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Edward Henry AdeyAge: 8318691952

Name
Edward Henry Adey
Surname
Adey
Given names
Edward Henry
Birth 1869 30 26
Address: Tuisdale, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, England.
MarriageAmy Priscilla KingView family

Birth of a brotherJohn William Linnell Adey
1872 (Age 3)
Birth of a brotherFrank George Adey
1875 (Age 6)
Death of a paternal grandfatherRev. Edward Adey
28 April 1876 (Age 7)
Birth of a sisterBeatrice Maud Adey
17 August 1877 (Age 8)
Birth of a sisterFlorence Lilian Adey
1879 (Age 10)
Birth of a sisterMabel Rebbie Linnell Adey
1884 (Age 15)

Death of a brotherJohn William Linnell Adey
1888 (Age 19)
Death of a motherLucy George
20 November 1890 (Age 21)
MarriageAlice GatesView family
1892 (Age 23)
Marriage of a parentJohn Daniel AdeyLilly PayneView family
13 August 1892 (Age 23)
Address: Brighton Register Office, Brighton, Sussex, England.
Marriage of a parentJohn Daniel AdeyIsabella Valentine BatchelorView family
1899 (Age 30)
Death of a paternal grandmotherMary Linnell
25 December 1899 (Age 30)

Birth of a son
#1
Edward Anthony Adey
27 June 1915 (Age 46)
Death of a fatherJohn Daniel Adey
11 May 1930 (Age 61)

Death of a sisterEsther Alice Adey
12 June 1937 (Age 68)

Death of a sisterLucy Annie Adey
1941 (Age 72)

Death of a sisterMary Elizabeth Adey
1943 (Age 74)

Death of a wifeAmy Priscilla King
1947 (Age 78)
Address: Alvah, 76 The Marina, Deal, Kent, England.
Marriage of a childEdward Anthony AdeyKathleen Joan KinippleView family
23 April 1949 (Age 80)
Address: St. Margaret's Church, Ilford, Essex, England.
Death of a brotherFrank George Adey
1952 (on the date of death)

Death 1952 (Age 83)

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mother
 
Marriage: 12 February 1862Marylebone, City of Westminster, London, England
13 months
elder sister
21 months
elder sister
5 years
elder sister
Esther Alice Adey
Birth: 20 June 1868 29 25Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England
Death: 12 June 1937
18 months
4 years
younger brother
4 years
younger brother
3 years
younger sister
2 years
younger sister
6 years
younger sister
Father’s family with Lilly Payne - View family
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step-mother
 
Marriage: 13 August 1892Brighton, Sussex, England
Father’s family with Isabella Valentine Batchelor - View family
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step-mother
 
Marriage: 1899Brighton, Sussex, England
Family with Alice Gates - View family
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Marriage: 1892Brighton, Sussex, England
Family with Amy Priscilla King - View family
wife
 
Marriage: Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England
son

Note
Edward was a congregationalist, he was known as Teddy. At the time of the 1881 census Edward was living at 8 Wakefield Road, Brighton, Sussex with his parents. In 1883 Edward passed First Grade Model Drawing. In 1886, aged 17 he attained a Second Class, Advanced Stage pass in an examination held be The Department of Science and Art. This was followed in 1887 by a Second Grade Art Examination in Geometry (the certificate is marked "Excellent") and in 1888 a First Class Second Grade in Perspective Drawing (again the certificate is marked "Excellent"). At the time of the 1891 census Edward was living at home with his parents. His occupation is given as surveyors assistant. He qualified as a fellow of the Institute of Architects and Surveyors on 18th April 1896 whilst living at 5 Chapel Street, Berkhampstead. At the time of the 1901 census Edward was living at Adeyville, Great Berkhamsted with Alice and a 15 year old servant named Jennie Johnson. His occupation is given as "surveyor to local authorities". According to Kelly's Directory of Hertfordshire 1902 Edward worked for the Urban District Council and for Berkhamstead Rural District Council at Montague Road, Great Berkhamstead as an Sanitary Inspector and a Surveyor. He was also a canal boat inspector. Kelly's Directory of Hertfordshire 1908 gives the same information but his offices have moved to 177 High Street, Great Berkhamstead. In 1915 on his sons birth certificate Edwards occupation is shown as "civil engineer". He purchased Alvah, 76 The Marina, Deal, Kent in 1930 and land on the opposite side of the road in 1935. He served as an independent councillor in Deal from 1935 to 1938, he was chairman of the Public Health Committee and according to family tradition he was elected Mayor but the Town was evacuated following the outbreak of war before he actually held office. During this time he was also a Guardian at the Workhouse in Eastry and he used to carve the turkey there every Christmas. During the second world war the family lived in Cowbridge, Glamorgan.


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