See also

Family of Robert Hector CORNISH and Margaret Elizabeth HELMORE

Husband: Robert Hector CORNISH (1900- )
Wife: Margaret Elizabeth HELMORE (1900- )
Children: PRIVATE ( - )
PRIVATE ( - )
Marriage Q1 1926 Crediton , Devon, England

Husband: Robert Hector CORNISH

Name: Robert Hector CORNISH1
Sex: Male
Father: Henry CORNISH (1858-1934)
Mother: Amelia HECTOR (1859-1946)
Birth 26 Dec 1900 Crediton , Devon, England
Census 2 Apr 1911 (age 10) Crediton , Devon, England2
42 High Street, Crediton

Wife: Margaret Elizabeth HELMORE

Name: Margaret Elizabeth HELMORE1
Sex: Female
Father: Frederick John HELMORE (1862- )
Mother: Annie BIDEN (1862- )
Birth Q1 1900 Crediton , Devon, England

Child 1: PRIVATE

Name: PRIVATE
Sex: Male
Name Suffix: MA DPhil (Oxon)
Spouse: PRIVATE ( - )

Child 2: PRIVATE

Name: PRIVATE
Sex: Female
Spouse: PRIVATE ( - )

Note on Husband: Robert Hector CORNISH

In 1951 Robert H, Margaret E and Frederick H.J were living at 3 Grove Terrace, Cresiton next door to Julia M Cornish.

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"Census 1911 Crediton , Devon, England RG14/13193 RG78/764 RD281 SD3 ED6 SN151 (Henry Cornish)".
Text From Source: Name Related Cond Age Occupation Birth Place
Henry Cornish Head Mar 52 Photographer 3 Barley Place Cowick Street St Thomas Exeter, Devon, England
Amelia Cornish Wife Mar 52 Crediton , Devon, England
Henry John Cornish Son Unm 26 Ironmonger Assistant Crediton , Devon, England
Louisa Annie Cornish Dau Unm 24 School Teacher Crediton , Devon, England
Florence Philippa Cornish Dau Unm 22 School Teacher Crediton , Devon, England
Robert Hector Cornish Son Unm 10 Scholar Crediton , Devon, England
RG14/13193 RG78/764 RD281 SD3 ED6 SN151. Cit. Date: 2 April 1911. Assessment: Secondary evidence.