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Edgar Holladay

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Edgar Holladay (1868-1943) of Garton and King

1868 Born at Faversham, the son of Stephen Holladay (1835-1921), Grocer, and his wife Maria Baggs (1836-1912)

Worked for Shepherd Neame

1907 Married Beatrice Eland

1911 Living at 10 Waverley Avenue, Thornton Hill, Exeter: Edgar Holladay (age 43 born Faversham), Heating and Lighting Engineer - Employer. With his wife Beatrice Holladay (age 28 born Exeter. One servant.[1]

1912 Birth of son Henry Edgar Eland Holladay

1917 August 17th. Birth of son Alec Hugo Holladay?.[2]

1939 Marriage of their eldest son Henry E. E. Holladay, director of Garton and King, to Nancy R. Lovely of Battersea Park. Best man was the groom's brother Alec Holladay. [3][4]

1943 January 2nd. Died

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. Western Times - Monday 20 August 1917
  3. Western Times - Friday 25 August 1939
  4. Express and Echo - Monday 21 August 1939