Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys,
mar 1stly to ----.
She died, probably 1889-91.
James had issue by 1st wife:
He must be "James Davis", "wool buyer", widower, age 29 (born 1862), born Westminster, London, who is listed in [UK census, 1891] as living 97 Cambridge Terrace, near Regent's Park, London (see map). Baby Florence not with him (must be being minded elsewhere).
He is listed as "Wool Valuer" at 2nd mar 1896, living 111 Page St, Westminster, London (see map).
He mar 2ndly, 1896,
to Alice Maud Hallandal [born 26 Sept 1876].
They are listed in [UK census, 1901] as living 58 Tollington Rd, Highbury, near Islington, London (see map and street view). He is listed as "wool buyer".
They later lived 31 Wellwood Rd, Seven Kings.
He is listed as "commercial clerk", living 31 Wellwood Rd, at dau's birth 1905.
"James Davis" is listed at 31 Wellwood Rd in [Ilford Directory] 1909 to 1931.
Listed at 31 Wellwood Rd in [Kelly's Directory of Essex] 1917 to 1922.
He was a Liberal. The story is that he was horrified by daughter's Labour job until heard what she was earning.
They both died c.1920s-30s.
Have searched [GRO.UK] for her death 1930-31.
(todo) Try death of Alice M. Davis, [GRO.UK], 1st qr 1930, Romford, age 53 (born 1877), vol 4a p.563.
James seems to have died between 1931 and 1935. In [Ilford Directory] he is listed at 31 Wellwood Rd, Seven Kings up to 1931. The 31 Wellwood Rd entry is missing in 1933, and his son is listed there from 1935.
It was thought they might be bur at Seven Kings, but there does not seem to be a graveyard there.
They might be bur at nearby Ilford cemetery.
No Davis found in [Essex FHS survey of St.Mary's cemetery, Ilford, [ICL]] but this is only partial survey of St.Mary's, and also doesn't cover municipal cemetery.
James had issue by 2nd wife:
Alice Maud Hallandal
Florence Davis (born 1889)
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