A Pair of Cherubs on a Cheshire Grave

Posted: August 28, 2014 in Memorials
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In the 1901 Census, Gerald Harry Sydenham is recorded as living in his birthplace, Parkstone, Dorset, where he was a Timber Merchant. His wife, Alice, was born in Frodsham, Cheshire and they married in 1896 at Kensington Register Office in London. He died, leaving an estate of £288, while living in Bonner Road, Victoria Park, Middlesex, so how he ended up in Cheshire I do not know. She later married a builder, James Lea Warburton and died in 1935, aged 65, leaving an estate of £6,249 to her husband.

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