The MUSGROVE branch - INDEX
My birth father's branch which travels from Kings Brompton in Somerset to become cordwainers in Marylebone; on to Paddington Station and the slums of Kensington; before serving their country in two world wars.
The early MUSGROVE's from Kings Brompton and MaryleboneRead about the shoemaker and cordwainer
William MUSGROVE from 1860 to 1901 in KensingtonRead about him working on the railway and living in the slums
Specifically read about the dwellings they lived in as described by the Charles Booth Survey and what became of Southam Street and the Trellick Tower . Also details of photographer Roger Mayne.
Hannah WILD from Deryshire and Yorkshire stock to KensingtonRead about William's wife and her long life living in the slums
To the MUSGROVE children - Bill, Carrie, Charles, Alf, Bert, George, Frank and JackRead about the MUSGROVE generation who served their country
Specifically read about Frank who died at the Somme aged 19 and George who won the DCM for conspicuous bravery and resource in WW1 and his sons who died, as he did, during WW2.
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