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Edward Herbert Stone

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Edward Herbert Stone (c1848-1927)

c1848 Born the son of Robert Nathaniel Stone, a Magistrate and Surgeon, and his wife Cecilia Smith

1885 Married in Queensland to Alethe Catherine Joanna Hall

1897-1903 Chief Engineer of the East Indian Railway

1911 Living at Fairlawn, Freshford, Near Bath: Edward Herbert Stone (age 63 born Bath), Retired with Pension Public Works Dept India. With his wife Joan Stone (age 48 born Fermoy, Cork, Ireland). Married 25 years and had three children. Two servants.[1]

1927 February 17th. Died. 'Edward Herbert Stone, second son of Robert N. Stone, J.P.. of Grosvenor, Bath, and of Effra Hall, Surrey, aged 79. Funeral on Monday at Woking Crematorium.'[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Saturday 19 February 1927