victims with surnames starting with the letter S

Ada Smith

How Died:Falling Debris
Incident Date:11/03/1941
Incident Address.15 Darley Street, Gorse Hill
Died Address:15 Darley Street, Gorse Hill
C.W.D. No.114
Grave Photo:No
Cemetery or Memorial:Not Known
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
Born in 1880.

Married - Joseph Smith during the December quarter
1896 in the Chorlton R.D. - ref: 8c/1179.

1901 Census - 9 Back York Street, Chorlton.   
Wife - aged: 22 - born: Manchester.    Head of
household - Joseph Smith - Married - aged: 23 -
occ: Cotton Cloth Finishers Labourer - born:
Salford.    Plus 2 daughters and 1 boarder.

1911 Census - 9 Gay Street, Hulme, Manchester.   
Wife - aged: 32 - born: Manchester.      Head of
household - Joseph Smith - Married - aged: 33 -
occ: Dock Labourer - born: Manchester.    Plus 5
daughters, including Mary, their eldest, who was
later required to identify her parent's bodies.

CWD Report No. 114.   Died as a result of falling
debris at 15 Darley Street, Stretford, from where
her body was recovered on the 12th March 1941 and
taken to the Church Street Mortuary, Stretford.  
Her body was identified by her eldest daughter -
Mrs. Mary Gey, 27 Mosedale Road, Rusholme, to whom
it was released for burial.  Employed at Quicks,
Chester Road, Stretford.

Buried 19/03/1941 - Burial No. 142446.

M.I. Killed by Enemy Action March 11th 1941
"United in death".

CWGC - of 15 Darley Street, Gorse Hill. Wife of
Joseph Smith. Died at 15 Darley Street.

Stretford (Trafford MBC)
Memorials found on:
Stretford WW2 Book
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