OSBORN/FIELD Chart 0300

This is a Chart for Walter Charles Osborn, Minnie Wheaton and John William Field

married(1)
7th November 1920
Wesleyan Methodist
Strood District Kent
witnesses
Ernest Harry WICKHAM, Eleanor Beatrice WICKHAM
divorced
20th October 1930
married (2)
10th November 1930
Register Office
Fulham, London
licence
witnesses
 A SLACK
Ada SLACK
1
WALTER CHARLES OSBORN
born  
18th March 1899
 Fairview Avenue
Stamford Le Hope, Essex
occupation
1920 Surveyor (marriage)
  2
MINNIE WHEATON
born
21st December 1897
25 Maple Road
Grays, Essex
occupation
1911
School
died
6th October 1989
Ware, Hertfordshire
3
JOHN WILLIAM FIELD
born  
12th December 1900 
 Grays, Essex
occupation
Part ownership of a horse drawn bus in earlier days
London General Omnibus Conductor at Potters Bar Garage
died
23rd November 1977
 Ramsgate, Kent

4
Thelma Minnie
 OSBORN
born
6th November 1921
Aveley, Essex
died
 29th August 2002
Harlow district, Essex

married
26th December 1950
Potters Bar, Middlesex
 Cyril Denis 
STEELE
5
Patricia Valerie
 FIELD
born
28th December 1932
Hampstead, London
died
 3rd March 2011 
Suffolk

married
 
John Deacon 
WOOD
6
Philip John
FIELD

 married
 
Brenda Susan Ivy 
RICHARDSON
 
  1. Son of Walter OSBORN(E) and Jane ROLPH. He was born 18 March 1899 in Fairview Avenue, Stamford Le Hope, Essex
    Walter OSBORN later remarried and had several children
  2. 1897 25 Maple Road, Grays, Essex (birth)
    1901 1 Whitehall Road, Little Thurrock, Essex
    1907 1 Whitehall Road, Little Thurrock, Essex (birth of William Alphonso and Frank)
    1911 2 Whitehall Road, Little Thurrock, Essex
    1919 2 Whitehall Road, Little Thurrock, Essex (marriage of Priscilla)
    1920 "Rest Harrow" Cobham, Surrey (marriage to Walter Charles OSBORN)
    1930 54 Hugon Road, Fulham, London (marriage to John William FIELD)
    1951 40 Laurel Avenue, Potters Bar, Middlesex (death of Mother)
    1953 40 Laurel Avenue, Potters Bar, Middlesex
  3. 1930 10 Pelham Road, Wood Green, London, N.22 (marriage)
    1934/5 Laurel Avenue, Potters Bar, Middlesex 
    Information from Philip FIELD. "House in Laurel Avenue cost 750 but his father had to
    have a loan to put the deposit down which was, I believe, 25"
    "During the war we were "bombed out" of Laurel Avenue when a German bomber trying to
    break the line between London and the North, the old LNER line, dropped a string of
    bombs across Potters Bar, one of which fell on to a house three doors up from us. Our
    house was badly damaged and after being rescued by the ARP, we were housed with a
    family for a while until being re-housed for some long time in a ground floor flat in Potters 
    Bar. The house in Laurel Avenue was eventually repaired and we moved back there".
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