Part 148g – Smith Robertson Genealogy – 1943 Death - Great-Grandfather Joseph James Goodey

13 December 2009

Afternoon,

Following up from Part 147g, great-grandfather Joseph James Goodey passed away on the 25th of November in 1943.

The Civil Register Index for Deaths registered in October, November, and December 1943, page 354 follows:


Sources: England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, General Register Office, London, England and Ancestry.co.uk

The information provided is:
Name – GOODY, Joseph J.
Age - 74
District. – Colchester
Vol. – 4 a
Page – 1016


And as I wrote previously links can also be found via FreeBMD and FindMyPast.com.

I was able to get a Certified Copy of an Entry of his death registration from the General Register Office in England.


Sources: England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes,
General Register Office
, London, England


My transcription –
CERTIFIED COPY OF AN ENTRY OF DEATH GIVEN AT THE GENERAL REGISTER OFFICE
Application Number COL 328518
REGISTRATION DISTRICT – Colchester
1943 DEATH in the Sub-District of Clacton in the County of Essex
No. – 219
When and where died – Twenty-fifth November 1943. Clacton and District Hospital, Great Clacton, U.D.
Name and surname – Joseph James Goodey.
Age – 74 Years
Sex – Male
Occupation – of 203 Burrs Road, Clacton-on-Sea, Great Clacton, U.D. A retired Commercial Accountant
Cause of death – I c Morbus Cardis. Certified by D.G. Bown, M.B.
Signature, description and residence of informant – C.C. Goodey, Son, 1 De Vere Road, Lexden, Colchester
When registered – Twenty-sixth November 1943.
Signature of registrar – JP Sarrill?, Deputy Registrar

I just discovered, via Google maps, (and the A-marker marks the approximate spot), the location of 203 Burrs Road, Clacton-on-Sea in the Count of Essex. This is the address that is provided on both great-grandfather Joseph James’ and great-grandmother Mary Alice (née Crossley)’s final address in 1943 and 1940, respectively. (See Part 145g.)



The following picture, provided graciously by Tony, is labeled “Grandfather Goodey’s bungalow, Clacton-on-Sea. C.1938. (Later bombed out).”



Could it be the same 203 Burrs Road? Note that the deaths occurred in 1940 and 1943, and the note attached to the photo states that the Cottage was bombed out in 1938.

Enjoy,

Jim

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