See also

Family of Frederick FEY and Blanche WEBLEY

Husband: Frederick FEY (1876-1938)
Wife: Blanche WEBLEY (1873-1947)
Children: Reginald Eric F H FEY (1901-1975)
Frederick Howes FEY (1902-1966)
Ethel Ruby FEY (1903- )
Hector George FEY (1905-1989)
Mona Elizabeth FEY (1908-1982)
Marriage 1899 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England

Husband: Frederick FEY

Name: Frederick FEY1
Sex: Male
Father: Edwin FEY (1848-c. 1923)
Mother: Sarah HECTOR (1849-1932)
Birth Q3 1876 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England2
Occupation Musical Director, Conductor, Composer, Pianist.
Death 1938 (age 61-62) Bristol, Gloucestershire, England

Wife: Blanche WEBLEY

Name: Blanche WEBLEY1
Sex: Female
Father: George WEBLEY (1834- )
Mother: Emily HOWES (1835- )
Birth 1873 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Death 1947 (age 73-74) Bristol, Gloucestershire, England

Child 1: Reginald Eric F H FEY

Name: Reginald Eric F H FEY1
Sex: Male
Spouse 1: Phyllis HAMILTON (1906- )
Spouse 2: Hilda Marie FEY (1916-1951)
Birth 21 May 1901 Bath, Somerset, England
Death 12 Dec 1975 (age 74) Salcombe, Devon, England

Child 2: Frederick Howes FEY

Name: Frederick Howes FEY1
Sex: Male
Spouse: PRIVATE ( - )
Birth 1902 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Death Q4 1966 (age 63-64) Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales

Child 3: Ethel Ruby FEY

Name: Ethel Ruby FEY1
Sex: Female
Spouse: Wilson E. DENT ( - )
Birth 1903 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England

Child 4: Hector George FEY

Name: Hector George FEY1
Sex: Male
Spouse: PRIVATE ( - )
Birth 27 Feb 1905 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Death Apr 1989 (age 84) Bristol, Gloucestershire, England

Child 5: Mona Elizabeth FEY

Name: Mona Elizabeth FEY1
Sex: Female
Spouse: Roland INGLIS (1908-1998)
Birth 1908 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Death 1982 (age 73-74) Yatton, Somerset, England

Note on Husband: Frederick FEY

In Bath in 1901. Frederick was the musical director and conductor of the Palace Theatre Orchestra, Bristol. He could also be heard on the radio.

Sources

1"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
2"GRO". Clifton 6a 81. Cit. Date: Q3 1876.