Fanny (Frances?) Agnes Ford, nee Jaggard (my grandmother)

1892 born in London (February, according to notes on an old postcard).
1901 census gives her as 9 years old living at Knox Road, Battersea, London.
1914 April 12th married Percy George Ford (my grandfather) in Weymouth.
1915 living at 121 Dorchester Road
1916 living at 1 Lodmoor Cottage, Melcombe Regis
1931 November 16th died Weymouth at Weymouth and District Hospital

her parents:
Arthur Elijah Jaggard and Martha Mary Jaggard. Arthur was a Southern Railway guard living at Knox Road according to the 1901 census and at 94 Speke Road acvording to research by Sandy Pearcey.

her children:
Elsie Constance born April 24th 1915
Frederick George (my Father) born May 15th 1916, died January 6th 1995
Cecil Arthur born April 24th 1920, died January 6th 2000
Mabel Alice born May 6 1925, died 1944 (of TB?)
Percy Charles born October 16th 1926, died 2008 (in Canada where had lived since c1960)
Francis Mary (known as Mary) born April 15th 1929

Also 3 more children, John, Ethel and Doris, all born and died between 1918 and 1925

Elsie Ford
This photo, labelled as Elsie, may well be Elsie Constance Ford, Percy and Fanny's first child. Elsie had a short life, but I have no record of her date of death.

Mabel Ford
Mabel Ford, about 1940

Photo: Chris Ford/Nature Portfolio
Frederick, Frances (Mary) and Cecil
Frederick, Mary and Cecil in 1985
Percy in 1915, stood next to his sister and behind his wife
Percy in 1915, stood next to his sister Ethel (?) and behind his wife Fanny, who is holding their first child Elsie.

Fanny Jaggard
A young Frances (Fanny) in 1909, five years before her marriage to Percy.

Fanny Jaggard
This photo may have been taken at the same time as the one of her sister Edith (below), in which case Fanny would have been 21 here.

Edith Jaggard
Edith Jaggard, Fanny's older sister and Percy's second wife. This photo was labelled 1913, when Edith would have been 29.

Arthur and Eliza Jaggard, Parents of Fanny
Arthur and Eliza Jaggard, Parents of Fanny and Edith.