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George Hay Edwards

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1815 Born in Lambeth, son of George Hay and Martha Edwards[1]

1841 Married Charlotte Bartlett in Islington[2]

1851 Living at 3 Union Place, Islington: George Hay Edwards (age 36 born Lambeth), Professor of Drawing and Stationer. With his wife Charlotte Edwards (age 28 born Clerkenwell) and their three children; Charlotte Edwards (age 8 born Islington); George Hay Edwards (age 5 born Islington); and Frederick Edwards (age 4 born Islington)[3]

1861 Living at 22 St. Paul's Place, Islington: George H. Edwards (age 46 born Lambeth), Civil Engineer. With his wife Charlotte Edwards (age 39 born Clerkenwell) and their three children; Charlotte Edwards (age 18 born Islington); George H. Edwards (age 15 born Islington); and John H. Edwards (age 8 born Islington).[4]

1864 Professional address: 24, Haymarket, London SW, joined Inst Civil Engineers as an Associate[5]

1871 Civil engineer, living in Islington with Charlotte Edwards 49, John H Edwards 18, Amey Edwards 7[6]

1891 Retired civil engineer, living in Putney with Charlotte Edwards 69, Amy Edwards 27[7]

1911 Living at 5 Upper Richmond Road, Putney Hill, Putney: George Hay Edwards (age 96 born Lambeth), Retired Civil Engineer and Widower.[8]

1912 Died in Wandsworth[9]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. BMD
  3. 1851 census
  4. 1861 census
  5. Civil Engineer Lists
  6. 1871 census
  7. 1891 census
  8. 1911 Census
  9. National Probate Calendar