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Frank W Crimlis, Filey, 1881 - 1942

 Frank Crimlis circa 1898

P066: A.k.a. Francis Crimlis
b. 1881, Filey;
m. 1901 to Edith Hornby in Hull, UK;
d. 1942.

Image: Frank W Crimlis, circa 1898
Source: John Crimlis
Photographer: Unknown

Frank W Crimlis was the second child and second son of Joseph Crimlis and Mary Wheeler.
See: Chart F016

1881: (Q1): Frank was born Filey. The middle letter "W" probably is for "Wheeler" from his mother's maiden name.1

Joseph Crimlis and family

Image: Joseph Crimlis and family circa 1898 (click image to enlarge)
Source: John Crimlis
Photographer: Unknown

1901: (Q1): Frank married Edith Hornby in St Mark's Church, Hull.2, 3
1902: Zachariah H Crimlis was born
1904: Elsie Mary Crimlis was born
1904: Elsie Mary Crimlis died
1906: Mary Crimlis was born
1911: Kenneth Crimlis was born

1911: UK Census:4
29 Year old Frank was head of a family comprising his wife and three children, running his own business as a fish merchant, and living in Hull. See Hull 1911 for details.

1915: Francis Crimlis was born
1918 - 1940 Frank is listed as the owner of several steam trawlers registered in Scarborough (nearest port to Filey).5
1942: (Q2): Frank died in Filey aged 60. 6

See: Chart F066


1) FreeBMD:
GRO Scarborough Volume 9d Page 342, accessed 5th November, 2013.

2) FreeBMD:
GRO Sculcoates Volume 9d Page 202, accessed 5th November, 2013.

3) Yorkshire BMD, Crimlis Marriages 1901. Ref: HMK/6/195

4) Census image.

5) Scarborough Maritime History:
Steam Trawlers, accessed 5th November, 2013.

6) FreeBMD:
GRO Scarborough Volume 9d Page 411, accessed 5th November, 2013.