Note: N37835 “Effie”
She was 33 years younger than her husband; she was 24 and Henry Hodgson was 58 when they married. Hodgson was just 4 years younger than Effie’s father, who was his close friend. His first marriage was a year before Effie was born.
Her future husband Henry Hodgson was described as “one of the earliest and most intimate friends of the late Archdeacon [Drury], and one of his most active fellow-labourers in the well known-work the Arundines Cami.”, and the prime mover in erecting a memorial window to her father Henry Drury in 1864.
(The Guardian, 30 Nov 1864.)
Effie was only 13 when her father died.
Was married by a cousin (check exact realtionship) John Daubeney, M.
She was in 1871 census in St Edmund, Wiltshire.[S:1737]
Lived at “The Cottage” Tyntesfield, Somerset, as a widow???
Living in a “Lodgon House” [Lodging house?] at 95 Ebury Street, London, in 1901, with her son Reginald who was an undergrad at Oxford. The house was run by Elizabeth Marvin, who was one year older than Amy. Two servants in house.
In 1902 was living at 31 Nevern Square, Earl’s Court, London.
(when she bought her funeral plot at Brookwood cemetery.)
BREMHILL. Marriage Miss Drury. —The marriage of Miss Amy Josephine Drury, eldest daughter the late Ven. Archdeacon Drury, near of Bremhill, in this county, to Henry John Hodgson, Esq.. of 10, Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park, Master of the Court Queen's.
(Wiltshire Independent. 17 Sep 1874.)
Her will was proved by Thomas Hume Bischoff of Bischoff, Coxe and Co.. Her great grandson Richard Hodgson was (briefly) an articled clerk at Bischoff and Co in the 1980s, as a result of an introduction due to the continuing connection with the family.
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