TIDY Chart 0201

This is a Chart for Percy Tidy and Daisy Fanny Longhurst

 

married
September quarter 1928
East Preston district
Sussex

 

1
PERCY TIDY

born about
1906
Chichester, Sussex
registered
March quarter 1906
Chichester district
Sussex
occupation
1911 School
military
WWII
Service Number
P/K 64129
Petty Officer
Stoker
Royal Navy
HMS Polyanthus
died
20th September 1943
WWII
on 
H.M.S. Polyanthus
Aged 37
husband of
Daisy TIDY
of
Hambrook, Sussex
administration
4th December 1943
Winchester
of Percy TIDY 
died on or since 20th September 1943
on War Service
to
Daiy Fanny TIDY
widow
will
207 1s.
memorial
Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Portsmouth
Hampshire

 

2
DAISY FANNY LONGHURST

born 
19th May 1905
Lewes, Sussex
 registered
June quarter 1905
 Newhaven district
Sussex
occupation
1939 Unpaid Domestic Duties
died
 
December 1987
 Chichester district
 Sussex
Aged 82

 


3
Hazel 
Alice 
TIDY
born 
27th February 1929
Catherington district
Hampshire
occupation 
1939 At School
died 
September 1993
Chichester district
Sussex
Aged 64

married 
June quarter 1947
Chichester district
Sussex
Albert 
Laurence 
PATTEN
born 
9th June 1921
Westhampnett district
Sussex 
(registered September quarter)
died
March quarter 1978
Chichester district
Sussex
Aged 56
4
John L 
TIDY
born about
 
June  quarter 1931
Westhampnett district
 Sussex

married 
June quarter 1955
  Chichester district
Sussex
Marion R 
HARVEY
born about
 December quarter  1931
Westbourne district
Sussex.
  1. 1911 41 Tower Street Chichester, Chichester, Sussex, Father John TIDY (47) Grinder of Cutlery born Shoreham, Sussex, wife Lucy (37) born Havant, Hampshire, all children born Chichester, Sussex, children by first wife Thomas (18) and Frederick (17) both Tan Labourers, children by present all at school, Ethel (12), William (11), Albert (8), Jessie (7), Bertha (6), Percy (5) and Amy (3) (Percy's brother William married the Winifred the sister, of Percy's wife Daisy).
    1939 Not found
    1943 11 Eastham, Sussex (address given at administration)
    Detail of HMS POLYANTHUS
    HMS Polyanthus was a Flower-class corvette of the Royal Navy. She was launched on 30 November 1940 from Leith Docks on the Firth of Forth, at an estimated cost of 55,000.[1][2] Polyanthus was sunk by the German submarine U-952 using new German weapons technology on 20 September 1943 about 1,000 miles southwest of Reykjavk during convoy escort duty in the Battle of the North Atlantic
    At 0022 hours on 21 Sepember 1943 the German U-952 fired a Gnat at an escort of the convoy ON-202 and heard after three minutes a detonation, followed by sinking noises. HMS Polyanthus (T/Lt. John Gordon Aitken, RNR) was hit and sank immediately at position 5700'N, 3110'W. The British frigate HMS Itchen picked up one survivor, but he died when the frigate was torpedoed and sunk two days later by U-666. 
  2. 1911 Hook Lane, Aldingbourne, Chichester, Aldingbourne, Sussex
    1939 11 Chaff Barn Eartham , Chichester R.D., Sussex, married, husband not present. After daughter Hazel A there is 1 Record Officially Closed entry
  3. 1939 11 Chaff Barn Eartham , Chichester R.D., Sussex,. After Hazel A there is 1 Record Officially Closed entry
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