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Milton Naylor

Police constable


Full name of worker at H.M. Factory Gretna (and any other names they are known by): Milton Naylor  


Gender: Male

Date and Place of Birth: 31st January 1871, Luddenden, Sowerby Bridge, Yorkshire  

Date and Place of Death: December 1957, Nottingham  

Nationality: British


Childhood: He worked aged 10.


Parents: Joseph and Grace nee Calvert 

Parent’s occupations: Farmer of 6 acres and wool carter.


Schools / universities attended and years of attendance: N/K


Occupation: Police constable 


Place of residence at Gretna: N/K

Job title at Gretna: Police constable.

Marital status: Married Emma Jane Moses at Halifax.

Children: 4 children, 3 of which survived.

Travels: N/K


Awards/recognitions: N/K


Trivia / any other information:

Milton Jones was born on 31st January 1871 at Sowerby Bridge, Yorkshire to Joseph  and Grace nee Calvert  


1871 – living at Hoyle Bottom, Luddenden, Sowerby Bridge. Father a farmer of 6 acres and a wool carter  


1881- New Holme Cottage, Luddenden. Aged 10 working as a wool doffer. 


Q4 1892 – married Emma Jane Moses at Halifax. They subsequently had 4 children, 3 survived.  


3rd August 1896- joined the police, occupation was a draper’s traveller.5ft 9 ins tall. (West Yorks Police Records). A damaged right hand.  


1901-at 30 Earlsdon Road, West Brightside, Sheffield. A police constable with 3 children.  


WW1 – too old for active military service, employed as a police constable at H M Factory, Gretna.  


1939- Sworn weighman, retired, living at 307, Huckwell Lane, Nottingham 


December 1957 at Nottingham 




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