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251 Hills Road, Kenfig/Elstow

History of 251 Hills Road


Franklen Paine Franklen-Evans 47, medical researcher, born Glamorgan

Violet Franklen-Evans, 38, born Lancs.

George Philip, 11, born Surrey

Ivor John, 6, born Essex

Winifred Mary Reynolds, 28, governess, born Mid Lothian

Elizabeth Sarah Ann Northfield, 25, servant, born Cherry Hinton

Philip Franklen-Evans born 1899, died 18/9/1918. Second lieutenant in the Durham Light Infantry, he fell near St Quentin, Aisne and died of his wounds.


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