S. H. Tremelling
(Stanley Humphrey Tremelling)
(Tremelling, Stanley Humphrey)
Service no. 3000
Private, London Regiment, 1st/24th Battalion
Enlisted in Kennington; lived in Brixton
Killed in action on 26 May 1915, aged about 22
CWGC: "Son of the late Mrs L. M. Tremelling."
Remembered at Le Touret Memorial, France and at Stockwell War Memorial, London SW9
Photo: © Jean Murray
Information from the censuses
Stanley Humphrey Tremelling, 18 in 1911, was a machine ruler working for a general printing firm. He lived with his 55-year-old widowed mother, Lucy Tremelling (nee Blundell) from Poplar and 30-year-old stepsister Hilda Tremelling (his dead father's daughter), who was working as a dressmaker. The family lived in eight rooms at 1 Milkwood Road in Brixton.
In 1901 James Tremelling was a 53-year-old patten maker from Hayle, Cornwall and the family lived at 6 Gladstone Street in Southwark with James Tremelling's brother Hampton, a French family of three and an American miner.