Ernest is remembered on the war memorial at St. Michael’s Church, Ipswich.
Born: 1890, Kettleburgh, Suffolk.
Died: 18th July 1916; age 26; Died.
Enlistment Location: Ipswich.
Rank: Private: Service Number: M2/166440.
Regiment: Army Service Corps, 630th Motor Ambulance Convoy.
Medals Awarded: British War.
Laid to rest 16th July 1916.
Relatives Notified & Address: Son of William and Mary Stevens, of Laxfield, Suffolk, husband of Beatrice Clara Harvey (formerly Stevens), of 46 Wolseley Road, Southtown, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.
1891 The Street, Thorpe Abbotts, Norfolk.
Ernest was a year old and living with his mother & brother at the home of his maternal grandparents & uncles.
William Chenery, 51, a Carpenter, born Thorpe Abbotts.
Hannah Chenery (nee Catchpole), 50, born Thorpe Abbotts.
William Chenery, 25, a Carpenter, born Thorpe Abbotts.
George Chenery, 19, born Thorpe Abbotts.
Harry Chenery, 9, born Thorpe Abbotts.
Mary Elizabeth Stevens (nee Chenery), 27, born Thopre Abbotts.
William George Stevens, 2, born Kettleburgh.
1901 Park Field, Laxfield, Suffolk.
Ernest was 11 years old and living with his parents & brother.
William Stevens, 39, a Blacksmith, born Bardwell, Suffolk.
1911 89, Lacey Street, Ipswich.
Ernest was 21 years old, a Domestic Chauffeur. He was boarding at the family home of 36 year old, William Hayward, a Gardener – Domestic.
In 1914, Loddon, Norfolk, Ernest married Beatrice Clara Dowe, born 1885, Loddon, Norfolk.
Soldiers’ Effects to Beatrice Clara Stevens – widow.