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- Biography -
- Vivien Bertram Le Breton -

Unknown person Name : Vivien Bertram Le Breton

Son of : Bertram Le Breton (died 1902) and Florence Evelyn Le Breton (née Martin) of 34 Nevern Square, London, SW.

Born : 16th July 1898, (registered in Croydon).

Married 1918, Theodora May Fairbrother, (registered in Marylebone, Sep 1918 qtr). One son, John Bertram Le Breton, born 1919 (registered in Brading).
  Census information :

1901 : Bertram and Florence Le Breton, with their children including Vivian aged 2, are at 'Belvedere', Temple Road, Croydon. Bertram Le Breton is 'Living on his own means'.

1911 : Florence Le Breton, widow, is boarding with her Aunt, Harriet Liebert, at 38 Trebovir Road, Earl's Court, London.

1911 : Bertram Vivian Le Breton, aged 12, is a pupil at the Royal Asylum Of St Annes Society, Redhill, Surrey.
  Service Details :

Lieutenant Vivien Bertram Le Breton, 10th Bn., London Regiment.

  Casualty Details :

Died : 9th August 1918.

Buried at : Villers-Bretonneux Military Cemetery, Somme, France.

CWGC Record
  Commemorated on these Memorials :

Shanklin St Saviour's Church War Memorial
  Further Information :

From The Times of 23 Aug 1918

National Probate Calendar 1918

National Probate Calendar 1921

Le Breton's connection with Shanklin is not known, but presumably he lived in Shanklin at some time as his son's birth was registered in Brading Sub-District.
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Page last updated : July 2012


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