Kenilworth Drury Family  
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William Drury
b.1820     d.1887
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William Drury, the only surviving son of Joseph and Edith, would been 24 years old when the railway came to Kenilworth in December 1844. The railway was a spur line linking Coventry, on the Birmingham / London line, to Leamington spa. Prior to this event all goods had been bought to the town by road and it must have made a considerable difference to life in the small country town.

William, born on the 27th December 1820 (Ref:01), was a comb maker by trade. He married Hannah Eaves, a servant from Kenilworth on 13th. April 1846 (Ref:09) and they are known to have lived ....... more


Marriage Details:
William married Hannah Eaves, a servant from Kenilworth on 13th. April 1846 (Ref:09)
Children Details:
James c.13/06/1847m.n/kd.28/01/1855
Joseph c.04/03/1849m.09/07/1876d.1904
Ann b.20/11/1851m.10/02/1872d.n/k
Catherine Emma c.1857m.n/kd.29/05/1860

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Relevant Documents:

Ann Drury - Birth Certificate

 

 

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