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Ada Gertrude Hudgell

1872 -

Waterford Trial

     Ada Gertrude Hudgell born in Clapham North London in 1872.

      Married George Tooth in 1899 in Camberwell, they lived at Gardeners Cottage 28, Crescentwood Road Sydenham in Surrey.

 

     George Tooth, a gardener insisted  that he was the rightful son of the fifth Marquess of Waterford and his dead wife and took the case to court in 1918.

 

      In the case Ada's sister gave evidence in it Sarah Jane Simmons said that her maiden name was Hudgell and her sister Ada Gertrude, they had known George for some time before their marriage.

 

     He was always known as George Tooth but when Georges foster mother attended the signing of the register in the vestry after they married to sign her name she stated that his was George Godfrey the same as hers. The certificate was therefore made out in the name of George Godfrey.

 

Reports from each days proceedings from The Times:

 

News of the World March 3rd 1915 

 

The Times November 13th 1917 

 

The Times 30th January 1918 

 

The Times 1st February 1918 

 

Times Editorial February 2nd 1918 

 

The Times February 2nd 1918 

 

The Times Law Report February 26th 1919 

 

The Times A Solicitors Bill February 27th 1919 

 

 

 

Ada Gertrude Hudgell 

 

George Tooth 

 

 


 

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