|Notes||NOTES : Marcel G Le Jeune (Mother nee Van Staeyen) was one of 3 children born to parents Le Jeune-Van Staeyen in Bromley in September Quarter 1915 (apologies for error on parents' and siblings' entries...), and I am guessing they are siblings (triplets) and have therefore added Marcel even though he isn't named on the family's Kew History Card. (I haven't found a Death record for him.) His assumed parents, John and Bertha Le Jeune (nee Van Staeyen) from Antwerp signed the Commemorative Album presented to the Misses Scott in Tunbridge Wells in July 1916. By July 1917, according to their Kew History Card, they had only 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 Calverley Street in Tunbridge Wells. The family left the UK on the SS Quilpué on 29 April 1919.
SOURCES : UK Births, Marriages and Deaths (Ancestry); Commemorative Album given to the Misses Scott, Women's Library @ LSE; History Cards. Belgian., National Archives, Kew (ref MH8/66);
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