Albert Edward Afford, 1894

Name
Albert Edward /Afford/
Given names
Albert Edward
Surname
Afford
Type
birth name
Birth between July 1894 and September 1894 25 25
Occupation
Laboratory Technicial

Note: His employer is given as Dr Haldane. This is possibly the Physiologist JS Haldane.
Birth of a brotherIsaac John Afford
between April 1896 and June 1896 (aged 1 year)
Birth of a brotherWalter Reginald Afford
March 23, 1899 (aged 4 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherIsaac Afford
between January 1899 and March 1899 (aged 4 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherMary Miller Bennett
between January 1900 and March 1900 (aged 5 years)
Birth of a sisterGrace Mary Mills Afford
August 1900 (aged 6 years)
Census March 31, 1901 (aged 6 years)
Address: 32 Canal Street
Associate: Sarah Ann Whitemother
CensusWalter Henry Joseph Afford
March 31, 1901 (aged 6 years)
CensusSarah Ann White
March 31, 1901 (aged 6 years)
CensusMaud Elizabeth H Afford
March 31, 1901 (aged 6 years)
CensusIsaac John Afford
March 31, 1901 (aged 6 years)
CensusWalter Reginald Afford
March 31, 1901 (aged 6 years)
CensusGrace Mary Mills Afford
March 31, 1901 (aged 6 years)
Birth of a sisterDoris Beatrice Afford
July 2, 1904 (aged 10 years)
Birth of a sisterGladys Louise Afford
January 2, 1909 (aged 14 years)
Census April 2, 1911 (aged 16 years)
Address: 57 Great Clarendon Street
Associate: Sarah Ann Whitemother
CensusDoris Beatrice Afford
April 2, 1911 (aged 16 years)
CensusWalter Henry Joseph Afford
April 2, 1911 (aged 16 years)
CensusSarah Ann White
April 2, 1911 (aged 16 years)
CensusIsaac John Afford
April 2, 1911 (aged 16 years)
CensusWalter Reginald Afford
April 2, 1911 (aged 16 years)
CensusGrace Mary Mills Afford
April 2, 1911 (aged 16 years)
CensusGladys Louise Afford
April 2, 1911 (aged 16 years)
Death of a fatherWalter Henry Joseph Afford
between April 1913 and June 1913 (aged 18 years)
Military
Private
from September 14, 1914 to April 12, 1919 (aged 24 years)

Death of a brotherIsaac John Afford
May 14, 1917 (aged 22 years)
Immigration September 19, 1921 (aged 27 years)
SS ‘Baltic’
SS ‘Baltic’

Note: Built by Harland & Wolff Limited, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1904. 23,884 gross tons; 726 (bp) feet long; 75 feet wide. Steam quadruple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 16 knots. 2,875 passengers (425 first class, 450 second class, 2,000 third class).Two funnels, four masts. Built for White Star and Dominion Lines, in 1904 and named Baltic. Liverpool-New York service. Largest ship afloat, 1904-05. Troopship during World War I. Scrapped at Osaka, Japan in 1933.
Death of a motherSarah Ann White
between April 1946 and June 1946 (aged 51 years)
Death of a sisterGladys Louise Afford
between July 1973 and September 1973 (aged 79 years)
Death of a brotherWalter Reginald Afford
between January 1976 and March 1976 (aged 81 years)
Death of a sisterDoris Beatrice Afford
between October 1978 and December 1978 (aged 84 years)
Death

Last change July 19, 201822:09:35

Family with parents
father
18691913
Birth: between January 1869 and March 1869 41 37England
Death: between April 1913 and June 1913England
mother
18691946
Birth: 1869England
Death: between April 1946 and June 1946England
Marriage
Marriage: between October 1891 and December 1891Thame, Oxfordshire, England
21 months
elder sister
1893
Birth: between April 1893 and June 1893 24 24England
Death:
18 months
himself
1894
Birth: between July 1894 and September 1894 25 25England
Death:
2 years
younger brother
18961917
Birth: between April 1896 and June 1896 27 27England
Death: May 14, 1917England
3 years
younger brother
18991976
Birth: March 23, 1899 30 30England
Death: between January 1976 and March 1976England
18 months
younger sister
1900
Birth: August 1900 31 31England
Death:
4 years
younger sister
19041978
Birth: July 2, 1904 35 35England
Death: between October 1978 and December 1978England
5 years
younger sister
19091973
Birth: January 2, 1909 40 40England
Death: between July 1973 and September 1973England
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Immigration
Note: Built by Harland & Wolff Limited, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1904. 23,884 gross tons; 726 (bp) feet long; 75 feet wide. Steam quadruple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 16 knots. 2,875 passengers (425 first class, 450 second class, 2,000 third class).Two funnels, four masts. Built for White Star and Dominion Lines, in 1904 and named Baltic. Liverpool-New York service. Largest ship afloat, 1904-05. Troopship during World War I. Scrapped at Osaka, Japan in 1933.
Immigration
Immigration
Occupation
Occupation