Family of Cecil Claude SUMNER and Annie Jane CURRIE

Husband: Cecil Claude SUMNER (1867- )
Wife: Annie Jane CURRIE ( - )
Children: Annie Harriet SUMNER (1891- )
Marriage Q1 1891 Melksham Registration District, Wiltshire

Husband: Cecil Claude SUMNER

Name: Cecil Claude SUMNER
Sex: Male
Father: John SUMNER (1825-1899)
Mother: Mary Ann HOLLOWAY (1829-1888)
Birth Q1 1867 Worton, Wiltshire
Occupation Farrier

Wife: Annie Jane CURRIE

Name: Annie Jane CURRIE
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -

Child 1: Annie Harriet SUMNER

Name: Annie Harriet SUMNER
Sex: Female
Birth 29 Aug 1891 Hilperton, Wiltshire
Christening 4 Oct 1891 (age 0) Hilperton, Wiltshire

Note on Husband: Cecil Claude SUMNER

In 1871 he was living in Erlestoke with his parents and 5 brothers. He was 4 years old and a Scholar.

In 1881 he was living in Erlstoke, Wiltshire with his parents and brother Sidney. He was 14 years old and a Scholar.


On the 4th February 1886 he joined the army (Wiltshire Regiment) at Aldershot where he had signed on for 12 years service.

On 26th May 1900 he enlisted in the Royal Regiment of Artillery for 1 year at Bristol. He was 33 years and 2 months old and described himself as a Shoeing Smith.

On the 3rd.July 1900 he was in the Royal Horse Artillery and states he has lived in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire for at least 3 years. He agreed to serve in the regiment until the age of 41 years. He states that he is a Shoeing Smith but had not been an apprentice.

He served in the Great War in France between 1914-1915 as a Farrier Sargeant, being descharged on the 30th.May 1915.

Note on Wife: Annie Jane CURRIE

Her birth place is not known for sure, however there is a Annie Jane Currie born Q1 in Marylebone, London. More research needed.