Birth: 15 November 1887

Place or Registered Place of Birth: Wimborne, Dorset

Baptism: Not Known

Place of Baptism: Not Known

Death: After 1965

Place or Registered Place of Death: Not Known

Father: Cecil George Paget

Mother: Innes Elizabeth Skinner

Spouse(s): Ronald James Barcham Leney

Date of Marriage: 14 June 1921

Place or Registered Place of Marriage: St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London

Children:

Anne Leney (1922-)
Robin Christopher Paget Leney (1927-)

Notes:

The Parents' Review
A Monthly Magazine of Home-Training and Culture
Edited by Charlotte Mason.
"Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life."
Aunt Mai's Budget.
Volume 10, 1899, pg. 2
Little Workers' Society.

Founder: Mrs. Edmund Strode.

Each member makes two garments a year for a child known to the worker.

Next June send a pinafore for a little girl.

The following Little Workers sent each a warm dress for a little girl. All the dresses were well made and very well finished. The sewing is much better than it was three or four years ago, and reflects great credit both on the sewers and their teachers:--

Age 8 years--Dorothy Brooks (29), Nora Layard (28). Age 10 and 11 years--Rose Larkin (30), Coralie Sutton (30), Mary Naish (29), Averil Mary Paget (29), Dorothy Butcher (28), Ruth Layard (28), Hilda Bowyer (30). Age 13 and 14--Leila Kenneth Barrington (30), Dorothy Sayer (30).

Averil Mary Paget, born 15th Nov., 1887 (now Mrs. Ronald Leney) began her war service by helping to organize needlework for Belgian refugees.

Averil Mary Paget