Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Biography:
Ethel Adams

ETHEL LOUISA ADAMS Ethel was baptised at St Peters, Berkhamsted on the 2nd of December 1885. She was the last of five children born to George and Sarah (nee Bird) Adams. The Adams were an established Berkhamsted family, and George was a chimney sweep. In 1891 they lived in the High Street, next door to The One Bell Inn, a lost Berkhamsted pub, located at number 146. In 1901, aged 16, Ethel had moved to 28 Alnwick Road, Canning Town, where she lived with her eldest brother William, his wife Lucy, and three of their children. Her parents still lived in Berkhamsted, but had a full house with eldest daughter Rose, and various grandchildren, including William’s son Alfred. Ethel died in 1903, aged just 18, and was buried in Rectory Lane Cemetery.
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ETHEL LOUISA ADAMS

Ethel was baptised at St Peters, Berkhamsted on the 2nd of December 1885. She was the last of five children born to George and Sarah (nee Bird) Adams. The Adams were an established Berkhamsted family, and George was a chimney sweep. In 1891 they lived in the High Street, next door to The One Bell Inn, a lost Berkhamsted pub, located at number 146.

In 1901, aged 16, Ethel had moved to 28 Alnwick Road, Canning Town, where she lived with her eldest brother William, his wife Lucy, and three of their children. Her parents still lived in Berkhamsted, but had a full house with eldest daughter Rose, and various grandchildren, including William’s son Alfred.

Ethel died in 1903, aged just 18, and was buried in Rectory Lane Cemetery.

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