Personal information about Alice Annie Hopson

Below is all the information we have about Alice Annie Hopson. As far as we know, the information is correct. However, if you find any errors or have additional information, certificates or pictures, please contact us so that we can update this page. Thank you.

Birth information

Name at birth:
   Alice Annie Hopson
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Birth certificate for Alice Annie Hopson
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Birth certificate for
Alice Annie Hopson
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Date of birth:
   02 May 1911
Gender of Child:
Father's name:
   B ---
Mother's name:
   Sarah Louisa Hopson
Place of birth:
   99 Newtown Road, Newbury
Parent's address at birth:
   99 Newtown Road, Newbury
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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Alice Annie Hopson
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Age at death:
   17 days
Date of burial:
   23 May 1911
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   Newbury Union Workhouse, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1899
Page number: 208
Record number: 8860
Official at burial:
   G.H. Newbold Priest
Source of information:
  Burial Register

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Other Resources

This person has featured in dramas performed by the Friends. Details below.

Residents Resurrected

First performed: 30/10/2015
Author: Ros Clow

The third production in 2015 “Residents Resurrected” was held in October using the sexton and the Grim Reaper as links between four monologues and one duologue, the Grim Reaper calling up spirits on Halloween. This time we put on three performances at the Phoenix Centre but later three of our characters, William Corden The Younger (Painter to Queen Victoria), Sarah Louisa Hopson (whose baby died in the Workhouse) and Herbert Finn (master at the Phoenix Brewery) reprised their roles in the cemetery in June.


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