The Genealogy of the Ryeland and connected Families
Edward RYELAND1910 - 1932 (22 years)
Name Edward RYELAND [2, 3] Born 1910 Dover, , Kent, England [1, 2, 3, 4]
- Day may be transcribed from death?
Gender Male Education Dover County School for Boys 1918-26  Obituary Dec 1932
- The Death of Mr E. Ryeland
There were many public manifestations of respect and sympathy at the funeral which took place on Wednesday at St. Mary's Cemetery, of Mr. Edward Ryeland, aged 22 years, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ryeland, whose death on Thursday, 29th December, was reported in last week's issue. Mr, Ryeland, who was a Lieutenant in No. 3 Company, Cinque Ports, (Fortress) Royal Engineers, was accorded a military funeral. The Band of the Royal Sussex Regiment headed the cortege, which included a large detachment of the Cinque Ports (Fortress) R.E. under Major W. F. Godfrey and a number of the 4th Bn. The Buffs, under Captain J. Sherwood. The officers on parade were Capt. J. Mills, Capt. J. H. B. Lowe, Capt. A. B. Thomas, Lieutenants C. V. Grifna, M. Durban and B. P. Oaye (Cinque Ports (F.) R.E.), Capt. G. C. Wood (R.S. (T.)), Lieutenant A. C. Roberts (The Buffs), Major R.D.B. Perrott (Deputy Chief Engineer, Eastern Command). The coffin was covered with the Union Jack, was carried on a gun carriage provided by the Lincolnshire Regiment. The deceased's cap and sword rested on the coffin. Canon Elnor officiated at the funeral and after the service the buglers of the Royal Sussex Regiment sounded the "Last Post" and the "Reveille." The bearers were the following N.C.O.'s of the Cinque Ports (Fortress) Royal Engineers, C.Q.M.S. Green, Sergeants Fleeman, Blackburn, Tucker, Woods and Trumper.
The family mourners were Capt. A. E. Ryeland (father), Mr. H. A. J. Ryeland, Mr. A. E. Ryeland, Mr. C. Ryeland and Mr. F. Ryeland (brothers), Mr. W. Castell (brother-in-law), Captain H. L. Dargan.
Amongst others present were: - Major J. H. Mowll (C.P. (Fortress) R.E.), Major L. B. Bushell (R.A.), Mr. J. Saunders (Assistant Hon. Secretary) and Major J. Martin and Mr. P. Wenborn (representing the Dover Sea Angling Association), Captain W. E. Pearce (representing Dover County School Cadet Corps), Mr. F. Whitehouse, M.A., and Mr. W. H. Darby (Dover County School for Boys), Mr. W. Perks (H.M. Inspector of Aliens) and Mr. Humphrey (Immigration Officer), Mr. L. Fox and Mr. T. B. Elliott (H.M. Customs), Mr. E. P. Whettingstall (Waterguard Surveyor), Mr. E. F. Prescott (D.C.S. Old Boys Association) Captain H. G. Baxter (representing Messrs, J. E. Lukey and Sons), Capt. Louis Brady and Messrs. Trodden and Sparkes (representing Messrs. Townsend Bros. Ferries, Ltd.), Captain, Wedbrook (Pilot Cutter), Mrs. F. Whitehouse, Councillor and Mrs. F. R. Powell, Councillor J. Walker, Mr. C. S. Grieff, Mr. J. Curtis, Mr. R. D. Carter, Mr. And Mrs. A. Watts.
Floral tributes were sent as follows: - - From Dad and Mother dear - Always in my thoughts - May - With heartbroken love, from Alice and Bob - To dear Edward, from Maisie and Jim - From Albert, Nora and family - Chas and Nora - From John and Mary - Fred, Edith and Baby Arthur - From his two little nieces, Betty and Beatrice - With love, from Roger and David - From Mrs. Rogers - Mr. And Mrs. A. E. Corteel and family - Mr. And Mrs. Castell, senr., and Ciss - Mr. And Mrs. Castell, junr. - Mr. And Mrs. H. Ascough and Fred Ascough (Cordene, Bolton) - Miss Ella Dargan - Captain H. L. Dargan - Mr. And Mrs. H. E. Dargan (Purley) - Tony, Doreen and Tony Boy - Miss Kathleen Beeching - Mrs Grange and Bernice - Mr. And Mrs. Crouch - Mr. And Mrs. H. Benz and Miss Benz - E. Knowles - His old chum Sydney and Mr. And Mrs. Parker (Deal) - The Commanding Officer and Officers, Cinque Ports (Fortress) Royal Engineers - Lt.-Col. Allen Buchanan, Royal Engineers, and Officers, R.E. Dover - Officers, N.C.O's and Men of 233rd Field Battery Royal Artillery (T.) - Officers Warrant Officers, N.C.O's and Men, 168th Heavy Battery - All ranks, "D" Coy., 4th Bn. The Buffs, Dover - The Officers, N.C.O's and Cadets of the Dover County School Cadet Company - Warrant Officers and Sergeants, Cinque Ports (Fortress) R.E. - The President, Committee and Members of the Dover County School Old Boys' Association - The Staff of the Customs House, Dover - Waterguard Department, H.M. Customs and Excise - Immigration and Special Branch Staffs Dover - Members of the Dover Golf Club - Masters and Engineers of the Dover Tugs - Crews of the motor launches "Ocean King" and "Ocean Queen" - Motor-boat "Sabine" and crew - Motor-boat "Sabina" and crew - Crew of the motor-boat "Spartan" - The Staff, Messrs. Killick and Back - The Royal Automobile Club Port Officers, Dover - The Automobile Association, Dover Port Staff - The Dover Sea, Angling Association - T. E. Brockman - Mr. and Mrs. Burwill - Mr. and Mrs. John Walker - Mr. S. T. Hills - The Directors of Messrs. William Crundalt and Co., Ltd. - H. E. Cullin and workmen - O.G. Bavington Jones and R. F. Bavington Jones - Miss Daisy Boyton - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whitehouse - Captain and Miss Iron - Ernest A. Marsh - J. R. W. Richardson - Mrs. And Miss Grant - Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Palmer - Mr. and Mrs. William J. Peppin and Staff - Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Knott - Major. J. R. P. Clarke - Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gunn and Alfred - Mr. and Mrs. W. Garland - Mrs. Stacey - Mr. and Mrs. M. Piggott - Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar McQueen - Mr and Mrs. S. R. Birch - A. L. Green - Mr. and Mrs. E. King - John E. Lukey - Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer - Mr. and Mrs. T. Harvey - Mrs. R. Jenner, George and Frank - Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence and Son - Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Harrow - Mr. C. Horace Tyrell and family - Mrs. Sibley and Al (Eastbourne) - Mr. A. Decort - Mr. and Mrs. McNeir - Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Watson and family - Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Blackman - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simpkins - Mr. and Mrs. Sharp and Family - Mr. and Mrs. R. Romney - Councillor and Mrs. Gore - Councillor Major and Mrs. and Willy Martin - Mr. and Mrs. Kinson and family - Mr. and Mrs. Witherall and family - Mr. and Mrs. A. Carter and family - Mr. and Mrs. P. Martin - Mr. and Mrs. Gruet - R. Baker and H. E. Stanford - Mr. and Mrs. Grieff and Nita - W. G. Birt - C. Floyd - Mr. and Mrs. Ballard - Mr. and Mrs. Mangill and Nita - Mr. and Mrs. V. Toop - Mr. and Mrs. G. Shilson and Sons - "Tibbles"
The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. B. J. Andrews, of 22, New St., and 34, Longfield Road.
Residence 29 Dec 1932 Dover, , Kent, England  7 Snargate Street Died 29 Dec 1932 Dover, , Kent, England [4, 6, 7, 8] Cause: Heart Failure due to Rheumatic Fever
- Died at 7 Snargate Street Dover
Deaths Dec 1932 (92%)
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Obituary 30 Dec 1932 Dover, , Kent, England  Dover Express
- DEATH OF YOUNG TERRITORIAL OFFICER«b»
«/b»We regret to announce that the death took place yesterday, at the age of 22, of Mr. Edward Ryeland, who was a Lieutenant in No. 3 Company, Cinque Ports (Fortress) Royal Engineers. He was the youngest son of Capt. And Mrs. A. E. Ryeland, of 7, Snargate St., Dover. He was on the staff of Messrs. Hammond and Co., Shipping Agents. Deceased had been ill with rheumatic fever and death occurred owing to heart failure.
Occupation Lieutenant in No. 3 Company Cinque Ports (Fortress) Royal Engineers  Buried 4 Jan 1933 St Mary's Cemetery, Dover, , Kent, England 
- Grave Ld4 (Same grave as his mother)
Edward Ryeland Grave.jpg Ryeland Grave St Marys Dover Arthur E Mary Ann E Charles N Nora S L and Edward.jpg Probate 7 Feb 1933 London, , Greater London, England 
- RYELAND Edward of 7 Snargate-street Dover died 29 December 1932 Administration London 7 Debruary to Arthur Edwin Ryeland retired captian H.M. arym. Effects 355 pounds 10s.
_UID 67380C0E901B405A8E62B02DA00AFF42B6A6 Person ID I7449 Ryeland Family Tree Last Modified 31 Mar 2017
Father Captain Arthur Edwin RYELAND, b. 16 Mar 1872, Kings Cross, Islington, , Middlesex, England , d. 5 Mar 1963, River, Dover, , Kent, England (Age 90 years) Mother Mary Ann Elizabeth BANFILL, b. 2 Apr 1873, Camberwell, Surrey, England , d. 19 May 1942, Banstead, , Surrey, England (Age 69 years) Married 13 Jan 1895 All Saints, Deptford, Greenwich, , Kent, England [1, 3, 7, 11, 12, 13]
- All Saints, Hatcham Park 
Arthur Edwin RYELAND and Mary Ann Elizabeth BANFILL Marriage Certificate.jpg Family ID F1333 Group Sheet | Family Chart
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- No. 72. MARCH, 1933. VOL. XXIII.
In memory of the late Edward Ryeland there will be presented annually an "Edwaid Ryeland Memorial Prize," the gift of his brother, Frederick G. Ryeland, who is himself also one of our Old Boys, and to whom we offer on behalf of the School our sincere thanks. The conditions under which the prize will be awarded will be announced later. It is a tribute to the sterling character, of one whose good qualities endeared him to all who knew him.
We deeply regret to announce the following deaths
29th December.-Edward Ryeland (1918-26), Lient. in the Cinque Ports (Fortress) Royal Engineers.
Many will have heard with regret of the sudden death in December last of Edward Ryeland. A lasting reminder of his. loyalty to the Corps and all that it means is shown by the gift of a 0.22 Vickers rifle, with the inscription "Presented to the Dover County School in Proud Memory of Lieut. Edward Ryeland, C.P. (F.) R.E., a Former Scholar and a Member of the School Cadet Corps, who Passed Away 29th December,. 1932, Aged 22 Years."
Ryeland Edward, Dover, 2a 1106 April 1910
Ryeland Edward, Dover, 2a 1418 Dec 1932 - Aged 22 Years [5, 10]
- No. 72. MARCH, 1933. VOL. XXIII.
- [S16] 1911 British Census.
- [S701] Roger Banfil & Dick Ryeland Family Tree, Roger Banfil & Dick Ryeland.
- [S68] Joan Alberta Ryeland, Joan Alberta Ryeland.
- [S2] GRO Indexes.
- [S255] Dover County School for Boys Archives, (URL: http://dovergrammar.co.uk/).
- [S550] England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941, Ancestry.com.
- [S4] Philip Ryeland Family Tree, Philip Ryeland.
- [S798] Dover District Council - Cemetery Department.
- [S58] British Newspapers 1710-1950, findmypast.co.uk.
- [S179] John Ryeland Family Tree, John Ryeland Family Tree, The Dover Express and East Kent News Friday 6 January 1933 (Reliability: 3).
- [S5] Free BMD.
- [S20] FamilySearch International Genealogical Index v5.0, (URL: http://www.familysearch.org).
- [S172] Arthur Edwin RYELAND and Mary Ann Elizabeth BANFILL Marriage Certificate, England and Wales. Registrar General., marriage certificate (Reliability: 3).
- [S16] 1911 British Census.