Keeper of the family archive covering over 300 years of history
Maud Edalji (1882-1961) lived at St Markís vicarage in Great Wyrley until her fatherís death and was a key witness to all that happened to her brother and the rest of her family. She moved from the Midlands to Welwyn Garden City in 1930, and George joined her. After his death in 1953 she pursued the campaign on his behalf into its sixth decade. As the last of the Edalji family she held the whole family archive in her house, including a chest full of material on Georgeís case, portraits from her motherís Stoneham family going back to the 18th century, and documents about the Stonehams and their connections with South Asia.