Person:Frank Morley (1)

m. 20 Jan 1878
  1. Frank Morley1880 - 1962
  2. Harry Morley1882 - 1923
m. 20 Jun 1907
  1. Mary Morley1917 - 1998
Facts and Events
Name[1] Frank Morley
Gender Male
Birth? 21 Oct 1880 St Nicholas, P, Skirbeck, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
Christening[2] 2 Jan 1881 St Nicholas, P, Skirbeck, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
Occupation? 1901 Boston, Lincolnshire, EnglandJourneyman (Butcher)
Occupation[5][10] Mar 1907 Boston, Lincolnshire, EnglandButcher
Marriage 20 Jun 1907 Boston, Lincolnshire, Englandto Susan Ann Crowson
Other Marriage
with Susan Ann Crowson
Other[6] From 1934 to 1937 Boston, Lincolnshire, EnglandCouncillor
Death? 8 Feb 1962 Boston, Lincolnshire, England
Burial[3] 12 Feb 1962 Boston, Lincolnshire, England
Other[4][9] Boston, Lincolnshire, EnglandFuneral

1881Dwelling:8 Military Row Census Place:Skirbeck, Lincoln, England Source:FHL Film 1341767 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3219 Folio 67 Page 30 MarrAgeSexBirthplace Frank MORLEY 5 mMSkirbeck, Lincoln, England Rel:Son

1891 MORLEYFrancisSonSM10ScholarLincolnshire, Boston

Census 19012002-09-03page 1386394 Frank ...20Lincs BostonHolland LincsBostonJourneyman

Frank Morley learnt his trade with E. M. Staines, the well known Wormgate Pork Butcher. In 1907 he had started up his own business at 11 Horncastle Road and continued to trade on his own account for 44 years, retiring from the business in 1951, when the shop was taken over by the London Central Meat Co. who remained well into the 1960's. A Directory and History Of The Butchers Of Boston And Skirbeck, by R. C. Smith (1992)

  1. Alan Morley. Alan Morley Family
    Letter of 2002-11-10.
  2. Brian Rust Research. Parish Research.
  3. Obituary.
  4. Martin J Morley. Family Information (7).
  5. Golden Wedding
  6. Golden Wedding
  7.   Alan Morley. Alan Morley Family Tree.
  8.   Martin J Morley.

    33 Wiltshire Road, Derby, DE21 6EY,, 01332 671959

  9. Forbes Road Congregational Church, followed by burial at Boston Cemetery
  10. started in the butchery business on his own account at 11 Horncastle Road in March 1907
    retirement at Christmas 1951