Alley – 6 Hadlow Place

In 1851, Henry Alley, aged 4 (Bn 4 December 1846 Battersea D1926 aged 80) was living in Upper Streatham and his father’s occupation was a Coachman for a Gentleman.

1863 Henry is a Booking Clerk at Lower Norwood Railway Station on a salary of 7 shillings and 6d a week. His recommendation for employment was by Mr Joseph Tritton (a Banker and Landowner, who lived at ‘Bloomfield’, Central Hill).  In 1866, Henry transferred to London Bridge

In 1871, Henry lived with his parents, Giles (aged 56) and Maria (aged 59), a brother and a sister at the Coachman’s Lodge, attached to Bloomfield, as his father Giles was Mr Tritton’s Coachman.

In 1891, Henry is living at 14 Crystal Terrace, Norwood New Town, with Jane (Bn 1843), a step son and two step daughters.

In 1895, he married Emma (Bn 1851 D1929) at Christ Church, Gipsy Hill, when he was 48 and she aged 42.

In 1901, they are living 8 Anerley Grove.  On the 19 August 1910, Emma is aboard the SS Corinthic to New Zealand.

1911, Henry is living at 5 Hadlow Place (1 room) and is a Carpenter and Joiner, aged 64.