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Detailed, specific questions and answers board by popular request. Feel free to share your knowledge or to ask questions.

Started: 26th Feb 2013 at 22:54

Posted by: kathpressey (5165) 

i like this one and I should learn a lot!

Replied: 27th Feb 2013 at 08:55

Posted by: malon (1)

The German prisoner of war camp in Warrington Road, Ashton. Opposite the entrance gates was a garage, yard and filling station, It belong to Jack Case, Plant Hire in the 1940`s can any body remeber the previous onwer name. The garage is at the corner of Park View and Warrington Road it`s Robbinson Saddlery now. look forward to your replies.

Replied: 16th Oct 2013 at 11:31

Posted by: tonker (21878) 

There was never a German prisoner of war camp in Warrington Road, Ashton.

It was a 'British' prisoner of war camp!

PS: the best thing to do with this question, is put it on 'general' or on the history board proper. I reckon Geoff Campion might remember, as he used to live near there and he's proper owd!

Replied: 16th Oct 2013 at 18:58
Last edited by tonker: 16th Oct 2013 at 19:02:24

Posted by: nannysodoff (390)

I am helping a lady to find some info about her grandfather WALTER NUTTALL,a steeplejack. He was born Blackburn late 1800 s.

He was killed in 1940, while working on a chimney in Wigan.

Could anyone please help?
Thankyou.

Replied: 19th May 2015 at 13:26

Posted by: trixie (5019) 

Where is Geoff has he emigrated to Florida?

Replied: 1st Jul 2015 at 19:31

Posted by: Jazzy (8654) 

Nannysodoff I found this LEP

FELL FROM CHURCH WEATHERVANE Blarkiinni Employers Submit to £5OO Award “NOT INSURED” WIDOW, with four dependent ..
“... a claim at Blackburn County Court, to-day. under the Workmen's Compensation Act. The action was a sequel to the death Walter Nuttall
(35), steeplejack, of William

Monday 05 December 1938 , Lancashire Evening Post , Lancashire, England
Type: Article Words: 136 Page: 8 Tags: none

Im not a subscriber, which you need to be to see the full article.

Replied: 1st Jul 2015 at 20:25
Last edited by Jazzy: 1st Jul 2015 at 20:29:15

Posted by: Jazzy (8654) 

Also found this on WW for 1938

April 1. - Fatal fall from Wigan Parish Church flag pole on church tower of Walter Nuttall (35), steeplejack.

Link

Replied: 1st Jul 2015 at 20:45
Last edited by Jazzy: 1st Jul 2015 at 20:46:41

Posted by: Jazzy (8654) 


“... Wigan Parish Church was badly corroded was given by Police-Constable Hope, when the Inquest was held this afternoon on Walter Nuttall (35). Flelden-street. Blackburn ... ”

Monday 04 April 1938 , Lancashire Evening Post , Lancashire, England
Type: Article Words: 364 Page: 9 Tags: none

link

Replied: 1st Jul 2015 at 21:32

Posted by: Jazzy (8654) 

Name: Walter Nuttall
Event Type: Death
Registration Quarter: Apr-May-Jun
Registration Year: 1938
Registration District: Wigan
County: Lancashire
Event Place: Wigan, Lancashire, England
Age (available after 1866): 35
Birth Year (Estimated): 1903
Volume: 8C
Page: 3
Line Number: 9

Replied: 1st Jul 2015 at 22:43

Posted by: Jazzy (8654) 

Name: Walter Nuttall
Event Type: Birth Registration
Registration Quarter: Jul-Aug-Sep
Registration Year: 1902
Registration District: Blackburn
County: Lancashire
Event Place: Blackburn, Lancashire, England
Volume: 8E
Page: 397
Line Number: 353

Replied: 1st Jul 2015 at 23:36

 

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