Born: 1883, Ipswich.
Died: 20th September 1917; age: 34; KiA.
Rank: Private; Service Number: 67746
Regiment: Royal Fusiliers.
Formerly 87463, Middlesex Regiment.
Medals Awarded: Victory & British War.
1891 ‘Duke of Sussex’, 2, Cumberland Street, Ipswich.
Henry was 8 years old and living with his parents & brother.
Edward Alexander Page, 46, a Beer House Keeper & Wool Sorter & Dealer – own account, born Ipswich.
Ellen Theresa Page (nee Cuddon), 42, a Beer House Keeper, born Ipswich.
Albert Edward Page, 15, a Barman, born Ipswich.
1901 40, Dillwyn Street, Ipswich.
Henry was 18 years old, a Messenger – Post Office. He was living with his brother & his family.
Albert, 25, a Tram Conductor.
Rachel Page (nee Webb), 25, born Witnesham, Suffolk.
Ida Victoria Page, 3, born Ipswich.
1911 104, Norwich Road, Ipswich.
Harry was 30 years old, a Comedian – own account. He was a boarder at the home of 62 year old, James Atkins – a Carter.
On the 5th February 1894, the licence for the Duke of Sussex was transferred from Edward Buckingham to Edward Alexander Page.
In 1884, Henry’s father, Edward Alexander Page, submitted a few lines in the E.A.D.T for a lost Black Pig, about four stone from a drove, at Bramford; Finder will be rewarded by Edward A. Page, of the Duke of Sussex, Cumberland Street, Ipswich.
Harry’s father, Edward Alexander Page died February 1894, of the Duke of Sussex, 55, Ann Street, Ipswich. His mother, Ellen Theresa Page died 1895, Ipswich.
Soldiers’ Effects to Albert E. Page – brother.
The Ipswich Journal – 26th May 1900 – FALL THROUGH A SKYLIGHT – On Thursday evening, Henry Page, of 40, Dillwyn Street, East, Ipswich, a porter, in the employ of Messrs. E.R. and F. Turner, sustained a fracture of the base of the skull. He was at work on the top of the offices, cleaning the skylight, when he slipped and fell