pictured in 1911 at Inlands Farm Nutbourne helping to load vegetables for Portsmouth
Market. Douglas's second name is from his mother's maiden name, Emily Ede from Bosham.
Douglas served as a Private with the Machine Gun Corps and the Labour Corps during
WW1. Amongst his medals was the Silver War Badge signifying that he was wounded.
He married Kitty Cribb 1890-1962 in 1937. They had no children and lived most of
their married life at Edith Cottage, West Ashling, Sussex. His wife Kitty was one
of the 16 children born to Barnabus Cribb and Emma Kearvell.
Lydia Kearvell 1867-1943
Born at Bosham
Youngest daughter of Frederick Kearvell and Louisa Tillwood (seated)
Married George Henry Stoveld in 1886
Lydia is the Aunt of Douglas Ede Kearvell (pictured right)