Showing posts with label Brady. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Brady. Show all posts

Monday, 28 June 2021

Anthony Frederick John Brady and Maggie Dorothy Howes

St Peter and St Paul's Church, Swaffham
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Maggie Dorothy Howes, youngest daughter of William Harman Howes and Elizabeth Eliza Blazey, married Anthony Frederick John Brady, son of Anthony Brady and Ethel Berry, on 4 Oct 1936, at the same church where her sister Alice May had married in 1922, Holy Trinity, Norwich. The witnesses to this marriage were both William Harman Howes, the bride's father and brother

At the time of the marriage, the bridegroom's father, Anthony Brady (b. 1892 in Belfast, County Antrim, d. 1957 in Norwich), was described as an Omnibus Driver. He had married Ethel Berry (b. 1893 in Norwich), in 1905, in Norwich. Anthony Frederick John Brady was born, on 8 May 1908, in Andover, Hampshire. In 1911, his parents were both on the census in Yorkshire at the Infantry Barracks 3rd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment. Anthony Frederick John Brady was baptised at Holy Trinity, Heigham, in 1913.

In 1939, Anthony F J Brady, Local Government Officer, Audit Secretary, his wife Maggie D and son Lawrence Cormac Brady (1938-1997), were living at "Spinney Edge", Cantley Road, Cringleford, Norfolk.

Maggie Dorothy Brady, of Coronation Grove, Swaffham, died, aged just 45, and was buried at St Peter and St Paul's, Swaffham, on 19 Oct 1955.

Anthony Frederick J Brady died in May 1995, the month of his 87th birthday.

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