POWELL Chart 0300

This is a Chart for Albert Ernest Powell and Agnes Olive Powell

 

5married
18th August 1907
St Philip
Battersea, London
witnesses
Maud Mary Susannah PILGRIM
Arthur Oliver COBB

 

1
ALBERT ERNEST POWELL
born 
3rd February 1886
10 Morrison Street, Battersea, Surrey
occupation
1891 Scholar, 1901 Photo Printer's Assistant
1907 Printing Machine Minder, 1908 Printing Machine Operator
1911 Printing Machine Minder
  later Printing Machine Manager
Worked for Army & Navy Printing Department 
and 
McCorquodale 45 Cardington Street, Euston, London
 from 
10 October 1913 to 1 February 1951
 Gained Long Service Medal in 1951
World War I 
in
Army from
 14th May 1915
Regimental No. 38886 Private 8th Somerset Light Infantry
wounded at
3rd battle of Passchendaelle
Ypes, shot through right elbow
home to
 
Fulham Hospital 
14th August 1917
medals
British War Medal Victory Medal

died
 
14th March 1956
74 Tudor Avenue, Worcester Park, Surrey
Age 70 
of
Coronary Thrombosis, Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysema
informant of death
 C F Terry, Son-in-Law
74 Tudor Avenue, Worcester Park, Surrey
funeral service
March 1956
cremated and ashes to
 
South London Crematorium
Rowan Road, Streatham Vale, London S.W.16 
Plot AY/43 Main Garden
(relationship to John TERRY and
Jean WHEATON
Maternal Grandfather)

 

2
AGNES OLIVE COBB
born 
5th July 1887
116 Rommany Road, Norwood, Surrey
baptised
11th September 1887
St Luke
West Norwood
Surrey
occupations
various including
Nursemaid, Tailoress, Golf Club Caterer
died
 
24th July 1980
Netherne Hospital, Coulsdon, Surrey
Age 94
of
Bronchopneumonia
informant of death
Olive Kathleen Terry
 54 Church Road, Horley, Surrey
cremated and ashes to
South London Crematorium
Rowan Road, Streatham Vale, London S.W.16
Plot AY43 Main Garden
probate
 
17th September 1980
Brighton
will
6th May 1979
 £1,677
(relationship to John TERRY and
Jean WHEATON
Maternal Grandmother)

Albert Ernest POWELL
and
Agnes Olive POWELL née COBB
Margate - 1936

Albert POWELL
1917 
8th Somerset Light Infantry

Albert POWELL
(no date)


3
Olive Kathleen 
POWELL
born 
2.50 a.m.
14th September 1908
9 Coteford Street
Tooting, Surrey
baptised
4th June 1913
St Philip, Battersea, Surrey
died
 
9th June 1983
54 Church Road, Horley, Surrey
Age 74
(relationship to John TERRY and
Jean WHEATON
Mother)

married
10th September 1932
St Lawrence
Morden, Surrey
witnesses
Agnes Muriel TERRY
A J C BECK
Charles Fraser
 TERRY

4
Charles Ernest 
POWELL
born
3.35 a.m.
14th September 1908
9 Coteford Street
Tooting, Surrey
died
8th November 1908
9 Coteford Street
Tooting, Surrey
Age 1 month
Marsamus
informant of death
A O POWELL 
present at death
buried
11th November 1908
Tooting Graveney
Tooting, Surrey
(relationship to John TERRY and
Jean WHEATON
Uncle)


  1. 1886 10 Morrison Street, Battersea, Surrey
    1891 48 Freke Road, Battersea, Surrey
    1901 13 Elsley Road, Battersea. Surrey
    1908 31 Prairie Street, Battersea. Surrey
    1911 39 Renmuir Street, Tooting London SW
    1932- 1952 Lynette, 1 Ravensbury Avenue, Morden, Surrey
    1952 West Winds, 74 Tudor Avenue, Worcester Park, Surrey
    Information from Olive Kathleen TERRY née POWELL “Father bought bicycle and rigged up a little saddle, handle bars and footrests on the cross bar. Many trips such as picnics on Epsom Common. First car, a second-hand “Bull nosed” Morris Cowley was used for trips to the coast and Epping Forest where Matilda POWELL lived.”
    Memorial Card held-which reads as follows: In Loving Memory of My Dear Husband, Albert Ernest Powell, who passed away on the 14th March 1956, aged 70 years on the 3rd February 1956, "Always in our thoughts"[
  2. 1887- 116 Rommany Road, Norwood, Surrey
    1887 181 Romany Road, Norwood, Surrey (birth and baptism of Agnes Olive)
    1891 65 Stewards Road, Battersea, London RG12/426 Folio 133/34 Page 36/37
    1901 Wycliffe Road, Battersea, London
    1907 33 Prarie Street, Battersea, Surrey. (at marriage)
    1907 Sabine Road, Battersea, Surrey (On Shafestbury Estate, no bathrooms) 
    1908 9 Coteford Street, Tooting, Surrey (4 roomed cottage)
    1910-1911 89 Renmuir Street, Tooting Junction, Surrey
    1912-1914 105a Silverthorne Road, Battersea, Surrey
    1915 96 Tennyson Street, Battersea, Surrey (flat)
    1916-1925 24 Park Avenue, Mitcham, Surrey (two rooms)
    1917 Chipstead Golf House, Chipstead, Surrey
    1925-1932 35 Lynwood Road, Tooting, Surrey (4 bedroomed house)
    1932-1952 Lynette, 1 Ravensbury Avenue, Morden, Surrey (bungalow)
    1952-1970 74 Tudor Avenue, Worcester Park, Surrey (chalet bungalow)
    (with daughter and son-in-law)
    1970-1979 25 Milton Close, Lancing, West Sussex (bungalow) (with daughter and son-in-law, after 1974 with daughter)
    1979-1980 54 Church Road, Horley, Surrey (maisonette) (with daughter)
    Letter from Mrs Florence Carpenter 9th November 1983 “Winifred COBB and I were small bridesmaids at Agnes COBB’s wedding and I clearly remember the pair of us kneeling at the Chancel steps whilst the bride and groom were at the altar.. I think we were whispering. I can also clearly remember what your Grandmother looked like on that day. She was very young and very lovely in her bridal outfit. (In fact, they were just a boy and girl)”
    Birth Certificate - The original was held together with brown sticky tape with much of the information covered. However it shows it is a Schedule under the Factory and Workshop Act of 1891. It is signed by Arthur James Cobb on the 20 of July 1901 and shows his address then as 15 Wycliffe Road, Battersea and his occupation as a Railway Signalman
  3. 1908 9 Coteford Street, Tooting, Surrey (4 roomed cottage)
    1910-1911 89 Renmuir Street, Tooting Junction, Surrey
    1912-1914 105a Silverthorne Road, Battersea, Surrey
    1915 96 Tennyson Street, Battersea, Surrey (flat)
    1916-1925 24 Park Avenue, Mitcham, Surrey (two rooms)
    1917 Chipstead Golf House, Chipstead, Surrey
    1925-1932 35 Lynwood Road, Tooting, Surrey (4 bedroomed house)
    1932 Lynette, 1 Ravensbury Avenue, Morden, Surrey
    1932-1952 48 Tilehurst Road, Cheam, Surrey
    1952-1970 74 Tudor Avenue, Worcester Park, Surrey
    1970-1979 25 Milton Close, Lancing, Sussex
    1979-1983 54 Church Road, Horley, Surrey
    Went to, and was very happy at, Gorringe Park Girl’s School, near Figgs Marsh. In 1921 she improved from 13th to 11th in the class, but her Arithmetic let her down, with the teacher commenting “Olive must try to improve next term”.
    Information from Mrs Winifred WILTON As a result of the ill health of Charles Ernest he had not been christened, so at his death, Agnes Olive POWELL was not allowed to bury him in the churchyard. As a consequence she decided not to have Olive Kathleen christened. However, in 1913, Olive’s Grandmother COBB took the matter into her own hands and arranged for Olive to be christened. The service took place on a Wednesday, Derby Day. Afterwards, Olive, and Winifred Ruth COBB, later WILTON, went home and christened their dolls.
  4. 1908 9 Coteford Street, Tooting, Surrey (at burial)

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