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1921 - NORFOLK

Great Yarmouth Parish
Yarmouth RD
** 8 Row 27 (RG15 09575 272 E RD219 R12 ED10)
Harry Palmer, Head, 29y 6m, musician Coopers Picture Palace, born Norwich Norfolk
Lillian Palmer, Wife, 29y 0m, home duties, born Lowestoft Suffolk
Victor Sterry, Stepson father dead, 8y 2m, school, born Lowestoft Suffolk
Evelyn Sterry, Stepdaur father dead, 7y 1m, school, born Lowestoft Suffolk

Hackford Parish
Aylsham RD
** Hill House Hackford Reepham (RG15 09639 148 E RD223 RS1 ED6-8)
George Brown, Head, 65y 6m, retired farmer own account, born Kerdiston Norfolk
Phoebe Brown, Wife, 69y 2m, home duties, bon Foulsham Norfolk
Jennie Brown, Daur, S, 40y 9m, home duties, born Kerdiston Norfolk
Rita Sterry, Granddaur 17y 6m, shorthand typist Mann Egerton Motor Engineers, born Norwich Norfolk [Ethel Rita Sterry]

Norwich Parish
Norwich RD
** 25 Florence Road (RG15 09684 141 E RD225 RS1 ED24)
Edward William Sterry, Head, 50y 2m, railway engine driver Great Eastern Rlwy, born Lowestoft Suffolk
Jane Sterry, Wife, 48y 7m, home duties, born Ramsgate Kent
Rosina Sterry, Daur, 22y 2m, boat fitter Malden Steins, born Lowestoft Suffolk
Ethel Sterry, Daur, 20y 11m, bookbinder, Hills Bookbinders, born Lowestoft Suffolk
Dorothy May Sterry, Daur, 19y 6m, steel metal worker Thompsons, born Norwich Norfolk
Edward William Sterry, Son, 16y 11m, fitters apprentice Great Eastern Rlwy, born Norwich Norfolk
Isabel Amelia Maude Sterry, Daur, 15y 2m, chocolate packer Caleys, born Norwich Norfolk
Alfred Stanley Sterry, Son, 8y 6m, school, born Norwich Norfolk
Samuel Sterry, Son, 3y 7m, born Norwich Norfolk

Legend:
* = Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, UK
** = Lowestoft, Suffolk, UK line
+ = Longhope, Gloucestershire, UK