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301 Although living together as husband and wife, no marriage record has been found in the BMD registers. Family F205
 
302 Although no record has been found of William's emigration, we know that he left Plymouth, England for a new life in New South Wales, Australia. Whilst there, he met and married his wife Amy and they had their first son.
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Kendall, William Henry (I8189)
 
303 Although not 100% confirmed, there is a record of a passport application for a WH Kendall on this date. Kendall, William Henry (I8189)
 
304 Although registered as 'Tarsus' in the BMD register, Tarsus seems to adopt the first name 'George' in later years. Whether this was his original middle name, is unknown. Maggs, Tursus (I20847)
 
305 Although registered as Fanny Walker, in future censuses, she uses the names Frances and Florence. Walker, Fanny (I24147)
 
306 Although registered at birth as Frederick Nash, he assumed the name Frederick Willis by the 1911 census. It is likley that Frederick's father was Frederick Willis (senior) who was a lodger at Mary Ann Nash's house in 1901 and who she later named as her husband by 1911. Nash, Frederick (I17072)
 
307 Although the marriage was recorded as Jonas Harper to Mary Cook, Mary was in fact born prior to the marriage of her 'parents' and therefore was recorded as Mary Butler. Family F159
 
308 Although the reason remains a mystery, Thomas and his brothers changed their surname to 'Brudenell'. Upon his marriage to Catherine in 1851, he used the name 'Thomas Brudenell' but it appears that he frequently switched back and forth between Adcock and Brudenell. Adcock (Brudenell), Thomas (I9449)
 
309 Although this vessel's normal station was North America and West Indies, the exact location of the ship on the night of the census was recorded by the Commander. Taylor, Joseph (I11850)
 
310 Although unconfirmed, it appears that Thomas and Rose eloped to Australia. They travelled as husband and wife aboard the clipper "Blanche Moore" arriving in Melbourne on 30 August 1862.
Rose's grandson says; "... It may have been that her father Michael Gateley had objected to her marriage, because her marriage took place after his death ...", and about Thomas' father, Thomas, he says: "... Thomas Caldecutt (snr) died on 25 October 1868, and his will was proved by his two sons, Edward Caldecutt of 48 Brunswick Road, Liverpool – engraver, and Thomas Caldecutt of 90 Wood Street, Liverpool – looking glass maker. So Thomas was back in England from Australia as at this date." 
Family F5641
 
311 Amanda arrived from Bermuda aboard the ship "SS Orcoma" on 25 July 1932. She is accompanied by her daughter, Dennecia, aged 7. From Amanda's travel arrangmemts, it appears that Dennecia may have been brought to England for her education. Amanda gives her occupation as a teacher and their UK address as: 56, Llandaff Road, Cardiff.
From Place: Bermuda, West Indies 
Thorley, Amanda Melvina Ann (I27009)
 
312 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. You must register/log in to see this item. Living (I27028)
 
313 Amanda sailed for Bermuda on the ship "SS Reina Del Pacifico". She was accompanied by a 2 year-old boy called Henry E.R. Eustace. Both give a UK address of 56, Llandaff Road, Cardiff. Amanda gives her occupation as a teacher.
Into Place: Bermuda, West Indies 
Thorley, Amanda Melvina Ann (I27009)
 
314 Amy Emily Gearside was a descendant of a Samuel Gearside who, in 1791, was convicted at York, England of stealing 32 yards of cloth. He was sentenced to 7 years transportation.
Source: Barbara Allen, family researcher.
 
Gearside, Amy Emily (I21298)
 
315 Amy lost both her mother and her husband in 1918 and was living with her sister Emily in Bristol. She went to visit another sister, Gertrude, in Toronto arriving on board the SS Victorian on 25 August 1920 with stepson, Harry. It appears from her 'Declaration of Passenger to Canada' dated 27 Jan 1922, that she spent a year in Canada returning to the UK on 21 August 1921 to settle her affairs.
Into Place: Quebec, Canada 
Bateman, Amy (I22313)
 
316 Amy sailed from Liverpool to Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
Into Place: Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada 
Bateman, Amy (I22313)
 
317 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. You must register/log in to see this item. Living (I4755)
 
318 An article was published in the London Gazette on 9 May 1941, announcing the "Emergency Commissions" of a number of military personnel to the position of 2nd Lieutenant. Included in the list was Clive of The Royal Regiment of Artillery. Wooster, Clive Edward Doré F.R.I.B.A., M.B.I.M. (I26673)
 
319 An inquest into the death of Norah was conducted and cause of death was established.
"Mrs. Hordern had been a passenger in a car travelling from Sydney to Moss Vale on April 12, 1937, when the car came Into collision with a motor lorry travelling In the opposite direction. The police had come to the conclusion that the accident might have resulted from some error in judgment, but that there was no criminal negligence, and no action had been taken against either party.
Dr. Wilfred Evans, in a statement, said that he thought Mrs. Hordern's death was caused by cerebral haemorrhage, resulting from head injuries which she received in the accident. Mrs. Hordern recovered from the immediate effects of the accident, but, after some months, her condition deteriorated, and she eventually died."

Source: Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 4 August 1938 
White, Norah Ebsworth (I24795)
 
320 An obituary was published in a local newspaper and a copy (attached) was supplied by James Cox. McCardle, Frances Lilian (I21789)
 
321 An obituary was published in the 'Freeman's Journal'Boland, Mary Grace (I21480)
 
322 Andrew changed his name to Andrew Ellis Ellis at some time during the Napoleonic Wars. Later in life, he dropped the name 'Andrew' and just used the name Ellis Ellis. de Vezian, Andrew Ellis (I22077)
 
323 Andrew was a naturalised Frenchman of Huguenot extraction. Vezian, Andrew (I22078)
 
324 Ann died a spinster Winterbotham, Ann (I15591)
 
325 Ann married under her married name, GODDARD Family F7224
 
326 Ann was a widow. Previously, Ann Watts Family F6681
 
327 Ann was committed to the Asylum. Fowler, Ann (I29131)
 
328 Anne, her husband William and their son Llewellyn, sailed aboard the SS Dover Castle, bound for Port Elizabeth, South Africa. The voyage was scheduled to take 49 days. William (a miner) and Ann gave their ages as 28, whilst Llewellyn was just 1 year old.
Into Place: Algoa Bay, South Africa 
Loxley, Anne Lixton (I20131)
 
329 Annie and Walter had 5 recorded children. Family F3945
 
330 Annie comitted suicide whilst visiting her sister, Emily. Annie's death was reported in several newpapers, even as far away as New Zealand. Her death certificate records her as being the widow of Frederick Wooster but Annie never married. She was the mistress of Frederick Leyland. Wooster, Annie Ellen (I11498)
 
331 Annie Moore of 294, Derbyshire Lane, Sheffield, made an application for a summons to be served on Ernest relating to the birth of a bastard child, of which, he was the father. At the time, Ernest was a Private, serving in "G" Company, Notts and Derbyshire Regiment, in Fermoy, Ireland. Under the Poor Law Amendment Act, 1844, Ernest was ordered to pay the sum of two shillings and sixpence per week in maintenance of the child until the child reaches the age of 14 or dies (if before). Ernest was further ordered to pay 10 shillings and sixpence, being the expenses incidental to the birth of the child and and a further sum of forty-five shillings and sixpence, in court costs. Barber, Ernest (I27271)
 
332 Annie Singleton Kay was the niece and principal beneficiary of Lawrence Rostron of Singleton Brook, Higher Broughton, near Manchester, who died in 1880. From his will, Annie inherited a number of properties in and around, Manchester. Kay, Annie Singleton (I9660)
 
333 Annie sought maintenance and costs for her bastard daughter, Nancie, from the father, Ernest Barber. Moore, Annie (I27276)
 
334 Annie Wooster received the income from £20,000 (with a guaranteed interest of 4%) until her marriage or death. The same sum was held in trust for each of her 2 children, Frederick and Frank. To raise the necessary capital to fund these bequests, the trustees (Daughters Florence and Elinor) were instructed to sell from the estate whatever was required. This resulted in the sale of 49, Prince's Gate, including all of it's art and furnishings. Leyland, Frederick Richards (I17930)
 
335 Announcement in "The Times" of India Wooster, Elsie Louisa (I11383)
 
336 Anthony, a merchant, was born on 16 July 1819 in London, the eldest son of Anthony Hordern and his wife Ann, nee Woodhead, of Retford, Nottingham.

The Horderns moved to Melbourne in 1839 and Anthony (I) became a town councillor, but Anthony (II) returned to Sydney in 1844 with his brother Lebbeus, and opened a drapery store on Brickfield Hill. In 1856, The business moved to larger premises in the Haymarket, Sydney. By the time that Anthony II's sons, Anthony III and Samuel had joined the business In 1869, this store had become, Anthony Hordern and Sons.

Anthony died on 9 June 1869, survived by four sons and two daughters and by his wife, who died at Darling Point, Sydney, on 18 January 1871. 
Hordern, Anthony (I14778)
 
337 Appeared in Deaths announcement, Plymouth and Devonport Weekly Journal, Plymouth, August 18th 1842:

"In all the relations of private life she discharged her duties with exemplary diligence, and unaffected goodness. She was the unwearied friend of the distressed -- her hand was "open as day to melting charity". To the unwearied exertions and great energy of this lamented lady, we are indebted for the formation of the Devon and Cornwall Female Orphan Asylum at Plymouth, and also the establishment of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum at Devonport; her chief delight was to console the widow and protect the fatherless. Her end was peace." 
Fincham, Mary (I18981)
 
338 Approx DOB calculated from age at enlistment into the British Army. Pelluet, Cyril Hector Turner (I24585)
 
339 Approximate birth year is calculated from age at burial. Tuffin or Griffin, Sarah (I28040)
 
340 Approximate birth year is calculated from age at burial. Caines, Andrew (I28039)
 
341 Approximate year of birth calculated from age at burial Peters, Mary (I25357)
 
342 Approximate year of birth calculated from age at death although the IGI has one Thomas Seby christened on 21 March 1756 in Chesterton Parish. Could this be him? Seeby, Thomas (I25370)
 
343 Approximate year of birth calculated from age at death. Anderson, David (I25981)
 
344 Approximate year of birth is calculated from age at burial which was given as 90. Williams, Mary (I22079)
 
345 Archie was illigitimate. Bricknell, Archibald Tothill (I17190)
 
346 Around 100,000 children ("Home Children", as they were known), were migrated to Canada from the UK between 1870 and 1948, 30,000 of which through Dr Barnardo's. Many of the children were vagrants, either homeless or living in poverty in the workhouse. Some were simply abandoned to Dr Barnardo's because one of their parents had died and the surviving parent couldn't afford to keep all of their offspring.

Ada was part of a group of 101 children from Dr Barnardo's. There were other groups of "waifs and strays" sent by other agencies aboard the "Parisian", scheduled to arrive in Canada on 2 Aug 1901.
Into Place: Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
Bradshaw, Ada Florence (I8765)
 
347 Arrived aboard SS Cephalonia in Boston on 24 Mar 1891. Source: Boston Passenger Lists - Arrivals
Into Place: Boston, Lincolnshire, England 
Wallington, Ada Jane (I7575)
 
348 Arrived aboard SS Cephalonia in Boston on 24 Mar 1891. Source: Boston Passenger Lists - Arrivals
Into Place: Boston, Lincolnshire, England 
Bassett, Francis (I6768)
 
349 Arrived in Australia on board the "Blenheim" on 9 July 1855
Into Place: New South Wales, Australia 
Pearce, Miles Vick (I7086)
 
350 Arrived in Australia on board the "Blenheim" on 9 July 1855
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Pearce, Tryphena Vick (I7151)
 
351 Arrived in Australia on board the "Blenheim" on 9 July 1855
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Pearce, Emma Vick (I7150)
 
352 Arrived in Australia on board the "Blenheim" on 9 July 1855
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Pearce, Alfred Vick (I7146)
 
353 Arrived in Australia on board the "Blenheim" on 9 July 1855
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Pearce, Samuel Vick (I7145)
 
354 Arrived in Australia on board the "Blenheim" on 9 July 1855
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Chandler, Elizabeth Jane (I7143)
 
355 Arrived in Australia on board the "Blenheim" on 9 July 1855
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Pearce, George Vick (I7142)
 
356 Arrived in Australia on board the "Blenheim" on 9 July 1855
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Cratchley, Priscilla (I7139)
 
357 Arrived in Hobart, Tasmania on 20 October 1831 aboard the ship "Lotus".
Into Place: Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 
Everett, Edward (I25251)
 
358 Arrived in Hobart, Tasmania on 20 October 1831 aboard the ship "Lotus".
Into Place: Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 
Everett, Charles (I25250)
 
359 Arrived in Hobart, Tasmania on 20 October 1831 aboard the ship "Lotus".
Into Place: Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 
Everett, Martha (I25249)
 
360 Arrived in Hobart, Tasmania on 20 October 1831 aboard the ship "Lotus".
Into Place: Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 
Mitchburn, Martha (I25246)
 
361 Arrived in Hobart, Tasmania on 20 October 1831 aboard the ship "Lotus".
Into Place: Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 
Everett, Robert (I25245)
 
362 Arrived in Hobart, Tasmania on 20 October 1831 aboard the ship "Lotus".
Into Place: Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 
Everett, Robert (I13763)
 
363 Arrived in Melbourne on 5 January 1853
Into Place: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 
Giles, Elizabeth (I2233)
 
364 Arrived in Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia on 25 August 1854 aboard the 'Ghengis Khan'. He arrived with his parents and siblings.
Into Place: Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia 
Boland, Edmund (I21495)
 
365 Arrived in Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia on 25 August 1854 aboard the 'Ghengis Khan'. He arrived with his wife Anne and their children.
Into Place: Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia 
Boland, John Edmond (I21489)
 
366 Arrived in Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia on 25 August 1854 aboard the 'Ghengis Khan'. She arrived with her husband John and their children.
Into Place: Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia 
Murphy, Anne Mary (I21490)
 
367 Arrived in Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia on 25 August 1854 aboard the 'Ghengis Khan'. She arrived with her parents and siblings.
Into Place: Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia 
Boland, Deliah (I21497)
 
368 Arrived in Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia on 25 August 1854 aboard the 'Ghengis Khan'. She arrived with her parents and siblings.
Into Place: Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia 
Boland, Elizabeth (I21496)
 
369 Arrived in Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia on 25 August 1854 aboard the 'Ghengis Khan'. She arrived with her parents and siblings.
Into Place: Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia 
Boland, Mary Grace (I21480)
 
370 Arrived in Portland on 9 Apr 1853 on board 'Eliza'
Into Place: Portland, Victoria, Australia 
Witham, George (I1945)
 
371 Arrived in Portland on 9 Apr 1853 on board 'Eliza'
Into Place: Portland, Victoria, Australia 
Bricknell, Sarah (I1931)
 
372 Arrived on 13 Dec 1867 aboard "Sir Robert Sale". NB: I have no absolute proof that this is the record for Jane Flynn. However, this is the only record found between 1828 and 1896, that matches her date and place of birth.
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Flynn, Jane (I8546)
 
373 Arriving on the SS Scotian on 19 August 1919 were Ernest, Emily and their two daughters, Eileen and Muriel. They give their intended permanent address in the UK as: Doddington Rectory, March, Cambridgeshire.
From Place: Montréal, Québec, Canada 
Miller, Muriel Victoria Brake (I26869)
 
374 Arriving on the SS Scotian on 19 August 1919 were Ernest, Emily and their two daughters, Eileen and Muriel. They give their intended permanent address in the UK as: Doddington Rectory, March, Cambridgeshire.
From Place: Montréal, Québec, Canada 
Miller, Eileen Margaret (I26867)
 
375 Arriving on the SS Scotian on 19 August 1919 were Ernest, Emily and their two daughters, Eileen and Muriel. They give their intended permanent address in the UK as: Doddington Rectory, March, Cambridgeshire.
From Place: Montréal, Québec, Canada 
Miller, Ernest George (I26865)
 
376 Arriving on the SS Scotian on 19 August 1919 were Ernest, Emily and their two daughters, Eileen and Muriel. They give their intended permanent address in the UK as: Doddington Rectory, March, Cambridgeshire.
From Place: Montréal, Québec, Canada 
Kingham, Emily (I21750)
 
377 Arthur (Serviceman 35116), was serving in the Household Cavalry and Cavalry of the Line (incl. Yeomanry and Imperial Camel Corps), 20th Hussars, when he was killed in action, probably in the Moreuil Wood offensive. Cox, Arthur Noel (I21881)
 
378 Arthur (Serviceman 689), was serving with the 30th Battalion of the Australian Infantry when he was killed near Fromelles, France. He was killed on 19th or 20th during fierce fighting in which a large number of Australians lost their lives. James, Arthur Mossop (I26458)
 
379 Arthur - Serviceman NX92356, joined the Australian Army on 13 March 1942 and had reached the rank of Corporal by the time of his discharge on 11 April 1946. His posting at Discharge was given as 3 Australian Base Ordnance Depot. Stagg, Arthur Clifton (I21094)
 
380 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. You must register/log in to see this item. Living (I23990)
 
381 Arthur and his wife, Edith, sailed aboard the SS Finland bound for New York where he is to join the SS Karoo. He gives his occupation as a 'Master Mariner' Wooster, Captain Arthur William O.B.E. (I12464)
 
382 Arthur and Margaret (by now retired), sailed aboard the SS "Himalaya" bound for Australia. The passenger manifest indicates that they arrived on 22 July 1960 and their destination was: 101, Broken Bay Road, Ettalong, New South Wales.
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Beardsmore, Arthur (I27458)
 
383 Arthur and Margaret (by now retired), sailed aboard the SS "Himalaya" bound for Australia. The passenger manifest indicates that they arrived on 22 July 1960 and their destination was: 101, Broken Bay Road, Ettalong, New South Wales.
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Dodimead, Margaret Lilian (I27132)
 
384 Arthur and Margaret arrived for a few weeks visit to the UK aboard the SS "Strathaird". They give their destination in the UK as: 11, West End, Melksham, Wiltshire, (Margaret's birthplace).
From Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Beardsmore, Arthur (I27458)
 
385 Arthur and Margaret arrived for a few weeks visit to the UK aboard the SS "Strathaird". They give their destination in the UK as: 11, West End, Melksham, Wiltshire, (Margaret's birthplace).
From Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Dodimead, Margaret Lilian (I27132)
 
386 Arthur and Rachel had 11 children altogether, but I have only added the 3 that are connected with the White families. Family F6992
 
387 Arthur arrived in Seattle, Washington having emmigrated from British Columbia
Into Place: Seattle, Washington, USA 
Langabeer, Arthur (I12854)
 
388 Arthur arrived in Sydney aboard the ship "Themistocles" on 11 January 1912
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
James, Arthur Mossop (I26458)
 
389 Arthur entered into a business partnership with Thomas Hunt, another major cloth manufacturer and businessman in Gloucestershire, thus forming the Hunt and Winterbotham Cloth Company. Winterbotham, Arthur Brend (I13711)
 
390 Arthur is described as a visitor to the household of Charles Seale Hayne, also a Member of Parliamant. Winterbotham, Arthur Brend (I13711)
 
391 Arthur left aboard the "SS Orient" bound for Sydney, New South Wales, Austalia. His occupation was given as a "Clerk". He arrived on 25 December 1885.
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Dodimead, Arthur (I26036)
 
392 Arthur sailed aboard the SS Ausonia bound for Halifax, Canada.
Into Place: New York City, USA 
Wooster, Arthur Edward (I23965)
 
393 Arthur was a First-Class cricketer. he played for Gloucestershire cricket club. He was described as a right-hand batsman and a right-arm slow bowler. Winterbotham, Arthur Strachan (I14067)
 
394 Arthur was brought up with trains. Both his father and his older brother Henry were employed on GWR. Arthur's career spanned 45 years starting as an engine cleaner and retiring as a driver. (See attached employee record.) Sharman, Arthur Edmund (I20601)
 
395 Arthur was employed by the United Africa Company Ltd. He can regularly be found travelling between the UK and West Africa between 1930 and 1940 before marrying Hilda.

In February of 1920, Lever Brothers purchased the Niger Company to further consolidate its position on the West African Coast. This Company not only traded in Nigeria, it apparently ran the country much along the same lines as the East India Company did in India. William Lever died in 1925 leaving the Company in an extremely vulnerable situation but within a few years the fortunes of the loss making Niger Company had reversed even after a protracted struggle with its rival the African and Eastern Trade Corporation. In 1929 the two Companies merged renaming itself the United African Company (Palm Line). A few months later Lever Brothers merged with the Dutch Margarine Union becoming the Unilever Group. United Africa Co. became a subsidiary of the Unilever Group. 
Wooster, Arthur Leonard (I12438)
 
396 Arthur was granted a Ship's Master and Mates Certificate (Cert No 031938). Wooster, Captain Arthur William O.B.E. (I12464)
 
397 Arthur was serving with the 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment when he was killed. Stubbs, Arthur William (I22365)
 
398 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. You must register/log in to see this item. Living (I14441)
 
399 Arthur, his wife and children (Clara, George and James), retuned to Sydney, New South Wales aboard the SS "Omrah". They arrived there on 6 November 1901.
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Dodimead, Clara Adelaide (I26040)
 
400 Arthur, his wife and children (Clara, George and James), retuned to Sydney, New South Wales aboard the SS "Omrah". They arrived there on 6 November 1901.
Into Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
Dodimead, George Arthur (I26039)
 

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