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PostSubject: Re: William Edmondson Dudley   Tue Feb 26, 2013 5:20 am

Surgeon Maj W.E.Dudley must have crossed the border at some point as he was awarded the Medal with 1879 Clasp
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PostSubject: Re: William Edmondson Dudley   Wed Apr 10, 2013 10:59 pm

DEATHS IN THE SERVICES.

"Brigade Surgeon William Edmondson Dudley, R.A.M.C.(ret.), died at Bath on April 13th, aged 86. He was educated in the school of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, took the L.A.H. and L.R.C.S.I. in 1862, and the L.R.C.S.Ed. in 1863, and entered the army as assistant surgeon in April, 1863. In the old regimental days he served for five years in the 76th Foot, now the 2nd battalion of the Duke of Wellington's West Riding regiment. He became surgeon major in 1876, and retired, with a step of honorary rank, in 1884. He served in the Zulu war of 1879 with the 3rd Foot, the Buffs, and received the medal with a clasp".
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PostSubject: William Edmondson Dudley   Sat Mar 11, 2017 7:25 am

Lansdown Cemetery – Memorial Inscriptions  Bath Preservation Trust

Double-length plot with a headstone on western end (facing east) and a Celtic cross on a large plinth at its centre.  
The birth of Evelyn Margaret Dudley was registered 1877/Q1 S Stoneham. The birth of Ethel Constance Dudley was registered 1878/Q3 Daventry. The birth of Bernard John Cherelton Dudley was registered 1890//Q2 Bath, mother’s maiden name: Sealy.  
In the 1901 census at 15 Sion Hill, Bath: William Edmondson Dudley, aged 62, Brigade Surgeon Col Army retired, born at Tipperary, Ireland, wife Annie Marion, aged 49, born at Neermuch, India British Subject, children: Evelyn Margaret, aged 24, born at Southampton, Ethel Constance, aged 22, born at Weedon (Northants), Muriel Marion, aged 20, born at Fulwood near Preston (Lancs), Leonard Grey, aged 18, born at Poona, India, Eff....tt Edith, aged 16, born at Weston, Bath, Bernard John Cherelton, aged 10, born at Weston, Bath, and two servants.  
The marriage of Evelyn Margaret Dudley to Charles Archibald Pooley was registered 1901/Q4 Bath. (The birth of Charles Archibald Pooley was registered 1879/Q4 Cirencester.)  
From the burial register: Anne Marion Dudley, aged 55, of 15 Sion Hill, was buried on 7 Jun 1906.  
In the 1911 census at 18 Portland Place, Bath: William Edmondson Dudley, aged 72, widower, retired Brigade Surgeon & Lt Col Army, born at Templemore, county Tipperary, children: Bernard John Charleton, aged 20, born at Bath, and Ethel Constance, aged 32, unmarried, born at Weedon (Northants), and two servants.  
From the burial register: William Edmondson Dudley, aged 86, of 18 Portland Place, was buried on 16 Apr 1925.  
The birth of John L G Dudley was registered 1915/Q1 Eton, mother’s maiden name: Deane.  
The death of Charles A Pooley, aged 55, was registered 1955/Q1 Middlesex.


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IN LOVING MEMORY OF ANNE MARION BELOVED WIFE OF BRIGADE SURGEON W. E. DUDLEY A.M. WHO DIED 3RD JUNE 1906, AGED 55 YEARS[/center]
 
ALSO OF WILLIAM EDMONDSON DUDLEY WHO DIED 13TH APRIL 1925, AGED 86 YEARS  
“WITH CHRIST WHICH IS FAR BETTER.”  
Plinth, south:
ALSO THEIR BELOVED DAUGHTER EVELYN MARGARET WIFE OF CHARLES A. POOLEY C.E. SHE DIED 31. DEC. 1919, AGED 41. ALSO OF HER SISTER ETHEL CONSTANCE DIED 7. MAY 1940, AGED 60.
 
Headstone:
COLONEL JOHN LEONARD GREY DUDLEY OBE. PS, RMS 1915-2000 ROYAL JAT LIGHT INFANTRY AND ROYAL ARTILLERY AND OF HIS BELOVED WIFE FLORENCE MARY DUDLEY ‘MOLLY’ 1915-1994
LAN Section 4 Rows K-X

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