1.4.6) Frederick Roland married Emma -?- circa 1927? He was the father of two daughters - Elizabeth and Joan. Dates for all to be researched. He served in the Black Watch. His civilian occupation was as Architect within the Department of Public Works. He once lived at 45 Summer Road, Aldershot(?), and then in Powdermill Road, Twickenham, Middlesex.
1.4.7) Daisy born circa 1890? I have one on record born in Lambeth, but it requires checking out further to confirm parentage.
Sydney Arthur was born 25 March 1891 in Brixton. He wed Julian Henrietta HIGHMAN on 27 June 1914 (June qtr 1d.774) in the Register Office, Lambeth. They were parents of:-
184.108.40.206 Daisy Margaret born 1915 March qtr 2a.588 Croydon
220.127.116.11 William Arthur born 1916 March qtr 2a.601 Croydon
18.104.22.168 Julia Amelia born 1919 March qtr 2a.400 Croydon
22.214.171.124 Henry Roland born 1922 June qtr 2a.563 Croydon
126.96.36.199 John Edward born 1925 June qtr 2a.566 Croydon
188.8.131.52 Kenneth Hector born 1928 Dec qtr 2a.454 Croydon
Sydney Arthur was born at 203 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton. His wife was born 22 May 1894 at Glamis Road, Shadwell, London. Sydney was a Private 2nd Class in the Royal Flying Corps during WW1. His civilian occupation was an Insurance Clerk. His address in 1914 was 42 Lilford Road, Coldharbour Lane, Brixton. he died in March 1961 in the Mayday Hospital, Croydon. His wife died in 1998 at Pampasford Road, South Croydon.
184.108.40.206) Daisy Margaret was born 06 December 1914 in Thornton Heath, Surrey.(registered March 1915). She first married Leslie BARDEN on 03 September 1938 in Wandsworth. She second married John Francis GADSBY in May 1976 in Streatham. She died on 16 April 1999 in March, Cambridgeshire.
220.127.116.11) William Arthur was born 14 February 1916. He married Eva Annie GOODY, nee GILBERT, 0n 23 September 1939. His wife was a widow, and she had a son from her first marriage to Basil Carruthers Goody - Michael Carruthers Goody. The son was adopted by William Arthur and changed his name to Michael John MOTT.
William Arthur joined the Territorial Army in 1938 and was 'called up' in 1939. He was drafted into the Kings Royal Rifles & Queen Victoria Rifles. He sailed on the 21st May 1940 on SS 'Canterbury' for Calais. He and others held the Fort there from 23 to 26 May before surrendering. He escaped and tried to fly an old Bleriot type plane home, but was recaptured and marched into Poland to Stalag camp. He escaped several times. Was liberated by the Russians and taken to Berlin. Escaped from there and walked to the American lines. Arrived home 30 June 1945. He died 13 May 1995 from a second stroke in Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead.