Spencer Family Tree of Ted & Barbara Spencer

John Richard Bustin

Illustration of the parish church St John-at-Hampstead

The font, St John-at-Hampstead Parish Church (above) and (left) an interior picture of the church. There has been a church on this site for about 1000 years. The present church was consecrated in 1747 and extended westwards in 1844 and again in 1878 to include a new chancel and sanctuary. Pic circa 2009





George IV on the throne





Steam ships (Steamers) make regular crossings between Dover and Calais





The Great Exhibition held in Londonís Crystal Palace is opened by Queen Victoria





Lord Shaftesbury initiates the passing of an Act outlawing the use of children as chimney sweeps



b: 13 September 1822, Hampstead, London

bp. 6 October 1822, St. Johnís Church, Church Row, Hampstead
John Bustin & Amelia Ann Bustin (nee Guion)

d: Presumed to be JanQ. 1881, Pancras Reg. District
occ: Plumber

Known Siblings: (all bapt St John, Hampstead)
* William Henry (1824)
* Jane (1828)
* Amelia Ann (1830)
* Charles (1832)
* Robert (1840)


m: 11 February 1850, Old Church, St Pancras, London









Children: (all b/bp Kentish Town, St Pancras)
* Sarah Anne Bustin (1850)
* Mary Bustin (1852)
John Thomas BUSTIN (b: 1854, St Pancras)
* William Henry Bustin (1857)
* Emily Bustin (abt 1860)
* Annie Amelia Bustin (abt 1862)