James Frank Woodward

Census Address: 13 St Peter's Street
Place of Birth: Stamford
Date of Birth: 1897
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St. Peters Street Eastward

Thomas Leonard Woodward

In 1911 Thomas was living with his father and mother and seven of his ten siblings at 13 St. Peter’s Street. In 1901 his father was a shoemaker and by 1911 he was a labourer at the Agricultural machinery works.

Thomas enlisted with the Northumberland Fusiliers in February 1917 and was wounded in October of the same year. He was awarded the Silver medal and was discharged. He received the Victory medal. He died in March 1972.

James Frank Woodward

Frank Woodward was an errand boy in 1911. He joined the Navy in June 1916 and served on the HMS Victory in the North Sea. In May 1918 he was invalided and discharged in January 1918 receiving the silver badge.

Their elder brother Harry was killed in the war.

13 St Peter’s Street was one of the houses at the entrance to Dixon’s Court, 12 and 13 have subsequently been demolished. The family moved to 4 St Peter’s Vale.