Frank Cordner

M, #93, b. 1 January 1882, d. 3 December 1917
1911 census transcription details for: 44 Hudleston St Cullercoats

National Archive Reference:

RG14PN30733 RG78PN1758 RD559 SD2 ED1 SN111


Reg. District: Tynemouth Sub District: Tynemouth
Parish: Tynemouth Enum. District: 1

Address: 44 Hudleston St Cullercoats
County: Northumberland


Name Relation Condition/
Yrs married Sex Age Birth
Year Occupation Where Born

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CORDNER, Frank Head Married M 29 1882 Joiner Jobbing Barrow in Furness

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CORDNER, Elenor Wife Married
3 years F 27 1884 Gateshead Durham

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CORDNER, John William Son M 2 1909 Gateshead Durham

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CORDNER, Frank Son M 0 (11 MONTHS) 1911 Gateshead Durham

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Father*John Cordner b. 1 Jan 1850, d. Sep 1914
Mother*Mary Elliott b. 10 Aug 1852, d. 1930
ChartsDescendant Chart of James Cordner(Box)
Descendant Chart of James Cordner (Indented)
Pedigree Chart John William Cordner [My father] (Box)
Pedigree Chart of John William Cordner [My father] (Indented)
Birth*1 January 1882Frank Cordner was born on 1 January 1882 at 39 Coulton Street, Barrow in Furness, Lancashire, England.1
Registration District of Barrow in Furness
1882 Birth in the Sub-District of Barrow in Furness in the County of Lancaster

No 447          First          Frank      Boy          John          Mary          House          John Cordner     Thirteenth     Roger
      January Cordner       Cordner           Agent           Father      February     Taylor
1882                               formerly                     39 Coulton      1882 Registrar
      39 Coulton                                   Elliott                     Street
           Street                                                        Barrow
           USD

Certified a true copy of Entry No 447 in the register book of Births 21
(Witness) Census 18915 April 1891He appeared in the household of John Cordner in the 1891 census at 22 Holker Street, Barrow in Furness, Lancashire, England.2 
(Witness) Census 190131 March 1901Frank Cordner appeared in the household of John Cordner in the 1901 census at 7 Pier Terrace, St Aidan, South Shields, Co Durham, England. Head is listed as George whereas it should be John. Unlikely to be anything other than a recording error.3 
Criminal*12 July 1901Frank Cordner was Charged and found guilty of "Deserting His Ship." on 12 July 1901 at Police Courts, South Shields, Co Durham, England.4 
Marriage*2 November 1907He married Eleanor Davison, daughter of William Davison and Sarah Elizabeth Armstrong, on 2 November 1907 at Christ Church, Gateshead, Co Durham, England; Christ Church Gateshead entry 237

Frank Cordner 25 Bachelor Joiner 15 Woodbine Terr John Cordner Joiner

Eleanor Davison 23 Spinster 49 Hyde Park St William Davison Butcher

both signed in presence of F R Davison J Hunter.5 
(Witness) Birth12 August 1908Frank Cordner witnessed the birth of John William Cordner on 12 August 1908 at 15 Woodbine Terrace, Gateshead, Co Durham, England; (sub-district & district Gateshead entry 67)
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12/8/1908 John William Boy father Frank Cordner mother Eleanor Cordner formerly Davison fathers occupation Joiner (Journeyman) informant father 22/8/1908.6
Registration District Gateshead
1908 Birth in the Sub=District of Gateshead in the County of Gateshead

No 67 Twelfth August 1908 John Boy Frank Eleanor Joiner Frank Twenty Thomas
15 Woodbine Terrace William Cordner Cordner (Journeyman) Cordner Second Lumsden
U.D. formerly Father August Registrar
Davison 15 Woodbine 1908
Terrace
Gateshead

Certified as a true copy of entry 67 in the register book 314
Census 1911*2 April 1911Frank Cordner, 29, appeared as Head of Household on the census of 2 April 1911 at 44 Hudlestone Street, Cullercoats, Tynemouth, Northumberland, England.7
Death*3 December 1917He died on 3 December 1917 at SS Dowlais torpedoed (WW1), at age 35.8 
Mem Inscr'*3 December 1917He was mem inscr' on 3 December 1917 at Tower Hill Memorial.9 
Note*3 December 1917He About the SS Dowlais on 3 December 1917.10 

Family

Eleanor Davison b. 21 Jun 1884, d. 1962
Children 1.John William Cordner+ b. 12 Aug 1908, d. 6 Nov 1972
 2.Frank Cordner+ b. 8 Apr 1910, d. 1993
 3.Margaret Alma Cordner+ b. 7 Mar 1912, d. Oct 1983

Citations

  1. [S202] Unknown volume, Barrow in Furness Births, unknown repository.
  2. [S490] 1891 Census Barrow in Furness, 1891 census transcription details for: 22, Holker Street, Barrow In Furness, Barrow

    National Archive Reference:
    RG number: RG12 Piece: 3485 Folio: 138 Page: 38

                   
    Reg. District:     Barrow in Furness     Sub District:     Barrow in Furness
    Parish:     Barrow in Furness     Enum. District:      17
    Ecclesiastical District:     St James     City/Municipal Borough:     Barrow

    Address:     22, Holker Street, Barrow In Furness, Barrow
    County:     Lancashire.

    1891 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription
    Holker Street, Barrow in Furness, Lancashire, England

    Household Members
    First name(s) Last name Relationship Marital status Gender Age Birth Occupation Birth place
    John Cordner Head Married Male 41 1850 House Agent Stanhope, Durham, England
    Mary Cordner Wife Married Female 38 1853 - Gateshead on Tyne, Durham, England
    Edith M Cordner Daughter Single Female 13 1878 Scholar Gateshead on Tyne, Durham, England
    Margaret A Cordner Daughter Single Female 10 1881 Scholar Barrow in Furness, Lancashire, England
    Frank Cordner Son - Male 9 1882 Scholar Barrow in Furness, Lancashire, England
    Margaret W Farquarson Servant Single Female 16 1875 General Servant Whitehaven, Cumberland, England

    Registration district Barrow in Furness
    Archive reference RG12 Piece number 3485 Folio 138 Page 38

    Record set 1891 England, Wales & Scotland Census

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  3. [S227] 1901 Census South Shields, 1901 Census
    South Shields St Aidan Bents Ward
    Schedule 48 7 Pier Terrace.
    1901 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription
    7, Pier Terrace, South Shields, Durham, England

    Household Members
    First name(s) Last name Relation Marital status Gender Age Birth Occupation Birth place
     
    George Cordner Head Married Male 51 1850 Journeyman Joiner Stanhope, Durham, England
    Mary Cordner Wife Married Female 48 1853 - Gateshead, Durham, England
    Edith M Cordner Daughter Single Female 23 1878 - Gateshead, Durham, England
    Margaret A Cordner Daughter Single Female 20 1881 School Teacher Barrow in Furness, Lancashire, England
    Frank Cordner Son Single Male 19 1882 Joiner (Apprentice) Barrow in Furness, Lancashire, England

    Municipal ward Bentss
    Registration district South Shields
    Archive reference RG13
    Piece number 4726 Folio 108 Page 8
    Record set 1901 England, Wales & Scotland Census

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    Great Britain, England
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  4. [S624] Shields Gazette, The Shields Daily Gazette and Shipping Telegraph Friday July 12 1901.
  5. [S274] B, M, D. Transcript, St. Mary, unknown period "Marriage in the Parish of Christ Church."
  6. [S114] Unknown compiler Indexes "unknown cd."
  7. [S430] 1911 Census Tynemouth, 1911 census transcription details for: 44 Hudleston St Cullercoats

    National Archive Reference:

    RG14PN30733 RG78PN1758 RD559 SD2 ED1 SN111.
  8. [S512] Unknown volume, Deaths at Sea BT 334: Series: BT334 - Registers and Indexes of Births, Marriages and Deaths of Passengers and Seamen at Sea
    Box: 0073
    Page: 8, unknown repository.


    Registration event: death

    Name: CORDNER, F
    Date of death: 3 December 1917
    Age: 35
    Place of death: At Sea
    Place of birth: Barrow-In-Furneas
    Belonging to service:
    Ship's name: Dowlais
    Series: BT334 - Registers and Indexes of Births, Marriages and Deaths of Passengers and Seamen at Sea
    Box: 0073
    Page: 8


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    Transcriptions © brightsolid online publishing ltd
  9. [S466] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  10. [S513] Unknown compiler, "Website www.wrecksite.eu", Ancestral File.

    SS Dowlais (+1917)
    details
    general
    nationality: british
    purpose: transport
    type: cargo ship
    propulsion: steam
    date built: 1904
    is nickname: no
    status: unknown
    details
    weight (tons): 3016 grt
    dimensions : 100.9 x 14 x 6.8 m
    material: steel
    engine: triple expansion engine
    power: 289 n.h.p.
    speed: 9.5 knots
    about the loss
    cause lost: torpedo
    date lost: 03/12/1917 [dd/mm/yyyy]
    casualties: † 26 rank: 565
    about people
    builder: Craggs, Robert & Sons Ltd., Middlesbrough
    owner: Thomas Morel R. E. & Co. Ltd., Cardiff
    captain:
    about the wreck
    depth (m.):
    orientation:
    protected:
    war grave:
    references
    references:
    [1] uboat website
    [2] Hocking C.
    updates
    entered by: Vleggeert Nico
    entered: 07/11/2009
    last update: Vleggeert Nico
    last update:
    Position
    Lettens Jan22/08/2010
    latitude: hydro member
    longitude: hydro member
    remarks: Calculated as '2 miles N [0°] from ALGERIA, Cap de Fer'.
    AIS: check AIS
    mark
    add position to my marks (+/-5miles)
    dist. homeport: 963.9 miles 162.8°
    History
    Vleggeert Nico07/11/2009The British steamship Dowlais SS was torpedoed by German submarine UB-48 on the 3rd December 1917 and sank off Cape de Fer, Algeria when on route from Greece for Bona and the Clyde carrying a cargo of copper ore.
    ref. used
    [1] teesbuiltships.co...
    [2] uboat website
    id: 117942
    Data taken from www.wrecksite.eu/wreck.aspx?137525 with thanks