Margaret was born in Fyzabad, West Bengal, India on the 4th of June 1890. Claude Watson Clapham's service record has survived. We have a chef on the ward ready to cater to our patients. http://www.woomly.london The Army was confused as to her address and the confusion was compounded on the 2nd of December 1918 when the Regimental Paymaster reported that "it was impossible to trace Mrs. Clapham" and that the Officer Paying Imperial Pensions, Ottawa "is making no payment of September Allowance.". He did not serve abroad before the 31st December 1915 and after his medical discharge from the Army he was awarded the Silver War Badge. Pediatrician: Dr Elia Maalouf, at the Portland Hospital near Harley St tasconnina@gmail.com On the 9th of August 1917 he was posted home, and on the same day the War Office, via the Infantry Record Office at York, urgently sought the address of Claude’s next of kin of his wife, which was confirmed as High Street, Gawthorpe. Alder Hey Children's NHS Foundation Trust, (Use L14 5AB on sat-navs for main East Prescot Road car park), The Department of International Child Health, NIHR Alder Hey Clinical Research Facility. Please ensure you use our sanitising gel on your hands before entering the ward or day care and before you leave to prevent germs being spread. He remained in the army until the 14th of October 1918, when he was brought before the Invaliding Board at this Hospital with a view to discharge from the service. Yoga teacher, specialised in pre and postnatal: Nina Tascon, home visits Contact Us | Press Office | International | Academy |  About Us | Donate. Emma Clapham; About Ward 3B. Another brother of Willie Brook Clapham who served in WW1 was James Edwin Cecil Clapham and who is recorded in the Electoral Register, 1935-1938, Spen Valley with an abode of 27, Dewsbury Road, Ossett and another address of "Laundry" in the township of Heckmondwike. (Info taken from Childrens cancer and Leukaemia group CCLG) http://www.cclg.org.uk. Willie Brooke Clapham was born the 9th of October 1893, the son of Bradford-born insurance agent, Nathan Clapham and his wife, Ossett-born, Emma (nee Watson), who were married in 1887. He was offered, and he accepted, the HO Scheme but it is not clear as to which Work Centre he was first sent. It appears that Claude's wife Margaret Gertrude Clapham had left Gawthorpe shortly after his enlistment in November 1916 and by early December 1918 she could no longer be located. Blooming lovely: Emma Clapham, partner of Tom Hawkins of the Geelong Cats attended looking glamorous in a lowcut gown with a over the knee … In the midst of the moor the COs cleared a rectangular patch and built round it a 7-foot-high drystone wall and decades later was still known as 'Conchies Field'. Clapham 23, Casa Loma Block, Portage Ave, Winnipeg, Canada. He was found guilty and sentenced to imprisonment without hard labour for 112 days. He was posted to France on the 11th of April 1917 and joined the 8th Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment on the 9th May 1917. liasokhi@gmail.com Ward 3B is for inpatient, day care, clinics and the Oncology/Haematology Unit. This was the address to which her Separation Allowance (11s 1d per week) and an allotment of Claude’s army pay (3s 6d per week) had been paid since 21st November 1916.