|9 February 1845 in London Aldgate, England.|
|30 August 1846 in St Botolph Without, Aldgate, England.|
|Alice Maud Cook (-1892) in 1876 in Lewisham.|
|Charles Saul (1876-)|
|Henry Saul (1878-)|
|Herbert Edward Saul (1878-)|
|Harry Saul (1879-)|
|Edgar Saul (1880-)|
|Ernest Saul (1882-)|
|Bertha Saul (1884-)|
|Reginald Saul (1886-)|
|Louisa Saul (1888-)|
|Gilbert Saul (1890-)|
|Alfred Saul (1892-)|
In 1881 census was a Surveyor living at 2 Ennersdale Road, Lewisham. Later Clerk of Works.
Australian WW1 records show an Edgar Saul (est dob 1883) who embarked for service in Europe and gave father’s name as Alfred Saul, 154 Courthill Rd, Lewisham, England. (This address is shown in 1901 census.)
UK records show an Alfred Saul, aged 0, died in 1892 in Lewisham, suggesting Alice died in childbirth.
There is a record of Harry Saul (father Alfred Saul, 154 Campshill Rd, Lewisham) who joined the 12th Lancers in 1900 and served in India and South Africa. Calculated dob is Nov 1879. He stated that he had Herbert, an older brother, and Edgar, a younger brother.