Stevenson, Frederick Percy

Birth Name Stevenson, Frederick Percy 1
Also Known As Mick
Gender male
Age at Death 68 years, 2 months, 23 days

Events

Type Date Place Description Notes
Birth 11 October 1922 Ticknall, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom Birth of STEVENSON, Frederick Percy 1  
Death 3 January 1991 Edgbaston, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom Death of STEVENSON, Frederick Percy 2  
Cremation 9 January 1991 Bretby Crematorium Burial of STEVENSON, Frederick Percy 3  
Occupation     Bus Conductor  
Occupation     Farming  
Occupation     Senior Store Person  
Occupation     Store Person (Retired)  
Religion     Church of England  

Parents

Father Stevenson, Wilfred Arthur
Mother Cartlidge, Mary
Siblings
  1. Stevenson, Doris Maud
  2. Stevenson, Harry
  3. Stevenson, John
  4. Stevenson, Peter
  5. Stevenson, Arthur

Families

Married Wife Baddiley, Alice
  Marriage 11 November 1944 at Melbourne, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
Marriage of STEVENSON, Frederick Percy and BADDILEY, Alice 4 5
  Children
  1. Stevenson, Living
  2. Stevenson, Living
  3. Stevenson, Living
  4. Stevenson, Living
  5. Stevenson, Living
  6. Stevenson, Living
  7. Stevenson

Gallery

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Narrative

He was in the Home Guard and the youngest of 5

House Moves:

1. Born in Morris Street, Birtley, Co. Durham
2. Moved to "Overdale", corner of Main Street and Ramsleigh , Kings Newton as a young child. Detached house.
3. "Ramsleigh", Main Street, Kings Newton. A semi-detached house.
4. After marrying Mick Stevenson they moved to Plum Tree Cottage at Stanton by Bridge. This cottage had a midden, no electricity and no running water. Uncle Mick horse ploughed . He didn't rate the job. Toilet a long way down the garden.
5. Morley. Grandad Baddiley insisted they move back to Kings Newton, as Alice was pregnant with her first child, David . Wage increase for Mick as he was working for Co-op farm . Had to carry water down to the toilet.
6. "Ramsleigh", Main Street, Kings Newton.
7. Trent Avenue, Willington.
8. Ivy Cottage, Twyford.
9. Field Lane, Alvaston.
10. Willesley, near Ashby de la Zouche. Only stayed there f or two weeks, but had to give one month's notice.
11. Isley Walton.
12. Smithy Farm, Twyford. Granny Baddiley lived here with them after Auntie Peg died.
13. Church Farm, Findern
14. No. 9 Hawthorn Crescent, Findern.
15. Church Farm, Findern.
16. No. 38 Hawthorn Crescent, Findern. Granny lived in Findern with the family.
17. Twyford Road, Willington. Granny lived with them here . Granny then moved into Ivy Close, Willington on her own.
18. Cock-a-dore Bridge, Etwall.
19. Jacksons Lane, Etwall.
20. Burton Road, Branston.
21. Tatenhill Lane, Branston.
22. Cotswold Road, Branston.

Most of these moves were work related. Mick was a farm hand. Followed by working on the Blue Buses, Derby to Burton on Trent.

The furniture removers used were Riddell and Stamp. They enjoyed giving the family discount on each move, as they were such good customers.

He ended his working life on the Blue Buses on the Burton/Derby route, via Willington. The buses always smelt of Stardrops cleaner which they used frequently to clean the upholstery.

Source References

  1. Stevenson, Frederick Percy - 1922 - Birth Certificate
  2. Stevenson, Frederick Percy - 1991 - Death Certificate
  3. Stevenson, Frederick Percy - 1991 - Death Announcement
  4. Stevenson, Frederick Percy - Baddiley, Alice - 1944 - Marriage Certificate
  5. Stevenson, Frederick Percy - Baddiley, Alice - 1944 - Marriage Announcement

Pedigree

  1. Stevenson, Wilfred Arthur
    1. Cartlidge, Mary
      1. Stevenson, Doris Maud
      2. Stevenson, Harry
      3. Stevenson, John
      4. Stevenson, Peter
      5. Stevenson, Arthur
      6. Stevenson, Frederick Percy
        1. Baddiley, Alice
          1. Stevenson, Living
          2. Stevenson, Living
          3. Stevenson, Living
          4. Stevenson, Living
          5. Stevenson, Living
          6. Stevenson, Living
          7. Stevenson

Ancestors