EDWARD PACKARD Jnr.

 

Mayor 1886 – 1887.

 

Member of the Conservative Party.

A member of the established church – Church of England.

Edward was elected to the Council in 1871 as one of the representatives of the St. Margaret’s Ward.

 

Born: 28th September 1843, Saxmundham, Suffolk.

Baptised: 30th October 1843, Saxmundham.

 

CENSUS

 

1851   Heckingham, Norfolk.

 

Edward was 7 years old, he was living with his maternal grandmother and maternal stepgrandfather.

Jonathan Darby Eastaugh, 70, a Farmer of 300 acres of land – employing 8 labourers, born Heckingham.

Mary Eastaugh (nee Osborne (1st marriage Woods)), born Benhall, Suffolk.

 

1861   Cranhams, Cirencester, Gloucestershire.

 

Edward was 17 years old, a student. He was a Boarder at the family home of 38 year old Agustus Voelcker, a Professor of Chemistry.

 

1871   The Grove House, Paper Mill Lane, Bramford, Suffolk.

 

Edward was 27 years old, a Merchant & Manufacturer of Chemical Manure. He was married and head of the household.

Ellen, 24.

Edward, 2.

Charles, 2.

Katharine, 1.

4 female domestic servants.

 

1881   The Grove House, Paper Mill Lane, Bramford, Suffolk.

 

Edward was 37 years old, a Chemical Manufacturer – employing 320 hands. He was married and head of the household.

Ellen, 34.

Katharine, 11.

Winifred, 9.

Edith, 8.

Reginald, 5.

Nina, 4.

Phyllis, 2.

Harold, 1.

Ellen, 2 months.

1 cook.

2 housemaids.

1 Upper Nurse.

1 Under Nurse.

 

1891   The Grove House, Paper Mill Lane, Bramford, Suffolk.

 

Edward was 47 years old, a Justice of the Paece and Chemical Manufacturer – employer. He was married and head of the household.

Ellen, 44.

Katharine, 21, a Governess.

Edith, 18.

Nina, 14.

Phyllis, 12.

Walter, 10.

Ellen, 10.

1 visitor.

1 cook.

1 parlourmaid.

1 housemaid.

1 nurse.

 

1901   Brakefield, Westerfield Road, Ipswich.

 

Edward was 57 years old, a Chemical Manufacturer – Fertiliser & Chemical – employer. He and Ellen and their son Walter were visiting Ellen’s widowed father and siblings at the Turner family home.

Walton, 79, a Farmer and Leather Merchant – employer.

Mary Turner, 49, born Ipswich.

Sydney Turner, 44, a Leather Merchant – employer.

Ellen, 54.

Walter, 20, a Student.

1 cook.

1 house/parlour maid.

1 housemaid.

1 kitchen maid.

 

1911   The Grove House, Paper Mill Lane, Bramford, Suffolk.

 

Edward was 67 years old, a Managing Director of Fertiliser Company – employer. He was married and head of the household.

Ellen, 64.

Nina, 33.

Ellen, 30, an Art Teacher – Ladies School.

Walter, 30, a Traveller and Salesman – Fertiliser Manufacturer.

3 female domestic servants.

FREEDOM OF THE BOROUGH OF IPSWICH
24th March 1920 for Service to the Town.

Honorary Freedom or the County Borough of Ipswich has been conferred by the Council under the Honorary Freedom Act 1885, Honorary Freedom of the Said Borough accordingly.

SOURCES:

Image courtesy of Mr. A. Gilbert – Ipswich Borough Council.

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