Stanley Chadwick (1905-1988)
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He was recorded as a 5-year-old boarder at the home of warehouseman Albert Bell and his wife Joysee at 1 Jim Lane, Marsh, in the 1911 Census.
The 1939 Register recorded him as a "compositor stereotyper (letterpress printing)" residing at 5 Gramfield Road, Huddersfield, with his mother and retired card setting machine tester Benjamin Clayton.
He continued to live on Gramfield Road until his death on 11 June 1988 in a house fire.
- Theatre Royal: The Romance of the Huddersfield Stage (1941) by Stanley Chadwick
- The Factory King: The Life and Labours of Richard Oastler (1944) by Stanley Chadwick
- Claret and Gold: The Jubilee History of the Huddersfield Rugby Football League Club (1945) by Stanley Chadwick
- Through the Backbone of England: Woodhead Railway Tunnel Centenary (1945) by Stanley Chadwick
- Huddersfield and District Yearbook (1946)
- All Stations to Manchester! The Centenary of the Huddersfield and Manchester Railway and Standedge Tunnel (1949) by Stanley Chadwick
- Gateway to the South: The Centenary of the Huddersfield and Sheffield Junction Railway (1950) by Stanley Chadwick
- Hue and Cry: Three Yorkshire Murders (1951) by Stanley Chadwick
- Through 56 Years: The Complete Playing Records of Huddersfield Rugby League Club (1951) by Stanley Chadwick
- The Mighty Screen: The Rise of the Cinema in Huddersfield (1953) by Stanley Chadwick
- Loyal and Royal: Souvenir of the Victoria Tower, Castle Hill (1958) by Stanley Chadwick
- Welcome to Huddersfield! Visitors' Book Signatures: 1883-1973 (1973) by Stanley Chadwick
- A Bold and Faithful Journalist: Joshua Hobson 1810-1876 (1976) by Stanley Chadwick
- Railway Wonder: Development of a Town, Part One (1984) by Stanley Chadwick
- Stanley Chadwick Library, deposited at the University of Huddersfield's Heritage Quay
Notes and References
- His father's name is not given in the baptismal registry entry and Edith was recorded as being a single woman (and a spinster in later records). Edith was born in 1872 at Dodsworth, Barnsley, the daughter of Pamela Chadwick (likely illegitimate). The 1881 Census records her living with her grandmother, dress maker Hannah Chadwick, and her cousin Gertrude Aspinall Chadwick (who married Edgar Burhouse on 1 February 1900).
- Edith was recorded as a widow, but this is likely an error as she was named as a spinster when she acted as an executor of Benjamin's Will in 1940.
- He did not leave a Last Will & Testament. No claims were made on his estate and it eventually reverted to the Crown.