Section C Households

Constitution Hill

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Frederick George Gammon, 43
Baker
( )

2941
Emma Gammon, 45
Wife
( )
2942
Edith May Gammon, 18
Shop assistant, baker’s business

 

 

Constitution Hill

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John Godding, 63,
cement labourer
2944
Maria Godding, 58
Wife
2945
Ernest Godding, 28
Labourer in clay quarry
2946
Henry Godding, 25
Labourer in clay quarry
2947
Florence Gertrude Godding, 18

[4] Pierson’s Cottages, Constitution Hill

2989
Bert Charles Potter, 34
Labourer, water company
(1876-1914)
Drowned in ‘Aboukir, WWI
2890
Florence Potter, 31
Wife
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Bert Edward Potter, 4
1913 British Schools

2892
Walter Henry Potter, 3
2903
William Percy Potter, 1

 

 

 

12 Tomlin’s Cottages, Birling Road

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Frank Newman, 32
Wood cutter
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Fanny Newman, 31
Wife

 

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Cecil Noel Newman, 10
3063
Ada Newman, 6
3064
Anne Newman, 4
3065
Leonard Newman, 3
[+Blanche, born later in 1911]

2 Birling Road
3078
MARY BRANN, 74
Widow
(1837-1912)
3079
THOMAS STEVENS, 55
No occupation
Son [from previous marriage]
(1857-1912)
3080
SARAH ANN BRANN, 37
Laundry maid
(1874- )
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CHARLES BRANN, 28
Paper mill labourer
(1883-)

3082
GEORGE MANNING, 25
Boarder; cement labourer
( )

 

4 Birling Road

3090
Frederick Henry Harris, 36
Lime labourer
3091
Rose Ann Harris, 34
Wife
harris3092
Frederick Henry Harris, 16
Shaving boy in paper mill

3093
Gladys F Harris, 12
Scholar
3094
Dorothy E Harris, 10
Scholar
3095
Edith M. Harris, 8
Scholar
3096
Eulalie M. Harris, 6
Scholar
3097
Percy J. Harris, 4
Scholar
3098
Frank A Harris, 2

Birling Road

3125
Charles Tyrell, 37
Cement worker
( )
3126
Gertrude Mary Tyrell, 35
wife
3127
Charles Walter Tyrell, 9
scholar
3128
George William Tyrell, 8
3129
Leonard Vernon Tyrell, 7
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Gertrude Mary Tyrell, 4
1913 British Schools

 

 

17 Birling Road

3147
Arthur Coomber, 41
Blacksmith, cement works
3148
Constance Coomber, 41
Wife
3149
Jessie Coomber, 15
3150
Evelyn Coomber, 13
Scholar
coomber-ruby3152
Ruby Coomber, 11
Scholar
Picture 1912
British Schools

 

21 Birling Road

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Amos Alfred Langridge, 26
Cement labourer
Killed in WWI
(1885-1918)

3168
Winifred Langridge, 23
Wife
3169
Frederick Langridge, 3

[12] Birling Road

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Alfred George Davidson
[mariner]
(1863-1921)
3205
Agnes Davidson, 38
Wife
3206-ernest-william-lovett-davidson-1897-19693206
Ernest Davidson, 13
Scholar (pictured)
3207
Elizabeth Davidson, 9
Scholar
2308
John Davidson, 7
Scholar
2309
George Davidson, 5
Scholar
3210
Arthur Davidson, 2

4 Birling Road

3234
Harry Hunt, 31
Labourer, cement factory
3235
Mabel Hunt, 28
wife
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Mabel Hunt, 4
1913 British Schools

 

3 Malling Road

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William Osborn Kite, 53
Shipwright
3253
Emma Jane Kite, 53
Wife
3254
Edith Emily Kite, 29
Niece; dressmaker

22 Malling Road

3286
Frederick C. Simmons, 31
Police constable
3287
Harriett Simmons, 30
Wife
simmons-f3288
Frederick G. Simmons, 9
Scholar
Picture 1923
3289

Richard H. Simmons, 7
Scholar
3290
Charles E. Simmons, 6
Scholar
3291
William J. Simmons, 5
Scholar
3292
Edith N. Simmons, 2

32 Malling Road

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Sidney William Edmonds. 28
Butcher

3310
Kate Rose Edmonds, 29
Wife
3311
Clara Bridges, 43
Sister

 

38 Malling Road

3320
George Harrington, 42
Milkman
3321
Mary Harrington, 49
Wife
harrington3322
George Ewart Harrington, 17
Baker
Awarded Croix Militaire by French Government
3323
Isabel Mary Harrington, 15
3324
William James Victor Harrington, 14
Baker’s boy

Mayatt’s Cottages, Bull Fields

3363-4-stephen-john-hampshire-naomi-nee-wheatley3363
Stephen Hampshire, 35
Police sergeant
(1875-1952) (pictured)
3364
Naomi Hampshire, 35
Wife (pictured)
(1876-1963)
3365
Robert Henry Hampshire, 12
Scholar
3366-irene-may-hampshire-1910-19763366
Irene May Hampshire, 9 months
(1910-1976) (pictured)

Portland Place, Bull Fields

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JOHN HUCKS, 35
Labourer, cement works
(1875-1917)
Killed in WWI
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ANN ELIZA HUCKS, 33
(1877-1924)

3389
VIOLET ANNIE HUCKS, 12
(1899- )
3390
FLORENCE EDITH HUCKS, 10
(1901- )
3391
JOHN HENRY HUCKS, 7
(1904- )
3392
ADA MAUDE HUCKS, 3
(1908- )

20 Portland Place, Bull Fields

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Walter May, 38
Hay trusser and thatcher
3394-esther-may-nee-fever-feavre-1872-19383394
Esther May, 38
Wife
may-walter

 

 

3395
Walter May, 11
Scholar
Picture 1912
British Schools

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Frederick May, 8 (pictured)
won George Medal in WWII
3397
Reginald May, 3

19 Portland Place, Bull Fields

3398
John Richard Bates, 43
Wash mill, cement works
3399
Charlotte Bates, 39
Wife
3400
John Richard Bates, 19
General labourer
3401
Nellie Bates, 18
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Bertram [E] Bates, 16
Apprentice cooper
Killed in WWI

3403
Christopher Bates, 15
Office boy
3404
Lilly Bates, 13
Scholar
3405
Florence Bates, 11
Scholar
3406
Rossaline Bates, 9
3407
Kathleen Bates, 7
3408
Ena Bates, 4
3409
Laurie Bates, 2
3410
Aline Bates, 7 months

18 Portland Place, Bull Fields

3411
Walter Wood, 40
Cement worker
3412
Amelia Alice Wood, 38
Wife
3413
Thomas Henry Wood, 13
Scholar

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Leonard William Wood, 11
Scholar (2 pictures)

3415
Edward Harold Wood, 8
Scholar
3416
Elsie Amelia Wood, 6
Scholar
3417
Walter Stanley Wood, 4
Son
3418
Ruby Agnes Wood, 11 months

7 Portland Place, Bull Fields

3450
Ernest Chappell, 35
General labourer, cement works
3451
Elizabeth Chappell, 36
wife
3452
Stanley Chappell, 7
Scholar
3453
Ida Chappell, 6
Scholar
chappell-i3454
Iris Chappell, 4
1913 British Schools
3455
Dorothy Chappell, 1
3456
Winnie Plummer, 21
3457
Amy Plummer 1
3458
Harry Plummer, 5 months

6 Bull Fields

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Alexander Foreman, 23
Finisher, paper mill
Killed in WWI

3515
Kate Foreman, 23
Wife
3516
Ronald Foreman, 2

[66] Malling Road

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Frederick Charles Butcher, 36
Grocer
(1875-1937)
Picture 1930s
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Blanche Butcher, 36
Wife
(1876-1948)

 

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Cecil Frederick Butcher, 7
(1903-1981)

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Herbert Stanley Butcher, 2
(1908- )

 

 

38 Malling Road

3602
JAMES JOHNSON, 51
(1861-1916)
Cooper, cement works
3603
SOPHIA EMILY JOHNSON, 49
(1862-1931)
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JAMES JOHNSON, 23
(1887-1912)
Engineer, paper mill

3605
GERTRUDE JOHNSON, 7
(1903-)

 

 

1 Hollick’s Cottages, Malling Road

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GEORGE EDWARD PRESCOTT, 50
Cement labourer
(1862-1921)
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FRANCES PRESCOTT, 48
(1866-1935)
prescott

 

 

 

 

 

3614

CHARLES WILLIAM PRESCOTT, 17
Paper maker’s labourer
(1893-1916)
Died of wounds in WWI
3615
DOROTHY DAISY PRESCOTT, 7
(1904-)
3616
GLADYS MARY PRESCOTT, 2
(1908-)
3617
IVY GRACE PRESCOTT, 6
Granddaughter
(1905- )
3618
GEORGE EDWARD PRESCOTT, 84
Father; private means
( )

3 Hollick’s Cottages, Malling Road

3621
Edmund King, 38
Packer, paper mill
3622
Miriam Charlotte King, 36
Wife
3623
Edmund Charles King, 14
Greengrocer’s assistant
king-edith3624
Edith Miriam King, 11
Scholar
Picture 1912
3625
Dorothy Agnes Masters, 10
Boarder: scholar
3626
Thomas Cowen, 38
Visitor: stoker, Royal Navy

4 Stanley Terrace, Malling Road

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Richard Wells, 30
Warehouse man, paper bag factory
(1881- )
(Picture 1904)
3639
Ethel May Wells, 30
Wife
(1881- )

6 Stanley Terrace, Malling Road

3647
Valentine Patterson, 29
Dryerman
( )
3648
Minnie E. Patterson,
Wife
( )
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Kezia R. Patterson, 4
( )

 

 

Stanley Terrace, Malling Road

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Christian Pries, 40
Fitter’s labourer, cement works
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Charlotte Pries, 40
Wife

3659
Ellen Pries, 14
3660
Adolphe Pries, 4

2 Gerda Villas, Malling Road

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Frank Orlando Peck, 29
Plumber
(1880-1959)
(Picture 1904)
3670
Minnie Maud Peck, 28
Wife
(1883-1941)
3671
Winifred Maud Peck, 3
(1907- )
3672
Laura Marjorie Peck, 1
(1909- )
3673
Thomas Barden, 53
Carter; Father-in-law
(1857-1932)
3674
George Thomas Barden, 18
Cement labourer; brother-in-law
(1892- )
Seaman in WWI

4 Gerda Villas, Malling Road

3680
RICHARD JOHN ATTWOOD, 40
Labourer, lime works
(1870-1917)
3681
ELLEN ATTWOOD, 40
Wife
(1867-1931)
attwood3682
COULSTON CHARLES ATTWOOD, 18
Adopted son
Labourer, cement works
(1893-1915)
Died of wounds WWI

 

 

Myrtle Villas, Malling Road

3688
Edwin James Atkins, 43
Crane driver, cement works
(1863- )
3689
Sarah Ann Atkins, 42
Wife
(1867- )
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Albert Edwin Atkins, 18
Cement labourer
(1893- )
3691
Ivy Kathleen Atkins, 16
(1895- )

3692
Arthur Ernest Atkins, 13
(1898- )
3693
Ethel Atkins, 10
(1901- )
3694
Ellen Elizabeth Atkins, 75
Mother; widow
(1836-1912)

[6] Penrhyn Terrace, [148] Malling Road

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Sidney [Charles] Smith, 36
Insurance agent
(1875-1954)
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Hilda Smith, 31
Wife
(1880-1949)
(Picture 1900)
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Winifred Smith, 9
Scholar
(1902-1965)

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Mildred Smith, 3
(1907-1991)

 

 

 

2 Albion Villas

3739
William Hopper, 60
Signalman
3740
Rodney Philip Hopper, 19
General labourer
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Maud Agnes Hopper, 29
Daughter (pictured)
(1881-1972)
3742
Ida Maynard, visitor, 22

3 Albion Villas, Malling Road

3743-frank-william-davis-1854-19273743
FRANK DAVIS, 56
Paper maker
(1855-1927)

3744-sarah-davis-nee-stiles-1856-19303744-sarah-davis-nee-stiles-1856-1930-23744
SARAH DAVIS, 55
(1856-1930) (pictured)
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FRANK HEDLEY DAVIS, 25
Stoker’s assistant, paper mill
(1886- )

3746
WILLIAM J E DAVIS, 30
Gear attendant, paper mill
(1880- )
3747
HARRIET A DAVIS, 30
Daughter-in-law
(1881- )
3748
CYRIL THOMAS DAVIS, 4
Grandson
(1907- )
3749
ROWLAND FRANK JOHN DAVIS, 2
Grandson
(1909- )

3 Linden Place/Villas, Malling Road

3762
Amos Putt, 71
Army pensioner
(1840-1915)
3763
Mary Ann Putt, 56
wife
(1855-1929)
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Lillian Alice Maud Putt, 33
Headmistress
(Infant Dept., Brook Street)
(1878-1932)

 

 

 

Edina, Malling Road

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William Robinson Hodgkinson, 55
Schoolmaster (elementary)

3772
Violet Constance Hodgkinson, 23
School teacher (not in employment)
3773
Florence Jennie Hodgkinson, 22
Housekeeper for father
3774
Barbara Jane Hodgkinson, 4
Granddaughter

Kirtonia, Malling Road

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William Edward Clegg, 42
Second master [Hook School]
Widower
(1869- 1944)
(1902)
3776
Clara Jane Clegg, 36
Niece
(1875- )
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George Haywood Clegg, 25
Nephew
(1886- )
(picture 1902)

Delhi, Malling Road

3821
Albert Tong, 44
Blacksmith
3822
Louisa Tong, 42
Wife
3823
Albert E. R. Tong, 16
Blacksmith
tong-rosalind3824
Rosalind Tong, 11
Picture 1912
British Schools
3825
Evelyn Beatrice Tong, 6
3826
Cynthia Saunders, 4
visitor

St Katherine’s, [216] Malling Road

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ARCHIBALD WILLIAM WOODBURN, 50
Company secretary, paper mill
(1858- )
3828
ELIZA WOODBURN, 85
Mother
(1825-1911)
3829
ELIZA WOODBURN, 51
Sister
(1857-)
3830
ETHEL BROWN, 25
Servant; cook
(1886- )
3831
ETHEL HOLLIS, 18
Housemaid
(1893- )
3832
MARGARET HUTTON, 38
Sick nurse
(1873- )

St Katherine’s Lane

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William James Fullman, 48
Lime burner
3834
Maryann Fullman, 46
Wife
3835
Thomas Fletcher Fullman, 19
House painter
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Stanley George Fullman, 14
Paper cutter boy
(1896-1915)
Killed in WWI
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Cicely Mary Fullman, 11
Scholar
Picture 1912
British Schools
3838
Bessie Ella Fullman, 9
Scholar
fullman-k-13839
Kathleen Annie Fullman, 4
c.1930 picture

3840
Edward Martin, 65
Chalk and lime loader; boarder

1 Bramley Road

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FREDERICK SAMUEL SNOAD, 35
Cement labourer
(1875-1950)
3842
MERCY LYDIA FLORENCE SNOAD, 30
Wife
(1881-1926)

3843
FLORENCE MERCY SNOAD, 5
(1906- )
3844
FREDERICK SNOAD, 2
(1908-)
3845
EDWARD SNOAD, 11m
(1910- )

3 Bramley Road

3848
Walter Shirley, 43
cooper
49
Alice Shirley, 43
Wife
3850
Alice Shirley, 17
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Robert Shirley, 4

 

5 Bramley Villas, Bramley Road

3896
Walter Richardson, 37
Labourer, cement works
3897
Cordelia Richardson, 36
Wife
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Cordelia Richardson, 11
Scholar
3899
Eva Richardson, 9
Scholar
3900
Hannah Richardson, 7
Scholar
3901
Edith Richardson. 2

Nelson Villa, Bramley Road

3873-joseph-charles-smallman-1856-1919  3874
Joseph Charles Smallman, 56
Foreman, turps factory
3874-isabella-smallman-nee-waghorn-1853-19293875
Isabella Smallman
Wife
3876
Nellie Smallman, 16
Apprentice dressmaker

3876-matilda-smallman-1896-19933877
Matilda Smallman, 14
scholar (pictured)

 

 

 

Bramley Road

3920
JOHN HODGES, 62
Labourer, cement works
(1846-1924)
3921
HANNAH ‘KATE’ HODGES, 55
Wife
(1855-1932)
3922
WILLIAM HODGES, 30
Labourer, cement works
(1879- )
3923
WALTER HODGES, 26
Furnace stoker, cement works
(1884- )
3924
MINNIE HODGES, 24
Clerk, co-operative stores
(1887- )
3925
HENRY HODGES, 17
Apprentice watchmaker
(1893- )
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EDWARD HODGES, 13
School and errand boy
(1896-1916)
WWI casualty

 

 

6 Parkestone Terrace, Bramley Road

3947
William Lambeth, 58
Cement cooper
3948
Caroline Lambeth, 55
Wife
lambeth3949
George [Edward] Lambeth, 16
Junior clerk
Killed in WWI
(1895-1917)
3950
Sydney Lambeth, 14
School; newsboy

7 Parkestone Terrace, Bramley Road

3951
Albert Ernest Dale, 37
Plasterer
3952
Annie Dale, 34
dale3953
Albert Ernest [B] Dale, 12
Scholar
3954
Ruby Violet Dale, 9
Scholar
3955
Ronald Frederick Dale, 5

8 Parkstone Terrace, Bramley Road

3956-george-filmer-1879-19193956
George Filmer, 31
Waterman (pictured)
3957
Rose Filmer, 28
Wife
3958
George Filmer, 7
3959
Herbert Filmer, 2

4 Victoria Terrace, Bramley Road [Recreation Avenue]

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ROWLAND ALFRED DRAYCON, 45
House carpenter
(1868-1949)
4127
MARY DRAYCON, 44
(1867-1920)

Birling Road [Groves]

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GEORGE LARKIN, 29
( )
Paper packer, paper mill

4182
FRANCES LARKIN, 32
( )
4183
PANSIE LARKIN, 1 month
( )