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Eastwell - Horn wedding 1919

93 Sedgwick Street

History of 93 Sedgwick Street

In 1891 the Eastwell family were living in Catharine Street. In 1901 they were living at 132 Argyle Road.

St Catherine’s College stool

St Catherine’s College stool

St Catherine’s College stool

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1911:

Thomas Eastwell, 49, oil colour and brush warehouse, b Hunts

Harriet, 46, b Hunts

Maurice Mansfield Eastwell , 21, law student St Catherine’s College, b Cambridge

Thomas Crane Eastwell, 20, house decorator, b Cambridge

In 1917 Major Eastwell is reported as a member of the Cambridgeshire Territorials.

In 1919 Major M M Eastwell married Miss G J Horn at St Philip’s Church. Githa Horn was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Horn of 116 Mill Road. The wedding was reported in the Cambridge Daily News 6.6.1919.

Maurice Eastwell

Note that Maurice graduated in Natural Sciences but was recorded in 1911 census as a Law student. He was admitted as a pensioner so was responsible for paying for his teaching, board and lodging.

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1912: July

Maurice Mansfield Eastwell appointed as assistant teacher, Abasith School, Alexandria.

Maurice Eastwell WWI

Maurice Eastwell WWI

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1919:

Maurice Eastwell married Githa J Horn, daughter of Arthur and Emma Horn.

Maurice Eastwell WWI

Maurice Eastwell WWI

Maurice Eastwell WWI

Maurice Eastwell WWI

Maurice Eastwell WWI

Maurice Eastwell WWI

The Nature and Cause of War: Essay by M M Eastwell

Maurice Eastwell essay (1)

Maurice Eastwell essay (2)

Maurice Eastwell essay (3)

Maurice Mansfield Eastwell, Tom Eastwell, Githa Eastwell

Unknown, Githa Eastwell, Githa’s son, unknown

Githa Eastwell, their son, Maurice Eastwell

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1933:

Maurice, living at 8 Tower Road Dartford, died 26 August in Woolwich. He left effects worth £620 17s 1d to his widow Githa.

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1939:

Githa was living at 21 Panton Street

 

 

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