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Myra Elizabeth Webb

(born 1889 Enfield, Middlesex)

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Maternal grandmother: Elizabeth Cross (born 1839 Essex died 1888 Edmonton, Middlesex)   View NotesHide notes  

Daughter Sarah Fidler born out of wedlock, father Thomas Fidler (who died around the same time). She married Richard William Bray in 1867, Shoreditch. He died in 1869, aged 29 in Edmonton.

Maternal grandfather: Thomas Fidler (born 6 Sep 1835 Tinkfield, Wiltshire died 24 Nov 1861) (born Tinkfield, Wiltshire )   View NotesHide notes  

Thomas Fidler can be seen with his father in 1851 census, and was shown as born in Tinkfield, Wiltshire. Tinkfield appears to be a small area in Etchilhampton. See http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=102781

Died of typhoid fever while living at Water Lane, Cheshunt according to his death certificate

 

Paternal grandmother: Mary Vertue (born 1825 Lambeth, Surrey died 1922 Edmonton, Middlesex)  

married 9 Sep 1850 Kennington

Paternal grandfather: Frederick Webb (born 1825 Finsbury, Middlesex died 1915 Edmonton, Middlesex)   View NotesHide notes  

Profession Mathematical Instrument Maker and residence Harleyford Street in 1850 according to Marriage Certificate

 

Mother: Sarah Fidler (born 26 Apr 1862 Birmingham, Warwickshire died 17 Feb 1952 Enfield, Middlesex)  

married 1884 St. Geo. H. Sq.

Father Alfred Robert Webb (born 18 May 1861 Cripplegate, London died 28 May 1948 Edmonton, Middlesex)  


Sister: Ethel Carrie Webb (born 7.10.1894 Enfield, Middlesex died 10.1971 )   View NotesHide notes 3 children  

Ethel “was brought up in the Plymouth Brethren and was a Sunday School teacher before going to university. She graduated with 1st Class Honours in French at Somerville College, Oxford, in 1916. While on a travelling scholarship to Paris she met Don at the "Rue de Sevres Meeting" in January 1920 and they were married in September 1922. We have been told that Don first spotted Ethel on a bus in Paris and was so attracted by her that he followed the bus on his own bicycle. In 1924 they had their house Noonsun, 25, Churchfields, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, built to their own designs. Here their three children, Eirene, Rosalind and Peter were born. Ethel later obtained her Oxford M.A. and was an active academic all her life, mainly at the London University Institute of Education and as G.C.E. Chief Examiner. One person who has particularly made a point of telling me that he studied under her at the Institute is Mr. Southey, organiser of the Spring and Autumn concert seasons at Deal. Her nickname at the Institute of Education was Prudence, and her character in later life probably reflected the influence of the Plymouth Brethren in her childhood. Like her husband, she was an ardent pacifist.”

Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Husband: Donald Boyd Bearman (born 24.5.1890 Hackney N E died 8.1975 )   View NotesHide notes  

Donald “was educated at the Parmiters' School, Bethnal Green, and became a Chartered Accountant, although he once said that he would rather have done something literary with his life, like Charlie Carrington in his latter years (and cf. Tom Stutchbury Jnr.). Don was a keen Quaker and, like Tom Stutchbury Snr., a Fabian socialist.

During the 1st World War he was an absolute conscientious objector and spent much time in prison. In prison (1916-1919) the regime was very tough and he disliked recalling such unhappy memories in later life. He was severely restricted in how often he could write home, what he could write and how much. The letters survive and are written in minute writing to get more on a page. They say nothing about life in prison and consist entirely of his own philosophical thoughts.

Quakers hold meetings rather than services, so on a Sunday he was always off to meeting, where he would take his little notebook to remind him of the thoughts that had come to him during the week, which he would then share with others at the meeting. He was a colourful figure - six feet five inches tall and slim, quite a health fanatic and a strong believer in homeopathy. Most days, right up until his late seventies, he could be seen high up on his specially designed two-barred bicycle cycling down to the River Lea at Broxbourne, summer and winter, to swim. (It is only fair to add that the water was warmed by discharge from the power station upstream). He was keen on nudism - perhaps as a reaction against Victorian stuffiness towards sexual matters. The large extended garden and pool at Noonsun enabled him and his children (not his wife) to swim and sunbathe in the nude, and later in life he liked to visit nudist camps.

He had a tendency to have his head in the clouds - a trait which could be infuriating when practical family matters needed attention. His wife was the extreme opposite in this respect - very down-to-earth. As a young man after the War he travelled much in Europe and met Ethel Webb in Paris.”

Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Lived at 25 Churchfields, Broxbourne - Ancestry have phone records from 1941-1960.

Daughter: Eirene Myra (Pippa) Bearman (born 8.2.1926 Edmonton died 1982 Broxbourne)   View NotesHide notes  

Eirene “was always called "Pippa", because her father was so fond of Browning’s poem Pippa Passes. She trained as a nurse, working in London hospitals until she emigrated on a £10 ticket to New Zealand in about 1949. She met Stan Cave in the summer of 1953 on her return voyage from New Zealand, announcing her engagement on her arrival. After their marriage they both emigrated to Tasmania, where their three children, Christopher, Elizabeth and Nigel, were born.

They returned to England for the sake of their children’s education in 1961. They lived at 52, Hertford Road, Hoddesdon, although after Pippa’s death Stan moved to Hertford. Stan was a chain smoker and suffered badly from emphysema. He died on Christmas Day, 1996.”

Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Daughter: Rosalind April Bearman (born 23.4.1929 Edmonton died 3.2000 Rushcliffe)   View NotesHide notes  

“Rosalind ... read Social Science at the University College of Hull, where she met her husband-to-be, Robert Hammond. She worked as a Child Care Officer in London, married in 1953, and after living in Hoddesdon, Hemel Hempstead and Basildon, settled in Keyworth, near Nottingham. Robert taught Geography at Trent Polytechnic (now Nottingham Trent University) and Rosalind taught in a primary school for thirteen years. Their main interests in retirement, apart from travelling the world, are research into local history and promoting social justice - particularly in relation to Third World Countries - through Oxfam and similar institutions. Rosalind died of cancer in March 2000.”

Bearman Family tree by Dr. Frank Middlemiss

Son: Peter Frederick Boyd Bearman (born 11.4.1932 died 14.10.2012 Uckfield, East Sussex)  

Brother: Frederick Ernest Webb (born 1896 Enfield, Middlesex died 10.6.1918 Died in war)   View NotesHide notes  

 

Enlisted: Westminster

Residence: Enfield

Rank: Corporal

Regiment: Corps of Royal Engineers

Number: 113094

Theatre of war: Western European Theatre

Died: 10th June 1918

cause: Died of wounds

Comments: "F" SPEC. COY., R.E.

Source: Ancestry quoting Military-Genealogy.com

 

Fred’s last letter transcript (he died two days later):

8/6/18

Dear Ethel,

For twenty four hours political discussion and conjecture was the universal diversion here and then ceased as suddenly as it began. The immediate cause of its rise was the distribution of printed cards for the sequestration of “the mugs” under the Representation of the People Act (which will next October at the latest be instrumental in supersceding the Repression of the People act — otherwise DORA — [Defence of the Realm Act] by something more sane). The discussion which ensued was amusing for political ideas are rather like army jam at present — mixed. And it is to be hoped that those men of influence who do not hold highly salaried positions in the present government or are not so sychophantic as to sacrifice their nationality to their purses will see that the election is held on social and humanitarian issues instead of political. If it is political it will be a [farce?]. If the issue is for Knock out Blow or negotiations the

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war will not drag on its detested existence to mock and desecrate another Christmas.

However, from May to October is a long cry, and many things may happen between. In fact the papers hint at startling events at the present moment, more “victories” apparently only Fritz doesn't regard them in that light.

The weather has threatened to break again, but today has been sunny though fresh and of course we have been for our daily swim. We usually have one a day when we are down here unless the weather is unusually cold, and if it is decently warm the one becomes two or three. After all the salt water of last year I find swimming in fresh is quite difficult, though of course there are no waves to contend with.

The writer of “Two years before the mast” [Richard Henry Dana, Jr., 1840] (which I have been reading) continues to make you quite interested in the intricacies of a sailing ship and the problems of sea trade and transport before the era of the steamboat and steam labour saving machinery.

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Have you noticed how mainly the ideals of different writers — and of the same writer — are at varience concerning the best way of arranging if not a perfect, at least a more sane and stable system of life than has been evolved in the last half century? They drift towards the opposite poles of single self-sufficing existence on a basis of 40% of agriculture and a revival of farmhouse industries, and of highly complex civilisation in which manual labour in its unskilled sense has no place and old [??????] work is done mechanically. I think that H. G. Wells was right when he wrote (in the War in the Air)[see book as html ] that the only solution was entirely to destroy the existing [status?] — or rather give it room & time to compass its own destruction and allow a new system to evolve itself. And in our country at least this has happened & we don’t know how soon it will happen in others.

Well tea is just up so I suppose I had better leave off.

Quite well.

With best love.

Fred.

 


Husband: Arthur Huxley (born 1885 Burton on Trent, Staffordshire died 8.2.1950 Shardlow, Derbyshire)  

Daughter: Mary Ethel (Peggy) Huxley (born 7.6.1916 Derby died 10.1987 Coventry) 3 children   View NotesHide notes  

Met Vilda when she wanted to find a translator to help her read Heiner (German romantic poet) in the original German. Vilda however was not poetic!

Many thanks to Rothwell family tree by LeonLefcovitch on Ancestry

Husband: Wilhelm Franz Josef Frank (born 14.3.1915 Vienna died 3.4.1977 Coventry, Warwickshire)  

Son: John F K Frank (born 1944 Derby, Derbyshire )  

Daughter: Elizabeth A M Frank (born 1949 )  

Daughter: Felicity Rosalind Frank (born 1953 Derby, Derbyshire )  

Daughter: Margaret Elizabeth (Betty) Huxley (born 18.9.1920 Derby died 21.3.2005 Truro) 5 children  

Partner: Norman Harry Judd (born 30.4.1921 Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA died 6.8.2009 Truro, Cornwall)  

Daughter: Myra Judd (born 1949 )   View NotesHide notes  

Oddly, I cannot find a birth record for Myra. Perhaps Myra was a middle name?

There is also a record of a Norman Judd, age approximately the same as her father’s, travelling from New York to Southampton with a Muriel Judd, aged 1 on Ancestry. Perhaps this was Myra.

Son: Clinton Judd (born 1951 Derby )  

Son: Clive N Judd (born 1956 Worthing )  

Daughter: Frances M (Bay) Judd (born 1958 Worthing, Sussex )  

Son: Howard A Judd (born 1963 Worthing, Sussex )  



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1841 Princes Road, Lambeth, Lambeth Church 2nd, Surrey
  
Welch Georgiana F 35 1806
Welch Amy F 4 1837 Surrey
Welch James M 2 1839 Surrey
Doader Charlotte Ann F 65 1776
Virtue Mary F 15 1826 ???? Surrey 181
Jones Sarah F 15 1826 Companion Surrey

1841 Stebbing Barn End, Stebbing, Essex
  
Cross Stephen M 45 1796 Bricklayer Essex 441
Cross Sarah F 45 1796 Essex 442
Cross Sarah F 25 1816 Essex 443
Cross Ann F 20 1821 Essex 444
Cross Henry M 15 1826 Essex 445
Cross Mary Ann F 8 1833 Essex 446
Cross Walter M 5 1836 Essex 447
Cross Elizabeth F 2 1839 Essex 448
Cross Joseph M 80 1761 Essex 449

1851 86, North Side, Great Suffolk Street, Saint George The Martyr, Southwark, Surrey
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Webb Frederick Head Married M 26 1825 Journeyman Brass Finisher Finsbury, Middlesex 180
Webb Mary Wife Married F 27 1824 Norwood, Surrey 181

1851 9, Stepney Rents, Bethnal Green, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex
  
Fidler Thomas Head Married M 52 1799 Corn Dealer Wolverhampton, Wiltshire 497
Fidler Thomas Son M 15 1836 Tinkfield, Wiltshire 500

1861 24, Jewin Crescent, Cripplegate, London, London, Middlesex
  
Webb Mary Wife Married F 36 1825 Wife Of Engineer Norwood, Surrey 181
Webb Mary Ann Daughter Unmarried F 8 1853 St Giles Cripplegate 187
Webb Frederick Son M 6 1855 Scholar St Giles Cripplegate 184
Webb Emily Daughter F 4 1857 St Giles Cripplegate 185
Webb Ellen Daughter F 2 1859 St Giles Cripplegate 186
Fessenger Rose A Boarder Unmarried F 40 1821 Ludgate Hill
Macsweeney Walter Lodger Unmarried M 23 1838 Traveller Cork, Ireland
Coupland James Lodger Unmarried M 21 1840 Clerk Manchester
Coupland William Lodger Unmarried M 24 1837 Clerk Manchester

1861 Summer Hill East Side, Cheshunt, Middlesex
  
Cross Sarah Head Widow F 64 1797 Ealing, Essex 442
Cross Walter Son Married M 25 1836 Brick Layer & Plasterer Stebbing, Essex 447
Cross Matilda Son Wife Married F 25 1836 St Pancras, Middlesex 460
Cross Elizabeth Daughter Unmarried F 21 1840 Dressmaker Stebbing, Essex 448
Cross Richard Grandson M 3 1858 St Pancras, Middlesex 482
Cross Emma Sarah Granddaughter F 1 1860 St Pancras, Middlesex 461

1871 Enfield Highway, Enfield, Middlesex
  
Bray Elizabeth Head Widow F 31 1840 Dressmaker Essex, Stebbing 448
Bray Sarah Daughter F 9 1862 Scholar Birmingham 35
Foster Henry Visitor M 6 1865 Essex, Waltham ??
Foster Bertha Visitor F 5 1866 Essex, Waltham ??

1871 Green Street, Enfield, Middlesex
  
Webb Frederick Head M 46 1825 Toolmaker Finsbury, Middlesex 180
Webb Mary Wife F 46 1825 Norwood, Surrey 181
Webb Frederick Son M 16 1855 Machinist City of London 184
Webb Emily Daughter F 14 1857 Scholar City of London 185
Webb Ellen Daughter F 12 1859 Scholar City of London 186
Webb Alfred Son M 9 1862 Scholar City of London 34
Webb Caroline Daughter F 8 1863 Scholar Enfield, Middlesex 182
Webb William Son M 6 1865 Scholar Enfield, Middlesex 183

1881 33, Medcalf Rd, Enfield, Middlesex
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Calvert William Head Married M 38 1843 Smith In Gun Fac R S A Durham, Durham 483
Calvert Elizabeth Wife Married F 40 1841 Essex 448
Calvert Sarah Daughter Single F 19 1862 Enfield, Middlesex 35

1881 54, Medcalf Rd, Enfield, Middlesex
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Webb Frederick Head Married M 56 1825 Marine Engine Fitter Finsbury, Middlesex 180
Webb Mary Wife Married F 56 1825 Lambeth, Surrey 181
Webb Alfred Son Single M 19 1862 Gun Barrel Machinist In Fac London, Middlesex 34
Webb Caroline Daughter Single F 18 1863 Enfield, Middlesex 182
Webb William Son Single M 16 1865 Grocers Assistant Enfield, Middlesex 183

1891 10, Waterside Road, Stapenhill, Burton, Staffordshire
  
Huxley John Head Married M 35 1856 Blacksmith Chester, Cheshire 644
Huxley Mary Wife Married F 38 1853 Sutton Hall, Cheshire 643
Huxley Annie Daughter Single F 10 1881 Scholar Kidsgrove, Staffordshire 647
Huxley Nellie Daughter Single F 9 1882 Scholar Black Bull, Staffordshire 645
Huxley Arthur Son Single M 4 1887 Scholar Burton upon Trent, Staffordshir 631
Huxley George Son Single M 1 1890 Stapenhill, Derbyshire 646

1891 33, Hanby Terrace, Enfield, Middlesex
  
Webb Frederic Head Married M 66 1825 Engineer Fitter London 180
Webb Mary Wife Married F 66 1825 Norwood, Surrey 181
Webb Mary Ann Daughter Single F 38 1853 Dress Maker London 187
Webb Caroline Daughter Single F 28 1863 Enfield 182
Webb William Son Single M 26 1865 Machinist Gun Trade Enfield 183

1891 43, Medcalf Road, Enfield, Middlesex
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Webb Alfred R Head Married M 29 1862 Filer In Gun Trades London 34
Webb Sarah Wife Married F 28 1863 Birmingham 35
Webb Myra Daughter Single F 2 1889 Enfield, Middlesex 36
Kennan James E Boarder Single M 25 1866 Superintendent Of Gas Workers Ireland

1891 8, Tudor Road, Hackney, London
  
Bearman Thomas Head Married M 44 1847 Pastry Cook Hackney, London 18
Bearman Keturah Wife Married F 40 1851 Oxford 29
Bearman Kate Daughter Single F 14 1877 Scholar Hackney, London 129
Bearman Edith Daughter Single F 12 1879 Scholar Hackney, London 33
Bearman Hilda Daughter Single F 10 1881 Scholar Hackney, London 130
Bearman Elsie Nora Daughter Single F 8 1883 Scholar Hackney, London 30
Bearman Donald Benj Son Single M 0 1891 Hackney, London 31
Sandle Clara Visitor Single F 27 1864 Dressmaker Oxford 149

1901 23, Bakewell Street, Derby, Derbyshire
  
Huxley John Head Married M 45 1856 Engineer (Repairs) Chester, Cheshire 644
Huxley Mary Wife Married F 48 1853 Tatenhill, Staffordshire 643
Huxley Annie Daughter Single F 20 1881 Student Kidsgrove, Staffordshire 647
Huxley Nellie Daughter Single F 19 1882 Student Knipesley, Staffordshire 645
Huxley Arthur Son M 14 1887 Burton on Trent, Staffordshire 631
Huxley George Son M 11 1890 Stapenhill, Staffordshire 646
Windsor Frances Sister F 31 1870 Invoice Clerk Haughton, Cheshire 648

1901 33, Hanby Terrace (Enfield Lock), Enfield, Middlesex
  
Webb Fredrick Head Married M 76 1825 Retired Engineer R S A F Finsbury, London 180
Webb Mary Wife Married F 76 1825 Norwood, Surrey 181
Webb Mary A Daughter Single F 47 1854 Domestic London, Middlesex 187
Webb William Son Single M 36 1865 Gun Filer R S A F Enfield, Middlesex 183
Webb Caroline Daughter F 37 1864 Enfield, Middlesex 182

1901 8, Tudor Road, Hackney, London
  
Bearman Thomas Head Married M 54 1847 Retired Baker and Confectioner Hackney, London 18
Bearman Keturah Wife Married F 50 1851 Oxford, Oxfordshire 29
Bearman Kate Daughter Single F 24 1877 Hackney, London 129
Bearman Edith Daughter Single F 22 1879 Hackney, London 33
Bearman Hilda Daughter Single F 20 1881 Hackney, London 130
Bearman Elsie N Daughter Single F 18 1883 Hackney, London 30
Bearman Donald B Son Single M 10 1891 Hackney, London 31
Sandell Keziah Visitor Single F 38 1863 Oxford, Oxfordshire 131

1901 Fernlea, Allandale Road, Enfield, Middlesex
  
Webb Alfred Head Married M 39 1862 Gun Sight Filer Cripplegate, London 34
Webb Sarah Wife Married F 38 1863 Birmingham, Warwickshire 35
Webb Myra Daughter F 12 1889 Enfield, Middlesex 36
Webb Ethel Daughter F 6 1895 Enfield, Middlesex 37
Webb Frederick Son M 4 1897 Enfield, Middlesex 38
Borell Ernest Boarder Single M 31 1870 Gardener (Not Domestic) Sweden (Swedish Subj)

1911 10 Stafford Street Derby, Derbyshire
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Webb Myra Elizabeth Assistant Matron Single F 22 1889 Teacher Assistant, Derby Education Committee Middlesex Enfield Lock 36
Ward Dorothy Hilda Student Single F 19 1892 Student In Training For Elementary Teacher Nottinghamshire Nottingham
Turner Agnes Gertrude Student Single F 20 1891 Student In Training For Elementary Teacher Lancashire Barrow in Furness
Pimblett Elizabeth Student Single F 19 1892 Student In Training For Elementary Teacher Lancashire Eccles
Jackson Annie Student Single M 19 1892 Student In Training For Elementary Teacher Lancashire Salford
Kelly Eva Student Single F 20 1891 Student In Training For Elementary Teacher Lancashire Salford
Sowter Ethel Maud Student Single F 19 1892 Student In Training For Elementary Teacher Staffordshire Leek
Turner Kate Caroline Caretaker Widow F 38 1873 Working Caretkaer Warwickshire Birmingham

1911 134 Uttoxeter New Road Derby, Derbyshire
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Huxley Nellie Head Single F 29 1882 Elementary School Teacher Cheshire Biddulph 645
Huxley Mary Mother Married F 58 1853 Cheshire Tattenhall 643
Huxley John Father Married M 55 1856 General Engineer Cheshire Chester 644
Huxley Arthur Brother Single M 24 1887 General Engineer Staffs Burton 631
Huxley George Brother Single M 21 1890 General Engineer Derbyshire Staphenhill 646

1911 8 Tudor Road Mare St S Hackney N E, London
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Bearman Thomas Head Married M 64 1847 Retired Pastrycook Caterer Hackney N E 18
Bearman Keturah Wife Married F 60 1851 City of Oxford 29
Bearman Elsie Nora Daughter Single F 28 1883 Hackney N E 30
Bearman Donald Boyd Son Single M 20 1891 Clerk At Horse Guards Eastern Hackney N E 31
Carrington Charles Edward Henry Son In Law Married M 33 1878 Commercial Clerk Hackney N E 32
Carrington Edith Visitor Daughter Married F 32 1879 Hackney N E 33

1911 80 Mandeville Road Enfield Wash N, Middlesex
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Webb Fredrick Head Married M 86 1825 Retired Engine Fitter, RSA Factory, Enfield Lock London Finsbury 180
Webb Mary Wife Married F 86 1825 Surry Norwood 181
Webb Caroline Daughter Single F 48 1863 At Home Middlesex Enfield 182
Webb William Son Single M 46 1865 Component Examiner, Gun Factory, Enfield Middlesex Enfield 183

1911 Fernlea, Allandale Road, Enfield Wash N, Middlesex
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Webb Alfred Robert Head Married M 49 1862 Viewer - Enfield Gun Factory London; Jewin Crescent 34
Webb Sarah Wife Married F 48 1863 Warwick; Birmingham 35
Webb Ethel Carrie Daughter Single F 16 1895 Middlesex; Enfield Lock 37
Webb Frederick Ernest Son M 14 1897 School Middlesex; Enfield Wash 38
Calvert Mary Elizabeth Boarder Single F 39 1872 Middlesex; Enfield Lock 485