See also

Edith Ann ASHPLANT (1890-1974)

Name: Edith Ann ASHPLANT1
Sex: Female
Father: John ASHPLANT (1845-1901)
Mother: Mary Ann ELSTONE (1853-1916)

Individual Events and Attributes

Birth 10 Feb 1890 Crediton , Devon, England
Blagdon Place, Crediton
Census 5 Apr 1891 (age 1) Crediton , Devon, England2
Blagdon Place Cottage, Crediton
Census 31 Mar 1901 (age 10) Crediton , Devon, England3
Crediton Union Workhouse
Edith was in the workhouse with her brother Charles
Census 2 Apr 1911 (age 21) Herne Bay, Kent, England4
Glencoe, Herne Bay
Edith was in service for Mr and Mrs George Nightingale. he was an advertisement canvasser.
Occupation 2 Apr 1911 (age 21) General Domestic Servant; Herne Bay, Kent, England4
Death 1974 (age 83-84)

Individual Note

Brought up in Mueller Orphanage, Bristol, after the death of her father. Prior to this she was in the Crediton Workhouse. Entered the orphanage on 18th November 1902. She left on 12 June 1907, and was employed as a general servant in Herne Bay.

In 1946 she was working at Luscombe Castle in Dawlish.

In 1966 she was living at Glencreedy Cottages, Mill Street.

She did not marry.

Sources

1"Nick Heard". www.heardfamilyhistory.org.uk. This GEDCOM is predominantly the work of Nick Heard, but it incorporates the collaborated work of many other family historians. You are welcome to use the information herein but please acknowledge the source. Every effort has been made to ensure the data is accurate, but any use you make of it is entirely at your own risk. (c) Nick Heard 2009
2"Census 1891 Crediton , Devon, England RG12/1760 Folio79 Page 7 (John Ashplant)". RG12/1760 Folio79 Page 7. Cit. Date: 5 April 1891. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
3"Census 1901 Crediton , Devon, England RG13/2129 Folio 15 Page 22 (Ashplant)". RG13/2129 Folio 15 Page 22. Cit. Date: 31 March 1901. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
4"Census 1911 Herne Bay, Kent England RG14/4358 RG78/176 RD59 SD2 ED7 SN125 (Edith Ashplant)". RG14/4358 RG78/176 RD59 SD2 ED7 SN125. Cit. Date: 2 April 1911. Assessment: Secondary evidence.