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Zipfel, Robert Ebenezer
c1875 -1954

Charles Zipfel was born c1833 in Brandon, Suffolk. In 1855 he married Sarah Elizabeth Edwards at Thetford, Norfolk. Their eldest daughter was Anna Maria. Anna Maria was born c1856 in Brandon, Suffolk. She had a son Robert Ebenezer born in Brandon c1875, father unknown. In 1897 Anna married John Filby in Suffolk.

Robert married Elizabeth Edwards at Thetford, Norfolk in 1894. In 1901 they were living in Richmond, Yorkshire. In 1911 they were living with one son and two daughters at 3 Victoria Cottages in Northallerton. Robert was a gardener.

Robert fought with the Suffolk Regiment and he survived the war. During the war they lived at 26 Amelia Street in Saltaire (originally 3 Bath Buildings, demolished around 1936). After the war they lived at 5 Edward Street in Saltaire (originally 10 Bath Buildings, demolished around 1936). Robert died in Bradford District in 1954.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
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