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1/3/8/  1931 DEATH

 

Headington Buckinghamshire Compston Herbert Fuller Bright 64 years son of John Milton Compston & Catherine Dean death free bmd Mar Q 1931 (13.1 1931)

 

Herefordshire Monumental Index : COMPSTON H.F.B.     Bredwardine BDN/*148

COMPSTON HERBERT FULLER BRIGHT     Bredwardine BDN/(002)

 

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1/3/6/  1891 Census Headingley RG12/3709 12 Midland Road Headingley Leeds Compston John Albert 29 years solicitor and his wife Kate Denham age 31 years. Became King's Counsel see death of son John Milton Compston below.  See photo 1

1/3/6/5/  1898 Leeds 9b 567 Compston John Milton birth son of John Albert and Kate Denham birth free bmd Sep Q 1898 died 1918

1/3/6/1/ 1891 census Headingley RG12/3709 12 Midland Road Headingley Leeds  Compston Gerald Edmonds 5 years son of John Albert & Kate Denham

1/3/6/2/  1891 census Headingley RG12/3709 12 Midland Road Headingley Leeds Compston George 2 years son of John Albert & Kate Denham census 1891

1/3/6/3/ 1891 census Headingley RG12/3709 12 Midland Road Headingley Leeds Compston Elsie M 9 months daughter of John Albert & Kate Denham

1/3/8/  1891 census Headingley RG12/3709 12 Midland Road Headingley Leeds Compston Herbert F 24 years [son of John Milton Compston  & Catherine Dean] theology student

1/3/6/4/  1893 9b 572 Leeds Compston Kate Gertrude daughter of John Albert and Kate Denham birth free bmd Jun Q 1893

1/3/2/1/ 1895 Leeds 9b 816 Compston John Hampden 20 years [son of Hampden Dean & Caroline Ellis Compston] marriage freebmd Jun Q 1895

1/3/6/1/ 1910 Wandsworth 1d 1187 Compston Gerald Edmonds 24 years married Miriam Mary Pettman [son of John Albert & Kate Denham marriage free bmd 1910  See photo 2

1/3/6/1/ 1916 Middlesex National Archive J 121/6906 work address 3 Mincing Lane City of London Compston Gerald Edmonds 30 years Solicitor Rollitt Sons & Compston [National Archive 30-Mar-05 record of a case he was dealing with]

1/3/6/5/ 1918 Bellicourt Compston John Milton 20 years son of John Albert and Kate Denham 2nd Lieutenant death war grave 8.9.1918

1/3/2/2/ 1920 York Compston Henry Ellis  44 years marriage to Fannie Ethel Oliver [b Petrolia Ontario f John m Laura Nordley] son of Hampden Dean Caroline Ellis Compston marriage ancestry 02-Jun-20

More about Herbert Fuller Bright Compston

 

1/3/8/ Herbert wrote a number of books:

 

Thomas Coram, churchman, empire builder and philanthropist -  1866- Includes bibliographical references Coram, Thomas, 1668?-1751

 

The Magdalen hospital : the story of a great charity -  1866-

Includes bibliographies and index

Magdalen hospital (London, England); Hospitals

 

The inscription on the stele of Mésa commonly called the Moabite stone; the text in Moabite and Hebrew b. 1866

 

He is included in The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge [Dictionary   edition]

Creator(s): Schaff, Philip (1819-1893)

 Print Basis: Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House, 1953

 

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1/3/6/5/ John Milton Compston Mill Hill School 1914-18 War: Service: Army

 

Date of birth: 30 June 1898 Year of entry to Mill Hill: 1912

House at Mill Hill: School House

Record:  59, Christchurch Road, Streatham Hill. Born 30th June, 1898. 78, M.H. 1, 1912 to 12, . 1916, School House. School O.T.C. Senior Monitor and Captain of 1st XV. R.M.C., Sandhurst. Commissioned West Yorkshire Regt. Lieut. Served in France.

 

Killed at Sequehart, 8th October, 1918. Son of Mr. John Albert Compston, K.C., and Mrs. Compston. He was twice at the Front, returning after six weeks with trench fever. He had only been back at the Front for 10 days when he fell in the first engagement. His C.O. wrote:- "I and all my officers deplore the loss of so valuable and gallant a young officer. Although he had only been with us a very short time, his Company Commander spoke very highly of him, and he became a great favourite among the other officers from the beginning. It was my good fortune to meet him shortly before the battalion went into action, and it was very largely due to his bravery, initiative and resource, that this action was so successful."

 

I am grateful to Judith for sending these photo of her family.

 

1.  John Albert COMPSTON KC

2. Gerald COMPSTON Judith's father

3.  John Edmonds COMPSTON, Alfred Dennis COMPSTON and Guy Wallace COMPSTON

4. Miriam COMPSTON [Pettman] Judith's paternal grandmother.

Lancs COMPSTON tree from Vick

COMPSTON FAMILY TREE from Christabel Russell Vick's book 'A Family Occupation' 1999. She outlines in magnificent detail the connection between The De Putron family, James WHITEHEAD who married Mercy Matilda HINDS in 1860, the VICK tree starting with Richard MARTIN from whom Godfrey RUSSELL married Marjorie COMPSTON in 1920.