Harris 1866 - 1957
Harris Marries Alfred Edward Day
married Alfred Edward Day. She was working at The Union Club in Trafalgar
Square at the time and Alfred was employed as a waiter at a nearby club
in Pall Mall. Alfred was born in 1867 and was the son of Samuel and Caroline
1894 Peabody Bldgs Orchard St Westminster
1898 Stamford St Lambeth
Ada and Alfred's 3rd child Charles Lionel Banfield Day was born in 1896. They had now crossed the Thames into Lambeth and were living at 154 Stamford Street.
1899 Peabody Bldgs Lambeth
By 1899 the Day family had moved into another Peabody Estate Property. this time 21 V Block in Peabody Square, off Stamford Street
The School Attendance Register extract below dates from 1900 and shows Roy (Alfred Edward Roy) and his brother Charles when they started at Hatfield Street School.
1901 Census Peabody Bldgs Lambeth
1903 Death of Alfred Edward Day
Ada's husband Alfred died aged 37 early in 1903. At this time his son Charles transfered from Hatfield Street School to Addington Street School. This was due to the family moving to 114 York Road Lambeth.
1911 Census York Road Lambeth
1914 - 1918 War
Alfred enlisted at Caxton Hall Westminster 15th Sept 1914 two months after the start of hostilities. He fought throughout the war but as a result of contracting mustard gas he died on the 26th October 1918 just 16 days before the armistice was signed on the 11th November.
Her son Charles Lionel Banfield Day saw service with the Royal
Navy during this period.
Lambert's younger sister Ada Day had moved in 1928 from rooms above 45 South Lambeth Road which she shared with her son Charles Lionel Banfield Day and her daughter Ethel Madeline Day. She moved to 22 Grosvenor Street Camberwell where they lived until her son married Florence May Pollard who was a next door neighbour.