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Harry Royle
17 October 1871 - 24 July 1936
Publican  (retail)

1871 Oct 17, born Sarah Ann Street, Gorton, Manchester.  Son of railway guard/and grocer John Royle and his wife Alice (Tidswell).
1892 Nov 13, he married Helena Brown of 17 George Henry St., Salford. His address was 50 West Ashton St., Salford. He was a milk dealer.
The life and times of his family are better described on Helena's page (link).

He is known to have played cricket; and billiards at Reddish Conservative Club and as a kind of musician he performed at whistling concerts at the RCC :)

Billiards and Cricket
watch-chain medallions in 9ct gold c.1914

1914 - 1918 WWI

1936 July 24.  Harry died at his home "The Long Pull" beer shop, 21 Broadstone Road, Stockport where he had been the licensee since about 1911.

Headstone, Gorton_O-400

Grave no. O.400 at Gorton Cemetery, photographed in 2009.

Also in the grave are two of his wife's sisters, 
Elizabeth [Brown] Jackson born 1857 in Shildon;
and Minnie Brown born 1871 in Gorton.

Lat/Long : N 53
º 27' 19"   W 02º 09' 49"
British grid : SJ 89232 95403

In the name of simplicity, data sources in general are omitted.

© 2016 Geoffrey Royle G4FAS