Minsterworth, Glou, UK

Francis Bertie SterreyAge: 69 years18931962

Name
Francis Bertie Sterrey
Given names
Francis Bertie
Surname
Sterrey

Frank Sterrey

Name
Frank Sterrey
Given names
Frank
Surname
Sterrey

Francis Bertie Sterry

Name
Francis Bertie Sterry
Given names
Francis Bertie
Surname
Sterry
Birth March 15, 1893 29 29
Source: 1901 census
Text:
Registration District Chepstow Birth in the Sub-district of Lydney in the County of Gloucester Fifteenth March, 1893, Lydney RSD Francis Bertie, Boy, father Henry Sterrey, mother Clara Ann Sterrey formerly Pritchard, father a Carpenter (Journeyman), informant H Sterrey, father, Lydney Registered Twenty-sixth April, 1893, Thomas Rees Steel, Registrar
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Birth certificiate states born 15 Mar 1893.
Christening April 19, 1893 (Age 35 days)
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Lydney Primitive Methodist 1893 Apr 19 (born 15 Mar 1893) Frances(sic) Bertie s. Henry & Clara Sterry, Lydney, Carpenter
Death of a paternal grandfatherRichard Sterry
July 1894 (Age 15 months)
Source: GRO
Text:
STERREY Richard, Chepstow, 11a, 5, 3, 1894, 68
Birth of a brotherOscar Henry Sterrey
April 8, 1895 (Age 2 years)
Source: 1901 census
Christening of a brotherOscar Henry Sterrey
June 30, 1895 (Age 2 years)
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Lydney Primitive Methodist 1895 Jun 30 (born 8 Apr 1895) Oscar s. Henry & Clara Ann Sterry, Lydney, Carpenter
Birth of a sisterEvelyn Ivy Sterrey
October 1897 (Age 4 years)
Source: GRO
Text:
STERRY Evelyn Ivy, Chepstow, 11a, 8, 4, 1897
Note: Also 1911 census
Christening of a sisterEvelyn Ivy Sterrey
December 4, 1897 (Age 4 years)
Text:
Lydney 1897 Nov 4 Evelyn Ivy Sterry d. Henry & Clara Ann Sterry, Albert Street Lydney, Carpenter
Birth of a sisterHilda May Sterrey
July 1899 (Age 6 years)
Source: GRO
Text:
STERREY Hilda Mary, Chepstow, 11a, 9, 3, 1899
Note: Also 1911 census
Death of a maternal grandmotherElizabeth Adelaide Cole
1903 (Age 9 years)

Christening of a sisterHilda May Sterrey
February 19, 1905 (Age 11 years)
Text:
Lydney 1905 Feb 19 Hilda May d. Henry & Clara Ann Sterry, Lydney, Carpenter
Marriage of a siblingArthur Ernest SterreyRose Emily HouldeyView this family
July 1908 (Age 15 years)
Source: GRO
Text:
STERREY Arthur Ernest, Chepstow, 11a, 39, 3, 1908
Note: Also Free BMD
Shared note: 1911 census
Occupation
Tinplate Worker Washhouse
1911 (Age 17 years)

Source: 1911 census
Marriage of a siblingWilliam Frank EssexFrances SterreyView this family
October 1913 (Age 20 years)
Source: GRO
Text:
STERREY Frances, Spouse: ESSEX, Chepstow, 11a, 33, 4, 1913
Death of a sisterFlorence Maud Sterrey
October 1913 (Age 20 years)

Source: GRO
Text:
STERRY Florence M, Chepstow, 11a, 12, 4, 1913, aged 23
Burial of a sisterFlorence Maud Sterrey
November 1, 1913 (Age 20 years)
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Lydney 1913 Nov 1 Florence Maud Sterry, Lydney, 23 (Primitive Methodist Minister)
Death of a paternal grandmotherEliza Jay
July 1916 (Age 23 years)

Source: GRO
Text:
STERREY Eliza, Chepstow, 11a, 14, 3, 1916, 82
Marriage of a siblingTom SalcombeEvelyn Ivy SterreyView this family
October 1919 (Age 26 years)
Source: GRO
Text:
STERREY Ivy E, SALCOMBE, Chepstow, 11a, 45, 4, 1919
MarriageLydia Ellen McLeanView this family
May 14, 1921 (Age 28 years)
Text:
STERREY Francis B, Spouse: MCLEAN, Islington, 1b, 280, 2, 1921 Highbury, Christ Church 1921 May 14 Francis Bertie Sterrey, 29, Bachelor, Railway Servant, 16 Leigh Rd N5, Father: Henry Sterrey, Carpenter & Lydia Ellen McLean, 23, Spinster, 64 Highbury Grove N5, Father: John Herbert McLean (dec), Steward. Banns. Both signed. Wit: Charles Gilbert Lewis, Marion Grace McLean.
Text:
Christ Church, Highbury in the Parish of Islington in the county of Middlesex 1921 May 14 Francis Bertie Sterrey, 29, Bachelor, Railway Servant, 16 Leigh Road, N.5, father Henry Sterrey, Carpenter & Lydia Ellen McLean, 23, Spinster, [no occupation], 64 Highbury Grove, N.5, father John Herbert McLean (dec:), Steward. Witnesses: Charles Gilbert Lewis, Marion Grace McLean, Albert Clarke. A J Morgan, Vicar
Shared note: 1939 UK Register
Birth of a son
#1
Alan Francis John Sterrey
July 1922 (Age 29 years)
Source: GRO
Text:
STERREY Alan F J, Islington, 1b, 552, 3, 1922, mother:McLean
Death of a fatherHenry Sterrey
April 1926 (Age 33 years)

Source: GRO
Text:
STERRY Henry, Chepstow, 11a, 13, 2, 1926, 62
Marriage of a siblingOscar Henry SterreyKathleen F. LottView this family
April 1939 (Age 46 years)
Source: GRO
Text:
STERREY Oscar H, Spouse: LOTT, N Cotswold, 6a, 1472, 2, 1939
Shared note: 1939 UK Register
Death of a motherClara Ann Pritchard
July 1943 (Age 50 years)
Source: GRO
Text:
STERREY Clara A, F of Dean, 6a, 293, 3, 1943, 80
Marriage of a childAlan Francis John SterreyFlorence Emily Irene MorganView this family
September 4, 1948 (Age 55 years)
Source: GRO
Text:
STERREY Alan F J, Spouse: MORGAN, F of Dean, 7b, 1059, 3, 1948
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Registration District: Forest of Dean Parish Church in the Parish of Lydney with Aylburton in the County of Gloucester 1948 Sep 4 Alan Francis John Sterrey, 26, Bachelor, Civil Engineer's Assistant, 23 Forest Road, father Francis Bertie Sterrey, Railway Fitter & Florence Emily Irene Morgan, 27, Spinster, [no occupation], 14 Victoria Road, father Richard John Morgan, Electrical Engineer Witnesses: Graham Reginald Deves[?], Elsie Edith Nelmes, L P Jones, Vicar
Shared note: No children.
Death of a brotherArthur Ernest Sterrey
September 24, 1951 (Age 58 years)
Text:
1951 STERREY Arthur Ernest of The Harbour Lydney Gloucestershire died 24 September 1951 at Lydney and District Hospital Lydney Administration Gloucester 30 October to Rose Emily Sterrey widow. Effects £1005 2s 8d GRO: STERREY Arthur E, F of Dean, 7b, 332, 3, 1951, aged 65
Note: Also MI.
Burial of a brotherArthur Ernest Sterrey
September 27, 1951 (Age 58 years)
Text:
In loving memory of ARTHUR ERNEST, beloved husband of ROSE E. STERREY, who died Sept 24 1951 aged 65 years.  Also Lydney burial 1951 Sep 27 STERRY Arthur Ernest, The Harbour Lydney, 65
Death October 1, 1962 (Age 69 years)
Source: GRO
Text:
STERREY Francis B, F of Dean, 7b, 424, 4, 1962, aged 69
Text:
Registration District: Forest of Dean 1st October 1962, Lydney and District Hospital Francis Bertie Sterrey, Male, 69 years, of 23 Forest Road, Lydney, Railway Engineering Fitter (Retired) 1 (a) Carcinomatosis (b) Carcinoma of Stomach. Certified by J C M Brambell MB Informant Alan F J Sterrey, Son, present at the death, "Malabar", Kimberley Drive, Lydney Frank Lloyd Wintle, Registrar for the Sub-district of West Dean in the County of Gloucester.
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father
mother
Marriage: October 1884Registration District, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, Wales
18 months
elder brother
Arthur Ernest Sterrey
Birth: March 26, 1886 22 22Lydney, Gloucestershire, England
Death: September 24, 1951Lydney and District Hospital Lydney, Gloucestershire, England
2 years
elder sister
21 months
elder sister
3 years
himself
Francis Bertie Sterrey
Birth: March 15, 1893 29 29Lydney, Gloucestershire, England
Death: October 1, 1962Lydney and District Hospital, Lydney, Gloucestershire, England
2 years
younger brother
3 years
younger sister
22 months
younger sister
Family with Lydia Ellen McLean - View this family
himself
Francis Bertie Sterrey
Birth: March 15, 1893 29 29Lydney, Gloucestershire, England
Death: October 1, 1962Lydney and District Hospital, Lydney, Gloucestershire, England
wife
Lydia Ellen McLean
Birth: December 27, 1897 26Highbury, Middlesex, London
Death: May 31, 1991Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
Marriage: May 14, 1921Christ Church, Highbury, London, England
15 months
son
Alan Francis John Sterrey
Birth: July 1922 29 24Registration District, Islington, London, England
Death: August 12, 2014Gloucester Royal Hospital, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England

Birth1901 census
BirthBirth Certificate
Text:
Registration District Chepstow Birth in the Sub-district of Lydney in the County of Gloucester Fifteenth March, 1893, Lydney RSD Francis Bertie, Boy, father Henry Sterrey, mother Clara Ann Sterrey formerly Pritchard, father a Carpenter (Journeyman), informant H Sterrey, father, Lydney Registered Twenty-sixth April, 1893, Thomas Rees Steel, Registrar
Birth1939 UK Register
Text:
Birth certificiate states born 15 Mar 1893.
ChristeningForest of Dean Family History
Text:
Lydney Primitive Methodist 1893 Apr 19 (born 15 Mar 1893) Frances(sic) Bertie s. Henry & Clara Sterry, Lydney, Carpenter
Occupation1911 census
MarriageParish Register
Text:
STERREY Francis B, Spouse: MCLEAN, Islington, 1b, 280, 2, 1921 Highbury, Christ Church 1921 May 14 Francis Bertie Sterrey, 29, Bachelor, Railway Servant, 16 Leigh Rd N5, Father: Henry Sterrey, Carpenter & Lydia Ellen McLean, 23, Spinster, 64 Highbury Grove N5, Father: John Herbert McLean (dec), Steward. Banns. Both signed. Wit: Charles Gilbert Lewis, Marion Grace McLean.
MarriageMarriage Certificate
Text:
Christ Church, Highbury in the Parish of Islington in the county of Middlesex 1921 May 14 Francis Bertie Sterrey, 29, Bachelor, Railway Servant, 16 Leigh Road, N.5, father Henry Sterrey, Carpenter & Lydia Ellen McLean, 23, Spinster, [no occupation], 64 Highbury Grove, N.5, father John Herbert McLean (dec:), Steward. Witnesses: Charles Gilbert Lewis, Marion Grace McLean, Albert Clarke. A J Morgan, Vicar
DeathGRO
Text:
STERREY Francis B, F of Dean, 7b, 424, 4, 1962, aged 69
DeathDeath Certificate
Text:
Registration District: Forest of Dean 1st October 1962, Lydney and District Hospital Francis Bertie Sterrey, Male, 69 years, of 23 Forest Road, Lydney, Railway Engineering Fitter (Retired) 1 (a) Carcinomatosis (b) Carcinoma of Stomach. Certified by J C M Brambell MB Informant Alan F J Sterrey, Son, present at the death, "Malabar", Kimberley Drive, Lydney Frank Lloyd Wintle, Registrar for the Sub-district of West Dean in the County of Gloucester.
Marriage
1939 UK Register Lydney R.D. Gloucestershire [5107f, 002] 23 Forest Rd Lydney Francis B Sterrey, 1892 Mar 15, M, Locomotive Fitter«tab» Lydia E Sterrey, 1898 Dec 27, M, Unpaid Domestic Duties
Shared note
Worked as Fitter at Lydney Junction Severn & Wye Railway (S&W) engine shed. The S&W went bust in 1893 and its lines were thereafter run by a joint arrangement of the Midland and Great Western Railways. However it continued to be known as the S&W. Railways in Britain were "grouped" in 1923 into the "Big Five" of Southern, Great Western, London Midland and Scottish etc but the S&W lines continued to be operated jointly by GWR and Midland until nationalisation in 1948. [Peter Essex] UK, Railway Employment Records, 1833-1956 [Ancestry] Name: Francis Bertie Sterrey Birth Date: 15 Mar 1893 Date of entering service: 30 Oct 1916 Wage rate on entering service 4/2 Station: Lydney Occupation: Fitter's Lab Company: Great Western Railway Description: No.14 1882-1920 Swindon Division Wage Rate on date 29.7.18: 7/7 Last tranfer date in book 5.4.20