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THIS PAGE HAS BEEN DESIGNED FOR
WINSOME COMPSON TO HELP WITH HER RESEARCH.

IF YOU RECOGNISE THESE PEOPLE PLEASE CONTACT ME.

MY DATA ASSOCIATED WITH THIS FAMILY

Surname First name(s) Spouse District Vol Page

Marriages Dec 1918 (>99%)
 
COMPSON William H Tunnicliffe Birmingham 6d 534
Tunnicliffe Sarah Compson Birmingham 6d 534

Winsome's information:

William Henry COMPSON at the time of his marriage to Sarah TUNNICLIFFE (1918) was living at 41 St Lukes Rd & Sarah TUNNICLIFE was living at 183 St Lukes Rd, Birmingham. Later 41 St Lukes Rd is named as being Edgbaston, County of Birmingham.
 

William Henry COMPSON's 1st (?) wife Jane (unknown) died as follows:
 
Deaths Q/E Dec 1899 Jane COMPSON 39 yrs Stourbridge 6c 104.

William Henry COMPSON was still in Stourbridge in 1901 working as a Jobbing Gardener.

John COMPSON & Ann Partridge

Winsome and I originally communicated about these people on 5th Sept 2007 together with Nigel BROWN. Winsome's data is in blue boxes.

Since then Winsome moved to Horsham, in the state of Victoria, Australia.

Nigel said Ann PARTRIDGE was the sister of his 3 x great grandfather.
 
Winsome is interested in the COMPSON / CUMPSTON wills belonging to John COMPSON who married Ann PARTRIDGE which are her husband's line.

Winsome is interested in the Old Swinford / Halesowen COMPSON families from which John COMPSON who married Ann PARTRIDGE was descended. After John died Ann (Partridge) remarried.
 
Her husband remembers his grandmother but not his grandfather. She has images of William Henry COMPSON at an older age - studio type & some everyday photos of him pushing the pram with her husband Brian in it on one of the isles where his parents were on holiday.

 

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