Adrian Roberts Posted 24 November , 2004 Share Posted 24 November , 2004 This is probably one for Racing Teapots but if any one else can help that would be great.. My Great-Aunt Marjory once told us that her family moved from New Cross to Southend in 1915, and just before they moved the house next to (adjoining?) their new house in Southend was destroyed in "the first Zeppelin raid". Apparently the house was empty at the time so no one was hurt. Does this make any sense/ fit in with the facts in any research? I wish I'd valued my older relatives more when I was younger because its now too late to ask them anything else. Great-Aunt Marjory died Jan 2002 aged 93, having outlived my grandfather and three other brothers - so she would have been seven in 1915. Adrian Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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