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29 Alpha Road

History of 29 Alpha Road


George H Germany, 38, college servant

Sarah, 38, college servant

Maud, 15, apprentice dressmaker





George Germany, 50, college servant, b London

Sarah, 50, b Cambridge

Maud, 25, dressmaker, b Chesterton

Laura, 23, b Chesterton

Beatrice, 21, b Chesterton

Amy, 17, milliner’s assistant, b Chesterton

In 1881 the Germany family are living in Victoria Road.

Beatrice Gertrude Ethel Germany marries Albert Edward Ward (b Lowestoft 1879) September 16th St Luke’s Chesterton. In the 1901 census Albert is resident in West Ham working as a cuttfitter’s assistant or clothier.

Wedding of Beatrice Germany and Albert Edward Ward 16/9/1901

In 1911 Beatrice and Albert are living in Plumstead, London. He is a wholesale clothier. They have three children, Donald, 8, Irene, 5, and Kenneth, 6 months.

In 1938 Beatrice and Albert are living at 53 Jesus Lane.

In 1945 Laura and Amy are living at 50 Jesus Lane.


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