Samuel COLLIS Constance May COLLIS Ethel Dorothy COLLIS Alan Reppington COLLIS Leslie Bertram COLLIS Ethel Constance WALKER Elizabeth Jane COLLIS Samuel Robert COLLIS Arthur Frederic COLLIS Fanny Mary COLLIS Fanny Mary COLLIS Minnie Kate COLLIS Harry Edwin COLLIS Sydney Beecroft COLLIS Charles B COLLIS William COLLIS Frank COLLIS Percy COLLIS Mary Jane TUCKER Mini tree diagram
John Tucker Collis

John Tucker Collis

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John Tucker COLLIS1

1850 - 27th Jan 1945

Wholesale Druggist

Life History


Born in Islington, Middlesex, London


Resident in Islington, Middlesex, London


Occupation Assistant Chemist


Resident in Bristol, Avon

May 1884

Birth of daughter Constance May COLLIS in Clifton, Bristol, Avon

22nd Jul 1886

Birth of daughter Ethel Dorothy COLLIS in Clifton, Bristol, Avon

4th Dec 1900

Birth of son Alan Reppington COLLIS in Clifton, Bristol, Avon


Birth of son Leslie Bertram COLLIS in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset


Occupation Wholesale Druggist


Resident in Green Bank Hotel, Falmouth, Cornwall


Death of Ethel Constance WALKER in Ledbury, Herefordshire

27th Jan 1945


Other facts


Married Ethel Constance WALKER


  • England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915
    about John Tucker Collis Name: John Tucker Collis
    Date of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec 1850
    Registration district: Islington
    Inferred County: Greater London, London, Middlesex
    Volume: 3
    Page: 278
  • Photo Detail:
    Studio portrait of John Tucker Collis with his wife, Ethel Constance [Walker] and their two daughters, Constance Mary [born 1884] and Ethel Dorothy [born 1886] taken by Charles Smith Allen, The Excelsior Studios, Tenby, where they may have been on holiday. They lived in Clifton, Bristol. he was a commercial traveller from Fleishman and Cox, pharmaceuticals.
  • Photo Detail:
    John Tucker Collis at Weston super mere with his wife, Ethel Constance [Walker] and her two sisters, [left] Alice Roan , 2nd from left Ethel, 3rd from left Florence and John [right]. Circa. 1910 (he would have been 60, maybe a little later.)


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