KILLICK Chart 0501

This is a Chart for James Killick and Janet McTurtle Brown

 

married
20th July 1881
St Nicolas
Cranleigh, Surrey
witnesses 
William KILLICK
Emma KILLICK

 
 

1
JAMES KILLICK
born about
13th January 1850 
Cranley, Surrey
registered

March quarter 1850
Cranley, Surrey
baptised
30th January 1850
possibly
Baptist Church
Hambledon
Surrey
occupation
1861 Scholar, 1871, 1881 Bricklayer, 
1881 Bricklayer (at marriage), 1891, 1901 Bricklayer
 1908 Bricklayer (death certificate of wife)
 1911 Bricklayer (Journeyman), 1912 Bricklayer
widower on the 1911 Census
died

March quarter 1929
 Hambledon district, Surrey 
Age 79

 

2
JANET McTURTLE BROWN
born  
13th September 1852
Ratho, Midlothian
as
Jane BROWN
baptised
10 October 1852 
Ratho, Midlothian 
as 
Janet BROWN
occupation
1881 Servant
died  
26th March 1908
Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey 
age 56 
as 
Janet McTurtle KILLICK
of
Pulmonary TB
(said to have been caught from nursing cases in the village)
informant of death 
J KILLICK  
widower of deceased


3
Albert
Alexander

KILLICK
born  
16th April 1883
Cranleigh, Surrey
died
25th February 1930
St Bart’s Hospital
London

married
12th December 1912
St Nicolas
Cranleigh, Surrey
witnesses
George STEMP
Richard
MOULD
Maude Ethel
STEMP
4
Arthur
KILLICK

born
March quarter
1885
Cranleigh, Surrey
occupation
1891
Scholar
1901
Plumbers Labourer
military
Soldier
 Private 
Service Number 6866
13th Hussars
died
4th February
1917
Mesopotamia
memorial
Basra Memorial
Shatt-al-Arab
Iraq
Panel 1
 
5
Howard
 William
KILLICK
born
7th September 1886
Cranleigh, Surrey
died
March quarter
1960 
Worthing district
Sussex 
Age 73

married
20th April 1910
Heene Church
Worthing, Sussex
Minnie
 Mercy
BARTHOLOMEW
6
Janet 
McTurtle
KILLICK

born
June quarter
1893
Cranleigh, Surrey
registered as
Jane Melivelle
died
23rd June 1911
Knowle Lane
Cranleigh
Surrey
Age 18
of
Plithorsis
Heart Failure 
(having nursed her mother)
informant of death 
A A KILLICK 
brother
7
Frederick
Rodney
KILLICK
born
11th May 1896
Cranleigh, Surrey
registered
June quarter
1896
Hambledon district
Surrey
occupation
1911  Drapers Assistant
1912 Apprentice (emigration);
1920 Plumber
1920 Salesman
Auto Company
1942
Murray Body Corporation
Clay and Russell
(on Registering for WWII)
emigrated
29th March 1912
from
Liverpool
to 
Saint John
Halifax
Canada
on the
"Virginian"
border crossing
1920
Canada to USA
(Detroit Michigan, USA
US Citizen
12th November 1927
died
17th June 1976
Detroit
Wayne County
Michigan
USA

married(1)
11th October 1924
Highland Park
Michigan, USA
Edith J
???
divorced
11th April 1928
Wayne County
Michigan, USA

married(2)
between
1927 and 1942
Bella
Adelaide
WILSON
born
7th August 1907
Michigan
USA
died
30th January 1996
Detroit
Wayne County
USA
Aged 88
     
  1. 1851 Cranley Windmill, Cranley Common, Surrey. There were two servants with the family a Samson CHEESEMAN aged 20 employed at mill born Capel, Surrey and Elizabeth BIDLE aged 17 born Chiddingfold, Surrey.
    1861 Cranley Common, Cranley, Surrey 
    1871 Cranley common, Cranley, Surrey 
    1881 Common Cottage, Cranleigh, Surrey
    1881 Cranleigh, Surrey (at marriage)
    1891 No 2 Knowle View, Cranleigh, Surrey
    1901 Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey 
    1908 Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey (death certificate of wife)
    1911 Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey as a widower
    Janet ALLEN writes that she has not been able to find the graves of James or his son Albert.
    Brothers-in-law, James and Frederick were for some time working in partnership
  2. 1881 Cranleigh, Surrey (marriage) - Father Alexander Brown - Soldier
    1891 No 2 Knowle View, Cranleigh, Surrey
    1901 Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey 
    1908 Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey (death certificate)
    Janetís birth was registered as Janet BROWN as was her marriage. However, on her death certificate she was entered as Janet McTurtle BROWN although in the typed index she is entered as Janet Melville BROWN.
  3. 1891 No 2 Knowle View, Cranleigh, Surrey
    1901 Not found (In Boer War?)
    1911 Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey 
    1911 Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey (Informant of death of sister Janet)
    1912 Cranleigh, Surrey (marriage)
    1930 Ivydene, Mount Road, Cranleigh, Surrey (death)
    Albert and Arthur were soldiers, one in the 14/20th Hussars and the other in the 13th.
    Janet ALLEN writes that she has not been able to find the graves of James or his son Albert.
    Military Service
    Albert (and his brother Arthur) were soldiers, one in the 14/20th Hussars and the other in the 13th. Albert added to his age to fight in the Boer War and joined up to fight in WW1. While Albert was hospitalised, having broken both legs as a result of having his horse shot from under him, another brother, Rodney, was marching through the village with the Scottish Canadians,
    Information from Forces War Records sent by John TERRY 18/11/2014
    Corps of Hussars Regiment
    Roll of Individuals entitled to the Victory Medal and British War Medal granted under Army Orders
    John TERRY's transcription from actual sheet
    Regiment No. 28800
    Rank Pte
    Name KILLICK Albert A 20 Hrs. 
    Unit previously served (although this has a line through it)
    20Hrs: Pte. 28800 and again no further information 
    The theatres of War heading just has a cross in the from column and a tick in to column.
    Place Issued was YORK and the date 30th December 1919
    The transcription from Ancestry before opening the actual page reads:
    Corps of Hussars Regiment
    Roll of Individuals entitled to the Victory Medal and British War Medal granted under Army Orders
    Name: Albert A KILLICK
    Military Year: 1914-1920
    Rank: Private
    Medal Awarded: British War Medal and Victory Medal
    Regiment or Corps: Household Cavalry and Cavalry of the Line
    Regimental Number: 28800
    Sub Unit: 20th Hussars
    Previous Units: 20 Hrs. Pte. 28800
  4. 1891 Census - No 2 Knowle View, Cranleigh, Surrey
    1901 Census - Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey
    Albert and Arthur were soldiers, one in the 14/20th Hussars and the other in the 13th.
    There is a plaque to Arthur KILLICK in the church as he has no known grave.
    Information from Forces War Records sent by John TERRY 3/11/2014
    First Name: Arthur 
    Initials: A 
    Surname: KILLICK
    Birth Town: Cranleigh, Guildford 
    Resided Town: Guildford 
    Nationality: British 
    Date of Death: 04/02/1917 
    Fate: Killed in Action 
    Rank: Private 
    Service Number: 6866 
    Duty Location: Mesopotamia 
    Campaign Medals: 
    Victory Medal
    Given the information we have available it is likely that Arthur KILLICK was entitled to the Victory medal, also called the Inter Allied Victory Medal. This medal was awarded to all who received the 1914 Star or 1914-15 Star and, with certain exceptions, to those who received the British War Medal. It was never awarded alone. These three medals were sometimes irreverently referred to as Pip, Squeak and Wilfred.
    Eligibility for this award consisted of having been mobilised, fighting, having served in any of the theatres of operations, or at sea, between midnight 4th/5th August, 1914, and midnight, 11th/12th November, 1918. Women who served in any of the various military organisations in a theatre of operations were also eligible. 
    British War Medal
    From the information available to us, it is very possible that Arthur KILLICK was entitled to the British War Medal for service in World War One. This British Empire campaign medal was issued for services between 5th August 1914 and 11th November 1918.
    The medal was automatically awarded in the event of death on active service before the completion of this period. 
    Service: British Army 
    Regiment: 13th Hussars 
    Commemorated: Iraq 
    Collections: Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-1919 
    The IWGC/CWGC Registers Collection
    Military Service
    Albert (and his brother Arthur) were soldiers, one in the 14/20th Hussars and the other in the 13th. Albert added to his age to fight in the Boer War and joined up to fight in WW1. While Albert was hospitalised, having broken both legs as a result of having his horse shot from under him, another brother, Rodney, was marching through the village with the Scottish Canadians,
  5. 1891 Census - No 2 Knowle View, Cranleigh, Surrey
    1901 Census - Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey
    1911  Serena, Upper High St., Worthing, Sussex. Minnie is down as having been married under one year and having had not children.
    1939 78 Broomfield Avenue, Worthing M.B., Sussex
    Later co-founded Careys, a wholesale newsagent, with the Carey family
  6. 1901 Census - Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey
    1908 Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey (death of mother)
    1911 Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey
  7. 1901 Census - Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey
    1911 Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey
    Rodney fought with the Scottish Canadians so presumably was stationed in the Bramshott, Hampshire area. He fought in Belgium in WWI
    Rodney appeared to travel to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada by himself, aged 16 aboard the "Virginian" arriving on 6th April 1912 he is down as an Apprentice. 
    1920 Ferris Street, Highland Park, Wayne, Michigan. USA. Rodney was a Roomer on this Census
    Military Service
    Albert (and his brother Arthur) were soldiers, one in the 14/20th Hussars and the other in the 13th. Albert added to his age to fight in the Boer War and joined up to fight in WW1. While Albert was hospitalised, having broken both legs as a result of having his horse shot from under him, another brother, Rodney, was marching through the village with the Scottish Canadians,

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