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WW2: Saltaire Roll of Honour
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WW2 Roll of Honour: surnames beginning with:

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Ogden, Harold
1 June 1901 - 1981

Harold Ogden was born, 1 June 1901, at 38 Helen Street, Saltaire. His parents were Henry Ogden & Julie Howker. Henry, who was a stationary engine driver, died in 1910.

In 1911 Harold was living with his widowed mother and siblings at 8 Oastler Road, Shipley. From 1914 to 1922 they lived at 26 Rhodes Street, Shipley. In 1921 Harold was a warehouseman at Saltaire Mills. Julie died in 1922.

Harold married Eva Gilson in 1922. Eva was born, 16 November 1900, in Castleford. They had a daughter, Irene, born 12 October 1924. From 1922 to 1927 they lived at 7 Caroline Street, Saltaire, with Eva’s aunt, Dinah Burge.

In the 1939 Register they were at 28 Constance Street, Saltaire. Harold was a lift attendant at a textile works, Eva was a weaver, and Irene was a boot & shoe shop assistant. Harold served in WW2. In 1945 his family were living at 37 Dove Street, Saltaire. From around 1949 to after 1960 they were at 24 Oakfield Drive, Baildon.

Harold died in 1981. Eva died in 1991.


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