Published By Ben Hillidge
HAMPTON ROAD Built around 1909-10
‘Fairhavens’ Second Lieutenant George V Blake, 1 Bn King’s Shropshire Light Infantry. Born in Trowbridge. After Studying law came Oswestry to work for Messrs. Longueville and Co, Solicitors. Boarded on Roft Street then lived after his marriage on Hampton Road.
‘Fairhavens’ Captain Edward W Walker, 1/7 Bn Royal Welsh Fusiliers. In 1919 this address given as probate for Captain Walker.
HOLBACHE ROAD From Welsh Walls to the former Boys High School 1905
5 ‘Wadden House’ Lieutenant Frederick H Davies, 10 Bn Canadian Infantry. His mother lived here. Also at Gittins Street and 8 Olwen Terrace Chapel Street in 1901.
HURDSMAN STREET Developed at the close of 19th century for Councillor Thomas Hurdsman
10 Private 19737 George F (Frederick) Jones, 7 Bn King’s Shropshire Light Infantry. Parents of listed as living here on CWGC, also at Upper Church Street.