LAMBERT ERNEST JERMYN

Images courtesy of Robert.

 

Born: 1879, Glemsford, Suffolk.

Died: 22nd August 1917; age 36; KiA.

Enlistment Location: Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.

 

Rank: Rifleman; Service Number: A/201123

Regiment: King’s Royal Rifle Corps, 9th Battalion.

Formerly Tr/13/5779 T.R. Battalion.

 

Memorial Reference:

Panel 115 to 119 & 162A & 163A.

Tyne Cot Memorial,

West Vlaanderen,

Belgium.

 

Relatives Notified & Address: Son of the late William & Charlotte Jermyn; husband of Beatrice Jermyn, of 156, Cemetery Road, Ipswich.

 

CENSUS

 

1881   Pump Lane, Glemsford, Suffolk.

 

Lambert was 2 years old, he was living with his parents & siblings.

William Jermyn, 39, a Mat Maker, born Glemsford, Suffolk.

Charlotte Arber (nee Woollard), a Hair Setting Weaver, born Foxearth, Essex.

Elizabeth Woollard Jermyn, 11, born Glemsford.

George William Jermyn, 9, born Glemsford.

Arthur Henry Jermyn, 6, born Glemsford.

 

1891   Pump Lane, Glemsford, Suffolk.

 

Lambert was 12 years old and living with his parents & siblings.

William, 49, a Mat Maker.

Charlotte, 50, a Hair Weaver.

Elizabeth, 21, a Hair Weaver.

George, 19, a Mat Weaver.

Arthur, 16, a Land Worker.

 

1901   Pump Lane, Glemsford, Suffolk.

 

Lambert was 22 years old, Journeyman – Baker – Bread & Cakes. He was living with his widowed mother & niece.

Charlotte, 59, Hair Weaver – own account.

Effie Sylvia Fenn, 8, born Haverhill, Suffolk.

 

1911   88, Surrey Road, Ipswich.

 

Lambert was 31 years old, a Stock Keeper in Furnishing House. He was married and Head of the Household.

Beatrice, 39.

 

Lambert’s father, William Jermyn, died 1895, Glemsford.

 

In 1902, Ipswich, Lambert married, Beatrice Mary Ann Goody, January 1869, Glemsford. They had 1 daughter:

Constance Beatrice Jermyn, born November 1911, Ipswich.

 

Soldiers’ Effects to Beatice Jermyn – widow.

 

THE LAST POSTCARDS SENT HOME TO LAMBERT’S FAMILY – postmark dated 11th July 1917

PUCHEVILLERS – Route d’Arras.

Dear Mum Just a line hope you are both well as it leaves me well, strong rumours we are on the move again somewhere in France.

Goodbye with love

from Dad x x x x

PUCHEVILLERS – Girls School

 

Dear Connie a card from Dada hope you and mum are quite well, a view of the village school, with lots of love from Dada

To Connie, Goodbye

x x x x

Dada is quite well

King’s Royal Rifle Corps, 9th Battalion:

http://www.longlongtrail.co.uk/army/regiments-and-corps/the-british-infantry-regiments-of-1914-1918/kings-royal-rifle-corps/

 

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