Frederick Thomas Jenner (1877-1954)

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Frederick Thomas Jenner was born 13 October 1877 at Tidebrook in Wadhurst, Sussex, England, United Kingdom to Thomas Jenner (c1849-?) and Eliza (Kate) Mabbs (c1851-?) and died 25 November 1954 at 35 Hillside Drive in Pontypool, Monmouthshire, Wales, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. He married Lillian Maud England (1879-1958) 1 January 1901 in Bristol, England, United Kingdom.

Frederick Thomas Jenner, the son of Thomas Jenner, was born on 13th October 1877 at Tidebrook, Wadhurst, Sussex and later moved to Mayfield, Kent. He started his adult life as a Salvation Army Officer, but as he was not earning enough money became a Miner.

Frederick Thomas Jenner, Lillian Maud England and their children

Left to Right: Sarah Jane England (grandmother), Florence Eveline Jenner (daughter), Lillian Maud England (mother) with Russell Frederick Jenner (her son in her lap), Lillian Maud Jenner (daughter) standing in front of Frederick Thomas Jenner (father), and Russell England Lanham at the back (a cousin who was brought up by Lillian Maud England)

He married Lillian Maud England (1879-1958) in Bristol on the 1st January 1901. As Lillian was from a Quaker family they married under the Quaker faith; one of the many guests to the wedding was Priscilla G Fry, part of the Fry family who owns the Fry's Chocolate factory in Bristol. Although after their wedding, because Frederick was in the Salvation Army both Frederick and Lillian adopted and religiously followed this faith for the rest of their lives.

After there marriage they lived at Stapleton Road, Bristol, where their first child, Florence Evelyn Jenner was born. They later moved to Abertillary and Crumlin, Wales, where (before the first world war) they had a further five children.

Frederick Thomas Jenner (1877-1954) WW1

Frederick Thomas Jenner - WWI

At the start of the 1st world war Frederick volunteered for the Armed Forces, which he needn't have done as he had a reserved occupation which would have exempted him from active service had he chosen not to volunteer; and according to his daughter (Florence Eveline Jenner 1901-1994) his wife was not pleased with him going. He was away from home for five years and his job in the army was to drive ammunition to the front lines. After the war ended he settled back into civilian life and the family moved back to Bristol, where he became a Painter and Decorator, and where they had another two children, Arthur and Kenneth Jenner.
Jenner family home - The Haven, Middle Road, Staple Hill, Bristol

Jenner family home, The Haven, Middle Road, Staple Hill, Bristol.

On moving back to Bristol they first moved to 39 Ashley Road, then Thicket Avenue and then onto Ridgeway Avenue, Bristol. They then settled at 'The Haven', Middle Road, Staple Hill, Bristol, from where their children married. Lillian and Frederick retired to 10 West Park Road, Downend, Bristol, but later moved to 35 Hillside Drive, Pontypool, Monmouthshire, where in 1954 he died.


Thomas Jenner Thomas Jenner (the father of Frederick Thomas Jenner 1877-1954), born during the early Victorian era was a farm labourer and was known to have lived at Tidebrook, Wadhurst, Sussex.

Thomas Jenner married Eliza (Kate) Mabbs and they had the following three children:-

  • Thomas Jenner - who is known to have lived at Tunbridge Wells, Kent
  • Charles Jenner (1886-1972) - is known to have lived at Mayfield, Kent and had three sons and a daughter. His daughter, Gladys Jenner married Arthur Slade and are known to have lived at Richmond House, South Street, Mayfield, Sussex, and
  • Frederick Thomas Jenner (1877-1954) - The father of Florence Eveline Jenner and seven other children.


Offspring of Frederick Thomas Jenner and Lillian Maud England (1879-1958)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Florence Eveline Jenner (1901-1994) 5 December 1901 Stapleton Road, Bristol, England, United Kingdom 16 January 1994 London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom Edward William Burgess Baglin (1906-1969)

Lillian Maud Jenner (1903-1939) 17 June 1903 6 August 1939 Clifford Taylor

Russell Frederick Jenner (1904-1947) 28 November 1904 England, United Kingdom 16 February 1947 Bristol, England, United Kingdom Ivy May Pool (1903-1987)

Grace Dorothy Jenner (1907-?)
William Thomas Jenner (1908-?)
Edith Louisa Jenner (1911-1987) 20 September 1911 England, United Kingdom 14 March 1987 Bristol, England, United Kingdom Norman Henry Davis (?-1987)

Arthur Jenner (1920-?)
Kenneth Jenner (1924-1944) 25 February 1924 (England) 26 October 1944 Bristol (Bristol+ England)

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