Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Biography:
William Dean
d. 08/09/1916

William was the third of five children born to Herbert and Amy Dean, nee Rance. In 1901 the family were living in Holliday Street. His father died on 2nd January 1909. In 1911 we find the family living in Berkhamsted, census records their address as 14 Grand Park but this could be Gravel Path. Amy was head of the household, no occupation showing. Ada and Daisy were both coat turners. William was labelling in a Chemical works and Herbert letter pressing in a Chemical Works.  Joseph, Albert and Amy were still at school. In September 1916 William James was killed in action in France, he was 23 yrs old
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William was the third of five children born to Herbert and Amy Dean, nee Rance.

In 1901 the family were living in Holliday Street. His father died on 2nd January 1909.

In 1911 we find the family living in Berkhamsted, census records their address as 14 Grand Park but this could be Gravel Path. Amy was head of the household, no occupation showing. Ada and Daisy were both coat turners. William was labelling in a Chemical works and Herbert letter pressing in a Chemical Works.  Joseph, Albert and Amy were still at school.

In September 1916 William James was killed in action in France, he was 23 yrs old

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