NameHenry MILNER
Birth14 Apr 1840, Westmorland
Death30 Nov 1900
BurialShirley, Kent
Spouses
Birth27 Sep 1853, Dudley, Staffordshire, England
Death5 Feb 1939
Burial9 Feb 1939, Shirley, Surrey, England
FatherCharles Henry HOMER (1823-1861)
MotherAnne CADDY (1831-1904)
Marriage30 Mar 1886, St Paul’s, New Beckenham, Kent
Notes for Henry MILNER
listed in the April to June 1840 birth index, Henry Milner, East Ward, Westmorland, volume 25, page 457

Based on 1841 census information, his father was a farmer.

Based on 1851 census information his mother was a widow and farmer of 36 acres in Newbiggin, Westmorland.

Based on census information he was a shopman in London in 1861, a shopman (cabinet maker) in London in 1871 and a London furniture manufacturer in 1881.

Listed in the October to December 1900 death index, Henry Milner age 60, Bromley district, Greater London, Kent, volume 2a page 263
Notes for Elizabeth Anne (Spouse 1)
listed in the October to December 1853 birth index, Elizabeth Anne Homer, Dudley district, Volume 6c page 108

In the 1881 census South View? Beckenham, Kent.
Head Ann Homer, widow, age 50, annuitant, born Cumberland.
Daughter Eliza A. Homer, unmarried, age 27, land and share holder, born Dudley, Worcestershire.
2 servants.

Listed in the January to March 1886 marriage index, Elizabeth Anne Homer and Henry Milner, Bromley district, Greater London, Kent, volume 2a page 457.

marriage settlements same day as marriage.

listed in the 1891 census civil parish of Beckenham, ecclesiatical parish of St George, Beckenham, Kent England at 41 The Avenue.
Henry Milner, head, married, age 50? living on his own means, Ravenstonedale, Westmorland.
Wife Elizabeth A. Milner, married, age 38, born Dudley, Stafford.
3 servants.

In the 1911 census Dormston, Albert Road, Malvern, Worcestershire.
Head Elizabeth Ann Milner, age 58, widow, married 12 years no children, [this was crossed out in a different pen], private means, born Wordesley, Staffordshire.
3 servants
The home had 10 rooms.

Parish Records St. John the Evangelist, Shirley, Surrey
Elizabeth Ann Milner, abode “Dormston”, Albert Road, Great Malvern, buried February 9 1939, age 85 years,ceremony performed by F. J. Cornish.

National Probate Calendar
Elizabeth Anne Milner of Dormston Albert-road Malvern Worcestershire widow died 5 February 1939 Probate Birmingham 18 March 1939 to Thomas Kemp Homer [first cousin] medical practitioner and Kenneth Lemesle Adams solicitor. Effects 17670 pounds 18 shillings 4 pence.

listed as the owner of Dormston Manor in 1924

see Homer v Homer in the notes for Richard Homer
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