A note in Filey Genealogy & Connections tells us that James Edward TYSON “joined the Navy in WW1. He was at Jutland. He was a joker.”
James was a Stoker 1st Class on HMS Inflexible.
He was also the son of William TYSON (AP 625 · marriage · 14 April) and Emily ABBOTT (AP 626 · marriage · 14 April). The parents are on the Shared Tree but not James Edward or his wife Mary Elizabeth MARSHALL. Their daughter Nancy is remembered on this stone in St Oswald’s churchyard.
Row 14 | 1977 Tyson F151
In sweet memory of NANCY, beloved daughter of JAMES and MARY and grandchild of EMILY TYSON, who fell asleep April 2nd 1934, in her 13th year.
‘Love never faileth’
‘A memory ever precious to her Uncle Duke’
Also of the above DUKE CARTER, died Nov 17th 1936, aged 64 years
‘Someday we’ll understand’
And her grandfather WILLIAM TYSON, died Nov 21st 1937, aged 73 years.
‘His end was peace’
Also of EMILY his wife, died June 12th 1942, aged 75.
‘Always thoughtful, always kind
A beautiful memory left behind’
| | PATH Row 23 | 1465 Jenkinson D259 Grey Granite
In treasured memories of a dearly loved husband and dad, JOHN ROBERT JENKINSON.
Called home 26th May 1958, aged 58.
‘Loved in life and living yet
In the hearts of those who never forget’
Also, RHODA, his beloved wife, a dear mum and gran, died 6th Dec 1991, aged 91.
Walter BUDD is the father of Rose (AP 252 · burial · 11 February) and seven other children who may (or may not) be scattered about the Shared Tree. And, after leaving the service, the licensee of The Star in Mitford Street.