Southwark, London Shattocks

by Philip Shaddock

The Shattocks of Southwark, London migrated from west Somerset. I write extensively on the West Somerset Shattocks on the English Heritage page. They share a common ancestor with the Massachusetts Shattucks. You can see their relationship to other Shattocks on the Shattocke Family Tree.


London, looking across the Thames from Southwark, 
c. 1630. Museum of London. 

Although Southwark is now a district of Central London, and fronts the River Thames in the north, it was at one time outside the walls of London. It had an important market which attracted entrepreneurs from the country and may have drawn our Shattock ancestors to it. 

There is a John Shattocke who appears in tokenbook for the St. Saviour parish of Southwark in 1601. He may have been the same John Shattocke "of Southwark, smith" who appeared in court as a witness in a trial in 1614 against two other blacksmiths who apparently were accused of stealing iron. 


Tokenbooks are the written record of the effort, by the officers of St Saviour parish, in the weeks preceding Easter each year, to require every head of household in the parish to purchase tokens for the Easter communion, one token for each person over sixteen years of age in the household. These tokens were to be turned in at the church by communicants on the day of communion.

There are records showing Shattocks of property in early London. There was a Francis Shattocke who owned a inn and tenements in Holborn, London, just a little over a mile from Southwark. The inn was called the Flower de Luce. His widow Agnes (née Tyler) was involved in a court battle over the title to these properties (ref. National Archives C 2/JasI/S15/4). Francis Shattocke apparently had a son Theodor born in 1619 in Lambeth Surrey. There are other Shattocke births in this period. 

There is a family of Shattocks in Stepney, Samuel and Elizabeth Shaddock, whose first child, George Shaddock, was born 1667. Seven more were born, including the last, Francis, in 1682. 

There is a John Shattock, habberdasher and merchant tailor, who apparently leased "King's Head," probably an inn, in Southwark for 21 years in 1671. See the reference to the King's Head Inn below, that was owned by the family of a wife of a Southwark Shattock, Mark Shattock (1810-1890). It is possibly a coincidence.

William Shattock left a will in 1683 in London. He is described as a "Merchant of London." 

This page is about a particular branch of Shattocks in London, who I have dubbed the "Southwark, London Shattocks" after the area where they are found in the earliest records of the family. Although some descendants of Southwark, London Shattocks show a paper trail leading back to Henry "Shadltocke" born 1618 in Taunton, the paper trail is questionable.  The first evidence for a birth of a Southwark Shattock in London is that for Ann Shattock in Bermondsey, Surrey, England about 1799. We don't know where her father, Thomas Shattock was born in 1770, but he died in 1842 in Southwark in Guy's Hospital. There is nothing that connects him to specific parents. 

We know that Thomas Shattock was not from Staplegrove or Taunton. And the New DNA evidence showing Bob Shattock as sharing a common ancestor with the Massachusetts Shattocks, who probably originate from the village of West Bagborough north west of Taunton, Somerset supports this. He does not share a common ancestor with Shattocks in the Staplegrove / Taunton area or in the area due west of Taunton between Milverton and Wellington.  

Bob Shattock of Melbourne, a Southwark, London Shattock,  has said that back in the middle of the 1900s his father's cousin (Tom Shattock) was in touch with relatives about family origins, including Mary Shattock in London, and John Shattock in Kingston St. Mary. Mary was 85 and John was 62, so they were born in the mid to late 19th century. That means they were only one or two generations separated them from the children of Thomas Shattock. 

The story is that Thomas Shattock moved to London from a village outside of Taunton. Since the Milverton area Shattocks and the Staplegrove - Taunton area Shattocks are not closely related, and the Massachusetts Shattucks are, I am making the assumption that the Southwark Shattocks must come from a village north west of Taunton, specifically West Bagborough or Tolland.

What we know is that by the late 18th century the Southwark Shattocks were already wealthy and moved in the highest circles of London society. Thomas' son Henry Mark Shattock (1803-1872) is shown in a portrait below, wearing the fashionable clothes that broadcasted his gentlemanly status. As a young man he was well placed was a clerk in the famous South Sea Company offices. The sons and grandsons of Thomas Shattock would move in the highest social circles of the day.

Initially I thought the Southwark Shattocks made their wealth in London, having arrived there looking for work. So I have suspected that the Southwark London Shattocks had arrived in London much earlier than the late 18th century. But it is certainly possible that Thomas Shattock had relatives in London, or the family had longstanding commercial ties in London. As I noted on the page I wrote about Massachusetts origins, the Shattocks of West Bagborough - Tolland had a business relationship with a major player in the wool industry in west Somerset, the Wolcotts of Tolland. And the West Bagborough Shattocks were a very wealthy branch of the family as evidence by the number of wills probated by Shattocks in that village. So it is possible that Thomas Shattock was already wealthy and socially prominent when he arrived in London.

The Massachusetts Shattucks and the London Shattucks seem to share a history of wealth and skills. The Massachusetts Bay colony, unlike the Chesapeake Bay colony, was settled by relatively wealthy and skilful immigrants. William Shattuck of Watertown was a weaver and purchased land when he was still a teenager. The other male Shattuck immigrant, Samuel Shattuck (ca. 1620-1689) was a dyer of cloth and a shopkeeper. He also appears to have owned a tavern. West Bagborough has a huge number of wills associated with it, so prominent and wealthy Shattocks lived there. 

Finally consider the names given by Thomas to his children: Thomas, Henry, William and Richard. All common names found among West Bagborough Shattocks in the early to mid 18th century. In fact, I actually found a family of Shattocks living in West Bagborough with those names at about the right time.

What is really interesting about the fact the Massachusetts Shattucks and the Southwark, London Shattucks share an SNP mutation (Y19751) is that it unites two of the most successful branches of the Shattocke family, American Shattucks who were merchants, doctors and wealthy entrepreneurs from the earliest years of the Massachusetts Bay colony and the Southwark London Shattocks who rose to equally lofty heights in London. 

Thomas and Ann Shattock of London


St. Bride's on Fleet Street in London. 19th Century engraving.

Where the documented paper trail begins for Southwark, London Shattocks is with Thomas and Ann Shattock of Southwark. 

Thomas married Ann Middleton (1771-1848) at St. Bride's on Fleet Street in London. Both Thomas and Ann Shaddock died in Guy's Hospital, a charitable hospital for the terminally ill located in the Southwark borough of London. Ann Shaddock was in the hospital during the 1841 census sharing a ward that included boot makers, medical students, many servants, and a solicitor. 

The next year, in 1842, Thomas died. They lived in the parish of St. Olave, part of the borough of Southwark. In "A New and Compleat History and Survey of the Cities of London, Westminster and Southwark: with the Additional Buildings to the Year 1777" by Walter Harrison, Esq. (published 1775) Southwark is described as: "...contains divers streets, ways and lanes; many of which were well built and inhabited by tradesmen and manufacturers of reputation and property...." And the British History Online resource describes the event that led to all this activity: "The Act of Parliament for the construction of Blackfriars Bridge was passed in 1756 and had great effect in the borough. A writer to The Times alleged in 1810 that it had converted the bog of St. George's Fields into a mart of trade and industry and had increased the value of that property by many thousands a year." Thomas Shaddock had moved to a newly energized area of greater London.

Thomas and Ann's Descendants: Upwardly Mobile

The social advancement of Thomas and Ann can be measured in the success of their children. I have selected various sons and daughters and their children to illustrate the story of Southwark Shattocks. If you are a descendant who does not see your ancestor in this list, please let me know and I will add your ancestor to this brief synopsis. There is a complete genealogy of Thomas and Ann's descendants at the bottom of this page.  

Ann Shattock  (1799-1852)

The first born child of Thomas and Ann, Ann Shattock (1799-1852) married John Jesse (1798-1875), an official at the "Adult Orphan Institution" in Regent Park. They live in the Camberwell area of Southwark and had merchants as neighbors. They had a servant. 

Henry Mark Shattock (1803-1872)


Henry Mark Shattock's portrait (with thanks to Bob Shattock). 

Thomas' son Henry Mark Shattock (1803-1872) was an accountant who became a civil servant. He must have done well because at the age of 68 he was retired and had two servants living in his house, one a cook and the other a nurse (he died the next year). His neighbors were merchants and clerks and had governesses and other types of servants. He had obviously stepped up the social ladder. 

Early in his career, he worked for the South Sea Company. (The company is infamous for the South Sea Bubble stock fraud. However that incident occurred over a hundred years earlier, it was respectable by the time Henry Mark worked for it.) We know that because he appears as a witness in a trial in Old Bailey court, London's Central Criminal Court, 1674-1913. Rachael Oddy and her husband William were accused of theft and receiving stolen goods. Henry Mark was called because he was a link in the trail of bank notes that were involved in the theft. But here is what is relevant. Here is where he describes where he was working:

HENRY MARK SHATTOCK . I am a pay-clerk in the treasury-office at the South Sea-house. On the 8th of June I paid nine dividends in the name of Harrison, amounting to 290l. odd - I paid it in Bank-notes and took the numbers; there were two of 50l. Nos. 19,849 and 19,850.

The trial date was 1830. 

Later he worked at Guy's Hospital in London. In his capacity as an accountant at the hospital, he appeared in Old Bailey court as a witness in a trial against a workhouse manager, who was accused of selling deceased inmates to Guy's Hospital for personal gain. The trial was in 1858. See the sub-page "Henry Mark in the Old Bailey Court, Witness in the Trial of Alfred Feist" for a transcript of the trial.

The portrait you see above is a pretty strong statement of Henry Mark Shattock's social standing. Bob Shattock tells us that his son Edward Foster Shattock's death registry lists his father's occupation as Government Secretary.  

Henry Mark's name appears in British papers at the time as "Henry Mark Shattock, Esq." At the time the term "Esquire" was applied to English men who were above the rank of gentleman and below the rank of Knight. So we get a rather precise calibration of the social heights to which the Shattocks had climbed in very short order after their arrival in London. This makes me suspect that his father Thomas had already risen some distance from humble beginnings if indeed he arrived in London from Taunton. The portrait of Henry Mark appears to be of him as a young man, which suggests his family was already wealthy when he was young.

He may have been a wizard with numbers, but the book is open at a page with a picture, which may be a social signal that he was a gentleman with the leisure time to pursue educated, intellectual interests. Certainly his chosen attire communicates his membership in the more refined social circles of London.


Montague De Mancha Shattock (1867-1915)

His son Henry Foster Shattock (1830-1903) was a member of the London Stock Exchange. He must have done well in the market because in the 1901 census he is described as "living on his own means." He has two house maids and a cook. Two house maids suggests a large house indeed. The fact he and his wife did not have to work probably means he had reached "gentleman" status.His son, Montague De Mancha Shattock (1867-1915), was a career soldier, than joined the London Stock Exchange. When the first world war broke out, he rejoined the army. A plaque at the London Stock Exchange recounts his fate in the war:

1914 November - Posted to the 1st Batttalion in France.  His Commanding Officer wrote “It was with the greatest pride and thankfulness that we received him back … a much-loved and valued comrade”.

1915 January 8 or 9 - Killed in action by a sniper’s bullet through the head in the trenches near River Lys, Armentieres, France.   “Poor old Mont, we all miss him fearfully”, wrote a brother officer.  “The only consolation is that he died a hero’s death”. “We all in the mess loved Montie”, wrote another. “Out here he was a very pattern of cheerfulness”.


Henry Mark Shattock's children were perhaps the most successful of this Shattock lineage.


Robert Foster Shattock (1835-1905)

Henry Mark's son Robert Foster Shattock (1835-1905) was a retired civil servant who also had a housemaid living with him and his wife Emma (Browning), "living on his own means." He lived in a fashionable neighborhood in coastal Worthing, Sussex, where his neighbors were a solicitor, a retired superintendent of a fire brigade and a retired civil servant. It is clear that the stock market had become the favored family business because Robert Foster Shattock's son Cyril Vernon Shattock (1871-1956) at age forty is described in the census as a "stock and share dealer." 

Frederick Foster Shattock (18843-1880): The Shattocks in India
East India Railway volunteers. Is Frederick Foster Shattock among them?

Thomas and Ann's son Frederick Foster Shattock (1843-1880) went to India, working as a "traffic superintendent."  In all probability he was working as a traffic superintendent for the East India Railway in Khagaul, a town just south of Dinapore in Bengal, India (now Dānāpur, in India’s Bihār state). There was a railway station just outside of town that also acted as a headquarters of a company of East Indian Railway volunteers. They were given the responsibility for local security to free regular army soldiers to fight. It was actually compulsory for local British subjects to join the volunteer brigade, so we can be reasonably sure Frederick Foster Shattock was an officer in the volunteers. In 1871 he married Victoria Eliza Sibold (1849-) in Dinapore, Bengal, India. 

A small taste of what it must have been like living near Dinapore can be derived from this short account found on the "Welcome Libary."

Dinapore was a staging post on the route up the Ganges plain inland from Calcutta towards Delhi, and an important garrison supporting East India Company rule in the sub-continent: it was the largest military cantonment in Bengal. Within it there would always have been based a large population of European soldiers doing their best to cope with an unfamiliar culture and an unfamiliar climate. (By the start of August, Dinapore would have been well into the monsoon season, with an average temperature of close to 30°C and weather dominated by massive convection thunderstorms.) Historically, the British response to culture shock and to hot weather has often revolved around downing large amounts of alcohol...


Clement Osborn Bartrum clock.

Frederick and Victoria had a child Emily Foster Shattock (1872-) the year after they married.  In 1875 they had a son Percy Ernest Frederick Shattock (1875-1937). He went to divinity school in England, earning an M.A. and became a vicar in Kingstone, Somerset. His wife, Ethel Amy Harvest (1873-1951), came from a wealthy family. 

In 1880 Kate Isabel Foster (1880-1957) was born to Frederick and Victoria in Dinapore, Bengal. She married Clement Osborn Bartrum (1868-1939) in 1906 in England. He was the son of a wool merchant and became a partner in a worsted wool manufacturer, making enough money to retire in 1929. Kate was the great granddaughter of a wool comber, so it is a measure of the family's social advancement that she now was married to a partner in a cloth manufacturer. 

In his obituary, Clement Osburn is described as having a "versatile mind." Besides being a successful manufacturer of cloth, he studied in evenings to acquire a B.Sc. degree at Birkbeck College, invented a mechanism for a precision clock and was a member of the Royal Astronomical Society. He was a good example of how technological and social changes in the 19th century produced a new class of people who were wealthy, educated and socially prominent.

Frederick Foster Shattock died at the young age of 36, five weeks after the birth of his daughter Kate. Whether it was from disease or the result of his duties in the so-called volunteers, I do not know.


In front of the Royal Stock Exchange

Arthur Foster Shattock (1848-1934)
Henry Mark Shattock's son Arthur Foster Shattock was a stock broker. He married Laura Eliza Routledge (1854-1923) in 1876. They had three boys and a girl. Their son Eric Arthur Shattock (1877-1957) was a clergyman. Their other sons entered the insurance business. Their daughter Amy Shattock married Arthur Ernest Pearse (1876-1951). He worked for the East India Company in India. When he died in 1951, his estate was worth multiples of millions of dollars, in today's dollars. 






The Melbourne, Australia Branch of the Southwark, London Shattocks

Edward Foster Shattock (1846-1920) is another son of Henry Mark Shattock. He was born in Peckham, Surrey, England (London) and died in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, 100 km (63 miles) northwest of Melbourne. Like some of his relatives in the Southwark, London Shattocks he was an accountant. This is a very large branch of the Southwark, London Shattocks. I have devoted an entire sub-page to its story: The Melbourne, Australia Shattocks.

Mark Shattock (1810-1890)
Old King's Head in Southwark, only a few blocks from Guy's Hospital. The sign outside says it was established in 1881, which would be a long time after Aaron Carter's pub.

The London Shattocks seem to have been money people. They were stock brokers, insurance executives or accountants. In the case of Thomas and Ann's last born son, he was an accountant. But especially poignant is that he was the accountant for Guy's Hospital, where his parents died and some of his parents descendants spent the last days of their lives. He married Catherine Carter (1815-1900), who was the daughter of Aaron Carter, owner of a pub in Southwark, an area known for its inns. We even have a description of the sign for the inn from British History Online:

Henry VIII., as we all know, in spite of his cruelty, lust, and tyranny, was a favourite sign among hostelries both in London and up and down the country. "Only fifty or sixty years ago," writes Mr. J. Larwood, in 1866, "there still remained a well-painted half-length portrait of Bluff Harry as the sign of the 'King's Head' before a public-house in Southwark. His personal appearance doubtless, more than his character as a king, was at the bottom of this popular favour. He looked the personification of jollity and good cheer; and when the evil passions expressed by his face were lost under the clumsy brush of the sign-painter, there remained nothing but a merry 'beery-looking' Bacchus, well adapted for a public-house sign."

Aaron Carter wrote a rather long and detailed will where he gave part of his estate to his daughter Catherine.


St. Stanley Bois (1864-1838)

Mark and Catherine had a son Mark (1837-1885), who had a B.A. from Pembroke College and subsequently was a schoolmaster. He married Susanna Bois. She was a sister to Sir Stanley Bois (1864-1838), who was a knight. He was one of the two initial senior partners of the Ceylon firm of estate agents, general merchants, and financial agents called Bois Bros. & Co., founded in Columbo in 1891.   He was active in the public life of Ceylon, become Chairman of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce and filled other high positions.  His knighthood was conferred upon him for his work as the Commissioner-General for Ceylon at the St. Louis Exhibition of 1904, as well as his public services generally. His bio in the book "Twentieth Century Impressions of Ceylon" by Arnold Wright says "He is a member of all the leading clubs of the island. He divides his leisure time between music and motoring. His private residences are Hunupitiya Cottage and Silha, Nuwara Eliya, in the hill country." He returned to England when he retired and left a small fortune to his widow. He was the executor of Mark jr.'s estate.

Clearly the Shattocks by the late 19th century and early 20th century were moving in the highest social circles. 

Mark's son Reginald Arthur Shattock (1868-1916) was an insurance underwriter who married Beatrice Godfrey Bowman (1869-1956), daughter of a coal merchant. His other son, Betram Foster Shattock (1870-1937) was a chief clerk for an insurance company. He married Maude Charlotte Augusta Croggon (1874-1960), the daughter of a felt merchant.  

Mark's son Sydney Herbert Shattock (1853-) was an Oxford graduate who also worked in the insurance industry and apparently was a stock broker. In an Old Bailey court proceeding, 26th February 1883, against Abraham Bensilum involving fraud, Herbert Shattock appears as one of the victims of Bensilum's deception, losing 131l.

Genealogy of the Taunton - London Shattocks
Here is the genealogy of the Southwark, London Shattocks, beginning with the founders, Thomas and Ann Shattock.

Thomas Shattock ca. 1770-1842 (Ann Middleton 1771–1848)  

            1. Ann Shattock 1799–1852 (John Jesse 1798–1875)

            2. Thomas Shattock 1801–1804 

            3. Henry Mark Shattock 1803–1872 (Mary Foster 1809–1880)

                            3.1 Henry Foster Shattock 1830–1903 (Charlotte Rice Allerton 1837–1919)

                                                3.1.1 Beatrice Allerton Shattock 1861–1866

                                                3.1.2 Stanley Mortimore Shattock 1863–1926

                                                3.1.3 Mabel Foster Shattock 1864–1944

                                                3.1.4 Eustace Cecil Shattock 1866–1907

                                                3.1.5 Montague De Mancha Shattock 1867–1915

                                                3.1.6 Harold Allerton Shattock 1871–1913 (Florence Maria Throp 1878–)
                                                            Harold Montague Allerton Shattock 1900–1942  (Mabel Violet Hawkins)

                                                3.1.7 Geoffrey Osmund Shattock 1874–1908

                            3.2 Mary Foster Shattock 1831–1909 (Robert Pullen Webber 1824–1872)

                            3.3 Thomas Foster Shattock 1833–1925 

                            3.4 Robert Foster Shattock 1835–1905 (Emma Eliza Theresa Browning 1846–)

                                                3.4.1 Ida P F Shattuck 1870–

                                                3.4.2 Cyril Vernon Shattock 1871–1956 (Agnes Marian Bray 1875–1959)
                                                            Bernard Foster Shattock 1897–1974 (Lilian I Martyr)
                                                            Iris Muriel Shattock 1902–

                            3.5 Harriet Foster Shattock 1838–1892 (Henry Richard Brett 1837–1899)

                            3.6 Catherine Foster Shattock 1839–1923 (Martin Edward Wilkinson 1832–1899)

                            3.7 Emily Foster Shattock 1841–1916 (Joseph Dowson 1831–1868)

                            3.8 Frederick Foster Shattock 1843–1880 (Victoria Eliza Sibold 1849–)
                                                Emily Foster Shattock 1872–
                                                Rev. Percy Ernest Frederick Shattock 1875–1937 (Ethel Amy Harvest 1873–1951)
                                                Kate Isabel Foster Shattock 1879–1957 (Clement Osborn Bartrum 1868–1939)

                            3.9 Edward Foster Shattock 1846–1920 (Agnes Montgomery McEwan 1848–1931)

                                                3.9.1 Edward Foster Shattock abt 1869–1876

                                                3.9.2 Frederick Andrew Shattock 1871–1937 (Elizabeth Bateman Sanders 1876–1925)

                                                                    3.9.2.1 Frederick Henry Shattock 1900–2001 (Melva Muriel Kitely 1905–2002)
                                                                                        John Wilkie Shattock 1933– (Christina Janet Coles)
                                                                                                    Peter Alan Shattock 1970–
                                                                                                    Ian Jeffrey Shattock 1972–
                                                                                                    Wendy Joy Shattock 1976–
                                                                                                    Andrew Glen Shattock 1978–

                                                                    3.9.2.2 Charlotte Agnes Shattock 1901–1949

                                                                    3.9.2.3 Frank Arnold Shattock 1903–1993 (Florence Ethel Gray 1901–1996)
                                                                                        Bryan Geoffrey Shattock –2006

                                                                    3.9.2.4 Percival Cyril Shattock 1905–1998 (Una Allison Boundy 1908–2000)

                                                                    3.9.2.5 Reginald Thomas Shattock 1908–1989 (Lillian Greta Dean 1907–1985)
                                                                                        Barry Paul Shattock 1947– (Miriam Mary Harrington)

                                                                    3.9.2.6 Clive Edward Shattock 1909–1992 (Edna Hadley Nelson 1912–2006)
                                                                                        Valerie Margaret Shattock 1939– (Maxwell George Anderson)
                                                                                        Robert Edward Shattock 1944– (Suzanne Louise Rose)
                                                                                                    Scott Edward Shattock 1971–
                                                                                                    Todd Nicholas Shattock 1973–
                                                                                                    Melissa Louise Shattock 1976–

                                                                    3.9.2.7 Ellen Doreen Shattock 1912–1990 (Ted Perrett)

                                                                    3.9.2.8 Marjorie Elizabeth Shattock 1915–1981 (Noel Humphrey Richard Thomas Sinclair 1906–1969)

                                                3.9.3 Agnes Mary Florence Shattock 1873–1945 (Richard Banfield Kent)

                                                3.9.4 Tom Harvey Shattock 1875–1956 (Ellen Cole 1876–1919) (2nd wife: Evelyn Ashmore Heath 1875-1959)

                                                                    3.9.4.1 William Harvey Shattock 1901–1993 (Norma Elizabeth Bang 1901–1994)
                                                                                        Joy Elizabeth Shattock 1930–(Donald John Sutherland)
                                                                                        John William Shattock 1936– (Judith Anne Smith)
                                                                                                    Suzanne Louise Shattock 1961–
                                                                                                    Katrina Jane Shattock 1964–
                                                                                                    Murray John Harvey Shattock 1967–

                                                                    3.9.4.2 Tom Montgomery Shattock 1903–1942 (Marjorie Irene Butchart 1907–)
                                                                                        Joan Christine Shattock 1939– (Leon Casey)
                                                                                        Robert William Shattock 1942– Ann Gwynneth Court
                                                                                                    Christopher Michael Thomas Shattock 1965–
                                                                                                    Elinor Kristin Shattock 1972–

                                                                    3.9.4.3 Robert Henry Shattock 1905–1943

                                                                    3.9.4.4 Elizabeth Shattock 1907–

                                                                    3.9.4.5 Mary Agnes Shattock 1909–1964

                                                3.9.5 Herbert Alexander Shattock 1876–1949 (Rolinda St John Kelson 1882–1972)

                                                                    3.9.5.1 Edward Herbert Harvey Shattock 1903–1978 (Eva Mary Ellis 1909–1981)
                                                                                        Edward Shattock 1930–
                                                                                        Gwenneth June Shattock 1931–1970 (Roland John Cookson)

                                                                    3.9.5.2 Herbert Alexander Shattock II 1905–1973 (Claire Alice Buck 1906–2002)
                                                                                        Vivienne Claire Shattock 1928– (Douglas Walter Davis 1923–1997)
                                                                                        Herbert Alexander Shattock III 1929– (Lois)
                                                                                                        Tracy Shattock
                                                                                                        Mark Shattock
                                                                                                        Rolinda Shattock
                                                                                        Desmond Philip Shattock 1936– (Dorothy Donald)
                                                                                                        Philip Stephen Shattock 1957–
                                                                                                        Gregory Alan Shattock 1959–
                                                                                                        Vicki Rene Shattock 1960–
                                                                                                        Kerry Leanne Shattock 1962–

                                                                    3.9.5.3 Donald Howard Shattock 1910–1940 (Melba Irene Jose 1910–)

                                                                    3.9.5.4 Brenda Linda Ion Shattock 1918–1977 (Allan Sydney Farrow 1911–1962)

                                                3.9.6 Ernest Love Shattock 1878–1945 (Janet Gilmour Blackwood 1882–1953)
                                                                    Annie Agnes Love Shattock 1904–1985

                                                3.9.7 Cecil Ambrose Shattock 1880–1962 (Edith Mathilde Forbes 1880–1962)

                                                                    3.9.7.1 Phyllis Marie Shattock 1908–1974

                                                                    3.9.7.2 Leslie Forbes Shattock 1912– (Marcia Dorothy Cawood 1915–2002)
                                                                                        Marilyn Kay Shattock 1946–
                                                                                        Robyn Lynette Shattock 1950–

                                                                    3.9.7.3 Marjorie Shattock 1916–1993

                                                                    3.9.7.4 Adrian Forbes Shattock 1919–1999 (Lorna May Hutchinson 1917–1979)

                                                                    3.9.7.5 Keith Victor Forbes Shattock 1920–1991 (Olive Margaret)

                                                3.9.8 Dora Lavina Shattock 1882–1955

                                                3.9.9 Albert Foster Shattock 1885–1922 (Lillie Beck 1885-1937)

                                                                    3.9.9.1 Gwendolyn Lillie Shattock 1909– (William Gordon Trevitt 1906–)

                                                                    3.9.9.2 Foster Phelps Shattock 1911–1987 (Edna Margaret Anderson 1914–1994)

                                                                    3.9.9.3 Edmond Jack Shattock 1913– (Bernice Excell 1913–2003)
                                                                                        Christopher John Shattock 1943– (Norma Lee Carrick)
                                                                                                        Stephen John Shattock 1971–
                                                                                                        Kathryn Ann Shattock 1972–
                                                                                        Peter Grant Shattock 1948– (Kama Diane Lane)
                                                                                                        Laura Jessamy Shattock 1976–
                                                                                                        Emily Rhyll Shattock 1979–
                                                                                                        Gregory Kynan Shattock 1982–
                                                                                        Verity Jan Shattock 1950-1950

                                                                    3.9.9.4 Gilda May Shattock 1922–2015 (William Geoffrey Norris 1906–1979)

                                                3.9.10 Sylvia Constance Shattock 1890-1982 (Henry Beveridge McArthur 1889-1982)


                            3.10 Arthur Foster Shattock 1848–1934 (Laura Eliza Routledge 1854–1923)

                                            3.10.1 Reverend Eric Arthur Shattock 1877–1957 Deborah Laetitia Paton Archibald 1882–1960
                                                                    John Swithun Harvey Shattock 1907–1993
                                                                    Bernard Archibald Shattock 1912–1995

                                            3.10.2 Amy Shattock 1879–1965 (Arthur Ernest Pearse 1876–1951)

                                            3.10.3 Leonard Shattock 1883– (Nancy Greathead 1889–1952)
                                                                    James Selby "Jim" Shattock 1918–2004 (Muriel Singleton –2006)
                                                                    Nicholas Coryndon Shattock 1921–1943 

                                            3.10.4 Ernest Keith Shattock 1887–1962 (Elsa Maria Sanders 1896–1956)
                                                                    Brian Keith Shattock 1926–2006 (Gillian M. Stevens)

                            3.11 Herbert Shattock 1850–1930 (Alice Furze Vickers 1854–1949)
                                           Constance Mary Shattock 1884–1975
                                           Nellie Shattock 1888–1906
                                           William Shattock 1890–1972 (Madeline Joyce Goodwin Bailey 1897–1953)

                            3.12 Percival Harvey Shattock 1853–1889 (Eva Pontifex Skeet 1854–)
                                           Mildred Pontifex Shattock 1878–1969 (Harold Baker Sly 1881–)
                                           Mary Leslie Shattock 1880– 

            4. Thomas James Shattock 1805–1829 (Frances Carter)

            5. William Shattock 1806– 

            6. Richard William Shattock 1806–1830

            7. Mary Shattock 1809–1884 (Vincent Edward Van 1807–1838)

            8. Mark Shattock 1810–1890 (Catherine Carter 1815–1900)

                            8.1 Mark Shattock 1837–1885 (Susanna Bois 1844–1877)

                                            8.1.1 Ernest Mark Shattock 1866–1920 (Evelyn Mabel Byrde 1881–1956)

                                            8.1.2 Reginald Arthur Shattock 1868–1916 (Beatrice Godfery Bowman 1869–1956)
                                                            Audrey Beatrice Shattock 1893– (George W. Hamilton Turner)
                                                            Dulcie Ada Shattock 1905– (Julius W E Stanley 1890–1960)

                                            8.1.3 Bertram Foster Shattock 1870–1937 (Maude Charlotte Augusta Croggon 1874–1960)

                            8.2 Kate Shattock 1839–1880 (Arthur Stephen Marshall 1842–1879)

                            8.3 Fanny Shattock 1843–1909 

                            8.4 Jane Shattock 1845–1870

                            8.5 George Shattock 1847–1888

                            8.6 Emma Shattock 1850–1909

                            8.7 Sydney Herbert Shattock 1853–

            9. Elizabeth Shattock 1814