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Family of Edward HOADLY and Emily PANNETT

Husband: Edward HOADLY (1832-1897)
Wife: Emily PANNETT (1830-1862)
Children: Edward Monk HOADLY (1861-1880)
Marriage 6 Oct 1859 Brighton, Sussex1
St. Nicholas', Brighton, Sussex
Witness: Thomas MONK
Witness: Mary Ann KITE

Husband: Edward HOADLY

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Edward HOADLY

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Edward HOADLY, 2005, age 173

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Edward HOADLY, 2005, age 173

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Edward HOADLY

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Edward HOADLY

Name: Edward HOADLY
Sex: Male
Father: William HOADLY (1799-1854)
Mother: Sophia Maria STILL (1798-1877)
Birth 10 Jul 1832 Northampton2
Baptism 5 Aug 1832 (age 0) Northampton, Northamptonshire3
All Saints
Residence 5 Aug 1832 (age 0) Northampton, Northamptonshire3
Augustin Street
Census 6 Jun 1841 (age 8) Leamington, Warwickshire4
Bedford Street, Leamington, Warwickshire
Apprenticeship 26 May 1847 (age 14) Leamington, Warwickshire5
Census 30 Mar 1851 (age 18) Birmingham, Warwickshire6
159 & 160 High Street, St Martin, Birmingham, Warwickshire
Occupation 30 Mar 1851 (age 18) [?] Tea Dealer and Grocer; Birmingham, Warwickshire6
Residence 6 Oct 1859 (age 27) Brighton, Sussex1
17 St Georges Place, Brighton, Sussex
Occupation 6 Oct 1859 (age 27) Grocer; Brighton, Sussex1
Census 7 Apr 1861 (age 28) Brighton, Sussex7
17, St Georges Place, Brighton, Sussex
Occupation 7 Apr 1861 (age 28) Grocer emplying 3 men; Brighton, Sussex8
Dissolved Business partnership bef 2 Apr 1863 (age 30) Brighton, Sussex9,10
Residence 26 Sep 1865 (age 33) Brighton, Sussex11
Brighton, Sussex
Occupation 26 Sep 1865 (age 33) Tea Dealer; Brighton, Sussex11
Court Case 6 Jul 1867 (age 34) London, Middlesex
Bow Street Magistrates Court, London, Middlesex
The Times, Saturday, Jul 6th, 1867, page 13

At BOW-STREET, Samuel Dunstall, assistant to Mr. E. Hoadley, 1, York-place, Brighton, grocer, was charged with stealing 11 blank forms, and forging and uttering five post-office orders for 10l. each. Mr Peacock, the Post-office solicitor, prosecuted. It was proved that the prisoner, who had been many years in the same service, assisted his employer in the management of a branch receiving-house. He absconded from his situation on the 26th, and the next day it was discovered that 11 forms had been torn from the middle of the post-office order book. It transpired afterwards that four of them had been filled up for sums of 10l each, payable to Albert Brown, at other branch offices at Brighton, and the next morning the prisoner presented them, and actually received the 40l before the fraud was discovered. The prisoner went to York and obtained another 10l there; but on presenting a sixth order the postmaster became suspicious, stated that the advice had been improperly made out, and requested the prisoner to call again the next day. A telegram had been sent to the London office, and thence to Brighton, and another telegram informed the officials that the prisoner was on his way back to London. Accordingly, Smee, the Post-office constable, communicated with the railway officials at Hitchin, and waited the arrival of the train at King's Cross, where the prisoner, on stepping out of one of the carriages, was taken into custody. On the charge being mentioned, he said, "Yes, I expected as much," and at once confessed his guilt. One of the blank forms had been found in his bag, and, on being asked what he had done with the others, he replied, "Oh, you may as well have the lot," and taking off one of his boots, produced the remaining five orders from the inside. Mr Vaughan committed him for trial.
Census 2 Apr 1871 (age 38) Brighton, Sussex12
1 York Place, Brighton, Sussex
Occupation 2 Apr 1871 (age 38) Grocer employing 3 men & 2 boys; Brighton, Sussex12
Census 3 Apr 1881 (age 48) Brighton, Sussex13
15 St Georges Place, Brighton, Sussex
Occupation 3 Apr 1881 (age 48) Retired Grocer; Brighton, Sussex13
Census 5 Apr 1891 (age 58) Brighton, Sussex14
15 St Georges Place, Brighton, Sussex
Occupation 5 Apr 1891 (age 58) Living on own means; Brighton, Sussex14
Will 14 Sep 1896 (age 64) Brighton, Sussex15
No 15 St George Place Brighton, Sussex
THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me EDWARD HOADLY of No 15 St George Place Brighton in the County of Sussex formerly a Grocer but now retired from business.
I appoint my wife Eliza Cain Hoadly (otherwise Pannett) and my nephews Samuel Hoadly of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Iron Bedstead Manufacturer and Alfred William Hoadly of Wolverhampton Commercial Traveller (hereinafter called "my Trustees" or "the said trustees") to be EXECUTORS AND TRUSTEES of this my Will And I direct that the expression "my trustees" and "the said trustees" shall include the said Eliza Cain Hoadly Samuel Hoadly and Alfred William Hoadly and the survivors and survivor of them and (according to the nature and quality of my property respectively) and the heirs executors or administrators of such survivor and their her or his assigns (as the case may be) or other the trustees or trustee for the time being of this my Will whether original or substituted.
And I give unto my said wife all my household furniture plate plated goods jewellery linen china glass pictures books and other household effects with a legacy of One hundred pounds (to be paid to her within one calendar month after my decease) for her own use and benefit absolutely.
And I give devise and bequeath all the real and personal estate to which I may be beneficially entitled at my decease (including any over which I have or shall have a general power of appointment) not hereby otherwise disposed of unto the said Eliza Cain Hoadly Samuel Hoadly and Alfred William Hoadly their heirs executors administrators and assigns according to the nature thereof respectively upon trust that my trustees shall sell call in and convert into money the same or such part thereof as shall not consist of money And shall with and out of the moneys produced by such sale calling in and conversion And with and out of such part of my personal estate as shall consist of money pay my funeral and testamentary expenses and debts and the legacies bequeathed by this my Will or any Codicil hereunto and shall invest the residue of the said moneys according to the general direction for investment hereinafter contained with power for my trustees from time to time at the discretion of the said trustees to vary such investments for any other or others of the kind prescribed And shall stand possessed of the said residuary trust moneys and the investments for the time being representing the same (hereinafter called "the residuary trust funds") Upon the trusts following (that is to say) In trust to pay the income thereof to my wife Eliza Cain Hoadly (otherwise Pannett) during her life without power of anticipation for her sole and separate use free from both the debts control or engagements of any husband with whom she may hereafter intermarry and her receipt alone notwithstanding coverture shall be a good discharge for the same And from and after her decease Upon trust to pay to my said wife's sister Sarah Ann Gibbs Widow the sum of One hundred pounds and if she shall die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife Upon trust to pay the same sum of One hundred pounds to such of her children as may survive me and my said wife if more than one in equal shares And upon further trust to pay to Sarah Ann Ducray daughter of the said Sarah Ann Gibbs the sum of One hundred pounds and to each of the seven other children of the said Sarah Ann Gibbs the sum of fifty pounds and in case the said Sarah Ann Ducray or any of the other children of the said Sarah Ann Gibbs shall die in the lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife her or his legacy shall be payable to her or his executors or administrators as part of her or his personal estate.
And upon trust to pay to my said wife's sister Ann Lee Leach Widow the sum of One hundred pounds and if she shall die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife Upon trust to pay the same sum of One hundred pounds to such of her children as may survive me and my said wife if more than one in equal shares And upon trust to pay to each of the nine children of the said Ann Lee Leach the sum of One hundred pounds and in case of any of the children of the said Ann Lee Leach shall die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife her or his legacy shall be payable to her or his executors or administrators as part of her or his personal estate.
And upon trust to pay to each of the four children of the late William Hoadly (my brother) the sum of fifty pounds and in case any of the children of the said William Hoadly shall die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife his or her legacy shall be payable to his or her executors or administrators as part of his or her personal estate.
And upon trust to pay to my brother Henry Hoadly the sum of two hundred pounds and if he shall die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife Upon trust to pay the same sum of two hundred pounds to such of his children as may survive me and my said wife if more than one in equal shares.
And upon trust to pay to each of the four children of the said Henry Hoadly the sum of fifty pounds and in case any of the children of the said Henry Hoadly shall die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife his or her legacy shall be payable to his or her executors or administrators as part of his or her personal estate.
And upon trust to pay to my sister Sophia Still Cross Widow if she survive me and my said wife the sum of five hundred pounds.
And upon trust to pay and divide the remainder of the residuary trust funds unto the said Samuel Hoadly and Alfred William Hoadly and their sister Emily Barnwell in equal third shares as tenants in common and if either of them die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife his or her legacy shall be payable to his or her executors or administrators as part of his or her personal estate.
And I declare that my trustees may postpone the sale and conversion of my real and personal estate or any part thereof for so long as they shall think fit and that notwithstanding that the property the sale or conversion whereof shall be so postponed may be of leasehold tenure or may be otherwise of a perishable or wearing out nature And that the rents profits and income to accrue from and after my decease of and from such part of my estate as shall for the time being remain unsold and unconverted shall after payment thereout of all incidental expenses and outgoings be paid and applied to the person or persons and in the manner to whom and in which the income of the moneys produced by such sale and conversion would for the time being be payable or applicable under this my Will if such sale and conversion had been actually made.
And I also declare that that my trustees may let any hereditaments for the time being remaining unsold either from year to year or for any term of years or otherwise and either in possession or to take effect in possession within six calendar months from the letting at such rents and subject to such covenants as the said trustees shall think fit and may accept surrenders of leases and tenancies and generally may manage the said hereditaments in such manner as the said trustees shall think fit.
And I declare that all moneys liable to be invested under this my Will may be invested in or upon any stocks funds or securities of or guaranteed by the Government of the United Kingdom or of any British Colony or Dependency or in stock of the Bank of England or upon real or leasehold securities in England or Wales but not elsewhere such leasehold securities being held for a term whereof sixty years at least shall be unexpired at the time of such investment.
And in lending money on any mortgage security my trustees may accept whatever title or evidence of title shall appear to them sufficient and in particular may in the case of leasehold securities waive the production of the lessors title without being answerable for any loss arising thereby and my trustees may release any part of the property comprised in any mortgage security if satisfied that the remaining property is a sufficient security for the money owing thereon.
And I declare that the power of appointing new trustees conferred by Statute shall for the purposes of this my Will be vested in my said wife during her life and upon any appointment under the said statutory power the number of trustees may be altered provided that it be not reduced below two.
And I hereby revoke all former Wills and Testamentary dispositions made by me and declare this paper writing contained in four sheets of paper to be my only last Will and Testament.
IN WITNESS whereof I have set my hand to each sheet hereof the twenty fifth day of April One thousand eight hundred and ninety five -
EDWARD HOADLY -
Signed by the said Edward Hoadly the Testator as his last Will and Testament in the presence of us present at the same time who in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses -

AUGUSTUS CHARLES GROSUTT
Hotel Burlington Boscombe Hotel manager -

JAMES HAMBLIN -
6 Dorset Gardens Brighton Gentleman -

THIS IS A CODICIL to the last Will and Testament of me EDWARD HOADLY of Number 15 St Georges Place Brighton in the County of Sussex which Will bears date the twenty fifth day of April One thousand eight hundred and ninety five.
I hereby revoke the appointment of my nephew Alfred William Hoadly as one of the executors and trustees of my said Will and I appoint my friend Henry Kent of Brighton aforesaid Undertaker to be an executor and trustee of my said Will in his place.
And I direct and declare that my said Will shall be read and construed in the same manner and shall have the same operation and effect in all respects as if the names of my wife Eliza Cain Hoadly (otherwise Pannett) my nephew Samuel John Hoadly of Vesey Road Wild Green Sutton Coldfield in the County of Warwick Bedstead Manufacturer (in my said Will referred to as my nephew Samuel Hoadly of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Iron Bedstead Manufacturer) and the said Henry Kent had been originally inserted therein as the executors and trustees thereof.
And in all other respects I confirm my said Will
IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand this fourteenth day of September One thousand eight hundred and ninety six
EDWARD HOADLY -
Signed by the said Edward Hoadly as a codicil to his will in the presence of us present at the same time who in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses the word "Veysey" in the fourteenth line having been first altered to "Vesey" -

F. J. BEVIS Solr. Brighton

GILBERT W. KING Solr. his clerk

AND I GIVE a legacy of twenty pounds duty free to my friend Henry Kent in acknowledgement of his kind services dated 14 December 1896 -
EDWARD HOADLY -

Signed by the Testator in our presence & by us in his

F. J. BEVIS -
GILBERT W. KING
Occupation Grocer
Death 30 Apr 1897 (age 64) 15 St Georges Place, Brighton, Sussex16
Burial 4 May 1897 Extra Mural Cemetery, Brighton, Sussex17
(GH4 Section 8)

Sandstone riged tomb with inset - slightly damaged - lead lettering.
Viewed by Graham Hoadly 10th May 2005 - when it was absolutely overgrown with creeper, ivy and tough vegetation. All cleared away by bare hands and the memorial revealed once more.
This is the inscription - inset lead lettering:

On one side of the tomb;

In loving memory of
Edward Monk, the beloved and only son of Edward and Emily Hoadly
Died April 4th 1880 aged 19 years
"In the morning it is green and groweth up; in the evening it is cut down, dried up and withered" [Psalm 90 v. 6]

Also of Eliza Cain Hoadly
Died January 9th 1903 aged 75 years.

On the other side:

Sacred to the memory of Emily, the dearly beloved wife of Edward Hoadly
Died 8th January 1862 aged 31 years
"In the midst of Life we are in Death"
Also of the above named Edward Hoadly
Died 30th April 1897 aged 64 years.
Probate 11 Jun 1897 London
Effects: £1,241 16s 5d

Wife: Emily PANNETT

Name: Emily PANNETT
Sex: Female
Father: Richard PANNETT (1800-1865)
Mother: Ann Lee CRIPPS (1799-1879)
Birth 13 May 1830 Brighton, Sussex2,18
Christening 26 Sep 1830 (age 0) Brighton, North Street, Countess Of Huntingdon18
Census 6 Jun 1841 (age 11) Brighton, Sussex19
St Georges Place, Brighton, Sussex
Census 30 Mar 1851 (age 20) Brighton, Sussex20
17 St George's Place, Brighton, Sussex
Residence 6 Oct 1859 (age 29) Brighton, Sussex1
13 Rose Hill Terrace, Brighton Sussex
Census 7 Apr 1861 (age 30) Brighton, Sussex8
17, St Georges Place, Brighton, Sussex
Death 8 Jan 1862 (age 31) Brighton, Sussex21
Burial 16 Jan 1862 Extra Mural Cemetery, Brighton, Sussex22
at 10.00am (GH4 Section 8)

(GH4 Section 8)

Sandstone ridged tomb with inset - slightly damaged - lead lettering.
Viewed by Graham Hoadly 10th May 2005 - when it was absolutely overgrown with creeper, ivy and tough vegetation. All cleared away by bare hands and the memorial revealed once more.
This is the inscription - inset lead lettering:

On one side of the tomb;

In loving memory of
Edward Monk, the beloved and only son of Edward and Emily Hoadly
Died April 4th 1880 aged 19 years
"In the morning it is green and groweth up; in the evening it is cut down, dried up and withered" [Psalm 90 v. 6]

Also of Eliza Cain Hoadly
Died January 9th 1903 aged 75 years.

On the other side:

Sacred to the memory of Emily, the dearly beloved wife of Edward Hoadly
Died 8th January 1862 aged 31 years
"In the midst of Life we are in Death"
Also of the above named Edward Hoadly
Died 30th April 1897 aged 64 years.

Child 1: Edward Monk HOADLY

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Edward Monk HOADLY

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Edward Monk HOADLY, 1861, age 0

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Edward Monk HOADLY, 1861, age 0

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Edward Monk HOADLY, 1861, age 0

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Edward Monk HOADLY

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Edward Monk HOADLY

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Edward Monk HOADLY

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Edward Monk HOADLY

Name: Edward Monk HOADLY
Sex: Male
Birth 5 Feb 1861 Brighton, Sussex2
Census 7 Apr 1861 (age 3 mns) Brighton, Sussex7
17, St Georges Place, Brighton, Sussex
Child Count 0
Marriage Count 0
Occupation Articled Clerk to a Solicitor
Census 2 Apr 1871 (age 10) Brighton, Sussex12
1 York Place, Brighton, Sussex
Death 4 Feb 1880 (age 18) 1 York Place, Brighton, Sussex
Cause: Accident
"His [Edward Snr] only child, a son by his first wife, died in 1880, from an accident, to his inexpressible grief."
Probate 23 Jul 1880 Lewes, Sussex
Admin:

Effects under £800
Burial 1880 Brighton, Sussex
Extra Mural Cemetery, Brighton, Sussex
(GH4 Section 8)

Sandstone ridged tomb with inset - slightly damaged - lead lettering.
Viewed by Graham Hoadly 10th May 2005 - when it was absolutely overgrown with creeper, ivy and tough vegetation. All cleared away by bare hands and the memorial revealed once more.
This is the inscription - inset lead lettering:

On one side of the tomb;

In loving memory of
Edward Monk, the beloved and only son of Edward and Emily Hoadly
Died April 4th 1880 aged 19 years
"In the morning it is green and groweth up; in the evening it is cut down, dried up and withered" [Psalm 90 v. 6]

Also of Eliza Cain Hoadly
Died January 9th 1903 aged 75 years.

On the other side:

Sacred to the memory of Emily, the dearly beloved wife of Edward Hoadly
Died 8th January 1862 aged 31 years
"In the midst of Life we are in Death"
Also of the above named Edward Hoadly
Died 30th April 1897 aged 64 years.

Note on Husband: Edward HOADLY (1) - shared note

In 1861, Edward, Emily, and their infant son Edward Monk are living at 17 St George's Place, Brighton, as is Edward's cousin John Still, and one General Servant.

 

In the 1871 Census The family were at 1 York Place, Brighton with Ann L. Pannett (his Mother-In-Law), and one general servant.

[RG10/1081/14]

 

In the 1881 Census, Edward, Eliza and their niece Sarah Ann Gibbs were living at 15 St George's Place, Brighton.

[RG11/1089/97/22]

 

In 1891 they were still there, with one General Servant.

[RG12/812/56]

Note on Husband: Edward HOADLY (2)

Daily News (London, England), Wednesday, April 29, 1863; Issue 5295

 

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED

 

E. Hoadly and J. Still, Brighton, Grocers

Note on Husband: Edward HOADLY (3)

"The Brighton Herald" Saturday May 1st 1897:

 

"DEATH OF MR. EDWARD HOADLY. - It is with great regret that we record the death of a much-respected and esteemed townsman, in the person of Mr. Edward Hoadly, who passed away early yesterday morning, at his residence, 15 St. George's Place, after a protracted illness. Mr. Hoadly was a native of Leamington. He came to Brighton some 40 years ago, and was associated with the grocery business at that period carried on at the bottom of Trafalgar Street by the late Mr. Pannett, whom he afterwards succeeded, and in which he continued up to the time of his retirement, some 15 years since. The deceased gentleman had served on the Board of Guardians from the year 1885, and for the last two years had been Vice Chairman of the Board, every member of which entertained for him a high regard. Mr. Hoadly also officiated as Overseer in 1891-2, and was recently on the Burial Board. He was a very old member of the congregation of St. Peter's, and last year acted as Churchwarden, retiring from failing health. Mr. Hoadly, who was in his 65th year, was twice married, and leaves a widow to mourn his loss. His only child, a son by his first wife, died in 1880, from an accident, to his inexpressible grief. The funeral will take place next Tuesday at the Extra Mural Cemetery; the first portion of the Service being held at the Parish Church at noon. The arrangements are in the hands of Messrs. Attree and Kent."

 

THE BRIGHTON AND HOVE GUARDIAN

WEDNESDAY MAY 5TH 1897:

 

"DEATH OF THE LATE VICE-CHAIRMAN of the GUARDIANS

 

We announce with deep regret that the late Vice-Chairman of the Brighton Board of Guardians, Mr Hoadly, passed away at his residence on Friday morning, at 15, St George's Place, Brighton. He had, as is generally known, been in failing health for some time, afflicted with a heart trouble, but there were solid hopes that with the return of the spring and summer he would be restored to active health again. At the first meeting of the newly appointed Board of Guardians, held at Easter, there was some question as to the propriety of appointing Mr Rose vice-chairman when there was the possibility that sometime, if not actually at once, the popular occupant of that seat for so long a period, Mr Hoadly, would be able to return to it. It was intimated in reply, however, that Mr Hoadly would not regard the appointment in the light of a slight, and Mr Rose then, in taking the chair, after his unanimous appointment, intimated that he should be ready to give place, on his return, to Mr Hoadly. He would, he said, much rather support him than supplant him. Very probably no one present at the meeting thought Mr Hoadly's end was so closely upon him. At the last meeting of the old Board, the Vicar, the Rev. Prebendary Hannah, move "That this Board desires to record its great regret at the continued illness of its esteemed Vice-chairman, Mr Edward Hoadly, and expresses the hope that he may soon be restored to health and able to resume his duties as a Guardian." The motion was unanimously carried. Mr Hoadly seems to have been considered almost convalescent, when, on Sunday, a relapse took place, and he was again prostrated. It soon became evident that he was not going to rally from this attack, and, becoming gradually weaker, he died peacefully a few minutes after the stroke of midnight on Thursday. The deceased gentleman, who was 64 years of age, first became a member of the Brighton Board of Guardians in 1885. He was also a Churchwarden of St Peter's, and took great interest in the affairs of the parish. He signed the notices convening the last Easter Vestry meetings.

 

THE FUNERAL

 

The mortal remains of Mr Edward Hoadly, of 15, St George's place, were interred yesterday in the Extra-Mural Cemetery. The deceased, who died on April 30th, was churchwarden of Brighton from April 1896 to April 1897. The first part of the burial service was held in the parish church by the Vicar, who was assisted by the Rev. Canon Deedes, the Rev. Fairfax Scott, the Rev. D. L. Secretan, the Rev. E. H. Nash, and the Rev. F. L. P. Maurice. The chief mourners were Mrs Hoadly (widow), Mrs Leach (sister-in-law), and Mr S. Hoadly, Mr A. Hoadly, Mr Harry Gibbs, and Mr W. Leach. Among other persons present, either at the church or at the grave were Mr J. J. Holder, Mr D. Friend, Mr. J. R. Gwatkin, Mr W. Bennett (chairman of the Board of Guardians), Mr Mellor, the Rev. Seymer Terry, Mr Lethbridge, Mr W. W. Welling, Mr G. J. Calton, Mr J. O. Thomas, Mr S. Anscome, Mr A. Habens, Mr E. Booth, Mr Bevis, Dr Fox Goode, Mr J. Horton Stephens, Mr A. Dann, Mr Spooner, Mr A. Morris (clerk to the Board of Guardians), Mr Cripps, the Rev. Heathcote Smith, Dr E. Hussey, Mr T. Dewe, Mr E. T. Pearce, Mr T. Berry, Mr G. J. Galliers, Mr Hobbs, Mr Hilton, Mr J. J. Jones, and Mr Burden (Master of the Workhouse).

The Vicar, the clergy, and the choir met the coffin at the entrance to the church, and twenty four boys from the Warren Farm Schools, in which the deceased took so deep an interest, formed the rear of the procession. The coffin, which was covered with flowers, was laid on a bier in front of the chancel. The coffin was of polished oak, and bore on the breastplate the inscription "Edward Hoadly. Died 30th April 1897, Aged 64 years". The 90th Psalm having then been sung, the hymn "Lead kindly light" was given, after which the Rev. E. H. Nash read a portion of Scripture. The hymn "Peace Perfect peace" followed, and, after the collects, the hymn "Now the labourer's task is o'er" was sung. At the graveside the Rev. Vicar took the remaining portion of the service, assisted by the Rev. Fairfax Scott. The wreaths and crosses bore the following inscriptions: -

"In loving remembrance from Harry, Marian and children, Berkhampstead"; "In loving memory from Alfred"; "In loving memory from mother and all the girls"; "To our dear friend from the children of the Warren Farm schools"; "In loving memory from Sam and Annie"; "With deepest sympathy from Mr W. Bennett and family"; "With affectionate sympathy from Mrs and Miss Edwards"; "With sincere regret and sympathy from Madame Verly"; "With deepest love and sympathy from E. And N.P."; "With deepest sympathy from the members and officials of the Brighton Burial Board"; "Remembering affectionately all kindness: Alice"; "In loving remembrance, Mr and Mrs G. H. Graham"; "In token of affectionate regard from the officers of the Warren Farm School"; "With sincere sympathy from his former colleagues and members of the Brighton Board of Guardians"; "With sincere sympathy from Mr. and Mrs George F. Dover"; and "With deepest sympathy from Mr and Mrs James Hamblin"; and "In loving memory, from Emily and Harry." "23

Note on Husband: Edward HOADLY (4)

St Peter, Brighton, Sussex -

 

South Chapel, East Window

 

"To the Glory of God and in affectionate memory of Edward Hoadly, churchwarden of Brighton 1896 and who died 30th April 1897 aged 64 years, his widow has caused this window to be erected

Sources

1"Marriage Brighton, Sussex (St. Nicholas', Brighton, Sussex) 6 Oct 1859 Edward HOADLY & Emily PANNETT" (186).
Text From Source: Marriage
Reference: 186
Date: 6 Oct 1859
Address: St. Nicholas', Brighton, Sussex
Place: Brighton, Sussex
Marriage Type: By Licence
Individual
Name: Edward HOADLY
Gender: male
Age: Bachelor
Occupation: Grocer
Residence place: Brighton, Sussex
Residence address: 17 St Georges Place, Brighton, Sussex
Father: William HOADLY
Father's Occupation: Coach Builder
Spouse
Name: Emily PANNETT
Gender: female
Age: Spinster
Residence place: Brighton, Sussex
Residence address: 13 Rose Hill Terrace, Brighton Sussex
Father: Richard PANNETT
Father's Occupation: Gentleman
Minister: C.E. Douglas (Curate)
Witnesses: Thomas MONK,
Mary Ann KITE
GRO.
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Source: Marriage Brighton, Sussex (St. Nicholas', Brighton, Sussex) 6 Oct 1859 Edward HOADLY & Emily PANNETT, Edward Hoadly Emily Pannett Marriage cert 2

2Edward Hoadly, The Floral Birthday Book.
Text From Source: Information from The Floral Birthday Book (Belonged to Edward Hoadly b. 1832) - now in posession of Anita Binfield
3"Baptism Northampton, Northamptonshire 5 Aug 1832 Edward HOADLY" (115).
Text From Source: Baptisms at All Saints, Northampton, Northamptonshire
No. 115
When baptized: 5 Aug 1832
Child's Christian Name: Edward
Parents' Christian Names: William and Sophia Maria
Parents' Surname: HOADLEY [sic]
Abode: Augustin Street, Northampton, Northamptonshire
Quality, Trade or Profession: Coach Maker
By whom the ceremony was performed: C. Sandys (Offs. Min.)
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Source: Baptism Northampton, Northamptonshire 5 Aug 1832 Edward HOADLY, Baptism Northampton, Northamptonshire 5 Aug 1832 Edward HOADLY

4"Census 1841 (William Hoadly) Leamington, Warwickshire HO107/1135/17/7/45".
Text From Source: William Hoadly 40 no
Sophia Hoadly 40 no
William Hoadley 15 no
Henry Hoadley 13 no
Alfred Hoadley 10 no
Edward Hoadely 8 no
Samuel Hoadley 6 yes
Sophia Hoadley 5 yes
Frederick Hoadley 3 yes
Sarah Wilkins 15 F.S. no
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1841 (William Hoadly) Leamington, Warwickshire HO107/1135/17/7/45, William Hoadly 41

5"Apprenticeship Indentures".
Text From Source: This Indenture Witnesseth that Edward Hoadly by and with the consent
of his Father William Hoadly of Leamington Priors in the County of Warwick
by his executing these presents
doth put himself Apprentice to Henry Linnell of Leamington Priors in the County of Warwick
Tea Dealer and Grocer.
to learn his Art and with him after the Manner of an Apprentice serve from the day of the date of these presents
up to and until the Tenth day of July which will be in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty one
During which Term the said Apprentice his Master faithfully shall serve his secrets keep his lawful commands every
where gladly do he shall do no damage to his said Master nor see to be done of others but to his Power shall tell
or forthwith give warning to his said Master of the same he shall not waste the Goods of his said Master
nor lend them unlawfully to any he shall not commit fornication nor contract Matrimony within the said Term
shall not play at Cards or Dice Tables or any other unlawful Games whereby his said Master may have any loss
with his own goods or others during the said Term without Licence of his said Master he shall neither buy
nor sell he shall not haunt Taverns or Playhouses nor absent himself from his said Master's service day
or night unlawfully But in all things as a faithful Apprentice he shall behave towards his said Master
and all his during the said Term And the said Henry Linnell in consideration of the sum of Twenty Pounds sterling in hand paid to him
by the said William Hoadly on the execution of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and of the further sum of Twenty Pounds by the
said William Hoadly to be paid to the said Henry Linnell on the Twenty sixth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty eight
He the said Henry Linnell doth hereby for himself his heirs executors and administrators Covenant promise and agree to and with the said William Hoadly *

*his Executors and administrators that he the said Henry Linnell his Executors and Administrators and Assigns

his said Apprentice in the Art of a Tea Dealer and Grocer in all its branches which he useth by the best means
that he can shall teach and Instruct or cause to be taught and instructed Finding unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat Drink Lodging ["and all other necessaries" crossed out]
during the said Term And the said
William Hoadly doth hereby agree to find and provide for the said Apprentice during the said Term proper and suitable
wearing apparel and washing and mending thereof Physic in case of sickness and all other necessaries.
And for the true performance of all and every the said Covenants and Agreements either of the said Parties bindeth himself unto the
other by these Presents In Witness whereof the Parties above named to these Indentures interchangeably have put their Hands and Seals
the Twenty sixth day of May and in the Eleventh Year of the Reign of our Sovereign
Lady Victoria by the Grace of God of the united Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland QUEEN Defender of the Faith
and in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and forty seven.

NB The Indenture Covenant Article or Contract must bear date the day it is executed and what money
or other thing is given or contracted for with the Clerk or Apprentice must be inserted in Words at Length
otherwise the Indenture will be void the Master or Mistress forfeit Fifty Pounds and another Penalty and
the Apprentice be disabled to follow h trade or be made Free.

Signed and sealed and delivered in the presence of Jno. Thos. Sanders

[Signed and Sealed]

Edw. Hoadly

William Hoadly

Henry Linnell


Received on the day of the date of the within
written Indenture of and from the within
named William Hoadly the sum of Twenty
Pounds as part of consideration money
within mentioned to be paid by him to me
Witness
Jno. Thos. Sanders
£20
This document, a parchment form, was originally in the possession of Sheila Hoadly Barker, but was gifted to Graham Hoadly, and is now [2007] in his possession.
Graham Hoadly.
6"Census 1851 (Edward Hoadly) Birmingham, Warwickshire HO 107/2054/37/14".
Text From Source: Edward Hadley Assistant U 18 Tea Dealer Northampton

Plus several other Assistants
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Source: Census 1851 (Edward Hoadly) Birmingham, Warwickshire HO 107/2054/37/14, Edward Hoadly 51

7"Census 1861 (Edward Hoadly) Brighton, Sussex RG9/596/54/19".
Text From Source: CENSUS DATE: 7 April 1861
CENSUS ADDRESS: 17, St Georges Place, Brighton, Sussex
CENSUS REF NO: RG9/596/54

Name Rel: to head Condition Age Profession Where Born

Edward Hoadly Head Mar 28 Grocer Northampton, Northants
employing 3 men
Emily Hoadly Wife Mar 30 Sussex, Brighton
Edward Monk Hoadly Son Un 3m Sussex, Brighton
John Still Cousin Un 23 Grocer Kent, Staplehurst
Sarah Ann Etherton Servant Un 19 House Servant Sussex, Cuckfield
Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: CENSUS DATE: 7 April 1861
CENSUS ADDRESS: 17, St Georges Place, Brighton, Sussex
CENSUS REF NO: RG9/596/54

Name Rel: to head Condition Age Profession Where Born

Edward Hoadly Head Mar 28 Grocer Northampton, Northants
employing 3 men
Emily Hoadly Wife Mar 30 Sussex, Brighton
Edward Monk Hoadly Son Un 3m Sussex, Brighton
John Still Cousin Un 23 Grocer Kent, Staplehurst
Sarah Ann Etherton Servant Un 19 House Servant Sussex, Cuckfield
8Ibid. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
9"Daily News Wednesday, April 29, 1863; Issue 5295".
Gale Newspapers.
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Source: Edward Hoadly & J Still Daily News (London, England), Wednesday, April 29, 1863; Issue 5295, Edward bHoadly & J Still Daily News (London, England), Wednesday, April 29, 1863; Issue 5295

10"FreeBMD Website" (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com).
11"Marriage Norwich Norfolk (Parish Church, Eaton St Andrew, Norwich, Norfolk) 26 Sep 1865 Edward HOADLY & Eliza Cain PANNETT" (113).
Text From Source: Marriage
Reference: 113
Date: 26 Sep 1865
Address: Parish Church, Eaton St Andrew, Norwich, Norfolk
Place: Norwich Norfolk
Marriage Type: By Licence
Individual
Name: Edward HOADLY
Gender: male
Age: Bachelor
Age: of full age
Occupation: Tea Dealer
Residence place: Brighton, Sussex
Residence address: Brighton, Sussex
Father: William HOADLY
Father's Occupation: Coach Builder
Spouse
Name: Eliza PANNETT
Gender: female
Age: Spinster
Age: of full age
Residence place: Eaton, Norfolk, England
Residence address: Eaton
Father: Richard PANNETT
Father's Occupation: Tea Dealer
Minister: John Worthy [?]
Witnesses: Charles William LEECH,
Sarah Ann PANNETT
GRO.
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Source: Marriage Norwich Norfolk (Parish Church, Eaton St Andrew, Norwich, Norfolk) 26 Sep 1865 Edward HOADLY & Eliza Cain PANNETT, Edward Hoadly Eliza Pannett Marriage cert 2

12"Census 1871 (Edward Hoadly) Brighton, Sussex RG10/1081/13/20" (RG10/1081/13/20).
Text From Source: Edward Hoadly Head Northamp. Northampton
Eliza C. Hoadly Wife Sussex Brighton
Edward F. Hoadly Son Sussex Brighton
Ann L. Pannett MiLaw Sussex Brighton
Caroline Johnson Servant General Servant Sussex Steyning
RG10/1081/13/20. Cit. Date: 2 April 1871. Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1871 (Edward Hoadly) Brighton, Sussex RG10/1081/13/20, Edward Hoadly 71

13"Census 1881 (Edward Hoadly) Brighton, Sussex RG11/1089/97/22".
Text From Source: Edward HOADLY Head M Male 48 Northampton, England Retired Grocer

Eliza HOADLY Wife M Female 53 Brighton, Sussex, England

Sarah A. GIBBS Niece U Female 19 Aylesbury, Buckingham, England

Sarah WOOSFOLD Serv U Female 25 Charwood, Surrey, England General Servant
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Source: Census 1881 (Edward Hoadly) Brighton, Sussex RG11/1089/97/22, Edward Hoadly 81

14"Census 1891 (Edward Hoadly) Brighton, Sussex RG12/812/56" (RG12/812/56).
Text From Source: Edward Hoadley Head M Northamp. Northampton
Eliza C. Hoadley Wife M Sussex Brighton
Emma E. Harland Servant S General Servant Domestic Sussex Brighton
RG12/812/56. Cit. Date: 5 April 1891. Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1891 (Edward Hoadly) Brighton, Sussex RG12/812/56, Edward Hoadly 91

15Will.
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 EDWARD HOADLY of No 15 St George Place Brighton in the County of Sussex formerly a Grocer but now retired from business.
I appoint my wife Eliza Cain Hoadly (otherwise Pannett) and my nephews Samuel Hoadly of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Iron Bedstead Manufacturer and Alfred William Hoadly of Wolverhampton Commercial Traveller (hereinafter called "my Trustees" or "the said trustees") to be EXECUTORS AND TRUSTEES of this my Will And I direct that the expression "my trustees" and "the said trustees" shall include the said Eliza Cain Hoadly Samuel Hoadly and Alfred William Hoadly and the survivors and survivor of them and (according to the nature and quality of my property respectively) and the heirs executors or administrators of such survivor and their her or his assigns (as the case may be) or other the trustees or trustee for the time being of this my Will whether original or substituted.
And I give unto my said wife all my household furniture plate plated goods jewellery linen china glass pictures books and other household effects with a legacy of One hundred pounds (to be paid to her within one calendar month after my decease) for her own use and benefit absolutely.
And I give devise and bequeath all the real and personal estate to which I may be beneficially entitled at my decease (including any over which I have or shall have a general power of appointment) not hereby otherwise disposed of unto the said Eliza Cain Hoadly Samuel Hoadly and Alfred William Hoadly their heirs executors administrators and assigns according to the nature thereof respectively upon trust that my trustees shall sell call in and convert into money the same or such part thereof as shall not consist of money And shall with and out of the moneys produced by such sale calling in and conversion And with and out of such part of my personal estate as shall consist of money pay my funeral and testamentary expenses and debts and the legacies bequeathed by this my Will or any Codicil hereunto and shall invest the residue of the said moneys according to the general direction for investment hereinafter contained with power for my trustees from time to time at the discretion of the said trustees to vary such investments for any other or others of the kind prescribed And shall stand possessed of the said residuary trust moneys and the investments for the time being representing the same (hereinafter called "the residuary trust funds") Upon the trusts following (that is to say) In trust to pay the income thereof to my wife Eliza Cain Hoadly (otherwise Pannett) during her life without power of anticipation for her sole and separate use free from both the debts control or engagements of any husband with whom she may hereafter intermarry and her receipt alone notwithstanding coverture shall be a good discharge for the same And from and after her decease Upon trust to pay to my said wife's sister Sarah Ann Gibbs Widow the sum of One hundred pounds and if she shall die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife Upon trust to pay the same sum of One hundred pounds to such of her children as may survive me and my said wife if more than one in equal shares And upon further trust to pay to Sarah Ann Ducray daughter of the said Sarah Ann Gibbs the sum of One hundred pounds and to each of the seven other children of the said Sarah Ann Gibbs the sum of fifty pounds and in case the said Sarah Ann Ducray or any of the other children of the said Sarah Ann Gibbs shall die in the lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife her or his legacy shall be payable to her or his executors or administrators as part of her or his personal estate.
And upon trust to pay to my said wife's sister Ann Lee Leach Widow the sum of One hundred pounds and if she shall die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife Upon trust to pay the same sum of One hundred pounds to such of her children as may survive me and my said wife if more than one in equal shares And upon trust to pay to each of the nine children of the said Ann Lee Leach the sum of One hundred pounds and in case of any of the children of the said Ann Lee Leach shall die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife her or his legacy shall be payable to her or his executors or administrators as part of her or his personal estate.
And upon trust to pay to each of the four children of the late William Hoadly (my brother) the sum of fifty pounds and in case any of the children of the said William Hoadly shall die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife his or her legacy shall be payable to his or her executors or administrators as part of his or her personal estate.
And upon trust to pay to my brother Henry Hoadly the sum of two hundred pounds and if he shall die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife Upon trust to pay the same sum of two hundred pounds to such of his children as may survive me and my said wife if more than one in equal shares.
And upon trust to pay to each of the four children of the said Henry Hoadly the sum of fifty pounds and in case any of the children of the said Henry Hoadly shall die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife his or her legacy shall be payable to his or her executors or administrators as part of his or her personal estate.
And upon trust to pay to my sister Sophia Still Cross Widow if she survive me and my said wife the sum of five hundred pounds.
And upon trust to pay and divide the remainder of the residuary trust funds unto the said Samuel Hoadly and Alfred William Hoadly and their sister Emily Barnwell in equal third shares as tenants in common and if either of them die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of my said wife his or her legacy shall be payable to his or her executors or administrators as part of his or her personal estate.
And I declare that my trustees may postpone the sale and conversion of my real and personal estate or any part thereof for so long as they shall think fit and that notwithstanding that the property the sale or conversion whereof shall be so postponed may be of leasehold tenure or may be otherwise of a perishable or wearing out nature And that the rents profits and income to accrue from and after my decease of and from such part of my estate as shall for the time being remain unsold and unconverted shall after payment thereout of all incidental expenses and outgoings be paid and applied to the person or persons and in the manner to whom and in which the income of the moneys produced by such sale and conversion would for the time being be payable or applicable under this my Will if such sale and conversion had been actually made.
And I also declare that that my trustees may let any hereditaments for the time being remaining unsold either from year to year or for any term of years or otherwise and either in possession or to take effect in possession within six calendar months from the letting at such rents and subject to such covenants as the said trustees shall think fit and may accept surrenders of leases and tenancies and generally may manage the said hereditaments in such manner as the said trustees shall think fit.
And I declare that all moneys liable to be invested under this my Will may be invested in or upon any stocks funds or securities of or guaranteed by the Government of the United Kingdom or of any British Colony or Dependency or in stock of the Bank of England or upon real or leasehold securities in England or Wales but not elsewhere such leasehold securities being held for a term whereof sixty years at least shall be unexpired at the time of such investment.
And in lending money on any mortgage security my trustees may accept whatever title or evidence of title shall appear to them sufficient and in particular may in the case of leasehold securities waive the production of the lessors title without being answerable for any loss arising thereby and my trustees may release any part of the property comprised in any mortgage security if satisfied that the remaining property is a sufficient security for the money owing thereon.
And I declare that the power of appointing new trustees conferred by Statute shall for the purposes of this my Will be vested in my said wife during her life and upon any appointment under the said statutory power the number of trustees may be altered provided that it be not reduced below two.
And I hereby revoke all former Wills and Testamentary dispositions made by me and declare this paper writing contained in four sheets of paper to be my only last Will and Testament.
IN WITNESS whereof I have set my hand to each sheet hereof the twenty fifth day of April One thousand eight hundred and ninety five -
EDWARD HOADLY -
Signed by the said Edward Hoadly the Testator as his last Will and Testament in the presence of us present at the same time who in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses -

AUGUSTUS CHARLES GROSUTT
Hotel Burlington Boscombe Hotel manager -

JAMES HAMBLIN -
6 Dorset Gardens Brighton Gentleman -

THIS IS A CODICIL to the last Will and Testament of me EDWARD HOADLY of Number 15 St Georges Place Brighton in the County of Sussex which Will bears date the twenty fifth day of April One thousand eight hundred and ninety five.
I hereby revoke the appointment of my nephew Alfred William Hoadly as one of the executors and trustees of my said Will and I appoint my friend Henry Kent of Brighton aforesaid Undertaker to be an executor and trustee of my said Will in his place.
And I direct and declare that my said Will shall be read and construed in the same manner and shall have the same operation and effect in all respects as if the names of my wife Eliza Cain Hoadly (otherwise Pannett) my nephew Samuel John Hoadly of Vesey Road Wild Green Sutton Coldfield in the County of Warwick Bedstead Manufacturer (in my said Will referred to as my nephew Samuel Hoadly of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Iron Bedstead Manufacturer) and the said Henry Kent had been originally inserted therein as the executors and trustees thereof.
And in all other respects I confirm my said Will
IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand this fourteenth day of September One thousand eight hundred and ninety six
EDWARD HOADLY -
Signed by the said Edward Hoadly as a codicil to his will in the presence of us present at the same time who in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses the word "Veysey" in the fourteenth line having been first altered to "Vesey" -

F. J. BEVIS Solr. Brighton

GILBERT W. KING Solr. his clerk

AND I GIVE a legacy of twenty pounds duty free to my friend Henry Kent in acknowledgement of his kind services dated 14 December 1896 -
EDWARD HOADLY -

Signed by the Testator in our presence & by us in his

F. J. BEVIS -
GILBERT W. KING
Principal Registry Family Division, First Avenue House, 42-49 High Holborn, LONDON, WC1V 6NP. Tel: 020 7947 6946.
16"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Name: Hoadly, Edward
Record Type: Deaths
Age at death: 64
Quarter: June
Year: 1897
District: Brighton
County: Sussex East Sussex
Volume: 2b
Page: 140
Internet. Call Number: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/ (electronic).
17Brighton Guardian.
Text From Source: Brighton Guardian wednesday 5th May 1897
Brighton Library, Vantage Point, New England Street, Brighton, BN1 2GW. Tel: 01273 290 800.
18Church of the Latter Day Saints, International Genealogical Index (http://www.familysearch.org/).
Text From Source: International Genealogical Index
19"Census 1841 (Richard Pannett) Brighton, Sussex HO107/1121/10/46/26".
Text From Source: Richard Pannett 40 Grocer yes
Ann Pannett 40 yes
Sarah Ann Pannett 15 yes
Eliza Pannett 13 yes
Emily Pannett 11 yes
Ann Pannett 9 yes
Louisa Pannett 7 yes
Ann Shear 30 yes
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Source: Census 1841 (Richard Pannett) Brighton, Sussex HO107/1121/10/46/26, Richard Pannett 41

20"Census 1851 (Richard Pannett) Brighton, Sussex HO 107/ 1645/886/27".
Text From Source: Richard Pannett Head M 51 Grocer Sussex Worthing
Ann L Pannett Wife M 51 Sussex Brighton
Eliza C Pannett Daur U 23 Sussex Brighton
Emily Pannett Daur U 20 Sussex Brighton
Anne Steer Serv U 41 House Serv. Sussex Horsham
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Source: Census 1851 (Richard Pannett) Brighton, Sussex HO 107/ 1645/886/27, Richard Pannett 51

21GRO 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.
22Woodvale Crematorium, Brighton - Registers.
Text From Source: Information supplied from Registers at Woodvale Crematorium, Brighton (Telephone Conversation)
Woodvale Crematorium, Lewes Road, Brighton, BN2 3QB. Tel: 01273 604 020.
23Brighton Herald.
Text From Source: Brighton Herald Saturday 11th April 1885
Text From Source: "The Brighton Herald" Saturday May 1st 1897:

"DEATH OF MR. EDWARD HOADLY. - It is with great regret tht we record the death of a much-respected and esteemed townsman, in the person of Mr. Edward Hoadly, who passed away early yesterday morning, at his residence, 15 St. George's Place, after a protracted illness. Mr. Hoadly was a native of Leamington. He came to Brighton some 40 years ago, and was associated with the grocery business at that period carried on at the bottom of Trafalgar Street by the late Mr. Pannett, whom he afterwards succeeded, and in which he continued up to the time of his retirement, some 15 years since. The deceased gentleman had served on the Board of Guardians from the year 1885, and for the last two years had been Vice Chairman of the Board, every member of which entertained for him a high regard. Mr. Hoadly also officiated as Overseer in 1891-2, and was recently on the Burial Board. He was a very old member of the congregation of St. Peter's, and last year acted as Churchwarden, retiring from failing health. Mr. Hoadly, who was in his 65th year, was twice married, and leaves a widow to mourn his loss. His only child, a son by his first wife, died in 1880, from an accident, to his inexpressable grief. The funeral will take place next Tuesday at the Extra Mural Cemetery; the first portion of the Service being held at the Parish Church at noon. The arrangements are in the hands of Messrs. Attree and Kent."

THE BRIGHTON AND HOVE GUARDIAN
WEDNESDAY MAY 5TH 1897:

"DEATH OF THE LATE VICE-CHAIRMAN of the GUARDIANS

We announce with deep regret that the late Vice-Chairman of the Brighton Board of Guardians, Mr Hoadly, passed away at his residence on Friday morning, at 15, St George's Place, Brighton. He had, as is generally known, been in failing health for some time, afflicted with a heart trouble, but there were solid hopes that with the return of the spring and summer he would be restored to active health again. At the first meeting of the newly appointed Board of Guardians, held at Easter, there was some question as to the propriety of appointing Mr Rose vice-chairman when there was the possibility that sometime, if not actually at once, the popular occupant of that seat for so long a period, Mr Hoadly, would be able to return to it. It was intimated in reply, however, that Mr Hoadly would not regard the appointment in the light of a slight, and Mr Rose then, in taking the chair, after his unanimous appointment, intimated that he should be ready to give place, on his return, to Mr Hoadly. He would, he said, much rather support him than supplant him. Very probably no one present at the meeting thought Mr Hoadly's end was so closely upon him. At the last meeting of the old Board, the Vicar, the Rev. Prebendary Hannah, move "That this Board desires to record its great regret at the continued illness of its esteemed Vice-chairman, Mr Edward Hoadly, and expresses the hope that he may soon be restored to health and able to resume his duties as a Guardian." The motion was unanimously carried. Mr Hoadly seems to have been considered almost convalescent, when, on Sunday, a relapse took place, and he was again prostrated. It soon became evident that he was not going to rally from this attack, and, becoming gradually weaker, he died peacefully a few minutes after the stroke of midnight on Thursday. The deceased gentleman, who was 64 years of age, first became a member of the Brighton Board of Guardians in 1885. He was also a Churchwarden of St Peter's, and took great interest in the affairs of the parish. He signed the notices convening the last Easter Vestry meetings.

THE FUNERAL

The mortal remains of Mr Edward Hoadly, of 15, St George's place, were interred yesterday in the Extra-Mural Cemetery. The deceased, who died on April 30th, was churchwarden of Brighton from April 1896 to April 1897. The first part of the burial service was held in the parish church by the Vicar, who was assisted by the Rev. Canon Deedes, the Rev. Fairfax Scott, the Rev. D. L. Secretan, the Rev. E. H. Nash, and the Rev. F. L. P. Maurice. The chief mourners were Mrs Hoadly (widow), Mrs Leach (sister-in-law), and Mr S. Hoadly, Mr A. Hoadly, Mr Harry Gibbs, and Mr W. Leach. Among other persons present, either at the church or at the grave were Mr J. J. Holder, Mr D. Friend, Mr. J. R. Gwatkin, Mr W. Bennett (chairman of the Board of Guardians), Mr Mellor, the Rev. Seymer Terry, Mr Lethbridge, Mr W. W. Welling, Mr G. J. Calton, Mr J. O. Thomas, Mr S. Anscome, Mr A. Habens, Mr E. Booth, Mr Bevis, Dr Fox Goode, Mr J. Horton Stephens, Mr A. Dann, Mr Spooner, Mr A. Morris (clerk to the Board of Guardians), Mr Cripps, the Rev. Heathcote Smith, Dr E. Hussey, Mr T. Dewe, Mr E. T. Pearce, Mr T. Berry, Mr G. J. Galliers, Mr Hobbs, Mr Hilton, Mr J. J. Jones, and Mr Burden (Master of the Workhouse).
The Vicar, the clergy, and the choir met the coffin at the entrance to the church, and twenty four boys from the Warren Farm Schools, in which the deceased took so deep an interest, formed the rear of the procession. The coffin, which was covered with flowers, was laid on a bier in front of the chancel. The coffin was of polished oak, and bore on the breastplate the inscription "Edward Hoadly. Died 30th April 1897, Aged 64 years". The 90th Psalm having then been sung, the hymn "Lead kindly light" was given, after which the Rev. E. H. Nash read a portion of Scripture. The hymn "Peace Perfect peace" followed, and, after the collects, the hymn "Now the labourer's task is o'er" was sung. At the graveside the Rev. Vicar took the remaining portion of the service, assisted by the Rev. Fairfax Scott. The wreaths and crosses bore the following inscriptions: -
"In loving remembrance from Harry, Marian and children, Berkhampstead"; "In loving memory from Alfred"; "In loving memory from mother and all the girls"; "To our dear friend from the children of the Warren Farm schools"; "In loving memory from Sam and Annie"; "With deepest sympathy from Mr W. Bennett and family"; "With affectionate sympathy from Mrs and Miss Edwards"; "With sincere regret and sympathy from Madame Verly"; "With deepest love and sympathy from E. And N.P."; "With deepest sympathy from the members and officials of the Brighton Burial Board"; "Remembering affectionately all kindness: Alice"; "In loving remembrance, Mr and Mrs G. H. Graham"; "In token of affectionate regard from the officers of the Warren Farm School"; "With sincere sympathy from his former colleagues and members of the Brighton Board of Guardians"; "With sincere sympathy from Mr. and Mrs George F. Dover"; and "With deepest sympathy from Mr and Mrs James Hamblin"; and "In loving memory, from Emily and Harry." "
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