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In Memory Of  
ADA LOUISE EATLY
[1883 - 1884]

Ada  Louise EATLY   was born  in the third quarter of  1883 in Chelsea London England, he daughter of Benjamin Alfred EATLY [1850 - 1921] and Mary Ann PEPPIATT.  [1846 - 1884],

Sadly she died  in Chelsea in the first quarter of the next year.

Birth Reference:   GRO 1883 Sep Chelsea Volume 1a Page 318
Death Reference: GRO 1884 Mar Chelsea Volume 1a Page 225

Update:12 April 2016


In Memory Of
ADAM EATLEY

[circa 1860]
 
  

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Adam Eatley is recorded in the 1860 U.S. Federal Census as a resident of Niagara, Niagara County, New York. USA.* 

*NY 1860 Federal Census Index 

Update:12 April 2016
In Memory Of
ALBERT EATLY

[1922 - 1982]

Albert EATLY was born on  7th March  1922 in Kensington, London, the son of Frederick William EATLY  [1896 - 1959]  and Henrietta  Ann MITCHELL [1898 - 1969]

In 1952 , 1953 & 1954 Albert is living with his parents and sister Violet Ellen at 47, Lonsdale Road, Kensington, London.  Albert is recorded as living at 43 Phipps House, White City, London W8, with his parents and sister in the 1956 and 1957 Electoral Rolls.*

Albert died  in June 1982 in Ealing, London, England.

Birth Reference:   GRO  1922 Mar Kensington Volume 1a Page 277
Death Reference: GRO  1982 Jun Ealing Volume 12 Page 0223

*Electoral Registers. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives. 

Update:12 April 2016


In Memory Of  
ALBERT EDWARD EATLY

[1865 - 1956]

Albert Edward EATLY was born on 16th October  1865 at 4 Queens place, Flood Street, Chelsea, London, England, the son of Benjamin Eatly [1830 - 1908]  bricklayer,  and Sophia  BALL [1828 - 1894]

Albert Edward was  baptized on 5th November 1865 at the Parish Church of St Luke, Chelsea.

Albert Edward a 5 year old scholar appears in the 1871 Census living with his parents at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea.

Albert Edward also appears in the 1881 census. A 15 year old bricklayer living with his parents at 15 Milmans Street, Chelsea. London.

Albert Edward married Minnie Watson HOWLETT [1867 - 1930]  in Lexden, Colchester, Essex in 1890.

Albert Edward and Minnie Watson had at least five children.

Henry Victor [1891 - 1892] 
William Edward [1892 - 1913]
Mabel Alice [1894 - 1977]
Ella Minnie  [1896 - 1971]  
Olive Muriel [1900 - 1982]

In the census of 5th April 1891  Albert E & Minnie W are living at 41 Park Walk, Chelsea, London;  but on 12th July that year when their son  Henry Victor is baptized they are living  at  55 Herbert Grove Clapham, London.

In the 31st March  1901 census Albert and Minnie with the four surviving children , are living at 18 Parthenia Road, Fulham, London.

On 2 April 1911  the census shows Albert, a 45 year old bricklayer, living at  5 Elthiron Road, Fulham, London  with Minnie and the four children.

       Minnie Watson died in Fulham, London, in 1930 at Fulham, London.

An entry in London Metropolitan Archives: Christ Church Fulham: Studdridge Street, Fulham.
FILE - Citation and Faculty for stained glass window in North wall in memory of Minnie Watson Eatly - ref. P77/CTC/106/1-2 - date: 29 March 1934, 19 May 1934 ]

Albert Edward EATLY married  Elizabeth Louisa COE ( EATLY ) [ 11 Mar 1871  - 26 January 1955 ] the widow of his cousin George Edward EATLY  [5th July 1870 - 1928 ] in the  first quarter of 1932 in Wandsworth, London.

In the wartime National Register of September 26th 1939, Albert Edward EATLY born 16th October 1865 a retired bricklayer is recorded as residing at Sunny Bank, Wallisdown Road, Bournemouth C.B., Hampshire, England.    Other residents are Elizabeth L EATLY born  11 Mar 1871 Unpaid Domestic Duties;    Sydney T SMITH Born 31 Jul 1876 Clerk Retired  &  Jane SMITH 22 Oct 1882 School Teacher.**

Elizabeth Louisa EATLY of 5 Elthiron Road, Fulham, London died on 26 January 1955 at St Stephens Hospital London.  Her  effects of £651:4s:5d to her  son Albert Edward. [£11,344.27 in 2005]  and was buried at Putney Vale  Cemetery  on 31st January  1955.

Albert Edward died in Westminster, London on 9th November 1956 aged 91.

Copy Probate Register*

The purchasing power of £5708 11s 1d in 1957 is £122,900.00 in 2016.

Birth Reference:   GRO  1865 Dec Chelsea Volume 1a Page 194
Marriage Reference 1: GRO  1890 Jun Lexden Volume 4a Page 759
Marriage Reference 2: GRO  1932 Mar  Wandsworth  Volume 1d page 847
Death Reference: GRO  1956 Dec Westminster Volume 5c Page 377 
*
Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England
** Ref: RG101/2246F/018/23 Letter Code: EAPF

Update:12 April 2016


In Memory Of
ALBERT EDWARD
EATLY  
[1875 - 1881]

Albert Edward EATLY was born in 1875 in Hoxton, London, the son of Benjamin Alfred [1850 - 1921]  and Mary Ann  Elizabeth PEPPIATT. [1846 - 1884]

Albert Edwrd appears in the 1881 census aged 5 years living with his parents at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea, London.

Albert Edward died at the age of 5 years at Chelsea, London in 1881.

 Birth Reference:   GRO  1875 Dec Holborn  Volume 1b Page 755
Death Reference: GRO  1881 Sep Chelsea   Volume 1a Page 196

Update:12 April 2016


In Memory Of
ALBERT EDWARD
EATLY
[1883 - 1902]

Albert Edward EATLY was born  in the third quarter of 1883 in Islington, London, the youngest son of George Eatly [1851 - 1915] and Sarah Elizabeth NEAL [1851 - 1909].

Albert Edward appears in the 1891 census a 9 year old scholar living with his parents and siblings  at  7 Hides Terrace, Islington.

Albert appears in the 1901 census as a 17 year old stockbrokers clerk living with his parents and siblings at 8 Benwell Road, Islington.

Albert Edward died at the age of 19 in  the last quarter of 1902 at Islington, London.

 Birth Reference:   GRO  1883 Sep Islington Volume 1b Page 255
Death Reference: GRO  1902 Sep Islington Volume 1b Page 265

Update:12 April 2016


In Memory Of
ALBERT EDWARD
EATLY
[1895 - 1968]
 

Albert Edward EATLY was born on 24 June 1895 in Wandsworth, London, and baptized at on 11th July 1897 at St Stephen, Wandsworth.  the son of  of George Edward EATLY [1870 - 1928] a bricklayer of 13 May Villas, Wandsworth, and his wife  Elizabeth Louisa COE. [1871 - 1955] 

In 1901 Albert E. appears in the census of that year as a four year old child living with his parents at 148 Fawes Park Road, Wandsworth, London. His two older brothers Charles and George are patients in the Fountain Hospital, Tooting, London.

In the census of 2nd April 1911, Albert Edward,  a 13 year old schoolboy , is living  at  17 Lainson St, Wandsworth, London with his parents  and brothers,  Charles, George Valentine and Edward,

Albert Edward  served as a driver in the Royal Field Artillery  in France from 9th February 1915 until 1918.  He was awarded  The 1915 Star, The British War Medal 1914 - 1920 & Victory Medal 1914 - 1918.        It seems he met  Ernestine Felice Desiree POHIER [20 March 1896 - 1991] in France.

Albert E  & Ernestine F D had one son.

Jacques Ernest  [1918 - 2004]

Albert E. and Ernestine  married  in Wandsworth in 1920.

In the 1927 Electoral Register Albert E and Ernestine F D as recorded as living at  62 Warrren Street, Camden, London. *

In the 1939 Electoral Register Albert Edward and Ernestine F D are residing at  6 Eyot Gardens, Hammersmith, London.

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939  Albert E Eatly, born  24 June 1895, a Motor  Transport Driver [Heavy Worker] and
Ernestine F D EATLY born  20 March 1896 [Unpaid Domestic Duties] and
Jacques E Eatly born 15 Nov 1918, a  Lift Attendant  were living at  6 Eyot Gardens Hammersmith, London, England.
Also at the address was Henry A Tipton born 13 July 1900 Road Transport Claims & Accounts Clerk

Albert Edward died in the last quarter of  1968 in  Hammersmith, London,  aged 71.

Ernestine D re-married in Worthing, Sussex, in 1974 to Reginald W. D. OFFER and died in Worthing in the third quarter of 1991 aged 95.  

Birth Reference:   GRO  1897 Sep Wandsworth  Volume 1d Page 751
Baptism Reference: The Register of St Stephen, Wandsworth
Marriage Reference: GRO  1920 Mar Wandsworth Volume 1d Page 1072
Death Reference: GRO  1968 Dec Hammersmith Volume 5b page 651

Update:12 April 2016


In Memory Of  
ALEXANDER EATLEY
[ circa  1730 ]

Alexander EATLEY was born about 1730 and resided in the Strand area of Westminster to the east of The City of London. 

Alexander married Mary. 

Alexander had at least one child:- 

Alexander [1754 - ] 

Reference: The parish register of St Clements Danes, Strand, London.

Update:12 April 2016
In Memory Of  
ALEXANDER EATLEY
[ 1754 -      ]

Alexander EATLEY was born in 1754 in the Strand area of The City of Westminster, the son of Alexander EATLEY and Mary. Alexander was baptised in the parish church of St Clements Danes on 25th March 1754.

Reference: The parish register of St Clements Danes.

Update:12 April 2016
In Memory Of
ALFRED EDMUND EATLY
[1900 - 1901]:

Alfred Edmund EATLY was born  the last quarter of 1900 at  2 Courtney Street, Kennington, Surrey, the second  son of Samuel EATLY  [1870 - 1953]  and Catherine Edith EDWARDS. [1871 - 1967]

Alfred Edmund was baptized on 6th April 1901 at St Mary of Lambeth Parish Church.

Alfred Edmund appears in the 1901 census as a 6 month old child living with his parents and older brother Samuel at The Plough Public House, at 2 Courtney Street, where Samuel is the licensee.

Alfred Edmund sadly died in the second quarter of 1901 before his first birthday.

Birth Reference:   GRO  1900 Dec Lambeth  Volume 1d Page 345
Baptism Reference: The Register of St Mary of Lambeth
Death Reference: GRO  1901 Jun Lambeth Volume 1d page 190

Updated: 29 June 2016


In Memory Of
ALFRED EDWARD EATLY
[1880 - 1882]:

Alfred Edward EATLY was born the last quarter of  1880 in Mile End, London,  the son of Richard EATLEY [1844 - 1907]  and Lucinda ANDREWS . [1845 - 1882]

Alfred Edward appears in the 1881 census as a 6 months old child living with his parents and elder sister Minnie Andrews at 113 Jamaica Street, Mile End old town, London.

Alfred Edward died at 18 months in Mile end in the second quarter of 1882.

Birth Reference:   GRO  1880 Dec Mile End Volume 1c Page 474
Death Reference: GRO  1882 Jun Mile End Volume 1c page 346

Updated:  29 June 2016


In Memory Of
ALFRED FREDERICK. EATLY
[1912 - 1999]

Alfred Frederick EATLY was born on 12th January 1912 in Bermondsey, London, the son of  Samuel EATLY [1870 - 1953]  and  Catherine Edith EDWARDS [1871 - 1967]

Alfred Frederick resided in the family home at 86 [later 96] Downham Road, Hackney, London from 1934 until his death in 1999.*

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939,  Alfred F EATLY born 17 Jan 1912  aBrass Founder (Stockkeeper), his father Samuel EATLY a Carpenter, mother  Catherine EATLY a housewife,  and siblings  Epaphroditus EATLY born  25 Jan 1904    Laboratory Assistant Air raid warden, George Edmond EATLY born 27 May 1905 Packer / Hairdresser,   Samuel William EATLY   5 May  1910  Brass Founder (Stock Keeper),  andElizabeth EATLY born 16 Feb 1908 a Fur Machinist are residing at  86 Downham Road Hackney, London, England.*   

Alfred Frederick died on 20th August 1999 in Hackney, London.

There appears to be no record of marriage or children.

London Gazette
Publication Date: Friday, 25 February 2000
Notice Code: 2903
Notice is hereby given pursuant to s.27 of the Trustee Act 1925, that any person having a claim against or an interest in the estate of any of the deceased persons whose names and addresses are set out in the first and second columns of the following Table is hereby required to send particulars in writing of his claim or interest to the person or persons whose names and addresses are set out opposite the name of the deceased person in the third column of the Table, and to send such particulars before the date specified in relation to that deceased person in the fourth column of the said Table, after which date the personal representatives will distribute the estate among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims and interests of which they have had notice and will not, as respects the property so distributed, be liable to any person of whose claim they shall not then have had notice.

Name of Deceased
(Surname first)
Address, description and date of death of Deceased Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives Claim Date Notice Number
EATLY, Alfred Frederick 96 Downham Road, London N.1.
Brass Manufacturer (Retired).
20th August 1999.
 Dowse Baxter, 229-235 Camden High Street, London NW1 7BU. Solicitors. (Allan Jones.) 27th April 2000 184

Birth Reference:   GRO  1912 Mar St Olaves Volume 1c Page 474
Death Reference: GRO  1999 Aug Hackney Ref C29F/ 2301C/273 

* Electoral Registers. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives.

Update: 29 June 2016


In Memory Of
ALFRED GEORGE EATLY
[1880 - 1900]

Alfred George EATLY  was born in the second quarter 1880 in Islington, London, the son of George EATLY [1851 - 1915] and Sarah Elizabeth NEAL [1851 - 1909]

Alfred appears in the 1881 census as a 1 year old child living with his parents at 39 Kingscroft Street, Islington, London.

In the 1891 census Alfred G is an 11 year old schoolboy living with his parents and siblings,  Edith Louisa Elizabeth [1877 - 1956], Epaphroditus [1882 - 1950], Albert Edward [1883 - 1902] Alice Ethel [1885 - 1969] &  Jessie Daisy [1892 - 1963] at 7 Hides Terrace, Islington, London..

It appears that during the Boer War Alfred G. got caught up in the patriotic fervour that led to the formation of The City Imperial Volunteers in 1900.

Alfred George EATLY, Private in the City Imperial Volunteers and Lance corporal in the 1st London Royal Engineer Volunteers, was struck by a shell from a pom-pom gun at the battle of Diamond Hill  on 12th June 1900.*    He received wounds to his head, head, chest and both arms.****  He was treated at nearby Botha's farm and later transfered to  Pretoria where he died the 18th of June 1900.  He was 20 years old. 

Memoial Plaque

THE CITY OF LONDON IMPERIAL VOLUNTEERS
DULCE ET DECORUM EST PRO PATRIA MORI
IN MEMORY OF ALFRED GEORGE EATLY, PTE. IN THE REGIMENT
AND L/CPL IN THE 1ST CITY OF LONDON ROYAL ENGINEER VOLUNTEERS,
SON OF GEORGE EATLY AND SARAH, HIS WIFE.
HE DIED AT PRETORIA THE 18TH JUNE, 1900,
DURING THE SOUTH AFRICAN CAMPAIGN,
AGED 20 YEARS.
THIS MEMORIAL ERECTED AT THE EXPENSE OF THE REGIMENTAL FUND.
THE RT. HON. SIR ALFRED NEWTON, BART., LORD MAYOR**

Alfred George EATLY was awarded  The Queen's South Africa Medal with clasps for Johannesburg, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and Diamond Hill.***

Photo Qyeen's South Africa Medal Claspsclasps

Illustration of medal and clasps courtesy of  Col André Kritzinger

More about the City Imperial Volunteers

Birth Reference:   GRO  1880 Jun Islington Volume 1b Page 217
Death Reference: GRO 
Natal and South African Forces Deaths: 1899-1902  Page 145 *Boer War Casualties 1899-1902. The Naval and Military Press Ltd.
** Inscription on bronze memorial tablet in the north east corner of St Mary Magdalene Church, Holloway Road, London, N7. England.
*** Public Record Office Ref WO100/231 
****The Journal of the CIV. https://archive.org/stream/journalcivinsou00unkngoog/journalcivinsou00unkngoog_djvu.txt
 

Update:18 June 2014


In Memory Of  
ALFRED WILLIAM EATLY
[1889 - 1977]

Alfred William EATLY was born on the 25 June 1889 in Chelsea, London. The son of Benjamin Alfred  EATLY [1850 - 1921] and his second wife Hannah Augusta WHITE.[1849 -1921]

Alfred appears in the 1891 census as a 1 year old child living with his parents and step-siblings at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea. 

By the 16th June 1901 census  Alfred William is living with his parents, Benjamin and Hannah and his stepbrother  Ernest C. at 26 Parthenia Road, Fulham. London.

In the census  of 2nd April 1911  Alfred William, and his parents are still at 26 Parthenia Road, Fulham. Alfred W is working as a Mechanical Draughtsman.         

Alfred married Beatrice BEARDMORE [28 December 1892 - 1982], the daughter of Joseph BEARDMORE & Hannah,  in the last quarter of 1919 at All Saints Church, Dilhorne, Cheadle, Staffordshire. They appear to have had no children.

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939 Beatrice is shown as performing unpaid domestic duties residing at   High Street Cheadle R.D., Staffordshire, England.  Also at the address is Alice BOURNE born  11 May    1899 a school teacher.*  Alfred William has not been found in the register.

Alfred William EATLY of "Castleview"  27 School Lane, Cavershall Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire,  Retired Mechanical Draughtsman died 14th December 1977** [aged 88].

Beatrice died in 1982 in Staffordshire, aged 99.

Birth Reference:   GRO  1889 Dec Chelsea  Volume 1a Page 330
Marriage Reference: GRO  1919 Dec Cheadle Volume  6b  Page 899
Death Reference: GRO  1977 Dec East Staffordshire Volume  30 Page 0736
*Ref: RG101/5456J/023/41 Letter Code: OTEE

**London Gazette 17th January 1978  Estate Notices

Update:6th July 2016


In Memory Of  
ALICE EATLEY
[ 1706 -     ]

Alice was born about 1706 the daughter of  John EATLEY.

She was baptised on 8th May 1706 at the Parish  Church of St Mary the Virgin, Blackburn, Lancashire, England.

Birth Reference:   Registers of  St Mary the Virgin

Update:6th July 2016
In Memory Of  
ALICE EATLEY
[Circa  1730 ]

Alice was married in The Fleet [Prison]  on 14th March 1748.   No other details are available.

Marriage Reference:  National Archives   RG7/238  Marriages and Baptisms from the Fleet Registers performed according to the Rules of the Fleet, London from August 1747 to March 1749

Update:6th July 2016


In Memory Of
ALICE EATLEY
[Circa  1760 - 1764 ]

Alice EATLEY, the daughter of James EATLEY was buried at the Collegiate Church of St Mary, [ now Manchester Cathderal ] Manchester, Lancashire, on 25th December 1764. 

Burial Reference: The registers of St Mary, St Denys and St George, Manchester.

Update:6th July 2016
In Memory Of
A
LICE CHARLOTTE  EATLY
[1859 - 1932]

Alice Charlotte EATLY was born on 17th February 1859 at 4 Queens Place, Chelsea, London,  and baptized on 13th March 1859 at the parish church of St Luke, Chelsea. The daughter of Benjamin EATLY [1830 - 1908] a bricklayer  and Sophia Ball [1828 - 1894].

Alice C. appears in the 1861 census as a 2 year old, living with her parents at 4 Queen Place, Queen Street, Chelsea.

The 1871  census shows her aged 12, a scholar with her parents at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea.

Alice C. appears in the 1881 census. A domestic servant aged 22 living with her parents at 5 Milmans Street, Chelsea. London.

In the 1891 census she is at the same address.

In the 1901 census aged 42 she is living with her widowed father at 23 Parthenia Road, Fulham. London.

The census of 2nd April 1911, shows Alice Charlotte as a  50 year old general domestic servant to an 80 year old widow [Sarah BEATTIE]  at 104 Gosberton Road, Wandsworth,  London.

Alice Charlotte of 44 Octavia Street Battersea, died aged 73, on  23rd December 1932 at Battersea General Hospital, Battersea, London.

National Probate Calender 1933: EATLY Alice Charlotte of 44 Octavia Street Battersea Surrey spinster died 23 December 1932 at Battersea General Hospital Battersea PROBATE London 21 January to Louise Mary Plimpton Paragreen*  wife of Charles Ernest Paragreen. Effects £1181. 0s. 2d. {£87,800.00 in 2009}.

*[Louise Mary Plimpton EATLY  [1871 - 1954]  her sister.] 

Birth Reference:   GRO  1859 Mar Chelsea  Volume 1a Page 156
Baptism Reference: The Register of St Luke Chelsea
Death Reference: GRO  1932 Dec Chelsea Volume 5c page 248

Update:16 July 2016


In Memory Of
ALICE ETHEL EATLY 
[1885 - 1969]

 

Photo of Alice Eatly   ~  Courtesy of Geoffrey M. H. Carter Esq.

Alice Ethel EATLY was born in the first quarter of 1885 in Islington, London, the daughter of George EATLY [1851 - 1915] a printer, and Sarah Elizabeth NEAL [ 1851 - 1909].

In the 1901 census Alice Ethel is a 16 year old bookbinders' folder living with her parents and siblings Epaphroditus, Albert Edward and Jessie Daisy at 8 Benwell Road, Islington. London.

In the census of 2nd April 1911, Alice Ethel , a 25 year old book binding machinist, is living with her married sister Edith L. E.  [YARDLEY]  and Edith's  6 year old daughter Dorothy E. Yardley at 31 Rutland Road, Harrow, London.

Alice Ethel is named in the probate proceedings of her sister Jessie Daisy in 1962, she is described as 'spinster' therein.

Alice Ethel died in the first quarter of 1969 in Worthing, Sussex aged 84.

Birth Reference:   GRO  1885 Mar Islington  Volume 1b Page 318
Death Reference: GRO  1969 Mar Worthing Volume 5h page 871

Update:6th July 2016


In Memory Of
ALICE MAY EATLEY
[1906 -       ]


photo of Alice May Eatly

Photograph of Alice May EATLEY from Ups & Downs Magazine May 1927

Signature of Alice May

Alice May EATLEY was born on 20th May 1906 at 9 Granville Road, Willesden, London, the daughter of Richard EATLY [1844 - 1907] and Alice Annie GODDARD [1861 - 1945].

Her father, Richard, died  in the last quarter of 1907 when she was 19 months old.    At some stage she was taken into the care of one of the Dr Bernardos Homes.

On 11th November 1910, 4 year old Alice May, now possibly in the care of Dr Bernardos Children Homes,  was admitted to Polstead County Primary School in Sussex.  Her 'mother' is shown as Mrs Johnson.#

In the census of 2nd April 1911 Alice May is shown as fostered by Robert JOHNSON a 52 year old coachman and his wife Agnes, 52, at  The Green, Polstead, Colchester, Sussex.  Also at the address are the JOHNSON's three daughters  Edith, 27,  Dorothy. 16, and  Marjorie, 10.  There is also another foster child, Winifred PULLEN aged 8. 

At the time of the 1911 census Alice May's now widowed mother is a 49 year old washerwoman, living at 91 Granville Road, West Kilburn, London with her son Frederick William and her daughters Ellen Ellsworth, Florence Emily and Annnie Horsman.  Her youngest son , William Horsman aged 7, like Alice May aged 4 appears to have been taken into the care of Dr Bernardos Homes; 

On 14th September  1922,  aged 16,  Alice May shipped on board SS Minnedosa,  her fare paid by  Dr Bernardos, apparently as part of the infamous British Home Children scheme.    On her embarkation card Alice May records her next of kin as Mrs Eatly, address unknown.

Photo SS Minnedosa

Canadian Pacific SS Minnedosa.  
Courtesy of  
British Home Children Advocacy & Research Association

The Home Children Scheme run by Bernardos and other care organisations saw the shipping of thousands of  British  children to Australia and Canada . Not all the children shipped were  actually orphaned,  and cases where the parents were not consulted are not rare.  Many children suffered abuse. sexual, physical and mental in their new homes.   The British Government has recently issued an official apology to the  victims of the scheme, and the British Home Children Advocacy & Research Association is pressing the Canadian Government  for a similar recognition. 

Alice May was sent to  Mrs Rose Hobday of  538 Jarvis Street, Toronto, the Bernardos Headquarters for both girls and boys from 1922 to 1945 which Mrs Hobday managed with her husband J. W. Hobday. Many of the girls speak  fondly of Rose Hobday, so perhaps Alice May found a little happiness there. 

Photo of Toronto Bernardos HQ Jarvis Street
538 Jarvis Street, Toronto - Canadian Headquarters for both boys and girls 1922 to 1945   J.W. Hobday & Rose Hobday Managers
Photo curtesy of  Courtesy of  British Home Children Advocacy & Research Association

On 3rd September 1927,  21 year old Alice May embarked from Southampton, England, aboard the Canadian Pacific  ship SS Empress of France bound for Quebec as a third class passenger.  Her occupation is shown as 'domestic'.  Her last address in the United Kingdom is shown as Bank Cottage, Pembry, South Wales, which is probably the adress of her brother and fellow Barnardo's child,  William Horseman EATLY who lived in Wales all his adult life.. A letter to Ups and Downs magazine for  November 1927 from Alice May mentions her visiting her brother.

copy of letter from Alice May

Letter from Alice May Courtesey of  Johm & Ivy SAYERS.

Alice May married  E. R. GALE in Toronto on  22 February 1929.

The Ups and Downs  magazine was published from August 1895 to December 1949 in Toronto by the Canadian Branch of Dr. Barnardo’s organization, which brought more British Home Children to Canada than any other.

Alice May is referenced eight times in the magazine:-

Issue 1 Volume 25 [Spring Issue 1923]  - a letter from her mistress - Mrs Hobday ?
Issue 4 Volume 27 [December 1925] records Alice May making a donation to Bernardos.  
Issue 4 Volume 29 [December 1926] published letter from Alice May.
Issue 1 Volume 29 [May 1927] published a photo of Alice May.  
Issue 3 Volume 29 [November 1927] 1927 - Alice May writes from England. Mentions her brother.
Issue 3 Volume 30 [November 1928] records a further donation from Alice May.
Issue 2 Volume 32 [May 1930]  carries a report of Alice May's Marriage  to E. R. Gale 
Issue 2 Volume 39 [December 1937]   reports Alice May visiting 538 Jarvis Street, Toronto - Bernardos Canadian Headquarters for both boys and girls.   
Now Mrs. Gale, she lived  in the same cottage [in a Bernardos Home in England]  as Mary Hope and Violet Moore also British Home Children in Canada.

Alice May's mother, Alice Annie GODDARD, married again to  Joseph J WILLIAMS [1848 - 1922]  in the September quarter of 1921  in Willesden, Middlesex/London, but he died the following year.     In the 1939 Register for England and Wales  Alice Annie WILLIAMS, a widow,  incapacitated and bedridden,  is residding at 149 Malvern Road, Willesden, London
and died aged 83, in Willesden, London in the March quarter of 1945   Ref: 1945 MAR Vol 3a Page 577.

Birth Reference:   GRO  1906 Jun  Hendon Volume 3a Page 264

#National Schools Admissions and Log Books 1870-1914

Update: 21 June 2018


In Memory Of
ANDREW EATLEY
[1847 - 1850]

Andrew EATLEY's birth was registered in Upton on Severn, Worcestershire in the second quarter of 1847.

(The only couple in Worcestershire at that time was  Matthew EATLY [1804 -    ]  and Mary BARRETT [1809 - 1864] although GRO records give his mother's maiden name as BURFORD )

Andrew died  at Upton on Severn in the third quarter of 1850  aged 3 years.

Andrew was buried on 15 September 1850 at St Mary and St Michael Church Great Malvern, Worcestershire, England.

Birth Reference:   GRO  1847 Jun Upton on Severn   Volume 1b Page 318
Death Reference: GRO  1850 Mar Upton on Severn Volume 18 page
500
Burial Reference: National Burial Index

Update:25 July 2016


In Memory Of
ANN EATLEY
[1765 - 1768 ]

Anne EATLEY  was born about 1765 in County Durham, England, the daughter of Daniel EATLEY & Mary.

Anne was baptized 04 August 1765 at the  Parish Church of St Hilda, South Shields, County Durham.

Sadly Anne died when she was three years old and was buried at St Hildas on 14th December 1768. 

Baptism Reference: IGI Batch Ref: P000671

Burial Reference:  The Registers of St Hilda, South Shields.

Update:4th July 2014


In Memory Of
ANN EATLY
[ circa  1845 ]  
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Ann EATLY was born around 1846 in  Greenfield, Ohio, USA.

Ann married  William C HOLMES who was born in Ireland.

Ann and William had at least one child :-

John W HOLMES  born  24th June 1870  in Greenfield, Ohio.   

John W HOLMES of 403 McKell Avenue, Greenfield, was a veteran of the  US invasion of the Philippines  1889 - 1902.  

On 21st September 1947 he was admitted to   the  Veterans Administration Hospital in Dayton Ohio and after 22 days  died there on 12th October 1947 aged 70 years 3 months 18 days  at 8.50am,  of cancer and heart disease.  

He was buried at the VA  Cemetery  15th October 1947.  John W was a single man. *

*Ohio Department of Health: Columbus: Certificate of Death  Reg District 2954 File 65503


In Memory Of
ANN SOPHIA EATLY
[1852 - 1944]

Ann Sophia EATLY was born in 23 March 1852 in Chelsea, London, England. The daughter of Benjamin EATLY  [1830 - 1908] a bricklayer of 4 Queens Place, Chelsea, London, and Sophia BALL [1828 - 1894]

Ann Sophia was baptized on 18 April 1852 at the parish church of St Luke Chelsea.

She is listed in the 1861 census with her parents at 4 Queens Place, Queen Street, Chelsea.

She is not listed with the family in the 1871 census when they were at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea.   She is a domestic servant in the household of a Mrs Selina Laws 42 Limerstone Street, Chelsea.

Ann Sophia married James William CROOK [1854 -     ] in the last quarter of 1878 at St George, Hanover Square, London.

James William was a clerk and fruit salesman  for the majority of his working life.

Ann Sophia and James William had at least eight children.

Beatrice Emma Sophia Rachel CROOK  [1879 - 1966]  born at 120 Stamford Street, Lambeth, London.
James William CROOK [1880 -     ] born at 141 Stamford Street, Lambeth.
Margaretta Ann CROOK[1883 -     ] born at 26 Waterloo Road, Lambeth
Lilian Rosamund CROOK[1884 -    ] born at 12 Milman Street, Chelsea.
Charles Robert CROOK[1886 -     ] born at 116 Lots Road, Fulham, London.
Mabel Evelin Hilda CROOK[1888 - 1969] born at 7 Milman Street, Chelsea
Reuben Alexander Douglas CROOK[1889 - 1916] born at 17 Milman Street, Chelsea.
Alfred Paul Victor CROOK[1891 - 1951] born at 17 Milman Street, Chelsea

In the 1901 census Ann Sophia and James, Margaretta, Charles, Mabel, Reuben  & Alfred are living at 22 Water Street, Rhyl, Flintshire, Wales.   Husband James is lodging at 33 Exeter Street, Westminster, London where he is working as a market clerk. 

It appears the family stayed in Wales as in 1911   Ann Sophia, and two of her sons  James & Reuben are living in St Asaph  Denbighshire.

Ann Sophia  died in the third quarter of 1944 at St Asaph, Flintshire, Wales aged 86.

 
Birth Reference:   GRO  1852 Jun Chelsea  Volume 1a Page 103
Baptism Reference: The Register of St Luke Chelsea
Marriage Reference: GRO 1878 Dec St George Hanover Square Volume  1a page 623
Death Reference: GRO  1944 Sep 
St Asaph Volume 11b page 173

Update: 25 July 2016


In Memory Of
ANNE EATLEY
[1808 -     ]

Anne Eatley was born about 1808.

Anne was baptized 17 January 1808 in Ashleworth Gloucester the daughter of Charles Eatley [1771 - 1844]  and Elizabeth.

Baptism Reference: IGI Batch Ref: C626661

Update:19 Aug 2010  


In Memory Of
ANNE EATLEY
[  circa 1819  ]

The marriage of an   Anne Eatley is recorded at  Thirsk, North Yorkshire in the second quarter of  1839

Marriage Reference: GRO 1839 June Thirsk  Volume  24 page 555

Update:30 Aug 2010  


ANNE MARIE EATLEY
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In Memory Of
ANNETTE EATLEY
[1865 -    ]


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Born 1865 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. USA. the daughter of Martha Eatley. No father listed.
She married George CRAM on 4th July 1882 in Sanford, York, Maine. USA. 

Marriage Reference: LDS IGI Vol 4.02.


In Memory Of
ANNIE HORSMAN EATLY
[1902 - 1975    ]

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Annie Horsman Eatly was born on 10th March 1902 at Paddington, London the daughter of  Richard  Eatly [1844 - 1907] and Alice Annie GODDARD [1861 -     ]

In the census of 2nd April 1911 Annie H. is a scholar, living with her now widowed mother, her brother Frederick William and her sisters Ellen Ellsworth and Florence Emily, at 91 Granville Road, West Kilburn, London.

Annie Horsman EATLY a spinster, aged 19, a spinster, the daughter of  Richard Edward EATLY, deceased, of 149 Malvern Road Kilburn, London, married James Edward LOVELL [1902 -1973], a batchelor, aged 19, carman, of 104  Albert Road, Kilburn the son of  Robert Thomas LOVELL, a scaffolder  on 23 October 1920 at the parish church of  St Luke The Evangelist, West Kilburn, London, in the presence of Josephine WILLIAMS .and Louisa LOVELL.

Annie and James had six children

Daughter  [1921 -    ]
Daughter  [1933 -    ]
Daughter  [1935 -    ]
Son          [1938 -    ]
Daughter  [1943 -    ]
Son          [1947 -    ]

James Edward  died  in  the second quarter of 1973 at Hammersmith London, aged 71.

Annie Horsman died in the last quarter of  1975 at Hammersmith. London,  aged 73.

Birth Reference:   GRO  1902 Jun Paddington  Volume 1a Page 12a
Marriage Reference: GRO
1920 Dec Paddington Volume  1a page 43

Death Reference: GRO  1975 Dec Hammersmith Volume 12 Page 1795.

 

Update: 3 Aug 2016


In Memory Of
ANTHONY EATELEY
[circa 1620 -    ]

Anthony EATELEY  was a resident of   Shobden, Herefordshire, England.

Anthony married Sarah.

Anthony and Sarah had at least one  child

Sara [circa 1648 -    ]

Reference:  IGI batch C139551

Update   17 Oct 2010


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In Memory Of
ARTHUR EATLEY
[1864 -    ]

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Arthur EATLEY, aged 22,  gold miner,  was  reported injured in a mining accident 15 July 1886 at  Eaglehawk [Bendigo], Sandhurst District of Ballaret, Victoria, Australia

Reference: Annual Report of Chief Secretary of Mines( http://www.ballaratgenealogy.org.au/miners/e.htm )


In Memory Of
ARTHUR  EATLY
[1889 - 1889]

Arthur EATLY was born in  the first  quarter of 1889 in Islington, London the son of George EATLY [1851 - 1915] and Sarah Elizabeth NEAL [1851 - 1909] and sadly died  in the same quarter. 

Birth Reference:   GRO  1889  Mar Islington  Volume 1b Page 358
Death Reference: GRO 1889  Mar Islington Volume  1b Page 228  

Update: 26 July 2016


In Memory Of
AUDREY ENA  EATLY
[1926 - 1997]

Audrey Ena EATLY  was born 19th September 1926  in Kensington, London the daughter of  Edward William EATLY [1907 - 1977] and Annie M GREGORY [1904 - 1963].

Audrey Ena married Dennis R BENNETT in the last quarter of 1949 in Maidstone, Kent.

Audrey Ena and Dennis had at least three children:-
Daughter born 1925 
Son born 1928 
Daughter born 1929

Audrey Ena died in the second quarter of  1996 in Norwich, Norfolk.

Birth Reference:   GRO  1926 Dec  Kensington  Volume 1a Page  179
Marriage Reference: GRO 1949 Dec Maidstone Volume  5b Page 1179
Death Reference:   GRO  1996 Aug Norwich Volume E18B Page 31  

Update: 26 July 2016



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In Memory Of
BARTHOLOMEW de EYTELEI 
[circa 1331]

Notification of the king's acceptance of the presentation made by Nicholas Norreis and Henry Baret of Master Bartholomew de EYTELEI to the church of St Medoc, Kynneth, in the diocese of Dublin.

Calender of Patent Rolls. Edward II     1331 Westminster.


In Memory Of
BEATRICE MAUD EATLY
 [1872 - 1876]

 Beatrice Maud EATLY was born on  1st October  1872 in Chelsea, London, the daughter of Benjamin EATLY  [1830 - 1908.] a bricklayer. of 4 Queens Place,  Chelsea, London, and Sophia BALL [1828 - 1894]

Beatrice Maud was baptized  on 29th October 1872 in the parish church of St Luke, Chelsea.

Sadly little Beatrice  Maud died in Chelsea in the first  quarter  of 1875.

Birth Reference:   GRO  1872 Dec  Chelsea Volume 1a Page  255
Baptism Reference:  The Register of  St Luke Chelsea
Death Reference:   GRO  1875 Mar  Chelsea Volume 1a Page 216  

Update: 7th July 2014


In Memory Of
BEATRICE MAUD EATLY
[1876 - 1946 ]

Beatrice Maud EATLY was born  in the last quarter of  1876 in Hoxton , London. The daughter of Benjamin Alfred EATLY [1850 - 1921] and Mary Ann PEPPIATT.  [1846 - 1884],  possibly named for her infant aunt who had died the previous year. 

She appears in the 1881 census aged 4 years living with her parents at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea.

In the 1891 census aged 14, she is at the same address with her father and her step-mother Hannah WHITE.

In the 1901 census she is a general domestic servant, living and working at 18 Sarefeld Road, Battersea. London.

Beatrice's  brother Ernest Charles emigrated to Canada after 1901  -   It appears she followed after him.

A record card of the USA Immigration  Service at Niagara Falls  border crossing dated  07 June 1907  shows that  Beatrice EATLY  aged 23    [  she was actually 31 !  ]  a domestic servant  born London, England permanently residing in  Toronto,  Ontario,  crossed the border to visit  a Mrs Chadwick of 140 Genesee Street, Lockport New York.

Beatrice is described as   5'4" - 110lbs [about 7 stone]- Brown hair - brown eyes - fair complexion.

She had $6 cash with her.

The card also shows that Beatrice   landed at  St John, New Brunswick, Canada  on 16 November 1905 from  the SS Sardinian.

Beatrice Maud,  Spinster, married John GRIBBLE, Bachelor, the son of  William GRIBBLE a stone mason and Eliza WARD in York County Toronto on 16th June 1909.    She stated her father was Benjamin EATLY, a refiner at  The Mint, and her mother as Hannah WHITE  [who on the face of it appears to be her stepmother] The marriage was witnessed by Beatrice's brother  Ernest Charles EATLY [ 1881 -     ] and his wife Margaret KANE.

Beatrice and John had at least one child;

William GRIBBLE born 6th September 1911 Toronto, Canada.* [Marriage Licence granted to William Gribble of  74 Cathness, Toronto, Canada a purser and Alice Smith, born 27 March 1905, book-keeper of the same address, at Rochester New York in 8th October 1934].

Beatrice Maud EATLY died in Toronto in 1946 and is buried at Pine Hill Cemetery, Scarborough, Toronto Municipality, Ontario, Canada and was joined by John in 1957.

Photo of Beatrices Gravestone.

Photo of gravestone courtesy of  Shelley Smith contributer to http://www.findagrave.com

Birth Reference:   GRO  1876 Dec  Holborn Volume 1b Page  800
Marriage Reference: Marriages of York County, Toronto, Canada

*New York, County Marriages, 1847-1848; 1908-1936
Update: 18Aug16


In Memory Of
BENJAMIN EATLEY
[circa 1770]

Benjamin EATLEY  was a resident of  Hasfield Gloucestershire the son of Richard Eatly [1734 - 1806]  and Elizabeth 'Betty'  HARRIS [1736 - 1799].

Benjamin  died in 1770    and was buried at Hasfield on  31 March 1770.

Reference: Parish Registers of St Peter Hasfield transcribed by William Good.

Update: 18Aug16


In Memory Of
BENJAMIN EATLY [1795 - 1859]

Benjamin EATLY   was born  about 1794 and christened on 23 November 1794 in Ashleworth, Gloucestershire the son of Charles EATLEY [1771 - 1844]  and Elizabeth.

Benjamin married  Eliza HOLLIER  [1804 - 1878] in the parish church of St Mary, Hanwell Middlesex on 13th September 1823.

Benjamin and Eliza had at least eight children.

Eliza [1824  -    ]
John Hollier [1827 - 1877]
Benjamin [1830 - 1908]
Charles Henry [1832 - 1909]
William [1835 - 1843]

Edward [1838-1838]
Mary [1840 - 1880]
Emma [1844 -     ]

Martha [1844 - 1848]

Reports in the London Gazette (Bankruptcy) show Benjamin EATLY a bricklayer of Manor Street, Chelsea. London and thereafter Beaufort Row, Chelsea, Insolvency filed 8th November 1825.

Certificate of Bankruptcy allowed 28th February 1826

It appears at this time the family moved to France to escape the creditors and possible imprisonment for debt.   Sons John Hollier and Benjamin were born during this period of exile.

Benjamin and family returned to London by 1833 and as feared he was imprisoned in Marshalsea Prison by his creditors.

London Gazette Issue 19057 published on the 11 June 1833

The Matters of the PETITIONS and SCHEDULES of the PRISONERS hereinafter named (the same having been filed in the Court) are appointed to be heard at the Court-House, in Portugal-Street, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, on Tuesday the 2d day of July 1833, at Nine o'Clock in theForenoon.

Eatly, Benjamin,
formerly of New Manor-Street, then of Millman-Row, both in the Parish of St. Luke's, Chelsea, Middlesex, Bricklayer and Builder, and late of Millman-Row aforesaid, Bricklayer, Builder, and Retailer of Beer.

A Certificate of Discharge from Bankruptcy was issued 11th June 1833 and at the hearing above he was released,  but the  creditors were nothing of not persistent   ......

 London Gazette Issue 19118 published on the 10 January 1834

THE Creditors of Benjamin Eatly, late of Millman's-Row, Saint Luke's, Chelsea, in the County of Middlesex, Brick-layer, an Insolvent Debtor, who was lately discharged from His Majesty's Gaol of the Marshalsea, under and by virtue of an Act of Parliament, made and passed in the seventh year of the reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth, intituled " An Act to amend and consolidate the laws for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors in England," are-desired to meet the Assignees of the said Insolvent's estate, on Saturday the 25th day of January instant, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon precisely, at the Office of Mr. John Carlon, No. 6, Chancery-Lane, London, to assent to or dissent from the commencing a suit in equity against the Executors of the late Charles Adams, to compel the specific performance of an agreement for a lease made with the Insolvent.

In the  census of 7th June 1841 Benjamin and family are living at The Globe Public House,  Milmans Row where Benjamin is the Licensee.

The creditors were still pursuing him even under an assumed name

London Gazette Issue 20276 published on the 7 November 1843

The following PRISONERS, whose Estates and Effects have been vested in the Provisional Assignee by Order of the Court, having filed their Schedules, are ordered to be brought up before the Court, at the Court-House, in Portugal-Street, Liucoln's-Inn-Fields, on  Tuesday the 28th day of November 1843, at Nine o'Clock in the Forenoon, to be dealt with according to the Statute:

Philip George Pound (also known by and using the name of George Pound), formerly of the Red Cow, Dalston, Hackney, Middlesex, Licenced Victualler, then of Harrock- Row, Old Kent-road, Surrey, first Builder, and then out of business, and late of the Globe, Millman-Row, King's-road, Chelsea, Middlesex, Victualler, carrying on business with licences in the name of Benjamin Eatley.

By  30th March 1851 Benjamin has returned to bricklaying  and the census of that date shows the family at 8 Camera Street, Chelsea. 

Benjamin  died in the second quarter of June 1859 in Chelsea  at the age of 84.

Eliza died aged 74 in 1878 in Wandsworth, London.

Baptism Reference: Parish Registers of Ashleworth Gloucester  transcribed by William Good. and  Family Search.Org  IGI  Batch No. C026661
Marriage Reference: The Parish Register of  St Mary Hanwell Middlesex
Death Reference:   GRO  1859 Jun Chelsea Volume 1a Page 103

Update: 18Aug16


  In Memory Of
BENJAMIN EATLY [1830 - 1908]

Benjamin Eatly was born in France  1830,  the son of Benjamin Eatly [1794 - 1859]  and Eliza Hollier [1804 - 1878] and christened in the British Embassy Chapel in Paris on 17 Jan 1830

Benjamin married Sophia BALL [1831 - 1894] the daughter of Hugh BALL  and Sophia WALDEN on 30 September 1849 at St George Hanover Square, Mayfair London.

Benjamin and Sophia had at least twelve children.

Benjamin Alfred [1850 - 1921]
Ann Sophia [1852 - 1944]
Henry Charles [1853 - 1910]
Sophia Harriet [1855 -     ]
William James [1857 - 1904 ]
Alice Charlotte [1859 - 1932]
Emily Ellen [1861 - 1938]
Julia Martha Hollier [1863 - 1873]
Albert Edward [1865 - 1956]
Charles Ernest [1867 - 1956]
Louisa Mary Plimpton [1871 - 1954]
Beatrice Maud [1872 - 1875]

In the 1861 census Benjamin and Sophia , and their children, Benjamin, Henry Charles, William James, Ann Sophia, Sophia Harriett and Alice Charlotte at 4 Queens Place, Queens Street, Chelsea, London, England.

In 1871 the census shows the family living at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea, with additional children  Julia Martha Hollier,  Albert Edward, Charles Edward, and Louisa Mary.   Ann Sophia is not with the family at Flood Street, at aged 19 she possibly is in service elsewhere. Emily Ellen is also missing from the 1871 census entry.

Benjamin appears in the 1881 census. A builder living with wife Sophia and their children Albert E, Alice C, Benjamin, Charles c, and Louise M .at 15 Milmans Street, Chelsea. London.

In the 1891 census Benjamin and Sophia are at the same address.

Sophia died in Chelsea in 1894 aged 63.

      In the 1901 census Benjamin a 71 year old widower is living with his daughter Alice Charlotte at 23 Parthenia Road, Fulham. London.

Benjamin died 17 February 1908 in Fulham  aged 78. 

EATLY Benjamin of 23 Parthenia Road Fulham Middlesex died 17 February 1908 Probate London 10 March to Benjamin Alfred Eatly bricklayer and Henry Eatly clerk of works. [His sons]   Effects £3202 15s 8d.  Resworn £3269 16s 9d    [£186,576.93 in 2010]

Baptism Reference : England and Wales, Non-Conformist Record Indexes (RG4-8) British Embassy Chapel Paris
Marriage Reference: GRO 1849 Sep St George Hanover Square Volume 1 Page 46
Death Reference:   GRO  1908 Mar Fulham Volume 1a Page 265
Probate Reference: 
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941

Update: 18Aug16 
 


In Memory Of
BENJAMIN ALFRED EATLY
 [1850 - 1921]

Benjamin Alfred EATLY was born 10th July 1850 at Chelsea Manor Street, Chelsea, London, England, the son of Benjamin EATLY [1830 - 1908] a bricklayer, and Sophia BALL [1828 - 1894] and baptized on 4th August 1850 at St Lukes Chelsea.

In the 30th March 1851 census  Benjamin Alfred aged 3 months is listed  living with his parents at 2, Queens Place, Chelsea.

Benjamin appears in the  7th April 1861 UK Census as a 10 year old scholar living with his parents at 4, Queens Place, Queens Street, Chelsea.

On 2nd April 1871 the census shows Benjamin A, a 20 year old bricklayer, living with his parents and eight siblings at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea.

Benjamin Alfred EATLY aged 21 bachelor, a bricklayer, of 77 Manor Street, Chelsea  the son of  Benjamin EATLY, bricklayer married Mary Ann Elizabeth PEPPIAT [1846 - 1884] aged 24 spinster of  55 Manor Street , Chelsea,   the daughter of John PEPPIAT, deceased,  on 29th May 1871 at the Parish Church of St Jude, Chelsea.

Benjamin Alfred and Mary an had at least six children:
[1878 - 1878]

Benjamin Francis [1873 - 1954]
Elizabeth Sophia [1874 -
Albert Edward [1875 - 1881]
Beatrice Maud [1876 -     ]
Ernest Charles [1881 -     ]

Ada Louise
[1883 - 1884]  
Edith Alice [1878 - 1878]

He and Mary Ann appear in the 3rd April  1881 census, living at 14, Flood Street, Chelsea, London with their children.  Benjamin's occupation is given as 'bricklayer'.    His parents and four of his siblings had moved round the corner to 5 Milmans Street.

Mary Ann Elizabeth PEPPIAT died at the age of 37 in Chelsea in 1884.

In 1886 Benjamin married Hannah Augusta WHITE [1849 - 1945]

Benjamin and Hannah A had at least one child

Alfred William [1889 - 1977 ]

In the 5th April 1891 census Benjamin and Hannah are living at 14 Flood Street with the children. Benjamin's occupation in bricklayer.

By the 16th June 1901 census Benjamin and Hannah with their sons Ernest C. and Alfred W. are at 26 Parthenia Road, Fulham. London. Benjamin is still laying bricks.

On his daughter's  Beatrice Maud marriage on 16th June 1909, Benjamin's occupation is given as ' refiner in Mint'.

In the census  of 2nd April 1911 Benjamin, Hannah and their son  Alfred William, are still at 26 Parthenia Road, Fulham.  Benjamin, now 60 years old,  is described as 'bricklayer supported partly by pension'.

Benjamin Alfred died on 15th March 1921 at 37 Parthenia Road, Fulham. Aged 70.    Probate was granted in London on 14th April 1921 to his widow Hannah Augusta Eatly [White] in the sum of  £1039 9s 4d    [£22,047.09 in 2010]*

Hannah Augusta died, in 1945 in Hackney. London. Aged 93.  

Birth Reference : GRO 1850 Sep Chelsea Volume 3 Page 61 Baptism Reference: The Registers of St Luke Chelsea.
Marriage Reference  1 : GRO 1871 Jun  Chelsea  Volume 1a Page 399
Marriage Reference  2 : GRO 1886 Mar  St Saviour Southwark  Volume 1d Page 216
Death Reference:   GRO  1921 Mar Fulham Volume 1a Page 442
*Probate Reference: 
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941

Update: 18Aug16


In Memory Of
BENJAMIN FRANCIS EATLY
[1873 - 1954]
Image of Benjamin Francis aged about 20jmage of Benjamin Francis in later years

Photos of Benjamin Francis Eatly courtesy of   
Glenn Thomas.

Benjamin Francis EATLY  was born on 7th February 1873 in Chelsea, London, the son of Benjamin Alfred EATLY and Mary Ann PEPPIATT.

He appears in the 3rd April 1881 census as an eight year old scholar living with his parents at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea.

On 5th April 1891 the census shows Benjamin Francis, aged 19, lodging in the coachman's cottage at Epping House, Little Berkhamstead,  Hertfordshire  and employed as a groom.

Benjamin Francis EATLY bachelor aged 24, a farrier of 23 Stokenchurch Street  Chelsea  the son of Benjamin Alfred EATLY, a bricklayer,  married Isabel Louisa BROWNING [1872 - 1957]  spinster aged 25 of 486 Kings Road Chelsea, the daughter of Benjamin Henry BROWNING,  a plumber,  on  19th November 1898 in the parish church of St John, Worlds End Chelsea.

Benjamin Francis and Isabel Louisa had at least five children.

Louisa Elizabeth [1899- 1899]
Isabel Annie [1900 - 1963 ]
Ivy Constance [1902 - 1992]
Nellie Edith [1905 - 1998]
Emma Daisy B [1914 -     ]



The
31st March 1901 census shows Benjamin, Isabel & baby Isabel  are living at 486, Kings Road, Chelsea. London. Benjamin F. is employed as a farrier.

The census of  2nd April 1911 shows Benjamin Francis and Isabel Louisa and their three children, Isabel Annie, Ivy Constance and Nellie Edith  living at 163 Bedford Hill, Balham, London. Benjamin is employed as a gold refiner.

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939* shows Benjamin Francis, a Heavy Worker Foreman Chemical Factory and Isabel Louisa unpaid domestic duities living at 30 Crowlands Avenue, Romford, Essex, England

       Benjamin Francis died in the second quarter of 1954,  in Ealing, London, aged 80.

Isabel Louisa EATLY, widow,  of  The Vicarage, Shaldon, Teignmouth, Devon  died 18th March 1957 at 36 Vernon Avenue, Raynes Park Surrey, aged 85.   Probate to Frank WENBORNE, her son-in-law & husband of Isabel Annie  £770-15-0d.** [£16,210.00 in 2013]

Birth Reference : GRO 1873 Mar  Chelsea Volume 1a Page 271
Marriage Reference  : GRO 1898 Dec Chelsea  Volume 1a Page 774
Death Reference:   GRO  1921 Mar Fulham Volume 1a Page 442
*Ref: RG101/1534F/003/17 Letter Code: DCHM
 * *England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966 

Update: 18Aug16


In Memory Of
BETHIA EATLEY
[1812 - 1897]

Born about 1812 in Broad Hinton, Wiltshire, the daughter of Thomas EATLEY

Bethia married John GRUBB [1805 - 1900] the son of Henry GRUBB, on 5th November 1838, in Stratton St. Margaret, Swindon, Wiltshire.

Bethia and John had at least  seven children

Henry [1835 -   ]
Charles [1839 -    ]
Catherine [1842 -    ]
Sarah [1844 -   ]
Elizabeth  [1848 -    ]
Ann [1853 -    ]
Fanny  [1855 -   ]

The census 1851 - 1871  show   Bethia  &  John   lived in a cottage at Stanton Fitzwarren, Wiltshire.

Bethia died in Stanton Fitzwarren 31 January 1897 aged 87.

John died in Stanton Fitzwarren 14 February 1900 aged 95.  

Marriage Reference: GRO 1838 Dec Highworth Volume 8 Page 563 

Update: 17 Sept 2010



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In Memory Of
CAROLINE EATLY
[1853 - 1931]


Photo of Caroline Eatly   ~  Courtesy of Geoffrey M. H. Carter Esq.

Caroline EATLY was born on 18th October  1853. at  25 Gee Street, St Lukes Islington, London the daughter of Epaphroditus EATLY  [1829 - 1902] and Caroline MILLER

Caroline was baptized  20 November 1853 at St. Lukes, Old Street, Finsbury. London . .

In the census of 7th April 1861 Caroline is a seven year old schoolgirl living with her parents at 29 Gee Street, St Lukes, Finsbury, London..

In 1871 the census on 2nd April shows Caroline a 18 year old book folder  and  the family still at 29 Gee Street.

Caroline appears in the 3rd April 1881 census as a 27 year old book folder living with her parents and six siblings at 33 Gee Street..

The  5th April 1891 Census shows her as a 37 year old book folder living at 16 Hale Street, Islington, London with her parents and her siblings Epaphroditus and Elizabeth   and her fathers sister Elizabeth.

In the 31st March1901 census Caroline is a 48 year old book sewer and binder living with her widowed father and brother, Epaphroditus still  at 16 Hale Street, Islington, London

Caroline died on 3rd November 1931  at 30 Gardenia Road, Bush Hill Park, Middlesex. aged 78.

Birth Reference : GRO 1853 Dec St Luke Volume 1b Page 487 Baptism Reference: The Registers of St Luke  Old Street and IGI Batch  C020694
Death Reference:   GRO  1931 Dec Edmonton Volume 3a Page 679
Cause of Death: 
Cardio-vascular sclerosis   and Auricular fibrillation.

Update: 10Aug16


In Memory Of
 
CATHERINE EATLEY
[circa 1737 -   ]

       Catherine EATLEY married Abraham CLEWE at St Phillips, Birmingham on 22 February 1757.

Marriage Reference: IGI Batch  M041791 

Update: 17 Sept 2010


In Memory Of
CATHERINE EATLY
[circa 1770 ]

Catherine EATLY  was employed as a servant in the  Red Lion in Piccadilly, London.  She made a statement to the Magistrate at Poland Street on  3rd July 1789  concerning the theft of  property from  her place of work. 

Reference:   Old Bailey Sessions Justices Working Documents ~  http://www.londonlives.org/


In Memory Of
CHARLES EATLEY
[circa 1757]

Charles EATLEY was a resident of Edgmond. Shropshire.

Charles married Mary.

Charles and Mary had at least one child

Elizabeth [1777 -    ]

Reference: IGI Batch No P006501


In Memory Of
CHARLES EATLEY
[circa 1771 - 1844]

Charles EATLEY was born about 1771. the son of James EATLEY  and Betty.

Christened 31 March 1771 at Hasfield, Gloucestershire

Charles married  Elizabeth.Charles and Elizabeth were residents of Hasfield and Ashleworth, Gloucestershire, England.

Charles & Elizabeth had at least four children.

John [1791 -    ]
Benjamin [1795 - 1859]
Sarah [1796 -    ]
Anne [1808 -    ]

all christened at Ashleworth Gloucestershire between 1793 and 1808. 

Charles EATLEY living at 16 New Manor Street, Chelsea. London registered his dwellingin  as a place of non-Conformist Worship in 1819*. 

Charles EATLY a widower of the parish of St Mary, Battersea, Surrey  married Ann CURTIS [1789 - 1841] a spinster of the same parish on 24 November 1834 at the parish church after banns., in the presence of  George and Ann Harlstone. 

Ann died in  January 1841 and was buried  on 13th Jamuary 1841 at St Lukes Parish  Church, Chelsea.**

In the census of 7 June 1841 Charles a 70 year old bricklayer is living with his son  Benjamin [1705 - 1859]  at The Globe Public House, Milmans Road Chelsea, where Benjamin is the licensee.

Charles died in the first quarter of 1844 at Milmans Road,  and was buried on 27th January 1844 at St Lukes Church, Chelsea.

Reference: IGI Batch C029032 & The Parish records of St Peter, Hasfield, Gloucestershire   & Ashleworth Gloucestershire  transcribed by William Good Death Reference:   GRO  1844 Mar Chelsea Volume 3 Page 52
Marriage Reference: 
IGI Batch No. IO22162 & Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1921. London Metropolitan Archives
*Reference:   Victoria County History of Middlesex. Vol. XII 
** Parish Register of St Lukes.
Burial Reference: London Metropolitan Archives Saint Luke Chelsea Grave Register P74/LUK, item 285.

Update: 17 Sept 2010


In Memory Of
CHARLES EATLEY:
 [circa 1816]
Charles EATLEY was born about 1816 in Shropshire, England.

In the Census of   6 June 1841, Charles is a 25 year old  male servant  residing at The Fox and Duck public house in Charlton, Wrockwardine, Shropshire, England.

Reference: 1841 Census  Class: HO107; Piece: 907; Book: 16; Civil Parish: Wrockwardine; County: Shropshire; Enumeration District: 15a; Folio: 4; Page: 5; Line: 14; GSU roll: 474582





In Memory Of
CHARLES EATLY
[1840 - 1879]

Charles EATLY was born 28 January 1840 at Great Malvern, Worcestershire, the son of Matthew EATLY [1804 -     ] and Mary BARRETT [1809 - 1864]

The census of 7th June 1841 shows Charles a  1 year old child living with his parents and three elder siblings in a cottage in Great Malvern Worcestershire.

The  census on 30th March 1851 shows the family at the same address.

On  7th April 1861 the census return shows Charles is a 20 year old bricklayer,  the family home must have been getting crowded as Charles is lodging in the next door cottage.

Some time between 1861 and 1867,  when their first child was born in Hammersmith, London, Charles entered into a relationship with Sophia FLETCHER  [1841 - 1921]

Charles and Sophia had at least five children

Charles [1867 - 1925]
Herbert  [1869 - 1869]
John [1870 - 1897]
Rosetta [1872 - 1918]
Lavinia [1874 - 1910]  

The 1871 Census shows Charles a 30 year old bricklayer and Sophia aged 35, living at 6 Devons Road, Bromley St Leonard, Poplar, Tower Hamlets, London, England

At a date between 1872  when Rosetta was born in  Mile end Old Town, London,  and 1874 when Lavinia  was born in Ossett ,Yorkshire , the family moved to Ossett cum Gawthorpe, Dewsbury, Yorkshire.

Charles  died aged 39 in Dewsbury in  the second quarter of 1879.

In the 1881 census of 3rd April   Sophia appears as a 40 year old widow employed as a rag sorter, living with her children at Crown Street, Ossett cum Gawthorpe, Yorkshire. Her son eldest son Charles aged 13 is employed as a coal miner

The  5th April 1891 census the family had moved to Storrs Hill Road Ossett.

In the 1901 census 62 year old Sophia, who is still employed as a woollen rag sorter, is living with her daughter Lavinia, Lavinia's husband Albert NORTH and their daughter Nellie aged 4 months in  Storrs Hill Road, Ossett. Yorkshire.

In the census of 2nd April 1911, Sophia at 71 year old unemployed widow is living with her married daughter  Rosetta [WICKS]  and Rosetta's  2 children at  128 Dewsbury Road, Ossett, Yorkshire. 

Sophia died at the age of 83 in Dewsbury in 1921.

Birth Reference:   GRO  1840 Mar Upton upon Severn Volume 18 Page 525
Marriage Reference:  ?
Death Reference: GRO  1879 Jun Dewsbury Volume 9b Page 444

Update: 8Aug16


In Memory Of 
CHARLES EATLY  [circa 1862 - ]
 
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Charles EATLEY was a resident of Tottenville, Richmond Country [Staten Island], New York, USA..

Charles married  Lyda SICKLES.

Charles and Lyda had at least one child;

Charles Sickles EATLEY
[1892 - 1926]


In Memory Of
CHARLES EATLY
 [1867 - 1925]

Charles EATLY  was born on 17th August  1867 in Hammersmith, London. the son of Charles EATLY [1840 - 1879] and Sophia FLETCHER . [1841 - 1921]

In the 1871 Census of  2nd April Charles is recorded as a 3 year old living with his parents and brother John at 6 Devons Road, Bromley St. Leonards, Poplar, Tower Hamlets, London.

Between 1872 and 1874 the family moved to Ossett cum Gawthorpe, Dewsbury. Yorkshire

Charles  was baptised, with his brother John,  at  Christ Church, South Ossett, Yorkshire on 20th March 1885.

Charles appears in the 1881 census of 3rd April as a 13 year old coal miner living with his widowed mother his brother John and his sisters Rossetta and Lavinia at Crown Street, Osset cum Gawthorpe, Yorkshire.

In the census of 5th April 1891 aged 23 a coal miner is with the family at  Storrs Hill Road, Ossett.

Charles EATLY married Adeline SAXTON the daughter of William SAXTON an Innkeeper  and Harriet WALKER on 28th April 1894 at South Osset, Yorkshirte.

Charles and Adeline had two children:-

Clarence [1898 - 1901]

Nora  [1894 - 1956]

In the 1901 census Charles, Adeline, Nora and Adeline's mother Harriett SAXTON (b: c 1844) are living at Lancaster Place, Tanself, Pontefract. Yorkshire. Charles is still employed as a coalminer.

In the census of 2nd April 1911 Charles, Adeline & Nora are residing at 22 Audrey Street, Ossett, Yorkshire.   Charles is employed as a coal hewer at Old Roundwood Colliery.   Nora is a miliner.

Charles EATLY, a corporation labourer, died  on 24 February 1924 at 59 West End Road, Morecombe, Lancashire the home his married daughter Norah HASTINGS at the age of 54.

EATLY Charles of 59 West End Road Morecombe Lancashire  died   24 February 1924 Administration Lancaster 4 April  to Nora HASTINGS (wife of Bertie HASTINGS). Effects £124.12s  {£3,734.26 in 2010 } Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England.

Adeline died three days later on 27th February 1924, age 47 at 59 West End Road, Morecombe of kidney failure.

Birth Reference:   GRO  1867 Sep Kensington Volume 1a page 187
Marriage Reference:  GRO 1894 Jun Dewsbury  Volume 9b Page 917
Death Reference: GRO  1924 Mar Lancaster Volume 8e Page 1148
Cause of Death:
Diabetes Mellitus and Coma

Update: 18 June 2016


In Memory Of
CHARLES ERNEST
[1867 - 1956]

Charles Ernest EATLY was born on 22 September  1867 at 14 Flood Street  Chelsea, London, the son of Benjamin EATLY [1830 - 1908] 
and Sophia BALL [1828 - 1894].   He was baptized on 13th October 1867 in the parish church of St Luke, Chelsea.

In the 1871 census of 2nd April   Charles is a 3 year old living with his parents at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea.

He appears in the 3rd April 1881 census as a 13 year old scholar living with his parents, sisters Alice C (1859) and Louise M (1871) and brother Albert E (c1865) at 5 Milmans Street, Chelsea. London.

Charles Ernest married Ann HATCHETT [1868 - 1938] on 26 December 1889 at  the parish church of St Luke, Chelsea.

In the census of  5th April 1891  Charles Ernest,  a 23 year old engineer,   and Ann are in lodgings at  123 Pinner Road, Oxhey, Watford, Hertfordshire.

Charles Ernest and Ann had at least two children

William Charles [1892 - 1939]
Lilian Annie Hatchett [1899 - 1990]

Charles Ernest appears in the 1901 census as a 33 year old electrical and mechanical engineer, living with his wife and the two children, at Wellingborough Road, Wellingborough. Northamptonshire.

In the census of 2nd April 1911, Charles Ernest is a  43 year old engineer  living with  Ann and  the two children at 8 Manton Rd, Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire. 

       Ann died in the last quarter of 1938 in Wellingborough aged 70. 

In the wartime National Register of 26th September 1939 Charles Ernest an electrical and general engineer is living at 8 Manton Road Irthlingborough Urban .District, Northamptonshire, England,  also at the address is his married daughter  Lilian Annie H BENNETT a shop machinist, and her daughter Mavis A BENNETT born 28 November 1925.

       Charles Ernest died aged 88 in Wellingborough in the first quarter of 1956.

Birth Reference:   GRO  1867 Dec Chelsea  Volume 1a page 207
Baptism Reference:
London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Chelsea, Register of baptisms, P74/LUK, Item 180
Marriage Reference:  GRO 1889 Dec Chelsea  Volume 1a Page 689    &   London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Chelsea, Register of marriages, P74/LUK, Item 237
Death Reference: GRO  1956 Mar
Wellingborough Volume 3b Page 865

Update: 20 June 2014


In Memory Of
CHARLES HENRY  EATLY
[1832 - 1909]

Charles Henry EATLY was born on 25th June 1832 at Millman Row, Chelsea, London and baptized 8th July 1832 at the parish church of St Luke, Chelsea, London, the son of Benjamin EATLY [1795 - 1859]  a builder, and Eliza Hollier [1804 - 1878]  

The census of 7th June 1841  shows Charles Henry as an eight year old pupil at Wick House Academy. 5 Waterloo Road Hammersmith, as is his 6 year old brother  William [1835 - 1843].

The 30th March 1851  census list Charles Henry, an 18 year old bricklayer  living at  8 Camera Street, Chelsea  with his parents and siblings.

Charles Henry EATLY married Sarah Agnes McFARLANE (Born 1835 in India or Ireland or Plymouth, depending on which census return you consider)  daughter of George McFARLANE a Chelsea Pensioner on 12 August 1858 at the Southampton Register Office, Hampshire, England. Charles's brother John Hollier EATLY [1827 - 1877]  was a witness to the marriage.

Charles Henry and Sarah had at least four children

Eliza Sarah [1864 - 1883]
Charles Henry [1868 - 1911]
George Edward [1870 - 1928]
Emma Jane [1873 - 1892]

In the UK Census of 7th April 1861 Charles Henry  is a 28 year old bricklayer living with Sarah Agnes at 4 Queens Place, Queen Street, Chelsea. They are sharing the house with Charles' brother Benjamin [1830 - 1908] and his family.

On 2nd April 1871  Charles H and Sarah A with Eliza, Charles and George are at  2 Hop Street, Battersea, London.   Charles H is a  general dealer and apparently doing tolerable well as they have a servant.

In the 1881 census of 3rd April  Charles is a 48 year old bricklayer living at 2 Hollier Terrace, Merton Road, Wandsworth. London with his wife and their four children.

In 5th April 1891 the census shows Charles Henry, Sarah with son George Edward and daughter Emma, is living at 'The Hop Pole' Public House 64 Putney Bridge Road, Wandsworth, London where Charles H is the publican. (Their daughter Eliza Sarah had died aged 19 in 1883.)

In the 1901 census Charles Henry aged 68 and  employed as a bricklayer, and Sarah are living at 48, Fawes Park Road, Wandsworth, near their son George E. who is at 148 Fawes Park Road. ( Their other daughter Emma Jane had died aged 18 in 1892. )

Sarah died in 1902 in Wandsworth.

On 11 June 1904 Charles Henry disembarked at Ellis Island New York USA from the SS Campania. His son Charles Henry was at that time residing at 638 East 55 Street New York.

Charles Henry Senior apparently returned to the UK where he died in Wandsworth in the last quarter of 1909 aged 77 and was buried at Putney Vale Cemetry Eatly    11th November 1909.  

Birth Reference:   London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Chelsea, Register of baptisms, P74/LUK, Item 180
Baptism Reference:
London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Chelsea, Register of baptisms, P74/LUK, Item 180 &  IGI Batch No C067054
Marriage Reference:  GRO 1858 Sep Southampton Chelsea  Volume 2c Page 71   
Death Reference: GRO 
1909 Dec Wandsworth Volume 1d Page 284

Update:8 August 2016


In Memory Of
CHARLES HENRY EATLY
[1868 - 1911]

Charles Henry EATLY  was born on 15th May  1868 in Walthamstow, Essex the son of Charles Henry EATLY [1832 - 1909] and Sarah Agnes McFARLANE [1835 - 1902].

He was baptised  on 11the September 1870,  together with his brother George,  at St Pancras Old Church, St Pancras, London.  At that time the family address is shown as 15 Wilton Street, Battersea, London.  Father  Charles Henry is  working as a bricklayer.

On 2nd April 1871  Charles Henry is living with his parents  and  his siblings  Eliza and George  at  2 Hop Street, Battersea, London. 

Charles Henry appears in the 1881 census of 3rd April as a 13 year old scholar living with his parents at 2 Hollier Terrace Wandsworth, London.

On 10 June 1893 Charles Henry arrived at Ellis Island, New York. USA. from Southampton.

Charles H married Anne [ born 1873 Pensylvania - ????] in 1896.

The Ellis Island records show that in 1904 he was visited by his father, and was at that time living at 638 East 55th Street, New York.

In the 1905 New York State Census, Charles Henry a bricklayer and Anne a housewife are residing at 638 East 55th Street, New York*.

Charles H and Anne appear in the US Federal Census of 23 April 1910 living at Meluchin Road, Woodbridge Township, Middlesex County New Jersey USA.    Charle H is a bricklayer. The couple own their own house free of mortgage**. 

Charles Henry EATLY died aged 45 on 24 December 1911 at Manhattan, New York.

On 30th January 1912 a payment of $200 from Local #34 New York Union Funds is made to the dependents of Charles who had died from carcinoma of the stomach.

Birth Reference:  None found, details taken from census returns
Death Reference: Certificate No 37732 Manhattan County New York

New York State Archives; Albany, New York; State Population Census Schedules, 1905; Election District: A.D. 35 E.D. 05; City: Bronx; County: New York; Page: 12
*US Federal Census of  1910 ED 51 page 47 

Updated 8 August 2016


In Memory Of
CHARLES HENRY EATLY
[1894 - 1965]

Charles Henry EATLY   was born on 11 March 1894 in Wandsworth, London the son of George Edward EATLY  [1870 - 1928]  a  bricklayer of 17 Putney Bridge Road,  Wandsworth,  London  and Elizabeth Louisa COE [1871 - 1955]

Charles Henry was baptized on 13th May 1894 at the parish church of St Stephen, Wandsworth.

In the 1901 census of  31st March  Charles Henry, aged 5 (and his 4 year old brother George Valentine) is in the Fountain Hospital, Tooting, London. The rest of the family are at 148 Fawes Park Road, Wandsworth, London.

In the census of 2nd April 1911, Charles Henry, a 17 year old builders' draughtsman,  is living at 17 Lainson St, Wandsworth, London with his parents and brothers George Valentine, Albert and Edward.

Charles Henry  married Ellen Louise Elizabeth LEOPARD  [1890 - 1988]  in Richmond, Surrey in the second quarter of 1920.

Marriage Certificate copy

Charles and Ellen had at least one child

Daughter [1921 -    ]

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939 Charles Henry an architect and Ellen Louise a housewife are residing at 99 Meadway Twickenham, Middlesex, England. *

On 5 May 1941  Sergeant C H EATLEY RAF  in command of  Lockhead Hudson aircraft  'O' Oboe of 269 Squadron based at Reykjavik Iceland attacked U-Boat U141 in the North Atlantic about 50 miles (80 km) astern of convoy OB 318. Damage from three depth charges forced the U-boat to break off the patrol. A Whitley aircraft, HMS Electra (H 27) and HMS Escapade (H 17) were directed to the scene, but did not locate the U-boat. (Sources: Kenneth Wynn)*

Charles Henry died in Swansea, Wales on 1st October 1965 aged 71.

EATLY Charles Henry  of 12 Heol Rosyn, Clasement Park Estate, Morriston, Swansea.  Died 1st October 1965.  Probate ~ Carmarthen  5th November to  Ellen Louise Elizabeth EATLY widow. £4162 [£70,310.00 in 2013]*

Ellen Louise Elizabeth died in Swansea, Wales in 1988 aged 98

Birth Reference : GRO 1894 Mar  Wandsworth  Volume 1d Page 686
Marriage Reference  GRO 1920 Jun Richmond South   Volume 2a Page 1286
Death Reference:   GRO  1965 Dec Swansea Volume 8b Page 760
*Ref: RG101/0935J/008/16 Letter Code: BUEH

* England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966 
*See also for full report of this action. The Secret Capture: U-110 and the Enigma Story By Stephen Roskill

Update: 17 July 2017


In Memory Of
CHARLES McKEE 'Chuck' EATLEY
[1918-1989]
 
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Phoyo C M Eatly
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 [Photo circa  1950 courtesy of        ]    [Visiting 'The Boys' © Tom Dewey]

Charles McKee EATLEY was born on  18 January 1918 at Staten Island, New York. The son of  Charles Sickles EATLEY a painter born New York 1893 and Grace McKEE, born New Jersey, 1897, the daughter of Charles and Meryl MCKEE.

At the age of 2 years 11 months Charles is recorded in the US National Census 1920 with his parents living at 42 Broadway, Jersey City, New Jersey.

United States Federal Census of 1930, shows 12 year old Charles living with his now widowed mother at her parent's address in Jersey City.

Grace later married Joseph VENTO. Grace and Joseph are buried at Staten Island.

Charles M. who had no siblings became a career soldier.

Charles married Margaret (Peggy) Leona CONRAD, born 15 July 1918 in Marblehead,  Massachusetts  the daughter of Capt. Hiram Odelius CONRAD [2 June 1875 - 21 May 1959] of Nova Scotia and Massachusetts, and Leona Rose Amirault [6 June 1881 - 13 March 1970]

Charles McKee EATLEY, of  1769 Townsend Avenue, New York, NY enlisted in The New York National Guard Service,  71st Infantry on 20th May 1936 for 3 years. *

Pvt Charles McKee EATLEY a married man  of the 1st Battalion 16th Infantry is shown in the U.S. census taken on 1 April 1940 at  Fort Jay New York.  His army pay for the previous 12 months had been $275.      In the same census 21 year old Margaret Leona is shown as a house servant at 1477 1/2 Teller Avenue, Bronx, New York, NY  in the household of an Austrian  laundry owner Nathan TURKEL his wife and their three children.  

Chrles M re-enlisted in the US Army on 19th August 1941 at Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn, New York. Three months before Pearl Harbour. 
His initial enlistment, Private 1st Class 06909917, was for three years.

Following WWII, 1st Sergeant Charles McKee EATLEY of 618 East 136th Street New York NY was attached to The New York National Guard Service,  71st Infantry between 9th June to 9th July 1947. *

Charles M  continued in the service of his country for 30 years through World War II, Korea, and as a Sergeant Major in Vietnam.

On 27th November 1955 Margaret Leona and the couple's three sons departed Idlewild Airport New York NY aboard Pan American World Airways flight 923 for Orleans, France.  Listed as the family of  Sergeant First Class (SFC) Charles M EATLEY. **

On 14th February 1959 Margaret Leona and the couple's three sons arrived back at Newark International Airport on The Military Air Transport Service flight from Paris**.  

Charles M Eatley of Mc Lean, Fairfax, Virginia, USA died on 31 August 1989,  and was interred at  Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington County, Virginia, USA  Plot: Section 38 Site 1936 off Lincoln Avenue.  

Photo of grave stone

His three sons and their families continue to live in the United States.

The photograph of Charles McKee Eatley is reproduced here by the gracious permission of Tom Dewey.

Death Reference:  U.S. Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 062-05-0082

* New York State Archives; Albany, New York; Collection: New York, New York National Guard Service Cards, 1917-1954; Series: B2001; Film Number: 43

**The National Archives at Washington, D.C.; Washington, D.C.; Series Title: Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels and Airplanes Departing from New York, New York, 07/01/1948-12/31/1956; NAI Number: 3335533; Record Group Title: Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1787-2004; Record Group Number: 85; Series Number: A4169; NARA Roll Number: 349

Updated 8 August 2016


CHARLES PITMAN McKEE EATLEY II :
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In Memory Of
CHARLES SICKLES EATLEY [1892 - 1926]
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Signature Charles Sickles EATLEY

Charles Sickles EATLEY was born on 29 January 1892 at Tottenville, Staten Island, New York U.S.A. the son of Charles EATLEY and Lydia SICKLES.

Charles married Grace E. McKEE born Jersey City, New Jersey 13th February 1896, the daughter of Charles McKEE and Cheryl SHAVER, in Richmond (Staten Island) Borough 2Oth July 1916.  [Certificate No. 335]

[On his World War 1 registration card Charle's occupation is given as Grinder, for SS White Dental Manufacturers.]

Charles' and Grace's only child, Charles McKee EATLEY was born on Staten Island 19 January 1918.

Charles S, Grace and 3yr old Charles jnr are recorded in the US National Census 1920 living at 42 Broadway, Jersey City, New Jersey. Charles's occupation at that time is shown as 'painter'.

Charles EATLEY is shown in the New York 1924 voters list as living at 687 Yetman Avenue, Richmond (Staten Island), New York, New York, USA 

Charles Sickles EATLEY died, aged 34, in Richmond on 24th August 1926 [Certificate 1576].

The United States Federal Census of 1930, shows the now widowed Grace and 12yr old Charles McKee at her parent's address in Jersey City.

The 1933 City Directory for Staten Island shows Grace, a machine operator, residing at 687 Yetman Avenue, Tottenville, Staten Island. 

The U.S. census taken on 1 April 1940 shows Grace  a 44 year old widowed machine operator in a wholesale corset shop.  She is residing  at 873 Brook Avenue, Bronx, New York and pays $22 per month rent.  She had been paid wages of  $276 dollars for working in the 12 months ending 31st December 1939 but had been in receipt of additional income other than from employment of over $50 that year.   

Grace later married Joseph VENTO [ 20 August 1895 -  30th December 1942 ] the son of  Calogero Vento and Accursia Mandracci.

Grace died aged 74 at Staten Island in August 1969.

Grace and Joseph are buried at Staten Island.

Birth Reference : WW1 Army Registration card Marriage Reference :  New York City Health department  Certificate No. 335
Death Reference:   New York, New York City Municipal Deaths
In Memory Of
CHARLES WILLIAM EATLEY
[ Circa 1810 ]
Charles William EATLEY  the son of  Charles EATLEY and Ann was born in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England about 1810.
Charles William was baptised at St. Philip's, Birmingham, Warwick, England on 3rd December 1810.


Baptism Record:  IGI  Batch  No: 03549-01

In Memory Of
CHARLOTTE  EATLY
[1886 - 1980   ]

Charlotte EATLY was born in Islington, London in the third quarter of 1886. the daughter of Richard EATLY  [1858 - 1930] and Charlotte SANDERS [ 1862 -]

 The census of 5th April 1891 shows Charlotte aged 4 living with her parents and younger brother Richard [1887 -    ] at 21 Forston Street, Shoreditch, London.

In the 1901 census of 31st March  Charlotte is a 14 year old leather stitcher, machinist, living with her parents and brother Richard at 21 Forston Street.

Charlotte married William Collett CHAMBERLAIN [1865 -    ]  on 2nd October of 1909 at the parish church of St Andrew, Hoxton.   William was a widower  21 years her senior who had three sub teen children.

Charlotte and William do not appear to have had children together.

In the 1911 census on 2 April   Charlotte,  William and his three children are living at Shipton on Stour, Warwickshire.

Charlotte EATLY died in the last quarter of 1980 in Brent, Greater London aged 94.

Birth Reference : GRO 1886 Sep Islington Volume 1b Page 353
Marriage Reference  GRO 1909 Dec Shoreditch   Volume 1c Page 139  Guild of One Name Studies marriage index.
Death Reference:   GRO Dec 1980 Brent Volume 11 Page 0732

Update: 8 August 2016


In Memory Of
 
CHRISTINA EATLEY
[circa 1852]
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Christina EATLEY was a resident of Victoria, Australia.

Christina married Alexander Chalmers MacKINLAY in Victoria in 1872.

Reference: Victoria Marriages Registration No. 948.

Update: 8 August 2016
In Memory Of
CLARENCE EATLEY
[1898 - 1901] 

Clarence EATLEY was born on 27th November 1898 at Church Street, Ossett, West Riding of Yorkshire, the son of  Charles EATLY  [1867 - 1925] and Adeline SAXTON [1876 - 1924]. 

Clarence was baptised at Holy and Undivided Trinity Parish Church, Ossett, West Riding of Yorkshire on 15th January 1899.

Clarence sadly died at the age if 2 years  in the March quarter of 1901  in Ossett.

Birth Reference : GRO 1898 Dec Dewsbury Volume 9b Page 673
Death Reference:   GRO 1901 Mar Pontefract Volume 9c Page 73

Update: 8 August 2016


In Memory Of 
CLIFFORD JOHN EATLY 
[1938 - 2003]

Clifford J EATLY was born on 28th August 1938 in Llanelly, Wales the son of William Horseman EATLY [1903 - 1980] and Margaret JONES [1898 - 1980]. 

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939  baby Clifford J is living  at 7 Stone Terrace, Llanelly Rural District, Carmarthenshire, Wales  with William Horseman, Margaret,  his brother Frederick William and his sister born 1934 a scholar. 

Clifford J married Mair GRIFFITHS [3 Jul 1929 - Oct 1999] in the September quarter of 1967 in Lanelly. 

Clifford J and Mair appear to have been childless. 

Mair died in October 1999.

Clifford John died aged 64 in the April quarter of 2003.

Birth Reference: Sep 1938 Registration district: Llanelly Volume Number: 11a Page Number: 1375
Marriage Reference: Sep 1967 Registration district: Llanelly Volume Number: 8a Page Number: 774
Death Reference: Registration district:Carmarthen Register Number: B40F District 818/1B Entry Number: 125

Update: 8 August 2016


In Memory Of
CYRIL BERNARD CHARLES EATLY
[1903 - 1958]

Cyril Bernard Charles EATLY was born   in the last quarter of 1903 in Wandsworth, London, the son of Henry Charles EATLY [1877 - 1948]  and Jessie Elizabeth AINSWORTH [1879 - 194

In the census of 2nd April 1911 Cyril B. C. is a 9 year old scholar living with his parents and siblings, Irene Victoria and Ronald  Douglas Henry, at 44 St Jame's Road, Watford, Hertforshire.

On 11th June 1932 Cyril arrived in Liverpool  from  Lagos, Nigeria  on board  SS Aba  [British and Africa Steam Navigation Company Ltd]*
On 5th August 1932 Cyril arrived in Liverpool  from  Calabar, Nigeria  on board  SS Apapa [British and Africa Steam Navigation Company Ltd]*
On 12th August 1935 Cyril arrived in Liverpool  from  Calabar, Nigeria  on board  SS Adda [British and Africa Steam Navigation Company Ltd]*
On 23rd August 1937 Cyril arrived in Liverpool  from  Port Harcourt, Nigeria  on board  SS Accra  [British and Africa Steam Navigation Company Ltd]*

Cyril married Jane RIACH in the first quarter of 1938 in Surrey.

Cyril and Jane appear to have been childless.

Cyril B C was Commissioned into the Royal Army Service Corps on the outbreak of WWII  and his promotion to 2nd Lieutenant,  appears in the Supplement to the London Gazette of 9 June 1942.

As Captain C.B.C. EATLY he is mentioned in despatches in London Gazette of 9 August 1945.(Army Number 234232)

The  London phone books for 1958/9 show Cyril residing at  51 Geary Road, London NW10. 

Cyril Bernard Charles died in the first quarter of  1958 at Willesden, London. Aged 54.

Birth Reference : GRO 1903 Mar Wandsworth Volume 1d Page 828
Marriage Reference  GRO 1938 Mar Surrey South East   Volume 2a Page 143
Death Reference:   GRO 1958 Willesden Volume 5f Page 293

*Board of Trade: Commercial and Statistical Department and successors: Inwards Passenger Lists. Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA). Series BT26,

Update: 8 August 2016



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In Memory Of
DANIEL EATLEY
[circa 1745]

Daniel  EATLEY was a resident of South Shields, Northumberland.

Daniel married Mary.

Daniel and Mary had at least one child

Ann [born circa 1765]

Reference:   IGI  Batch No  P000671.

Update: 8 Aug 16


In Memory Of
DAVID EATLEY
[circa 1779]  
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David EATLY is recorded as a resident of  Hummelstown, Derry Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in 1779.

Kelker, Luther Reily,. History of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, with genealogical memoirs. New York Chicago: Lewis Pub. Co., 1907.
Egles Notes & Queries Notes and queries : historical, biographical and genealogical, chiefly relating to interior Pennsylvania, [1st-2d ser., v. 1-2]
Septennial Census Returns, 1779–1863. Box 1026, microfilm, 14 rolls. Records of the House of Representatives. Records of the General Assembly, Record Group 7. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg, PA.
 
Update: 8 Aug 16


DEBRA CHRISTINE EATLEY:
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In Memory Of
DEEMER EATLEY:  
[1889 -     ]

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Born 1899 in Pennsylvania USA.

Recorded in the 1920 U.S. Federal Census as a resident of Alloona Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania, USA. Race recorded as 'white'.

 

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In Memory Of
EDITH ALICE EATLY
[1878 - 1878]

Edith Alice EATLY was born in the second quarter of  1878 in Chelsea, London, the daughter of Benjamin Alfred [1850 - 1921]  and Mary Ann PEPPIATT [1846 - 1884]

Edith sadly died before her first birthday. .

 Birth Reference : GRO Jun 1878 Chelsea Volume 1a Page, 307
Death Reference: 
GRO Dec 1878 Chelsea 1a, 213

Update: 10 Aug 16


In Memory Of
EDITH FLORENCE
[1902 -    ]

Edith Florence EATLY was born in third quarter of 1902 in Fulham, London, the daughter of  Samuel EATLY [1870 - 1953] and Catherine Edith EDWARDS [1871 - 1967].

In the census of 2nd April 1911, Edith Florence aged 8, is living with her parents and her siblings  Epaphroditus Arthur 7, George 5, Elizabeth Catherine 4, and William Samuel 2 at 83 Cranham Road, South Bermondsey, London.

Edith F married Thomas H. JONES  in the second quarter of 1936 in Hackney, London.

Edith and Thomas appear to have been childless.

Birth Reference : GRO Sep 1902 Fulham Volume 1a Page 223
Marriage Reference : GRO Jun 1936 Hackney
Volume 1b Page 936

Update: 20 June 2016


In Memory Of
EDITH LOUISA ELIZABETH EATLY
[1877 - 1956]

Edith Louise Elizabeth EATLY was born in the third quarter of 1877 in Islington, London. the daughter of George EATLY [1851 - 1915] and Sarah Elizabeth NEAL [1851 - 1909]

She appears in the 1881 census of 3rd April as a three year old child living with her parents and her younger brother Alfred George at 39, Kingscroft Street, Islington London.

The census of 5th April 1891 shows Edith L E, a 13 year old book folder, with her parents and siblings  at 7 Hides Terrace, Islington.

Edith Louisa Elizabeth EATLY  aged  22 spinster of  8 Benwell Road, Islington  married Thomas William YARDLEY [1877 - 1956]  bachelor  clerk of 511 Liverpool Road, Islington  on 2 Jun 1900  at the parish church of  Mary Magdalene, Islington.

The census of 31st March 1901 shows the couple living at 14 Courtney Road, Highbury, Islington, Thomas is employed as a commercial clerk.

Edith Louisa and Thomas William had at least one child

Dorothy Edith [1905 - 28 December 1980]

The 1911 census of 2nd April  shows  Edith L  and Dorothy E  living at 31 Rutland Road, Harrow, Middlesex.  Edith's sister  Alice Ethel is  living with them.  Thomas W was probably travelling on business.

The family appear to have moved to South Africa.

26 October 1912 ~ Thomas W,  a commercial traveller aged 36, 2nd class passenger, disembarked from RMS Balmoral Castle [Union Castle Mail Steamship Company] at Southampton   from Durban South Africa*

16 January 1924 ~ Thomas W & Edith L, 1st class passengers, disembarked from RMS Grantully Castle  [Union Castle] at London  from Cape Town to visit 42 Stavordale Road Islington.*   (Address of  Edith L's brother Epahroditus EATLY [1882 - 1950] )

21st April  1924 ~ Thomas W , 2nd class passenger, disembarked from SS Adriatic  [White Star Line] at Liverpool  from New York to visit 42 Stavordale Road Islington.    Place of permanent residence shown as South Africa.*

17th December 1928 ~ Dorothy Edith, trained nurse, disembarked from RMS Windsor Castle  [Union Castle] at Southampton   from Cape Town.*

13th April 1936 ~ Edith L,   housewife,  & Dorothy E,  nurse, tourist  class passengers ,disembarked from RMS Balmoral Castle [Union Castle] at Southampton    from Durban South Africa to visit  30 Millais Road, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, Middlesex*.

29th March 1947  ~ Thomas W, aged 70 retired, Edith L aged 69,  & Dorothy E  aged 42,  a nurse, disembarked from RMS Carnarvon  Castle [Union Castle] at Southampton  from Cape Town,   South Africa to visit  30 Millais Road, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, Middlesex*.

Thomas William YARDLEY died in the first quarter of 1956 in Worthing Sussex aged 79

Edith Louisa Elizabeth EATLY of 60 Greet Road, Lancing, Sussex, widow,  died 10th June 1956 at 16 Church Road, Worthing aged 79. Probate £2759:18:10 [ £8275 at 2016 values] to daughter Dorothy Edith YARDLEY.**   

Dorothy Edith died at the Kylemore Nursing Home, Chaucer Road, Worthing, Sussex on 28th December 1980. Probate £22,680 [ £67997 at 2016 values]**

Birth Reference : GRO Sep 1877 Islington Volume 1b Page 219
Marriage Reference : GRO Jun 1900
Islington Volume 1b Page 434
Death Reference: GRO Jun 1956 Worthing  Volume 5h Page 264
*Board of Trade: Commercial and Statistical Department and successors: Inwards Passenger Lists. Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA). Series BT26

**Principal Probate Registry. Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England. London, England

Update: 14 Aug 16


In Memory Of
EDWARD EATLEY
[1838 - 1838]

Edward EATLEY was born in the second quarter of  1838 at Camera Square Chelsea, London, England the son of Benjamin EATLY [1795 - 1859] and Eliza HOLLIER  [1804 - 1878]

Edward died at four months of 'inflamation' at Camera Square, Chelsea and was buried at St Luke parish church Chelsea on 13 August 1838 at a cost of 17/6d.

Birth Reference : GRO Jun 1838  Islington Volume 3 Page 188
Death Reference :

Burial Reference:   London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Chelsea, Grave Register, P74/LUK, Item 284
Cause of death:  Inflammation

 Update: 8AUG16


In Memory Of
EDWARD EATLEY [c 1850]
Australian flag

Edward EATLEY was a resident of  Vernon Street, Woolahra,  New South Wales, Australia in 1875.

Reference:  Sand's Directory off Sydney & New South Wales 1858 - 1933


In Memory Of
EDWARD WILLIAM
[1907 - 1977]

Edward William EATLY was born 20th April  1907 in Wandsworth, South London the son of George Edward Eatly [1870 - 1928] and Elizabeth Louisa COE [1871 - 1955].

In the census of 2nd April 1911, Edward William, aged 3,  is living at  17 Lainson St, Wandsworth, London, with his parents and three older brothers,  Charles George and Albert.

Edward W married Annie Margerite GREGORY [1904 - 1963] in Kensington, London in the last quarter of 1925.

Edward and Annie had at least three children

Audrey Ena [1926 - 1997]
Trevor A W [1939 - 1998]
Son  [1942 -    ]

London Gazette 25th August 1942. Royal Army Ordnance Corp. The following Cadet to be 2nd Lieutenant
Edward William EATLY (242860)*

The War Office 18th February 1949.  The following officer is awarded the second clasp to the Efficiency Medal
Royal Army Ordnance Corp   Captain (Hon. Maj.) E W  EATLY [242860]**

Annie Margarite died in the first quarter of 1963 in Chatham Kent.

Edward W married Violet Mary PRATT [16 September1915 - 2000]  in Maidstone Kent in the last quarter of 1975.

Edward W died in Maidstone in the third quarter of 1977

Violet Mary  died in Maidstone in the first quarter of  2000.

Birth Reference : GRO Jun 1907  Wandsworth Volume 1d Page 790
Marriage Reference  1: GRO Dec 1925 Kensington Volume 1a Page 479
Marriage Reference  2: GRO Dec 1975 Maidstone Volume 16 Page 0946

Death Reference :  GRO  Sep 1977 Maidstone Volume 16 Page 1078

*LondonGazette Issue 35677 published on the 21 August 1942. Page 6
** London
Gazette Issue 38540 published on the 18 February 1949. Page 8

 Update: 8Aug16


In Memory Of
ELISABETH EATLEY
[circa 1768]

Elisabeth EATLEY lived in Shoreditch, London.

Elisabeth married   Thomas SPEED on 10 November 1788 at the parish church of  St. Lawrence, Shoreditch.

Marriage Reference:  IGI Batch Ref: M040801  

Update: 8Aug16


In Memory Of
ELIZA
[1824 - 1887]

Eliza EATLY was born 24 October 1824 at Beaufort Row, Chelsea and baptized  21 November 1824 at  the parish church of St Luke, Chelsea. London, the daughter of  Benjamin EATLY [1795 - 1859] , a builder,  and Eliza HOLLIER [1804 - 1878].       

In the census of 7th June 1841 Eliza is  shown living with her family at  The Globe Public House, Milmans Row, Chelsea where her father is the licensee.

The 1851 census of 30th March 1851 has Eliza a 25 year old house servant living with her family at  8 Little Camera Street, Chelsea.

Eliza  EATLY, spinster of full age of 8 Camera Street,  married  John Thomas MASON, bachelor of full age a printer, of  7 Grove Cottages Manor Street Chelsea in the parish church of St Luke Chelsea  on 30 May 1852.

Eliza and John T had at least three children

John O  [1855 -    ]
James H  [1860 -    ]
Edward  [1862 -    ]

In the census of 1861 [7th April]  & 1871 [2nd April] the family are at 8 Fords Buildings, Battersea, London and John T is employed as a stoker..

The census of  3rd April 1881  shows the family at  32 Colestown Street, Battersea  John T is now employed as an  engine fitter.

Eliza died in the third quarter of 1887 in Edmonton, London.*

On  the night of the  1891 census of  5th April  John T is a 68 year old widower staying  with his son Edward and family at 32 Colestown Street.

John T died in the last quarter of 1894 in Edmonton, London.*

Birth and Baptism Reference:   The Registers of St Luke Chelsea   &  IGI Batch  C067053. Marriage Reference: GRO Jun 1852  Chelsea Volume 1a Page 255     &    Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1921. London Metropolitan Archives.
Death Reference :  GRO  Sep 1894 Edmonton Volume 3a Page 155

*As a former printer John T may have subscribed to Printers' Pension, Almshouses, and Orphan Asylum Corporation which had Alms House in Wood Green, Edmonton.

Update: 8Aug16


In Memory Of
ELIZA SARAH
[1864 - 1883]

Eliza Sarah EATLY was born in on 19th December 1864  at Kings Cross, London and baptized on  19 February 1865 at the parish church of St Pancras, London, the daughter of Charles Henry EATLY [1832 - 1909]  and Sarah Agnes McFARLANE [1835 - 1902]  of Pancras Place, St Pancras.

On 2nd April 1871 the census shows    Eliza Sarah a 6 year old schoolgirl  living with the family at 2 Hop Street, Battersea, London.  

In the 1881 census of 3rd April  Eliza Sarah is at 2 Hollier Terrace, Merton Road, Wandsworth. London with her parents and siblings.

Eliza Sarah  died in the last quarter of 1883 in Wandsworth at the age of 19 years. (Her sister Emma Jane was to die at the age of 18 in 1892.)

Birth Reference:   GRO Mar 1865  Pancras  Volume 1b Page 128    &    IGI Batch  C047937.
Baptism Reference:
London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Pancras Parish Church, Register of baptisms, P90/PAN1, Item 036

Death Reference :  GRO  Dec 1883 Wandsworth Volume 1d Page 441

Update: 8Aug16


In Memory Of
ELIZABETH EATLEY
[circa 1650]

Elizabeth EATLEY  was a resident of Garstang, Lancashire, England.

Elizabeth married William  Pickering at Garstang on  28th June 1669.

Marriage Reference:  The Registers of Garstang Lancashire.

Update: 8Aug16


In Memory Of
ELIZABETH EATLY
[circa 1765]

Elizabeth EATLY  daughter of Richard EATLY [1734 - 1806] and Elizabeth HARRIS [1736 - 1799].

Elizabeth married Robert PEMBERTON on 10 November 1785 in Ashleworth, Gloucestershire.

Elizabeth and Robert had at least one child

Elizabeth [1786 -     ]

Marriage Reference: IGI Batch M026664  

Update: 8Aug16


In Memory Of
ELIZABETH EATLEY
[c1774 -    ]

Elizabeth EATLEY was born about 1774 and baptized in the parish church of   Edgmond, Shropshire  the daughter of Francis EATLEY [c1757] and Elizabeth.

Baptism Reference:  The registers of Edgmond Shropshire transcribed by Mel Lockie

Update: 8Aug16
In Memory Of
ELIZABETH EATLEY
[1777 -    ]

Elizabeth EATLEY was born about 1777. Christened 16 October 1777 at Edgmond. Shropshire, the daughter of Charles EATLEY [1757] and Mary.

Baptism Reference: IGI Batch No P006501

Update: 8Aug16
In Memory Of
ELIZABETH EATLEY
[1795 -    ]

Elizabeth EATLEY was born on 14th October 1795 in Woolwich, Kent and baptized on  25 Oct 1795 at the parish church of St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich, the daughter of William EATLEY [c1770 -    ] and Sarah.

Baptism Reference: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Mary Magdalene, Woolwich, Composite register: baptisms, burials, P97/MRY, Item 009

Update: 8Aug16
In Memory Of
ELIZABETH EATLEY
[1817 - 1819]

Elizabeth EATLEY was born about 1817 in Market Drayton, Shropshire.

Elizabeth died age 2, and was buried 17 April 1819 at St Mary, Market Drayton, Shropshire.

Reference:  National Burial Index

Update: 10Aug16


In Memory Of
ELIZABETH EATLEY
[1822 - 1897]

         
Photo of Elizabeth Eatly   ~  Courtesy of Geoffrey M. H. Carter Esq.

Elizabeth EATLEY was born on 20th November 1822 at Green Arbour Court, Finsbury and baptized on 22nd  December 1822 at the parish church of St Luke, Old Street,  London, the daughter of Richard EATLY [1790 - 1837] a bricklayer, and Sarah HOLLAND [1790 - 1862].

In the census of 7th June 1841 15 year old Elizabeth is living with her widowed mother and siblings at Banks Court, St Luke, Middlesex.  (Finsbury, London)

Elizabeth was a witness to her sister Nancy's marriage to Thomas Henry THOMAS in 1842.      She herself remained single.

The 1851 census of 30th March shows  Elizabeth, her mother and younger brother Epaphroditus [1829 - 1902]  at 99 Golden Lane, St Luke.  Elizabeth is a dressmaker.

In the census of  7th April 18612nd April 1871 , Elizabeth,  no occupation, is living with  her brother Epaphroditus and his family at 29 Gee Street, Finsbury London.

In the census of 3rd April 1881  Epaphroditus, his family and Elizabeth,  no occupation, are at  33 Gee Street.

On 5th April 1891  the census shows Elizabeth, a 68 year old charwoman still living  with Epaphroditus and family at 16 Hale Street, Islington, London.

Elizabeth died in 1897 aged 74.

Birth & Baptism Reference: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Old Street, Register of baptisms, P76/LUK, Item 012 & IGI Batch No. P006501 
Death Reference: GRO Sep 1897 Islington Volume 1b Page 229 Update: 27 Sept 2010

Update: 10Aug16


In Memory Of
ELIZABETH EATLY
[1874 -     ]

Elizabeth EATLY  was born on 29 August 1874 at  33 Gee Street, Islington, London  1874 and  baptized 20 September 1874 at the parish church of St Thomas Charterhouse Islington, London. The daughter of Epaphroditus EATLY [1829 - 1902] and Caroline MILLER [1831 - 1897].

She appears in the 1881 census of 3rd April   a 6 year old scholar living with her parents and seven siblings at 33 Gee Street, Finsbury, London.

In the census of 5th April 1891  she is a 16 year old book folder living with her parents and siblings at 16 Hale Street, Islington, London.

Elizabeth EATLY of 16 Hale Street, spinster  married in George MANN [1872 -    ]  bachelor, a locksmith of 18 Hale Street  at the parish church of St Peter Islington on 29 August 1896.

Elizabeth and George had at least two children

George [1898 -    ]
William [1900 -    ]

In the census of 31 March 1901 Elizabeth, George and their sons are living at 23 Englefield Road, Hackney, London.

Birth Reference:   GRO Dec 1874 Holborn Volume 1b Page 751
Baptism Reference: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Thomas, Charterhouse, Register of baptisms, P76/TMS, Item 009  &  IGI Batch   C042072
Marriage Reference: GRO Sep 1896  Islington Volume 1b Page 664     &    Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1921. London Metropolitan Archives.
Death Reference : 

Update10Aug16


In Memory Of
ELIZABETH ANN EATLEY
[1850 -    ]

Elizabeth Ann EATLEY was born on 9th April  1850 at Lamb Court, Clerkenwell  and baptized 05 May 1850 at the parish church of St. Andrew, Holborn. London, the daughter of  John EATLEY  [1825], a chimney sweep,    and Elizabeth .

Baptism Reference: Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives     &    IGI Batch   P020833.

Update: 10Aug16


In Memory Of
ELIZABETH CAROLINE EATLY
[1895 - 1968 ]

Elizabeth Caroline EATLY was born  on 18 July 1895 in Leyton, Essex,  and  christened 4 August in the parish church of All Saints,  Leyton, the daughter of William EATLY [ 1867 - 1952 ] and Florence Emily ARNOLD [ 1872 -1936 ].

Elizabeth Caroline appears in the 31st March 1901 census as a 5 year old child, living with her parents and siblings,  at 8 Beaumont Road, Leyton.

The census of 2nd April 1911 shows  Elizabeth Caroline as a 15 year old shoe machinist living with her parents and siblings at 29 Goldsmiths Row, Hackney Road, Hackney, London.

Elizabeth Caroline  EATLY aged 23 a spinster of 182 Central Street, Finsbury, London married Walter LAY aged 24 a batchelor and Private in the Coldstream Guards in the parish church of St Luke Old Street  on 15th December 1918.

Elizabeth Caroline LAY of 11 Sidworth Street, Mare Street, Hackney, London E8 having been in training at The Royal Northern Hospital, Holloway Road London, N19 between 1925 and 1928 qualified by examination as a nurse on 20th April 1928.*  and is listed in the Royal College of Nursing Register from 1928.

In the Nursing Register of 1937 her address is given as 139 Capworth Street, Leyton, London E10.

Elizabeth Caroline LAY married Samuel C GROOM  in the June Quarter of 1940 in South West Essex District.

The Register of Nurses for 1943 - 1946 lists her as Elizabeth Caroline GROOM of 65 Pembroke Road, Walthamstow, London E17.

Elizabeth appears to have been  childless.

Elizabeth Caroline died in the March quarter of 1968 in Waltham Forest, London.

Birth Reference:   GRO Sep 1895 West Ham  Volume 4a Page 300
Baptism Reference: LDS - Leyton, Essex, England; Collection: All Saints; -; Date Range: 1881 - 1903; Film Number: 1564163. &  IGI Batch   C042072
Marriage Reference: GRO Dec 1918  Holborn Volume 1b Page 1277     &    Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1921. London Metropolitan Archives.
Death Reference :  GRO  MAR 1968  Vol:5E Page 423
*
Register of Nurses. Royal College of Nursing, London, United Kingdom.

Update: 8Aug16


In Memory Of
ELIZABETH CATHERINE EATLY
[1908 - 2002]

Elizabeth Catherine was born on 16th February 1908 in  Bermondsey, London  the daughter of  Samuel EATLY [1870 - 1953]  and Catherine Edith EDWARDS [1871 - 1967].

In the census of 2nd April 1911, Elizabeth Catherine aged 4 is living with her parents and her siblings Edith Florence 8, Epaphroditus Arthur 5, George 4, and William Samuel 2 at 83 Cranham Road, South Bermondsey, London.

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939,  Elizabeth EATLY born 16 Feb 1908 a Fur Machinist,   her father Samuel EATLY a Carpenter, mother  Catherine EATLY a housewife,  and siblings  Epaphroditus EATLY born  25 Jan 1904    Laboratory Assistant Air raid warden, George Edmond EATLY born 27 May 1905 Packer / Hairdresser,   Samuel William EATLY   5 May  1910  Brass Founder (Stock Keeper),  and Alfred F EATLY 17 Jan 1912 Brass Founder (Stockkeeper) are residing at  86 Downham Road Hackney, London, England.*   

Elizabeth Catherine died  in the second quarter of 2002 in Bexley, Kent,  aged 94.

Birth Reference:. GRO  Mar 1908 St. Olaves Volume  1d  Page 265.
Death Reference: GRO   Jun 2002  Bexley Volume A39A Page 2201A

*Ref: RG101/0195G/003/40

Update: 10Aug16


In Memory Of
ELIZABETH SOPHIA EATLY
[ 1874 -         ]

Elizabeth Sophia EATLY was born in the third quarter of  1874 in Hoxton, Shoreditch, London, England. The daughter of Benjamin Alfred [1850 - 1921]  and Mary Ann PEPPIATT [1846 - 1884]

She appears in the 1881 census a a 6 year old scholar living with her parents at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea.

Elizabeth S.  married  John WALKER  in the second quarter of 1908  at Uppingham,  Rutland, England. 

Elizabeth and John had at least two  children:-

Norman J.  [1914 -    ]

Lilian E. E.  [1917 -    ]

Birth Reference:. GRO  Sep 1874 Shoreditch Volume  1c  Page 83.
Marriage Reference GRO  June 1908 Uppingham 17 817
Death Reference: GRO   Volume Page

Update: 10Aug16


In Memory Of
ELIZABETH S C
[ 1922 -    ]

Elizabeth S C EATLY was born in the first quarter of 1922  in Holborn, London, daughter  of William Arnold EATLY [1891 - 1950] and Sarah M. POOLEY [1891 - 1954]

Elizabeth married Leonard DASHWOOD in the second quarter of 1943 at Hitchin Hertfordshire.

Elizabeth and Leonard had at least two children

A son [1945 -    ]
Anne E [1947 - 2006]

Birth Reference:. GRO  Mar 1922 Holborn Volume  1b  Page 1240
Marriage Reference GRO  June 1943 Hitchen  Volume 3a Page 2579
Death Reference: GRO   Volume Page

Update: 10Aug16


In Memory Of
ELLA MINNIE EATLY
[1896 - 1971]

Ella Minnie EATLY was born on 3rd August 1896 at 18 Pathenia Road, Fulham, London, the daughter of Albert Edward and Minnie Watson HOWLETT and baptized 28th Fenruary 1897 at the parish church of St Dionis, Parsons Greem.

At the age of 4, Ella M. is listed in the 1901 census living with her parents and siblings, William Edward, Mabel Alice, Olive Muriel, at 18 Parthenia Road, Fulham, London.

Ella Minnie took up teaching

She trained at Brighton Women's Training College and obtained a Board of Education teaching certificate, a Cambridge Senior local certificate and Royal Drawing Society division I certificate.

Minnie Ella was registered with the Teacher's Registration Council. [Reg No 62819] in 1920. At that time she is shown as holding the following positions as Assistant School Mistress.

1917: Wilberforce Boy's School, Maida Vale, London.
1917-18: St.Thomas Boy's School, Fulham, London.
1918: Campbell Street Boy's School, Edgware Road. London
1918: Westfield Road School, Shepherds Bush, London.
1918-19: All Saints Boy's School, Fulham, London.
1919: Addison Gardens Boy's School, Shepherds Bush, London.
1920: William Street Central School, West Kensington, London & Harwood Road Girl's School, Fulham, London.

On  24th Aug 1931  Ella Minnie  occupation  'teaching' arrived at Southampton  from Surabaya, Indonesia via Rotterdam on board the SS Dempo [ Rotterdam Lloyd ] her address is given as 5 Etherion Road, Fulham, London SW6*

On 19 Aug 1938  Ella Minnie arrived at Plymouth, England from Port Limón, Costa Rica via Madeira  on board the SS Venezuela [ Royal Netherlands Steamship Company Ltd ]  her address is given as 86 Hazelwell Road Putney London SW15.*

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939 Ella Minnie EATLY  profession   Teaching (Travelling) Female Single  is residing at   40-41-42 Nevern Square Kensington, London, England.

Ella Minnie married Alexander Walter SWAIN [1880 - 1962], also a teacher, in Westminster, London in 1954.

Ella Minnie died in the last quarter of 1971 at Hove, Sussex.

Birth Reference:. GRO  Sep 1896 Fulham Volume  1a  Page 311
Baptism Reference: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Dionis, Parsons Green, Register of baptisms, P77/DIO/A/01, Item 002
Marriage Reference GRO Sep 1954  Westminster Volume 5c Page 710
Death Reference: GRO Dec 1971 Hove Volume 5h Page 1212
*Board of Trade: Inwards Passenger Lists. Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK Series BT26, 1,472 pieces.

Update: 10Aug16


In Memory Of
ELLEN ELLSWORTH EATLY
[1889 -  1922]

Ellen Ellsworth EATLY's  birth was registered on the last quarter of  1889 in Chelsea, London and she was baptized  on 20th November 1889 at the parish church of St Augustine's, Kilburn,   the daughter of Richard EATLEY [1844 - 1907]   and Alice Annie GODDARD [1861 -     ]  of 8 Beethoven Street, Chelsea.

Her middle name  is the maiden name of her maternal grandmother  Mary Ann ELLSWORTH  [1841 - 1906]

The census of  5th April 1891 shows the  eighteen month old Ellen E  living with her parents and her 4 year old elder sister Florence  [1886 - 1975 ] at 8 Beethoven Street

In 1901 the census of 31st March shows Ellen E. living with her mother and siblings Florence and Frederick [1896 -1959] at  174, Carlton Vale, Willesden, London. (Father, Richard, is in hospital in Chelsea.)

In the census of 2nd April 1911 Ellen E. a 22 year old ironer in a laundry,  is living with her widowed mother her brother Frederick and her sisters Florence Emily and Annie  at 91 Granville Road, West Kilburn, London.

Ellen E. married  George BRIDGER, in Paddington  London in the third quarter of  1911.

Ellen and George had at least four children:-

Ellen R.  [1911 -    ]
Gladys [1912 -    ]
Lily L. [1914 -    ]
Ivy A. [1915 -    ]

Ellen Ellsworth EATLY died aged 32 in the second quarter of 1922 in Willesden.

Birth Reference:. GRO  Dec 1889 Chelsea Volume  1a  Page 383
Baptism Reference:  Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives
Marriage Reference GRO Sep 1911  Paddington Volume 1a Page 57
Death Reference: GRO Jun 1922 Willesden Volume 3a Page 243

Update: 10Aug16


In Memory Of
EMILY EATLEY
[1842 -     ]

Emily EATLEY was born on 16th October 1842 in Hanley Castle, Worcestershire, the daughter of Matthew EATLY [1803 -   ] and Mary BARRETT  [ or BURFORD] [1809 - 1864].   She was un-named at the time of birth registration.

Emily 1842 birth certificate.

She appears in the  census of 3rd March 1851 as a 9 year old schoolgirl  living with her parents and siblings in Great Malvern, Worcestershire.

In the census of 7th April 1861 Emily an 18 year old laundress  still  is living with her parents and siblings   in a cottage in  Great Malvern.

In 1862    Emily gave birth to a daughter

Emily [1862 - 1935]

On 3rd April 1866  Emily EATLEY  a 22 year old spinster of 7 Star Street, Paddington London, the daughter of Matthew EATLEY, a bricklayer  married Alfred HOOPER a 22 year old bachelor and coach painter  of   5 York Row, Paddington,  the of son  Charles HOOPER, a coachman  at the parish church of St Michaels and All Angels, Paddington 

Emily And Alfred appear to have had no children together.

On 3rd April 1881 the census shows Alfred, aged 38 a coach painter,   Emily, aged 38 a laundress,    and Emily [listed as HOOPER] aged 19 a laundress living at 53  O (sic) {Ocean ? }   Street, Chelsea, London.

The census of 5th April 1891 shows Emily and Alfred, a coach painter  at 75 Lancefield Street, Chelsea. 

Emily appears to have died  in Chelsea, aged 56, in the second quarter of 1898.

In the census of 31st March 1901  57 year old Alfred, shown as a widower, is a patient in the Chelsea District Workhouse Infirmary.

Birth Reference:. GRO  Jun 1842 Upton Upon Severn Volume  18  Page 524
Baptism Reference:  ~
Marriage Reference GRO Jun 1866 Kensington Volume 1a Page 269
Death Reference: ~ GRO Jun 1898 1a 246
Burial Reference: ~
Cause of Death: ~

Update: 31 Oct 2017


In Memory Of
EMILY EATLEY
[1862 - 1935] 

Emily EATLEY was born in 1862 in Tewkesbury, Worcestershire. and baptized on 13 July 1862 at Bredon, Worcestershire. The daughter of Emily EATLEY [1842 -    ]    No was  father listed  although at her marriage  Emily  gives James EATLEY, a stone mason, as her father..

On 28th June 1885   Emily EATLEY, aged 22 spinster of 2 St Leonards Terrace, Harlesden, Middlesex, the daughter of  'James EATLEY' stone mason,   married Robert WAIN,  aged 24, bachelor of Wilmington Kent, a bricklayer  residing at  2 St Leonards Terrace Harlesden the son of Alexander WAIN carpenter, at the parish church of  Alls Souls Harlesden.

Emily and Robert had at least eight children.

 James Wain [1888 -    ]
Elizabeth Margaret Wain [1890 - 1947]
Robert Alexander Wain [1892 -      ]
Florence Mabel Wain [1894 - 1898]
Albert Frederick Wain [1897- 1917 France]
Eliza Edith Wain [1898 - 1898]
Walter Charles Wain [1899 - 1973]
Ernest Edwin Wain [1901 - 1984] 

In the 1891 census of 5th April  Robert  aged 30 a bricklayer,   Emily aged 28 an ironer,   3 year old James and 1 year old Maggie  were at 58 Henries Street, Chelsea.

Between 1899 and 1901 they had moved to  Willesden, Middlesex.  where the census of 31 March 1901 shows the family living at  1 Hiley Street.

In the 1911 UK Census Robert, a carpenter, Emily, and their sons Albert, Walter and Ernest are residing at 28 Earlsmead Road, Kensal Rise, Willesden, London.  

Emily died in the second quarter of 1935 in Willesden London  aged 72.

Birth Reference:. GRO  Sep 1862 Tewkesbury   Volume  6a  Page 391
Baptism Reference:  ~ IGI Batch: C 021761.  
Marriage Reference GRO Jun 1885 Hendon Volume 3a Page 201   &  IGI Batch Ref: C 021761
Death Reference: GRO Jun 1935 Willesden  Volume 3a Page 315
Burial Reference: ~
Cause of Death: ~

Update: 11Aug16
 


In Memory Of
EMILY ELLEN
[1861 - 1923]

Emily Ellen EATLY was born 20 September 1861 at 4 Queens Place, Chelsea, London and baptized on 13th October 1861 at the parish church of St Luke. Chelsea the daughter of Benjamin EATLY [1830 - 1908] and Sophia BALL [1828 - 1894]

She appears in the 1881 census of 3rd April  as a 19 year old servant living at 22 Stratford Terrace, Kensington. in the household of Marty E Urben, a barristers wife.   [Her sister Sophia Harriet is a Lady's maid in the same household.]

Emily Ellen married John Henry BENNETT [1863 -    ] on 26 February 1884 in Hackney

Emily and John had at least four children

John H  [1886 -    ]
Emily Sophia Margaret  [1887 -    ]
Percival Charles   [1892 -    ]
Constance Olive  [1900 -    ]

In the 1901 Census John a woollen merchant manager, and Emily are living at 73 Kings Road, Chelsea, London with their children

Emily Ellen died 17 May 1923 and is buried in Fulham New Cemetery.

Birth Reference:. GRO  Dec 1861 Chelsea  Volume 1a Page 149
Baptism Reference:  Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives .  
Marriage Reference GRO Mar 1884 Hackney Volume 1b Page 660
Death Reference: GRO  Jun 1923 Fulham Volume  1a  Page 356
Burial Reference: ~
Cause of Death: ~

Update 10Aug16



In Memory Of
EMMA  EATLY
[1844 -  ]

Emma EATLY  was born  on 26th March 1844 in Chelsea, London, and baptized at St Luke Parish Church Chelsea on 4th  August 1850, the daughter of Benjamin EATLY [1795 - 1859] and Eliza HOLLIER [1804 - 1878]

Emma appears to be the twin sister of  Martha [1844 - 1848]  who was baptized on 26th March 1844 and died in infancy.

The census of 30th March 1851 shows Emma a five year old schoolgirl living with her parents and siblings at 8 Camera Street, Chelsea.

The 1861 census on 7th April shows Emma aged 18 living with her widowed mother, her brother John Hollier and her sister Mary at 1 Jubilee Place, Chelsea.

Emma EATLY, aged 22 spinster of St Luke Chelsea the daughter of Benjamin EATLY builder deceased  married  Thomas Christopher MOORE aged 21 bachelor Schoolmaster of St Luke Chelsea the son of   Thomas MOORE,  merchant, on 21st July 1865 at the parish church of St Luke, Chelsea.

The census of 3rd April 1881 lists  Emma and Thomas at  26 Colestown St, Battersea, London where they are taking boarders.   Thomas is described as a Chelsea Pensioner and blind.

Birth Reference:. GRO  Jun 1844  Chelsea  Volume 3 Page 47
Baptism Reference:   ~
Marriage Reference GRO Sep1865 Chelsea Volume 1a Page 400
Death Reference: GRO  ~
Burial Reference: ~
Cause of Death: ~

Update 1st Oct 2010


In Memory Of
EMMA DAISY B
[1914 -     ]
 

Emma Daisy B EATLY  was born in the second quarter of 1914 in Wandsworth, London, the daughter of  Benjamin Francis EATLY  [1873 - 1954] and   Isabel L  BROWNING  [1872 - 1957]

Emma D. B.  married Richard HUNT  at Romford, Essex. England in the third quarter of  1938.

Emma and Richard has at least four children

Daughter  [1939 -    ]
Daughter  [1942 -    ]
Daughter  [1944 -    ]
Daughter  [1946 -    ]

Birth Reference:. GRO  Jun 1914 Wandsworth Volume  1d  Page 1191
Baptism Reference:   ~
Marriage Reference GRO  Sep 1938 Romford /volume 4a Page 1931
Death Reference: GRO  ~
Burial Reference: ~
Cause of Death: ~

Update 1st Oct 2010


In Memory Of
EMMA JANE
[1873 - 1892]

Emma Jane EATLY was born in the third quarter of 1873 in Wandsworth, London, the daughter of Charles Henry EATLY [1832 - 1909]  and Sarah Agnes McFARLANE [1835 - 1902]

Emma Jane appears in the 3rd April 1881 census as a 7 year old scholar living with her parents, her elder sister and two brothers at  2 Hollier Terrace, Wandsworth. London.

In the 1891 census  of 5th April  Emma Jane  is living with her parents and brother George Edward at 'The Hop Pole' Public House, 64 Putney Bridge Road, Wandsworth, where her father was publican.

She died 18th March 1892 at the age of 18 at 64 Putney Bridge Road Wandsworth,  9 years after the death of her sister Eliza Sarah, who died aged 19

Eatly Emma Jane of   Surrey  spinster   died 18th March 1892  Administration  22 August to Charles Henry EATLY  beer retailer  Effects  £27 19s 3d.  {£1,674.67 in 2010}*

Birth Reference:. GRO  Sep 1873 Wandsworth  Volume 1d  Page 165
Baptism Reference:   ~
Marriage Reference GRO   ~
Death Reference: GRO   Mar 1892 Wnadsworth Volume 1d Page 616
Burial Reference: ~
Cause of Death: ~
*England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 Record for Emma Jane Eatly

Update 11Aug16


 In Memory Of
EPAPHRODITUS EATLY
[1768
- 1850]

Signature from letter of 1839           

Epaphroditus EATLY  was born about 1768 and  was christened on 4 March 1768 at Hasfield, Gloucestershire. The son of Richard EATLY [1734  - 1808] and Elizabeth 'Betty' HARRIS   [1736 - 1799].

Epaphroditus married Ann POWER of Redmarly D'Abitot, Worcestershire on 07 August 1787 at Ashleworth, Gloucester.

Redmarly D'Abitot Parish Register 1787. 'Banns of Marriage btwn Epaproditus Eatly of Ashleworth and Ann Power of this Parish were legally public 8, 15 & 23 July '.

The Parish records of  Ashleworth   17 August 1787 Epaphroditus Eatly of this Parish bachelor and Ann Power of the Parish of Redmarley Dabitot in the County of Worcester spinster were married in this Church by Banns in the presence of: Richard Eatly & Charles Smith. 

They had at least four children,

Richard [1788 -1837]

Mary [    -1790]

James Epaphroditus [???? - 1792]

 Matthew  [1804 - 1871]

It appears that after the birth of his son Richard in 1788  the family  moved to London as the  St Thomas's Hospital [London] admission and discharge Registers for  22nd December 1796, as transcribed by  http://www.londonlives.org,  show Epaphroditus was a patient at the hospital  under Dr Ainslie and Mr Cline.     His sponsor,  the person who undertook to pay for his funeral should he died in hospital was  Mr O. Riordan.

The family apparently were residing in Greenwich, Kent a son  James Epaphroditus was buried there in 1792 and  son Matthew was baptised there in 1804.

Epaphroditus  EATLY  married Sarah PREEN [1791 - 1871]  at  St Mary-de-Lode Church, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England on 19th October 1823.

Epaphroditus and Sarah had at least one child,

Martha [June 1819 - November 1819]

Epaphroditus is shown as a mason on Martha's baptism record.

In 1839  Epaphroditus wrote a letter to his daughter-in-law  Sarah, on hearing the belated news of the death of her husband, his son Richard.

Mrs Sarah Eatly to be Left
at No 12 Green Harber Cort
Goldin Lean St Lucks
London

Dear Dauter Sepr. 22 1839
This Comes with my Kind Love to you and my Blesing
to your Dear Children In beter helth then it Leaves
Me at present for I ham Got very infirm and when
My Dear Chile Brote me word of the Death of
Dear Son I could not tell what to do with my self to think
that I could not hear of his prestius Death be fore But I Hope with
the Blesing of God that your Loss may be his
Gaines in the Reagen of Glory and so now my Dear
Children hope you will be kind and librell to your
Kind and Loving Mother and if any of your Children
Cold make it convent to Com Down I shoulde be hapey
But as for you Sarah I wo nat Expect to see you
Before we meet in heaven and then for
Me and Richard and you to spend a Blessed Sabbeth
to part no more My wife and Dauter rembers thir
Kind loves to you all and my Dauter is very much
Oblight to you for your kindness to her as Stringer
Direct for me to be left at San Inn Coomb Hill
Near Cheltenham Gloucester so no more at present
from you Loving father Ditus Eatly.                         Image of original letter

In the 1841 census of 7th June,  Epaphroditus a 70 year old bricklayer   is residing at Leigh with Evington, Gloucestershire . with his second wife, Sarah  [1791 - 1871].

Epaphroditus died aged 82 at Leigh in Deerhurst, Gloucestershire, England  on 11 January 1850.  He was buried on 16th January 1850 at Leigh.

Birth Reference:.
Baptism Reference:   IGI  Batch No. C029032 & 
The Parish records of St Peter, Hasfield, Gloucestershire transcribed by William Good.
Marriage Reference  1   IGI  Batch No. M026664  & 
The Parish records of  Ashleworth , Gloucestershire transcribed by William Good.
Marriage Reference  2   Family Search
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I03830-2 , System Origin: England-EASy , GS Film number: 855620 , Reference ID: v 4 p 31
Death Reference: GRO   Mar 1850 Tewkesbury  Volume 11 Page 385
Burial Reference: The Burial Register of  Leigh, Gloucestershire  1850 Entry 322.
Cause of Death:  'Old Age'  

Update 11Aug16


 In Memory Of
EPAPHRODITUS EATLY
 [1829 - 1902]


Photograph of Epaphroditus Eatly
 
~  Courtesy of Geoffrey M. H. Carter Esq.

Born 18th November 1829 at Green Arbour Court in St Luke's parish, Finsbury, London, and christened at St Luke's on 14 March 1830, the son of Richard EATLY [1790 - 1837] and Sarah HOLLAND [1790 - 1862]

In the 1841 census of 7th June   10 year old  Epaphroditus   is a  cotton winder  living at  Banks Court, St Luke,  Middlesex with his widowed mother Sarah and his elder siblings:-  Sarah [25],  a  Cotton winder : Richard [25], a Compositor, Nancy [20]  a servant  & Elizabeth [15]  also a Cotton winder.

On 23 June 1845 Epaphroditus, then at Baltic Street, St Luke, London, was  indentured as an apprentice  for seven years   to  George HANCOCK  a copperplate and letterpress printer of   55 Aldenbury, St Mary in the City of London.   The indenture was witnessed by a Francis HOLLAND,    probably Epaphroditus's  Uncle,  Francis HOLLAND  born  St Luke  21 FEB 1801.   [ Indenture ]

In 1851  the census of 30th March shows    Epaphroditus   living  at   99 Golden Lane, St Luke, Middlesex   with his mother   Sarah, now a family nurse  and his  unmarried sister  Elizabeth,    a dressmaker.

Epaphroditus EATLY, of full age, a bachelor, printer of Chatham Gardens  Hoxton, the son of Richard EATLY bricklayer deceased,   married Caroline MILLER [1831 - 1897]  a minor, spinster, of   Ashley Terrace, Hoxton  the daughter of George Miller a paper stainer,  at St John the Baptist,  Hoxton, London on 20 April 1851 in the presence of Elizabeth EATLY and William BALLARD.

Epaphroditus and Caroline had at least ten children 

George  [1851 - 1915]
Caroline  [1853 - 1931]
Richard  [1856 - 1857]
Richard [1858 - 1930]
Epaphroditus [1860 - 1904]
Sarah [1863 -    ] 
James [1865 - 1867]
William [1867 -  1952]
Samuel [1870 - 1953]
Elizabeth [1874 -    ]

The 1861  census of 7th April   has    31 year old Epahroditus  a pressman, living at  29 Gee St, Finsbury St Luke, London, Middlesex, England, with Caroline and their children   George [10], Caroline [7], Richard [3], and Epaphroditus [4 months].   Also  in the household is  Elizabeth his 38 year old unmarried sister  and Caroline his 73 year old widowed mother.

On 2nd April  1871  the family are still at  29 Gee Street,  with three additional children  Sarah[9], William [4] Samuel [7 months].  20 year old George had followed his father into  the printing trade  and was employed as a printers pressman.  

Sister  Elizabeth unemployed and single was living at the  address.  Mother  Sarah had died in 1862.

The 3rd April 1881 census shows the couple living at 33 Gee Street, Finsbury, London with their seven surviving children, Caroline (27); Richard (22); Epaphroditus (20); Sarah (18); William (13); Samuel (10); and Elizabeth (6). Epaphroditus's sister Elizabeth (58) was also living at the address. Epaphroditus is working as a printer's pressman.    Son George had married Sarah Elizabeth NEAL in 1876 and was living close by at 39 Kingscroft Street Islington, London.

The census of  5th April 1891 shows Epaphroditus, a printers pressman aged 61 ,  & Caroline living at  16 Hale Street, Islington, County of London with daughters Caroline, a book folder aged 47, & Elizabeth, a bookfolder aged 16, son Epaphroditus, a printer's cutter aged 30,  and sister Elizabeth a charwoman aged 68. 

Caroline died at the age of 65 in the first quarter of  1897 in Islington.

In the 1901 census of 31st March Epaphroditus is shown as a 71 year old widower and retired printer, living with his daughter Caroline (1853) and son Epaphroditus(1861) at 16 Hale Street, Islington, London. 

Epaphroditus died 20th October 1902 at the age of 72 and was buried at Tower Hamlets Cemetery, Bow. 

.Birth Reference:. The Parish Registers of St Luke Old Street
Baptism Reference:   The Parish Registers of St Luke Old Street
Marriage Reference 
IGI Batch No. M040371
Marriage Reference  GRO Jun 1851 Shoreditch  Volume 2 Page 425
Death Reference:  GRO Dec 1902 Islington Volume 1b Page 230
Burial Reference: Burial card
Cause of Death:   

Update 8Aug16`


 In Memory Of
EPAPHRODITUS EATLY
[1860 - 1904]

Epaphroditus EATLY was born on 11th June 1860 at 29 Gee Street, Old Street, St Lukes, London and baptized on 5 April 1863 at St Thomas Charterhouse, Finsbury. London. The son of Epaphroditus EATLY [1829 - 1902]  and Caroline MILLER. [1831 - 1897]   .

In the census of 7th April 1861  Epaphroditus is a 10 month old infant  living with his parents and older siblings at 29 Gee Street, Finsbury, London

The census of  2nd April 1871 shows the family still at 29 Gee Street, Epaphroditus is an 11 year old schoolboy.

Epaphroditus  appears in the 1881 census of 5th April  as a 20 year old printer's cutter living with his parents and six siblings at 33 Gee Street.

On 5th April  1891 the Census shows him with his parents at 16 Hale Street, Islington. A 30 year old stationer's cutter.

In the 1901 census of 31st March   Epaphroditus is a 40 year old stationer's cutter living with his widowed father and elder sister Caroline at 16, Hale street.

Epaphroditus EATLY a bachelor aged 42, a printers cutter of  78 Packington Street, Hoxton the son of  Epaphroditus EATLY, printer,  married Ann Elizabeth SANDERS [1871 - 1936]  a spinster aged 32 of  53 Guinness Buildings, Low Street, Hoxton the daughter of  Jonathon John SANDERS  a cabinet maker  on 5th April 1903 at the parish church of St Clements, City Road, in the presence of George WHITE and Charlotte GARDENER.

Epaphroditus died aged 44 in the third quarter of 1904 in Islington, London.

Birth Reference:. IGI Batch No. C042071 & Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives
Baptism Reference:  
IGI Batch No. C042071   &  Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives
Marriage Reference  GRO Jun 1903 Holborn Volume 1b Page 1317
Death Reference:  GRO Sep 1904 Islington Volume 1b Page 219
Burial Reference:
Cause of Death: 

Update 7Aug16


 In Memory Of
EPAPHRODITUS 
[1882 - 1950]

Epaphroditus EATLY was born in the first quarter of  1882 in Islington, London.  the son of George EATLY [1851 - 1915]  and Sarah Elizabeth NEAL [1851 - 1909]

The census of  5th April 1891 shows him a 9 year old schoolboy living with his parents and sdiblings at  7 Hydes Terrace, Islington.

In the 1901 census of 30th March  he is a 19 year old cardboard packer living with his parents and his younger siblings, Albert Edward, Alice Ethel, and Jessie Daisy at 8 Benwell Road, Islington. London.

The 1911 census of  2nd April  shows Epaphroditus, a 29 year old bookbinders porter,  his widowed father, a 59 year old printers pressman , and his younger sister Jessie Daisy a 19 year old miliner, living at 42 Stavordale Road Islington.

Epaphroditus died aged 68 in the last quarter of 1950 in Hackney. London.

Birth Reference:. GRO Mar 1882 Islington Volume 1b Page 283
Baptism Reference:   ~
Marriage Reference  ~
Death Reference:  GRO Dec 1950 Hackney Volume 5c Page 657
Burial Reference: ~
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 8Aug16


 In Memory Of
EPAPHRODITUS ARTHUR
[1904 - 1991]

Epaphroditus Arthur EATLY was born  on 29th January 1904 in Fulham, London the son of  Samuel EATLY [1870 - 1954] and  Catherine Edith EDWARDS [1871 - 1967]

In the census of 2nd April 1911 Epaphroditus Arthur, now known as Arthur, aged 7  was living with his parents and his siblings Edith Florence 8, Epaphroditus Arthur 5, Elizabeth Catherine 4, and William Samuel 2 at 83 Cranham Road, South Bermondsey, London.

Epaphroditus married Florence Alice ALLMAN  [1908 - 1998]  in the third quarter of  1935 in Hackney, London.

Epaphroditus and Florence had at least two children

Son  [1938 -    ]
Daughter  [1950 -    ]

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939, Epaphroditus EATLY born  25 Jan 1904    Laboratory Assistant Air raid warden,   his father Samuel EATLY a Carpenter, mother  Catherine EATLY a housewife,  and siblings   George E     EATLY    27 May    1905    Packer Hairdresser,  Elizabeth      EATLY    16 Feb    1908    Fur Machinist,     Samuel William EATLY    5 May    1910    Brass Founder (Stock Keeper),  and Alfred F     EATLY    17 Jan    1912    Brass Founder (Stockkeeper) are residing at  86 Downham Road Hackney, London, England.*     

Epaphroditus EATLY died in the second quarter of 1991 in Islington, London.

Florence died in the third quarter of 1998 in Chelmsford, Essex. and was buried at Trent Park  Cemetery, Cockfosters Road, Enfield, London on 14th April.1998.

Birth Reference:. GRO Mar 1904 Fulham  Volume 1a Page 265
Baptism Reference:   ~
Marriage Reference  ~   GRO Sep 1935 Hackney Volume 1b Page 1068
Death Reference:  GRO May 1991 Islington Volume 13 Page 1354
Burial Reference: ~
Cause of Death:  ~

*Ref: RG101/0195G/003/40

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
ERNEST CHARLES EATLY [1881 -     ]

Signature of Ernest Charles

Ernest Charles EATLY was born 06 November 1881 in Chelsea, London. The son of Benjamin Alfred EATLY   [1850 - 1921] and Mary Ann PEPPIATT [1846 - 1884]

He appears in the 1891 census of 5th April  living with his father and step-mother Hannah WHITE, his siblings Ernest Charles and Beatrice Maud and his step-brother Alfred William at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea. London.

In the 1901 census of 31 March  he is a 19 year old bricklayer, living at 26 Parthenia Road, Fulham. London. with his father, stepmother and step-brother.

Ernest Charles moved to Canada  where on 6th February 1907 in York County. Toronto,  he married Margaret KANE (Irish descent, born Toronto Canada 1881).

Ernest Charles appears in the 1911 Canadian census as 30 year old metal worker (factory) living with Margaret at Apartment 845, 121 West Toronto.

On 17 January 1916 he was attested into 4th Divisional Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force. His address is shown as 177 Borden Street, Toronto Canada. Occupation silversmith. Description 5' 7" 34 inch chest. fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes. Religion Church of England.

USA - Canada border crossing records for  May 1920 show 38 yr old Margaret  [apparently heavily pregnant] at Port Huron Michigan, en route to  visit Mrs Ellen KANE { her mother ? }at 3 Beatrice Street, Los Angeles California USA.   She gave birth to a son in Los Angeles on 28th May 1920. 

In the 1921 census of Canada  Ernest a 45 year old railway book-keeper is living at 399 Pape Avenue,  York West, Toronto, with Margaret, 40, her mother 77 year old Ellen KANE born in Ireland  and her sister 27 year old Mary KANE born in Ontario,  a machinist.*

On 6th August 1938 Ernest EATLY aged 57, Accountant, disembarked from RMS Antonia [Cunard White Star Line] at The Port of London from Montreal, Canada to visit 30 Crowlands Avenue Ilford Essex. ** 

Ernest and Margaret are buried at Plot J Belleville Cemetery, Hastings, Sidney Ontario Canada. Ref: Q-H1172.

Birth Reference:. GRO Dec 1881 Chelsea Volume 1a Page 325
Baptism Reference:   ~
Marriage Reference  ~  
Death Reference: 
Burial Reference: 
 www.island.net.com (ocfa)
Cause of Death:  ~

*Library and Archives Canada. Sixth Census of Canada, 1921. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, 2013. Series RG31. Statistics Canada Fonds.
**Inwards Passenger Lists. : The National Archives of the UK (TNA). Series BT26

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
ETHEL MAY EATLY [1889 - 1982]

Ethel May EATLY was born on 16th August  1889 at 5 Ramsey Street, Chelsea, London the daughter of Henry Charles EATLY [1853 - 1910] and Letitia Ann WHITLOCK [1858 - 1958]

On 5th April 1891 the census shows baby Ethel May, her parents Henry Charles, foreman bricklayer and Lettia Ann   and her siblings Henry Charles and Sophia Lilian at 5 Ramsey Street, Chelsea. 

In the 1901 census of 31st March   Ethel is a 11 year old scholar living with her parents and siblings Henry Charles and Sophia Lillian at 67, Wandsworth Bridge Road, Fulham, London.

Ethel appears not to have married.

In the census of 2nd April 1911, Ethel May, a 21 year old single music teacher and her widowed mother, a 52 year old  boarding house keeper,  are living at 40, Chester Road, Watford, Hertfordshire with three gentlemen boarders.

She died in Watford, Hertfordshire in the second quarter of 1962, aged 72.

Birth Reference:. GRO Dec 1889 Chelsea Volume 1a Page 321
Baptism Reference:  
Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives
Marriage Reference  ~  
Death Reference:  GRO Jun 1962  Watford Volume 4b Page 287
Burial Reference:  ~
Cause of Death:  ~
*
Inwards Passenger Lists. : The National Archives of the UK (TNA). Series BT26

Update 8Aug16



F



In Memory Of
FLORENCE EMILY EATLY
[1886 - 1975]

Florence Emily EATLY was born on 8th December 1886  in Chelsea, London, and baptized on 16th February 1887 at  the parish church of St Augustine Kilburn, the daughter of Richard EATLY [1844 - 1907] and Alice Annie GODDARD [1861 -     ] of 80 Lancefield Street, Kilburn.

Four year old Florence E appears in the  5th April 1891 census living with her parents and younger sister Ellen at 8 Beethoven Street, Chelsea.

In the 1901 census of  31st March  Florence is a 14 year old general servant living with her mother and siblings Ellen and Frederick at 174 Carlton Vale, Willesden, London.     Father Charles is in hospital in Chelsea.

Florence Emily EATLY  aged 20 spinster of 9 Granville Road, Willesden the daughter of  Richard EATLY bricklayer  married   Frederick James ROPER aged 20 a bachelor of 9 Granville Road an electrical engineer  the son of Francis John ROPER a loco engineer   on  19 May 1907 at the church of St John the Evangelist  Kilburn London  in the presence of Nellie EATLY and William TURNER.

In the census of 2nd April  1911 Florence Emily, although shown as married, is listed under her maiden name as living with her now widowed mother, her brother Frederick William, her sisters, Ellen Ellsworth and Annie,  at  91 Granville Road, West Kilburn, London She is working as an ironer in a laundry.  Her two younger siblings William and Alice are in care of Dr Barnados Home.

Florence and Frederick  had at least four children

Hilda E ROPER [1912  -    ]

Florence H ROPER [1915 -    ]

Bertha H ROPER [1920 - 1921 ]

Herbert William ROPER [1922 - 1986 ]

Florence Emily died in the last quarter of 1975 in Hillingdon.

Birth Reference: GRO Mar 1887 Chelsea  Volume 1a  Page 392
Baptism Reference:  ~
Marriage Reference: GRO Jun 1907 Hendon Volume 3a Page 394  & London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Augustine, Paddington, Register of marriages at Saint John the Evangelist, Cambridge Gardens, Kilburn, P87/AUG, Item 028
Death Reference:  GRO Dec 1975 Hillingdon Volume 13 Page 1108
Burial Reference: ~
Cause of Death: ~

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
FLORENCE F EATLY
[1923 -    ].

Florence F EATLY  was born in Holborn, London in the second quarter of 1923,   the fifth child of William Arnold EATLY  [1891 - 1950] and Sarah M. POOLEY [1891 - 1954]

Florence F married Alfred SMITH in the last quarter of 1942 in Hitchin Hertfordshire.

Florence and Alfred had at least two children

Son [1943 -    ]
Daughter [1945 -   ]

Birth Reference:.  GRO  Holborn July 1923  Volume 1b Page 1082
Baptism Reference:  
~
Marriage Reference  GRO Dec 1942 Hitchin Volume 3a   Page 2563   &   
Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1921. London Metropolitan Archives
Death Reference: Possibly  - Florence Frances Smith Birth Date:  27 Apr 1923 Date of Registration:  Aug 2001 Age at Death: 78   Registration district: Bedford
Register Number:     B5D District and Subdistrict:     3091B Entry Number:     120
Burial Reference:  ~
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
FLORENCE WINIFRED:

Florence Winifred EATLY was  born on 22nd July 1893 in Holborn, London. The second child of William EATLY [1867 -   ] and Florence Emily ARNOLD [1872 - 1936]

In the census of 31st March 1901  7 year old Florence Winifred is living at  89 Beaumont Road, Leyton, Essex. with her parents and her siblings William aged  9,  Elizabeth aged 5  & George Eli aged 1.

The cenus of 2nd Aoril 1911 shows  Florence Winifred  a 17 year old tent machinist, living with her parents and her siblings  at  29 Goldsmiths Row, Hackney Road,  Hackney, London.

Florence Winifred EATLY    a spinster aged 21 of 152 Central Street, Islington  the daughter of William EATLY blacksmith married  George John DARBY aged aged 24 a bachelor, carman  of 160 Mansfield Street, Bethnal Green, London the son of  George John DARBY a cigar maker deceased,  at  the parish church of St Luke Old Street, London  on 31st July 1915.

Florence and George had at least one child

Sidney G W DARBY [1916 - 1998 ]

Florence Winfred EATLY died in the second quarter of 1993 in Waltham Forest, London,  aged 99.

Birth Reference:.  GRO  Holborn July 1923  Volume 1b Page 1082
Baptism Reference:  
~
Marriage Reference  GRO Sep 1915 Holborn Volume 3a   Page 1859
Death Reference:   GRO Apr 1993 Waltham Forest   Register/District 2551D/D47  Entry 262
Burial Reference:  ~
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
FRANCES EATLEY
[ 1777 -    ]

Frances EATLEY was born about 1777 and  baptized  12 April 1777 at Edgmond, Shropshire. The daughter of Francis EATLEY [c1757] and Elizabeth

Birth Reference:.  ~
Baptism Reference:  
IGI Batch No. P006501.
Marriage Reference  ~
Death Reference:   ~
Burial Reference:  ~
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
FRANCIS EATLEY
[circa 1757]

Francis EATLEY was a resident of Edgmond, Shropshire.

Francis married Elizabeth.

Francis and Elizabeth had at least three children

Elizabeth [c1774 -    ]
Frances [c1777 -    ]
William  [c1781 -    ]

Reference:  IGI Batch No. P006501

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
FRANCIS EATLEY
[circa 1770]

Francis EATLEY married Susanna GREEN at at the parish church of St Andrew, Holborn, London on 23rd January 1797 in the presence of  Richard and Jane EALING sic.

image of parish register

Birth Reference:.  ~
Baptism Reference:  
Marriage Reference 
 Pallot's marriage index
Death Reference:   ~
Burial Reference:  ~
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 8Aug16


n Memory Of
FREDERICK WILLIAM EATLY [1896 - 1959]

Frederick William EATLY was born on  24 Jan 1896 in Chelsea, London. the son of Richard EATLY [1844 - 1907] and Alice Annie GODDARD [1861 - 1945]

In the 1901 census of 30th March  he is at 174 Carlton Vale, Willesden, London, a 5 year old child living with his mother and sisters, Florence and Ellen. Father, Richard is in hospital in Chelsea.

In the census of 2nd April 1911 Frederick William is a 15 year old errand boy for a Chemists Shop living with his now widowed mother and his sister Ellen Ellsworth, Florence Emily and Annie at 91 Granville Road, West Kilburn, London.

EATLY F. W  Driver Royal Field Artillery
He volunteered in August 1914, and after his training was drafted to France, where he served during much heavy fighting at Neuve, Chapelle, Loos, the Somme, Arras, Lens  and the retreat and advance of 1918  and was severely gassed.
He was demobilised in June 1919  and holds the 1914 - 1915 Star, and the General Service and Victory  Medals.   Address 149 Malvern Road Kilburn NW6* 

Frederick W. married Harriett Ann MITCHELL  [17 Jul    1897 - 1969] in Kensington, London in the last quarter of 1920.

Frederick W. and Harriett had at least three children,

Frederick William  [1921 - 1941 ]
Albert [1922 - 1982]
Violet Ellen [
20 Oct    1929 -    ] 

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939 Frederich W EATLY  a painter,  Harriett Ann a house wife and  Violet Ellen a schoolgirl are living at 47 Lonsdale Road, Kensington, London, England. 

Frederick William died in the first quarter of  1959 at Hammersmith, London aged 62.

Harriett Ann died in 1969 in Hounslow, London aged 71.

Birth Reference:.  GRO Mar 1896 Chelsea  Volume 1a  Page 356
Baptism Reference: ~
Marriage Reference: GRO Dec 1920 Kensington Volume 1a Page 422 
Death Reference:  
GRO Mar 1959 Hammersmith Volume 5c  Page 121
Burial Reference:  ~
Cause of Death:  ~

*National Roll of The Great War

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In memory of
FREDERICK WILLIAM EATLY
[1920 - 1941]

Frederick was born in the last quarter of 1921 in Willesden, London, the son of Frederick William EATLY  [1896 - 1959]  and Henrietta  Ann MITCHELL [1898 - 1969].  

Frederick William enrolled in the East Surrey Regiment on 30th May 1939.

In Memory of Private Frederick William Eatly 6143218, 2/6th Bn., East Surrey Regiment who died on 24 January 1941.  Age 20.  Son of Frederick William and Harriett Ann Eatly, of Notting Hill, London. Remembered with Honour  ~ Gunnersbury Cemetery *

Birth Reference: GRO Dec Mar 1921 Willisden Volume 3a Page 444

Death Reference: GRO Mar 1941 Brentford 3a 391

*Commonwealth War Grave Commission.

 Update 8Aug16


In memory of
FREDERICK WILLIAM EATLY
[1926 - 2006]


Photograph of Frederick William Eatly courtesy of  Jim

Frederick William EATLY was born on 15th October 1926 in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales,   the eldest child of  William Horsman EATLY [1903 - 1980]  and Margaret JONES [1898 - 1980].

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939  Frederick William is recorded as a scholar residing at 7 Stone Terrace, Llanelly Rural District, Carmarthenshire, Wales  with William Horseman, Margaret,  baby Clifford John and his sister born 1934 a scholar. 

Frederick married in the first quarter of 1949 in Llanelli.

Frederick and his wife had at least three children

Son [1955 -    ]
Daughter [1958 -    ]
Daughter [1961 -    ]

Frederick William died on 13th June 2006 in Llanelli

Birth Reference:. GRO  Dec 1926 Llanelly  Volume  11a  Page 1812
Baptism Reference:  
Marriage Reference  : GRO               Volume    Page
Death Reference: 
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

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In memory of
GEORGE EATLY
[1851 - 1915]:

George EATLY was born in the last quarter of  1851. He was christened on 9 November 1851 at St Lukes, Old Street, London, the eldest child of Epaphroditus EATLY [1829 - 1902] and Caroline MILLER [1831 - 1897]

In the 1861 census of 7th April  George, a nine year old schoolboy, is living at 29 Gee Street, St Lukes with his parents, his grandmother Sarah HOLLAND, his aunt Elizabeth EATLY and his younger siblings Caroline, Richard and Epaphroditus.

The census of  2nd April 1871  lists George still at 29 Gee Street,  a printer's pressman aged 20, with his parents,  aunt Elizabeth and his younger siblings  .  Caroline, Richard, Epaphroditus,  Sarah, William and baby Samuel.

George EATLY aged 24 a bachelor, printer, of  9 Blundell Street, Barnsbury, Islington  the son of Epaphroditus EATLY a printer  married Sarah Elizabeth NEAL [1853 - 1904]   aged 23 a spinster of  9 Blundell Street, Barnsbury   the daughter of Edward NEAL a stone merchant  on 4th June  1876 at the parish church of St Barnabas Barnsbury in the presence of Epaphroditus EATLY and Fanny NEAL

George and Sarah had at least seven children  

Edith Louisa Elizabeth  [1877 - 1956]
Alfred George  [1880 - 1900]
Epaphroditus   [1882 - 1950]
Albert Edward [1883 - 1902]
Alice Ethel      [1885 - 1969] 
Arthur            [1889 - 1889]
Jessie Daisy     [1892 - 1963].

George  appears in the 1881 census of  3rd April  as a 29 year old printer living with Sarah and their children   Edith Louise  & Alfred George   at 39 Kingscroft Street Islington, London.

By the  1891  census of 5th April   George, a printer,  Sarah,  the children  Edith, Louisa Elizabeth, Alfred George, Epaphroditus, Albert Edward & Alice Ethel  had moved to 7 Hides Terrace, Islington.

By the  31st March 1901 Alfred George had been killed in the Boer War, Edith Louise had married and left home,    the rest of the family are at 8 Benwell Street, Islington. London. George is a letter press binder.

Sarah Elizabeth NEAL died aged 56 in 1904 in Edmonton, London.

In the census of  2 April 1911 census George,  a 59 year old widower  and printer's pressman,   Epaphroditus, 29, a book binders porter  & Jessie Daisy, 19, a miliner are living at 42 Stavordale Road, Islington, County of London.

In the Electoral Roll of 1910 and 1911, George is shown as residing at 21 Alberta Road, Enfield, Middlessex. 

George died  aged 63 in 1915 at 42 Stavordale Road  of  morbus mordis mitral - heart disease,  and was buried at Islington Cemetery Finchley, London on 11th July 1915.

Birth Reference:.  GRO  Dec 1851 St Luke   Volume  2 Page 333
Baptism Reference: 
IGI Batch Ref: C 020694.
Marriage Reference: GRO Jun 1876 Islington Volume  1b Page 436 & London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Andrew, Barnsbury, Register of marriages, P83/AND1, Item 010
Death Reference:  
GRO  Sep 1915 Islington Volume 1b  Page 220
Burial Reference: 
Board of Guardian Records, 1834-1906 and Church of England Parish Registers, 1813-1906. London Metropolitan Archives
Cause of Death: 
Morbus Cordis Mitral. [Heart  Disease]

Update 8Aug16


In memory of
GEORGE EATLY
[circa 1863] 

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Married Susan LOGUE

Their daughter Mary Anna EATLY, baptized 9th July 1893 in Fairville, New Brunswick. Canada (Acadia French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1670-1946)

Update 8Aug16


In memory of
GEORGE CHARLES
[1826 - 1873]

George Charles EATLY was born 18th July 1826 at Camera Street, Chelsea, London and baptized 19th August 1827 at the parish church of  St Luke, Chelsea the son of  John EATLY  [1796 - 1853] a brickalyer   and Charlotte. OSBORNE [1796 - 1865].

George Charles seems to have lived all his life at 10 Little Camera Street, Chelsea.

The  7th June 1841 census shows him a 14 year old schoolboy at the address with his parents.

The census of  30 March 1851 shows George a  23 old bricklayer  at the address with his parents and his 81 year old grandfather William OSBORNE  a cooper.

On 7th April 1861  George, a bricklayer aged 34,  is at the address with his widowed mother aged 68.

George Charles  EATLY  married Eliza MOSS [1834 - 1925] the daughter of  William MOSS  in Walthamstow, Essex.

The census  of  2nd April 1871 shows  44 year old  George, bricklayer,  and Eliza, 37  at 10 Camera Street..

George Charles EATLY died  21st  February  1873 at 10 Little Camera Street.

EATLY George Charles   9 May 1873  The will of George Charles EATLY late of 10 Little Camera Street  Chelsea in the County of Middlesex bricklayer  who died 21 February 1893 at 10 Little Camera Street  was proved at the Principal Registry by Eliza EATLY of 10 Little Camera Street  Widow  the Relict  sole Executrix.*

Eliza died in the first quarter of  1925 in Cirencester  aged 92.

Birth Reference: 
Baptism Reference: IGI Batch C067054
Marriage Reference :    GRO Jun 1865 West Ham Volume 4a Page 56 &  IGI Batch M135325
Death Reference:  GRO Mar 1873 Chelsea   Volume 1a Page 186
Burial Reference: 
Cause of Death: ~

*Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England.

Update 8Aug16


In memory of
GEORGE EDMOND  EATLY
[1905 - 2002]

George Edmond EATLY was born  27th May 1905 in Marylebone, London the son of  Samuel EATLY [1870 - 1953] and Catherine Edith EDWARDS [1871 - 1967].

In the census of 2nd April 1911, George aged 5 is living with his parents and his siblings,  Edith Florence 8, Epaphroditus Arthur 5, Elizabeth Catherine 4, and William Samuel 2, at 83 Cranham Road, South Bermondsey, London.

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939, George Edmond EATLY born 27 May 1905 Packer / Hairdresser,    his father Samuel EATLY a Carpenter, mother  Catherine EATLY a housewife,  and siblings  Epaphroditus EATLY born  25 Jan 1904    Laboratory Assistant Air raid warden,   Elizabeth EATLY 16 Feb 1908  Fur Machinist,  Samuel William EATLY   5 May  1910  Brass Founder (Stock Keeper),  and Alfred F EATLY 17 Jan 1912 Brass Founder (Stockkeeper) are residing at  86 Downham Road Hackney, London, England.*   

George Edmond died aged 96 in the second quarter of 2002 in Bexley, Kent and was cremated and comemorated at  Eltham Cemetery and Crematorium, Eltham, England.

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Birth Reference:.  GRO  SEP 1905 Marylebone Volume 1A Page 567
Baptism Reference: 
~
Marriage Reference: ~
Death Reference:  
GRO  Apr 2002 Bexley    A38A/2201A/205
Burial Reference: 
Cause of Death:

*Ref: RG101/0195G/003/40

Update 8Aug16


In memory of
GEORGE EDWARD EATLT
[1870 - 1928]

George Edward EATLY was born on 5th July 1870  in Wandsworth, London. The son of Charles Henry EATLY [1832- 1909] and Sarah Agnes McFARLANE [1835 - 1902].

He was baptised along with his brother Charles Henry at St Pancras Old Church, St Pancras, London on 11th September 1870.    Father's occupation is shown as bricklayer. The family at this time are living at  15 Milton Street, Battersea, London.

George E. appears in the 1881 census as a 10 year old scholar living with is parents at 2 Hollier Terrace, Wandsworth, London.

In the 1891 Census George E. is living with his parents and sister Emma at 'The Hop Pole'  Public House, 64 Putney Bridge Road, Wandsworth where his father is the publican.

George Edward EATLY aged 23  bachelor, a bricklayer, of 38 Ascalon Street, Battersea the son of Charles Henry EATLY  bricklayer . married Elizabeth Louisa COE [1871 - 1955]  aged 21 spinster of 38 Ascalon Street, Battersea  the daughter of William Henry COE,  a painter, deceased on 9 October 1892  at  the parish church of  St George the Martyr, Battersea, Surrey  in the presence of  George James COE and Matilda FAULKNER.

George E. and Elizabeth had four children,

Charles Henry [1894 - 1965   ]
George Valentine [1895 - 1919]
Albert Edward [1897 -1968]
Edward William [1907 - 1977]

In 1901 George E. and Elizabeth are at 148 Fawes Park Road, Wandsworth, London, with 3 year old Albert E. and Mary A. WATSON, Elizabeth's mother (George E. parents were at 48 Fawes Park Road)

At the time of the 1901 census the two other sons Charles Henry and George Valentine are in-patients at The Fountain Hospital, Grove Road, Tooting, London.

In the census of 2nd April 1911, George Edward, a 40 year old bricklayer, is living at 17 Lainson St, Wandsworth, London with  Elizabeth Louisa and their four sons.

As he was over the age of forty, George Edward was unable enrol for military service during WW1 [1914 - 1918].  Between 8th November 1914 and 22nd March 1918 he served as Private 3262, in the 13th Batallion, Royal Defence Corps, which consisted of those unfit through age or health to serve overseas.   Their duties consisted in the main of guarding defence establishments and prisoner of war camps in the UK.   George Edward was discharged from his duties in March 1918 due to his ill health and age.  George Edward was awarded the Silver War Badge for Services Rendered*.

Image of 1914-18 Silver War Badge

George Edward died in Wandsworth in the second quarter of  1928 aged 58 and was buried at Putney Vale on 12 April 1928. 

Elizabeth Louisa COE ( EATLY ) [ 11 Mar 1871  - 26 January 1955 ] the widow of George Edward EATLY  [5th July 1870 - 1928 ]  married George Edward's first cousin Albert Edward EATLY [1865 -1956 ]  in the  first quarter of 1932 in Wandsworth, London.  

Elizabeth Louisa EATLY of 5 Elthiron Road, Fulham, London died on 26 January 1955 at St Stephens Hospital London.  Her  effects of £651:4s:5d to her  son Albert Edward. [£11,344.27 in 2005]  and re-joined George Edward at Putney Vale  Cemetery  on 31st January  1955.

Birth Reference:  GRO  Sep 1870 Wandsworth  Volume 1d Page 533
Baptism Reference: 
Marriage Reference : GRO  Dec 1892 Wandsworth  Volume 1d Page 1027   &  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint George The Martyr, Battersea, Register of marriages, P70/GEO, Item 021
Death Reference:  GRO  Jun 1928 Wandsworth   Volume 1d Page 627
Burial Reference: 
Cause of Death: ~

*Army Medal Office. WWI Medal Index Cards

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
GEORGE ELI EATLY
[1899 - 1981]

George Eli EATLY was born on 10 April 1899 in Leyton, Essex  and was baptized at  the parish church of All Saints, Leyton,  on 30 April 1899.  the son of William EATLY [1867 - 1952]  and Florence Emily ARNOLD [1872 - 1936].

In the 31st March  1901 census at the age of 1 year George Eli  is living with his parents and elder siblings, William Arnold, Florence Winifred and Elizabeth Caroline at 8, Beaumont Road, Leyton.

In the census of 2nd April 1911, George Eli is shown as an 11 year old schoolboy  living with his parents and siblings at 29, Goldsmiths Row, Hackney Road, Hackney, London.  

On 9th May 1914,  George Eli, then 15 years old,  enlisted in B  Battalion   11th  London Regiment  stating his age was 17 years and 1 month.  Fortunately he was not sent  to France but  was posted to Territorial  duties in Roehampton and Wimbledon.    His mother wrote to the War Office to secure his discharge, but it took two years  and  he was formally discharged on  15th May 1916. 

  

Despite her efforts he re-enlisted into the Machine Gun Corps.  He survived the war and was awarded  the  General Service and  Victory Medals.

George Eli married Catherine Edith. TILLEY [ 8 September 1900 - 1967] in 1922 at Holborn, London.

In the Electoral Roll for 1932 George Eli and Catherine Edith are shown as residing at 20, Alfoxton Avenue Haringey,  London N15    

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939,  George Eli  a Male Asphalter Spreader Travelling Heavy Worker , and Catherine Edith a Tailors Machinist   are residing at 11 Batley Road Hackney, London, England

George and Catherine appear to have had no children.

Catherine died aged 67 in 1967 at Hackney, London.

George Eli died in 1981 in Hackney aged 82.

He was buried at Abney Park Cemetery, London on 19 November 1981.

Birth Reference:  GRO   Volume Page
Baptism Reference:  IGI Leyton, Essex, England; Collection: All Saints; -; Date Range: 1881 - 1903; Film Number: 1564163.
Marriage Reference : GRO    Volume  Page 1027
Death Reference:  GRO    Volume    Page
Burial Reference: 
Burial 196/35. Section G 05. Index 8519. (Friends of Abney Park Cemetery web site)
Cause of Death: ~

*
War Office: Soldiers’ Documents from Pension Claims, First World War (Microfilm Copies); (The National Archives Microfilm Publication WO364)

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of  
GEORGE VALENTINE EATLY
[1895 - 1919]

George Valentine EATLY was born in on 14th February 1895 in Wandsworth, London, and baptized on 12th May 1895 at the parish church of St Stephens, Wandsworth, the second son of George Edward EATLY  [1870 - 1928]  and Elizabeth Louisa COE  [1871 - 1955] of 13 Mays Villa, Fawes Park Road, Wandsworth.

In the 1901 census of 31st March George V. is in the Fountain Hospital, Tooting, London ( with his brother Charles Henry) the rest of the family are at 148 Fawes Park Road, Wandsworth.

In September 1906, Michaelmas Term,  George Valentine EATLY,  of 17 Ranmore Gardens, Smeaton Street, Wandsworth, London SW, aged 11 was enrolled as a day scholar ( i.e not a boarder)  in  The Strand School,  a Church of England boys grammar school, an adjunct of Kings College London  in Elm Park, south London.  The Strand specialised in preparing boys for a career in the Civil Service.    It would appear the George Valentine had won a scholarship as his fees for 5 years were paid by London County Council. His previous schooling is shown as Merton Road, Primary School and West Hill Primary School, both in the Wandsworth area. §

The census of 2nd April 1911 shows George Valentine a 16 year old secondary school pupil living at 17 Lainson St, Wandsworth, London with his parents and  his brothers Charles, Albert and Edward.

George Valentines occupation taken up when  leaving Strand School on 26th July 1911 is shown as 'boy clerk'.

George Valentine's appointment as Established Clerk to the Surveyor of Taxes  is announced in the London Gazette of 4 April 1916.

George Valentine married Winifred Myrtle TURPIN [1894 - 1966] the daughter of Richard James TURPIN [1866 - 1935]  and Mary Sarah H Bennett [18666 - 1928], on 6th July 1918 at St Michael and All Angels Parish Church, Southfields, Surrey, England.

George Valentine died in Epsom, Surrey on  8th February 1919 Putney Vale Cemetery 14th January 1919.

EATLY George Valentine of Sunnycot Montpelier Road Sutton Surrey died 8 February 1919 Administration London 27 March to Winifred Myrtle EATLY widow Effects £101 10s { £2,152.82 in 2010}*

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission carries a report of George Valentine's death:-

In Memory of Signaller George Valentine Eatly, 2103, 7th London Brigade, transfer to 328236 Labour Corps, who died age 24 on Saturday 8th February 1919, the son of George and Elizabeth Eatly; husband of Winifred M. Eatly (nee Turpin) of 5, Balvernie Grove, Wandsworth. A Civil Servant (Income Tax Department).

George Valentine and Winifred's daughter Georgina Myrtle EATLY was born on 22 October 1919 in Wandsworth, London.

In the wartime National Register of 26th September 1939 Winifred Myrtle is shown as a widowed, paid domestic help residing at 5 Balvernie Grove, Wandsworth, London, England in the service of Alexander and Mary PEACH. 

In the electoral registers for 1966 Winifred is living with Georgina and Georgina's husband, Robert S VENNER at 21 Landgrove Road, Merton, Wimbledon, London. 

Winifred died in Sutton, Surrey in 1966 aged 71. and was buried at Putney Vale Cemetery 13th May 1966.

Georgina Myrtle EATLY [VENNER] died in New Zealand in 2004 aged 85.

Birth Reference:  GRO  Mar 1895 Wandsworth   Volume 1d Page 806
Baptism Reference:  
Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives
Marriage Reference  GRO Sep 1918  Wandsworth  Volume 1d  Page 1299
Death Reference:   GRO Mar 1919 Epsom Volume 2a   Page 22

§ School Admissions and Discharges, 1840-1911. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives.
Burial Reference:  Wandsworth (Putney Vale) Cemetery. Grave 1.577
Cause of Death:  ~ *
Principal Probate Registry. Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England.

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of  
GEORGINA MYRTLE EATLY
[1919 - 2004]

Georgina Myrtle EATLY was born on 22 October 1919 in Wandsworth, London,  the posthumous daughter of George Valentine EATLY   [1895-1919]   and only child of Winifred Myrtle TURPIN [1894 -1966] 

In the Electoral Rolls for 1946 Georgina and her mother are residing at 5 Balvernie Grove, Wandsworth, London

Georgina M. married Robert S. VENNER [1920 -    ]   in Wandsworth, London in 1946.  They appear to  have been childless.

In the Electoral Rolls for 1947 to 1950 Georgina and Robert are at 33 Oxford Gardens, Kensington, London. 

In the electoral registers for 1964 to  1966,  Georgina  and   Robert S   and Winifred Myrtle are living at  21 Landgrove Road, Merton, Wimbledon, London, with Georginas mother Winifred Myrtle.  

After her mother's death Georgina and her husband appear to have emigrated to New Zealand.

In the New Zealand Electoral Rolls for 1972 to 1981 Robert S VENNER, a clerk and Georgina M VENNER are residing at 6 Gazelle Avenue, Birkenhead, Aukland, New Zealand.

Georgina Myrtle EATLY died in New Zealand in 2004 aged 85.

Birth Reference: GRO Dec 1919  Wandsworth  Volume 1d  Page 1450
Baptism Reference:  

Marriage Reference  GRO Mar 1946  Wandsworth  Volume 1d  Page 717
Death Reference:  
2004/10596  NZ
Burial Reference: 
Cause of Death:  ~  

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In Memory Of
HENRY EATLY
[1773 - 1853]

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[1776 - 1853]

Henry EATLEY was born circa 1776 in Warwick, Warwickshire, England. 

On 8th March 1806, a groom and house servant, he appeared at York Assizes arraigned for horse stealing. He was convicted and sentenced to transportation for 14 years. 

Henry and another 190 convicts embarked aboard the ship Duke of Portland in January, 1807. 

He disembarked at New South Wales on 27th July, 1807. *

It appears that at the end of his sentence he remained in New South Wales as a bonded labourer, as he appears as such in the records of North Parramata Gaol, New South Wales where he spent 24 hours in a cell on 29th April 1841 before moving on the next day. He is described as Catholic, 5 foot 6 inches in height, fair complexion with blue eyes. **

Henry Eatly died in 1853 in New South Wales, Australia aged 70 years.


*National Archives   HO 11/1/389 1807 January Pages 389-397: Transportation register of convicts bound for New South Wales on the convict ship Duke of Portland.  
**State Archives NSW; Roll: 181
Death Reference: V1853 1547 39B/1853. www.bdm.nsw.gov.au

Update 8Sep16


In Memory Of
HENRY CHARLES 
[1853 - 1910]

Henry Charles EATLY was born on 18 September 1853  at  4 Queens Place, Chelsea, London, England and baptized on 16 October 1853 at the parish church of St Luke, Chelsea, the son of Benjamin EATLY [1830 - 1908] and Sophia BALL  [1828 - 1894].

Henry Charles appears in the 1861 census of 7th April   as a 7 year old scholar living with his parents and siblings at 4 Queens Place, Queens Street, Chelsea.

In the 1871  census of 2nd April   Henry  Charles is at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea, a 17 year old bricklayer living with his parents.

Henry Charles EATLY aged 22 bachelor, a bricklayer of  St Mark, Old Street the son of  Benjamin EATLY, bricklayer  married  Lettia Ann WHITLOCK aged 21 spinster of St Mark, Old Street the daughter of Henry WHITLOCK, sawyer,  at the parish church of St Mark, Old Street on 7th May 1876.

Henry Charles and Lettia had at least  four children

Henry Charles [1877 - 1948]
Lettia Ann M  [1879 - 1881 ]
Sophia Lilian  [1883 -     ]
Ethel May  [1889 - 1962]

Henry Charles, bricklayer,  and Lettia  appear in the 1881 census of 3rd April   with Lettia and their children Henry Charles (5 years) and Lettia Ann M. ( 18 months) at 14 Seaton Street, Chelsea.

On 5th April 1891 the census shows Henry Charles, foreman bricklayer, Lettia  and children Henry Charles, Sophia Lilian and Ethel May at 5 Ramsey Street, Chelsea.    Little Lettia Ann M. had died the previous year, aged 2.

In the 1901 census of 31st March  the family are living at 67, Wandsworth Bridge Road, Fulham. London. Henry Charles is employed as a builder's clerk.

Henry Charles died in 1910 in Watford, Hertfordshire, aged 56

In the UK census of 1911 Letitia Ann a 52 year old wisow and boarding house keeper is living with 21 year old Ethel May a single music teacher at  40 Chester Road, Watford, Hertfordshire, with three gentlemen boarders..

Letitia Ann died in 1938 in Watford, aged 81.

Birth Reference: GRO Dec 1853 Chelsea Volume 1a  Page 113
Baptism Reference:  
London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Chelsea, Register of baptisms, P74/LUK, Item 177
Marriage Reference  GRO Jun 1876  Shoreditch   Volume 1c  Page 336  & London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Mark, Shoreditch, Register of marriages, P91/MRK, Item 012
Death Reference:   GRO Mar 1910 Watford  Volume 3a  Page 406
Burial Reference: 
Cause of Death:  ~  

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
HENRY CHARLES EATLY
[1877 - 1948]

Henry Charles EATLY was born on 18th February   1877 at 18 Blenheim Street, Chelsea, London and baptized on 17th June 1877 at the parish church of St Luke, Chelsea the  son of Henry Charles EATLY [1853 -1910], bricklayer  and Lettia Ann WHITLOCK [1858 - 1938]

The census of  3rd April 1881 shows him aged 4 living with his parents at 14, Seaton Street, Chelsea. London.

On 5th April 1891 the census lists  Henry Charles  aged 14, an attendant at the Natural History Museum living with his parents and siblings at 5 Ramsey Street, Chelsea.

Henry Charles EATLY aged 22  bachelor, publican, of 28 Fawcett Street, Kensington the son of Henry Charles EATLY, publican  married Jessie Elizabeth AINSWORTH [18 January 1879 - 1949]  aged 20 spinster of  28 Fawcett Street, Kensington  the daughter of  Charles AINSWORTH, gentleman,  at the parish church of St Luke Kensington, London, England  2nd January 1900..

Henry Charles  & Jessie Elizabeth had at least three children

Irene Victoria [1900 - 1982    ]
Ronald Douglas Henry [1902 - 1971]
Cyril Bernard Charles [1903 - 1958]

In the 1901 Census of 31st March, Henry Charles a self employed boot maker is staying with his parents at 67 Wandsworth Bridge Road, Fulham, London. England. Jessie Elizabeth and their daughter Irene Victoria, aged 9 months, are staying with Jessie's parents, at 7 St Catherine's Mansions, Lillie Rd also in Fulham.

A son Ronald Douglas Henry was born 19 February 1902. At this time the little family were living at 19, Glendarvon Road. Putney, London. England. Henry Charles is employed as a commercial traveller. In 1903 another son Cyril Bernard Charles was born in  Wandsworth.

At the time of the census of 2nd April 1911 Henry Charles, a 34 year old clerk in a coal and railway agency is living with  Jessie Elizabeth  and their three children at 44 St Jame's Road, Watford, Hertfordshire.

       In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939,  Henry Charles, a newsagent  was living at 108 Sheen Road Richmond M.B.,          Surrey, England with Jessie Elizabeth a housewife.

Henry Charles died in Surrey in the first quarter of 1948 at the age of 77 and was buried in East Sheen Cemetery [Section O Grave 69] on 22nd February 1948 .

Jessie Elizabeth died in Willesden, London. England in 1949 aged 69 and was buried with Henry Charles in East Sheen Cemetery on 22 August 1949.

Birth Reference: GRO Mar 1877  Chelsea Volume 1a  Page 322
Baptism Reference:  
London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Chelsea, Register of baptisms, P74/LUK, Item 177
Marriage Reference  GRO Mar 1900  Kensington  Volume 1a  Page 123  &   London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, South Kensington, Register of marriages, P84/LUK, Item 006
Death Reference:   GRO Mar 1948 Surrey N. E. Volume 5g  Page 578
Burial Reference:  http://www2.richmond.gov.uk/burials/regenq1.asp
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
HENRY CHARLES EATLY
[1884 - 1884]


Henry Charles EATLY was born  in the the third quarter in of 1884 in Chelsea, London, and died in the same quarter in Wandsworth.

Possibly the son of 
Henry Charles EATLY and Letitia Ann WHITLOCK.

Birth Reference: GRO Mar 1884  Chelsea Volume 1a  Page 327
Baptism Reference:  
~
Marriage Reference   ~
Death Reference:   GRO Sep 1884
Wandsworth Volume 1d  Page 453
Burial Reference: 
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
HENRY VICTOR  EATLY
[1891 - 1892]

Henry Victor EATLY was born in the second quarter of 1891 in Chelsea, London and baptized in the parish church of  St Lukes, Chelsea on 12 July 1891 the son of Albert Edward EATLY [1865 - 1856]  a bricklayer,  of 55 Hubert Grove, Clapham, London  and Minnie Watson HOWLETT [1867 -1930]

Henry Victor EATLY died in Lambeth, London in the second quarter of 1892.

Birth Reference: GRO Jun 1891 Chelsea Volume 1a  Page 331
Baptism Reference:  
London Metropolitan Archives, Saint John, Worlds End, Register of baptisms, P74/JN, Item 001
Marriage Reference   ~
Death Reference:   GRO Jun1892 Lambeth Volume 1d  Page 301
Burial Reference: 
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
HERBERT  EATLY
[1838 - 1853]

Herbert EATLY  was born about 1838 at Great Malvern Worcestershire, the son of  Matthew EATLY  [1803 -    ] and Mary BARRETT [1809 - 1864]

In the census of  7th June 1841 Herbert is shown aged 3 living with his parents at  Malvern chase, Great Malvern.

On 30th March 1851  the census  shows   Herbert, a schoolboy at Malvern Chase with his parents and siblings.

Herbert died  in 1853 at Malvern Chase aged 15.

Herbert was buried on 31 July 1853 at St Mary and St Michael, Great Malvern, Worcestershire.

Birth Reference: ~
Baptism Reference:  
~
Marriage Reference   ~
Death Reference:   GRO Sept  1853 Upton upon Severn Volume 6c  Page 15
Burial Reference:  National Burial Index
Cause of Death:  ~

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In Memory Of
HERBERT EATLY
[1869 - 1869]

Herbert EATLY was born in 1869 in Watford, Hertfordshire, England the son of Charles EATLY [1840 - 1879] and Sophia [1841 - 1921].

Herbert was christened 5th May 1869 at the parish church of  St Mary Watford.

Herbert died in Watford soon after the christening.

Birth Reference:  GRO Jun 1869 Watford Volume 3a Page 340
Baptism Reference:  
~
Marriage Reference   ~
Death Reference:   GRO Jun 1869 Watford  Volume 3a  Page 221
Burial Reference: 
Cause of Death:  ~

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In Memory Of
IRENE VICTORIA EATLY
[1900 - 1982 ]

Irene Victoria EATLY was born on 27th June  1900 in Kensington, London. the daughter of Henry Charles EATLY [1877 - 1948] and Jessie Elizabeth AINSWORTH [1879 - 1949]

In 1901 Irene V. appears in the census of 31st March  as a 9 month old baby with her mother  staying with  mother's parents, Charles and Emily Ainsworth at 7 St. Catherine's Mansions, Lillie Road, Fulham, London, England. Her father Henry Charles is staying with his parents nearby at 67 Wandsworth Bridge Road, Fulham.

In the census of 2nd April 1911 Irene Victoria is a 11 year old scholar living with his parents and siblings,  Ronald  Douglas Henry, and  Cyril Bernard Charles at 44 St Jame's Road, Watford, Hertforshire.

Irene Victoria  married Alan H. CAUSTON in Watford, Hertfordshire in the third quarter of 1920.

Irene and Alan had at least one child

Son [1923 -    ]

Irene Victoria died in the last quarter of 1982 in Dereham Norfolk, England aged 81.

Birth Reference:  GRO Sep 1900 Kensington  Volume 1a  Page 161
Baptism Reference: ~
Marriage Reference : GRO Sep 1920  Watford Volume 3a Page 2321
Death Reference:  GRO Dec 1982 East Dereham Volume 10 Page 1180
Burial Reference: 
Cause of Death: ~

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In Memory Of
ISABEL ANNIE EATLY [1900 - 1963]

Isabel Annie EATLY  was born in the last quarter of 1900 in Chelsea, London,  the daughter of   Benjamin Francis EATLY  [1873 - 1954] and Isabel Louisa BROWNING [1872 - 1957]. 

In the census of 31st March  1901  Isabel A. is an infant  living with her parents  at 486, Kings Road, Chelsea. London. Benjamin Francis  is employed as a blacksmith.

The census of 2nd April 1911 shows Isabel Annie, a ten year old scholar living at  163 Bedford Hill, Balham, London with her parents and her sisters Ivy Constance and Nellie Edith.

Isabel Annie married  Francis W. J.  WENBORNE [1901 - 1967]  in the City of  London in the third quarter of 1924.

Isabel and Francis had at least two children

Ronald Francis A E .[1928 - 1996]
Son [1930 -    ]

Isabel Annie EATLY died  aged 63 in the last quarter of 1963 in Windsor Berkshire.

Birth Reference:  GRO Dec 1900 Chelsea Volume 1a  Page 370 
Baptism Reference: ~
Marriage Reference : GRO Sep1924  London Central  Volume 1c Page 6
Death Reference:  GRO Dec 1963 Windsor  Volume 6a Page 193
Burial Reference: 
Cause of Death: ~

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In Memory Of
IVY CONSTANCE EATLY
[1902 - 1992]
   
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Photographs of Ivy Constance EATLY  and Allan Henry CANE  courtesey of Glenn Thomas.

Ivy Constance EATLY was born on 24 November 1902 in Chelsea, London.   the daughter of  Benjamin Francis EATLY [1873 - 1954] and Isabel L. BROWNING [1872 - 1957]

The census of 2nd April 1911 shows Ivy Constance, an eight year old scholar living at  163 Bedford Hill, Balham, London with her parents and her sisters  Isabel Annie and Nellie Edith.

Ivy Constance married Allan Henry CANE [1899 - 1970] at Romford, Essex, England   in the third quarter of 1930.

Ivy and Allen had at least four children

Brenda Mary  [22 Apr 1931 -  03 Jun 2011 ]
Betty [1933 - 1933 ]
Daughter [1937 -       ]
Daughter [1940 -       ]

Ivy Constance died aged 89  in the third quarter of  1992 at Mendip in Somerset.

Birth Reference:  GRO DEC 1902 Chelsea Volume 1a Page  339. Baptism Reference: ~
Marriage Reference : GRO SEP 1930 Romford  Volume 4a Page1557
Death Reference:  GRO Aug 1992 Mendip Volume 23 Page 1070
Burial Reference: 
Cause of Death: ~

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JIn Memory Of
JACQUES ERNEST EATLEY
[1918 - 2004]

Jacques Ernest EATLEY was born in France 7th February 1918 the son of Albert Edward .EATLY [1897 - 1968], who at that time was serving with the Royal Field Artillery in France, and  Ernestine Desiree POHIER [1896 - 1991]

Extract from page 813 of the London Gazette 07 February 1936 [person admitted to British Nationality]

'Eatly, Jacques Ernest; France; Commercial Artist; 19, Hereford Road, Bayswater, W.2. 3 January, 1936.'

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939 Jacques E EATLY, born 15 Nov 1918, a  Lift Attendant  and his parents Albert E Eatly, born  24 June 1895, a Motor  Transport Driver [Heavy Worker] and Ernestine F D EATLY born  20 March 1896 [Unpaid Domestic Duties] 
are shown as residing at 6 Eyot Gardens Hammersmith, London, England.   Also at the address was Henry A Tipton born 13 July 1900 Road Transport Claims & Accounts Clerk

Jack [sic] Ernest EATLEY joined The Queens  Royal West Surrey Regiment on 1st December 1939 [ Army No. 538719. He was transfered to The Royal Army Ordnance Corp. on 24th June 1942.*

Jacques Ernest EATLEY aged 29 a bachelor employed in advertising of Sheffield  Yorkshire the son of  Albert Edward EATLY a motor engineer  married Mildred LEES [1921 - 1974]  aged 26 spinster of 159 Ridgeway Road Sheffield the daughter of George Wilfred LEES  journalist deceased   on 14 August 1948 at Christchurch, Sheffield, Yorkshire.

Jacques Ernest and Mildred had one daughter in 1952.

Mildred's death is recorded in the third quarter of 1974 in Bristol.

Jacques Ernest remarried in September 1982 in Sedgemoor Somerset.

Jacques Ernest's death at the age of 86 is recorded in the December quarter of 2004 in Torbay district , Devon, England.

Birth Reference:  From death registration and Naturalisation entry
Baptism Reference: ~ 
Marriage Reference 1: Sep 1948 Yorkshire - West Riding Volume 2d  Page 100
Marriage Reference 2:
Death Reference:  Dec 2004 Torbay A95/A422/1A/139
Burial Reference: 
Cause of Death: ~
       
*Surrey, England, Regimental Rolls, 1914-1947 - Surrey History Centre.

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In Memory Of
JACQUELINE MELISSA EATLEY
[ 1972 - 1997 ]
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Jacqueline Melissa EATLEY was born on 13 Jul 1972 in Burlington, New Jersey, USA the daughter of William B. EATLEY and Myrna D TICAY EATLEY

Jacqueline Melissa married in  Miami-Dade County, Florida  on 9th  December 1994.

Sadly Jacqueline Melissa died on  15th March 1997

Birth Reference:  U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
Baptism Reference: ~ 
Marriage Reference 
Florida Department of Health. Florida Marriage Index, 1927-2001
Death Reference:  U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.

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In Memory Of
JAMES EATLEY
[circa 1751 -   ]

James EATLEY born about 1751 was a resident of Hasfield, Gloucestershire, England.

James married Betty.

James & Betty had at least one child

Charles [1771 -    ]

Reference: The Parish records of St Peter, Hasfield, Gloucestershire transcribed by William Good

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In Memory Of
JAMES EATLY
[circa 1804 -  ]

James married Helen KERR  on 24th July 1824 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.

Reference: IGI Batch No M 119673

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In Memory Of
JAMES EATLY
[1865 - 1867]

James EATLY was born in the last quarter of  1865 in St Luke, Old Street, London, England, the son of Epaphroditus EATLY  [1829 - 1902] and Caroline MILLER

Little James died in the third quarter of 1867 in St Lukes  before his second birthday.

Birth Reference: GRO  Dec 1865 St Luke Volume 1b  Page 655.
Baptism Reference: ~
Marriage Reference: ~
Death Reference:  GRO  Sep 1867 St Luke 1b, 419
Burial Reference: ~
Cause of Death: ~

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In Memory Of
JAMES D. EATLEY
[ circa 1855 ]
 
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James D EATLEY was a resident of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,  Allegheny County, USA.

in 1884 James D, a labourer is living at 2 Arch Street, Pittsburgh.


Reference: The Pittsburgh and Allegheny, Pennsylvania City Directory for 1884-85.

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In Memory Of
JAMES EPAPHRODITUS EATLY
[????
- 1792]


James Epaphroditus EATLY  undoubtably the son of   Ephaphroditus EATLY [1768 - 1850]  was buried at St Luke Parish Church, Greenwich, Kent, England  on 22nd January 1792.

Burial Reference: The Parish Registers of St Luke, Greenwich
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In Memory Of
James M EATLEY
[1912 -     ]

James M EATLEY was born on 13th May 1912 in Montana, USA.

In the 1935 Rhode Island  State Census James is residing at Fort Adams, Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, USA

Reference:  Rhode Island, United States; State Archives, Providence; FHL microfilm 1,712,119.

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JEANETTE EATLEY.:      
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JEFFREY ALAN EATLEY:
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In Memory Of
JESSIE DAISY EATLY
[1892 - 1963]

Jessie Daisy EATLY was born in the second quarter of 1892 in Islington, London; the youngest child of George EATLY  [1851 - 1915] and Sarah Elizabeth NEAL [1851 - 1909].

In the 1901 census of 31st  March  Jessie aged 9 is living with her parents, her brothers Epaphroditus and Albert Edward and her sister Alice Ethel at 8 Benwell Road, Islington, London.

The 1911 census of 2nd April shows Jessie D a 19 year old milliner living with her widowed father a 59 year old printers pressman  and her brother Epaphroditus, a 29 year old bookbinders porter  at 42 Stavordale Road Islington London.

She appears to have remained unmarried.

Jessie Daisy died 24th February 1963 at Southlands Hospital, Shoreham-by-Sea Sussex, aged 70.

EATLY Jessie Daisy of 47 Pratton Avenue, Lancing,  Sussex died 24th February 1963 at Southlands Hospital, Shoreham-by-Sea Sussex ~  Probate to Alice Ethel EATLY and Dorothy Edith YARDLEY spinsters. £628-0-2d  [ £11,470.00 in 2013]*

Birth Reference: GRO Jun 1892 Islington Volume 1b Page 266
Baptism Reference: ~
Marriage Reference: ~
Death Reference:   GRO  Mar 1963 Worthing Volume 5h Page 1310
Burial Reference: ~
Cause of Death: ~

*England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966 

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In Memory Of
JOANE EATLEY
[1673 -   ]

Joane EATLY was born about 1673 in Newent, Gloucestershire, the daughter of John EATLEY.

Joane was baptised at St Mary's Parish Church on   20 May 1673.

Copy of parish register entry 

Reference:  Gloucestershire Archives; Gloucester, England; Reference Numbers: P225 IN 1/2

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In Memory Of
JOAN LILY EATLY
[circa 1873 -    ]
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 Joan Lily EATLY was a resident of Victoria, Australia.

Joan Lily  married  Michael Joseph McCormick  in 1893 in Victoria.

Reference: Victoria Marriages Regitration No. 5921

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In Memory Of
JOHN EATLEY
[circa  1650     ]

John Eatley was a resident of  Newent, Gloucestershire, England.

His daughter Joane was baptised at St Mary's Parish Church on   20 May 1673. 

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In Memory Of
JOHN EATLY
[circa
1700]

       John EATLY was tried for Highway Robbery at the Old Bailey, London  on 5th December 1730  and acquitted,  one of his  associates was hanged for the offence.

Reference:  Newspaper ~ The Daily Journal 7th December 1730

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In Memory Of
 
JOHN EATLEY
[circa 1730 -    ]

John EATLEY was a resident of Cow Cross Street, in the parish of St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, Holborn, London, England..

John married Esther.

John and Esther had at least one child

Walter [1750 - 1750]

Reference: Guildhall, St Sepulchre Holborn, Register of baptisms and marriages, 1731 - 1751/2, P69/SEP/A/01/Ms 7220/1

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In Memory Of
JOHN EATLEY
[ circa  1740 - 1770 ]

John EATLY  was born about 1740, probab;y in London, Emgland.

He pursued a career of robbery, burglary and theft with his partner in crime, John OVERAN.

Thei story and grisly end was in a pamphlet
published in London in 1774.

front of pamphlet


The Genuine Life, &c. of John Overan, Otherwise, John Williams:

T H E young hero, whom I am going to give an account of, was the son of Mr. Overan, a jeweller, in the city of Cork, and kingdom of Ireland; who brought him up in a genteel manner, and bestowed such learning on him, as was suitable to his fender years.
When he was about the age of thirteen years, his father and mother, and their son, embarked for England, where they soon after arrived, and immediately came to London.
His father being at that time in good circumstances, took a house at Chelsea, and lived in a very genteel manner, and every day promised him success in business.
When his son arrived to the age of fourteen, he bound him apprentice to himself, to learn the art of jewellery, which he was very attentive to, and in a year or two, became a good hand for the time he had been under tuation, which was a great comfort to his parents, who indulged him in any little amusement he thought proper; and our little hero being parricularly fond of pidgeons, kept several pairs for fancy.
Some time after, it pleased God to call his father to his last home, and his mother carried on her husband’s business, and had her son turned over to her. But she loosing her husband, and being over fond of him, she indulged him in looking after his pigeons and other amusements that at last he growed so negligent in his business that he would do nothing but what he pleased.
Soon after he got acquainted with one John EATLEY, who was extravagent like, himself, and they getting acquainted with women of the town, and not able to support them, they took to high way robberies, house-breaking, &c. which they committed with great success.
They went to different public houses where they thought there was money, plate, &c, and called for wine or punch, and they appearing like gentlemen, were in general introduced into the parlour, or private room, which contained a burreau or cupboard, where generally the publican keeps his money, and effects of value. When they find an opportunity, and the publican busy, they by means of false keys, opens all the drawers, and taking out everything of value, get off even unsuspected.
About four years ago John Eatley and Overran, went to the house of Mrs. Stones, at the Star and Garter in Putney, and being genteelly dressed, they were admitted into the room where Mrs. Stone's property was, and by false keys, robbed her to the amount of two hundred and fifty pounds worth, in money, plate and rings, and got clear off; but soon after they were both apprehended and committed to take their trials at the assizes for the county of Surrey ; but none of the property being found upon them when taken, they were detained till the next affizes, and then acquitted for want of sufficient evidence.
This long confinement hindered them greatly in their wicked employment, and, indeed, one would imagine the hardships they suffer in a jail, besides being loaded with weighty irons, would be a sufficient caution to them never to be guilty of the like again
Soon after they were discharged, Eatley, Overan, and his girl he then cohabited with, went to Ireland, where they committed several frauds and daring robberies; at last his companion, Eatley, was apprehended and tried, and received sentence of death, but Overan and his girl made their escape and got safe to England, where she soon afterwards died.

Overan was capitally Convićted on Thursday the 8th Day of December, 1774, for robbing Mr. Venables, in the Tower, of Three Bank Notes, and eighty shillings in money. 
In Memory Of
JOHN EATLEY
[ circa  1740 ]

John EATLEY  was a resident of the parish of St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, Holborn, London, England..

John married Elizabeth.

John and Elizabeth had at least one child.

John [1766]


Reference:  England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch

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In Memory Of
JOHN EATLEY [1745 - 1745]

John EATLEY was born on 23rd September 1745 in Marylebone, London.  The son of  William EATLEY [circa 1720]  and Margaret.

He was baptized,  died and was buried aged two days at the parish church of St Marylebone  on  25th September 1745.

Birth, Death, Burial References :  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Marylebone, Composite register: baptisms Feb 1734 - Mar 1749, burials Sep 1733 - Mar 1749, marriages Dec 1734 - Mar 1749, P89/MRY1, Item 003

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In Memory Of
JOHN EATLY
[ circa 1749 - 1799 ]

John EATLY  married Martha EGGINTON on 22 January 1769 at the Parish Church of Tamworth, Staffordshire, England.

He may be  the John EATLY who was buried at Milwich, Staffordshire on 12 May 1799.

Marriage Reference:
England, Marriages, 1538–1973  Family Search FHL Film 1526132
Burial Reference: The Registers of Milwich.

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In Memory Of
JOHN EATLEY
[circa 1760 ]

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JOHN EATLY [1766 -    ]

Sergeant John EATLEY of the 37th Regiment of Foot, The North Hampshire Regiment, discharged at Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canada on 24 December 1783.

Meredith's 37th Regiment of Foot raised in Ireland in 1702. It saw continuous service throughout the Seven Year War against France, Russia, Poland & Sweden.

The Regiment returned to England in 1769 much weakened by death injury and disease, and did not reach full effectiveness until 1775. It is possible John EATLEY joined the regiment at this time.

In 1775, following the start of the American War of Independence, the Regiment was ordered to America

Landing at Long Island virtually unopposed they secured New York and advanced to Philadelphia taking that city following a series of battles and skirmishes.

The Regiment returned to garrison New York where in 1782 they received a Royal Warrant renaming the Regiment 'The Hampshire Regiment'.

Following the end of the conflict and The Treaty of Paris the Regiment was ordered to Nova Scotia, where John was discharged.

The Regiment now known as The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment (Queen's and Royal Hampshires), [after Princess Diana] currently has units serving in Iraq

For a full history see Paul Jerrard's excellent history of  37th Regiment of Foot.

Reference:   National Archives  GRO WO12/5101 Miscellaneous British Soldiers discharge at Shelburne and Halifax 1783 - 1791.]

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In Memory Of
JOHN EATLY
[1766 -    ]

John EATLY was born on 9 July 1766 the son of  John and Elizabeth EATLY.

John was baptised on  23 July 1766  at the church of St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, Holborn, London, England.


Birth Reference: England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA:
Baptism Reference: England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA:

Update 8Aug16

In Memory Of
JOHN EATLY
[circa 1784]

John EATLY lived in Spitalfields, London, England. John was buried at the Parish Church of Christchurch, Spitalfields on 7th January 1784. 

Reference: The Registers of Christchurch, Spitalfields.

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
JOHN EATLEY
[1791 - 1853]

John EATLEY was born  about 1791,  in Ashleworth, Gloucestershire and was baptized at Ashleworth on 30 June 1793,  the the son  of Charles EATLY [1771 - 1844] and  Elizabeth.

John married Charlotte OSBORNE [1793 - 1865]  at St. James, Westminster, London on 15th July 1821.

The couple had at least two children

William John [1822 - 1828]  

George Charles  [1826 - 1873]

John was a bricklayer.   

On  7th June 1841 the census shows  John,   Charlotte  and  George at  10 Little Camera Street, Chelsea.

The census  of  30th March 1851 shows the three still at 10 Little Camera Street,  George has followed his father into bricklaying.
Charlotte's father,  William OSBORNE, an 81 year old cooper  is living with the family. 

 John EATLY  died in in the last quarter of  1853 at Camera Street, Chelsea,  and was buried on 6th October in St Luke Chelsea churchyard, aged 62..

Charlotte appears in the 1861 Census as a widow living at 10 Little Camera Street, Chelsea with her son George Charles.

Charlotte died in Chelsea in 1865 aged about 72.

Birth Reference:  
Baptism Reference: ~
Marriage Reference: IGI batch No M 147516  &  Pallot's Marriage Index
Death Reference:   GRO  Dec  1853 Chelsea Volume 1a Page 105
Burial Reference: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Chelsea, Register of burials, P74/LUK, Item 270, p74/luk/270.
Cause of Death: ~

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
JOHN EATLEY
[circa 1800]

John EATLEY was a resident of Prees, Shropshire, England.

He married Mary DONE in the parish church of Prees on 10th July 1823.

Marriage Reference: IGI private submission.

Update 8Aug16


In Memory Of
JOHN EATLEY
[circa 1825]

John EATLEY was born about 1825.

John married Elizabeth.

John and Elizabeth had at least two children

Samuel [1845 -    ]
Elizabeth Ann [1850 -    ]

At the time of Samuel's baptism John, a chimney sweep,  & Elizabeth were living at Lambs Court, Clerkenwell.    The  Rector  made a note in the margin of Samuel's baptism record   ''Poor''. 

Reference: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint John The Baptist, Clerkenwell, Register of Baptisms, P76/JNB, Item 003

Update  8Aug16


In Memory Of
John EATLY
[ 1826 -    ]  

John EATLY appears in the Federal Census of 1850 as a 24 year old bricklayer, born in England and residing with his wife Sarah born in England aged 23 and their one year old son Thomas EATLY born in Pennsylvania, residing in Kittaning, Armstrong, Pennsylvania. 

Reference: 1850 United States Federal Census

Update 11Aug16


In Memory Of
JOHN EATLEY
[1830 - 1863]

Born about 1830 at Hanley Castle, Worcestershire the son of Matthew EATLY [1803 -    ]  and Mary NEWMAN.

John appears in the 1841 UK Census as a 11 year old living with his parents Matthew a blacksmith,  Mary a laundress, and siblings Sarah 9, Herbert 3, & Charles 1 at Malvern Common, Great Malvern,  Worcestershire.

John married  Mary Ann TURNER [1819-1859] in the third quarter of 1851 at Great Malvern, Worcestershire.

Mary Ann died in Great Malvern May 1859 aged 40 and was buried on 20th May in the churchyard of St Michael and St Mary, Great Malvern.

John  appears in the 7th April 1861 census  as a 31 year old widower, a bricklayer, living with his parents and siblings at Cottage, Great Malvern, Worcestershire.

John married  married Emma WORMAN  [1836 - 1893]  on 25th May 1863 at St Mary & St Michael parish church Great Malvern.

John died in the last quarter of 1863 at  Upton on Severn.

Birth Reference:  Sep 1870 Poplar  Volume 1c Page 630
Baptism Reference:  ~
Marriage Reference ~ 1. GRO Sep 1851 Upton on Severn  Volume 18, Page 584  ~   2.  Jun 1863 Upton on Severn Volume 16, Page 430
Death Reference:   
GRO Ref: Dec 1863 Upton on Severn Volume 6c, Page 204
Burial Reference: ~
Cause of Death: ~

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In Memory Of
JOHN EATLEY
[circa 1840]

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Listed in the 1840 US Federal Census

Living at Perry Township, Pike County, Ohio.

Update 11Aug16


In Memory Of
JOHN EATLY
[1870 - 1897]

John EATLY was born on 27th July  1870 in Poplar, London, England the son of Charles EATLY [1840-1879] and Sophia [1841 - 1921]

In the Census of 2nd April  1871 John is a 7 months old baby living with his parents and elder brother Charles at 6 Devons Road, Bromley St. Leonards, Poplar.

John appears in the 1881 census of 3rd April as a 10 year old school boy  living with his widowed mother at Crown Street, Ossett cum Gawthorpe, Yorkshire.

John was baptised, with his brother Charles,  at  Christ Church, South Ossett, Yorkshire on 20th March 1885.

In the 1891 census of  5th April  John is a 20 year old wool mill hand. living with his mother, his brother Charles and sister Lavinia at  Storrs Hill Road, Ossett, Yorkshire.

John died in the second quarter of  1897 at the age of 26 years in Dewsbury, Yorkshire.

Birth Reference:  Sep 1870 Poplar  Volume 1c Page 630
Baptism Reference:  ~
Marriage Reference ~
Death Reference:   June 1897 Dewsbury Volume 9b Page 412
Burial Reference: ~
Cause of Death: ~

Update 11Aug16


In Memory Of
JOHN HOLLIER EATLY
[1828 - 1877]

John Hollier EATLY was baptized on 20 January 1828 in the British Embassy Chapel, Paris, France. The son of Benjamin EATLY [1795 - 1859] and Eliza HOLLIER [1804 - 1878]  who had apparently gone to France following bankruptcy proceedings in England.

In the census of   7th  June 1841  14 year old John is living at The Globe Public House, Milmans Row, Chelsea, London  with his parents Benjamin, the licensee and Eliza, and his siblings  Eliza 15, Benjamin 11 & Mary 11 months.    Also at the address is   his paternal grandfather  Charles EATLY [1771 - 1844] a 70 year old bricklayer.   Brothers Charles Henry aged 8   and  William aged 6, are in boarding school  in Hammersmith, London.

The census of 30th March 1851 has John H a 25 year old bricklayer,  living  with his parents at  8 Camera Street, Chelsea,  father  Benjamin has reverted to bricklaying.   Brother William had died aged 8 in 1843 and  grandfather Charles had died in 1844.  Also at the address are  sister Eliza a servant aged 25, brother Charles Henry  aged 18, a bricklayer,  and younger sisters Mary 10 and  Emma 5 both school girls.  

John H. was a witness to his brother Charles Henry's marriage at Southampton in 1858.

Father Benjamin died in 1859   and the census of   7th April 1861  shows John H. aged 32 a bricklayer living with his widowed mother and younger sisters  Mary  and Emma at  1 Jubilee Place, Chelsea.

By 1871 John H, his mother and younger sister Emma had moved to 132 Lavender Road. Battersea, Surrey, where the census of 2nd April shows him aged 43, unmarried bricklayer.  

John Hollier died on 10th September  1877 in Wandsworth, London. aged 51.

EATLY John Hollier    19 December 1878 Administration of the Personal Estate of  John Hollier  EATLY late of 20 Newcomen Road  Clapham Junction in the County of Surrey bachelor who died 10th September  1877 was Granted at the Principal Registry to Benjamin EATLY of 14 Flood Street in the County of Middlesex  Builder the brother.*   [Estate under £800   -   £38,648.00 in 2010]

Birth Reference:  ~
Baptism Reference:  IGI  Batch No C800111
Marriage Reference ~
Death Reference:  Sep 1877 Wandsworth Volume 1d  Page 339
Burial Reference: National Burial Index
Cause of Death: ~
*Principal Probate Registry. Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England.

Update 7 Aug16


JOHN WESLEY EATLEY  
[circa 1826]
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John Wesley EATLEY, a miner, was a resident of Talbot, Creswick, Victoria, Australia. 

His involvement in a court case  is reported in local newspaper  21 May 1861.

Reference: Creswick & Clunes Advertiser   edition of 21 May 1861   page 2

Reference : Voters Register  for Talbot 1856

Updated 8Aug16


In Memory Of
JOSEPH EATLEY
[    - 1729]

Joseph was buried on 17 July 1729 at St Giles, Reading.

Birth Reference:  ~
Baptism Reference:  ~
Marriage Reference
Death Reference:  ~
Burial Reference: National Burial Index
Cause of Death: ~

Update: 07Aug16


In Memory Of
JOSEPH EATLY
[circa 1748 -     ]

Joseph EATLY was a resident of St Marylebone, London England.

Joseph married Elizabeth.

Joseph and Elizabeth had at least one child

William [1768 -    ] 

Birth Reference:  ~
Baptism Reference:  IGI Batch No. C035241
Marriage Reference
Death Reference: 
Burial Reference: ~
Cause of Death: ~

Update: 07 Aug16


In Memory Of
JOSHUA EATLY
[circa 1755]

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       From Pennsylvania, a private listed in the Revolutionary War Service Records 1775-83.

 Update: 11Aug16


In Memory Of
JOSEPH EATLEY
[circa 1767 -    ]

Joseph EATLEY was a resident of Coventry Warwickshire, England.

Joseph married Hannah WHITWORTH on 28th May 1787 at the church of St Michael, Coventry.  

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Marriage Reference:  IGI batch No M021412
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Update: 07 Aug16


In Memory Of
JOSEPH EATLY
[circa 1782 -    ]:

Joseph EATLY was a resident of   Margam, Neath, Wales.

Joseph  married Rachel BRYANT on 12 May 1802 at Margam.

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Marriage Reference ;   Index of The Federation of Family History Societies (FFHS)
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Update: 11Aug16


In Memory Of 
JOSEPH EATLY
[1854 -    ]

Joseph  EATLEY was born in the  September quarter  of 1854 in Nantwich, Cheshire, England.  His mother's maiden name is shown as ANDERSON.

Birth Reference: GRO Reference: 1854  September Quarter in NANTWICH  Volume 08A  Page 269


In Memory Of
JULIA MARTHA HOLLIER EATLY
[1863 - 1873]

Julia Martha Hollier EATLY was born on 13th November 1863 at  26, Model Cottages, New Windsor, Berkshire, England, the daughter of Benjamin EATLY [1830 - 1908] and Sophia BALL [1828 - 1894].

Julia appears in the 1871 Census of 2nd April  as  a 7 year old scholar living with her parents and eight siblings at 14 Flood Street Chelsea.

Julia Martha Hollier EATLY died in Chelsea, London in 1873 aged 9 years. 

Birth Reference: GRO  Dec 1863 Windsor Volume 2c Page 426.      IGI Member submission & 1871 Census  RG10; Piece: 75; Folio: 82; Page: 33
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Death Reference: GRO  Dec 1873 Chelsea Volume 1a Page 182
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Update: 11Aug16



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