Born 28 August 1841
Occupation ~ Clerk
Married Ann Wheeler 17 March 1831 Mickleton
He married Ann Wheeler, by licence, at Mickleton Gloucester, on 17th March 1831, he being described as a bachelor of the parish of Evesham, employed as a clerk. Ann Wheeler had been born on 8 March 1809 at Inkeberrow, Worcestershire; her parents were Richard and Mary Wheeler.
Edward and Anne had 8 children and the records of their births show the family living in a number of places. Their first child, Sara Elizabeth (27 April 1833) was born in Birmingham as was their second child, Lucy Jane (22 June 1835), who died on 21st August 1856. They were both baptised in nonconformist churches in Birmingham. When Sara was baptised the family was living in Bondford Street; when Lucy was baptised they were living in Ravenhurst Street. On both occasions their father Edward’s occupation was given as grocer. Henry was born in 1836 but there are no further details.