Charles Robert Aldred

M, #16491, b. about 1855
     Charles Robert Aldred was born, about 1855, in Limehouse Parish, Essex, England.1,2

Charles Robert Aldred married Isabella (?) about 1875. They were listed on the 1911 census as having been married for thirty five years.1,2

Charles Robert Aldred and his wife Isabella Aldred were listed on the 1901 England Census, at 28 Junction Road, in London, Deptford, Kent, England. He was head of household and a boiler tank maker. Also present were his children, Amy Aldred, Charles Aldred, Lewis Arthur Aldred, Edith Francis Aldred, Lillian Maude Aldred and Winifred Aldred. He was listed as Charles R., 46 years of age and born in Limehouse Parish, Essex.1

Charles Robert Aldred, tank maker, was listed as the father of the groom on the marriage record of Lewis Arthur Aldred and Caroline Sangster Cheyne, 19 January 1904; Church of England.3

Charles Robert Aldred and Isabella Aldred was in the household of Edith Francis Cheyne and listed as father on the 1911 England Census, at 32 Merton Road, in London, Wimbledon, Surrey, England. He was listed as 56 years old, born in Limehouse Parish, married 35 years and a tank riveter.2

Family

Isabella (?) b. a 1853
Children

Citations

  1. [S423] 1901 Scotland Census Index, Civil parish: Deptford St Paul, Ecclesiastical parish: St Luke, London, England, Registration district: Greenwich, Sub-registration district: Deptford North, ED 10, Household schedule number: 135.
  2. [S595] 1911 England Census, Class: RG14; Piece: 3493; Schedule Number: 27.
  3. [S389] Website Ancestry.com Website (www.ancestry.com) "London Metropolitan Archives, Saint James, Hatcham, Register of Marriages, P75/JS1, Item 066, Page 33, number 66. London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921. Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1921. London Metropolitan Archives and Guildhall Library Manuscripts, London."