Honey was born on 1 September 1809 at Lansallos, and baptised there on 25 October 1809. He was Agent to Messrs Pascoe, Grenfell & Sons, copper-merchants, and Pursar in the HEIC (Honourable East India Company) Maritime Service.
Honey married Mary Ann Turner (1814-1889) on 24 November 1834 at St Hilary, Cornwall. Shortly after this they moved to London.
Honey died of typhus fever on 14 August 1847 at Liverpool, Lancashire aged 38. His will was proved on 18 September 1847.
Maritime service: Midshipman Marchioness of Ely 1823/4 and 1825/6; purser Marchioness of Ely 1827/8, Thomas Grenville 1830/1, Buckinghamshire 1832/3.
Source: Farrington, Anthony. A biographical index of East India Company Maritime Service officers 1600-1834. London, British Library, 1999, p. 543.
1841 - 2 St George’s Place, St Mary Newington, Surrey.
It is always nice to hear from other people researching the same Surname. I am not an expert on the Millett family name in fact we could probably teach each other something!