Ancestors of CHARLES ALLAN Isaacs

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4. CHARLES ERNEST Henry (Isaacs)

b 87 46 Christian Street
3 in 1991
1901 age11 living with father and stepmother, Ellen plus stepsister, Elizabeth
1907 Clerk 12 Ermine St?
1911 61 Rathbone Road Wavertree Liverpool
1913 dock labourer
See Commonwealth War Graves data
Fought at Festubert in May 1915 alongside Indian troops
Served with Kings Liverpool Regiment 4th Bat Extra Reserve Number 9998 (Regular Army)
4th bat was reformed at Seaforth on 4/8/1914, travelled to Edinburgh then on 6/3/1915 went to France via LeHavre and attached to the Sirhind Bigade
C.H. sent as reinforcement on 20/4/1915
proceeded overseas on 20/4/1915
Killed 19th May 1915
Commemorated at Le Touret Cemetery as "Charles Henry"
married as Charles E Isaacs
1911 with the Scotts..
A t Festubert
The Rt. Hon. Brigadier Sir JOHN SMYTH Bt. VC, MC
Gallantry Awards Victoria Cross 18 May 1915 Richebourg L'Avoué ( Battle of Festubert ), France VC Invested 12 July 1915 - by King George V at Buckingham Palace VC Gazetted [ London Gazette, 29 June 1915 ] Richebourg L'Avoué ( Battle of Festubert ), France, 18th May 1915, Lieutenant John George Smyth, 15th Ludhiana Sikhs, Indian Army. VC Citation "For most conspicuous bravery near Richebourg on 18th May 1915. When a bombing party of ten men, who voluntarily undertook this duty, he conveyed a supply of ninety-six bombs to within twenty yards of the enemy's position, over extremely dangerous ground, after attempts of two other parties had failed. Lieutenant Smyth succeeded in taking the bombs to the desired position with the aid of two of his men ( the other eight having been killed or wounded ), and to effect his purpose he had to swim a stream, being exposed the whole time to howitzer, shrapnel, machine-gun and rifle fire".


5. CHRISTINA Cooke

Godmother Helen/Ellen cooke
freebmd b 1892
Died aged 28 8b605 West Derby
1901 census shows scholar aged 9
1913 not as 1916
1916 as Christina Isaac 151 Spenser St Everton
1917 as Christina Isaac 151 Spenser St Everton
1918 71 Ogwen St but "s" is back with Ellen Houghton (sister)
1920 71 Ogwen St but "s" is back with Ellen Houghton (sister)
aged 21 on 9th Sept 1913, marriage cert (b1891to2 Oct to Sept)
Address 47 Compton St (off Whitefield Rd L6) , Everton (nearest place is now Compton Road)
Occupation: cafe hand
1837 died age 28 in Apr 1920 (West Derby 8b page 605)


6. JOHN Murray

1891 84 Delamore St, aged 5
1901 census (RG13/3467/81/33/196) shows no occupation, aged 15
Living at 84 Delamore Road, Kirkdale, Liverpool
L/Bombardier (A/C) 362975, 30/7/18 RGA 6 Corps
Enlisted 27/10/15, Lancs RFA
Demobilized 16/2/19
Home address 8 Victoria Rd, Tuebrook, Liverpool
died 33 Mospitts Lane, aged 78


7. MARY ELIZABETH Mercer

not 1886 birth (father William, mother Martha place: Sutton) wm was a signalman

1901 49 Crossfield Rd, West Derby, age 24 b st helens servant with sister Julia down as "Messer" and "Merser"
1891 not with m and f
died Easter Sunday (at home) 20/4/30
letter from grandad abt her in sept 1928 puts the date back to 1929+
death cert 8b590 age 50 q2 in 1930, 8b644 Prescott, Mary Elizabeth

Julia and Elizabeth were living at 49 Crosfield Road, Edge Hill in 1901. Head of household was Andrew Woodhead, Drapers' assistant. Nearby Drapers Shop in Durning Road, Draper was Edward Trotter
Girl's occupations were general servant (J) and drapers assistant (E).

1911 from Norma
This is who is with Elizabeth
MAWDSLEY, WILLIAM H M HEAD MARRIED M 51;PRIVATE MEANS PROPERTY;LANCS SOUTHPORT
MAWDSLEY, FRANCES L WIFE MARRIED 18 F 49; CORK BANDON
MERCER, ELIZABETH SERVANT SINGLE F 33;COOK DOMESTIC LANCS ST HELENS
MERCER, ANNIE SERVANT SINGLE F 22;HOUSEMAID DOMESTIC LANCS ST HELENS

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