Service No: 2383894
Date of Death: 30/11/1945
Regiment/Service: Royal Corps of Signals Eighth Army Sigs.
Grave Reference Sec. N.9. Grave RN.61788. Screen wall. Panel 13.
Cemetery ABNEY PARK CEMETERY
Driver Salisbury’s commemoration on panel 13 of the Stoke Newington War Memorial
In 1939 Albert Salisbury lived at no. 93 Hindle House with his wife Elisabeth. He worked as a Motor Lorry Driver and was also registered as an ARP Warden #351 by Hackney Borough Council. They had 2 sons Derek J DOB 19.03.39 and David E DOB 06.39. Elisabeth a Domestic Housewife re-married 30.03.50 to John Myatt.
Son of Edmund and Maria Salisbury in 1911 Albert was the youngest of several brothers and sisters living at 13 Broke Road, Shoreditch – Maria, Florence, Edmund, George, Rosina, Lillian & William Salisbury.
In 1945 he was in the Royal Signal Corps 8th Army Signals employed as a Driver, his date of death is several months after the end of WWII.
He died in Litchfield Hospital Staffordshire registered Dec 1945.
Buried 6th December 1945 Abney Park Cemetery (grave not traceable) burial no. 171835 Section N09 Ref. 8S07
Commemorated on the Stoke Newington War Memorial Plate 13 in Abney Park Cemetery Stoke Newington N16.
War Memorial at Abney Park Cemetery Stoke Newington
- Abney Park burial surnames.
- 1911 Census
- 1939 Census