Elizabeth Bennett

F, #938, b. between 3 January 1870 and 31 March 1870, d. 2 January 1935
FatherDavid Bennett1 b. bt 20 Feb 1833 - 5 Mar 1833, d. 19 Feb 1910
MotherOlive Booth2 b. bt 1 Jan 1831 - 2 Apr 1831, d. 30 Mar 1918
Relationship2nd great-aunt of Robert Alan Bennett
Birth*between 3 January 1870 and 31 March 1870 Elizabeth Bennett was born between 3 January 1870 and 31 March 1870 at Acton Grange, Cheshire, England, .3,4 
Birth RegMarch 1870 Her birth was registered in the March Quarter of 1870 in the Runcorn Registration District.5 
Baptism21 August 1870 She was baptised on 21 August 1870 at All Saints, Daresbury, Cheshire, England, .6 
(Daughter) Census18712 April 1871 She was listed as the daughter of David Bennett in the 1871 census at Bell House Farm, Acton Grange, Cheshire, England, .7,1 
(Daughter) Census18813 April 1881 She was listed as the daughter of David Bennett in the 1881 census at Norton, Cheshire, England, .2,8 
Residence*11 August 1898 Elizabeth Bennett lived on 11 August 1898 at Ackers Pits, Stockton Heath, Cheshire, England,
Married Name11 August 1898  As of 11 August 1898,her married name was Critchley.9 
Marriage*11 August 1898 She married James Critchley, son of William Critchley and Emma (?), on 11 August 1898 at Christ Church, Latchford, Lancashire, England, .9 
Residence20 July 1899 Elizabeth Critchley and James Critchley lived on 20 July 1899 at 32 Arpley Street, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .10 
(Witness) Baptism20 July 1899 Elizabeth Critchley witnessed the baptism of Muriel Critchley on 20 July 1899 at Holy Trinity, Warrington, Cheshire, England, .10 
Census1901*31 March 1901 She was listed as the wife of James Critchley in the 1901 Census at 32 Arpley Street, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .11 
(Witness) Will23 June 1909 Elizabeth Critchley witnessed the will of David Bennett on 23 June 1909 at 6 Chapel Lane, Stockton Heath, Cheshire, England, .12 
Census1911*2 April 1911 She was listed as the wife of James Critchley in the 1911 Census at 35 Arpley Street, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .13 
Residence*30 March 1918 Elizabeth Critchley and James Critchley lived on 30 March 1918 at 35 Arpley Street, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .14 
Death*2 January 1935 Elizabeth Critchley died on 2 January 1935 at 45 Cawdor Street, Stockton Heath, Cheshire, England, .15 
Burial*4 January 1935 She was buried on 4 January 1935 at St Thomas, Stockton Heath, Cheshire, England, ; E.13.15,16 
Death RegMarch 1935 Elizabeth's death was registered in the March Quarter of 1935 in the Warrington Registration District.17 

Family

James Critchley b. bt 12 Aug 1853 - 31 Mar 1854
Children

Citations

  1. [S2] UK National Census for 1871 for UK, "RG10/3689 f81a p22 98."
  2. [S49] UK National Census for 1881 Index, UK "RG11 Piece 3514 Folio 68 Page 6."
  3. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13_Pc-3578_Fo-114_Pg-29."
  4. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "DAR/8/97."
  5. [S45] Website FreeBMD (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/) "Births Mar 1870 Bennett      Elizabeth            Runcorn      8a     195."
  6. [S308] Baptisms, All Saints, Daresbury, Cheshire, 1868-1881 "p151/1204."
  7. [S2] UK National Census for 1871 for UK, "RG10/3689 f81 p21 98."
  8. [S601] UK National Census for 1881 for UK, "RG11/3514 f68a p6 22."
  9. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "C11/1/194."
  10. [S119] Baptism, Holy Trinity (Warrington), 1885-1914 "p132/1049."
  11. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13_Pc-3578_Fo-114_Pg-29 177."
  12. [S414] Will of David Bennett.
  13. [S2260] UK National Census for 1911 for UK, "RG14PN23170 RG78PN1353 RD459 SD4 ED40 SN128."
  14. [S391] Copy death certificate of Olive Bennett, 30 Marh 1918 "unknown cd."
  15. [S404] Unknown editor ed. St Thomas (Stockton Heath) MI.
  16. [S2216] MI, Grave of David and Olive Bennett & Family.
  17. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Name:      Elizabeth Critchley
    Death Registration Month/Year:      Mar/1935
    Age at death (estimated):      64
    Registration district:      Warrington
    Inferred County:      Lancashire
    Volume:      8c
    Page:      158."

Frank Bennett

M, #939, b. 2 October 1899, d. 4 January 1975
FatherHugh Booth Bennett1,2 b. 8 Dec 1862, d. 19 Apr 1951
MotherEmma Jefferson1,2 b. 27 Jul 1868, d. 12 Apr 1947
RelationshipGrandfather of Robert Alan Bennett
Birth*2 October 1899 Frank Bennett was born on 2 October 1899 at Old Warps, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .3,2 
Baptism3 December 1899 He was baptised on 3 December 1899 at Christ Church, Latchford, Cheshire, England, .4 
(Son) Census190131 March 1901 He was listed as the son of Hugh Booth Bennett in the 1901 Census at 83 Marbury Street, Latchford, Lancashire, England, .5 
Occupation2 April 1911 Frank Bennett was a scholar on 2 April 1911.6 
(Son) Census19112 April 1911 He was listed as the son of Hugh Booth Bennett in the 1911 Census at 2 Hazel Street, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .6 
OccupationSeptember 1915 Frank Bennett was appointed to the Post Office as a learner in September 1915 at Warrington, Lancashire, England, .7 
Milit-Beg*31 October 1917 He began military service on 31 October 1917 at RNVR Mersey Division, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, , His service number was M Z/4722. The M denotes the RNVR Mersey Division and the Z denotes he enrolled after the start of hostilities. His first listed rank was OS (Ordinary Seaman.)8,9
Biography*between 31 October 1917 and 17 February 1919 Frank enrolled in the RNVR as soon as he was 18 and therfore only served during the last year of the conflict. He never served overseas but used his skills acquired through his training in the Post Office to act as a telegraphist.

He enrolled in Liverpool on 31 October 1917 when he was described as 5 feet 11 and half inches tall with a 34 1/4" chest with brown hair and eyes and a dark complexion. His occupation was listed as a sorting clerk and telegraphist. He undertook his basic training on HMS Eagle in the Mersey Docks.

HMS Eagle was a 74-gun third rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 27 February 1804 at Northfleet. In 1830 she was reduced to a 50-gun ship, and became a training ship in 1860. She was renamed HMS Eaglet in 1919, when she was the Royal Naval Reserve training centre for North West England. Eaglet was destroyed by fire in 1926.

On 18 Jan 1918 he was posted to HMS Victory VI for training as a naval telegrapher. He arrived as an Ordinary Seaman but was listed as an Ordinary Telegrapher on his next posting.

During WW1 Crystal Palace was used as a training establishment for the Royal Navy. It was officially known as H.M.S. Victory VI, and informally as HMS Crystal Palace. 125,000 officers and men were trained here.

It was during his time at Crystal Palace he returned home to be married in Warrington.

On 14 May 1918 he left training and was posted to HMS President IV Eastern where he served until 1 July 1918. This was the London accounting base, in operation between 1918 and 1926, handling the accounts of the commands of the Coastguard ships and the Reserves. Its exact location is unknown.

On leaving that posting he moved to HMS Pembroke I on 2 July 1918 where he stayed until the 21 July. This was another shore establishment based at Chatham.

After leaving Pembroke he was posted to HMS Wallington on 22 July 1918. My current research shows that Wallington was the Auxilliary Patrol base at Grimsby. On arrival he was still an Ordinary Telegrapher but by 20 October 1918 he was promoted to Telegrapher. This was his final posting until demob on 17 Feb 1919.9
Residence18 February 1918 He lived on 18 February 1918 at 1 Hazel Street, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .8 
Marriage*18 February 1918 He married Evelyn Roberts, daughter of Edward Roberts and Mary Elizabeth Barton, on 18 February 1918 at Civil Marriage, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .10,8
Milit-End*17 February 1919 Frank Bennett ended military service on 17 February 1919.9 
Medal*26 July 1919 He was presented with the British War Medal. This was a campaign medal of the British Empire, for service in World War I.

The medal was established on 26 July 1919, for issue in silver to officers and men of British and Imperial forces who had rendered service between 5 August 1914 and 11 November 1918.

For the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, and the Dominion and Colonial naval forces, the criteria was 28 days mobilised service, but without the requirement for overseas service. on 26 July 1919..11
Occupation16 June 1927 He was a post office clerk on 16 June 1927.12 
Residence1934 He and Evelyn Bennett lived in 1934 at 33 St Marys Road, Penketh, Lancashire, England,
War*between 1939 and 1945 Frank Bennett was at war between 1939 and 1945 at Royal Corp of Signals, Catterick, Yorkshire, England, ; he was a signals trainer with the rank of sergeant. 
Occupation6 February 1942 He was a civil servant on 6 February 1942.13 
Occupation*after 1945 He was an assistant postmaster after 1945 at Post Office, Warrington, Lancashire, England,
(Witness) Death12 April 1947 He witnessed the death of his mother, Emma, on 12 April 1947 at Park House, Park Avenue, Kinmel Bay, Denbighshire, Wales, .14,15,16 
(Witness) Death19 April 1951 He witnessed the death of his father, Hugh, on 19 April 1951 at Fir Tree Cottage, Stretton, Cheshire, England, .17,18 
(Executor) Probate2 July 1951 He was granted the probate of the estate of Hugh Booth Bennett on 2 July 1951 at Liverpool, Lancashire, England, .19 
Occupation26 March 1955 Frank Bennett was a Post Office Assistant Superintendent on 26 March 1955. 
Retirement*1959 He was retired in 1959; He retired from the Post Office after 43 years service. He received the Imperial Service Medal. 
Occupation4 January 1975 He was a Post Office Superintendent (retired) on 4 January 1975.20 
Death*4 January 1975 He died on 4 January 1975 at General Hospital, Warrington, Lancashire, England, , at age 75.20 
Cremation*8 January 1975 His body was cremated Flag 177 Plot 36 on 8 January 1975 at Walton Lea Crematorium, Walton, Cheshire, England, .21 
Admon*7 March 1975 The estate of Frank Bennett went into administration on 7 March 1975 at Manchester, Lancashire, England, .22 

Family

Evelyn Roberts b. 2 Jan 1898, d. 11 Aug 1979
Children

Citations

  1. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13/3585 32 20a."
  2. [S396] Copy birth certificate of Frank Bennett, 1 Octobre 1899 "unknown cd."
  3. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "WAR/170/372."
  4. [S2117] Website Family Search (https://familysearch.org) "Name: Frank Bennett
    Gender: Male
    Event type: Christening
    Birth date:
    Christening date: 03 Dec 1899
    Marriage date:
    Intended marriage date:
    Death date:
    Burial date:
    Event date:
    Birthplace:
    Christening place: Christ Church, Latchford, Cheshire, England
    Marriage place:
    Intended marriage place:
    Death place:
    Burial place:
    Event place:
    Father's name: Hugh Booth Bennett
    Mother's name: Emma
    Marital status:
    Principal's residence: Christ Church, Latchford, Cheshire, England
    Spouse's name:
    Spouse's marital status:
    Spouse's residence:
    Spouse's father's name:
    Spouse's mother's name:
    Age:
    Image number: 366
    Digital GS number: 4019018
    Film number: 2105799
    Collection: England, Cheshire Parish Registers, 1538-2000."
  5. [S704] UK National Census for 1901 for UK, "RG13/3585 32 20a 192."
  6. [S2260] UK National Census for 1911 for UK, "RG14PN23145 RG78PN1353 RD459 SD4 ED15 SN341."
  7. [S2398] Appointment Book, Post Office, 1737-1969 "Name:      Frank Bennett
    Date Appointed:      Sep 1915
    Place Appointed:      Warrington."
  8. [S397] Copy marriage certificate of Frank Bennett and Evelyn Roberts, 18 February 1918 "unknown cd."
  9. [S3822] Service Record of Frank Bennett "Record was downloaded from the National Archived from within."
  10. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "R58/40."
  11. [S3821] And Ministry of Defence, Navy Department Admiralty, 1793-1972, First name(s):Frank

    Last name:Bennett

    Rank:Telegraphist

    Service number:Mersey Z/4722

    Service branch:Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

    Medals and clasps earned:British War Medal

    How issued or disposed of:Self.

    ADM171 page number:125/175.
  12. [S389] Copy birth certificate of Frank Brian Bennett, 16 June 1927 "unknown cd."
  13. [S563] Original marriage certificate of Jack Bennett and Dorothy Jane Roberts, 6 February 1942 "unknown cd."
  14. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Emma Bennett Aled 8a 360 Jun 1947."
  15. [S258] Copy death certificate of Emma Benett, 12 April 1947 "unknown cd."
  16. [S275] Website North Wales BMD (http://www.northwalesbmd.org.uk) "GELE/04A/30."
  17. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Hugh B BENNETT 88 Runcorn 10a 448 Jun 1951."
  18. [S401] Copy death certificate of Hugh Booth Bennett, 19 April 1951 "unknown cd."
  19. [S3829] Website Find A Will (https://www.gov.uk/search-will-probate) "BENNETT Hugh Booth of Fir Tree Cottage, Tarporley Road, Stretton, Warringotn died 19 April 1951. Probate Liverpool 2 July to Olive Greene (wife of Herbert Greene) and Frank Bennet civil servant. Effects £2384 12s 2d."
  20. [S398] Copy death certificate of Frank Bennett, 4 January 1975 "unknown cd."
  21. [S5] Frank Bennett cremated 8 January 1975 Flag 177 Plot 36.
  22. [S3829] Website Find A Will (https://www.gov.uk/search-will-probate) "BENNETT Frank of 33 St Marys Road, Penketh, Warrington died 4 January 1975 Administration Manchester 7 March £8989 752103176A."

Hugh Booth Bennett

M, #943, b. 8 December 1862, d. 19 April 1951
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Robert Alan Bennett

Jack Bennett

M, #945, b. 13 November 1919, d. 19 November 1998
FatherFrank Bennett1 b. 2 Oct 1899, d. 4 Jan 1975
MotherEvelyn Roberts b. 2 Jan 1898, d. 11 Aug 1979
RelationshipUncle of Robert Alan Bennett
Birth*13 November 1919 Jack Bennett was born on 13 November 1919 at 7 Pinewood Avenue, Warrington, Lancashire, England,
Occupation29 September 1939 He was a Civil Service clerical officer on 29 September 1939.2 
1939 Register*29 September 1939 He was listed as the head of household in the 1939 Register at 50 Whitehall Park Road, Chiswick, Middlesex, England, .2 
Occupation He was a bank clerk at National Savings Bank, Manchester, Lancashire, England,
Occupation6 February 1942 He was a Signalman on 6 February 1942 at Royal Corp of Signals, .1 
Residence*6 February 1942 He lived on 6 February 1942 at 33 St Marys Road, Penketh, Lancashire, England, .1 
Marriage*6 February 1942 He married Dorothy Jane Williams, daughter of Frank Duncan Williams and Rosetta Maud Roberts, on 6 February 1942 at St Paul, Deptford, London, England, .1
Residence*18 May 1949 Jack Bennett and Dorothy Jane Bennett lived on 18 May 1949 at 40 Wyndcliff Road, Flixton, Urmston, Lancashire, England, .3 
Occupation*29 September 1972 Jack Bennett was a Customs & Excise Officer on 29 September 1972 at HM Customs and Excise, Kent, England,
(Witness) Death11 August 1979 He witnessed the death of Evelyn Roberts on 11 August 1979 at 33 St Marys Road, Penketh, Lancashire, England, .4 
Death*19 November 1998 Jack Bennett died on 19 November 1998 at Faversham, Kent, England, , at age 79. 
Funeral*26 November 1998 His funeral was held at St Catherines, Faversham, Kent, England, , on 26 November 1998.5 
Cremation26 November 1998 His body was cremated on 26 November 1998 at Crematorium, Charing, Kent, England, .5 

Family

Dorothy Jane Williams b. 23 Sep 1920, d. 10 Sep 2004
Children

Citations

  1. [S563] Original marriage certificate of Jack Bennett and Dorothy Jane Roberts, 6 February 1942 "unknown cd."
  2. [S3835] National Health Service Register for UK (online image) "Ref: RG101/0677C/017/5 Letter Code: BBCI."
  3. [S564] Unknown author, National Identity Card (UK), 18 May 1949 "unknown cd."
  4. [S384] Copy death certificate of Evelyn Bennett, 11 August 1979 "unknown cd."
  5. [S84] Robert Alan Bennett.

John Thomas 'Jack' Bennett

M, #946, b. 21 December 1890, d. 9 October 1918
FatherPhillip Bennett b. bt 1 Jan 1862 - 27 Mar 1862, d. bt 1 Oct 1894 - 31 Dec 1894
MotherMary Elizabeth Barton b. 7 Apr 1861, d. Feb 1944
RelationshipGreat-uncle of Robert Alan Bennett
Birth*21 December 1890 John Thomas 'Jack' Bennett was born on 21 December 1890 at 54 School Brow, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .1,2,3 
Birth RegMarch 1891 His birth was registered in the March Quarter of 1891 in the Warrington Registration District.4 
Baptism11 January 1891 He was baptised on 11 January 1891 at St Elphin, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .3 
(Grandson) Census18915 April 1891 They was listed as the grandson of Alice Barton in the 1891 census at 54 School Brow, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .1 
Census1901*31 March 1901 He was listed as the nephew of Frances Barton in the 1901 Census at 54 School Brow, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .5 
Education* John Thomas 'Jack' Bennett was educated at National School, Church Street, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .6 
Occupation2 April 1911 He was assisting in the family milk business working at home on 2 April 1911.7 
(Step-son) Census19112 April 1911 He was listed as the step-son of Edward Roberts in the 1911 Census at 58 School Brow, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .7 
Religion* John Thomas 'Jack' Bennett was an attendee at Brick Street Mission in Warrington.6 
Occupation*1916 He was a manager in 1916 at Family Milk Business, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .6,8 
Residence*1916 He lived in 1916 at 126 Gorsey Lane, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .6 
Milit-Beg*1 January 1917 He began military service on 1 January 1917 at The South Lancashire Regiment, , his number was 39044.8 
Biography10 March 1917 Jack wrote a letter from Walney Island to his mother and sisters describing his life in camp.9 
Biography*April 1917 He went on active duty with his regiment.8 
Mltcasualt*August 1917 He was a casualty of the war in August 1917. He was hospitalised at First Southern General Hospital, Kings Heath, Birmingham, England, ; trench fever and exhaustion.8 
Death*9 October 1918 He died on 9 October 1918 at France at age 27; killed in action.10,6 
Burial*after 9 October 1918 He was buried after 9 October 1918 at Anneux British Cemetery, Thiepval, Nord, France.10 
Medal He was presented with the Victory and Britain Medals as a result of his service in France during World War I...11 

Citations

  1. [S72] UK National Census for 1891 for UK, "RG12/3080 f45 p1 8."
  2. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "WAR/132/433."
  3. [S333] Baptism, St Elphin, Warrington, July 1887 - May 1893 "p226/1802."
  4. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "BENNETT, JOHN THOMAS      BARTON GRO Reference: 1891 M Quarter in WARRINGTON Volume 08C Page 221."
  5. [S704] UK National Census for 1901 for UK, "RG13/3584 f134a p4 24."
  6. [S426] Unknown author, 'unknown short article title', "26 October 1918 Edition

    Private John Thomas Bennett, South Lancashire REgiment, whose home was at 126 Gorsey Lane, Warrington, was killed in action on October 9. He was 27 years of age, and was educated at the National Schools, Church-street. He joined the Army in January, 1917. He had been three times to the front, and on various occasions been in hospital suffering from trench fever, heart failure and concussion, the last named resulting from his being blown up by a shell. He was a well known member of Brick Street Mission. Before the war he carried on the business of milk dealer. The second-lieutenant writes :- "I was very sorry to lose him, for he was a good fellow, and was liked by all in his platoon.""
  7. [S2260] UK National Census for 1911 for UK, "RG14PN23143 RG78PN1353 RD459 SD4 ED13 SN54."
  8. [S426] Unknown author, 'unknown short article title', "1 Sep 1917 Edition

    Mrs Mary E Roberts of 126 Gorsey Lane, Warrington has received news that her only son, Private J.T. Bennett, of the South Lancashire Regiment, is in the First Southern General Hospital, King's Heath, Birmingham, suffering from exhaustion and trench fever. He is 26 years of age, and before joining the Army managed the milk business owned by his mother. He was twice rejected but on being called up for re-examination was passed fit for service. Joining the forces on January 1st of this year, he was drafted abroad at the beginning of April, and has taken part in some notable engagements."
  9. [S427] Letter from John Thomas 'Jack' Bennett to Mary E Roberts, 10 March 1917 "unknown cd."
  10. [S50] Website CWGC (www.cwgc.org.uk) "Casualty Details
    Name: BENNETT
    Initials: J T
    Nationality: United Kingdom
    Rank: Private
    Regiment/Service: South Lancashire Regiment
    Unit Text: 2nd/4th Bn.
    Date of Death: 09/10/1918
    Service No: 39044
    Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
    Grave/Memorial Reference: I. C. 27.
    Cemetery: ANNEUX BRITISH CEMETERY."
  11. [S429] Medal Card of John Thomas Bennett "unknown cd."

John Bennett

M, #949, b. between 1 January 1868 and 2 April 1868, d. 15 April 1883
FatherDavid Bennett1 b. bt 20 Feb 1833 - 5 Mar 1833, d. 19 Feb 1910
MotherOlive Booth2 b. bt 1 Jan 1831 - 2 Apr 1831, d. 30 Mar 1918
Relationship2nd great-uncle of Robert Alan Bennett
Birth*between 1 January 1868 and 2 April 1868 John Bennett was born between 1 January 1868 and 2 April 1868 at Acton Grange, Cheshire, England, .3,4 
Baptism20 September 1868 He was baptised on 20 September 1868 at All Saints, Daresbury, Cheshire, England, .5 
(Nephew) Census18712 April 1871 He was listed as the nephew of Thomas Booth in the 1871 census at 69 Chestergate, Macclesfield, Cheshire, England, .4 
(Son) Census18813 April 1881 He was listed as the son of David Bennett in the 1881 census at Norton, Cheshire, England, .2,6 
Death*15 April 1883 John Bennett died on 15 April 1883 at Chorlton in Backford, Cheshire, England, .7,8 
Burial*19 April 1883 He was buried on 19 April 1883 at St Oswald, Backford, Cheshire, England, .7 

Citations

  1. [S2] UK National Census for 1871 for UK, "RG10/3689 f81a p22 98."
  2. [S49] UK National Census for 1881 Index, UK "RG11 Piece 3514 Folio 68 Page 6."
  3. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "DAR/8/54 listed as John BENNET."
  4. [S2] UK National Census for 1871 for UK, "RG10/3674 f56 p15 88."
  5. [S308] Baptisms, All Saints, Daresbury, Cheshire, 1868-1881 "p142/1130."
  6. [S601] UK National Census for 1881 for UK, "RG11/3514 f68a p6 22."
  7. [S57] Burials, St Oswald's Backford, 1875-1981 "p12/93."
  8. [S428] Unknown editor ed. St Oswald (Backford) MI "204 HS Memory of John Bennett of Chorlton died 15 April 1883 aged 15 years."

John Bennett

M, #951, b. 4 February 1946, d. 27 November 2005
FatherJack Bennett b. 13 Nov 1919, d. 19 Nov 1998
MotherDorothy Jane Williams b. 23 Sep 1920, d. 10 Sep 2004
Relationship1st cousin of Robert Alan Bennett
Birth*4 February 1946 John Bennett was born on 4 February 1946 at London, Middlesex, England,
Birth RegMarch 1946 His birth was registered in the March Quarter of 1946 in the Westminster Registration District.1 
(Witness) Residence18 May 1949 He lived with Jack Bennett and Dorothy Jane Bennett on 18 May 1949 at 40 Wyndcliff Road, Flixton, Urmston, Lancashire, England, .2 
Nickname1958  As of 1958, John Bennett also went by the name of Jack.3 
Degree*  John received a BA from Leeds University. 
Biography* John became a member of CND and attended many Aldermaston marches. He was an accomplished trombone player and there are photographs of him playing his instrument on the various marches. 
Death*27 November 2005 He died on 27 November 2005 at Leeds, Yorkshire, England, , at age 59; John died after a long battle with Multiple Sclerosis.4 
Cremation*16 December 2005 His body was cremated on 16 December 2005 at Lawnswood Crematorium, Otley Road, Adel, Leeds, Yorkshire, England,

Citations

  1. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Name:      John Bennett
    Mother's Maiden Surname:      Williams
    Date of Registration:      Jan Feb Mar 1946
    Registration district:      Westminster
    Registration county:      Greater London
    Volume Number:      1a
    Page Number:      642."
  2. [S564] Unknown author, National Identity Card (UK), 18 May 1949 "unknown cd."
  3. [S753] Roger Bennett "John was named Jack by his schoolteacher at grammar school. This name stuck with him throughout his life, although his family always called him John."
  4. [S718] Roger Bennett.

Evelyn Mavis 'Bunny' Bennett

F, #960, b. 7 September 1929, d. 7 July 2015
FatherFrank Bennett b. 2 Oct 1899, d. 4 Jan 1975
MotherEvelyn Roberts b. 2 Jan 1898, d. 11 Aug 1979
RelationshipAunt of Robert Alan Bennett
Birth*7 September 1929 Evelyn Mavis 'Bunny' Bennett was born on 7 September 1929 at Warrington, Lancashire, England,
(Household Member) 1939 Register29 September 1939 They was listed as a member of the household in the 1939 Register at 33 St Marys Road, Penketh, Lancashire, England, .1 
Married Name16 February 1952  As of 16 February 1952,her married name was Gandy. 
Marriage16 February 1952 She married Alan Gandy, son of Charles Edward Gandy and Mary Elizabeth Davies, on 16 February 1952 at Penketh, Lancashire, England,
Residence*19 February 1956 Evelyn Mavis 'Bunny' Gandy and Alan Gandy lived on 19 February 1956 at 25 South Dale, Penketh, Lancashire, England, .2 
Residence30 March 1958 Evelyn Mavis 'Bunny' Gandy and Alan Gandy lived on 30 March 1958 at 25 South Dale, Penketh, Lancashire, England, .3 
(Witness) Death18 August 2001 Evelyn Mavis 'Bunny' Bennett witnessed the death of Alan Gandy on 18 August 2001 at Warrington General Hospital, Warrington, Cheshire, England,
(Witness) Funeral22 September 2004 Evelyn Mavis 'Bunny' Gandy witnessed the funeral of Dorothy Jane Bennett; A moving eulogy was given by her grand-daughter Heather Bennett.4 
(Witness) Cremation16 December 2005 Evelyn Mavis 'Bunny' Gandy was present at the cremation of John Bennett on 16 December 2005 at Lawnswood Crematorium, Otley Road, Adel, Leeds, Yorkshire, England,
Death*7 July 2015 Evelyn Mavis 'Bunny' Gandy died on 7 July 2015 at Warrington General Hospital, Warrington, Cheshire, England, , at age 85. 
Cremation17 July 2015 Her body was cremated on 17 July 2015 at Walton Lea Crematorium, Walton, Cheshire, England,
Funeral*17 July 2015 Her funeral was held at Methodist Chapel, Penketh, Merseyside, England, , on 17 July 2015. 

Family

Alan Gandy b. 20 Nov 1928, d. 18 Aug 2001

Citations

  1. [S3835] National Health Service Register for UK (online image) "Ref: RG101/4960F/003/27 Letter Code: NZRR."
  2. [S856] Baptisms, St Mary, Great Sankey, 1937-1960 "p139/1246."
  3. [S856] Baptisms, St Mary, Great Sankey, 1937-1960 "p156/1404."
  4. [S567] Robert Alan Bennett.

Dorothy Molly Bennett1

F, #962, b. March 1922, d. June 1927
FatherFrank Bennett b. 2 Oct 1899, d. 4 Jan 1975
MotherEvelyn Roberts b. 2 Jan 1898, d. 11 Aug 1979
RelationshipAunt of Robert Alan Bennett
Birth Reg*March 1922 Her birth was registered in the March Quarter of 1922 in the Warrington Registration District.1 
Death Reg*June 1927 Dorothy's death was registered in the June Quarter of 1927 in the Liverpool Registration District.2 

Citations

  1. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "BENNETT, Dorothy M Warrington 8c 403 March 1922 (Mothers Maiden Name = Roberts)."
  2. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "BENNETT, Dorothy M Age = 5 Liverpool 8b 98 June 1927."

Olive Bennett

F, #964, b. 26 December 1893, d. September 1981
FatherHugh Booth Bennett1 b. 8 Dec 1862, d. 19 Apr 1951
MotherEmma Jefferson1 b. 27 Jul 1868, d. 12 Apr 1947
RelationshipGreat-aunt of Robert Alan Bennett
Birth*26 December 1893 Olive Bennett was born on 26 December 1893 at Menston, Yorkshire, England, .2,3,4,5 
Birth RegDecember 1893 Her birth was registered in the December Quarter of 1897 in the South East Leeds Registration District.6,3 
Baptism28 January 1894 She was baptised on 28 January 1894 at St John the Devine, Menston with Woodhead, Yorkshire, England, .7 
(Witness) Residence2 June 1897 She lived with Hugh Booth Bennett and Emma Bennett on 2 June 1897 at 1 Leghorn Street, Pontefract Lane, Leeds, Yorkshire, England, .8 
(Daughter) Census190131 March 1901 She was listed as the daughter of Hugh Booth Bennett in the 1901 Census at 83 Marbury Street, Latchford, Lancashire, England, .9 
Occupation*2 April 1911 Olive Bennett was a lady clerk in an iron works on 2 April 1911.10 
(Daughter) Census19112 April 1911 She was listed as the daughter of Hugh Booth Bennett in the 1911 Census at 2 Hazel Street, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .10 
Residence*27 July 1915 Olive Bennett lived on 27 July 1915 at 1 Hazel Street, Warrington, Lancashire, England,
Married Name27 July 1915  As of 27 July 1915,her married name was Greene. 
Marriage*27 July 1915 She married Herbert Greene, son of John Greene and Ellen Haworth, on 27 July 1915 at St Elphin, Warrington, Lancashire, England,
Occupation29 September 1939 Olive Greene was occupied in unpaid domestic duties (housewife) on 29 September 1939.5 
1939 Register*29 September 1939 She was listed as the wife of Herbert Greene in the 1939 Register at Fir Tree Cottage, Stretton, Cheshire, England, .5 
(Executor) Probate2 July 1951 Olive Greene was granted the probate of the estate of Hugh Booth Bennett on 2 July 1951 at Liverpool, Lancashire, England, .11 
Death Reg*September 1981 Olive's death was registered in the September Quarter of 1981 in the Chester & Ellesmere Port Registration District.4 

Family

Herbert Greene b. 9 Aug 1880, d. Mar 1976
Child

Citations

  1. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13/3585 32 20a."
  2. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK.
  3. [S45] Website FreeBMD (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/) "Births Dec 1893 Bennett      Olive            Leeds      9b     409."
  4. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Deaths Sep 1981 GREENE Olive Chester/E P 35 0034 b. 26 Dec 1893."
  5. [S3835] National Health Service Register for UK (online image) "Ref: RG101/4101I/008/30 Letter Code:."
  6. [S758] Website Yorkshire BMD (http://yorkshirebmd.org.uk/) "BENNETT      Olive           1893      Leeds Southeast      Leeds      Yorkshire      SE/132/471."
  7. [S880] Website Ancestry (www.ancestry.co.uk) "Name:      Olive Bennett
    Birth Date:      abt 1894
    Parish:      Menston With Woodhead, St John The Divine
    Baptism Date:      28 Jan 1894
    Father's name:      Hugh Booth Bennett
    Mother's name:      Emma Bennett."
  8. [S2311] Copy death certificate of Mary Bennett, 2 June 1897 "unknown cd."
  9. [S704] UK National Census for 1901 for UK, "RG13/3585 32 20a 192."
  10. [S2260] UK National Census for 1911 for UK, "RG14PN23145 RG78PN1353 RD459 SD4 ED15 SN341."
  11. [S3829] Website Find A Will (https://www.gov.uk/search-will-probate) "BENNETT Hugh Booth of Fir Tree Cottage, Tarporley Road, Stretton, Warringotn died 19 April 1951. Probate Liverpool 2 July to Olive Greene (wife of Herbert Greene) and Frank Bennet civil servant. Effects £2384 12s 2d."

Olive Bennett

F, #965, b. 14 December 1924, d. 16 March 2005
Olive Bennett 1943
FatherFrank Bennett b. 2 Oct 1899, d. 4 Jan 1975
MotherEvelyn Roberts b. 2 Jan 1898, d. 11 Aug 1979
RelationshipAunt of Robert Alan Bennett
Birth*14 December 1924 Olive Bennett was born on 14 December 1924 at 7 Pinewood Avenue, Warrington, Lancashire, England,
(Household Member) 1939 Register29 September 1939 They was listed as a member of the household in the 1939 Register at 33 St Marys Road, Penketh, Lancashire, England, .1 
Occupation* She was a tracer (draughtswoman.) 
Married Name26 November 1949  As of 26 November 1949,her married name was Bostock. 
Marriage*26 November 1949 She married John Edwin 'Eddie' Bostock, son of Charles Bostock and Joyce Cliffe, on 26 November 1949 at Penketh Methodist Church, Penketh, Lancashire, England, .
(Godmother) Baptism19 February 1956 Olive Bennett stood as a godmother at the baptism of Stephen Alan Gandy on 19 February 1956 at St Mary, Great Sankey, Lancashire, England, .2 
Married Name14 December 1978  As of 14 December 1978,her married name was Morris. 
Marriage14 December 1978 Olive Bostock married Leonard Morris, son of (?) Morris and (?) Houghton, on 14 December 1978 at Penketh Methodist Church, Penketh, Lancashire, England,
Biography*1998 She lived with her son David and his family in Billinge from 1998 up to her death. 
Death*16 March 2005 Olive Morris died on 16 March 2005 at St Helens Hospital, St Helens, Merseyside, England, , at age 80. 
Cremation*22 March 2005 Her body was cremated on 22 March 2005 at Walton Lea Crematorium, Walton, Cheshire, England,

Family

John Edwin 'Eddie' Bostock b. 5 Aug 1922, d. 20 Jan 1976

Citations

  1. [S3835] National Health Service Register for UK (online image) "Ref: RG101/4960F/003/27 Letter Code: NZRR."
  2. [S856] Baptisms, St Mary, Great Sankey, 1937-1960 "p139/1246."

Randall Bennett

M, #967, b. between 1 July 1872 and 30 September 1872, d. 5 December 1930
FatherDavid Bennett1 b. bt 20 Feb 1833 - 5 Mar 1833, d. 19 Feb 1910
MotherOlive Booth1 b. bt 1 Jan 1831 - 2 Apr 1831, d. 30 Mar 1918
Relationship2nd great-uncle of Robert Alan Bennett
Birth*between 1 July 1872 and 30 September 1872 Randall Bennett was born between 1 July 1872 and 30 September 1872 at Acton Grange, Cheshire, England, .2,3,4 
Baptism20 October 1872 He was baptised on 20 October 1872 at All Saints, Daresbury, Cheshire, England, .5 
Name Variation20 October 1872  As of 20 October 1872, Randall Bennett was also known as Randle.6 
(Son) Census18813 April 1881 He was listed as the son of David Bennett in the 1881 census at Norton, Cheshire, England, .1,7 
(Son) Census18915 April 1891 He was listed as the son of David Bennett in the 1891 census at Vine House, Savile Lane, Clifton, Yorkshire, England, .8 
Occupation5 April 1891 Randall Bennett was a cartwright on 5 April 1891.8 
Occupation*11 June 1904 He was a carpenter on 11 June 1904 at Stockton Heath, Cheshire, England,
Marriage*11 June 1904 He married Annie Butterworth, daughter of Thomas Butterworth and Elizabeth Mee, on 11 June 1904 at Christ Church, Latchford, Lancashire, England, .9,10 
(Witness) Will23 June 1909 Randall Bennett witnessed the will of David Bennett on 23 June 1909 at 6 Chapel Lane, Stockton Heath, Cheshire, England, .11 
(Witness) Death19 February 1910 Randall Bennett witnessed the death of David Bennett on 19 February 1910 at 6 Chapel Lane, Stockton Heath, Cheshire, England, .12,13,4 
Residence*19 February 1910 Randall Bennett lived on 19 February 1910 at 15 Powell Street, Latchford, Lancashire, England, .13 
Occupation2 April 1911 He was a wheelwright assistant on 2 April 1911.14 
Census1911*2 April 1911 He was listed as the head of household in the 1911 Census at 15 Powell Street, Latchford, Lancashire, England, .14 
Death*5 December 1930 He died on 5 December 1930 at 17 Powell Street, Latchford, Cheshire, England, .4,15,16 
Burial*8 December 1930 He was buried on 8 December 1930 at St Thomas, Stockton Heath, Cheshire, England, ; E.13.16 

Family

Annie Butterworth b. bt 12 Jun 1874 - 5 Jan 1875, d. 1 May 1960
Children

Citations

  1. [S49] UK National Census for 1881 Index, UK "RG11 Piece 3514 Folio 68 Page 6."
  2. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "DAR/9/49 listed as Randal BENNET."
  3. [S45] Website FreeBMD (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/) "Randal BENNETT Sep 1872 Runcorn 8a 206."
  4. [S404] Unknown editor ed. St Thomas (Stockton Heath) MI.
  5. [S308] Baptisms, All Saints, Daresbury, Cheshire, 1868-1881 "p170/1276."
  6. [S308] Baptisms, All Saints, Daresbury, Cheshire, 1868-1881 "p160/1276."
  7. [S601] UK National Census for 1881 for UK, "RG11/3514 f68a p6 22."
  8. [S72] UK National Census for 1891 for UK, "RG12/3584 f97 p23 148."
  9. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Warrington : C11/1/258."
  10. [S2117] Website Family Search (https://familysearch.org) "Name: Randall Bennett
    Gender: Male
    Event Type: Marriage
    Birth Date:
    Christening Date:
    Marriage Date: 11 Jun 1904
    Banns Date:
    Death Date:
    Burial Date:
    Event Date:
    Birthplace:
    Christening Place:
    Marriage Place: Latchford, Cheshire, England
    Banns Place:
    Death Place:
    Burial Place:
    Event Place:
    Father's Name: David Bennett
    Mother's Name:
    Principal's Marital Status:
    Principal's Residence: Christ Church, Latchford, Cheshire, England
    Spouse's Name: Annie Butterworth
    Spouse's Marital Status:
    Spouse's Residence: Christ Church, Latchford, Cheshire, England
    Spouse's Father: Thomas Butterworth
    Spouse's Mother:
    Age: 31y
    Image Number: 510
    Digital Folder Number: 4019018
    Film Number: 2105799
    Collection: England, Cheshire Parish Registers, 1538-2000."
  11. [S414] Will of David Bennett.
  12. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "BUD/16/117."
  13. [S403] Copy death certificate of David Bennett, 19 February 1910 "unknown cd."
  14. [S2260] UK National Census for 1911 for UK, "RG14PN23178 RG78PN1353 RD459 SD4 ED48 SN299."
  15. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "DeathDec 1930 BENNETT Randall     58     Warrington 8c 190."
  16. [S2326] Burial Transcript, St Thomas, Stockton Heath, 21 October1916 - 24 June 1944 "p104/830."
  17. [S79] E-mails from Mike Grover to Alan Bennett, 2002 "unknown cd."

William Bennett

M, #972, b. between 19 April 1866 and 31 December 1866
FatherDavid Bennett1 b. bt 20 Feb 1833 - 5 Mar 1833, d. 19 Feb 1910
MotherOlive Booth1 b. bt 1 Jan 1831 - 2 Apr 1831, d. 30 Mar 1918
Relationship2nd great-uncle of Robert Alan Bennett
Birth*between 19 April 1866 and 31 December 1866 William Bennett was born between 19 April 1866 and 31 December 1866 at Acton Grange, Cheshire, England, .2,1,3 
Baptism21 July 1867 He was baptised on 21 July 1867 at All Saints, Daresbury, Cheshire, England, .4 
(Son) Census18712 April 1871 He was listed as the son of David Bennett in the 1871 census at Bell House Farm, Acton Grange, Cheshire, England, .5,6 
Occupation2 April 1871 William Bennett was a scholar on 2 April 1871.6 
(Son) Census18813 April 1881 He was listed as the son of David Bennett in the 1881 census at Norton, Cheshire, England, .7,8 
Occupation5 April 1891 William Bennett was a butcher on 5 April 1891.9 
(Boarder) Census18915 April 1891 They was listed as a boarder in the household of William Rushworth in the 1891 census at Thomas Street, Halifax, Yorkshire, England, .9 
Occupation18 April 1892 William Bennett was a butcher on 18 April 1892.3 
Marriage*18 April 1892 He married Eveline Elizabeth Anderson, daughter of Charles Anderson and Elizabeth Davis, on 18 April 1892 at St John, Halifax, Yorkshire, England, .10,11,12,3 
Residence*16 April 1893 William Bennett and Eveline Elizabeth Bennett lived on 16 April 1893 at 27 Clough Hill Terrae, Skircoat, Yorkshire, England, .13 
Occupation31 March 1901 William Bennett was a butcher manager on 31 March 1901 at Newton in Makerfield, Lancashire, England, .14 
Census1901*31 March 1901 He was listed as the head of household in the 1901 Census at 14 Cross Lane, Newton in Makerfield, Lancashire, England, .14 
(Witness) Will23 June 1909 He witnessed the will of David Bennett on 23 June 1909 at 6 Chapel Lane, Stockton Heath, Cheshire, England, .15 
Residence*19 January 1910 William Bennett lived on 19 January 1910 at Moosomin, Saskatchewan, Canada.16 

Family

Eveline Elizabeth Anderson b. bt 19 Apr 1869 - 12 Sep 1869
Children

Citations

  1. [S171] Baptisms, All Saints, Daresbury, Cheshire, 1841-1868 "1080."
  2. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "DAR/8/14."
  3. [S293] Marriages, St John (Halifax), c1892 "p65/129."
  4. [S171] Baptisms, All Saints, Daresbury, Cheshire, 1841-1868 "p135/1080."
  5. [S2] UK National Census for 1871 for UK, "RG10/3689 f81 p21 98."
  6. [S2] UK National Census for 1871 for UK, "RG10/3689 f81a p22 98."
  7. [S49] UK National Census for 1881 Index, UK "RG11 Piece 3514 Folio 68 Page 6."
  8. [S601] UK National Census for 1881 for UK, "RG11/3514 f68a p6 22."
  9. [S72] UK National Census for 1891 for UK, "RG12/3587 f116a p10 64."
  10. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13/3578 51 31."
  11. [S45] Website FreeBMD (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/) "Marriages Jun 1892 ANDERSON Eveline Elizabeth Halifax 9a 713."
  12. [S45] Website FreeBMD (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/) "Marriages Jun 1892 BENNETT William Halifax 9a 713."
  13. [S292] Baptisms, St John (Halifax), 1888-1896 "p191/1523."
  14. [S704] UK National Census for 1901 for UK, "RG13/3575 f31 p51 269."
  15. [S414] Will of David Bennett.
  16. [S2266] Website Find My Past (www.findmypast.com) "First name(s)     Kenneth Gilbert
    Last name     Bennett
    Birth year     1896
    Birth date     16 Sep 1896
    Event year     1910
    School name     Warrington, Boteler Grammar School
    Town          Warrington
    County          Cheshire
    Country          England
    Parent name(s)     Mrs Bennett
    Book type     Admissions
    Archive reference     SL382/4/6
    Folio / page no.     -
    Archive          Cheshire Archives & Local Studies
    Record set     National School Admission Registers & Log-books 1870-1914
    Category          Education & work
    Subcategory     Schools & education
    Collections from     Great Britain."

Elizabeth 'Betsy' Chadwick1

F, #973, b. 10 October 1848, d. 30 January 1882
FatherWilliam Chadwick b. bt 31 Mar 1821 - 23 May 1821
MotherAlice (?)2 b. bt 31 Mar 1821 - 30 Mar 1822
Relationship2nd great-grandmother of Susan Brown
Birth*10 October 1848 Elizabeth 'Betsy' Chadwick was born on 10 October 1848 at Lowton, Lancashire, England, .3,2 
Baptism3 December 1848 She was baptised on 3 December 1848 at St Peter, Newton in Makerfield, Lancashire, England, .2 
Name-Comm Her was more commonly known as Betsy.4 
(Daughter) Census185130 March 1851 She was listed as the daughter of William Chadwick in the 1851 census at Park Side, Newton in Makerfield, Lancashire, England, .5 
Residence*17 February 1866 Elizabeth 'Betsy' Chadwick and Eli Hibbert lived on 17 February 1866 at Newton in Makerfield, Lancashire, England,
Married Name20 August 1866  As of 20 August 1866,her married name was Betsy Hibbert.6,7 
Marriage*20 August 1866 Elizabeth 'Betsy' Chadwick married Eli Hibbert, son of David Hibbert and Sarah Rhodes, on 20 August 1866 at St Peter, Newton in Makerfield, Lancashire, England, .7,6 
Census1871*2 April 1871 She was listed as the wife of Eli Hibbert in the 1871 census at 29 Parker Street, Chorley, Lancashire, England, .8 
Census1881*3 April 1881 She was listed as the wife of Eli Hibbert in the 1881 census at Kenyon lane, Kenyon, Lancashire, England, .9 
Death*30 January 1882 Betsy Hibbert died on 30 January 1882 at Kenyon, Lancashire, England, , at age 33.4 
Burial*1 February 1882 She was buried on 1 February 1882 at St Luke, Lowton, Lancashire, England, ; Section 2 Row 4.4 

Family

Eli Hibbert b. bt 21 Aug 1845 - 30 Sep 1845, d. 19 Mar 1908
Children

Citations

  1. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptisms: 28 May 1871 St Laurence, Chorley, Lancashire, England
    Sarah Alice Hibbert - Child of Eli Hibbert & Betsy
    Abode: Chorley
    Occupation: Maker-up
    Baptised by: Fredk. J. Owens
    Register: Baptisms 1851 - 1876, Page 305, Entry 2439
    Source: LDS Film 1517687."
  2. [S277] Baptisms, BVRI, CHADWICK, Betsey     Christening
         Gender:     Female
         Birth Date:     10 Oct 1848     
         Christening Date:     3 Dec 1848     Recorded in:     Newton-in-Makerfield, Lancashire, England
                   Collection:     St Peter; BTs
         Father:     William CHADWICK
         Mother:     Alice
    Source:     FHL Film 1469068     Dates:     1845 - 1868.
  3. [S72] UK National Census for 1891 for UK, "RG12/3079 f91 p1 2."
  4. [S684] Burial, St Luke (Lowton), 1813-1889 "p175/1399."
  5. [S40] UK National Census for 1851 for UK, "HO 107/2202 f143 p38 134."
  6. [S45] Website FreeBMD (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/) "Marriages Sep 1866 HIBBERT Eli Warrington 8c 145."
  7. [S45] Website FreeBMD (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/) "Marriages Sep 1866 CHADWICK Elizabeth Warrington 8c 145."
  8. [S2] UK National Census for 1871 for UK, "RG10/4197 f35a p18 98."
  9. [S49] UK National Census for 1881 Index, UK "RG11/3801 f171 p7."
  10. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 24 Sep 1873 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Prescilla Hibbert - Child of Eli Hibbert & Betsy
    Abode: Lowton
    Occupation: Maker up
    Baptised by: Thos. Forster, Rector
    Register: Baptisms 1845 - 1886 from the Bishop's Transcripts, Page 60
    Source: LDS Film 1469067."

John Edwin 'Eddie' Bostock1

M, #975, b. 5 August 1922, d. 20 January 1976
FatherCharles Bostock b. 29 May 1897
MotherJoyce Cliffe2 b. 4 Jun 1901
Birth*5 August 1922 John Edwin 'Eddie' Bostock was born on 5 August 1922 at Higher Whitley, Cheshire, England, .1,3 
Birth RegSeptember 1922 His birth was registered in the September Quarter of 1922 in the Runcorn Registration District.4 
Occupation*29 September 1939 He was an assistant to a milk dealer on 29 September 1939.3 
(Son) 1939 Register29 September 1939 He was listed as the son of Charles Bostock in the 1939 Register at 38 Chapel Lane, Stretton, Cheshire, England, .3 
Marriage*26 November 1949 John Edwin 'Eddie' Bostock married Olive Bennett, daughter of Frank Bennett and Evelyn Roberts, on 26 November 1949 at Penketh Methodist Church, Penketh, Lancashire, England, .
Death*20 January 1976 John Edwin 'Eddie' Bostock died on 20 January 1976 at 25 St Marys Road, Penketh, Lancashire, England, , at age 53.1 
Cremation*after 20 January 1976 His body was cremated after 20 January 1976 at Walton Lea Crematorium, Walton, Cheshire, England,

Family

Olive Bennett b. 14 Dec 1924, d. 16 Mar 2005

Citations

  1. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Death Mar 1976 BOSTOCK John Edwin b. 5 Aug 1922 Warrington 35 1405."
  2. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Birth Sep 1922 BOSTOCK John E (Mother Cliffe) Runcorn 8a 344."
  3. [S3835] National Health Service Register for UK (online image) "Ref: RG101/4101H/010/24 Letter Code: LG01."
  4. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Name: John E Bostock
    Mother's Maiden Surname: Cliffe
    Date of Registration: Jul Aug Sep 1922
    Registration district: Runcorn
    Registration county: Cheshire
    Volume Number: 8a
    Page Number: 344."

Beatrice Brellisford

F, #978, b. 3 July 1903, d. 30 September 1975
FatherEdward Brellisford1 b. bt 4 Apr 1853 - 3 Apr 1854, d. b 25 Jun 1932
MotherMargaret Jones2,1 b. bt 28 Jun 1861 - 31 Mar 1862
Birth*3 July 1903 Beatrice Brellisford was born on 3 July 1903 at West Derby, Lancashire, England, .1 
(Witness) Baptism17 February 1929 She witnessed the baptism of Edith Alice Jones on 17 February 1929 at St Philemon, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, .3 
Occupation*25 June 1932 Beatrice Brellisford was a film company dispatch clerk on 25 June 1932 at Pathe Gazette, Islington, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, .4 
Residence*25 June 1932 She lived on 25 June 1932 at 85 Cranborne Road, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, .4 
Married Name25 June 1932  As of 25 June 1932,her married name was Loughlin.4 
Marriage*25 June 1932 She married George Frederick Loughlin, son of George Loughlin and Margaret Lloyd, on 25 June 1932 at Earle Road Presbyterian Church, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, .4 
Residence*circa 1933 Beatrice Loughlin and George Frederick Loughlin lived circa 1933 at Van Dyke Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, . They had moved back home to live with his parents. Ena was reported to have cried a lot by Georges sister Jean.5 
Death*30 September 1975 Beatrice Brellisford died on 30 September 1975 at age 72. 

Family

George Frederick Loughlin b. 18 Jun 1907, d. 25 Nov 2003
Child

Citations

  1. [S438] Copy birth certificate of Beatrice Brellisford, 3 July 1903 "unknown cd."
  2. [S227] George Brellisford, "Email from George Brellisford (23/3/2003) #1," e-mail to Alan Bennett, 23 March 2003.
  3. [S443] Unknown author, Parish Church Magazine, May 1929 "unknown cd."
  4. [S439] Original marriage certificate of George Frederick Loughlin and Beatrice Brellisford, 25 June 1932 "unknown cd."
  5. [S1865] E-mails from Sandra Bulloack to Alan Bennett, 2008- "unknown cd."

Harry Herbert Bretherton

M, #979, b. 18 September 1887
FatherHarry Herbert Bretherton1,2 b. bt 8 Apr 1856 - 1 Aug 1856, d. Jul 1921
MotherMary Edgar3 b. bt 15 Aug 1855 - 31 Dec 1855, d. Feb 1933
Birth*18 September 1887 Harry Herbert Bretherton was born on 18 September 1887 at 150 Winwick Road, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .4,5,6,7,2 
Baptism23 October 1887 He was baptised on 23 October 1887 at St Anne, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .2 
(Son) Census18915 April 1891 He was listed as the son of Harry Herbert Bretherton in the 1891 census at 150 Winwick Road, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .7 
Occupation31 March 1901 Harry Herbert Bretherton was an iron merchants office boy on 31 March 1901 at Warrington, Lancashire, England, .6 
(Son) Census190131 March 1901 He was listed as the son of an unknown person in the 1901 Census at 150 Winwick Road, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .3,6 
Employment*11 October 1911 He was employed by a solicitors clerk on 11 October 1911.8 
(Witness) Probate11 October 1911 He witnessed the probate of the estate of Edward Roberts on 11 October 1911 at Liverpool, Lancashire, England, .9 
(Witness) Marriage27 July 1914 Harry Herbert Bretherton witnessed the marriage of Harold Edgar Bretherton and Alice Ann Redfern on 27 July 1914 at St Paul, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .10,11 
Occupation27 September 1915 Harry Herbert Bretherton was a solicitors clerk on 27 September 1915.4 
Residence*27 September 1915 He lived on 27 September 1915 at 105 Bewsey Road, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .4 
Marriage*27 September 1915 He married Jane Ann 'Ginny' Bennett, daughter of Phillip Bennett and Mary Elizabeth Barton, on 27 September 1915 at St Paul, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .4,12,13 
Occupation*29 September 1939 Harry Herbert Bretherton was a solicitors cashier on 29 September 1939.14 
1939 Register*29 September 1939 He was listed as the head of household in the 1939 Register at 261a Winwick Road, Warrington, Lancashire, England, .14 

Family

Jane Ann 'Ginny' Bennett b. Sep 1887, d. Dec 1956
Child

Citations

  1. [S51] Marriage, St Paul, Warrington, 9/3/1877-11/7/1881 "p202/404."
  2. [S2266] Website Find My Past (www.findmypast.com) "Forenames:      Harry Herbert
    Surname:      Bretherton
    Sex:           Male      
    Christening Year:      1887
    Christening Date:      23 Oct 1887
    Date of Birth:      13 Sep 1887
    Place of Birth:      
    Father's Forenames:      Harry Herbert
    Father's Surname:      Bretherton
    Mother's Forename:      Mary
    Mother's Surname:      
    Record Group:      Part 1 - 1
    Record Number:      22
    Parish:      St. Anne
    City or Town:      Warrington
    County:      Cheshire."
  3. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13_Pc-3582_Fo-27a_Pg-7 41."
  4. [S52] Marriage, St Paul, Warrington, 18/9/1907-22/12/1917 "p202/404."
  5. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "WAR/120/133."
  6. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13_Pc-3582_Fo-28_Pg-8 41."
  7. [S72] UK National Census for 1891 for UK, "RG12/3078 f79a p16 85."
  8. [S56] Index to unknown record type, unknown second location, unknown period "1911 ROBERTS Edward of 58 School Brow, Warrington, Dairyman. Died 20 September 1911. Orobate Liverpool 11 October 1911 to James Horsfield - fitter and Harris Herbert Bretherton (the younger) solicitors cerk. Effects £297 12s 8d."
  9. [S56] Index to unknown record type, unknown second location, unknown period "1911 ROBERTS Edward of 58 School Brow, Warrington, Dairyman. Died 20 September 1911. Probate Liverpool 11 October 1911 to James Horsfield - fitter and Harry Herbert Bretherton (the younger) solicitors clerk. Effects £297 12s 8d."
  10. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "C27/15/357."
  11. [S52] Marriage, St Paul, Warrington, 18/9/1907-22/12/1917 "p179/357."
  12. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "C27/15/404."
  13. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Marriage: 27 Sep 1915 St Paul, Warrington, Lancs.
    Harry Herbert Bretherton - 28, Solicitor's Clerk, Bachelor, 105 Bewsey Rd.
    Jane Ann Bennett - 28, Spinster, 58 School Brow
    Groom's Father: Harry Herbert Bretherton, Coal Agent
    Bride's Father: Phillip Bennett, (deceased), Tinsmith
    Witness: Harold Edgar Bretherton; Evelyn Roberts
    Married by banns by: Edward Downham (Curate)
    Register: Marriages 1907 - 1917, Page 202, Entry 404
    Source: Original Parish Register."
  14. [S3835] National Health Service Register for UK (online image) "Ref: RG101/4959B/003/33 Letter Code: NZRD."

John Harold Edgar Bretherton1,2

M, #980, b. 30 August 1918, d. July 1997
FatherHarry Herbert Bretherton b. 18 Sep 1887
MotherJane Ann 'Ginny' Bennett1 b. Sep 1887, d. Dec 1956
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Robert Alan Bennett
Birth*30 August 1918 John Harold Edgar Bretherton was born on 30 August 1918 at Warrington, Lancashire, England, .2 
Birth RegSeptember 1918 His birth was registered in the September Quarter of 1918 in the Warrington Registration District.1 
Occupation* He was a police inspector. 
Death Reg*July 1997 John's death was registered in the July of 1997 in the Bedford Registration District.2 

Citations

  1. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Name:      John H E Bretherton
    Mother's Maiden Surname:      Bennett
    Date of Registration:      Jul Aug Sep 1918
    Registration district:      Warrington
    Registration county:      Cheshire
    Volume Number:      8c
    Page Number:      364."
  2. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Name: John Harold E Bretherton
    Birth Date: 30 Aug 1918
    Death Registration Month/Year: Jul 1997
    Age at death (estimated): 78
    Registration district: Bedford
    Inferred County: Bedfordshire
    Register number: B41C
    District and Subdistrict: 3091B
    Entry number: 73."

Albert Brown

M, #983, b. 30 May 1900, d. 5 January 1942
FatherEnos Brown1,2 b. 1 Nov 1871, d. 4 Sep 1951
MotherEllen Davies1,2 b. 4 Mar 1874, d. 13 Mar 1953
RelationshipGreat-uncle of Susan Brown
Birth*30 May 1900 Albert Brown was born on 30 May 1900 at Lowton, Lancashire, England, .2 
Birth RegSeptember 1900 His birth was registered in the September Quarter of 1900 in the Lowton Sub-Registration District.3,4 
Baptism9 September 1900 He was baptised on 9 September 1900 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .2 
(Son) Census190131 March 1901 He was listed as the son of Enos Brown in the 1901 Census at Lowton, Lancashire, England, .5 
Occupation2 April 1911 Albert Brown was a scholar on 2 April 1911.6 
(Son) Census19112 April 1911 He was listed as the son of Enos Brown in the 1911 Census at 4 Gregorys Row (off Sandy Lane), Lowton, Lancashire, England, .6 
Marriage*1927 Albert Brown married Maggie Thomas in 1927 at Lane Head Methodist Church, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .7 
Residence*5 January 1942 Albert Brown lived on 5 January 1942 at 138 Plank Lane, Leigh, Lancashire, England,
Occupation*5 January 1942 He was a driller (Colliery) on 5 January 1942 at Leigh, Lancashire, England,
Death*5 January 1942 He died on 5 January 1942 at No. 4 Pit, Plank Lane Colliery, Leigh, Lancashire, England, , at age 41; gas explosion.8 

Family

Maggie Thomas

Citations

  1. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13/3588 f15."
  2. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 9 Sep 1900 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Albert Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Born: 30 May 1900
    Abode: Lowton St Mary's
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Francis Smith, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 113, Entry 904
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  3. [S45] Website FreeBMD (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/) "Births Sep 1900 Brown Albert Leigh 8c 277."
  4. [S1051] Website Lancashire BMD (http://lancashirebmd.org.uk/) "Wigan & Leigh : LOW/33/291."
  5. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13/3588 f15 146."
  6. [S2260] UK National Census for 1911 for UK, "RG14PN23190 RG78PN1355 RD460 SD1 ED6 SN196."
  7. [S1051] Website Lancashire BMD (http://lancashirebmd.org.uk/) "BROWN      Albert      THOMAS      Maggie      1927      Lane Head Methodist Church,Lowton      Wigan & Leigh      Lancashire      A51L/2/14."
  8. [S951] N/a, 'n/a', "Explosion occurred just before midnight on shift changeover killing 6 and injuring 4. Inquest started 2 days later on the Wednesday. Story was reported in Leigh Journal 9 January 1942. Body was identified by his brother Thomas, who was also a collier."

William Alfred 'Billy' Brown

M, #985, b. 16 March 1895, d. 11 June 1972
FatherEnos Brown1,2,3 b. 1 Nov 1871, d. 4 Sep 1951
MotherEllen Davies1,2 b. 4 Mar 1874, d. 13 Mar 1953
RelationshipGreat-uncle of Susan Brown
Birth*16 March 1895 William Alfred 'Billy' Brown was born on 16 March 1895 at Lowton, Lancashire, England, .4 
Baptism12 May 1895 He was baptised on 12 May 1895 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .2 
Birth RegJune 1895 His birth was registered in the June Quarter of 1895 in the Lowton Sub-Registration District.5,6,7 
(Witness) Marriage28 June 1896 He witnessed the marriage of Frederick Walter Biddulph and Cinderella Brown on 28 June 1896 at St Peter, Congleton, Cheshire, England, .8,9 
(Son) Census190131 March 1901 He was listed as the son of Enos Brown in the 1901 Census at Lowton, Lancashire, England, .10 
Occupation2 April 1911 William Alfred 'Billy' Brown was a cotton spinner (scavenger) on 2 April 1911.6 
(Son) Census19112 April 1911 He was listed as the son of Enos Brown in the 1911 Census at 4 Gregorys Row (off Sandy Lane), Lowton, Lancashire, England, .6 
Marriage*7 June 1916 William Alfred 'Billy' Brown married Eliza Ann 'Annie' Ridyard, daughter of Joseph Ridyard and Eliza Leigh Booth, on 7 June 1916 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .11,3 
Occupation7 December 1919 William Alfred 'Billy' Brown was a miner on 7 December 1919.12 
Occupation6 February 1921 He was a miner on 6 February 1921.13 
Occupation15 October 1922 He was a miner on 15 October 1922.14 
Occupation24 February 1929 He was a collier on 24 February 1929.15 
Occupation* He was a market gardener at Davenham, Cheshire, England,
Death*11 June 1972 He died on 11 June 1972 at 18 Church Street, Davenham, Cheshire, England, , at age 77. 
Burial*15 June 1972 He was buried on 15 June 1972 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England,

Family

Eliza Ann 'Annie' Ridyard b. bt 29 Aug 1892 - 28 Aug 1893, d. 28 Aug 1967
Children

Citations

  1. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13/3588 f15."
  2. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 12 May 1895 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    William Alfred Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Abode: Lowton St. Mary's
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Wm. Berridge, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 97, Entry 771
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  3. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Marriage: 7 Jun 1916 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    William Alfred Brown - 21, Miner, Bachelor, 15 Carr Lane
    Eliza Ann Ridyard - 22, Spinster, 84,Newton Road
    Groom's Father: Enos Brown, Miner
    Bride's Father: Joseph Ridyard, deceased, Miner
    Witness: Gladys Mary Battersby; Fred Brown
    Married by Banns by: Benj. Webster, Vicar
    Register: Marriages 1862 - 1929, Page 125, Entry 250
    Source: Original Parish Register."
  4. [S949] E-mails from Dennis Wood to Alan Bennett, Jul 2007- "unknown cd."
  5. [S1051] Website Lancashire BMD (http://lancashirebmd.org.uk/) "Wigan & Leigh : LOW/30/68."
  6. [S2260] UK National Census for 1911 for UK, "RG14PN23190 RG78PN1355 RD460 SD1 ED6 SN196."
  7. [S45] Website FreeBMD (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/) "Births Jun 1895 Brown      William Alfred            Leigh      8c     284."
  8. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "506/3/346."
  9. [S55] Marriages, St Peter, Congleton, 1891-1903 "p178/346."
  10. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13/3588 f15 146."
  11. [S1051] Website Lancashire BMD (http://lancashirebmd.org.uk/) "RIDYARD      Eliza Ann      BROWN      William Alfred      1916      Lowton St. Mary      Wigan & Leigh      Lancashire      C12L/1/250."
  12. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 7 Dec 1919 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    William Brown - [Child] of William Alfred Brown & Eliza Ann
    Born: 7 Dec 1919
    Abode: 62, Newton Rd, Lowton St Mary's
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: Geo. Arthur Guest, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 191, Entry 1524
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  13. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 6 Feb 1921 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Annie Brown - [Child] of William Alfred Brown & Eliza Ann
    Born: 4 Jan 1921
    Abode: 225, Twist Lane, Leigh
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: Geo. Arthur Guest, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 195, Entry 1554
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  14. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 15 Oct 1922 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Edna Brown - [Child] of William Alfred Brown & Eliza Ann
    Born: 10 Sep 1922
    Abode: 225, Twist Lane, Leigh
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: Geo. Arthur Guest, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1922 - 1958, Page 1, Entry 7
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  15. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 24 Feb 1929 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Harry Brown - [Child] of William Alfred Brown & Eliza Anne
    Born: 27 Jan 1929
    Abode: 86, Newton Road, Lowton
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: W.S. Jones, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1922 - 1958, Page 17
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."

Edith Alice Brown

F, #988, b. 2 September 1924, d. 7 March 2006
FatherEnos Brown1 b. 18 Sep 1898, d. 3 Jan 1977
MotherLily Dodd1 b. 4 Mar 1904, d. 31 Jan 1968
RelationshipAunt of Susan Brown
Birth*2 September 1924 Edith Alice Brown was born on 2 September 1924 at 6 Cedar Avenue, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .1 
Baptism5 October 1924 She was baptised on 5 October 1924 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .1 
Confirmation*10 May 1939 She was confirmed on 10 May 1939 at St Luke, Lowton, Lancashire, England,
Occupation*29 September 1939 She was a .......... assistant on 29 September 1939.2 
(Daughter) 1939 Register29 September 1939 She was listed as the daughter of Enos Brown in the 1939 Register at 19 Carr Lane, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .2 
Married Name27 April 1946  As of 27 April 1946,her married name was Ennos. 
Marriage*27 April 1946 Edith Alice Brown married Frank Newland Ennos, son of Charles William Ennos and Lilian Mabel Crabb, on 27 April 1946 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .
Married NameDecember 1960  As of December 1960,her married name was Storey.3,4 
Marr Reg*December 1960 The marriage of Edith Alice Ennos and Thomas Henry Storey was registered in the December Quarter of 1960 in the Chelmsford Registration District district.4,3 
Death*7 March 2006 Edith Alice Storey died on 7 March 2006 at Hospital, Swindon, Wiltshire, England, , at age 81.5 
Cremation*20 March 2006 Her body was cremated on 20 March 2006 at Kingsdown Crematorium, Swindon, Wiltshire, England,

Family 1

Frank Newland Ennos b. 5 Dec 1924, d. 4 Dec 1952

Family 2

Thomas Henry Storey b. 6 Feb 1915, d. Sep 1980

Citations

  1. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 5 Oct 1924 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Edith Alice Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Lily
    Born: 2 Sep 1924
    Abode: 6, Cedar Avenue, Lowton St Mary's
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: Geo. Arthur Guest, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1922 - 1958, Page 6, Entry 48
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  2. [S3835] National Health Service Register for UK (online image) "Ref: RG101/4769F/011/5 Letter Code: NUVB."
  3. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Name:      Thomas H Storey
    Spouse Surname:      Ennos
    Date of Registration:      Oct-Nov-Dec 1960
    Registration district:      Chelmsford
    Registration county (inferred):      Essex
    Volume Number:      4a
    Page Number:      1000."
  4. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Name:      Edith A Ennos
    Spouse Surname:      Storey
    Date of Registration:      Oct-Nov-Dec 1960
    Registration district:      Chelmsford
    Registration county (inferred):      Essex
    Volume Number:      4a
    Page Number:      1000."
  5. [S766] Patricia Cranmer.

Enoch Brown

M, #989, b. 18 June 1908, d. 10 November 1966
FatherEnos Brown b. 1 Nov 1871, d. 4 Sep 1951
MotherEllen Davies b. 4 Mar 1874, d. 13 Mar 1953
RelationshipGreat-uncle of Susan Brown
Birth*18 June 1908 Enoch Brown was born on 18 June 1908 at 4 Gregorys Row (off Sandy Lane), Lowton, Lancashire, England, .1,2,3,4 
Baptism16 August 1908 He was baptised on 16 August 1908 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .4 
(Son) Census19112 April 1911 He was listed as the son of Enos Brown in the 1911 Census at 4 Gregorys Row (off Sandy Lane), Lowton, Lancashire, England, .2 
Marriage*1936 Enoch Brown married Annie Eastham in 1936 at Register Office or Registrar Attended, Wigan, Lancashire, England, .5
Death*10 November 1966 Enoch Brown died on 10 November 1966 at Leigh Registration District, Lancashire, England, , at age 58.6 
Burial*after 10 November 1966 He was buried after 10 November 1966 at St Luke, Lowton, Lancashire, England,

Family

Annie Eastham b. 31 Dec 1909, d. 8 Sep 1997

Citations

  1. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "BROWN Enock Leigh.8c 284 3 1908."
  2. [S2260] UK National Census for 1911 for UK, "RG14PN23190 RG78PN1355 RD460 SD1 ED6 SN196."
  3. [S949] E-mails from Dennis Wood to Alan Bennett, Jul 2007- "unknown cd."
  4. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 16 Aug 1908 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Enock Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Abode: 4, Gregorys Row
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Francis Smith, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 146, Entry 1164
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  5. [S1051] Website Lancashire BMD (http://lancashirebmd.org.uk/) "Wigan & Leigh     ROW/189/80."
  6. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Death Dec 1966 BROWN Enoch     58     Leigh 10d 50."

Enos Brown

M, #990, b. 1 November 1871, d. 4 September 1951
FatherWilliam Brown1 b. 28 Sep 1849, d. 7 Jan 1929
MotherJane Brough1 b. 18 Sep 1844, d. bt 1 Jul 1918 - 7 Sep 1918
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Susan Brown
Birth*1 November 1871 Enos Brown was born on 1 November 1871 at Chapel Lane, Biddulph Moor, Biddulph, Staffordshire, England, .2,3,4,5,6 
Baptism19 May 1875 He was baptised on 19 May 1875 at Christ Church, Biddulph Moor, Biddulph, Staffordshire, England, .6 
Occupation3 April 1881 He was a scholar on 3 April 1881 at Biddulph Moor, Biddulph, Staffordshire, England, .2 
(Son) Census18813 April 1881 He was listed as the son of William Brown in the 1881 census at Biddulph Moor, Biddulph, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Occupation5 April 1891 Enos Brown was a coal miner on 5 April 1891.7 
(Lodger) Census18915 April 1891 He was listed as a lodger in the household of Henry Brough in the 1891 census at Lowton Common, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .7 
Marriage*31 December 1892 Enos Brown married Ellen Davies, daughter of Thomas Davies and Amelia Young, on 31 December 1892 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England,
Occupation12 May 1895 Enos Brown was a collier on 12 May 1895.8,9 
Occupation*3 March 1897 He was a collier on 3 March 1897.10 
Occupation30 October 1898 He was a miner on 30 October 1898.11 
Occupation9 September 1900 He was a collier on 9 September 1900.12 
Occupation31 March 1901 He was a coal miner hewer on 31 March 1901.5 
Census1901*31 March 1901 He was listed as the head of household in the 1901 Census at Lowton, Lancashire, England, .13 
Occupation11 May 1902 He was a collier on 11 May 1902.14 
Occupation27 March 1904 He was a collier on 27 March 1904.15 
Occupation24 May 1906 He was a collier on 24 May 1906.16 
Occupation16 August 1908 He was a collier on 16 August 1908.17 
Occupation2 April 1911 He was a coal miner (hewer) on 2 April 1911.18 
Census1911*2 April 1911 He was listed as the head of household in the 1911 Census at 4 Gregorys Row (off Sandy Lane), Lowton, Lancashire, England, .18 
Occupation11 February 1912 He was a collier on 11 February 1912.19 
Occupation3 March 1915 He was a miner on 3 March 1915.20 
Occupation24 August 1919 He was a miner on 24 August 1919.21 
Occupation1 March 1924 He was a miner on 1 March 1924.22 
Occupation19 April 1924 He was a collier on 19 April 1924.23 
Occupation4 October 1930 He was a miner on 4 October 1930.24 
Death*4 September 1951 He died on 4 September 1951 at 3 Carr Lane, Lowton, Lancashire, England, , at age 79.25 
Occupation4 September 1951 He was a retired coal hewer by hand on 4 September 1951.25 
Burial*8 September 1951 He was buried on 8 September 1951 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, ; B9.

Family

Ellen Davies b. 4 Mar 1874, d. 13 Mar 1953
Children

Citations

  1. [S49] UK National Census for 1881 Index, UK "RG11/3535 f75a p2."
  2. [S49] UK National Census for 1881 Index, UK "RG11/3535/75a."
  3. [S45] Website FreeBMD (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/) "Dec 1871 Congleton 8a 272."
  4. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "CON/39/63."
  5. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13/3588 f15."
  6. [S344] Baptism, Christ Church (Biddulph Moor), 1863-1923 "p45/357."
  7. [S72] UK National Census for 1891 for UK, "RG12/3083 f124 p5 32."
  8. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 12 May 1895 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Fred Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Abode: Lowton St. Mary's
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Wm. Berridge, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 97, Entry 770
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  9. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 12 May 1895 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    William Alfred Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Abode: Lowton St. Mary's
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Wm. Berridge, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 97, Entry 771
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  10. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 3 Mar 1897 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Thomas Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Abode: Lowton St. Mary's
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Wm. Berridge, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 102, Entry 812
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  11. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 30 Oct 1898 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Enos Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Born: 18 Sep 1898
    Abode: Lowton St Mary's
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: Francis Smith, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 107, Entry 851
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  12. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 9 Sep 1900 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Albert Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Born: 30 May 1900
    Abode: Lowton St Mary's
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Francis Smith, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 113, Entry 904
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  13. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13/3588 f15 146."
  14. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 11 May 1902 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Mary Jane Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Born: 12 Feb 1902
    Abode: Gregory Row, Sandy Lane
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Francis Smith, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 119, Entry 945
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  15. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 27 Mar 1904 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Amelia Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Born: 6 Feb 1904
    Abode: 4, Gregory Row
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Francis Smith, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 126, Entry 1001
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  16. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 24 May 1906 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Elizabeth Ellen Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Abode: Gregory's Row
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Francis Smith, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 136, Entry 1086
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  17. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 16 Aug 1908 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Enock Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Abode: 4, Gregorys Row
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Francis Smith, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 146, Entry 1164
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  18. [S2260] UK National Census for 1911 for UK, "RG14PN23190 RG78PN1355 RD460 SD1 ED6 SN196."
  19. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 11 Feb 1912 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Frank Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Abode: 4, Gregorys Row
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Francis Smith, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 160, Entry 1277
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  20. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 3 Mar 1915 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Harry Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Abode: 15, Carr Lane
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: Benj.Webster, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 174, Entry 1387
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  21. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 24 Aug 1919 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Marion Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Born: 23 Jul 1919
    Abode: Kay House Farm
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: Geo. Arthur Guest, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 190, Entry 1513
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  22. [S992] Marriages, St Mary, Lowton, 1862-1929.
  23. [S897] Marriages, Christ Church (Croft), 1845-1936 "p213/426."
  24. [S1133] Marriages, St Mary, Lowton, 1930- "11."
  25. [S2342] Copy death certificate of Enos Brown, 4 September 1951 "unknown cd."
  26. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Marriage: 7 Jun 1916 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    William Alfred Brown - 21, Miner, Bachelor, 15 Carr Lane
    Eliza Ann Ridyard - 22, Spinster, 84,Newton Road
    Groom's Father: Enos Brown, Miner
    Bride's Father: Joseph Ridyard, deceased, Miner
    Witness: Gladys Mary Battersby; Fred Brown
    Married by Banns by: Benj. Webster, Vicar
    Register: Marriages 1862 - 1929, Page 125, Entry 250
    Source: Original Parish Register."

Enos Brown

M, #991, b. 18 September 1898, d. 3 January 1977
FatherEnos Brown1,2,3 b. 1 Nov 1871, d. 4 Sep 1951
MotherEllen Davies1,3 b. 4 Mar 1874, d. 13 Mar 1953
RelationshipGrandfather of Susan Brown
Birth*18 September 1898 Enos Brown was born on 18 September 1898 at Lowton, Lancashire, England, .3,4 
Baptism30 October 1898 He was baptised on 30 October 1898 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .3 
Birth RegDecember 1898 His birth was registered in the December Quarter of 1898 in the Lowton Sub-Registration District.5,6,2 
(Son) Census190131 March 1901 He was listed as the son of Enos Brown in the 1901 Census at Lowton, Lancashire, England, .7 
(Son) Census19112 April 1911 He was listed as the son of Enos Brown in the 1911 Census at 4 Gregorys Row (off Sandy Lane), Lowton, Lancashire, England, .8 
Occupation2 April 1911 Enos Brown was a part-time cotton spinner (scavenger)/scholar on 2 April 1911.8 
Marriage Bann23 March 1924 Marriage banns for Enos Brown and Lily Dodd were published on 23 March 1924 at Christ Church, Croft, Lancashire, England, .9 
Marriage Bann30 March 1924 Marriage banns for Enos Brown and Lily Dodd were published on 30 March 1924 at Christ Church, Croft, Lancashire, England, .9 
Marriage Bann6 April 1924 Marriage banns for Enos Brown and Lily Dodd were published on 6 April 1924 at Christ Church, Croft, Lancashire, England, .9 
Occupation*19 April 1924 Enos Brown was a collier on 19 April 1924.2 
Residence*19 April 1924 He lived on 19 April 1924 at 3 Carr Lane, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .2 
Marriage*19 April 1924 He married Lily Dodd, daughter of William Dodd and Mary Alice Cooper, on 19 April 1924 at Christ Church, Croft, Lancashire, England, .2,9,10 
Occupation5 October 1924 Enos Brown was a miner on 5 October 1924.11 
Occupation27 February 1927 He was a miner on 27 February 1927.12 
Occupation29 May 1932 He was a miner on 29 May 1932.13 
Occupation29 September 1939 He was a labourer a an activated carbon works on 29 September 1939.4 
1939 Register*29 September 1939 He was listed as the head of household in the 1939 Register at 19 Carr Lane, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .4 
Death*3 January 1977 He died on 3 January 1977 at Leigh Infirmary, Leigh, Lancashire, England, , at age 78; pneumo silicosis.14,15 
Funeral10 January 1977 His funeral was held at St Luke, Lowton, Lancashire, England, , on 10 January 1977.15 
Cremation*10 January 1977 His body was cremated and the ashes scattered on 10 January 1977 at Overdale, Bolton, Lancashire, England, .15 

Family

Lily Dodd b. 4 Mar 1904, d. 31 Jan 1968
Children

Citations

  1. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13/3588 f15."
  2. [S897] Marriages, Christ Church (Croft), 1845-1936 "p213/426."
  3. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 30 Oct 1898 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Enos Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Born: 18 Sep 1898
    Abode: Lowton St Mary's
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: Francis Smith, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 107, Entry 851
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  4. [S3835] National Health Service Register for UK (online image) "Ref: RG101/4769F/011/5 Letter Code: NUVB."
  5. [S45] Website FreeBMD (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/) "Dec 1898 BROWN Enos Leigh 8c 277.
    "
  6. [S1051] Website Lancashire BMD (http://lancashirebmd.org.uk/) "Wigan & Leigh : LOW/32/217."
  7. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13/3588 f15 146."
  8. [S2260] UK National Census for 1911 for UK, "RG14PN23190 RG78PN1355 RD460 SD1 ED6 SN196."
  9. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Banns: Christ Church, Croft, Lancashire, England
    Enos Brown - of the Parish of St. Mary, Lowton
    Lily Dodd - of this Parish
    First Reading: 23 Mar 1924; Read By: Henry I. Wadeson
    Second Reading: 30 Mar 1924; Read By: Henry I. Wadeson
    Third Reading: 6 Apr 1924; Read By: Henry I. Wadeson
    Married 19 Apr 1924
    Register: Banns of Marriage 1892 - 1958, Page 39, Entry 192
    Source: LDS Film 2068610."
  10. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Marriage: 19 Apr 1924 Christ Church, Croft, Lancashire, England
    Enos Brown - 25 Collier Bachelor of Carr Lane, Lowton St, Mary's
    Lily Dodd - 20 Spinster of Heath Lane, Croft
    Groom's Father: Enos Brown, Collier
    Bride's Father: William Dodd, Ironworker
    Witness: Joseph Potter; Edith Annie Hayes
    Married by Banns by: Henry I. Wadeson Rector
    Register: Marriages 1845 - 1936, Page 213, Entry 426
    Source: FHL Film 2068610."
  11. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 5 Oct 1924 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Edith Alice Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Lily
    Born: 2 Sep 1924
    Abode: 6, Cedar Avenue, Lowton St Mary's
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: Geo. Arthur Guest, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1922 - 1958, Page 6, Entry 48
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  12. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 27 Feb 1927 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Walter Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Lily
    Born: 4 Jan 1927
    Abode: 19, King's Ave. Lowton
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: W.S. Jones, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1922 - 1958, Page 13, Entry 103
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  13. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 29 May 1932 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Ronald Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Lily
    Born: 27 Mar 1932
    Abode: 19, King's Avenue
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: W.S.Jones
    Register: Baptisms 1922 - 1958, Page 24
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  14. [S949] E-mails from Dennis Wood to Alan Bennett, Jul 2007- "unknown cd."
  15. [S3800] Website Deceased Online (www.deceasedonline.com) "Brown, Enos
    crematedon: 10 Jan 1977
    recorded at: Overdale Crematorium (Lancashire)
    date of death 03 Jan 1977."

Frank Brown

M, #992, b. 2 January 1912, d. 13 October 1937
FatherEnos Brown1 b. 1 Nov 1871, d. 4 Sep 1951
MotherEllen Davies1 b. 4 Mar 1874, d. 13 Mar 1953
RelationshipGreat-uncle of Susan Brown
Birth*2 January 1912 Frank Brown was born on 2 January 1912 at 4 Gregorys Row (off Sandy Lane), Lowton, Lancashire, England, .2,1 
Baptism11 February 1912 He was baptised on 11 February 1912 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .1 
Marriage*9 September 1933 He married Elizabeth Alice Grigsby, daughter of Thomas George Grigsby and Elizabeth Ann Billows, on 9 September 1933 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England,
Occupation*25 February 1934 Frank Brown was a labourer on 25 February 1934.3 
Death*13 October 1937 He died on 13 October 1937 at Lowton, Lancashire, England, , at age 25.2 
Burial*after 13 October 1937 He was buried after 13 October 1937 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .

Family

Elizabeth Alice Grigsby b. Sep 1912

Citations

  1. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 11 Feb 1912 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Frank Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Abode: 4, Gregorys Row
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Francis Smith, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 160, Entry 1277
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  2. [S949] E-mails from Dennis Wood to Alan Bennett, Jul 2007- "unknown cd."
  3. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 25 Feb 1934 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Stanley Brown - [Child] of Frank Brown & Elizabeth Alice
    Born: 3 Feb 1934
    Abode: 15, Carr Lane, Lowton
    Occupation: Labourer
    Baptised by: W.S. Jones, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1922 - 1958, Page 26
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."

Fred Brown

M, #993, b. 7 February 1893, d. 16 March 1973
FatherEnos Brown1,2 b. 1 Nov 1871, d. 4 Sep 1951
MotherEllen Davies1,2 b. 4 Mar 1874, d. 13 Mar 1953
RelationshipGreat-uncle of Susan Brown
Birth*7 February 1893 Fred Brown was born on 7 February 1893 at Lowton, Lancashire, England, .3 
Birth RegMarch 1893 His birth was registered in the March Quarter of 1893 in the Lowton Sub-Registration District.4,5 
Baptism12 May 1895 He was baptised on 12 May 1895 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .2 
(Son) Census190131 March 1901 He was listed as the son of Enos Brown in the 1901 Census at Lowton, Lancashire, England, .6 
(Son) Census19112 April 1911 He was listed as the son of Enos Brown in the 1911 Census at 4 Gregorys Row (off Sandy Lane), Lowton, Lancashire, England, .7 
Occupation2 April 1911 Fred Brown was a coal miner (hewer) on 2 April 1911.7 
Marriage*20 December 1913 He married Ada Bradbury, daughter of Frederick John Bradbury and Ellen Prescott, on 20 December 1913 at St Peter, Westleigh, Lancashire, England,
Occupation24 May 1914 Fred Brown was a collier on 24 May 1914.8 
Occupation5 March 1916 He was a miner on 5 March 1916.9 
(Bestman) Marriage7 June 1916 He was the bestman at the marriage of William Alfred 'Billy' Brown and Eliza Ann 'Annie' Ridyard on 7 June 1916 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .10,11 
Occupation10 November 1918 Fred Brown was a miner on 10 November 1918.12 
(Witness) Marriage4 October 1930 He witnessed the marriage of Thomas Stuart and Elizabeth Ellen 'Nellie' Brown on 4 October 1930 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .13
Occupation*16 April 1938 Fred Brown was a general labourer on 16 April 1938.14 
Occupation26 December 1938 He was a labourer on 26 December 1938.15 
Occupation23 December 1939 He was a labourer on 23 December 1939.16 
(Witness) Death4 September 1951 He witnessed the death of Enos Brown on 4 September 1951 at 3 Carr Lane, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .17 
Residence*4 September 1951 Fred Brown lived on 4 September 1951 at 110 Chapel Street, Leigh, Lancashire, England, .17 
Residence13 March 1953 He lived on 13 March 1953 at 110 Chapel Street, Leigh, Lancashire, England, .18 
(Witness) Death13 March 1953 He witnessed the death of Ellen Davies on 13 March 1953 at 3 Carr Lane, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .18 
Death*16 March 1973 Fred Brown died on 16 March 1973 at Lowton, Lancashire, England, , at age 80.3 

Family

Ada Bradbury b. bt 1 Apr 1891 - 31 Mar 1892, d. Dec 1964
Children

Citations

  1. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13/3588 f15."
  2. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 12 May 1895 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Fred Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Abode: Lowton St. Mary's
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Wm. Berridge, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 97, Entry 770
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  3. [S949] E-mails from Dennis Wood to Alan Bennett, Jul 2007- "unknown cd."
  4. [S45] Website FreeBMD (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/) "Mar 1893 Brown Fred Leigh 8c 302.
    "
  5. [S1051] Website Lancashire BMD (http://lancashirebmd.org.uk/) "Wigan & Leigh : LOW/28/357."
  6. [S48] Online index to the UK National Census for 1901 for UK "RG13/3588 f15 146."
  7. [S2260] UK National Census for 1911 for UK, "RG14PN23190 RG78PN1355 RD460 SD1 ED6 SN196."
  8. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 24 May 1914 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Mildred Brown - [Child] of Fred Brown & Ada
    Born: 21 Apr 1914
    Abode: 25, Fairhurst St, Leigh
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Benj.Webster, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 170, Entry 1355
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  9. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 5 Mar 1916 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Irene Brown - [Child] of Fred Brown & Ada
    Born: 27 Jan 1916
    Abode: 2, Knowsley St, Leigh
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: Benj.Webster, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 178, Entry 1423
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  10. [S1051] Website Lancashire BMD (http://lancashirebmd.org.uk/) "RIDYARD      Eliza Ann      BROWN      William Alfred      1916      Lowton St. Mary      Wigan & Leigh      Lancashire      C12L/1/250."
  11. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Marriage: 7 Jun 1916 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    William Alfred Brown - 21, Miner, Bachelor, 15 Carr Lane
    Eliza Ann Ridyard - 22, Spinster, 84,Newton Road
    Groom's Father: Enos Brown, Miner
    Bride's Father: Joseph Ridyard, deceased, Miner
    Witness: Gladys Mary Battersby; Fred Brown
    Married by Banns by: Benj. Webster, Vicar
    Register: Marriages 1862 - 1929, Page 125, Entry 250
    Source: Original Parish Register."
  12. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 10 Nov 1918 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Amy Brown - [Child] of Fred Brown & Ada
    Born: 2 Oct 1918
    Abode: 2,Knowsley St, Leigh
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: Benj.Webster, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 187, Entry 1495
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  13. [S1133] Marriages, St Mary, Lowton, 1930- "11."
  14. [S1000] Marriage, St Thomas, Bedford, Leigh, 1934-1941 "p116/231."
  15. [S1000] Marriage, St Thomas, Bedford, Leigh, 1934-1941 "p145/290."
  16. [S1000] Marriage, St Thomas, Bedford, Leigh, 1934-1941 "p179/358."
  17. [S2342] Copy death certificate of Enos Brown, 4 September 1951 "unknown cd."
  18. [S2343] Copy death certificate of Ellen Brown, 13 March 1953 "unknown cd."

Harry Brown

M, #995, b. 14 January 1915, d. September 1999
FatherEnos Brown1 b. 1 Nov 1871, d. 4 Sep 1951
MotherEllen Davies1 b. 4 Mar 1874, d. 13 Mar 1953
RelationshipGreat-uncle of Susan Brown
Birth*14 January 1915 Harry Brown was born on 14 January 1915 at 15 Carr Lane, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .2,1 
Baptism3 March 1915 He was baptised on 3 March 1915 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .1 
Marriage*1938 He married Gertie Hill, daughter of (?) Hill and (?) Wood, in 1938 at St Mary the Virgin, Leigh, Lancashire, England, .3
Occupation29 September 1939 Harry Brown was a scutcher major (?) in a cotton mill (listed as heavy work) on 29 September 1939.4 
1939 Register*29 September 1939 He was listed as the head of household in the 1939 Register at 11 Knott Houses off St Helens Road, Leigh, Lancashire, England, .4 
Occupation* He was air force, high ranking. 
Death Reg*September 1999 Harry's death was registered in the September of 1999 in the Bolton Registration District.2 

Family

Gertie Hill b. 11 Dec 1912
Child

Citations

  1. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 3 Mar 1915 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Harry Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Abode: 15, Carr Lane
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: Benj.Webster, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 174, Entry 1387
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  2. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Name: Harry Brown
    Birth Date: 14 Jan 1915
    Death Registration Month/Year: Sep 1999
    Age at death (estimated): 84
    Registration district: Bolton
    Inferred County: Lancashire
    Register number: B70A
    Entry Number: 297."
  3. [S1051] Website Lancashire BMD (http://lancashirebmd.org.uk/) "BROWN      Harry      HILL      Gertie      1938      Leigh St. Mary's      Wigan & Leigh      Lancashire      C10L/9/86."
  4. [S3835] National Health Service Register for UK (online image) "Ref: RG101/4813A/007/8 Letter Code: NVRT 460-2."

Marian Brown

F, #998, b. 23 July 1919, d. 11 April 1926
FatherEnos Brown1 b. 1 Nov 1871, d. 4 Sep 1951
MotherEllen Davies1 b. 4 Mar 1874, d. 13 Mar 1953
RelationshipGreat-aunt of Susan Brown
Birth*23 July 1919 Marian Brown was born on 23 July 1919 at Kay House Farm, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .2,1 
Baptism24 August 1919 She was baptised on 24 August 1919 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .1 
Death*11 April 1926 She died on 11 April 1926 at Sanatorium, Astley, Lancashire, England, , at age 6.3 
Burial*15 April 1926 She was buried on 15 April 1926 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .3

Citations

  1. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 24 Aug 1919 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Marion Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Born: 23 Jul 1919
    Abode: Kay House Farm
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: Geo. Arthur Guest, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 190, Entry 1513
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  2. [S949] E-mails from Dennis Wood to Alan Bennett, Jul 2007- "unknown cd."
  3. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Burial: 15 Apr 1926 St Mary, Lowton, Lancs.
    Marian Brown -
    Age: 6 yrs
    Abode: 3, Carr Lane, Lowton
    Notes: Died at the Sanatorium
    Buried by: W. S. Jones
    Register: Burials 1862 - 1929, Page 194, Entry 1550
    Source: Original Parish Register."

Mary Jane Brown

F, #999, b. 19 February 1902, d. 29 December 1980
FatherEnos Brown1,2 b. 1 Nov 1871, d. 4 Sep 1951
MotherEllen Davies2 b. 4 Mar 1874, d. 13 Mar 1953
RelationshipGreat-aunt of Susan Brown
Birth*19 February 1902 Mary Jane Brown was born on 19 February 1902 at 4 Gregory Avenue, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .3,4,2 
Baptism11 May 1902 She was baptised on 11 May 1902 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .2 
(Daughter) Census19112 April 1911 She was listed as the daughter of Enos Brown in the 1911 Census at 4 Gregorys Row (off Sandy Lane), Lowton, Lancashire, England, .5 
Occupation*2 April 1911 Mary Jane Brown was a scholar on 2 April 1911.5 
Residence*1 March 1924 She lived on 1 March 1924 at 3 Carr Lane, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .1 
Married Name1 March 1924  As of 1 March 1924,her married name was Broome. 
Marriage*1 March 1924 She married Sydney Broom, son of George William Broom and Mary Anne Dodd, on 1 March 1924 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .1 
Death*29 December 1980 Mary Jane Broome died on 29 December 1980 at Lowton, Lancashire, England, , at age 78.4 
Burial*after 29 December 1980 She was buried after 29 December 1980 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England,

Family

Sydney Broom b. 15 Jul 1901, d. 19 Aug 1967
Children

Citations

  1. [S992] Marriages, St Mary, Lowton, 1862-1929.
  2. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 11 May 1902 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Mary Jane Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Born: 12 Feb 1902
    Abode: Gregory Row, Sandy Lane
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Francis Smith, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 119, Entry 945
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  3. [S45] Website FreeBMD (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/) "Births Mar 1902 Brown Mary Jane Leigh 8c 278."
  4. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Death Dec 1980 BROOME Mary Jane     19 FE 1902 Leigh 39 2261."
  5. [S2260] UK National Census for 1911 for UK, "RG14PN23190 RG78PN1355 RD460 SD1 ED6 SN196."

Amelia 'Melia' Brown

F, #1000, b. 4 February 1904, d. September 1987
FatherEnos Brown1 b. 1 Nov 1871, d. 4 Sep 1951
MotherEllen Davies1 b. 4 Mar 1874, d. 13 Mar 1953
RelationshipGreat-aunt of Susan Brown
Birth*4 February 1904 Amelia 'Melia' Brown was born on 4 February 1904 at 4 Gregory Avenue, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .2,3,4 
Baptism27 March 1904 She was baptised on 27 March 1904 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .1 
(Daughter) Census19112 April 1911 She was listed as the daughter of Enos Brown in the 1911 Census at 4 Gregorys Row (off Sandy Lane), Lowton, Lancashire, England, .5 
Occupation*2 April 1911 Amelia 'Melia' Brown was a scholar on 2 April 1911.5 
(Godmother) Baptism5 October 1924 She stood as a godmother at the baptism of Edith Alice Brown on 5 October 1924 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .6 
Marriage*3 April 1926 Amelia 'Melia' Brown married Stanley Broomfield, son of Frederick George William Broomfield and Jane Evans, on 3 April 1926 at St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England, .7
Married Name3 April 1926  As of 3 April 1926,her married name was Broomfield. 
Death6 September 1987 Amelia 'Melia' Broomfield died on 6 September 1987 at Wigan Hospice, Poolstock, Wigan, Lancashire, England, , at age 83.8,4,9 
Death Reg*September 1987 Amelia's death was registered in the September Quarter of 1897 in the Wigan Registration District.3 
Cremation*11 September 1987 Her body was cremated on 11 September 1987 at Overdale, Bolton, Lancashire, England, .9 

Family

Stanley Broomfield b. 11 Apr 1903, d. Dec 1978
Child

Citations

  1. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 27 Mar 1904 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Amelia Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Ellen
    Born: 6 Feb 1904
    Abode: 4, Gregory Row
    Occupation: Collier
    Baptised by: Francis Smith, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1862 - 1922, Page 126, Entry 1001
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  2. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Births Mar 1904 Brown Amelia Leigh 8c 294."
  3. [S70] General Record Office Indexes "Name: Amelia Broomfield
    Birth Date: 4 Feb 1904
    Death Registration Month/Year: Sep 1987
    Age at death (estimated): 83
    Registration district: Wigan
    Inferred County: Lancashire
    Volume: 39
    Page: 2082."
  4. [S2346] Copy death certificate of Amelia Broomfield, 6 September 1987 "unknown cd."
  5. [S2260] UK National Census for 1911 for UK, "RG14PN23190 RG78PN1355 RD460 SD1 ED6 SN196."
  6. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 5 Oct 1924 St Mary, Lowton, Lancashire, England
    Edith Alice Brown - [Child] of Enos Brown & Lily
    Born: 2 Sep 1924
    Abode: 6, Cedar Avenue, Lowton St Mary's
    Occupation: Miner
    Baptised by: Geo. Arthur Guest, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1922 - 1958, Page 6, Entry 48
    Source: Wigan Archives Service."
  7. [S1051] Website Lancashire BMD (http://lancashirebmd.org.uk/) "Wigan : C12L/1/328."
  8. [S949] E-mails from Dennis Wood to Alan Bennett, Jul 2007- "unknown cd."
  9. [S3800] Website Deceased Online (www.deceasedonline.com) "Broomfield, Amelia
    crematedon: 11 Sep 1987
    recorded at: Overdale Crematorium (Lancashire)
    date of death 06 Sep 1987."