Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Biography:
Robert William Street

Robert William Street

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Robert William Street married Anita May née Rolls in St Giles, Oxfordshire in September 1917. Robert gave his age as 31 but by this time he would have been more like 33 and Anita was 18. Robert had signed up for military service in WWI but was not considered fit for foreign service due to poor vision. He served in the UK from 1915 to October 1919. His actual trade, like his father, was in banking. Robert and Anita had two sons, both of whom lost their lives serving in the RAF in WWII:
  • Flying Officer Peter Robert Street, born in St Giles, Oxfordshire (1919-1943)
  • Sergeant Richard Street, born in Berkhamsted (1922-1944)
In May 1928 Robert William Street died, he was buried in Rectory Lane cemetery on 3rd May. At the time the family were living at 109 Gossoms End.
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Robert William Street married Anita May née Rolls in St Giles, Oxfordshire in September 1917. Robert gave his age as 31 but by this time he would have been more like 33 and Anita was 18.

Robert had signed up for military service in WWI but was not considered fit for foreign service due to poor vision. He served in the UK from 1915 to October 1919. His actual trade, like his father, was in banking.

Robert and Anita had two sons, both of whom lost their lives serving in the RAF in WWII:

  • Flying Officer Peter Robert Street, born in St Giles, Oxfordshire (1919-1943)
  • Sergeant Richard Street, born in Berkhamsted (1922-1944)

In May 1928 Robert William Street died, he was buried in Rectory Lane cemetery on 3rd May. At the time the family were living at 109 Gossoms End.

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