George Greenaway

Census Address: 5 Milner's Row, Belton Street
Place of Birth: Hornsey, Middlesex
Date of Birth: 1896
Enlistment Address: -
Regiment: Tank Corps
Service Numbers: -
Place of Death: Stamford
Date Died: 1975
5 Milners Row, Belton Street

George was born in 1896 in Hornsey Middlesex. His parents were George and Julia Louise Greenaway. His father was a cheesemonger in 1897, a carman in 1901 and a caretaker at Tickencote Hall, Rutland in 1911. In 1901 George was living with his parents in Marylebone , London. His brother Charles was staying with his paternal grandfather in Crouch End, Hornsey. By 1911 they had come to Stamford probably when their parents took the position of caretakers at Tickencote Hall, Rutland on the edge of Stamford. The brothers were both living at 5 Milner’s Row, Belton Street as boarders. George was a labourer involved with dynamo making for electrical power. George did military service because he is listed in ‘Stamford and The Great War’ among those who enlisted in 1914 and served as a Driver in the Tank Corps. He also gained the 14/15 Star. He is listed on the Roll of Honour in Tickencote Church. More Information about his military service is yet to be located.

In 1917 George was living at 10 Burghley Lane, Stamford. This information appeared on his brother’s war service records – George was a ‘living full relative’ .

In 1928 he married Ethel M Dexter in Stamford. Their 2 sons were born in Oakham – Charles W G in 1928 and John S in 1930. George died in Stamford in 1975.