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Hubert Allison                                       1872-1956
Hubert was born 20 December 1872, the son of William Henry and Margaret Allison, at Cleadon, County Durham.

Mildred Clark Thompson                    1885-1969
Mildred was born on 9 February 1885 of Richard Charles Thompson and Dorothy Clark, at Sunderland. She married Capt. Hubert Allison on 5 April 1917.
I have identified the following children:

 
Capt. Hubert Allison
  Elizabeth Pauline Born 7 Jul 1918   Married John Henry Fitzhugh Cox
Malcolm Hancock
Joan Betty Born 18 Aug 1922   Married John Legh Corlett
Hugh Seaburne May
Mildred Hazel Born 9 Nov 1923   Married Anthony Douglas Northey Hunter, MC


Birth of Parents
Hubert Allison 20 Dec 1872    Whitburn, County Durham
son of William Henry Allison, Brewer, Undercliffe Hall, Cleadon

Mildred Clark Thompson b: 9 Feb 1885  c: 6 Jul 1885           Holy Trinity, Southwick       1885 1Q Sunderland 10a 626
daughter of Richard Charles Thompson and Dorothy Clark

Marriage
6 Apr 1917
Mildred Clark Thompson
Hubert Allison
St. Barnabas, Burnmoor, Penshaw, County Durham       1917 2 Qtr Chester le Street 10a 841
Father: Richard Charles Thompson, Morton House, Fence Houses, County Durham
Father: William Henry Allison, Brewer, Undercliffe Hall, Whitburn

  Newspaper
 5 April 1917       MARRIAGE
The marriage took place Thursday, at St. Barnabas's Church, Burnmoor, of Miss Mildred Clark Thompson, 2nd daughter of Mr. R. C. Thompson, Morton House, Fence Houses, and Captain Hubert Allison, commanding a squadron, of Undercliffe, Sunderland. The Rev. S. M. Reynolds, M. A. rector, performed the ceremony, which was witnessed by a large congregation, including wounded soldiers from Morton House Hospital. The bride was given away by her father. The bride was attended by Misses Joan and Rachael Thompson (sisters), Miss Millicent and Jean Parrington, and Miss Hester Haggie (niece of the bride). The bridegroom was supported by Lieut. C. R. Thompson, R. N., as best man.

Burnmoor - A Chapelry in Penshaw parish, Durham. Post-Town, Fence-Houses..(Between Chester-le-Street and Houghton-le-Spring.)

The Times, Friday, Apr 13, 1917                   MARRIAGES
CAPTAIN H. ALLISON AND MISS THOMPSON

  The marriage took place very quietly, at St. Barnabas, Burnmoor, Fence Houses, on Thursday, April 5, of Captain Hubert Allison, Undercliffe, Whitburn, and Mildred Clark Thompson, second daughter of Mr. R. C. Thompson, Morton House, Fence Houses.

Children
Elizabeth Pauline Allison b: abt 1918                     Monkwearmouth, County Durham
daughter of Hubert Allison and Mildred Clark Thompson     1918 3Q Stoneham 2c 193
Joan Betty Allison b: abt 1922                     Monkwearmouth, County Durham
daughter of Hubert Allison and Mildred Clark Thompson     1922 4Q Windsor 2c 705
Mildred Hazel Allison b: abt 1923                     Monkwearmouth, County Durham
daughter of Hubert Allison and Mildred Clark Thompson     1923 4Q Windsor 2c 700

Death
Hubert Allison Died 6 Apr 1956, Age 83,       1956 2Q Salisbury 7c 463

Death
Mildred Clark (Thompson) Allison Died 2 Jan 1969, Age 83,         1969 1Q Claro 2c 168

The Times, Saturday, Jan 4, 1969                     DEATHS
  ALLISON - On January 2, 1969 in a Ripon Nursing Home, Mildred Clark, in her 84th year, widow of Hubert Allison, of Cross Hills, Sutton, Thirsk, Yorkshire. Funeral Private.