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Joseph Henry Bailey

Joseph was born in Wolverhampton on 7 July 1894, the son of Henry and Harriet Elisabeth Bailey. In 1901 they were living at 208 Staveley Road, with Joseph’s sisters Emma Elizabeth, Florence and Gertrude, and brothers William Henry, Frederick and Arthur. 187 more words

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German Army Flak Badge

The Flak badge of the Army was instituted on 18/7/41 by the OKH to bring the Army in line with the other two services. Like both the Navy and Luftwaffe award, the… 514 more words

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William Henry Green

William was born in Wolverhampton in 1888, the son of William Frederick and Mary Green. In 1901 they were living at 111 Steelhouse Lane, Wolverhampton, together with William’s sisters Mary, Lizzie and Lily and brothers Tom and Daniel. 118 more words

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Martin Lavelle

Martin was born on 1 July 1879, the son of Martin Lavelle and Bridget Ronan or Rownan, who were living at Back Lane, Stafford Street, Wolverhampton, at the time of his birth. 118 more words

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Harry Male

Harry (christened Henry) was born in Wolverhampton on 6 April 1894, the son of Charles and Eliza Male. By 1901, they were lodging in the home of Mary Doyle at 4 Michael Place, Manchester. 112 more words

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Charles Enderby

Charles was born in Nottingham in 1886 to parents Charles and Hephzibah Enderby. In 1901 he was living at 187 Great Alfred Street, Nottingham, with his parents, sisters Mabel and Dorothy E., and brother Albert William. 276 more words

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James Bert Organ

James was born in Bilston in 1888, christened Alfred John, the son of Frederick George and Mary Ann Organ. By 1911 he was living with his parents and brother Fred at 201 Oxford Street, Bilston, and he operated the slotting machine for a hollowware manufacturer (presumably Joseph Sankeys and Sons). 104 more words

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