Alfred Francis, 47, grocer, b Suffolk
Emma, 57, b Yorks
George, 21, b Northampton, b Northants, imbecile
Albert, 17, grocer’s assistant, b Chesterton
Susan Preston, sister in law, widower, 69, living on own means, b Yorks
Albert Francis, 58, grocer
George William, 31, feeble minded
Albert Henry Francis, b 1883, grocer
Ada Hepzibah, b 1881, shop assistant
Bert, b 1904, manager radio manufacturers
Ada M, b 1920, saleswoman boots and shoes
Betty, b 1922, grocery shop assistant
Their son, Ernest, was a private in the Cambridgeshire Regiment. He fought at the Battle of Singapore and was captured by the Japanese. He died of beriberi at Sonkurai, Thailand on 22nd Oct 1943.
(For more information on the Cambridgeshire Regiment in WWII read ‘Battalion at War – Singapore 1942’ by Michael Moore, Gliddon Books 1988)
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