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When Aubrey was born, the Wardells were living at 49 Clarence Square in Brighton, between Russell Square and Western Road, but, when Leslie arrived, they had moved to Cowper Street.Kelly's 1911 Brighton & Hove Directory (prepared no doubt in 1910) locates Bill Wardell at 110 Cowper Street, near Sackville Road, but the 1911 census and 1912 edition of Kelly's Directory list him as a piano tuner at 4 Clarence Street, Brighton.The 1901 census records that the family had relocated to 28 Bridge Street. Jane Wardell was now 52 and presumably past child rearing.

Her deceased father, Robert Derrett, had been a brewer.Wardell gave his address as Oxford Villa, Severn Road, Weston Super Mare.His father, another Alfred Wardell, born in Chelsea in 1852, worked as a piano tuner.His mother, Jane Salmon Stott, born at Badgeworth in Somerset in 1848, had been married to Richard Guy, a merchant's clerk, who worked in Newport.On January 12, 1903 he married Flora Derrett at Maindee Parish Church at Newport (on the east side of the river).

Flora was 24 years old, the same age as her husband, and lived at 63 High Street, Maindee.Bill and Flora then moved to Brighton, where on May 17, 1906, Flora gave birth to twin boys: Charles Reginald Wardell and William Frederick Wardell ("Willie").At the time she and Bill were living in a rented apartment at 25 Russell Square.It was at 4 Clarence Street that Grace gave birth to her third son, Victor Frank Wardell, on July 6, 1912.During 1914 she and Bill moved to 39 West Street in Brighton.Although he was publishing postcards in some numbers by this date, it was evidently still only a secondary source of income.