The history of my family
Ena Flora EDWARDS
Housewife of Redditch, Worcestershire
Alternative names
Ena Flora WEAVER (Married)
Ancestors
Show generations
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Unknown EDWARDS
~1754 - ~1804
John EDWARDS
~1795 - 1844
Millwright of Warwickshire
 
Enoch EDWARDS
1840 - ~1911
Licensed victualler of Birmingham, Warwickshire
 
Joseph REYNOLDS
~1714 - bur.1775
Carpet weaver of Upper Arley, Bewdley, Worcestershire
Richard REYNOLDS
bap.1772 - 1852
Agricultural labourer of Upper Arley, Bewdley, Worcestershire
 
John UNDERHILL
~1691 - bur.1788
of Coleshill, Warwickshire
Susannah UNDERHILL
bap.1729 - bur.1773
of Coleshill, Warwickshire
 
Anne PADDY
~1695 - bur.1732
of Coleshill, Warwickshire
Sarah REYNOLDS
1807 - ~1884
Confectioner of Kinlet, Shropshire
 
Elizabeth FOULK
~1770 - ~1836
of Oldbury, Bridgnorth, Shropshire
Albert Parker EDWARDS
1876 - 1930
Licensed victualler of Aston, Warwickshire
 
Unknown PARKER
~1725 - ~1775
John PARKER
1772 - 1836
Plating business owner of Birmingham, Warwickshire
 
Edward PARKER
1809 - 1876
Jeweller of Birmingham, Warwickshire
 
Unknown BLOWER
~1692 - ~1742
William BLOWER
~1734 - ~1809
Button Maker of Birmingham, Warwickshire
 
Margaret BLOWER
~1770 - 1837
of Birmingham, Warwickshire
 
Unknown SMITH
~1693 - ~1743
Sarah SMITH
~1734 - ~1809
of Birmingham, Warwickshire
 
Emelia 'Emily' PARKER
1840 - 1895
of Edgbaston, Birmingham, Warwickshire
 
Samuel JONES
1779 - 1864
Boot maker of Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland
Mary JONES
1808 - 1864
of City Of London, London, Middlesex
 
John BROOKER
1645 - ~1706
Girdler coffeeman of London, Middlesex
William BROOKER
1675 - ~1745
of Brighton, Sussex
 
Jane PITMAN
1644 - ~1706
of St Dunstan-in-the-West, London, Middlesex
Zacharias BROOKER
bap.1715 - bur.1788
Butcher of Brighton, Sussex
 
Zacharias BROOKER
1752 - bur.1793
Butcher of City of Westminster, London, Middlesex
 
John BELCHIER
~1595 - ~1645
Samuell BELCHIER
bap.1638 - bur.1688
Apothecary of Barford St John, Banbury, Oxfordshire
 
Elizabeth [BELCHIER]
~1595 - ~1645
John BELCHIER
bap.1686 - ~1746
Cabinet maker and craftsman of furniture, mirrors and glass of Deddington, Banbury, Oxfordshire
 
Beata WEST
~1642 - bur.1686
of Deddington, Banbury, Oxfordshire
Elizabeth BELCHIER
bap.1712 - bur.1795
of City Of London, London, Middlesex
 
Thomas BELCHER
~1643 - ~1743
of City Of London, London, Middlesex
Catherine BELCHER
~1683 - ~1749
of City Of London, London, Middlesex
 
Rebecca [BELCHER]
~1642 - ~1692
Jane Elizabeth BROOKER
1785 - ~1873
of St Giles, London, Middlesex
 
William STEEL
1725 - 1759
of City Of London, London, Middlesex
Jane STEEL
1755 - ~1814
of Shoreditch, London, Middlesex
 
Jane [STEEL]
1718 - 1807
of Shoreditch, London, Middlesex
Ena Flora EDWARDS
1908 - 1983
Housewife of Redditch, Worcestershire
 
John STOKES
~1711 - bur.1765
of Sarsden, Oxfordshire
Thomas STOKES
bap.1758 - 1817
of Churchill, Oxfordshire
 
Anne WILLIAMS
~1723 - bur.1795
of Sarsden, Oxfordshire
Thomas STOKES
bap.1796 - bur.1860
Stonemason of Churchill, Oxfordshire
 
William NAISH
~1724 - ~1799
of Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire
Elizabeth NAISH
bap.1758 - ~1819
of Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire
 
Daniel MEADS
~1696 - ~1781
Traveller of No fixed abode
Ann MEADS
bap.1737 - ~1797
of Halford, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire
 
Thomas STOKES
1816 - 1885
Wheelwright of Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
William MORTIMER ALS BAKER
~1559 - 1609
Yeoman of Stratton Audley, Oxfordshire
William MORTIMER
~1607 - 1657
Yeoman of Stratton Audley, Oxfordshire
 
Thomas MORTIMER
~1611 - ~1645
of Stratton Audley, Oxfordshire
 
Margaret [MORTIMER]
~1628 - bur.1678
of Stratton Audley, Oxfordshire
John MORTIMER
bap.1674 - bur.1729
Yeoman of Duns Tew, Oxfordshire
 
Beatrice [MORTIMER]
~1617 - ~1667
Thomas MORTIMORE
bap.1719 - bur.1790
of Piddington, Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
William FENNYMORE
~1581 - ~1656
of Wendlebury, Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
Mariana VENIMORE
~1585 - bur.1635
of Wendlebury, Bicester, Oxfordshire
William VENEMORE
bap.1614 - 1684
Yeoman of Wendlebury, Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
Elizabeth [FENNYMORE]
~1581 - ~1656
of Wendlebury, Bicester, Oxfordshire
William VENIMORE
bap.1644 - bur.1707
Yeoman of Wendlebury, Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
Andrew HYDE
~1578 - ~1663
of Drayton, Abingdon, Oxfordshire
 
Marianne [HYDE]
~1585 - bur.1635
of Wendlebury, Bicester, Oxfordshire
Elizabeth HYDE
bap.1619 - 1705
of Drayton, Abingdon, Oxfordshire
 
Elizabeth [HYDE]
~1578 - ~1628
Alice VENIMORE
bap.1677 - bur.1754
of Wendlebury, Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
Unknown ALLEY ALS LEVERETT
~1601 - ~1651
Grace ALLEY
~1642 - 1728
of Charlton-on-Otmoor, Kidlington, Oxfordshire
 
Thomas MORTIMORE
bap.1759 - 1842
Agricultural labourer of Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
Ann GOUGH
~1711 - bur.1770
of Chesterton, Oxfordshire
Martha MORTIMER
bap.1797 - 1869
of Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
Unknown HORWOOD
~1511 - ~1561
of Noke, Oxfordshire
Richard 'Goodman' HORWOOD
~1544 - 1593
of Noke, Oxfordshire
 
Richard HORWOOD
bap.1581 - ~1648
of Noke, Oxfordshire
 
Alice 'Goodwyff' FLAXMAN
~1544 - 1597
of Noke, Oxfordshire
William HARWOOD
bap.1618 - ~1668
of Wendlebury, Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
Catharine PARSONS
~1591 - bur.1682
of Wendlebury, Bicester, Oxfordshire
Daniel HORWOOD
bap.1646 - ~1708
of Wendlebury, Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
Mary [HARWOOD]
~1610 - ~1660
Daniel HORWOOD
bap.1682 - ~1744
of Wendlebury, Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
Mary HATCHMAN
~1637 - ~1713
of Wendlebury, Bicester, Oxfordshire
Joseph HORWOOD
bap.1707 - ~1767
of Chesterton, Oxfordshire
 
Joseph BLACKWELL
~1632 - ~1682
Mary BLACKWELL
~1673 - ~1748
of Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
William HORWOOD
bap.1728 - bur.1799
of Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
John TOOLEY
~1637 - ~1722
of Bicester, Oxfordshire
John TOOL(E)Y
bap.1678 - ~1728
of Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
Anne TOOL(E)Y
bap.1705 - ~1766
of Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
Hannah HORWOOD
bap.1761 - bur.1834
of Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
Thomas RUSH
~1640 - bur.1702
Gardener of Bicester, Oxfordshire
Robert RUSH
bap.1691 - bur.1759
of Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
John PERKINS
~1615 - ~1699
of Bicester, Oxfordshire
Alice PERKINS
bap.1653 - ~1713
of Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
Judith RUSH
bap.1726 - bur.1800
of Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
John HERITAGE
~1642 - bur.1692
of Bicester, Oxfordshire
Mary HERITAGE
bap.1688 - bur.1768
of Bicester, Oxfordshire
 
Frederick STOKES
1845 - 1917
Coachbuilder of Bledington, Gloucestershire
 
Thomas BROWNING
~1649 - ~1734
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
Thomas BROWNING
bap.1690 - bur.1723
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
Samuel BROWNING
bap.1720 - bur.1757
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
John PRICE
~1650 - ~1735
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
Elizabeth PRICE
bap.1691 - bur.1723
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
Mrs John [PRICE]
~1650 - ~1700
Thomas BROWNING
bap.1754 - ~1817
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
John ENGLISH
1692 - ~1751
of Westport St Mary, Malmesbury, Wiltshire
Elizabeth ENGLISH
bap.1715 - 1786
of Westport St Mary, Malmesbury, Wiltshire
 
Jeremiah BARTHOLOMEW ALIAS SMITH
~1637 - ~1703
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
Jeremiah BARTHOLOMEW ALIAS SMITH
bap.1658 - bur.1695
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
Unknown [BARTHOLOMEW ALIAS SMITH]
~1608 - ~1658
Hester BARTHOLOMEW ALIAS SMITH
bap.1676 - ~1726
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
Elizabeth [BARTHOLOMEW ALIAS SMITH]
~1652 - ~1718
Isaac BROWNING
bap.1784 - ~1866
Stonemason of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
Richard MANN
1684 - bur.1772
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
Thomas MANN
bap.1718 - bur.1790
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
Sarah BAYLY
1685 - bur.1743
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
Mary MANN
bap.1759 - ~1819
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
John COX Snr
~1662 - bur.1712
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
John COX Jnr
bap.1682 - bur.1737
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
Mrs Mary [COX] Snr
~1665 - bur.1715
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
Mary COX
bap.1721 - bur.1789
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
Mrs Mary [COX] Jnr
1689 - bur.1763
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
Eliza BROWNING
~1815 - 1886
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
Thomas LOCK
~1685 - ~1770
of Ashton Keynes, Swindon, Wiltshire
William LOCK
bap.1726 - ~1793
of Doughton, Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
Phillis [LOCK]
~1685 - ~1735
George LOCK
1757 - ~1821
of Doughton, Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
Margarett ROBERTS
~1724 - ~1794
of Preston, Circencester, Gloucestershire
Mary LOCK
1787 - 1870
of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
 
Elizabeth 'Betty' WEBB
1761 - 1844
of Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire
Annie Elizabeth STOKES
1871 - 1961
Hotel assistant of Merstowe Green, Evesham, Worcestershire
 
Richard DAY
~1657 - ~1742
of Donnington, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire
Nicholas DAY
bap.1698 - ~1748
of Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire
 
Thomas DAY
1741 - 1815
of Broad Campden, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire
 
Mary [DAY]
~1712 - ~1762
John DAY
bap.1769 - 1853
Carpenter of Blockley, Worcestershire
 
Edward CURRIER
~1677 - bur.1732
of Inkberrow, Worcestershire
John CURRIER
bap.1723 - bur.1765
of Inkberrow, Worcestershire
 
Henry ELLIOTTS
~1683 - 1733
Needlemaker of Inkberrow, Worcestershire
Elizabeth ELLIOTTS
bap.1681 - bur.1732
of Inkberrow, Worcestershire
 
Sarah CURRIER
1748 - 1826
of Bretforton, Worcestershire
 
John HUNT
~1690 - ~1765
of Bretforton, Worcestershire
Susannah HUNT
bap.1724 - bur.1786
of Bretforton, Worcestershire
 
Thomas CURTIS
~1668 - ~1743
of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire
Anne CURTIS
bap.1701 - bur.1767
of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire
 
Richard EDEN
~1638 - ~1688
Mary EDEN
bap.1680 - ~1740
of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire
 
Thomas DAY
1810 - 1889
Millwright of Blockley, Worcestershire
 
John POOLLY
~1737 - ~1822
of Cropthorne, Worcestershire
Rebecca POOLLY
1778 - 1843
of Cropthorne, Worcestershire
 
Eleanor [POOLLY]
~1749 - ~1799
Ann Rebecca DAY
1844 - 1912
of Evesham, Worcestershire
 
George DAY
~1712 - bur.1797
of Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
George DAY
1750 - 1823
of Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
 
Ann HARIOTT
~1716 - bur.1780
of Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
John DAY
bap.1789 - 1838
Millwright of Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
 
Elizabeth [DAY]
1753 - 1830
of Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
Elizabeth DAY
bap.1815 - 1883
of Evesham, Worcestershire
 
William BROTHERTON
~1753 - 1831
Market gardener of Evesham, Worcestershire
Esther BROTHERTON
1790 - 1874
of Worcestershire
 
Mary [BROTHERTON]
~1761 - ~1811
Spouses and Descendants
Generations
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Ena Flora EDWARDS
1908 - 1983
Housewife of Redditch, Worcestershire
  m. William John 'Laddie' WEAVER (1904 - 2000)
 
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  m. Beryl Stuart FIDLER (1936 - 2007)
 
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Narrative and Notes

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, Roger, Garth and Andrew were born. Andrew 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.

Timeline
Personal Family World
Date
Age*
Event
Place
Q4 1900
-7
Death of sister Mildred Valentine EDWARDS 
Alcester, Warwickshire
6 Aug 1908
0
Birth 
107 Beoley Road, Redditch, Worcestershire
2 Apr 1911
2
Census 
Cricketer's Arms, Beoley Road, Redditch, Worcestershire, England
19 Jun 1921
12
Census 
Royal Exchange, Droitwich, , Worcestershire, England
1 Dec 1927
19
Witness to the  between sisterDoris May 'Dolly' EDWARDS and Harry Jordan PHIPPS 
S.S. Matthias & George, Astwood Bank, Worcestershire
11 Feb 1930
21
Death of father Albert Parker EDWARDS 
Red Lion Inn, Astwood Bank, Worcestershire
Q3 1931
22
Heather, Leicestershire
Q4 1932
24
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
1933
25
Occupation: Housewife 
12 
 
15 Apr 1933
24
Residence 
13 
Evesham, Worcestershire
15 Apr 1933
24
Marriage to husband William John 'Laddie' WEAVER 
14 15 
St Lawrence, Evesham, Worcestershire
2 Oct 1934
26
St Lawrence, Evesham, Worcestershire, England
28 Jul 1950
41
The Fox Inn, Stourton, Kinver, Staffordshire, England
30 Dec 1961
53
Death of mother Annie Elizabeth STOKES 
18 19 
Ravenscourt Nursing Home, Old Coach Road, Droitwich, Worcestershire
1974
66
Death of sister Doris May 'Dolly' EDWARDS 
Evesham, Worcestershire
13 Jul 1983
74
Death 
20 21 
208 Worcester Road, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
31 Aug 1990
82
Death of brother Ralph Clifford EDWARDS 
22 23 
Webheath, Redditch, Worcestershire
11 Jan 2000
91
Death of husband William John 'Laddie' WEAVER 
24 
Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
c. Dec 2000
92
Death of brother Osmond EDWARDS 
25 
Ludlow, Shropshire
Documented age, Calculated age, Estimated age
Citations
1 - England & Wales, Death Registration Index 1837-2007 and United Kingdom Deaths 2007-2017

First name(s)

Mildred Valentine

Last name

Edwards

Gender

Female

Birth day

-

Birth month

-

Birth year

1900

Age

0

Death quarter

4

Death year

1900

District

Alcester

County

Warwickshire

Volume

6D

Page

409

Country

England

Record set

England & Wales Deaths 1837-2007

2 - Ena Flora Edwards 1908

1908 Birth in the Sub-District of Tardebigg in the County of Worcester

When and When Born: Sixth August 1908. 107 Beoley Road, Redditch U.D.

Name: Ena Flora

Sex: Girl

Father: Albert Parker Edwards

Mother: Annie Elizabeth Edwards formerly Stokes

Rank or Profession of Father: Publican (Master)

Informant: A. P. Edwards Father 107 Beoley Road, Redditch

When registered: Fourteenth September 1908

3 - Weaver Family Bible

Bible printed 26 January 1813

Ena Flora Edwards Born Aug 6th 1908

4 - UK 1911 Census - 2 April 1911
Citation image

Cricketer's Arms,Beoley Road,Redditch,Worcestershire, England

First name(s)

Last name

Relationship

Marital status

Sex

Age

Birth year

Occupation

Birth place

Albert Parker

Edwards

Head

Married

Male

36

1875

Hotel Manager

Birmingham Warwickshire

Annie Elizabeth

Edwards

Wife

Married

Female

38

1873

Assist In Business

Evesham Worcestershire

Albert Garnet

Edwards

Son

-

Male

12

1899

School

Redditch Worcestershire

Doris May

Edwards

Daughter

-

Female

8

1903

-

Redditch Worcestershire

Ralph Elifford

Edwards

Son

-

Male

7

1904

-

Redditch Worcestershire

Ena Flora

Edwards

Daughter

-

Female

2

1909

-

Redditch Worcestershire

Osward

Edwards

Son

-

Male

1

1910

-

Redditch Worcestershire

Hilda

Stokes

Niece

Single

Female

15

1896

Help Domestic

Broadway Worcestershire

Florance

Coltman

Servant

Single

Female

23

1888

Barmaid

Burton Staff

5 - UK 1921 Census - 19 Jun 1921
Citation image

1921 Census

Address: Royal Exchange,Droitwich

NAME and SURNAME

RELATION- SHIP to Head of Household

AGE Y

M

SEX

MARRIAGE or ORPHAN-HOOD

BIRTHPLACE

NATION-ALITY

Personal Occupation

Employment

Place of Work

Total number under 16 years of age

Under One

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

Albert Parker Edwards

Head

46

3

M

Married

Birmingham, Warwickshire

Farmer & Publican

Employer

At home

2

X

X

Annie Elizabeth Edwards

Wife

49

7

F

Married

Evesham, Worcestershire

Assistant in hotel

Albert Parker Edwards, Farmer & Publican

At home

Dolly May Edwards

Daughter

19

1

F

Single

Redditch, Warwickshire

Assist in hotel

Albert Parker Edwards, Farmer & Publican

Ralph Clifford Edwards

Son

17

7

M

Single

Redditch, Warwickshire

Bank Clerk

London Join City & Midland Bank, Bromsgrove

High Street, Bromsgrove

Ena Flora Edwards

Daughter

12

10

F

Both alive

Redditch, Warwickshire

Whole time

Osmond Edwards

Son

11

5

M

Both alive

Redditch, Warwickshire

Whole time

6 - Phipps - Edwards

1927 Marriage Solemnized at S.S. Matthias & George, Astwood Bank in the Parish of Feckenham in the County of Worcester

First December 1927

Henry Jordan Phipps, 28, Bachelor, Market Gardener, Victoria Avenue, Evesham, [Father:] Henry Jordan Phipps, Market Gardener

Doris May Edwards, 25, Spinster, - , 'The Red Lion', Astwood Bank, [Father:] Albert Edwards, Licensed Victualler

This marriage was solemnized between us Henry Jordan Phipps, Doris May Edwards in the Presence of us Albert Parket Edwards, Ena Flora Edwards

7 - Order of Service - Funeral of Albert P Edwards

In loving memory of

My Dear Husband

Albert P Edwards

Who entered into rest February 11th, 1930.

Aged 53 years.

--------

His widow and family thank you fo the very kind sympathy shown to them in their great sorrow.

Astwood Bank, Redditch

Certified Copy of an Entry of Death

1930 Death in the Sub-District of Feckenham in the County of Worcester, etc

No - When and where died - Sex - Age - Occupation - Cause of death - Signature, description and residence of informant - When registered - Signature of registrar

41 - Eleventh Feburary 1930, red Lion Inn, Astwood Bank, Feckenham R.D. - Albert Parker Edwards - Male - 54 years - Licensed Victualler - (1)a Pulmonary Tuberculosis No P.M. certified by George Wilson MB - Albert G Edwards son present at death Red Lion Inn Astwood Bank Feckenham - Eleventh February 1930 - Frank J Webb Registrar

8 - Albert Parker Edwards 1930
9 - FamilySearch International Genealogical Index

Reprinted by permission. Copyright © 1999-2002 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc

Author: LDS. Publishing Info: This information has been reproduced with explicit permission of LDS

Name:

Ralph Clifford Edwards

Event Type:

Marriage

Event Date:

26 Sep 1931

Event Place:

Heather, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom

Event Place (Original):

Leicestershire,England,Heather

Residence Place:

Feckenham

Gender:

Male

Age:

27

Religion:

Anglican

Father's Name:

Albert Parker Edwards

Spouse's Name:

Irene Mary Allen

Spouse's Residence Place:

Heather

Spouse's Age:

23

Spouse's Father's Name:

Alfred James Allen

Page Number:

144

Record Number:

GBPRS/LEICS/MAR/00231160/1

Affiliate Image Identifier:

http://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=S2/GBPRS/LEICS/102260637/00153

10 - England & Wales, Civil Registration Marriage Index, 1916-2005

First name(s)

Ralph C

Last name

Edwards

Marriage quarter

3

Marriage year

1931

Registration month

-

MarriageFinder ™

Ralph C Edwards married one of these people

Irene M Allen

Spouse's last name

Allen

District

Ashby de la Zouch

District number

-

County

Leicestershire

Country

England

Volume

7A

Volume as transcribed

7A

Page number

330

Record set

England & Wales Marriages 1837-2005

11 - England & Wales, Civil Registration Marriage Index, 1916-2005

First name(s)

Albert G

Last name

Edwards

Marriage quarter

4

Marriage year

1932

Registration month

-

MarriageFinder ™

Albert G Edwards married one of these people

Margaret Tomlinson

Spouse's last name

Tomlinson

District

Nottingham

District number

-

County

Nottinghamshire

Country

England

Volume

7B

Volume as transcribed

7B

Page number

959

Record set

England & Wales Marriages 1837-2005

Category

Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records

12 - Weaver - Edwards 1933

1933 Marriage Solemnized at the parish church in the parish of St Lawrence, Evesham in the County of Worcester

When married: April 15th 1933

Name, Age, Condition, Rank or Profession, Residence, Father name and profession:

William John Weaver, 29 Bachelor, Builder, Birmingham Road, Bromsgrove, William Edward Weaver, Builder

Ena Flora Edwards, 24 Spinster, Home Duties, 10 ?Parias? Close, Evesham, Albert Parker Edwards (deceased), Licensed Victualler

13 - Weaver - Edwards 1933

1933 Marriage Solemnized at the parish church in the parish of St Lawrence, Evesham in the County of Worcester

When married: April 15th 1933

Name, Age, Condition, Rank or Profession, Residence, Father name and profession:

William John Weaver, 29 Bachelor, Builder, Birmingham Road, Bromsgrove, William Edward Weaver, Builder

Ena Flora Edwards, 24 Spinster, Home Duties, 10 ?Parias? Close, Evesham, Albert Parker Edwards (deceased), Licensed Victualler

14 - Weaver - Edwards 1933

1933 Marriage Solemnized at the parish church in the parish of St Lawrence, Evesham in the County of Worcester

When married: April 15th 1933

Name, Age, Condition, Rank or Profession, Residence, Father name and profession:

William John Weaver, 29 Bachelor, Builder, Birmingham Road, Bromsgrove, William Edward Weaver, Builder

Ena Flora Edwards, 24 Spinster, Home Duties, 10 ?Parias? Close, Evesham, Albert Parker Edwards (deceased), Licensed Victualler

15 - Weaver Family Bible

Bible printed 26 January 1813

William John Weaver married at St Lawrences Church to Ena Flora Edwards April 15th 1933

16 - Obituary - Albert Garnet Edwards

August 1950

DEATH OF MR A. G. EDWARDS

Licensee at Stourton

The death took place on Friday at the Fox Inn, Clanbrook, Stourton of Mr. Albert Garnet (Bert) Edwards, aged 51 years. He was the eldest son of the late Mr. A. E. Edwards who was for some years licensee of the Bear Hotel, Evesham, and Mrs. A. E. Edwards now residing at Collinsfield, Evesham........... He spent his early life in Redditch, and whilst there volunteered in 1914. He served throughout the 1914-18 war in the Royal Artillery and was wounded. On demobilisation he managed his father's property, Proctors Farm, Redditch for some years, before his family moved to Evesham. On relinquising market gardening Mr. Edwards entered the hotel trade and after business experience at Bromsgrove, Nottingham, Kidderminster and Stourbridge area where he was licensee of the Little Pig Inn, Amblecote, (and during the late war was at the Admiralty Office), he purchased the Fox Inn some years ago. He is survived by his widow and one son.

The mourners were: Mr. Reginald Edwards (son), Mr. Ralph Edwards (brother), Mr. Osmond Edwards (brother), Mr. Harry Phipps and Mr. W.J.Weaver (brothers-in-law), Messrs Frank, Sydney, Charles and Major Tomlinson (brothers-in-law), Mr. Garnet Edwards (uncle), Mr. Esmor Stokes (nephew) ............

17 - England & Wales Government Probate Death Index 1858-2019

EDWARDS Albert Garnett of The Fox Inn Stourton Kinver Staf-

fordshire died 28 July 1950 Administration London 6 September

to Margaret Edwards widow and Ralph Clifford Edwards

licensed victualler. Effects £4705 18s 5d

18 - Droitwich Guardian

Droitwich Guardian

5th January 1962

MRS A. E. EDWARDS

The death of Mrs. Annie Elizabeth Edwards, formerly of Collinsfield, Evesham, which took place in her ninety-first year at Ravenscourt, Droitwich (on December 30th 1961), sees the passing of one whose family had long connections with Evesham and Broadway. She was born in Evesham and was one of the three daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stokes, who then lived on Merstow Green at a house adjacent to the Almonry.

There on Merstow Green, Thomas Stokes carried on his business as a wheelwright and it was he who built the first "Famous Vale of Evesham Light Gardening Dray for a Half-Legged Horse to Trot" (the quotation is from his account book) a century ago, the forerunner of many that became so familiar a sight in the towns and villages from the sixties onwards. He built many more for the use of the Vale gardeners and among the familiar local names listed in his notebook for whom he made drays, traps, carts and trucks were such prominent figures in Victorian Evesham as Mayor Allard, Alfred Haines, Henry Masters, Messrs. Espleys, Fred Hirons, John Idiens and Fred George.

Thomas Stokes also had long-standing business dealings with the people of the circus and fairgrounds, and had a contract to effect necessary repairs and renewals to their waggons whenever they visited the district. He built living waggons for many of the show people's families as well as shooting galleries and other equipment peculiar to the trade of his wandering customers, and among the names figuring in his books are some still familiar today, such as Wilsons and Chipperfields.

The family eventually lived at La Quinta, Broadway, and in this village the drays and carts continued to be made and to play their part in the district's leading industry. Here the wheelwright's children grew up, and when the Maxton family visited the village to stay with Mr. and Madame de Navarro at Court Farm, they offered Mrs. Edwards a family post with them which took her for several years to Paris and other parts of the continent.

In 1897 she married at St. Lawrence Church, Evesham, Mr. Albert Parker Edwards, of Birmingham and they spent many years at Redditch and later Droitwich in the innkeeping and hotel industry. In the 1920's they were for several years proprietors of the Bear Hotel, Evesham and were afterwards at the Red Lion Hotel, Astwood Bank until Mr. Edwards death in 1930. A few years later Mrs. Edwards returned to Evesham living in Cheltenham Road and then at Collinsfield, until she moved to Droitwich a few years ago.

She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. H. J. Phipps, of Evesham, and Mrs. W. J. Weaver, of Bromsgrove, and two sons, Mr. Ralph Edwards, of Droitwich and Mr. Osmond Edwards, of Fownhope, Hereford. One daughter died in infancy, and her eldest son, Bert, died several years ago.

A joint memorial service for Mrs. Annie Elizabeth Edwards and her sister Mrs. Kate Spence will take place at St. Michael's church, Broadway on Wednesday.

Both Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Spence were born at Broadway.

19 - Annie Elizabeth Edwards 1961

ertified Copy of an Entry of Death

1962 Death in the Sub-District of Driotwich in the County of Worcester

No - When and where died - Sex - Age - Occupation - Cause of death - Signature, description and residence of informant - When registered - Signature of registrar

65 - Thirtieth December 1961, Ravenscourt Nursing Home, Old Coach Road, Droitwich - Annie Elizabeth EDWARDS - Female - 90 years - Widow of Albert Parker Edwards a Hotelier - 1(a) Broncho pneumonia (b) Chronic bronchitis Certified by Jeanne C Addenbrooke MB - Grevillw R Edwards Grandson, Firs Farm, Impney Estate, Droitwich - First January 1962 - Vernon H Hedges Registrar

20 - Weaver Family Bible

Bible printed 26 January 1813

Ena Flora Edwards Died 18th July 1983

21 - Ena Flora Weaver 1983

Certified Copy of an Entry

DEATH Entry No. 243

Bromsgrove

Bromsgrove and Redditch Hereford and Worcester

Date and Place of Death: Thirteenth July 1983, 208 Worcester Road, Bromsgrove

Name and surname: Ena Flora Weaver

Sex: Female

Maiden Surname of woman who has married: EDWARDS

Date and Place of birth: 6th August 1908, Redditch Worcestershire

Occupation and usual address: Wife of William John WEAVER, Building Business Consultant (retired), 208 Worcester Road Bromsgrove

Name and surname of informant: Roger Bailey WEAVER

Qualification: Son

Usual address: Pumphouse Farm Hanbury Droitwich

Cause of death: Ia) Carcinoma of Head of Pancreas, Certified by HM White MB

Signature: [RBWEAVER signature]

Date of registration: Fourteenth July 1983

22 - Ancestry.com: England and Wales Civil Registration Death Index

Name: RALPH CLIFFORD EDWARDS

Death Registration Month/Year: 3/88

Age: 84

Birth Date: 17 NOV 1903

District: Worcester

Inferred County: Hereford and Worcester

Volume: 88

Page: 29

23 - National Probate Calendar

EDWARDS, Albert Clifford of Haverhsam Hse 327 Bromsgrove Rd Webheath Redditch Worcs died 31 August 1990 Administration Birmingham 1 March Not exceeding £115000

9151202711B

24 - Ancestry.com: England and Wales Civil Registration Death Index

Name: WILLIAM JOHN WEAVER

Death Year: 2000

Death Registration Month/Year: 01/00

Birth Date: 26 Jul 1904

Registration District: Bromsgrove

Inferred County: Hereford and Worcester

Register Number: 13

Entry number: 147

25 - Ancestry.com: England and Wales Civil Registration Death Index

Name: OSMOND EDWARDS

Death Year: 2000

Death Registration Month/Year: 12/00

Birth Date: 19 Jan 1910

Registration District: Ludlow

Inferred County: Salop

Register Number: 17D

Entry number: 46

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