See also

Family of Mark FEY and Susan BURRIDGE

Husband: Mark FEY (1845-1930)
Wife: Susan BURRIDGE (1843- )
Children: Ernest FEY (1867-1945)
Edwin Matthew FEY (1870-1929)
Charles Luke FEY (1873-1922)
Rose Lucy "Susey" FEY (1877-1959)
Marriage 21 Dec 1867 Kensington, London, England

Husband: Mark FEY

Name: Mark FEY1
Sex: Male
Father: William Woodgates FEY (1808-1879)
Mother: Mary GILL (1812-1891)
Birth 1845 Crediton , Devon, England
Occupation Blacksmith
Death 1930 (age 84-85) Clyst Honiton, Devon, England

Wife: Susan BURRIDGE

Name: Susan BURRIDGE1
Sex: Female
Father: James BURRIDGE (c. 1809- )
Mother: Susan MELHUISH (c. 1801- )
Birth 1843 Crediton , Devon, England
Baptism 17 Jun 1843 (age 0) Crediton , Devon, England

Child 1: Ernest FEY

Name: Ernest FEY1
Sex: Male
Spouse: Rose LEE (1875- )
Birth 1867 Middlesex, England
Occupation General Porter
Death 1945 (age 77-78) Shoreham, Sussex, England

Child 2: Edwin Matthew FEY

Name: Edwin Matthew FEY1
Sex: Male
Spouse: Mary Elizabeth DICKER (1869-1939)
Birth 3 Sep 1870 Notting Hill, London, England
Occupation Carman
Death 18 Feb 1929 (age 58) London, England

Child 3: Charles Luke FEY

Name: Charles Luke FEY1
Sex: Male
Spouse: Kate PULHAM (1872- )
Birth 1873 Paddington, London, England
Occupation Hotel Porter
Death 1922 (age 48-49) Southwark, London, England

Child 4: Rose Lucy "Susey" FEY

Name: Rose Lucy "Susey" FEY1
Sex: Female
Spouse: Harry BODDY ( - )
Birth 1877 Surrey, England
Occupation Head Mistress
Death 1959 (age 81-82) Honiton Clyst, Devon, England

Note on Husband: Mark FEY

In 1871 Mark and family are at 16 Charlton Street, Marylebone. In 1881 they are at 23 Broughton Street, Battersea. In 1901 incorrectly recorded as Fry they are at McLease Mews, Kensington

Note on Wife: Susan BURRIDGE

Probably Mary's twin


1"Nick Heard". This GEDCOM is predominantly the work of Nick Heard, but it incorporates the collaborated work of many other family historians. You are welcome to use the information herein but please acknowledge the source. Every effort has been made to ensure the data is accurate, but any use you make of it is entirely at your own risk. (c) Nick Heard 2009