Researching Arthur O'Neill lived with a Margaret Garside in ASHTON 7 children DIED 1933 AGED 44, Military funeral not sure if this is the same man possible number 239 Age in 1911: 22 from army census Estimated birth year: abt 1889
1901 census Name: Arthur Oniel Age: 13 Estimated birth year: abt 1888 Relation to Head: Son Gender: Male Father: Joseph Oniel Mother: Annie Oniel Birth Place: Salford, Lancashire, England Civil Parish: Salford Search Photos: Search for 'Salford' in the UK City, Town and Village Photos collection Ecclesiastical parish: Salford St Phillip County/Island: Lancashire Country: England Street address: Bull Head Yard
View image Registration district: Salford Sub-registration district: Regent Road ED, institution, or vessel: 01 Neighbors: View others on page Piece: 3732 Folio: 10 Page Number: 12 Household schedule number: 78 Household Members: Name Age Joseph Oniel 36 Annie Oniel 34 Arthur Oniel 13 Agnes Oniel 10 Joseph H Oniel 7 Elizabeth Oniel 5 Mary E Oniel 3 Rose A Oniel 6/12
Name: Arthur O'neal Age: 2 Estimated birth year: abt 1889 Relation: Visitor Gender: Male Where born: Salford, Lancashire, England Civil Parish: Brightside Bierlow Ecclesiastical parish: Brightside County/Island: Yorkshire Country: England Street address:
Condition as to marriage:
View image Registration district: Sheffield ED, institution, or vessel: 58 Neighbors: View others on page Piece: 3835 Folio: 141 Page Number: 16 Household Members: Name Age William Part 25 Margaret Ann Part 23 Elizabeth Ann Part 6 Susana Part 4 Thomas Part 2 William Part 8/12 Annie O'neal 25 Arthur O'neal 2 Agnes O'neal 3/12
Brother of your 1911 man? Name: Joseph Henry O'Neill Birth Place: Salford, Lancs Death Date: 9 Aug 1915 Death Place: Gallipoli Enlistment Place: Manchester Rank: Private Regiment: Loyal North Lancashire Regiment Battalion: 6th Battalion Regimental Number: 11652
Nothing for Arthur on 1918 Salford absent voters. Nothing in local papers for Arthur or Joseph.
Still cannot prove that the Arthur O'neill is the same man who died in 1933.
Have you checked the local newspaper for the Ashton/Tameside areas?
Newspapers We hold full runs for most of the editions of the Reporter published from 1855 for the towns of Tameside and Gorton, including the Evening Reporter. The Reporter was a large newspaper publishing enterprise in Victorian times and the early 20th century.
Other locally published papers including short run titles such as the Ashton News, Denton and Haughton Green Examiner, etc.
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cheers SHRED AND BEN, I think we have the right man his funeral was recorded in the reporter feb 18 1933, and he was buried in Dunkenfield,
just found his brother Joseph's war gratuity on ancestry ,to brother Arthur, sisters May and Elizabeth, and married sister AGNES PURDIE, the children of ARTHUR carried is name there first child was Agnes o'neill HOWARTH, SEPT Q/1919 apologies I listed him living with Margaret Gartside, that was her maiden name it was Margaret howarth, her husband was also kia, ,
a little update, I have found a medal index card for pte 1039 arthur o'neil and his medal entitlement 1st battalion show dis 27/7/1915, this could be the link to Ashton Disabled Ex-Servicemen's Association ? I cannot find him on the SWB LIST, could anyone add to this, regards Tony
hi shred, I am down to the one man PTE 1039 Arthur O'Neil 1st battalion Manchester, I have gone through Ancestry and Forces war records but unable to link him to any of his family members, on the 1911 census I believe he is in india with the 1st bn, so for the moment, the wall stays up, thanks for your help and Bens, cheers Tony