Robert James Tunaley
b. 1801, Derby.
m. Charlotte Dorothea Kemball.
West Stow Wordwell Suffolk, 22-2-1828.
d. 1868, Forehoe.
Henry Roch ("Rock") Tunaley:
1861 Census: Living with family in Fairland
Street, Wymondham. One servant.
1871 Census: Occupation given as Registrar
Living in Cock Street, Wymondham.
1875-1881: Licensee of White Hart Inn, Wymondham, Norfolk.
An invoice dated 18th. June, 1880 from the "White Hart Commercial Inn", Wymondham, shows that, at the time, Henry was also hiring out horse driven mourning coaches, cabs and dog carts "with steady and experienced drivers".
1881 Census: living in Market Street, Wymondham.
Click here for details and picture of the White Hart.
1887: Commercial Gazette September 14th:
The gazette confirms Henry, of Station Road, also having stables in Friar Croft Lane, Wymondham.
Henry Roch Tunaley
b. 1836, Wymondham, Norfolk.
m. Martha Leatherdale
15-3-1857, St. George the Martyr, Holborn.
(Martha d. 1908, Lambeth).
Henry d. 24-10-1895, Henstead, Suffolk.
Henry given in Kelly's Directory for 1883
http://apling.freeservers.com/Villages/Wymondham.htm) as "fly proprietor"
and horse dealer of Fairland St., Wymondham (Wymondham lies directly en
route between Norwich and Newmarket), it seems certain Henry had
significant dealings with horses at Newmarket as would his second son
Thomas (b. 1859) who on the same website is described as "horse breaker".
In particular, go to the web page of Henry's third son, the jockey, Robert
James Tunaley b. 1861.
Charlotte Dorothea Kemball
b. 1806, Wymondham, Norfolk.
m. Robert James Tunaley.
West Stow, Wordwell, Suffolk,
d. 1890, Fulham.
Henry and Martha also brought
up grandchildren Mabel
Constance and Robert Roche
Tunaley after the premature
death of their parents George
and Emma, aged in their late
Henry's middle name Roch possibly from a godfther Henry Roch click here.
Henry died from the effects of an accidental fall. Inquest held (coroner W.M. Barton).
N.B. Henry's death occurred soon after the death of his third son Robert James Tunaley.