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Charles Gordon Mills 1894-1915
Gordon was born 12 March 1894, the son of Charles Antony Mills and Maud Andrews. He was killed in action, seven days after his marriage.
Madge Slowburn 1886-1953
Madge was born about 1886, the daughter of Henry Slowburn and Minnie Letitia Leonard, at Lambeth, London.
I have not identified any children.
|Charles Gordon Mills||
b: 12 Mar 1894 Wimbledon, Surrey 1894 2Q Kingston-On-Thames 2a 295
son of Charles Antony Mills and Maud Andrews
b: abt 1886 c: 6 May 1887 London 1886 4Q Lambeth 1d 461
daughter of Henry Slowburn and Minnie Letitia Leonard
18 Jan 1915|
Charles Gordon Mills
|St Mary's Church, Wimbledon, Surrey 1915 1Q Kingston 2a 695|
|Charles Gordon Mills||KIA 25 Jan 1915, Age 20 France|
The Times, Monday, Feb 1, 1915 Death|
LONDON 13 Oct 1915 Probate
COMMONWEALTH WAR GRAVES COMMISSION
Stewart Wyvol Thompson 1892-1966
Stewart was born on 2 June 1892 of Richard Charles Thompson and Dorothy Clark. He married Madge G. Mills on 18 July 1917. Stewart became a Captain in the Royal Air Force. Stewart died on 25 November 1966.
I have identified the following children:
Birth of New Husband
Penelope Letitia Wyvol Slowburn Born abt 1918 Married George Ellis Taylor Ellis-Fewster
|Stewart Wyvol Thompson||
b: 2 June 1892
son of Richard Charles Thompson and Dorothy Clark 1892 3Q Houghton 10a 482
The engagement is announced of Lieutenant Stewart W. Thompson, Royal Flying Corps., elder son of R. C. Thompson, Morton House, Fence Houses, and Madge, widow of Gordon Mills, Coldstream Guards, and elder daughter of H. Slowburn, Richmond House, Wimbledon-common.
18 Jul 1917|
Stewart Wyvol Thompson
Madge Gordon Mills
The Chapel of Ease of Holy Trinity, All Saints, London 1917 3Q Wandsworth 1d 1139|
Bachelor, Lieut. R.F.C., Weybridge, Father: Richard Charles Thompson, Gentleman
Widow, Richmond House, Wimbledon Park, Father: Henry Sloburn, Gentleman
|Penelope Letitia Wyvol Slowburn Thompson||
abt 1918 London 1918 2Q Wandsworth 1d 951
daughter of Stewart Wyvol Thompson and Madge Mills
|Madge (Mills) Thompson||
Died 2 Jan 1953 Age 66
Three Chimneys, Cooden Drive, Bexhill-on-Sea 1953 1Q Battle 5h 2
THOMPSON, Madge - of Three Chimneys, Cooden, Sussex (wife of Stewart Wyvol Thompson) died 2 January 1915, Probate London 26 March, to the said Stewart Wyvol Thompson, retired squadron leader, R.A.F. and Arthur Fortescue Greenwood, solicitor.|
Effects £39,535 12s.
George Ellis Taylor
Penelope Letitia Wyvol Thompson (47)
The Register Office, The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea|
Postmaster, 15 Barnhorn Rd. Bexhill on Sea, Sussex,
Father: Bertram Fewster, Retired Company Director
Note: Name changed from George Ellis Taylor Fewster, Previous marriage dissolved.
spinster, 5 Kensington Court, W 8,
Father: Stewart Wyvol Thompson, Retired Company Director
by License, Wit: Muriel Moore and B. Fewster
|MARRIAGES - ELLIS-FEWSTER: THOMPSON - On September 1st, 1965, quietly, in London, George Ellis Taylor Ellis-Fewster, Barnhorn Road, Bexhill-on-Sea, to Penelope Letitia Wyvol Thompson, Three Chimneys, Cooden Beach, Sussex.|
|Stewart Wyvol Thompson||
Died 25 November 1966, Age 74, 1966 4Q Battle 5H 26
Residence: Three Chimneys, 203 Cooden Drive, Bexhill, Sussex
|THOMPSON - On November 25th, 1966, peacefully at his home, Three Chimneys, Cooden Beach, Stewart Wyvol Thompson, beloved husband of the late Madge, and father of Penelope Ellis-Fewster. Funeral service at Eastbourne crematorium on Wednesday, November 30th, at 11 a. m. Flowers to Mummery, Funeral Directors, Bexhill-on-Sea. No mourning, by request.|
|FUNERAL - Mr. S. W. Thompson - The funeral of Mr. Stewart Wyvol Thompson took place on Wednesday, November 30th, at Eastbourne Crematorium. Among those present were: - Mr. and Mrs. G. E. T. Ellis-Fewster (son-in-law and daughter), Mr. Thomas Parrington (nephew), Mr. B. Fewster, Mr. A. F. Greenwood, Mrs. E. M. Elliot, Dr. and Mrs. Dick, Major and Mrs. Guy Thompson, Miss M. Moore, Mr. A. G. Batt, Mr. Guy Spooner Snr., Mr. W. Dubbin, Mrs. A. R. Prestige, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Busteed.|
Three Chimneys, Cooden Drive, Bexhill, Sussex Their view of the English Channel
(NOTE: The above residence is now Three Chimney's Nursing Home)