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Frank George AdeyAge: 7718751952

Name
Frank George Adey
Surname
Adey
Given names
Frank George
Birth 1875 36 32
Death of a paternal grandfatherRev. Edward Adey
28 April 1876 (Age 15 months)
Birth of a sisterBeatrice Maud Adey
17 August 1877 (Age 2)
Birth of a sisterFlorence Lilian Adey
1879 (Age 4)
Birth of a sisterMabel Rebbie Linnell Adey
1884 (Age 9)

Death of a brotherJohn William Linnell Adey
1888 (Age 13)
Death of a motherLucy George
20 November 1890 (Age 15)
Marriage of a parentJohn Daniel AdeyLilly PayneView family
13 August 1892 (Age 17)
Address: Brighton Register Office, Brighton, Sussex, England.
Marriage of a parentJohn Daniel AdeyIsabella Valentine BatchelorView family
1899 (Age 24)
Death of a paternal grandmotherMary Linnell
25 December 1899 (Age 24)

MarriageBertha Emma Elizabeth DownView family
1902 (Age 27)
Birth of a son
#1
Frank Cornelius Adey
18 December 1904 (Age 29)

Birth of a son
#2
Ralph Adey
1906 (Age 31)

Death of a fatherJohn Daniel Adey
11 May 1930 (Age 55)

Death of a sisterEsther Alice Adey
12 June 1937 (Age 62)

Death of a sisterLucy Annie Adey
1941 (Age 66)

Death of a sisterMary Elizabeth Adey
1943 (Age 68)

Death of a brotherEdward Henry Adey
1952 (on the date of death)

Death 1952 (Age 77)

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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
elder brother
4 years
elder brother
4 years
3 years
younger sister
2 years
younger sister
6 years
younger sister
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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 Bertha Emma Elizabeth Down - View family
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Marriage: 1902Brighton, Sussex, England
3 years
son
Frank Cornelius Adey
Birth: 18 December 1904 29 29
Death: 10 December 2005Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
2 years
son

Note
At the time of the 1881 census Frank was living with his parents at 8 Wakefield Road, Brighton, Sussex. At the time of the 1891 census Frank was still living at home with his parents, his occupation is given as teacher. For 20 years he was connected with the training of teachers first as resident tutor at Borough Road College, Isleworth and then under London County Council whose service he entered at the end of 1899 as a lecturer to pupil teachers. At the time of the 1901 census Frank was a schoolmaster in Camberwell living as a boarder with John Henley, a 74 year old widower, and his daughters Rose and Edith at 27 Matham Grove, Camberwell. The Post Office London Directories for 1904 and 1905 show Frank George Adey living at 78 Beauval Road, East Dulwich, Camberwell, in 1906 he moved to Ealing. In 1911 he became a lecturer in education at the Islington Day Training College, at various times he held important posts as an examiner. 1914 brought anxieties to the staff of training colleges and Frank transferred to secondary education becoming a member of the staff of Sloane School, Chelsea where he remained until his retirement. At the time of his retirement (due to ill health) he was living at Covelly Road, Ealing, his retirement was covered by his local paper. The article in the paper mentions Rev John, Rev Edward and Rev William Thomas and their achievements. The article also states that he had a BA. Frank was treasurer of the Ealing Green Sunday School, treasurer of the Ealing Cripple Parlour and the Ealing branch of the Shaftesbury Society's Cripple Mission since their establishment in 1923. He retired to 46 Hillsboro Road, Bognor Regis where he lived for 19 years despite being in poor health and he took a leading part in the Church and social life of the town. He supported the Boys Brigade and remained in touch with former members while they served in the forces during the war. He regularly wrote thoughtful and well penned letter to "The Post" which appeared under the pseudonym of "A lover of Bognor". The Post included an obituary for him which states that be was an MA. His internment was preceded by a service at Bognor Regis Congregational Church.


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