Alice May Sampson 1895-1948 & Clarence Mungles 1899-1976
Married 13 Sep 1922 at the Register Office in Penzance, Cornwall. Witnesses Leslie G. Uren and J. Nicholas.
Alice May Sampson
Third child of William Curnow & Alice Sampson
Born: 1895 in Cornwall
Died: 1948 in Cornwall
Born: 14 Aug 1899 Hayle, Cornwall
Died: 1976 in Cornwall
Occupation: Autoworker (1928)
Alice May Sampson married Clarence Mungles the year before they left with her parents and sister to join her brothers who had already acquired work in Michigan. The records indicate that Alice lived in the US from 1923 up to 1936. A decision was made to return to Cornwall and it is assumed that Clarence went ahead and thus we find Alice and her daughters making the trip back to Cornwall in 1936. It appears that Clarence and Alice lived the remainder of their lives in Cornwall.
Alice May Sampson with her family in the 1901 English Census for Crowlas, Ludgvan, Cornwall
Alice May Sampson staying with her great uncle John Sampson – 1911 English Census Gwinear, Hayle, Cornwall
Clarence & Alice May Mungles – Mauretania passenger list 1923 – Southhampton to New York
Clarence Mungles entry in Detroit City Directory for 1928
Clarence & Alice May Mungles with daughters – 1930 US Census – 317 Pilgrim Ave Highland Park, Wayne County, Michigan
Alice May Mungles with daughters return to Cornwall – 1936 passenger list for the Ausonia- Montreal Quebec to Plymouth