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22 Marshall Road, Bodiam

History of 22 Marshall Road


Ellen Sturges, 37, widow, char woman, born Ireland

John, son, 13, butcher’s boy, born London

Joseph, 5, born London

Winifred, 3, born London

Ernest Stribling, boarder, 29, carpenter, born Suffolk


George Cowley, 47, telegraph lineman Civil Service, born Derby

Emily Jane, 43, (5 children, 1 died), born Oxon.

Frederick Herbert, 16, apprentice hairdresser, born Lincs.

Leonard Arthur, 13, born Lincs.

Sidney Frank, 11, born Lincs.

Constance Emily, 8, born Lincs.


Mrs H E Noble

This is the address of Samuel Albert Brooks Noble who in 1911 had lived with his parents at the Babraham Dairy in Hills Road. He enlisted in the 7th Battalion Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment. He was killed in action 28/9/1916 aged 25, He is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial. At the time of his death he was married to Hilda Emily.




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