Sidney Thomas Stringer1
#8120, (12 February 1896-December 1973)
|Birth*||12 FEB 1896 ||Sidney Thomas Stringer was born on 12 FEB 1896 at Little Heath, Ilford, Essex, England.1 |
|Marriage*||DEC 1918 ||He married Lydia Port in DEC 1918 at West Ham, Essex, England.3 |
|Death*||DEC 1973 ||Sidney Thomas Stringer died in DEC 1973 at Waltham Forest, London, England, aged 77.4 |
|(Witness) Residence||30 MAR 1901 ||He lived with William John Stringer and Jane Stevens at 6 Perry's Cottages, Little Heath, Ilford, Essex, England, together with Lily Rose Stringer, Alice Elizabeth Stringer and Minnie May Stringer.5 |
|Employment*||2 APR 1911 ||Sidney Thomas Stringer was employed as Horse keeper, cab yard.6 |
|Residence*||2 APR 1911 ||He lived at 31 Voss Street, Bethnal Green, London, England.6 |
|Milit-Beg*||13 JAN 1914 ||He began military service on 13 JAN 1914 at Stratford, London, England.7 |
|Milit-End*||5 FEB 1914 ||He ended military service on 5 FEB 1914 at Stratford, London.8 |
|Residence*||29 SEP 1939 ||He and Lydia Port lived at 908 Romford Road, East Ham, Essex, England, together with Henrietta Stringer and William Thomas Stringer.9 |
- [S17] BMD indices, birth, Romford, Essex, Jan-Mar 1896, vol 4a 439.
- [S35] Extracted from the 1901 census, age & place.
- [S69] England & Wales Marriages 1538-1940, marriage; Lydia Port & Sydney T Stringer, West Ham, London, Oct-Dec 1918, vol 4a 226.
- [S78] England & Wales Death Index 1916-2005, death, age 77, Waltham Forest, London, Dec 1973, vol 5e 1071.
- [S35] Extracted from the 1901 census, note parents and siblings in same area!
- [S68] The England & Wales 1911 census, worker, Colegate family.
- [S77] British Army records, No 5190, Lancers of the Line, 7 years.
- [S77] British Army records, No 5190, Lancers of the Line, 16th, 7 years. discharged on educational grounds.
- [S124] 1939 census.
- [S96] England & Wales Birth Index 1916-2005, birth, West Ham, Essex, Jul-Sep 1920, vol 4a 625, mother Port.
- [S96] England & Wales Birth Index 1916-2005, birth, West Ham, Essex, Jul-Sep 1921, vol 4a 594, mother Port.
@ Michael Jefferies, 2016