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13. Alfred Thomas JOHNSON [Parents]. Born 27/10/1902 in Shoreditch & died 31/12/1938 at Well House Hospital, Barnet, age 36. Cause of death “Bodily injuries caused the 30th day of December 1938 on the Barnet by pass Road in the Parish of Hatfield Herts, when whilst riding a pedal cycle he collided with a motor lorry which was over taking him. Misadventure” (Thomas Ottaway, Coroner for Hertfordshire (St Albans District), inquest held 3/1/1939.) Alfred Thomas was buried in Welwyn Garden City with his son Kenneth Alfred. Occupation: Journeyman baker (1924), Cafe proprietor (1932). On 27/12/1923 when Alfred Thomas was 21, he married Ivy May CHAPPLE, daughter of Charles Frederick CHAPPLE & Emily BAKER, in Hackney Register Office. Born on 9/4/1902 in Edmonton, London, Ivy May died 24/1/1993 in Ware, Herts, age 90, & was buried with her husband. They had the following children:

(1) Kenneth Alfred, born 29/12/1924 in Clapton & died 23/4/1935 in Hatfield, age 10. (2) Peter Thomas  (3) Hazel Dorothy, born 12/7/1928 in St Pancras, London & died 18/2/2014 in Bedford, age 85. On 2/9/1950, when Hazel was age 22, she married Albert George HOWARD (1927-2005) in Hatfield. (4) Evelyn May, born 4/7/1932 in Hatfield & died 18/8/2010 in Colchester, age 74. On 20/8/1955, when Evelyn was age 19, she married Eric George WHITBREAD (1932-2000) in Hatfield. And 3 others who are still living.

14. George JOHNSON [Parents]. Born 8/4/1906 in Haggerston, George died July 2000 in Daventry, age 94. On 8/6/1925 when George was 19, he married Mary Ann Kezia MARSHALL at St Matthews, Islington. Mary Ann was born 13/2/1906 & died December 1993 in Northampton, age 87. They had the following children:

(1) Victor George (2) James, born 1931 in Hackney. James died 20/1/1935 at the Victoria Hospital, Tite Street, Chelsea, age 4, & was buried 26/1/1935 in Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington. Cause of death: Diptheria. And 2 others who may still be living.

Johnson of Stepney, London

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