Frederick George Austin TWAMLEY was born 28 September 1918 in Liverpool, Merseyside, England. He married Irene Dorothy LONGWORTH 03 December 1955 in Chipping Norton District, Oxfordshire, England. He died October 2004 in Truro District, Cornwall, England. Irene Dorothy LONGWORTH, daughter of Alfred LONGWORTH and Sarah Ann KNIBBS , was born 05 September 1916 in Woodstock District, Oxfordshire, England. She died 25 February 2013 in Truro, Cornwall, England.


Marriage Notes for Frederick George Austin TWAMLEY\Irene Dorothy LONGWORTH:


Notes for Frederick George Austin TWAMLEY:

Fred had two sisters. He and his wife Irene retired to Cornwall in about 1982.

Fred's working career was with Morris Motors Ltd, Cowley, Oxfordshire, England which in those days was the major car manfucaturers in the UK. He finished his career there as the Chief Planning Manager and one of his responsibilities was to for oversee the building of the bridge over the main road linking one part of the premises to another. Sadly the site has now been raised to the ground, and the area is now a business park.

Fred was then transferred to Longbridge and they moved from Oxford to Knowle and then to Cornwall.

In his younger days Fred did lots of bicycle speed racing and won lots of medals. He was also a Ballroom Dancer and he met Irene through his dancing a a time when he was taking his medals for Modern Ballroom and she Old Time.

Sources for Frederick George Austin TWAMLEY:

  1. Personal Contact with Diane Sharland , daughter of Elsie Maude Longworth,
  2. GRO England & Wales,

Notes for Irene Dorothy LONGWORTH:




The above photograph is of Irene's mother Sarah with her two daughters Elsie and Irene Longworth, and was taken probably c.1918 with Elsie aged about 13 and Irene less than 2. Click to enlarge.

It was through her dancing that she met her husband Fred. She got as high in dancing as she could as an amateur and had the medals to prove it.

Sources for Irene Dorothy LONGWORTH:

  1. Personal Contact with Diane Sharland , daughter of Elsie Maude Longworth,