Cecil Vernon Gardner

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Personal and Family Information

Cecil was born about FEB 1889 in Broughton, Oxfordshire, the son of James Gardner and Hannah Elizabeth Prue.[Notes 1, 2]

He died on 30 SEP 1918 in France.[Note 3]

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Cecil Vernon Gardner
(c1889-1918)

 

James Gardner
(c1850-c1908)

 

James Gardner
(<1830-<1878)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Jane Pearce Greaves
(<1830-?)

 

James Greaves
(c1795-<1851)

 
   

Selina
(c1797-?)

 
   

Hannah Elizabeth Prue
(c1857-?)

 

James Prue
(<1837-<1878)

   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthABT FEB 1889
Place: Broughton, Oxfordshire
FreeBMD
Source: FreeBMD
Authors: extr. Su Floyd

See Note 1
See Note 2
Death30 SEP 1918
Place: France
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Authors: Commonwealth War Graves Commission of the United Kingdom
Publisher: http://www.cwgc.org/cwgcinternet/search.aspx

See Note 3
Census05 APR 1891
Place: Rectory Farm House, Broughton, Oxfordshire
Type: 1891 Census
1891 census of England and Wales (5 April 1891)
Source: 1891 census of England and Wales (5 April 1891)
Authors: tr. skf
Publisher: original records digitised on www.ancestry.co.uk
Page: Class: RG12; Piece: 1181; Folio: 17; Page: 3; GSU roll: 6096291 Enumeration District : 2

See Note 4
See Note 5
Census31 MAR 1901
Place: Grove Hill Farm, Tingewick, Buckinghamshire
Type: 1901 Census
1901 census of Tingewick
Source: 1901 census of Tingewick
Authors: enumerated 31st March 1901
Publisher: tr. SKF

See Note 6
See Note 7

Notes

Note 1

Births Mar 1889 Banbury 3a 887

Note 2

Births Mar 1889 (>99%)

Gardner Cecil Vernon Banbury 3a 887

Note 3

age 29 on 30 September 1918

Note 4

age w, with parents, 2 bro, sis

Note 5

Class: RG12; Piece: 1181; Folio: 17; Page: 3; GSU roll: 6096291 Enumeration District : 2

1891 England Census > Oxfordshire Broughton District 2

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Schedule 14 Rectory Farm House

James Gardner Head, M, 41 Farmer b. Oxon, Adderbury

Hannah E Do Wife, M, 34 b. Northants, Farthingoe

James G. Do Son, S, 11 b. Bucks, Tingewick

Richard P. Do Son, S, 6 b. Oxon, Broughton

Alice M. Do Daur, S, 3 b. Do Do

Cecil V. Do Son, S, 2 b. Do Do

Charlotte A. Curtis Serv, S, 21 Governess b. Do Worminghall

Ellen Cawley Serv, S, 19 Gener Servant b. Do Deddington

Note 6

age 12, with parents, 3 bro, 2 sis etc

Note 7

DISABLED fol SNUM ADDRESS SURNAME FIRNAME STATUS description Yr agestr SEX ORIGIN COUNTY OCCUP more Same rooms ORDNUM

5a 1 Grove Hill Farm Gardner James M Head 1850 51 M Adderbury OXF Farmer No 0 1

5a 1 Grove Hill Farm Gardner Hannah M Wife 1857 44 F Farthinghoe NTH No 0 2

5a 1 Grove Hill Farm Gardner James Greaves S Son 1880 21 M Tingewick BKM farmer's sonNo 0 3

5a 1 Grove Hill Farm Gardner Percy S Son 1885 16 M Broughton OXF farmer's son No 0 4

5a 1 Grove Hill Farm Gardner Cecil S Son 1889 12 M Broughton OXF No 0 5

5a 1 Grove Hill Farm Gardner Maud S Daughter 1892 9 F Broughton OXF No 0 6

5a 1 Grove Hill Farm Gardner Arthur S Son 1896 5 M Tingewick BKM No 0 7

5a 1 Grove Hill Farm Gardner Dorothy S Daughter 1898 3 F Tingewick BKM No 0 8

5a 1 Grove Hill Farm Tompkins Fanny S Servant 1884 17 F Little Tingewick BKM General servant (dom No 0 9

5a 1 Grove Hill Farm Algar Mable S Servant 1888 13 F Thornborough BKM General servant (dom No 0 10

5a 1 Grove Hill Farm Lewis William W Shepherd 1836 65 M North Aston OXF Shepherd on farm No 0 11

Sources

  1. FreeBMD
    Source: FreeBMD
    Authors: extr. Su Floyd
  2. Commonwealth War Graves Commission
    Source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission
    Authors: Commonwealth War Graves Commission of the United Kingdom
    Publisher: http://www.cwgc.org/cwgcinternet/search.aspx
  3. 1891 census of England and Wales (5 April 1891)
    Source: 1891 census of England and Wales (5 April 1891)
    Authors: tr. skf
    Publisher: original records digitised on www.ancestry.co.uk
    Page: Class: RG12; Piece: 1181; Folio: 17; Page: 3; GSU roll: 6096291 Enumeration District : 2
  4. Monumental Inscriptions in Tingewick church & churchyard
    Source: Monumental Inscriptions in Tingewick church & churchyard
    Authors: BFHS Monumental Inscription project
    Publisher: recorded 1987 & 1988
  5. 1901 census of Tingewick
    Source: 1901 census of Tingewick
    Authors: enumerated 31st March 1901
    Publisher: tr. SKF
  6. Commonwealth War Graves Commission
    Source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission
    Authors: Commonwealth War Graves Commission of the United Kingdom
    Publisher: http://www.cwgc.org/cwgcinternet/search.aspx
    Page: http://www.cwgc.org/cwgcinternet/certificate.aspx?casualty=290081
  7. Buckinghamshire Remembers website (WWI)
    Source: Buckinghamshire Remembers website (WWI)
    Authors: June & Peter Underwood
    Publisher: www