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Note for:   Thomas Jones,   ABT 1801 -          Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   coachman


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Note for:   William James Phillips,    -          Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Tinsmith


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Note for:   John Phillips,    -          Index

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     worked all his life in the City at Lloyds.

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Note for:   John Whall,   22 JUL 1882 - 6 NOV 1961         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Fish Salesman/window Cleaner

Individual Note:
     grave no 105636 square 265

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Note for:   Robert Pratt,    -          Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Upholsterer


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Note for:   Sarah ,   1815 -          Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Laundress


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Note for:   Henry Finch,   ABT 1845 -          Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Gardener Domestic


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Note for:   Annie Sedgwick,   ABT 1902 - 7 FEB 1947         Index

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     unmarked grave - no 7958

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Note for:   Florence Naomi Wigzell,   24 MAY 1888 - SEP 1937         Index

Individual Note:
     grave no 105636 square 265

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Note for:   Thomas Sedgwick,    -          Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Bricklayer


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Note for:   Charles James Judd,   18 NOV 1842 - 18 OCT 1894         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Asylum Attendant

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     Worked at the Metropolitan District Asylum for Imbeciles (aka the Caterham Lunatic Asylum for Safe Lunatics and Imbeciles). Also at Friern Barnet Lunatic Asylum.

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Note for:   Elizabeth Susan Bartlett,   14 JUN 1857 -          Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   sewing machinest


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Note for:   Edward Bartlett,   ABT 1820 -          Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   coachman/butler/innkeeper


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Note for:   Richard John Hicks,   18 DEC 1908 - 15 JAN 1994         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Printers Warehouseman

Individual Note:
     cremation
Was a leading fireman with the auxiliary fire service during WWII - at the Fire of London.
Served with the Royal Corps of Signals, landed on D-Day on Gold beach, wounded after 21 days and taken back to Scotland to recover.
Worked as a wrestler known as 'Little Bull'.