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BURTON,  Herbert Stanton P. (Pat)

BURTON, Herbert Stanton P. (Pat)

Male 1900 - 1973  (72 years)

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  • Name BURTON, Herbert Stanton P. (Pat) 
    Born 17 Mar 1900  Kennington, London Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Reference Number 1284 
    _UID 6432EEAE863C4A44812B899E95D98E2475CC 
    Died 1973  Grimsby Registration District, Lincolnshire Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I1284  Edgoose
    Last Modified 12 May 2017 

    Father BURTON, Walter Herbert,   b. 29 Dec 1873, Pimlico, London Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1953, Thanet Registration District, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 79 years) 
    Mother EDGOOSE, Kate Agnes,   b. 23 May 1874, West Walton, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Jun 1952, Broadstairs, Kent Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years) 
    Married 25 Sep 1898  Kennington, Surrey Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F379  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Photos
    Kate Agnes Edgoose (1874-1952), husband and sons Jack and Arthur
    Kate Agnes Edgoose (1874-1952), husband and sons Jack and Arthur
    Photograph taked by F.W. Wood Ltd., Photographers, 347 & 349, Edgware Road, W.
    Kate Agnes EDGOOSE married Walter Herbert BURTON (1873-1953) on 25 September 1898. They had sons Jack and Arthur.
    Burton ArthurEdwardBurton 1284 229.jpg
    Burton ArthurEdwardBurton 1284 229.jpg
    Arthur Edward P. Burton (1900-1973).

    The photograph was taken by The Ideal Studios, 514-516 Oxford St., W
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    Burton HerbertStanton(Pat)Burton 1285 226.jpg
    Herbert Stanton (Pat) Burton (1900-1973) and his twin brother Arthur Edward P. Burton (1900-1978) in miltary uniforms. On th reverse was written: "Best Wishes for for a Happy Xmas K. Burton"

    Photograph by The Ideal Studios, 514-516 Oxford St., W
    Edgoose KateAgnesEdgoose 533 233.jpg
    Edgoose KateAgnesEdgoose 533 233.jpg
    Kate Agnes Edgoose (1874-1952) wife of
    Walter Herbert Burton (1873-1953)
    with sons Jack (Pat) (1900-1973) and Arthur (1900-1978)
    On the reverse: "To Frank and Emma with Compliments of the Season"
    Photographer: F.W. Wood Ltd., 347 and 349 Edgware Rd., W.
    Edgoose StantonJohnEdgoose 348 274.jpg
    Edgoose StantonJohnEdgoose 348 274.jpg
    West Walton, Norfolk, in August 1915.
    Standing, from the left:
    Frank William Dawson Edgoose (1882-1951); George Reid who married Mabel Margaret Edgoose (1876-1914); 16 year old Jack Burton, son of Kate Agnes Edgoose.
    Sitting:
    Miss Podgson, a friend of Margaret Edgoose; Margaret Edgoose nee Dawson (1851-1929); Stanton John Edgoose (1844-1927); Bertha Edgoose (1887-1967; Kate Agnes Burton nee Edgoose (1874-1952).
    Sitting on the grass:
    Athol Reid, son of Mabel Margaret.

    Photograph dated 1916. The Burton twins were born in 1900.

  • Notes 
    • HERBERT STANTON P. BURTON 1900-1973

      The birth of Herbert Stanton P. BURTON was registered in 1900. According to the registration of his death he and his twin brother were born on 17 March 1900.
      (GRO June Q 1900 Lambeth 1d 385)

      From the 1901 census of St. Andrew's Mansions, St. Marylebone, London:
      Walter H. BURTON, head, aged 28, caretaker, born at Pimlico, London;
      Kate A. BURTON, wife, aged 26, born at West Walton, Norfolk;
      Arthur E. P. BURTON, son, aged 11, born at Kennington, London;
      *Herbert S. P. BURTON, son, aged 11, born at Kennington, London.
      (RG13/107/97/15)

      From the 1911 census of St. Andrews Mansions, Dorset Street, London W.:
      Walter Herbert BURTON, head, aged 38, hall porter at mansions, worker at home, born at Pimlico, London;
      Kate Agnes BURTON, wife, aged 36, 2 children of whom 2 living, born at West Walton, Norfolk;
      Arthur BURTON, son, aged 11, school, born at London, Kenington;
      *Herbert BURTON, son, aged 11, school, born at London, Kennington.
      (RG14/549)

      Herbert was at one time organist of Grimsby Parish Church.

      He wrote from Wood Lane, Great Coates, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, on 19 September 1968:
      "Dear Mr. Edgoose,
      I was very pleased to receive your letter last August. It arrived the day before I went to Enfield on holiday for a few weeks hence the long time in answering it. (I left in another suit)
      Of course my mother and father are dead. Mother died about July 1950 or 51. Father died December 1952. They both lived at Broadstairs, Kent, and were cremated.
      I have my cousin's address somewhere and will try and find it and let you have it. He works in the Post Office at Victoria, London. I believe he is a sorter, but I have not seen him since I was at Broadstairs in the early 50's.
      I also have a brother at Southampton but seldom hear from him.
      Perhaps as you know I am a music teacher and am pretty successful. Of course it is not a job that no (sic) one makes a lot of money at, but is very satisfying.
      I have a photo of the Edgoose family and will send it on Monday - the Post office comes then.
      I believe my Aunt Bertha in Wisbech is still alive but I'll try and let you know later.
      Yours Sincerely
      HSP Burton
      P.S. My friends know me by my third name 'Pat' "

      A second letter was dated 3 October 1968:
      "Dear Mr. Edgoose
      I am enclosing a photo. of the Edgoose family as promised. Please return it since I value it quite a lot. The people photographed are as follows. (left to right)
      Back row - Mr. Frank Edgoose, Mr. G. Reid, myself when about 16.
      middle row - Miss Pogson, (a friend of my Grandmother's) Mrs Margaret Edgoose, (my Grandmother) Mr. Stanton Edgoose, (my Grandfather) Mrs. Bertha Curtis of Wisbech (my aunt who is still alive) my mother (Kate Burton) and Athol Reid in front. It is a very good photo of their house. I used to sleep in the room with the window open. The photograph was taken at West Walton, Wisbech.
      Yours Sincerely,
      HSP Burton
      Hope you escaped the floods. we have had a lot of rain but no floods.
      I believe the Edgoose family came from Holland with William of Orange."

      The death of Herbert Stanton P. BURTON was registered in 1973.
      (GRO June Q 1973 Grimsby 3B 561)

      (revised 14.05.2012)