If you click on the following links you will be able to read about some of the more interesting individuals discovered in this One-Name Study.
The list is arranged alphabetically, by first name. Not all the individuals have their own webpage, but those that do are underlined and show up as a hyperlink. To go to the page just click on this hyperlink.
Albert Harry GUMMERY
(1871-1947) a photographer and veteran of the Boer War who was a keen
shooter for the Martley Air Rifle Club in
(1875-1915) a Company Sergeant Major with the Kings Shropshire Light
Infantry who died of wounds in
Charles Alphonse Achille
GUMERY & Adolphe Ernest GUMERY four
generations of a family of sculptors and artists from the Passy district of
Edme GOMERY a French artist who worked for the Royal Factory of Sèvres painting porcelain between 1756 and 1758.
Edward, Elizabeth and
Ann GUMMERY a family who were horrifically murdered in their
beds in Berrow,
James GUMMERY (1888-1917) served with the "Grimsby
Chums" during World War 1 and was killed in action in
Ezekiel GUMMERY (1804-1887)
publican at the Cock in
Ezekiel GUMMERY (1882-1915) killed in action at Gallipoli during World War 1.
Gyorgy GÖMÖRI - George
GOMORI (1904-1957) a Hungarian who emigrated to the
George GUMERY (1887-1912) who went down with the Titanic.
Henry GUMMERY (1832-1912) a British Victorian landscape and still life artist.
Johannes GÖMERE / John GUMMERE (c1670-1738) who fled religious persecution and settled in Pennsylvania, USA founding the American Gummere family, featuring some of his descendents.
John GOMERY (c.1789 - 1860) joined the Royal West India Rangers and
Henry GOMERY (1910 - 1980) taken
prisoner by the Japanese at the fall of
Mary GUMERY (1822-1887) probable owner of a rosewood box with inscription Mary Gummry Her Box Oct 11 1840 which turned up in the Herefordshire/Worcestershire border area.
Michael GOMERY (1712-1765) Innkeeper of the White Hart Inn, Whitechapel. His son William Gomery (1737-1802) returned to Worcestershire from where the family originated, and lived in Tinker’s Gate, Bewdley, with connections to the Hill, Tyler and Smith families of Bewdley. A descendant tells their story.
Minnie GOMERY (1875-1967) graduated in 1898 as a Doctor of Medicine in
(1739 - 1781) surgeon of Bewdley, Worcestershire - advertised the
American method of inncoulation against smallpox in Berrow's Worcestershire
Journal in September 1767 for a cost of between one and three guineas. He
claimed to have innoculated hundreds of people in the Bewdley and
Robert GOMERY (c1778-1853) an actor
and singer in early19th century
Robert (MONT)GOMERY (1807-1855) son of the above Robert, who became a Reverend and Poetaster.
Stanley David GUMMERY (1915-1941) a Sergeant with the Royal Air Force Reserve who did not return from naval escort duty off the northern Norwegian coast during World War 2.
Walter Edward GOMERY (1924-1942) who died when HMS Edinburgh, laden with Russian gold, was attacked by a German U-boat in the Barents Sea during World War 2.
Frederick GOMERY (1896-1916) an
Able Seaman with the Nelson Battalion of the Royal Naval Division, died of
wounds received while holding the line between Lens and Vimy Ridge in
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