Clara Croskery (née Nicol)

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Clara Croskery (née Nicol)
(c.1849–1922)
Birth:
Death: , Cheshire, England
Parents: Andrew M. Nicol
Siblings: Clara Croskery (née Nicol)
    c.1849–1922
Partners: Samuel Maxwell West Croskery
    1847 – 1933
Children: No children


Born about 1850.[1]

Clara was the second wife of Samuel Croskery. Although she was already called Croskery, in 1901 she was living with her father Andrew M. Nichol (merchant, born in Scotland) in 12 Caroline Place, Birkenhead and her occupation was given as Employer, Nurses Institute (at home). There were three nurses in the household.[2]

In 1911 she lived in New Ferry, Cheshire with her step daughter Jeanie. Also in the household were Emma L. Bromfield (aged 62) and Frances M. Bromfield (aged 56).

Died of an epithelioma[1] on 17 September 1922[3][1] in Wirral, Cheshire.[4] She had been living at 9 Easton Road, New Ferry.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Death certificate of Clara Croskery
  2. Source Citation Class: RG13; Piece: 3399; Folio: 130; Page: 45 Source Information Ancestry.com. 1901 England Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005. Original data: Census Returns of England and Wales, 1901. Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives, 1901. File:Caroline Place, Birkenhead, 1901 census CHSRG13_3399_3401-0264.jpg
  3. National Probate records, 1922: "Croskery Clara of 9 Easton Road, New Ferry, Cheshire (wife of Samuel Maxwell West Croskery) died 17 October 1922. Probate London 21 December to the said Samuel M. W. Croskery, retired Master Mariner, and Richard James Hancox, bank inspector. Effects £409.1s.4d.
  4. FreeBMD