was taller than his twin brother Edward. He was a blacksmith in the
colliery and he lived with his second wife, Sarah and their daughter May,
who never married, at Brooklands Cottages, 69 Vicarage Road, one of a pair
of stone-built semi-detached houses. His niece Mary Ann Hanney lived
next door at 67.
The picture on the
left is Woodfield Street. Sarah, 'Ma', paid for her grandson Tom
Davies's apprenticeship to a pharmacist in 1936. He completed it the
day before war broke out in 1939.