Fanny Harvey Edmonds

Author: D Duff
Date published: 25/03/2022

Fanny Harvey Edmonds  

She was born in 1833 in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, the daughter of Edward Ingram and Charlotte, nee Harvey. Her parents were the Master and Matron of Melksham Union Workhouse, Steeple Ashton.  By 1851 she was a pupil with her sister Adelaide in Hillingdon, Uxbridge Common, residing with Alexander and Martha Mavor. In 1860, she married Charles Edmonds in Melksham, Wiltshire and thay moved to Newbury. They had 4 children Florence Ingram (b. 1860), Albert Edward (b.1863), Charles (b.1866) and Walter Frank (b.1871).

She died on 1 February 1299 aged 65 years and was buried on 6 February 1899.

Sources: Census 1841 and 1851; Christening index; BMD IQ 1899 Death. For additional family information refer to the record of Charles Edmonds (1832-1909).
Mrs. P. Code NCh (A) 10, page 78.


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