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Family of Frederick John HOADLY and Frances Jessie JAQUES

Husband: Frederick John HOADLY (1882-1978)
Wife: Frances Jessie JAQUES (1886-1974)
Children: Winifred Doris HOADLY (1906-1983)
Edna May Margaret HOADLY (1907-2001)
Eva Iris HOADLY (1909-2000)
Frederick John HOADLY (1913-1995)
Robert Charles HOADLY (1922- )
Marriage 24 Jan 1906 Camberwell, London1
Camberwell Register Office

Husband: Frederick John HOADLY

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Frederick John HOADLY, c. 1900, age 18

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1916, age 33

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Frederick John HOADLY, c. 1895, age 13

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Frederick John HOADLY, c. 1895, age 13

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1937, age 54

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Frederick John HOADLY

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Frederick John HOADLY

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Frederick John HOADLY, c. 1965, age 83

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Frederick John HOADLY

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Frederick John HOADLY, c. 1885, age 3

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1900, age 18

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1927, age 44

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1958, age 76

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Frederick John HOADLY

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1962, age 80

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1962, age 80

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Frederick John HOADLY

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1933, age 50

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1933, age 50

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Frederick John HOADLY

Name: Frederick John HOADLY
Sex: Male
Nickname: Jack
Father: Frederick William HOADLY (1860-1946)
Mother: Sarah Jane SMITH (1855-1930)
Birth 17 Dec 1882 138 Malham Road, Lewisham, Kent2,3,4
Family: ...of Frederick William HOADLY and Sarah Jane SMITH
Address: 138, Malham Road, Lewisham, Kent
GRO Birth Certificate
Residence 2 Jun 1887 (age 4) Bexley, Kent
Lion Road, Bexley Heath, Bexley, Kent
Education 7 Oct 1887 (age 4) Infant School: King and Queen Street School: 1887-188; Southwark, Surrey5
King and Queen Street School, Southwark, Surrey
Date of Admission to King and Queen Street School, Southwark, Surrey
Date of Discharge (Removed) 28 June 1888
(Possibly moved to Plumstead?)
(King and Queen Street School - built 1882 - changed name to Robert Browning School in 1933)
Residence 7 Oct 1887 (age 4) Southwark, Surrey
27 East Street, Southwark, Surrey
Address given on his admission to King and Queen Street Infant School
Education 23 Jun 1890 (age 7) Vicarage Road School 23 Jun 1890 - 14 April 1894; Plumstead, Woolwich, London
Vicarage Road School, Plumstead, Woolwich, London
Vicarage Road School (0535) opened in 1881. Closed in 1928 having been an infants school only from 1923
Residence 23 Jun 1890 (age 7) Plumstead, Woolwich, London
136 Plumstead Road, Plumstead, London
Census 5 Apr 1891 (age 9) Plumstead, Woolwich, London6
136 Plumstead Road, Plumstead, London
Education 21 May 1894 (age 11) Peckham Park Primary School: 1894-1896; Peckham, Surrey7
Peckham Park Primary School, Marmont Road, London, SE15 5TD
Peckham Park School (0352) opened in 1876
Residence 21 May 1894 (age 11) Peckham, Surrey
198 High Street, Peckham, Surrey
Residence 7 Nov 1895 (age 12) Bexhill, East Sussex
4 Bank's Lane Bexley Heath, Bexley, Kent
Baptism 16 Oct 1896 (age 13) Brixton, Surrey8
St Jude, East Brixton, Surrey
Residence 16 Oct 1896 (age 13) Peckham, Surrey8
198 High Street, Peckham, Surrey
Census 31 Mar 1901 (age 18) Peckham, Surrey9
198 High Street, Peckham, Surrey
Occupation 31 Mar 1901 (age 18) Pastrycook Baker; Peckham, Surrey9
Residence 5 Apr 1906 (age 23) Peckham, Surrey
41 Manaton Road, Peckham, Camberwell, Surrey
Residence 1908 (age 25-26) Peckham, Surrey10
159 Gordon Road (top floor) Peckham S E
Residence 1909 (age 26-27) Peckham, Surrey11
159 Gordon Road (top floor) Peckham S E
Residence 1911 (age 28-29) 78 Old Bethnal Green Road
Post Office London Directory 1911
Census 2 Apr 1911 (age 28) Bethnal Green, London12
78 Old Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green, London
Occupation 2 Apr 1911 (age 28) Baker Manager; Bethnal Green, London12
Residence 1912 (age 29-30) Bethnal Green, London13
78 Old Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green, London
Residence 1918 (age 35-36) Stepney, London14
209 Salmon Lane, Stepney, London
Residence 1921 (age 38-39) Stepney, London15
147 Whitehorse Street, Stepney, London
Residence 1930 (age 47-48) Stepney, London16
147 Whitehorse Street, Stepney, London
Census 29 Sep 1939 (age 56) Cardiff C.B., Glamorganshire, Wales17
73 Fidlas Road
Occupation 29 Sep 1939 (age 56) Master Baker Retired; Cardiff C.B., Glamorganshire, Wales17
Residence 1943 (age 60-61) Willow Cottage, Hammond Lane Hatfield Broad Oak, Herts.
Will 30 Aug 1951 (age 68) Hornchurch, Essex18
107 Station Lane Hornchurch, Essex
THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me FREDERICK JOHN HOADLY of 107 Station Lane Hornchurch in the County of Essex Master Baker
1. I HEREBY revoke all former Wills and testamentary dispositions made by me
2. SUBJECT to the payment of my funeral and testamentary expenses and debts I GIVE AND DEVISE AND BEQUEATH all my estate whatsoever and wheresoever both real and personal unto my wife FRANCIS JESSIE HOADLY absolutely and I APPOINT her sole executrix of this my Will.
IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand to this my Will this 30th day of August One Thousand nine hundred and fifty one.
SIGNED by the said FREDERICK JOHN HOADLY as and for his last Will in the presence of us both present at the same time who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses
Hugh Acton
181 Corbets Tey Rd Upminster
Medical Practitioner

Alexander Victor Hale
216 Fitzstephen Road Dagenham
Engineer (Retired)
Occupation Master Baker
Child Count 5
Marriage Count 1
Residence 1965 (age 82-83) Hornchurch, Essex19
107 Station Lane Hornchurch, Essex
Newspaper reference 21 Jan 1966 (age 83) Hornchurch, Essex20
Hornchurch Recorder Friday Jan 21 1966:

"Fred's Name Nearly Spelled Trouble

A man who once fought off rioters intent on wrecking his home because his name sounded German will celebrate his diamond wedding very quietly next Monday.

"We're a bit old for the knees up now, aren't we?" said Mr Frederick Hoadley [sic] 80 [sic], of 107 Station Lane, Hornchurch.

He met his wife Frances, now aged 83 [sic], during Mafeking Night celebrations in 1900.

During the First War, while they lived and worked in an East End bakery, they faced attacks from the English. In the 1939-45 war the shop was destroyed twice by enemy bombs"
Death 18 Nov 1978 (age 95) St George's Hospital, Hornchurch, Essex21
Cause: 1a: Bronchopneumonia; 2: Cerebral Arteriosclerosis
Cremation 27 Nov 1978 (age 95) South Essex Crematorium
Ockenden Road, Corbets Tey, Upminster, Essex RM14 2UY
Ashes scattered Lawn 30 West

Wife: Frances Jessie JAQUES

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Frances Jessie JAQUES, 1916, age 30

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Frances Jessie JAQUES, 1937, age 51

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Frances Jessie JAQUES, 1927, age 41

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Frances Jessie JAQUES, 1958, age 72

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Frances Jessie JAQUES, 1958, age 72

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Frances Jessie JAQUES, 1953, age 67

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Frances Jessie JAQUES, 1953, age 67

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Frances Jessie JAQUES, 1962, age 76

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Frances Jessie JAQUES

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Frances Jessie JAQUES, c. 1924, age 38

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Frances Jessie JAQUES, c. 1921, age 35

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Frances Jessie JAQUES, 1947, age 61

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Frances Jessie JAQUES

Name: Frances Jessie JAQUES
Sex: Female
Father: Charles Hancock JAQUES (1862-1939)
Mother: Lucy Charlotte COOPER (1860-1949)
Birth 23 Mar 1886 Camberwell, Surrey22,23
Census 5 Apr 1891 (age 5) Peckham, Surrey24
14 Cossal Street, Peckham, Camberwell, Surrey
Occupation 5 Apr 1891 (age 5) Scholar; Peckham, Surrey24
Education frm 19 Feb 1894 to 2 Mar 1896 (age 7-9) Woods Road School, Harders Road, Peckham, Surrey; Woods Road School, Harders Road, Peckham, Surrey25
Woods Road School, Harders Road, Peckham, Surrey
School Number: 4078
Father: Charles
Address: 14 Cossal Street
Previous School: Infants School
Education frm 3 Mar 1896 to 5 May 1899 (age 9-13) Cator Street School, Cator Street, Peckham, Surrey; Cator Street School, Cator Street, Peckham, Surrey26
Cator Street School, Cator Street, Peckham, Surrey
School Number: 3866
Parent: Charles
Address: 12 Rosemary Road
Last School: Woods Road
Census 31 Mar 1901 (age 15) Peckham, Surrey27
186 Albert Road, Peckham, Camberwell, St Mary Magdelene, London
Occupation 31 Mar 1901 (age 15) Glove Cleaner; Peckham, Surrey27
Occupation Glove Cleaner[1901] Baker's shop assistant 198 High Street Peckham28,29
Child Count 5
Marriage Count 1
Residence 1908 (age 21-22) Peckham, Surrey10
159 Gordon Road (top floor) Peckham S E
Residence 1909 (age 22-23) Peckham, Surrey11
159 Gordon Road (top floor) Peckham S E
Census 2 Apr 1911 (age 25) Bethnal Green, London12
78 Old Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green, London
Occupation 2 Apr 1911 (age 25) Assist in Business; Bethnal Green, London12
Residence 1912 (age 25-26) Bethnal Green, London13
78 Old Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green, London
Residence 1921 (age 34-35) Stepney, London15
147 Whitehorse Street, Stepney, London
Residence 1930 (age 43-44) Stepney, London16
147 Whitehorse Street, Stepney, London
Census 29 Sep 1939 (age 53) Cardiff C.B., Glamorganshire, Wales17
73 Fidlas Road
Occupation 29 Sep 1939 (age 53) Unpaid Domestic Duties; Cardiff C.B., Glamorganshire, Wales17
Residence 1965 (age 78-79) Hornchurch, Essex19
107 Station Lane Hornchurch, Essex
Death 20 Dec 1974 (age 88) St George's Hospital, Hornchurch, Essex30
Cause: 1a: Bronchopneumonia
Cremation 27 Dec 1974 South Essex Crematorium
Ockenden Road, Corbets Tey, Upminster, Essex RM14 2UY
Ashes scattered on Lawn 30 West

Child 1: Winifred Doris HOADLY

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Winifred Doris HOADLY

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Winifred Doris HOADLY, 1916, age 10

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Winifred Doris HOADLY

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Winifred Doris HOADLY

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Winifred Doris HOADLY

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Winifred Doris HOADLY, c. 1924, age 18

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Winifred Doris HOADLY, c. 1924, age 18

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Winifred Doris HOADLY, c. 1921, age 15

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Winifred Doris HOADLY, c. 1921, age 15

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Spouse: William Stanley OLLEY

Name: Winifred Doris HOADLY
Sex: Female
Spouse: William Stanley OLLEY (1905-1975)
Birth 5 Apr 1906 Peckham, Camberwell, Surrey31,32
41 Manaton Road, Peckham, Camberwell, Surrey
Residence 1908 (age 1-2) Peckham, Surrey10
159 Gordon Road (top floor) Peckham S E
Residence 1909 (age 2-3) Peckham, Surrey11
159 Gordon Road (top floor) Peckham S E
Census 2 Apr 1911 (age 5) Bethnal Green, London12
78 Old Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green, London
Occupation 2 Apr 1911 (age 4) School; Bethnal Green, London12
Residence 1912 (age 5-6) Bethnal Green, London13
78 Old Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green, London
Residence 1921 (age 14-15) Stepney, London15
147 Whitehorse Street, Stepney, London
Residence 1930 (age 23-24) Stepney, London16
147 Whitehorse Street, Stepney, London
Residence 1932 (age 25-26) Stepney, London33
59 Clemence Street, Stepney, London
Census 29 Sep 1939 (age 33) Taunton R.D., Somerset, England34
Greyhound Inn Staple Fitzpaine
Occupation 29 Sep 1939 (age 33) Unpaid Domestic Duties ; Taunton R.D., Somerset, England34
Death 25 Dec 1983 (age 77) Ely, Cambridgeshire

Child 2: Edna May Margaret HOADLY

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Edna May Margaret HOADLY, 1955, age 48

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Edna May Margaret HOADLY

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Edna May Margaret HOADLY, 1916, age 8

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Edna May Margaret HOADLY

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Edna May Margaret HOADLY

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Edna May Margaret HOADLY, 1933, age 25

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Edna May Margaret HOADLY, 1955, age 48

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Edna May Margaret HOADLY, c. 1921, age 14

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Spouse: Walter William CRANER

Name: Edna May Margaret HOADLY
Sex: Female
Spouse: Walter William CRANER (1906-1987)
Birth 7 Aug 1907 Camberwell, Surrey35
Residence 1908 (age 0-1) Peckham, Surrey10
159 Gordon Road (top floor) Peckham S E
Residence 1909 (age 1-2) Peckham, Surrey11
159 Gordon Road (top floor) Peckham S E
Census 2 Apr 1911 (age 3) Bethnal Green, London12
78 Old Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green, London
Occupation 2 Apr 1911 (age 3) School; Bethnal Green, London12
Residence 1912 (age 4-5) Bethnal Green, London13
78 Old Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green, London
Residence 1921 (age 13-14) Stepney, London15
147 Whitehorse Street, Stepney, London
Census 29 Sep 1939 (age 32) Mere and Tisbury R.D., Wiltshire, England36
The Manse, Birdbush
Occupation 29 Sep 1939 (age 32) Unpaid Domestic Duty; Mere and Tisbury R.D., Wiltshire, England36
Residence 1965 (age 57-58) Hornchurch, Essex19
109 Station Lane, Hornchurch, Essex
Death Jul 2001 (age 93) Brentwood, Essex37

Child 3: Eva Iris HOADLY

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Eva Iris HOADLY

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Eva Iris HOADLY, 1916, age 6

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Eva Iris HOADLY, c. 1921, age 12

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Spouse: Alfred George CROSS

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Spouse: Alfred George CROSS

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Spouse: Alfred George CROSS

Name: Eva Iris HOADLY
Sex: Female
Spouse: Alfred George CROSS (1898-1985)
Birth 5 Nov 1909 Camberwell, Surrey38
Residence 1909 (age 0) Peckham, Surrey11
159 Gordon Road (top floor) Peckham S E
Census 2 Apr 1911 (age 1) Bethnal Green, London12
78 Old Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green, London
Residence 1912 (age 2-3) Bethnal Green, London13
78 Old Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green, London
Residence 1921 (age 11-12) Stepney, London15
147 Whitehorse Street, Stepney, London
Residence 1930 (age 20-21) Stepney, London39
455 Commercial Road East, Stepney, London
Residence 1931 (age 21-22) Stepney, London40
455 Commercial Road East, Stepney, London
Residence 1933 (age 23-24) Stepney, London41
Flat 4, 101/105 Whitehorse Street, Stepney, London
Death 20 Feb 2000 (age 90) Piper's Croft, 2 Grubb Street, Limpsfield, Oxted, Surrey
9.15am
Burial 29 Feb 2000
Cremated

Child 4: Frederick John HOADLY

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1937, age 24

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1937, age 24

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1916, age 2

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Frederick John HOADLY, c. 1939, age 26

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1937, age 24

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1937, age 24

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Frederick John HOADLY, 1937, age 24

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Frederick John HOADLY, c. 1921, age 8

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Spouse: Florence Ethel PREVOST, 1937, age 25

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Spouse: Florence Ethel PREVOST, 1937, age 25

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Spouse: May Agnes BELL

Name: Frederick John HOADLY
Sex: Male
Spouse 1: Florence Ethel PREVOST (1912-1986)
Spouse 2: May Agnes BELL (1913-1993)
Birth 23 Jul 1913 Canrobert Street, Bethnal Green, London, E242,43
Residence 1921 (age 7-8) Stepney, London15
147 Whitehorse Street, Stepney, London
Residence 1930 (age 16-17) Stepney, London16
147 Whitehorse Street, Stepney, London
Census 29 Sep 1939 (age 26) Stepney, London, England44
147 Whitehorse Road
Occupation 29 Sep 1939 (age 26) Baker and Confectioner Manager; Stepney, London, England44
Residence 1945 (age 31-32) Poplar, London45
48a Grundy Street (The African Tavern), Poplar, London
Death 8 Dec 1995 (age 82) Hornchurch, Essex46
5.00
Burial 15 Dec 1995
12.00pm

Child 5: Robert Charles HOADLY

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Robert Charles HOADLY

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Robert Charles HOADLY, 1947, age 24

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Robert Charles HOADLY, 1937, age 15

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Robert Charles HOADLY

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Robert Charles HOADLY, c. 1941, age 19

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Robert Charles HOADLY, 2003, age 81

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Robert Charles HOADLY, 2003, age 81

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Robert Charles HOADLY, c. 1924, age 2

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS, c. 1926, age 2

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS

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Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS

Name: Robert Charles HOADLY
Sex: Male
Nickname: Bob
Spouse: Gwyneth ROBERTS (1924-1989)
Birth 11 Apr 1922 147 Whitehorse Street, Stepney, St Dunstans, Ratcliff, London47
Christening 10 May 1922 (age 0) St Dunstan's Church, Stepney Green48
"of 147 Whitehorse Street (baker) by By Arthur W. Mountford"
Occupation Master Baker and Confectioner
Religion C of E
Child Count 3
Marriage Count 1
Residence 1930 (age 7-8) Stepney, London16
147 Whitehorse Street, Stepney, London
Census 29 Sep 1939 (age 17) Stepney, London, England44
147 Whitehorse Road
Residence 14 Sep 1942 (age 20) Tobruk
HMS Sikh
Residence 1964 (age 41-42) Hornchurch, Essex49
34 The Avenue Hornchurch Essex

Note on Husband: Frederick John HOADLY (1) - shared note

By the 1891 census, he is at 136 Plumstead Road, with his parents and stepsister, Margaret.

[RG12/537/22].

 

When Jack and Jessie married, according to Frances jessie Jaques's sister, Nelly, F.W. wouldn't help them in any way.

 

From Electoral records and GRO certificates, it would seem that F.J. Hoadly and his new family commenced at Manaton Road, now no longer in existence, where Winnie was born in 1906.

 

By 1908, F.J. and his family were sharing accomodation with his sister-in-law, Lucy Davis at 159 Gordon Road, Peckham. It may be that Edna and Eva Hoadly were born there - although I have no proof of this as yet. It seems that this house has also been destroyed - there is a gap where it shoud be in 2013! Not sure if it was bombed or pulled down for some other reason.

 

They went to the East End, and he got work with a bakery, and were very poor for a time, until they acquired a shop of their own, after much hard work and privation.

 

In WWI, many bakers were German, which caused problems for Jack at the time!

 

By 1911, they are all at 78 Old Bethnal Green Road, where Jack Hoadly Jnr. was born in 1913 - again these premises appear no longer to exist, but I believe the shop and accomodation may have been on the corner of Canrobert Street.

 

Post Office London Directory 1911:

Frederick John Hoadly, Baker, 78 Old Bethnal Green Road.

 

By 1918, they are at 209 Salmon Lane; This property is not in existence now (2013).

 

Their next door but one neighbour in Salmon Lane (at number 213) was widow Annie Cloake and her children. There are photos of Jessie, Winnie, Edna, Eva and Jack on a summer day out in the country in 1921 accompanied by Mrs Cloake and her daughter Gladys.

 

According to the Trade Directories, F.J. and his family were at 147 Whitehorse Street by 1921 - possibly in order to accomodate the fact that Jessie was by then carrying her last child, my father Robert Hoadly, who was born there in 1922.

 

At 147 Whitehorse Street

Post Office London Directory 1921 Frederick John Hoadly, Baker, 147, Whitehorse Street, E1:

 

By 1933 the phone number is listed as EAST 3259.

 

The second premises at 156 Whitehorse Street is first listed in the Post Office London Directory for 1936.

 

In 1941, 147 is still listed - but it must be about this time that the shop was bombed.

 

From 1942, only 156 is listed.

 

By 1954, 90 Bow Common lane has been added - the satellite shop where I remember Lou working.

 

By 1959, 156 Whitehorse Street, 90 Bow Common Lane and 38 Ben Jonson Road are all three listed in the Directory.

 

By 1960, 156 Whitehorse Street, 38 Bow Common Lane and 38 Ben Jonson Road are all three listed in the Directory.

 

From 1961, the Bow Common Lane address has been changed to number 37.

 

These listings continue until 1963.

 

In 1965 only 38 Ben Jonson Road and 37 Bow Common Lane are listed, so I presume around 1964 the 156 Whitehorse Street shop had been compulsorily purchased, and pulled down.

 

By 1969 only 38 Ben Johnson Road is listed; I think that 37 Bow Common Lane suffered the same fate as 156 Whitehorse Street - this needs checking.

 

38 Ben Jonson Road is listed as Hoadly's up until 1987. I think it was around this time that Robert Hoadly and his brother Jack retired, and sold the shop.

 

The following year the phone number is listed in the Directory as STEPNEY GREEN 3259.

 

He was known as "Jack" - presumably to differentiate from his father.

 

During the Second World War, Jack and Jessie lived at Willow Cottage, Hammond Lane, Hatfield Broad Oak, Herts, where the photograph of Bob Hoadly returning from POW camp was taken, and published in the Daily Mirror.

 

[Letter from Jack to his brother Bill]

 

"June 1st 1945"

 

Eastwell

Station Lane

Hornchurch

 

Dear Bill and Daisy

Just to keep the link. How are you both.

I think its around about Bill's Birthday if so I wish him Many happy Returns. I trust he is well and busy.

All of us are keeping fit and the old shop in Stepney going stronger than ever thanks to my two boys.

Jack is an expert piper like his Grandfather and being the only shop among these ruins, we are always at it. I am going to take them both into the business.

Jessie keeps well, she has gone to Peckham today to see her Mother, now 89, and quite well.

Bob's wife is going to have a baby any moment now, and Jack's wife also later on, this will make twelve Grand Children.

I trust I am not counting my chickens yet.

Young Frank Harwood has got married again.

We never hear any thing of Len or Dorrie now.

Well dear Daisy and Will this is enough swank about ourselves.

Please write and let us know if you are all O.K.

Jessie sends her best love to you Daisy, she said she would like to see you again.

Love to every body.

Jack"

 

It seems, then, that after the destruction of the shop (by a landmine) at 147 Whitehorse Street in 1941, F.J. and Jessie were living in Hatfield Boad Oak, possibly for the duration.

 

At the end of the war they appear to have made their final move to "Eastwell", at 107, Station Lane, Hornchurch, which was next door to their daughter's home, "Hestia" at 109 Station Lane, Hornchuch. Apparently Edna and Wally Craner had moved down to Hornchurch in about 1933.

 

Circa 1977/1978 Edna and Wally sold "Hestia" and moved to Brentwood. 109 was eventually pulled down to make way for the extension of Ravenscourt Old People's Home. I believe Wally had already sold land next to his house for the initial building of the Home.

 

After F.J.'s death in 1978, his son and daughter in law, jack and May Hoadly, moved from Poplar to 107 Station Lane, where they remained until Jack's death in 1995.

 

The house was then sold to property developers by his daughters, and was eventually pulled down, and the present properties, 107, and 109 Station Lane stand on the site of F.J.'s old house "Eastwell". The extensive gardens behind the house were, of course, sold with the house, and a close of houses have been built on the land, Laurel Lane.

 

Therefore, it would seem that in the present year (2013) the only property lived in by my grandparents F.J. and Jessie Hoadly since their marriage, is the (much altered) Willow Cottage at Hatfield Broad Oak

Note on Husband: Frederick John HOADLY (2)

Note by Graham Hoadly:

 

I remember my Grandfather very well indeed.

 

He was rather old by the time I knew him, and rarely ever left his home in Eastwell, Station Lane Hornchurch.

 

Eastwell was a large detached house built I would imagine in the early 20th century when Hornchurch was still really a village. My grandparents lived in the ground floor of the house - and "Auntie" Nina Clarke lived upstairs. She wasn't an aunt at all, but a lovely, kind spinster lady who was the sitting tenant upstairs. She had a seperate entrance to her bit of the house, which in itself fascinated me. I very occasionally was invited up there to play with her - and had some fun times. Nina was such a good soul who used to attend St Andrews in Hornchurch. She really almost single-handedly looked after my Grandfather in his latter years - and alas (to their shame) got little thanks from some family members. She was treated quite shabbily.

Downstairs was a small entrance lobby, with stairs up to Nina's front door. There was another door from the lobby, which led to my Grandparents' part of the house. In their hall was a hat and coat stand with many walking sticks - both my Grandparents used them occasionally. From the hall were three rooms - the living room directly opposite the front door, the kitchen to the right next to that, and next to that was their bedroom.

Off the kitchen was a walk-in pantry, and another door led to the bathroom. You went through the bathroom to get to the back door which led into the garden. To the right of the backdoor was the toilet.

 

Grandpa was a large rotund man who walked with a stick - sometimes two. he was balding with whispy white hair, and wore glasses. He had bad arthritis, and often complained of it - sometimes he wore a copper bracelet to ward off rheumatism.

 

Most often he was found sitting in the living room at the table which was covered with a green chenille cloth.

 

More often than not he would sport a long white baker's apron.

He was very fond of cats and in my day had a black one called (politically incorrectly I fear!) Nigger. My father tells me that this cat was one of a line of black cats Grandpa had, unimaginatively with the same name! Tony Blair would NOT have approved ...

 

He had a keen sense of humour and loved to tell off colour jokes at which he laughed uproariously himself. As a child, of course I adored them. Two of my favourites spring to mind:

 

Mary had a little lamb

It was her joy and pride

It stuck it's nose up Mary's clothes -

Took one sniff and died ...!

 

A father has three sons - two who have been well behaved, and one who has been naughty.

At Christmas time he put half a crown in the first two boys' stockings, and a ball of dung in the third.

 

When questioned having opened their Christmas stockings, the first boy said:

"Father Christmas has been very good to me - he put half a crown in my stocking!"

The second boy said "And Father Christmas has been very good to me too - he put half a crown in my stocking!"

The third boy said:

And Father Christmas has been very good to me - he gave me a horse, but it shit in my stocking and ran away!"

 

I remember another crude tale of Grandpa's about a night baker who had been sick in the vat of dough, and a customer who came to the shop a few days later , and when offered an ordinary loaf said:

"Oh, not that sort - I'd like one of those really tasty ones you sold the other day"!!!

 

Grandma, who always sat opposite Grandpa at the table, in a Lloyd Loom chair supported by lots of cushions, always used to laugh heartily at these jokes too - although she must have heard them a hundred times - she used to flap her hand whilst laughing and say:

"Oooh! You dirty old bugger!"

 

I seem to recall he liked to burp too - which elicited the same response from Grandma!

 

This was Grandpa's sense of humour - it made me hoot as a child, and I'm afraid, it still rather tickles my fancy! Just call me unsophisticated!

 

Mind you, Grandpa also had a great tendency towards self pity.

Very often he'd say "Ooooh, I can't see ... I can't hear ... I can't walk .... I'm done for!"

 

He often lamented the lack of visitors - although Dad went most nights. If for some reason he didn't go, it was a cue for extra moaning and self-pity on Grandpa's part.

"Nobody cares when you're old ... you'd have thought he'd have given me a ring-up ...!"

 

My mother, disliked Grandpa intensely (she used to say he retired at forty and never did a stroke of work thereafter, and continued to smart as she claimed Grandpa wouldn't let Dad have a day off to go to her father's funeral). I suspect she though he was a bit "common" socially at any rate - her family inclined to the snobbish!

 

He enjoyed the TV - particularly the Black and White Minstrels and The Good Old Days. When he was tired of it he would say:

"Wind it orf!"

 

He would usually pronounce "off" as "orf" in a London sort of way - not, I hasten to add, like the Queen!

 

My father used to take the takings from the Stepney shop to Grandpa's every night, and Grandpa would take the cloth money bags and count the notes. he had a rubber finger stall with which to do this and he dipped that regularly in a sponge pad soaked in water.

 

There seemed to be a bit of a routine on these evenings. He would say to Dad

 

"Like a drink, Bob?"

 

Dad would usually reply

 

"Bit early for me, Dad"

 

But Grandpa and Grandma would have a glass of gin and tonic I think - or something with soda - he used to have all the bottles and a soda siphon on the big old dresser that was behind him. There was also an interestingly-shaped bottle of Hooper Struve (he pronounced it "oober Stroove") orange squash - that was the only place I ever saw that brand (I think he had his booze delivered). He would offer some to me which I usually happily accepted.

 

They usually had their supper at that time too - Ritz crackers, a piece of cheese and a tomato each.

 

He often smoked a pipe - either Old Holborn tobacco or mostly Gold Block.

 

He loved to reminisce and spoke often of his childhood, his adventures with his pal Dickie Channa, his visits to the Music Hall.

 

He spoke of Marie Lloyd who he claimed used to come into his father's shop in Peckham. He recalled seeing her as Dick Whittington at the Crown Theatre Peckham (this was 1898) and used to chuckle at her parting line as she boarded the ship for Morocco:

"When you heard I was off to Morocco, I knew you'd be all jeers!"

 

He did have a tendency to tell tall stories - like the one about him being three rows behind Queen Victoria at her Diamond Jubilee!

 

Often he could be found in the kitchen sitting with his apron peeling potatoes or something of the soet - sometimes enjoying a cup of tea - my sisters remember him warming his false teeth in his tea - although I don't recall it myself!

 

In those days they invariably went to bed for a nap in the afternoons.

 

I would often go over to play there at Eastwell - they had an enormous garden, beautifully kept by their gardener, old Joe - who didn't look a lot younger than Grandpa!

The first section was a great lawn,and flower beds and shrubs and rose pergolas. then behind that was a large vegetable garden. They grew runner beans and potatoes, also goosberries and strawberries - I remember picking those. And guzzling the strawberries!

 

On sunny summer days, Grandpa and Grandma would sit out in the garden at a folding card table, with a sunshade. He would wear his ubiquitous white apron and a slightly comical sun hat - a panama, and peel those potatoes.

 

There was an old hen house there too, and most fascinating of all, an air-raid shelter, which was kept locked, so i never got to go down inside it - but I used to peer longingly through the small opening in the heavy iron door, and could just make out rusting delapidated bunk beds. I would have loved to have played in there!

 

The large tool shed in the middle of the garden served ideally for playing "houses".

 

When Grandpa died, my uncle Jack and his wife May went to live there. I never visited it again after Grandpa's death. When Uncle Jack died, the house was sold by Jack's daughters, and pulled down to make way for a close of houses that now are to be found on the site - so no house, and no wonderful garden any more - just memories. I don't think there is even a photo of the house that I know of - although several were taken in the garden over the years.

 

I remember going to the house after my Grandma's funeral, with many family members, and being a bit shocked to see Grandpa get drunk and jolly. It was the only time I ever heard him use the "f" word ...

 

I don't have a memory of him in the four years between Grandma's death and his own, but of course I was at college in Winchester during that period. I recall I was rehearsing "Macbeth" at the Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch when I heard of his death.

 

I was fond of him,

Note on Wife: Frances Jessie JAQUES (1) - shared note

Known as Jessie.

 

In 1891, Charles, Lucy and their four children were living at 14 Cossall Street.

[RG12/475/48]

 

Worked at F.W. Hoadly's Bakery in Peckham, where she presumably met Jack Hoadly.

 

[Letter from Jessie to Elsie Hoadly dated 29/01/ 28]

 

"147 Whitehorse Street

Stepney E.

 

Jan 2 - 28

 

Dear Elsie

I was ever so pleased to get Len's letter and to hear you and Baby were getting on nicely.

I was thinking about you on Christmas Day wondering if anything was happening.

You must really excuse me not writing before, I have been short handed the girl in the house didn't turn up and Jack has had to go down the bakehouse the cook has a poisoned hand.

As soon as the weather is a little better I will come and see you, I feel quite anxious to see the wee Babe and you.

Len seems quite proud being a Daddy I guess.

Jack and I are going to try and come over one evening this week.

The girls send there [sic] love and Bobbie wants to know what the Baby's name is, i told him Uncle Len bought it for a Christmas Present for you.

Best Love From

Jack and Jessie.

 

P.S.Dear Elsie be very carefull and don't catch cold, this weather is really awfull

Jessie"

Note on Wife: Frances Jessie JAQUES (2)

Note by Graham Hoadly:

 

I loved Grandma Hoadly. She was a small woman with fine white hair which in my day I remember she wore up in a chignon. Rather earlier when I was very young I think she had a perm. When I knew her she wore those rather unattractive winged spectacles that were fashionable in the 1960s - the sort you see in the cartoons of "The Far Side"! She was always warm and welcoming.

 

Although she was born in Peckham, and was definitely a Londoner and had an slightly earthy side to her, she was also a woman of refinement and dignity with a soft voice and a merry chortle. She used the Victorian constructions of speech of her generation, which you just don't hear any more in these days of deliberately sloppy imprecise speech and unattractive estuary accents. She would describe a lady's outfit as a "costume" for instance.

 

I believe she was long-suffering listening to my Grandpa's innumerable reminiscences and stories all of which I am sure she had heard umpteen times before. Often as he launched into one she would glaze over until he'd finished, then she'd either laugh or comment as the occasion demanded.

 

Sometimes I would stay for tea - Grandma would tuck a loaf under her arm, butter the cut end, then cut the slice off. Then put jam on it.

"Piece more?" she would ask.

In the dresser in that kitchen there were assorted tea cups - my favourite was a bone china one with fluted sides. I always hoped to get that one.

 

I remember her making marmalade, (but don't remember eating it!)

 

She would often ask me to pop to the shops for her - usually the ones just before Hornchurch station. It might be to Jack Burgess's for greengrocery, or often to get some ham off the bone from Edith Ski's the delicatessen.

 

Somethimes when I came back she would thank me and say:

 

"An ounce of help is worth a pound of pity".

 

I remember her coming over to our house in Hornchurch one day - a very rare occasion, and my mother was on her hands and knees polishing the lino in the hall:

Grandma greeted Mum with:

"Ooh, Gwyn! haven't you got a big arse!"

Needless to say, Mother was NOT amused....

I doubt she felt any better when having proffered Grandma a cup of tea, Grandma proceeded to pour it into the saucer and drink it from there! I was, of course, fascinated.

 

When I grew older and taller than her I recall her commenting and saying:

 

"When you get old you shrivel up!"

 

She used to laugh at my long wavy hair - the fashion in my teens

 

"Ooh! You've got a quiff!"

 

Dad says that one of her favourite songs was "Alice Blue Gown" from the musical comedy "Irene" which apparently she used to sing - but I never heard her do it.

 

In her final years she got very frail, and I think my sister Marion used to do a lot for her.

 

Her death upset me - I remember it was at Christmas time, and I was then in the St George's Church choir at Hornchurch. We had a Carol Service there, and I recall singing "Infant Holy" with tears, embarrasingly, running down my cheeks.

 

Like most Grandmas she had beautiful soft delicate skin - I can still remember kissing her cheek - and that she smelled delicate and lovely.

Sources

1Marriage certificate.
Text From Source: Marriage certificate (GRO St Catherine's House)
Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: 1906 Marriage Solemnised at The Register Office in the District of Camberwell in the County of London.
No: 167
When Married: Twenty Fourth January 1906
Name and Surname: Frederick John Hoadly
Age: 23 Years
Condition: Bachelor
Rank or Profession: Pastry Cook, Journeyman
Residence at time of Marriage: 198 High Street, Peckham
Father's Name and Surname: Frederick William Hoadly
Rank or Profession of Father: Baker Master
Name and Surname: Frances Jessie Jaques
Age: 19 years
Condition: Spinster
Rank or Profession: -
Residence at time of Marriage: 161 Gordon Road, Peckham
Father's Name and Surname: Charles Hancock Jaques
Rank or Profession of Father: Warehouseman Mineral Waters
Married in the Register Office by certificate before me A. E. Baker, Registrar
This marriage was Solemnised between us: Frederick John Hoadly
Frances Jessie Jaques
In the presence of us: L.J. Davis
A. Davis
Charles S. Stephens Superintendent Registrar.
I hereby Certify the above to be a true copy of the Entry No. 167 in the Marriage Register, No. 5 for the said District of Camberwell, the said Register being legally in my custody.
Witness my hand this Twenty Fourth day of January 1906 A. E. Baker Registrar. 24/1/06
St Catherine's House.
2GRO, "Birth Certificate". Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: Registration District: Lewisham. 1882 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Sydenham in the County of Kent
No: 264
When and where born: Seventeenth December 1882. 138 Malham Road
Name if any: Frederick John
Sex: Boy
Name and surname of father: Frederick William Hoadly
Name, surname and maiden surname of mother: Sarah Jane Hoadly formerly Smith
Occupation of father: Baker
Signature, description and residence of informant: F.W. Hoadly, Father. 138 Malham Road, Forest Hill
When registered: Thirtieth December 1882
Signature of Registrar: George Phillips. Registrar
Name entered after registration:
CERTIFIED to be a true copy of an entry in a Register in my custody. Shirley Gibbon. Deputy Superintendant Registrar. 7.11.90 Date
Graham Hoadly.
3"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Births Dec 1882
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Hoadly Frederick John Lewisham 1d 1134
Internet. Call Number: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/ (electronic).
4"F.J. Hoadly Birth Certificate 1881".
picture

Source: F.J. Hoadly Birth Certificate 1881, 138 Malham Road, Forest Hill - 2010

picture

Source: F.J. Hoadly Birth Certificate 1881, Frederick John Hoadly 1882

5"F J Hoadly School 1887".
London Metropolitan Archives, 40 Northampton Road, London, EC1R 0HB. Tel: 020 7332 3820.
picture

Source: F J Hoadly School 1887, F J Hoadly 1887

picture

Source: F J Hoadly School 1887, King and Queen Street School, Walworth circa 2010

picture

Source: F J Hoadly School 1887, 27 East Street, Walworth

6"Census 1891 (Frederick William Hoadly) Plumstead, Woolwich, London RG12/537/16/22".
Text From Source: Frederick Hoadly Head 29 Baker Kent Folkestone
Sarah Hoadly Wife 30 Warwick Coleshill
Frederick Hoadly Son 9 Kent Forest Hill
William Hoadly Son 4 Kent Bexley Heath
Leonard Hoadly Son 1 Kent Plumstead
Margaret Hamilton Visitor 15 Kent Stockwell
Fanny Bolton Servant 17 Kent Langelly
Alfred Alcock Servant 25 Bakers Assistant Norfolk Swaffam
Assessment: Primary evidence.
picture

Source: Census 1891 (Frederick William Hoadly) Plumstead, Woolwich, London RG12/537/16/22, F W Hoadly 91

picture

Source: Census 1891 (Frederick William Hoadly) Plumstead, Woolwich, London RG12/537/16/22, 136 Plumstead Road

7"FJ Hoadly Marmont Road Primary School".
picture

Source: FJ Hoadly Marmont Road Primary School, Marmont Road Primary School, Peckham in 2010

picture

Source: FJ Hoadly Marmont Road Primary School, F J Hoadly Peckham Park School 1894-1896 a

picture

Source: FJ Hoadly Marmont Road Primary School, F J Hoadly Peckham Park School 1894-1896 b

8"Baptism Brixton, Surrey 16 Oct 1896 Frederick John HOADLY" (234).
Text From Source: Baptisms at St Jude, Brixton, Surrey
When baptized: 16 0Ct 1896
Child's Christian Name: John Frederick [sic]
Parents' Christian Names: Frederick William and Sarah Jane
Parents' Surname: HOADLY
Abode: 198 High Street, Peckham, Surrey, Peckham, Surrey
Quality, Trade or Profession: Baker and Confectioner
By whom the ceremony was performed: S. Stapleton Adkins
picture

Source: Baptism Brixton, Surrey 16 Oct 1896 Frederick John HOADLY, Frederick John Hoadly 1896

9"Census 1901 (Frederick William Hoadly) Peckham, Surrey RG13/514/30/11".
Text From Source: Frederick Hoadly Head 40 Kent Folkestone
Sarah Hoadly Wife 44 Warwick Coleshill
John Hoadly Son 18 Lond. Forest Hill
William Hoadly Son 13 Kent Bosely Heath
Leonard Hoadly Son 11 Kent Plumstead
Dorothy Hoadly Dau 8 Kent Plumstead
Eva Hoadly Dau 7 Kent Plumstead
Emma Walkeley Servant 17 Loughborough
Alice Mould Servant 22 Walthamstow Essex
Assessment: Primary evidence.
picture

Source: Census 1901 (Frederick William Hoadly) Peckham, Surrey RG13/514/30/11, Frederick William Hoadly a 01

picture

Source: Census 1901 (Frederick William Hoadly) Peckham, Surrey RG13/514/30/11, Frederick William Hoadly b 01

10"FJ Hoadly Electoral Register 1908". Assessment: Secondary evidence.
picture

Source: FJ Hoadly Electoral Register 1908, Frederick John Hoadly 1908 ER

11"FJ Hoadly Electoral Register 1909".
picture

Source: FJ Hoadly Electoral Register 1909, Frederick John Hoadly 1909 ER

12"Census 1911 (Frederick John Hoadly) Bethnal Green, London RG14/PN1419".
Text From Source: Name: Relationship to head: Marital Status: Years married: Sex: Age in 1911: Occupation: Where born:
HOADLEY, FREDERICK JOHN HEAD MARRIED M 28 BAKER MANAGER KENT FOREST HILL
HOADLEY, FRANCES JESSIE WIFE MARRIED 6 F 25 ASSIST IN BUSINESS KENT PECKHAM
HOADLEY, WINNIE DAUGHTER F 5 SCHOOL KENT PECKHAM
HOADLEY, EDNA DAUGHTER F 3 SCHOOL KENT PECKHAM
HOADLEY, EVA DAUGHTER F 1 KENT PECKHAM
picture

Source: Census 1911 (Frederick John Hoadly) Bethnal Green, London RG14/PN1419, Frederick John Hoadly 1911

picture

Source: Census 1911 (Frederick John Hoadly) Bethnal Green, London RG14/PN1419, 78 Old Bethnal Green Road, 2010

13"FJ Hoadly Electoral Register 1912".
picture

Source: FJ Hoadly Electoral Register 1912, Frederick John Hoadly 1912 ER

picture

Source: FJ Hoadly Electoral Register 1912, 78 Old Bethnal Green Road, 2010 (2)

14"F J Hoadly Electoral Register 1918".
picture

Source: F J Hoadly Electoral Register 1918, 209 Salmon Lane

picture

Source: F J Hoadly Electoral Register 1918, Frederick John Hoadly 1918 ER

picture

Source: F J Hoadly Electoral Register 1918, 209 Salmon Lane, Stepney circa 2010

15"FJ Hoadly Electoral Register 1921".
picture

Source: FJ Hoadly Electoral Register 1921, Frederick John Hoadly 1912 ER (2)

16"FJ Hoadly Electoral Register 1930". Assessment: Secondary evidence.
picture

Source: FJ Hoadly Electoral Register 1930, Frederick John Hoadly 1930 ER

17"Census 1939 Cardiff C.B., Glamorganshire, Wales RG101/7240D/004/31 Letter Code:" (RG101/7240D/004/31 Letter Code:).
Text From Source: Name of person,Married name,Gender,Birthdate,Condition as to marriage,Rank, Profession or Occupation,Occupation comment,Comments
Edward William HOADLY,,M,2 JUN 1887,Married,Bakery Consultant Technician Adn On Layout Equipment Manufacture ,Travelling,
Daisy Mary HOADLY,,F,3 JAN 1889,Married,Unpaid Domestic Duties,,
Leonard John William HOADLY,,M,4 FEB 1922,,,,[Redacted 20016]
Norman Edward HOADLY,,M,25 DEC 1925,,,,[Redacted 20016]
Frederick John HOADLY,,M,17 DEC 1882,Married,Master Baker Retired,[incapacit ?],
Frances Jessie HOADLY,,F,23 MAR 1886,Married,Unpaid Domestic Duties,,
Leonard and Norman's records are "officaially closed" 2016.
picture

Source: Census 1939 Cardiff C.B., Glamorganshire, Wales RG101/7240D/004/31 Letter Code:, Census UK 1939 RG101/7240D/004/31 Letter Code:

18Will.
Text From Source: Wills (Somerset House, Strand, London)
Copy in possession of Graham Hoadly.
Text From Source: THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me FREDERICK JOHN HOADLY of 107 Station Lane Hornchurch in the County of Essex Master Baker
1. I HEREBY revoke all former Wills and testamentary dispositions made by me
2. SUBJECT to the payment of my funeral and testamentary expenses and debts I GIVE AND DEVISE AND BEQUEATH all my estate whatsoever and wheresoever both real and personal unto my wife FRANCIS JESSIE HOADLY absolutely and I APPOINT her sole executrix of this my Will.
IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand to this my Will this 30th day of August One Thousand nine hundred and fifty one.
SIGNED by the said FREDERICK JOHN HOADLY as and for his last Will in the presence of us both present at the same time who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses
Hugh Acton
181 Corbets Tey Rd Upminster
Medical Practitioner

Alexander Victor Hale
216 Fitzstephen Road Dagenham
Engineer (Retired)
Principal Registry Family Division, First Avenue House, 42-49 High Holborn, LONDON, WC1V 6NP. Tel: 020 7947 6946.
19"F.J. Hoadly 1965".
picture

Source: F.J. Hoadly 1965, Frederick John Hoadly 1965 ER

20"Hornchurch Recorder 21 Jan 1966".
picture

Source: Hornchurch Recorder 21 Jan 1966, Jack & Jessie Hoadly Hornchurch Recorder Friday 21 1966

21Death Certificate.
Text From Source: GRO death certificate
In possession of Graham Hoadly.
Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: CERTIFIED COPY OF AN ENTRY

DEATH
Entry No. 274
Registration District: Havering
Sub-district: Havering
Administrative area: London Borough of Havering
Date and place of death: Eighteenth November 1978 St Georges Hospital, Hornchurch
Name and surname: Frederick John HOADLY
Sex: Male
Maiden surname of woman who has married: -
Date and place of birth: 17th December 1882 Sydenham
Occupation and usual address: a Master Baker (retired) 107 Station Lane, Hornchurch
Name and surname of informant: Marion Elaine HOADLY
Qualification: Grandaughter
Usual address: 34, The Avenue, Hornchurch, Essex
Cause of death: 1a: Bronchopneumonia
b: Cerebral Arteriosclerosis
Certified by M. Delany M.B.
I certify that the particulars given by me above are true to the best of my knowledge and belief: M. Hoadly Signature of informant
Date of registration: Twentieth November 1978
Signature of registrar: J. A. Smith Registrar

CERTIFIED to be a true copy of an entry in a register in my custody.
E. E. Evans Deputy Registrar 20.11.78 Date IQ 833329
Family Records Centre, 1 Myddleton Street, LONDON, EC1R 1UW. Tel: 020 8392 5300.
picture

Source: Death Certificate, 17 Rosefield Street, Leamington June 2014 (4)

22GRO Indexes.
Text From Source: BMD Search result details

Civil Registration event: Marriage
Name: JAMES, Benjamin
Registration District: Help St. George Hanover Square
County: London
Year of Registration: 1853
Quarter of Registration: Apr-May-Jun
Spouse's last name: Not available before 1912
Volume No: Help 1A
Page No: Help 343

BMD Search result details

Civil Registration event: Marriage
Name: STOREY, Jane
Registration District: Help St. George Hanover Square
County: London
Year of Registration: 1853
Quarter of Registration: Apr-May-Jun
Spouse's last name: Not available before 1912
Volume No: Help 1A
Page No: Help 343
Family Records Centre, 1 Myddleton Street, LONDON, EC1R 1UW. Tel: 020 8392 5300.
23"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Births Jun 1886 (>99%)
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JAQUES Frances Jessie Camberwell 1d 871
Internet. Call Number: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/ (electronic).
24"Census 1891 (Charles Hancock Jaques) Peckham, Surrey RG12/475/48/23".
Text From Source: Charles H. Jaques Head 28 London Lambeth
Lucy C. Jaques Wife 30 London Bermondsey
Lucy I. Jaques Dau 8 London Camberwell
Frances J. Jaques Dau 5 London Camberwell
Fredk. C. Jaques Son 3 London Camberwell
Florence E. Jaques Dau 2 London Camberwell
Assessment: Primary evidence.
picture

Source: Census 1891 (Charles Hancock Jaques) Peckham, Surrey RG12/475/48/23, Charles Hancock Jaques 91

25"Woods Road School, Peckham: Admission and Discharge Register" (Microfilm). Custom Id: X095/383. Cit. Date: from 1889 to 1895. Assessment: Primary evidence.
Viewed at London Metropolitan Archive 13th June 2003 by Graham Hoadly
London Metropolitan Archives, 40 Northampton Road, London, EC1R 0HB. Tel: 020 7332 3820.
26Microfilm, "Cator Street School, Southwark : Admission and discharge register for girls 1888-1899 / 1899-1915". Custom Id: X095/038.
Viewed by Graham Hoadly 13th June 2003.
Cit. Date: "1888 - 1899". Assessment: Primary evidence.
London Metropolitan Archives, 40 Northampton Road, London, EC1R 0HB. Tel: 020 7332 3820.
27"Census 1901 (Charles Hancock Jaques) Peckham, Surrey RG13/506/160/38".
Text From Source: Charles Jaques Head 38 London Lambeth
Lucy Jaques Wife 40 London Bermondsey
Lucy Jaques Dau 18 London Peckham
Jessie Jaques Dau 15 London Peckham
Fred Jaques Son 13 London Peckham
Florence Jaques Dau 12 London Peckham
Nelly Jaques Dau 10 London Peckham
Lily Jaques Dau 7 London Peckham
May Jaques Dau 6 London Peckham
Assessment: Primary evidence.
picture

Source: Census 1901 (Charles Hancock Jaques) Peckham, Surrey RG13/506/160/38, Charles Hancock Jaques 01

28Public Record Office, "www.census.pro.gov.uk - 1901 Census" (Internet).
Internet. Call Number: http://www.census.pro.gov.uk (electronic).
29Taped conversation with Nelly Maude Jaques.
Text From Source: Taped conversation with Nelly Maude Jaques
Circa 1990.
Graham Hoadly.
30Death Certificate.
Text From Source: GRO death certificate
In possession of Graham Hoadly.
Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: CERTIFIED COPY OF AN ENTRY

DEATH
Entry No. 249
Registration District: Havering
Sub-district: Havering
Administrative area: London Borough of Havering
Date and place of death: Twentieth December 1974 St Georges Hospital, Hornchurch
Name and surname: Frances Jessie HOADLY otherwise Jessie HOADLY
Sex: Female
Maiden surname of woman who has married: JAQUES
Date and place of birth: 23rd March 1888 Peckham Southwark
Occupation and usual address: Wife of Frederick John HOADLY Master Baker (retired) 107 Station Lane, Hornchurch Essex
Name and surname of informant: Robert Charles HOADLY
Qualification: Son
Usual address: 34, The Avenue, Hornchurch, Essex
Cause of death: 1a: Bronchopneumonia
b: Cerebral Arteriosclerosis
Certified by R. Farid M.D.
I certify that the particulars given by me above are true to the best of my knowledge and belief: R. C. Hoadly Signature of informant
Date of registration: Twenty First December 1974
Signature of registrar: S.M. Lightbody Deputy Registrar

CERTIFIED to be a true copy of an entry in a register in my custody.
S.M. Lightbody Deputy Registrar 21.12.74 Date IM 595270
Family Records Centre, 1 Myddleton Street, LONDON, EC1R 1UW. Tel: 020 8392 5300.
picture

Source: Death Certificate, 17 Rosefield Street, Leamington June 2014 (4)

31GRO, "Birth Certificate". Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: Birth Certificate

Registration District: Camberwell. 1906 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Peckham South in the County of London
No: 480
When and where born: Fifth of April 1906. 41 Manaton Road
Name if any: Winfred Doris
Sex: Girl
Name and surname of father: Frederick John Hoadly
Name, surname and maiden surname of mother: Frances Jessie Hoadly formerly Jaques
Occupation of father: Pastrycook (Journeyman)
Signature, description and residence of informant: F.J. Hoadly, Mother. 41 Manaton Road Peckham
When registered: Eleventh May 1906
Signature of Registrar: A. J. Quaif Registrar

CERTIFIED to be a true copy of an entry in a register in my custody J. Breen Superintendent Registrar 19th November 1990
Graham Hoadly.
32"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Births Jun 1906 (>99%)
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Hoadly Winifred Doris Camberwell 1d 968a
Internet. Call Number: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/ (electronic).
33"Winifred Olley Electoral register 1932".
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Source: Winifred Olley Electoral register 1932, Winifred Olley 1932

34"Census 1939 Taunton R.D., Somerset, England RG101/7088H/005/43 Letter Code: WPWW" (RG101/7088H/005/43 Letter Code: WPWW).
Text From Source: Name of person,Status,Gender,Birthdate,Condition,Occupation,Comments
Winifred Doris OLLEY,,F,5 Apr 1906,M,Unpaid Domestic Duties ,
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Source: Census 1939 Taunton R.D., Somerset, England RG101/7088H/005/43 Letter Code: WPWW, Census UK 1939 RG101/7088H/005/43 Letter Code: WPWW

35"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Births Sep 1907 (>99%)
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HOADLY Edna May Camberwell 1d 949
Internet. Call Number: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/ (electronic).
36"Census 1939 Mere and Tisbury R.D., Wiltshire, England RG101/7163G/007/10 Letter Code: WSNN" (RG101/7163G/007/10 Letter Code: WSNN).
Text From Source: Name of person,Married name,Gender,Birthdate,Condition as to marriage,Rank, Profession or Occupation,Occupation comment,Comments
Christopher TEASDALE,,M,5 FEB 1887,Married,Minister Of Religion Congregation,,
Edith TEASDALE,,F,20 JAN 1887,Married,Unpaid Housewife Domestic Duties,,
Edna M M CRANER,,F,7 AUG 1907,Married,Unpaid Domestic Duty,,
Anne Edna CRANER,,F,26 JUN 1934,,,,[Redacted 2016]
John Martin CRANER,,M,11 APR 1938,Single,Under School Age,,
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Source: Census 1939 Mere and Tisbury R.D., Wiltshire, England RG101/7163G/007/10 Letter Code: WSNN, Census UK 1939 RG101/7163G/007/10 Letter Code: WSNN

37GRO, "Family Research Link" (www.1837online.com).
Searchable online index of Births Marriages and Deaths 1837 - 2001.
Cit. Date: 23 July 2003. Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: Name: Edna May Craner
Date of Birth: 7 August 1907
Registration District: Brentwood
Year of Registration: 2001
Month of Registration: July
District Number: 4662
Registration Number: 51B
Entry Number: 133
Dor: 701
Family Records Centre, 1 Myddleton Street, LONDON, EC1R 1UW. Tel: 020 8392 5300.
38"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Births Dec 1909 (>99%)
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Hoadley Eva Iris Camberwell 1d 896
Internet. Call Number: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/ (electronic).
39"Eva Cross Electoral Register 1930".
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Source: Eva Cross Electoral Register 1930, Eva & George Cross 1930

40"Eva Cross Electoral Register 1931".
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Source: Eva Cross Electoral Register 1931, Eva & George Cross 1931

41"Eva Cross Electoral Register 1933".
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Source: Eva Cross Electoral Register 1933, Eva & George Cross 1933

42Robert Charles Hoadly, "Info supplied by R. C. Hoadly".
Text From Source: Info supplied by R. C. Hoadly
Graham Hoadly.
43"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Births Sep 1913 (91%)
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Hoadly Frederick J Jaques Bethnal Green 1c 356
Internet. Call Number: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/ (electronic).
44"Census 1939 Stepney, London, England RG101/0551I/007/15 Letter Code: AVOD" (RG101/0551I/007/15 Letter Code: AVOD).
Text From Source: Name of person,Married name,Gender,Birthdate,Condition as to marriage,Rank, Profession or Occupation,Occupation comment,Comments
Frederick J HOADLY,,M,23 JUL 1913,Married,Baker and Confectioner Manager,,
Robert Charles HOADLY,,M,11 APR 1922,,,,[Redacted 2016]
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Source: Census 1939 Stepney, London, England RG101/0551I/007/15 Letter Code: AVOD, Census UK 1939 RG101/0551I/007/15 Letter Code: AVOD

45"Jack & Florrie Hoadly Electoral Register 1945".
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Source: Jack & Florrie Hoadly Electoral Register 1945, Jack & Florrie Hoadly 1945

46GRO, "Family Research Link" (www.1837online.com).
Searchable online index of Births Marriages and Deaths 1837 - 2001.
Cit. Date: 23 July 2003. Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: Name: Frederick John Hoadly
Date of Birth: 23 July 1913
Registration District: Bromley
Year of Registration: 1995
Month of Registration: December
District Number: 2221A
Registration Number: A23
Entry Number: 149
Dor: 1295
Family Records Centre, 1 Myddleton Street, LONDON, EC1R 1UW. Tel: 020 8392 5300.
47GRO, "Birth Certificate". Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: Registration District: Limehouse. 1922 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Limehouse West in the County of London
No: 344
When and where born: Eleventh April 1922. 147 White Horse Street
Name if any: Robert Charles
Sex: Boy
Name and surname of father: Frederick John Hoadly
Name, surname and maiden surname of mother: Frances Jessie Hoadly formerly Jaques
Occupation of father: Baker and Confectioner
Signature, description and residence of informant: F.J. Hoadly, mother. 147 White Horse Street
When registered: Tenth May 1922
Signature of Registrar: F. Grout. Registrar
Name entered after registration:
I Frederick Grout Registrar of Births and Deaths for the Sub-district of Limehouse West in the County of London do hereby certify that this is a true copy of Entry No. 344 in the Register Book of Births for the said Sub-district, and that such Register Book is now legally in my custody.
WITNESS MY HAND this 10th day of May, 1922 F. Grout 10/5/1922 Registrar of Births and Deaths
Graham Hoadly.
48Parish Register.
Text From Source: Parish Register
49"R.C. Hoadly 1964".
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Source: R.C. Hoadly 1964, Robert Charles Hoadly 1964 ER