ALFRED NORMAN

 

Born: 1885, Oldham, Lancashire.

Died: Christmas Eve, 1915; age: 30; Committed Suicide.

Enlistment Location: Manchester, Lancashire.

Rank: Gunner; Service Number: 32361.

Regiment: Royal Field Artillery, 5th Reserve Brigade.

 

Medals Awarded: Victory, British War & 1914 Star.

 

Grave Reference:

M.I.I.

Ipswich Old Cemetery,

Ipswich.

 

CENSUS

 

1891   61, Napier Street East, Oldham, Lancashire.

 

Alfred was 5 years old and living with his parents & siblings.

Noble Norman, 40, a Foreman – Grain Warehouse, born Oldham.

Sarah Ann Norman (nee Halstead), 37, born Oldham.

George Albert Norman, 17, a Commercial Clerk, born Oldham.

Annie Norman, 15, born Oldham.

Frank Halstead Norman, 12, born Oldham.

Frederick Norman, 10, born Oldham.

Rosaline Norman, 3, born Oldham.

Bertha Norman, 3, born Oldham.

 

1901   44, Parkfield Road, Failsworth, North Manchester, Lancashire.

 

Alfred was 15 years old, an Engineer’s Clerk. He was living with his parents & siblings.

Noble, 50, a Grocer’s Assistant.

Sarah, 47.

Annie, 25.

Frederick, 20, a Grocer’s Clerk.

Rosaline, 13.

Bertha, 10.

Harold Norman, 8, born Oldham.

 

1911   152, Oxford Street, Wereth, Lancashire.

 

Alfred was 25 years old, a Stripper & Grinder – Jobber. He was a boarder at the home of 46 year old, widow, Hannah Dakin.

 

Alfred’s father, Noble Norman died March 1902, at 44, Parkfield Road, Failsworth, Lancashire. His mother, Sarah Ann Norman died 1903, Oldham, Lancashire.

 

Soldiers’ Effects to Frank Norman – brother.

Royal Field Artillery, 5th Reserve Brigade.

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