Charlie Galley

 
 

Tribal Pages

  Date
Cert?
Where Notes Source Sure?
Birth 2/11/1875 y 16 Malpas St, Bradford, Manchester   Birth cert/Familysearch/Manchester Record Office y
Baptism            
Marriage 26/12/1896 y St John's Church, Miles Platting, Manchester

Witnesses:
Richard Henry Galley (Father or Brother)
Mary Ellen Galley (S-i-L)

cert y
Death Oct-Dec 1939 n Prestwich, Manchester 8d/466
Manchester Record Office
y
Burial   y Phillips Park Cemetery, Manchester In unmarked grave - A692
Other people in the grave are his father-in-law, George William Heald, and Mary Anne Marshall (as yet unknown - died aged 80)
The owner of the grave was a Fred Madeley (as yet unknown)
Blackely Cemetery y

 

Moving History

born

1881

1891

1896

1901

1909

1911

1933

16 Malpas St, Bradford, Manchester

@ 64 Cross Street, Bradford (Familysearch)

@ 100 Parker St, Bradford, Manchester

@ 8 W(h)atmough St, Manchester

90 Cross St, Manchester

@ 58 Hassop Street, Beswick, Manchester

@ 74 Cross St, Manchester

@ 44 Hope St, Bradford, Manchester

Census 1881, 1891,1911

 

Spouse Elizabeth Ann Heald
Father Richard Henry Galley
Mother Sarah Lord
Children

Doris Leigh (nee Galley)
Edith Loughlin (nee Galley)
Charlie Galley
Nellie Galley (died in infancy)
Charlie Galley (died in infancy)
Elsie Manford (nee Galley)
Milly Hanson (nee Galley)
Alice Lockett (nee Galley)
Nellie Meakin (nee Galley)

Siblings

Louisa Heald (nee Galley)
Hannah Galley
Eliza Galley
John William Galley
George Galley
Richard Henry Galley

 

Occupation

1. Assistant furnaceman (1891)
2. Labourer (1896)
3. General labourer (Misc Works - 1911 census)
4. Pipe Fitters Labourer (wife's Death cert - 1970)
5. Labourer in Wire Works
6. Worked at Clayton Analine - Chemical works

Notes 1. On 1911 census he is shown as having 8 children born living, but 4 had died
Rumours

He spent a lot of time in the 'Vic' pub (too much time!) his dog used to be sent out to get him when his tea was ready.
He was a 'hard' man
He was very clever and was a technical foreman at the wire works, producing lots of good ideas
He was a soldier

 

Alternative spellings
Charlie Galley (FreeBMD)

 

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Last Edited: September 18, 2012

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