See also

Family of Robert Phillips WILLING and Alice Mahala CALLARD

Husband: Robert Phillips WILLING (1867- )
Wife: Alice Mahala CALLARD (1867-1942)
Children: Alfred Edgar WILLING (1886-1915)
Lawrence Charles WILLING (1889-1967)
William Stroud WILLING (1891-1950)
Robert Phillips WILLING (1893-1916)
Marriage Q2 1886 Stoke Damerel - Devonport, Devon, England

Husband: Robert Phillips WILLING

Name: Robert Phillips WILLING1
Sex: Male
Father: Charles Thomas WILLING (1833-1893)
Mother: Marianne STROUD (1836-1911)
Birth 17 May 1867 Loddiswell, Devon, England
Occupation Architect's Clerk, Architect's Assistant

Wife: Alice Mahala CALLARD

Name: Alice Mahala CALLARD1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1867 Torquay, Devon, England
Death 13 Feb 1942 (age 74-75)

Child 1: Alfred Edgar WILLING

Name: Alfred Edgar WILLING1
Sex: Male
Birth Q4 1886 Torquay, Devon, England
Death 30 Sep 1915 (age 28) France

Child 2: Lawrence Charles WILLING

Name: Lawrence Charles WILLING1
Sex: Male
Spouse: Elizabeth Beynon HUGHES ( -1939)
Birth 7 Feb 1889 Torquay, Devon, England
Occupation Travelling Salesman
Death Q4 1967 (age 78) Plymouth, Devon, England

Child 3: William Stroud WILLING

Name: William Stroud WILLING1
Sex: Male
Birth 1 Mar 1891 Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales
Death Feb 1950 (age 58)

Child 4: Robert Phillips WILLING

Name: Robert Phillips WILLING1
Sex: Male
Birth 13 May 1893 Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales
Death 1916 (age 22-23) Mametz Wood, France

Note on Husband: Robert Phillips WILLING

In 1881 Robert is boarding at Mr William Gay's private school in Dodbrooke, Kingsbridge. By 1915, 1916 Robert and Alice were living at 3 Glyndell Terrace, Dartmouth. According to Mark Willing, Robert was responsible for the conversion of Cyrfartha Castle, Merthyr. The family moved to Merthyr in 1920.


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