Details imported from Luton Absent Voters list 1918
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Henry Impey was born in 1865, and served as Mayor of Luton from 1918 - 1919. He had the dubious honour of being Mayor during the Peace Day Riots, and when people began to attack the town hall, he was smuggled out of Luton, never to return to live and work here, although he paid a few brief visits.
Following his death in Lincolnshire on April 17th, 1930, at the age of 65, his body was finally brought back to Luton for a funeral service at his beloved Mount Tabor Church in Castle Street, followed by burial at the General Cemetery in Rothesay Road.
Ronert M. Hawkes (35), married, B1, captain of the Luton Town Football Club, Lyndhurst Road, Luton, carrying out business as a straw hat manufacturer at Stanley Road, Luton, appeared before Luton Tribunal on Wednesday, and said he had only one blocker, who was over 60, and he personally did the stiffening, the stiffener having gone into Army - "Don't you think it is time you went and did abit at the front, Mr. Hawkes" said Lieut.
SHEFFORD VICAR NEARLY ARRESTED AS SPY. SEPTEMBER 1914 LUTON NEWS
The Reverend Edward Dakin, Vicar of Shefford, formerly senior curate at Luton Parish Church, has returned from Germany, after nerve-racking experiences. Some of these he has described to his parishioners, who came in such numbers to hear it, that every inch in the church and porches was occupied.