68. George John Adey Mynett (Elizabeth Adey , John , Daniel , John , John , John ).
George married Eliza ?.
They had the following children:
95 F i Jessie Maud Mynett was born in 1862 in Chelsea. Jessie married William Mears in 1889 in Kensington.
79. Edward Linnell Adey (Edward , Daniel , Daniel , John , John , John ) was born in 1835 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. He died in Sep 1894 in Nottingham.
The 1841 census shows 5 year old Edward living with his parents in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire.
The 1851 census shows Edward living in High Street, St Paul, Bedford in the home of William Cuttrips a chemist and druggist. Edward's occupation is given as apprentice.
According to family tradition Edward was a pharmacist known to have practised at Warwick and Hornsey, in 1858 his occupation is given as photographer.
The 1861 census shows Edward and Bertha living in High Street, St Mary, Warwick. His occupation is given as chemist and druggist.
The London Gazette 11th March 1862 includes the following advertisement:
Edward Linnell Adey of No. 14 Camden Terrace West, Camden Town, in the County of Middlesex, out of business, and late of High Street, Warwick, in the county of Warwick, Chemist and Druggist, having been adjudged bankrupt, under a petition for adjudication of Bankruptcy, filed in the County Court of Warwickshire, holden at Warwick on the 1st day of March 1862, is hereby required to surrender himself to Francis Tibbits, the Registrar, of the said Court, at the first meeting of creditors to be held before the said Registrar, on the 22nd day of March instant, at three o'clock in the afternoon precisely, at the Offices of the said Court, Warwick. Francis Tibbits, the Registrar of the said Court, is the Official Assignee and Mr. Thomas Snape, of Warwick, is the Solicitor acting in the bankruptcy.
The London Gazette 26 October 1869 includes the following advertisement:
Edward Linnell Adey, formerly of No. 1 Acacia Cottages, New Road, Hornsey, in the county of Middlesex, now of 5 Willow Walk, Hornsey, aforesaid, Clerk to Wholesale Druggist, having been adjudged bankrupt under a Petition
for adjudication of Bankruptcy, filed in Her Majesty's Court of Bankruptcy, in London, on 16th of September 1869, a public sitting, for the said bankrupt to pass his last Examination, and make application for his Discharge, will be held before James Bacon Esq., a Commissioner of the said Court, on the 29th day of November next, at Basinghall Street, in the City of London, at twelve o'clock, at noon precisely, the day last aforesaid being the day limited for the said bankrupt to surrender. Mr George John Graham, of No. 25 Coleman Street, London, is the Official Assignee, and Mr J. B. Pittman, of No. 6 Guildhall Chambers, London, is the Solicitor acting in the bankruptcy.
At the time of the 1871 census Edward was living at 13 Grange Road, Highbury, his occupation is shown as chemist and agent. His wife and 3 daughters are shown living with him.
Shown in 1881 census as living with his wife, 3 daughters and 2 female lodgers at 2 Augusta Place, New Windsor, Surrey. Occupation given as Commercial Traveller. The 1881 register of voters confirms this address.
At the time of the 1891 census Edward was living at New road, Egham, Windsor, his occupation is shown as Commission Agent and his wife and daughter Bertha were living with him.
Edward married Bertha Ann Hurrin in 1857 in Shoreditch. Bertha was born in 1833 in South Borough, Tonbridge Wells, Kent.
They had the following children:
96 F i Bertha Mary Charlotte Adey was born in 1864 in Islington, London. She died in 1890 in Fareham.
Bertha was living with Rev William Thomas at time of 1881 census giving her occupation as helper. According to family tradition she was a housekeeper to Briton Riviere (a British Painter 1840-1920).
At the time of the 1891 census Bertha was living at home with her mother and father, her occupation is given as school pupil teacher.
Bertha married Henry Smith in 1888 in Hampstead, Middlesex. 97 F ii Florence Adey was born in 1869 in Hornsey, Middlesex. 98 F iii Gertrude Adey was born in 1871 in Islington, Middlesex. 99 F iv Edith Hilda Adey was born in 1873 in Windsor, Berkshire.
At the time of the 1901 census Edith was a visitor at Cherry Orchard, Staines, her occupation is shown as worker. She was visiting the home of Joseph W Gar a 47 year old tin manufacturer from Walthamstowe who lived with his wife, son and mother in law.
Edith married John George L or William George L Gare in 1903 in London.
80. John Daniel Adey (Edward , Daniel , Daniel , John , John , John ) was born on 7 Jul 1838 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. He died on 11 May 1930.
John who was born in Leighton Buzzard, he injured his eyes in a sandpit as a child. He was a butcher in Leighton Buzzard (possibly training in Watford).
At the time of the 1861 he was living with his parents at Leck Street, Leighton Buzzard.
The Leighton Buzzard Observer for 7th April included an announcement of the birth of a daughter on 19th March 1863 to the wife of John Daniel Adey of Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire.
The Post Office Trade Directory of Leighton Buzzard 1864 lists John Adey of Lake Street as a butcher. About 1870 John moved to Brighton where he worked for Blackie & Sons as a debt collector.
At the time of the 1871 census John, his wife and children were living at 19 St Pauls Street, Brighton. Johns occupation is given as deliverer for Messrs Blackie & Son.
According to the 1881 Census his occupation was Commercial Traveller, his address was 8 Wakefield Road, Brighton, Sussex. His wife and his 8 children born before 1881 were living with him. John was involved in local preaching from 1860 to 1890.
Kelly's Directories of Sussex 1890 and 1891 give John's address as 24 Upper Lewes Road, Brighton.
At the time of the 1891 census John was lving at 24 Upper Lewes Road, Brighton, his occupation is given as debt collector. Aslo living in the house were his daughters Esther and Beatrice, his sons Edward Henry and Frank, his mother Mary and Martha a 24 year old general servant from Reading.
The 1901 census shows John as a debt collector living at 66 Elder Street, Brighton with his wife Isabella (aged 59), his granddaughter Edith B Batchelor (aged 8) his son in law Frederick Bonurch (aged 23) a general labourer and his daughter Emily Bonurch (aged 19) an ironer at a laundry.
Family tradition says that he deteriorated after the death of his wife but there are records of 2 further marriages for John Daniel Adey of Brighton these being to Isabella Valentine Batchelor then to Lilly Payne.
The 1911 census shows John Daniel Adey (retired commercial traveller) and Isabella Adey (wife) living at Crop Cottages, Nutley, Uckfield.
John married (1) Lucy George on 12 Feb 1862 in Trinity Church, Marylebone. Lucy was born on 26 Nov 1842 in Bicester, Oxford. She died on 20 Nov 1890 in Brighton.
The George family are alleged to be descendants of George Villiers, The Duke of Buckingham.
John and Lucy had the following children:
100 F i Mary Elizabeth Adey was born on 19 Mar 1863 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. She died in 1943.
Marys birth was announced in The Leighton Buzzard Observer on 7th April 1863 - Birth of a daughter on Wednesday 19th March 1863, at Leighton Buzzard, Beds. to the wife of Mr John Daniel Adey.
At the time of the 1881 Census Mary was a Milliner living with her parents at 8 Wakefield Road, Brighton, Sussex.
At the time of the 1901 census Mary was living with her husband Thomas H Nye at 22 Westbourne Villas, St Leonards, Sussex.
Mary married Thomas Henry Nye in 1882 in Brighton. Thomas was born in 1861 in Brighton, Sussex.
At the time of the 1901 census Thomas gave his occupation as Coal Merchant. He was living at 22 Westbourne Villas, Lewes with his wife, Caroline Pierce (his niece) a 26 year old commercial clerk from Brighton, Mabel R L Adey (Mary's sister), Richard G Pierce (ward) a 20 year old Architects Assistant from Brighton and Annie Cody (servant) aged 20, born in the USA but a British subject.
+ 101 F ii Lucy Annie Adey 102 F iii Esther Alice Adey was born on 20 Jun 1868 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. She died on 12 Jun 1937.
At the time of the 1881 Census Esthers occupation was shown as Board School Monitress.
At the time of the 1891 census Esther is living with her parents and her occupation is given as dressmaker.
Kelly's Directory of Sussex for 1899 shows Miss Esther Adey, dressmaker living at 114 Uppers Lewes Road, Brighton.
At the time of the 1901 census Esther was living with her sister Florence at 14 Edburton Avenue, Brighton. She looked after her father with devoted care during his declining years and did not marry.
+ 103 M iv Edward Henry Adey 104 M v John William Linnell Adey was born in 1872 in Brighton, Sussex. He died in 1888 in Brighton, Sussex.
In the 1881 Census John is recorded as John W.S. Adey rather than John W.L. Adey, this could simply be a transcription error. He died in an accident aged 18.
+ 105 M vi Frank George Adey + 106 F vii Beatrice Maud Adey + 107 F viii Florence Lilian Adey + 108 F ix Mabel Rebbie Linnell Adey
John married (2) Lilly Payne on 13 Aug 1892 in Brighton Register Office. Lilly was born in 1868.
Before marrying John Daniel Lilly lived at 21 Devonshire Place, Brighton.
The 1881 census shows a Lilly A Payne, aged 15, born Polegate, Sussex as a general servant living with the family of William Stehelin at 20 St Annes Crescent, Lewes, Sussex.
A Lilly Adey married in Chorlton, Lancashire, is this the missing Lilly?
John married (3) Isabella Valentine Batchelor in 1899 in Brighton. Isabella was born in 1842 in Brighton, Sussex.
At the time of the 1881 census and of her marriage to John Isabella was a widowed needlewoman.
82. Rev William Thomas Adey (Edward , Daniel , Daniel , John , John , John ) was born on 19 Dec 1844 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. He died on 5 Dec 1925 in Lympstone, Devon. He was buried in Kingsbridge Municipal Cemetery.
William Thomas became a Christian in early youth, he was baptisted by his father and devoted himself to Sunday School work and evangelistic labours in the surrounding hamlets.
The 1851 census shows William a 5 year old scholar living at his parents home North East Leck Street, Leighton Buzzard.
Family tradition says that he trained as either a printers apprentice and this is confirmed by the 1861 census which shows William living at home with his parents and gives his occupation as printers apprentice.
He attended Regents Park Baptist College from 1862 to 1866.
His ministry began at Darlington 1866 where for 4 years he was co pastor with the Rev Peter Grant.
In 1870 he was invited to Burley Road, Leeds where he found a Mission Hall which he converted to a church. He was instrumental in building the next church there and he remained at Burley Road for 9 years.
The 1871 census shows William, Sarahanne and Ellen living at 2 Hyde Park Road, Burley, Leeds with 1 servant.
A 12 page booklet entitled The Cup that Stings: The Substance of a Sermon by William Thomas Adey was published in 1872.
In 1873 William Thomas preached a sermon drawing attention to the so called coffin ships. The sermon was attended by Samuel Plimsoll MP who then invented the Plimsoll Line which was instigated by The Merchant Shipping Act in 1876.
He was called to Albermarle Chapel Scarborough 1879 and he remained there for 5 years.
He was living at Alfred Villa, Falsgrave, York at time of 1881 census with his wife 6 children, niece and 1 servant. Whilst William was in Scarborough Adey's Popular Guide to Scarborough was compiled, presumably produced by him. The British Library has a copy of the fourth yearly issue 1887-88, the publishers were Alexander & Shepheard, London and E C Sampson, York.
While William Thomas was at Scarborough C H Spurgeon was minister at what is now the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London. His preaching was so popular that large halls were hired and crowds as large as 10,000 attended. His sermons could still be found on the internet in 2005, included in the archives of The Sword and the Trowel Magazine, and one refers to a telegram and a letter received from William Thomas. The telegram which is from Mr Mesquitta and Mr Adey reads "Glorious time yesterday. Chapels full. Albert Hall overflowing. Three thousand at circus." The letter reads "We expect today to have to shift our quarters to more commodious premises for the noon meetings, at which we have had every day 500 of the best Christians in Scarborough, drawn from the ranks of the Society of Friends, and the Evangelical churches, as well as from our Nonconformist places. We have had to alter our advertisements, to burn our handbills, to run short of books, to cover our posters, and, finally, to engage the large circus for nearly all our meetings, with the certainty of its being vastly too small for us God has given us a very rich blessing. The thing is growing. An excellent spirit pervades the town just now. The season is over: people are more at liberty, and everything seems to fit in a providential manner. We love the men very much, and are the joyful witnesses of their faithful testimony. Fullerton fastens with an iron grasp on primary truths, and makes them fall like axes at the roots of the trees. There is great variety in his subjects, as well as methods. A sermon of his on 'Regeneration', delivered apparently without over-strained effort, could hardly have been excelled by Jonathan Edwards for the awful sense of solemn need produced in the first half of the discourse, or for the sweet relief which came to us when he led us to the serpent uplifted in the latter part of his most textual exposition. I am wearying you, but I must in justice to Mr Smith say that his pathos and simplicity, together with his gifts of music and song, seem to complete the equipment - well, of this apostolic pair of preachers. I begin to wish that we all went in twos, for these preachers preach to each other. They are not eremites like us, but brethren. - Yours most truly, Wm Thos Adey." Scarborough Circus was a large, newly built theatre in Scarborough.
In 1884 he moved to the heart of East London as minister at Commercial Street, Whitechapel where he held services at 11am and 8.30pm. According to the Daily News, which regularly listed "Preachers for To-morrow" he sometimes preached at the East London Tabernacle, Burdett Road. Assuming that he produced Adey's Popular Guide to Scarborough his address at this time was 15 Victoria Park Road, London E.
In 1887 he moved to Haven Green, Ealing and then in 1893 to Kingsbridge, Devon where he stayed until his retirement in 1908.
A 23 page booklet entitled Master and Brethren: A Sermon Delivered at Ealing, December 4th 1887 by William Thomas Adey was published in 1887.
On Sunday 16th April 1899 as part of the Centenary services William delivered an address "The Story of The Past" and on the evening of Tuesday 18th April he read a detailed history pf the Church from 1640 - 1899. This reading was later published by the Deacons and an updated version was produced in 1940 with additions by Rev L J Stones.
In 1889 The Albion Reciters Sunday School Readings, Recitations and Dialogues was published by Frederick Warne & Co, this book was edited by Rev Wm Thomas Adey of Haven Green, Ealing and it includes several pieces of his work. The preface mentions Robert Raikes and Rev John Adey.
At the time of the 1891 census William was lving at 49 Mount Park road, Ealing with his wife Sarahanne, his daughters Ellen Eliza, Jessie and Elsie and his sons William and Francis. The family had one domestic servant 19 year old Kate Trelawney from Cranford, Middlesex.
Ecclesiastical Intelligence in The Times for November 6th 1893 announced his appointment as minister of Kingsbridge Church, Devon. According to a statement by The Baptist Union at this time William was one of 1,473 Baptist Ministers in the UK and one of 30,546 Baptist Ministers in Europe, Asia, Africa, America and Australia.
The British Library has a copy of a 36 page book Adey's Abbey Guide - Brief history of Kirkstall Abbey from its foundation to its dissolution, published in 1897 by J W Bean & son of Leeds which was almost certainly written by William Thomas.
In December 1899 William presented his daughter Ellen with a bible, the front page includes the following note: To our dear Nelly from her father and mother with their loving wishes for a Happy New Year for herself and her dear ones for the year 1900 - Leighton House, Kingsbridge, England, Dec 1899.
At the time of the 1901 census he was visiting the home of Benjamin William Hayman (aged 62) a general draper shop keeper at 42 High Street, Totnes, Devon. His home address was The Quay, Leighton House, Kingsbridge, Totnes.
According to family tradition William was a hymmwriter, naturalist and a bee keeper. He visited factories and public houses and discovered a cure for Isle of Wight bee disease
The British Library has a copy of a book written by him in 1903 "All about Kingsbridge & Salcombe. A new and practical illustrated guide". Copies of this book can also be found in the Devon County Council Archives, and in the Museum of English Rural Life (University of Reading) amongst a bundle of papers from Edward Arthur Elliot (Clergyman) 1890 - 1959. In 1889 Frederick Warne & Co published "Sunday School Readings, Recitations and Dialogues" edited by the Rev Wm Thomas Adey of Haven Green, Ealing.
On 13th September 1904 his mothers bible was seized by officers of the law to satisfy a claim under the Education Act which William refused to pay on consientious grounds. His hand written note in the bible states that he believed the demand to be a revival of the old Church Rate under another name. He felt that it was an attempt to bring again the country under the dominion of priestcraft by capturing the children of protestants and nonconformists and exposing them to sacerdotal influence in the schools of the nation. William signed the note in the bible as president of the Local Citizens League. His address at this time was Leighton House, Kingsbridge, Devon.
The 1911 census shows William Thomas Adey (widower, baptist minister), Jessie Louisa Adey (daughter), Elsie Adey (daughter) and Evelyn Hannaford (general domestic servant) living at Leighton House, Kingsbridge.
He was called out of retirement to be Honorary Pastor at Prewett Street, Bristol 1913-1921. According to a 1902 Ordnance Survey Map and Wrights Street Directory Prewett Street Baptist Church was on the left side of the street coming from St Mary Redcliffe Church with a builders yard on one side and a chemical manure manufacturer on the other. It was faced by two pubs and a shop. Services were held on Sundays at 11.00am and 6.30pm and on Thursdays at 7.30pm.
In 1921 he retired again to Lympstone, Devonshire where the "home-call" came on 5th December 1925. In 2008 a cottage named Leighton Cottage was found in Longmeadow Road, Lympstone, perhaps this is where William lived. There is no trace of the Adey family in Lympstone in Kelly's Directory of Devon 1923 but it is possible that the information was compiled while they were living in Bristol.
The book Memorials of Old Devonshire published in 1904, written by Frederick John Snell, includes a chapter named Peter Pindar; the Thersites of Kingsbridge, which was contributed by the Rev W. T. Adey.
His obituary in the 1927 Baptist Handbook states that he was a preacher of considerable power and always took a leading part in Association work. He retained into his old age his student habits and his keen interest in literature and social movements.
William married Sarahanne Prior in 1868 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. Sarahanne was born in 1845 in Brigginton, Leighton, Bedford. She died in 1911. She was buried in Kingsbridge Municipal Cemetery.
At the time of the 1901 census Sarah was living at The Quay, Leighton House, Kingsbridge, Devon with Jessie, Elsie and a 20 year old servant named Bertha Moore.
William and Sarahanne had the following children:
+ 109 F i Ellen Eliza Adey 110 F ii Mary Christabel Adey was born in 1871 in Leeds, Yorkshire. She died in 1944.
At the time of the 1901 census, Mary, occupation hospital nurse, was living at Cranford, 6 The Parks, Minehead as a nurse caring for Isabella Middleton aged between 80 and 90.
+ 111 M iii William Stanley Adey 112 M iv Francis Prior Adey was born in 1874 in Leeds, Yorkshire. He was buried in Kingsbridge Municipal Cemetery.
At the time of the 1891 census Francis is living at home with his parents, his occupation is given as railway clerk.
Family tradition say that Francis (known as Frank) went to West America and lost contact with the family. There is also a story that after a long absence he staggered into a camp one day then disappeared into the desert never to be seen again. It has not been possible to find any trace of him in America and other stories tell of him joining the Foreign Legion.
A Francis P Adey died in Cardiff in 1927.
113 M v Edward Clifford Adey was born in 1877 in Leeds, Yorkshire.
At the time of the 1891 census Edward was living at 14 Wellington Road, Heigham, Norwich as a 14 year old printers apprentice. He was living with the family of Charles Gallpew a printer.
There is no trace of Edward in the 1901 UK census.
In 1912 Edward was in Partnership with John Harold Webb as Webb and Adey Stationers, Printers and Booksellers and they went bankrupt. His had 2 addresses at this time 27 Bedford Street and 3 Frankfort Lane, Plymouth.
114 F vi Jessie L Adey was born in 1878 in Leeds, Yorkshire. She died in 1914 in St, Thomas, Devon.
Jessie was living with her parents in Kingsbridge at the time of the 1901 census. Her occupation is given as "own account working at home".
She died in the June quarter of 1914 in the registration district of St Thomas, Exeter, Devon.
+ 115 M vii Percy Linnell Adey 116 F viii Elsie Adey was born in 1880 in Scarborough, Yorkshire. She died on 28 Nov 1968 in Vancouver. She was buried on 3 Dec 1968 in Mountain View Cemetery/Crematorium Vancouver.
Elsie was living with her parents in Kingsbridge at the time of the 1901 census. Her occupation is given as "own account working at home".
She moved to Canada in about 1928.
Elsie Adey Herrman of 3173 West 11th Avenue, Vancouver, widow aged 88 died 28th November 1968, she was cremated on 3rd December 1968 at Mountain View Cemetery/Crematorium Vancouver. The undertakers were Simmons and McBride of Vancouver and her death was registered by the "Public Trustee"
Elsie married Conrad Albert Herrmann. Conrad was born in 1884. He died on 6 Oct 1956.
84. Eliza Adey (Daniel Francis , Daniel , Daniel , John , John , John ) was born on 13 May 1840 in 44 Upper Berkeley Street, Marylebone. She died on 13 Mar 1912 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
At the time of the 1881 census Eliza was living at 11 Looms Lane, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk with her husband Alfred Dresser (aged 49, Builder employing 7 men and 1 boy), her sons John Adey Dresser (aged 11), Frank Dresser (aged 7), Norman H Dresser (aged 5) and Catherine Prilly a 16 year old general domestic servant from Bury St Edmunds.
Eliza married Alfred Woodruff Dresser son of John Dresser and Julianna Gooch in 1865 in Middlesex. Alfred was born in Dec 1831 in Kensington, Middlesex. He was christened on 8 Dec 1831 in Hornton Street Independant Church. He died on 5 Feb 1912 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He was buried in Feb 1912 in Ross Bay Cemetery, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Alfred was the son of John Dresser a draper born in Middlesex on 25th May 1810 and Julianna Gooch who was born c1812, married c1830 and died 1851.
At the time of the 1851 census 19 year old Alfred was living with Rev John Adey at 19 Surrey Square, his relationship is given as nephew and his occupation is given as architect.
At the time of the 1871 census Alfred was living at 25 Lozenby Square, St. Giles, Camberwell with his wife and his eldest son. Alfreds occupation is given as quantity surveyor.
At the time of the 1881 census Alfreds occupation is given as builder, employing 7 men and 1 boy.
Later Alfred moved to British Columbia, Canada where he took many photographs which are in the British Columbia Archives.
Alfred and Eliza had the following children:
117 M i John Adey Dresser was born on 27 Mar 1870 in Peckham, Surrey. He died on 2 Sep 1957 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He was buried in Sep 1957 in Ross Bay Cemetery, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 118 M ii Frank Dresser was born on 12 Oct 1872 in Boxley, Hampshire, England. He died on 16 Jun 1949 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He was buried in Jun 1949 in Masonic Cemetery, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. 119 M iii Norman H Dresser was born in 1876 in Peckham, Surrey. 120 M iv Stanley Dresser was born in 1878 in Middlesex, England. He died on 14 Jan 1893 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
85. Emily Jane Adey (Daniel Francis , Daniel , Daniel , John , John , John ) was born in 1847.
Emily married William George Stokes on 18 Feb 1871 in Baptist Chapel, Flinders Street, Adelaide.
They had the following children:
121 M i William Frances Stokes was born on 29 Nov 1871 in Adelaide, South Australia. 122 F ii Marion Jane Stokes was born on 3 Jul 1873 in Adelaide, South Australia. 123 F iii Fanny Lillian Stokes was born on 3 Jun 1875 in Kent Town. 124 M iv George Norman Adey Stokes was born on 16 Apr 1877 in Kent Town. 125 M v Stanley Spicer Stokes was born on 29 May 1879 in Kent Town. 126 M vi George Frank Stokes was born on 1 Jun 1881 in Adelaide, South Australia. 127 F vii Emily Steller Stokes was born on 10 Oct 1882 in Kent Town. 128 M viii Frank John Stokes was born on 18 Sep 1885 in Kent Town. 129 F ix Caroline Elsie Irene Stokes was born on 19 Jan 1888 in Kent Town.
86. Fanny Adey (Daniel Francis , Daniel , Daniel , John , John , John ) was born on 25 Oct 1849 in South Australia.
Fanny married Thomas Horrocks on 20 Oct 1877 in Trinity Church, Adelaide.
They had the following children:
130 M i Frank Thomas Horrocks was born on 8 Sep 1878 in Port Pirie, South Australia. 131 M ii Ernest John Horrocks was born on 26 May 1880 in Port Pirie, South Australia. 132 M iii Alfred Adey Horrocks was born on 7 Mar 1882 in Port Pirie, South Australia. 133 M iv John Lindsay Horrocks was born on 3 May 1884 in Port Pirie, South Australia. 134 F v Florence Emily Horrocks was born on 12 Jul 1886 in Port Pirie, South Australia.
87. Albertina Adey (Daniel Francis , Daniel , Daniel , John , John , John ) was born on 21 May 1854 in Adelaide, South Australia.
Albertina married Lindsay Humphrys Beauchamp on 24 Dec 1883 in Congregational Church, Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide.
They had the following children:
135 F i Marion Jane Beauchamp was born on 9 Sep 1885 in Southwark. 136 F ii Letty Beauchamp was born on 26 Jul 1887 in North Adelaide. 137 F iii Eva Beauchamp was born on 17 Sep 1889 in North Adelaide. 138 M iv Lindsay Humphrys Beauchamp was born on 16 Jan 1892 in North Adelaide. 139 M v Percy Aylmer Beauchamp was born on 27 Oct 1894 in Edwardstown.
92. Richard John Adey (Richard , John , Richard , Richard , John , John ) was born in 1829 in Gloucester. He died in 1896 in Moor Villa, Edge. He was buried on 25 May 1896 in Edge Church.
Richard John Adey was sometimes known as John Richard Adey.
At the time of the 1851 census Richard John Adey (aged 21, landowner from Gloucester) was a visitor in a house in Dymock.
The 1861 census shows Richard (occupation farmer) living at Ifold Farm, Painswick with 1 servant.
The Gloucester Journal 28th November 1868 included a birth announcement - Nov 22 at Hould Farm, Painswick, the wife of Mr Richard Adey, of twin sons. It seems likely that this should read Ifold Farm.
At the time of the 1871 census Richard whose occupation is given as farmer was living Moor Villa with his wife Hester and Eliza Bennett.
The 1873 Return of Property Owners for the County of Gloucestershire shows that Richard owned over 62 acres of land in the county worth an annual rent of over £128.
At the time of the 1881 census he lived in Moor Villa with his wife and Eliza Bennett a 37 year old general domestic servant. His occupation is given as retired farmer. Moor Villa was originally built around 1750, it was later called "Moorlands". At some time a fire destroyed the central part of the house which was rebuilt. The house was sold again in the early 2000s and was then renamed Edge Lane House.
At the time of the 1891 census Richard, retired farmer is shown living with his wife and Eliza Bennett at Moor Villa.
According to page 244 of The Painswick Register 1890-1899 John Richard Adey died on 20th May 1896 at his residence Moor Villa, the Edge, where it is believed he had lived more than 20 years. He had previously lived at Highfold Farm (orginally Ifold Farm), which belonged to him, and which for some years he kept in hand. For many years he filled the office of Vicar's Churchwarden at the Edge, and he was on several occasions elected as one of the Painswick Way Wardens. These offices he was obliged to relinquish on account of ill health, and during the last two years he was confined to his house by paralysis. After long suffering, patiently borne, he died, respected by many, at the age of 67 years.
In 2007 no trace could be found of a tombstone for Richard in the Edge churchyard.
Richard married Hester Ann Clifford daughter of Charles Clifford and Sarah Summers. Hester was born in 1826/1827 in Painswick. She died in 1901. She was buried on 3 Jul 1901 in Edge Church.
The 1901 census shows Hester Adey aged 75 of Painswick living on own means at Back Lane, Edge with 1 servant Maria Gegg (aged 36 from Seven Springs).
Richard and Hester had the following children:
140 M i Unknown Adey was born on 22 Nov 1868 in Painswick.
Birth of twin sons announced in Gloucester Journal 28 November 1868
141 M ii Unknown Adey was born on 22 Nov 1868 in Painswick.
Birth of twin sons announced in Gloucester Journal 28 November 1868
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