England & Wales 1921 Census

Christmas at Euston Station 1917
© Imperial War Museum Q 54274

Take a look at the England & Wales 1921 Census records, where you’ll find 300 new faces in the parish. The War years were a busy time for movement, with only about 250 people in the parish in 1921 who had been living there just 10 years before. Families welcomed their husbands and sons home from the War but with special remembrance to those who did not return including Nicholas Palmer, Alfred Hutcheson, Cecil Pike and Lawrence Geake. Also in memory of young John Hall Lovell who chose to emigrate to Canada aboard RMS Titanic in 1912. John’s emigration story can be found at FindAGrave memorial 14162622.

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