I learned about Hamilton Stanley Faber from The College of Arms when researching the Faber family. They advised me they held an extensive pedigree for the Faber family, recorded in 1902 by Hamilton S Faber, who was the first cousin of Henry Grey Faber’s father. I subsequently found that Hamilton’s work had been posted online and a link is posted below.
The information I have learned about Hamilton Stanley Faber and his family is as follows.
1881: Hamilton Stanley Faber, aged 2, is recorded at living at 1, Esplanade, Teignmouth East, Newton Abbot, Devon, England, with his parents Edward G Faber (a wine merchant) aged 45, Edith M Faber aged 30 and Edward G Faber, Ernest M Faber and Evelyn A Faber. Also, a governess and two nurses.
1901: Hamilton S Faber, aged 22, is a medical student, living at 95, Fordwych Road, Hampstead, London & Middlesex, England, living with parents Edward G Faber (retired from owning ironworks), Edith M Faber and Ernest W Faber aged 24 (member of the London Stock Exchange).
1911: Hamilton Stanley Faber, aged 32, is working as Doctor Mp Mrcs Lrcp and living at 28 Chichele Road Cricklewood NW, Willesden, Middlesex, England with his mother Edith Maria Faber (now a widow), Edward Jocy Faber and Ernest Waddington Faber. Also two servants.
1939: Hamilton S Faber is working as a medical practioner and living at 25 Chichele Road , Willesden M.B., Middlesex, England with Jean (Caslow) Faber and three others.
Edward G Faber
Hamilton’s father Edward G Faber was born in 1836 and can be found on 1841 census. A marriage of Edward Grey Faber to Edith Maria Garvey is also recorded at Christ Church With St Paul, Forest Hill, Lewisham, England on 9 April 1874. The fathers names are given as Thomas Henry Faber and John Garvey, a Clerk in Holy Orders.
The 1841 census records Edward, aged 5 (born in Durham 1836) as living at High Street, Stockton, Durham, England with parents Thomas Henry Faber aged 55 (born 1786) and Eleanor Faber aged 36 (born 1805 in Durham). Also siblings Ann, Eleanor, Frank, Edward, Elizabeth and Mary.