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25, Stretton House, Alpha Road

History of 25 Alpha Road

1911: UK Census

Richard Sanderson, 51, French polisher, b Cambridge

Clara, 49, b Cambridge

Frank, 23, stationer’s assistant, b Chesterton

Reginald, 21, chauffeur, b Chesterton

Ronald, 18, grocer’s clerk, b Chesterton

Kenneth, 14, b Chesterton

Marcus, 12, b Chesterton

Sylvia, 9, b Chesterton


1913: Kellys

Richard Sanderson, French polisher


1918: UK Roll of Honour

Frank Edward Sanderson: Private 320321, 12th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Killed in action 6 September 1918. Aged 30.


1919:

Marcus Ernest Sanderson: Private 1834, 1st Eastern General Hospital, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died out of service April 1919. Enlisted 2 June 1915, discharged through sickness (phthisis – probably from working in the X-ray room his pension papers state) 13 November 1916.

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