William Charles PRATLEY 1864 - 1896




  • Baptised: 07 Feb 1864, Leafield, Oxfordshire, England
  • Died: 08 Jun 1896
  • Buried: 10 Jun 1896, Fulbrook, Oxfordshire, England



GRO Birth Index

1Q 1864 PRATLEY William Chipping Norton  

Parish Register Baptisms

07/02/1864 Leafield, Oxfordshire, England William Charles PRATLEY Charles Ann Leafield Lab  

1871 UK Census

Leafield, Oxfordshire, England
Lower End (RG10/1455 075/05)
Charles PRATLEY Head Mar 48 Woodman Leafield  
Ann PRATLEY Wife Mar 44 Do Wife "  
Emily J. PRATLEY Dau Unm 18 Glove maker "  
Walter PRATLEY Son   15   "  
Lizzie PRATLEY Dau   13 Scholar "  
Henry PRATLEY Son   9 " "  
William C. PRATLEY Son   7 " "  

1881 UK Census

Leafield, Oxfordshire, England
Lower End (RG11/1518 070/04)
Charles PRATLEY Head Wid 58 Ag lab Leafield  
William Charles PRATLEY Son Unm 17 " "  
Walden PRATLEY Son Mar 25 " "  
Thirza PRATLEY DiL Mar 25 Glover "  
Charles William PRATLEY GSon   3 Scholar "  
Shad Walker PRATLEY GSon   1   "  

GRO Marriage Index

4Q 1887 PRATLEY William Witney   blank

Parish Register Marriages

31/10/1887Fulbrook, Oxfordshire, England
  William PRATLEY   23 b Lab Fulbrook Charles P. Innkeeper
  Phylis ASTON   19 sp   Fulbrook George A. Roadcontractor
 Witnesses: Walter Pratley, Minnie X Ralins

Newspaper Articles

Witney Express
17 Nov 1887 [p.5, col.d]


Oct. 31, at the parish church, Fulbrook, by the Rev. W. A. Cass, vicar, William Pratley te Phylis Aston, both of Fulbrook.

William Charles PRATLEY, Phylis ASTON

1891 UK Census

Brentford, Middlesex, England
1 Providence Place (RG12/1031 145/28)
William PRATLEY Head Mar 27 Labourer Employed Oxford, Leefield  
Phyllis PRATLEY Wife Mar 23     " Fulbrook  
Harry PRATLEY Son   1     Middx, Hayes  

GRO Death Index

2Q 1896 PRATLEY William Witney 32  

Parish Register Burials

10/06/1896 Fulbrook, Oxfordshire, England William PRATLEY Fulbrook 32

Newspaper Articles

Oxford Chronicle & Berks & Bucks Gazette
13 Jun 1896 [p.2, col.e]


Death from Epilepsy.- Mr. F. Westell, the coroner for the Western Division of Oxford, held an inquest at the Masons' Arms, Fulbrook, on Tuesday evening on the body of William Pratley, of Shipton Downs, whose death occurred the previous day. Dr. Cheatle proved that death was due to an epileptic fit, and the jury returned a verdict in accordance with the medical evidence.

William Charles PRATLEY