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The Hero Inn: landlord, landlady and two small daughters

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The Hero Inn: landlord, landlady and two small daughters

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  • Colin Morley - Tuesday 28 June 2011 06:30
    In this photo c.1915 the publican is Ernest Houldin born Barrow-in-Furness 1876; publican's wife is Alice Edith Houldin born Leytonstone 1878; eldest daughter is Winifred Alice Houldin born Middlesex 1905; youngest daughter is Marjorie Florence Houldin born Middlesex 1910. Ernest and family later moved to Langham in Rutland where Winifred died in the 1930s and Ernest followed c.1940.
    Marjorie married David Morley and moved to Derby during WW2 and then to Leicester in 1949. Mother Alice moved to Leicester from Langham and later lived with David, Marjorie and family until her death in 1965. Marjorie and family emigrated to Australia in 1967 where Marjorie died in 1975.