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Family of Phillip Munro BRIARD and Florence Bertha WOONTON

Husband: Phillip Munro BRIARD (c. 1876- )
Wife: Florence Bertha WOONTON (1875?- )
Children: Philip BRIARD (1902- )
George Arthur BRIARD (1911- )
Frederick Edward BRIARD (1912- )
Walter BRIARD (1915-1987)
Albert BRIARD (1915- )
Marriage 16 Jun 1901 St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands

Husband: Phillip Munro BRIARD

Name: Phillip Munro BRIARD1
Sex: Male
Father: Francis BRIARD (1838-bef1891)
Mother: Ann Maria MUNRO (1845- )
Birth c. 1876 Jersey, Channel Islands
Occupation Plasterer's apprentice, Seaman

Wife: Florence Bertha WOONTON

Name: Florence Bertha WOONTON1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1875 (est) St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands

Child 1: Philip BRIARD

Name: Philip BRIARD1
Sex: Male
Birth 29 Jan 1902 St Lawrence, Jesrsey, Channel Islands

Child 2: George Arthur BRIARD

Name: George Arthur BRIARD1
Sex: Male
Birth 21 Feb 1911 Southampton, Hampshire, England

Child 3: Frederick Edward BRIARD

Name: Frederick Edward BRIARD1
Sex: Male
Birth 9 Feb 1912 Southampton, Hampshire, England

Child 4: Walter BRIARD

Name: Walter BRIARD1
Sex: Male
Spouse: Gladys Lucy SMITH (1924-2001)
Birth 20 Mar 1915 Southampton, Hampshire, England
Death Jun 1987 (age 72) Portsmouth, Hampshire, England

Child 5: Albert BRIARD

Name: Albert BRIARD1
Sex: Male
Birth 20 Mar 1915 Southampton, Hampshire, England

Note on Husband: Phillip Munro BRIARD

In 1901, Philip is the Mate on the Angus, docked at Montrose. The master is Phillip le Seelleur. There seems to be a crew of five, including 16 year old George Le Seelleur who may be the master's son.

On 5 Oct 1915 when he joins up, Phillip is living at 69 Milton Road, Southampton, Hampshire. He joiined the Royal Engineers in 1915 No 122312, New WR/50105. Promoted to Corporal. He is discharged in 1919. For part of his service he is in charge of a barge.His family seem to have remained at Milton Road for the duration. IWT RE is probably Inland Water Transport?


1"Nick Heard". This GEDCOM is predominantly the work of Nick Heard, but it incorporates the collaborated work of many other family historians. You are welcome to use the information herein but please acknowledge the source. Every effort has been made to ensure the data is accurate, but any use you make of it is entirely at your own risk. (c) Nick Heard 2009