Henry Charles Arnold Daish1

#8784, (25 May 1881-15 November 1963)
ChartsThe Davis' of Christchurch
Birth*25 MAY 1881 Henry Charles Arnold Daish was born on 25 MAY 1881 at Southampton, Hampshire, EnglandG.2 
Marriage*27 DEC 1909 He married Mary Ann E Davis, daughter of George Davis and Mary Ann Elizabeth Reed, on 27 DEC 1909 at Southampton, HampshireG.3 
Employment*2 APR 1911 Henry Charles Arnold Daish was employed as LSW Railway worker.4 
Residence*2 APR 1911 He and Mary Ann E Davis lived at 21 Hartington Road, Southampton, Hampshire, EnglandG, together with Constance Irene Daish.4 
Milit-Beg*30 NOV 1915 Henry Charles Arnold Daish began military service on 30 NOV 1915 at Southampton, HampshireG.5 
Milit-End*7 MAY 1919 He ended military service on 7 MAY 1919 at Southampton, HampshireG.5 
Employment29 SEP 1939 He was employed as Carpenter, docks.6 
Residence29 SEP 1939 He and Mary Ann E Davis lived at 21 Harlington Road, Southampton, Hampshire, EnglandG.6 
Death*15 NOV 1963 Henry Charles Arnold Daish died on 15 NOV 1963 at 56 Hatley Road, Bitterne, Hampshire, EnglandG, aged 82.7 

Family

Mary Ann E Davis b. 7 Dec 1880, d. Mar 1941
Marriage*27 DEC 1909 He married Mary Ann E Davis, daughter of George Davis and Mary Ann Elizabeth Reed, on 27 DEC 1909 at Southampton, HampshireG.3 
Child
Last Edited16 Dec 2018

Citations

  1. [S69] England & Wales Marriages 1538-1940, marriage; Mary Ann E Davis & Henry Daish, Southampton, 1909.
  2. [S17] BMD indices, birth, Southampton, Hants., Jul-Sep 1881, vol 2c 1.
  3. [S69] England & Wales Marriages 1538-1940, marriage; Mary Ann Davis & Henry Charles A Daish, Southampton, Hants., Oct-Dec 1909, vol 2c 39.
  4. [S68] The England & Wales 1911 census.
  5. [S77] British Army records, WW1 Service records for 201635, Henry Daish. 30 Nov 1915.
  6. [S124] 1939 census.
  7. [S82] Probate, England & Wales, date & place; says 'last seen alive 15 November, dead body, 16 November 1963', probate to dau. Constance Irene Snellgrove.
  8. [S68] The England & Wales 1911 census, place, age 5 months.
@ Michael Jefferies, 2016