Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Biography:
Bernard Potter (infant)

Bernard Potter (infant)

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Eva Potter (nee Hannell) was born on 7th May 1903 in Holliday Street, Berkhamsted. She was the eldest of four children of William and Louisa (nee Kibble, from Buckinghamshire). The Hannell family are from Hemel Hempstead. Eva married Frederick George Potter (born 22nd April 1903 in Bingham Road, Strood, Kent, died 18/3/1962, buried in Kingshill Cemetery), on 24th December 1924, at Berkhamsted register office. In 1939 they lived at 9 George Street, Berkhamsted. They had four children, two daughters, and two sons. One son, Bernard, sadly died in 1930, just a year old and is buried in his own plot in Rectory Lane Cemetery. In the 1939 National Register, Eva is recorded as “invalid – permanent”, and Frederick as a General Labourer HW. Eva died on 5th January 1943, and was survived by her husband until 1962.
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Eva Potter (nee Hannell) was born on 7th May 1903 in Holliday Street, Berkhamsted. She was the eldest of four children of William and Louisa (nee Kibble, from Buckinghamshire). The Hannell family are from Hemel Hempstead.

Eva married Frederick George Potter (born 22nd April 1903 in Bingham Road, Strood, Kent, died 18/3/1962, buried in Kingshill Cemetery), on 24th December 1924, at Berkhamsted register office.

In 1939 they lived at 9 George Street, Berkhamsted. They had four children, two daughters, and two sons. One son, Bernard, sadly died in 1930, just a year old and is buried in his own plot in Rectory Lane Cemetery.

In the 1939 National Register, Eva is recorded as “invalid – permanent”, and Frederick as a General Labourer HW.

Eva died on 5th January 1943, and was survived by her husband until 1962.

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