Author Topic: Newbie, throwing out some Salford names  (Read 2160 times)

Offline AlisonAK

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Re: Newbie, throwing out some Salford names
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 02 August 11 00:38 BST (UK) »
Hi

Welcome to RootsChat

No idea of what info. you already have or if there is anyone in particular you are intersested in, but as a starter.

1927 Directory

DAY
Francis
Baker
34 Lord Duncan St., Salford

George
Tailor
14 Maurice St , Pendleton

Ruth Hannah (Mrs)
Householder
3 Park View, Pendleton


TRICKEY
Arthur
Compositor
33 Turnbull Rd., Rusholme

Albert Victor
Manager
315 Dickenson Rd., Rusholme


Regards, Dave

Yes, it should read DRY Francis at 34 Lord Duncan Street, that was my great grandfather. He died in 1964 at 91 years old, 3 months before I was born.

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Re: Newbie, throwing out some Salford names
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 02 August 11 12:29 BST (UK) »
hiya alison.
your great grans brother

pte 1722 frederick,william trickey
enlisted 12-6-13
aged 18
7th lancashire fusiliers[D.coy]
residence 3 wyndford st,salford
worked as a apprentice fitter for henry pooley of windsor st,salford
mobilised on outbreak of war,on 5th aug 1914
sailed with the 42nd east lancs division to egypt on 10th sept 1914
invalided to england on 3-4-15 with ear trouble,discharged as medically unfit on 6-6-15
re-enlisted in the army service corps on 8-12-1915
pte 302436 frederick,william trickey
aged 21
now employed as a fitter for john morris+sons,salford
residence 33 falcon st,salford
parents henry+frances
served as a motor fitter at the ASC depot at grove park
transferred to the army reserve on 6-5-19
now living at 106 wynford st,salford

mack
military history,mainly ww1,manchester pals battalions,tyneside irish +tyneside scottish brigades,leeds,liverpool,accrington,birmingham,hull,barnsley,swansea and salford pals.

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Re: Newbie, throwing out some Salford names
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 02 August 11 13:27 BST (UK) »
Thank you Mack!

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Re: Newbie, throwing out some Salford names
« Reply #12 on: Friday 01 September 17 22:34 BST (UK) »
Hi Alison!

I'm looking up my family heritage and I believe Frederick William Trickey is my Great Grandfather. His son (I think) Leonard Frederick Trickey moved to Australia in the 60's, changed his last name to Tremaine and had 3 sons. I have just moved to London and would love to trace some family lineage if you have any more info on the Trickeys!

Shannon