Friends of Hastings Cemetery

Joseph Hadden Job

ED Q04

Maria Job died aged 78 in August 1896

Joseph Haddon Job died aged 95 in August[?] 1910

Joseph was the eldest son of Joseph and Charlotte.  Like his father he was a watchmaker and jeweller.  He married Maria Wenham on 8th August 1838 (Sussex Marriage Index:  Hastings All Saints)

1851 Census - 8 Marina

JOB   Joseph Hadden     Head     M   M   35   Watch Maker & Jeweller    Sussex - Hastings

JOB   Maria                  Wife      M   F    32       Sussex - Hastings

JOB   Joseph                Son   -        M    15     Apprentice    Sussex - Hastings

JOB   John Pentecost     Son   -        M    12     Scholar    Sussex - St Leonards

JOB   Charlotte Ann       Dau   -        F    11     Scholar    Sussex - St Leonards

JOB   Emily Susannah    Dau   -        F      6      Scholar    Sussex - St Leonards

JOB   Louisa Pentecost  Dau   -        F      4      Scholar    Sussex - St Leonards

JOB   Jas Hadden          Son   -        M      3      Scholar    Sussex - St Leonards

JOB   Mary Jemima        Dau   -        F      1                     Sussex - St Leonards

JOB   -                        Dau   -        F     12d                  Sussex - St Leonards

AVERY   Alfred              Appren   -   M    15      Watch Maker (Appren)    Sussex - St Leonards

WHITE   Kezia              Servnt   M   F     31       Nurse    Sussex - Battle

1891 -  8 Marina
JOB   Joseph Hadden   Head   M   M   76   Watch, Clock Repairer(Em'er)    Sussex - Hastings

JOB   Maria                 Wife   M   F   72                                                Sussex - Hastings

Hastings and St Leonards Observer, Saturday 03 September 1910
J. H. JOB. There passed away on Sunday morning a very old and respected resident, Mr. Joseph Haddon[sic]Job, who for many years carried on extensive watchmaker's business at the South Colonnade, St. Leonards. ……

Avery, Alfred William, b 1836 : Apprentice indenture favourite
Date: 1850 By: Avery, Alfred William, b 1836
Ref: MS-Papers-10883
Apprentice indenture on parchment apprenticing Alfred William Avery, aged 14, with the consent of his father George Avery, to Joseph Hadden Job, watchmaker of St Leonards, Sussex, England. Dated 21 Nov 1850. Signed satement on verso by J H Job, 24 Jun 1857 that Avery had completed his apprenticeship with all its provisions (New Zealand National Library)