2. William EATON was born 1 on 25 Dec 1872 in Berry Hill, Staffs. He was christened 2 on 19 Jan 1873 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. He died 3 on 10 Nov 1951 in No4 Bungalow, Grove Road, Fenton, Staffs from 1 (a) Coronary thrombosis (b) Chronic myocarditis. He was buried 4, 5 in Fenton Cemetery, Fenton, Staffs. William married 6 Florence Olive CLOWES on 10 Nov 1895 in Fenton, Staffs.
William worked 7 as Potter's Turner on 5 Apr 1891 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. He worked 8 as Potter in Nov 1895. He worked 9 as Potter's Turner on 31 Mar 1901 in Hanley, Staffs. He worked 10 as Potter's Insulator Turner on 2 Apr 1911 in Fenton, Staffs. He worked as Potter's Turner on 7 Jul 1912 in Fenton, Staffs. He resided 11 at 27 Queensmead Road on 29 Sep 1939 in Stoke-onTrent, Staffs. He worked 11 as Motor Garage Clerk on 29 Sep 1939 in Stoke-onTrent, Staffs. He worked 12 as Potters turner (Ret'd) in 1951 in Fenton, Staffs. He was counted in a census 13 on 3 Apr 1881 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. He was counted in a census 7 on 5 Apr 1891 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. He was counted in a census 9 on 31 Mar 1901 in Hanley, Staffs. He was counted in a census 10 on 2 Apr 1911 in Fenton, Staffs. He resided 8 at 24 Simpson Street on 10 Nov 1895 in Hanley, Staffs. [Parents]
BIOGRAPHY: EVENING SENTINEL March 1951 FUNERAL OF MR W EATON Representatives of football organisations with which he was connected during his lifetime were amongst the mourners at the funeral yesterday of Mr W Eaton of No.4 Bungalow, Grove Road, Fenton. The service at the Baptist Chapel Victoria Road Fenton was conducted by Mr J Foster on behalf of the Fenton Old Age Pensioners Association of which Mr Eaton was a member. Interment at Fenton Cemetery was conducted by the Rev John Brittain (Minister) Mrs H Smith Organist. Family mourners were Mr C Eaton; Mr S Eaton; Mr J Eaton (sons) Mr & Mrs T Dean (son-in-law and daughter) Mr A Eaton; Mr T Dean (grandsons) Mrs F Eaton; Mrs C Eaton; Mrs S Eaton (daughters-in-law) Mr A Reeves; Mr J Reeves; Mr D Clowes and Mr T Bagnall (nephews) Mrs Clowes and Mrs Bloor (sisters-in-law) Mr Griffiths (cousin) Football representatives who attended included Mr Frank Leigh and Mr J T Stevenson (Staffordshire Football Association) Mr R Keay (Sentinel Cup Competition and North Staffordshire Alliance) Mr J Baggaley (Fenton Nursing Cup Competition) and Mr L Hickman (Longton & District League). Mr & Mrs S Harp and Mrs Coxen represented the Old Age Pensioners Association. General Mourners
Other mourners included Mr & Mrs S Cook; Mrs B Davies; Mr & Mrs F Reeves; Mr F Jenkins; Mr E R Hobson; Mr W J Chorlton; Mrs Ida Clowes; Mr L Sherriff; Mrs S Sherriff; Mrs Percy Smith; Mrs E Thornley; Mrs E Lawton (also representing Mrs Blakeman); Mr F Bentley; Mrs A M Lawton; Mr J Lamb; Mr & Mrs J Hawksworth; Mr F C Coggan; Mrs L J Clinton; Mrs R Dean; Mrs E Dean; Mrs E M Hughes; Mrs M Kelsall (also representing Mr D Harding); Mrs J Foster; Miss H Tabbinor; Mr H Street