55 to 60 Cranworth Gardens 1911

Number 55 Cranworth Gardens

Modern Flat NumberRelation to HeadNameAge & Year of BirthMarital StatusTotal ChildrenChildren still livingOccupationBirth Place
55HeadSarah Toole59 - 1852WidowPrivate MeansStrand, London

Number 56 Cranworth Gardens

Modern Flat NumberRelation to HeadNameAge & Year of BirthMarital StatusTotal ChildrenChildren still livingOccupationBirth Place
56HeadPercy B Perret21 - 1890Married (for under one year)Hotel dining room superintendentRichmond, London
56WifeMabel Louise Perret24 - 1887Married (for under one year)Plymouth, Devon

Number 57 Cranworth Gardens

Modern Flat NumberRelation to HeadNameAge & Year of BirthMarital StatusTotal ChildrenChildren still livingOccupationBirth Place
57HeadEmily A Corke56 - 1855Widow43 (1 died)Private MeansKings Cross, London
57SonReginald John Corke22 - 1889SingleActorWallington, Surrey
57DaughterEmily Corke31 - 1880SingleActressEssex

Number 58 Cranworth Gardens

Modern Flat NumberRelation to HeadNameAge & Year of BirthMarital StatusTotal ChildrenChildren still livingOccupationBirth Place
58HeadConrad J Fredericks57 - 1854Married (for under one year)Music Hall Artist (self employed)USA
58Wife (step mother to son)Mrs M Fredericks38 - 1873Married (for under one year)USA
58SonConn (?) John Fredericks28 - 1883Married (for 3 years)Music Hall Artist (self employed)USA
58Wife (to son)M Fredericks27 - 1884Married (for 3 years)10 (1 died)Music Hall Artist (self employed)Liverpool, England
58HousekeeperElizabeth Sixsmith39 - 1872SingleCrewe

Number 59 Cranworth Gardens

Modern Flat NumberRelation to HeadNameAge & Year of BirthMarital StatusTotal ChildrenChildren still livingOccupationBirth Place
59HeadGeorge William Allart40 - 1871Married (for 11 years)District Collector - Local Taxation Licence Duties - London County CouncilBelgrave, London
59WifeEdith Clothilde Allart39 - 1872Married (for 11 years)St Heliers, Jersey

Number 60 Cranworth Gardens

The occupants of flat 60 were missing from the Census.

1 Response to 55 to 60 Cranworth Gardens 1911

  1. sarah says:

    Hi, i was just curious if there had ever been a child/adult that had died/killed in these flats 55-60? My mum had lived in number 58 from the early 80s and i was brought up there from 1989. I am not a person that believes in ghosts etc but this flat was very spooky! My mum and sister both had a feeling and as i grew up it was exactly the same without knowing they had felt the same. It had a very weird and not nice presence within the flat and anyone that came up always made a comment on the presence and coldness of the place. The people opposite our balcony (Number 62 i believe) had a few of the same incidents as us over the years. I no longer live there but I have always tried to find out more history regarding this property as i have always been interested, i once found on the internet about a fire which i have never been able to find again. If you know anything about this flat/house i would be very intrigued to find out.

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