Phoebe Teresa Fulthorp, neé Phoebe Teresa Hosking was born on the 27th of May 1849 (1846) in London, England.
NOTE: that Fulthorp is the correct spelling, NOT Fulthorpe, as is listed on her death certificate, and also at the Woodlands website UPDATE: Apparently the family name is Fulthorpe, but the "e" was dropped in the late 1880's.
Pheobe Teresa Fulthorp died on the 11th of July 1925 at Woodlands hospital from a cerebral haemorrhage, after suffering for many years with terminal dementia; and she is buried at Woodlands cemetery, New Westminster, B.C.
She lived at Woodlands for 26 years, starting in 1899. Her husband immigrated in 1879, so I guess that she was with him at that time, unknown where they were before her husband first shows up in the local directories for 1896.
Her father was Henry James Hosking ( 1818 - 1882 ), a boot-maker, who was married to Jane Perkins ( 1821-? )
The 1861 census captures the family living at, 15 Frances St, Woolwich, Kent, England RG 9/404/143/7
Henry James Hosking 43 boot-maker
Jane Hosking 40
Phoebe Hosking 15 born at London
Fanny Hosking 14 born at London
Esther Hosking 11 born at Woolwich
Phyllis Hosking 7 born at Woolwich
Lily Hosking 2 born at Woolwich
Henry W. Hosking 1 born at Woolwich
Pheobe was married on the 28th of December 1872 at the St. Mary Magdalene church, Woolwich, Kent, England;
To Alfred Ernest Fulthorp (b. Greenwich, London 24 May 1850, he suffered for one week with pneumonia and died at the Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver on the 8th of February 1911 ); his parents were: George Fulthorp and Jane unk
The 1901 Canada Census finds Alfred in Vancouver, working as a stoker, at the gas works. The census states that he immigrated to Canada in 1879, and I first find him in the Vancouver directories for 1896 working as an express man and living on Keefer Street, the 1905 directory lists him as a fireman for the gas works, and living at 611 Keefer St.
By the 1910,1911 directories he is listed as an engineer.
A card of thanks was put into the Vancouver paper, after Alfred's death and says thank you for the sympathy shown at the time of the accident?? and death. Put into the paper by Alfred’s brother E. Fulthorp, Winnipeg, Manitoba ( the closest match to E. Fulthorp is found in the 1901 Census ( page one )-( page two ) under George E. Fulthorp
G. E. Fulthorp- of the city, is now in Vancouver, where he took charge of the
arrangements for the funeral of his brother, Alfred Fulthorp, who met with
an accident by falling off a street car in that city, death following a few days
later. The funeral took place Sunday.
So the death certificate for Alfred does not tell the true story of his death, which only lists pneumonia as the cause of death.