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Name: Edward Dyason

Burial Number: 0644

Gender: Male

Occupation: Clerk H.M. Customs; Civil Servant;

Born: 00/1/1844

Died: 01/07/1911

Buried: 05/07/1911

Mother:
Elizabeth Illenden Pearce

Story

Edward Huggett Dyason was born in Ramsgate to Isaac and Elizabeth Dyason. He had six brothers and six sisters.

The family lived in Bath Place, Ramsgate in 1851, where Father Isaac was a Bather.

All eight of their then children were Scholars, with an added note ‘Educated at Home’. The eldest son Isaac Edward was by then in Australia. Isaac senior’s single sister Frances was part of the household.

In the 1861 census, living in Bath House, Ramsgate were Elizabeth and Isaac with 7 of their children. Frederick was a Clerk in the London Custom House, and Edward a Receiver General. Sister Frances Dyason was living with them, another sister, and one General Servant.

By 1871, Elizabeth had moved to Croydon with single daughter Elizabeth, sons Frederick and Edward, Customs Clerks, and son Charles, a Stationery Office Clerk. They had one General Servant.

There was another move, to Sevenoaks, by 1881. Elizabeth shared the house with her son Edward, Head of Household, Clerk, HM Customs, daughter Frances, and Servant, Mary Wood, from Kent.

From correspondence between Elizabeth and son Isaac in Australia, it is clear that Edward was in generally poor health, not improved by having influenza in the 1890s. At the same time his office was broken up, – something to do with the end of the duty on tea – and he left on a very small income. Having to pay for medical treatment for him was a strain on the family’s income. There were also ‘black fogs’ in London, which was not good for his health. It was one of the reasons the family moved to Worthing. They were not a wealthy family either, having to give up a house that they had lived in for years, and go into lodgings.

In 1891, Edward and sister Frances were living together in Sea Field, Rustington. (Off Sea Lane, Rustington.) He was described as a ‘Retired Upper Division Clerk, with H.M. Customs.’’ Frances was living on her own means.

Mother Elizabeth had moved to Worthing by 1901. Living on her own means, at Monkton, Mill Road with single daughter Frances, 67, also living on her own means, son Edward Huggett, 57, retired Customs Officer, and one Servant, Emily Scardifield from Westhampnett, aged 26.

After Elizabeth’s death on 27th March 1906, at Monkton, probate was granted to Frederick Dyason, retired Civil Servant.

In the 1911 census, Frances was Head of House at the Poplars, Mill Road, with brother Edward, Retired Civil Servant, and Servant Emily Scardifield.

Edward died in July that year. His address was Monkton, Mill Road, but he died at Milverton, Mill Road. He gave Probate to his brother Frederick, and he left almost £2,700.

Edward was buried in Heene Cemetery, as was his mother in 1906, and his brother Charles, in 1905.

Researcher: Liz Lane

The Grave

No headstone image available

Location in Cemetery

Area: SES Row: 13 Plot: 12

Exact Location (what3words): longer.wheels.salads

Ashes or Urn: Unknown

Headstone

Description:

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Inscription:

In loving memory of Elizabeth Illenden Dyason who died March 27th 1906 aged 102 years "She opened her mouth with wisdom and in her tongue was the law of kindness" Also of Charles Herbert Dyason son of the above who died May 16 1905 aged 59 years "The morning cometh" Also of Edward Huggett, fourth son of the above Elizabeth Illenden Dyason died July 1st 1906

Further Information

Birth

Name: Edward Huggett Dyason

Gender: Male

Born: 00/1/1844

Town: Ramsgate

County: Kent

Country: England

Marriage

Maiden Name: Not applicable

No marriage information is available for this burial record.

Information at Death

Date of Death: 01/07/1911

Cause of death: Unknown

Address line 1: Monkton

Address line 3: Mill Road

Town: Worthing

County: Sussex

Country: England

Obituary

No obituary has been entered.

Personal Effects

Money left to others: £2674 9 s 2 d

Current value of effects: Not calculated

Census Information

1851

Living at Bath House, Ramsgate, Kent – Isaac Dyason, 39yrs, Bather; Elizabeth Dyason, 43yrs; Frances Dyason, 17yrs; Eliza Dyason, 15yrs; Frederick Dyason, 10yrs; Julia Dyason, 8yrs; Edmund Dyason, 6yrs; Charles Dyason, 4yrs; Augustus Dyason, 2yrs; Catherine Dyason, 8mths; Frances Dyason, 42yrs, Sister;

1861

Living at Bath House, Ramsgate, Kent – Isaac Dyason, 50yrs, Bather; Elizabeth I Dyason, 56yrs; Frances Dyason, 27yrs; Elizabeth Dyason, 25yrs; Frederick Dyason, 21yrs, Clerk in London Customs House; Edward Dyason, 17yrs, ??; Charles Dyason, 14yrs; Augusta Dyason, 12yrs; Catherine Dyason, 10yrs; Frances Dyason, 56yrs, Sister; Mary Grove, 48yrs, Sister; Maria Knock, 26yrs, Servant;

1871

Living at 8 Enmore Road, Croydon, Surrey – Elizabeth I Dyason, 60yrs; Elizabeth P Dyason, 38yrs; Frederick Dyason, Customs Clerk; Edward Dyason, 28yrs, Customs Clerk; Charles Dyason, 26yrs, Stationary Office Clerk; Catherine Hesman, 15yrs, Servant;

1881

Living at 17 Granville Road, Sevenoaks, Kent – Edward Dyason, 37yrs, Clerk to HM Customs; Elizabeth Dyason, 78yrs, Annuitant; Frances Dyason, 47yrs, Annuitant; Mary Wood, 20yrs, Domestic Servant;

1891

Living at “Sea Field”, Holmes Lane, Rustington, Sussex – Edward H Dyason, 47yrs, retired ‘Upper Div’ Clerk, Her Majesty’s Customs, London; Frances Dyason, 57yrs, Sister living on own means;

1901

Living at Monkton, Mill Road, Heene, Worthing, Sussex – Elizabeth I Dyason, 96yrs, Living on own means; Frances Dyason, 67yrs, Living on own means; Edward H Dyason, 57yrs, Retired Higher Div Clerk H M Customs; Emily K Venns, 26yrs, General Servant;

Miscellaneous Information

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