1. – Sarah Ann Hall, née Bodenham was the daughter of John Beck and Margaret Bodenham, formerly Woodworth, née Simpson. John was born at Brixton, Surrey and Margaret at Wiswell near Ciltheroe, Lancashire. 2. – 1891 Clitheroe, Lancashire Census: 19, Brook Street - Sarah A. Bodenham, aged 5 years, born Ciltheroe, daughter of John B. and Margaret Bodenham. 3. – 1901 Clitheroe, Lancashire Census: 5, Bright Street - Sarah A. Bodenham, aged 15 years, born Clitheroe, daughter of John B. and Margaret Bodenham. Sarah Ann Bodenham was married to Robert Hall in 1907. 4. – 1911 Barnoldswick, Yorkshire Census: 62, Manchester Road - Sarah Ann Hall, aged 25 years, born Clitheroe, Lancashire, wife of Robert Hall. [Margaret's parents were living at Barnoldswick in 1911.] 5. – Sarah Ann Hall (G/2676) enrolled in the W.R.N.S. as a Cook on 27 May 1918. Her Service Record Card names the shore establishments where she served as: 'Victory' 27 May 1918 to 9 October 1918 and 'President V' 10 October 1918 to 14 December 1918. Her next-of-kin is given as Margaret Bodenham, 6 East Hill Street, Barnoldswick. 6. – The Five Sisters' Window in York Minster is dedicated as a war memorial to the women of the British Empire who lost their lives, 1914-1918. Sarah Ann is commemorated by name and service in St Nicholas' Chapel in the North Transept of the Minster, the Barnoldswick War Memorial and on the website 'Craven's Part in the Great War' (cpgw.org.uk).
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