surnames from the district Manchester (City of Manchester)

Walter Burton

Rank:Civilian
Died:23/12/1940Age:60
Incident Date:23/12/1940
Incident Address.110 Clopton Street - Manley Arms
Died Address:110 Clopton Street - Manley Arms
Grave Details:Q/781
Grave Photo:Yes
Cemetery or Memorial:Manchester (Southern) Cemetery
Town Memorial:Stretford WW2 Book
Extra Information:
Born on the 3rd November 1881, the birth being
registered during the December quarter 1881 in the
Manchester R.D. - ref: 8d/215, the son of Walter &
Mary Ann Burton (nee Harrison). 

1891 Census - Rutland Street, Hulme, Manchester.  
Son - aged: 9 - Scholar - born: Manchester.   Head
of household Walter Burton - Married -- aged: 50 -
occ: Boot Maker - born: Ashton under Lyne.   Also
Mary Ann Burton - Wife - aged: 35 - occ: Boot
Machinist - born: Manchester.   Plus 1 elder
sister.

1901 Census - 5 Rutland Street, Chorlton,
Manchester.    Son - aged: 19 - occ: Packing Case
Labourer - born: Manchester.   Head of household
Walter Burton - Married -- aged: 60 - occ: Shoe
Maker - born: Lancashire.   Also Mary Ann Burton -
Wife - aged: 35 - occ: Boot Machinist - born:
Manchester.

1911 - 126 Radnor Street, Hulme,  Manchester.  
Son - aged: 29 - Single - occ: Wood Case Making
Assistant - born: Manchester.   Head of household
- May Ann Burton - Widow - aged: 54 - born: (Not
Stated).   Plus four members of his Dippnall
family and 1 boarder.

1939 National Registration - 48 Augustus Street,
Stretford.   Walter Burton - Single - born: 3rd
November 1881 - occ: Packing Can Labourer Captan
Hand.   Also residing at this address was the
Dippnall famiy, the head of which was his
brother-in-law.

Killed at the Manley Arms, 110 Clopton Street,
Hulme, which was a Lodging House situated on the
corner of Clopton Street and Warde Street, Hulme.

Death registered in Manchester City.

Name listed on the Manchester (Southern) Cemetery
- Civilian Memorial.

CWGC - Of 40 Augustus Street, Old Trafford - Died
at 110 Clopton Street.

He was one of ten people killed at the Manley Arms
and Clopton Street that night.   The licensee was
a John Rogerson (42).   He was also killed and is
also buried in Manchester (Southern) Cemetery -
Burial No. 141452 Grave No. S 32.    Only the
right arm of John's wife - Jeanne Rogerson was
found and buried in communal grave Q 915.

District:
Manchester (City of Manchester)
Memorials found on:
C.W.G.C.
Stretford WW2 Book
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