John NICHOLS Bertie Philip NICHOLS John William NICHOLS George Reginald NICHOLS Florence May NICHOLS Thomas Sidney TODMAN Reginald B TODMAN Kathleen M TODMAN Ernest Victor NICHOLS Hilda Doris NICHOLS Lilian Violet NICHOLS Leonard NICHOLS Edwin Frank NICHOLS Sarah Jane RATLEY Mini tree diagram
Nichols Family ~1964

Nichols Family ~1964

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Margaret Annie NICHOLS

also known as Maggie

10th Sep 1901 - 2002

Life History

10th Sep 1901

Born in Carleton Forehoe, Norfolk


Married Thomas Sidney TODMAN in Newmarket, Cambridgeshire / Suffolk

Name: Margaret A Nichols to Thomas S Todman
Spouse Surname: Todman
Date of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep 1929
Registration district: Newmarket
Registration county (inferred): Cambridgeshire
Volume Number: 3b
Page Number: 1429


Resident in 22 Cumberland Terrace Mews, St. Pancras, Middlesex, London.1

Nichols (Margaret Annie) 1929 Electoral Register
Living with Archibald Douglas & Elizabeth McAlpine


Birth of son Reginald B TODMAN in Fulham, Middlesex, London


Resident in 8 Anselm Road, Fulham, Middlesex, London.1

Todman (Thomas Sidney) 1931 Electoral Register


Resident in 64 Gowan Avenue, Fulham, Middlesex, London.1

between 1934 and 1936

Resident in 113 Studdridge Street, Fulham, Middlesex, London.1


Birth of daughter Kathleen M TODMAN in Fulham, Middlesex, London


Death of Thomas Sidney TODMAN in Worthing, West Sussex


Died in Kings Lynn, Norfolk


  • London, England, Electoral Registers, 1847-1965
    about Margaret Annie Nichols
    Name: Margaret Annie Nichols
    Electoral Year: 1929
    Parliamentary Division: St Pancras
    County or Borough: Camden
  • In 1929 she was living and in service with:-
    Archibald Douglas McAlpine
    Archibald Douglas McAlpine was born on 19 August 1890.
    He was the son of Sir Robert McAlpine, 1st Bt. and Florence Margaret Palmer.
    He married Elizabeth Meg Sidebottom in 1917.
    He married Diana Christina Dunscombe Plummer, daughter of Bertram Plummer, on 3 July 1945.
    He died in 1981.
    Archibald Douglas McAlpine usually went by his middle name of Douglas.
    He graduated in 1913 with a Cheltenham and Glasgow U Bachelor of Medicine (M.B.) and Bachelor of Surgery (Ch.B.) , Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) 1923).
    He was Member, Royal College of Physicians, London (M.R.C.P.) London , Fellow, Royal College of Physicians, London (F.R.C.P.) 1932, T/Brig RAMC, WW I and WW II (despatches), Consultant Neurologist, MEF 1941–43 and India Cmd and SEAC 1943–45, Emeritus Con in 1921.
  • Archibald Douglas McAlpine (1890-1981) was a graduate of the University of Glasgow who became a distinguished neurologist and a pioneer in research into multiple sclerosis.
    McAlpine was the son of the civil engineering contractor Sir Robert McAlpine, 1st Baronet, and graduated MB, ChB in 1913.
    He served in the RAMC and then as a Surgeon Lieutenant in the Royal Navy during the First World War, when he was mentioned in dispatches.
    After taking higher degrees and working in junior hospital posts, he was appointed Neurologist to the Middlesex Hospital in 1924.
    He served as a Brigadier in the RAMC as an adviser in Neurology during the Second World War, and was mentioned in dispatches again.
    In 1953, McAlpine was leading light in the formation of the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
    His book Multiple Sclerosis (1955) was recognised as the authoritative study of the disorder and was revised and updated in subsequent editions.
    After retiring from the National Health Service, he worked for the World Health Organisation on demyelinating disorders.
    The Douglas McAlpine Research Fellowship, University of Oxford, is named for him.


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