See also

Family of Simon COOMBE and Ann FEY

Husband: Simon COOMBE (1816-1870)
Wife: Ann FEY (1819-1899)
Children: William COOMBE (1846- )
Elizabeth COOMBE (1847-1852)
Emily COOMBE (1850- )
Jane COOMBE (1852- )
John COOMBE (1854-1945)
Marriage 1845 Sticklepath, Devon, England1

Husband: Simon COOMBE

Name: Simon COOMBE2
Sex: Male
Father: William COOMBE (c. 1783-1856)
Mother: Grace METTER (1789-1856)
Birth 1816 Okehampton, Devon, England
Occupation Mason
Death Q2 1870 (age 53-54) Okehampton, Devon, England

Wife: Ann FEY

Name: Ann FEY2
Sex: Female
Father: Robert FEY (1774-1830)
Mother: Mary UNKNOWN (1772-1850)
Birth 1819 Colebrooke, Devon, England
Occupation Dressmaker1
Death Q2 1899 (age 79-80) Bristol, Gloucestershire, England

Child 1: William COOMBE

Name: William COOMBE2
Sex: Male
Birth 1846 Okehampton, Devon, England
Occupation Mason

Child 2: Elizabeth COOMBE

Name: Elizabeth COOMBE2
Sex: Female
Birth 1847 Okehampton, Devon, England
Death 1852 (age 4-5)

Child 3: Emily COOMBE

Name: Emily COOMBE2
Sex: Female
Birth 1850

Child 4: Jane COOMBE

Name: Jane COOMBE2
Sex: Female
Birth 1852 Okehampton, Devon, England
Occupation Laundress

Child 5: John COOMBE

Name: John COOMBE2
Sex: Male
Spouse: Elizabeth Mary WOOD (1854-1931)
Birth Dec 1854 Okehampton, Devon, England
Occupation Royal Marine, Carpenter and Joiner
Emigration 20 Mar 1908 (age 52) from Liverpool, Lancashire, England to St John New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Canada
John and Elizabeth are accompanied by Elsie and Eva. They sailed on the Empress of Ireland, arriving on 25 March 1908. They gave their destination as Hamilton, Ontario.
Death 1945 (age 90-91) Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Note on Wife: Ann FEY

In 1871 Ann is living with daughter jane in Okehampton. In 1881 with her son. In 1891 she is with Jane again at 58 Croydon Street, Bristol

Sources

1John Slee, "John Slee's Slee/Booth Family Tree" (http://sleebooth.co.uk/index.php?ctype=gedcom).
2"Nick Heard". www.heardfamilyhistory.org.uk. 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