NameFrederick Paul Nicholson HOMER , 2C2R
Birth29 Dec 1907, Rosedale, Manitoba
Death12 May 1992, Saanichton, British Columbia
FatherPaul Aitken HOMER (1869-1963)
MotherEmily NICHOLSON (1872-1953)
Birth1908, Duncan, British Columbia, Canada
Death3 Mar 2000, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
FatherAlfred Hilton LOMAS (~1877-)
MotherHilda PREVOST (~1877-)
Marriage16 Oct 1937, Esquimalt, British Columbia
Notes for Frederick Paul Nicholson HOMER
Manitoba Birth Index
December 29, 1907 Frederick Paul Homer, Hospital Rural Municipality of Rosedale, mother Emily, maiden name Nicholson

In the 1911 Canadian census (Township 15, Range 16, Portage La Prairie District, Manitoba )
Paul A. Homer S 1/2 3.15.16, born Sept 1870 in England, emigrated 1887.
Wife Emily born July 1872, England, emigrated 1906.
Son Frederic born Dec 1907. There were 2 domestic servants and 2 labourers.

In the 1921 Canadian census
Metchosin, British Columbia
Head Paul Homer, age 45[should be 50], year of immigration 1903, born England, parents born England, farmer.
Wife Emma Homer, age 40 [should be 49], born England, parents born England.
Son Paul Homer, age 12, born Manitoba, student.
Son John Homer, age 9, born England.
Daughter Joan Homer, age 6, born British Columbia.

British Columbia Marriage registrations
October 16, 1937 Esquimalt, British Columbia, Frederick Paul Homer, age 29, residence Victoria, single, born Neepawa, Manitoba, fataher Paul Atkinson Homer, mother Emily Nicholson and
Anna Vera Lomas, age 29, residence Victoria, single, born Duncan British Columbia, father Alfred Hilton Lomas, mother Hilda Prevost

In the Seattle Passenger and Crew Lists on April 11, 1944 the Fisher Boy No. 2 arrived. The master was Frederick P. Homer age 36 shipped or engaged April 8, 1944 Victoria, BC. He had 20 years service at sea.was 5 feet 9.5 inches tall and weighed 163 lbs. The only other passenger was John K. Homer age 32. He was the Engineer with 15 years experience. he was 6 feet tall and weighed 170 lbs.

In the Seattle Passenger and Crew Lists on October 19, 1944 the Canadian Ms Jalna arrived. The master was Frederick P. Homer. The cook was Anna V. Homer. She had 5 years experience. They were both listed as engaged on April 8, 1940.

British Columbia Death Registrations
Frederick Paul Homer died May 12, 1992 at Saanich Peninsula Hospital, Saanichton, British Columbia
Residence 2166 Mt. Newton Cross Road, Saanichton, B.C.
Wife Anna Vera Lomas
occupation fisherman
born December 29, 1907, Rosedale, Manitoba
Father Paul Aitkin Homer, born England
Mother Emily Nicholson, born England
Informant wife Anne Homer of 129 - 2315 Mills Road, Sidney, B.C.
Notes for Anna Vera (Spouse 1)
In 1911 Canadian Census Cowichan Lake, Quamichan, Nanaimo, British Columbia.
Head Alfred Lomas, born December 1877, British Columbia, age 33, racial origin English, nationality Canadian, Anglican, hotel keeper.
Wife Hilda Lomas, born August 1877 [or 1879], age 32 [or 33], British Columbia, racial origin English, Canadian, Anglican.
Daughter Anna Lomas, born March 1908, British Columbia, age 3.
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