REEVE, Stanley Cyril

1903 - 1997

Stanley Reeve

Stanley Cyril Reeve, was born at Norwich on 30 January 1903, third and youngest son of of Thomas Sidney Reeve (25 October 1873-1957), a coachsmith, and his wife Alice Louisa née Davies (4 September 1871-1948), who married at Norwich in 1894 and in 1939 were living at West Cottage, Sproughton, near Ipswich. In 1911, an 8 year old, living at 69 Cambridge Street, Norwich with his parents, 37 year old Thomas and 39 year old Alice, with three siblings, Russell Sidney Reeve [q.v.] and Clarence Victor Reeve [q.v.] and Ivy May Reeve 3. Stanley married at Ipswich in 1926, Kathleen May Office (13 May 1905-27 April 1985). Stanley was a school-teacher in education from 1923 and registered from Saxmundham, Suffok in 1933. Head of Snape Village school and first headmaster of Framlingham Area School 1937-1940 and of Kesgrave High School from 1940, only leaving Framlingham to be nearer to a hospital to be able to look after his handicapped daughter in the difficult circumstances of wartime. In 1939, a schoolmaster and a special constable, living at 20 Mount Pleasant, Framlingham, Suffolk with his wife Kathleen and new-born only child Gillian Kathleen (8 January 1939-1962). An exhibitor at the Ipswich Art Society from 18 Bromeswell Road, Ipswich in 1990 'Bridge over River Finn, Tuddenham'. In old age, the author of memoirs 'Stanley Reeve Recalls.' (1995). He died at Ipswich on 17 January 1997.

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