1895 - 1956 (60 years)
||Ernest Frederick Simpson |
||12 Dec 1895
||West Ham, Essex 
|Address 2 Seagry Road Wanstead N E|
Town Wanstead N E
Type of Building Private House
Number of Rooms 11
||'The London Road Motor Company', 12, London Road and Upper Bannister Street, Southampton
|'Notice is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, Reginald Fairweather, Guy Raymond Hill Wallace and Ernest Frederick Simpson, carrying on business as Motor Engineers and Garage Proprietors, at 12, London-road and Upper Bannister-street, in the county borough of Southampton, under the style or firm of "THE LONDON ROAD MOTOR COMPANY," has been dissolved by mutual consent as from the fifth day of November, 1920, so far as concerns the said Reginald Fairweather, who retires from the said firm. All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said Guy Raymond Hill Wallace and Ernest Frederick Simpson, who will continue to carry on the said business at the same address and under the style or firm of "The London Road Motor Company" as heretofore.-Dated this 29th day of November, 1920. R. FAIRWEATHER, G.R.H. WALLACE, E.F. SIMPSON.'|
(The London Gazette, 10 December 1920, p.12236)
|23 April 1914: Enlisted as Rifleman 1730 in Queen's Victoria Rifles - ie an 'Old Contemptible'.|
28 May 1915: Discharged from The London Regiment, 3/9th Battalion, as 'being no longer fit for war service. Military character 'very good'. 6'2" tall.
Later became a Captain in the Pioneer Corps. 1914 Star with Rosette denotes 'Old Contemptibles'; sleeve patch denotes Anti-Aircraft Command. Information kindly interpreted from photo by www.khakidevil.co.uk
|SIMPSON Ernest Frederick of White Ball Filling Station Sampford Arundel Wellington Somersetshire died 29 April 1956 Probate Bodmin 19 July to Dorothy Sophy Simpson widow. Effects £6033 12s.9d. |
||Ernest and Dorothy had no children |
||29 Apr 1956
- From David Graydon Simpson: 'Ernest Simpson died in Somerset in the 1950s'
||Simpson & Elder
||10 Mar 2013 |
||Frederick James Simpson, b. 1854, St George In The East , d. 21 Jul 1932 (Age 78 years) |
||Theresa Alberta Opfermann, b. 7 Oct 1866, Mile End, Middlesex , d. 30 Oct 1939, District of 'Essex South Western' (Age 73 years) |
||2 Seagry Road Wanstead N E
|310 SIMPSON, Frederick James Head Married, 24 years M 56 1855 House Agent Middlesex |
310 SIMPSON, Theresa Wife Married, 24 years F 43 1868 Middlesex
310 SIMPSON, Norah Alny Daughter Single F 22 1889 Essex
310 SIMPSON, Herbert James Son Single M 20 1891 Estate Agent Essex
310 SIMPSON, Elsie Caroline Daughter Single F 18 1893 Essex
310 SIMPSON, Helen Daughter Single F 17 1894 School Essex
310 SIMPSON, Ernest Frederick Son Single M 15 1896 School Essex
310 SIMPSON, Keith Edward Son Single M 8 1903 Essex
310 MATHEW, Kate Elizabeth Servant Single F 26 1885 Domestic Servant Essex
310 MORTER, Florence Maud Servant Single F 28 1883 Domestic Servant Essex
RG number: RG14
Reference: RG14PN9603 RG78PN511 RD188 SD7 ED7 SN310
Registration District: West Ham
Sub District: Wanstead
Enumeration District: 7
Address: 2 Seagry Road Wanstead N E
Frederick James Simpson and Theresa with their children in 1902. L-R: Ernest Frederick (7), Norah Amy (14), Keith Edward (b.9 June), Helen (8), Herbert James (12), Elsie Caroline (10).
||Wedding of Norah Simpson and William Cuthbertson, Jan-Mar 1924|
Taken at the rear of 2 Seagry Road, Norah's family home.
Back row: Unknown female, Unknown male, Samuel Glanville Lane, Unknown female, Ernest Frederick Simpson, Ernest's wife Dorothy, Unknown female, Unknown male, Unknown male, David Caldow Simpson
Middle row: Ester (housemaid), Unknown female, Unknown female, Unknown female, Frances Jane Simpson*, Herbert James Simpson, Unknown female, Unknown female, Frederick James Simpson, coachman?
Front row: Katherine Elizabeth Simpson*, Blank female, Helen Marjorie Simpson, Helen Simpson, William Cuthbertson (groom), Norah Amy Simpson (bride), Elsie Caroline Simpson, Lela Cuthbertson, Theresa Alberta Opfermann, Elizabeth Anne Simpson*
*One of the five 'maiden aunts'. If the other two, Emma and Eva were present, they are not identified.
||2 Seagry Road as it is today.|
||Dorothy Sophy Callingham, b. 1891 or 1892, Thames Ditton, Surrey, England , d. 18 Apr 1982, District of Taunton. Somerset (Age 90 years) |
||30 Dec 2012 |
Seen here as a Captain in the Pioneer Corps.
1914 Star with Rosette denotes 'Old Contemptibles'; sleeve patch denotes Anti-Aircraft Command (Information kindly interpreted by www.khakidevil.co.uk)
- [S5] Information kindly supplied by John Gerard Simpson (Reliability: 2).
From Genes Reunited