Individual Notes

Note for:   Henry Gaunt,   1849 -          Index

Occupation:   
     Date:   1911
     Place:   Carpenter and Joiner (Census)


Individual Notes

Note for:   Charles Henry Earl,   12 OCT 1884 - 1 JUN 1956         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Electrical engineer at W.H. Allen, Queens Park, Bedford.

Occupation:   
     Date:   1901
     Place:   Electrical Engineering Apprentice (Census)

Occupation:   
     Date:   1907
     Place:   Started work at W.H. Allens, Queens Park, Bedford.

Occupation:   
     Date:   1911
     Place:   Dynamo Fitter (Census)

Individual Note:
     Charles bought burial plots K10, K22 & K34 in Kempston Cemetery for 9 guineas on 12 April 1943.
From notes inside two books, Charles was at the Elstow Board School in 1896.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Roland Henry Earl,   1 FEB 1913 - 30 NOV 1995         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Draughtsman

Individual Note:
     Worked at W.H. Allen, Queens Park, Bedford & then Skefco at Luton.

Individual Notes

Note for:   George William Douglas Earl,   16 JAN 1917 - ABT 4 JUN 2004         Index

Individual Note:
     Worked at W.H. Allen, Queens Park, Bedford.

Individual Notes

Note for:   William Henry Earl,   24 APR 1857 - 21 SEP 1901         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Coachman at Belvoir Castle, Linconshire (not proven)

Occupation:   
     Date:   1881
     Place:   Groom (Census)

Occupation:   
     Date:   1883
     Place:   Coachman (from marriage certificate)

Occupation:   
     Date:   1891
     Place:   Coachman (Census)

Occupation:   
     Date:   1901
     Place:   Coachman Domestic (Census)

Individual Note:
     The grave is roughly in the middle of the East wall of the churchyard, 2 or 3 graves away from the wall.
The dates on the gravestone are hard to read, but birth & death dates obtained from certificates and family bible.

Marriage may have been 23rd November 1883 & not the 27th.

Bought 18 Park Road, Kempston in 1901 for 380 from the builder, James Bushby. The land was part of the Bellevue Estate, Kempston.
For the 1901 Census (31st March), he was living in Elstow but as he died on 21st September 1901 (at 16:40) he would not have lived long at Park Road.
The house passed to son Charles Henry Earl on 13 March 1929 after the death of Mary.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Mary Divers,   4 MAR 1856 - 13 DEC 1928         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Cook at Belvoir Castle, Linconshire

Occupation:   
     Place:   Cook at Belvoir Castle, Linconshire (not proven)

Individual Note:
     Buried with her first husband, William Henry Earl, in Elstow Churchyard.
Not at Belvoir Castle for the 1881 Census.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Howard Clive Earl,   29 MAR 1946 - 23 JAN 2002         Index

Individual Note:
     Howard's grave is in St. Peter's churchyard, near the east gate, on the left hand side of the path when approaching the church.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Phyllis Violet Richards,   18 MAR 1921 - 8 JAN 1994         Index

Occupation:   
     Date:   1963
     Place:   Television Retailers Clerk (from marriage certificate)