TERRY Chart 0200

This is a Chart for Charles Fraser Terry and Olive Kathleen Powell

 

married
10th September 1932
St Lawrence
Morden, Surrey
witnesses
Agnes Muriel TERRY
A. J. C. BECK

 

1
CHARLES FRASER TERRY
born 
12th March 1908
3 Bickley Street, Tooting Surrey
apprenticed at
Harrisons on 13th June 1922 as a Compositor
admitted to
The Worshipful Company of Stationers
5th June 1930
occupation
 
Monotype Operator/1961 Compositor
firms worked for
 
Harrisons, Eyre & Spottiswoods, George Barber & Sons, Jewish Chronicle
died
 
18th June 1974
Southland Hospital, Shoreham, Sussex
Age 66
of
Uremia Cardiac Failure, Ventricular Aneurysm
cremated
1974
 
Worthing Crematorium, Findon, Sussex
(relationship to John TERRY and
Jean WHEATON
Father)

 

2
OLIVE KATHLEEN POWELL

born 
2.50 a.m.
 14th September 1908
9 Coteford Street, Tooting, Surrey
baptised 
4th June 1913
St Philip, Battersea, Surrey
married from
Lynette, 1 Ravensbury Avenue, Morden, Surrey
occupation 
Tailoress/Dressmaker
died 
9th June 1983
54 Church Road, Horley, Surrey
Age 74
post mortem
Coronary Artery Occlusion, Ischaemic Heart Disease, and Cor Pulmonale, Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysema
cremated 
15th June 1983
Surrey and Sussex Crematorium
ashes to 
Worthing Crematorium, Findon, Sussex
(relationship to John TERRY and
Jean WHEATON
Mother)


3
Jean Kathleen
 TERRY

married
Dennis Ian
 WHEATON

4
John Charles 
TERRY

married
Jacqueline Irene
 POLTON

 

To go to the WHEATON line which includes, Cross, Hyde and Jackson click on WHEATON Chart 0200 below

 

To go to the POLTON line which includes, Dackombe, Stedman and Thorogood click on POLTON Chart 0200 below

  1. 1908-19?? 3 Bickley Street, Tooting
    1911 29 Boscome Road, Tooting London, S W
    1922-19?? 32 Eastbourne Road, Tooting
    1929-1932 18 Acre Lane, Carshalton, Surrey
    1932-1952 48 Tilehurst Road, Cheam, Surrey
    1952-1970 74 Tudor Avenue, Worcester Park, Surrey
    1970-1974 25 Milton Close, Lancing, Sussex
    Although stated on the marriage certificate of John Charles TERRY as a Compositor, this was not the case. Charles Fraser TERRY was a Monotype Operator from 1932 until his retirement in 1973. The error came about by Rector Hayman querying Monotype Operator as an occupation, and myself, John Charles TERRY explaining it was a Printer, Compositor and he choosing the Compositor to put down rather than the original occupation given.
  2. 1908 9 Coteford Street, Tooting, Surrey (4 roomed cottage)
    1910-1911 89 Renmuir Street, Tooting Junction, Surrey
    1912-1914 105a Silverthorne Road, Battersea, Surrey
    1915 96 Tennyson Street, Battersea, Surrey (flat)
    1916-1925 24 Park Avenue, Mitcham, Surrey (two rooms)
    1917 Chipstead Golf House, Chipstead, Surrey
    1925-1932 35 Lynwood Road, Tooting, Surrey (4 bedroomed house)
    1932 Lynette, 1 Ravensbury Avenue, Morden, Surrey
    1932-1952 48 Tilehurst Road, Cheam, Surrey
    1952-1970 74 Tudor Avenue, Worcester Park, Surrey
    1970-1979 25 Milton Close, Lancing, Sussex
    1979-1983 54 Church Road, Horley, Surrey
    As a result of the ill health of Charles Ernest he had not been christened, so at his death, Agnes Olive POWELL was not allowed to bury him in the churchyard. As a consequence she decided not to have Olive Kathleen christened. However, in 1913, Olive’s Grandmother COBB took the matter into her own hands and arranged for Olive to be christened. The service took place on a Wednesday, Derby Day. Afterwards, Olive, and Winifred Ruth COBB, later WILTON, went home and christened their dolls.
    Education
    Went to, and was very happy at, Gorringe Park Girl’s School, near Figgs Marsh. In 1921 she improved from 13th to 11th in the class, but her Arithmetic let her down, with the teacher commenting "Olive must try to improve next term".
  3. No information added as still living, but with brother John Terry responsible for the information on this Web Site
  4. No information added as still living, but with sister Jean Wheaton responsible for the information on this Web Site
 

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