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Pearl Miles1,2,3,4

F, #351, b. 14 February 1932, d. 13 August 2013
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Parents



BIOGRAPHY

Last Edited

  • 6 February 2022

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Pearl Miles was born on 14 February 1932 in Pluckley, Thorne, Kent, England. Note: Index: W.Ashford - 1932 Jan-Mar Volume 2a Page 1539.3,1,4
  • Marriage: She and Stanley Pepper were married on 7 October 1950 in Westminster, Westminster, London, England, Caxton Hall, Westminster, SW1; Formerly: Middlesex; Index: Westminster - 1950 Oct-Dec Volume 5c Page 768.2,4
  • Death: She died on 13 August 2013.1

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Name Pearl Pepper
    Citation: 1
  • 1932
    Birth
    14 February 1932 | Pluckley, Thorne, Kent, England
    Pearl Miles was born on 14 February 1932 in Pluckley, Thorne, Kent, England. Note: Index: W.Ashford - 1932 Jan-Mar Volume 2a Page 1539.
    Citations: 3,1,4
  • 195018
    Marriage | Stanley Pepper
    7 October 1950 | Westminster, Westminster, London, England
    Age 23
    Birth 7 May 1927 | Charing Cross, Westminster, London, England
    Death: 8 October 1996 | Lambeth, London, England
    She and Stanley Pepper were married on 7 October 1950 in Westminster, Westminster, London, England, Caxton Hall, Westminster, SW1; Formerly: Middlesex; Index: Westminster - 1950 Oct-Dec Volume 5c Page 768.
    Citations: 2,4
  • 19397
    TIMELINE
    1 September 1939 | Europe
    World War 2 starts with German invasion of Poland in Europe on 1 September 1939.
    Citation: 5
  • 19397
    Census
    29 September 1939 | Bridge-Blean, Kent, England
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 7; Marital status: Unmarried; Relation to Head: APPARENTLY Relative.
    Citation: 4
  • 19397
    Occupation
    29 September 1939 | Bridge-Blean, Kent, England
    At School.
    Citation: 4
  • 19397
    Residence
    29 September 1939 | Bridge-Blean, Kent, England
    Detail: The Stores Shalmsford Street, Chartham, Shalmsford Street.
    Citation: 4
  • 194513
    TIMELINE
    2 September 1945 | World
    World War 2 ends armistice in Japan (VJ Day) in World on 2 September 1945.
    Citation: 6
  • 195018
    Residence
    7 October 1950 | Westminster, Westminster, London, England
    Detail: (at Marriage.)
    Citation: 2
  • 199664
    Event or Activity
    8 October 1996 | Lambeth, London, England
    She was in Lambeth, London, England, on 8 October 1996. Note: Death of husband Stanley.
    Citation: 7

Events - Death & Burial

  • 201381
    Death
    13 August 2013
    Citation: 1

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Pearl Miles has the reference number 351.


Person Exhibits

Portrait-Miles-Pearl-Pepper-1932-1996-Dec
Kindly shared by Mark Dowling on 21 Dec 2021. Pearl Miles Pepper
PhotoGroup-Dowling-Mark-Pepper-Pearl-1996-06-27-29-jpg
Kindl;y shared by Mark Dowling on 22 Dec 2021:- 1. ; 2. ; 3. Pearl Miles Pepper; 4. Jennifer Pearl Anne Pepper; 5. Mark Donald Dowling; 6. Betty Davies Dowling; 7. James Edward Dowling; 8. .
PhotoGroup-Pepper-Stanley-Pearl-Miles-George-Pepper-WSP-1915
Kindly shared by Jennifer Dowling nee Pepper on 5 Feb 2022: Caxton Hall, Westminster, London. 1. George Miles; 2. Pearl Pepper nee Miles 1932-2013; 3. Stanley Pepper 1927-1996; 4. William Stanley Philip Pepper 1886-1953
Photo-Miles-Pearl-Pepper-1932-2013-
Kindly shared by Jennifer Dowling nee Pepper on 5 Feb 2022: Pearl Pepper nee Miles, 1932-2013



Citations

  1. [S707] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Dowling.,
    Citation Detail: From: Dowling, Jennifer ; Sent: 04 February 2022 21:16; To: email address; Subject: My grandad; I put this together over this week whenever I had a free moment. Just a bit more information. I’ve also attached a pdf of the PowerPoint in case you can’t open it.,
    Citation Text: C ollated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 5 February 2022:-
  2. [S3649] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: https://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/search.pl,
    Repository: Internet Service: FreeBMD - www.freebmd.org.uk,
    Citation Detail: Marriage of PEPPER, STANLEY to PEARL, MILES in Westminster, London, England (Middlesex); Index: Westminster - 1950 Oct-Dec Volume 5c Page 768;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 6 February 2022 at Page "FreeBMD - Search" of Service: Generic Service; - (via ORA);

    Marriage-1950-ENG-Q4-Pepper-Index
  3. [S2020] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: https://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/search.pl,
    Repository: Internet Service: FreeBMD - www.freebmd.org.uk,
    Citation Detail: Birth of MILES, PEARL in W.AshfordMother's Name: Hancock; Index: W.Ashford - 1932 Jan-Mar Volume 2a Page 1539;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 6 February 2022 at Page "FreeBMD - Search" of Service: Generic Service; - (via ORA);

    BirthIndex-Miles-1932-Q1-E&W.jpg
  4. [S2966] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=TNA%2FR39%2F1803%2F1803E%2F022&parentid=TNA%2FR39%2F1803%2F1803E%2F022%2F22,
    Citation Detail: Census for MILES, FRANK household of The Stores Shalmsford Street, Chartham, Shalmsford Street, Kent, England; Archive reference: RG101/1803E/022/18, Piece number: 1803E, E D letter code: DJBL, Item number: 22, Line number: 18, Record ID: TNA/R39/1803/1803E/022/18, Schedule: 271, Schedule Sub Number: 1; ; First name(s) Last name(s) Birth date Sex Occupation Marital status Schedule Schedule sub number Frank Miles 13 Aug 1890 Male Shop Keeper Own Account (General Stores) Married 271 1 Kate Miles 12 Apr 1885 Female Unpaid Domestic Duties Married 271 2 The record for this person is officially closed. The record for this person is officially closed. Pearl Pepper (Miles) 14 Feb 1932 Female At School Single 271 5 Dorothy B Miles 01 Feb 1894 Female Unpaid Domestic Duties Married 271 6,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 6 February 2022 at Page "Record Transcription: 1939 Register | findmypast.co.uk" via service: Findmypast. Transcript: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=TNA/R39/1803/1803E/022/18;

    Census-1939-ENG-Miles-Frank-1890-Kent-Bridge-Blean-R.D.
    Census-1939-ENG-Miles-Frank-1890-Kent-Bridge-Blean-R.D.
  5. [S4220] SOURCE: (Full): -,
    Source Combined Fields: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_II,
    Repository: Internet Site: Wikipedia,
    Citation Detail: Entry for TIMELINE EVENT:- World War 2 starts with German invasion of Poland; Location: Europe, From: 1 September 1939 ;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 7 February 2022; Internet Page titled: DOWLING ONE NAME STUDY - Timeline - list; via Service: Generic Service; at https://www.dowling.one-name.net/up/timeline-list.htm;(via ORA);
  6. [S4221] SOURCE: (Full): -,
    Source Combined Fields: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_II,
    Repository: Internet Site: Wikipedia,
    Citation Detail: Entry for TIMELINE EVENT:- World War 2 ends armistice in Japan (VJ Day); Location: World, From: 2 September 1945 ;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 7 February 2022; Internet Page titled: DOWLING ONE NAME STUDY - Timeline - list; via Service: Generic Service; at https://www.dowling.one-name.net/up/timeline-list.htm;(via ORA);
  7. [S4205] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=BMD%2FD%2F1996%2F10%2F81552721,
    Repository: Internet Service: Find My Past,
    Citation Detail: Death of PEPPER, STANLEY in Lambeth, Surrey Until Apr 1889, London Until 1965, England; Birth: 7 May 1927; Index: Lambeth - 1996 Oct-Dec; District number: 2411B; Entry number: 018; Date of registration mm yy: 1096; ;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on Page "Record Transcription: England & Wales Deaths 1837-2007 | findmypast.co.uk" of Service: Findmypast; -(ORA);

William Stanley Philip Pepper1

M, #352, b. 27 March 1886, d. between October and December 1953
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Parents



Family :-
: Partner: Catherine Sullivan (b. 26 April 1892, d. July 1976)

Children:


BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: William Stanley Philip Pepper was born on 27 March 1886 in Arlesey, Bedfordshire, EnglandG.1,2,3
  • Marriage: He and Catherine Sullivan were married between January and March 1915 in Southwark, London, England, Formerly: Surrey; Index: Southwark - 1915 Jan-Mar Volume 1d Page 87.4
  • Death: He died between October and December 1953, in Westminster, Westminster, London, England. Note: Age: 68; Formerly: Middlesex; Index: Westminster - 1953 Oct-Dec Volume 5c Page 332.5

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Name Sullivan
    Citations: 6,7,8,9,10
  • Name William S P Pepper
    Citations: 3,11,12,5
  • Name William Pepper
    Citations: 13,2
  • Name William P S Pepper
    Citation: 4
  • Name William Stanley P Pepper
    Citation: 14
  • Name George William Pepper
  • 1885
    Birth
    27 March 1885 | Arlesey, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England
    William Stanley Philip Pepper was born on 27 March 1885 in Arlesey, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England. Note: Formerly: Partly in Hertfordshire until 1844; Index: Biggleswade - 1885 Apr-Jun Volume 3b Page 367.
    Citations: 14,11,1
  • 1885
    Birth
    27 April 1885
    Citation: 12
  • 1886
    Birth
    27 March 1886 | Arlesey, Bedfordshire, EnglandG
    Citations: 1,2,3
  • 1887
    Birth
    1887 | Arlesey, Bedfordshire, EnglandG
    Citation: 13
  • Between January and March 1915 | Southwark, London, England
    Birth 26 April 1892 | London, EnglandG
    Death: July 1976 | Lewisham, London, England
    He and Catherine Sullivan were married between January and March 1915 in Southwark, London, England, Formerly: Surrey; Index: Southwark - 1915 Jan-Mar Volume 1d Page 87.
    Citation: 4
  • Residence
    Between January and March 1915 | Southwark, London, England
    Detail: (at Marriage.)
    Citation: 4
  • Residence
    Between January and March 1916 | Southwark, London, England
    Detail: Birth of daughter Catherine L, Peffer (index error.)
    Citation: 15
  • Residence
    Between January and March 1926 | Westminster, London, EnglandG
    Detail: Birth of Rita M, Pepper.
    Citation: 7
  • Military
    Between 17 February and 19 July 1915 | Chatham, Kent, EnglandG
    Able Seaman; on board "HMS Pembroke" naval barracks.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 19 February and 23 March 1910
    Able Seaman (108/29); on board "HMS Excellent" (believed to be an on-shore establishment at Portsmouth.)
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 23 February and 3 March 1906
    Able Seaman ((15a/10139); ; on board "HMS Victory" at the time a Portmouth Harbour "rotten" Ship in poor repair, possibly with a maintenance crew.
    Citations: 16,1
  • Military
    Between 4 March and 29 May 1903
    Boy 2nd class (1a/8940); on board ship "HMS Northampton."
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 10 March and 31 July 1914 | Chatham, Kent, EnglandG
    Able Seaman (15-11/06); on board "HMS Pembroke" Naval Barracks.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 24 March and 1 April 1910
    Able Seaman (15/1377); on board "HMS Pembroke" the last wooden 101 gun, 2 deck steam battleship OR naval barracks at Chatham, Kent.
    Citations: 1,17
  • Military
    Between 27 March and 11 June 1904
    Ordinary Seaman (12D/14); on board ship "HMS Apollo" a 2nd class protected cruiser launched 1891.
    Citations: 1,18
  • Residence
    Between April and June 1927 | Westminster, London, EnglandG
    Detail: Birth of Stanley, Pepper.
    Citation: 6
  • Residence
    Between April and June 1929 | Chelsea, Kensington & Chelsea, London, England
    Detail: Death of Catherine L Pepper.
    Citation: 19
  • Military
    Between 1 April and 4 December 1911
    Able Seaman (5-ii/345); on board "HMS Indomitable" an Invincible class battleship.
    Citations: 1,20
  • Military
    Between 1 April and 17 June 1918
    Leading Seaman (5-ii/2); on board "HMS Tarantula" an Insect class gunboat.
    Citations: 1,21
  • Military
    Between 2 April and 26 September 1910
    Able Seaman (5a/147); on board "HMS Magnificent" Majestic Class pre-dreadnought battleship.
    Citations: 1,22
  • Military
    Between 11 April and 27 July 1917 | Chatham, Kent, EnglandG
    Leading Seaman (7608); on board "HMS Pembroke" naval barracks.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 10 May and 28 June 1905
    Ordinary Seaman (15/188); on board "HMS Hyacinth" a Highflyer Class protected cruiser assigned to Chaneel Fleet then East India Station.
    Citations: 1,23
  • Military
    Between 30 May and 3 June 1903
    Boy 2nd class (15/1612); on board ship "HMS Cleopatra."
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 4 June and 2 November 1903
    Boy 1st class (15/1612); on board ship "HMS Cleopatra."
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 12 June and 13 September 1904
    Ordinary Seaman (15-1a/260); on board "HMS Fire Queen" (may have been tender to HMS Fisgard); sidenote: "Sealink" (ferry company did not exist at this time.)
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 22 June and 29 July 1918
    Leading Seaman (15/354); on board "HMS Tamor" (may be troop base ship in Hong Kong.)
    Citation: 1
  • Residence
    Between July and September 1918 | Lambeth, London, England
    Detail: Birth of Elizabeth O, Pepper.
    Citation: 10
  • Residence
    Between July and September 1920 | Southwark, London, England
    Detail: Birth of William E, Pepper.
    Citation: 24
  • Residence
    Between July and September 1921 | Southwark, London, England
    Detail: Birth of Elizabeth J, Pepper.
    Citation: 9
  • Military
    Between 20 July and 27 November 1915 | South Atlantic
    Able Seaman (5-2/54); on board "HMS Duncan" pre-dreadnaught Duncan class high speed battleship.
    Citations: 1,25
  • Military
    Between 20 July and 24 October 1918 | Chatham, Kent, EnglandG
    Leading Seaman; on board "HMS Pembroke" naval barracks.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 28 July and 6 September 1917
    Leading Seaman; on board "HMS Heythrop" a Hunt class minesweeper launched in 1917.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 7 September and 26 December 1917 | Chatham, Kent, EnglandG
    Leading Seaman; on board "HMS Pembroke" naval barracks.
    Citation: 1
  • Residence
    Between October and December 1918 | Southwark, London, England
    Detail: Death of daughter Elizabeth O Pepper.
    Citation: 19
  • Residence
    Between October and December 1923 | Southwark, London, England
    Detail: Birth of Edward P, Pepper.
    Citation: 8
  • Military
    Between 27 November and 11 December 1911 | Chatham, Kent, EnglandG
    Able Seaman (15/5640); on board "HMS Pembroke" naval barracks.
    Citations: 1,17
  • Military
    Between 003 and 11 November 1903
    Boy 1st class (1513/1590); on board ship "HMS Victory."
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 018 and 21 June 1918
    Leading Seaman (5/113); on board "RMS Ophir" an armed merchant cruiser requisitioned ex-royal yacht.
    Citations: 1,26
  • Military
    Between 021 and 31 March 1911
    Able Seaman (15/4017); on board "HMS Pembroke" the last wooden 101 gun, 2 deck steam battleship OR naval barracks at Chatham, Kent.
    Citations: 17,1
  • 1891
    Occupation
    5 April 1891 | Arlesey, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England
    Scholar.
    Citation: 3
  • 1891
    Residence
    5 April 1891 | Arlesey, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England
    Detail: Asylum Road, Biggleswade.
    Citation: 3
  • 1891
    Census
    5 April 1891 | Arlesey, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 5; Relation to Head: Son.
    Citation: 3
  • 1901
    Residence
    31 March 1901 | Arlesey, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England
    Detail: (214) Asylum Road.
    Citation: 2
  • 1901
    Census
    31 March 1901 | Arlesey, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 15; Marital status: Unmarried; Relation to Head: Son.
    Citation: 2
  • 1901
    Military ID
    18 September 1901 | Chatham, Kent, EnglandG
    Issued Regimental or Serial Number: 12229.
    Citation: 27
  • 1901
    Military
    18 September 1901 | Chatham, Kent, EnglandG
    Unit: Royal Marine Light Infantry.
    Citation: 27
  • 1901
    Military
    18 September 1901 | Chatham, Kent, EnglandG
    Age: 15; Enlisted.
    Citation: 27
  • 1901
    Military
    18 September 1901 | Chatham, Kent, EnglandG
    Service: Royal Navy.
    Citation: 27
  • 1903
    Military
    4 March 1903
    Service: British Royal Navy.
    Citation: 1
  • 1903
    Military ID
    4 March 1903
    Issued Regimental or Serial Number: Service Number: 227286.
    Citation: 1
  • 1903
    Religious Affiliation
    4 March 1903
    Citation: 1
  • 1903
    Residence
    4 March 1903 | Arlesey, Bedfordshire, EnglandG
    Detail: High Street.
    Citation: 1
  • 1903
    Fact
    4 March 1903
    On 4 March 1903 Can swim.
    Citation: 1
  • 1903
    Military
    4 March 1903 | Chatham, Kent, EnglandG
    Volunteered for 12 years.
    Citation: 1
  • 1903
    Description
    4 March 1903 | Chatham, Kent, EnglandG
    Described as: Height: 5'4"; Hair: Brown; Eyes: Blue; Complexion: Fresh; Marks: 2 scars on right wrist.
    Citation: 1
  • 1903
    Military
    4 March 1903 | Chatham, Kent, EnglandG
    Attestation as volunteer for 12 years commencing 27 March 1904.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 12 November 1903 and 26 March 1904
    Boy 1st class (12D/14); on board ship "HMS Apollo" a 2nd class protected cruiser launched 1891.
    Citations: 18,1
  • 1904
    Military
    1 March 1904
    Trade: Group 41; Bugler; Musician.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 14 September 1904 and 9 May 1905
    Ordinary Seaman (5/41); on board "HMS Sealink."
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 29 June 1905 and 22 February 1906
    Ordinary Seaman (15a/10139); on board "HMS Victory" at the time a Portmouth Harbour "rotten" Ship in poor repair, possibly with a maintenance crew.
    Citations: 16,1
  • 1906
    Description
    23 February 1906 | Portsmouth, Hampshire, EnglandG
    Described as: Height: 5'6"; Hair: Brown; Eyes: Grey; Marks: Hand & Rose tatooed on right forearm.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 4 March 1906 and 25 March 1907
    Able Seaman (5/197); on board "HMS Nelson" a Nelson Class armoured cruiser scarpped in 1910. (May be "HMS Lord Nelson" a battleship launched in 1906).
    Citations: 1,28
  • Military
    Between 26 March 1907 and 6 August 1909
    Able Seaman (5a/390); on board "HMS Albion" a pre-dreadnought battleship.
    Citations: 1,29
  • 1908
    Military
    19 June 1908
    Passed at 'Rating' for Bugler cancelled at own request.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 7 August 1909 and 18 February 1910
    Able Seaman (108/29); on board "HMS Excellent" (believed to be an on-shore establishment at Portsmouth.)
    Citation: 1
  • 1910
    Award of Medal
    3 September 1910 | India
    Medal: Indian General Service Medal in India on 3 September 1910.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 27 September 1910 and 20 March 1911
    Able Seaman (5a/4017); on board "HMS Agamemnon" Lord Nelson class pre-dreadnought battleship.
    Citations: 1,30
  • 1911
    Occupation
    2 April 1911 | Medway, Kent, England
    Seaman Royal Navy (List of Officers, Crew and Royal Marines on Board at midnight.)
    Citation: 13
  • 1911
    Military
    2 April 1911 | Medway, Kent, England
    Rank Able Seaman.
    Citation: 13
  • 1911
    Residence
    2 April 1911 | Medway, Kent, England
    Detail: Meday, Kent, England; "111; 416; 400" HMS Indomitable.
    Citation: 13
  • 1911
    Census
    2 April 1911 | Medway, Kent, England
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 24; Marital status: Unmarried; Relation to Head.
    Citation: 13
  • Military
    Between 12 December 1911 and 4 December 1912
    Able Seaman (5-2/180); on board "HMS Africa" a pre-dreadnaught battleshipof King Edward VII class.
    Citations: 1,31
  • Military
    Between 5 March 1912 and 9 March 1914
    Able Seaman (5-2/23); on board "HMS Shannon" a Minotaur class armoured cruiser.
    Citations: 1,32
  • 1913
    Military
    23 January 1913
    Rank: Leading Seaman.
    Citation: 1
  • 1914
    Event or Activity
    1914
    He was in in 1914. Note: Wounded.
    Citation: 1
  • Award of Medal
    Between 1914 and 1915 | India
    Medal: Indian General Service Medal in India on between 1914 and 1915.
    Citation: 1
  • 1914
    Military
    13 June 1914
    Re-examined for Bugler and found efficient.
    Citation: 1
  • 1914
    TIMELINE
    28 July 1914 | Europe
    World War 1 starts, following the assassination at Sarajevo, with Austria-Hungary declaring war on Serbia in Europe on 28 July 1914.
    Citation: 33
  • Military
    Between 1 August 1914 and 16 February 1915
    Able Seaman (5-2/8); on board "HMS Magnificent" Majestic Class pre-dreadnought battleship.
    Citations: 1,22
  • 1915
    Event or Activity
    1915
    He was in in 1915. Note: Wounded.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 28 November 1915 and 10 April 1917 | Mediterranean Sea
    Leading Seaman (5-2/54); on board "HMS Duncan" pre-dreadnaught Duncan class high speed battleship.
    Citations: 1,25
  • 1915
    Description
    After 1915
    Described as: Height: 5'6"; Hair: Brown; Eyes: Grey; Complexion: Fresh; Hand? Rose Tattoed on right forearm.
    Citation: 1
  • 1916
    Event or Activity
    1916
    He was in in 1916. Note: Wounded.
    Citation: 1
  • 1916
    Military
    22 September 1916
    Passed for P.O. (Petty Officer) not actually promoted.
    Citation: 1
  • 1917
    Event or Activity
    1917
    He was in in 1917. Note: Wounded; Chevrons Awarded.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 21 December 1917 and 31 March 1918
    Leading Seaman (15/278); on board "HMS Dalhousie" (possibly a naval barracks in Mumbai or Indian Marine troopship.)
    Citation: 1
  • 1918
    Event or Activity
    July 1918
    He was in in July 1918. Note: Wounded.
    Citation: 1
  • 1918
    Military
    25 October 1918
    Leading Seaman (12/3471/93); on board "HMS Columbine" (Wessex) may be a base ship from Osprey class sloop in Hong Kong, or port base/depot ship in Scotland.
    Citation: 1
  • 1918
    TIMELINE
    1 November 1918 | World
    World War 1 ends with millions dead and armistice in Germany in World on 1 November 1918.
    Citation: 34
  • 1918
    Residence
    5 December 1918 | Arlesey, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England
    Detail: High Street, Arlesey.
    Citation: 1
  • 1918
    Military
    31 December 1918
    Conduct: Very Good; periodically granted Good Conduct Badges.
    Citation: 1
  • 1919
    Award of Medal
    1919
    Medal: British War Medal in on 1919.
    Citation: 35
  • 1919
    Residence
    1919 | Vauxhall, Lambeth, London, England
    Detail: 6 A The Estate, Vauxhall Bridge Road; SW1.
    Citation: 35
  • 1919
    Award of Medal
    1919
    Medal: Victory Medal in on 1919.
    Citation: 35
  • 1919
    Award of Medal
    1919
    Medal: 1914 Star in on 1919.
    Citation: 35
  • 1921
    Census
    19 June 1921 | St George the Martyr Southwark, London, Surrey, England
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 36 years, 2 months; Marital status: Married; Relation to Head: Head.
    Citation: 11
  • 1921
    Residence
    19 June 1921 | St George the Martyr Southwark, London, England
    Detail: formerly Surrey; 33 Orient Street; Parish: St George the Martyr Southwark.
    Citation: 11
  • 1921
    Occupation
    19 June 1921 | St George the Martyr Southwark, London, Surrey, England
    Royal Navy (700): Leading Seaman; H M S Repulse.
    Citation: 11
  • 1939
    TIMELINE
    1 September 1939 | Europe
    World War 2 starts with German invasion of Poland in Europe on 1 September 1939.
    Citation: 36
  • 1939
    Census
    29 September 1939 | Westminster, London, EnglandG
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 53; Marital status: Married; Relation to Head: Head.
    Citation: 12
  • 1939
    Residence
    29 September 1939 | Westminster, London, EnglandG
    Detail: 6 Block A Peabody Buildings, Pimlico, City Of Westminster.
    Citation: 12
  • 1939
    Occupation
    29 September 1939 | Westminster, London, EnglandG
    Customs & Excise (Watcher.)
    Citation: 12
  • 1945
    TIMELINE
    2 September 1945 | World
    World War 2 ends armistice in Japan (VJ Day) in World on 2 September 1945.
    Citation: 37

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    Between October and December 1953 | Westminster, Westminster, London, England
    William Stanley Philip Pepper died between October and December 1953, in Westminster, Westminster, London, England. Note: Age: 68; Formerly: Middlesex; Index: Westminster - 1953 Oct-Dec Volume 5c Page 332.
    Citation: 5

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study William Stanley Philip Pepper has the reference number 352.

Narrative

World War I served on HMS Indomitable one of three Invincible-class battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy before World War I and had an active career during the war. She tried to hunt down the German ships Goeben and Breslau in the Mediterranean when war broke out and bombarded Turkish fortifications protecting the Dardanelles even before the British declared war on Turkey. She helped to sink the German armoured cruiser Blücher during the Battle of Dogger Bank in 1915 and towed the damaged British battlecruiser HMS Lion to safety after the battle. She damaged the German battlecruisers Seydlitz and Derfflinger during the Battle of Jutland in mid-1916 and watched her sister ship HMS Invincible explode. Deemed obsolete after the war, she was sold for scrap in 1921.

Served on HMS Repulse a 1941 during World War II.

Person Exhibits

Portrait-Pepper-WSP-1886-1953
Doc-Military-Pepper-William-Stanley-Philip-British-Navy-Certificate
Kindly shared by Jennifer Pearl Anne Pepper
Award-Medal-Pepper-William-Stanley-Philip-WW1-Trio
Kindly shared by Jennifer Pearl Anne Pepper
Ship-HMS-Indomitable-1907-1921
Ship-HMS-Repulse-1920s
The battlecruiser HMS Repulse leading other Royal Navy capital ships during maneuvers, circa the late 1920s. The next ship astern is HMS Renown. The extensive external side armor of Repulse and the larger "bulge" of Renown allow these ships to be readily differentiated. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Repulse_(1916)#/media/File:Renown-7.jpg
PhotoGroup-Pepper-Stanley-Pearl-Miles-George-Pepper-WSP-1915
Kindly shared by Jennifer Dowling nee Pepper on 5 Feb 2022: Caxton Hall, Westminster, London. 1. George Miles; 2. Pearl Pepper nee Miles 1932-2013; 3. Stanley Pepper 1927-1996; 4. William Stanley Philip Pepper 1886-1953



Citations

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    Source Combined Fields: Dowling (1955-), Brian Thomas. Royal Navy Certificate of Service. 1915. Privately held by Jennifer Pearl Anne Dowling nee Pepper, Ashford, Kent, England. 2022.,
    Citation Detail: Record for PEPPER, WILLIAM STANLEY PHILIP, British Royal Navy True Copy of Certificate of Service;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 31 January 2022:-

    Doc-Military-Pepper-William-Stanley-Philip-British-Navy-Certificate
    Kindly shared by Jennifer Pearl Anne Pepper
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    Citation Detail: Census for PEPPER, WILLIAM household of Arlesey, Arlesey, Bedfordshire, England; , Enumeration district: 2, Parliamentary borough or division: North, Ecclesiastical parish or district: Arlesey St Peter, Archive reference: RG13, Piece number: 1498, Folio: 43, Page: 33, Schedule: 214; Record ID: GBC/1901/0009945237; First name(s) Last name Relationship Marital status Sex Age Birth year Occupation Birth place William Pepper Head Married Male 47 1854 Asylum attendant Eversholt, Bedfordshire, England S J Pepper Wife Married Female 37 1864 - Lambeth, Surrey, England William Pepper Son Single Male 15 1886 - Arlesey, Bedfordshire, England Wallace Pepper Son Single Male 12 1889 - Arlesey, Bedfordshire, England Louie Pepper Daughter Single Female 11 1890 - Arlesey, Bedfordshire, England Nellie Pepper Daughter Single Female 8 1893 - Arlesey, Bedfordshire, England,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 1 February 2022 at "Record Transcription: 1911 Census For England & Wales | findmypast.co.uk" via Service:Findmypast. Transcript: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=GBC/1901/0009945237 -(ORA).

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    Citation Detail: Census for PEPPER, WILLIAM household of Arlesey, Arlesey, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England; , Enumeration district: 2, Parliamentary borough or division: North Bedfordshire, Ecclesiastical parish or district: Arlesey, Archive reference: RG12, Piece number: 1256, Folio: 42, Page: 34, Schedule: 197; Record ID: GBC/1891/0009376399; First name(s) Last name Relationship Marital status Sex Age Birth year Occupation Birth place William Pepper Head Married Male 37 1854 Attendant in asylum Eversholt, Bedfordshire, England Sarah J Pepper Wife Married Female 28 1863 - London, Middlesex, England William S P Pepper Son - Male 5 1886 Scholar Arlesey, Bedfordshire, England Reginald V Pepper Son - Male 4 1887 Scholar Arlesey, Bedfordshire, England George W Pepper Son - Male 2 1889 - Arlesey, Bedfordshire, England Edith L A Pepper Daughter - Female 1 1890 - Arlesey, Bedfordshire, England,
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    Citation Detail: Marriage of PEPPER, WILLIAM P S to CATHERINE, SULLIVAN in Southwark, London, England (Surrey); Index: Southwark - 1915 Jan-Mar Volume 1d Page 87;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 31 January 2022 at Page "FreeBMD - Search" of Service: Generic Service; - (via ORA); Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 31 January 2022 at Page "FreeBMD - Search" of Service: Generic Service; - (via ORA);

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    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 2 February 2022 at Page "FreeBMD - Search" of Service: Generic Service; - (via ORA);

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    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 2 February 2022 at Page "FreeBMD - Search" of Service: Generic Service; - (via ORA);

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    Source Combined Fields: 1921 census of England. LONDON, SURREY. Digital images. Find My Past. www.findmypast.co.uk : see citation.

    Collection ID: 1921CensusOfEnglandWales; Record set: 1921 Census Of England & Wales; Category: Census, land & surveys; Subcategory: Census; Collections from: Great Britain, England;
    Citation Detail: Census for PEPPER, WILLIAM S P household of 33 Orient Street, St George the Martyr Southwark, London, Surrey, England; Folio: ; Page: ; Record ID: GBC/1921/RG15/01795/0575/01; Registration district number: 23; Sub-district number: 2; Enumeration district number: 7; Archive series: RG 15; Piece number: 01795; Schedule number: 287; Schedule type code: E; Schedule type: England household, single page, 10 entries; District reference: RD 23 RS 2 ED 7; First name(s) Last name Relation to Head Sex Birth year Age in years Birth place Occupation Employer William S P Pepper Daughter Male 1885 36 Arlesey, Bedfordshire, England Leading Seaman Royal Navy Catherine Pepper Wife Female 1892 29 London, England Home Duties - William Pepper Son Male 1920 - Southwark, London, England - - Catherine L Pepper Daughter Female 1916 5 Southwark, London, England - -,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 2 February 2022 at Record Transcription: 1921 Census Of England & Wales | findmypast.co.uk Service: Findmypast; (via ORA). Paid for Transcript: >https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=GBC/1921/RG15/01795/0575/01

    Census-1921-ENG-Pepper-Catherine-L-1916-London, Surrey-Southwark-C
    Census-1921-ENG-Pepper-Catherine-L-1916-London, Surrey-Southwark-B
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    Citation Detail: Census for PEPPER, WILLIAM S P household of 6 Block A Peabody Buildings, Pimlico, City Of Westminster, London, England; Archive reference: RG101/0623H/006/24, Piece number: 0623H, E D letter code: AYBA, Item number: 6, Line number: 24, Record ID: TNA/R39/0623/0623H/006/24, Schedule: 93, Schedule Sub Number: 1; ; First name(s) Last name(s) Birth date Sex Occupation Marital status Schedule Schedule sub number William S P Pepper 27 Apr 1885 Male Customs & Excise (Watcher) Married 93 1 Catherine Pepper 26 ? 1892 Female Office Cleaner Married 93 2 Joyce E Pepper 29 Sep 1921 Female Electrical Parts Assembler Single 93 3,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 2 February 2022 at Page "Record Transcription: 1921 Census Of England & Wales | findmypast.co.uk" via service: Findmypast. Transcript: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=TNA/R39/0623/0623H/006/24;

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    Citation Detail: Census for PEPPER, WILLIAM household of Meday, Gillingham, Kent, England; , Enumeration district: 36, Piece number: 3962, Schedule: 9999; Record ID: GBC/1911/RG14/03962/0552/23; Sex: Male; Birth year: 1887; Age: 24; Age as transcribed: 24; Relation to Head: -; Marital status: Single; Occupation: -; Birth place: Arlesley Bedfordshire; Birth place as transcribed: Arlesley Bedfordshire; Institution name: Indomitable; Full address: Meday, Kent, England; Address: -; Street: -; Parish: Meday; County: Kent; Country: England; Registration district: Medway; Registration district number: 47; Sub district Gillingham; Sub district number: 2; Enumeration district: 36; Archive series : RG14; Piece number: 3962; Schedule 9999; Census reference: RG14PN3962 RD47 SD2 ED36 SN9999; RG 78 piece number: 150; Other household member first name(s): -; Other household member last name: -;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 1 February 2022 at Record Transcription: 1911 Census For England & Wales | findmypast.co.uk via service: Findmypast. Transcript: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=GBC/1911/RG14/03962/0552/23

    Census-1911-ENG-Pepper-William-1887-Kent-Medway
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    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 31 January 2022 at Page "FreeBMD - Search" of Service: Generic Service; - (via ORA);

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  18. [S4188] SOURCE (Short): -, Title: Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia, Citation Detail: Ship HMS Apollo, the sixth ship of the Royal Navy to be named for the Greek god Apollo, was a second-class Apollo-class protected cruiser launched in 1891 and converted to a minelayer in 1909 along with six of her sisters. They formed a minelaying squadron in 1914–15 during the First World War, although Apollo was disarmed in 1915 and served in secondary roles until broken up in 1920.
    THE ROYAL NAVY IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR
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    Death-1929-ENG-Q2-Pepper-Index
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    Ship-HMS-Indomitable-1907-1921
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  22. [S4188] SOURCE (Short): -, Title: Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia, Citation Detail: Ship HMS Magnificent was one of the nine Majestic-class pre-dreadnought battleships of the Royal Navy. She entered service in late 1895 with the Channel Fleet, remaining with the fleet through its subsequent reorganisation into the Atlantic Fleet. In 1905, an explosion caused the deaths of 18 men but she remained in service until 1906, after which she underwent a refit. She served with the Home Fleet for most of her pre-war service.
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    Ship-HMS-Hyacinth-1915
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    Repository: On-line,
    Citation Detail: Entry for PEPPER, WILLIAM STANLEY PHILLIP; Service number: 12229; Source reference: 7722091;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 3 April 2022:-
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    Ship-HMS-Albion-1898
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  31. [S4188] SOURCE (Short): -, Title: Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia, Citation Detail: Ship HMS Africa was a pre-dreadnought battleship of the Royal Navy, and the penultimate ship of the King Edward VII class. The ship was built by Chatham Dockyard between 1904 and 1906. Armed with a battery of four 12-inch (305 mm) and four 9.2 in (234 mm) guns, she and her sister ships marked a significant advance in offensive power compared to earlier British battleship designs that did not carry the 9.2 in guns. Like all ships of the class (apart from HMS King Edward VII), she was named after an important part of the British Empire, namely Africa. After commissioning in July 1905, she served briefly with the Atlantic Fleet from October to March 1907 before transferring to the Channel Fleet. She then joined the Home Fleet in 1909. Africa participated in tests with shipboard aircraft in January 1912, and she was the first British ship to launch an aeroplane. In mid-1912, she, along with her sister ships, was assigned to the 3rd Battle Squadron, part of the Home Fleet. That year, the squadron went to the Mediterranean Sea during the First Balkan War as part of an international blockade of Montenegro. In 1913, the ship returned to British waters.
    Ship-HMS-Africa
  32. [S4188] SOURCE (Short): -, Title: Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia, Citation Detail: Ship HMS Shannon was a Minotaur-class armoured cruiser built for the Royal Navy in the mid-1900s. Before the First World War, she served with the Home Fleet, generally as the flagship of a cruiser squadron. The ship remained with the Grand Fleet, as the Home Fleet was renamed when the war began, for the entire war, but only participated in a single battle, the Battle of Jutland in May 1916. Shannon spent most of the war unsuccessfully patrolling the North Sea for German warships and commerce raiders. She was paid off in 1919 and sold for scrap in 1922.
    Ship-HMS-Shannon-1906
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    Source Combined Fields: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_I,
    Repository: Internet Site: Wikipedia,
    Citation Detail: Entry for TIMELINE EVENT:- World War 1 starts, following the assassination at Sarajevo, with Austria-Hungary declaring war on Serbia; Location: Europe, From: 28 July 1914 ;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 7 February 2022; Internet Page titled: DOWLING ONE NAME STUDY - Timeline - list; via Service: Generic Service; at https://www.dowling.one-name.net/up/timeline-list.htm;(via ORA);
  34. [S4209] SOURCE: (Full): -,
    Source Combined Fields: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_I,
    Repository: Internet Site: Wikipedia,
    Citation Detail: Entry for TIMELINE EVENT:- World War 1 ends with millions dead and armistice in Germany; Location: World, From: 1 November 1918 ;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 7 February 2022; Internet Page titled: DOWLING ONE NAME STUDY - Timeline - list; via Service: Generic Service; at https://www.dowling.one-name.net/up/timeline-list.htm;(via ORA);
  35. [S4197] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Dowling (1955-), Brian Thomas. Medals. 1919. Privately held by Jennifer Pearl Anne Dowling nee Pepper, Ashford, Kent, England. 2022.,
    Citation Detail: Medals for PEPPER, WILLIAM STANLEY: World War 1 Trio viz 1. 1914-15 Star; 2. Britsih War Medal; 3: Victory Medal,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 31 January 2022:-

    Award-Medal-Pepper-William-Stanley-Philip-WW1-Trio
    Kindly shared by Jennifer Pearl Anne Pepper
  36. [S4212] SOURCE: (Full): -,
    Source Combined Fields: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_II,
    Repository: Internet Site: Wikipedia,
    Citation Detail: Entry for TIMELINE EVENT:- World War 2 starts with German invasion of Poland; Location: Europe, From: 1 September 1939 ;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 7 February 2022; Internet Page titled: DOWLING ONE NAME STUDY - Timeline - list; via Service: Generic Service; at https://www.dowling.one-name.net/up/timeline-list.htm;(via ORA);
  37. [S4212] SOURCE (Short): -, Title: Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia, Citation Detail: Entry for TIMELINE EVENT:- World War 2 ends armistice in Japan (VJ Day); Location: World, From: 2 September 1945 ;

George Robert Miles1

M, #354, b. between January and March 1899, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Parents



Family :-
: Partner: Dorethy Blanche Hancock (b. 1 February 1893, d. DECEASED)

Children:


BIOGRAPHY

Last Edited

  • 7 February 2022

Vital Facts

  • Birth: George Robert Miles was born between January and March 1899 in Pluckley, Thorne, Kent, England. Note: Index: W. Ashford - 1899 Jan-Mar Volume 2a Page 835.2,3,1
  • Marriage: He and Dorethy Blanche Hancock were married between July and September 1929 in Malling, Kent, England, Formerly: Kent; Index: Malling - 1929 Jul-Sep Volume 2a Page 2548.4
  • Death: He died DECEASED. Note: Aft 1950.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Name George Miles
    Citation: 3
  • Name George R Miles
    Citations: 4,2
  • Birth
    Between January and March 1899 | Pluckley, Thorne, Kent, England
    George Robert Miles was born between January and March 1899 in Pluckley, Thorne, Kent, England. Note: Index: W. Ashford - 1899 Jan-Mar Volume 2a Page 835.
    Citations: 2,3,1
  • Between July and September 1929 | Malling, Kent, England
    Birth 1 February 1893 | Isle of Wight, Hampshire, England
    Death: DECEASED
    He and Dorethy Blanche Hancock were married between July and September 1929 in Malling, Kent, England, Formerly: Kent; Index: Malling - 1929 Jul-Sep Volume 2a Page 2548.
    Citation: 4
  • Residence
    Between July and September 1929 | Malling, Kent, England
    Detail: (at Marriage.)
    Citation: 4
  • Residence
    Between July and September 1930 | Ashford, Kent, EnglandG
    Detail: Birth of Mary E, Miles.
    Citation: 5
  • Residence
    Between July and September 1930 | Ashford, Kent, EnglandG
    Detail: Birth of Ronald P, Miles.
    Citation: 6
  • 1901
    Residence
    31 March 1901 | Pluckley, Thorne, Kent, England
    Detail: 9, Dering Terrace.
    Citation: 2
  • 1901
    Census
    31 March 1901 | Pluckley, Thorne, Kent, England
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 2; Relation to Head: Son.
    Citation: 2
  • 1911
    Occupation
    2 April 1911 | Pluckley, Thorne, Kent, England
    School.
    Citation: 3
  • 1911
    Residence
    2 April 1911 | Pluckley, Thorne, Kent, England
    Detail: 9 Dering Terrace Pluckley Near Ashford Kent, Pluckley, Kent, England.
    Citation: 3
  • 1911
    Census
    2 April 1911 | Pluckley, Thorne, Kent, England
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 12; Marital status: Unmarried; Relation to Head: Son.
    Citation: 3
  • 1914
    TIMELINE
    28 July 1914 | Europe
    World War 1 starts, following the assassination at Sarajevo, with Austria-Hungary declaring war on Serbia in Europe on 28 July 1914.
    Citation: 7
  • 1918
    TIMELINE
    1 November 1918 | World
    World War 1 ends with millions dead and armistice in Germany in World on 1 November 1918.
    Citation: 8
  • 1932
    Residence
    14 February 1932 | Pluckley, Thorne, Kent, England
    Detail: Birth of Pearl, Miles.
    Citation: 9
  • 1939
    TIMELINE
    1 September 1939 | Europe
    World War 2 starts with German invasion of Poland in Europe on 1 September 1939.
    Citation: 10
  • 1945
    TIMELINE
    2 September 1945 | World
    World War 2 ends armistice in Japan (VJ Day) in World on 2 September 1945.
    Citation: 11

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED
    George Robert Miles died DECEASED. Note: Aft 1950.

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study George Robert Miles has the reference number 354.


Person Exhibits

Portrait-Miles-George-ENG-London-Westminster
PhotoGroup-Pepper-Stanley-Pearl-Miles-George-Pepper-WSP-1915
Kindly shared by Jennifer Dowling nee Pepper on 5 Feb 2022: Caxton Hall, Westminster, London. 1. George Miles; 2. Pearl Pepper nee Miles 1932-2013; 3. Stanley Pepper 1927-1996; 4. William Stanley Philip Pepper 1886-1953



Citations

  1. [S2020] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: https://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/search.pl,
    Repository: Internet Service: FreeBMD - www.freebmd.org.uk,
    Citation Detail: Birth of MILES, GEORGE ROBERT in W. Ashford, Kent, England; Index: W. Ashford - 1899 Jan-Mar Volume 2a Page 835;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 7 February 2022 at Page "FreeBMD - Search" of Service: Generic Service; - (via ORA);

    BirthIndex-Miles-1899-Q1-E&W.jpg
  2. [S2025] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=GBC%2F1901%2F0779-0782%2F0324&parentid=GBC%2F1901%2F0005443469,
    Citation Detail: Census for MILES, ALFRED household of Pluckley, Kent, England; , Enumeration district: 7, Parliamentary borough or division: Southern or Ashford, Ecclesiastical parish or district: St Nicholas, Archive reference: RG13, Piece number: 780, Folio: 72, Page: 13, Schedule: 78; Record ID: GBC/1901/0005443469; First name(s) Last name Relationship Marital status Sex Age Birth year Occupation Birth place Alfred Miles Head Married Male 46 1855 Labourer in brickfield (loader) Ashford, Kent, England Elizabeth Miles Wife Married Female 44 1857 - Hertfordshire, England Alfred J Miles Son Single Male 20 1881 Labourer in brickfield (loader) Pluckley, Kent, England Percy C H Miles Son Single Male 17 1884 - Pluckley, Kent, England Edward W Miles Son Single Male 14 1887 - Pluckley, Kent, England Charles Miles Son - Male 12 1889 - Pluckley, Kent, England Frank Miles Son - Male 10 1891 - Pluckley, Kent, England Herbert Miles Son - Male 8 1893 - Pluckley, Kent, England Sydney C Miles Son - Male 3 1898 - Pluckley, Kent, England George R Miles Son - Male 2 1899 - Pluckley, Kent, England,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 7 February 2022 at "Record Transcription: 1901 England, Wales & Scotland Census | findmypast.co.uk" via Service:Findmypast. Transcript: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=GBC/1901/0005443469 -(ORA).

    Census-1901-England-Miles-George-R-1899-Kent-West Ashford-A
  3. [S1399] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=GBC%2F1911%2FRG14%2F04247%2F0133&parentid=GBC%2F1911%2FRG14%2F04247%2F0133%2F1,
    Citation Detail: Census for MILES, ALFRED household of Pluckley, Calehill, Kent, England; , Enumeration district: 7, Piece number: 4247, Schedule: 67; Record ID: GBC/1911/RG14/04247/0133/1; First name(s) Last name Relation to Head Marital status Sex Age Birth year Occupation Birth place Alfred Miles Head Married Male 56 1855 Loader in brick yard Kent Ashford Elizabeth Miles Wife Married Female 54 1857 - Herts N K Percy Miles Son Single Male 27 1884 Crowder in brickyard Kent Pluckley Ernest Miles Son Single Male 24 1887 Odd man domestic Kent Pluckley Herbert Miles Son Single Male 18 1893 Drawer in brick yard Kent Pluckley Sidney Miles Son - Male 14 1897 School Kent Pluckley George Miles Son - Male 12 1899 School Kent Pluckley,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 7 February 2022 at Record Transcription: 1901 England, Wales & Scotland Census | findmypast.co.uk via service: Findmypast. Transcript: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=GBC/1911/RG14/04247/0133/1

    Census-1911-ENG-Miles-Alfred-1855-Kent-West Ashford
  4. [S3648] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: https://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/search.pl?start=1929&end=1929&sq=3&eq=3&type=Marriages&vol=2a&pgno=2548&db=bmd_1641815574&jsexec=1&mono=0&v=MTY0NDE2OTE0MTo1YTM3NjFkNzFjMTM1MmExZGM3MzcxYmQyZTlkYjdlYzNhYTUzZjZl&searchdef=db%3Dbmd_1641815574%26sq%3D1%26s_surname%3DHancock%26eq%3D4%26surname%3DMiles%26type%3DMarriages&action=Find,
    Repository: Internet Service: FreeBMD - www.freebmd.org.uk,
    Citation Detail: Marriage of MILES, GEORGE R to DOROTHY B, HANCOCK in Malling, Kent, England (Kent); Index: Malling - 1929 Jul-Sep Volume 2a Page 2548;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 6 February 2022 at Page "FreeBMD - Search" of Service: Generic Service; - (via ORA);

    Marriage-1929-ENG-Q3-Miles-Index
  5. [S2020] SOURCE (Short):, Title: ENGLAND, KENT, "FreeBMD Civil Registration BIRTH Index: 1837-Present", Citation Detail: Birth of MILES, MARY E in W.Ashford, Kent, England; Mother's Name: Hancock; Index: W.Ashford - 1930 Jul-Sep Volume 2a Page 1591;
  6. [S2020] SOURCE (Short):, Title: ENGLAND, KENT, "FreeBMD Civil Registration BIRTH Index: 1837-Present", Citation Detail: Birth of MILES, RONALD P in W.AshfordMother's Name: Hancock; Index: W.Ashford - 1930 Jul-Sep Volume 2a Page 1591;
  7. [S4222] SOURCE: (Full): -,
    Source Combined Fields: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_I,
    Repository: Internet Site: Wikipedia,
    Citation Detail: Entry for TIMELINE EVENT:- World War 1 starts, following the assassination at Sarajevo, with Austria-Hungary declaring war on Serbia; Location: Europe, From: 28 July 1914 ;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 7 February 2022; Internet Page titled: DOWLING ONE NAME STUDY - Timeline - list; via Service: Generic Service; at https://www.dowling.one-name.net/up/timeline-list.htm;(via ORA);
  8. [S4225] SOURCE: (Full): -,
    Source Combined Fields: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_I,
    Repository: Internet Site: Wikipedia,
    Citation Detail: Entry for TIMELINE EVENT:- World War 1 ends with millions dead and armistice in Germany; Location: World, From: 1 November 1918 ;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 7 February 2022; Internet Page titled: DOWLING ONE NAME STUDY - Timeline - list; via Service: Generic Service; at https://www.dowling.one-name.net/up/timeline-list.htm;(via ORA);
  9. [S2020] SOURCE (Short):, Title: ENGLAND, KENT, "FreeBMD Civil Registration BIRTH Index: 1837-Present", Citation Detail: Birth of MILES, PEARL in W.AshfordMother's Name: Hancock; Index: W.Ashford - 1932 Jan-Mar Volume 2a Page 1539;
    BirthIndex-Miles-1932-Q1-E&W.jpg
  10. [S4212] SOURCE: (Full): -,
    Source Combined Fields: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_II,
    Repository: Internet Site: Wikipedia,
    Citation Detail: Entry for TIMELINE EVENT:- World War 2 starts with German invasion of Poland; Location: Europe, From: 1 September 1939 ;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) on 7 February 2022; Internet Page titled: DOWLING ONE NAME STUDY - Timeline - list; via Service: Generic Service; at https://www.dowling.one-name.net/up/timeline-list.htm;(via ORA);
  11. [S4212] SOURCE (Short): -, Title: Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia, Citation Detail: Entry for TIMELINE EVENT:- World War 2 ends armistice in Japan (VJ Day); Location: World, From: 2 September 1945 ;

Catherine Dowling

F, #356, d. DECEASED



BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Death: Catherine Dowling died DECEASED.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1948
    Emigration
    10 July 1948 | Liverpool, Lancashire, EnglandG
    Catherine Dowling emigrated from Liverpool, Lancashire, EnglandG, on 10 July 1948 to New York, USA on ship "Agenora."
    Citations: 1,1

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Catherine Dowling has the reference number 356.

Narrative

Passenger on Ship "Agenora" from Liverpool to New York, 10th July 1848.




Citations

John Dowling

M, #357, b. 18 October 1849, d. UNKNOWN
Pedigree Link

Parents

  • Father*: Edward Dowling (b. about 1810, d. between 29 May 1859 and 1 May 1868)
  • Mother*: Judy Horan (b. about 1810, d. 6 January 1881)


BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: John Dowling was born on 18 October 1849 in Dysartbeagh, Clonenagh & Clonagheen, Laois, IrelandG. Note: Dysartbeagh, Queen's County.1,2
  • Death: He died UNKNOWN.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Name John Doolin
    Citation: 2
  • 1849
    Birth
    18 October 1849 | Dysartbeagh, Clonenagh & Clonagheen, Laois, IrelandG
    John Dowling was born on 18 October 1849 in Dysartbeagh, Clonenagh & Clonagheen, Laois, IrelandG. Note: Dysartbeagh, Queen's County.
    Citations: 1,2
  • 1849
    Baptism
    18 October 1849 | Mountrath, Laois, IrelandG
    He was baptised on 18 October 1849 in Mountrath, Laois, IrelandG.
    Citations: 3,3,3,2
  • Occupation
    Miller.

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    UNKNOWN

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study John Dowling has the reference number 357.

Narrative

Eighth child.
Siblings: John, Bridget, Michael, Mary, Thomas, Judith and James.

Apparently may have emigrated to the U.S.A. with his brother Edward (not found). Address has been reported as possibly being 44 Sylvan Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Due to the proximity of Dysartbeagh to Castletown it is possible that this John
is the same as that who was married to Miss Kelly on 25/07/1873 and subject of separate record until confirmed.

Note, however, that apparently the same family had a second child they baptised as John in December 1835. Therefore, the first John may have died young and the information above may apply to him.

Person Exhibits

Portrait-0-male-DNA-Link-at-y.jpg



Citations

  1. [S217] SOURCE: (Full): Catholic Church of Ireland (Protestant),
    Source Combined Fields: Source Medium: Microfilm
    Source Quality: Poor handwriting occasionally too faint to read,
    Repository: Internet Service: Family Search,
    Citation Text: John of Edw. o Doolin & Judy (Hogan or Keagan), Sponsors: Jn o Doolin (Ann Hogan/Keagan), Disartbeagh
  2. [S875] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=CelticCatholicBaptisms&h=291065&indiv=try,
    Repository: Internet Service: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Text: Record for John Doolin

    Ireland, Select Catholic Birth and Baptism Registers, 1763-1912 - John Dowling

Mary Dowling1,2

F, #359, b. 15 August 1841, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Parents

  • Father*: Edward Dowling (b. about 1810, d. between 29 May 1859 and 1 May 1868)
  • Mother*: Judy Horan (b. about 1810, d. 6 January 1881)


Family :-
: Partner: Peter Brennan (b. 1840, d. DECEASED)

Children:


BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Mary Dowling was born on 15 August 1841 in Dysartbeagh, Clonenagh & Clonagheen, Laois, IrelandG. Note: Dysartbeagh, Queen's County.3
  • Marriage: She and Peter Brennan were married on 1 May 1868 in Mountrath, Laois, IrelandG, Roman Catholic Chapel of Mountrath; Both in 1st Marriage; Witnesses: Edward Dowling & Julia Brennan; Index: Mountmellick - 1868.1,2
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Name Mary Dowlan
    Citation: 4
  • 1841
    Birth
    15 August 1841 | Dysartbeagh, Clonenagh & Clonagheen, Laois, IrelandG
    Mary Dowling was born on 15 August 1841 in Dysartbeagh, Clonenagh & Clonagheen, Laois, IrelandG. Note: Dysartbeagh, Queen's County.
    Citation: 3
  • 1841
    Baptism
    After 15 August 1841 | Mountrath, Laois, IrelandG
    She was baptised after 15 August 1841 in Mountrath, Laois, IrelandG.
    Citations: 5,5,5
  • 1868
    Marriage | Peter Brennan
    1 May 1868 | Mountrath, Laois, IrelandG
    Age ~28
    Birth 1840 | Laois, IrelandG
    Death: DECEASED
    She and Peter Brennan were married on 1 May 1868 in Mountrath, Laois, IrelandG, Roman Catholic Chapel of Mountrath; Both in 1st Marriage; Witnesses: Edward Dowling & Julia Brennan; Index: Mountmellick - 1868.
    Citations: 1,2
  • 1868
    Residence
    1 May 1868 | Dysartbeagh, Clonenagh & Clonagheen, Laois, IrelandG
    Detail: Marriage.
    Citation: 2
  • 1868
    Residence
    19 May 1868 | Dysartbeagh, Clonenagh & Clonagheen, Laois, IrelandG
    Detail: Marriage.
    Citation: 4

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Mary Dowling has the reference number 359.

Narrative

Fourth child. Siblings: John, Bridget, Michael, Thomas, Judith, James and John.

Mary's existence comes from Parish records and not from the list supplied, on memory, by Michael Joseph Dowling of Westfields.

Person Exhibits

Portrait-0-female-DNA-Link-at.jpg



Citations

  1. [S1212] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Ireland. Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs. MARRIAGE Register.

    www.irishgenealogy.ie,
    Repository: National Archives of Ireland Genealogy Website,
    Citation Detail: Party 1 Name: PETER BRENNAN ; Party 2 Name: MARY DOWLING ; Date of Event: 01 May 1868 ; Group Registration ID: 3056515 ; SR District/Reg Area: Mountmellick : Image
  2. [S2767] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: https://registers.nli.ie/pages/vtls000634519_109,
    Repository: Internet Service: www.rootsireland.ie - Irish Family History Foundation (RI),
    Citation Detail: Marriage of BRENNAN, PETER to MARY DOWLING in Mountrath parish, Laois, Ireland; 3-May-1868; Both of Dysertbeagh; Peter bachelor Farmer's Son over 21, son of farmer John Brennan; Mary spinster over 21 daughter of farmer Edward Dowling; Witnesses: Edward Dowling & Julia Brennan; Church: Cappinrush; Priest: Martin Nowlan PP; https://rootsireland.ie/ifhf/view_detail.php?recordid=2005544&type=mcv&recordCentre=laoisoffaly&page=62; ALSO SPARSE DUPLICATE ENTRY AT https://rootsireland.ie/ifhf/view_detail.php?recordid=299468&type=mch&recordCentre=laoisoffaly&page=62,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 27-Feb-2020:-

    Marriage-Brophy-Jeremiah-Pound-Sarah-1865-01-24-IRL-Laois-Mountrath
    Map-IRL-Laois-Mountrath-RC-Parish
  3. [S217] SOURCE: (Full): Catholic Church of Ireland (Protestant),
    Source Combined Fields: Source Medium: Microfilm
    Source Quality: Poor handwriting occasionally too faint to read,
    Repository: Internet Service: Family Search,
    Citation Text: Mary of Edward & Judy Dooly. Sponsors: John (Keagan or Hogan) Mary Doolin, Dysartbeagh
  4. [S1213] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Ireland. Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs. BIRTH Register.

    www.irishgenealogy.ie; Record set: Irish Births 1864-1958; Category: Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records; Subcategory: Civil Births; Collections from: Ireland;
    Repository: National Archive of Ireland,
    Citation Detail: Name: JOHANNA BRENNAN ; Date of Birth: 1868 ; Group Registration ID: 7453887 ; SR District/Reg Area: Mountmellick ; Sex; Female; Mother's Birth Surname: Dowlan; Image,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 1998:-

Judith Dowling1

F, #360, b. 10 January 1846, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Parents

  • Father*: Edward Dowling (b. about 1810, d. between 29 May 1859 and 1 May 1868)
  • Mother*: Judy Horan (b. about 1810, d. 6 January 1881)


BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Judith Dowling was born on 10 January 1846 in Dysartbeagh, Clonenagh & Clonagheen, Laois, IrelandG. Note: Dysartbeagh, Queen's County.2,1
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1846
    Birth
    10 January 1846 | Dysartbeagh, Clonenagh & Clonagheen, Laois, IrelandG
    Judith Dowling was born on 10 January 1846 in Dysartbeagh, Clonenagh & Clonagheen, Laois, IrelandG. Note: Dysartbeagh, Queen's County.
    Citations: 2,1
  • 1846
    Baptism
    10 January 1846 | Mountrath, Laois, IrelandG
    She was baptised on 10 January 1846 in Mountrath, Laois, IrelandG.
    Citations: 3,3,3,1

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Judith Dowling has the reference number 360.

Narrative

According to Parish Records Judith was the sixth child of Edward Dowling and Judith Hogan.
Siblings: John, Bridget, Michael, Mary, Thomas, James and John.

Judith's existence comes from Parish Records rather than a list supplied, on memory, by Michael Joseph Dowling of Westfields.

Person Exhibits

Portrait-0-female-DNA-Link-at.jpg



Citations

  1. [S875] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=CelticCatholicBaptisms&h=287360&indiv=try,
    Repository: Internet Service: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Text: Record for Judith Dowling

    Ireland, Select Catholic Birth and Baptism Registers, 1763-1912 - Judith Dowling
  2. [S217] SOURCE: (Full): Catholic Church of Ireland (Protestant),
    Source Combined Fields: Source Medium: Microfilm
    Source Quality: Poor handwriting occasionally too faint to read,
    Repository: Internet Service: Family Search,
    Citation Text: Judith of Edw. o Dowling & Judith (Hogan or Heagan), Sponsors: Cath. (Hogan or keagan) Bridget Purcell, Dysartbeagh.

(Unknown)

F, #361, b. about 1900, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link



BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: (Unknown) was born about 1900.
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1900
    Birth
    About 1900

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study (Unknown) has the reference number 361.





Elsie D Jones1,2,3

F, #363, b. 28 February 1924, d. 21 August 2018
Pedigree Link



Family :-
: Partner: Fred Davies (b. 19 June 1921, d. before 1981)

Children:


BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Elsie D Jones was born on 28 February 1924.4
  • Marriage: She and Fred Davies were married between January and March 1943 in Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom, Volume 6a Page: 597. Betty Davies as bidesmaid.1,4
  • Death: She died on 21 August 2018, in Gloucester, Gloucestershire, EnglandG. Note: Age: 94; Retirement Home.5
  • Burial: She was buried on 12 September 2018 in Gloucester, Gloucestershire, EnglandG.5

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Name Elsie D Davies
    Citation: 5
  • 1924
    Birth
    28 February 1924
    Citation: 4
  • Marriage | Fred Davies
    Between January and March 1943 | Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom
    Birth 19 June 1921 | Scotts Lane, Cainham, Ludlow, Shropshire, England
    Death: before 1981 | Gloucester, Gloucestershire, EnglandG
    Elsie D Jones and Fred Davies were married between January and March 1943 in Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom, Volume 6a Page: 597. Betty Davies as bidesmaid.
    Citations: 1,4
  • 201894
    Residence
    August 2018 | Hempsted, Gloucestershire, England
    Detail: 10 High View. GL2 5LN.
    Citation: 5

Events - Death & Burial

  • 201894
    Death
    21 August 2018 | Gloucester, Gloucestershire, EnglandG
    Elsie D Jones died on 21 August 2018, in Gloucester, Gloucestershire, EnglandG. Note: Age: 94; Retirement Home.
    Citation: 5
  • 2018
    Burial
    12 September 2018 | Gloucester, Gloucestershire, EnglandG
    Citation: 5

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Elsie D Jones has the reference number 363.


Person Exhibits

Portrait-Jones-Elsie-1924-2018-aa
PhotoCouple-Davies-Fred-Jones-Elsie-1943-Wedding.jpg
1. Fred Davies 2. Elsie D Joness
PhotoGroup-Davies-Fred-Jones-Elsie-1943.jpg
Left to right: 1. Betty Davies 2. 3. 4. 5. Fred Davies 6. Elsie D Jones 7. 8. 9.
PhotoGroup-Davies-Fred-Jones-Elsie-1943-b.jpg
Left to right: Back Row: 1. Betty Davies, 2. 3. 4. 5. Fanny (Elizabth) Davies?. 6. Front Row: 1. 2. 3. 4. Fred Davies 5. Elsie D Jones 6. 7. 8. 9.
PhotoCouple-Davies-Fred-Jones-Elsie-1946
Photo-Jones-Elsie-D-Davies-1924-1978-2018.jpg
PhotoCouple-Jones-Elsie-D-Davies-Diana-J-1967
PhotoGroup-Davies-Fred-Jones-Elsie-Davies-Diane-1966.jpg
1. 2. .Fred Davies 3. Elsie D Jones 4. Diana J Davies
PhotoGroup-Davies-Fred--Jones-Elsie-D-Davies-Diana-J-1966b
PhotoGroup-1-Davies-Betty-2.Dowling-Brian-3-Davies-Diana-4-Elsie-5-Steve-1958
PhotoGroup-Davies-Elsie-Diana-Fred-1947
PhotoGroup-1-Davies-Betty-2-Dowling-Brian-3-Jones-Elsie-4-Davies-Steve-5-Diana-1957.jpg
L-R: Betty Dowling nee Davies; Elsie Davies nee Jones )1924-2018), Front: Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-); Steve Davies, Unknown, possibly DIana Davies. At Ramsgate beach c 1956-9
PhotoCouple-Davies-Betty-Jones-Elsie-1950s1.jpg
L-R: Elsie Davies nee Jones, Betty Dowling nee Davies. At Ramsgate beach c 1956-9
Photo-Jones-Elsie-1924-2018-ab
Photo-Jones-Elsie-1924-2018-aa
Portrait-Davies-Sydney-James-1909-1939-1951.jpg
PhotoCouple-Davies-Fred-Jones-Elsie-1943.jpg
1. Elsie Jones 2. Fred Davies
PhotoCouple-Davies-Elsie-Diana-1947-1947-2013



Citations

  1. [S453] SOURCE: (Full): FreeBMD,
    Source Combined Fields: England. "Civil Registration MARRIAGE Index: 1837-Present; FreeBMD ".

    General Register Office, England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, London, England: General Register Office. © Crown copyright. Published by permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Office for National Statistics. You must not copy on, transfer or reproduce records without the prior permission of ONS. Database Copyright © 1998-2003,
    Repository: Internet Service: FreeBMD - www.freebmd.org.uk,
    Citation Detail: Database online.,
    Citation Text: Record for Elsie D Jones

    Marriage-1943-ENG-Q1-Jones-Index.jpg
    Database online.
  2. [S401] SOURCE: (Full): FreeBMD,
    Source Combined Fields: England. "Civil Registration BIRTH Index: 1837-Present; FreeBMD ".

    General Register Office, England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, London, England: General Register Office,
    Repository: Internet Service: FreeBMD - www.freebmd.org.uk,
    Citation Detail: Database online.,
    Citation Text: Record for Steve J Davies

    Steve J Davies - England & Wales, Birth Index, 1916-2005
    Database online.
  3. [S401] SOURCE (Short): FreeBMD, Title: England, "Civil Registration BIRTH Index: 1837-Present; FreeBMD ", Citation Detail: Database online.
    BirthIndex-Davies-1947-Q2-E&W.jpg
    Diane Davies
  4. [S515] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: P-R-O-J-E-C-T Davies (1928-), Betty. At Informant's address. Interview by Brian Dowling, 1990 to 17 May 2009. Interview. Privately held by Informant. 2009.,
    Citation Detail: Interview 2009-Oct-02
  5. [S1353] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Davies.

Diana J Davies1,2,3

F, #365, b. June 1947, d. 13 March 2013
Pedigree Link

Parents



BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Diana J Davies was born in June 1947 in Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom.3
  • Death: She died on 13 March 2013, in Gloucester, Gloucestershire, EnglandG.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1947
    Birth
    June 1947 | Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom
    Citation: 3

Events - Death & Burial

  • 201365
    Death
    13 March 2013 | Gloucester, Gloucestershire, EnglandG
    Cause: Car collision

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Diana J Davies has the reference number 365.

Narrative

Cotswolds news:
Woman driving a blue Daihatsu Sirion+ dies after crash near the junction of St Swithuns Road and Rea Lane, Hempsted near Gloucester.
4:54pm Wednesday 13th March 2013 in Cotswolds news By Ian Craig .

A WOMAN has died following a car crash near Gloucester this morning. The 65-year-old woman died after the blue Daihatsu Sirion+ she was driving crashed into a tree near the junction of St Swithuns Road and Rea Lane, Hempsted, at around 9.40am. An off duty paramedic and members of the public performed first aid on the woman, who was from the local area, before the fire and ambulance services arrived. She was taken to Gloucester Royal Hospital but later died. The road was closed for several hours while an investigation was carried out. Police are appealing for anyone who saw the vehicle being driven prior to the collision or the collision itself to call 101, quoting incident 122 of March 13.

Gloucestershire Echo:
Woman, 65, dies after crashing into tree in Hempsted, Gloucester
Thursday, March 14, 2013

AN off-duty paramedic and members of the public tried to save a woman's life after a car crash in Hempsted. The 65-year-old, who has not yet been named, crashed into a tree near the junction of St Swithuns Road and Rea Lane around 9.40am yesterday. The road was closed for several hours while a collision investigation took place.

Yesterday afternoon, the blue Daihatsu Sirion had been removed and a bunch of flowers had been laid at the scene. A police spokesman said an off-duty paramedic and neighbours performed first aid at the scene, before she was taken to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital by paramedics, where she died. Gordon Heath, of St Swithuns Road, said: "I was in my house on the computer when I heard a really loud bang. I came out and saw a car had gone into a tree. I am not sure if she lost control or something had happened for her to lose control."

He said he did not know her but understood her daughter lived nearby. Hempsted Primary School headteacher Sarah Smith said the accident happened after the school day had started.
"It's very sad news and we pass on our condolences to the lady's family," she said. Officers are appealing for anyone who saw the vehicle being driven prior to the collision or the collision itself to call 101, quoting incident 122 of March 13.

Person Exhibits

Portrait-Davies-Diana-J-1947-1977-2013
Photo-Davies-Diana-J-1947-1977-2013
Photo-Davies-Diana-J-1947-1976-2013
PhotoCouple-Jones-Elsie-D-Davies-Diana-J-1967
PhotoGroup-Davies-Fred-Jones-Elsie-Davies-Diane-1966.jpg
1. 2. .Fred Davies 3. Elsie D Jones 4. Diana J Davies
PhotoGroup-Davies-Fred--Jones-Elsie-D-Davies-Diana-J-1966b
Photo-Davies-Diana-J-1947-1962-2013.jpg
PhotoGroup-1-Davies-Betty-2.Dowling-Brian-3-Davies-Diana-4-Elsie-5-Steve-1958
PhotoGroup-1-Davies-Betty-2-Davies-Steve-3-Diana-1954
1. Betty Davies 2. Steve J Davies 3. Diana J Davies
PhotoGroup-Davies-Elsie-Diana-Fred-1947
PhotoGroup-1-Davies-Betty-2-Dowling-Brian-3-Jones-Elsie-4-Davies-Steve-5-Diana-1957.jpg
L-R: Betty Dowling nee Davies; Elsie Davies nee Jones )1924-2018), Front: Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-); Steve Davies, Unknown, possibly DIana Davies. At Ramsgate beach c 1956-9
PhotoCouple-Davies-Elsie-Diana-1947-1947-2013



Citations

  1. [S453] SOURCE: (Full): FreeBMD,
    Source Combined Fields: http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=onsmarriage1984&h=41106065&indiv=try,
    Repository: Internet Service: FreeBMD - www.freebmd.org.uk,
    Citation Text: Record for Diana J Davies

    England & Wales, Marriage Index, 1916-2005 - Diana J Davies
  2. [S453] SOURCE (Short): FreeBMD, Title: England, "Civil Registration MARRIAGE Index: 1837-Present; FreeBMD "
    England & Wales, Marriage Index, 1916-2005 - Diana J Davies
  3. [S401] SOURCE: (Full): FreeBMD,
    Source Combined Fields: England. "Civil Registration BIRTH Index: 1837-Present; FreeBMD ".

    General Register Office, England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, London, England: General Register Office,
    Repository: Internet Service: FreeBMD - www.freebmd.org.uk,
    Citation Detail: Database online.,
    Citation Text: Record for Diana J Davies

    BirthIndex-Davies-1947-Q2-E&W.jpg
    Diane Davies

Paul Davies

M, #366, b. about 1911, d. about 1912
Pedigree Link

Parents



BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Paul Davies was born about 1911 in Clee Hill, Ludlow, Shropshire, England.
  • Death: He died about 1912, in Clee Hill, Ludlow, Shropshire, England.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1911
    Birth
    About 1911 | Clee Hill, Ludlow, Shropshire, England

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1912
    Death
    About 1912 | Clee Hill, Ludlow, Shropshire, England

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Paul Davies has the reference number 366.

Narrative

Died as a baby.

Person Exhibits

Portrait-0-baby-male.jpg
Place-ENG-Shropshire-2-Ludlow-Road-1946
People in picture unknown.



Muriel Davies

F, #367, b. about 1913, d. about 1919
Pedigree Link

Parents



BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Muriel Davies was born about 1913 in Clee Hill, Ludlow, Shropshire, England.
  • Death: She died about 1919, in Clee Hill, Ludlow, Shropshire, England.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1913
    Birth
    About 1913 | Clee Hill, Ludlow, Shropshire, England

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1919
    Death
    About 1919 | Clee Hill, Ludlow, Shropshire, England

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Muriel Davies has the reference number 367.

Narrative

Died aged 9 months.

Person Exhibits

Portrait-0-Female-clear
Place-ENG-Shropshire-2-Ludlow-Road-1946
People in picture unknown.



Peter Davies

M, #368, b. about 1915, d. about 1916
Pedigree Link

Parents



BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Peter Davies was born about 1915 in Clee Hill, Ludlow, Shropshire, England.
  • Death: He died about 1916, in Clee Hill, Ludlow, Shropshire, England.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1915
    Birth
    About 1915 | Clee Hill, Ludlow, Shropshire, England

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1916
    Death
    About 1916 | Clee Hill, Ludlow, Shropshire, England

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Peter Davies has the reference number 368.

Narrative

Died as a baby.

Person Exhibits

Portrait-0-baby-male.jpg
Place-ENG-Shropshire-2-Ludlow-Road-1946
People in picture unknown.



Mary Ann Davies1,2

F, #373, b. February 1891, d. after 31 March 1901
Pedigree Link

Parents

Marriage-Davies-James-William-Tunks-Maria-1885-11-22.jpg


BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Mary Ann Davies was born in February 1891 in Cainham, Ludlow, Shropshire, England.1,2
  • Death: She died after 31 March 1901.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1891
    Birth
    February 1891 | Cainham, Ludlow, Shropshire, England
    Citations: 1,2
  • 18910
    Residence
    5 April 1891 | Cainham, Ludlow, Shropshire, England
    Detail: 56 Angel Bank, Knowbury.
    Citation: 2
  • 18910
    Census
    5 April 1891 | Cainham, Ludlow, Shropshire, England
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 2 months; Marital Status: Unmarried; Relation to Head: Daughter.
    Citation: 2
  • 190110
    Census
    31 March 1901 | Knowbury, Cainham, Ludlow, Shropshire, England
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 10; Marital Status: Unmarried; Relation to Head: Daughter.
    Citation: 1
  • 190110
    Residence
    31 March 1901 | Knowbury, Cainham, Ludlow, Shropshire, England
    Detail: (90) Angel Bank, St Paul's.
    Citation: 1

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1901
    Death
    After 31 March 1901

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Mary Ann Davies has the reference number 373.

Narrative

The UK Census for Cainham, Shropshire (entry 56) shows the following as residing in Angel Bank on the night of the 5th April 1891:
Name Relation Status Age Occupation Birthplace
James DAVIES Head Married 36 Quarry Labourer Cainham Maria DAVIES Wife Married 43 "
John THOMAS Step-son 24 Quarry Labourer "
George THOMAS Step-son 19 Stone Breaker "
Walter THOMAS Step-son 15 "
Maria THOMAS Stepdau 12 "
Sidney James DAVIES son 5 Scholar "
Mary Ann DAVIES dau 2mths ."

Person Exhibits

Portrait-0-Female-clear



Citations

  1. [S961] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: <i>Census Returns of England and Wales, 1901</i>. Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives, 1901. Data imaged from the National Archives, London, England. The National Archives gives no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or fitness for the purpose of the information provided. Images may be used only for purposes of research, private study or education. Applications for any other use should be made to the National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 4DU.,
    Repository: Internet Service: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: Database online.,
    Citation Text: Record for James Davies

    Census-1901-ENG-Davies-Sydney-01.jpg
    Database online.
  2. [S1654] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1891 census of England. SHROPSHIRE. Digital images. Find My Past. https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=GBC/1891/2080/0162&parentid=GBC/1891/0014267754 : 2019.,
    Citation Detail: Census for DAVIES, JAMES; The UK Census for Cainham, Shropshire (entry 56) shows the following as residing in Angel Bank on the night of the 5th April 1891:Name Relation Status Age Occupation Birthplace James DAVIES Head Married 36 Quarry Labourer Cainham Maria DAVIES Wife Married 43 "John THOMAS Step-son 24 Quarry Labourer "George THOMAS Step-son 19 Stone Breaker "Walter THOMAS Step-son 15 "Maria THOMAS Stepdau 12 "Sidney James DAVIES son 5 Scholar "Mary Ann DAVIES dau 2mths ",
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 2004:-

    Census-1891-ENG-Davies-Sidney-James-01.jpg
    Database online.

Jack Jones1

M, #375, b. 1894, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Parents



BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Jack Jones was born in 1894.1
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1894
    Birth
    1894
    Citation: 1
  • Occupation
    Birmingham, Warwickshire, West Midlands, England
    Chef.
    Citation: 1
  • Residence
    Ramsgate, Kent, EnglandG
    Detail: Brunswick Road/Street.
    Citations: 2,1
  • Occupation
    Ramsgate, Kent, EnglandG
    Chef.
    Citation: 1
  • Occupation
    Birmingham, Warwickshire, West Midlands, England
    Hairdresser.

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Jack Jones has the reference number 375.

Narrative

Separated from first wife and lived with Irish girl in Ramsgate. "Always very good to me" said Betty who cooked him food when he was ill and his partner would go home to Ireland.

Birth Index: Tenbury - 1891 Aug 09, Albert Jack Davies is not this Jack as parents do not match

NEXT POSSIBILITY: John Jones Index: Tenbury - 1898 Jan-Mar Volume 6c Page 255.

Person Exhibits

Portrait-0-Male-clear



Citations

  1. [S515] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: P-R-O-J-E-C-T Davies (1928-), Betty. At Informant's address. Interview by Brian Dowling, 1990 to 17 May 2009. Interview. Privately held by Informant. 2009.,
    Citation Detail: Interview 1995 to 2020 - These are memoirs grouped together as occasionaly Betty will remember small new pieces of information.,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) from 1995 to 2020
  2. [S1661] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Jones. Privately held by Teresa Clark nee Kenhard, England.

    Last: 13Feb 2019,
    Citation Text: From: Teresa Sent: 19 January 2019 09:43 To: email address Subject: Ancestry
    Morning Brian, Thank you for replying. I guess it must be via the Jones family tree. Unfortunately we haven't explored that yet, (I use my nephew - Jonathan Dawson's membership). If it is this line then it will be my paternal grandmother who was born a Jones but came originally from Shropshire. She eventually settled in Ramsgate because my grandfather, uncle and father were all coal miners and, having travelled the country, including Wales, eventually worked in the Kent pits.
    I remember only three Jones family members who lived in Ramsgate, my great uncle Jack and my father's cousins Muriel and Betty. My father was very fond of Betty and I wonder if your mother is Betty's daughter. No need to respond to this but if I've hit the mark I'd be happy to share what I remember with you mother. Apologies if the English doesn't flow - I have one arm in a sling at present.
    Regards Teresa (formerly Kenhard so not related through the Clarks)
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