Ernest Aves

(1857—1917) social investigator and civil servant

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Aves was born in Cambridge in 1857, and died on 19 April 1917 at Haslemere, Buckinghamshire. He attended Trinity College, Cambridge, where he took a first in the moral sciences tripos. Shortly after his graduation, he became a resident at Toynbee Hall, the universities’ settlement in East London, where he remained from 1886 until his marriage in 1897 to Eva Maitland.


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