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Alfred Foxley
Adcock

Alfred was born in 1888 in Leicester and baptised on 4.12.1889 at St. Matthew’s Church, Leicester. His parents were Alfred Adcock, a commercial traveler, and Sarah Ann (Foxley). He was one of 5 known children –

Alfred Foxley 1888

Eveline Maud 1889

Dorothy Constance 1892

Frank Wilson 1894

Florence Blanche 1895

In 1891 census the family lived at 12 Cobden St., Leicester and in 1901 census they were at 2 Flint St.

In 1902, when Alfred was 14, his mother died and a year later, 1903, his father married Ellen Jane Hart. They had a daughter, Doris Margaret, in 1906.

In 1911 they lived at 243 Humberstone Rd. and Alfred Foxley Adcock, aged 22, was employed as a warehouseman.

Alfred enlisted on 22.11.1915, aged 27, as Private 23319 in 10th Leicestershire Regiment. He later became Private 30626 in the Machine Gun Corps.

He was killed in action on 11.9.1916 in France and Flanders and is on the Thiepval Memorial (Pier & Face 5c&12c).

He was awarded the British War Medal and the Victory Medal.

Alfred’s photograph is in Daily Post 29.9.1916.

1891 
– 1917
Andrew Frank
Addison

Andrew was born in 1891 in Barrow-upon-Soar and was baptised on 1.3.1891 at St. Saviour’s Church, Leicester. His parents were George Addison, a tailor, and Louisa (nee Smith). He was one of ten children –

Agnes Louise Marion 1879
Ethel Florence 1880
George Frederick 1882
Archibald Henry 1884
Harold Arthur 1887
Leonard Phillip 1889
Andrew Frank 1891
Albert Edward 1893
Harry Sidney 1897
Ralph 1901

In the 1891 census the family lived in Mornington St, Leicester. In the 1901 census they were at 16 St. Saviours Rd.
In the 1911 census they lived at 10 Lancaster Rd.

Andrew was Corporal 25417 in the 1st Battalion of the Leicestershire Regiment. He was killed in action on 27.1.1917 in France and Flanders and buried in Vermelles British cemetery. He is also commemorated on the family grave in Welford Rd. cemetery, Leicester (cons D 226) and at St. Margaret’s church.

The war diary for 27.1.1917 records that the Battalion relieved the 2nd Sherwood Foresters in the front line, the relief being completed by
11.30 pm. The dispositions were Right A Company, Centre B Company, Left C Company, Support D Company. -?- activity at gaps in enemy wire opposite N&S Craters which gaps our Lewis guns swept at night. Enemy extremely quiet. At 8.15 pm Operational Order number 133 received with further details of the raid. Casualities, 2 other ranks of C Company wounded.

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1900 
– 1920
Albert M
Albertly

Arthur Allen, born in 1870 was a Shoe Laster, married Sarah Matilda Willson in July 1889, the couple lived at 303 Avenue Road Extension, Clarendon Park. By the 1911 census the couple had 11 children all living at home.

 

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Their oldest son, Herbert, born in 1890, he joined the Royal Horse & Field Artillery 176th Brigade in June 1915 and later posted to France. He survived the war and was eventually transferred to the Army Reserves in May 1919. He married Mabel English in 1922.

Their second son, Arthur, born in 1896 and was their 4th child, was on the troop ship HMT Royal Edward which embarked on 28th July 1915 with 1367 officers and men aboard, it was heading for Moudros on the Island of Lemnos which was the staging point for the Dardanelles. On the 13th August they passed the Hospital Ship Soudan, the German Submarine UB-14 which was off the Island of Kandeloussa saw both ships. It allowed the Soudan to pass and launched a torpedo which hit the Royal Edward in the Stern, it sunk within 6 minutes.

Although figures very it is believed that 864 lives were lost and at least 661 were rescued. The death toll was high as they had just completed a boat drill and a majority of the men were below decks re-stowing their equipment.

On 5th September 1915 the War Office Casualty List stated that Arthur was missing, believed drowned as a result of the loss of HMT Royal Edward, he was aged 20. The Helles memorial in Turkey, includes panels for those lost at sea from the Troopship sunk off Gallipoli. He is also listed on the Clarendon Park Congregational Church War Memorial.

Arthur and Sarah’s third son, and their 6th child, Lawrence born in 1900 was Killed in Action on 11th July 1918 aged 18. He is buried at Houchin British Cemetery in France and his inscription reads ‘He Sacrificed His Life For Others Gone But Not Forgotten Father and Mother’.

1885 
– 1914
Arthur
Allcroft

Arthur left school aged 12 on 7th October 1898. He is the son of George Allcroft & Eliza(beth) Withington.

 

1891 Census Thornton Lane, Leicester,

George AllcroftHead MarriedMale 45 1846- Shoe Finisher

Elizabeth AllcroftWifeMarriedFemale 43 1848 – –

Agnes JAllcroftDaughter SingleFemale 14 1877 Leicester, Cigar Makers Assistant

Alice EAllcroftDaughter SingleFemale 13 1878 Leicester, Cigar Makers Assistant

George W Allcroft Son – Male  10 1881 – Scholar

Florence AllcroftDaughter- Female 9 1882 – Scholar

ArthurAllcroftSon – Male 6 1885 – Scholar

Fredrick Allcroft Son – Male 3 1888 –

 

1901 Census 69, Richmond Road, Leicester,

George Allcroft Head Married Male 54 1847 Leicester, Shoe Operative

Eliza Allcroft Wife Married Female 53 1848 Birmingham, Wks

Agnes Allcroft Daughter Single  Female 24 1877 Leicester, Cigar Maker

Alice Allcroft Daughter Single  Female 23 1878 Leicester, Clerk

George Allcroft Son Single Male 20 1881 Leicester, Porter

Florence AllcroftDaug Single  Female19 1882 Leicester, Shoe Operative

ArthurAllcroft Son Single Male 16 1885 Leicester, Bookkeeper

Frederick Allcroft Son Single Male 13 1888 Leicester,

WilliamWithington Visitor Single  Male 48 1853 Birmingham, Wks,Painter

 

1911 Census 3 Erith Road Leicester, Leicestershire,

George Allcroft Head Married Male 65 1846 Fish Salesman Leicester

Elizabeth Allcroft Wife Married Female 63 1848 – Birmingham Wks

Alice Allcroft Daughter Single Female 33 1878 Shoe Operative Leicester

Florence Allcroft Daughter Single Female 29 1882 Shoe Operative Leicester

George Allcroft Son Single Male 30 1881 Gas Stoker Leicester

Arthur Allcroft Son Single Male 26 1885 Rubber Hand Leicester

Fred Allcroft Son Single Male 23 1888 Trimmer Hosiery Leicester

 

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– 1914
Arthur
Allcroft

Arthur left school aged 12 on 7th October 1898

He is the son of George Allcroft & Eliza(beth) Withington

1891 Census Thornton Lane, Leicester,

George AllcroftHead MarriedMale 45 1846- Shoe Finisher

Elizabeth AllcroftWifeMarriedFemale 43 1848 – –

Agnes JAllcroftDaughter SingleFemale 14 1877 Leicester, Cigar Makers Assistant

Alice EAllcroftDaughter SingleFemale 13 1878 Leicester, Cigar Makers Assistant

George W Allcroft Son – Male  10 1881 – Scholar

Florence AllcroftDaughter- Female 9 1882 – Scholar

ArthurAllcroftSon – Male 6 1885 – Scholar

Fredrick Allcroft Son – Male 3 1888 –

1901 Census 69, Richmond Road, Leicester,

George Allcroft Head Married Male 54 1847 Leicester, Shoe Operative

Eliza Allcroft Wife Married Female 53 1848 Birmingham, Wks

Agnes Allcroft Daughter Single  Female 24 1877 Leicester, Cigar Maker

Alice Allcroft Daughter Single  Female 23 1878 Leicester, Clerk

George Allcroft Son Single Male 20 1881 Leicester, Porter

Florence AllcroftDaug Single  Female19 1882 Leicester, Shoe Operative

ArthurAllcroft Son Single Male 16 1885 Leicester, Bookkeeper

Frederick Allcroft Son Single Male 13 1888 Leicester,

WilliamWithington Visitor Single  Male 48 1853 Birmingham, Wks,Painter

1911 Census 3 Erith Road Leicester, Leicestershire,

George Allcroft Head Married Male 65 1846 Fish Salesman Leicester

Elizabeth Allcroft Wife Married Female 63 1848 – Birmingham Wks

Alice Allcroft Daughter Single Female 33 1878 Shoe Operative Leicester

Florence Allcroft Daughter Single Female 29 1882 Shoe Operative Leicester

George Allcroft Son Single Male 30 1881 Gas Stoker Leicester

Arthur Allcroft Son Single Male 26 1885 Rubber Hand Leicester

Fred Allcroft Son Single Male 23 1888 Trimmer Hosiery Leicester

My thanks to Douglas Johnstone for his help with this soldier

Date of Death: 28/10/1914

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1896 
– 1915
Arthur
Allen

Arthur Allen, born in 1870 was a Shoe Laster, married Sarah Matilda Willson in July 1889, the couple lived at 303 Avenue Road Extension, Clarendon Park. By the 1911 census the couple had 11 children all living at home.

Their oldest son, Herbert, born in 1890, he joined the Royal Horse & Field Artillery 176th Brigade in June 1915 and later posted to France. He survived the war and was eventually transferred to the Army Reserves in May 1919. He married Mabel English in 1922.

Their second son, Arthur, born in 1896 and was their 4th child, was on the troop ship HMT Royal Edward which embarked on 28th July 1915 with 1367 officers and men aboard, it was heading for Moudros on the Island of Lemnos which was the staging point for the Dardanelles. On the 13th August they passed the Hospital Ship Soudan, the German Submarine UB-14 which was off the Island of Kandeloussa saw both ships. It allowed the Soudan to pass and launched a torpedo which hit the Royal Edward in the Stern, it sunk within 6 minutes.

Although figures very it is believed that 864 lives were lost and at least 661 were rescued. The death toll was high as they had just completed a boat drill and a majority of the men were below decks re-stowing their equipment.

On 5th September 1915 the War Office Casualty List stated that Arthur was missing, believed drowned as a result of the loss of HMT Royal Edward, he was aged 20. The Helles memorial in Turkey, includes panels for those lost at sea from the Troopship sunk off Gallipoli. He is also listed on the Clarendon Park Congregational Church War Memorial.

Arthur and Sarah’s third son, and their 6th child, Lawrence born in 1900 was Killed in Action on 11th July 1918 aged 18. He is buried at Houchin British Cemetery in France and his inscription reads ‘He Sacrificed His Life For Others Gone But Not Forgotten Father and Mother’.

1897 
– 1916
Harry
Allen

Baptised 25 Feb 1897 at Leicester, St Paul’s the son of Charles Samuel Allen & Kate Thacker they married at St Pauls Church on 27th December 1891.

His mother died in 1904 aged 33 and is buried in Knighton Churchyard Charles Samuel remarried to Edith Lount in 1908 and in 1920 Electoral Registers the family are at 86, Lorne Rd., Clarendon Park, Leicester.

 

1901 Census 237, Avenue Road Extension, Leicester,

Charles Samuel Allen Head Married Male311870Leicester, Shoe Finisher

Kate Allen   Wife Married  Female 29 1872 Leicestershire,

John Rose Allen Son   Male 8 1893 Leicestershire,

Samuel P Allen Son   Male 5 1896 Leicestershire,

Harry Allen  Son   Male 4 1897 Leicestershire,

Walter Edmund Allen Son  Male 2 1899 Leicestershire,

Gertrude Emma Allen Daug  Female 0 1901 Leicestershire,

 

1911 census for:  237 Avenue Road Extension Leicester

ALLEN, Charles Samuel Head Married  M 41 1870 Shoe Hand Finisher Leicester

ALLEN, Edith Wife Married 3 years  F 24 1887  Leicester

ALLEN, John Rose Son Single  M 18 1893 Shoe Hand Riveter Leicester

ALLEN, Samuel Purvur Son Single  M 16 1895 Shoe Hand Clicker Leicester

ALLEN, Harry Son   M 14 1897 Wool Washer Hosiery Leicester

ALLEN, Walter Edmund Son   M 12 1899 School Leicester

ALLEN, Gertrude Emma Daughter   F 10 1901 School Leicester

ALLEN, Beatrice Violet Daughter   F 9 1902 School Leicester

 

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– 1914
Harry
Allen

Baptised 25 Feb 1897 at Leicester, St Paul’s the son of

Charles Samuel Allen&Kate Thacker they married at

St Pauls Church on 27th December 1891

His mother died in 1904 aged 33 and is buried in Knighton Churchyard

Charles Samuel remarried to Edith Lount in 1908 and in 1920 Electoral Registers the family are at 86, Lorne Rd., Clarendon Park, Leicester.

1901 Census 237, Avenue Road Extension, Leicester,

Charles Samuel Allen Head Married Male311870Leicester, Shoe Finisher

Kate Allen   Wife Married  Female 29 1872 Leicestershire,

John Rose Allen Son   Male 8 1893 Leicestershire,

Samuel P Allen Son   Male 5 1896 Leicestershire,

Harry Allen      Son   Male 4 1897 Leicestershire,

Walter Edmund Allen Son  Male 2 1899 Leicestershire,

Gertrude Emma Allen Daug        Female 0 1901 Leicestershire,

1911 census for:  237 Avenue Road Extension Leicester

ALLEN, Charles Samuel Head Married  M 41 1870 Shoe Hand Finisher Leicester

ALLEN, Edith Wife Married 3 years  F 24 1887  Leicester

ALLEN, John Rose Son Single  M 18 1893 Shoe Hand Riveter Leicester

ALLEN, Samuel Purvur Son Single  M 16 1895 Shoe Hand Clicker Leicester

ALLEN, Harry Son   M 14 1897 Wool Washer Hosiery Leicester

ALLEN, Walter Edmund Son   M 12 1899 School Leicester

ALLEN, Gertrude Emma Daughter   F 10 1901 School Leicester

ALLEN, Beatrice Violet Daughter   F 9 1902 School Leicester

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1895 
– 1918
Harry Bertrand
Allen

Harry was born in 1895 in Leicester to Harry Benjamin Allen, a railway goods checker, and Charlotte (nee Bowns). He was one of eleven children –

Horace William 1891
Beatrice May 1893
Florence Emily 1894
Harry Bertrand 1895
Harold James 1897
Charlotte Amelia 1898
Charles Edward 1900
Amy Elizabeth 1902
Gladys Gertrude 1903
Grace Evelyn 1905
Reginald John 1906

In the 1901 census the family lived at 214 Green Lane Rd., Leicester and in the 1911 census they were at 53 Shenton St.

Harry was Lance Corporal 14451 in the 9th Leicestershire Regiment and later became Lance Corporal 36295 in the 7th Leicestershire Regiment.
He died of his wounds on 28.3.1918, aged 23, when his regiment was at Heilly in support of the 3rd Australian Division but we do not know when he was wounded.
He is buried at Le Cateau Military Cemetery in France. Grave ref:V.A.6

1900 
– 1918
Laurence
Allen

Arthur Allen, born in 1870 was a Shoe Laster, married Sarah Matilda Willson in July 1889, the couple lived at 303 Avenue Road Extension, Clarendon Park. By the 1911 census the couple had 11 children all living at home.

Their oldest son, Herbert, born in 1890, he joined the Royal Horse & Field Artillery 176th Brigade in June 1915 and later posted to France. He survived the war and was eventually transferred to the Army Reserves in May 1919. He married Mabel English in 1922.

Their second son, Arthur, born in 1896 and was their 4th child, was on the troop ship HMT Royal Edward which embarked on 28th July 1915 with 1367 officers and men aboard, it was heading for Moudros on the Island of Lemnos which was the staging point for the Dardanelles. On the 13th August they passed the Hospital Ship Soudan, the German Submarine UB-14 which was off the Island of Kandeloussa saw both ships. It allowed the Soudan to pass and launched a torpedo which hit the Royal Edward in the Stern, it sunk within 6 minutes.

Although figures very it is believed that 864 lives were lost and at least 661 were rescued. The death toll was high as they had just completed a boat drill and a majority of the men were below decks re-stowing their equipment.

On 5th September 1915 the War Office Casualty List stated that Arthur was missing, believed drowned as a result of the loss of HMT Royal Edward, he was aged 20. The Helles memorial in Turkey, includes panels for those lost at sea from the Troopship sunk off Gallipoli. He is also listed on the Clarendon Park Congregational Church War Memorial.

Arthur and Sarah’s third son, and their 6th child, Lawrence born in 1900 was Killed in Action on 11th July 1918 aged 18. He is buried at Houchin British Cemetery in France and his inscription reads ‘He Sacrificed His Life For Others Gone But Not Forgotten Father and Mother’.

1894 
– 1917
Percy Thomas
Allen

Son of Thomas and Matilda Allen, of 36, Grace Rd., Aylestone Park, Leicester.Thomas Allen & Matilda Ironmonger were married in Huntingdon in 1891

 

1901 Census 8, Harold Street, Leicester,

Thomas Allen Head Married Male 401861Wymondham, Leics.  Stoker At Gas Works

MatildaAllen Wife MarriedFemale 34 1867Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire,

Ethel LAllen Daughter SingleFemale9 1892 Leicestershire,

Percy TAllen Son Single Male 7 1894 Leicestershire,

JohnWAllen Son Single Male 5 1896 Leicestershire,

Lucy J Allen Daughter SingleFemale4 1897 Leicestershire,

Frederick AllenSon Single Male 1 1900 Leicestershire,

1911 census:  36 Grace Road Leicester

ALLEN, Thomas Head Married M 50 1861 Gas Stoker Wymondham Rutlandshire

ALLEN, Matilda Wife Married20 years F 45 1866 Godmanchester Huntingdonshire

ALLEN, Ethel Lydia Daughter SingleF 19 1892 Machinist Corsets Leicester Leicestershire

ALLEN, Percy Thomas Son SingleM 17 1894 Preparing Shoe Trade Leicester Leicestershire

ALLEN, John William Son SingleM 15 1896 Solutioning Shoe Trade Leicester Leicestershire

ALLEN, Lucy Ivy DaughterF 14 1897 Buttoner Hosiery Leicester Leicestershire

ALLEN, Frederick Alfred SonM 11 1900  Leicester Leicestershire

ALLEN, Arthur Herbert SonM 9 1902  Leicester Leicestershire

ALLEN, Charles Henry Son M 7 1904  Leicester Leicestershire

ALLEN, George Edward Son M 4 1907  Leicester Leicestershire

 

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Godewaersvelde British Cemetery

– 1916
Percy Thomas
Allen

Son of Thomas and Matilda Allen, of 36, Grace Rd., Aylestone Park, Leicester.Thomas Allen & Matilda Ironmonger were married in Huntingdon in 1891

1901 Census 8, Harold Street, Leicester,

Thomas Allen Head Married Male 401861Wymondham, Leics.  Stoker At Gas Works

MatildaAllen Wife MarriedFemale 34 1867Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire,

Ethel LAllen Daughter SingleFemale9 1892 Leicestershire,

Percy TAllen Son Single Male 7 1894 Leicestershire,

JohnWAllen Son Single Male 5 1896 Leicestershire,

Lucy J Allen Daughter SingleFemale4 1897 Leicestershire,

Frederick AllenSon Single Male 1 1900 Leicestershire,

1911 census:  36 Grace Road Leicester

ALLEN, Thomas Head Married M 50 1861 Gas Stoker Wymondham Rutlandshire

ALLEN, Matilda Wife Married20 years F 45 1866 Godmanchester Huntingdonshire

ALLEN, Ethel Lydia Daughter SingleF 19 1892 Machinist Corsets Leicester Leicestershire

ALLEN, Percy Thomas Son SingleM 17 1894 Preparing Shoe Trade Leicester Leicestershire

ALLEN, John William Son SingleM 15 1896 Solutioning Shoe Trade Leicester Leicestershire

ALLEN, Lucy Ivy DaughterF 14 1897 Buttoner Hosiery Leicester Leicestershire

ALLEN, Frederick Alfred SonM 11 1900  Leicester Leicestershire

ALLEN, Arthur Herbert SonM 9 1902  Leicester Leicestershire

ALLEN, Charles Henry Son M 7 1904  Leicester Leicestershire

ALLEN, George Edward Son M 4 1907  Leicester Leicestershire

 

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Godewaersvelde British Cemetery

1899 
– 1918
Reginald George
Allen

Baptism 30th April 1899 at St Paul’s Church (74 Warwick Street) and his parents were also married there. Son of George William and Florence Allen, of 146, Knighton Lane, Leicester.Absent voters 1918 December have his address as Knighton Lane.

 

1901 Census 159, Filbert Street, Leicester,

George Wm Allen Head Married Male 27 1874 Leicestershire, Tailors Cutter

Florence Allen Wife Married Female 25 1876 Leicestershire, –

Reginald Geo Allen Son –  Male 2 1899 Leicestershire, –

 

1911 census transcription details for:  60 Lansdowne Road Leicester

ALLEN, George William Head Married  M 37 1874 Tailor’s Cutter Leicestershire Leicester

ALLEN, Florence Wife Married14 years  F 35 1876  Leicestershire Leicester

ALLEN, Reginald George Son   M 12 1899  Leicestershire Leicester

ALLEN, Hubert Stanley Son   M 1 1910  Leicestershire Leicester

ALLEN, Margaret Kate Daughter   F 0 (4 MONTHS) 1911  Leicestershire Leicester

 

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PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

 

– 1918
Reginald George
Allen

Baptism 30th April 1899 at St Paul’s Church (74 Warwick Street) and his parents were also married there

Son of George William and Florence Allen, of 146, Knighton Lane, Leicester.Absent voters 1918 December have his address as Knighton Lane

1901 Census 159, Filbert Street, Leicester,

George Wm Allen Head Married Male 27 1874 Leicestershire, Tailors Cutter

Florence Allen Wife Married Female 25 1876 Leicestershire, –

Reginald Geo Allen Son –  Male 2 1899 Leicestershire, –

1911 census transcription details for:  60 Lansdowne Road Leicester

ALLEN, George William Head Married  M 37 1874 Tailor’s Cutter Leicestershire Leicester

ALLEN, Florence Wife Married14 years  F 35 1876  Leicestershire Leicester

ALLEN, Reginald George Son   M 12 1899  Leicestershire Leicester

ALLEN, Hubert Stanley Son   M 1 1910  Leicestershire Leicester

ALLEN, Margaret Kate Daughter   F 0 (4 MONTHS) 1911  Leicestershire Leicester

Panel 2.

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

1886 
– 1917
Robert Henry
Allen

Born in 1886 – Robert left Granby Road School on 21st July 1899 age 13he married Alice Horsley 8th April 1912 at St James, Aylestone Park – they had sons, William H 1912,& Robert H 1915.

Husband of Alice Pitts (formerly Allen), of 22, Harold St., Aylestone Park, LeicesterAlice Allen married Coleman Pitts on 16th August 1919 at St James AylPk.

 

1891 Census Thomas Street, Leicester,

Robert Allen Head MarriedMale 29 1862 – Gas Stoker

Sary E Allen Wife MarriedFemale28 1863 Leicestershire, Stay Maker

Robert HyAllenSon Single Male 4 1887 Leicestershire,Scholar

A Emily Allen Daughter – Female0 1891 Leicestershire, –

 

1901 Census 9, Milligan Road, Leicester,

Robert Allen Head Married Male 39 1862 Wymondham, Leicestershire, Gas Labourer

Elizabeth Allen Wife Married Female 38 1863 Hose, Leicestershire,

Robert H Allen Son Single Male 14 1887 Leicestershire, Box Hand Cigar

Agnes E Allen Daughter Single Female 10 1891 Leicestershire,

Thomas H Allen Son Single Male 7 1894 Leicestershire,

Lucy M Allen Daughter Single Female 4 1897 Leicestershire,

Blanch H Allen Daughter Single Female 0 1901 Leicestershire,

Henry Smith Brother-In-Law Widower Male 58 1843 Hose, Leicestershire, Errands

 

1911 Census 23 Duns Lane Leicester,

Robert Allen Husband Married Male 52 1859 Wymondham Leics. Newsagent

Sarah Elizth Allen Wife Married Female 50 1861 Hose Leics.

Robert Henry Allen Son Single Male 24 1887 Leicester  Shoe Finisher

Agnes Amelia Emily Allen DaughterMarriedFemale 20 1891 Leicester Hat And Cap Maker

Thomas Harold Allen Son Single Male 17 1894 Leicester  Bakers Vanman

Lucy May Allen Daughter – Female 14 1897 Leicester  Hosiery Warehouse Mender

Blanche Hilda Allen Daughter – Female 10 1901 Leicester  School Girl

Doris Winifred Allen Daughter – Female 7 1904 Leicester  –

 

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AMARA WAR CEMETERY