Ena Flora was born on 6 Aug 1908 at The Cricketer's Arms in Beoley Road, Redditch where her five brothers and sisters, Albert, Mildred, Doris, Ralph and Osmond were also born.
Later the family moved to The Royal Exchange at Droitwich, before Albert Parker became the proprietor of The Bear Hotel in Evesham. Later still they moved to the Red Lion at Astwood Bank, where they stayed until her father died on February 11th, 1930 aged 53.
When she was young, she helped in the family business behind the bar. She went to school in Evesham, and, for a time, she worked at Boots the chemist in Evesham.
She spent much of her time with the Evesham Rowing Club, but an accident on the river, in which she almost drowned, resulted in her being frightened of water and she never learned to swim.
It was when the family had moved to The Red Lion at Astwood Bank, that she met Laddie Weaver in 1928.
Ena Flora Weaver met Laddie at the Red Lion at Astwood Bank, probably in 1928, since the first photograph that Ena gave Laddie is inscribed "Love Ena - 1928". They married at St Lawrence Evesham on 15th April 1933, and after a reception at the Almonry, Ena and Laddie went on honeymoon to Babbacombe in Devon. They bought a semi-detached house, 'Pensarn' in Rigby Lane, Bromsgrove, where their three sons were born. The youngest was born just weeks before the outbreak of the Second World War, and shortly after the family moved to 'The Homestead', School Lane, Lickey End, Bromsgrove, a delightful home with deeds dating back to 1600; and this house was probably responsible for many of the future family homes being half-timbered.
After her husband's retirement they moved to a bungalow on Worcester Road.
Ena died of pancreatic cancer in July 1983.