Person:Catherine Aldridge (3)

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Catherine Aldridge
b.7 Dec 1847 Hornsey
d.1921
m. 1 April 1832
  1. Edward Henry Aldridge1832 - 1899
  2. Napoleon Alfred Aldridge1836 - 1905
  3. Leah North Aldridge1837 - 1912
  4. Virginia Elizabeth Aldridge1839 - 1912
  5. William Aldridge1843 -
  6. Alice Judith Aldridge1845 -
  7. Alfred Frank Aldridge1846 -
  8. Catherine Aldridge1847 - 1921
m. 8 April 1880
  1. Nora Katie Munday1881 - 1972
  2. Kathleen Munday1882 - 1963
  3. Mildred Mary Munday1884 - 1974
  4. Ralph Munday1885 -
  5. Margery Munday1887 -
Facts and Events
Name Catherine Aldridge
Alt Name Katie
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 7 Dec 1847 Hornsey
Marriage 8 April 1880 Sutton (near Croydon), Surrey, EnglandBenhilton Church
to John Hill Munday
Residence[2] April 1881 Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England8 Shalston Villas, Ewell Road
Residence[3] April 1891 Surbiton, Surrey, EnglandThe Mendips, Langley Avenue
Residence[4] April 1901 Surbiton, Surrey, EnglandThe Mendips, Langley Avenue
Residence[5] April 1911 Putney, Surrey, EnglandCedar Lodge, 21 St Johns Road, Putney Hill
Death[1] 1921
Alt Death[6] June 1922 Birkenhead, Merseyside, England

In April 1891, all Catherine and John Hill's children were still at home (Nora, the oldest, was 9 and Margery, the youngest, 3) and they had four servants, with the gardener and coachman living next door at Mendip Stables. In 1901, only Nora and Margery were at home (the others at school) with the servants consisting of Cook, 2 parlourmaids, housemaid, domestic, kitchenmaid, and coachman.

By 1911, the family had moved to Cedar Lodge in Putney Hill (Catherine was 63); all five children were at home, and they had three servants: Cook, housemaid and parlourmaid.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Munday family tree.
  2. 2.0 2.1 1881 England Census.

    reg. Kingston, v.26, Piece 837, folio 87, p.36

  3. 1891 England Census.

    Kingston, V.22; Piece 612, Folio 67, p.34

  4. 1901 England Census.

    Kingston v.356; Piece 667, folio 63, p.63

  5. 1911 Census.

    Wandsworth; Reg.26; ED.13, Piece 2444

  6. Birkenhead, in England & Wales, FreeBMD Death Index, 1837-1915, Vol. 8a p.617, June 1922.