5th of July 1873 29 St. Stephens Road, Paddington, Middlesex (now London)
George Edward Roberts and Emily Puddle at married at St. Stephens Church, Paddington by Charles Shakspeare in the presence of Ellen Wareham and William Leaner. George works as a Gentleman's Servant and his father, Edward Roberts, was a Shoemaker. Emily's father, William Puddle was employed as a Carrier
31st of March 1881 83 Hackney Road, Shoreditch, Middlesex (now London)
George (37) and Emily Roberts (33) head the family of Edith (7) and Selina (5) both born in Shoreditch, Middlesex. Who is the twenty year old Frederick C. Cook , at the house on the night of the census? George was born in Baschurch, Shropshire and Emily from Sunninghill, Berkshire.
30th of January 1887 45 Baroness Road, Bethnal Green, London
George Edward and Emily Roberts (formerly Puddle) give birth to Alfred Edward Roberts who passed away on the 31st August 1974. George works as a Greengrocer. 45 Baroness Road was formerly called Westminster Street.
31st of March 1891 45 Baroness Road, Bethnal Green, London
George Edward and Emily Roberts (both of unknown age) head up a family of 4 daughters and 1 son: Edith (16), Selina (15), Flora (10), Amy (7) and Alfred (6) who were all born in London. George is a Carman from Shropshire (earlier called Salop) and Emily from Berkshire.
14th of October 1917 45 Baroness Road, Bethnal Green, London
Alfred Edward and Amy Roberts (formerly Gregory) give birth to Harry Edward Roberts, who served in the Army during World War II in the 11th Armoured Core. He later went on to manage a delivery company specialising in Pianos before retiring to Southend.
20th of May 1946 15 Harold Road, Leyton, London
Harry Edward and Irene Elsie Roberts (formerly Richards) give birth to the loving Christine Ann Roberts, the world's best cook of Sunday Roasts.