Clarence Maycock

Incident Date:23/12/1940
Incident Address.28 Varley Street, Miles Platting
Died Address:28 Varley Street, Miles Platting
Grave Details:A/1585 CoE
Grave Photo:Yes - Headstone
Cemetery or Memorial:Manchester (Philips Park) Cemetery
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
Born during the March quarter 1905 in the
Manchester R.D. - ref: 8d/272, the son of William
& Elizabeth Maycock (nee McCollough).

1911 Census - 6 Tib Place, Manchester.   Son -
aged: 6 - born: Manchester.   Head of household -
William Maycock - Married - aged: 35 - occ: Slater
(employed).   Also - Elizabeth Maycock - Wife -
aged: 33 - occ: Machinist of Under Clothing (at
home) - born: Birmingham (Elizabeth was also
killed in this incident).  Plus 5 siblings.

His father - William Maycock, died in 1935 - aged:
59.    His mother - Elizabeth Maycock was also
killed in this incident.

CWGC - of 28 Varley Street, Miles Platting. Son of
Elizabeth and of the late William Maycock. Died at
28 Varley Street.

I am most grateful to Joan Gill for the following
information.  Joan has undertaken some FH research
into these families on behalf of one of the
Fletcher family:-

Three generations of this extended family were
attending a Christmas party at 28 Varley Street. 
Eleven of them were killed in this incident -
three members from each of the Fletcher, Shaw &
Silversides families, plus two members of the
Maycock family.  They were all buried on

Manchester (City of Manchester)
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