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Trying to find Field
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|Martin||Report||30 Aug 2003 19:16|
Elsie Field. Born in South London 14 May 1890. Taught at Oldcoates, Nottingham, prior to WWI when she moved back to her family home in or near Brixton, where she taught at Effra Parade School. Sister Maud was a teacher. Brothers Bert, Ernie (KIA WWI France) Fred and Charles. Family came from Billerricy, Essex. If you have any info, please contact. Thanks