Elizabeth Ann Moden

Elizabeth Ann Moden was the fifth of the six children of Edward Moden and his wife Mary Ann Freeman of Coveney, Cambridgeshire, England.

When Elizabeth was no more than 2 years old, her father died, leaving her mother as a pregnant widow with a very young family. Unsurprisingly, her mother re-married a few years later to David Seymour of Green's Farm in Ely, prompting the family to re-locate to Ely.

By the time that Elizabeth was in her 20s, she had moved to Kensington in London, and within a few years married brass worker Major William Boylett (Major being his first name, rather than rank).

The couple settled down to become parents 12 times, but sadly three of their children failed to survive infancy.

Elizabeth died close to the same time as her youngest son William, during the June quarter of 1942. Her widower followed her to the grave in 1944.

Life Events


  • 1865 at Coveney, Cambridgeshire, England.


  • 15th October 1865 at St. Peter-ad-Vincula Church, Coveney, Cambridgeshire, England.


  • Major William Boylett (1863-1944) during 1889 in Kensington, London, England.


  • Elizabeth Boylett (1890-?)
  • Arthur William Boylett (1891-1960) married Annie Elizabeth Bunker (1897-?)
  • Ernest Boylett (1894-?)
  • Ellen Boylett (1895-1896)
  • Leonard Boylett (1896-1975)
  • Albert Boylett (1898-?)
  • Grace Dorothy Boylett (1900-?)
  • Gladys Boylett (1902-?)
  • May Boylett (1903-1904)
  • William Boylett (1905)
  • William Boylett (1906-1942)
  • Lena May Boylett (1910-?)

Census and Residence

  • 1871: 5yrs, Wardy Hill, Cambridgeshire, England.
  • 1881: 15yrs, Green's Farm, Ely, Cambridgeshire, England.
  • 1891: 25yrs, 5 Kensington Place, Kensington, London, England.
  • 1901: 34yrs, 2 Hillfield Road, Hampstead, London, Cambridgeshire, England.
  • 1911: 45yrs, 48 Clarendon Road, West Green, Middlesex, England.


  • 1881: Domestic Servant


  • During the June quarter of 1942 in the Edmonton district of Middlesex, England, aged 76 years.


  • Location not yet known.

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