Squires – 9 Hadlow Place

In 1851, Alfred Squires (Bn 1850 Waltham Cross D1917) aged 1, lived with his family in Hertford and his father Joseph (Bn 1821 D1872) was a Rail Guard, which he remained.  His father, also Joseph, was an Agricultural Labourer.  By 1861, the family, including Alfred’s four brothers and two sisters had moved to Horsleydown, Southwark.

In 1871, Alfred was a 21 year old Lodger at 9 Stoney Buildings, Church Road.  His occupation a Fishmonger.

In 1881, Alfred and his wife, Jane (Bn 1856 D1933) are Boarders at 13 Brunswick Place and by 1891, they are living at 9 Hadlow Place.  His occupation is Fishmonger and Poulterer.  They had moved to 2 Hadlow Placeby 1901 and were still living there in 1911 (2 rooms).