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Raymond Vernon Maudsley

Police constable
Date of Birth: November 18, 1889


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


Gender: Male

Date and Place of Birth: 18th November 1889, Barnoldswick Lancashire (near Skipton Yorkshire)  

Date and Place of Death:  October 1948, Staincliffe, Yorkshire   

Nationality: British


Childhood: Youngest of 3 children born, 2 surviving.

Parents: William Harrison Maudsley and Alice Slater nee Lawson 

Parent’s occupations: Cotton manufacturer, mother a dressmaker  


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


Occupation: Police constable 

Place of residence at Gretna: Factory Police Camp, Eastriggs 

Job title at Gretna: Police constable.


Marital status: Unmarried

Children: None known.

Travels: N/K


Awards/recognitions: N/K


Trivia / any other information:

Raymond Vernon Maudsley was born at Barnoldswick, Lancashire on 18th November 1989 to William Harrison Maudsley and Alice Slater nee Lawson.  


1891- living at 5 Mosely Street, Barnoldswick. Father a cotton manufacturer. 2nd child.  


1901- 9 Moseley Street, Barnoldswick, mother widowed and occupied as a dressmaker, still only 2 children 


1911- 9 Mosely Street, Barnoldswick. Raymond a cotton weaver. There had been 3 children, 2 survived.  


WW1 employed at H M Factory Gretna as a police constable living at the Factory Police Camp, Eastriggs (Electoral Register)  


1921 – Raymond Vernon and Alice are on the record in Barnoldswick.  


1939- 11 York Street, Barnoldswick. Cotton mill clerk. Single.


October 1948 died Staincliffe registration district, Yorkshire aged 59.




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