Charles George Enderby - Bootmaker
Charles George Enderby - Bootmaker (era covering turn of 19th and 20th century.)
No background information has been available to facilitate an article until recently when an e-mail was sent in from Idaho from a family tracing their family tree.
From details supplied further research has resulted in a few snippets which gives a little glimpse into that period. Charles Enderby moved from Enderby House with his wife Sarah Jane (nee Anderson) to Burgh House where Sarah ran the establishment which was then The Carlton Hotel.
Charles Enderby remained a Bootmaker and was listed as such in the 1911 cencus. They moved again from Burgh House to a house in Market Square and subsequently left Burgh to live in London
at the beginning of WW1 to be with his wife's 3 sons who all enlisted and all survived.
A family obituary shows that Charles Enderby died in Southport and his wife then went to live
with her married daughter Constance Muriel Anderson and died in Surrey.
The owner of Enderby house (currently up for sale) Mrs Sue Holiday has kindly supplied images
Charles Enderby with sons
Plaque recently discovered date August 14th 1883
As there were two Enderby's Moses Smith and Thomas Noel on the Burgh cenotaph I telephoned our Burgh British Legion representative and through that call this information has just been a revelaled.
Mr Ian Lyall was involved in havng extra names added to the cenotaph and amazingly this has led me to seeing a book he has written with research of all the names on the cenotaph.
Moses Smith Enderby. Private T.F. 202907. The Middlesex Regiment. Moses Smith Enderby was killed in action on Monday 23rdrd April, 1917 aged 41, in the Battle of Arras and lies in an unknown grave, he is commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais France. (Charles George Enderby's brother)
He gave his place of residence as Hounslow.
He was the son of Smith and Wheldale Enderby of High Street Burgh-le-Marsh.
The 1901 cencus records Moses Smith Enderby aged 25, a shop keeper an coal dealer as a border in High Street Wainfleet.
Charles John Enderby: Private 202399 Lincolnshire Regiment
Transferred to 477th Agricultural Company Labour Corps 545143.
Charles John Enderby died on Saturday 7th December 1918 aged 31, he is buried in Grimboldby Churchyard Louth.
He was the son of Snowden and Martha Enderby of 11 Tinkle Street Grimboldby and the husband of May Enderby of the Causeway, Burgh-le-Marsh.
The 1901 census records Charles John Enderby aged 13 the son of Snowden, Sub-Postmaster/Grocer and Martha Enderby of the Post Office/Grocers Shop, Grimboldby.
Thomas Noel Enderby: Rifleman/Lance Corporal R/7952. 12th Service Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps.
Thomas Noel Enderby died of wounds on Sunday the 8th April 1917, he is buried in Bray Military Cemetry, Somme, France. Plot 11, Row H, Grave 51.
Born at the Gravel Pitts Burgh-le-Marsh, he enlisted at Nottingham giving his place of residence as Burgh-le-Marsh.
The 1901 cencus records Thomas Noel Enderby aged 5, the son of Fred W. an Agricultural Labourer and Eva Enderby of the Gravel Pits, Burgh-le-Marsh.
Remembered with honour on the Burgh-le-Marsh War Memorial in the grounds of St. Peter and St. Paul Church.
With grateful thanks and appreciation to Ian Lyall