Above, Edgar Sonneberg was known as ‘Sonny Boy’. In Ungerson’s account he is a ‘refugee accountant’ (2014, p. 53); according to the 1939 Register, he was a bank manager in Germany. Born in 1886 in Frankfurt am Main, he was 53 years of age in 1939, and married to Nellie Sonneberg. Nellie was a kindergarten teacher, also born in Frankfurt am Main, in 1900. According to the British National Archives records, Edgar Sonneberg was ‘Chief Clerk in the Camp Registration Department.’ His tribunal was held on 3rd October. Nellie is listed as being ‘Superintendent of Camp’ and she also underwent her tribunal process on 3rd October. Neither Sonneberg seems to have been interned.