Augusta Davies wasbaptised 12th July 1826 at St Martins in the Field, Westminster, London, daughter of Matthew Peter Davies, a wax chandler and Susanna Guyer.
Marriage: Riley Thomas Ingersol, gentleman of ???land Enfield, married Augusta Davies of 45 Wol??? Place on 1st June 1852 at St George Bloomsbury, London. Witnesses Matthew Peter Cavies and Amelia Elmore. Riley and Augusta had the following children:
Amelia Augusta Ingersoll was born June Q 1853 in the district of Edmonton, Middlesex. Married James Nash Marshall
Miriam Ingersoll born Enfield about 1855
Henry Rylie Ingersoll born Enfield 1857
Beatrice Alexandra Ingersoll born about 1864 died 1869 Edmonston district.
Horton Thomas Ingersoll Dec Q 1865 Enfield
The 1851 census shows Riley, cousin residing in the home of Frederick and Maria Davies at 63 St Martin's Lane, St Martin's in the Field, Westminster. Both Riley and Frederick at listed as Tallow and wax Chandlers. Also in the household is Samuel Davies, Uncle. It is possible that the term 'cousin' means brother in law. Augusta is residing with her parents at 45 Osbourne Place, Bloomsbury, St George. Also in the household is Mary Gillespie, niece.
In 1861 Amelia [niece] and mother Augusta [visitor] are present in the home of Susanna Davies [Augusta's mother] along with Susannah Gillespie [niece] at Bloomsbury St George, Middlesex. Riley occupation 'Water Works', son Henry and daughter Miriam are residing at Enfield Highway. Also in the household is Riley's father Frederick.
Death: Augusta died Sept q 1868 at Edmonton District Vol 3a page 447. She was aged 42.
Second Marriage: In December Q 1869, Riley married for a second time, Emily Church born 1844
Riley and Emily had the following children:
Kathleen Mary Ingersoll born Enfield Middlesex Sept Q 1870 Emily Beatrice Ingersoll born Enfield Middlesex, Sept Q 1872 Alice Maude born Enfield, Middlesex Sept Q 1874 Ellen Jessie born Enfield June Q 1876 Harriet born Enfield Middlesex, Dec Q 1878 Bridie Gwendoline born Dec Q 1885
The 1871 census shows Riley, Emily, son Horton, daughters Amelia and Kathleen living at Brooklands, Enfield Highway.
In 1881 Riley and wife Emily are residing at Highway Enfields with their first five youngest daughters.
In 1891 Riley, Emily and their six daughters are still living at Highway Enfield. Riley is listed as 'living on own means' meaning he had an income from investments or property etc. It is likely he owned 320 acres of farmland in Southease Sussex which son Henry farmed.
Deaths: Emily died in 1895 Riley Thomas Ingersoll died March Q 1896 Edmonton District aged 76.