From the Sedlescombe Parish Council Burial Register, we can see that Mr Jenner was living in Sedlescombe, in Linton House, The Street, not far from the place he was working in during the War, when he died in 1950.
Beryl Lucey's book "Twenty Centuries in Sedlescombe" also mentions Mr Jenner and Linton House. Mr Jenner was Inspector of Nuisances and Rural District Surveyor when he spent £575 on Linton House in 1919 when he bought it from the original owner Edmund Linton Allchin. Jenner's son Reginald Marcus Lionel Jenner was only 17 in 1937 when he died. Beryl records him having had a motor-cycle accident.