|11 February 1854 at Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, England.|
|7 December 1933 in Birmingham.|
|Philip Charles Evans (1809-1886)|
|Anne Thurtell (1820-1905)|
|Frank Butler Bomford (1847-1901) in 1878 in Stroud, Gloucestershire.|
|Francis Butler Bomford (b 5 Jun 1879 at Evesham, d 1943 at Bromsgrove, m 12 Feb 1921 Bertha S J Wallace)|
|Evan Hughes Bomford (b 24 May 1881, d 1975 in Queensland, Australia m. 16 Mar 1908 Frances Elizabeth Chadwick, known as Fanny) and had issue: Evelyn Mary Bomford & Margaret Frances Bomford (m. 1956 Trevor Burgess)|
|Evan Hughes Bomford (m. 1928 Mary Cameron)|
|Edward Chellingworth Bomford (b. 15 May 1883 d. 1942 at Vancouver, BC m. 1911 Rose Forster)|
|Honor Stacey Bomford (b. 1 Jan 1885 at Evesham d. 1953 in Australia m. 1918 Charles Vivian Coghill) 3 boys [one was Vivian Charles Bomford b.6 Feb 1920 d. 29 Aug 2011] and 1 girl|
|Elinor Mary Bomford (b. 9 May 1886, d. unm. Nov 1973 at Kings Heath, Birmingham buried at Atch Lench)|
|Roger Stacey Bomford (or Roger Stacy Bomford b. 28 Mar 1887 at Evesham d. 12 Aug 1911 at Leslie, Sask, Canada).|
In the 1901 census, the 47-year-old Annie (b. at Stonehouse, Glos.) is living in
Penarth, Ashfield Avenue, King’s Heath (Parish of King’s Norton), Worcestershire, with her husband Frank B. Bomford, 54,
retired land surveyor. There are also: son Evans H., 19, mechanical engineer; daughters Honor S., 16, and Eleanor M, 14; son Roger S., 12; and one
general servant. All Annie’s children were born in Evesham, Worcs.
In 1901, Edward Bomford (17, also born Evesham, Worcestershire), son of Annie and Frank, was a banker’s clerk in Much Wenlock, Shropshire. At boarding school in Alcester, Warwickshire, in 1881, along with Theodora, 13, daughter of Henry Bomford (see below), was Letitia Bomford (aged 12), born in Church Lench, Worcestershire.
Probate on Annie’s will in Birmingham to Arnold Ernest Butler, retired manufacturer and Francis Butler Bomford, poultry farmer and Elinor Mary Bomford, spinster. Effects £1473 0s 7d.