In 1911 the Tillbrook family were living at 59 Lindley Road, Leyton,
Albert Tillbrook - age 36 - Preserve Provision Potter - born Helions
Annie Tillbrook - age 37 - born Sparbrook, Birmingham.
Albert Tillbrook - age 12 - at school - born Leyton, Essex.
Emily Tillbrook - age 11 - at school - born Leyton, Essex.
Leonard Tillbrook - age 4 - born Leyton, Essex.
Elsie Tillbrook - age 3 - born Leyton, Essex.
Joseph Groves - stepson - age 11 - at school - born Leyton, Essex.
Percy Groves - stepson - age 10 - at school - born Leyton, Essex.
He married Phyllis Maud Mutimer in the Spring of 1921 in the West Ham
registration district of London.
They had two daughters: Phyllis E. Tillbrook born 1927 and Muriel R.
Tillbrook born 1929.
Albert served as Leading Steward aboard
HMBY Minesweeper 2027, Royal Naval Patrol Service, based in Malta.
The HMBY series of ships were American built wooden minesweepers.
These were small vessels 136 feet in length with a crew of just
32. They were built of wood to avoid magnetic mines being drawn to
Albert died aged 44 on 25th
February 1944 from a heart-attack.
He is buried at the Malta (Capuccini) Naval Cemetery.
After the war his widow
was living in Felsted.