WW1 - Surnames starting with the letter B. 

Daniel Bailey

Ship/Rgn/Sqn No:02nd Bn
Name of Rgt or Ship:Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
How Died:Killed in Action
Country of burial:FranceGrave Photo:Yes
Cemetery or Memorial:Anneux British Cemetery
Town Memorial:Knutsford
Extra Information:
Born during the June quarter 1895 in the Altrincham R.D. - ref: 8a/163, the
son of Sarah Ann Bailey.

On the 1891 Census returns for Pepper Street, Mobberley, his mother was
listed as Single - aged: 18 - occ: Laundress - born Mobberley.  Head of
household - her widowed mother - Sarah Bailey, aged: 62.   Sarah Ann
married Enoch Simcock during the December quarter 1900 in the Bucklow R.D.
- ref: 8aq/315.

1901 Census - Pepper Street, Mobberley, Cheshire.   Grandson - aged: 5 -
born: Mobberley.   Head of household - Sarah Bailey - Widow - aged: 78 -
Living on own means - born: Rostherne, Cheshire.   Also - Enoch Simcock -
Son-in-Law - aged: 28 - occ: Carter for Grocer - born: Mobberley.  Sarah A
Simcock (Daniel's mother) - daughter - born: Mobberley.   Plus his younger

1911 Census - Pepper Street, Mobberley, Cheshire.   Son (Stepson) - aged:
15 - born: Mobberley.   Head of household - Enoch Simcock - Married - aged:
38 - occ: Roadman - born: Mobberley, Cheshire.  Also - Sarah Ann Simcock
(Daniel's mother) - Wife - aged: 37 - born: Mobberley.   Plus 1 younger
sister and 3 half siblings.

Formerly 76625 - Cheshire Rgt.

Commemorated on the Manchester Oddfellows (Altrincham Branch) Roll of

The Anneux Cemetery is at the side of the Bapaume to Cambrai road (N30). 
The BEF had captured six villages around Cambrai on the 30th September.

CWGC - Son of Sarah Ann Simcock of Pepper Street, Mobberley.

Commemorated in The Mobberley Parish Council's Booklet - "1914-2014,
Remembering the Men from Mobberley who went to War for their Country" - per
Alistair MacLeod.

Memorials found on:
St. Elizabeth's (Ashley)
Altrincham & District Roll of Honour
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