Philip Edward Tom Galton1
|Father*||Tom Galton b. 12 Jun 1875, d. 4 Feb 1948|
|Mother*||Elizabeth Ann Smith b. 2 Feb 1875, d. 8 Aug 1936|
|Charts||The Galtons of Poole|
The Davis' of Christchurch
The Gatrells from Christchurch
The Smiths of the Deepings
The Bettles of the Deepings
The Palmers of Deeping St James
The Woodwards of Lincolnshire
The Todds of Rutland & the Deepings
|Birth*||31 MAY 1914||Philip Edward Tom Galton was born on 31 MAY 1914 at Poole, Dorset, EnglandG.2,3|
|(Witness) Residence||10 JUN 1918||He lived with Elizabeth Ann Smith and Tom Galton at 142 High Street, Poole, Dorset, EnglandG, together with Emma Smith, Edith Elsie Galton and Hattie Galton.4|
|(Witness) Residence||1925||Philip Edward Tom Galton lived with Tom Galton and Elizabeth Ann Smith at EDHAPHIL, 32 Serpentine Road, Poole, Dorset, EnglandG, together with Hattie Galton and Edith Elsie Galton.5|
|Employment*||1930||Philip Edward Tom Galton was employed as Compositor after apprenticeship to a Bournemouth printing firm at Poole, DorsetG.5,6|
|(Witness) Residence||5 DEC 1930||He lived with Tom Galton and Elizabeth Ann Smith at Poole, DorsetG, together with Edith Elsie Galton.7|
|Note*||1935||Philip Edward Tom Galton was a member of the Poole Town Band, played brass instruments. in 1935 at Poole, Dorset, EnglandG.5|
|Marriage*||APR 1939||He married Eileen Theresa Best in APR 1939 at Swindon, Wiltshire, EnglandG.8|
|Residence||29 SEP 1939||Philip Edward Tom Galton and Eileen Theresa Best lived at 5 Avon Road, Devizes, Wiltshire, EnglandG.9|
|Milit-Beg*||1939||Philip Edward Tom Galton began military service in 1939, Military Police.5|
|Occupation*||1940||The occupation of Philip Edward Tom Galton was 'Typesetter; Wiltshire Gazette.10'|
|Residence*||1940||He and Eileen Theresa Best lived at 410 Ringwood Road, Parkstone, Dorset, EnglandG.11|
|Death*||15 FEB 1945||Philip Edward Tom Galton died on 15 FEB 1945 at GermanyG aged 30 killed in action.12|
|Milit-End*||15 FEB 1945||He ended military service on 15 FEB 1945.12|
|Burial*||1945||He was buried in 1945 at Reichswald Forest War Cemetary, Kleve, Nordrhein-Westfalen, GermanyG.13|
|Last Edited||18 May 2018|
- [S17] BMD indices, birth, Poole, Dorset, Jul-Sep 1914, vol 5a 436, mother Smith.
- [S17] BMD indices, birth, Poole, Dorset, Jul-Dep 1914, vol 5a 436.
- [S2] Book inscriptions, Bible of Ann Todd, Market Deeping, 1882; birth dates; at 12 noon, Whit Sunday.
- [S2] Book inscriptions, from a Visitors Declaration Form, B.M. 24, Ministry of Food by E Smith, to household of E Galton, 142 High Street, Poole. 10 Jun 1918 and other ration books of the time.
- [S2] Book inscriptions, from 'Notes on the Galton Tree by FWJ, 1985.
- [S124] 1939 census, Printer's Jobbing Compositor.
- [S1] Copies of B, M, & D Certificates, Marriage Certificate of Edith E Galton.
- [S69] England & Wales Marriages 1538-1940, marriage, Philip ET Galton & Eileen T Best; Swindon, Wilts., Apr-Jun 1939, vol 5a 130.
- [S124] 1939 census, wife hidden.
- [S66] Obit., from Wiltshire Gazette, 1945.
- [S66] Obit., in obituary from Wiltshire Gazette, 1945.
- [S50] Official communication, UK Army Roll of Honour. 5575814 Private Philip Galton, 15 Feb 1945, Hampshire Regiment.
- [S50] Official communication, Official notification of burial site.