Edward Blake Thompson

(8 November 1879 - before 30 June 1881)
     Edward Blake Thompson was christened on 8 November 1879 in Parkstone, Poole RD, Dorset. He was the son of Edward Neave Thompson and Tempest Isabella Lambert. Edward Blake Thompson was listed as UNDEFINED son in the 1881 census in 'Belmont' Ashley Road, Parkstone, Dorset.
     Edward died before 30 June 1881 in Poole RD, Dorset.

Edward Galen Thompson

(March 1893 - )
     Edward Galen Thompson's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1893 in Poole RD, Dorset. He was the son of Edward Neave Thompson and Tempest Isabella Lambert. Edward Galen Thompson was christened on 9 April 1893 in Parkstone, Dorset. Mary, Cecily, Arthur and Edward were listed as Tempest Isabella Lambert's children in the 1901 census in Flat 4, Arundel House, The Drive, Hove, Sussex.

Edward Neave Thompson

(before April 1851 - 23 November 1905)
     Edward Neave Thompson was born before April 1851 in Fordingbridge, Hampshire, England.
     The marriage of Edward Neave Thompson and Tempest Isabella Lambert, daughter of William Blake Lambert and Margaret Isabella Paul, was registered in Christchurch SD, Hampshire, in the June 1878 quarter.
     Edward Neave Thompson and Tempest Isabella Lambert appeared on the 1891 census in Flaghill Estate, Peterhof, Parkstone, Dorset. Edward N Thompson, head, 40, living on own means, born Fordingbridge, Hampshire, with his wife Tempest I, 36, born Southampton, and children Mary T 11, Cecily M 10, Paul T L 6, Francis W 5, Arthur P 1/11 months, all born at Parkstone Dorset, Margaret Lambert, visitor, 64, living on own means, born Berwick on Tweed, Northumberland, and 4 servants.
     Edward died on 23 November 1905 in 18 FitzGeorge Ave, Kensington, London.
     His will was proved on 4 August 1906. The estate of Edward Neave Thompson, late of Hermitage House, Richmond, Surrey & formerly of Kelstone Cottage, Godalming, in the same county , no. 22 The Drive, Hove, Sussex and Krosnolarsk, Siberia, Russia, who died on the 23 Nov 1905 at 18 FitzGeorge Ave, Kensington, Mdx ...

Children of Edward Neave Thompson and Tempest Isabella Lambert

Elizabeth Thompson

( - 22 May 1903)
     Elizabeth Thompson married Archibald Alexander Dunbar-Brander, son of James Brander Dunbar-Brander and Alice Grant, on 1 November 1902 in Hampstead RD, England.
     Elizabeth died on 22 May 1903 in Pachmarhi, India. Elizabeth Dunbar Brander, aged 28, wife of Archibald Alexander Dunbar Brander, Imperial Forest Service of India, of entiric. Buried 22nd..

Elizabeth Jane Thompson

(December 1843 - June 1909)
     Elizabeth Jane Thompson's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1843 in London, St George in the East RD. She was the daughter of Thomas Thompson and Sophia Elizabeth Ball.
     Elizabeth Jane Thompson appeared on the 1861 census in Roath, Glamorganshire, Wales. She was in the household of Charles Ellah Stallybrass 23, Coal agent and ship broker, born Siberia & Anna Marie Stallybrass 22, as Elizabeth Jane Thompson 19, born London; plus servant.
     The marriage of Elizabeth Jane Thompson and William Horsley was registered in Tynemouth RD, in the December 1861 quarter.
     Elizabeth Jane Thompson and William Horsley appeared on the 1871 census in Borough Rd, Chirton, Northumbelrand. William Horsley, 38 born Gateshead, Engine Builder employing 50 men and 30 boys; Elizabeth J Horsley 28 b London City; Edith Horsley 7 b, Elizabeth J Horsley 5 b, William P Horsley 3 b, Thomas K Horsley 1 b, William K Horsley 65, b, father, widower, retired Engine Builder
Sarah Horsley 46, b Aunt Annuitant
Plus servant.
     Elizabeth Jane Thompson and William Horsley appeared on the 1881 census in 'Chirton House', Chirton, Northumberland. William Horsley, 48, engine builder, Elizabeth Jane, wife, 38, born Middlesex; children Edith 17, Elizabeth Jane 15, William Percy 13, Thomas Dolchin 11, Ethel May 7, Ernest Kyle 5, Collingwood 1' Jane Dolchin 73, Visitor, Widow; Sarah Horsley 56, Visitor.
     Elizabeth Jane Thompson appeared on the 1891 census in Chirton, Northumberland. E J Horsley, 49, widow, born Middlesex, W E Horsley 23, E M Horsley 17, E K Horsley 14, C W Horsley 13, A B Horsley 9, L D Foster 57, aunt, b Middlesex (Louisa Dorothy Foster), plus servant.
     Elizabeth Jane Thompson and Amy Bruce Horsley appeared on the 1901 census in Trout St, Preston?, Tynemouth, Northumberland. Elizabeth J Horsley, 58, born London, widow, living on own means, Amy B Horsley 19, plus servant.
     Elizabeth's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1909 in Tynemouth RD .

Children of Elizabeth Jane Thompson and William Horsley

Elizabeth Sarah Thompson

(between July 1856 and September 1856 - )
     Elizabeth Sarah Thompson was born between July 1856 and September 1856 in Stepney, Middlesex. She was the daughter of Samuel Thomspon, farmer.
     Elizabeth Sarah Thompson married Frederick Hunn, son of Capt Frederick Hunn and Mary Ann Knight, on 6 September 1876 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire.
     Elizabeth Sarah Thompson and Frederick Hunn appeared on the 1881 census in 7 Woodford Rd, Watford, Hertfordshire. Frederick Hunn, 38, born Plympton St Mary, was a married railway clerk with his wife Ellizabeth H 24, born Stepney and their children Maude E aged 1, born Watford, a brother in law James B Thompson aged 26, also born Stepney and a railway clerk, and an 18 year old servant, Eliza Gravestock.
     Elizabeth Sarah Thompson and Frederick Hunn appeared on the 1891 census in 67 Wendover Rd, Willesden, Middlesex. Frederick Hunn, married 49, railway official, born at sea, his wife Elizabeth 34, born Stepney and children Annie M aged 9 and Frederick E aged 4, born born at Watford.

Children of Elizabeth Sarah Thompson and Frederick Hunn

Emanuel Thompson

     Emanuel Thompson was born in Stow, Suffolk, England.
     Emanuel Thompson married Sarah Robertson Bowker, daughter of Mary Bowker, on 22 October 1833 in Alconbury Weston, Huntingdonshire, England. Married by licence - he was described as of Stow (also of Lt Stukeley) widower.

Child of Emanuel Thompson and Sarah Robertson Bowker

Frances Thompson

(before March 1859 - )
     Frances Thompson was born before March 1859 in Belton, Lincolnshire.
     Frances Thompson married Joseph Popplewell, son of William Popplewell and Mary Roberts, on 17 December 1878 in Belton, Lincolnshire. His marriage record states son of William.
     Frances Thompson and Joseph Popplewell appeared on the 1891 census in Althorpe, Lincolnshire. Joseph Popplewell, head, 35?, farm bailiff, born Keadby, Lincs; his wife Frances aged 32, born Belton; children William Henry 11 born Burringham, Sarah Ann 9 born Goole, Yks, Joseph 7 born Goole, Maude 5 born Althorpe, Mary Blanche 3 born Althorpe, Frances May 1 born Althorpe plus 4 agricultural labourers.
     Frances Thompson and Joseph Popplewell appeared on the 1901 census in Cote Houses, Scotton. Joseph Popplewell, 48, head, farm bailliff, worker, born Keadby, Lincs; with his wife Frances 42, born Belton, and children William H 21, waggoner on farm, born Burringham, Sarah A 19, born Goole Yorkshire, Joseph 17, farm servant born Goole, Mary B 13?, Frances M 11, Mabel 9, all born at Althorpe, Oswald 1 born Susworth?. Lincs plus 2 farm servants.

Children of Frances Thompson and Joseph Popplewell

Francis William Thompson

(10 October 1886 - )
     Francis William Thompson was christened on 10 October 1886 in Parkstone, Poole RD, Dorset. He was the son of Edward Neave Thompson and Tempest Isabella Lambert. Mary, Cecily, Paul, Francis and Arthur were listed as the children of Edward Neave Thompson in the 1891 census in Flaghill Estate, Peterhof, Parkstone, Dorset.

George Thompson

(2 November 1826 - )
     George Thompson was born on 2 November 1826 in Calcutta, West Bengal, India. He was the son of George Frewin Thompson and Rose Hall. George Thompson was christened on 7 January 1827 in Barrackpore, West Bengal, Bengal Presidency, India.

George Frewin Thompson

(19 July 1804 - 4 January 1834)
     George Frewin Thompson was born on 19 July 1804 in London. He was the son of Richard Thompson and Mary Reddish. George Frewin Thompson was christened on 19 December 1804 in St John the Evangelist, Smith Square, Westminster.
     The Writers Petitions at the India Office stated: The Humble Petition of the George Frewin Thompson sheweth: That your petiitoner had received the rudiments of a commercial and classical education and is desirous to devote himself to the Civil Service of the Honorable Company in india and with that in view to qaulify himself by further improvement in liberal and suitable learning.
He thereupon humbly prays that the Honorable Co will be pleased to place him in the East India College in order that if his behaviour and attainments there should prove satisfactory to the Honorable Court he may be appointed writer on the Bengal establishment.
And your petitioner will ever pray I do hereby acknowledge to have ... a printed paper entitled Regulations as the Nomination of Students at the East India Company College with a view to the future appointment as writers in the service of the United East India Company and preparatory instructions to Pesons who may be so nominated. G F Thompson, John Thompson, RN, uncle to the petitioner. Recommended for Bengal by R O? Stowden?
His mother wrote on his behalf enclosing a copy of his baptismal certificate . He was educated at Grosvenor Palce, Bath no. 33. He stated his mother is mrs mary Thompson widow, at Road near Beckington, Somerset. At the end of the questionaire is the signature of Captain Thompson, King Street, Edgeware Road.
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     George Frewin Thompson married Rose Hall on 26 July 1825. Married on the 26th ult, George Frewin Thompson, esq. to Rose, 2nd daughter of *** Hall, esq, of Grosvenor Palce..
     George died on 4 January 1834 in Bareilly, Bengal Presidency, India, aged 29. He was buried on 6 January 1834 in Bareilly, India. George Frewin Thompson, of the Bengal Civil Service, Resident at Bareilly.

Children of George Frewin Thompson and Rose Hall

Gwyllian Shankland Thompson

(17 September 1945 - 27 July 2000)
     Gwyllian Shankland Thompson was born on 17 September 1945 in Grimsby, Lincolnshire.
     Gwyllian Shankland Thompson married Michael Francis Crosby Halahan, son of Rev Edward Oliver Crosby Halahan and Margaret Ogilvie Leach, on 15 May 1965 in Ludford, Lincolnshire. They were married by his father. They divorced some years later after having three children, Tracey, Dorothy and Patrick, where Granny Grimsby (known to again my brothers and I. And Gwil to family and friends) then proceeded into a second marriage with a man named Terry O'Connell, until her death.
     Gwyllian died on 27 July 2000 in Kingston upon Hull, aged 54.

Harold Thompson

     Harold Thompson was the son of William Frewin Thompson. Harold Thompson was buried on 9 April 1895 in St Thomas, North Sydney, New South wales.

Ivy Margaret Thompson

(circa 1922 - 1978)
     Ivy Margaret Thompson was born circa 1922. She was the daughter of William Alfred Thompson and Bridget Eliza Colbert.
     Ivy died in 1978 in Stawell, Victoria.

John Thompson

(circa 1740 - )
     John Thompson was born circa 1740.
     John Thompson married Sarah Popplewell, daughter of Henry Popplewell and Alice Waller, on 14 February 1778 in Belton, Lincolnshire.

Lillian Constance Thompson

(June 1878 - )
     Lillian Constance Thompson's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1878. She was the daughter of Thomas William Thompson and Frances Davies. Sophia, Marion and Lillian were listed as the children of Thomas William Thompson in the 1881 census in The Vines, Lower Bebington, Cheshire. Lillian Constance Thompson listed in the 1891 census with Sophia Elizabeth Thompson and Marion Gertrude Thompson in Litherland, Lancashire.

Louisa Thompson

(28 November 1832 - )
     Louisa Thompson was born on 28 November 1832 in Patna, India. She was the daughter of George Frewin Thompson and Rose Hall. Louisa Thompson was christened on 26 January 1833 in Bareilly, Bengal Presidency, India. Louisa, daughter of the late George Frewin Thompson, Bengal Civil Service and Rose his wife, resident at Bareilly..

Louisa Beatrice Thompson

(March 1875 - )
     Louisa Beatrice Thompson's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1875 in Wirral RD, Cheshire. She was the daughter of Thomas William Thompson and Frances Davies.

Margaret Annie Thompson

(December 1864 - December 1878)
     Margaret Annie Thompson's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1864 in West Derby RD, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Thomas William Thompson and Frances Davies.
     Margaret's death was registered in the quarter ending in December 1878 in Wirral RD, Cheshire.

Marianne Thompson

(say 1808 - )
     Marianne Thompson was born say 1808. She may be the Maria Elizabeth born 25 May 1808 and baptised 20 Feb 1809 at St Mary Lambeth, Surrey, daughter of Richard & Mary Thomson. She was the daughter of Richard Thompson and Mary Reddish.
     Marianne Thompson married G H Smith on 21 May 1842 in St John's, Hampstead, Middlesex. G H Smith esq., to Marianne Thompson, second daughter of Richard Thompson, Esq., late of Kennington Surrey, and of Hampstead, Middlesex..

Marion Gertrude Thompson

(September 1873 - )
     Marion Gertrude Thompson's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1873 in Wirral RD, Cheshire. She was the daughter of Thomas William Thompson and Frances Davies. Sophia, Marion and Lillian were listed as the children of Thomas William Thompson in the 1881 census in The Vines, Lower Bebington, Cheshire.
     Marion Gertrude Thompson and Sophia Elizabeth Thompson appeared on the 1891 census in Litherland, Lancashire. Sophie Thomson, single 19, Marion, single 18, musical student, Lilian C 3, all visitors born at New Ferry. The household was headed by Frederick German, GP..

Mary Thompson

(before 1790 - )
     Mary Thompson was born before 1790.
     Mary Thompson married Amor Rich, son of John Rich and Mary Stephenson, on 28 February 1802 in St Dunstan in the East, Stepney. Amor Rich of this parish , bachelor & Mary Thompson of this parish also, spinster, were married in this church by licence 28 Feb 1802. Both signed in the presence of Thos Stinson/Stimson? & Ann Hather.

Child of Mary Thompson and Amor Rich

Mary Thompson

Mary Thompson

(20 September 1830 - )
     Mary Thompson was born on 20 September 1830 in Almora, India. She was the daughter of George Frewin Thompson and Rose Hall. Mary Thompson was christened on 26 January 1833 in Bareilly, Bengal Presidency, India. Louisa, daughter of the late George Frewin Thompson, Bengal Civil Service and Rose his wife, resident at Bareilly..

Mary Bowker Thompson

( - 22 August 1838)
     Mary Bowker Thompson was born in England. She was the daughter of Emanuel Thompson and Sarah Robertson Bowker.
     Mary died on 22 August 1838 in Alconbury Weston, Huntingdonshire, England.

Mary Bowker Thompson

( - 22 August 1858)
     Mary Bowker Thompson was the daughter of Sarah Robertson Thompson.
     Mary died on 22 August 1858 in Alconbury Weston, Huntingdonshire, England.

Mary or Jane Thompson

     Mary or Jane Thompson married Rev Saumarez du Bourdieu in 1750 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Rev Shem Thompson. They had 3 sons and 2 daughters - Charlotte & Anne.

Children of Mary or Jane Thompson and Rev Saumarez du Bourdieu

Mary Tempest Thompson

(February 1881 - )
     Mary Tempest Thompson was born in February 1881 in Parkstone, Poole RD, Dorset. She was the daughter of Edward Neave Thompson and Tempest Isabella Lambert. Mary Tempest Thompson was christened on 8 March 1881 in Parkstone, Dorset. She was listed as UNDEFINED daughter in the 1881 census in 'Belmont' Ashley Road, Parkstone, Dorset. Mary, Cecily, Paul, Francis and Arthur were listed as the children of Edward Neave Thompson in the 1891 census in Flaghill Estate, Peterhof, Parkstone, Dorset. Mary, Cecily, Arthur and Edward were listed as Tempest Isabella Lambert's children in the 1901 census in Flat 4, Arundel House, The Drive, Hove, Sussex.
     Mary Tempest Thompson and Cecily Marion Thompson appeared on the 1911 census in Nether London St Peter's Rd, Bournemouth, Hampshire. Ellen Maria Thompson, head, aged 68, sister Emily Thomson, 66, ditto, Maria Mabe Thompson, sister, 64, all born Fordingbridge, Hampshire; Mary Tempest Thompson 30, Cecily Marion Thompson 29, visiting nieces, both born Parkstone, Dorset, all single with private means, plus a cook and a servant in 11 rooms.

Maud Thompson

(1880 - 1974)
     Maud Thompson was born in 1880.
     Maud Thompson married Alfred Henry Rose, son of Thomas Rose and Joanna Bowker James.
     Maud died in 1974.

Lt Col Paul Tempest Lambert Thompson

(22 November 1885 - 6 March 1936)
     Lt Col Paul Tempest Lambert Thompson was christened on 22 November 1885 in Parkstone, Poole RD, Dorset. He was described as the eldest son at his death, but this may mean eldest surviving son. He was the son of Edward Neave Thompson and Tempest Isabella Lambert. Mary, Cecily, Paul, Francis and Arthur were listed as the children of Edward Neave Thompson in the 1891 census in Flaghill Estate, Peterhof, Parkstone, Dorset.
     Lt Col Paul Tempest Lambert Thompson married Gladys Martha Jeannie Wheldon on 24 June 1914 in Rangoon, Burma. She was the daughter of Claud Augustus Wheldon..
     Paul died on 6 March 1936 in the Hospital, Bexhill, Kent, aged 50. Thompson - On March 6, 1936 at Bexhill Hospital, Paul Tempest Lambert Thomson, Lieutenant-Colonel, Indian Army (Retd), eldest son of Tempest and the late Edward Thompson, and beloved husband of Gladys Thompson. (Indian papers please copy).