Maud Williams – Housekeeper -Tredegar House.

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The above photo shows the servants in Mauds sitting room along with chauffeur John Evans’ mother .

she is the elderly lady sat at the table at tea time.

Martyn Evans has put togeather this article about Maud Williams.
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     Maud Williams – Housekeeper  Tredegar House.

Born Fanny Maud Williams June1879, in Buckhorne Weston North Dorset.
Daughter of George Williams & Mary Hayter.

Maud was the youngest of 5 children,her father was an agricultural labourer.

 In the 1901 she was working as a servant at 39 Portman Square London for the
Hon. Humphrey Sturt MP ( Lord Alington) from Moor Critchell near Wimbourne Dorset,

& Lady Feodora Sturt.

They had 3 children Diana aged 16.Napier G  aged 4,& Lois J Sturt aged 7 months.

In 1911 she had become housemaid still working at Portman Square for the Sturt family.
Lois at this time  was aged 10: in 1928 Lois married Evan Morgan.

In 1920 approx maud became housekeeper at Tredegar House.

when she left tredegar she moved back to Buckhorn Weston North Dorset

  to be in later life she moved to North Mymms to be near her neice.

She passed away the 18th july 1966 aged 87. and is buried along with her parents at Buckhorn Weston.

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