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Ivan Bertram Jesse MANNERS
of Blockley, Worcestershire
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Ivan Bertram Jesse MANNERS
1908 - 1953
of Blockley, Worcestershire
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Ivan Bertram Jesse MANNERS
1908 - 1953
of Blockley, Worcestershire
  m. Doris STOKES (1910 - 1953)
 
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20 Jun 1908
0
Birth 
Blockley, Worcestershire
Q1 1928
19
Marriage to wife Doris STOKES 
Evesham R.D., Worcestershire
5 Feb 1953
44
Death 
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
10 Aug 1953
45
Death of wife Doris STOKES 
 

Found drowned in the River Severn at the Mythe Bridge near Tewkesbury on 11 August 1953.

 
Mythe Bridge, Tewkesbury, , Gloucestershire, England
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Citations
1 - England & Wales, Civil Registration Marriage Index, 1916-2005

First name(s) Dorothy

Last name Stokes

Marriage quarter 1

Marriage year 1928

Registration month -

MarriageFinderâ„¢ Dorothy Stokes married one of these people Ivan B J Manners

Spouse's last name Manners

District Evesham

District number -

County Worcestershire

Country England

Volume 6C

Volume as transcribed 6C

Page number 260

Record set England & Wales Marriages 1837-2005

Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records

Subcategory Civil Marriage & Divorce

Collections from Great Britain, England

2 - The Tewkesbury Register and Agricultural Gazette
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Widow is found dead in Severn

An inquest will be held next Wednesday on a woman who was found dead in the River Severn at Tewkesbury early last Tuesday morning. She is Mrs. Doris Manners, widow of a Cheltenham butcher, Mr. I. B. J. Manners of 11, Fairfield-road.

The body, which was fully dressed, was seen floating downstream at 6.45 a.m. I t was discovered by Mr. Frederick Remmer, of Forthampton Post Office, as he was cycling over the Mythe Bridge. At the time he was on his way to Tewkesbury to catch a bus to Bishop's Cleeve, where he works.

Mr Remmer informed the police, P.C. Laver and Mr. B. Sweet recovered the body, which was taken to Tewkesbury mortuary.

Mrs. Manners had been reported missing from her home earlier in the morning. Her husband died after a long illness on Feburary 6. He had three businesses in the High-street and one in Whaddon-road.

Six children, all between the ages of 16 and 24, all are in the family business.

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