Arthur HopkinsAge: 91 years1891–1982
- Arthur Hopkins
- Given names
|Birth|| January 7, 1891|
Address: New House, Underfforest
| Birth of a son|
|Dennis Alan Hopkins|
September 26, 1919 (Age 28 years)
Variously a tinplater, furnaceman and Railway porter
|Baptism of a son||Dennis Alan Hopkins|
November 23, 1919 (Age 28 years)
|Census|| September 29, 1939 (Age 48 years)|
Address: 1 Francis Terr
|Death of a wife||Daisy May Drury|
February 8, 1974 (Age 83 years)
Address: Port Talbot Hospital
|Death|| October 1982 (Age 91 years)|
|Family with Daisy May Drury|
Birth: January 7, 1891 — Aberdulais, Glamorganshire, Wales
Death: October 1982 — Port Talbot, Glamorganshire, Wales
Daisy May Drury
Birth: October 28, 1893 20 21 — Wolfsdale, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Death: February 8, 1974 — Neath, Glamorganshire, Wales
Dennis Alan Hopkins
Birth: September 26, 1919 28 25 — Neath, Glamorganshire, Wales
Death: February 6, 1999 — Warrington, Cheshire, England
- Generation 1
Arthur Hopkins, variously a tinplater, furnaceman and Railway porter, was born on January 7, 1891 in Aberdulais, Glamorganshire, Wales and died in October 1982 in Port Talbot, Glamorganshire, Wales at the age of 91. He married Daisy May Drury, daughter of Charles Druryand Elizabeth Grace Phillips.
Arthur Hopkinsand Daisy May Drury: Dennis Alan Hopkins(1919–1999)
- Generation 2back to top
Dennis Alan Hopkins, electrical Engineer (in 1950), electrical engineer (about 1959), lecturer (about 1960) and lecturer (to 1984), son of Arthur Hopkinsand Daisy May Drury, was born on September 26, 1919 in Neath, Glamorganshire, Wales and died on February 6, 1999 in Warrington, Cheshire, England at the age of 79. Dennis Alan Hopkinshad 2 children.
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- Generation 3back to topThe details of this generation are private.
1939 England - Census transcript - Arthur Hopkins - Household RG101/7402D/017/13 1 Francis Terr,Cadoxton,Neath, Neath R.D., Glamorganshire, Wales
A gentle man with a kindly sense of humour. Went to school in Cefn-yr-Allt. Served on Q ship 'Acton' in WW1, which toured from Scapa to Liverpool, Queenstown, Gibraltar, Naples, Bizerta, trying to provoke German U-boats. Tinplate worker (furnaceman) at Aberdulais Tinplate Wks until it closed in 1940's. After that, was a parcelporter on GWR and BR at Neath General until past retirement age. He was quite well-known for wearing clogs without socks. These clogs were like working boots with heavy wooden soles. A lovely man, who used to tell Phil and me (Tony) stories and send them to us by letter. According to Daddy, Pop was at various times a doubler, a behinder and a furnaceman in the tinworks. He bought the house at 1 Francis Terrace in Cadoxton, about 1920. This was renumbered and should have been 13 Church Road, but his daughter Marjorie was superstitious, and it was numbered 11A instead (and I think remains so - 2003). He moved (unwillingly) to his father-in-law's house in Bryncoch in about 1960. At some point (maybe if unemployed?) did oddjobs for Mrs. Curtis, wife of the Neath town clerk (I think that Pop told me this himself).