Person    | Male  Born 28/12/1960  Died 1/5/1995

Francis Blakey

Categories: Transport

Countries: Scotland

Francis Blakey

Aged 34 when he died. Probably worked at London Bridge station for British Rail, or the Underground, or one of the railway companies.

Our colleague, Andrew Behan, states that Francis O'Rourke Blakey was born on 28 December 1960 in Paisley, Scotland, the son of John and Mary Blakey. He married Susan D. Wasley (b.1960), the marriage being registered in August 1987 in the Greenwich registration district and they had one daughter.

He died, aged 34 years, on 1 May 1995, his death being registered in the Gravesend registration district, Kent, and he was cremated on 12 May 1995 in the Greenwich district.

Probate records confirm that he died on 1 May 1995, that his address had been 17 Palmar Road, Bexleyheath, Kent, and that administration of his estate, that had nil effects, was granted on 6 July 1995.

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