Born at Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
Speldhurst, Tunbridge Wells.
George, 9, was living with his parents John & Mary Tilley and 3 siblings aged 1 to 12.
Mt Pleasant Cottages, Tonbridge. [Tonbridge or Tunbridge Wells?]
George, 18, Journeyman Cabinet Maker, born Speldhurst, with parents John, 61, retired Coachman, and wife Sarah, and 3 siblings: Henry 15, Edward 11, and Margaret 9.
Enlisted at Maidstone on the 4th of December 1854.
No other enlistment details are shown apart from his trade as a cabinet-maker.
Joined the regiment in the Crimea on the 9th of July 1855.
Discharged, on the "Reduction of the Regiment", from Cahir on the 16th of March 1857.
Served 2 years 101 days.
Conduct: "good". Not in possession of any Good Conduct badges.
Entitled to the Crimean medal with clasp for Sebastopol, and the Turkish medal.
Not recorded by Lummis and Wynn.
George Tilley married Elizabeth Dane, September Quarter 1857, Maidstone.
Holborough Road, Lees Road, Snodland.
George Tilley, 29, Cement Labourer, lodger, born Tunbridge Wells.
Elizabeth, 33, born Maidstone.
One child shown: Charles 3.
3, Victoria Cottages, Snodland, Kent.A "George Tilley" is shown, aged 49, a Cement Works Labourer, born at Tunbridge Wells, Kent, with his wife, Elizabeth, aged 53, born at Maidstone, and two granddaughters (twins) of the same surname, aged 6.
3 Holborough Road, Victoria Cottage, Snodland.
George Tilley, 59, General Labourer, Tunbridge Wells.
Elizabeth, 63, Maidstone.
Also a sister-in-law and 2 lodgers.
3 Victoria Cottage, Holborough Road, Snodland.
George Tilley, 69, Cement Labourer, born Tunbridge Wells.
Elizabeth, 74, Maidstone.
Leonard G., 6, grandson.
Elizabeth Tilley, 79, September Quarter 1906, Malling.
RM: Died West Malling March 1904.
Registration of marriage and death, and Census information for 1841, 1851, 1861, 1891 & 1901, kindly provided by Chris Poole.