Section A households

4 [now 20] Church Fields

9
KENNETT GOODING, 51
Cement foreman
(1859-1917)Gooding

 

 

 

 

10
MARGARET GOODING, 29
(1882-)
11
MARJORY GOODING, 1
(1910-)

2 Roman Villas [Now 18 Church Fields]

29
SIDNEY FREDERICK ASHBEE, 30AshbeeSidney
(1881-1942)
Locomotive Driver ([Peters] Cement works)

30
EDITH MARY ASHBEE (nee COOMBER), 29
(1882-1954)
(no picture known)

 

 

AshbeeGS
31
GORDON SPENCER ASHBEE, 3
(1907-1945)

 

 

 

 

32
WILLIAM FREDERICK ASHBEE, 52AshbeeWilliam
(1858-1916)
Gas Stoker; boarder

 

 

 

 

 

3 Roman Villas [now No. 20 Church Fields]

Mayger G33
GEORGE MAYGER, 51
(1859-1
935)
Furnace stoker, paper mill

 

 

 

34
EMILY MAYGER, 54
(1855-1933)
35
ELLA MAYGER, 24
(1887-)
36
HERBERT ALBION, 24
(1896-)
Boarder; electrical engineer

4 Roman Villas [now no. 22 Church Fields]

37
Ralph Gower, 36
Commercial clerk
38
Ruth Gower, 38
Wife

Gower, Claude39
Claude Gower, 12
School

(Picture 1912
British Schools)

40
Douglas Gower, 8
school

5 Roman Villas [now no. 24, Church Fields]

Wright JG41
JOHN GEORGE WRIGHT, 48
Engine fitter
(1856- )

 

42
EMILY S WRIGHT, 48
Wife
(1856- )
43
ALBERT C WRIGHT, 16
Apprentice to paper making
(1894- )
44
EMILY D WRIGHT, 20
Dressmaker
(1890- )
45
BEATRICE E WRIGHT, 18
(1892- )
46
LORENCE K WRIGHT, 3
(1907- )

Sunnyside, [28] Church Fields

11h53
JOSHUA WILFORD, 55
(1856-1931)
Builder and contractor
(Picture 1911)

EJ I Wilford54
EMILY JANE WILFORD, 52
(1858-1937)
(Picture 1919)

EmilyJane190855
EMILY JANE WILFORD, 29;
widow [had married WOLFE]
(1883-1969)
(Picture 1908)

 

 

 

JoshuaWilford56
JOSHUA JOSEPH WILFORD
(1886-1936)
Working in the business
(Picture 1911)

 

 

 

Medway Villas, Church Fields [5 houses, nos 1-9]

Tapley85
ELLEN MILLEN

86
WILLIAM TAPLEY
(1875-1958)
(Picture 1916:
WWI Volunteers)

 

 

 

Mulberry Cottage [East end]

141
CHARLES BAILEY
(1847-1936)
Waterman
142
ELLEN BAILEY
Wife
(1851-1932)
143
GERTRUDE JONES
(1907- )

 [25] High Street

230
EDGAR NORMAN, 46
Butcher’s assistant
231
FLORENCE CAROLINE NORMAN, 46
wife
NORMAN Cecil232
CECIL ALBERT NORMAN, 15
(Pictures estimated at c.1904)

NORMAN Kathleen233
KATHLEEN NORMAN, 14

 

 

 

Norman HE234
HAROLD EDGAR NORMAN, 12

 

 

 

 

 

 

Former post office, grocer’s shop, High Street

243
Anon7WILLIAM BATEMAN
(1842-1913)
Grocer
(Identity not confirmed)

 

244Marianne
MARY ANN BATEMAN
(1845-1917)

 

 

Ada245
ADA BATEMAN
(1869-1947)

 

 

 

 

1 Clara Place, [28] Constitution Hill

304
Robert Sykes, 56
Cooper
305
Amy Amelia Sykes, 54
Wife
306
R. Sykes, 34
Cement labourer

sykes307
Arthur Victor Sykes, 22
Paper mill labourer

(also well-known footballer)

 

 

 

308
Maud R. Sykes, 19
At home
309
Grace H. Sykes, 13
scholar

2 Clara Place [30] Constitution Hill

310
Charles James Pobgee, 53
Fitter, cement works
311
Emily Alice Pobjee, 52
Wife
312
Roland Frederick Pobgee, 21
Cement works labourer
313
Reginald Rose Pobgee, 14
314
Pobgee evelynEvelyn Kate Pobgee, 11
School

 

 

 

315
Maggie Pobgee, 8

1 Kemp’s Cottages, Constitution Hill

325
Thomas Batchelor, 52
Cement labourer
326
Frances Batchelor, 53
Wife
Batchelor327
Reginald [Arthur] Batchelor, 14
Newspaper boy
(1897-1918)
Killed in WWI

 

 

 

328
Samuel Mayer, 46
Cement labourer; lodger

Temperance Terrace, Constitution Hill

344
George Wells, 41
Cement labourer
345
Mary Ann Wells, 39
Wife
346
John Wells, 17
Paper mill worker
WellsG347
George Wells, 15
Paper mill worker
(killed in WWI)

 

 

 

 

 

348
Hepzibah Wells, 13
Scholar
349
Violet Wells, 11
Scholar
350
Arthur Wells, 9
351-william-wells-1906-1941351
William Wells, 5 (pictured)
352
Henry Wells, 3

Woodlands Farm

380
David Thomson, 38
Farmer
381
Eliza Thomson, 36
Wife
382
Jessie Thomson, 2
383
Lily Thomson, 2
wallis m 384384
Mabel Wallis, 23
Servant

Cemetery

387
William Fletcher, 60
caretaker, cemetery
388
Charlotte Fletcher, 57
Wife
389
Charlotte Cummins, 33
Daughter
390
Frederick John Cummins, 2
Grandson
391-frederick-fletcher-1880-1940391
Frederick Fletcher, 31
General labourer, cement

392
William Fletcher, 17
General labourer, cement

Cox’s [Woodlands] Farm [part]

Stevens RT403
Robert [Thomas] Stevens, 28
Clay miner

 

 

 

 

Stevens Emma404
Emma Stevens. 28
Wife

 

 

405
Walter Stevens, 25
Chalk miner; brother
406
Robert Stevens, 6
407
Bertha Stevens, 4
408
Elsie Stevens, 3
409
Frances Stevens, 6 months

6 Waghorn Road

444
Eliza Goodsell, 64
Widow; housekeeper
445
Louis Goodsell, 34
Paper mill worker
446
John Sidsaph, 45
Boarder; boiler maker
447
Walter Sucklinge, 26
Boarder; boiler maker
448
George Hebblewhite, 35
Boarder; boiler maker
Smith Samuel449
Samuel Smith, 28
Boarder; electrician, paper mill

 

 

 

Waghorn Road

486
Henry Goddard, 57
Cooper, cement works
487
Elizabeth Goddard, 50
Wife
488
Arthur Goddard, 16
Grocery assistant
489
Alfred Goddard, 14
Errand boy
490
Lilly Goddard, 11
School
Goddard Emily491
Emily Goddard, 11
School
Picture 1912
British Schools

 

492
Frederick Goddard, 8
school

Drummond Almshouses, Waghorn Road

Long J512
JOHN LONG, 70
Carpenter’s labourer
(1842-1921)

 

513
ELEANOR LONG, 42
Daughter
(1868-1940)

 

[10] Waghorn Road

515
George John Fryer, 38
Cooper, cement works
516
Helen Fryer, 36
Wife
Fryer517
Reginald John Fryer, 18
Clerk
Awarded Military Medal in WWI

 

 

518
Winifred Elsie Fryer, 21
Shop assistant, draper
519
Thomas Growns, 52
Fitter’s labourer, paper mill; lodger
520
Ellen Growns, 52
Lodger; wife of Thomas

Pretoria, Waghorn Road

Fielder W545
WILLIAM FIELDER, 31
Blacksmith, paper mill
(1880- )

 

546
EDITH KATE FIELDER, 26
(Nee MAY), wife
(1885- )
WILLIAM FIELDER, 3
(1908-)
548-harry-fielder-1908-1980548
HARRY FIELDER, 2
(1909- )

13, Queen’s Road

581
Henry Woollett, 44
Cement worker; widower
582
Annie Elizabeth Woollett, 21
Housekeeper
Woollett Henry james583
Henry James Woollett, 21
Paper mill worker

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 Queen’s Road

Knell J613
James Knell, 38
Paper sorter
(1873- )
(1904 football)

 

 

614
Lillian Knell, 31
Paper sorter
(1880- )
615
May Knell, 8
(1902-)

3 Osborne Villas, Queen’s Avenue

WhiteHT632
HENRY THOMAS WHITE, 37
(1874-1941)

Ida Florence633
IDA FLORENCE WHITE, 36
(nee BATEMAN)
(1874-

634
FLORENCE LENA ELLEN WHITE, 8
(1903-
635
IDA MILLICENT WHITE, 1
(1910-

4 Osborne Villas, Queen’s Avenue

BELSEY J636
JABEZ BELSEY, 38
General engineer
(1873- )

 

637
ALICE BELSEY, 37
Wife
(1874- )
Belsey F638
FRANK BELSEY, 13
Cathedral chorister, Rochester, [1910-14]
(1896- )
639
FRED BELSEY, 10
Scholar
(1901- )
640
JACK BELSEY, 3m
(1911- )

8 Alexandria Terrace, Queen’s Avenue

660
James Wallis, 49
Cooper, cement works
661
Ellen Wallis, 43
Wife
wallis wj 662662
William Wallis, 26
Carpenter
wallis ee 663

663
Eva Wallis, 16
Domestic servant
664-665-elsie-grace-wallis664
Elsie Wallis, 13
Scholar
665
Grace Wallis, 10
scholar (Picture of Elsie and Grace, 1909)

wallis la 666666
Leonard Wallis, 6
Scholar

 

 

 

3 Alexandra Terrace, Queen’s Avenue

687-688-albert-george-weaver-1864-1946-ann-jane-nee-tonge-1861-1939687
Albert Weaver, 46
Clay miner
688
Anne Weaver, 49
Wife
689-albert-george-weaver-1886-1962689
Albert Weaver, 24
Cement labourer
(1886-1962) (pictured)
690
Alfred Weaver, 23
Boot repairer
691
Ernest Weaver, 21
Cement labourer
692-charles-weaver692
Charles Weaver, 18
Paper bag printer

693693-harry-weaver-1895-1989-left-692-charles-weaver-1893
Harry Weaver, 16
Cowman on farm
(1895-1989)
694
Edith Weaver, 12
Scholar
695
Lilian Weaver, 8
Scholar
696
Daisy Weaver, 7
697-frederick-walter-weaver-1905-1994697
Frederick Weaver, 5
(1905-1994)
698-ethel-annie-weaver-later-kemsley-1906-2004698
Ethel Weaver, 4
(1906-2004)

1 Alexandra Terrace, Queen’s Avenue

Tremlett HTremlett H 2701
Harry Tremlett, 40
Foreman at paper bag works
(1871- )
Picture 1904
Picture 1909

702
Elizabeth [Frances] Tremlett, 37
(1875- )
703
[Adelaide] Joyce Tremlett, 18
(1897- )
704
Harry Tremlett, 7
(1903- )
705
Irene Tremlett, 4
(1906- )
Daughter Cicely working at The Lodge and listed there.

4 Queen’s Avenue

728
John Stephen Preston, 57
Army pensioner
(1853-1936)
729
Mary Preston, 51
Wife
(1860-1927)
Preston H730
Henry John Berridge Preston, 27
Professional cricketer [Kent]
(1883-1964)
(Picture 1904: football)
Also played football for Maidstone from 1909

Preston Eileen731
Eileen Dora Preston, 12
(1899- )
Picture 1912
(British Schools)

 

3 Queen’s Avenue

Foreman W 1856732
William Foreman, 55
Cement labourer
(1856-1912)
Foreman CE733
[Catherine] Helen/Eleanor/Ellen Foreman, 54
Wife
(1857-1918)
Foreman WJ734
William [James] Foreman, 25
Bricklayer’s labourer
(1880-1959)
Foreman G

735
George [Thomas] Foreman, 23
Plasterer
(1888-1960)

736-edith-agnes-foreman-1896-1974736
Edith [Agnes] Foreman, 14
(1896-1974)

1 Queen’s Avenue

741
Charles John State, 48
Paper maker
742
Emma State, 51
Wife
StateWJ743
William John State, 23
Cement labourer
(1888-1915)
Killed in WWI

744
Rose Annie State, 21
745
Frederick Charles State, 18
General labourer
StateGW746
Gilbert George State, 16
General labourer
(1893-1917)
Killed in WWI

747
Emma May State, 13
Scholar
748
Edith Esther State, 9
749
Frank Peter State, 7

The Bricklayer’s Arms, Holborough Road

burgess family

765
ALBAN BURGESS, 55
Publican
(1855-1916)
766
EMMA ELLEN BURGESS, 56
Assisting in the business
(1855-1933)
767
HELEN BURGESS, 31
Assisting in the business
(1879-1962)
Married Alfred Andrews, 1903
768
MARY BURGESS, 28
Assisting in the business
(1884-1968)
769
FRANK BURGESS, 19
Storekeeper at paper mill
(1891-1971)
770
GEOFFREY ALFRED ANDREWS, 6
Grandson; scholar
(1904-1966)
Family emigrated to Canada

Holborough Road

Randell C805
WILLIAM CHARLES RANDELL, 58
(1853-1921)
Brakerman, paper mill

806
DRUSILLA RANDELL, 56
(1854- )
807
CAROLINE ETHEL RANDELL, 29
(1882- )
Schoolteacher; cert. Assistant
808
WALTER JAMES RANDELL, 27
(1884-1917)
Labourer and horsekeeper [carting]
809
HERBERT CHARLES RANDELL, 25
(1888- )
Clerk, paper mill

Pelham House, Holborough Road

11cTHilder04810
Tom Hilder, 66
Assistant Overseer and collector
(1845-1927)

811
Ellen Hilder, 66
Wife
(1845-1930)

 

1 Hadleigh Villas, Holborough Road

edgeler EH 1812
Ernest Henry Edgeler, 30
Rate collector’s clerk
(1880-1973)
(Picture 1912)
faithHilder01813
Faith Edgeler, 34
Wife
(1876-1965)
Picture 1897
Edgeler HF814
Hilda Faith Edgeler, 7
(1903-1989)

edgelerG01815
Gerald Ernest Edgeler, 1
(1910-1997)
Picture: 1988

 

 

 

 

4 Hadleigh Villas, Holborough Road

821
Tom Hilder, 36
Rate collector
( )
822
Ellen Hilder, 36
wife
( )
Hilder T 1823
Tom Hilder, 3
( )
Picture 1913

 

Covey Hall Farm, Holborough Road

Thomson A835
ALEXANDER THOMSON, 41
(1870- )
Farmer
Thomson D836
DAISY THOMSON, 42
(1869- )

 

837
BARBARA THOMSON, 12
(1899- )
838
MARGARET THOMSON, 10
(1901-  )
839
HELEN THOMSON, 9
(1902- )
840
ANNIE THOMSON, 7
(1904- )
841
CHRISTINA THOMSON, 6
(1905- )
Thomson M. C, 1988842
MARY THOMSON, 3
(1908- )
843
CATHERINE THOMSON, 1
(1910-2012)

Mary and Catherine Thomson in 1988

844 ALICE COLLINGS, 43, ( ), sister-in-law, Governess

Holborough Road

Draycon R845
HORATIO ROBERT DRAYCON, 42
Builder
(1868-1945)
{Picture c.1906)
846
ELEANOR DRAYCON, 44
( )
847
DOREEN MARION DRAYCON, 8
( )
848
ALFRED ALEXANDER DRAYCON, 6

3 Beaconsfield Terrace = [34] Holborough Road

Wenham J867
James William Wenham, 36
Cement labourer
(1875-1947)
(Picture 1904 Football, vice-captain)
868
Emma Elizabeth Wenham, 42
Wife (nee Dabner)
(1868-1948)
869
Edward James Wenham, 12
(1898- )

3 Dover Terrace, Holborough Road

893
Frederick Payne, 28
Labourer, cement works
( )
894
Rosina Payne, 29
Wife
( )
Payne D895
Daisy Payne, 4
( )
picture: 1913 British Schools

896
Frederick Payne, 2
( )

 

 

6 Dover Terrace, Holborough Road

903
Alfred Cook, 49
Stationary engine man
904
Sarah Ann Elizabeth Cook, 54
Wife
905
Sidney Cook, 23
Loco driver’s mate
906
Bertie Cook, 22
Fitter
907
Beatrice Cook, 20
Daughter
908
Hubert Cook, 17
General labourer
909-grace-ida-cook-1896-1951909
Grace Cook, 10
Daughter
(1896-1951)

Prospect House [74] Holborough Road

paul913
PAUL MULLER, 45
(1864-?)
Engineer

Grandmother Louisa
Grandmother Louisa

 

914
LOUISE MULLER, 39
(1871-1941 )

 

IMG_0016 copy (2015_10_30 05_22_23 UTC)915
MARGUERITE MULLER, 19
(1892-1971 )
Typist

 

Muller F916
FRANK MULLER, 17
(1894- )
Apprentice engineer
Muller Winifred917
WINIFRED MULLER, 13
(1898- c.1980)
918
FREDERICK MULLER, 11
(1900- )
919
ERNEST MULLER, 8
(1903- )
920
SIDNEY MULLER, 6
(1905- )                Muller brothers:

muller brothers
Muller G921
GWENDOLINE MULLER, 3
(1908- )
(British School, 1913)

 

 

 

2 Prospect Place, Holborough Road

943
William Holt, 44
Cement stoker, cement works
944
Sarah Holt, 40
Wife
Holt Ivy945
Ivy Holt, 13
School
1912 picture
British Schools

 

3 Prospect Place, Holborough Road

946
David Alfred Henman, 53
General labourer [furnace stoker]
947
Eliza Henman, 59
Wife
Henman948
Archibald Henman, 22
General labourer
Killed in WWI
(1896-1917)

 

 

 

8 Prospect Place, Holborough Road

967
Henry Atkinson, 66
Cement worker
968
Louisa Atkinson, 58
Wife

969
George Atkinson, 18
Lead wool worker
Atkinsond Edgar970
Edgar Atkinson, 13
School
Picture 1923

 

 

 

Belle Vue Villa, Holborough Road

Gooding, William979
WILLIAM GOODING, 49
Prudential agent
(1861-1939)
980
ELLEN ELIZABETH GOODING, 49
(1862-1927)
981
IRENE ELLEN GOODING, 22
Assistant teacher, Hook School
(1888-)
Gooding S982
STANLEY WILLIAM GOODING, 21
Clerk at cement works
(1889- )
Picture 1916
983
DOROTHY EDITH ALICE GOODING, 16
Assisting in household duties
(1894-1986)
984
MADELEIN VICTORIA GOODING, 13
Scholar, Hook School
(1897- )
Gooding Muriel985
MURIEL CLARINDA CATHERINE GOODING, 11: scholar, Hook School
(1899- )
986
AMOS GOLDING, 26
Railway clerk, SER; boarder
(1885- )

 

6 Covey Hall Place, Holborough Road

988
Elizabeth Wenham, 59
Widow
Wenham Fred2989
Frederick Wenham, 21
Fitter’s labourer

990
Frank Wenham, 19
Lead wool factory hand
991
Charles Wenham, 16
Working in paper mill

2 Covey Hall Place, Holborough Road

1012
Sidney Hole, 33
Labourer, cement works
( )
1013
Jane Hole, 35
Wife
( )
1014
Sidney Hole, 13
scholar
1015
Lilian Hole, 11
scholar
1016
William Hole, 9
1017
Hilda Hole, 6
Hole R1018
Ronald Hole, 4
(1913 British Schools)

1019
Connie Sweetzer, 3
Niece

 

1 Covey Hall Place, Holborough Road

1020
William Hor, 50
Cement labourer
1021
Jane Hor, 51
Wife
1022
George Hor, 17
Cement labourer
Hor1023
Bernard [Thomas] Hor, 14
Lead wool labourer
Killed in WWI
(1897-1917)

 

 

3 Providence Place
1036
John F. Mayger, 74
General labourer
1037-amelia-mayger-1839-1937-nee-moore-pic17oct19291037
Amelia Mayger, 72
wife
(1839-1937)
Picture 17 October 1929

 

 

 

 

8 Providence Place, Holborough Road

Hammond011047
George Hammond, 55
Milk seller
(1856-1934)
1048
Sarah Rebecca Hammond, 52
Wife
(1857-1916)

1 Jessamine Cottages, Holborough Road

1066
James Knott, 43
Lime labourer
1067
Minnie Knott, 43
Wife
Knott G1068
George Edward Knott, 20
Finisher, paper mill
Picture 1923

1069
Jim R. Knott, 18
Out of work
1070
Minnie Knott, 16
At home
1071
Nellie Knott, 12
Scholar
1072
Jack Knott, 10
Scholar
1073
Elsie Knott, 9
Scholar
1074
Sydney Knott, 4
1075
Blanche Bedford, 12
Niece; scholar
1076
Rayden Wingate, 73
Father[-in-law]; engine driver

5 Jessamine Cottages, Holborough Road

1098-charles-george-wallis-1868-19481098
Charles George Wallis, 42
Coal porter (1869-1948)
1099
Ellen Wallis, 42
Wife
1100
Henry Wallis, 24
General labourer, cement works
1101
Alfred Edwin Wallis, 16
Engine boy, cement works
Wallis Frank1102
Frank Albert Wallis, 13
School (Picture 1912)

1103
Lena Margaret Wallis, 9
School
Wallis Fred1104
Frederick Arthur Wallis, 7
School (Picture 1923)

1105
Hettie Minnie Wallis, 5
1106
Jack Wilfred Wallis, 2
1107
Daisy May Wallis, 6 weeks

1 Vine Cottages, Holborough Road

1150
Alfred Fulcher, 44
Cement worker
(1866-1951)
1151
Clara Fulcher, 44
Wife
(1866- )
1152
Albert Fulcher, 11
(1900- )
Fulcher D1153
Dorothy Fulcher, 4
(1907- )

 

 

1 Magnolia Terrace, Holborough Road

1160
George Bennett, 29
Chalk labourer
1161
Frances Bennett, 33
Wife
1162
Irene Bennett, 9
Bennett K1163
Kathleen Bennett, 4
1164 (Picture 1912)
George Bennett, 7
1165
William Bennett, 2

3 Magnolia Terrace, Holborough Road

austin h1168
Henry Austin, 52
Cement labourer
(1858-1942)
1169
Ellen Austin, 46
wife
(1865-1930)

1170
Florence [Eva] Austin, 22
Domestic servant
(1888- )
1171
Reginald Austin, 16
Ruler boy, paper mill
(1895- )
Austin1172
Alfred [William] Austin, 13
Scholar
(1897-1965)
Fought in WWI: awarded Military Medal
Worked at Amalgamated Press Ltd. Gravesend

1173
John [Charles] Austin, 10
(1900- )
1174
Robert Austin, 8
(1902- )

Alma Villa, Holborough Road

Beadle HT1180
Henry Thomas Beadle, 58
Secretary Friendly Society; House Agent
(1852-1914) Killed in road accident
1181
Katherine Beadle, 53
Wife
(1857-1938)
1182
Henry Thomas Beadle, 30
Insurance agent
(1880- )
1183
Kate Adeline Beadle, 27
dressmaker
(1883- )
1184
Florence Mary Beadle, 20
schoolteacher
(1891- )
1185
Gladys Maud Beadle, 18
Stationer’s assistant
(1893- )
1186
Dorothy Emma Beadle, 14
Commercial clerk
(1896- )

6 Mount Pleasant, Holborough Road

Veitch1202
Henry [John] Veitch, 29
General labourer
(1881-1915)
Killed in WWI

1203
Cecilia Veitch [nee Terry], 34
Wife
1204
Louisa Veitch. 6
1205
Cecilia Veitch, 3

5 Holborough Terrace, Holborough Road

Hopper wdt 1Hopper wdt 21253
William Daniel Thomas Hopper, 33
Papermaker’s labourer

1253-jane-hopper-nee-fletcher-1873-19461254
Jane Hopper (nee Fletcher), 37
Wife
1255
William Samuel Thomas Hopper, 9
School
1256
Albert J. Hopper, 8
School

1256-madeline-hopper-1904-19621257
Madeline Hopper, 5
School

1257-edward-thomas-hopper-1908-19671258
Edward Thomas A Hopper, 2

2 Victoria Cottages, Holborough Road

1272
Alfred Crowhurst, 33
Carman
( )
1273
Florence Crowhurst, 33
Wife
( )
1274
Edwin Crowhurst, 9
scholar
1275
Kathleen Crowhurst, 7
scholar
Crowhurst R1276
Richard Crowhurst, 3
1913 British Schools

1277
Cicely Crowhurst, 1

 

1311
William Beadle, 54
Chalk labourer
1312
Mary Ann Beadle, 48
Paper mill worker
1313
Edith Eliza Beadle, 17
Beadle Mona1314
Mona Sarah Beadle, 10
At school
Picture 1912
British Schools
1315
Charles Edward Beadle, 8
1316
Clara Agnes Beadle, 4

12 V ictoria Cottages, Holborough Road

Lipscombe1320
John Lipscombe, 28
Cement works worker
(1883-1917)
Killed in WWI

1321
Annie Lipscombe, 27
wife
1322
John Lipscombe, 6
scholar
Lipscombe K1323
Kathleen Lipscombe, 4
(1907- )
1913, British Schools

1324
Albert Lipscombe, 2
1325
Amos Lipscombe, 2 months

 Holborough Road

Monk AJ 2Monk AJ 11351
Alfred James Monk, 23
Salesman, house furnishers
(1887-1940)
Picture, bowls, c.1933
{Picture, bowls, 1930s,
Working Men’s Club)
eleanor1352
Eleanor Annie Monk, 24
Wife
(1887-1951)

Cecil 11353
Alfred Cecil Monk, 1
(1910-1997)

 

geoffrey 11354
[ Geoffrey] Ewart Monk, under 1 month
(1911-1962)

 

4 Walgrave Cottages, Holborough

Davis G 2Davis G 1[absent from home: bargeman]
George Davis,
(1880-1916)
(Picture 1907)
Picture 1914-16) Died in WWI

1419
Helen Rosina Davis, 25
Wife (nee Matthews)
(1885-1918)
(died of Spanish flu)
420
Rosina Winifred Davis, 4 months
(1910-2002)

 

4 Orchard Cottages, Holborough

1436
LEWIS FREMLIN, 55
Cement miller
(1855-1945)
Worked in a munitions factory
1437
ROSE FREMLIN, 54
Wife
(1857-1939)

fremlinjesse1438
JESSE LEWIS FREMLIN, 27
Lime labourer
(1884- )

1439
WILLIAM JOHN FREMLIN, 26
Cement labourer
(1885-1951)
Served in WWI
1440
ELLEN FREMLIN, 24
Cook domestic
(1887- \0
1441
ELIZABETH FREMLIN, 22
(1889- )
1442
FREDERICK FREMLIN, 20
Cement labourer
(1891-
1443
GEORGE EDWARD FREMLIN, 18
Cement labourer
(1893- 1963)
Served in WWI
fremlinjames1444
JAMES HENRY FREMLIN, 18
Coal labourer
(1893-1915)
Killed in WWI

1445
JOHN ALBERT FREMLIN, 16
Cooper’s labourer
(1895-1942)
Served in WWI
1446
VIOLET FREMLIN, 14
(1897- )
1447
THOMAS FREMLIN, 13
School
(1898-1919)
Worked in a munitions factory
1448
HERBERT FREMLIN, 9
school
(1901- )

10 Orchard Cottages, Holborough

1470
Philip Peters, 52
General labourer
1471-edith-ruth-peters-1889-1980-husband-herbert-richard-hart471
Edith Peters, 22
Domestic [servant]
married Herbert Richard Hart