A textile warehouseman and the child of Alfred Hitchcock (a draper's warehouseman) and Ellen Horne (a bottle labeller), Alfred Hitchcock, the third cousin once-removed on the father's side of Nigel Horne, was born in Bethnal Green, London, England on 6 Feb 19111,2,3,4,5, was baptised there at St Peter's Church on 5 Mar 1911 and married Helen Manby (with whom he had 1 child, Gerald Anthony) in West Ham, Essex, England c. Nov 19356.
During his life, he was living at 50 Corfield Street, Bethnal Green on 2 Apr 1911, less than a mile from his grandmother Ellen Oliver and father Alfred Hitchcock who were living at 70 Warner Place, Bethnal Green, London, England, his uncle James Horne who was living at 70 Warner Place, Bethnal Green, London, England, his uncle Albert Horn who was living at Warner Place, Bethnal Green, London, England, his aunt Emma Horn who was living at 70 Warner Place, Bethnel Green, London, England and his aunt Maud Horn who was living at 70 Warner Place, Bethnel Green, London, England1 and at 20 Hillfoot Road, Romford, London, England on 29 Sep 19392.
He died on 2 Jul 2003 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England4. He served in the military in Singapore in 1942 (rank: Signalman POW in Thailand).
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