Ernest Edward was born 26 August 1878 Kingston on Thames, Surrey, a son of Thomas Harrison Wyborn and Elizabeth formerly Branton.
In 1881 he was at home with his parents, aged 2 and born at Kingston on Thames.
In the 1891 census of 58 Palace Road, Bromley, he was at home with his parents, aged 12, and born at Kingston.
He married Florence Jessie Wright (born 12 December 1878) on 6 September 1899 (Bromley district) went into the Post Office as a telegraph boy and was a Post Office Manager, in charge of all the staff at Bromley Post Office.
In 1901 he was living at 28 Palace Road, Bromley, aged 22, a postman, born at Kingston on Thames. With him was his wife Florence J. aged 22 and born at Henley on Thames. There was also a daughter, Doris E. aged 6 months and born at Bromley.
Ernest served in the war and was wounded in 1918. He may be the Ernest E. Wyborn who served in WW1 in The Queens Regiment as a private.
He died 5 August 1925 at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington and lived at 9 Plymouth Road, Bromley. Letters of Administration were granted to his widow 12 October 1925. Florence Jessie died 5 February 1951 aged 72.
Ernest and Florence had 10 children.
Posted 18 January 2007