|| Linked to
||Albert Midlane (1825-1909)
||Albert Sydney (Syd) Enever, designer of the MGA & MGB motor cars|
||Australia's 'First Fleeters'|
Between 1787 and 1850 the English sent more than 160,000 convicts to Australia. The first eleven of the transport ships are known today as the 'First Fleet' and contained the convicts and marines who are now acknowledged as the founders of Australia.
||A & C Tadman|
Funeral Directors for five generations
||Cleopatra Cecilia Burgoyne & Augustus Joseph Enever|
A story of a broken marriage, power and Power, aristocracy, misery, the exalted position of 'Once Master of British commerce' and some surprising connections in the family
||Close family links in a Victorian rural community|
A summary of the complex blood relationships that existed within some of the Tilney All Saints, Norfolk families who appear in my family history (Failes, Overton, Pollyn etc)
||Colin Croft Ennever|
His military career and the Sinking of the Bismarck.
||Complex (and bigamous) relationships between the Ennever, Appleton, Collins and Thomas families in the 19th century.|
See also the "Mary Stothart Ennever" and "Ennever and Appleton" stories.
||Criminals and law-breakers in the Ennever and associated families|
A list of all known family law-breakers and their crimes
||DNA matches in the Ennever and related families|
DNA testing has become relatively inexpensive recently and is becoming a major influence in family history research enabling us to discover not only many undiscovered genetic family links but also potentially answering some of our unsolved questions and knocking down our 'brick walls'. We will all also have illegitimacy somewhere in our family…
||Edward Eagar (1787-1866)
Convict, lawyer & merchant
||Ennever and Appleton, Wholesale and Manufacturing Confectioners|
A brief history (c1864-1961)
||Ennever Street, Toowong, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia|
The origins of Ennever Street
||Ennever/Hannaway name change|
Details of an unusual family name change.
||Flora Jane Thompson (nee Timms), authoress|
Authoress of Lark Rise to Candleford
||Geoffrey Eagar (1818-1891)|
Accountant, banker, politician and public servant
||George Henry Ince, gangland figure and the Barn murder and his links to the notorious Krays|
||Innivere family at the time of the Plague or Black Death (1665-6)|
||John Ennever 1712/13-1762|
Dissolution of his marriage by an Act of Parliament.
||Joseph Ennever and his criminal connections|
A summary of the criminal activities of Joseph and his family
||Living conditions in Victorian London.|
Some of the conditions in which Ennever and associated families lived.
||Marriages to a closely-related family member|
(including to a dead spouse's sibling and a dead sibling's spouse and some bigamous and other illegal marriages)
||Marrying the boy or girl next door|
Examples of marriages between close neighbours.
||Mary Stothart Ennever (otherwise Collins) and her family|
The story of a bigamous relationship.
||Memories of Victor Douglas Clack & Clarice Baldwin Morris
(as told by the family)|
||Mitta Mitta: From the Early Pioneer Days|
Early Australian Enever settlers to Mitta Mitta, Victoria, Australia, including extracts from Mitta Mitta: from the early pioneer days by S A Colquhoun
||More close family links in a Victorian rural community (Essex)|
More close family links in a Victorian rural community (Essex) between the Enever and Riley families
||Name changes in the Ennever and associated families|
Information about many of the name changes that have occurred in the Ennever and associated families.
A description of the some of the more unusual or interesting occupations undertaken by Ennevers and others.
||Occupations at a very young age|
Occupations recorded at ages up to 14
||Occupations at an old age|
Occupations recorded at ages over 75 (or other unusual ages & occupations)
||Origin of the name Ennever/Enever etc|
W. J. Ennever & Son and Ennever & Steedman, pianoforte manufacturers in London and the related Nunns family, pianoforte manufacturers of New York.|
A short history of the Ennever and Nunns pianoforte makers.
Some of the mysteries and outstanding questions about the Ennevers and associated families that you may be able to help me with.
||Rev. Basil Ranaldson Lawson: a collection of his sermons from the 1800s|
||Stephen Oldacres Lawson (1880-1922)
Killed in the line of duty|
Stephen Oldacres Lawson (1880-1922)
||Strange things occur in families...|
Some of the more unusual occurrences in the Ennever & related families, not featured elsewhere.
||The French Connection|
A collection of early and more recent family connections with France.
||The Pelman Schools, The Pelman Institute and Pelmanism|
A detailed history of W J Ennever's Mind Training courses. Includes information about The Pelman Schools, The Pelman Institute, Pelmanism, Pelmanalysis and language training courses.
The financial dealings of the various companies is also examined in depth.
||The Tichborne Claimant, a Victorian Mystery|
(at the time one of the longest trials in English legal history)
||Upon an Extensive Scale|
The George Morris Story otherwise George Ennever 1782-1842
Cobbler to Keeper of Inns
||Well-known family members|
All family members who I have found featured in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography or its Australian equivalent, Who's Who 2008 or with an obituary in The Times.
- Family (spouse): John Henry WILLIAMS / Charlotte ENEVER
- Family (spouse): Augustus Joseph ENEVER / Cleopatra Cecilia BURGOYNE
- Family (spouse): John Benjamin ENEVER / Martha ROOTS
- Harold Philip BARNES, O.B.E.
- Ferdinand BEACROFT
- Thomas Alfred BEACROFT
- Samuel BENNETT
- Samuel James BENNETT
- Owen Ruskin BOND
- Cleopatra Cecilia BURGOYNE
- Hoagland Howard CARMICHAEL
- The Right Honourable Sir Winston Leonard CHURCHILL, KG, OM, CH, TD, PC, DL, FRS
- Grant Paul CORNWELL, MBE
- Clarissa DICKSON-WRIGHT
- Christina Muriel DUNCAN
- Edward EAGAR
- Geoffrey EAGAR
- Albert Sydney ENEVER
- Barbara Yvonne ENEVER
- David Joseph ENEVER
- Edward James ENEVER
- Edwin Alexander ENEVER
- Sir Francis Alfred ENEVER, C.B., M.C., M.A., LL.D.
- Frederic Peter ENEVER
- Gloriana Elizabeth ENEVER
- Harry ENEVER
- Laura ENEVER
- Terence James ENEVER
- Etheline ENNEVER
- George ENNEVER
- Joseph ENNEVER
- William Joseph ENNEVER
- Elsie Maud ENNEVOR
- Paul ENNEVOR
- Reverend Bernard James FAILES, M.A., R.N. O.B.E.
- Roy Leonard GERRARD, MBE
- Sir John Berry HOBBS
- Mary Ann HOBBS
- Delphi C HOLZMAN
- George Henry INCE
- James Alfred IVE
- Richard C IZARD
- Edward KELLY
- John KIRKPATRICK
- Charles James KRAY
- Mary Shand KYDD
- Sir John LESLIE, 2nd Bt.
- Charmaine LORD
- Michael Norman MANLEY
- Norman Washington MANLEY
- Albert MIDLANE
- Arthur David NELSON
- The Honourable Noel Newton NETHERSOLE
- Robert PARRATT, M.B.E.
- Charles John PHIPPS, FSA
- Sir John Cecil POWER, 1st Baronet
- William Taylor POWER
- Annetta READING
- Clifton Eugene Bancroft ROBINSON, CBE
- Frances Ruth ROCHE
- Peter SHAND-KYDD
- William SHAND-KYDD
- Annie Maria SHERWOOD
- Sir Eric Bentinck SPEED, K.B.E., M.C., K.C.B.
- Diana Frances SPENCER
- Edward John SPENCER, 8th Earl Spencer
- Jane SPENCER
- John SPENCER
- Flora Jane TIMMS
- Arthur Stanley TRIBE
- Donald George WEHBY
- Sir Isaac Thomas WILLIAMS
- Naomi Elsie WILLIAMS
- Wilfred Howard WILLIAMS, C.B.E.
- Arthur Dickson WRIGHT, MS FRCS
- Gertrude Annie WYATT
- Lt-Col. James Henry WYATT, C.B.
||William Joseph Ennever (1869-1947)|
An outstanding biography by John Karp of the man who founded The Pelman Institute and invented Pelmanism, the mind training course that was popular in the early 20th century.
||William Joseph Ennever (1869-1947), founder of The Pelman Institute and Pelmanism|
A brief summary of his life and career.
||Willisville: a brief history|