Manby, Miss Ada

Ada Manby: in 1901, an Ada Manby lived in Stoke Newington, London, working as a type writer. She was born in Sussex. It is possible, however, that she had been born in Plomesgate, Suffolk, 3 November 1878, and her parents were subsequently perhaps Henry Wake and Martha (nee Symonds) Manby who had married toward the end of 1859 in Woodbridge, Suffolk. It is possible she passed away in Basingstoke, Hampshire, in 1949. She had a brother, Herbert, who in 1915 lived in Dennington Lodge, Suffolk and whose parents were Henry and Martha Manby. Her father was a farmer, who in 1881 owned 506 acres of land, who employed 22 men and five boys. Her point of origin was noted by the Cunard Line as Montreal, Canada.

The material presented on this page has been researched by Peter Engberg-Klarström. Copyright 2017 Peter Engberg-Klarström.
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