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Edwin Banfield

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Edwin Banfield (c1813-1894) of the Elmfield Hotel, St. David's Hill, Exeter

1861 Living at Elmfield Cottages, Ag Lab. With his wife, five children and a niece.[1]

1871 Living at Red Cow Village, Licensed Victualler. With his wife and a daughter.[2]

1881 Living at Elmfield Hotel, St. David's, Exeter: Edwin Banfield (age 68 born Chadzoy, Soms.), Hotel Keeper and Blind. With his wife Ann, their son Douglas and his niece Sarah Sumner (age 50 born Leine), Hotel Manager.[3]

1891 Living at Elmfield Hotel, St. David's, Exeter: Edwin Banfield (age 78 born Bridgwater), Hotel Keeper and Blind and a Widower. With his niece Sarah Sumner (age 60 born Seend), Manageress.[4]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1871 Census
  3. 1881 Census
  4. 1891 Census