Samuel William HATELY
- Born: 31 Jan 1882, Camberwell, Surrey, London, England
- Marriage: Nellie Elizabeth CLARKE on 12 Feb 1910 in Alberta, Canada
- Died: 22 May 1977, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada aged 95
CAMBERWELL REGISTRATION DISTRICT
Registration County : London (1837-1965), Greater London (1965-91).
Created : 1.7.1837 (originally "St. Giles Camberwell"). Abolished : 1.10.1991 (to become part of Southwark registration district).
Sub-districts : Camberwell, Camberwell North, Camberwell North West, Camberwell South, Camberwell South East, Dulwich, East Dulwich, North Camberwell, North West Camberwell, Peckham, Peckham North, Peckham South, St. George, St. Giles.
Registers now held by : Southwark .
Noted events in his life were:
• Research:,. Other Hatelys born in Camberwell, London, England
Surname Quarter Year First name(s) District Vol Page
Births Mar 1856 HATELY Alice Camberwell 1d 447 Died 1859
Births Dec 1864 HATELY Isabella Emily Camberwell 1d 570 Died 1875
Births Mar 1882 Hately Samuel William Camberwell 1d 908
Births Dec 1883 Hately Mary Eleanor Camberwell 1d 874 in 1891 census camberwell
Births Sep 1885 Hately Ellen Amelia Camberwell 1d 858 Died 1885
Births Sep 1886 Hately Elizabeth Beatrice Camberwell 1d 840 in 1891 census camberwell
Births Mar 1888 HATELY Rosina Eliza Camberwell 1d 937 in 1891 census camberwell
Births Mar 1890 Hately Emma Amelia Camberwell 1d 948 Died 1890
• He served in the military. Boer War 1899-1902 Hatley Samuel William Corporal 2nd Brabant's Horse. Served 8 months
HATELY, Samuel William
Barrhead Discharge certificate from the South African Irregular Forces, 2nd Brabrant Horse that states he enrolled December 7, 1900 and was discharged December 3, 1901. Died in May 1977
On 5 November 1899, Brabant raised the Light Horse regiment known as Brabant's Horse. The top strength of the unit was 600, all ranks, including South African colonials, Australians, British, Canadians. The unit saw much action against Boer commandos.
Brabant's Horse was disbanded in Cape Town on 31 December 1901.
Canadian Field Artillery served for 14 months (likely after the Brabants horse was disbanded)
It appears that as a veteran of the South African War 1899-1902 he received a land grant, which was likely in the new territories of the West.
WW1 Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force
Regimental Number: 101553 Survived War: Not Specified
Force:Army Regiment:Canadian Infantry
Battalion:66th Battalion Company:
Place of Birth: London Country: England
Next of Kin: Mrs, Nellie Elizabeth (Clarke) Hately; wife; 8 Woodworth St., Edmonton, Alberta Address at Enlistment: Paddle River, Alberta
Date of Birth: January 31, 1882 Trade or Calling: Farmer
Marital Status:Married Prior Military Experience: Yes
Place of Enlistment: Edmonton, Alberta Date of Enlistment: November 29, 1915
Age at enlistment: 33 Height:5 Feet 10 Inches Chest:38 1/2 Inches Expansion: 3 Inches
Religion: Presbyterian Enlisted or Conscripted: Enlisted
Saw service in: Unknown Gender:Male Ethnic Origin: Not Specified
LAC Reference: RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 4152 - 26
(from Canadian Legion site)
Canadian Infantry 66th Battalion
Prior military - 9 months Highland Cadets - Montreal // 14 months 5th Royal Highlanders - Montreal // 8 moths 2nd Brabant Horse - Boer War // 14 months Canadian Field Battery
Homesteaded at Paddle River, Alberta in 1906 and lived around Barrhead, Alberta until his death at an old age (not true). The Edmonton address may have been so his wife didn't have to live alone on the homestead. ....A Barrhead, Alberta veteran.
• He owned land. SW 14 59 3 W5
SW 21 59 3 W5
south of Barrhead between Paddle River and Lunnford
• Research:,. WW1 vet 66th Battalion and the 49th (Loyal Edmonton Regiment)
Homesteaded near Paddle River Alberta
Started his military career with the Highland Cadets in Montreal in 1898. He served with the Brabants Horse in the Boer War, homesteaded near Paddle River Alberta. He enlisted in the 66th battalion in 1915 and transferred to the 49th (Loyal Edmonton Regiment) in 1916.
• He appeared on the census in 1891 in Montreal Centre St Laurent ward Quebec. This is certainly the area of Montreal known as St Laurent Boulevard and not the town further to the west. The census entry is strange in that Samuel Hately is listed as 9 years of age but as a lodger in the household along with 7 adults and a 2 month old baby. Sam is the only one with the name Hately. The head of the household appears to be Frederick Eldrich age 28 and his wife Lucy age 24. The baby bears their last name.
• He appeared on the census in 1911 in Paddle River, Alberta, Canada. 28 7 Hatdy Samuel, W. M Head M Jan 1882 29
29 7 Hatdy Nellie, E. F Wife M Feb 1891 20
30 7 Hatdy Rosina, Agnes F Daughter S Apr 1911 2 Months
• He appeared on the census in 1916 in 53-21 W4. This area is now part of Strathcona County. It is almost right on Highway 16 just west of Elk Island Park.
Samuel Hateley Census Event Date: 1916 Event Place: Alberta, Canada Gender: Male Age: 34 Marital Status: Married Racial or Tribal Origin: English Relationship to Head of Household: Self Birthplace: England Estimated Birth Year: 1882
Township: 53 Province: Alberta District Number: 42 Strathcona Sub District Number: 20 Enumeration District: 53 Family Number: 29 Page: 3 Line Number: 10
LAC Film Number: T-21955 Film Number: 2434970 Digital Folder Number: 004363984 Image Number: 00103
Self Samuel Hateley M 34y England
Wife Nellie Hateley F 25y England
Daughter Rosa Hateley F 5y Alberta
Son Samuel Hateley M 3y Alberta
Daughter Eleanor Hateley F 2m Alberta
• He had a residence in 1944 in North Bend, British Columbia, Canada. This was stated on their son Thomas' WW2 enlistment form.
• He had a residence in Jan 1956 in Madeira Park, British Columbia, Canada.
Samuel married Nellie Elizabeth CLARKE, daughter of William John CLARKE and Clara Teresa SOUTH, on 12 Feb 1910 in Alberta, Canada. (Nellie Elizabeth CLARKE was born on 2 Feb 1891 in Littleport, Cambridge, England and died on 17 Feb 1968 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
• Research:,. Ancestral File
Nellie Elizabeth CLARKE
birth:2 Feb 1891 Littleport, Cambs., Eng.
death:17 Feb 1968
father: William John CLARKE (AFN: 2NCH-DP )
mother: Clara Teresa SOUTH (AFN: 2NCH-FV )
spouse: Samuel William HATELY (AFN: D52C-91 )
marriage:12 Feb 1910