Henry Budd's son Edward married Elizabeth Mellish at St Mary's Winkfield Berks on the 6th January 1855. His brother William Budd was living nearby in Winkfield.
Edward & Elizabeth Budd moved to a Thames side property at 3 Hammersmith Terrace Hammersmith. Their first son named Edward was born on 21st October 1855.
Edward & Elizabeth Budd's second child named Elizabeth Budd Budd was born 9th March 1857. The family were now living at Elderslie Lodge near Horley Surrey.
Edward & Elizabeth next child named Myra Budd Budd was born 26th November 1858.
Edward & Elizabeth's next child was named Florence Budd Budd and was born 31st October 1862. The family had now moved away from Horley and were living in Pimlico London.
Edward & Elizabeth's next child was named initially Fredrica Budd Budd but when she was baptised her name was changed to Georgina Budd Budd.
The Budd family were now living at The Grange near Lingfield Surrey, which was a property Edward Budd had had built for his family.
Edward Budd had now inherited half of his father Henry Budd's estate when he died in 1862.
Edward & Elizabeth's next and last child was named Harry Bentinck Budd who was born on 10th April 1867
Edward Budd is listed on the 1871 census above at The Grange Lingfield.
Edward and Elizabeth's eldest daughter Elizabeth was originally planned to marry Charles Herbert Stanley, but for reasons unknown they never married.
Two years later on 16th April 1879 she married James George Scott,late Captain in the 5th Fusiliers.
Edward Budd and family are shown on the 1881 census below. The daughter named Ina is Georgina. Note that Edward's wife Elizabeth is stated as being a Lunatic and their eldest son Edward had also been certified as a Lunatic from the age of 33 in 1888.
Edward Budd died at The Grange on 6th March 1890 aged 77. He is buried in the family grave in Lingfield.
Following Edward Budd's death in 1890 his estate was divided between his wife and children. The executors were his son Harry Bentinck Budd and eldest daughter Elizabeth Budd Scott. Under the conditions of his Will Edward Budd directed that his wife Elizabeth and eldest son Edward should be financially provided for during their lifetime. As his daughters had gone against his wishes by embracing the Roman Catholic faith their share was reduced.
The largest benefactor of Edward Budd's estate was his son Harry Bentinck Budd who inherited the lions share. His story is told at the foot of the page.
The 1891 census records Elizabeth Budd living with her two daughters Myra and Florence in London Road Tunbridge Wells.
Elizabeth Budd's two daughters Myra and Florence married two brothers on the same day 17th July 1893. Myra married Edward John Newington and her sister Florence married Charles Newington.
Elizabeth Budd at the time of the 1901 census is living in Hove Sussex.
Her son Edward was boarding with Edwin Palmer in Tufnell Park London.
Elizabeth Budd's eldest daughter Elizabeth Budd Scott's husband James George Scott died on the 8th November 1903. He was a retired major in the army. He was 65 years old.
The widow Elizabeth Budd Scott married Herbert Vyvyan Cuthbert-Keeson on the 29th April 1905.
Elizabeth Budd in 1911 is living with her widowed daughter Florence Budd Newington. Her husband Charles had died aged 52 in 1909. Florence and her mother were now living at 2 New Church Road Hove Sussex,which is pictured below.
Edward Budd due to his mental condition was still Boarding with Edwin Palmer who's practice, Comittee in Lunacy had now moved to Bournemouth. Edward Budd lived to the age of 67. He died in 1923.
lizabeth Budd remained living in Hove until her death in 1913. She was 85 years old and was buried with her husband Edward Budd in Lingfield Church yard.
Elizabeth Budd's eldest daughter Elizabeth Budd Cuthbert-Keeson died in 1920. Her husband died the following year.
Within just over 2 months both Florence Budd Newington and her sister Myra Budd Newington died
The youngest of Edward and Elizabeth Budd's children, Georgina had become a nun in early life. She appears to have followed her faith for her entire life, she died in 1949 aged 85.