Ann Butler McGreevy

Rank:Civilian
Died:23/12/1940Age:40
Incident Date:23/12/1940
Incident Address.47 Wilburn Street - Railway Hotel
Died Address:47 Wilburn Street - Railway Hotel
Grave Photo:No
Cemetery or Memorial:Fleetwood Cemetery
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
Born on the 27th Otober 1900, the birth being
registered during the December quarter 1900 in the
Fylde R.D. - ref: 8e/671,  the daughter of John &
Isabella Ellen Fish (nee Butler).

1901 Census - 64 Victoria Street, Fleetwood,
Fylde, Lancashire.  Daughter - aged: 5 months -
born: Fleetwood.    Head of household - John Fish
- Married - aged: 36 - occ: Shipwright - born:
Fleetwood.  Also Isabella Ellen Fish - Wife -
aged: 38 - born: Fleetwood.   Plus 3 elder
siblings.

1911 Census - 64 Victoria Street, Fleetwood,
Fylde, Lancashire.  Daughter (listed as ANNIE
FISH) - aged: 10 - Scholar - born: Fleetwood.   
Head of household - John Fish - Married - aged: 46
- occ: Shipwright - born: Fleetwood.  Also
Isabella Ellen Fish - Wife - aged: 48 - born:
Fleetwood.   Plus 3 siblings.

Married John McGreevy during the December quarter
1920 in the Fylde R.D. - ref: 8e/1626.

1939 National Registration - 47 Wilburn Street
(Railway Hotel), Salford.   John McGreevy -
Married - born: 16th January 1900 - occ: Hotel
Manager.   Ann B. McGreevy - Married - born: 27th
October 1900 - occ: Assistant to Husband.

Although killed on the 23rd December 1940, John &
Ann McGreevy's bodies were not recovered until the
25th December 1940.

Death recorded as during the March quarter 1941 in
the Salford R.D. - ref: 8d/1058.   John & Ann
Butler McGreevy are both listed under that
reference.

CWGC - Wife of John McGreevey. Died at Railway
Hotel. Wilburn Street.   Recorded under the name
of "GREEVEY" (with a third 'e').   Her husband -
John McGreevy  IS NOT COMMEMORATED BY THE CWGC.

John & Ann McGreevy were buried at Fleetwood on
the 3rd January 1941.

Four persons were killed in this incident.   John
& Ann Butler McGreevy, plus Mary Cavanagh and her
son - Terence Joseph Cavanagh.  According to a
Cavanagh relative, only the landlord's dog
survived the bombing of the public house.

District:
Salford (City of Salford)
Memorials found on:
C.W.G.C.
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