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Enoch EDWARDS
Licensed victualler of Birmingham, Warwickshire
Alternative names
Andrew EDWARDS (Secondary)
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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
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Enoch EDWARDS
1840 - ~1911
Licensed victualler of Birmingham, Warwickshire
  m. Emelia 'Emily' PARKER (1840 - 1895)
  m. Florence Ethel HEDGES (1876 - ~1948)
 
Enoch Henry 'Harry' EDWARDS
1868 - 1886
of Aston, Warwickshire
Ralph Ernest EDWARDS
1870 - 1954
Innkeeper of Aston, Warwickshire
  m. Rose PHILLIPS (1880 - 1928)
  m. (Mary) Elizabeth SMITH (1888 - ~1964)
 
Lilly May EDWARDS
1906 - 2003
of Redditch, Worcestershire
  m. Christopher Charles SHAKESPEARE (1902 - 1992)
 
June Rosemary SHAKESPEARE
1930 - 1978
of Birmingham, Warwickshire
  m. Walter Alan GOUGH (1923 - 1998)
 
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Kevin A GOUGH
1957 - 2003
of Warwick, Warwickshire
 
Christopher Ralph SHAKESPEARE
1939 - 2005
of Warwick, Warwickshire
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Doris Evelyne EDWARDS
1907 - 1963
of Redditch, Worcestershire
  m. George G RAYBOULD (1901 - 1967)
 
Norma L RAYBOULD
1935 - 2011
of Warwick, Warwickshire
 
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Vesta Victoria EDWARDS
1908 - 1915
of Redditch, Worcestershire
Albert Clifford EDWARDS
1911 - 1990
Press toolsetter of Redditch, Worcestershire
  m. Dorothy MINOR (~1916 - ?)
 
Michael A EDWARDS
1947 - 1987
of Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire
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Emelia Mary 'Emily' EDWARDS
1872 - 1972
of Aston, Warwickshire
  m. Arthur Henry GREVES (1858 - 1941)
 
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  m. Unknown LOWE (~1897 - ?)
 
Harry Arthur GREVES
1899 - 1975
Dairy farmer of Holly Wood, King's Norton, Worcestershire
  m. Dorothy BROADWAY (1899 - 1943)
 
William A GREVES
1925 - bur.1926
of Birmingham, Warwickshire
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Graham J GREVES
1936 - 1995
of Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
  m. Martha E SAER (1933 - 1999)
 
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Albert Edward GREVES
1901 - 1976
Farmer of King's Norton, Worcestershire
  m. Ada M TOMLIN (1908 - 1978)
 
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Barbara Jean GREVES
1937 - 1997
of Birmingham, Warwickshire
 
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John Edward EDWARDS
1873 - 1873
of Birmingham, Warwickshire
Albert Parker EDWARDS
1876 - 1930
Licensed victualler of Aston, Warwickshire
  m. Annie Elizabeth STOKES (1871 - 1961)
 
Albert Garnet 'Bert' EDWARDS
1898 - 1950
Licensed victualler of Crabbs Cross, Worcestershire
  m. Margaret 'Peggy' TOMLINSON (1913 - 1989)
 
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Mildred Valentine EDWARDS
1900 - 1900
of Crabbs Cross, Worcestershire
Doris May 'Dolly' EDWARDS
1902 - 1974
Hotel assistant of Crabbs Cross, Worcestershire
  m. Harry Jordan PHIPPS (1899 - 1927)
 
Ralph Clifford EDWARDS
1903 - 1990
Hotelier and restauranteur of Redditch, Worcestershire
  m. Irene Mary 'Renee' ALLEN (1908 - 1979)
 
Jean Sheila EDWARDS
1933 - 2021
of Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
  m. John Orme BRETTELL (1925 - 1999)
 
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Greville Rex EDWARDS
1935 - 2012
of Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
  m. Brenda M S SMITH (1934 - 2015)
 
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John Barry Michael EDWARDS
1936 - 2000
of Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire
  m. Winifred Joan WALLEY (1936 - 2005)
 
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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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Osmond EDWARDS
1910 - 2000
of Redditch, Worcestershire
 
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Elizabeth Mary 'Liz' EDWARDS
1945 - 2022
of Evesham, Worcestershire
 
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Ada EDWARDS
1879 - 1963
of Birmingham, Warwickshire
  m. Charles Frederick BURROWS (1870 - 1942)
 
Charles Frederick Thomas BURROWS
1907 - 1971
Aircraft metal polisher of Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire
  m. Edith M BUTLER (1906 - ~1973)
 
Unknown BURROWS
~1907 - ~1973
of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Frederick Garnet BURROWS
1908 - 2004
Joiner and woodworker of Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire
  m. Hilda COX (1908 - 1995)
 
Frederick James BURROWS
1943 - 2012
of Bristol, Gloucestershire
 
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Garnet Frederick EDWARDS
1882 - 1963
Publican (retired) of Bournbrook, Birmingham, Worcestershire
  m. Ellen Smallwood 'Nells' BLUNDALL (1882 - 1974)
 
Dorothy Vera EDWARDS
1909 - 1958
of Foxlydiate, Redditch, Worcestershire
  m. Ernest Henry POWELL (1912 - 1975)
 
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  m. Jennifer K STANWORTH (1943 - 2017)
 
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Muriel Constance Freda 'Marcheta' EDWARDS
1898 - 1948
Housekeeper of Birmingham, Warwickshire
  m. Arthur Frederick MORRIS (~1892 - ~1967)
 
Narrative and Notes

Enoch Edwards was born in November 1840 in Birmingham. His father was John EDWARDS, a millwright and his mother was Sarah (from the 1851 Census).

On 7 June 1841, Enoch was six months old, living with his parents in Unett Street, in the Parish of St Georges in Birmingham. Although civil registration of births had started from 1 Jul 1837, neither Enoch nor his brother Stephen were registered.

It wasn't until March 1843 that "Andrew Enoch" and his brothers Reuben and Stephen were jointly baptized at the Roman Catholic St Chad's Cathedral in Birmingham. This record also confirms that Enoch's mother was called Sarah REYNOLDS. Their Godmother was Susannah GRANT who lived 4 doors down on Unett Street, and who was the daughter of Daniel GRANT, a french teacher.

By 1851 his father had died and the family had moved to 47 Summer Lane, Birmingham. His mother was working as a mangler, sister Matilda (a dressmaker) and brothers Reubin and Stephen (who were gun percussioners), and Enoch worked as an errand boy.

His sister Sophia emigrated to the US. Another sister, Matilda, went on to marry Edwin EDDINGTON in September 1854, and the couple were witnesses to Enoch's marriage to Emelia PARKER at St. Philips Church, Birmingham on 10th November, 1867. It is this that confirms the link to this 1851 Census record.

In 1861 he was still living with his mother and brother Stephen and working as a button tool maker.

At this time of his wedding Enoch was a button tool maker living in Church Street. By 1871 he was a publican in Clifton Road where he ran a maltroom & stable owned by George Bott. In 1881 he was living at Bournbrook Tavern, Northfield, Worcester described as a button tool maker again.

Enoch and Emelia had at least six children. Henry born in 1868, Ralph in 1871, both in Birmingham, Emily Mary, born in 1872, Garnet, and Albert Parker, who was born in 1876 in Small Heath and Ada in 1880 in Birmingham.

There were some other children born in Birmingham during this period to parents called EDWARDS/PARKER including Ada (1870-1871, who might have been a short-lived twin of Ralph Ernest, but who was registered at a different place and time, so almost certainly wasn't), Mary Sarah Louisa (1871, daughter of Henry and Mary Jane EDWARDS m 1869) and Joseph Harry (Q3 1876-Q1 1877, who was born too soon after Albert Parker's birth in Mar 1876).

Enoch refused to allow his son Albert Parker to go to King Edwards School in Birmingham, where he had been awarded a place. Instead, in October 1890 he made Albert Parker Edwards take an apprenticeship with a pawnboker in Tipton.

Towards the end of the 19th century Enoch kept The Pack Horse in Alcester Road, Hollywood, where a twist was 1ưd an ounce, and beer was 2d a pint. The children had to get up early to get breakfast at 6 o'clock for the hay and straw men on their way to the Birmingham hay and straw market. Enoch is listed as a member of "The Kingswood & Pack Horse Association for the Prosecution of Offenders", a kind of early Neighbourhood Watch, dated 25 October 1890.

The Edwards family later moved to Redditch where they kept The Rifleman Inn at 35 Park Road. They must have left the Pack Horse by 1895 as another publican was in place by then.

Enoch appears to have had a longstanding sideline in dog breeding and selling of grooming powders - "Edwards' Powders". An advertisement in the Needle District Almanack (below) boasts his 30 years' experience of breeding dogs and giving his powder and advice free to Lords, Members of Parliament, Ladies of Title and Clergymen! He was a noted breeder of St Bernards, including "Mount Leo" pictured who was bred from the famous Plinlimmon "the Emperor of Saint Bernards".

An Enoch Edwards went through US Naturalization on 24 Sep 1894 in New York and was living at 239 West 126th Street. Perhaps this was the same Enoch Edwards, aged 58 and English, who returned to Liverpool from Philadelphia in 1895 on board the Ohio. So perhaps Enoch made a trip to the US, but returned. It is possible that this trip was related to his dog breeding business. He was reported to have sent two puppies to Omaha and one of his stud dogs to America for a season.

His wife Emelia (aka Amelia or Emily) died in 1895 at the Rifleman Inn of consumption with Enoch at her side.

Family accounts have it that Enoch EDWARDS fell out with all his family, and at about the age of 60, he left all behind and emigrated to the U.S.A. Enoch was described as being an active man, and it is believed that he had another family when he settled in the U.S.A. Esmor STOKES has it that a postcard was received by the family from Enoch at Niagara Falls, which border Canada and the US.

We now know that Enoch remarried in 1897 to a much younger woman, Florence Ethel HEDGES. Enoch was 57 and Ethel 21, the daughter of a retired surgeon and/or commercial traveller. At the time of the marriage Enoch was living on Short Heath Road in Erdington. Their daughter, Muriel Constance Freda Edwards, was born on 12 Oct 1898 and chistened on 9 Nov 1898 by "Andrew" Enoch and Florence Ethel EDWARDS at St John the Baptist, Deritend. They were then living at the King's Head, 56 & 57 High Street, Bordesley where Enoch was a publican until 1900.

In the 1900 edition of Kelly's Directory for Worcestershire, Enoch Edwards is listed as a beer seller of 36 Park Road, Redditch. It doesn't mention the name of the inn but this would have been The Rifleman Inn. In 1901 his son Ralph was living at 36 Park Road and is listed as an innkeeper.

By 1901 "Andrew" Enoch and Florence Ethel themselves had moved to Trindle Road, Dudley where Enoch was listed as a publican. Their house was not far from Tipton where his son was apprenticed.

On 11 June 1902 Harry Wright (the local postmaster responsible in those days for licensing) brought an Enoch EDWARDS to the Bedfordshire Petty Sessions in Biggleswade regarding "Hole in the Wall", believed to refer to the now defunct "Hole in the Wall" public house at 76 Shortmead Street, Biggleswade with Enoch being granted "temporary authority". On 9 July 1902 the transfer was granted. A year later in the 1903 edition of Kelly's Directory of Bedfordshire, Hunts and Northamptonshire there is an Enoch EDWARDS running the Wheatsheaf Public House, Church Street, St. Neots, Huntingdonshire which is 14 miles south of Biggleswade. It's not known for certain whether this was the same Enoch EDWARDS, but one of the major breeders of St Bernards, Mr F Gresham, was based at Shefford, 2 miles from Biggleswade.

According to Redditch public house historians, Enoch was the proprietor of the Rifleman Inn from 1896 to 1905, however as Emily had died there in 1895 that can't be accurate unless he retained the license as part of a portfolio of public houses.

In 1904, Enoch's wife Florence was fined 9s 6d in Linton, Cambridgeshire, for buying a hare from an unlicensed vendor. Enoch EDWARDS, the licensee of the Five Bells in Balsham, was named as the husband. This reinforces the theory that Enoch and Florence had moved to the Huntingdonshire/Cambridge area in the early years of the 20th century.

Enoch and Emelia's daughter, Ada, was married in 1906, but it is not clear that he attended. If he had it may have been the last time he saw his family.

In 1906 he and his new family travelled to Canada with Enoch travelling first and Ethel and Frida joined him in Quebec on 25 June 1906 on board the 'Canada' from Liverpool.

Their immigration record suggests that they were planning to travel to Winnipeg, but five years later in 1911, Enoch, Florence Ethel and Frida were still living in St James, Montreal. Enoch was employed as a machinist by Canadian Government Railways working 50 hours. It is the 1911 census record that confirms his birth as November 1840. It also states that Enoch could neither read nor write but managed to earn $500 in 1910 for activity other than his main profession, although this may be referring to his innkeeping business interests.

By 1921 Florence and Muriel Frida are living in Langford, Neepawa, Manitoba with Peter FUCHS, an Ontarian farmer of German descent who Florence had married on 24 Jul 1913 implying that Enoch died sometime in 1911/12, although no record has been found.

Other information:

There is a cemetery marker for an A EDWARDS, who died 26 May 1911, in the Cimetiere Mont-Royal in Outremont, Montreal, Quebec, but this is before the June 1911 census in which Enoch appears..

Timeline
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Date
Age*
Event
Place
10 Nov 1840
0
Birth 
Birmingham, Warwickshire
7 Jun 1841
0
Census 
Unett Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire
5 Mar 1843
2
Baptism 
St Chad's Cathedral, Birmingham, Warwickshire
7 Sep 1844
3
Death of father John EDWARDS 
1 Court, New Summer Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire
30 Mar 1851
11
query Caution: Recorded age does not match calculated age (10).
Census 
47 Summer Lane, Birmingham, Warwickshire
20 Nov 1853
13
Marriage of sister Sophia EDWARDS and John ASH 
St Peter And St Paul's Church, Aston, Warwickshire, England
27 Aug 1854
13
Marriage of sister Matilda EDWARDS and Edwin EDDINGTON 
St Philip, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
13 Mar 1859
18
Marriage of brother Reuben EDWARDS and Mary Ann NEWEY 
Saint George, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
7 Apr 1861
19
query Caution: Recorded age does not match calculated age (20).
Census 
10 
32 Canal St, Birmingham, Warwickshire
7 Apr 1861
20
Occupation: Button tool maker 
Birmingham, Warwickshire
24 Nov 1863
23
Death of sister Sophia EDWARDS 
Richmond, Cache, Utah, USA
29 Apr 1866
25
Marriage of brother Reuben EDWARDS and Emma FISHER 
11 
Birmingham, Warwickshire
1867
27
Occupation: Button tool maker 
12 
 
10 Nov 1867
27
Residence 
13 
Church Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire
10 Nov 1867
27
Marriage to wife Emelia 'Emily' PARKER 
14 
St Philip, Birmingham, Warwickshire
Q4 1868
27
Aston, Warwickshire
Q3 1870
29
Aston, Warwickshire
2 Apr 1871
28
query Caution: Recorded age does not match calculated age (30).
Census 
19 20 
Clifton Road, Aston, Warwickshire
2 Apr 1871
30
Occupation: Publican 
21 
 
2 Feb 1872
31
Aston, Warwickshire
Jul 1873
32
Birth of son John Edward EDWARDS 
26 27 
Birmingham, Warwickshire
Oct 1873
32
Death of son John Edward EDWARDS 
28 29 
Barbury Street, Aston, Warwickshire
1876
36
Residence 
30 
22 Cattell Road, Aston, Warwickshire
1876
36
Occupation: Tube maker 
31 
Aston, Warwickshire
15 Mar 1876
35
Birth of son Albert Parker EDWARDS 
32 
22 Cattell Road, Aston, Warwickshire
26 Apr 1879
38
Birth of daughter Ada EDWARDS 
33 34 
Birmingham, Warwickshire
3 Apr 1881
40
Census 
35 
Bournbrook Fairview, Northfield, Birmingham, Warwickshire
3 Apr 1881
40
Occupation: Button tool maker 
36 
 
6 Oct 1882
41
Bournbrook, Birmingham, Worcestershire
Dec 1886
46
Birmingham, Warwickshire
25 Oct 1890
49
Residence 
42 
The Pack Horse, Alcester Road, Hollywood
5 Apr 1891
50
Census 
43 
Pack Horse Hotel, King's Norton, Worcestershire
5 Apr 1891
50
Occupation: Licensed victualler 
44 
King's Norton, Worcestershire
26 Apr 1895
54
Present at the  of Emelia 'Emily' PARKER 
45 
Rifleman Inn, Redditch, Worcestershire
Q3 1896
55
Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
1897
57
Occupation: Licensed victualler 
47 
 
20 Dec 1897
57
Residence 
48 
Short Heath Road, Erdington, Birmingham, Warwickshire
20 Dec 1897
57
Marriage to wife Florence Ethel HEDGES 
49 
Erdington, Birmingham, Warwickshire
1898
58
Occupation: Publican 
50 
 
14 Feb 1898
57
St Lawrence, Evesham, Worcestershire, England
12 Oct 1898
57
Birmingham, Warwickshire
31 Mar 1901
59
query Caution: Recorded age does not match calculated age (60).
Census 
52 
Trindle Road, Dudley, Worcestershire
14 Dec 1904
64
Residence 
53 54 
Five Bells, Balsham, , Cambridgeshire, England
Q3 1905
64
Marriage of son Ralph Ernest EDWARDS and Rose PHILLIPS 
55 
Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
1906
66
Emigration 
 
23 May 1906
65
Marriage of daughter Ada EDWARDS and Charles Frederick BURROWS 
56 
King's Norton, Worcestershire
2 May 1908
67
Feckenham, Worcestershire
1911
71
Census 
59 
16 Avenue Parc-La Fontaine, Montreal St Jacques, Quebec, Canada
btw 1911 and 1912
71
Death 
Canada
Burial 
 
24 Jul 1913
72
Marriage of wife's husband Peter FUCHS and Florence Ethel HEDGES 
 
24 Oct 1925
84
Neepewa, Manitoba, Canada
11 Feb 1930
89
Red Lion Inn, Astwood Bank, Worcestershire
Q1 1935
94
Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
24 Jun 1948
107
Flos, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada
3 Feb 1954
113
Death of son Ralph Ernest EDWARDS 
64 
Selly Oak Hospital, Birmingham, Warwickshire
9 Apr 1963
122
Death of son Garnet Frederick EDWARDS 
Badsey, Evesham, Gloucestershire
Q4 1963
122
Death of daughter Ada EDWARDS 
65 
Gloucester, Gloucestershire
Q1 1972
131
Death of daughter Emelia Mary 'Emily' EDWARDS 
66 
Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
Documented age, Calculated age, Estimated age
Citations
1 - Birmingham,St Chad's Cathedral, Parish Records
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1843

When born - When baptized - Person baptized - Father - Mother - - Godfather - Godmother - Mini[ster]

Sep 24th 1836 - March 5th - Reubhen Edwards - John - Sarah Reynolds - conj[ugal] - - Susannah Grants - John M[?]

Sep 15th 1838 - March 5th - Stephen Edwards - John - Sarah Reynolds - conj[ugal] - - Susannah Grants - John M[?]

Novr 10th 1840 - March 5th - Andrew Enoch Edwards - John - Sarah Reynolds - conj[ugal] - - Susannah Grants - John M[?]

2 - UK 1841 Census - 7th June 1841

Note: Ages of adults were often rounded down to nearest 5 years. For example, a recorded age of 25 implies an age of between 25 and 29.

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John Edwards - 40 - Millwright - Y

Sarah Edwards - 35 - - Y

Mariah Edwards - 13 - - Y

Sophia Edwards - 12 - - Y

Matilda Edwards - 9 - - Y

[?? Linsi/Louise, a female] Edwards - 7 - - Y

Rhubin Edwards - 4 - - Y

Stephen Edwards - 3 - - Y

Enock Edwards - 6m - - Y

3 - Birmingham,St Chad's Cathedral, Parish Records
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1843

When born - When baptized - Person baptized - Father - Mother - - Godfather - Godmother - Mini[ster]

Sep 24th 1836 - March 5th - Reubhen Edwards - John - Sarah Reynolds - conj[ugal] - - Susannah Grants - John M[?]

Sep 15th 1838 - March 5th - Stephen Edwards - John - Sarah Reynolds - conj[ugal] - - Susannah Grants - John M[?]

Novr 10th 1840 - March 5th - Andrew Enoch Edwards - John - Sarah Reynolds - conj[ugal] - - Susannah Grants - John M[?]

4 - John Edwards 1844

Superintendent Registrar's District - Birmingham

Registrar's District - Saint George Birmingham

1844 DEATHS in the District of Saint George Brmingham in the County of Warwick

No - When Died - Name and Surname - Sex - Age - Rank or Profession - Cause of No - Death - Signature, Descrption, and Residence of Informant - When Registered - Signature

177 - Seventh of September 1844 at 1 Court New Summer Street - John Edwards - Male - 49 years - Mill Wright and Engineer - Consumption - X the mark of Sarah Edwards Widow present at the Death 1 Court New Summer St - Twelfth of September 1844 - Thomas Sansom Registrar

5 - UK 1851 Census - 30th March 1851
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Sarah EDWARDS - Head - W - 39 - F - Mangler - NK-Shr

Matilda EDWARDS - Daur - U - 19 - F - Dress Maker - Birmingham-War

Reubin EDWARDS - Son - U - 15 - M - Gun Percussioner - Birmingham-War

Stephen EDWARDS - Son - - 13 - M - Gun Percussioner - Birmingham-War

Enoch EDWARDS - Son - - 11- M - Errand Boy - Birmingham-War

6 - Ash - Edwards 1853

1953 Marriage Solemnized at St Peter & St Paul's Church in the Parish of Aston in the County of Warwick

No - When married - Name and Surname - Age - Condition - Rank or Profession - Residence at the time of Marriage - Father's Name and Surname - Rank or Profession of Father

124 - November 20th

John Ash - 33 - Widower - Gun Finisher - Duddeston - John Ash - Optician

Sophia Edwards - 24 - Spinster - - Duddeston - John Edwards - Machinist

Married in the Parish Church of Aston according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by me, Geo Peake Vicar

This marriage was solemnized between us John Ash, Sophia Edwards in the Presence of us Edwin Eddington, Matilda

7 - Edwards - Eddington 1854

1854 Marriage solemnized at the St Phillips Church in the Parish of Birmingham in the County of Warwick

No: 191

When married - August 27th

Name and Surname - Age - Condition - Rank or Profession - Residence at the time of marriage - Father's name and surname - Rank or Profession of father

Elwin Eddington - 22 - Bachelor - Painter - Church Street - William Eddington - Painter

Matilda Edwards - 21 - Spinster - - Bread Street - John Edwards - Engineer

Married in the Parish Church of St Phillip's according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by ___ or after Banns by me Charles Heath Lecturer

This marriage was solemnized between us: Elwin Eddington, Matilda Edwards in the Presence of us, Sarah Edwards, X the mark of Herritage

8 - FamilySearch International Genealogical Index

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

REUBEN EDWARDS

Male

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Marriages:

Spouse: MARY ANN NEWEY

Marriage: 13 MAR 1859 Saint George, Birmingham, Warwick, England

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Source Information:

Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:

M041781 1830 - 1875 0588402-4 Film NONE

Sheet: 00

9 - Birmingham St Georges

1859 Marriage solemnized at St George's Church in the Parish of St George Birmingham in the County of Warwick

198 - 13th March 1859

Reuben Edwards - 22 - Bachelor - Chandelier Maker - Great Russell Street - John Edwards - Millwirght

Mary Ann Newey - 21 - Spinster - - GReat Russell Street - Charles Newey - Shoe Maker

Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by me Robert Stephenson Curate

This marriage was solemnized between us

Reuben Edwards

The Mark X Mary Ann Newey

in the presence of

Henry Case

The Mark of X Elizabeth Newey

10 - UK 1861 Census - 7th April 1861
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Sarah Edwards - Head - W - 48 - Confectioner - Kinlet, Shropshire

Stephen Edwards - Son - Unm - 21 - Blacksmith - Warwickshire, Birmingham

Enock Edwards - Son - Unm - 19 - Button tool maker - Warwickshire, Birmingham

11 - FamilySearch International Genealogical Index

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First name(s) Reuben

Last name Edwards

Name note -

Marriage year 1866

Marriage date 29 Apr 1866

Marriage place Birmingham

Spouse's first name(s) Emma

Spouse's last name Wilcox

Spouse's age -

County Warwickshire

Country England

Record set England Marriages 1538-1973

12 - Edwards - Parker

1867 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Birmingham in the County of Warwick

No: 83

When married - November 10th

Name and Surname - Age - Condition - Rank or Profession - Residence at the time of marriage - Father's name and surname - Rank or Profession of father

Enoch Edwards - 24 - Bachelor - Button tool maker - Church Street - John Edwards - Millwright

Emelia Parker - 24 - Spinster - - Colmore Row - Edward Parker - Jeweller

Married in the Parish Church of St Phillip's according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by ___ or after Banns by me Wm Easer, Rector

This marriage was solemnized between us: Enoch Edwards, Emelia Parker in the Presence of us, Matilda Eddington, Elwin Eddington

13 - Edwards - Parker

1867 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Birmingham in the County of Warwick

No: 83

When married - November 10th

Name and Surname - Age - Condition - Rank or Profession - Residence at the time of marriage - Father's name and surname - Rank or Profession of father

Enoch Edwards - 24 - Bachelor - Button tool maker - Church Street - John Edwards - Millwright

Emelia Parker - 24 - Spinster - - Colmore Row - Edward Parker - Jeweller

Married in the Parish Church of St Phillip's according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by ___ or after Banns by me Wm Easer, Rector

This marriage was solemnized between us: Enoch Edwards, Emelia Parker in the Presence of us, Matilda Eddington, Elwin Eddington

14 - Edwards - Parker

1867 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Birmingham in the County of Warwick

No: 83

When married - November 10th

Name and Surname - Age - Condition - Rank or Profession - Residence at the time of marriage - Father's name and surname - Rank or Profession of father

Enoch Edwards - 24 - Bachelor - Button tool maker - Church Street - John Edwards - Millwright

Emelia Parker - 24 - Spinster - - Colmore Row - Edward Parker - Jeweller

Married in the Parish Church of St Phillip's according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by ___ or after Banns by me Wm Easer, Rector

This marriage was solemnized between us: Enoch Edwards, Emelia Parker in the Presence of us, Matilda Eddington, Elwin Eddington

15 - UK 1881 Census - 3rd April 1881

Enoch EDWARDS Head M Male 40 Birmingham, Warwick, England Button Tool Maker

Amelia EDWARDS Wife M Female 40 Edgbaston, Warwick, England

Harry EDWARDS Son U Male 12 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Ralph EDWARDS Son Male 10 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Amelia EDWARDS Daur Female 9 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Albert EDWARDS Son Male 5 Small Heath, Warwick, England Scholar

Ada EDWARDS Daur Female 1 Birmingham, Warwick, England

16 - FreeBMD - UK GRO Civil Registration

Births Dec 1868 (99%)

--------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------

EDWARDS Enoch Henry Aston 6d 333

17 - UK 1881 Census - 3rd April 1881

Enoch EDWARDS Head M Male 40 Birmingham, Warwick, England Button Tool Maker

Amelia EDWARDS Wife M Female 40 Edgbaston, Warwick, England

Harry EDWARDS Son U Male 12 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Ralph EDWARDS Son Male 10 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Amelia EDWARDS Daur Female 9 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Albert EDWARDS Son Male 5 Small Heath, Warwick, England Scholar

Ada EDWARDS Daur Female 1 Birmingham, Warwick, England

18 - England & Wales, Civil Registration Birth Index 1837-1915

First name(s)

Ralph Ernset

Last name

Edwards

Birth quarter

3

Birth year

1870

Mother's maiden name

-

District

Aston

County

Warwickshire

Country

England

Volume

6D

Page

344

Record set

England & Wales Births 1837-2006

19 - UK 1871 Census - 2nd April 1871
Citation image

Enoch Edwards - Head - Mar - 28 - Publican - Birmingham, Warwicksh

Emily Edwards - Wife - Mar - 31 - - Birmingham, Warwicksh

Henry Edwards - Son - - 2 - Birmingham, Warwicksh

Ralph Edward - Son - - 3m - Birmingham, Warwicksh

Eliza Barton - Servt - Un - 18 - Gen Servt - Derbs, Repton

20 - Birmingham Rate Books 1831-1913

Aston > 1871 > Clifton Road

No 266 - Occupier: Edwards Enoch - Onwer: Bott Geo - Description of property rated: House, maltroom & stable - Gross estimated rental: £37 5s 0d - Ratable value £31 - Rate at 10a in the Pound: £1 5s 10d

No 277 Bott Geo - House

21 - UK 1871 Census - 2nd April 1871

Enoch Edwards - Head - Mar - 28 - Publican - Birmingham, Warwicksh

Emily Edwards - Wife - Mar - 31 - - Birmingham, Warwicksh

Henry Edwards - Son - - 2 - Birmingham, Warwicksh

Ralph Edward - Son - - 3m - Birmingham, Warwicksh

Eliza Barton - Servt - Un - 18 - Gen Servt - Derbs, Repton

22 - UK 1881 Census - 3rd April 1881

Enoch EDWARDS Head M Male 40 Birmingham, Warwick, England Button Tool Maker

Amelia EDWARDS Wife M Female 40 Edgbaston, Warwick, England

Harry EDWARDS Son U Male 12 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Ralph EDWARDS Son Male 10 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Amelia EDWARDS Daur Female 9 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Albert EDWARDS Son Male 5 Small Heath, Warwick, England Scholar

Ada EDWARDS Daur Female 1 Birmingham, Warwick, England

23 - UK 1891 Census - 5th April 1891

Enoch EDWARDS, Head, M, 50, Licensed Victualler, Employer, Warwick Birmingham

Emelia EDWARDS, Wife, M, 51,, Warwick Birmingham

Emelia EDWARDS, Daur, S, 19,, Warwick Birmingham

Ada EDWARDS, Daur, , 11, Scholar, Warwick Birmingham

Garnet EDWARDS, Son, 8, Scholar, Warwick Birmingham

24 - FreeBMD - UK GRO Civil Registration

Births Mar 1872 (>99%)

--------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------

EDWARDS Emily Mary Aston 6d 398

25 - England & Wales, Death Registration Index 1837-2007 and United Kingdom Deaths 2007-2017

First name(s)

Emily Mary

Last name

Greves

Gender

Female

Birth day

2

Birth month

2

Birth year

1872

Age

-

Death quarter

1

Death year

1972

District

Bromsgrove

County

Worcestershire

Volume

9D

Page

86

Country

England

Record set

England & Wales Deaths 1837-2007

26 - England & Wales, Civil Registration Birth Index 1837-1915

First name(s)

John Edward

Last name

Edwards

Birth quarter

3

Birth year

1873

Mother's maiden name

Parker

District

Birmingham

County

Warwickshire

Country

England

Volume

6D

Page

166

Record set

England & Wales Births 1837-2006

27 - Aston,Parish Church Of Saints Peter And Paul, Parish Records

First name(s)

John Edward

Last name

Edwards

Gender

Male

Marital status

-

Occupation

-

Event year

1873

Birth year

1873

Age at death

2m 7d

Burial year

1873

Burial date

11 Oct 1873

Burial place

Aston, Warwick, England

Cemetery

Parish Church Of Saints Peter And Paul

Street address

Barbury Street

Place

Aston

County

Warwickshire

Father's first name(s)

Enoch

Father's last name

Edwards

Mother's first name(s)

Amelia

Mother's last name

Edwards

Country

England

Record set

England Deaths & Burials 1538-1991

28 - Aston,Parish Church Of Saints Peter And Paul, Parish Records

First name(s)

John Edward

Last name

Edwards

Gender

Male

Marital status

-

Occupation

-

Event year

1873

Birth year

1873

Age at death

2m 7d

Burial year

1873

Burial date

11 Oct 1873

Burial place

Aston, Warwick, England

Cemetery

Parish Church Of Saints Peter And Paul

Street address

Barbury Street

Place

Aston

County

Warwickshire

Father's first name(s)

Enoch

Father's last name

Edwards

Mother's first name(s)

Amelia

Mother's last name

Edwards

Country

England

Record set

England Deaths & Burials 1538-1991

29 - England & Wales, Death Registration Index 1837-2007 and United Kingdom Deaths 2007-2017

First name(s)

John Edward

Last name

Edwards

Gender

Male

Birth day

-

Birth month

-

Birth year

1873

Age

0

Death quarter

4

Death year

1873

District

Birmingham

County

Warwickshire

Volume

6D

Page

111

Country

England

Record set

England & Wales Deaths 1837-2007

30 - Albert Parker Edwards 1876

Registration District Aston

1876 BIRTH in the Sub-District of Deritend in the County of Warwick

No - When and where born - Name, if any - Sex - Name and surname of father - Name, surname and maiden surname of mother - Occupation of father - Signature, description and residence of informant - When registered

322 - Fifteenth March 1876, 22 Cattell Road - Albert Parker - Boy - Enoch Edwards - Emelia Edwards formerly Parker - Tube Drawer - Emelia Edwards, Mother, 22 Cattell Road, Aston - Twenty First April 1876

31 - Albert Parker Edwards 1876

Registration District Aston

1876 BIRTH in the Sub-District of Deritend in the County of Warwick

No - When and where born - Name, if any - Sex - Name and surname of father - Name, surname and maiden surname of mother - Occupation of father - Signature, description and residence of informant - When registered

322 - Fifteenth March 1876, 22 Cattell Road - Albert Parker - Boy - Enoch Edwards - Emelia Edwards formerly Parker - Tube Drawer - Emelia Edwards, Mother, 22 Cattell Road, Aston - Twenty First April 1876

32 - Albert Parker Edwards 1876

Registration District Aston

1876 BIRTH in the Sub-District of Deritend in the County of Warwick

No - When and where born - Name, if any - Sex - Name and surname of father - Name, surname and maiden surname of mother - Occupation of father - Signature, description and residence of informant - When registered

322 - Fifteenth March 1876, 22 Cattell Road - Albert Parker - Boy - Enoch Edwards - Emelia Edwards formerly Parker - Tube Drawer - Emelia Edwards, Mother, 22 Cattell Road, Aston - Twenty First April 1876

33 - England & Wales, Civil Registration Birth Index 1837-1915

First name(s)

Ada

Last name

Edwards

Birth quarter

2

Birth year

1879

Mother's maiden name

Parker

District

Birmingham

County

Warwickshire

Country

England

Volume

6D

Page

77

Record set

England & Wales Births 1837-2006

34 - 1939 England and Wales Register - 29th September 1939
Citation image

55 St Paul's Road,Cheltenham,Gloucestershire

First name(s)

Last name(s)

DOB

Sex

Occupation

Marital status

Schedule

Schedule Sub Number |

Charles F

Burrows

27 Feb 1870

Male

Joiner

Married

215

1

Ada

Burrows

26 Apr 1879

Female

Unpaid Domestic Duties

Married

215

2

Ref: RG101/5062F/018/41 Letter Code: OCBF

35 - UK 1881 Census - 3rd April 1881
Citation image

Enoch EDWARDS Head M Male 40 Birmingham, Warwick, England Button Tool Maker

Amelia EDWARDS Wife M Female 40 Edgbaston, Warwick, England

Harry EDWARDS Son U Male 12 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Ralph EDWARDS Son Male 10 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Amelia EDWARDS Daur Female 9 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Albert EDWARDS Son Male 5 Small Heath, Warwick, England Scholar

Ada EDWARDS Daur Female 1 Birmingham, Warwick, England

36 - UK 1881 Census - 3rd April 1881
Citation image

Enoch EDWARDS Head M Male 40 Birmingham, Warwick, England Button Tool Maker

Amelia EDWARDS Wife M Female 40 Edgbaston, Warwick, England

Harry EDWARDS Son U Male 12 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Ralph EDWARDS Son Male 10 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Amelia EDWARDS Daur Female 9 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Albert EDWARDS Son Male 5 Small Heath, Warwick, England Scholar

Ada EDWARDS Daur Female 1 Birmingham, Warwick, England

37 - UK 1891 Census - 5th April 1891

Enoch EDWARDS, Head, M, 50, Licensed Victualler, Employer, Warwick Birmingham

Emelia EDWARDS, Wife, M, 51,, Warwick Birmingham

Emelia EDWARDS, Daur, S, 19,, Warwick Birmingham

Ada EDWARDS, Daur, , 11, Scholar, Warwick Birmingham

Garnet EDWARDS, Son, 8, Scholar, Warwick Birmingham

38 - England & Wales, Civil Registration Birth Index 1837-1915

First name(s)

Garnet Frederick

Last name

Edwards

Birth quarter

4

Birth year

1882

Mother's maiden name

-

District

Kings Norton

County

Worcestershire

Country

England

Volume

6C

Page

454

Record set

England & Wales Births 1837-2006

39 - UK 1901 Census - 31st March 1901
Citation image

Albert P Edwards - Head - M - 24 - Publican "Eagle Tavern", Worker, Staffs, Birmingham

Garnet Edwards - Brother - S - 19 - Hub cap maker (cycles) - Worc, Bournbrook

Amy Stokes - Visitor - 26 - - Kinestore?, Warwick

Ivy May Stokes - 11m - - Worc, Broadway

40 - 1939 England and Wales Register - 29th September 1939
Citation image

Hob Hill Farm, Seafield Lane, Alvechurch, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England

First name(s)

Last name(s)

DOB

Sex

Occupation

Marital status

Schedule

Schedule Sub Number |

Ernest H

Powell

05 Jun 1912

Male

Dairy Farmer

Married

46

1

Dorothy V

Powell

31 Mar 1909

Female

Housewife

Married

46

2

Garnet F

Edwards

06 Oct 1882

Male

Retired Publican

Married

46

3

Ellen (Smallwood)

Edwards

03 Oct 1882

Female

Wife Above

Married

46

4

The record for this person is officially closed

The record for this person is officially closed

Betty A

Wayne (Cope)

07 Sep 1927

Female

At School

-

46

7

Ref: RG101/5805E/005/33 Letter Code: QKBM

41 - FreeBMD - UK GRO Civil Registration

Deaths Dec 1886 (>99%)

--------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------

EDWARDS Harry Enoch 18 Birmingham 6d 42

42 - Ledger of Kingswood & Pack Horse Association for the Prosecution of Offenders

Source: http://web.ukonline.co.uk/r.deloyde/

edwards enoch pack horse ???? 25/oct/1890

43 - UK 1891 Census - 5th April 1891
Citation image

Enoch EDWARDS, Head, M, 50, Licensed Victualler, Employer, Warwick Birmingham

Emelia EDWARDS, Wife, M, 51,, Warwick Birmingham

Emelia EDWARDS, Daur, S, 19,, Warwick Birmingham

Ada EDWARDS, Daur, , 11, Scholar, Warwick Birmingham

Garnet EDWARDS, Son, 8, Scholar, Warwick Birmingham

44 - UK 1891 Census - 5th April 1891
Citation image

Enoch EDWARDS, Head, M, 50, Licensed Victualler, Employer, Warwick Birmingham

Emelia EDWARDS, Wife, M, 51,, Warwick Birmingham

Emelia EDWARDS, Daur, S, 19,, Warwick Birmingham

Ada EDWARDS, Daur, , 11, Scholar, Warwick Birmingham

Garnet EDWARDS, Son, 8, Scholar, Warwick Birmingham

45 - Emily Edwards 1895

1895 DEATH in the Sub-district of Tardebigg in the County of Worcester

No 1101

When and where died: Twenty Sixth April 1895 Rifleman Inn, Redditch USD

Name: Emily Edwards

Sex: Female

Age: 55 years

Occupation: Wife of Enoch Edwards a Publican (master)

Cause of death: Phthisis Pulmonalis Exhaustion, Certified by Wm Rennie MRCS

Informant: E Edwards widower of deceased present at death, Rifleman Inn, Redditch

Registered: 1st May 1895

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

First name(s)

Emelia Mary

Last name

Edwards

Marriage quarter

3

Marriage year

1896

Registration month

-

MarriageFinder ™

Emelia Mary Edwards married one of these people

James Mogg, Arthur Henry Greves

District

Bromsgrove

District number

-

County

Worcestershire

Country

England

Volume

6C

Volume as transcribed

6C

Page number

587

Record set

England & Wales Marriages 1837-2005

47 - Edwards - Stokes 1898

1898 Marriage solemnized at the Church in the Parish of St Lawerence Evesham in the County of Worcester

No: 81

When married - Feb 14 1898

Name and Surname - Age - Condition - Rank or Profession - Residence at the time of marriage - Father's name and surname - Rank or Profession of father

Albert Parker Edwards - 22 - Bachelor - Publican [Market Gardener is crossed out] - Eagle Inn [Hampton is crossed out] Crabscross, Redditch - Enoch Edwards - Publican

Annnie Elizabeth Stokes - 25 - Spinster - - St Lawrence, Evesham - Frederick Stokes - Coachbuilder

Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by _____ or after Banns by me Percy Alcock

This marriage was solemnized between us: Albert Parker Edwards, Annie Elizabeth Stokes in the Presence of us, Frederick Thomas Stokes, Edith Mayo Knapton

48 - Edwards - Hedges 1897

1897 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Erdington in the County of Warwick

189 - Twentieth December 1897

Enoch Edwards - 57 - Widower - Licensed Victualler - Short Heath Road Erdington - John Edwards (deceased) - Mill Wright

Florence Ethel Hedges - 21 - Spinster - - 122 St Mark's Road, Ladwood, Birmingham - Albert Hedges - Surgeon (Retired)

Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by License by me F S Swindell MA, Vicar

This marriage was solemnized between us Enoch Edwards, Florence Ethel Hedges

49 - Edwards - Hedges 1897

1897 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Erdington in the County of Warwick

189 - Twentieth December 1897

Enoch Edwards - 57 - Widower - Licensed Victualler - Short Heath Road Erdington - John Edwards (deceased) - Mill Wright

Florence Ethel Hedges - 21 - Spinster - - 122 St Mark's Road, Ladwood, Birmingham - Albert Hedges - Surgeon (Retired)

Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by License by me F S Swindell MA, Vicar

This marriage was solemnized between us Enoch Edwards, Florence Ethel Hedges

50 - Edwards - Hedges 1897

1897 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Erdington in the County of Warwick

189 - Twentieth December 1897

Enoch Edwards - 57 - Widower - Licensed Victualler - Short Heath Road Erdington - John Edwards (deceased) - Mill Wright

Florence Ethel Hedges - 21 - Spinster - - 122 St Mark's Road, Ladwood, Birmingham - Albert Hedges - Surgeon (Retired)

Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by License by me F S Swindell MA, Vicar

This marriage was solemnized between us Enoch Edwards, Florence Ethel Hedges

51 - Edwards - Stokes 1898
Citation image

1898 Marriage solemnized at the Church in the Parish of St Lawerence Evesham in the County of Worcester

No: 81

When married - Feb 14 1898

Name and Surname - Age - Condition - Rank or Profession - Residence at the time of marriage - Father's name and surname - Rank or Profession of father

Albert Parker Edwards - 22 - Bachelor - Publican [Market Gardener is crossed out] - Eagle Inn [Hampton is crossed out] Crabscross, Redditch - Enoch Edwards - Publican

Annnie Elizabeth Stokes - 25 - Spinster - - St Lawrence, Evesham - Frederick Stokes - Coachbuilder

Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by _____ or after Banns by me Percy Alcock

This marriage was solemnized between us: Albert Parker Edwards, Annie Elizabeth Stokes in the Presence of us, Frederick Thomas Stokes, Edith Mayo Knapton

52 - UK 1901 Census - 31st March 1901
Citation image

Worcestershire, Dudley, St Edmunds

Trindle Road

Andrew E edwards - Head - M - 59 - Publican - Worker - B'ham Warwickshire

Florence E Edwards - Wife - M - 24 - - Leicester, Leicester

Muriel F Edwards = Daur - 2 1/2 - - B'ham, Warwick

53 - Essex Newsman
Citation image

Florence Edwards, wife of Enoch Edwards, Walsham, a publican, charged with a offence, was ordered to pay coats 94, 6J.

54 - Saffron Walden Weekly
Citation image

Dated 2 Dec 1904

55 - Edwards - Phillips

Registration Quarter: Jul-Aug-Sep 1905

Registration district: Bromsgrove

Volume: 6c

Page 656

Records on page:

Ralph Ernest Edwards

Rose Phillips

William Sollis

Alice White

56 - St Nicolas, King's Norton

Marriage solemnized at The Parish Church in the Parish of King's Norton in the county of Worcester

May 23rd 1906

Charles Frederick Barrow - 36 Bachelor - Joiner - 18 Chance St, Tewksbury - Frederick Burrows - Mason

Ada Edwards - 28 - Spinster - Maypole Farm - Enock Edwards - Publican

in the presence of Albert Parker Edwards and Emelia Mary Greves

57 - 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

First name(s)

Garnet Frederick

Last name

Edwards

Name note

-

Age

25

Marriage year

1908

Marriage date

02 May 1908

Marriage place

Feckenham

Father's first name(s)

Enoch

Father's last name

Edwards

Spouse's first name(s)

Ellen Smallwood

Spouse's last name

Blundall

Spouse's age

25

Spouse's birth year

1883

Spouse's birth date

1883

Residence

Feckenham, Worcester, England

County

Worcestershire

Country

England

Record set

England Marriages 1538-1973

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

First name(s)

Garnet Frederick

Last name

Edwards

Marriage quarter

2

Marriage year

1908

Registration month

-

MarriageFinder ™

Garnet Frederick Edwards married one of these people

Ellen Smallwood Blundall, Daisy Emily Portman

District

Alcester

District number

-

County

Warwickshire

Country

England

Volume

6D

Volume as transcribed

6D

Page number

1321

Record set

England & Wales Marriages 1837-2005

59 - Canada: 1911 Census
Citation image

Edward Enoch - 16 Parc-Laf [Avenue Parc-La Fontaine] - Male - Chef - M - Nov - 1840 - 71 Angleterre - 1906 - - A[ngleterre] - Canadian - [C rotes?] - Machinist - - - Employed - C.G.R - 5 months - 50 hours per week - Total earnings in 1910 from other than chief occupation or trade, if any: 500 - Can read: non - Can write: non - Language spoken:A[ngleterre]

Edward Ethel - 16 Parc-Laf [Avenue Parc-La Fontaine] - Female - Espouse - M - Dec - 1877 - 33 - Angleterre - 1906 - - A[ngleterre] - Canadian - [C rotes?] - - - - - - - - - Can read: oui - Can write: oui - Language spoken:A[ngleterre]

Edward Frida - 16 Parc-Laf [Avenue Parc-La Fontaine] - Female - Fille - C - Dec - 1897 - 11 - Angleterre - 1906 - - A[ngleterre] - Canadian - [C rotes?] - - - - - - - - - Can read: oui - Can write: oui - Language spoken:A[ngleterre]

60 - 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

61 - Albert Parker Edwards 1930
62 - England & Wales, Civil Registration Marriage Index, 1916-2005

First name(s)

Ralph E

Last name

Edwards

Marriage quarter

1

Marriage year

1935

Registration month

-

MarriageFinder ™

Ralph E Edwards married one of these people

Mary E Smith

Spouse's last name

Smith

District

Bromsgrove

District number

-

County

Worcestershire

Country

England

Volume

6C

Volume as transcribed

6C

Page number

405

Record set

England & Wales Marriages 1837-2005

63 - Province of Ontario Registration of Death
Citation image

Place of Death: Flos, Simcoe, Ontario

Length of stay: 2 months in municipality, 40 years in Province

Full name: MORRIS MARCHETA

Permanent Residence: Flos, Simcoe, Ontario

Sex: F

Citizenship: Can.

Racial origin: English

Widowed

Birthplace: England

Date of Birth Oct 12 1902

Age: 45 years 8 months, 12 days

Trade, profession etc: Housekeeper

Date deceased last worked at this occupation: Date of death

Name of husband: Arthur Frederick Morris

Name of father: Edwards Andrew E

Maiden name of mother: Hedges Florence Ethel

Birthplace of father: ?

Birthplace of mother: ?

Certified at Barrie on 25 June 1948 by Funeral Director

Information received from Ont. Hospital, Hamilton

Burial date: June 26 1948

Burial place: Union Cemetery, Barrie, Ontario

MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF DEATH

Date of Death: June 24 1948

Cause of death: Deceased died suddenly - Had no previous treatment

Immediate Cause: Coronary thrombosis

Morbid conditions: Arterial degeneration

Other morbid conditions: Prurious haemoplegia

64 - National Probate Calendar

EDWARDS Ralph Ernest of 64 Northfield Road, King's Norton, Birmingham died 3 February 1954 at Selly Oak Hospital, Birmingham

Probate London 13 March to Albert Clifford Edwards, press toolsetter and George Rockcliffe foreman tiler.

Effects £1904 8s 10d.

65 - England & Wales, Death Registration Index 1837-2007 and United Kingdom Deaths 2007-2017

First name(s)

Ada

Last name

Burrows

Gender

Female

Birth day

-

Birth month

-

Birth year

1879

Age

84

Death quarter

4

Death year

1963

District

Gloucester City

County

Gloucestershire

Volume

7B

Page

470

Country

England

Record set

England & Wales Deaths 1837-2007

66 - England & Wales, Death Registration Index 1837-2007 and United Kingdom Deaths 2007-2017

First name(s)

Emily Mary

Last name

Greves

Gender

Female

Birth day

2

Birth month

2

Birth year

1872

Age

-

Death quarter

1

Death year

1972

District

Bromsgrove

County

Worcestershire

Volume

9D

Page

86

Country

England

Record set

England & Wales Deaths 1837-2007

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