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45 Richmond Road

History of 45 Richmond Road

1901 census

Elijah Levitt, 4, travelling gardener, b Girton

Emma, 54, b Girton

Elizabeth, 31, b Landbeach

Christopher, 18, carman, b Landbeach

Roger, 17, gardener, b Landbeach

Elijah, 14, b Landbeach

In 1911 Christopher was living at 121 Oxford Road . He was killed in action in 1917.


Elizabeth Levitt, 41, b Landbeach

Percy, 37, engineers fitter jam factory, b Landbeach

Roger, 25, warehouseman grocery, b Landbeach

Elijah, 24, cellarman, b Landbeach


Roger Levitt: Private 2705, 51st Battalion, Australian Infantry. Killed in action 15 August 1916. Aged 28 [CWGC] or 33 [AROH]. He joined the Australian army in 1915. He was a farmer living with his brother, Alexander at 14 Mile Brook, Narrogin, Western Australia. He had previously served with the 3rd Suffolk Volunteers but had purchased his discharge.



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