Dr M Mills (Local historian) has started work on a blog about the history of the Greenwich Peninsula south east London.
Monday, 22 July 2013
1917 married GladysEmily BARKER(1892-1976) registered in Woolwich
Information provided by O Knight.
Towards the end of the war he met and married the daughter of a naval outfitter where Alfred bought his suits and they lived at 82 Victoria Road, Charlton where their son LeslieR(1919-1987) was born. Within a few months of his birth Alfred announced, apparently with little or no consultation with his new wife that he would seek employment in Rangoon. They sailed on the SS. Burma and Alfred worked as engineer in the rice mills, in the oil fields and on merchant ships. Due to failing health the family returned to West Ham in London east 1930.
Ancestry.co.uk ……Barker Family Tree
Tuesday, 23 July 2013