BIOGRAPHY: 1881 British
Census Records indicate: Ann Hutson was 60 years old, born in Taunton, Somerset.
Married to Charles Hutson, who was Head of the Household.
She had got a job at Farlington Rectory as a servant
Census Place: Havant, Hampshire, England
Family History Library Film: 1341277
Public Records Office Reference: RG11
Page Number: 55
Shown on an old map by Harrison 1788
- settlement, town - Portsdown Hundred - Hampshire
Period - 1780s
St. John's Cathedral was built in 1882 to accommodate Portsmouth's rapidly
increasing congregation of Roman Catholics. It replaced a Chapel built in
1796 in Prince George Street,
Portsea, half a kilometre to the west.
The Cathedral was completed in four phases: 1882, the nave; 1886, the
crossing; 1893, the chancel and 1906 the narthex and west Porch. The
Cathedral was badly damaged when enemy bombing in 1941 destroyed Bishop'
House next door. Since restoration in 1950 after the war the inside of the
Cathedral has been re-ordered three times, in 1970, 1982 and work has just
completed in 2001 restoration which has brought back much of the colour and
design of the building as it was intended