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Thomas Herbert Bumpus
  
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Years covered: 1903


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THOMAS HERBERT BUMPUS
(born Jun-29-1883, died 1966, 82 years old) United Kingdom

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Last updated: 2019-01-30 06:45:19

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Howard A Keeler vs T H Bumpus  0-14919035th Anglo-American universities cable mD60 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense

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Jan-30-19
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  Tabanus: I could not find exact dod.

1883: Thomas Herbert Bumpus, b. Jul-Aug-Sep 1883 in Loughborough (Civil Reg. Birth Index) (b. 29 June 1883 according to 1939 below)

1891 census Loughborough Leicestershire: Alfred A Bumpus, 39, b. in Warwick, Magistrate, Living on Means, Clara E, 39, Wife, Alfred E S, 9, <Thos H, 7>, Frank A, 5.

1901 census Loughborough: Alfred A Bumpus, 49, Living on own means, Clara E, 49, Wife, Alfred E, Son, 19, <Thomas H, Son 14, Attending school, b. in Leicester Loughborough>, Frank A, Son, 15, Arthur S, son, 13

1901: “The following elections are announced: - At St. John’s College, to Open Classical Scholarships – <Mr. T. H. Bumpus of Loughborough Grammar School, …>” (The Globe, 10 Dec 1901, p. 7)

1903: Playing chess for Oxford: <T. H. Bumpus, St. John’s> (Sheffield Evening Telegraph, 24 March 1903, p. 3)

1913: Bumpus, Thomas Herbert, B. A. Oxford: Private tuition. (https://www.british-history.ac.uk/n...)

1914: married in Loughborough to Magdalene P. M. Kley (family tree)

1915: Birth in Warwickshire of son Edward D. Bumpus (1915–1992) (family tree)

1915: Unattached list for the Territorial Force. Thomas Herbert Bumpus to be Second Lieutenant, for service with the King's School Contingent (Warwick), Junior Division, Officers Training Corps. Dated 20th April, 1915. (https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London...)

1924 & 1939: address “24. Newbold-terrace, Leamington” (Warwickshire) (newspaper entries)

1939: Thomas H Bumpus, b. 29 June 83, Schoolmaster (Retired), Madeline Bumpus, b. 24 Jan 90, unpaid domestic duties. (England & Wales register for Wimborne and Cranborne , Dorset)

1966: Thomas H Bumpus, 83, d. Oct-Nov-Dec 1966 (Civil Reg. Death Index for Weymouth, Dorset)

Jan-30-19  Nosnibor: <Tabanus> Thanks for that information. I have established his county match record for Leicestershire between 1900 and 1939. This constituted 31 wins 18 draws and 16 losses. His pre war record was 18 wins, 5 draws and 6 losses.Wins were recorded against H.E.Price,J.A.J.Drewitt(2), R. Blow (2),P. A.Ursell and draws against H.E.Price,T.H.Tyler and B.H.Wood.His father A.A.Bumpus defeated Emmanuel Lasker in a simul on the 10th March 1908 in Leicester where Lasker played over 20 boards.Both he and his father were strong amateur players.
Jan-30-19
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  MissScarlett: <A.A.Bumpus defeated Emmanuel Lasker in a simul on the 10th March 1908 in Leicester where Lasker played over 20 boards>

Source for the date of this simul?

Jan-31-19  Nosnibor: <MissScarlett> Source "Leicester Mercury" 11th March 1908. Lasker played 20 games ,winning 12 drawing three and losing five.A.A.Bumpus was one of the winners.
Jan-31-19
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  MissScarlett: Thanks. Whyld's record of this particular tour is rather sketchy; doesn't even list this simul. Have submitted another of Lasker's losses from it, vs. Draycote, found in the <Hampshire Telegraph>.
Jan-31-19
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  Tabanus: Leicester Mercury is not in https://www.britishnewspaperarchive...
Jan-31-19
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  MissScarlett: I think it's clear he meant the <Leicester Daily Mercury>, of which the <BNA> has limited coverage - 1908 is excluded.
Jan-31-19
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  Tabanus: Yes, I overlooked Leicester <Daily> Mercury. It says available years 1875-1877, 1879, 1889-1890, 1898, 1911, 1939, 1950.
Feb-08-19
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  MissScarlett: When others go high, I go low....

Warwick & Warwickshire Advertiser & Leamington Gazette, February 2nd 1924, p.3:

<The following were summoned for failing to produce motor licences when called on to do so by various police officers in the parishes mentioned, and were each fined 5s. [...] Thomas Herbert Bumpus, schoolmaster, 24. New-bold terrace, Leamington, at Blackdown; [...]>

Warwick & Warwickshire Advertiser & Leamington Gazette, March 18th 1939, p.3:

<The following pedal cyclists were each fined 5s. for failing to conform to halt signs :- [...] Thomas H. Bumpus, Newbold-terrace, Leamington; [...]>

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