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Edward Munday

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Edward Munday (c1879- ), carriage builder of Norwich

c1879 Born in Norwich the son of Thomas Munday, Coach Builder, and his wife Marianne

1881 Living at Surrey Mews, Norwich: Thomas Monday (age 46 born Norwich), Coach Body Maker. With his wife Marianne Monday (age 40 born Norwich) and their eleven children; Thomas Monday (age 18 born Norwich), Pupil Teacher; Marianne Monday (age 16 born Norwich), Dress Maker; Arthur J. Monday (age 15 born Norwich), Printer Compositor; Louisa Ages Monday (age 13 born Norwich); William Leonard Monday (age 11 born Norwich); Charles E. Monday (age 9 born Norwich); Ellen E. Monday (age 7 born Norwich); John David Monday (age 6 born Norwich); Herbert Albert Monday (age 4 born Norwich); Edward Monday (age 2 born Norwich); Gertrude E. Monday (age 3 months born Norwich). Also his father-in-law John Sexton (age 65 born Norwich), Brush Maker.[1]

1901 Living at 5 Eagle Street, Norwich: Thomas Munday (age 65 born Norwich), Coach Builder - Employer - Widower. With his son Edward Munday (age 22 born Norwich), Coach Body Maker. Also Alice Wright (age 31 born Yarmouth). Note: Looks like Alice the future wife of Edward.[2]

1911 Living at 43 Trafford Road, Norwich: Edward Munday (age 32 born Norwich), Carriage Builder - Employer. With his wife Alice Munday (age 40 born Yarmouth) and their son John E. T. Munday (age 4 born Norwich). Also his father Thomas Munday (age 74 born Norwich), Retired Carriage Builder - Widower.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1911 Census