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In 1901 the family are recorded living at Cock Green:
By 1911 the family had grown, but were still living at Cock Green,
George Lanham served as a Private soldier with the 2nd Battalion, the Royal Welsh Fusiliers.
He died age 25 on 27th October 1918. He is remembered at the Montay-Neuvilly Road Cemetery.
The Essex Weekly News of 29th November 1918 carried the following item in its Roll of Honour:
Pte. George Lanham, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, second son of Mr. And Mrs. James Lanham, Felsted, was killed instantly by a shell while in action on Oct 27. Deceased, who was 25 years of age, joined the R.W.F. in 1915. He had twice been wounded, and only returned to France on Oct. 7 from a leave, making the third time of going out. His parents received letters of sympathy from the officers and men of his company, who express sorrow at losing so good a comrade. Another son, Cpl. J. Lanham, who served since 1914, has been badly wounded in the hand, and is still in a Manchester hospital. He has gained the Military Medal for bravery in the field.