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1 01 Jan 1944 - North West Europe LILLEY Reuben Harold (I003)
 
2 03 Dec 1945 - United Kingdom LILLEY Reuben Harold (I003)
 
3 04 Mar 1946 - Transfer to Army Reserve LILLEY Reuben Harold (I003)
 
4 06 Dec 1935 - India LILLEY Reuben Harold (I003)
 
5 15 Mar 1938 - 2nd Class Certificate LILLEY Reuben Harold (I003)
 
6 18 Dec 1934 - 3rd Class Certificate LILLEY Reuben Harold (I003)
 
7 18 Jul 1940 - United Kingdom LILLEY Reuben Harold (I003)
 
8 1881 Census - PRO Ref: 3191/31/4 or 3191/32/6 - All Saints, Stamford

Occupation: Bricklayer (journeyman) at the birth of daughter Elizabeth Ellen (1881 Census)
 
DAVEY James Henry (I260)
 
9 1881 Census - PRO Ref: 3191/31/4 or 3191/32/6 - All Saints, Stamford

Occupation: General Labourer 
BRETT Isaac (I284)
 
10 1881 Census - PRO Ref: 3191/31/4 or 3191/32/6 - All Saints, Stamford Elizabeth (I285)
 
11 1881 Census - PRO Ref: 3191/31/4 or 3191/32/6 - All Saints, Stamford DAVEY Edith E (I283)
 
12 1881 Census - PRO Ref: 3191/31/4 or 3191/32/6 - All Saints, Stamford DAVEY Charles Hy (I282)
 
13 1881 Census - PRO Ref: 3191/31/4 or 3191/32/6 - All Saints, Stamford BRETT Catherine (I281)
 
14 1911 census states that Elsie was born in Thornhaugh, Northamptonshire, contradicting 1901 census stating she was born in Stibbington. LILLEY Elsie Gladys (I861)
 
15 Ashes scattered MURRIN Kevin (I089)
 
16 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I844)
 
17 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I843)
 
18 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I762)
 
19 Bridesmaid: Mary Patricia Lilley Family F071
 
20 Cause of Death: (1) Synovitis of Left Femur following injury. (2) Amputation of leg 6 months 15 days Exhaustion No P.M. LILLEY George Atkins (I063)
 
21 Cause: Broncho Pneumonia, Cerebral Arteriesclerosis JONES Frank (I020)
 
22 Children had a Cafe & Undertakers in Glenties Family F074
 
23 could be 1863 CAMPBELL Helen Elizabeth (I536)
 
24 d.s.p. 1892 MIDDLEMAS Jane Bannerman (I542)
 
25 d.s.p.? CAMPBELL John (I529)
 
26 d.s.p.? MIDDLEMAS Catherine Campbell (I538)
 
27 Daniel & Agnes lived in Harrow & Wealdstone for a time Family F071
 
28 Death Informant:
E E Frisby of 1 Barnack Road, Stamford, Lincolnshire 
FRISBY Charles (I181)
 
29 Died at birth LILLEY Reuben (I759)
 
30 Early years lived at 10 Lumbys Terrace, Stamford (near river & near ford)
lived at Easton (dad worked for Burghley Estates /@/ Easton, Duddington)
also lived at Colleyweston & Duddington (father working on farms)
circa 1913 when 6 yrs father worked at Brickyard
Attended St Michaels School, Stamford (went across Recreation Ground to get there)
Worked as a general labourer with his father George Henry
After fathers death was placed in care with Reuben, Richard and Sarah so that mother Elizabeth could seek work.
Worked in Fairgrounds, Circus
1926 joined Territorial Army
December 1928 joined Regular Army - Lincoln Barracks
April 1929 - Met Rhoda at Fair on Lincoln Racecource
1939 joined 6th Battalion Lincoln Regiment 'C' Company - posted to Frogigon Barracks.
Arrived in France on the HMS Navassa
1940 injured by shrapnel on Dunkirk beach - evacuated on the Medway Queen
After a year of treatment and convalescence returned to Lincoln Barracks
After the Army worked for the GPO until retiring in 1970
Barbara & Sandra were born at 127 Browning Drive, Lincoln
Richard was born at 5 Cottingham Drive, Lincoln 
LILLEY William George Ernest (I072)
 
31 Employed at St Columbus Orphanage, St.Catherines Road, Killybegs - this is now a Hotel
 
MURRIN Mary Patricia (I004)
 
32 Ernest (or maybe Fred) may have lived in Northampton DAVEY Ernest (I245)
 
33 Following notes came from a tape recording by Ernest (George's son)
Early years lived at 10 Lumbys Terrace, Stamford (near river & near ford)
lived at Easton (worked for Burghley /@/ Easton, Duddington) near a house with a water mill
also lived at Colleyweston & Duddington (working on farms)
circa 1913 worked at Brickyard (Williamson Cliff) in Stamford
Worked as a general labourer
Farm Labourer (worked at Burghley Park)
leg blown off during 1914-18 war - died of gangreen


Mary Patricia Lilley (nee Murrin) remembers some children from a cousin of Ernest & Reuben, Rose Cathy (or Kathy) and John. 
LILLEY George Atkins (I063)
 
34 Funeral took place at Ormskirk Parish Church. Florence was buried with her father. CARR Florence Mary (I030)
 
35 General C.B. GILDEA Fred (I428)
 
36 Ice Cream Salesman (Regis family, New Cross Road, Stamford - Tommy Regis) LILLEY Reuben Harold (I003)
 
37 In childhood CAMPBELL Catherine (I535)
 
38 In Infancy CAMPBELL Agnes Gibson (I462)
 
39 Jane feared, probably in November 1822, that John would at some time become pennyless because of many lawsuits and the costs of his estate. DUMBELL Jane (I794)
 
40 John wrote in 1814 ' ...I now have on my patrimonial freehold a water corn mill with 20 pair of stones, driven by the river Mersey and situate on the bank of that river' - this was the Mersey Mills at Howley, Warrington.  DUMBELL John (I793)
 
41 John, Jonathan and three other partners opened the Stockport Bank in 1791; it closed in 1793 due to the prevailing economic climate. DUMBELL John (I793)
 
42 Jonathan spent some time in Flint gaol DUMBELL Jonathan (I788)
 
43 Jonathan, John and three other partners opened the Stockport Bank in 1791; it closed in 1793 due to the prevailing economic climate. DUMBELL Jonathan (I788)
 
44 Kings Head Lane has been renamed to Alexander Road. LILLEY Reuben (I759)
 
45 Kings Head Lane has been renamed to Alexander Road. LILLEY Reuben (I759)
 
46 Made munitions shells at Blackstones after husband George died in World War One

Patricia & Tony went for tea at Sarah Morris when Elizabeth Ellen went to Darby & Joan Club each Wednesday 
DAVEY Elizabeth Ellen (I064)
 
47 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F123
 
48 Married a John Gallagher?
Sister Annie also married a John Gallagher?
One John Gallagher came from Croagh the other from Meenacloy 
MCGUINNESS Mary (I216)
 
49 Married a John Gallagher?
Sister Mary also married a John Gallagher?
One John Gallagher came from Croagh the other from Meenacloy 
MCGUINNESS Annie (I217)
 
50 Mary lived with Agnes while in Ruislip / Harrow areas MURRIN Mary Patricia (I004)
 
51 Mary lived with her mother in law, Elizabeth Frisby (DAVEY, LILLEY) from 1944-1948 and when husband Reuben was home on leave from the Army, Elizabeth moved next door with Mrs Parker MURRIN Mary Patricia (I004)
 
52 Mary was a Bridesmaid for her sister Agnes Murrin & Danny McNern MURRIN Mary Patricia (I004)
 
53 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I598)
 
54 Notified by Cyril Eric Quinn (Brother-in-Law) possibly of 33 Shenstone, Kidderminster JONES Frank (I020)
 
55 On Wedding Day CUNNINGHAM Mary (I233)
 
56 Plot FE18 LILLEY Reuben Harold (I003)
 
57 Plot FE18 MURRIN Mary Patricia (I004)
 
58 Query on Death Certificate: Informant is Cambell - noted as Brother DUMBELL Elizabeth Jane (I058)
 
59 Reuben may have been in St Martins Church choir (Stamford)

 
LILLEY Reuben Harold (I003)
 
60 Source: Steven McSorley (Son of Peter McSorley) MCSORLEY Patrick Peter (I016)
 
61 Still-Birth, therefore name not registered LILLEY Reuben (I759)
 
62 The 1911 census states that George was born in Thornhaugh, Northamptonshire, contradicting the 1901 census stating that he was born in Stibbington, Huntingdonshire. LILLEY George Henry (I862)
 
63 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F255
 
64 There is a note of a Mrs J Dunleavy, Meenahalla, Glenties
Does the 'J' belong to A Dunleavy? 
MCGUINNESS Agnes (I222)
 
65 There is a note of a Mrs J Dunleavy, Meenahalla, Glenties
Does the 'J' belong to P Dunleavy? 
MCGUINNESS Elizabeth (I220)
 
66 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I597)
 
67 War Captain CARR John Cory (I043)
 
68 Was Frank's address - 33 Shenstone, Kidderminster? JONES Frank (I020)
 
69 Wedding Reception held at the Metropole Hotel, Dublin, Eire Family F056
 
70 Went to USA prior to marriage MCGUINNESS Patrick (I214)
 
71 William & Anne had interests in cotton, copper , corn and land.
 
Family F265
 
72 William and sons John and Jonathan opened a cotton mill at Holywell, shares in this were sold in November 1790. DUMBELL William (I791)
 
73 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F102
 
74 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F201
 
75 Witness to Marriage: Mary Ann Atkins (sister of George). Family F028
 
76 Witness to Wedding:
John Henry Stafford & Emma Stafford
(both lived at 2 Stockoes Buildings, 1901 Census) 
Family F213
 
77 Witnesses at Marriage:
Thomas Harvey (Brides father)
Bertha Harriet Thacker 
Family F018
 
78 Witnesses:
Amy E Scott
Benjamin Walker 
Family F042
 
79 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F001
 
80 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F105
 
81 Witnesses: H. Atkins & Emma Atkins Family F107
 
82 Witnesses: Wm Dumbell (Grooms father?), H.R.Brooks, Geo W Carr (Brides father), Anna I Dumbell (Grooms Mother or sister), Louisa Agnes Carr, M A Dumbell (Grooms sister), Gladys Thomas Family F019