Walter James Iddison1,2

b. between July 1883 and September 1883, d. 5 June 1917

Citations

  1. [S25] 31 March 1901 Web, http://www.ancestry.co.uk/, unknown record info, 9 Bottlefield Huts, Dawdon, Seaham Harbour, Durham. RG13, Piece 4690, Folio 13, Page 18, Schedule 105.
  2. [S19] All Iddison, Quarterly Index of Births, Prestwich (1838 - 1906).
  3. [S22] FreeBMD database, online http://www.freebmd.org.uk, Walter James Iddison, birth registered at Prestwich between July and September 1883.. Sep 1883 Prestwich 8d 329.
  4. [S82] Online for UK (online image) "Henry T. M. Iddison, head of household, married, male, aged 35, stone mason, born in Bedale, Yorkshire.
    Rose A. M. Iddison, wife, married, female, aged 42, born in Ireland.
    Charles E. Iddison, son, male, aged 14, Commercial Clerk, born in Richmond, Yorkshire.
    Emily B. Iddison, daughter, female, aged 8, scholar, born in Newton Heath, Lancashire.
    Walter J. Iddison, son, male, aged 7, scholar, born in Newton Heath, Lancashire.
    Edith M. Iddison, daughter, female, aged 6, scholar, born in Newton Heath, Lancashire.
    James Cochrane, father-in-law, married, aged 73, Late Captain 40th Reg't, born in India.
    Mary Cochrane, mother-in-law, married, aged 76, lunatic, born in London (not known).
    Mary A. Ramsay, boarder, single, aged 67, living on her own means, born in Haslingdon, Lancashire."
  5. [S25] 31 March 1901 Web, http://www.ancestry.co.uk/, unknown record info.
  6. [S25] 31 March 1901 Web, http://www.ancestry.co.uk/, unknown record info, Henry T. M. Iddison, head, married, male, age 45, foreman mason, born in Bedale, Yorkshire.
    Rose A. M. Iddison, wife, female, age 52, born in Ireland.
    Emily B. Iddison, daughter, single, female, age 18, born in Manchester, Lancashire.
    Walter J. Iddison, son, single, male, age 17, masons apprentice, born in Manchester, Lancashire.
    Mary Cochrane, mother-in-law, widow, female, age 86, living on own means, born in St. Sepulchre, London. Unsound mind under lead chancl?
  7. [S84] 2 April 1911 Web, http://www.1911census.co.uk
  8. [S84] 2 April 1911 Web, http://www.1911census.co.uk, Septimus Watson, head, age 26, married for 6 years, 3 children born alive, 3 children still living, a ship plate rivetter, worker, born in Newcastle-on-Tyne, Northumberland.
    Emily Beatrice Watson, wife, age 28, married for 6 years, 3 children born alive, 3 children still living, born in Manchester, Lancashire.
    Charles Henry Watson, son, age 5, at school, born in Newcastle-on-Tyne, Northumberland.
    Rose Annie Watson, daughter, age 4, born in Newcastle-on-Tyne, Northumberland.
    Christopher Iddison Watson, son, age 2, born in Newcastle-on-Tyne, Northumberland.
    Walter James Iddison, boarder, age 27, single, a bricklayer working for a builder, born in Manchester, Lancashire.
    2 rooms in the dwelling.
  9. [S181] Unknown author, 'unknown short article title', "Dundee Evening Telegraph, 24 April 1914, Page 1, Column 4.
    HOUSEBREAKERS ARE SENTENCED - At Dundee Sheriffs Court
    Two audacious housebreakers were sentenced at Dundee Sheriff Court this afternoon.
    They will Walter James Iddison, bricklayer and Wm. Johnstone ,flower-seller, both of 96 Overgate, and they pleaded guilty to having broken into a house at 26, Dudhope Street and stolen a large number of articles including clothing, cutlery, and an alarm clock. While in the house they also broke into a gas meter and stole 8s.
    The wife of Johnstone was also charged, but she pleaded not guilty and the Fiscal withdrew the charge. As she left the dock she warmly shook hands with both men.
    The Procurator-Fiscal explained that the house into which the accused broke was that of Henry Iddison, mason father of one of the accused. The household was living in Alyth, and the house was locked up. The accused carried away a great deal - in fact, they nearly emptied the house. The stolen articles were pawned, and only a few had been recovered. Entrance was obtained by means of a false key.
    Iddison, who explained to Hon. Sheriff-Substitute J.M. Gray that he had been drinking, was sentenced to thirty days' imprisonment, and Johnstone, against whom there were two previous convictions were sent to prison for forty days.
    "
  10. [S26] All Iddison, War Deaths 1914 - 1921 (Army - Other Ranks), Walter J. Iddison killed in action in France & Flanders. He held rank of Pioneer in Corps of Royal Engineers (no. 128517).