William Thomas Leslie HattamAge: 7219201992

Name
William Thomas Leslie Hattam
Birth May 16, 1920 23 25
Source: GRO index
Text:
1920 Sep Warren Helston 5c 278
Death of a maternal grandfatherWilliam Warren
February 4, 1922 (Age 20 months) Age: 73
Burial of a maternal grandfatherWilliam Warren
February 1922 (Age 20 months)
Text:
In Loving Memory of William Warren Who died at Crows-An-Wra. February 4th 1922, Aged 73 years. "We cannot Lord thy purpose see But all is well that's done by thee." Also Grace Warren. Wife of the above Who died December 3rd 1931 Aged 83 Years. Until the day breaks, And the shadows flee away.
Death of a maternal grandmotherGrace Lavars
December 3, 1931 (Age 11) Age: 83

Burial of a maternal grandmotherGrace Lavars
December 1931 (Age 11)
Text:
In Loving Memory of William Warren Who died at Crows-An-Wra. February 4th 1922, Aged 73 years. "We cannot Lord thy purpose see But all is well that's done by thee." Also Grace Warren. Wife of the above Who died December 3rd 1931 Aged 83 Years. Until the day breaks, And the shadows flee away.
Death of a paternal grandfatherThomas Hattam
1938 (Age 17) Age: 72
Source: GRO index
Text:
1938 Sep 72 Kerrier 5c 157
Burial of a paternal grandfatherThomas Hattam
1938 (Age 17) Age: 72
Text:
WELL-KNOWN FARMER PENCOYS FUNERAL OF MR. T. HATTAM The funeral took place in Pencoys Churchyard, on Saturday, of Mr. Thomas Hattam, aged 72, who died at his resi- dence, Lancarrow Farm, Four Lanes, last Wednesday, after a very short illness. A native of St. Just-in-Penwith, Mr. Hattam farmed for many years in West Cornwall, where he was well known. About twenty years ago he re- moved to Lancarrow Farm. In addition to a widow, he leaves two sons, Mr. H. T. Hattam, who is in the Metropolitan Police and stationed at Catford, and Mr. W. Hattam, who resided with his father. The funeral service was conducted in Pencoys Church by the vicar (the Rev. S. J. Pethick). Mr. T. N. Andrew pre- sided at the organ. The mourners were Mrs. Hattam (widow), Messrs. H. T. and W. Hattam (sons), Mr. L. Hattam (grandson), Mesdames E. T. White (St. Just), J. O. and A. Lawry and J. White Sancreed (nieces), Mr H. Hattam, St. Just (brother), Messrs. C. H. E. and J. Hattam, Sancreed (nephews), Mesdames W. and H. T. Hattam (daughters-in- law), Messrs. A. Warren (St. Just), G. Warren (Truro), S. Warren (Baldhu) and H. Warren, Carharrack (brother- in-law), Mesdames L. Hattam (San- creed), Botheras (Sancreed), and A. Chappel, Penzance (cousins), Mrs. Williams, St. Just (niece), Mr. D. Warren, St. Buryan (nephew), Mrs,. Hicks, St. Day (cousin), Mr. and Mrs. R. Cargeeg, St. Buryan (brother- in-law and sister-in-law), Mr. and Mrs. W. Tregoning, Carnmenellis (nephew and niece), Mr. S. Simmons, Stithians (nephew), Mrs. A. Warren, Mrs. G. Warren (sisters-in-law), Miss. I. White, St. Just (niece), Mr. H. Williams, St. Just (nephew), Mrs. H. Warren (sister-in-law), Mr. and Mrs. N. Hocking, Praze (cousins), Messrs. E. Hosking, sen. and jun. (St. Just) and J. Rowe, Sancreed (cousins) and W. B. Carhart (employee). The bearers were Messrs. J. Caddy, R. Nicholas, W. Chittock, J. Martin, E. Thomas, sen. and jun. Others present were Messrs. B. W. Knuckey, Sithians (chairman of Corn- wall Farmers' Union), C. H. Phillips (representing Messrs. A. C. Phillips and Sons, Penhalvean), J. Eddy and F. Richards (Penzance), A. Magor (Cam- borne). N. H. Reed (Troon), J. Tregoning (Penyenton), P. D. Stephens (Penlerick), Mrs. Care (representing Mr. J. H. Care, Carthew), Mr. and Mrs. W. Osborne and Mr. W. Osborne, sen. (Four Lanes), Messrs. J. Thomas (Wheal Buller), G. Downing (also representing Mr. J. W. Downing, Stithians), J. Kendall (repre- senting Messrs. J. Kendall and Sons, Praze), R. Roberts (also representing Mr. J. Roberts, Four Lanes), T. Pryor and W. Hopkins (Menherion), C. Opie (Forest), E. Wallis (Stithians), E. Thomas, S. M. and S. J. Prisk, J. Jewell, C. and J. Thomas, F. Tresidder, sen. and jun., W. J. Williams, R Floyd, H. Waters, F. Matthews, W. Richards, W. Carter, H. A. Treloar, and W. Richards. - Floral tributes were sent from his sorrowing wife; Will, Lucy and Leslie; Henry Thomas and Maud, London; Penrose and Molly; Henry and Mary; May, Edward and Ivy; Belinda and Alfred; Minnie and family, Menerlue; Will, Ivy and baby Ronald; Mr. and Mrs. Grantham and family; Harry, Annie and Robert; Mr. and Mrs. Collins and family; Bill; Frances and John; Garfield, Freda and family; Mr. and Mrs. Jewell and Iris; Minnie, Charlie and Jack; Hilda, Herbert and Molly; Abner, Ethel and family; Gertie, John and children. - Floyd Brothers, Four Lanes, carried out the funeral arrangements.
Occupation
Lorry driver
1943 (Age 22)

Death of a motherLucy Warren
July 22, 1953 (Age 33) Age: 58
Burial of a motherLucy Warren
July 1953 (Age 33)
Text:
In Ever Loving Memory of Lucy Dearly beloved wife of William Hattam. Who died at Little Barcus Farm. Perranwell Stn. Truro. On July 22nd 1953. Aged 58 Years. Also of William Hattam her husband. Who died May 14th 1962. Aged 65 Years. God's greatest gift - Remembrance.
Death of a fatherWilliam Hattam
May 14, 1962 (Age 41) Age: 65
Source: GRO index
Text:
1962 Jun 65 Penzance 7a 88
Burial of a fatherWilliam Hattam
May 1962 (Age 41)
Text:
In Ever Loving Memory of Lucy Dearly beloved wife of William Hattam. Who died at Little Barcus Farm. Perranwell Stn. Truro. On July 22nd 1953. Aged 58 Years. Also of William Hattam her husband. Who died May 14th 1962. Aged 65 Years. God's greatest gift - Remembrance.
Occupation
Steel works clerk
1972 (Age 51)

Occupation
Farmed at Quenchwell near Carnon Downs.

Death December 1992 (Age 72)
Source: GRO index
Text:
1992 Dec 16 May 1920 Sheffield 3 1307
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Marriage: October 14, 1919United Methodist Church, Alexandra Road, Penzance, Cornwall, England
7 months
William Thomas Leslie Hattam
Birth: May 16, 1920 23 25Lancarrow Farm, Four Lanes, Redruth, Cornwall, England
Death: December 1992Sheffield, Yorkshire, England

BirthGRO index
Text:
1920 Sep Warren Helston 5c 278
DeathGRO index
Text:
1992 Dec 16 May 1920 Sheffield 3 1307
Shared note
Ran a farm at Quenchwell, near Carnon Downs, just off the main road between Truro and Falmouth. However Leslie suffered from bad hips, so in 1953 the family moved to Sheffield, Betty's home town.