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Morley T. P. B.

theodore

master brummie
Seeking info on Thomas Percy Blundell Morley, born Birmingham abt. 1894ish. The son of Charles and Amelia. He had at least 2 brothers, one named Frank/Fred? Can't find any census returns for 1891/1901.
He died of wounds on 19 July 1917 serving in the Royal Engineers.

Regards

Peter
 

ladylinda

master brummie
Re: T. P. B. Morley

Could this be the family?
1891
Address: 72, Prince Of Wales, Long Acre, Nechells, Birmingham
Charles Morley,aged 31 born 1860,Halsall,Lancashire,Manager
Sarah Morley,Wife,aged 28 born 1863,Halsall,Lancashire
Frederick Morley,Son,aged 1 born 1890 Birmingham
William Johnson,Servant aged 22 born 1869 Warrington,Assistant
Amelia Speight, Visitor,Married 36 1855 Liverpool
1901 at 1&3 Malthouse Lane
Charles Morley,aged 41 born 1860 Halsall,Lancashire,Fried Fish Shop Keeper
Sarah Morley, Wife aged 38 born 1863 Aughton,Lancashire
Fred Morley,aged 11 born 1890 Birmingham
Gesker Morley,aged 9 born 1892 Birmingham
Percy Morley,aged 7 born 1894 Birmingham
Albert Morley,aged 5 born 1896 Birmingham
Amos aged 3 born 1898 Birmingham
1911 with father Charles and his second wife, Amelia, (she states married 5 years and no children)brothers Ernest A E J (1896) and Richard G A F W (1898)
65 Austin Street in 1911
This could be the second marriage?
Marriages Dec 1905
Charles MORLEY Liverpool 8b 171
Amelia SPEIGHT Liverpool 8b 171
 

theodore

master brummie
Re: T. P. B. Morley

Hi Linda & Colin,

Thank you both for your replies to my posting.

Linda I believe this is the family I was looking for, don't know why I could not find them on 1891 / 1901 census (must just be me).

Much appreciated both.

Regards

Peter
 
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