Birthabt 1875
FatherThomas CATTERALL (~1834-<1893)
MotherAnn (~1844-)
Birth1871, Hulme, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Baptism10 Sep 1871
DeathDec 1952, Salford, Lancashire
OccupationWarehouseman, Customs Watcher, Customs Officer
FatherWilliam Henry AXON (1845-1890)
MotherMary BAGNALL (1843-1922)
Marriage30 Dec 1893
ChildrenMabel (1895-1897)
 Ellen (1898-)
 William Henry (1905-1980)
 Elsie (1919-1981)
Notes for Fanny CATTERALL
In the 1891 census 146 Hulton Street, Regent Road, Salford, Lancashire.
Head Thomas Catterall, age 57, Cotton Overlooker of Weavers, employed, born Croston, Lancashire.
Wife Ann Catterall, age 47, born Manchester, Lancashire.
Daughter Mercy Catterall, single, age 18 cotton weaver, employed born Salford.
Daughter Fanny Catterall, age 16, cotton weaver, employed, born Salford.
Son James Catterall, age 7, scholar, born Salford.
Step son Harry Morris, age 18, warehouse salesman, employed, born Salford.
Step Daughter Clara Morris, age 10, scholar, born Salford.

In the 1901 census 15 Turner Street, Regent Road, Salford, Lancashire.
Wife Fanny Axon, married, age 27, born Salford.
Daughter Nellie Axon, age 2, born Salford.
1 boarder.

In the October to December 1932 death index Fanny Axon, age 58, Salford, Lancashire, volume 8d, page 424.
Notes for Charles Edward (Spouse 1)
Parish records St. Philip, Salford
Baptism September 10, 1871 Charles Edward Axon, parents William Henry Axon and Mary Axon, ceremony performed by Thomas Snow. [Oddly no residence or father’s occupation are given.]

In the 1881 census 33 Crown Street, Hulme, Lancashire.
Head William H. Axon, age 35, carrier’s townsman, born Hulme, Lancashire.
Wife Mary Axon, age 37, born Hulme. Son Charles E. Axon, age 9, born Hulme.
Daughter Mary E. Axon, age 6, born Hulme.
Daughter Annie Axon, age 4, born Hulme.
Son William H. Axon, age 2, born Hulme.
Daughter Florence E. Axon, age 7 months, born Hulme.

In the 1891 census 4 Sutherland Place, Salford, Lancashire.
Head Mary Axon, widow, age 47, born Salford.
Son Charles C. Axon, single, age 19, warehouseman, employed, born Salford.
Daughter Mary E. Axon, single, age 16, calico weaver, employed, born Salford.
Daughter Annie Axon, age 14, calico weaver, employed, born Salford.
Son William H. Axon, age 12, scholar, born Salford.
Daughter Florence E. Axon, age 10, scholar, born Salford.
Son Samuel Axon, age 7, scholar, born Salford.

Parish records Stowell, Salford
Marriage December 30, 1893 Charles Edward Axon, age 22, bachelor, packer, residence 4 Sutherland Place, father William Henry Axon (deceased), profession townsman and Fanny Catterall, age 19, spinster, residence 4 Sutherland Place, father Thomas Catterall (deceased), over looker, after banns, by H. J. Meres? M.A., Rector in the presence of William Edward Jullian and Mercy Catterall.

In the 1911 census 17 Myrtle Street, Salford, Lancashire.
Head Charles Edward Axon, age 39, warehouseman, shippers, worker, born Salford, Lancashire.
Wife Fanny Axon, age 38, married 16 years, 5 children born alive, 3 still living, born Salford.
Daughter Ellen Axon, age 12, school, born Salford.
Daughter Florence Elizabeth Axon, age 8, school, born Salford.
Son William Henry Axon, age 6, school, born Salford.
The house has 4 rooms.

WWI Service Records
Territorial Force
Lancashire Fusiliers F Company 8th Battalion
Charles Edward Axon, regimental number 47
Attested April 1, 1908, Salford
St. Bartholemew Parish, Salford, Lancashire
Age 36 years 0 months
Trade Warehouseman, Messrs. Lumston and Zayton?, 17 Myrtle Street, Salford
Served in the R.A.M.C. [Royal Army Medical Corps] Volunteers, South Africa
His services
VBh F 3rd Regiment April 19, 1887 to November 12, 1894
RAMC Volunteers, Manchester Regiment or Depot March 23 1896 to November 1, 1903
VBh F 3rd Regiment May 30, 1905 to March 31, 1908
Lancashire Fusiliers 8th regiment April 1 1908 to March 31, 1916
His total time of service was 25 years 343 days
He was in Egypt from September 10, 1914 to June 5, 1915 [These don’t match the National Roll Below]
He was promoted from Private to Cook Sergeant on August 9, 1914
Wife Fanny Axon, 18 Ivy Street, Salford

England National Roll of of the Great War
Sergeant C. E. Axon, 1/8th Lancashire Fusiliers
Mobilised at the declaration of war, he embarked for Egypt in August 1915, and was engaged on duties of an important nature in Cairo and Alexandria until the close of hostilities, He did valuable work until his demobilision, which took place on his return to England in January 1919, and holds the 1914-15 Star, and the General Service and Victory medals. 18 Ivy Street. Salford

In the December 1952 death index Charles E. Axon, age 81, died Salford, Lancashire, volume 10f page 464.
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