TERRY/BINGHAM Chart 0208

This is a Chart for Lawrence Richard Henry Terry, Ann Eleanor Phyllis Nattress, Thomas Bingham and Elizabeth (Lizzie) Ada Cresswell

 

married(1)
September quarter 
1939
 Southwark district
London
as
Laurence R H TERRY

(2)married(2)
June quarter
1946
Camberwell district
London
  (1)married
September quarter
1928
Wandsworth district
London
 

1
LAWRENCE RICHARD HENRY TERRY

born
17th June 1917
(birth date given on 1939 Census)
or
17th June 1913
(birth date given at death)
registered
September quarter
1917
St Olave district
Southwark
London
as
Laurence R H TERRY
occupation
1939 Commercial Motor Driver
WWII
1945 Merchant Navy
Able Seaman (at death)
down as
Lawrence Richard Henry TERRY
but
down as born
17th June 1913
died
11th January 1945
WWII
ss Normandy Coast (Liverpool)
Aged 31
son of S.J. L. and Georgina TERRY;
husband of Phylliss TERRY, of Walworth London
presumed drowned
at sea
death certificate issued
9th March 1945
memorial
Tower Hill Memorial
Tower Hill
London
Panel 73

 

2
ANN ELEANOR PHYLLIS NATTRESS
born
15th December 1916
(birth entered as 15 December 1915 in the Death Index)
registered
March quarter 1917
Lanchaster district
Durham
occupation
1939 Medicinal Bottle Fitler (sic)
died about
 December 1974
Bromley district
Kent
 as
Anne Eleanor P BINGHAM
Aged 58
buried
13th December 1974
New Cemetery Burial Ground
Honor Oak
Southwark
London
as
Anne
Eleanor
Phyllis
BINGHAM

  3
THOMAS BINGHAM

born about
19th September 1896
Battersea, London
registered
December quarter
1896
Wandsworth district
London
school admission
23rd April 1900
Raymond Street School
Battersea
London
and
 2nd September 1901
Sleaford Street School
Battersea
London
occupation
1939 Stoker (Restaurant)
possibly died
March quarter
1956
Bermondsey district
London
Aged 59
  4
ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ADA CRESSWELL
born
24th July 1902
Lambeth London
registered
September quarter
1902
Wandsworth district
London
baptised
14th December 1902
St Andrew
Battersea
Wandsworth
London
occupation
1939 Cleaner
possibly died
March quarter
1942
Bromley district
Kent
Aged 38

5
Daphne
TERRY
born about
December quarter
1940
Camberwell district
Southwark, London
and
Durham W district
Durham
(see notes for our thoughts on this)

married
June quarter
1965
Southwark district
London
Brian
R
HENRY
born about
September quarter
1944
Wycombe district
Buckinghamshire
6
Dawn
TERRY
born about
December quarter
1940
Camberwell district
Southwark, London
and
Durham W district
Durham
(see notes for our thoughts on this)

married
September quarter
1968
Southwark district
London
(Volume Number 5e Page 25)
Leslie
T
WILSON
born about
March quarter
1935
Southwark district
London
  7
Doreen
BINGHAM
born about
September quarter
1943
Bermondsey district
London

married
September quarter
1968
Southwark district
London
(Volume Number 5e Page 25)
John
D
LEACH
born about
1938
(registration not found)
  8
Thomas
BINGHAM
possibly
born
27th March 1929
registered
June quarter
1929
Lambeth district
London
possibly
died
November 2001
Thanet with Dover  district
Kent
Aged 71
       
  1. BMD Birth with CULLY as the mothers maiden name. (There are four in total but I am certain the other two belong to Richard and Violet TERRY)
    1939 24 Westerham Av, Law Street , Southwark, London. Herbert J BICKAEL (born 25 February 1918) single Commercial Motor Driver, Eleanor A ) (Anne Eleanor Phyllis) TERRY (later BINGHAM) (born 15 December 1916) Medicinal Bottle Fitler (sic) and Lawrence R H TERRY (born 17 June 1917) married Commercial Motor Driver
    1945 100 The Albany, London, S.E.5 (address given on Merchant Seamans death certificate) wife given as Ann, death certificate issued 9th March 1945
    Details of the "Normandy Coast" (originally the Lady Cloe)

    Name Normandy Coast
    Type: Steam merchant
    Tonnage 1,428 tons
    Completed 1916 - Sir Raylton Dixon & Co Ltd, Middlesbrough
    Owner Coast Lines Ltd, Liverpool
    Homeport Liverpool
    Date of attack 11 Jan 1945 Nationality: British
    Fate Sunk by U-1055 (Rudolf Meyer)
    Position 53 19'N, 4 48'W - Grid AM 9252
    Complement 27 (19 dead and 8 survivors).
    Convoy
    Route London - Liverpool
    Cargo 266 tons of steel plates
    History Completed in June 1916 as Lady Cloe for British & Irish SP Co Ltd, London. 1938 renamed Normandy Coast for Coast Lines Ltd, Liverpool.
    Notes on event
    Between 16.10 and 16.40 hours on 11 Jan 1945, U-1055 attacked some ships from a just dispersed coastal convoy in the Irish Sea west of Anglesey and reported two ships sunk. A first torpedo exploded behind the Yugoslavian steam merchant Senga, while other torpedoes sank the Roanoke and Normandy Coast.
    The Normandy Coast (Master Fredrick Mara) sank within two minutes, taking 18 crew members and one gunner with her. The master, five crew members and two gunners were picked up by the British patrol ship HMS PC-74 and landed at Holyhead on 12 January.
    On board
    Clymer, Henry Joseph, Merchant Navy 40 Fireman Normandy Coast +
    Cullen, James Christopher, Merchant Navy 62 Able Seaman Normandy Coast +
    Dalton, Michael, Merchant Navy 68 Able Seaman Normandy Coast +
    Foster, Charles Randolph, Merchant Navy 34 Fireman Normandy Coast +
    Hand, William Eric, RN 29 Leading Seaman (DEMS gunner) Normandy Coast +
    Harte, Peter, Merchant Navy 62 Donkeyman Normandy Coast +
    Hobbs, Kenneth, Merchant Navy 18 Crew member Normandy Coast
    Hornby, Robert Humphrey, Merchant Navy 30 Chief Officer Normandy Coast +
    Hunter, Adam, Merchant Navy 46 Fireman Normandy Coast +
    Lyons, Harry, Merchant Navy 26 Fireman Normandy Coast +
    Mara, Fredrick, Merchant Navy Master Normandy Coast
    Owen, Hugh Evan Emrys, Merchant Navy 39 Lamp Trimmer Normandy Coast +
    Peat, Albert Edward, Merchant Navy 19 Sailor Normandy Coast  +
    Penwill, John Symons, Merchant Navy 57 Chief Engineer Officer Normandy Coast +
    Pettitt, John Francis, Merchant Navy 34 Fireman Normandy Coast
    Roberts, William Thomas, Merchant Navy Chief Steward Normandy Coast
    Rowlands, John Victor, Merchant Navy 31 Second Officer Normandy Coast +
    Stokes, Charles William, Merchant Navy 23 Able Seaman Normandy Coast +
    Terry, Lawrence Richard Henry, Merchant Navy 31 Able Seaman Normandy Coast +
    Son of S.J.L. and Georgina Terry; husband of Phyliss Terry, of Walworth, London.

    Turnbull, John Joseph Hindmarch, Merchant Navy 36 Fireman Normandy Coast  +
    Tyrell, Walter, Merchant Navy 56 Donkeyman Normandy Coast +
    Williams, Frederick Arthur, Merchant Navy 16 Mess Room Boy Normandy Coast +
    Williams, William Howell, Merchant Navy 41 Engineer Officer Normandy Coast  +
    The people with + died those without are those who survived
  2.  1939 24 Westerham Av, Law Street , Southwark, London. Herbert J BICKAEL (born 25 February 1918) single Commercial Motor Driver, Eleanor A ) (Anne Eleanor Phyllis) TERRY (later BINGHAM) (born 15 December 1916) Medicinal Bottle Fitler (sic) and Lawrence R H TERRY (born 17 June 1917) married Commercial Motor Driver
    1951 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM and Thomas BINGHAM
    1952 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM and Thomas BINGHAM
    1954 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM and Thomas BINGHAM
    1955 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM and Thomas BINGHAM
    1956 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM and Thomas BINGHAM
    1957 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM
    1960 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM
    1961 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM
    1962 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM
    1964 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM and Dawn TERRY
    1974 121 Barkworth Road, S.E.16 (address given at burial)
  3. 1900 44 Lockington Road, Battersea, London (admission to Raywood Street School)
    1901 44 Lockington Street, Battersea, London. Father John BINGHAM Bricklayers Labourer born Battersea, London, Mother Amelia aged 29 born Knightbridge, London, Maud aged 8 born Wandsworth, London, then Thomas aged 4 born Battersea, London and then John Aged 2 born Battersea, London.
    1901 12 Johanna Place, Battersea, London (admission to Sleaford Street School)
    1911 34 Savona Place, Battersea Pk Rd, Battersea, London. Father John BINGHAM aged 48 a Carman Contractor born Battersea. Mother Amelia J BINGHAM aged 40 down as having been married 18 years and having had 6 children 5 survive and 1 had died at the date of this Census. She was born in Battersea, London, Children all born Battersea, London. First Thomas followed by John A aged 12, Louida aged 10 and Amy aged 8
    1930 37 Savona Street, Nine Elms Ward, Battersea, Wandsworth, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ada Elizabeth BINGHAM, Thomas BINGHAM, Henry James SIMMONS and Martha SIMMONS
    1932 37 Savona Street, Nine Elms Ward, Battersea, Wandsworth, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ada Elizabeth BINGHAM, Thomas BINGHAM, Henry James SIMMONS and Martha SIMMONS
    1938 16 Peckham Grove, Camberwell, Southwark, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Elizabeth Ada BINGHAM, Thomas BINGHAM, George Leonard John CLARK and Ivy Elizabeth CLARK
    1939 16 Peckham Grove, Camberwell, Southwark, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Elizabeth Ada BINGHAM, Thomas BINGHAM, George Leonard John CLARK. Ivy Elizabeth CLARK. Albert Frederick MILES and Arthur Charles MILES
    1939 16 Peckham Grove, Camberwell, London. Elizabeth A BINGHAM born 24th July 1902 Cleaner, Thomas BINGHAM born 19th September 1906 Stoker Restaurant
    1951 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM and Thomas BINGHAM
    1952 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM and Thomas BINGHAM
    1954 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM and Thomas BINGHAM
    1955 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM and Thomas BINGHAM
    1956 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM and Thomas BINGHAM
  4. 1902 49 Havelock? Terrace, Battersea, Wandsworth, London. (at baptism) Father Frederick a Labourer, mother Elizabeth.
    1911 No 4 Aegies Grove, New Road, Battersea, London Father Frederick CRESSWELL aged 40 a General Labourer born Mitcham, Surrey, Mother Eliza CRESSWELL aged 38 down as having been married 17 years and having had 12 children 5 survive and 8 had died at the date of t his Census. She was born in Chelsea, London. Children Harriet aged 17 a Servant Domestic at Coffee Shop born Chelsea, Fred aged 15 a Horse Boy born Chelsea, London, then Lizzie aged 8 born Lambeth, London followed by Albert aged 6 born Battersea, London and Minnie aged 3 born Battersea, London.
    1930 37 Savona Street, Nine Elms Ward, Battersea, Wandsworth, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ada Elizabeth BINGHAM, Thomas BINGHAM, Henry James SIMMONS and Martha SIMMONS
    1932 37 Savona Street, Nine Elms Ward, Battersea, Wandsworth, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ada Elizabeth BINGHAM, Thomas BINGHAM, Henry James SIMMONS and Martha SIMMONS
    1938 16 Peckham Grove, Camberwell, Southwark, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Elizabeth Ada BINGHAM, Thomas BINGHAM, George Leonard John CLARK and Ivy Elizabeth CLARK
    1939 16 Peckham Grove, Camberwell, Southwark, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Elizabeth Ada BINGHAM, Thomas BINGHAM, George Leonard John CLARK. Ivy Elizabeth CLARK. Albert Frederick MILES and Arthur Charles MILES
    1939 16 Peckham Grove, Camberwell, London. Elizabeth A BINGHAM born 24th July 1902 Cleaner, Thomas BINGHAM born 19th September 1906 Stoker Restaurant
  5. BMD Birth with NATTRESS as the mothers maiden name.
    There are registrations for both Daphne and Dawn TERRY in the December quarter 1940 in Camberwell  District and the Durham W District, Durham W district was previously Lanchester district, Durham and this is the district that Ann Eleanor NATTRESS their mother was born.
    Daphne - Southwark 1d 638, Durham W 10a 358
    Dawn - Southwark 1d 638, Durham W 10a 358
    I cannot believe that two TERRY families with father TERRY and mother NATTRASS at different ends of the country had twin girls in the same quarter of the year and gave them the same names. As it was 1940 perhaps Anne and the children went to relations in Durham to escape the London Blitz, and someone thought the girls' birth ought to be registered again in the place where they were now living.
  6. 1964 121 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London (London Electoral Roll) At this address Ann E BINGHAM and Dawn TERRY
    BMD Birth with NATTRESS as the mothers maiden name.
    There are registrations for both Daphne and Dawn TERRY in the December quarter 1940 in Camberwell  District and the Durham W District, Durham W district was previously Lanchester district, Durham and this is the district that Ann Eleanor NATTRESS their mother was born.
    Daphne - Southwark 1d 638, Durham W 10a 358
    Dawn - Southwark 1d 638, Durham W 10a 358
    I cannot believe that two TERRY families with father TERRY and mother NATTRASS at different ends of the country had twin girls in the same quarter of the year and gave them the same names. As it was 1940 perhaps Anne and the children went to relations in Durham to escape the London Blitz, and someone thought the girls' birth ought to be registered again in the place where they were now living.
    Dawn married as a double wedding with her step sister Doreen
  7. Doreen married as a double wedding with her step sister Dawn

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