Joseph Cowlishaw 1922–

Pte, Royal Marines

Derby Daily Telegraph 22 February 1945
Joseph COWLISHAW, 24 years old son of Mr and Mrs G. COWLISHAW, of Eden House, Whatstandwell, has died in Derbyshire Royal Infirmary from injuries which he received when he collided with a pedestrian, Mr E. STREET, of Crich Carr, when cycling in Coddington Lane, Whatstandwell, on Tuesday. Mr STREET was also injured, and he is detained in hospital with head injuries. He was stated today to be progressing favourably. Mr COWLISHAW, who was single, had been employed at Oakerthorpe Colliery since he was discharged from the Forces six months ago. He served in the Royal Marines for two and a half years.

phoyo Joseph Cowlishaw WW2

Joseph was the son of George COWLISHAW and Gertrude HOLMES who married in Q2 of 1909, registered at Belper. George was born in South Wingfield and Gertrude at Bullbridge.