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103 Stretten Avenue

History of 103 Stretten Avenue


Lilian Haskins, widow, b 1886

Pauline R, b 1925, shop apprentice

Ivor Young, b 1927

Sylvia Young, b 1928


Kenneth George Turner Haskins: Air Mechanic, FX593191, H.M.S. Gosling, Royal Navy, who died on Saturday 17 June 1944. Buried in BRISTOL (ARNOS VALE) CEMETERY Gloucestershire, United Kingdom.

James Archie Phelps Haskins: son of Lilian and her husband James Edward William Haskins. James the son was a corporal in the Cambridgeshire Regiment. He was captured in the battle for Singapore and was killed on 21st Sep 1944 while being transported to a labour camp in Japan when the Japanese convoy was engaged by US submarines.

(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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