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Hannah Jane Campion Holloway

1817 - 1870

Life History


Born in Whitby, Yorkshire


Birth of daughter Caroline Rudolphine Buschman in Surinam

09 Jan 1850

Married John Buschman in Kensington


Birth of son John Holloway Buschman in Notting Hill

11th Jun 1857

Birth of daughter Annie Maria Mary Buschman in Notting Hill


Died in Kensington


John and Hannah's Marriage

John Buschman and Hannah Holloway - marriage

Hannah's father is James Thomas Holloway, Doctor of Divinity. (Author of a number of religious books.)

From IGI

Hannah Jane Campion Holloway
Christening: 06 JAN 1817 Whitby, Yorkshire, England
Father: James Thomas Holloway
Mother: Elizabeth

Hannah's mother and brother

Paul Mathias who is a relative of Hannah Jane has told us that Hannah's mother was Elizabeth Bentham, apparently, a relative of Jeremy Bentham the philosopher and social reformer (creator of the panopticon and famous for requesting that his body be dissected in a public anatomy lecture.)

Hannah is buried in the same cemetery as her brother Roland Hill Usherwood Holloway at Kensal Green in London.

From 'The Gentlemans Magazine', Pt.2 July - Dec 1855, Page 139:

"Clergy Deceased .. Aug 7 At the home of his son-in-law John Buschman, esq. Hackney, age 75, the Rev. James Thomas Holloway, D.D. Vicar of Stanton on Hine Heat,Shropshire 1819 and late Minister of Fitzroy Chapel, Fitzroy Square, London.
He was sometime Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1802; B. and D.D. 1818."

From 'The Brighton Journal', in The Sussex Advertiser, 22 July 1856 :

"Fashionable Arrivals—Mrs. John Buschman and Son."


"Besides the new streets which have been added to Whitby since 1817, a splendid house has been erected by Edward Chapman, esq. in the vacant space in the middle of the New-buildings. Three elegant houses have been added to Bagdale, by Mr. Michael Teasdale, and a very handsome house, Clairmont Lodge, has been built at High Stakesby, by the Rev. J. T. Holloway, A. M. who receives a limited number of pupils."

Hannah's Death reported in The Morning Advertiser on 4th November, 1870

Hannah Jane Campion's Obituary

It appears that Hannah was also known as 'Annie'.

Hannah's Burial Record in All Souls Cemetery, Kensal Green.


Hannah Jane Campion Buschman is buried in grave number 22418 Square 29 Row 2.
With her are:
Mary E Holloway, 1875 (Hannah's sister)
John Buschman, 1875
Maria E Buschman, 1879
John H Buschman, 1931
[Source: Paul Mathias]


Marriage: Mar 1850, Holloway  Hannah Jane Campion, Kensington  3 243
Death: Dec 1870, Buschman  Hannah Jane C,  54  Kensington  1a 63).