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89 Searle Street

89 Searle Street

History of 89 Searle Street

1911:

William Fox, 52, grocers porter, b Staffs

Elizabeth Hannah, 46, b Chesterton

William Bertie, 23, hotel waiter, b Chesterton

Albert Edwin, 20, carpenters labourer, b Chesterton

Elsie Maud, 18, b Chesterton

Harold Cecil, 14, b Chesterton

Gladys Hilda, 10, b Chesterton

Percy Maurice, 6, b Chesterton

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1913:

William Fox, porter

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1916:

William Bertie Fox: Private, 11th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action 01/07/1916. Age 28.

William Bertie Fox

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1917:

Albert Edwin Fox: Lieutenant Corporal, 6th Battalion, The Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment. Killed in action 12/04/1917.  Age 26.

Albert Edwin Fox

Albert Edwin Fox obituary

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1918:

Harold Cecil Fox: Lieutenant Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action by shell fire 28/03/1918. Aged 20.

Harold Cecil Fox

Harold Cecil Fox obituary

http://histonroadcemetery.org/graves/wargraves/ww1/foxfamily/

Their names are recorded on the War Memorial in St Luke’s Church.

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1970:

Wilfred F Dant

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