Friday, 21 February 2014

Andrew Pickering Riddiough 1891-1918

1891 census return showing Andrew Riddiough aged under 1 month
Hannah is a widow, the boarder Joe Pickering is Andrew's father (from Ancestry)
Born:
Q2 1891 in Union Street, Barnsley (9c 203)

Son of:
Joe Pickering b.1865 in Barnsley. In 1891 an Iron Moulder at 19 Union Street, Barnsley and Hannah Riddiough (nee Shaw) b.1864 in Barnsley, whose first husband Walter Riddiough had died in December 1888. Walter and Hannah had 3 children together, all of whom had died by March 1891.

Joe and Hannah marry in Q2 1892 in Barnsley (9c 341).  Hannah d.1901 in Rotherham aged 37 years having seen another 3 children pre-decease her.

Position in family: Eldest child of five children
1. Andrew Pickering Riddiough b. 1891
WW1 KILLED
2. William H Pickering b.1892 d.1911
3. Arthur Pickering b.1894 d.1896
4. Joe Pickering b.1896 d.1896
5. Henrietta Pickering b.1897 d.1898

Home address, age and occupation:

1891: 19 Union Street, Barnsley aged under 1 month
1901: 43 Neville Street, Rotherham aged 10 years, a Scholar (using the name Pickering)
1911: 13 Livingstone Terrace, off Silver Street, Barnsley aged 20 years, a Horse Driver below ground (with his uncle William Pickering and using the name Riddiough)

Marriage: Andrew P Riddiough married Jane E Denton in Q4 1915 in Barnsley (9c 415).


Children:
1. Marjorie D Riddiough b.Q4 1916

Military Service:
Enlisted: *date* at the age of **years
Regiment and Battalion:    2nd/5th West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales Own)
Service number and rank:  205446 Private
Awards: Victory Medal and British War Medal

Death:     12 June 1918  aged 27 years
Buried at: St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen
Grave Reference: Q III G 3

Remembered:
*unknown*

Notes:

Jane E Riddiough, Andrew's widow, remarries in Q2 1920 in Barnsley to Matthew Round.  They have five children together.

Joe Pickering, Andrew's father, widowed when Hannah died in 1901, remarries? to Jane (nee Shaw formerly Edgley) in ?1907.  Jane was Hannah's sister. It had only become legal to marry your deceased wife's sister in 1907.  Jane's first husband Sampson Edgley had died in 1902 aged 36 years leaving her with 2 children.  Joe himself dies in 1915 aged 51 and is buried in the same grave as his younger son William in Barnsley Cemetery.

Neither of Andrew's parents are still alive when the news of his death reaches Barnsley.  His wife remarries within two years and his only child Marjorie is very young.  Is Andrew remembered on any of Barnsley's War Memorials?




 

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