Maisey, Harry Louis

Harry Louis 

Maisey

1883 - 1916
Aged32
Rank Lance Corporal
Service no.6748
Regiment Leicestershire Regiment 2nd Bn.
DiedMarch 8, 1916

About

About
Harry Louis
Maisey

Arthur Thomas Maisey married Annie Hughes in Cheltenham in 1867 Harry was born in Birmingham. School records give their son Harry’s date of birth as 30th June 1883

Harry went on to marry Sarah Ann Ellis in 1903 who went on to remarry Arthur Staves in 1919 Husband of Mrs. S. A. Staves (formerly Maisey), of 44, Hawkesbury Rd., Leicester.

 

1891 Census Baggrave St., Evington, Billesdon, Leics

Arthur Maisey  Head Married Male 44 1847 Clerk Gloucestershire,

Annie Maisey  Wife MarriedFemale 421849 Leicestershire,

Ernest Maisey SonMale181873Hatters Apprentice Gloucestershire,

Mabel Maisey Daughter Female61885- Gloucestershire,

Charles Maisey Son Male 13 1878 Errand Boy Gloucestershire,

Bertie Maisey SonMale 10  1881 Scholar Gloucestershire,

Harry Maisey SonMale7 1884 Scholar –

 

1901 Census 10, Brierley Street, Leicester,

Thomas Maisey Head Married Male 53 1848 Wool Dyer Cheltenham, Glos. Annie Maisey Wife Married Female 51 1850 – Barrow, Leicestershire,

Harry Maisey Son Single Male17 1884 Country Carrier Birmingham, Wks,

 

1911 census:  7 Brierley Street Leicester

MAISEY, Harry Head Married  M 28 1883 Leather Dresser Wks Birmingham

MAISEY, Sarah Ann Wife Married 7 years  F 30 1881  Blaby Leicestershire

MAISEY, Edith Daughter   F 6 1905  Leicestershire Leicester

MAISEY, Beatrice Daughter   F 5 1906  Leicestershire Leicester

MAISEY, Ivy May Daughter   F 1 1910  Leicestershire Leicester

 

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