Details of the Accident
|Place||Milton Crossing, Blisworth, Northamptonshire, England|
|Date||Friday 27th January 1922, 5.40 p.m.|
|Railway Company||London & North Western Railway|
|No. of Fatalities||1|
|Cause of Accident||Obstruction on track.|
|Description||The 10 a.m express from Galsgow to Londonm was passing the 4.35 p.m. train from Euston to Birmingham near Blisworth when an object struck both trains and caused damage to the front coach of each train. The object was found to be the foot-step from the tender of the train to Birmingham which had became detached, bounced on the track and then hit both trains.|
- The Times, 28th January 1922
- The Times, 2nd February 1922
- The Times, 30th January 1922
- The Times, 3rd February 1922
List of Fatalities
The 1 fatalities are listed in the table below together with brief notes of any other information found so far.
The last column shows the General Register Office (England and Wales), Statutory Register (Scotland), General Register Northern Ireland or Civil Registration for Ireland reference where this has been identified.
|Surname||First Names||Age||Occupation||Residence||Notes||GRO/SR/GRONI/GROIE Reference|
|QUAYE||Caleb Jonas||26||Professional musician||St. Georges Square, Regents Park, NW, LDN||Married with two children. British subject, native of British East Africa. Professional name Ernest Mope DESMOND||1922/Mar Towcester 3b 15|