Gordon was born
on Monday 7 March 1921
in 15, Edgbaston Road, Smethwick, Birmingham.
on Monday 3 September 1945
in St John's Church, Harborne, Birmingham.
The witnesses at the marriage were G.T.Chamberlain (Best Man), H.D.Thomas (Gordon's father) and A.B.Greenhough (Mary's mother).
had the following children from
in 1947 (date suppressed)
in Quinton, Birmingham.
in 1950 (date suppressed)
in a nursing home at 116 Harborne Road, Quinton, Birmingham at 3.30 p.m., weighing in at 9 lbs., and then returned to his parents home at 491 Hagley Road West, Quinton, Birmingham.
in 1958 (date suppressed)
in a nursing home at 66 South Road, Smethwick, Birmingham.
The places where he lived have been identified as:
||Source of Information
||15, Edgbaston Road, Smethwick, Birmingham.
||101, Knightlow Road, Harborne, Birmingham B17 8PX.
||491, Hagley Road West, Quinton, Birmingham B32.
||34, Oakham Road, Harborne, Birmingham B17 9DG.
||51, Chancellors Close, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 3UL.
Metallurgist and later Commercial Manager.
On the 1939 Census, he was an Analytical Chemist Non Ferrous Aluminium.
on Sunday 9 June 1985
in Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Edgbaston, Birmingham.
The cause of his death was Right Middle Cerebral Arterial Thrombosis.
Mary Lavender Thomas (his wife) was the informant of his death.
He was buried
on Monday 17 June 1985
in Lodge Hill Crematorium, Selly Oak, Birmingham.
After marrying in 1945, Gordon had to go back to the war in India.
He was a Navigator in the R.A.F. and reached the rank of Flight Lieutenant. The aeroplanes that he flew in were the Bristol Beaufighter and the de Havilland Mosquito.
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