Edouard Joseph Sarlet

First NameEdouard
Middle NameJoseph
Last NameSarlet
Date of birth9 April 1890
GenderMale
ProfessionMedical student Later (in Belgium) a general practioner in Vaux-sous-Chèvremont, 4051, Liège
Family MembersMarie Joseph Charlotte Sarlet (parent), Paul Xavier Joseph Sarlet (sibling)
LanguagesFrench
Arrival in the UKOctober 1914
Departure from the UKJune 1915
Notes1st address in Faversham: Alfred House (temporarily); in November 1914, The Faversham Relief commitee put a Victorian house (property of Dr. Frederick Gange (1868-1950), one of Faversham’s general practitioners and a keen amateur photographer, who lived with his family at 40 Court Street at that time.) at the disposal of this family, which they had to share with Edouard's elder brother Paul and his family and another family from Ostend, the Vandeputte family from Ostend (see there). The house was furnished by the relief committee. The family was entirely supported by the committee (see P.Vandenabeele, " BELGIAN REFUGEES IN FAVERSHAM IN THE GREAT WAR", Faversham Society 2014). Short stay in Edingburgh with mother, then back to Faversham; No known employment in the UK; June 1915: to France with his mother.
Belgian Addresses
  • Chant des Oiseaux 7, Thuin, Belgium
UK Addresses
  • Faversham, UK
  • 58 Newton Road, Faversham, UK
  • 51 Fountainhall Road, Edinburgh, UK
  • 58 Newton Road, Faversham, UK

Chant des Oiseaux 7, Thuin, Belgium

Faversham, UK

58 Newton Road, Faversham, UK

51 Fountainhall Road, Edinburgh, UK

58 Newton Road, Faversham, UK