We had established in previous answers that a fragment of the family tree can be at http://zohrabfamily.atwebpages.com/ztbltre3.html (lines 252-256) and you have reminded us of the 1871 Census record.
There appear to have been 4 daughters with the following information from the General Register Office index of birth, marriages and death:
- Mat(h)ilde Helen Ede born Jan/Mar 1861 Altrincham 8a 153 died Oct/Dec 1928 Monmouth 11a 32 aged 67. No record of marriage.
- Lore Gwendoline Ede born Apr/Jun 1865 Altrincham 8a 158 died Oct/Dec 1919 Chorlton 8c 713 aged 54 (http://zohrabfamily.atwebpages.com/ztbltre3.html says she died unmarried)
- Mabel Beatrice Ede born Jan/Mar 1875 Altrincham 8a 188 died Oct/Dec 1946 Ross 9a 81 aged 71. No record of marriage.
- Freda Carlene Ede born Oct/Dec 1871 Altrincham 8a 171 died Jan/Mar 1933 Monmouth 11a 39 aged 61
married Cecil Burleigh Crampton in Jan/Mar 1901 Chorlton 8c 1043 ((http://zohrabfamily.atwebpages.com/ztbltre3.html says she died "sp", sin prole, without children)
You haven't explained how the Danish DNA connection connects you to the Edes. Although it's possible that Mathilde Helen Ede or Mabel Beatrice Ede married outside the UK, the fact that they both died with their maiden names would suggest they did not marry anywhere.
I'm afraid that the suggestion you are making is unlikely. Without understanding how the DNA has been connected to Denmark, it is hard to take this forward.