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24 Hartington Grove, Maidenhead, (11)

History of 24 Hartington Grove


(11 Hartington Grove)

Alfred Edwards, 33, clerk engineering branch GPO

Lilian Mary, 30,

Kathleen Winifred, 3,

Thomas Blackett Milner, father, 64, ironmonger and manufacturer

Martha Cane Milner, mother, 60, (married 40 years, 12 children, 10 still living)

George Gibbard Jackson, visitor, 33, sorting clerk and telegraphist GPO

Alfred Edwards b. 1878, was a sapper in the Royal Engineers (Signal Section). At the outbreak of WWI he was a third class engineering clerk; he had married Lilian in 1905 and had two children. In 1913 he is recorded as living at no. 11 Maidenhead. However his military record states his address as no. 22. He was mobilized in January 1916. In April 1916 he was found absent from church parade and confined to barracks for two days.


William Morley

W C Abrahams



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