NameWilliam Henry AXON , 1C3R
Birth29 Jun 1878, Hulme, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Baptism18 Aug 1878
OccupationCalico Warehouseman
FatherWilliam Henry AXON (1845-1890)
MotherMary BAGNALL (1843-1922)
Spouses
Birthabt 1877, Hulme, Manchester, Lancashire, England
FatherJohn WOOD (-<1907)
Marriage27 Jul 1907
ChildrenAnnie (~1909-)
 William Henry (1910-)
Notes for William Henry AXON
Parish records St John, Manchester
Born June 29, 1878 baptized August 18, 1878 William Henry Axon son of William Henry Axon and Mary Axon residence 2 West Stable Street, Salford, father is a foreman, ceremony performed by John Henn,

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.

In the 1901 census 4 Sutherland Place, Salford, Lancashire.
Head Mary Axon, widow, age 57, born Manchester, Lancashire.
Daughter Mary E. Axon, single, age 26, cotton weaver, worker, born Manchester.
Daughter Annie Axon, single, age 24 cotton weaver, worker, born Manchester.
Don William H. Axon, single, age 22, calico warehouseman, worker, born Manchester. Daughter Florence E. Axon, single, age 20, cotton weaver, worker, born Manchester.
Son Samuel Axon, age 17, plumber, worker, born Salford.

Parish Records St. George, Hulme, Manchester, Lancashire
Marriage July 27, 1907 William Henry Axon, age 28, bachelor, warehouseman, residence 13 Stafford Street, father William Henry Axon (deceased), profession townsman and Elizabeth Wood, age 30 spinster, residence 15 Clunda? Street, father John Wood (deceased) warehouseman after banns by George Arnold Ward, Curate St. Paul’s Hulme in the presence of Albert Wood and Mary Ellen Axon [sister].

In the 1911 census 9 Paxton Street, Hulme, Manchester, Lancashire.
Head William Henry Axon, age 32, warehouseman for Cotton Shipping Merchants, worker, born Salford, Lancashire.
Wife Elizabeth Axon, married 3 years, 2 children born alive both still living, born Hulme, Lancashire.
Daughter Annie Axon, age 2, born Hulme.
Son William Henry Axon, age 8 months, born Hulme.

British Army WWI Medal Rolls Index
William Henry Axon, Royal Army Medical Corps (TF), Regimental Number 354283, Private Enlisted May 25, 1915 discharged July 28, 1919
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