Family of Thomas HUMPHRIES and Bessie TOZER

Husband: Thomas HUMPHRIES (1857- )
Wife: Bessie TOZER (1860- )
Children: Edward HUMPHRIES (1884- )
Frederick Albert HUMPHRIES (1886- )
John HUMPHRIES (1888- )
Bessie HUMPHRIES (1890-1976)
Lillie HUMPHRIES (1894- )
Nellie HUMPHRIES (1896- )
Annie HUMPHRIES (1900- )
Marriage Q1 1883 Stoke Damerel - Devonport, Devon, England

Husband: Thomas HUMPHRIES

Name: Thomas HUMPHRIES1
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1857 Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
Occupation Bombardier, Royal Artillery, Joiner, Timber Porter
Census 1881 (age 24) Hubberston, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Fort Hubberston, Milford, Haverfordwest, Wales
Census 1901 (age 43-44) Truro, Cornwall, England
31 Fairmantle Street, Kenwyn, Truro

Wife: Bessie TOZER

Name: Bessie TOZER1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1860 Exeter, Devon, England

Child 1: Edward HUMPHRIES

Name: Edward HUMPHRIES1
Sex: Male
Birth 1884 Plymouth, Devon, England

Child 2: Frederick Albert HUMPHRIES

Name: Frederick Albert HUMPHRIES1
Sex: Male
Birth 1886 Truro, Cornwall, England
Occupation Boots and Porter at Grammar School

Child 3: John HUMPHRIES

Sex: Male
Birth 1888 Truro, Cornwall, England

Child 4: Bessie HUMPHRIES

Name: Bessie HUMPHRIES1
Sex: Female
Spouse: Edwin John COLE (c. 1878-1956)
Birth 8 Feb 1890 Truro, Cornwall, England
Death 6 Apr 1976 (age 86) Exeter, Devon, England
Probate 9 Sep 1976 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Pinhoe House, Blackhorse Lane, Pinhoe, Exeter
Effects £4,465

Child 5: Lillie HUMPHRIES

Name: Lillie HUMPHRIES1
Sex: Female
Birth 1894 Truro, Cornwall, England

Child 6: Nellie HUMPHRIES

Name: Nellie HUMPHRIES1
Sex: Female
Birth 1896 Truro, Cornwall, England

Child 7: Annie HUMPHRIES

Name: Annie HUMPHRIES1
Sex: Female
Birth 1900 Truro, Cornwall, England


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