John Victor Le Jeune

First NameJohn
Middle NameVictor
Last NameLe Jeune (Jean)
Date of birth1887
GenderMale
ProfessionUnknown
Family MembersBertha Le Jeune (spouse), Henriette Le Jeune (child), Alice Le Jeune (child), Marcel G Le Jeune (child)
LanguagesFrench
Departure from the UK29 April 1919
NotesNOTES : John and Bertha Le Jeune (nee Van Staeyen) signed the Commemorative Album presented to the Misses Scott in Tunbridge Wells in July 1916. They were from Antwerp - avenue du Sud 153 (I have left it in French as haven't managed to identify the Flemish name). By July 1917, according to their Kew History Card, they had 2 children: Henriette, 4, and Marie, 2, - the name of another, Alice, was added in pencil, presumably at a later date. They were living at 38 Caler;ley Street in Tunbridge Wells. John was employed and earning 20/- a week, but no information re where. I have also found birth records for 3 Le Jeune children (mother Van Staeyen) in Bromley in December Quarter 1915 - Marie B, Joseph A and Marcel G - triplets? And sadly a Death record for a baby Joseph Le Jeune in the same quarter, but in Kensington. The family left the UK on the SS Quilpué on 29 April 1919. SOURCES : Commemorative Album given to the Misses Scott, Women's Library @ LSE; History Cards. Belgian., National Archives, Kew (ref MH8/66); UK Births, Marriages and Deaths (Ancestry) ENTERED BY Alison MacKenzie belgiansrtw@gmail.com
Belgian Addresses
UK Addresses
  • 38 Calverley Street, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, UK

38 Calverley Street, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, UK