Edward Robinson, 53, railway servant canvasser [canvassers were employed to act as salesmen for the railway companies, offering and explaining facilities to companies], born Redenhall, Norfolk
Elizabeth May, 47, born Norwich
Maggie Beatrice, 25, born Norwich
Georgiana Flora, 22, draper’s assistant, born Middlesex
Dora Jessie, 20, draper’s assistant, born Middlesex
Dorothy Kate, 18, born Middlesex
Leslie Edward, 16, mechanic bicycle works, born Middlesex
Ernest George, 12, born Cherry Hinton
Hector Donald, 10, born Cherry Hinton
By 1911 Elizabeth had had 10 children of which 9 survived.
Percy Miller Ayres, born 1877, sergeant 8960 Army Pay Corps and Suffolk Regiment. He was manager of an insurance company and married Henrietta Mabel Hall at St John’s Church 16/5/1917. He joined up in October 1916 and was demobilised August 1919.
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