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Family of Thomas Alexander MANLEY and May MRS MANLEY

Husband: Thomas Alexander MANLEY (1878-1940)
Wife: May MRS MANLEY (aft1877- )
Children: John Thomas MANLEY (1900- )
Census (family) 31 Mar 1901 Islington, London, England 1

Additional Information

Census (family) Peabody Buildings, Block G No 19

Husband: Thomas Alexander MANLEY

Name: Thomas Alexander MANLEY 2,3
Sex: Male
Father: Henry Thomas MANLEY (1852-1922)
Mother: Elizabeth JASNOWSKI (aft1857- )
Birth Q2 1878 Islington, Middlesex, England 2,3
Occupation (1) 1891 (age 12-13) errand boy 4
Occupation (2) 1901 (age 22-23) pipe mounter 1
Residence 1940 (age 61-62) Cotham, Bristol, England 5
Death 25 Sep 1940 (age 60 (!)) Filton, Gloucestershire, England 5,6,7

Additional Information

Residence 3 Clevedon Terrace
Death Bristol Aeroplane Works
On the morning of September 25th 1940 a large scale attack was carried out against the Bristol Aeroplane Company at Filton by 58 He 111's of I,II,& III/KG 55 based at Dreux, Chartres, and Villacoublay near Paris.

Wife: May MRS MANLEY

Name: May MRS MANLEY 1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth btw 1 Apr 1877 and 31 Mar 1878 Hull, Yorkshire, England 1

Child 1: John Thomas MANLEY

Name: John Thomas MANLEY 1
Sex: Male
Birth Q1 1900 Islington district, Middlesex, England 1,8

Note on Marriage

May is listed as Thomas' wife in the 1901 census but no trace found of a marriage.

Sources

1"1901 census". RG13/195 folio 47 page 32. Cit. Date: 31 March 1901. Assessment: Primary evidence.
The Family Records Centre, Myddleton Street, London.
2"1881 Census". RG11/353 folio 101 page 8. Cit. Date: 3 April 1881. Assessment: Primary evidence.
The Family Records Centre, Myddleton Street, London.
3"GRO Birth Index". 1878 June Islington 1b 224. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
The Family Records Centre, Myddleton Street, London.
4"1891 Census". RG13/166 folio 84 page 34. Cit. Date: 5 April 1891. Assessment: Primary evidence.
The Family Records Centre, Myddleton Street, London.
5John Penny, "THE BRISTOL & DISTRICT BLITZ WAR MEMORIAL A register of those who lost their lives due to enemy action in Bristol and surrounding districts, 1940-1944" (http://www.fishponds.freeuk.com/warmemor.htm).
6Commonwealth War Graves Commission, "CWGC Certificate in memory of Thomas Alexander Manley".
7"GRO Death Index". 1940 Sept Sodbury 6a 466. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
The Family Records Centre, Myddleton Street, London.
8"GRO Birth Index". 1900 Mar Islington 1b 304. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
The Family Records Centre, Myddleton Street, London.