The History of the Family of Drury

Charles DruryAge: 78 years18011879

Name
Charles Drury
Given names
Charles
Surname
Drury
Baptism May 31, 1801
Address: St Lawrence
Baptism of a sisterMary Drury
January 4, 1804 (Age 2 years)
Address: St Lawrence
Baptism of a brotherJames Drury
August 14, 1808 (Age 7 years)
Address: St Lawrence
Burial of a paternal grandmotherMary Byrd
August 29, 1811 (Age 10 years)
Address: St Lawrence
Residence 1820 (Age 18 years)

Address: The Lygon Arms
Note: Quote "In 1820, General William Lygon, who had served under Wellington at the Battle of Waterloo and who was part of an old and distinguished Worcestershire family, bought the estate on which The Inn stood, for 1,580 pounds.Before his death, Lygon promoted his butler, Charles Drury, to manager, and it was he who named the Inn as The Lygon Arms, in tribute to the family whose patronage he had enjoyed.The first official record in which the White Hart is listed as "the Lygon's Arms" is in the 1841 Broadway Census."
Death of a fatherHenry Byrd Drury
July 6, 1837 (Age 36 years)
Burial of a fatherHenry Byrd Drury
July 9, 1837 (Age 36 years)
Address: St Lawrence
MarriageJane RichardsonView this family
March 7, 1839 (Age 37 years)
Address: St George, Hanover Square
Baptism of a sonCharles Richardson Drury
September 6, 1840 (Age 39 years)
Address: St Eadburgha
Burial of a motherElizabeth Rimell
February 8, 1845 (Age 43 years)
Address: St Lawrence
Census March 30, 1851 (Age 49 years)
Address: The Lygon Arms
Marriage of a childCharles Richardson DruryLaura GriffinView this family
December 27, 1860 (Age 59 years)
Address: St Andrew
Note: witnesses: Samuel ?? Hicks & Sarah Hallett. Laura is from Broadway, Worcestershire. a gentleman from Holborn
Death of a brotherSamuel Drury
May 25, 1868 (Age 66 years)
Burial of a brotherSamuel Drury
June 1, 1868 (Age 67 years)
Address: St James
Death of a sisterMary Drury
January 27, 1870 (Age 68 years)
Census April 2, 1871 (Age 69 years)
Address: The Lygon Arms, High St
Death of a brotherJames Drury
March 24, 1874 (Age 72 years)
Death July 22, 1879 (Age 78 years)
Probate September 30, 1881 (2 years after death)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: April 16, 1795Weston Subedge, Gloucestershire, England
6 months
elder sister
18 months
elder brother
20 months
elder brother
3 years
himself
Charles Drury
Baptism: May 31, 1801 27 28Weston Subedge, Gloucestershire, England
Death: July 22, 1879Broadway, Worcestershire, England
3 years
younger sister
5 years
younger brother
Family with Jane Richardson - View this family
himself
Charles Drury
Baptism: May 31, 1801 27 28Weston Subedge, Gloucestershire, England
Death: July 22, 1879Broadway, Worcestershire, England
wife
Marriage: March 7, 1839Mayfair, London, England
18 months
son

Residence

Quote "In 1820, General William Lygon, who had served under Wellington at the Battle of Waterloo and who was part of an old and distinguished Worcestershire family, bought the estate on which The Inn stood, for 1,580 pounds.Before his death, Lygon promoted his butler, Charles Drury, to manager, and it was he who named the Inn as The Lygon Arms, in tribute to the family whose patronage he had enjoyed.The first official record in which the White Hart is listed as "the Lygon's Arms" is in the 1841 Broadway Census."

Census

1851 England - Census transcript - Charles Drury - Household The Lygon Arms, Broadway, Worcestershire, England

Name Relation Condition AgeM AgeF Occupation Birthplace Infirm
Charles Drury Head Mar 49 Innkeeper Gloucestershire, Weston Subedge
Jane Drury Spouse Mar 51 Northumberland, North Shields
Charles Richardson Drury Son Unm 10 Worcestershire, Broadway

Number Of Servants & Visitors Also Present.

Census

1871 England - Census transcript - Charles Drury - Household The Lygon Arms, High St, Broadway, Worcestershire, England

Name Relation Condition AgeM AgeF Occupation Birthplace Infirm
Charles Drury Head Mar 69 Licenced victualler Gloucestershire, Weston Subedge
Jane Drury Wife Mar 71 Northumberland, North Shields
Martha Perkins Servant Unm 30 Barmaid Warwickshire, Lambourne
Mary A Walford Servant Unm 22 Cook Worcestershire, Fladbury
Mary A Hughes Servant Unm 22 General servant Gloucestershire, Broad Marston
Probate

Probate of Charles Drury

granted to Charles Richardson Drury of Broadway Victualler the son and only next of kin Personal estate value at £46 13s 4d.

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