Frederick George William HOWARD

Father: George Henry HOWARD
Mother: Winifred Hilda ORME

Family 1: Myra DUFFIN
  1. Stephen David HOWARD
  2. Derek Raymond HOWARD
  3. David Michael HOWARD
  4. Susan Marie HOWARD
  5. Richard Adam HOWARD
Family 2: Valerie FLETCHER

                        _William HOWARD _____
 _George Henry HOWARD _|
|                      |_Emma Edwards ROUTE _
|
|--Frederick George William HOWARD 
|
|                       _____________________
|_Winifred Hilda ORME _|
                       |_____________________

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Notes

Living Individual - Details withheld


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Geoffrey Paul HOWARD

Father: Phillip Lewis HOWARD
Mother: Ivy CREASEY

Family 1: Jennifer Eileen FLEMING
  1. Lorraine Jennifer HOWARD

                         _William HOWARD _____
 _Phillip Lewis HOWARD _|
|                       |_Emma Edwards ROUTE _
|
|--Geoffrey Paul HOWARD 
|
|                        _____________________
|_Ivy CREASEY __________|
                        |_____________________

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Notes

Living Individual - Details withheld


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George HOWARD

Father: James HOWARD
Mother: Jane STONE

Family 1: Eliza MANDERVILLE
  1. James John HOWARD
  2. Annie HOWARD
  3. William HOWARD
  4. George HOWARD
  5. Emily HOWARD
  6. Ellen HOWARD
  7. Elizabeth HOWARD
  8. Ethel Elvina HOWARD
Family 2: Elizabeth ("Lizzie)" A. HOWARD
  1. Ernest HOWARD

                 _James HOWARD ____
 _James HOWARD _|
|               |_Diana ROBERTSON _
|
|--George HOWARD 
|
|                __________________
|_Jane STONE ___|
                |__________________

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George HOWARD

Father: George HOWARD
Mother: Eliza MANDERVILLE


                      _James HOWARD _
 _George HOWARD _____|
|                    |_Jane STONE ___
|
|--George HOWARD 
|
|                     _______________
|_Eliza MANDERVILLE _|
                     |_______________

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George HOWARD

Father: Robert HOWARD
Mother: Elizabeth COBBETT


                      _Charles HOWARD ________
 _Robert HOWARD _____|
|                    |_Alice (Alia) ROBINSON _
|
|--George HOWARD 
|
|                     ________________________
|_Elizabeth COBBETT _|
                     |________________________

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George HOWARD

Father: Charles HOWARD
Mother: Elizabeth STANBRIDGE

Family 1: Matilda ERRINGTON
  1. George Edward HOWARD
  2. Charles HOWARD
  3. John Henry ('Jack') HOWARD
  4. Edith Ethel HOWARD
  5. James HOWARD
  6. Alfred HOWARD
  7. Rose HOWARD

                         _James HOWARD _
 _Charles HOWARD _______|
|                       |_Jane STONE ___
|
|--George HOWARD 
|
|                        _______________
|_Elizabeth STANBRIDGE _|
                        |_______________

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Understood to have died from a fall from a brewery delivery cart pulled by dray horses, as recounted by Betty Howard (Granddaughter)


George Edward HOWARD

Father: George HOWARD
Mother: Matilda ERRINGTON

Family 1: Maude Violet BOND
  1. Eleanor May HOWARD
  2. Clarance HOWARD

                      _Charles HOWARD _______
 _George HOWARD _____|
|                    |_Elizabeth STANBRIDGE _
|
|--George Edward HOWARD 
|
|                     _______________________
|_Matilda ERRINGTON _|
                     |_______________________

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According to family sources, George Edward Howard is believed to have split fro m Maud, although whether the couple were ever divorced is unknown. A death certificate for a George Edward Howard who died on 3 Jan 1976 at 49 Alfred Road, Brentwood, Essex has been obtained because the stated birth date of this George Edward Howard is 26 Dec 1886, one day before the known birth date of our George Edward Howard. This could be just a coincidence and requires further research. The name of the informant is Ethel Maud Teresa Bourne, present at the time of death. No related status is given.


George Henry HOWARD

Father: William HOWARD
Mother: Emma Edwards ROUTE

Family 1: Winifred Hilda ORME
  1. Frederick George William HOWARD

                       _George HOWARD _____
 _William HOWARD _____|
|                     |_Eliza MANDERVILLE _
|
|--George Henry HOWARD 
|
|                      ____________________
|_Emma Edwards ROUTE _|
                      |____________________

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The following is a transcript of a news cutting provided by George's son, Frederick Howard. 

FELL FROM TREE   ON TO MOTOR CAR ROOF 
Man's terrible Death at Purley 

While sawing off the branch of a tall poplar tree at Purley on Friday morning o f last week a man fell twenty feet on to the top of a motor car and from there into a garden. He sustained shocking injuries and died shortly afterwards in Purley Hospital. This was the tragic story told at the inquest at Croydon on Tuesday on George Henry Howard (24) of Veronica, Hare Lane, Blindley Heath. The proceedings were conducted by the Croydon Borough Coroner, Dr. H. Breecher Jackson, who sat with the jury. The widow, Mrs. Winifred Hilda Howard who was very distressed, said her husban d was a tree feller and sawyer and was employed by Messer's. W. Warner and Sons of Sydenham Road, West Croydon. In august 1932 he injured his right thumb wit h a circular saw but there was no permanent ill effects and the use of the thumb was not impaired. In December 1932, he injured his left forefinger with a circular saw and as a result that finger had to be amputated. He had good health and she had never known him complain of giddiness. P.c. T. Worthington stated that at noon on Friday he was called to Purley Hospital where he was informed that Mr. Howard had been admitted suffering from serious injuries and was unconscious. Witness went to the scene of the accident - t he back garden of 57 Brighton Road, Purley. The garden was bounded on one side by Sydney Avenue, and at the end was separated from the garden of a Lansdown Road house by a wooden fence. Standing in Sydney Avenue he saw the tree on which Mr. Howard had been working. Mr. Frank West made the following statement to w itness: " He was sitting on the tree about twenty feet up when the branch he was cut ting broke away very suddenly and knocked him off the tree." Mr West pointed out that deceased fell near a shed in the other garden. There w as a broken branch hanging from the tree by a rope. It was about twelve feet long. A HEAVY BRANCH The Coroner - Was there a motor car near the spot where you were told Mr. Howard had fallen? Witness - Yes Sir. It was in the garden of the Lansdown Road house. I examine d it for damage but found none. In answer to a juror, the officer said the broke n branch was about ten inches in diameter and was very heavy. Dr. K. Smith of Kenley, said that Mr. Howard passed away a little over an hour after admission to the Purley Hospital without having recovered consciousness . A post-mortem examination of the body showed that the cause of death was respiratory failure and shock due to extensive injuries which included a broken bac k and a fracture of the neck. Mr. Albert Frank Warner of 259 Sydenham Road, West Croydon, a son of the proprietor, said he worked for the firm as an employee. At the time of the accident h e was working with deceased and Mr. West. Witness was in charge of the work. Deceased was engaged in sawing off the branch of a tall poplar tree twenty feet from the ground. Mr Howard first put up the tackle and the branch he was cutting was tied by a rope to another part of the tree. Witness and Mr. West held the guy ropes while deceased, sitting on one branch, commenced to saw another branch. It was understood that when the deceased called out "All right" witness an d Mr. West should pull on the ropes and so detach the partly sawn branch. The y were waiting for the "All right" signal when deceased suddenly shouted out. T hey looked up and at that moment "down came the branch" and deceased also fell. The Coroner - You did not see the beginning of his fall? Witness - No sir. He w as halfway down when I saw him. Where did he fall? - into the next garden by a motor car. Did he actually fall on the car? - No, I could not see that. Mr. Frank West, of Leighton Street East, said that when he fell Mr. Howard dropped on to the top of a motor car and then rolled on to the ground. He was unconscious when witness reached him. Returning a verdict of death by misadventure, the jury expressed sympathy with t he relatives.


George William HOWARD

Father: Stanley Alexander HOWARD
Mother: Winifred COBURN

Family 1: Margaret SMITH
  1. Deborah Florence HOWARD
  2. Lisa Phyllis HOWARD
  3. Maria Dawn HOWARD

                             _William HOWARD _____
 _Stanley Alexander HOWARD _|
|                           |_Emma Edwards ROUTE _
|
|--George William HOWARD 
|
|                            _____________________
|_Winifred COBURN __________|
                            |_____________________

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Living Individual - Details withheld


Georgina Clare HOWARD

Father: Graham Barry HOWARD
Mother: Clare Erica Wilson IRVING


                              _William Frederick Arthur HOWARD ___
 _Graham Barry HOWARD _______|
|                            |_Maureen Rosemary Florance WEBSTER _
|
|--Georgina Clare HOWARD 
|
|                             ____________________________________
|_Clare Erica Wilson IRVING _|
                             |____________________________________

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Living Individual - Details withheld


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