George Kenwrick was an Architect and Surveyor and lived and worked for a time in Birmingham. He married Mary Isabella Stevens (she was born 31 July 1851, possibly in Malvern (she was confirmed in Malvern Priory) and died 24 April 1917 aged 65, buried Coventry). Married 8 December 1875, Upton on Severn. He was apprenticed to Hilton & Thomas Vale (original); later Harry Vale (son of Thomas Vale) was apprenticed to George Kenwrick. He was a member of the Plymouth Brethren.
When Isabella died George and family packed up and went to Canada, selling the house and contents in Edgbaston Birmingham. He bought a large house in Cambridge. When he returned he had a flat in London and then had a school in Twickenham run by his daughter. He married Nellie Louisa Morgan (b c 1872 - d 9 January 1961) who had been nanny to his children and died in Felixstowe, Suffolk in 1938, aged 86 years. He is buried in Trimley St Mary, Suffolk with Nellie.
Interesting that his first wife’s gravestone should also bear his details.
Thanks to Robert Kenwrick, grandson of George's brother Charles Harry Kenwrick.