William Radden of Devonport, Plymouth married Elizabeth Taylor in Guernsey in 1824.
William RADDEN & Elizabeth TAYLOR
- William RADDEN ( 1825 - 1896
) married Harriet
CAIRE ( 1826 - ? )
- Harriet RADDEN ( 1845 - ? )
- William RADDEN ( 1849 - ? ) married Louisa ? ( 1848 - ? )
- Edward RADDEN ( 1852 - ? )
- Emily Louise RADDEN ( 1854 - 1897 ) married Robert KINGSFORD
- Edgar RADDEN ( 1866 - ? )
- Florence RADDEN ( 1880 - ? )
(people in bold were butchers)
Earliest Mention in Guernsey
- In 1820, William Radden was among 33 Guernsey butchers who signed a petition to the Privy Council, urging them to approve the construction of the new market building.
- 1825 - birth of William Radden junior
- William Radden held stall 18 in the Town Meat Market between 1826 and 1839 (Commercial Directory)
- By 1845, stall 18 was held by his widow, Elizabeth.
- William Radden junior held stall 13 in 1857, and took over stalls 2-3 from George Foote when he died in 1869.
- 13 Les Amballes, St Peter Port (1851 Census)
- 5 Havilland Street, St Peter Port (1861 Census)
- Grand Bouet, St Peter Port rented house from C J BASKFILL (1867 Cadastre, 1871 Census)
- Rohais, St Peter Port (1881, 1891 Census)
- William RADDEN junior licenced as a butcher by the States Market Committee in 1845.