: Martha Ann (Turner) Tyzack

Married: Alice Jane Hedley in 1888, in Maryborough, Victoria, Australia

Children: Occupation: Draper / Auctioneer

Death: 13 March 1950, in the Shire of Werribee, Victoria

Buried: on 14 March 1950 in Werribee Cemetery, Melbourne, Australia.

Notes:
Charles was Captain of the Rapanyup Urban Fire Brigade in 1901.

According to the Electoral Roll and Sands & McDougall of 1903 Charles lived at 37 Howe Crescent, South Melbourne while Sands & McDougall also list under Charles name the business of TYZACK & SNOW at 107 Dundas Place, South Melbourne. According to the Electoral Roll Charles was an Auctioneer so it could probably be assumed that TYZACK & SNOW were Real Estate Agents!

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Charles Edward Tyzack

Birth: 1868, in Walsingham, Norfolk, England

Father: Edward Tyzack

Mother: Charlotte Ann (Beats) Tyzack

Married: Minnie Elizabeth Gearing Sharp in 1904 in West Ham district, Essex, England

Minnie was born on 14 December 1870, in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, and baptised on 8 March 1871 in St Nicholas, Great Yarmouth the daughter of William Henry Sharp, draper, and Susannah Gearing. She was a teacher. Minnie died in 1955 in Ilford district, Essex, aged 84.
Census:
1871: Market Row, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
1881: 104 Coburn Road, Bow, Middlesex
1891: West Ham, Essex: Minnie Sharp, daughter, is aged 20, born in Great Yarmouth
1901: West Ham, Essex: Minnie Sharp is aged 30, born in Gt Yarmouth, Norfolk. She is a Board School Teacher.
1911: West Ham, Essex: Minnie Elizabeth Tyzack is aged 40, born in Gt Yarmouth, Norfolk

Children:

Occupation: Railway Clerk

Death: 1960, in Romford district, Essex, England, aged 91

Census:
1871: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1881: High Street, Wells, Norfolk
1891: Loughton, Essex: Charles E. Tyzack, lodger, is aged 22, born in Wells, Norfolk
1901: Wendling, Norfolk: Charles E. Tyzack, visitor, is aged 32, born in Wells, Norfolk. He is a railway clerk.
1911: West Ham, Essex: Charles Edward Tyzack is aged 42, born in Wells, Norfolk

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Charlotte Ann Tyzack

Birth: 1863/4, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 6 March 1888 in the Congregational Church, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Edward Tyzack

Mother: Charlotte Ann (Beats) Tyzack

Occupation: Shop Assistant (Hairdresser)

Notes: She is possibly the Charlotte Tyzack who married George Spittal in Walsingham district in 1898 (England Marriage Index 3Q1898 Walsingham vol 4b p575), but I have not been able to confirm this, nor find either Charlotte or George in the 1901 or 1911 census.

Census:
1871: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1881: High Street, Wells, Norfolk

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Denise Wilmore (Tyzack) Smith

Birth: 13 December 1898

Father: William Henry Tyzack

Mother: Agnes Stennett (Roff) Tyzack

Married: Francis Barry Smith

Francis was born on 25 February 1891 in Durban, Natal, the son of Henry Smith and Agnes Lucy Smith. He died on 2 February 1977.
Census:
1911: Bromley, Kent: Francis Barey Smith is aged 20, born in Durban, Natal

Notes: Denise's grandson, Tim Ramsden, writes of Denise in his book Backpacking Beyond Boundaries: A South African's Travels pp4-6
   My grandmother Denise Tyzack lost her first love to the Germans in the war to end all wars, and with her soul shattered she wrote the following poems.

Lest we forget
If you could walk the sodden, death-filled trenches,
With the lurid star-shells' weird fantastic gleams,
The thunderous shells, the whistling of the shrapnel,
The awful pauses with the strangles screams -
If you could hear the ranks before the battle,
Passing the hour with merry jest and quip,
Laughing to calm the wildly-beating pulses,
Stilling the passionate prayer on every lip!

Could you but see those men an hour after,
When the flaming, maddened rush is past and o'er,
Still twisting tortured lips into a smile,
Though torn with all the agony of War!
Could you but see their patient, anguished eyes
Grow dim with yearning for the face loved best,
Passing alone, unaided down the Trail
That runs for ever to the boundless West.

Could you but see those little wooden crosses,
With slim white arms outstretched beneath the sky,
Guarding the simple resting-place of heroes
Of those we knew and loved - so young to die!
But, oh the pathos of those humble flowers,
All parched and withered on on unmarked grave,
Laid by some weary, war-worn soul in passing -
A man's last tribute to the deathless brave.

All that they had they gave so freely,
And never paused to reckon up the price,
Strong in the greater love that reckons nothing -
The symbol of the Glorious Sacrifice!
So when the shattered ranks come limping home,
Forget not, but with tender love and pride
Remember those who, smiling, charged for Britain,
Who fell unflinching and unconquered died!
   - Denise W. Tyzack

To the Men of To-day
Men of the mighty Empire! Sons of a glorious line!
List to the words of a nation's dead echoing down through time.
They fought for your land, they bled for your land, and they made her queen of all,
Now, which of you is it who dares stand back at the sound of the country's call.

We heave travelled north in the tracts of ice, and south in the gleaming snows,
And we've swept the seas from east to west with every wind that blows.
Some of us fell on foreign strands and we stiffened side by side;
And some of us pushed where no man had dared, and our bones in the jungle dried.
But at every place we left a mark in the strength of our racial pride.

We gave our all in the glow of youth on Afghan hill and plain,
And we hacked our way through Delhi's gates with Lawrence and Nicholson.
We stood to our posts on the 'Birkenhead'; we charged with the Light Brigade,
And e'en as we passed to the Never Land we were smiling and unafraid.
And every time we held our own by our birth and a dripping blade.

When Nelson called, we leapt to obey like a sweeping human tide,
For the honour of England lay in our hands and all that is England's pride.
We had followed where Drake and Raleigh led to lands of the bold and free,
But on every voyage we left our dead in the blue of some nameless sea.
And these lives were given ungrudgingly for you men of the yet to be.

All this we have done for your England! Land of eternal flame!
Purged with the tears of broken hearts, and the life-blood of the slain.
Men of this glorious Empire, borne on this sacred mould!
Follow on in the steps we have made and die like the Sons of Old.
   - Denise W. Tyzack


Denise was a member of the Black Sash, a womens' anti-apartheid protest movement.

Death: 14 July 1971, at Mariannhill hospital, Natal, South Africa

Sources:

Desmond Rowe Tyzack

Birth: 9 August 1904, in South Africa

Father: Joseph George Tyzack

Mother: Eunice Gertrude (Rowe) Tyzack

Married: Dorothy Ada Emily Brister on 26 July 1930 in St Paul's Church, Durban, Natal, South Africa
Desmond Rowe Tyzack is recorded as a bachelor, aged 25, born in S. Africa. He is a clerk, resident at 39 S. Ridge Rd., Durban. Dorothy Ada Emily Brister is recorded as a spinster, aged 25, born in S. Africa and resident at 1 Seaforth Ave., Durban. The marriage was performed by Stanley Astbury and witnessed by E. A. Brister and L. L. Paton.

Dorothy was born in 1904/5 in Durban, Natal, and died in 1962.

Occupation: Clerk

Death: 28 November 1964

Addresses:
1934: 11 Vause Road, Durban, Natal, South Africa   (baptism record of son)

Sources:

Doris Webber (Tyzack) Incledon

Birth: 14 April 1891, in South Africa

Father: William Henry Tyzack

Mother: Agnes Stennett (Roff) Tyzack

Married: Thomas Noel Incledon on 22 October 1912, in Emmanuel Cathedral, Durban, Natal South Africa
Thomas Noel Incledon is recorded as a bachelor, aged 27. He is a telegraphist, resident in Durban. Doris Webber Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 21, resident in Durban. The marriage was performed by J. P. A. O'Donnell and witnessed by William Henry Tyzack and and Maurice Henry Peile.
The Times
(London) 19 November 1912
On the 22nd Oct., at the Catholic Cathedral, Durban, Natal, Thomas Noel, youngest son of Lewis Incledon, Esq., of Burnt Ash Hill, Lee, S.E., to Doris Webber, eldest daughter of W. H. Tyzack, Esq., of Durban.

Thomas was born on 6 January 1885 at 2 West Grove Terrace, Greenwich. Kent, the son of Lewis Incledon and Cornelia Theresa Donovan,
The Times (London) 7 January 1885
On the 6th inst. (the Epiphany), at West-grove-terrace, Blackheath, the wife of Lewis Incledon, of a son
Thomas worked for the Eastern Telegraph Company. At his marriage in 1912 he is recorded as a telegraphist, and a passenger list in 1932 lists him as a Supervisor, ETC. In 1937 he is recorded as a retired telegraph company official. Thomas died on 5 October 1955 in Totnes district, Devon, aged 70, and is buried in Longcross cemetery, Dartmouth, Devon in section K grave 140.
Census & Addresses:
1891: Greenwich, London: Thomas N. Incledon, son, is aged 6, born in Greenwich, London
1929: Gibraltar   (Tatham Family History citing Passenger Lists, Rajputana, 03 Feb 1929)
1932: Zanzibar  (Tatham Family History citing Passenger Lists, Gloucester Castle, 18 Jun 1932)
1942: 15 Hadlow Rd, Tonbridge, Kent   (Tatham Family History citing The Times 1 October 1942)

Death: 1 September 1976, in Surrey North Western district, Surrey, England

Address:
1921: Seychelles   (Tatham Family History citing Passenger Lists, Kenilworth Castle, 16 May 1921)
1929: Gibraltar   (Tatham Family History citing Passenger Lists, Rajputana, 03 Feb 1929)
1932: Zanzibar  (Tatham Family History citing Passenger Lists, Gloucester Castle, 18 Jun 1932)
1942: 15 Hadlow Rd, Tonbridge, Kent   (Tatham Family History citing The Times 1 October 1942)
1976: Mingary, Bagshot Road, Worplesdon Hill, Woking, Surrey   (London Gazette 7 October 1976 p13626)

Sources:

Dorothy Gertrude (Tyzack) Wood

Birth: 22 November 1891, at Smith Street, Durban, Natal
South Africa - a weekly journal 26 December 1891:
BIRTHS
TYZACK-On November 22, at Smith Street, Durban, the wife of J. G. Tyzack, of a daughter.

Father: Joseph George Tyzack

Mother: Eunice Gertrude (Rowe) Tyzack

Education: Durban Girls' High School, Durban, Natal

Married: Leonard Munks Wood on 8 March 1922, in St Paul's Church, Durban, Natal, South Africa
Leonard Munks Wood is recorded as a bachelor, aged 35. He is a bookkeeper, resident at 6 Sutton Crescent, Durban. Dorothy Gertrude Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 30, resident at 39 South Ridge Road, Durban. The marriage was performed by W. R. Grundy and witnessed by ? ? and P. Tyzack.

Leonard was born in 1886/7, and was educated at Durban High School. He was an accountant. After Dorothy's death, Leonard married Mary Jane English in Durban on 19 August 1925. At that time his occupation is recorded as accountant, and his residence as Nairobi, Kenya. Leonard died on 16 April 1954, in Nairobi, Kenya.
Addresses:
1922: 6 Sutton Crescent, Durban, Natal   (1st marriage certificate)
1925: Nairobi, Kenya   (2nd marriage certificate)
1954: 90 Ngong Road, Nairobi, Kenya   (Estate Distribution Accounts)

Notes:
Women of South Africa p1355 (1913)
Tyzack, (Miss) Dorothy Gertrude. Daughter of J.G. Tyzack, Esquire Born at Durban, Natal. Educated G.H.S., Durban. Member Girls’ High School Old Students Tennis Club. At the age of 8 won silver medal (cycling) at Corporation sports, held August 14th, 1901, in honour of the visit of the King and Queen (then Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York). Favourite Recreation, Music, Tennis, Swimming, Dancing. Residence, 652, Musgrave Road, Durban, Natal.

Death: 11 February 1923

Addresses:
1913: 652 Musgrave Road, Durban, Natal   (Women of South Africa p1355)
1922: 39 South Ridge Road, Durban, Natal   (marriage certificate)

Sources:

Drusilla (Tyzack) Price

Birth: 1849, in Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 29 April 1849, in St Mary, Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England
Drusilla is baptised the daughter of Zechariah Tyzack, Hairdresser of High Street, and Rebecca Parker

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Rebecca (Parker) Tyzack

Married: Thomas Edmund Price on 11 November 1874 in St Mary, Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England
Thomas Edmund Price is recorded as a bachelor, of full age, the son of Thomas Charles Price, coachman. Thomas is a footman, of Little Walsingham. Drusilla Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, of full age, the daughter of Zechariah Tyzack, hair cutter. She is of Little Walsingham. The marriage was performed by W. Martin, vicar, and witnessed by Zachariah Tyzack, sen., and Emma Elizabeth Custance.

Children:

Occupation: Drapers Assistant (1871)

Death: 30 December 1935, in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England, aged 85

Census:
1851: Stonegate Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1861: Bridewell Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1871: High Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1881: East Side High Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1891: Cambridge St Giles, Cambridgeshire: Drusilla Poves, wife, is aged 42, born in Walsingham, Norfolk
1901: Chesterton, Cambridgeshire: Drusilla Price, wife, is aged 51, born in Walsingham, Norfolk
1911: South Manchester, Lancashire: Drusilla Price, head, is aged 62, born in Walsingham, Norfolk

Sources:

Edward Tyzack

Birth: 12 August 1821, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 14 August 1821, in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Edward is recorded as the son of Charles and Frances Tyzack, carrier, of Wells

Father: Charles Tyzack

Mother: Francis (Webber) Tyzack

Married: Charlotte Ann Beats on 24 March 1857 in Congregational Church, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Edward Tyzack is recorded as a hairdresser, of Wells. Charlotte Beats is recorded as being of Wells.

Charlotte was born in Wells, Norfolk, and baptised on 21 January 1829 in St Nicholas, Wells, the daughter of Samuel and Charlotte Beats. She was a milliner and dressmaker. Charlotte died on 12 January 1920, in Cromer, Norfolk, aged 90, and was buried in the Congregational cemetery in Wells on 16 January 1920.
Census:
1841: Freeman Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: Two Furlong Lane, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1861: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1871: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1881: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1891: High Street,Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1901: East Ham, Essex: Charlotte Tyzack is aged 72, born in Wells, Norfolk. She is living on her own means.
1911: North Walsham, Norfolk: Charlotte Tepzack is aged 82, born in Wells.

Children: Occupation: Hairdresser and Perfumer

The Post Office Directory of Norfolk & Suffolk 1865 p419
Wells-next-the-Sea.
Tyzack Edward, hair dresser & perfumer, High Street

Pigot & Co. Directory for Norfolk (1869) lists:
Tyzack Edward, hair dresser and perfumer, High St, Wells-next-the-Sea

Kelly's Directory of Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk 1879 p684
HAIR DRESSERS
Tyzack E. High st Wells-next-the-Sea


Kelly's Directory of Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk 1883 p552
NORFOLK. Wells-next-the-Sea.
Tyzack Edward, hair cutter, High st


The gravestone of Edward Tyzack and Charlotte Ann (Beats)
              Tyzack
The gravestone of Edward Tyzack and Charlotte Ann (Beats) Tyzack in Congregational cemetery, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
photograph by Peter Whitfield at gravestonephotos.com
Death: 12 January 1896, in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England, aged 75

Buried: 17 January 1896, in Congregational cemetery, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
The gravestone reads:
In Loving Memory of
Edward Tyzack
who died January 12th 1896
aged 76 years
also of
Charlotte Ann,
his beloved wife
who died January 12th 1920
aged 91 years
At Rest

High Street, Wells
High Street, Wells
(click for more information)
Census:
1841: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1861: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1871: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1881: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1891: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

Although the census does not identify street numbers, local historians who have examined the 1891 census conclude that Edward Tyzack lived at 21 High Street. This is the blue door on the left side of the street. The Wells Next the Sea Local History Group has created the 1891 Traders and Resident's map of High St. Wells which shows Edward Tyzack, Hairdresser. This is a wonderful map which really helps to bring alive the street as it was in 1891. We note that Edward lives over the road from his niece Jane Elizabeth (Tyzack) Mack who married John Mack. This is the niece that Edward is shown as living with in the 1851 census.

Sources:

Edward Tyzack

Birth: 20 August 1839, in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 25 August 1839, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Edward is recorded as the son of Charles Webber and Mary Ann Tyzack. Charles is a shoe maker, of Wells.

Father: Charles Webber Tyzack

Mother: Mary Ann (Newson) Tyzack

Death: 26 June 1840, in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England, aged 10 months

Burial: 1 July 1840, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England 

Sources:

Edward Webber Tyzack

Birth: 1858, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Edward Tyzack

Mother: Charlotte Ann (Beats) Tyzack

Death: 1864, in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England

Census:
1861: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

Sources:

Edward Charles Tyzack

Birth: 1876/7, in Durban, Natal

Father: Charles Thomas Tyzack

Mother: Frances (Lofflyn) Tyzack

Married: Catherine (Taaffe) Chisholm on 28 December 1939 in Durban, Natal, South Africa
Edward Charles Tyzack is recorded as a bachelor, aged 62, born in Natal. He is a carpenter, resident at 26 Park Road, Malvern, Durban. Catherine Chisholm (born Taaffe) is recorded as a widow, aged 58, born in Ireland. She is a housekeeper, resident at 60 Cherry Avenue, Overport, Durban. The marriage was performed by E. R. Wilmot, magistrate, and witnessed by W. H. B. Sangmeister and M. A. Bennett.

Catherine was born in 1880/1, in Northern Ireland. She married, firstly, _____ Chisholm. Catherine died in 1954.

Occupation: Carpenter

Death:
1949

Sources:

Elizabeth Tyzack

Baptism: 10 July 1776, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Ann (Kemp) Tyzack

Burial: 10 December 1776 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, infant

Sources:

Elizabeth Tyzack

Baptism: 12 August 1792, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Elizabeth (Gildart) Tyzack

Sources:

Elizabeth (Tyzack) Hughes

Birth: 29 July 1797

Baptism: 6 September 1798, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Mary (Leadbitter) Tyzack

Married: Provo Featherstone Hughes on 4 July 1818, in Holy Trinity, Sunderland, Durham, England.
Provo was born on 8 March 1781, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, and baptised on 11 November 1781, the son of William James Hughes and Mary Ann Richards. He was an officer in the Royal Navy and reached the rank of lieutenant on 10 October 1804 (Navy Chronology p91) and commissioned the schooner Grouper in Bermuda.

Children:
Sources:

Elizabeth Tyzack

Baptism: 30 November 1823, in Bramley by Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Father: William Taylor Tyzack

Mother: Margaret (Laybourne) Tyzack

Sources:

Elizabeth Ann Tyzack

Baptism: 17 December 1824, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England.
Elizabeth is recorded as illegitimate.

Mother: Ann Elizabeth Tyzack

Buried: 3 August 1825 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Sources:

Elizabeth Frances (Tyzack) Curtis

Birth: 8 December 1840, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 13 December 1840, in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Rebecca (Parker) Tyzack

Married: James Curtis in 1874, in Mutford district, Suffolk, England

James was born on 1 April 1849, in Wymondham, Norfolk and baptised in Wymondham on 29 April 1849, the son of George Curtis and Sarah Ann Burcham. He was a painter, plumber and glazier. James died in 1903, in Mutford district, East Suffolk.
Census & Addresses:
1871: Lowestoft, Suffolk
1875: Mutford Bridge, Carlton Colville, Suffolk   (Kelly's Directory of Cambridge, Norfolk and Suffolk 1875 p766)
1881: House & Painters Shop, Carlton-Colville, Suffolk
1891: Carlton Colville, East Suffolk: James Curtis, head, is aged 42, born in Wymondham, Norfolk
1896: Mutford Bridge, Carlton Colville, East Suffolk   (Kelly's Directory of Suffolk 1896 p87)
1901: Carlton Colville, East Suffolk: James Curtis, head, is aged 51, born in Wymondham, Norfolk. He is a plumber.

Children: Occupation: Servant (1871)

Census:
1840: Little Walsingham, Norfolk: Elizabeth Tyzack is aged 0, born in Norfolk
1851: Stonegate Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1861: Norwich St Michael, Norfolk
1871: Lowestoft, Suffolk
1881: House & Painters Shop, Carlton-Colville, Suffolk
1891: Carlton Colville, East Suffolk: Elizabeth F. Curtis, wife, is aged 49, born in Wells, Norfolk
1901: Carlton Colville, East Suffolk: Elizabeth Curtis, wife, is aged 60, born in Wells, Norfolk
1911: Lincoln district, Lincolnshire: Elizabeth Fanny Curtis is aged 70, born in Wells, Norfolk

Sources:

Eliza Jane (Tyzack) Stranack

Eliza Jane
                Tyzack
Eliza Jane Tyzack
Birth: 1 August 1854, in Durban, Natal

Father: Richard Webber Tyzack

Mother: Louisa (Hawkins) Tyzack

Married: Stephen Stranack on 22 March 1876 at the residence of the bride's father, Mount Pleasant, Cato Manor, near Durban, Natal
Stephen Stranack is recorded as a bachelor aged 26. He is a clerk to Legislative Council, resident in Pietermaritzburg. Eliza Jane Tyzack is recorded as as spinster, aged 21, resident in Cato Manor, near Durban. The marriage was performed by W. H. Mann, Congregational minister, and witnessed by A. Muirhead Junior, W. O. Turner, M. A. F. Tyzack, R. W. Tyzack and L. A. Bell.

Natal Witness 24 March 1876
March 22. At the residence of the bride's father, Mount Pleasant, Berea by the Rev W H Mann","Stephen, youngest son of the late Mr William Stranack of Margate, Kent, England to - Elisa Jane, youngest daughter of Mr R W Tyzack of Durban (no cards)


Children: Sources:

Emma Tyzack

Birth: 1832

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Sarah (Bittle) Tyzack

Married: to Frederick Summerton on 25 September 1851

Death: 4 October 1914

Sources:

Ernest William Tyzack

Birth: 1872, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Edward Tyzack

Mother: Charlotte Ann (Beats) Tyzack

Married: Mildred Fairweather in 1899, in York district, Yorkshire, England

Mildred was born in 1875, in Stamford Bridge, Yorkshire East Riding, the daughter of John Thomas Fairweather and Lucinda Bowser. She died in 1954 in Amersham district, Buckinghamshire, England, aged 78
Census:
1881: Clarendon Terr, York St Mary Bishophill Senior, Yorkshire (East Riding)
1891: St Mary Bishophill Senior
1901: Acomb, Yorkshire West Riding: Mildred Tyzack is aged 25, born in Stamford Bridge, Yorkshire
1911: Ramsey, Essex: Mildred Tyzack is aged 35, born in Stanfordbge, Yorkshire

Children: Occupation: Railway Clerk (1891), Railway Passenger Agent (1901)

Death: 1953 in Amersham district, Buckinghamshire, England, aged 80

Census:
1881: High Street, Wells, Norfolk
1891: High Street, Wells, Norfolk
1901: Acomb, Yorkshire West Riding: Ernest W. Tyzack is aged 28, born in Wells, Norfolk. He is a railway passr agent.
1911: Ramsey, Essex: Ernest William Tyzack is aged 38, born in Wells, Norfolk

Sources:

Ethel Mary (Tyzack) Watt

Mother: 1884/5

Father: Charles Thomas Tyzack

Mother: Frances (Lofflyn) Tyzack

Married: William Burt Watt on 4 January 1902 at 390 Berg St, Pietermaritzburg, Natal
William Burt Watt is recorded as a bachelor, aged 23. He is a clerk, resident in Maritzburg. Ethel Mary Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 17, resident on Maritzburg and married with parent's consent. The marriage was performed by J. Gould Smith, minister, and witnessed by Ethelbert Tyzack Stranack and Jessie Watt.

William was born in 1878/9. He was a clerk.

Death:
1908

Sources:

Eunice Phyllis Tyzack

Birth: circa January 1895

Father: Joseph George Tyzack

Mother: Eunice Gertrude (Rowe) Tyzack

Death: 10 September 1895

Sources:

Eunice Josephine (Tyzack) Codner

Birth: 14 January 1906, in South Africa

Father: Joseph George Tyzack

Mother: Eunice Gertrude (Rowe) Tyzack

Married: Bernard Campbell Codner on 21 May 1930, in St Paul's Church, Durban, Natal, South Africa
Bernard Campbell Codner is recorded as a bachelor, aged 30, born in South Africa. He is a wool expert, resident at 144 Currie Road, Durban. Eunice Josephine Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 22, born in South Africa and resident at Dronfield, S. Ridge Rd, Durban. The marriage was performed by Stanley Astbury and witnessed by J. Tyzack and L. A. Ward.

Bernard was born in 1899/1900, in South Africa. He was a wool expert.

Sources:

Fanny Tyzack

Baptism: 17 July 1837, in St Peter, Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Father: William Taylor Tyzack

Mother: Margaret (Laybourne) Tyzack

Sources:

Florence Eliza (Tyzack, Stevens) Butcher

Birth: 1859, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Edward Tyzack

Mother: Charlotte Ann (Beats) Tyzack

Married (1st): Herbert Edward Stevens on 29 September 1892, in Ketteringham, Norfolk, England
Herbert Edward Stevens is recorded as a bachelor, aged 32, a draper of Martham. He is the son of Samuel Stevens, machinist. Florence Eliza Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 32, of Ketteringham. She is the daughter of Edward Tyzack, hairdresser. The marriage was performed by F. C. Davies and witnessed by Charles Edward Tyzack (A), Charles Edwd Tyzack (B) and Charlotte Tyzack.

Herbert was born in 1860, in Aylsham, Norfolk, the son of Samuel and Sarah Stevens. He was a grocer's assistant. Herbert died in 1895, in Flegg district, Norfolk, aged 35.
Census:
1861: Drabblegate Road, Aylsham, Norfolk
1871: Drabblegate Road, Aylsham, Norfolk
1881: Blyburgate Street, Beccles, Norfolk
1891: White Street, Martham, Norfolk

Children: Married (2nd): Jesse Butcher on 24 September 1904 in Barlborough, Derbyshire, England
Jesse Butcher is recorded as widowed, aged 35. Florence Eliza Stevens is recorded as widowed, the daughter of Edward Tyzack.

Jesse was born in 1869, in Emley, Yorkshire West Riding, the son of Harriet Butcher and presumably Joseph Kaye. Harriet and Joseph married in 1870, and census returns from those years record Jesse as Jesse Kaye. He married, firstly, Alice Jepson in 1893 and had at least four children, Norman, Annie, Ronald and Doris who are living with Jesse and Florence in the 1911 census. Norman died in the First World War, and a number of his letters written from France to his father and brother have been posted at The Great War. Alice died in 1903. Jesse was a coal miner. He died in 1951, in Chesterfield district, Derbyshire, aged 81.
Census & Addresses:
1871: Emley, Yorkshire West Riding
1881: Westfield, Emley, Yorkshire West Riding
1891: Spring Field, Emley, Yorkshire West Riding
1901: Featherstone, Yorkshire West Riding: Jesse Butcher, boarder nephew, is aged 31, born in Enisley, Yorkshire. He is a coal hewer.
1911: 1911: Barlborough, Derbyshire: Jesse Butcher is aged 41, born in Emley, Yorkshire
1917: 29 Station Road, Clowne, Chesterfield, Derbyshire   (Commonwealth War Graves Commission)

Occupation: Shop Assistant

Death: 1928, in Worksop district (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire West Riding), aged 51

Census & Addresses:
1861: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1871: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1881: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1891: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1901: East Ham, Essex: Florence Stevens, sister, is aged 41, born in Wells, Norfolk
1911: Barlborough, Derbyshire: Florence Eliza Butcher is aged 51, born in Wells, Norfolk
1917: 29 Station Road, Clowne, Chesterfield, Derbyshire   (Commonwealth War Graves Commission)

Sources:

Frances Webber Tyzack

Birth: 1813/4, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 25 February 1814, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Frances Webber Tyzack is recorded as the daughter of Charles & Frances, hairdresser, of Wells.

Father: Charles Tyzack

Mother: Francis (Webber) Tyzack

Occupation: Shopwoman

Death: 1892, in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England, aged 78
(listed as Fanny Weber Tyzack)

Buried: 24 April 1892, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, aged 78
(listed as Fanny Weber Tyzack)

Census:
1841: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: Tinkers Corner, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1861: Tinkers Corner, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1871: Theatre Road, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1881: Tinkers Corner, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1891: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

Sources:

Frances Elizabeth Tyzack

Baptism: 3 October 1826, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Frances Elizabeth is recorded as the daughter of Charles Webber and Mary Ann Tyzack. Charles is a shoe maker, of Wells.

Father: Charles Webber Tyzack

Mother: Mary Ann (Newson) Tyzack

Burial: 15 December 1833, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England. Frances died of scarlet fever, aged 7.

Sources:

Frederick Massingham Tyzack

Baptism: 11 June 1828, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England.
Frederick is recorded as the "natural son" of Anne Elizabeth Tyzack, spinster..

Mother: Ann Elizabeth Tyzack

Buried: 27 June 1828 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Sources:

George Tyzack

Birth: 22 August 1808

Baptism: 26 August 1808, in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Charles Tyzack

Mother: Francis (Webber) Tyzack

Burial: 23 February 1810, in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Sources:

George Tyzack

Birth: 18 April 1835, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 21 April 1835 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
George is recorded as the son of Charles Webber and Mary Ann Tyzack. Charles is a shoemaker, of Wells.

Father: Charles Webber Tyzack

Mother: Mary Ann (Newson) Tyzack

Married: Susannah Smith on 21 October 1860 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
George Tyzack is recorded as a bachelor, aged 25, the son of Charles Webber Tyzack, postman. George is a shipwright, resident in Woolwich. Susanna Smith is recorded as a spinster, aged 24, of Wells. She is the daughter of William Smith, master mariner. The marriage was performed by John Robert Hopper, rector, and witnessed by Ann Elizabeth Elmson and Robert Batson Leeder.

Susannah was born on 29 March 1836, in Wells-next-the-Sea, and baptised on 24 April 1836 in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, the daughter of William and Mary Smith. She married, secondly, Thomas John Kew in 1873, in Walsingham district, Norfolk. Susannah died in 1883 in Walsingham district, and was buried in Wells-next-the-Sea on 17 July 1883, aged 47. Her grave is located in S E row 7, grave 29.
Census:
1841: Freeman Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: Freeman Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1871: Lord Nelson, Quay, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1881: Jicklings Yard, Wells, Norfolk

Children: Occupation: Shipwright.
In the 1851 census, George is listed as a "ship carpenter" but is described as a shipwright in his marriage record (1860).

Death: before the 1871 census, where Susannah is shown as a widow

Census:
1841: Tinkers Corner, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

Sources:

Grace Tyzack

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Ursula (Milburn) Tyzack

Buried: 17 July 1731

Sources:

Halton Webber Tyzack

Birth: 19 December 1900, in South Africa

Father: Joseph George Tyzack

Mother: Eunice Gertrude (Rowe) Tyzack

Married: Kathleen Charlotte Hyam Osmond on 7 November 1931, in St Paul's Church, Durban, Natal, South Africa
Halton Webber Tyzack is recorded as a bachelor, aged 30, born in South Africa. He is a storeman, resident at 39 South Ridge Road, Durban. Kathleen Charlotte Hyam Osmond is recorded as a spinster, aged 32, born in South Africa and resident at 38 Chamberlain's Bldgs, Smith St, Durban. The marriage was performed by Heywood Harris, and witnessed by A. G. R. Osmond and ? Pearson.

Kathleen was born in 1898/9 in South Africa, and died in 1964.

Occupation: Storeman

Death: 16 March 1949

Sources:

Hannah Mary Tyzack

Baptism: 3 March 1765, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Anne (Taylor) Tyzack

Sources:

Henry Thomas Tyzack

Baptism: 26 October 1834, in St John, Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Father: William Taylor Tyzack

Mother: Margaret (Laybourne) Tyzack

Death: 1839, in Leeds district, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Sources:

Henry William Tyzack

Birth: 31 March 1876, in Inanda, Natal

Baptism: 27 June 1881, in Verulam, Natal

Father: Richard James Webber Tyzack

Mother: Mary Allas (Barr) Tyzack

Married: Gladys O'Neill on 29 September 1914 in Que Que, Southern Rhodesia.

Gladys was born in 1898/9, in England. She died on 14 December 1953 in Government Hospital, Que Que, Southern Rhodesia, aged 54, of acute congestion cardiac failure. Gladys was buried in Que Que, Southern Rhodesia.
Address:
1953: 1B First Ave, Que Que, Southern Rhodesia   (death notice)

Death: 1947

Henry: D.R. 76/130  will 10046
Gladys: D.R. 1030/53 will 13200

Buried: Que Que, Southern Rhodesia

Sources:

Isabella Tyzack

Baptism: 12 August 1792, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Elizabeth (Gildart) Tyzack

Sources:

Isabella Judith Tyzack

Baptism: 15 June 1828, in Bramley by Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Father: William Taylor Tyzack

Mother: Margaret (Laybourne) Tyzack

Death: 1843, in Leeds district, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Sources:

James Tyzack

Baptism: 31 July 1757, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
James Tyzzack is recorded as the son of Zachariah and Anne Tyzzack

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Ann (Kemp) Tyzack

Burial: 2 November 1761, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Sources:

James Tyzack

Baptism: 7 February 1762, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Ann (Kemp) Tyzack

Occupation: Mariner
James was apprenticed to the sea in 1773 and settled in Shields (North Shields) in 1784 or prior.

Sources:

James Tyzack

Birth: 12 August 1798, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 17 August 1798, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Charles Tyzack

Mother: Francis (Webber) Tyzack

Married (1st): Maria Baker on 16 May 1822 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
James Tyzack is recorded as a single man, of Wells. Maria Baker is recorded as a single woman, of Wells. The marriage was performed by Valentine Hill, rector, and witnessed by William Baker and Ann Elizabeth Tyzack.

Maria was born on 28 October 1800 and baptised on 31 October 1800 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, the daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Baker. She died on 10 June 1827 and was buried on 15 June 1827, in Wells-next-the-Sea, aged 26.

Children: Married (2nd): Mary Porter on 5 May 1832, in St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, England

Mary was born in 1795, in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire and baptised in Tewkesbury on 8 March 1795, the daughter of Francis Porter and Elizabeth Wilkes. She operated a fancy repository - a type of store that today might be called a knick-knack or souvenir store, on High Street in Wells at the time of the 1861 census, and in directories in 1863, 1865 and 1869. In the 1871 census is employed as a housekeeper.
The Post Office Directory of Norfolk & Suffolk 1865 p419
Wells-next-the-Sea.
Tyzack Mary (Mrs.), fancy repository, High Street

Mary died on 4 April 1872, in Wells-next-the-Sea, aged 77, and was buried on 11 April 1872 in Polka road cemetery, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, aged 77, in the same grave as her husband in row 2, grave 4.
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar 1872 p500
TYZACK Mary.
Effects under 300.
24 April.   Administration of the effects of Mary Tyzack late of Wells in the County of Norfolk Widow who died 4 April 1872 at Wells was granted at the Principal Registry to Francis Porter of 50 Elizabeth-street Eaton-square in the County of Middlesex Grocer the Brother and only Next of Kin.

Census:
1841: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: London Street, Norwich, Norfolk
1861: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1871: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

James Tyzack Ink
Ink well manufactured by Tyzack & Co.
James Tyzack Advertisement
poster from Esme Fuller
James Tyzack Advertisement
advertisement provided by Boib Brownjohn
Occupation: Hairdresser, Perfumer, Ink Manufacturer, Ironmonger and Cutler, Silversmith
Pigot & Co. Directory for Norfolk (1830)
Wells-next-the-Sea
Perfumers & Hairdressers.

Tyzack James (& patent medicine vender), High St

Silversmiths.
Tyzack James, High St


History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk p617 (William White, 1836)
WELLS
High Street Tyzack James, perfumer, &c (and Wells)
p617
WELLS
Perfumers and Hair Dressers.
High Street Tyzack James (&toy, &c. whs.)


Pigot & Co. Directory for Norfolk (1839)
Wells-next-the-Sea
Hairdressers.

Tyzack James, (and perfumer to the Queen), High St
Miscellaneous.
Tyzack James, ink manufacturer, High St

History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk p685 (William White, 1845)
WELLS
Perfumers and Hairdressers
High Street Tyzack James

Ironmongers
High Street Tyzack James


History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk p723 (William White, 1854)
WELLS
Perfumers and Hairdressers
High Street Tyzack Jas. (& cutler)


James was awarded a patent for "The British Razor" on 8 December 1843. This razor, ground out of solid steel, was exhibited at the Irish Industrial Exhibition of 1853.
The Irish Industrial Exhibition of 1853 p351 (John Sproule, 1854)
TYZACK, J., Wells, Norfolk, Inventor and Manufacturer.—Tyzack's British razor, ground out of the solid steel.

Chambers's Journal 10 June 1865 p354 (William Chambers, Robert Chambers)
   There is a certain Mr Tyzack, a gentleman who has given to the shaving world one of the greatest boons that could be conferred upon it, and yet, I dare say, not one of my readers ever heard his name before. I myself, who owe him a deep debt of gratitude, am ignorant of his country, and even of the age in which he flourished; all I can certify is, that from the age of fifteen to that of thirty, I never had an easy shave, though I tried razors of every price and temper; that the invariable badness of the last-named quality was contagious, and an exquisite benevolence with which I have been dowered by nature, thence began to deteriorate; that a friend, anxious to preserve a specimen of equanimity to the world, procured me a Perfect Razor, the last that was to be had, bearing the words Tyzack's Double Patent upon the blade; and that, ever since that happy day, I have never cut or scarified my chin, and never made use of violent or improper language before breakfast. For the last five or six years, indeed, shaving has been no more trouble to me than washing my hands; but alas the reader cannot benefit by my experience. I have made numerous inquiries of a multitude of cutlers and barbers in a host of British towns, and have never found one who had even heard of the instrument. How can I describe it? It is not wedge-shaped, but consists of an excessively thin blade, with a thick back, like that which may be seen sometimes to those short saws which are used by butchers to divide bones. The peculiarity of this formation, is that the edge of the blade cannot grow blunt until it is worn away to the back, and consequently it cannot be sharpened or ‘set,’ and requires no stropping; only, if a speck of rust attack its edge, or careless contact with any hard substance notch it, it is irretrievably done for; and this, combined with apparent high price, may account for its want of popularity.
  Thus if my treasure is put away damp, or gets into the hands of a person intent upon suicide, it will be spoiled, and I shall have to fall back upon my stock of ordinary wedge shaped razors. Never, never! Rather let me go about the world with a fiery furze-bush under my chin. The only drawback to the comfort of this razor consists in the words Double Patent engraved upon it. It is always troublesome to have a riddle buzzing in one's head in the early morning, especially if one has had salmon for dinner, or inadvertently drunk a cup of green tea the night before, and I must own that that inscription harasses me sometimes while I am shaving. What can a double patent be? Perhaps the non-success of the razor is, after all, attributable to too great anxiety on the part of the inventor to secure the credit and profit of his idea, and a double patent may be something of so stringent a nature as to render the sale illegal even by Mr Tyzack himself.

James is recorded as an ironmonger on his son William's marriage certificate in 1852.

The
                gravestone of James Tyzack
The gravestone of James Tyzack in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
Photograph by Chris Gosnell
Death: 27 November 1860, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Buried: 4 December 1860 in Polka road cemetery, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, aged 62. James's grave is in row 2, grave 4.

Probate: Granted 5 August 1861 to wife Mary, and William Valentine Tyzack, brother, as executors.
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar Wills 1861 p205
TYZACK James.
Effects under 1,500.
5 August.   The Will of James Tyzack late of Wells next the Sea in the County of Norfolk Jeweller and Perfumer deceased who died 27 November 1860 at Wells next the Sea aforesaid was proved at the Principal Registry by the oaths of Mary Tyzack of Wells next the Sea aforesaid Widow the Relict and William Valentine Tyzack of the City of Norwich Hair Dresser the Brother the Executors.
An excerpt of James's will reads:
Glass, Tools & Tyzacks chapter 19 (Don Tyzack, Robert Chambers)
Subject to the mortgage now affecting my son William Baker Tyzack...And whereas my said son now stands in debt to the sum of five hundred pounds Now I do hereby declare my will and mind to be that in case the said sum...shall be due to me at my decease from my said son shall pay in trust...at the rate of four pounds per cent per annum unto my said dear wife.

Census:
1841: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: London Street, Norwich, Norfolk (other records indicate the exact address as 13 London Street, where his brother conducted business. I wonder if James's presence in Norwich at the 1851 census was as a visitor, since all his other occupation records relate to business in Wells, both prior to, and later than, 1851.)

Sources:

James Robert Tyzack

Baptism: 22 February 1827, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
James Robert is recorded as the son of James and Maria Tyzack. James is a hair dresser, of Wells.

Father: James Tyzack

Mother: Maria (Baker) Tyzack

Burial: 4 August 1828, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
James Robert, son of James and Maria Tyzack, infant, is recorded as dying from the measles.

Sources:

James Newson Tyzack

Birth: 1831, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 20 April 1831, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
James Newson is recorded as the son Charles Webber and Mary Ann Tyzack. Charles is a shoe maker, of Wells.

Father: Charles Webber Tyzack

Mother: Mary Ann (Newson) Tyzack

Married: Sarah Ann Brown on 22 September 1851, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
James Newson Tyzack is recorded as a bachelor, of full age, the son of Charles Webber Tyzack, shoemaker. James is a hairdresser, of Wells. Sarah Ann Brown is recorded as a spinster, of full age, the daughter of Benjamin Brown, malster. She is a dressmaker, of Wells. The marriage was performed by John William Methold, vicar of Wighton, and witnessed by Charles Webber Tyzack and Sarah Maria Tyzack.

Sarah was born in 1831, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, and baptised on 2 April 1831 in Wells-next-the-Sea, the daughter of Benjamin and Sophia Browne. She was a dressmaker. Sarah died in 1904, in Lincoln district, Lincolnshire, aged 74.
Census:
1851: Black Horse Yard, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1861: Two Furlong Lane, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1871: Bromley, Middlesex
1881: 9 Dyer Street, Bromley, Middlesex
1891: Bromley, London: Sarah A. Fzzack, wife, is aged 61, born in Wells, Norfolk
1901: Lincoln St Swithin: Sarah A. Tyzack, mother, is aged 70, born in Wells, Norfolk

Children: Occupation: Hairdresser (1851, 1861); Porter (1881)

James's father-in-law, Benjamin Brown, ran the Wheatsheaf public house which was located on Freeman Street at the West corner of Black Horse Yard. The building was formerly the home of John Fryer, sailing master (and Captain Bligh loyalist) on the Bounty during the infamous mutiny. After Benjamin's death in 1856 the Wheatsheaf passed briefly to his wife, Sophia, and then to James who is listed as the licensee from 1858 to 1859. During that time he was embroiled in a legal dispute and by 1861 the Wheatsheaf was in the hands of his brother, Augustus who sold the pub by auction in November 1861.
norfolkpubs.co.uk
James Tyzac was in dispute with William Beckerton, brewer, foreman to Mr. William Chapman over repayment of 9 8s 8d said to have been advanced at different times, to allow Tyzack to settle his beer and porter bills. At Court Friday 5th August 1859, His Honour announced that the evidence was only oral and could only be substantiated at a later date, should a book, said to contain account of the transactions, be discovered and presented to the Court. The Defendant was freed from responsibilities attendant upon an established claim against him and the Plaintiff was nonsuited..

Death: 1897, in Poplar district, London, England, aged 66

Census:
1841: Tinkers Corner, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1861: Two Furlong Lane, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1871: Bromley, Middlesex
1881: 9 Dyer Street, Bromley, Middlesex
1891: Bromley, London: James Fzzack, head, is aged 61, born in Wells, Norfolk

Sources:

Jane Tyzack

Baptism: 13 April 1760, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Anne (Taylor) Tyzack

Sources:

Jane Tyzack

Birth: 27 November 1802

Baptism: 9 April 1807, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Elizabeth (Gildart) Tyzack

Sources:

Jane Tyzack

Baptism: 10 January 1813, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Mary (Leadbitter) Tyzack

Sources:

Jane Elizabeth Tyzack

Birth: 1825, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 7 October 1825 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Jane Elizabeth Tyzack is the daughter of James and Maria Tyzack. James is a hairdresser, of Wells.

Father: James Tyzack

Mother: Maria (Baker) Tyzack

Married: John Mack on 26 September 1855 in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
John Mack is recorded as a bachelor, aged 29, the son of Thomas Bond Mack, a farmer. John is a draper, resident in Wells. Jane Elizabeth Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 29, the daughter of James Tyzack, silversmith. She is a resident of Wells. The marriage was performed by John Robert Hopper, rector, and witnessed by Thomas Bond Mack, James Tyzack, Susanna Liske and Harriot Matilda Hamond.

Children: Occupation: Fancy Repository Keeper (1891)
Kelly's Directory of Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk 1883 p551
NORFOLK. Wells-next-the-Sea.
Mack Jane Elizabeth (Mrs.), fancy repository, High st
reet

Notes: Jane was a witness at the marriage of her brother William to Charity Juby on 8 January 1852, in Diss, Norfolk.

Death: 1899, in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England, aged 73

Burial: 1 May 1899, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Census:
1841: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1861: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1871: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1881: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1891: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

Sources:

Jane Tyzack

Baptism: 1836, in St Luke, Liverpool, Lancashire, England

Father: William Leadbitter Tyzack

Mother: Margaret (Casson) Tyzack

Sources:

Jane Tyzack

Birth: 1862, in Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Father: Robert Leyburn Tyzack

Mother: Mary Ann (Gill) Tyzack

Census:
1881: 11 Claremont Place, Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire

Sources:

Joanna (Tyzack) Nicholson

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Ursula (Milburn) Tyzack

Married: William Nicholson on 27 February 1716 in Tynemouth, Northumberland, England

Sources:

Joseph Tyzack

Baptism: 10 January 1813, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Mary (Leadbitter) Tyzack

Sources:

Joseph George Tyzack

Joseph George
                Tyzack
Joseph George Tyzack
photo from The South African Woman's Weekly 29 May 1930
Joseph George
                Tyzack
Joseph George Tyzack
photograph from The Natal Who's Who
Birth: 27 December 1860, at Union Street, Durban, Natal

Father: Richard Webber Tyzack

Mother: Louisa (Hawkins) Tyzack

Married: Eunice Gertrude Rowe on 5 November 1890 in St Paul's Church, Durban, Natal
Joseph George Tyzack is recorded as a bachelor, of full age. He is a book-keeper, resident in Durban. Eunice Gertrude Rowe is recorded as a spinster, of full age, resident in Durban. The marriage was performed by T. A. Lindon, M.A., Incumbent, Oxon, and witnessed by Theo. ??, and Anna M. Rowe.

Children: Occupation: Accountant. Joseph was head of Harvey, Greenacre & Co's Counting House. He was a Fellow of the Institute of Accountants

Death:
1950

Notes: Joseph attended Durban High School from 1871-2. He was known as Joe.

from The Natal Who's Who p202 (1906)
TYZACK, Joseph George, Accountant; Head of Harvey, Greenacre & Co's Counting House whose employ he entered in Oct., 1876; b. 27th Dec., 1860, at Union St., Durban; s. of Richard Webber Tyzack; m., 5th Nov., 1890, Eunice Gertrude Rowe; 6 children. Educ. Durban High School and Mr F. S. Smith's, Upper Glenwood, Berea. Res., Musgrave  Rd., Durban. Was a foundation member of the Natal Wasps F.C., the first Association F.C. in Durban, founded 1879, so is a pioneer of the Association game in Natal. Won Greaves' Cup 1883, 1884, 1885, and 1886. Captain 1884 and 1886.  During 1888, 1889, and 1900 played for the Victoria Athletic F.C. winning the Greaves' Cup, and in 1890 the Charity Cup as well; Captain 1889 and 1890.  Captained Durban in Intertowns 1883 to 1888.  Played Rugby with Natal Wasps, and Intertown Durban v. Maritzburg. For many years an oarsman in the Durban R.C., and considered one of the best strokes in the club. The crews stroked by Mr. Tyzack won many prizes, the principal one being the Jubilee Fours in 1887. On retiring as an active participant in athletic contests, gladly took up the work for others that had been done for him while he was a player.  How well and enthusiastically he has worked, the following posts held by him will readily show: Vice President Natal Football Association, 1888 to 1901, when he was made Hon. Life Vice-President; Vice-President Durban Football Association from its formation, 1896 to 1901, and then elected Hon. Life Vice-President; Vice-Patron South African Football Association; Vice-Captain Durban R.C., 1887-90; Hon. Sec and Treas., 1891-2; Captain, 1892-99; Vice-President Durban Amateur Athletic Association; Vice-President Durban Athletic Club; Vice-President Natal LaCrosse Association; Vice-Chairman Natal Cyclists Union; Chairman Durban Referees' Association; Official Handicapper of foot events at sports meeting for last twenty years; Chairman Durban Sports Association, the head body of all head bodies in Durban in Association football, cricket, cycling, and foot running.  The position of Chairman is the head official position of the Durban Sports Association, consequently he represents the unique position of elected head of all sport in Durban. No services on behalf of sports have been more spontaneously and generously recognised and rewarded than Mr. Tyzack's, as the following will show: The Ancient Order of Foresters, in Nov., 1903, presented him with a jewel and honorary membership. In Feb., 1904, the various associations, unions, clubs and bodies of Durban presented him with a very handsome illuminated address and Mrs. Tyzack with a purse of one hundred and twenty five sovs.

Addresses:
1897: 156 Smith Street, Durban, Natal   (Natal Almanac & Directory 1897 p156)

Sources:

Joy Gascoigne (Tyzack) Sweetman

Birth: 6 September 1903, in Natal

Father: William Henry Tyzack

Mother: Agnes Stennett (Roff) Tyzack

Married: Gerald Desmond Sweetman on 26 November 1929 in Emmanuel Cathedral, Durban, Natal, South Africa
Gerald Desmond Sweetman is recorded as a bachelor, aged 27, born in Natal. He is a book-keeper, resident at 140 McDonald Rd, Durban. Joy Gascoigne Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 26, born in Natal. She is resident at Canberra Mansions, Essenwood Rd, Durban. The marriage was performed by H. A. O'Donnell, O.M.I., Catholic priest, and witnessed by Edward Alexander Purnell and William Henry Tyzack.

Gerald was born in 1901/2 in Natal. He was a book-keeper.

Notes: Joy is mentioned in The Happy Ship - A History of Durban Girl's College pp86-7 (Joy Wrinch-Schultz, 1977) in Yvonne Gordon Huntley's recollection of hearing news of the Armistice at the end of the First World War. The excerpt is quoted in Historia vol 6 no.1:
 In the middle of an English literature lesson, all the sirens and church bells in the town rang out and ships in the bay sounded their hooters. At first we did not realise what had happened. Then Joy Tyzack leapt to her feet and shouted, "It's peace! It's peace!" We all rushed to the windows. Miss Moore Smith, who was taking a class in the garden, came running up with the girls shouting and waving and presently a message was sent around the school that we could all go home at once.


Death: 2 June 1986

Sources:

Joyce Beryl Tyzack

Birth: 8 July 1902

Father: Joseph George Tyzack

Mother: Eunice Gertrude (Rowe) Tyzack

Death: 22 November 1936

Sources:

Judith Tyzack

Baptism: 26 April 1789, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Elizabeth (Gildart) Tyzack

Sources:

Kate Tyzack

Birth: 1864, in Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Father: Robert Leyburn Tyzack

Mother: Mary Ann (Gill) Tyzack

Census:
1881: 11 Claremont Place, Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire

Sources:

Louisa (Tyzack) Fenn

Birth: 1846, in Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 1 March 1846, in St Mary, Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England
Louisa Tyzack is baptised the daughter of Zechariah Tyzack and Rebecca Parker. Zechariah is a Hairdresser, of High Street.

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Rebecca (Parker) Tyzack

Married: Zechariah Fenn on 22 October 1865, in St Mary, Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England
Zechariah Fenn is recorded as a widower, aged 37. He is a grocer, of Little Walsingham and his father is deceased. Louisa Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 19, of Little Walsingham, the daughter of Zechariah Tyzack, Hair dresser. The marriage was performed by Septimus H. Lee-Warner, and witnessed by Z. Tyzack, Sen., William Platten, Margaret Foster and Drusila Tyzack.

Children: Occupation: Dressmaker (1861), Grocer & Draper (1881)

Kelly's Directory of Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk 1883 p542
NEW WALSINGHAM (or LITTLE WALSINGHAM)
Fenn Louisa (Mrs.), grocer & draper, Market place


Death: 1922, in Norwich district, Norfolk, England, aged 76

Census:
1851: Stonegate Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1861: Bridewell Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1871: High Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1881: Market Place, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1891: Norwich, Norfolk: Louisa Fenn, head, is aged 45, born in Walsingham, Norfolk
1901: Norwich, Norfolk: Louisa Fenn, head, is aged 55, born in Little Walsingham, Norfolk. She is living on own means.
1911: Norwich, Norfolk: Louisa Fenn is aged 65, born in Little Walsingham

Sources:

Louisa Emily (Tyzack) Lawson

Louisa
                Emily (Tyzack) Lawson
Louisa Emily (Tyzack) Lawson
Birth: 1848, in St. George in the East district, Middlesex, England

Father: Richard Webber Tyzack

Mother: Louisa (Hawkins) Tyzack

Married: John Harry Lawson on 26 March 1873 at the home of Mr. Tyzack, Cato Manor, near Durban, Natal
John Harry Lawson is recorded as a bachelor, aged 28. He is a storekeeper, resident in Ladismith. Louisa Emily Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 25, resident in Cato Manor near Durban. The marriage was performed by W. H. Mann, Congreagtional minister, and witnessed by R. W. Tyzack, R. J. W. Tyzack, L. Ireland, M. A. F. Tyzack, E. L. Tyzack and L. Tyzack

Children:
Notes: Louisa emigrated from England to Natal when she was 2 years old. She sailed with her parents and siblings on the Edward (passenger list), departing on 9 January 1850 and arriving on 2 May 1850.

Death: 1926

Sources:

Margaret (Tyzack) Longmoor

Baptism: 14 August 1763, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Anne (Taylor) Tyzack

Married: James Longmoor on 25 June 1787, in St John, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Children:
Sources:

Margaret Eleanor (Tyzack) Creer

Birth: 1848, in Liverpool district, Lancashire, England

Baptism: 1848, in St Luke, Liverpool, Lancashire, England

Father: William Leadbitter Tyzack

Mother: Margaret (Casson) Tyzack

Married: Robert Edward Creer in 1886, in West Derby district, Lancashire, England

Children:
Death: 7 November 1920

Buried: 10 November 1920, in Borough Cemetery, Douglas, Isle of Man, aged 72

Margaret died intestate and the following petition was submitted by her daughters to grant letters of administration to her daughter Ada Frances Creer (transcribed by John A. Creer at Isle of Man Family History Society).
  In the his Majesty's High Court of Justice of the Isle of Man Common Law Division Testamentary Jurisdiction
  In the Goods of Robert Edward Creer Deceased
  To His Honour Stewart Stevenson Moore Esquire His Majesty?s First Deemster and Clerk of the Rolls and a Judge of the  said Division
  The humble Petition of Ada Frances Creer and Dorothy Jane Creer both of No 8 Rosemount in the borough of Douglas spinsters and James McCallum of 58 Trefoil Avenue Shawlands Glasgow and Mona McCallum (formerly Creer) his wife (hereinafter called ?Your Petitioners?)
Sheweth:
1.Margaret Eleanor Creer late of No 8 Rosemount in the borough of Douglas widow mother of your petitioners the said Ada Frances Creer Dorothy Jane Creer and Mona McCallum departed this life on the 7th day of November 1920 intestate.
2.It is necessary that letters of administration of the personal estate and effects of the said Margaret Eleanor Creer be granted to some fit and proper person as this honourable court may direct.

Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray a hearing hereof and that it may please this honourable court to grant letters of Administration of the personal estate and effects of the said Margaret Eleanor Creer to your petitioner the said Ada Frances Creer or some other fit and proper person or persons as this court may direct with such other and further relief as is meet and petitioner will ever pray etc etc
 
Ordered that this petition do come on to be heard at a court to be holden at Douglas on Monday the 29th day of November 1920 at 10.30 o?clock in the forenoon whereof all proper parties and person to have due notice.
Given this 29th day of November 1920
Charles Callow
(Ada Frances Creer appointed Administrator and surety ? together with Dorothy Jane Creer and Robert Gelling plumber)


Notes: Mary was the executor of the will of her mother, Margaret (Casson) Tyzack in 1885

Census
& Addresses:
1851: Margaret E. Tyzack is aged 2, born in Liverpool, Lancashire
1881: 76 Hughes Street, Everton, Lancashire
1901: Onchan district, Isle of Man: Margaret E. Creer is aged 52, born in England
1911: Isle of Man: Margaret Eleanor Creer is aged 62
1914: 8 Rosemount, Douglas, Isle of Man (probate application for her husband)
1920: 8 Rosemount, Douglas, Isle of Man (letters of administration)

Sources:

Marianne Tyzack

Birth: 29 March 1800

Baptism: 17 November 1805, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Mary (Leadbitter) Tyzack

Sources:

Marjorie Ranesford (Tyzack) Large

Birth: 9 December 1896

Father: William Henry Tyzack

Mother: Agnes Stennett (Roff) Tyzack

Married: Vincent Claude Large on 20 June 1918, in St Pauls Church, Durban, Natal, South Africa
Vincent Claud Large is recorded as a bachelor, aged 32. He is a Lieutenant in the R.N.R. and resident on board H.M.T. Professor. Marjorie Raynesford Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 21, resident at the Fields Hill Hotel. The marriage was performed by S. O'Connor Fenton, vicar of St Pauls Durban, and witnessed by J. H. D. Millar and W. H. Tyzack.

Vincent was born on 14 August 1885, in Birkenhead district, Cheshire, England, and baptised on 3 September 1885 in St Peters, Liverpool, Lancashire, the son of Adolphus Rupert Large and Annie Eleanor Garner. Vincent was an officer in the Royal Naval Reserve. He was a probationary sub-lieutenant and confirmed as a sub-lieutenant on 1 October 1911 (London Gazette 13 August 1912 p5999). Vincent was promoted from sub-lieutenant to lieutenant on 4 December 1913 (London Gazette 8 September 1914 p7092). In 1917 he was mentioned in dispatches by the Commander-in-Chief, Cape of Good Hope Station, describing the later coastal operations by H.M. ships against German East Africa (London Gazette 15 June 1917 p5956):
On the 21st August, in continuance of the policy of harassing Dar-es-Salaam, "Vengeance" and "Challenger" (below - Photo Ships) bombarded various gun positions; and during that night "Challenger" carried out a further bombardment, firing 50 rounds of 6-in. over the town into the railway station. On the 23rd, 26th, 28th, 30th and 31st August, and on the 1st September, other limited bombardments took place, and on the 3rd September the whalers "Pickle" (Lieutenant H. C. Davis, D.S.C., R.D., R.N.R.), "Fly" (Lieutenant D. H. H. Whitburn, R.N.R.), "Childers" (Lieutenant V. C. Large, R.N.R.), and "Echo" (Lieutenant C. J. Charlewood, D.S.C., R.N.R.), under Flag Commander the Hon. R. O. B. Bridgeman, D.S.O., simulated a landing at Upanga and attacked the front at short range from West Ferry Point to Ras Upanga. They were received with shrapnel fire from a field battery, but escaped injury.

Vincent was placed on the retired list at his own request on 20 July 1920 (London Gazette 27 July 1920 p7866), and promoted to lieutenant-commander (retired) on 4 December 1921 (London Gazette 20 December 1921 p10373).
Census & Addresses:
1891: Birkenhead, Cheshire; Vincent C Large, son, is aged 5, born in Birkenhead, Cheshire
1908: 5 Ashbourne Road, Fulwood Park, Liverpool   (Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 1908 p307)
1911: "Vessel", Poplar, London: Vincent C. Large is aged 25, born in Birkenhead, Cheshire

Death: 21 August 1975

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Mary Anne (Tyzack) Blyth

Birth: 9 October 1794

Baptism: 9 April 1807, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Elizabeth (Gildart) Tyzack

Married: Thomas Blyth on 4 August 1833, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England. Both Thomas and Mary Ann are recorded as being of All Saints parish. The marriage was witnessed by James Gray and Joseph Pearson.

Death: 6 May 1873 in Newcastle upon Tyne district, Northumberland, England

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Mary Anne (Tyzack) Rutter

Birth: 15 May 1823

Baptism: 15 June 1823, in Little Dunham, Norfolk, England
Mary Ann is recorded as the daughter of Zacharias Tissick and Susan late S. Boyse. Her father is a servant, of Lynn.

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Susan (Boyce) Tyzack

Married: John Rutter in 1850, in Kings Lynn district, Norfolk, England

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Mary Christiana (Tyzack) Robbins

Birth: 1835, in Liverpool, Lancashire, England

Baptism: 1835, in St Luke, Liverpool, Lancashire, England

Father: William Leadbitter Tyzack

Mother: Margaret (Casson) Tyzack

Married: Jasper Robbins on 27 November 1857, in Liverpool district, Lancashire, England

Children:
Death: 1900 in Birkenhead district, Cheshire, England, aged 64

Burial: 18 January 1900, in Toxteth Park cemetery, Toxteth Park, Lancashire, England, aged 64. The grave is located in Section M grave number 787. Mary was recorded as residing at 99 Bell Road, Seacombe, Wallasey.

Notes: Mary is mentioned in the will of her mother, Margaret (Casson) Tyzack in 1885

Census & Addresses:
1881: 72 Hughes Street, Everton, Lancashire
1900: 99 Bell Road, Seacombe, Wallasey, Cheshire (Index to Toxteth Park Cemetery)

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Mary Ann (Tyzack) Bennington

Birth: 1844, in Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 31 March 1844, in St Mary, Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England
Mary Ann is baptised the daughter of Zachariah Tyzack and Rebecca Parker. Zachariah is a Hair Dresser.

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Rebecca (Parker) Tyzack

Children:
Married: Henry Bennington on 10 April 1887, in St Mary & All Saints, Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England
Henry Bennington is recorded a bachelor, aged 35, the son of Abel Bennington, a miller. Henry is a turner, of Great Walsingham. Mary Ann Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 43, the daughter of Zachariah Tyzack, hairdresser. Mary Ann is of Little Walsingham. The ceremony was performed by George Ratcliffe Woodward, and witnessed by William Thomas House and Florence Emma Scott.

Henry was born in 1852 in Castle Rising, Norfolk, and was baptised on 18 April 1852 in Castle Rising, the son of Abel Bennington and Phoebe Woods. He was a turner - listed as an engineer's assistant in 1871 and an iron and brass turner engine in 1881, and a turner at his marriage in 1887. Henry died in 1923, in Walsingham district, Norfolk, aged 71.
Census:
1861: Almshouse, Castle Rising, Norfolk
1871: 119 Norfolk Street, Norwich St Margaret, Norfolk
1881: Cedar Cottages, Wadhurst, Sussex
1891: Little Walsingham, Norfolk: Henry Bennington, head, was born in Castle Rising, Norfolk
1901: Little Walsingham, Norfolk: Henry Bennington, head, is aged 49, born in Castle Rising, Norfolk. He is an Engineers Fitter & Turner
1911: Little Walsingham, Norfolk: Henry Bennington is age 59, born in Castle Rising

Occupation: Dressmaker

Death: 1922, in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England, aged 77

Census:
1851: Stonegate Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1861: Bridewell Street West Side, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1871: Bridewell Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1881: Bridewell Street West Side, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1891: Little Walsingham, Norfolk: Mary A. Bennington, wife, is aged 47, born in Little Walsingham
1901: Little Walsingham, Norfolk: Mary A. Bennington, wife, is aged 57, born in L Walsingham
1911: Little Walsingham, Norfolk: Mary Ann Bennington is aged 67, born in Little Walsingham

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Mary Ann Frances (Tyzack) Foaden

Mary Ann
                Tyzack
Mary Ann Tyzack
photo from The South African Woman's Weekly 29 May 1930
May
                Foaden and Mary Ann (Tyzack) Foaden
Mary Ann (Tyzack) Foaden (seated right) and her daughter May Foaden
photo from Chris Gosnell
Birth: 1851, in Durban, Natal

Father: Richard Webber Tyzack

Mother: Louisa (Hawkins) Tyzack

Married: Alfred Harry Foaden on 20 February 1883, at Chelmsford House (the residence of the bride's father), Durban, Natal
Alfred Harry Foaden is recorded as a bachelor of full age. He is a warehouseman, resident in Durban. Mary Ann Frances Tyzack is recorded as spinster, of full age, resident in Durban. The marriage was performed W. H. Mann, Congregational minister, and witnessed by R. W. Tyzack, Edw. Pickering, Mayor of Durban, Kate Robertson, J. G. Tyzack, R. J. W. Tyzack and E. J. Stranack.
Natal Witness 27 February 1883
Feb 20. At Chelmsford House Durban, the residence of the bride's father by the Rev W H Mann, Alfred Harry second son of the late John Foaden Esq. Of Ashburton, Devonshire, England to - Mary Ann Frances, third daughter of Mr E W Tyzack of Durban


Children: Addresses: 
1899: 116 St. George's Street, Durban.
1916: 88 North Ridge Road, Durban (from death record of son Frank)

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Mary Jane Tyzack

Birth: 7 November 1852, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: William Baker Tyzack

Mother: Charity (Juby) Tyzack

Death: 1937

Notes:
According to Sands & McDougall of 1892 & 1893 she resided at Auburn Road, Hawthorn and in 1894 at 99 Auburn Road although a check of the Hawthorn rate books failed to find her as either an owner or occupier? Coincidentally Mary's sister Maria was first listed in 1894 and from that year onward Mary Jane wasn't listed but Maria was, at least up until 1910?

In 1899, Mary Jane was appointed an executrix of her father's estate, and her address at that time is listed as Cranmore street, Hawthorn (the same address as her late father)   (The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 August 1889 p14).

According to a letter written by Mary's sister-in-law Maria Helen Tyzack to her son Walter Eric Baker Tyzack on the 14th of October 1932, Mary was apparently blind. "I have been sending Mary four or five pounds a year extra but there is no obligation only because she is blind."

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Minnie (Tyzack) Youell

Birth: 8 July 1861, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 11 July 1897, in St Peter, Ketteringham, Norfolk, England
Minnie is baptised the daughter of Edward and Charlotte Tyzack, hairdresser of Wells, Norfolk. She was born on 8 July 1861.

Father: Edward Tyzack

Mother: Charlotte Ann (Beats) Tyzack

Married: Harry Thomas Youell on 8 August 1889 in the Congregational Church, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Harry was born in 1864 in Beccles, Suffolk, the son of Henry and Hannah Youell. He was a railway clerk and later a station master. Harry died in 1939, in North Walsham district, Norfolk, aged 75.
Census:
1871: Beccles, Suffolk
1881: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1891: 16 Providence Terrace, Swaffham, Norfolk
1901: Wendling, Norfolk: Harry T Youell is aged 36, born in Beccles, Suffolk. He is a railway station master.
1911: North Walsham, Norfolk: Harry Thomas Youell is aged 46, born in Beccles, Suffolk
1918: Station House, Cromer, Norfolk   (Commonwealth War Graves Commission)

Children: Occupation: Teacher

Death: 1934, in Smallburgh district, Norfolk, England, aged 73

Census:
1871: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1881: High Street, Wells, Norfolk
1891: 16 Providence Terrace, Swaffham, Norfolk
1901: Wendling, Norfolk: Minnie Youell is aged 39, born in Wells, Norfolk
1911: North Walsham, Norfolk: Minnie Youell is aged 49, born in Wells, Norfolk
1918: Station House, Cromer, Norfolk   (Commonwealth War Graves Commission)

Sources:

Natalia (Tyzack) Stranack

Natalia
                (Tyzack) Stranack
Natalia (Tyzack) Stranack
Birth: 16 May 1850, in Durban, Natal
Natalia was born just two weeks after her parents arrived in Natal aboard the Edward which arrived in Durban on 2 May 1850, after 112 days at sea. It must have seemed like the nick of time to her mother! For most of that time they stayed in the immigrant's camp, but her father managed to rent a room in Pine Crescent, on the corner of Stanger street, just in time for Natalia's birth.

Baptism: 27 October 1850, in the Wesleyan-Methodist Chapel, Durban, Natal
Natalia is recorded as the daughter of Richard Webber and Louisa Tyzack, born on 16 May 1850. The baptism was performed by W. C. Holden.

Father: Richard Webber Tyzack

Mother: Louisa (Hawkins) Tyzack

Married: William Stranack on 1 November 1871, in the Congregational Church, Durban, Natal
William Stranack is recorded as a bachelor, aged 24. He is a salesman, resident in Durban. Natalia Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 21, resident in Durban. The marriage was performed by W. H. Mann, minister, and witnessed by R. W. Tyzack, J. W. Stranack and Louisa Emily Tyzack.
Grahamstown Journal 17 November 1871:
MARRIAGE
A large number of persons – principally young ladies – attended in the Congregational Church yesterday morning to witness the marriage of Mr. W. STRANACK to Miss TYZACK, second daughter of Mr. W. TYZACK, one of our oldest and most highly respected fellow-colonists and fellow-townsmen.

Children: Death: 5 June 1875, aged 25, at her residence West Street (East), Durban, Natal.
Natal Witness 11 June 1875
June 5. Stranack, Natalia ,f, 25,5-June-1875,11-June-1875, At her residence West Street (East), Durban. The beloved wife of Mr William Stranack & daughter of Mr R W Tyzack of Durban,


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Peregrine Tyzack

Baptism: 17 September 1770, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Ann (Kemp) Tyzack

Burial: 21 September 1770 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, infant

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Peregrine Tyzack

Baptism: 21 October 1771, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Ann (Kemp) Tyzack

Burial: 12 December 1771, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, infant

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Perla Rowe Tyzack

Birth: 12 April 1893

Father: Joseph George Tyzack

Mother: Eunice Gertrude (Rowe) Tyzack

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Phyllis Baden Tyzack

Birth: 22 December 1898

Father: Joseph George Tyzack

Mother: Eunice Gertrude (Rowe) Tyzack

Death: 18 November 1923

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Queenie (Tyzack) Ayton

Father: Charles Thomas Tyzack

Mother: Frances (Lofflyn) Tyzack

Married: Robert Ayton

Notes:
South Africa Magazine 24 October 1903
BIRTHS
AYTON-On October 10, at Durban, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ayton, a son.


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Rebecca (Tyzack) Hullock

Baptism: 1 August 1725 in Saint Helens, Lancashire, England

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Hannah (Hendrick) Tyzack

Married: to John Hullock on 2 September 1744 in Regory by St. Pauls, London, England

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Rebecca Parker Tyzack

Baptism: 14 November 1835, in St Mary, Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England
Rebecca Parker is baptised the daughter of Zechariah and Ebecca Tyzack.Zechariah is a hair dresser.

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Rebecca (Parker) Tyzack

Death: 18 November 1835

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Rebecca Mary Tyzack

Birth: 1839, in Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 14 January 1839, in St Mary, Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England
Rebecca Mary is baptised the daughter of Zachariah Tyzack and Rebecca Parker. Zachariah is a hair dresser.

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Rebecca (Parker) Tyzack

Occupation: Servant (1861, 1891), House Keeper (1881)

Notes: In 1881, Rebecca was keeping house for her younger sister, Louisa (Tyzack) Fenn, who was widowed with three young children. In 1903, Rebecca was the executor granted probate of the will of her uncle, William Valentine Tyzack who had died in February 1887.

Death: 1910, in Norwich district, Norfolk, aged 71

Census:
1841: Little Walsingham, Norfolk: Rebecca Tyzack is aged 2, born in Norfolk
1851: Stonegate Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1861: Little Hockham, Hockham, Norfolk
1881: Market Place, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1891: Bramerton, Norfolk: Rebecca M. Tyzack, servant, is aged 51, born in New Walsingham, Norfolk
1901: Bramerton, Norfolk: Rebecca M., servant, is aged 62, born in Little Walsingham. She is a housemaid domestic.

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Richard Tyzack

Birth: 16 June 1798

Baptism: 6 September 1798, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Mary (Leadbitter) Tyzack

Death: 13 May 1799, aged 11 months

Burial: 15 May 1799, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Sources:

Richard Webber Tyzack

Richard Webber Tyzack
Richard Webber Tyzack (c1866)

Richard
                Webber Tyzack
Richard Webber Tyzack
scan by Chris Gosnell of photo in possession of Esme Fuller
Birth: 23 September 1817

Baptism: 29 September 1817, in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Richard Webber Tyzack is recorded as the son of Charles Tyzack, hairdresser, and Frances Webber, both of Wells. Richard was born on 23 September.

Father: Charles Tyzack

Mother: Francis (Webber) Tyzack

Married: Louisa Hawkins on 9 January 1844 in Spitalfields Church of Christ, Stepney, Middlesex, England. The marriage was witnessed by Edward John Elener and Susannah Lucking. Richard is recorded as a General Postman, of full age, of 5 Charles Street, the son of a hairdresser. Louisa is recorded as being of full age, of 5 Charles Street, the daughter of a builder.

Children: Occupation: Postman, Tailor and Town Councillor

Milestones: Notes:
The South African Woman's Weekly 29 May 1930
IN THE OLD DAYS The Tyzack Mark in Durban's Progress
By GWEN CLARKE
The origin of the Tyzack family is interesting. Descendants of the noble family of du Thisaic of Lorraine became refugees and settled at Stourbridge, in Worcester, preferring to sacrifice home, country and wealth for liberty to worship their God in freedom. Thus the Edict of Nantes sent out of France another family to bring their devoutness, their industry, and their talents to an adopted land. In Lorraine the du Thissaics possessed the right and secret of making wonderful stained glass windows which were famous throughtout the Province. In Stourbridge they became glassblowers.
  Richard Webber Tyzack, who was born at Wells, in Norfolk, decided, in 1849, that he would do better in the much talked-of new colony of Natal. In the barque, Edward, he sailed from London in January 1850, together with his wife and three children, to arrive on May 4, at Port Natal, after a voyage of 112 days. Among their shipmates were Mr. and Mrs. George Pay with their young family.
From the Point in a Buck Wagon
  When they landed at the Point, Mrs. Tyzack with the younger two children came on up to Durban town in a buck wagon. Her husband walked, and the eldest boy, Richard, was carried up by G.C. Cato on his back. Arrived at the town, there was no house for them; but a tent was found where they stayed for a week or two. Then Mr. Tyzack hired a room in one of the houses in Pine Terrace at the corner of Stanger Street, opposite the present gaol. The immigrants' camp was beyond, on a cleared patch of ground among the bush and swamps. And here, a fortnight after landing in a strange land, Mrs. Tyzack gave birth to a daughter.
  It was not long, however, before Richard Tyzack was able to get better quarters, for when the Minerva was wrecked a little later in the year his family were living in a comfortable thatched cottage in Union Street, and many of the wrecked passengers were looked after by kind Mrs. Tyzack. indeed, the chief recollection that many of the previous generation have of Mr. and Mrs. Tyzack is their great kindness and hospitality, especially to strangers.
  Mrs. Foaden, senior, who was Miss Mary Ann Tyzack, has many interesting recollections of old D'Urban and her childhood.
Recollections of Old D'Urban
  The old gaol was in West Street, between School Lane and Plowright Lane, and it was quite a common sight for the prisoners to be seen with their faces against the barred windows wishing for their vanished freedom. There was only one Government School then, and Miss Annie MacLaren, who is well remembered by many a matron of by-gone days, taught the little Miss Tyzacks. That school was beyond the big swamp at the bottom of Field Street - a swamp which stretched as far at the Prince of Wales Hotel. On the corner opposite the present Criterion Theatre was Royston's sawmill - the miller himself was another of the "crusty old diehards" who believed that children should be seen and not heard. When the tide was high the drain that passed the sawmill was crossed by a plank, as it was too deep for children to wade through.
  Mr. Savery Pinsent, one of the early Mayors of the town, lived in a cottage next door to the Tyzack home in Union Street. He was a bachelor, and his house looked as if never duster, broom, nor mop was used upon it. His meals he toko at Elliott's boarding house which was at the corner of West and Union Streets.
  From Union Street, the Tyzacks moved to a house in West Street. It was there that they were living when the Umgeni swamped the town in 1857 after four days of continuous heavy rain. The water rushed through the house setting light furniture afloat; and the children were perched on tables to keep them out of the wet. John Sanderson, artist and merchant, has several amusing sketches <indecipherable> worthies abroad in the tempest.
Natal's First Sewing Machine
  Mr. Tyzack owned the first sewing machine imported into Natal. It was a great heavy machine of clumsy construction but it was a great attraction to the townspeople, and brought a great deal of business to Mr. Tyzack. A frequent visitor at that time was Mr. Benjamin Greenacre, who was welcomed by the hospitable couple when he was a lonely stranger in Durban.
  West Street in those forgotten days was not all stores and offices. Dwelling houses thrust themselves between shop and office, and their gardens made gay splashes of colour among the dark bush and white-washed buildings. Madame Vaudam had a fine house on West Street, with a balcony on which shuttered windows opened in the cool of the day; this was next door to Payne Bros.' first shop. The Bon Marche now occupies that site. Old Darby's junk shop attracted the children always, as they never knew what they would get out of the jumbled stuff which the old man boasted would supply anything from a needle to an anchor or a plough to a kitchen knife.
  When the railway to Umgeni was opened, in 1867, the whole town made holiday and celebrated the occasion. All the children had new dresses and hats. But visitors did not travel by rail to Umgeni that day. They packed themselves on to the useful ox-wagon and creaked over the sandy ruts, arriving on the banks of the Umgeni after an hour's journey ready to join in the frolic of the day. The greatest fun was caused by the bun and treacle race for the Natives. The buns were hung on strings from a crossbar and the Natives stood underneath on a platform with hands tied behind their backs trying to grab with their teeth at the buns which had been smothered in treacle. Treacle ran over the boy's faces, down their necks, into their ears and their hair as they tried to get the bobbing buns into their mouths. All D'Urban rocked with mirth until its sides ached at this sticky spectacle, which is Mr. Joseph Tyzack's first remembrance of any public celebration before he was six years old.
Circuses in D'Urban
  Sometimes a circus came to D'Urban and was allowed to camp on a marshy plot where the Natal Bank was erected later. The Tyzack children were never allowed to go, but on their way to school they never failed to wriggle under the tent to have a look at the forbidden enchanting entertainment. But all they ever saw was the sawdust and, perhaps, the clown climbing through a paper hoop.
  Market was held on the land where the Post Office is now. It was a hot sandy swamp fenced with wattle poles to keep out the sand. The auctioneer had a little wooden hut on wheels and from this perch sold whatever came along - whether cabbages, ivory, leopard skins, an old cow or a couple of hens.
  When the Boys' High School was moved from Cato C
r<indecipherable> building in Smith Street, now the C.I.D. Headquarters, the old school was turned into iceworks by Mr. Atkinson. Children found this an attractive place, for ice was something new and forbidden. Pennies bought small blocks of ice in those days and the little plutocrats wishing to their friends "proud," offered an ecstatic lick of the fast melting block to the lucky chosen.
  Mr. R. W. Tyzack, his wife, and Mr. Peter Lennox were the founders of the first Smith Street Congregational Church. When the Tyzacks arrived in D'Urban church services were held under the big fig trees in Smith Street behind the house where Benjamin Greenacre and his wife lived a few years later and opposite the Prince of Wales Hotel. the first Congregational minister christened Mary Ann Tyzack in the 'fifties.
  The goodness and kindness of the Tyzacks is well illustrated by this extract from the "Leisure Hour" magazine dated January 10, 1863:
  "Mr. W. C. Baldwin, F.R.G.S., in an article entitled 'African hunting from Natal to the Zambezi' speaks of his return to Durban from an extended hunting tour during which he and his companions suffered extreme privation from sickness. He proceeds: 'We were all, I think, carried out of the wagons in Durban more dead than alive, and I shall never forget the very great kindness and attention I received from Mr. and Mrs. Tyzack, to whose home I first went on landing in the Colony, and where I was now taken. In the course of a few weeks I was able to go up to Pietrmaritzburg for change of air.'"
  This extract was sent to Mrs. Tyzack by a friend who was in England during the year 1863 and saw the article referred to which she thought would interest Mr. Baldwin's hostess in D'Urban.
Seacows Near Durban North
  Crocodiles were often seen in the Umgeni where its banks were bordered by high rushes and grasses, and many narrow escapes were reported by the pioneers when crossing the river. The Tyzacks several times visited friends who lived across the Umgeni and at Umhlanga, and each time felt relieved when the oxen splashed through without sight of the dreaded crocodile. But the seacows which they saw in the lake not far from Durban North interested them vry much - they were seeing in the hide a meat that they often ate - seacow bacon, a pioneer dainty.
  The Town Gardens were then sand dunes, covered with reeds, aplms and bush. To keep the sand from the road level the banks were fenced with sticks and latticed with small boughs. The other side of the road was fenced in the same way surrounding the buildings then in front of a very different St. Pauls Church than the one which to-day faces the tramway Offices. At the side of St. Paul's was a small wood and iron building called "Mechanics' Institute." A Mrs. Milne, afterwards Mrs. Gardiner, was in charge of the library, and for many years Mr. R. W. Tyzack was Hon. Treasurer to the Mechanics' Institute. This little society of over 60 years ago was the foundation of the present Municipal Library of Durban. Mr. tyzack took great interest in its work, and was never too busy to undertake any affair in connection with it.
  Wher the Tyzacks lived in West Street the town suddenly ended, and between them and the sea was nothing but dense bush and enormously high sand dunes. The bush was full of attractions and dangers - snakes, monkeys, leopards, wild fruits, monkey-rope swings and birds, which the boys were foreverhoping to catch with snare and bird-lime. This bush extended from the Point to the Umgeni and beyond.
Christmas in the Early Days
  At Christmastime the Tyzack family would pack themselves into an ox-wagon and travel along the Zululand road across the Umgeni, the most fearsome part of the journey, which the children found exciting from start to finish. It was to the home of the Watsons - a house built near the mouth of the Umgeni in that part of Durban North called Beachwood - that the Tyzacks journeyed for christmas festivities, which were as near to those of dear old England as buxom bustling housewives could achieve in sunny Natal. But what the children enjoyed even more than the richest of plum puddings were the great dishes of green mealies, hot and buttery and tender....Mary Ann and Joe Tyzack still remember those dainties of days that have long been folded into the book of Time many, many years ago...

George Russell, in The History of Old Durban and Reminiscences of an Emigrant of 1850 p123 writes:
Harry Milner, of Milner Brothers, owning the Erven on the opposite side (11 and 12, Block K) cut up "Union Street," and sold the land on both sides in small sub divisions. It was on one of these lots that Mr. R. W. Tyzack set up his tent dwelling and tailor's shop.  His trim garden, wattled in, extended to Pine Terrace, and it was from this humble abode that he and his wife obtained and distributed relief to the shipwrecked Minerva.

Durban 1824-1910: The Formation of a Settler Elite and its Role in the Development of a Colonial City p96 (Anna Christina Bjorvig, 1994) :
Richard Webber Tyzack who arrived in 1850 had to support his wife, Louisa, and children as a tailor in a tent set up in Union Street (Block K, Erf 14). The property was leased from the Durban Town Council, and had a value of 14 in 1855. Tyzack, serving as Councillor from 1861 and as Mayor in 1866, gained more wealth so that by 1877 he had acquired Lot 5 in Block L worth 1 080 . By 1884 the same property amounted to the total rateable value of 1 350. At his death in 1895 only property worth 1 130 was left to his wife and 7 children.

Richard Tyzack became involved in city politics. We see this evidence of his political views, also written in The History of Old Durban and Reminiscences of an Emigrant of 1850 (p230)
This tampering with our possessions was regarded with so much suspicion that the Mayor called a public meeting to take a vote on the subject. The meeting was held in Mr. R. Acutt's Auction Mart on the 21st September [1855]. The question submitted was, "Should a portion of the Town Lands be sold to furnish funds for the Corporation?" An animated heated discussion took place, for and against, while many present advocated leasing only. The views of the opposition were voiced by Mr. R. W. Tyzack who "looked upon the present scheme as only an attempt to insert the thin end of the wedge, and warned the meeting against tampering with the inheritance of their children, to gratify the cupidity and ambition of a class." The meeting, having regard to the present heavy rates, and the benefit posterity would derive from an improved town, decided by a large majority to sell.  It was on this occasion that an equally enthusiastic burgess, in opposing Mr Tyzack, amused the meeting and astonished himself by shouting, "What good has posterity done for us I should like to know?"

In 1863, Richard was elected to the Town Council, representing Ward 1. He was twice appointed as mayor of Durban in times of political turmoil. In 1866, the mayor, Mr. John Hunt, resigned after a town meeting, held to protest the terms of purchase of the Town Office building, accused the council of "wantonly misappropriating the Borough funds and requesting the Council to negotiate with Mr Keys for the cancellation of the purchase". On 12 March 1866, after several nominations for the post of Mayor which the gentlemen nominated would not accept Mr. R. W. Tyzack was duly elected.  Tyzack attempted to negotiate the cancellation of the agreement, but could not agree on cancellation terms and eventually the purchase proceeded on renegotiated terms. On 4 August 1866, Mr. John Harvey was elected mayor, but he, too, resignedon 18 June 1867, as a result of public discontent with his negotiation of loan terms between the Durban Corporation and the London and South Africa Bank. On 1 July 1867, Richard Tyzack was elected mayor again, to see the council through new elections held on 13 July 1867, at which he, along with most of the existing council, failed to be re-elected.

Death: 28 August 1895, in Durban, Natal, aged 78

Obituary:
Natal Mercury 29 August 1895
IN MEMORIAM
RICHARD WEBBER TYZACK
  It is with faltering pen and in deep grief that we approach the unwelcome task of writing an obituary of one who has been for so many years connected with the Natal Mercury and its publishers, and who took a more than ordinary interest in the newspaper and its welfare. No firm could have a more loyal and zealous assistant, or one more ready to act as well as to give good advice. Mr Tyzack, by his identification, by his personal regard, and by his long connection, had become a part of the Mercury establishment, and was not only reverenced, but looked to as an example and as an embodiment of all that is true and just.

When, therefore, the usually hale old man had to leave the office last Friday morning, confessing, which he was hardly ever known to do before, that he was not feeling himself, it will be understood there was concern amongst his confreres. Little was it suspected, however, that we should never again have the satisfaction of seeing him in all his remarkable energy engaged with us in the daily avocation. Usually so vigorous, he did not himself, for two days, realise how ill he was, and then only was it that he called in Dr. Prince. All that was possible by medical skill, by the tender solicitude and attention of his good wife, and by the care of others, was ineffectual, and it became apparent that congestion of the lungs, which followed a cold, had laid firm hold of him. On Tuesday night he was reported a little better, but on Wednesday morning a sad change was noticeable, and Dr. Prince had reluctantly to announce that he must give up hope. Dr. Campbell was called in to consult, but it was in vain, and "dear old friend Tyzack," as he has been affectionately called, quietly departed this life shortly after one o'clock yesterday afternoon.

If ever a man, by reason of his integrity in this world, and his supreme faith in the future, has reaped his reward in the world beyond, that man is the one whose loss we and the whole community deplore. He set himself a high standard of life, and he lived up to it consistently, known of all men and respected. To him Christianity was real and tangible, and he worked for it indefatigably. The Congregationalists lose one of their pillars, for he was one of the only three living - the other two being his wife and Mr. P. Lennox - who founded the Smith Street Congregationalist Church, helped to arrange for the building, worshipped in it with rare regularity, assisted in its services, and worked in connection with its affairs in numerous ways right up to the last. In the Sunday school, too, he took great and direct interest, for he was intensely fond of the little ones. He was not only a teacher for a long number of years, but was also superintendent of the morning school, and there are hundreds of men and women now in all parts of South Africa who will with deep sorrow learn of his death, for they, in their youth, had learnt much from him, and had also learnt to love the man. As further testifying his interest in the young, he established, and for a long time continued to conduct, a band of hope, often, when other helpers failed, taking the whole working of the institution on his own shoulders. It will therefore be realised how great was his interest in the Smith Street Congregational Church and its institutions. Indeed, it may be said that next to his own home the church most occupied his leisure thoughts, and that the pastors, deacons, congregation, teachers and scholars will sadly miss and mourn him.

He was not afraid of thoroughly espousing any cause he took in hand, and had always a ready answer for any remark affecting his principles. Those principles were dear to him, but with this tenacity for them he had also a broad catholicity of spirit, and it was probably this that caused his opinions and himself to be held in such high esteem even by those who differed from him. He was very firm on the temperance question, being a pronounced total abstainer, and was always ready to speak at temperance meetings, and to urge, in a quiet and sincere manner, upon any who approached him or needed counsel, the necessity and advantages of abstinence. So considerately did he do this this that even those engaged in the liquor trade respected his views and treated him as the worthy man he was. In adherence to principle, and in his walk in life, he was indeed a pattern, and a man whom to know was to esteem.

But he did not confine himself to social matters and social questions. No man was prouder of Durban and of the Colony of Natal than was Mr. Tyzack. Often has he been twitted upon not re-visiting the Old Country, and then he would reverently remove his hat and speak earnestly for the fair land of his adoption, saying it had treated him kindly, that he loved its skies, and as he had been content to live, so he would be content to die, under them. His wish has been realised. It used to be his boast that he had never crossed the bar, and, until a year or two ago, no persuasion would make him yield; but when the Tantallon Castle first arrived, he was induced for the first time to cross the bar to see that fine steamer. The contrast to him was great, for recollections arose of May 4, 1850, when he sailed from England in the emigrant sailing ship, Edward; and further contrast was afforded as he gazed upon the expanding town and house-dotted suburbs, and compared the present with the uncultivated hills and the rough sand dunes of the town when he landed. There must also have been satisfaction in the knowledge that he had done his part in transforming the town from an arid waste to a well-formed and ever-improving borough. He, in fact, was amongst those who laid the foundation of Durban as we now find it.

Engaged in business as a tailor, his mind dwelt on the potentialities of Durban, and, manifesting an interest in its affairs, he soon began to be recognised as a man who could be of service. Thus, in 1863, he entered the Town Council, and continued uninterruptedly as a member till the end of the municipal year in 1867. His talents in administration, which in other ways have since been much in request, were recognised by his fellow councillors, and in 1865-66 he was elected to preside over the borough as Mayor (the tenth to that date appointed), a position which, we have been told, he worthily upheld. It will thus be seen that he took an exceedingly active and prominent part in laying those foundations upon which this beautiful town has been built, and therefore his pride in the town and its great progress can be well understood.

There are many other public and private offices in which he did good and useful work for the town and for individuals. The Public Library and Reading-Room, for instance, had an old and staunch supporter and worker in him, and, as showing his keen interest in that useful institution and the regard in which his services were held, he was for about 20 years continuously elected as treasurer, a post he honoured.

His clear head and powers of administration were in great request in connection with private estates, and many there were, and some very involved, that he successfully took in hand, discharging his trust with the faithfulness and regard to exactness that were so prominently his characteristics. At the time of his death he had several trusteeships unfinished, and so methodical was he that all his papers are in excellent order, so that the work can be carried on without trouble by those to whom they are handed.

It was this particular trait of his charcter that made him so valuable a member of the commercial staff of the Natal Mercury, for which, as is well known, he has for a long number of years been the collector of accounts. A more considerate and successful collector it would be difficult to find, and he gave offence to none. It was the pursuit of these and allied duties that made him so well known in town. The manner in which the grey-headed old man of 78 years skipped about and jumped on and off the tramcars without calling a halt was often the subject of admiration to those acquainted with him, and of surprise to strangers.

Often has the writer heard it remarked that he was a grand example to young men a third of his age. Blessed with good health, a well-matured physique, thanks to his regular habits, he possessed uncommon energy, and his briskness was a standing protest against the subjects of "Natal fever," a term he always regarded with justifiable derision. Up at 5 o'clock every morning - it was his boast that the town clock never beat him at that hour - he regularly performed an astonishing day's work, and we can well understand the advocates of temperence pointing to him as a grand example and living exponent.

Enthusiasm was part of his nature, and many are living who remember the earnestness with which he has addressed large political gatherings in this town at election and other times. Believing so thoroughly in the capabilities of the Colony, it is almost superfluous to state that he was an ardent supporter and worker for the obtaining of responsible government. Well does the writer remember the sparkle of his eyes and the glow of pride with which he took Sir John Robinson by the hand and congratulated him when the victory was won. It was a great day for him, and he gloried in living to see it, in conjunction with his chief, whom he had known from boyhood. His addresses at the public meetings referred to were characterised by great fervour, and, as he spoke out of the depths of his experience, he told upon the audience.

His affection for old friends was intense, and, as one after another fell from the ranks, it was easy to see how acutely he felt the loss. He made it a duty to show his esteem to the last by attending their funerals, and now to-day his old friends, and his friends of a younger generation, will be at the grave-side, paying the last tokens of respect to a worthy citizen, a good man, and a sincere friend.

To his wife - for a more affectionate couple, ever regardful of each other's interests, could not be found - the bereavement, after a half a century's sojourn together, will be a great trial, and she will have the sympathy of all. Mr. Tyzack was a pattern father, and the eight children (one of whom has pre-deceased him) held him in veneration. There were four sons - Messrs. Richard, Charles, William, and Joseph - and four daughters, one of whom is the wife of the present Town Clerk of Maritzburg. One son and one daughter are in the Transvaal. There are a large number of grand-children, and of these the deceased was passionately fond. With all there will be sincere sympathy in their breeavement.

As showing the great esteem in which Mr. Tyzack was held, flags in town (including one at the Town Hall) were half-masted, some of the stores were draped in black, and some had shutters closed yesterday afternoon. These outward signs of respect were well deserved, for the town has lost a citizen of whom it had cause to be proud, a man of sterling character, and one whom to know was to esteem.

A little more than 78 years ago, he was born in the town of Wells, Norfolk; he came to Natal in the full flush of manhood, and has spent his life in the Colony veritably doing unto his neighbour as he would be done by. Reference has been made to his fondness of the little ones, and this was particularly manifested in connection with the Congregational school treats, when he literally became one of them and laboured hard to promote their enjoyment. Appropriate is it, therefore, that the children at present attending the school should be in the cortege this afternoon, and they are requested to meet at the church at 3.30 to attend the funeral, which takes place at 4 o'clock.

When the flag at the Mercury office yesterday afternoon was placed at half-mast, it was another hand that performed a duty which Mr. Tyzack so sadly and affectionately did for others many a time. The activities of life are over for him. He is gone and we mourn his loss; but in the Mercury office, as in many other circles, he will be tenderly remembered. Richard Webber Tyzack (indecipherable)


Funeral Notice:
Dated 29 August 1895, probably in the Natal Mercury:
NOTICE
THE FUNERAL of the late RICHARD W. TYZACK will leave his late Residence, King Street, East End, THIS AFTERNOON at 4 o'clock.

Friends are kindly invited to attend.
THOS. DREW, Undertaker.
Durban, Aug 29, 1895


Addresses:
1844: 5 Charles St, London   (marriage certificate)
1873: Cato Manor, Natal  (marriage of daughter Louisa)
1876: Mount Pleasant, Berea, Durban, Natal   (marriage of daughter Eliza)
1883: 116 Chelmsford House, Durban   (marriage of daughter Mary Ann)
1895: King Street, East End, Durban   (funeral notice)

Sources:

Richard James Webber Tyzack

Richard
                James Webber Tyzack
Richard James Webber Tyzack
Birth: 1845 in Shoreditch district, Middlesex, England

Father: Richard Webber Tyzack

Mother: Louisa (Hawkins) Tyzack

Married: Mary Allas Barr on 8 May 1873 in the home of Matthew Barr, Verulam, Natal.
Richard James Webber Tyzack is recorded as a bachelor, aged 27. He is a wagon maker, resident in Durban. Mary Allas Barr is recorded as a spinster, aged 20, resident in Verulam. The marriage was performed by Charles Harmon, and witnessed by Matthew Barr, R.W. Tyzack, Mary Ann Frances Tyzack and F. Ireland.

Mary was born on 6 August 1853. She was baptised Mary Alice Barr on 11 September 1853 in the Wesleyan-Methodist chapel of Durban, the daughter of Matthew Barr and Hannah Fowler of the Perseverance district of Durban. Mary died on 1 March 1927 and is buried at the farm Nicorel, in Potgietersrust district, Transvaal, South Africa.

Children: Occupation: Wagon maker

Sources:

Richard Webber Gascoigne Tyzack

Birth: 24 May 1906, in Durban, Natal, South Africa

Father: William Henry Tyzack

Mother: Agnes Stennett (Roff) Tyzack

Education: Michaelhouse

Married: Joyce Harriett Gwendoline (Jervis-Butter) Hill on 19 May 1934, in Nigel, Transvaal, South Africa

Occupation: Farm manager; mine surveyor

Death: 6 September 1935, at New Goldfields Hotel, Main Road, Nigel, Transvaal, South Africa, aged 29 years and 3 months

Obituary:
S. Michael's Chronicle December 1935 p70
     RICHARD WEBBER GASCOIGNE TYZACK.
  Richard Tyzack entered Michaelhouse in February, 1922, and left at Easter, 1924. During his last year he played for the School at Rugger and Cricket, being awarded his second colours at both games. He was in the Matriculation Form when he left, and his bright, cheerful character made him a popular figure.
  After leaving Michaelhouse he worked in Durban for a time with his father, and then managed a farm in the Mkuzi district of Zululand. Several years ago he was attracted to a job in the mines, and recently married. His death came as a great shock to his relatives and many friends
.

Addresses:
1935: Main Road, Nigel, Transvaal

Sources:

Robert Tyzack

Baptism: 1620 in Newcastle, Northumberland, England

Father: Samuel Tyzack

Married: Jane Brewster on 28 July 1646 in Newcastle, Northumberland, England

Children: Sources:

Robert Tyzack

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Jane (Brewster) Tyzack

Married: Ursula Milburn on 29 May 1689 in Hebron, Northumberland, England

Children: Occupation: Broadglassmaker

Notes:
Robert's name is spelt as Robearte in some sources.

Sources:

Robert Tyzack

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Ursula (Milburn) Tyzack

Married: Hannah Hendrick on 13 August 1724 in Rainford, Lancashire, England

Children: Death: 23 November 1740, in Howden Pans, Northumberland

Occupation: Broadglassmaker

Sources:

Robert Tyzack

Baptism: 11 February 1759, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Anne (Taylor) Tyzack

Married: Elizabeth Gildart on 12 October 1786 in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England
Elizabeth was born in 1760/1. She was buried on 11 January 1829 in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, aged 63. Her abode is listed as Glass Houses, St Lawrence, Newcastle upon Tyne

Children:
Death: Salt Meadows, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Buried: 18 May 1834, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England, aged 76. His abode is listed as Salt Meadows.

Sources:

Robert Tyzack

Baptism: 3 January 1766, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Ann (Kemp) Tyzack

Sources:

Robert Tyzack

Birth: 22 March 1795

Baptism: 26 April 1795, in St. Mary, Marylebone, London

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Elizabeth (_____) Tyzack

Death: 1864, in Marylebone district, Middlesex, England

Census:
1841: St Marylebone, Middlesex: Robert Tyzack is aged 40 (rounded down to the nearest 5 years), born in Middlesex
1851: Robert Tyzack, head, is aged 48, born in Marylebone, Middlesex

Sources:

Robert Leyburn Tyzack

Birth: 1826, in Bramley by Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Baptism: 21 August 1826, in Bramley by Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Father: William Taylor Tyzack

Mother: Margaret (Laybourne) Tyzack

Married: Mary Ann Gill in 1851, in Leeds district, West Riding of Yorkshire, England
Mary was born in 1829, in Malton, North Riding of Yorkshire and baptised on 20 May 1829 in St Leonard, Malton, the daughter of John and Hannah Gill.

Children:
Occupation: Grocer

Death: 1911, in Leeds district, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, aged 84

Census:
1881: 11 Claremont Place, Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire
1901: Leeds district, Yorkshire; Robert S. Tyzack is aged 73, born in Bramley, Yorkshire, a retired grocer.

Sources:

Robert Zechariah Tyzack

Birth: 1833, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 16 May 1833, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Robert Zechariah is baptised the son of Charles Webber and Mary Ann Tyzack. Charles Webber Tyzack is a shoemaker of Wells.

Father: Charles Webber Tyzack

Mother: Mary Ann (Newson) Tyzack

Married: Anne Foice on 10 November 1861, in Thames Ditton, Surrey, England

Anne was born in 1834/5, in Billingshurst, Sussex, and baptised on 22 March 1835 in Billingshurst, the daughter of James and Mary Foice. She died in 1905 in Portsmouth district, Hampshire, aged 71.
Census:
1841: Billingshurst, Sussex: Ann Foice is aged 5, born in Sussex
1851: Anne Foice, daughter, is aged 16, born in Billingshurst, Sussex
1871: Portsea, Hampshire
1881: 51 Telegraph Street, Portsea, Hampshire
1891: Portsea, Hampshire: Ann Tyzack, wife, is aged 57, born in Billingshurst, Sussex
1901: Portsmouth, Hampshire: Ann Tyzack, wife, is aged 67, born in Billingshurst, Sussex

Occupation: Shipwright.
Robert is recorded as a "Ship Carpenter" in the 1851 census and a "Shipwright H M Dock" in 1881. He is described as a "Civil Service Pensioner" in the 1901 census and as a "superannuated shipwright" in his probate proceedings.

Death: 18 September 1918, in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, aged 85

Probate: Granted 14 October 1918 to Alice Bridger
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar 1918 p137
TYZACK Robert Zechariah of 51 Telegraph-street Southsea Portsmouth superannuated shipwright died 18 September 1918 Probate Winchester 14 October to Alice Bridger (wife of William Oliver Bridger). Effects 320 12s.

Census:
1841: Tinkers Corner, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1871: Portsea, Hampshire
1881: 51 Telegraph Street, Portsea, Hampshire
1891: Portsea, Hampshire: Robert Tyzack, head, is aged 57, born in Wells, Norfolk
1901: Portsmouth, Hampshire: Robert Tyzack, head, is aged 67, born in Wells, Norfolk. He is a Civil Service Pensioner.
1911: Portsmouth, Hampshire: Robert Yeckariah Tyazck is aged 77, born in Wells, Norfolk
1918: 51 Telegraph Street, Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire   (England & Wales, National Probate Calendar 1918 p137)

Sources:

Robert Tyzack

Birth: 17 November 1835

Baptism: 29 December 1835, in Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk, England
Robert is recorded as the son of Zachariah and Susan Tyzack, of Norfolk Street, Lynn. His father is a labourer.

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Susan (Boyce) Tyzack

Death: 1839, in Kings Lynn district, Norfolk, England

Burial: 18 February 1839, in Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk, England
Robert is recorded as the son of Zachariah and Susan Tyzack, of North Street, Lynn.

Sources:

Samuel Tyzack

Children: Occupation: Broadglassmaker

Notes: Samuel worked with a D. Titteri.

Sources:

Sarah Matilda Tyzack

Birth: 28 August 1812

Baptism: 20 September 1812, in St. Mary, St Marylebone, London

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Elizabeth (_____) Tyzack

Sources:

Sarah Maria (Tyzack) Emmerson

Birth: 1829, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 1 December 1829
Sarah Maria is baptised the daughter of Charles Webber and Mary Ann Tyzack. Charles Webber Tyzack is a shoe maker, of Wells.

Father: Charles Webber Tyzack

Mother: Mary Ann (Newson) Tyzack

Married: Benjamin Emmerson on 10 January 1859, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Benjamin Emmerson is recorded as a bachelor, aged 22, the son of James Emmerson, labourer. He is a shoemaker, of Wells. Sarah Maria Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 26, the daughter of Charles Webber Tyzack, postman. She is a dressmaker, of Wells. The marriage was performed by John Robert Hopper, rector, and witnessed by Charles W. Tyzack and Ann Poynter.

Children: Occupation: Dressmaker

Notes: Sarah often used her middle name, Maria. The 1841 census lists her as Maria and the 1851 as Maria S. Tyzack. The 1861 and 1871 censuses has her named as Sarah and Sarah M. respectively, but the 1881, 1891 and 1901 censuses go back to Maria, and her death is registered in the name Maria.

Death: 1907, in Lincoln district, Lincolnshire, England, aged 77

Census:
1841: Tinkers Corner, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1861: East End, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1871: East End, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1881: 9 St Hugh Street, Lincoln St Swithin, Lincolnshire
1891: 9 St Hugh Street, Lincoln St Swithin, Lincolnshire
1901: Lincoln St Swithin, Lincolnshire: Maria Emmerson, wife, is aged 71, born in Wells, Norfolk

Sources:

Sarah Tyzack

Birth: 1863

Father: Richard Webber Tyzack

Mother: Louisa (Hawkins) Tyzack

Death: 1863

Sources:

Sarah Natalia (Tyzack) Rowe

Birth: 11 October 1874, in Benela, Calhoun county, Mississippi, United States
Natal Witness 8 January 1875
11 Oct. 1874. At Benela, Mississipi State, the wife of Mr C. T. Tyzack of a daughter


Father: Charles Thomas Tyzack

Mother: Frances (Lofflyn) Tyzack

Married: John Jones Rowe on 17 February 1893, privately, in Durban, Natal
John Jones Rowe is recorded as a bachelor, of full age. He is a salesman, resident in Durban. Sarah Natalia Tyzack is recorded as a spinster, aged 18, resident in Greyville. She was married with the consent of her parents. The marriage was performed by M. H. Mann, minister, and witnessed by C. T. Tyzack and M. Mann.

Children:
Headstone of John Jones Rowe and Sarah Natalie (Tyzack) Rowe
Headstone of John Jones Rowe and Sarah Natalie (Tyzack) Rowe in West Street cemetery, Durban, Natal, South Africa
photo by Jaq Benadie at eGGSA
Death: 1962

Buried: West Street cemetery, Durban, Natal, South Africa

Sources:

Sidney Colley Tyzack

Birth: 6 January 1881

Baptism: 27 June 1881, in Verulam, Natal

Father: Richard James Webber Tyzack

Mother: Mary Allas (Barr) Tyzack

Sources:

Susanna Tyzack

Baptism: 6 April 1766, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Anne (Taylor) Tyzack

Sources:

Susanna Tyzack

Birth: 24 June 1805

Baptism: 17 November 1805, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Mary (Leadbitter) Tyzack

Sources:

Timothy Tyzack

Baptism: 17 September 1727, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Hannah (Hendrick) Tyzack

Married: Anne Taylor on 5 February 1758 in St Cuthbert, Hebron, Northumberland, England
The marriage was witnessed by William Milburn, possibly a relative of Timothy's grandmother, Ursula (Milburn) Tyzack, and William Taylor.
Anne was baptised on 2 November 1731, in Hebron, Northumberland, the daughter of Thomas Taylor and Jane Tyzack. She was buried on 8 July 1797, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, at which time she was a widow.

Children:
Occupation: Glassmaker

Sources:

Timothy Tyzack

Baptism: 21 March 1768, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Ann (Kemp) Tyzack

Married: Elizabeth _____
Elizabeth was born in 1775/6, in Marylebone, Middlesex. She died in 1852, in Marylebone district, Middlesex.
Census:
1841: St Marylebone, Middlesex: Elizabeth Tyzack is aged 65 (rounded down to the nearest 5 years), born in Middlesex
1851: Elez Tyzack, mother, is aged 75, born in Marylebone, Middlesex

Children:

Occupation: Bricklayer

Will: dated 17 June 1831
Timothy Tyzack, bricklayer, of No. 5 Bowling Green Lane, Marylebone, left everything to Elizabeth, his wife. The will was witnessed by William Bult and Edward Chamberlain.

Sources:

Timothy Tyzack

Baptism: 12 February 1769, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Anne (Taylor) Tyzack

Married: Mary Leadbitter on 8 October 1796 in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England. Mary was born at Threepwood, Warden, Northumberland and baptised on 25 August 1765 in St Cuthbert, Haydon, Northumberland, the daughter of William Leadbitter and Elizabeth Arrowsmith.

Children:
Occupation: Glassmaker

Address:
1799: Glass Houses, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland (Burial record of son Richard)
1802: Glass Houses, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland (Burial record of son Timothy)
1813: Glasshouses, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland (baptism records of children Joseph and Jane)

Sources:

Timothy Tyzack

Birth: 3 April 1798

Baptism: 20 May 1798, in St. Mary, St Marylebone, London

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Elizabeth Tyzack

Sources:

Timothy Tyzack

Birth: June/July 1801

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Mary (Leadbitter) Tyzack

Death: 7 May 1802, aged 10 months

Burial: 9 May 1802, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Sources:

Ursula (Tyzack) Graham

Baptism: 27 February 1730 in Howden Pans, Northumberland, England

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Hannah (Hendrick) Tyzack

Married: John Graham on 2 November 1758 in Wallsend, Northumberland, England.
This marriage was witnessed by Ursula's brother-in-law and fellow mariner of the bridegroom, John Hullock. Henry Bing is listed as a bondsman.

Sources:

Usselie Tyzack

Baptism: 30 November 1734 in Wallsend, Northumberland, England

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Hannah (Hendrick) Tyzack

Sources:

William Tyzack

Baptism: 27 August 1758, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Ann (Kemp) Tyzack

Marriage: Mary _____
(possibly Mary Camp, guessing from the middle name of their eldest daughter)

Mary was born in 1762/3. She was buried on 25 June 1835 in Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk. At that time, Mary Tyzack is recorded as a widow, aged 72, resident in Jews' Lane, Lynn.

Occupation: Gunsmith

Children: Burial: 27 February 1828, in Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk, England
William Tyzack is recorded as a gunsmith, of Jews' Lane, Lynn, aged 73.

Addresses:
1820: Jews' Lane, Lynn, Norfolk   (baptism record of son Charles)
1828: Jews' Lane, Lynn, Norfolk   (burial record)

Sources:

William Taylor Tyzack

Birth: 5 December 1796

Baptism: 9 April 1807, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Elizabeth (Gildart) Tyzack

Married: Margaret Laybourne on 25 November 1821, in St Andrew, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Children:
Occupation: Brazier and Iron & Tin Plate Worker. William declared bankruptcy in 1846.

Census & Addresses:
1834: West St, Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire (Pigot's Directory of 1834)
1846: Pottery-field, Hunslet, near Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire (London Gazette 5 May 1846 p1670)

Sources:

William Leadbitter Tyzack

Birth: 4 January 1803

Baptism: 31 January 1803, in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Mary (Leadbitter) Tyzack

Married: Margaret Casson on 6 January 1833, in St Philip's Church, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Liverpool Mercury 1 February 1833
Married
On Sunday the 6th ult at St Phillip's Church, Mr W L TYZACK, plumber and glazier of Newcastle-upon-Tyne to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr James CASSON watchmaker Penrith

Margaret was born in 1806/7, in Douglas, Isle of Man, the daughter of James Casson and Christian Creer. She died on 21 April 1885, in West Derby district, Lancashire, aged 78. In her will, probate of which was granted to Margaret Eleanor Tyzack on 26 June 1885, Margaret left 45, 16 houses and a shop to her daughters Margaret Eleanor Tyzack and Mary Christian Robbins, and three grandchildren, William Tyzack Hughes, John George Leadbitter Hughes and Mary Josephine Casson Hughes.
Census & Addesses:
1870: 76 Hughes Street, Liverpool, Lancashire  (Green's Directory 1870 p153)
1881: 76 Hughes Street, Everton, Lancashire

Children:
Occupation: Plumber and Glazier (1833); Painter (1838); Color & Glass Dealer (1868)

Death:
1868 in West Derby district, Lancashire, England

Burial: 29 October 1868, in Toxteth Park cemetery, Toxteth Park, Lancashire, England, aged 64. The grave is located in Section S grave number 70. William was recorded as a color and glass dealer, residing at 76 Hughes Street.

Address:
1838: St Laurence, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland (baptism record of daughter Annabella)
1868: 76 Hughes Street, Everton, Lancashire (Index to Toxteth Park Cemetery)

Sources:

William Valentine Tyzack

Birth: 14 February 1811, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 16 February 1811 in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
William was received in to the church on 14 April 1811.

Father: Charles Tyzack

Mother: Francis (Webber) Tyzack

Married: Susanna Parker on 20 March 1836, in Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England
Bury and Norwich Post 6 April 1836
Lately, Mr. W. V. Tyzack, hair-dresser, of St. Peter's Mancroft, to Miss Susanna Parker, of Little Walsingham.

Susanna was born in 1807/8, in Little Walsingham, Norfolk. She is probably related to Rebecca Parker, also from Little Walsingham, who married William's brother, Zachariah Tyzack. Susanna died in 1880 in Norwich district, Norfolk, aged 72.
Census:
1841: Norwich St Michael At Plea, Norfolk: Susanna Tyzack is aged 33, born in Norfolk
1851: London Street, Norwich St Michael At Plea, Norfolk
1861: Norwich St Michael, Norfolk
1871: Heigham, Norfolk

Children:
William Valentine Tyzack Advertisement
Advertisement for William's business
Advertisement from Esme Fuller
Occupation: Hairdresser and Perfumer, Wig Maker, later a farmer
History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk p60 (William White, 1836)
NORWICH
Tyzack Wm. V. hair dresser and fancy whs. White Lion street


Pigot & Co. Directory for Norfolk (1839) lists:
Hairdressers and Perfumers.
Tyzack Wm. Valentine, White Lion Street, Norwich

History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk p188 (William White, 1845)
NORWICH
HAIR DRESSERS, &c.
Marked * are Perfumers.
*Tyzack Wm Valentine, London st


The 1851 census lists William as a hairdresser and perfumer, and notes that he employed 4 men.

History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk p233 (William White, 1854)
NORWICH TRADE LIST
Hair Dressers, &c.
Marked * are Perfumers.
*Tyzack Wm. Valentine, 13, London st

The Post Office Directory of Norfolk & Suffolk 1865 p270
HORSTEAD-cum-STANNINGHALL
Tyzack William Valentine, farmer


William sold his farm in 1867:
Journal of Horticulture and Cottage Gardener 20 June 1867
    HORSTEAD, NORFOLK
  Desirable Small Farm with Gardens and Forcing-Pits suitable for Nursery Grounds or Market Gardener, containing altogether about 40 Acres.
MESSRS. SPELMAN have received instructions from the Proprietor, Mr. Tyzack, to Sell by Auction, at the Norfolk Hotel, Norwich, on SATURDAY, JUNE 22nd, 1867, at 12 for 1 o'clock the ESTATE in his occupation, at Horstead, comprising a comfortable House, containing Two Sitting-rooms (one opening with folding doors into a Conservatory), Entrance Hall with handsome Staircase, Store Room and Cellar under, Kitchen, Scullery, Four Sleeping Rooms, and One Small Room.
  The Agricultural Premises comprise a Barn, Stables, Riding Horse Stable, and Gig-house, Loose Box, Cart Lodge, Sheds for Cows and Bullocks, Walled-in Bullock and Horse Yards, Two Forcing Pits, each 50 feet by 14 feet, fitted with Hot-water Tanks and Pipes on the most improved principle, Potting-house (glazed), Boiler-house, and Fruit-house over.
  A Double Cottage with Gardens, recently built, Gardens, Lucerne Ground, and several Inclosures of Arable Land, containing altogether 39a. 3r. 29p. Possession at Michaelmas next.
  Particulars of Mr. W. N. H. TURNER, and Mr. W. T. BENSLEY, Solicitors, Norwich; and of Messrs. SPELMAN, at Norwich and Yarmouth.


Notes:
Gentleman's Magazine June 1857 p634
HENZELL, TYTTERY AND TYZACK FAMILIES.
  MR. URBAN,—In the GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE for November and December of last year, you published two articles under the head of the “Henzell, Tyttery, and Tyzack families.” The first of these articles has, as a part of the enquiry, “Who are the present representatives of the Tyzack family, and what were the arms borne by them?” I do not find this part of the enquiry answered in the second article, and therefore it may interest the enquirer to know that the arms borne by the Tyzack family down to the year 1769 were gules, three acorns on a chief, three billets. The arms, as above described, are in existence as an impression of a seal, used in sealing a letter written in 1769 by Peregrine Tyzack, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, and sent to a gentleman in Norwich. Peregrine Tyzack of Newcastle-on-Tyne was the son of Peregrine Tyzack of Norwich, who married a daughter of Joshua Middleton, gentleman, of Newcastle-on-Tyne.
  The present representatives of the Norfolk branch of the Tyzack family are descended from Zachariah Tyzack, who came from North Shields in the middle of the last century, and settled at Wells in Norfolk.—I am, &c., WILLIAM V. TYZACK.
  Norwich, May 5.  


Death: 6 February 1887, in Norwich district, Norfolk, England, aged 76

Probate: Granted 22 May 1903 to Rebecca Mary Tyzack
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar Wills 1903 p205
TYZACK William Valentine of Norwich hairdresser died 6 February 1887 Administration Norwich 22 May to Rebecca Mary Tyzack spinster. Effects 19.

Census & Addresses:
1841: Norwich St Michael At Plea, Norfolk: W. Y. Tyzack is aged 30 (rounded down to nearest 5 years), born in Norfolk
1851: London Street, Norwich St Michael At Plea, Norfolk (other records indicate the exact address as 13 London Street)
1861: Norwich St Michael, Norfolk
1871: Heigham, Norfolk
1875: 16 Golding Street, Norwich, Norfolk   (The Post Office Directory of Norfolk & Suffolk 1875 p384)
1881: Rupert Street, Heigham, Norfolk

Sources:

William Baker Tyzack

Birth: 23 November 1823 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 26 November 1823 in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
William Baker is the son of James and Maria Tyzack. James is a hairdresser, of Wells.

Father: James Tyzack

Mother: Maria (Baker) Tyzack

Married: Charity Juby on 8 January 1852 in the Parish Church, Diss, Norfolk England.
William Baker Tyzack is recorded as a bachelor, of full age. He is an ironmonger, of Wells, Norfolk, and the son of James Tyzack, ironmonger. Charity Juby is recorded as a spinster, of full age, of Diss Norfolk. She is the daughter of Thomas Juby, baker. The wedding was performed by William Manning, rector, and witnessed by George Wright and Jane Elizabeth Tyzack.

Charity was baptised on 8 April 1825, in St Mary, Diss, Norfolk, the daughter of Thomas and Susan Juby. Thomas is recorded as a baker, of Diss. She died on 1 November 1882 from cancer of the breast and spine, aged 58, and was buried on 3 November 1882 in Boroondara Cemetery, High St., Kew, Victoria Australia. The grave location is C/E B 0628.
The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 8 November 1882 p1
TYZACK—On the 1st inst, Charity, the wife of William B. Tyzack, in the 59th year of her age.

Census:
1841: Diss, Norfolk: Charity Jaby is aged 15 (rounded down to the nearest 5 years), born in Norfolk
1861: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

Children: Occupation: Insurance Agent, Ironmonger, Auctioneer and Accountant
History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk p721-2 (William White, 1854)
WELLS
Fire and Life Offices.
High Street National Mercantile (Life) W. B. Tyzack
High Street Sun, Wm. B. Tyzack

Ironmongers.
High Street Tyzack W.B.

William had an ironmonger's store on the High Street in Wells. Here he sold items such as cooking stoves, hot water apparatus, water troughing, tea urns, lamps (and whale oil), showers and baths (the latter also for rent) spades, scythes, garden tools down to nails, bolts and screws.

The Post Office Directory of Norfolk & Suffolk 1865 p483
AUCTIONEERS.
Marked thus * are also Appraisers
*Tyzack William Baker, Bridewell alley, Norwich


In the early 1860's, William moved to Norwich and was described as an "Ironmonger, Auctioneer, Dealer and Chapman" when he was declared bankrupt in 1864.
London Gazette 29 July 1864 p3794
William Baker Tyzack, of the city of Norwich, Ironmonger, Auctioneer, Dealer and Chapman, having been adjudged bankrupt under a Petition for adjudication of Bankruptcy, filed in Her Majesty's Court of Bankruptcy, in London, on the 25th day of July, 1864, is hereby required to surrender himself to Thomas Ewing Winslow, Esq., a Registrar of the said Court, at the first meeting of creditors to be held before the said Registrar, on the 9th of August next, at one in the afternoon precisely, at the said Court. Mr. George John Graham, of No. 25, Coleman-street, London, is the Official Assignee, and Messrs. Clowes and Hicklay, of Temple, London, for T. Garwood Wells, of Norfolk, are the Solicitors acting in the bankruptcy.

William was discharged from bankruptcy on 28 October 1864 (London Gazette 1 November 1864 p5158)

William is supposed to have worked for a "nut & bolt" firm in the City of Melbourne (from a scrap of paper supplied by Adele Tyzack).
Wright's Australian and American Commercial Directory and Gazetteer 1881 p302
VICTORIA
ACCOUNTANTS, ACTUARIES, ARBITRATORS, AVERAGE STATERS, AUDITORS, VALUATORS, Etc.
 Tyzack William B., Norwood road, Boro.

In the probate proceedings of his will, William's occupation is listed as an accountant.

Notes: William emigrated to Australia with his wife and family on the 1025 ton ship, the Lincolnshire in 1866. Details of this journey, William's role in theater on the voyage, and his life in Australia can be found in Bruce Tyzack's excellent mini-biography of William Baker Tyzack.

Death: 12 August 1889 at Cranmore Street, Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia, aged 65, of congestion of the brains and lungs
The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 14 August 1889 p1
TYZACK. —On the 12th inst., at his residence, Oaklands, Cranmore-street, Glenferrie, William Baker Tyzack, in his 65th year.


Buried: 14 August 1889 in Boroondara Cemetery, High St., Kew, Victoria Australia. The grave location is C/E B 0628.
The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 14 August 1889 p1
THE Friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM BAKER TYZACK are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
  The funeral will leave his late residence, Hopelands, Cranmore-street, Glenferrie, THIS DAY (Wednesday, 14th August), at half-past 1 o'clock.
  JOHN ALLISON, undertaker, Richmond, Brunswick, and Kensington. Tel. 1003 and 1105.


Probate:
The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 August 1889 p14
NOTICE is hereby given, that after the expiration of fourteen days from the publication hereof application will be made to the Supreme Court of the Colony of Victoria, in its Probate jurisdiction, that Probate of the LAST WILL and TESTAMENT of WILLIAM BAKER TYZACK, late of Cranmore-street, Hawthorn, in the said colony, accountant, may be granted to Thomas William Tyzack, of King-street, Melbourne, printer, and Mary Jane Tyzack, of Cranmore-street, Hawthorn aforesaid, spinster, the executor and executrix named in and appointed by the said will.
  Dated this 10th day of August, 1889.
  WILLAN and COLLES, 7 St. James's Buildings, William-street, Melbourne, proctors for the executor and executrix.


Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Victoria) 20 February 1903 p2
A PROPERTY DISPUTE.-A claim by George W. Owen, to be entitled to the transfer of a property in Haines-Street, Hawthorn, worth about 500, came before Mr Justice Hodges in the Second Civil Court on Wednesday. Mr Davis, instructed by Messrs Westley and Dale, appeared for plaintiff, while defendants, Thomas W. Tyzack, of King street, Melbourne, printer ; May J. Tyzack, and Hannah Owen, both of Hawthorn, were represented by Mr Barrett and Mr Moule. The two defendants first named are executors of the will of W. B. Tyzack, who died some years ago. Plaintiff said that the property was purchased by Mrs Owen, on behalf of M. J. Tyzack, who in turn had sold her interest in it to him. Mrs Owen, however, refused to tranfer the land, and the court was asked to order her to do so. The claim was disputed on the ground that plaintiff was in no way entitled to the property, and at the close of his case he was nonsuited with costs.


Census:
1841: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1861: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

Sources:

William Tyzack

Birth: 14 March 1825

Baptism: 17 March 1825, in Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk, England
William is recorded as the son of Zechariah and Susan Tyzack, of Jews' Lane, Lynn. His father is a labourer.

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Susan (Boyce) Tyzack

Notes: William presumably died young as his brother, who was also named William, on 22 June 1826.

Sources:

William Tyzack

Birth: 4 March 1826, in Lynn, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 22 June 1826, in Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk, England
William is recorded as the son of Zechariah and Susan Tyzack, of Jews' Lane, Lynn. His father is an ostler.

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Susan (Boyce) Tyzack

Married: Hannah Marrin

Children: Occupation: Army Farrier; Nightwatchman (1881)

Death: 1895

Census:
1841: Lynn St Margaret; William Tyzack is aged 14, born in Norfolk
1881: 19 Nelson St, West Ham, Essex, England

Sources:

William Taylor Tyzack

Birth: 1830, in Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Baptism: 16 May 1830, in St John, Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Father: William Taylor Tyzack

Mother: Margaret (Laybourne) Tyzack

Occupation: Engine Fitter

Death: 1906, in Leeds district, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, aged 74

Census:
1881: 22 Bodley Terrace, Headingly with Burley, West Riding of Yorkshire

Sources:

William Preston Tyzack

Baptism: 6 October 1830, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England.
William is recorded as the "natural son" of Anne Elizabeth Tyzack, spinster..

Mother: Ann Elizabeth Tyzack

Death: 15 March 1834

The gravestone of William Preston Tyzack
The gravestone of William Preston Tyzack in St Nicholas churchyard, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
photograph by Peter Whitfield at gravestonephotos.com
Buried: 21 March 1834 in St Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, aged 3.
William is recorded as the baseborn son of Ann Tyzack. The burial ceremony was performed by James Bedingfeld, rector of Bedingfeld.
The gravestone reads:
Sacred to the Memory of
WILLIAM PRESTON TYZACK
who departed this life
March 15th 1834
Aged
3 Years
Hail, happy Child, so early taken home
Caught up by JESUS from the ill to come.

Sources:

William George Tyzack

Baptism: 23 October 1836 in St Mary, Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England
William George is baptised the son of Zechariah and Rebecca Tyzack. Zechariah is a hair dresser.

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Rebecca (Parker) Tyzack

Death: 1840 in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England

Buried: 20 October 1840, in Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England

Sources:

William Casson Tyzack

Birth: 1840, in Liverpool district, Lancashire, England

Baptism: 18 November 1840, in St Peter, Liverpool, Lancashire, England

Father: William Leadbitter Tyzack

Mother: Margaret (Casson) Tyzack

Death: 1846, in Liverpool district, Lancashire, England

Sources:

William Henry Tyzack

William
                Henry Tyzack
William Henry Tyzack
Birth: 16 September 1856  in Durban, Natal

Baptism: 29 October 1856, in the Wesleyan-Methodist Chapel, Durban, Natal
William Henry is recorded as the son of Richard Webber and Louisa Tyzack, born on 16 September 1850. The baptism was performed by Calvert Spensley.

Father: Richard Webber Tyzack

Mother: Louisa (Hawkins) Tyzack

Married: Agnes Stennett Roff on 8 July 1890 in the Congregational Church, Ladysmith, Natal
Wiliam Henry Tyzack is recorded as a bachelor, aged 24. He is a Mariner, resident in Durban. Agnes Stennet Roff is recorded as a spinster, aged 28, resident in Johannesburg. The marrage was performed by G. Thomson, minister, and witnessed by Emily A. Dolphin and David L. Parks, Jr.
Cape and Natal News 16 August 1890
MARRIAGES
TYZACK—ROFF
On July 8, at Ladysmith, W. H. Tyzack, to Agnes Stennett, daughter of Benjamin Roff, of Johannesburg, S.A.R., late of Nailsworth, Gloucestershire.

Agnes was born in 1861, in Horsley, Gloucestershire, England, the daughter of Benjamin Roff and Annie Cox. In the 1881 census she is recorded as a Drapers Assistant. Agnes died in 1929.
Census:
1871: Horsley, Gloucestershire
1881: 6 Hazards Yard, Nottingham St Mary, Nottinghamshire

Children: Occupation: Merchant Seaman; Marine Superintendent; Trader (1897)

Notes:
The Natal Who's Who p203 (1906)
TYZACK, William Henry, Marine Superintendent, Union-Castle Mail Steamship Co., Ltd., Point, Durban; b. 16th Sept., 1856, in Durban, 3rd s. of late Richard Webber Tyzack, one of Natal's earliest settlers; m. 1890, Agnes Stennett, d. of Benjamin Roff, of Nailsworth, Gloucestershire; 4 children.  Res., "Avening," Currie Rd., Berea, Durban.  Went to sea 1872.  Joined the Castle Mail Packets Co., Ltd., 1883.  Attained to the position of 1st Officer in the Company's Steamship Service, and left the sea life, taking up the appointment of Marine Superintendent for same Company at Port Natal in 1890.

Twentieth Century Impressions of Natal p424 (1906)
W. H TYZACK.
  Mr. W. H. Tyzack may be said to have been closely identified with the shipping interests of Natal almost from his cradle. His father, Mr. R. W. Tyzack, settled in the early fifties in Durban, where the subject of this notice first saw the light in 1856. At the age of sixteen Mr. W. H. Tyzack went to sea in a sailing vessel, and twenty-two years ago joined the Castle Mail Packets as third officer on the Dunbar Castle. His practical knowledge of the details of marine business eventually secured for him promotion in the form of the position of manager of the Point branch of the Castle Line, with the rank of Marine Superintendent for Port Natal. This, of course, necessitated his retirement from a seafaring life at a time when he had worked his way up to be chief officer. By way of recreation from the discharge of the duties and responsibilities of his official position, Mr. Tyzack takes a keen interest in outdoor sports, athletics, and manly games. He is Vice-President of the Kennel Club, Patron of the Victoria Athletic Football Club and the Point Cricket Club, Vice-President of the Point Towing Club, and is associated with many other similar bodies.


Death: 1932

Addresses:
1897: 200 Point Road, Durban, Natal   (Natal Almanac & Directory 1897 p156)
1906: "Avening," Currie Rd., Berea, Durban, Natal   (The Natal Who's Who p203)
1912:  508 Currie Road, Durban, Natal  (Royal Colonial Institute Year Book p209)

Sources:

William Webber Herbert Tyzack

Birth: 1866, in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England

Father: Edward Tyzack

Mother: Charlotte Ann (Beats) Tyzack

Death: 29 November 1868 in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England, aged 2

Buried: 3 December 1868, in the Congregational Church, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
William Webber Herbert Tyzack is recorded as the son of Edward Tyzack, hairdresser.

Sources:

William Thomas Tyzack

Birth: 1889/90

Father: Charles Thomas Tyzack

Mother: Frances (Lofflyn) Tyzack

Iringa Cemetery
Iringa Cemetery in Tanzania where William is buried
Death: 28 July 1917, aged 27

Buried: Iringa cemetery, Tanzania. Grave Reference: VII. B. 5.

Notes: William was a sergeant in the 1st South African Rifles. He also served in German South West Africa with 10th Infantry (Witwatersrand Rifles).

Sources:

Zachariah Tyzack

Baptism: 27 February 1730/1 (OS/NS), in St. Peter's, Wallsend, Northumberland, England

Father: Robert Tyzack

Mother: Hannah (Hendrick) Tyzack

Married: Ann Kemp on 4 January 1756 in St. Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England.
Zachariah Tyzack is recorded as a mariner, of Wells-next-the-Sea. Ann Kemp is recorded as a spinster, of Wells-next-the-Sea. The marriage was performed by Robt Nunn, curate, and witnessed by Wm Kemp and John Buck.

Children: Occupation: Mariner, and later a merchant

Death: about 1777

Notes:
Legend holds that Zachariah drowned off the quay at Wells.

Sources:

Zachariah Tyzack

Baptism: 3 January 1764, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Ann (Kemp) Tyzack

Sources:

Zachariah Tyzack

Birth: 29 June 1799, in King's Lynn, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 10 July 1799, in Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk, England
Zachariah was received into the church at Lynn St Nicholas on 28 November 1811.

Father: William Tyzack

Mother: Mary

Married: Susan Boyce on 24 April 1823 in Lynn St Nicholas, Norfolk, England
Zechariah Tyzack is recorded as a single man, of Lynn St Nicholas. Susan Boyce is recorded as a single woman, of Lynn St Nicholas. The marriage was performed by James Carver, curate, and witnessed by James Sigiland and George Goddard.

Susan was born on 29 November 1800 and baptised on 28 December 1800 in St Margaret, Little Dunham, Norfolk, the daughter of Thomas Boyce and Nutty Garwood. She died in 1854 in Kings Lynn district, Norfolk and was buried on 12 May 1854 in Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk. At her burial, Susannah, wife of Zechariah Tyzack is recorded as being aged 54 and living on South Clough lane.
Census:
1841: Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk: Susan Tyzack is aged 40 (rounded down to the nearest 5 years), born in Norfolk.
1851: Broad Street Mr Rose's Yd, King's Lynn, Norfolk
1861: Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk: Zackariah Tyzack, lodger, is aged 63, born in Kings Lynn, Norfolk

Children: Occupation: Servant (1823), Labourer (1825, 1828, 1833, 1835), Ostler (1826, 1851), Toll-keeper (1830)
Horse Breaker and Farrier

Death: 1873, in Cambridge district, Cambridgeshire, England, aged 74

Census & Addresses:
1825: Jews' Lane, Lynn, Norfolk   (baptism record of son William)
1826: Jews' Lane, Lynn, Norfolk   (baptism record of son William)
1826: Jews' Lane, Lynn, Norfolk   (baptism record of son Charles)
1830: Setchey, North Runcton, Norfolk   (baptism record of son Zachariah)
1831: Norfolk Street, Lynn, Norfolk   (burial record of son Zachariah)
1833: Norfolk Street, Lynn, Norfolk   (baptism record of son Zachariah)
1835: Norfolk Street, Lynn, Norfolk   (baptism record of son Robert)
1839: North Street, Lynn, Norfolk   (burial record of son Robert)
1851: Broad Street Mr Rose's Yd, King's Lynn, Norfolk

Sources:

Zachariah Tyzack

Birth: 10 November 1802, in St Marylebone, Middesex

Baptism: December 1802, in St. Mary's, St Marylebone, London

Father: Timothy Tyzack

Mother: Elizabeth Tyzack

Married: Sarah Bittle

Children:

Death: 1880, in Marylebone district, Middlesex, England, aged 80

Census:
1871: Marylebone, Middlesex: Zachariah Tyzack is aged 70, born in St Marylebone, Middlesex

Sources:

Zachariah Tyzack

Birth: 26 November 1805, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 2 December 1805, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Zachariah was received into the church on 28 January 1808.

Father: Charles Tyzack

Mother: Francis (Webber) Tyzack

Married: Rebecca Parker on 11 October 1832 in Little Walsingham, Norfolk, England
Zachariah Tyzack is recorded as being of Wells next the Sea. Rebecca Parker is recorded as a spinster, of Little Walsingham. The marriage was performed by James Lee Warner Junr., and witnessed by David Charles Parker and Susanna Parker.

Rebecca was born in 1814/5, in Little Walsingham, Norfolk. She was presumably related to the Susanna Parker who married Zachariah's brother, William Valentine Tyzack - perhaps the very Susanna Parker who witnessed this marriage. In the 1871 census, Rebecca is listed as a perfumer and general trader. She died in 1882, in Walsingham district, Norfolk, aged 67.
Census:
1841: Little Walsingham, Norfolk: Rebecca Tyzack is aged 25 (rounded down to the nearest 5 years), born in Norfolk
1851: Stonegate Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1861: Bridewell Street West Side, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1871: Bridewell Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1881: Bridewell Street West Side, Little Walsingham, Norfolk

Children: Occupation: Shoemaker in Wells-next-the-Sea (1830, 1836), then Hairdresser, Ironmonger and Toy Dealer in Little Walsingham (1845, 1854)
Pigot & Co. Directory for Norfolk (1830)
Wells-next-the-Sea
Boot and Shoemakers.

Tyzack Zachariah, Quay


History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk p617 (William White, 1836)
WELLS
Boot and Show Makers.
High Street Tyzack Zach.


History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk p681 (William White, 1845)
LITTLE WALSINGHAM
High Street Tyzack Zach., hair dresser, ironmonger, and toy dealer


History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk p719 (William White, 1854)
LITTLE WALSINGHAM
Hairdressers
Bridewell Street Tyzack Zach.


Death: 1883, in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England

Census & Addresses:
1841: Little Walsingham, Norfolk: Zechariah Tyzack is aged 35 (rounded down to the nearest 5 years), born in Norfolk
1846: High Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk   (Norfolk Bishop's Transcripts 1846 p132 #1056)
1849: High Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk   (Norfolk Bishop's Transcripts 1849 p143 #1146)
1851: Stonegate Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1861: Bridewell Street West Side, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1871: Bridewell Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1881: Bridewell Street West Side, Little Walsingham, Norfolk

Sources:

Zachariah Tyzack

Birth: 19 March 1830

Baptism: 15 April 1830, in Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk, England
Zechariah is recorded as the son of Zechariah and Susanna Tyzack, of Setchey, N. Runcton. His father is a toll-keeper.

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Susan (Boyce) Tyzack

Burial: 18 September 1831, in Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk, England
Zecheriah is recorded as aged 1, the son of Zechariah and Susan Tyzack of Norfolk Street, Lynn.

Sources:

Zachariah Charles Tyzack

Birth: 12 September 1833 in Lynn, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 26 October 1833, in Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk, England
Zechariah is recorded as the son of Zechariah and Susan Tyzack, of Norfolk Road, Lynn. His father is a labourer.

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Susan (Boyce) Tyzack

Married (1st): Maria Fox in 1856

Children: Married (2nd): Maria Shread in 1867

Children: Occupation: Bricklayer, Engine Fitter

Death: 1901

Census:
1841: Lynn St Margaret, Norfolk: Zachariah Tyzack is aged 6, born in Norfolk
1851: Broad Street Mr Rose's Yd, King's Lynn, Norfolk
1881: Fleece Yard, South Lynn, Norfolk

Sources:

Zachariah David Tyzack

Birth: 1834 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 9 June 1834, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Zechariah David is recorded as the son of Zechariah and Rebecca Tyzack. Zechariah is a shoemaker, of Wells.

Father: Zachariah Tyzack

Mother: Rebecca (Parker) Tyzack

Occupation: Hairdresser
The Post Office Directory of Norfolk & Suffolk 1865 p412
Little Walsingham.
Tyzack Zachariah David, shopkeeper, Bridewell street


Pigot & Co. Directory for Norfolk (1869) lists:
Hair Dressers:
Tyzack, Zachariah David, Bridewell St, New Walsingham


Kelly's Directory of Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk 1879 p519
NORFOLK. New Walsingham (or Little Walsingham).
Tyzack Zachariah, hair dresser & fancy repository, Bridewell street


Kelly's Directory of Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk 1883 p542
NORFOLK. New Walsingham (or Little Walsingham).
Tyzack David, hair dresser & fancy repository, Bridewell street


Death:
1915 in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England, aged 82

Census:
1841: Little Walsingham, Norfolk: Zechariah Tyzack is aged 7, born in Norfolk
1851: Stonegate Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1861: Bridewell Street West Side, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1871: Bridewell Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1881: Bridewell Street West Side, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1891: Bridewell Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk
1901: Church Street, Little Walsingham, Norfolk: Zackariah D. Tyzack, brother-in-law is aged 66, born in Wells Next The Sea, Norfolk. He is a Hairdresser.
1911: Little Walsingham, Norfolk: Zachariah D. Tyzack is aged 76, born in Wells, Norfolk

Sources:

Zachariah John Charles Tyzack

Birth: 1862 in Woolwich, Kent, England

Father: William Tyzack

Mother: Hannah (Marrin) Tyzack

Married: Martha Jagling in 1891 in Poplar district, London, England. Martha was born about 1866, in Whitechapel, Middlesex, the daughter of Johannes Jageling and Caroline Wagner. In the 1891 census, she is described as a Tailor Machinist.

Children: Occupation: Smith (1881)

Death: 1926

Census:
1881: 19 Nelson St, West Ham, Essex, England
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