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date: 28 February 2021

Barnes, Alfred Johnlocked

  • Philip S. Bagwell


Barnes, Alfred John (1887–1974), politician, was born on 17 July 1887 at 3 Gordon Terrace, Plaistow, West Ham, London, the youngest of seven children of William Barnes, a docker and coffee-house keeper, and his wife, Lucinda Margaret Smith. At the age of eight he lost a leg in a fairground accident. He was educated at the ...

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