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Alice Hoppen

Born:
15 Heshvan 5654 (25 October 1893)
Died:
7 Tevet 5707 (30 December 1946)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
HOP5956
Other surname:
Stone
Gender:
Female

Birth

Date of birth:
15 Heshvan 5654 (25 October 1893)
Place of birth:
London

Death

Date of death:
7 Tevet 5707 (30 December 1946)
Died in combat?:
No
Place of death:
National Temprerance Hospital
Cause of death:
Cancer of liver and esophagus
Burial place:
Marlowe Road, East Ham

Places

Addresses

Last known address before death:
147 Richmond Road London (1946)

Synagogues

Name:
Brenthouse Road E.9
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Family

Spouse

Louis Hoppen (male)
Place of marriage:
Mile End Synagogue
Country of marriage:
UK

Spouse

Nathan Becker (male)
Place of marriage:
London
Country of marriage:
UK

Children

Isadore Hoppen "Isal (Izal)" (male)
Harry Hoppen "Hoppy" (male)
Hannah Becker (female)

Siblings

Ezra Stone (male)
Rose Stone (female)

Homefront

Occupation:
Dressmaker
Member of family in armed forces:
Husband
What was the impact of this:
Made a widow about 32 months after she married. husband had volunteered when son was almost 26 months old and she was 3 months pregnant with a second son.

Being widowed meant that Alice had to try to raise her sons, and eventually put the boys into Norwood Orphanage in 1924, and remarrying in 1928.With her new husband Alice had a daughter Hannah in 1930.

Alice died less than 6 months before her only grandson was born.

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