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Jessie Audoire (nee Mettam) (1893-1982) and her daughter Elsie Constance Audoire (known as “Connie”) (1914-2006), [c. 1915]

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Title:Jessie Audoire (nee Mettam) (1893-1982) and her daughter Elsie Constance Audoire (known as “Connie”) (1914-2006), [c. 1915]
Location:Sheffield
Date Period:1900-1919
Photographer:Mora, 28 Pinstone Street, Sheffield
Notes:

Jessie Audoire was the wife of Edward John Audoire (1888-1980) who served in the First World War with the Royal Engineers, 455th West Riding Field Company around the time the photograph was taken.

The family lived at the time at 12 Warwick Terrace, Walkley, Sheffield.

Connie Audoire went on to serve as an ARP ambulance driver in Sheffield during the Second World War, based at the ARP Ambulance Service Centre, Hartley Brook School, Sheffield.

Connie married Charles Dyson in Sheffield in 1950.

From the collection of Edward John Audoire (1888-1980) of Guernsey and later Sheffield who served with the Royal Engineers, 455th West Riding Field Company, during the First World War (Sheffield City Archives: X902/2/4/2).

For more information see 'A Guernsey Militiaman in Sheffield: events relating to Edward John Audoire (1888-1980) and his family' by Michael Dyson (2015) (Sheffield Local Studies Library: B. AUDO SQ).

 

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