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Offline mack

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ardwick barracks.
« on: December 18, 2011, 10:12:08 AM »
pte 1832 george,frederick newton
formerly 20th lancashire rifle volunteers
enlisted 5-2-1887
1st manchesters
aged 18yrs 11mths
occupation,labourer
69 napier st,ardwick green
served in the east indies 22-2-1889 till 28-12-1894
army reserve 6-1-1895
discharged 2-2-1899
took a job in the local iron works
1911,he and his wife annie were the caretakers of the drill hall at ardwick green[No1 ardwick green]
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Migky.

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Re: ardwick barracks.
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2011, 12:05:27 PM »
Here is a copy of George Frederick Newton's wedding certificate to Annie Naylor.

Click here for George & Annie's wedding certificate

George died and is buried in Southern cemetery, on the 18th April 1945 in the non-conformist section part of the cemetery, grave  NO M-276.
At the time of his death he was residing at 4 Mona terrace, Sale. Cheshire. He died age 80. He is buried with his wife Annie. She was buried 20th Feb 1961 and was residing at the same address.


Migky  ;)