Albert Edward Phelps

Born:Aug 12 or Nov 14 1867 In:  Aston, Warwickshire
Died:July 11 1938

Immediate family

Winifred Rachel Phelps (born Siedel)
His wife
William Edward Phelps
His son
Iris Nialime Phelps
His daughter
Catherine Isabel Phelps
His daughter
Albert Edwin Phelps
His son
Mary Phelps
His child
Marie Louise Phelps
His daughter
Robert James Phelps
His son
Adeline Therisia Phelps
His daughter
Charles William Phelps
His father
Mary Ann Phelps (born Dugmore)
His mother
Harry James Phelps
His brother
Mary Ann Gertrude Whitehouse (born Phelps)
His sister
Florence Emily Phelps
His sister
Lillian Beatrice (Lillie) Osborne (born Phelps)
His sister
George Howard Phelps
His brother
Violet Clara Victoria Thompson (born Phelps)
Half sister
Mabel Annie Rose Cross (born Phelps)
Half sister
Eva Primrose Gough (born Phelps)
Half sister
Charlotte Ellen Maude Parkes (born Phelps)
Half sister
Florence Emily Victoria Ward (born Phelps)
Half sister
Charles William Boulcott Phelps
Half brother
Marion Bessie Roath (born Phelps)
Half sister
Ruby Madge Shipton (born Phelps)
Half sister
Gladys Natalie May Priest (born Phelps)
Half sister
Percival Harry Phelps
Half brother


ASH012 - 1881 cencus
Soldier (ASH058)
Army Pensioner Barman (ASH059)
Timekeeper (ASH154)

Contact information

ASH061, 22 Cherry Street, Warwick


He went to Jamaica and married an Jamaican lady where he stayed to have two children in Jamaica before returning to the UK. He was recorded as being a soldier so probably met her whilst in the army.

ASH061 - Army Record

Enlisted 20/10/1885

Reg. West Riding Regmiment No 1533

Age: 19 years and 2 months

Height: 5ft 7.75 inches

Weight 121 lbs

Chest: 35 inches

Complexion: Fresh

Eyes: Grey

Hair: Light Brown

Religion: Roman Catholic

Dtsitinctive Marks: None

Proceedings on Discharge - No. 6539 Rank: Colour Sargeant

Corps: Royal Warwickshire Regiment - Permanent Staff 5th Battallion

Discharged: 11 August 1904

Trade on discharge: Clerk

Intended place of residence: 22 Cherry Street, Warwick

Medals - West African Medal & Clasp 1892 / South Africa Clasp & Cape Colony 1902

Pension payments - 30p per diem from 12 August 1904 for life


Bermuda - 352 days

South Africa - 286 days

Halifax - 168 days

West Indies - 346 days

West Coast Africa - 159 days

West Coast Africa - 348 days

West Indies - 333 days

West Coast Africa - 105 days


Expedition to Jambuka, West Africa - Capture of Jambuka - 7 April 1892

Expedition to Gambia, Capture of Joniataba - 28 Apr 1892

South Africa - 1902

In 1929 (ASH154) Harry James Phelps (Brother) left him part of his estate of £1249

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