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Edward Hadaway  ( 1887 - 1918 )

parents James Castle & Caroline MARSH
born in Elham 1887
christened in
died in Flanders 1918
buried 09/04/1918 Nine Elms British cemetery Poperinge West-Vlaanderen BELGIUM
grave XIV.B.19
effects
occupation Baker
Biography
   Driver T/330445. 2nd Railway Store Park, Army Service Corps. Kent War Memorials Transcription Project
c1914 WW1 Unit: Reserves Comment: War Memorial Elham DB The Lantern (parish magazine)
Biography

Driver T/330445. 2nd Railway Store Park, Army Service Corps.

Kent War Memorials Transcription Project

c 1914
WW1 Unit: Reserves Comment: War Memorial Elham

DB The Lantern (parish magazine)
Demography
(Elham Parish only)
YearNamePropertyAddressRelationConOccupationAgeBorn  
1911Edward HadawayAbbot's FiresideHigh StreetSonSFarm Labourer23Elham Kent
1901Edward HadawayAbbot's FiresideHigh StreetSonSBaker's Assistant13Elham
1891Edward HadawayAbbot's FiresideHigh StreetSon Scholar3Elham
Relationships
(Calculated from the demography records)
Name Relation GBornPlaceDiedPlaceOccupation
James Castle HadawayFatherM1855Woodnesborough1906Elham 
Caroline MarshMotherF1859Elham1939Elham 
James HadawayBrotherM1877Elham1953ElhamAgricultural Labourer
Henry C HadawayBrotherM1884Elham1935Folkestone 
Percival Edwin RootesBoarderM1886Biddenden Kent1963ElhamGrocer's Assistant
Percy HadawayBrotherM1890Elham1917Winwick, WarringtonPrivate 5th Btn Royal Sussex Regiment
Frank HadawayBrotherM1892Elham1907Elham