Joseph Dennis KNIBBS, son of Richard KNIBBS and Emily Sarah KNOWLES , was born June 1902 in Birmingham District, Warwickshire, England. He married Florence PALMERFIELD 12 June 1923 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England. He died 26 August 1980 in Erdington, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England. Florence PALMERFIELD was born 06 December 1903 in Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England. She died 15 January 1975 in Birmingham District, Warwickshire, England.


Children of Joseph Dennis KNIBBS and Florence PALMERFIELD are:
1. Leonard Ernest KNIBBS, b. 27 June 1924 See Leonard Ernest KNIBBS & Mabel Mary SELLEY
2. Raymond Dennis KNIBBS, b. 05 May 1932 See Raymond Dennis KNIBBS & Marian J HARDY
3. Colin Richard KNIBBS, b. Private See Colin Richard KNIBBS & Brenda J SMITH OR Colin Richard KNIBBS & Marjorie ROWLEY OR Colin Richard KNIBBS & Julie STONIER
4. Baby KNIBBS, b. 27 June 1924

Marriage Notes for Joseph Dennis KNIBBS\Florence PALMERFIELD:

Florence and Joseph were married at the Registrar's Office in Birmingham

Other Marriages/Unions for Joseph Dennis KNIBBS:
See Joseph Dennis KNIBBS & Winifred MATTHEWS


Notes for Joseph Dennis KNIBBS:

Marian's book "Families are Always With Us", taken from the diaries of her husband Raymond, we can read that in around 1927, Joseph was working on a roof in Newtown Row, Aston, when the scaffolding collapsed and he was pitched down to the pavement. He suffered sever concussion from which it was feared he wouldn't live. Florence came across the accident whilst out shopping and was deeply shocked and affected by nerves as a result, for the rest of her life.
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From the Birmingham Daily Gazette - 27 February 1935:
HENRY COLLINS, aged 42, a jobbing builder, of 82, Aston Hall-road, Witton, Birmingham, was committed for trial at the Quarter Sessions, in Birmingham yesterday, on nine charges of obtaining money by false pretences and nine of obtaining credit by fraud. Collins pleaded " Not guilty " and reserved his defence. Bail was allowed. The total amount involved was £490, made up of:
£100 from Albert Edward Unsworth on .22 June, 1932;
£50 from Philip Gibbs on or about 14 May, 1932;
£5 from Sidney Moore oa 27 July, 1932;
£40 from Joseph Dennis Knibbs on 23 June 1933;
...............Joseph Dennis Knibbs, a bricklayer of 97 Round Road, Erdington, said thathe parted wioth £40 in the belief that Collins had a successful business, He received on £5 back.

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We see Joseph, Florence, and Leonard living at 97 Round Road, Birmingham, Warickshire at the time of the 1939 Register.

Sources for Joseph Dennis KNIBBS:

  1. Personal Contact with George Edward Knibbs,
  2. GRO England & Wales,
  3. Diaries of Raymond Dennis Knibbs,
  4. 1939 Register,

Notes for Florence PALMERFIELD:

Sources for Florence PALMERFIELD:

  1. Personal Contact with George Edward Knibbs,
  2. GRO England & Wales,

Notes for Baby KNIBBS: