The Masters and Pellowe Family Tree

Walter KENYONAge: 79 years18961975

Name
Walter KENYON
Given names
Walter
Surname
KENYON
Birth January 10, 1896 46 42
Death of a maternal grandmotherAnn CARTER
September 7, 1899 (Age 3 years)
Shared note: from Apoplexy
Death of a brotherJohn B KENYON
January 9, 1906 (Age 9 years)
Shared note: Acute Bronchitis and Gangrene of the lungs,
Death of a fatherDavid KENYON
October 17, 1917 (Age 21 years)
Shared note: from Carcenoma of the stomach
Birth of a son
#1
John Secombe KENYON
March 8, 1920 (Age 24 years)
Death of a motherLucy RUDGE
April 20, 1928 (Age 32 years)
Death of a sisterBertha KENYON
October 7, 1961 (Age 65 years)
Shared note: from Carcenoma of the stomach and coronary artery disease,
Cremation of a sisterBertha KENYON
October 1961 (Age 65 years)
Death September 18, 1975 (Age 79 years)
Burial
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father
mother
Marriage: November 20, 1872Oldham Register Office
16 months
elder brother
John B KENYON
Birth: March 21, 1874 24 21Oldham, Lancashire
Death: January 9, 1906496 Ashton Road, Oldham, Lancashire
14 months
elder sister
2 years
elder sister
13 months
elder brother
22 months
elder brother
4 years
elder brother
Albert Edward KENYON
Birth: October 22, 1883 33 3024 Boston Street, Oldham, Lancashire
Death: September 4, 1887141 Ashton Road, Oldham, Lancashire
sister
elder sister
18 months
elder sister
Bertha KENYON
Birth: September 29, 1889 39 3654 Boston Street, Oldham, Lancashire
Death: October 7, 1961Oldham & District General Hospital
2 years
elder brother
4 years
himself
Walter KENYON
Birth: January 10, 1896 46 42113 Ashton Road, Oldham, Lancashire
Death: September 18, 1975Kent & Canterbury Hospital
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himself
Walter KENYON
Birth: January 10, 1896 46 42113 Ashton Road, Oldham, Lancashire
Death: September 18, 1975Kent & Canterbury Hospital
wife
Emily SECOMBE
Birth: August 21, 1893 31 2912 Silk Street, Middleton, Lancashire
Death: August 7, 1980Bensted House, Faversham, Kent
son
John Secombe KENYON
Birth: March 8, 1920 24 2639 Crofton Street, Oldham, Lancashire
Death: June 27, 1979Three Wents, Old Lenham Road, Wychling, Kent
son
Private

Death

due to Rupture of aneurysm of abdominal aorta and atheroma of aorta,

Shared note

<b>Walter Kenyon</b> fought in World War I. as a soldier with the Liver pool Regiment in the signal corps. He worked as a Tram Car conductor in 1920, living at 39 Crofton Street, O ldham, where his first son <b>John Secombe</b> was born. Shortly after this, in the early 1920's, he emigrated to Western Austra lia under the assisted passage scheme, leaving <b>Emily</b> and <b>John </b> in England. He worked on the construction of the railway from Pert h to Manjimup, until there were sufficient funds to enter into an agree ment with a mortgage to buy a farm under the Group Settlement Scheme. T he family then followed to the farm about six miles west of Manjimup an d started to run the 100 acre mainly dairy farm, selling the milk for b utter manufacture to the co-operative in Manjimup. The farm was part of G roup One (Location 7697) and also nominated to be the local Post Office , known as Mitcheldean Post Office. In 1929 <b>Dennis</b> was born in the maternity hospital at Jardee, som e miles south of Manjimup. As a consequence of the depression 1929 - 1933, the family had to sell t he farm and return to Britain. They booked passage on the Aberdeen and C ommonwealth Line ship 'Moreton Bay', sailing from Fremantle on 9th Apri l 1932 to Southampton and then by train to Lancashire. Where the family then lived is not clear, probably in Middleton with a r elative. Certainly they lived at 5 Joseph Street, Middleton, Lancashire , on 22nd August 1932. They then moved to a house on Chapel Street, Rho des, near Middleton, about 1935 and then about 1937 bought the house at 1 53 Walker Street, Rhodes, where they continued to live until after <b>W alter</b> retired about 1961. During the period 1835 to 1939 he worked a s a carpenter and joiner building houses for William? Redferne. During t he second world war he was employed by the Air Ministry in the Maintena nce Units near Heywood. Post war he returned to the building trade working on the new estate kn own as Alkrington, Middleton. In 1963 they bought the house at 4 Prospe ct Place, Eastling, Kent, where they lived until their deaths.