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“Fifteen Ravine” was the name given by the Army to the shallow ravine, once bordered by fifteen trees, which ran at right angles to the railway about 800 metres south of the village of Villers-Plouich, but the cemetery is in fact in “Farm Ravine,” on the east side of the railway line, nearer to the village. w=192&h=300 192w, w=384&h=600 384w, w=96&h=150 96w" sizes="(max-width: 192px) 100vw, 192px" /The Jacobean House, built c.1611, in The Wardwick, Derby.

The cemetery, sometimes called Farm Ravine Cemetery, was begun by the 17th Welsh Regiment in April 1917, a few days after the capture of the ravine by the 12th South Wales Borderers. By this time, the family home is 128, Clive Road, West Dulwich, London SE21. This photograph shows it as it is now, after its drastic alteration in c.1855, to create Becket Street, which removed three of the original five gables.

WALTER WRIGHT (b.1857) is aged 24, and he and his brother FREDERICK WRIGHT (b.1855) are commercial travellers dealing in shirts. A 14-year-old servant, Daisy Agnes Hill, looks after them.

His wife is 50, and hails from Mildenhall in Suffolk. (At some stage before 1911, the Wrights move to 46, Crouch Hall Road, Crouch End.) WALTER WRIGHT is 46 and ‘a cotton goods agent’. He is ‘a clothing manufacturer’ His wife, EDITH is 46.

Also in the same house are Charles Perry, 23, a plumber, His wife Sarah, 27, and infant son Charles; John Meadows, 29, a cook, his wife Frances, 27, a waistcoat maker, and their son John, aged six – a scholar. 11, Aldermanbury Avenue, London EC2 The family firm, which made shirts for the wholesale trade, is mentioned for the first time in Kelly’s Directory for London. He is still unmarried and still living in lodgings, this time at 209 Isledon Road, Highbury, Islington, London. 1911 Census Records: The Census was taken on the night of Sunday, April 2nd, 1911. Their eldest son, ARTHUR STEPHENSON WRIGHT is 23, ‘a clothing agent’, his sister, EDITH MAVIS, ‘a spinster’, is 19, and his brother THOMAS FREDERICK, is a schoolboy, aged 13.

ESTHER WRIGHT is listed as a ‘Lunatic’ at Middlesex County Asylum. On admission, her malady is described as ‘Mania, chronic. It contains fourteen houses, seven on each side of the avenue, which is seventy yards in length and twenty-five feet in width. 1914 28th July: THE FIRST WORLD WAR BEGINS – exactly a month after Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria’s assassination in Sarajevo. 14th December: MARJORIE ISABEL JOAN WRIGHT (known always as Joan Wright) is born.

1885 15th September: FREDERICK WRIGHT and his wife EMILY LOUISA celebrate the birth of a boy. May is – like the bride and groom – in the rag trade. Born in Mile End in 1864, Harriet Rebecca Dodson May remains a spinster throughout her life, dying in 1944.) 1887 MIDDLESEX STOKE NEWINGTON 8th June: ARTHUR STEPHENSON WRIGHT is born at 144 Winston Road. It first appears in the rate books in 1881, when the total assessment was £1,857. She is the only child of ARTHUR STEPHENSON WRIGHT and ISABEL ADA WRIGHT (nee GISBORNE.) 1916 THOMAS FREDERICK WRIGHT enlists in the army.

It continued in use during the Battle of Cambrai (November 1917) and until March 1918, when the ravine formed the boundary between the Third and Fifth Armies. 1937 16th March: ARTHUR STEPHENSON WRIGHT dies in St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London. 1939 At the outbreak of World War II, JOAN WRIGHT and her mother ISABEL ADA GISBORNE are sharing the house with a married couple: REGINALD JOHN HURSON is a ‘shipping manager, tea and cocoa’. 1985 ESSEX SOUTHEND-ON-SEA 3rd February: EDITH MAVIS WRIGHT dies at the age of 93, in hospital. I never heard her name mentioned at home, and I am not sure my mother ever knew she had an aunt among the Wrights. 1546 THOMAS PACKER is born and baptised at Ham, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

(Description: The Commonwealth War Graves Commission.) 1918 11th November: The First World War ends. He is 49 years of age, and a The cause of death is ‘malnutrition’ and ‘carcinoma of the stomach’. Born in the area in 1896, he married LUCY ANNIE GARDINER on the 27th August, 1921. In the 1911 census, she can be found living a few doors away in Clive Road. In her will EDITH leaves the sum of £ 80.2s.2d to her nephew, Capt. 1972 SUSSEX BRIGHTON 18th July: ISABEL ADA WRIGHT (nee GISBORNE) of 2 Brecon Court, Selborne Place, Hove, Sussex, dies. She ends her days in a nursing home at 74, Old Shoreham Road, Brighton, described as ’. * * * There is no family album – no well-thumbed book of sepia photographs, no starchy portraits of Hebbs or Grays or Stephensons – or of Arthur Wright with his shirts. Although he remained devoted to her, she was convinced that she had ‘married beneath her’ – and never let her husband forget it. He will end his days in Twickenham, Middlesex, in 1631.

Her parents are GEORGE (b.1786) AND ELIZABETH (nee PAGE.) The Rev. (There is also the VICARAGE HOUSE BOARDING SCHOOL which caters for boys. Billy Hodges, clergyman.) Esther’s widowed mother ELIZABETH is a laundress, aged 45. Mary, Hayes, Middlesex " data-medium-file=" w=225" data-large-file=" w=281" class="size-medium wp-image-595" title="ST MARY'S HAYES, TOWER IN SNOW, 2007" src=" ROBERT WRIGHT, Thomas’s father, is described as a ‘Farmer’, and GEORGE WEATHERLY as a ‘Labourer’ (dead). 1852 27th June: ESTHER WRIGHT, named after her mother, is christened in the church of St John the Baptist, Hillingdon. In Colham Green, Middlesex (Parish of Hillingdon), THOMAS and ESTHER are both 41.

Thomas Dawson Allen, curate, has misspelled their surname, ‘Weatherley’. w=224&h=300" alt="" width="224" height="300" srcset=" w=224&h=300 224w, w=112&h=150 112w," sizes="(max-width: 224px) 100vw, 224px" /: THOMAS WRIGHT (b.1820) marries ESTHER WEATHERLY (b.1820). 1855 15th December: MARY WRIGHT (b.1777) dies at home in Colham Green, Hillingdon. According to the death certificate, she is 78, which puts her year of birth at 1777, the same as her husband. 1861 20th February: ARTHUR WRIGHT is born in Colham Green, Hillingdon. The birth is registered on the 26th March, 1861, by the child’s father. Thomas is described as a ‘Farmer – 5 acres – 2 boys’.

1828 11th October: MARY WRIGHT (b.1809) daughter of Robert and Mary, marries HENRY BAYLIS (b.1800) in the parish church of Hanwell, Middlesex. 1837 7th May: Burial of ESTHER’s father, GEORGE WEATHERLY in the churchyard of St John the Baptist, Hillingdon. They are married in St Mary’s, the Parish Church, Hayes, Middlesex, by the Rev. 21st December: Ann Broadway makes her mark and registers MARY WRIGHT’s death with the Registrar, Francis Stockwell. The registrar is a Mr Francis Stockwell.) 24th March: The christening of ARTHUR WRIGHT in the church of St John the Baptist, Hillingdon. The two boys are: THOMAS, now aged 17 (b.1844), and ROBERT, now aged 13 (b.1848). In the household are the children: THOMAS (b.1844) aged 17, ROBERT (b.1848) aged 13, CHARLES (b.1850) aged 11, ESTHER (b.1852) aged 9, FREDERICK (b.1854) aged 7, WALTER (b.1857) aged 5, HANNAH (b.1859) aged 3, ARTHUR (b.1861), who is aged 2 months (see details above). In the register, the child’s father is now, as above, a ‘Manufacturing Clothier’.

23rd December: MARY WRIGHT is buried in Hillingdon. 1854 8th October: FREDERICK WRIGHT, another son for THOMAS and ESTHER, is christened in the church of St John the Baptist, Hillingdon. ROBERT WRIGHT, now 84, and ‘a retired farmer’, is living in the household of MARY BAYLIS – his daughter, born c.1809. Robert Wright’s birthplace is recorded as ‘Chalfont, Buckinghamshire’. umbrella materials No.11 Aldermanbury Avenue was the sixth on the left, if going towards Philip Lane from Aldermanbury. 1900 4th May: ESTHER WRIGHT (b.1820) dies in Middlesex County Asylum, Wandsworth. She is 79 years of age, and her occupation: March, 1901.

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