The 1891 census return Isaac Lucas Hilton, aged 14 was working as a Master Carter's Office Boy. Some children from the previous census were not on the 1891 census although they now had 6 children.
Isaac married in 1897 to Elizabeth Ann Elston, in the 1901 census they were living at 23 Grey Street with their daughter Edith and a boarder.
In the 1911 census Isaac and Elizabeth were living at 13 Newton Street. Isaac misunderstood the form and filled in the names of all his children, living and deceased. Sadly, 3 of their 5 children died and their names were crossed out. Newton Street was very close to St James Church, running between Windsor Street and Wesley Street.
Information from UK Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-1919:
|Name:||Isaac Lucas Hilton|
|Death Date:||27 Jun 1917|
|Death Location:||France & Flanders|
|Regiment:||King's (Liverpool Regiment)|
|Type of Casualty:||Killed in action|
|Theatre of War:|
Western European Theatre
TO BE ADDED - WAR DIARY INFO