Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet
Birth23 Aug 1845, Binham
Death8 Jul 1917, Little Walsingham
Birth23 Aug 1845
FatherSamuel Peacock TIMBERS (1824-1859)
MotherMargaret EKE (1822-1855)
Birth22 Jun 1843, Little Walsingham
Death31 Mar 1911, Little Walsingham
Birth22 Jun 1843
FatherRobert POMFREY (1816-1893)
MotherMary Ann RAWSTON (1819-1903)
Marriage15 Nov 1865, Langham Parish Church
ChildrenLilias Margaret (1867-1919)
 Rosa (1869-1949)
 Minna (1871-1949)
 William Robert (1872-)
 Edmund (Edward) (1874-1940)
 Robert (1875-1930)
 Daisy (1877-1953)
 Walter Robert (1879-1957)
 Eliza Anna (1880-)
 Mabel Mary (1882-1940)
 Charles Richard (1886-1886)
 Herbert Thomas (1888-1959)
Notes for Mary TIMBERS
Mary Timbers was born on 23rd August 1845 in Binham and was the daughter of Samuel Peacock Timbers (1824) and Margaret Eke. In 1851 she was at school and was living with her grandparents, William and Esther Eke, in Binham. There is an entry for a Mary Timbers in the 1861 census which shows her living in Blackfriars Road, Yarmouth and aged 15. She is listed as the "daughter-in-law" of an Ann Campbell. It is probable that her widowed and deceased father Samuel had re-married to Ann Campbell's daughter Caroline - the widow of shipwright William Cockell. There are also a Caroline Timbers and an Eliza Timbers mentioned at the same address - both born in Yarmouth. Mary married Edmund Pomfrey (1843) at Langham Parish Church on 15th November 1865, and was living in Langham at the time of her marriage. She was living in Langham until the family moved to 91 London Road, Kirkley, near Lowestoft, around 1871. She was living at 4 North Raglan Street, Lowestoft, on 27th February 1877. In 1881 she was living at 2 County Villas in Lowestoft. In 1891 she was living at 4 Sydney Cottages, County Villas. In 1901 she was living at Victoria Terrace, Fakenham. In 1903 and 1911 she was living in the High Street, Little Walsingham, and was present at the death of her mother-in-law, Mary Ann Rawston, in Lowestoft. She died in Little Walsingham from broncho pneumonia and mitral stenosis on 8th July 1917.

• 1. 1881 Census. W Arnold Road, 2 County Villa, Lowestoft. Mary Pomfrey. Wife. Age 36. Born Binham. • 2. 1891 Census. County Villas (4 Sydney Cottages), Lowestoft. Mary Pomfrey. Wife. Age 45. Born Binham. • 3. Marriage Certificate. Mary Timbers. Married on 15th November 1865 at Langham Parish Church. Single "of full age", and "living at home" in Langham. Father: Samuel Timbers, Grocer. • 4. International Genealogical Index. Mary Timbers. Born c1846 in Langham, Norfolk - no parents listed. • 5. 1851 Census on CD-ROM. Walsingham. Mary Timbers. Grand Daughter. Age 5. Scholar, born in Binham. • 6. Death Registers. Pomfrey, Mary. Sep. 1917. 4b. 366. Walsingham. • 7. Birth Registers. Timbers, Mary. Sep. 1845. 13. 354. Walsingham. • 8. 1901 Census. Victoria Terrace, Fakenham. Mary Pomfrey. Wife. Age 56. Born Binham. • 9. Birth Certificate. Mary Timbers. Born 23rd August 1845 at Binham. Father: Samuel Timbers, Shoemaker. Mother: Margaret Timbers, formerly Eke. Informant, Margaret Timbers. Registered:12th September 1845. • 10. Birth Certificate. Mary Pomfrey, formerly Timbers. Daughter Daisy's birth certificate: Living at 4 North Raglan Street, Lowestoft on 27th February 1877. • 11. Death certificate. Mary Pomfrey, Daughter-in-law, present at the death, High Street, Walsingham. Given as the informant on the death certificate of Mary Ann Rawston, 26th January 1903. • 12. Death certificate. Mary Pomfrey. Died 8th July 1917, Little Walsingham. Age 72. Widow of Edmund Pomfrey, Rural Postman. Cause of death: Broncho Pneumonia, Mitral Stenosis, certified by F. H. Sturdee, FRCS. Informant: S. Barnes, present at the death, Little Walsingham. Registered 10th July 1917, Harry Cowburn. • 13. 1861 Census. Blackfriars Road, Yarmouth. May Timbers. Daughter-in-law [sic]. Age 15. Scholar. Born Yarmouth [sic]. • 14. 1871 Census. 91 London Road, Kirkley. Mary Pomfrey. Wife. Age 24. Born Kingham [sic].
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