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John Dumville (1830-1901)
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In chronological order
1841 Census of 1841, at North Stainley, Yorkshire
John Rollinson, Head, 21, Agriculturist, 260 animals, born at Ripon
Mary Rollinson, Sister, 18, Housekeeper, born in Ripon
Mark Rollinson, Brother, 4, Scholar, born in Ripon
Mary Lynn, Servant, 19, Servant, born in Well
John Dumville, 23, Farm Servant, born in Masham
and 3 other farm servants: John Pearson, James Hudson, and Thomas Cundale
1852 Marriage Certificate, no. 389. 24 November 1852, in Ripon Cathedral by banns, by Bob Pork (?), Vicar, John Dunville, age 20/23/28 (not clear), bachelor, labourer, resident North Stainley, son of Robert Dunville, labourer, Jane Parker, aged 26, spinster, servant, resident Bilton with Harrogate, daughter of John Parker, labourer. Both signed their full name. Witnesses: William Dunville and W M Theakston.
1853
to 1858
Louisa Dumville, Hunslet births register 9b page 259, September 1853 quarter
George Dumville, Hunslet register 9b page 250, March 1855 quarter
Elizabeth Dumville, Hunslet register 9b page 228, March 1856 quarter
Alice Dumville, Hunslet register 9b page 247, June 1858 quarter
Joseph William, Hunslet register 9b page 235, June 1858 quarter
Were these also children of John and Jane, who died in infancy?
1861 Death Certificate, Registration District Hunslet, Sub-district Kirkstall in the County of York, No. 287
25th May 1861 in Far Headingley, William Dumville, 2 years, Son of John Dumville, a Groom, cause of death: Pleuritis Certified, signature, description and residence of informant: John Dumville present at death Far Headingley
c1883 When Joseph was 21, his father John gave him 25 to go to Massachusetts, USA, where his uncle Joseph had a mill. See Joseph Dumville (1819-1900), who emigrated to the USA.

1890

Birth Certificate

Registration District Bradford
1890 Birth in the Sub-district of Horton in the County of Bradford
No. 376
1. When and where born Twenty Fourth November 1890. 25 Lucy Street Horton Bradford
2. Name, if any John Charles
3. Sex Boy
4. Name and surname of father Thomas Dumville
5. Name, surname and maiden surname of mother Annie Dumville formerly Richards
6. Occupation of father Wool Combing Overlooker
7. Signature, description and residence of informant T. Dumville Father 25 Lucy Street Horton
8. When registered Eighteenth December 1890
9. Signature of registrar (?) Registrar

1892

Birth Certificate

Registration District Bradford
1892 Birth in the Sub-district of Horton in the County of Bradford
No. 121
1. When and where born Eighth March 1892. 25 Lucy Street Horton Bradford
2. Name, if any Ernest
3. Sex Boy
4. Name and surname of father Thomas Dumville
5. Name, surname and maiden surname of mother Annie Dumville formerly Richards
6. Occupation of father Wool Combing Overlooker
7. Signature, description and residence of informant Thomas Dumville Father 25 Lucy Street Horton
8. When registered Eleventh April 1892
9. Signature of registrar (?) Registrar
1901 Census 1901, Bradford, Yorkshire
John Dunvill, Head, Widower, 72, out of employment, born in Masham
Hannah? Dunvill, Sister, Widowed or Married, Housekeeper, born in Masham
William Laine, Lodger, 35, Boilersmith?, born in County Durham
1918 The National Archives, Kew, Military Records on Microfilm
(Catalogue Reference AIR 76/142)
Christian Names (in full) Ernest Surname Dumville
Date of Birth March 1892
Permanent Home Address 164 Horton Grange Rd Bradford Yorks
Name of Person to be Informed of Casualties Name Mrs. E.[?] Dumville Address 3 Lingwood Terrace, Squire Lane, Relationship Wife
W. Riding Regt. Date Sheet Started 16 April 1918 Registered Papers No. P.J.(?) 27095
Unit to which 1. O.B.A.
Unit from which O.B.A. (SAG[?]) Unit to which [?] 62 Sqdn Date of Effect 25.4.18 Special Remarks or Duties (Army Observer)
Unit to which Reported Missing Date of Effect [?].6.18
Unit to which Missing Date of Effect 24.6.18
Unit to which Dead
Unit from which Killed in Action on or since Date of Effect 26/6/18
Stamped SERVICE CONSIDERED FOR THE GRANT OF WAR MEDAL
Date of Lond. [?] Cas. [?] 21[?]/6/18 (7327) Rank T. 2/Lt. Description O.O. Date of Effect 10.6.18.
Rank Lieut Description Flying Date of Effect 28.9.18 (line drawn through this line and cancelled written above)
6.5.19. Notification in L G [?] 31.12.18 is cancelled [London Gazette]
1918 The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (www.cwgc.org), Casualty Details
Name: DUMVILLE, ERNEST
Initials: E
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Second Lieutenant
Regiment: Royal Air Force
Unit: 62nd Sqdn.
Age: 26
Date of Death: 24/06/1918
Additional information: Son of Thomas and Annie Dumville, of 164, Horton Grange Rd., Bradford; husband of E. Dumville, of 3, Lingwood Terrace, Bradford, Yorks.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: VI. H. 2.
Cemetery: CABARET-ROUGE BRITISH CEMETERY, SOUCHEZ [near Arras]

See also:

John Dumville (1830-1901)

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