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James Frederick Tomkins

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James Frederick Tomkins (1906- ) of F. H. Tomkins

1906 Born son of Frederick Harry Tomkins

1911 Living at 22 Brace Street, Walsall: Frederick Harry Tomkins (age 31 born Walsall), Warehouseman - Harness Furniture. With his wife Mary Ann Tomkins (age 32 born Walsall) and four children; Constance Evelyn Tomkins (age 7 born Walsall); James Frederick Tomkins (age 5 born Walsall); Arthur Leslie Tomkins (age 3 born Walsall), and Harold Tomkins (age 1 born Walsall). Also his brother in law and wife Arthur Robinson (age 24 born Walsall) and Alice Robinson (age 25 born Walsall).[1]

1939 Works Manager Buckle & Pressings Manufacturer, lived in Walsall with Edna E Tomkins 34[2]

1969 Died in Walsall[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 census
  2. 1939 register
  3. National probate calendar