Fanny Gittus widow, 44, living on own means, born Chippenham Cambs
Harold A. son, 8
Florence A Nixon, boarder, 32, companion, born Sawtry
Nellie Chandler, servant, 20, general servant, born Lincoln
John Smyth 46, Land Agent
Annie Elizabeth 33
Ellen Trow, servant, 16
At some point this family moved to 11 Luard Road, “Navan”. It is from data linked to this address that we learn that the eldest son, Gerald Hugh Smyth, was killed in September 1918 while flying a Sopwith Camel for the RAF. For more information see the entry on Luard Road.
The Turpin family
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