Monument list for All Saints Church burial ground

All Saints' Church burial ground, Darsham, Suffolk, England

Monument list

no.family surnamefull namebirth
year
ageburial
year
image
name
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76GoodchildJulia Goodchild1880701950id: Goodchild Julia 156187937141

77GoooaJoseph Goooa1816201836no image187933111
Joseph Gooda
Sarah Gooda
Catharine Gooda1825 Infant
Elizabeth Gooda181811819
Feorrge Gooda1830
Letitia Gooda182151826
Phillip Gooda182011821 aged 18m

78Green Greenno image187939211
Alfred Green83 died 19**

79GreenCharles Green1900741974id: Green Charles 139187940111
Emily Jane Green1897941991

80GreenE C W Green1918922010id: Green E C W 196187941121

81GreenFaith Green1903861989id: Green Faith 098187942121

82GreenHarry Green1897791976id: Green Harry 131187943121

83GreenJohn C Green1934571991no image187944101

84GreenLily Green1870931963id: Green Lily 168187945101

85GunnFrances Gunn1896id: Gunn Frances 040187946141
Henry Gunn

86GunnHenry Gunn86id: Gunn Henry 041187947101died 19**

87HadinghamArthur William Hadingham1910721982id: Hadingham Arthur William 124187948131
Margaret Edith Marion Hadingham1914681982

88HadleyArthur Edward Hadley1954id: Hadley Arthur Edward 111
(2 images)
18794981National Portrait Gallery Arthur Edward Hadley (1870-1954), Assistant Controller of Inspection Dept, Ministry of Munitions Sitter associated with 4 portraits Arthur Edward Hadley by Bassano Ltd half-plate glass negative, 8 November 1935 NPG x179541 NPG x179542 NPG x179543 NPG x179544 Obituary ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?arnumber=5321257 ARTHUR EDWARD HADLEY Arthur Edward Hadley, C.B.E., died on the 8th April, 1954,at Darsham, Suffolk, at the age of 83. He was educated at Charterhouse, and on leaving in 1887, although coming from a legal family, he decided to pursue the then young profession of electrical engineering. After taking a course at the City and Guilds College, South Kensington, he became one of a group of young students and engineers who were associated with Dr. S. Z. de Ferranti in his early pioneer work, many of whom, like Hadley, subsequently attained considerable eminence. Amongst other things he was in the Drawing Office with H. H. Baker and was for a period in charge of the Transformer Test Department. When they moved to Hollinwood in 1897, Hadley was left in charge at Charterhouse Square. Sir Vincent de Ferranti still has a photograph of him presiding over his staff, which included H. W. Clothier and Hubert Sparks. He became a Director of Ferranti's, but resigned in 1902 to take up the position of Manager of the London office of the A.E.G. In 1905 this firm obtained large contracts with the County of Durham Electric Power Distribution Co. for 20-kV cables, switchgear and transformers for an extensive network designed to supply the Durham collieries, this being the first use of such a high voltage in this country. In the course of this work Hadley, and Dr. Klingenberg of Berlin, saw a great deal of Bernard Price, who was responsible to Charles Merz for the engineering of the Durham system. The A.E.G. having at that time acquired considerable interests in the Victoria Falls and Transvaal Power Co., of which in 1909 Hadley had become a Director, Bernard Price was offered and accepted the position of Chief Engineer in South Africa (later becoming also General Manager there and subsequently Resident Director). Hadley, who was always at the Company's head office in London, was made Managing Director in 1910 and succeeded the Marquis of Winchester in 1930 as Chairman, a position he retained until the company was acquired by the Electricity Supply Commission of South Africa in 1948. The German influence had disappeared after the 1914-18 War, and thereafter Hadley in London, and Bernard Price in Johannesburg, were primarily responsible for the spectacular development and financial success of the next thirty years. Both men were naturally cautious, and Hadley in particular always stressed the wasting character of gold mining. In consequence the engineering was developed on a relatively low cost basis, designed for a limited life. The constant growth of the Rand gold mining industry was therefore a pleasant and continuing surprise to them both. Although in his later life he was accustomed to preface his remarks on any engineering matters by saying although I am not now an engineer, he always contributed a very sensible and logical view and he took a personal interest in his company's power station design organization, which he retained under his control in London. He had a natural flair for management and finance, and not only became Deputy Chairman of the City of London Electric Lighting Co., but took an active part on the boards of many other companies outside the electrical industry, particularly those with interests in Central Africa; he was Chairman of the Rhodesia Railways and a Director of the British South Africa Company. In all his business activities he had the facility of inspiring loyalty and keenness from those who worked with and under him. Another valuable quality was his remarkable selfcontrol and his power to concentrate on one thing at a time. Apart from his business interests he was an interesting conversationalist with an amusing turn of cynicism; he was also a painter of no mean order. In sport he was an accomplished lawn tennis player and ice skater; he continued to skate until quite late in life and was the author of a well-known book on the subject. He joined The Institution as an Associate in 1895 and was elected a Member in 1912. During the 1914-18 War he worked as an Assistant Controller of the Inspection Department of the Ministry of Munitions, and was made a C.B.E. in 1918. His paper on Power Supply on the Rand, for which he received an Institution Premium, was published in the Journal in 1913. J. R. B.

89HarveyViolet Harvey1920902010id: Harvey Violet 189187950141

90HatcherJeremiah Hatcher1743901833id: Hatcher Jeremiah 555187951151

91HathawayJane Hathaway1839511890id: Hathaway Jane 042187952181

92HickfordIrene K Hickford1930571987id: Hickford Irene K 09718795371

93HickfordLouisa M Hickford1858621920id: Hickford Louisa M 050187954121
Arthur Hickford

94HolmesE George Holmes1906771983id: Holmes E George 12218795591
Mavis Cecily Holmes1911831994

95HolmesJack Holmesid: Holmes Jack 579187956141
Phyllis Holmes

96HubbardJames Hubbard1930521982id: Hubbard James 125187957111

97HughesMarjorie Hughes19041002004id: Hughes Marjorie 188187958121

98HuntGeorge Hunt1807731880id: Hunt George 154187959151
Ann Hunt1810701880

99HunterAlexander Hunter1821651886id: Hunter Alexander 043187960111
Catherine Bernie Hunter1816851901

100HutchinsonRichard Hutchinson1910741984no image18796171

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