The friends of Mr Alfred Titheridge are most respectfully informed the remains of his late beloved wife will leave the Kew Asylum for the place of internment in the Kew Cemetery this day Saturday 10 December at three o’clock. Thomas Jennings Undertaker 128 Queens Street.
Two years later in 1877 Alfred remarried to Jane Gardiner Metcalf. On the 1851 census in Winchester Alfred was an apprentice coach trimmer and by 1857 his occupation was coach maker. By 1863 he was working for the Victorian Railways. The following article was found in the Australian Newspapers. presumably celebrating his retirement
Mr A Titheridge late of the Carriage Shops Spencer Street and upwards of thirty years in the Department was made the recipient of a silver mounted umbrella the gift of his fellow workmen.
Titheridge – On the 7 inst. at 18 Wellington Street, Newmarket Alfred Titheridge late of the Victorian railways aged 61 years.
As far as I am aware there were no children from either marriage.
In a local Hampshire paper I found the following advert for the ship's voyage, Alfred probably read some similar advert
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