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Edward WYMAN

Male Abt 1844 - 1915  (~ 71 years)

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  • Name Edward WYMAN 
    Born Abt 1844  Edmonton, Middlesex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Reference Number 3655 
    _UID 38E0EF44E63049F6AC14D12F5D15F41FE5F5 
    Died Mar 1915  Edmonton RD Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • 1881 census: at 9 Hyde Terrace, The Hyde, Edmonton (all WYMAN), Edward (head, 37, builders labourer, born Edmonton), Ann (wife, 31, born Edmonton), William* (son, 12, born Edmonton), Pamela (daughter, 8, scholar, born Tottenham), Edward (6, scholar, born Tottenham), Frederick (son, 4, born Tottenham), Alfred (son, 2, born Tottenham) and George (1, born Edmonton).

      * I think William must have been Ann's illegitimate son. If he was 12 when the 1881 census was done, the birth year suggested is 1868 or 1869. The birth of a William Minter took place on 13 March 1870 in the Edmonton Union Workhouse, no father shown, mother Annie Minter. Annie was the registration informant on 22 March 1870: she marked, and gave Union Workhouse, Edmonton as her address. Although I can't find Ann or Annie in the Edmonton Union Workhouse at the time of the 1871 census, it's where her father was.
      Later: I've now found an 1871 census entry which almost certainly refers to Ann ("Anny") and her son William. The entry is indexed by as MINTEN:
      in Barrowfield Lane, Edmonton, Middlesex, as lodgers with Robert & Rebecca DAVIS and family, Anny MINTER, unmarried, 20, born Edmonton and William MINTER (1, born Edmonton).

      Until further evidence suggests the above is wrong, I'm treating William as Ann's son.

      1891 census: at 2 Wooden Cotts, Barrow Field Lane, Edmonton (all WYMAN), Edward (head, 47, general labourer, born Herts NK), Annie (wife, 41, born Edmonton), William (son, 21, sawyers labourer, born Edmonton), Pamela (daughter, 18, cartright factory hand, born Tottenham), Edward (17, general labourer, born Tottenham), Frederick (son, 15, general labourer, born Tottenham), Alfred (son, 13, scholar, born Tottenham), George (11, scholar, born Edmonton, dumb), Thomas (son, 9, scholar, born Edmonton), Annie (daughter, 4, born Edmonton), Maud (daughter, 4, born Edmonton) and John (son, 3 months, born Edmonton).

      1901 census: at 144 St Mary's Rd, Edmonton (all WYMAN), Edward (head, 57, general labourer, born Edmonton), Annie (wife, 53, born Edmonton), Alfred (son, 23, general labourer, born Tottenham), George (21, general labourer, born Edmonton, deaf & dumb), Tom (son, 17, general labourer, born Edmonton), Annie (daughter, 15, factory hand, born Edmonton), Maud (daughter, 12, born Edmonton) and Jack (son, 11, born Edmonton).

      1911 census: at 34 St Mary's Rd, Edmonton (3 rooms) (all WYMAN), Edward (head, 68, general labourer, born Edmonton), Annie (wife, 63, married 40 years, 13 children, 9 living 4 dead, washer, born Edmonton), George (27, single, general labourer, born Edmonton) and John (son, 20, general labourer, born Edmonton, dumb).
    Person ID I3655  Ash, Kent
    Last Modified 4 Apr 2016 

    Family Ann Minter,   b. Sep 1850, Edmonton, Middlesex Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Sep 1925, Edmonton RD Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 75 years) 
    Married Sep 1874  Edmonton RD Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Last Modified 2 Apr 2016 
    Family ID F795  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Sources 
    1. [S3] BMD index, aged 71, Q1 1915 Edmonton 3a/894. (Reliability: 3).

    2. [S3] BMD index (Reliability: 3).
      Q3 1874 Edmonton 3a/299.