See also

Family of Horace NICKLIN and Ethel Phyllis HOLLOWAY

Husband: Horace NICKLIN (c. 1876- )
Wife: Ethel Phyllis HOLLOWAY (1880-1974)

Husband: Horace NICKLIN

Name: Horace NICKLIN
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth c. 1876
Occupation Engineer (or Clerk?)

Wife: Ethel Phyllis HOLLOWAY

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Ethel Phyllis HOLLOWAY, Phyllis Nicklin (Holloway)

Name: Ethel Phyllis HOLLOWAY
Sex: Female
Father: Frederick Edward HOLLOWAY (1839-1906)
Mother: Elizabeth Jane WILLIAMS (c. 1835-1922)
Birth 24 Oct 1880 Birmingham1
Residence 1881 (age 2) 199 Bolton Road, Aston, Birmingham2
199 Bolton Road, Aston, Birmingham
Residence 1901 (age 20-21) 210 Alum Rock Road, Birmingham
210 Alum Rock Road, Birmingham
Occupation Boot shop assistant
Death 27 Jun 1974 (age 93) Ottershaw Isolation Hospital, Ottershaw1
Cause: Broncho-Pneumonia, congestive heart failure

Note on Marriage

No children

Note on Husband: Horace NICKLIN

Not clear from 1901 census - most likely entry is 25 year old Clerk - which doesn't tie up with Aunty Phil's death certificate that describes him as an engineer.

This Horace Nicklin was born in Birmingham and in 1901 lived at 161 Nechells Park Road - which is the right neck of the woods.

Note on Wife: Ethel Phyllis HOLLOWAY (1)

Aunty Phyll - married Horace Nicklin, who was abusive. Ran away and lived with "Uncle Fred". They adopted a son, Ian. When Fred died, the house was left to Ian. He was supposed to look after Phyll, but for whatever reason, sold the house without telling her. She then moved in with her niece Elizabeth Percival (nee Kempson) and family, initially in Edinburgh (95 Mayfield Road) and then later in High Wycombe and Virginia Water.

Note on Wife: Ethel Phyllis HOLLOWAY (2)

Spent the latter years of her life living with Dick and Elizabeth McDowell (formerly Percival, nee Kempson) at 20 Oak Tree Close, Virginia Water, Surrey.

Note on Wife: Ethel Phyllis HOLLOWAY (3)

It was Phyll who kept the letters that Ralph Copeland wrote to her father, Fred Holloway. She passed them onto her niece, Elizabeth Percival (nee Kempson) who passed them onto her daughter Sheila who sent them to Eric - the keeper of the archive.

Sources

1"Ethel Phylis Holloway Death Certificate".
2"1881 Census".