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Ellen Frampton DoreMatron of Rodney Hostel
Full name of worker at H.M. Factory Gretna (and any other names they are known by): Ellen Frampton Dore nee Tuckey
Date and Place of Birth: 11th May 1863, Lidyard Millicent, Wiltshire
Date and Place of Death: 15th November 1944, Oxford
Childhood: 4th of at least 7 children
Parents: Richard Frampton Tuckey and Sarah nee Badcock
Parent’s occupations: Yeoman farmer
Schools / universities attended and years of attendance: N/K
Occupation: Matron at Gretna, otherwise, own means.
Place of residence at Gretna: 2-22 Halifax Road, Eastriggs. Rodney Hostel
Job title at Gretna: Matron at Gretna.
Marital status: Married William John Dore. Widowed in 1901
Children: One son.
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Ellen Frampton Dore nee Tuckey was born on 11th May 1863 in Wiltshire to Richard Frampton Tuckey and Sarah nee Badcock.
1881 – Brook Farm, Lidyard Millicent. Motehr head of house, listed as married and farmer’s wife but no husband listed. Farmer’s wife of 132 acres employing 5 men and 2 boys. Ellen 4th of 7 children
26th November 1884- married William John Dore , 31 year old yeoman at Lidyard Millicent.
1891-living at Bourton, Berkshire. Husband a farmer.
1901- Western Lodge, Western Supermare, living with husband at brother’s house with 1 sons.
Q2 1901 – husband died in Bath registration district.
1911 – 195 Woodstock Road, Oxford. Living on own means. widowed, 1 son and 1 maid.
WW1- employed as a matron of Rodney Hostel, Eastriggs, living at 2-22 Halifax Road, Eastriggs. (Electoral Register – Miss Ellen F Dore- and Valuation Roll)
1921 – Ellen Frampton, Anton William Bridges, Charles Stewart and 16 others are on this record in Headlington, Oxfordshire.
1939 – 87 Beech Croft Road, Oxford. Single. No occupation
15th November 1944 died aged 81 at Radley Infirmary, Oxford of 67 Bainton Road, Oxford.
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