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Harold Llewellyn Twite

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Harold Llewellyn Twite (c1880-1915) of Twite and Steinhart

Born in St. Agnes, Cornwall, the son of Charles Septimus Hedley Twite and his wife Anna

1907 April 2nd. Married at Earl's Court to Lucy Muriel Carne

1911 Living at Dunard, Albion Road, Sutton, Surrey: Harold Llewellyn Twite (age 31 born St. Agnes, Cornwall), Mining Engineer. With his wife Lucy Muriel Twite (age 29 born St. Agnes, Cornwall) and their two children Charles William N. C. Twite (age 2 born Earl's Court) and Barbara Muriel Twite (age 1 born Earl's Court). Also his mother-in-law Lucy Carne (age 56 born Plymouth), Widow. Three servants.[1]

1915 December 1st. Died - WWI casualty at Fricourt with nine other Cornishmen.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. Western Morning News - Wednesday 01 December 1920