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201 1880, Howard Co., lists William Carey, 23; Eliza, 23; Jacob, 2; andWilliam, 5 mos.; 1900: p. 62C. Source (S483)
 
202 1881 Census has her listed as Ann E Parker Parker, Annie Elizabeth (I8)
 
203 1881 Census notes he has a labourer. Parker, John (I297)
 
204 1881: Lived at 24 Kirk Hall. Assist At home (hosy mlf)
1926: Licensed Victualler Brittannia Hotel, Brittannia St.
Family bible notes 14 Oct 1885 wedding.

J.P. Member Shepshed Urban District Council from 1911
Vines from 1890
Black Swan 1902-1915
Britannia Inn 1915 until death 
Whitworth, William (I155)
 
205 1891: Assistant Schoolmaster Whitworth, Robert (I149)
 
206 1891: Boiler maker Simpson, Alexander (I80)
 
207 1900 census, taken in summer, lists her age as 18, b Dec 1881. ELLIS, Ollie\Dilla (I1725)
 
208 1901 Census says he is widower inmate of Highbury Workhouse?
John probably did his apprenticeship in Alfreton (see 1841 census) 
SAXTON, John (I7214)
 
209 1901: Herbert Arthur Atkin Son Single Male 13 1888 Bricklayers Labourer Shepshed, Leicestershire Atkin, Herbert Arthur (I384)
 
210 1901: Hosiery manufacturer

Lived at Black Swan PH in 1910 was Licensed victualler. Lived at The Vine Public House,
Forest St, was a publican.

08 August 1896: Lived on Bridge Street per wedding announcement for Elizabeth. 
Whitworth, James (I101)
 
211 1901: Ruth Ellen Atkin Daughter Single Female 16 1885 Griswold Hand Shepshed, Leicestershire Atkin, Ruth Ellen (I174)
 
212 1901: Samuel Atkin Head Married Male 45 1856 Brick Layer Shepshed, Leicestershire  Atkin, Samual (I175)
 
213 1901: Samuel Atkin Son Single Male 19 1882 Brick Layers Journeyman Shepshed, Leicestershire Atkin, Samual (I383)
 
214 1911

Loubour
 
Fulcher, Perkins (I747)
 
215 1920 Census Clinton, Clinton County, Iowa lists Annie M. Whalen age 57 as head of houshold, Catherine Grinolds age 31 as daughter, and Matthew Grinolds age 45 as son-in-law. Shows Matthew's occupation as a Railroad Engineer. Grinolds, Matthew John (I4481)
 
216 1920 Census William age 53, Jennie age 51, Atha age 19, McClellan age 16, John age 14, Stephen age 12, and Marion age 10 were living at 24 S.W. Ganith St, Aberdeen, Brown County, SD. Grinolds, William Henry (I4474)
 
217 1926: Licensed Victualler at Sollington Arms, Sollington Road Tollington, Alfred (I244)
 
218 1939 was Caretaker. Anderson, Ellen Melinda (I121)
 
219 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2742)
 
220 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2785)
 
221 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1082)
 
222 1997 - lived in San Francisco Source (S500)
 
223 1998 address: 1901 NW 28th ST, Okla Cy, OK 73106 GAMBRELL, Georgia Jane (I898)
 
224 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1084)
 
225 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1196)
 
226 1st qtr Kettle, Thomas Pick (P1604)
 
227 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1213)
 
228 2/2000, Byron lives in SanAntonio Source (S455)
 
229 2000 tel # 281 484-1391 Source (S335)
 
230 22 Upper Boundary Road
Derby Daily Telegraph 06 November 1903 
Anderson, Patrick Matthew (I493)
 
231 25 May 1942
No.22 OTU
Wellington IC AD625
Ground.

While waiting for clearance to take-off from Stratford-upon-Avon, the Wellington was struck at 0240 by another of the unit's aircraft and totally destroyed. Both survivors were taken to Stratford Hospital, very seriously injured. Of those who died, Sgt Hough was taken to Macclesfield Cemetery, while the others were laid to rest in Stratford-upon-Avon Cemetery.

45149 F/O (1st Pilot) John James GALE DFM RAF - Injured (+ 23-11-43)
AUS404671 Sgt (2nd Pilot) Vyvyan Roessler PASCOE RAAF +
NZ404977 Sgt (Obs.) John Syddall WILLIAMS RNZAF +
NZ412313 Sgt (W.Op./Air Gnr.) Douglass CALLAGHAN RNZAF +
NZ405532 Sgt (W.Op./Air Gnr.) Mervyn WILKINSON RNZAF +
994140 Sgt (Air Gnr.) James Eric HOUGH RAFVR +
J/8794 P/O (Air Gnr.) Claude Reginald Frederick MORRIS RCAF - Injured (+ 5-9-42, No.419 RCAF Sqn. Wellington III BJ602. BCL3/205)


25 May 1942
No.22 OTU
Wellington IC DV480
Training

T/o Stratford-upon-Avon for a night navigation exercise and was destroyed, as mentioned above. A particularly strong cross-wind was deemed to have been a contributory factor in this tragic accident. Sgt Whitworth is buried in Shepherd Cemetery; both Commonwealth airmen rest in Stratford-upon-Avon Cemetery, while F/S Gibby, a member of the pre-war Auxiliary Air Force, lies in Tunbridge Wells Cemetery,

1202832 Sgt (Pilot) Charles Robert WHITWORTH RAFVR +
NZ411721 Sgt (Obs.) Ronald Ernest HERBERT RNZAF +
812346 F/S (W.Op./Air Gnr.) John Llewellyn GIBBY RAF(Aux.AF) +
R/62860 F/S (W.Op./Air Gnr.) Robert Douglas COOK RCAF +
Sgt (Air Gnr.) S A NOYES RCAF - Injured

See: BCL7/115-116 
Whitworth, Charles Robert (I722)
 
232 36 When she died after already having 6 children RIDE, Mary (I7552)
 
233 3a 171 Behrendt, Cecilia Amelia C (I8130)
 
234 53 Upper Boundary Street
17 Kensington St, Derby

Depot Ships

HMS Ambrose - no details

HMS Cyclops, 1928.

Launched by Sir James Laing & Son at Sunderland 27th Oct 1905. Commissioned at Devonport as Home Fleet repair ship. Based at Scapa Flow throughout World War 1. After a refit in 1920, Cyclops became the Depot Ship for the First Submarine Flotilla, at Chatham. then took that Flotilla out to Malta in 1926. Cyclops remained in the Mediterranean until 1938, when she was relieved by Maidstone. She served in home waters throughout World War Two, firstly at Harwich, then Rosyth and then at Rothesay. Paid off in 1945 and was sold in 1947. Scrapped at Newport.

HMS Forth, 1953.

The Forth was built by John Brown & Co at Clydebank, launched 11th August 1938 and completed 14th May 1939. Served with the 2nd Submarine Flotilla 1939-1941, based at Dundee, Rosyth and then Holy Loch. In Feb 1941 she crossed the Atlantic for a short period, operating submarines from Halifax, Nova Scotia, when they were used to protect convoys against surface raiders. For a short period she maintained A/S vessels and then reverted to S/M support.The 3rd and 2nd Submarine Flotillas combined from December 1941 and Forth remained at Holy Loch until 1945. Returned to Devonport in October 1960 after 12 years in the Mediterranean including providing relief for Greek earthquake victims in 1953 and in 1956 being the Headquarters ship at Port Said for the Naval Officer-in-Charge during the Suez crisis. Refitted at Chatham 1962-1966 to support nuclear submarines. At Singapore 1966-1971, with the 7th Submarine Squadron, and then returned to Devonport. Renamed Defiance in Feb 1972, she looked after the needs of the diesel boats of the 2nd SM Squadron and finally placed on the disposal list in 1978 as Defiance became a shore base. 25th July 1985 it arrived for scrap on the Medway, Kent.

HMS Medway in 1929

Medway was the first large submarine depot ship designed and built for the Royal Navy. She was launched at Barrow by Vickers Armstrong on 19th July 1928 and commissioned at Devonport on 6th July 1929. She sailed for China with six O-class submarines to replace the Titania and her L-class boats, remaining on the China Station until April 1940, when she was sent to the Mediterranean, based at Alexandria and operating the 1st SM Flotilla. On 30th June 1942 she was torpedoed by U372 off Alexandria whilst on passage to Haifa and Beirut. 30 of her crew were lost, a Third Officer WRNS being Mentioned in Despatches. Fortunately 47 of her stock of 90 torpedoes floated clear but much valuable equipment was lost with her. The small depot ship Talbot moved from Malta to take her place at Beirut, changing her name to Medway II.

HMS Wolfe in 1937

Former Canadian Pacific liner, launched 1920. Originally named Montcalm. Requisitioned as an armed merchant cruiser in 1939. Purchased in 1942 and converted into a submarine depot ship. Its operational duties and bases are unknown by me - so far - can you help? 1946-47 Flagship of the Captain 1st Submarine Flotilla. Paid off in 1949, broken up in 1952. A sister ship, the Montclare, had a similar history but remained a Destroyer Depot Ship until conversion to a S/M depot ship just after the war, when it served the 3rd S/M Flotilla at Rothesay. It was eventually broken up at Inverkeithing in 1958 after a cancelled refit.

HMS Montclare
A sister ship [of HMS Wolfe], the Montclare, had a similar history but remained a Destroyer Depot Ship until conversion to a S/M depot ship just after the war, when it served the 3rd S/M Flotilla at Rothesay. It was eventually broken up at Inverkeithing in 1958 after a cancelled refit.

HMS Sea Devil.
S2 Class submarine. Pennant P244. Crew 48. Built 1 Jan 1945 by Scotts, Greenock.
Disposal date 1 Dec 1965 Method: Scrap.
Last operating S Class, 1962. Remained unmodernised. Scrapped Newhaven.

HMS Templar.
T3 Class submarine. Pennant P316. Crew 61. Built 1 Oct 1942 by Vickers Armstrong, Barrow.
Disposal date: 1 Jul 1959 Method: Scrap
Lt. D.J.B. Beckley. 25 Jan 1944 damages Japanese light cruiser Kitakami, off Penang, Malacca Strait.
Sunk as Target in Loch Striven, Scotland,1954. Salvaged 4-Dec-58 . 19-July-59 arrived Troon to be
broken up.

H.33
Type: H Class H.21 Class
Pennant No.: 33H
N33
Laid Down: 20th November 1917. Cammell Laird, Birkenhead.
Commissioned: 17th May 1919. Not known at present.
Commander: Not known at present. Not known at present.
Complement: 22 Officers and Ratings.
Service Career: Not known at present. Not known at present.
Fate: Sold to West of Scotland shipbreakers, Troon, October 1944, scrapped.

H.34
Type: H Class H.21 Class.
Pennant No.: 34H
N34
Laid Down: 20th November 1917. Cammell Laird, Birkenhead.
Commissioned: 10th September 1919. Not known at present.
Commander: Not known at present. Not known at present.
Complement: 22 Officers and Ratings.
Service Career: Not known at present. Not known at present.
Fate: Sold to West of Scotland shipbreakers, Troon, July 1945, scrapped. 
Eley, Richard John (I11)
 
235 7 Waterloo Square at 1891 Census Pollard, John (I132)
 
236 7b 619 MALTBY, Elsie Cecelia K (I6512)
 
237 7b A - J MALTBY, Samuel J (I7860)
 
238 Board of Trade: Commercial and Statistical Department and successors: Inwards Passenger Lists. Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA). Series BT26, 1,472 pieces.

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Source (S2593)
 
239 GreyPower Deceased Data. compiled by Wilmington Millennium, West Yorkshire. Source (S2592)
 
240 A memorial placque onsite, lists him as James T not James F. This is believed to be in error, as the stone was very weathered and the F could easily have been mistaken for a T when the placque was later created. RUSSELL, James F. (I1274)
 
241 A memorial placque onsite, lists him as James T not James F. This isbelieved to be in error, as the stone was very weathered and the Fcould easily have been mistaken for a T when the placque was late rcreated. Source (S513)
 
242 A tablet to his memory is on the wall of the church BRETT, Charles (I6292)
 
243 ABBR 1900 Census Groton, Brown County, SDQUAY 3 Source (S02336)
 
244 ABBR Federal Census Source (S02354)
 
245 ABBR Federal Census Source (S02360)
 
246 ABBR Federal CensusQUAY 3 Source (S02357)
 
247 ABBR Social Security Application Source (S02363)
 
248 ABBR SSDI Source (S02367)
 
249 Abstract of Valentine Peyton's Will, Lincoln County, KY.
"To Randolph, the plantation I now live on, all of which he is to enjoy during his life and at his death to go to Speed Peyton, to Buford Peyton, to Polly R. Peyton, the widow of Vincent Peyton until her youngest child comes of age, then to her son Valentine. To Lucy Hill and her heirs, Simeon and Randolph Peyton, Simeon's son Edmund and his sisters Zuritha and Maria. My wife to be supported by Simeon Peyton and she is to live in her own dwelling house. To Buford Tinsley, Thos. and Jas. Tinsley, the children of Delia Tinsley, dec'd. The rest of my estate to be divided among my children and grand-children. That is the children of Vincent Peyton, Rhoda Goode, Delilah Speed and Delia Tinsley." Signed in the presence of John E. Wright, Joseph Hooker and David Alcorn, Oct. 14, 1831 " In addition, I give to Edmund Peyton, to him my negro girl, Zuritha Peyton, to Maria Peyton, my negro girl, Martha.."

Lincoln County Will Book L, 1831-33, p. 256

Executors were Randolph, Buford and Simeon Peyton.
 
PEYTON, Valentine (I876)
 
250 Abstract of Valentine Peyton's Will, Lincoln County, KY.
"To Randolph, the plantation I now live on, all of which he is toenjoy during his life and at his death to go to Speed Peyton, toBuford Peyton, to Polly R. Peyton, the widow of Vincent Peyton untilhe r youngest child comes of age, then to her son Valentine. To LucyHill and her heirs, Simeon and Randolph Peyton, Simeon's son Edmundand his sisters Zuritha and Maria. My wife to be supported by Simeo nPeyton and she is to live in her own dwelling house. To BufordTinsley, Thos. and Jas. Tinsley, the children of Delia Tinsley, dec'd.The rest of my estate to be divided among my children andgrand-chi ldren. That is the children of Vincent Peyton, Rhoda Goode,Delilah Speed and Delia Tinsley." Signed in the presence of John E.Wright, Joseph Hooker and David Alcorn, Oct. 14, 1831 " In addition, Igiv e to Edmund Peyton, to him my negro girl, Zuritha Peyton, to MariaPeyton, my negro girl, Martha.."

Lincoln County Will Book L, 1831-33, p. 256

Executors were Randolph, Buford and Simeon Peyton. 
Source (S258)
 

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