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Family of Adam James EAGLING and Eliza

Husband: Adam James EAGLING (1868-1958)
Wife: Eliza ( - )
Children: Frank EAGLING (1899-1984)
Henry EAGLING (1900- )

Husband: Adam James EAGLING

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Adam James EAGLING, ADAM Eagling WIFE AND TWO CHILDREN

Name: Adam James EAGLING
Sex: Male
Father: Edward EAGLING (1839-1887)
Mother: Harriet (1836- )
Birth 1868 Danbury, Essex, England
Residence 2 Apr 1871 (age 2-3) Danbury, Essex, England
Occupation 3 Apr 1881 (age 13) Farm labourer; Boreham, Essex, England
Residence 3 Apr 1881 (age 13) 3 Old Workhouse, Boreham, Essex, England
Occupation bef 1887 (age 18-19) Apprentice to his father in Blacksmith Forge
Occupation aft 1887 (age 18-19) Bricklayer; Dovercourt, Essex, England
Death 1958 (age 89-90)

Wife: Eliza

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Eliza, ADAM Eagling WIFE AND TWO CHILDREN

Name: Eliza
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Cause of Death: Cancer
Death
Cause: Cancer

Child 1: Frank EAGLING

Name: Frank EAGLING
Sex: Male
Spouse: Violet WISEMAN (1899-1992)
Children: Roland EAGLING (1932- )
Birth 1899
Occupation 1913 (cal) (age 14) Apprenticed to Grocer
Another tale was that when my father Frank was 14 and apprenticed to a grocer, at 10 0'clock on Christmas Eve he had not come home and his father went to fetch him. He was still working and his father was told 'Frank must take the rough with the smooth'. (Story by Roland Eagling))
Death 1984 (age 84-85)

Child 2: Henry EAGLING

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Henry EAGLING, ADAM Eagling WIFE AND TWO CHILDREN

Name: Henry EAGLING
Sex: Male
Spouse: Ivy ( - )
Children: Ron EAGLING ( - )
Derrick EAGLING ( - )
Birth 1900

Note on Marriage

At the time my father was born in1899 life was hard. I have heard that on Sundays my grandfather had a boiled egg for his breakfast and my father, being the eldest, would be given the top. Apart from that it was bread only for breakfast. (Story by Roland Eagling)

Note on Husband: Adam James EAGLING (1)

After his second wife died, Adam continued to work and live in Dovercourt with his daughter Lillian, he later moved to Colchester to live with Roland and family before joining his daughter in Gidea Park where he died two weeks short of his 90th birthday. (By Roland Eagling)

Note on Husband: Adam James EAGLING (2)

Adam was very well read and during a long stay with us in Colchester during WWII he would walk to town each day to the library to read all the papers. (By Roland Eagling)

Note on Child 1: Frank EAGLING

At the time my father was born in1899 life was hard. I have heard that on Sundays my grandfather had a boiled egg for his breakfast and my father, being the eldest, would be given the top. Apart from that it was bread only for breakfast. (By Roland Eagling)