Ida Gwynne (General)

by Mike Pinchin @, Bedford, England, Thursday, July 11, 2019, 19:02 (71 days ago) @ macast

The BNA gives a couple of glimpses of this family and shows they were in Tewkesbury when David died.

Gloucester Citizen - Saturday 31 May 1902

On Saturday morning, about five o'clock, a well-known Tewkesbury tradesman, Mr. David Gwynne, photographer, of the Abbey Studio, died at his residence in Church-street from bronchitis and asthma. Deceased had not been in good health for many years, and about month ago was taken worse. Deceased was 42 of age, and leaves a widow and several children.

However, the business was evidently carried on in his name by Emma, and perhaps Ida, as evidenced by advertisements in 1903.

By 1905 something had happened to bring thing to a close in Tewkesbury.

The Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette. - Saturday 28 January 1905

Under an Execution from the County Court.
TEWKESBURY.
George Hone
Has received instructions to SELL BY AUCTION, in his CATTLE MARKET, THIS DAY (SATURDAY), JANUARY 28th, 1905, at 2 o'clock precisely,
THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and EFFECTS, the property of Mrs Emma Louisa Gwynn, photographer, and removed from 59, Church Street, Tewkesbury, for convenience of sale. No Catalogues.


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