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Malvina HARPER died 16 March 1964 – see Malvina PRITCHARD

Revd. Claude Samuel HOMAN died 5 May 1947

HOMAN the reverend Claude Samuel of 72 Parkstone-road Poole clerk died 5 May 1947 at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. Probate London 14 August (1947) to John Digby Hyde Bankes solicitor Arthur Gerald Biden retired civil servant and the reverend Joseph Pullibank clerk. Effects £24,025 10s 10d.

Eleanor Elizabeth HOULISTON neé Miller died 18 January 1956

HOULISTON Eleanor Elizabeth of 42 Primrose-avenue Chadwell Heath Essex widow died 18 January 1956. Administration London 10 April (1956) to Evelyn Annie Houliston spinster and Hector William Frederick Houliston newsagent and tobacconist. Effects £1,177 8s 5d.

Herbert John HOUSE died 15 August 1958

HOUSE Herbert John of North Holworth Farm Owermoigne Dorset died 15 August 1958 at Dorset County Hospital Dorchester Dorset. Administration London 1 December (1958) to Lloyds Bank Limited. Effects £21,324 17s 6d.

Charles William HOWARD died 28 November 1928

HOWARD Charles William of Egliston Farm Tyneham Dorsetshire died 28 November 1928. Probate London 1 February (1929) to Emily Alice Howard widow and George Frederick Howard farmer. Effects £725 17s 1d.

Elizabeth Anne HULL died 5 March 1917 – see Elizabeth Anne PAULL

James Symes HULL died 17 June 1917

HULL James Symes of Rew House Winterbourne Saint Martin Dorsetshire died 17 June 1917. Probate London 15 August (1917) to John Chilcott Davy and George Mayo farmers and Anne Hull widow. Effects £7,957 4s 2d.

William Shetler HULL died 20 February 1885

HULL William Shetler. 25 April 1885. The Will of William Shetler Hull late of Tyneham in the County of Dorset Farmer who died 20 February 1885 at Tyneham was proved at Blandford by William Shetler Hull of Druce Farm in the County of Dorset Joseph Symes Hull of Stinsford Farm in the said County and James Symes Hull of Lower Bockhampton Farm in the said County Farmers the Sons the three Executors. Personal; Estate £1,942 10s 2d.

William Shetler HULL died 20 October 1897

HULL William Shetler of Druce Piddletown Dorsetshire farmer died 20 October 1897. Probate London 2 December (1897) to Susan Frances Hull widow William Shetler Hull farmer and Emily Maude Hull spinster. Effects £7,052 15s.

 

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The Homan Family lived at Tyneham Rectory from 1897 to 1913 while Revd. C. S. Homan was Rector. He succeeded Revd. Christopher Wordsworth and was succeeded by Revd. Edward Clifford Hawkes.

Revd. Claude Samuel Homan (1869-1947)

Claude Samuel Horan was born in Umballa, Punjab, India on 13 November 1869. He was educated at Christ’s College, Cambridge where he obtained his B.A.

In 1891 he became Curate of St. Matthias, Plymouth. On 27 April 1982 he married Adelaide Mabel Digby who was born in London in 1862. In 1893 they moved from Devon to Dorset where Claude took up the Curacy of St. Andrew’s, West Stafford. On 30 July 1894, Claude and Adelaide’s first child, a son, Digby Arden Homan, was born in Meriden, Warwickshire.

In 1896 Claude took up the position of Rector of the neighbouring parish of Winterbourne-Came with Winterbourne-Farringdon (and Incumbent of Whitcombe).

On 12 July 1896, while at Winterbourne-Came, Claude and Adelaide had twins: a boy, Claude Knox Homan, and a girl, Rachel Adelaide Homan. Unfortunately Rachel died in infancy in May 1897.

That same year, the family moved from Winterborne-Came to Tyneham, where Claude became Rector of Steeple-cum-Tyneham and also Rector of East Holme. They lived at Tyneham Rectory from 1897 to 1913.

Extract from Kelly’s Directory 1898 for Steeple:

The living is a rectory, annexed to that of Tyneham, joint net yearly value £336, with residence and 25 acres of glebe, 5 of which are in Steeple, in the gift of Nathaniel Bond esq. and held since 1897 by the Rev. Claude Samuel Homan B.A. of Christ’s College, Cambridge, who is also rector of East Holme, and resides at Tyneham.

Claude remained as Rector of Steeple-cum-Tyneham until 1913 when he moved on to Frampton where he was Vicar until 1916.

While at Frampton Claude and Adelaide received the tragic news that their younger son Claude Know Homan, the twin of daughter Rachel, had been killed in action on 18 September 1915 while serving as Lieutenant in the 6th battalion of the Dorsetshire Regiment. He was just 19 years old.

Less then six months later, Claude and Adelaide were dealt a further cruel blow when they learned that their only surviving child, Digby Arden Homan had died on 12 March 1916 in British East Africa while serving with the 2nd Rhodesia Regiment. He was just 21. In the wake of these tragedies, Claude relinquished his post of Vicar.

A few years after the War, in 1921, Claude became Curate of St. Mary’s, Longfleet in Poole and then Chaplain of Costebelle in France from 1922 until 1925.

After his retirement, Claude and Adelaide lived at Hillmorton, Wyndham-road, Parkstone, Dorset. Adelaide died on 27 Feb 1947 in Poole and Claude died just over two months later on 5 May 1947 at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, aged 78.

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1947: Death of Revd. Claude Samuel Homan

HOMAN – On May 5, 1947, CLAUDE SAMUEL HOMAN of 72, Parkstone Road, Poole, formerly Rector of Carne, Tyneham, Frampton, Stockton, the Diocese of Salisbury, and for three years Chaplain at Costobello, South of France, aged 78. Cremation at [illegible] Crematorium to-morrow (Friday). Service ; St. Peter’s Church, Parkstone, later.… Continue reading

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1947: Death of Revd. Claude Samuel Homan

HOMAN On May 5, 1947, CLAUDE SAMUEL HOMAN of 72, Parkstone Road, Poole, formerly Rector of Carne, Tyneham, Frampton, Stockton, the Diocese of Salisbury, and for three years Chaplain at Costobello, South of France, aged 78. Cremation at [illegible] Crematorium to-morrow (Friday). Service ; St. Peter’s Church, Parkstone, later. No flowers, by request.

Published by Poole & Dorset Herald, 8 May 1947

[Claude Samuel Homan (1867-1947)]