George Ashton

How Died:War Operations
Incident Date:24/12/1944
Incident Address.139 Abbey Hills Road
Died Address:139 Abbey Hills Road
Grave Details:I-9/112
Grave Photo:No
Cemetery or Memorial:Oldham (Greenacres) Cemetery
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
Born on the 3rd August 1932, the birth being
registered during the December quarter 1932 in the
Oldham R.D. - ref: 8d/924.

1939 National Registration - 139 Abbey Hills Road,
Oldham.  (1) William Ashton - Married - born: 30th
October 1876 - occ: General Builders Labourer. 
(2) Mary E. Ashton - Married - born: 11th June
1896 - occ: Unpaid Domestic Duties.  (3) Ida
Ashton - Single - born: 12th November 1912 - occ:
Hospital Nurse.  (4) Mary Brierley - Single -
born: 3rd February 1920 - occ: Ring Doffer Cotton
Spinner.  (5) Edward Clark - Single - born: 12th
January 1923 - occ: Tuber Cotton Spinner.  (6)
Arthur Ashton - Single - born: 29th April 1924 -
occ: Little Piecer Cotton.  (7) Record Redacted 
(8) George Ashton - born: 3rd August 1932 - At

Death Certificate states that he was the son of
William Ashton and Dorothy Deakin of 75
Marlborough Street, Oldham and died at 139 Abbey
Hills Road.

The three members of the Ashton family (Alan,
George & Mary Ellen) who died in the Abbey Hills
Road incident were initially buried at the Oldham
(Hollinwood) Cemetery on the 29th December 1944.  
 Along with the remains of 7 Unidentified persons,
they were buried in Communal grave - Section: K19
- Grave: 158/9.

On the 13th October 1954, their remains were
exhumed and reburied in Oldham (Greenacres)
Cemetery in Section: I-9 - Grave: 112.   The
remains of the 7 Unidentified persons were
cremated at this time and placed in a casket at
the foot of the Ashton Grave.

CWGC - Son of Frank Ashton (???), of 75
Marlborough Street. Died at 139 Abbey Hills Road.

Oldham (Oldham MBC)
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