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Ingle, Queenie (nee Barsby)  
1 July 1919 – 1993

Queenie Barsby was the daughter of Albert Barsby. Albert was born 21 January 1887 in Baildon. He married Annie Burnley in 1910. She lived with her parents at 30 Daleside Road in Shipley. Queenie's sister, Constance, was born 19 December 1923.

Report from Shipley Times 26 August 1942 as follows: -

Two sisters serving in the Forces are Miss Queenie Barsby (23), who has been serving in the N.A.A.F.I. for eighteen months, and Miss Constance A. Barsby (18). who has been serving as a switchboard operator in the A.T.S. Signal Corps for eleven months They are the daughters of M and Mrs Barsby, 30 Daleside Road, Windhill, Shipley. They were both formerly employed at Salts (Saltaire) Ltd., Saltaire Mills.

Queenie’s mother, Annie, died in 1948, and her father died in 1974. Queenie married Frank Waterhouse in 1949. They lived at 20 Shirley Street in Saltaire.
Queenie's second marriage was to Jack Ingle in 1972. She died in 1993.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
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