Delaney and Davies families (General)

by shepway @, Tuesday, September 12, 2017, 21:08 (89 days ago) @ Diannep

I will endeavour to provide details for the names you provide and in the same order:
William Charles Delaney - Unable to find a death or burial for the year you give. The nearest was provided in an earlier post:
Name: William Charles Delaney
Death Age: 68
Birth Date: 12 Jun 1915
Registration Date: Apr 1984
Registration district: Leeds
Inferred County: Yorkshire
Volume: 5
Page: 182

However there is a Memorial as follows:
Location Row X
Reference Number 339
Type Headstone
Surname DELANEY
First Name William Charles
Day 14
Month Dec
Year 1964
Age 70
Details In loving memory of William Charles Delaney died 14 Dec 1964 aged 70 years.
Notes
Parish Christchurch

Evelyn Mabel Delaney. Buried at Christchurch on 3 April 1941. There is a Headstone in the new section. To find it enter the churchyard by the gate and you will find this section furthest point to the right. Headstone reads:
DELANEY, Evelyn, wife of William 1941 Mar 31 age 28
and she is buried with Daniel:
DAVIES, Daniel, her brother 1942 Aug 9 age 26

Daniel William Davies - Buried English Bicknor on 6 February 1916
He is listed on Commonwealth War Graves Commission website so there should be a headstone. The following is from cwgc.org -
Private
DAVIES, DANIEL WILLIAM
Service Number PLY/852(S)
Died 03/02/1916
Aged 22
2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div.
Royal Marine Light Infantry
Son of Mrs. Hannah Davies, of Hillersland, Coleford, Glos; husband of Lily May Davies, of Mordiford, Hereford.

Eleanor Delaney listed as Ellen Delaney in the Burial Register. Buried 19 March 1959 at Staunton. GFHS have available a CD which includes Memorial Inscriptions for Staunton. Maybe someone on this site has a copy?

Ernest Edward Delaney buried 9 June 1964 at Staunton. GFHS CD maybe helpful.

Hubert Delaney buried 22 February 1914 at Christchurch. The Memorial Inscriptions are in a database on this website and Hubert is not listed.

Sarah James Delaney buried 19 July 1915 at Staunton. Again GFHS CD may be helpful.

Unable to help with the remainder.

Mike


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