Mary Tomkinson

How Died:Blast
Incident Date:23/12/1940
Incident Address.57 Milton Road, Stretford
Died Address:57 Milton Road, Stretford
C.W.D. No.59
Grave Details:C-1/252 Unmarked
Grave Photo:No
Cemetery or Memorial:Stretford Cemetery
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
Born Mary Ann Camm during the March quarter 1893
in the Salford R.D. - ref: 8d/82, the daughter of
William Redmond* & Alice Ann Camm (nee Walker).  
(*born - Redmond - married Redmayne ???)

1901 Census - 47 Raven Street, Pendleton, Salford.
   Daughter - aged: 7 - born: Salford.    Head of
household - Alice Camm - Widow - aged: 44 - occ:
Charwoman - born: Salford.   Plus 2 elder

Married Walter Tomkinson during the June quarter
1915 in the Salford R.D. - ref: 8d/137 and they
resided at 57 Milton Road, Gorse Hill, Stretford.

1939 National Registration - 57 Milton Road,
Stretford.   Mary Tomkinson - Married - born: 18th
March 1893 - occ: Unpaid Domestic Duties.   Walter
Tomkinson - Single - born: 26th May 1919 - occ:
Tea Delivery Clerk.   May Tomkinson - Single -
born: 4th September 1920 - occ: Grocery Packer.  
Mary's husband is not at this address on that

CWD Report No. 59.   Died as a result of blast at
57 Milton Road, Stretford, from where her body was
recovered at 01.00 hrs on the 24th December 1940
and taken to the City Road Mortuary, Old Trafford.
   Her body was identified by her son George W.
Tomkinson, No. 948070 Royal Artillery and released
for burial to the Council's Undertaker Contractor
- R. Pepperdine, 31 Ayres Road, Old Trafford.  
Described as being 5 feet 1 inches in height, of
Full Build, with brown hair and blue eyes.

Her husband - Walter Tomkinson was also killed in
this incident.

Resided at No. 7 Milton Rd according to the
Stretford Memorial Book???

Buried 31/12/1940 - Burial No. 17,906.   Unmarked

CWGC - Wife of Walter Tomkinson. Died at 57 Milton

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