1874 - 1889 (15 years)
||Mary Amy ENNEVER |
||St Pancras, Middlesex
||1 Apr 1881
||1 Elm Villa, Stroud Green North Side, Greenham, Berkshire
||St Pancras District, Middlesex
||Kensal Green Cemetery, Harrow Road, London
||1. Essex Ennevers
||10 Nov 2010 |
||William Joseph ENNEVER, Born: 24 Feb 1830, Marylebone, Middlesex , Died: 3 Sep 1917, 'Tiverton', 23 Inverness Avenue, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex (Age 87 years) |
||Teresa Ann SHERROTT, Born: 1 Oct 1842, Langley, Buckinghamshire , Died: 25 Jan 1930, 19 Norfolk Road, Brighton, Sussex (Age 87 years) |
||2 Feb 1865
||St Patrick's Chapel, Sutton Street, Strand, Middlesex
||The French Connection|
A collection of early and more recent family connections with France.
||The Pelman Institute and Pelmanism|
Details of W J Ennever's Mind Training courses.
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.
||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.
||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 Group Sheet