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5 Claremont, Hills Road

History of 5 Claremont


Elizabeth Fanshaw, 80, married, living on own means, born London

Alice, 40, daughter, born Durham

Elizabeth H Walton, 24, servant, born Hunts


Catherine Baldwin, 76, living on own means, born Scotland

May J Baldwin, sister, 38, living on own means, born India

Martha E C Wright, servant, 40, born Dorset


Latham Charles Miller Blacker, 54, retired officer (major), born South Africa

Emily Violet, 50, born Malta

Latham Valentina Stewart, son, 23, Lieutenant Indian Army, born Cheshire

Harold Alfred Cecil, 21, Civil Service Student, born London

Bertha Shinn, 21, born Suffolk


Mrs F Banyard

J Hirst Banyard B.A. solicitor

Lt. James Hirst Banyard, Bedfordshire Regiment, was killed in action on 3rd September 1916 aged 29.


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