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1  Cowper, Joan Gladys "Judy" (I25073)
2 Rayner was invested as a Fellow, Royal College of Physicians, London (F.R.C.P.). Batten, Rayner Winterbotham (I15643)
3 "...Cecil and Christina stayed in South Africa until she became pregnant with Frederick. She then returned to Kensington, Victoria, for the birth, and to be with her mother. It was at her mother's home that she gave birth to Fred who was a whopping 11lbs. Three years later Herbert was born, athough he only lived about a year as he had a hole in his heart." - Melissa Haddon. Chapman, Frederick Melbourne (I5304)
4 "...Christine suffered with extreme curvature of the spine. It was so bad in fact, that none of her internal organs were where they were supposed to be. She started out at a tall 5'8" but was hunched over to 5ft when she died. She was affectionately given the name "Little Nan". She endured constant pain but never gave in. She worked harder than anyone and was very good to her grandchildren, Lesley and Noreen whom she protected from a lot of trouble because she thought their father Fred, was too strict." - Mellisa Haddon. Thorburn, Christina Myles (I5302)
5 "...Fred taught at schools all across Victoria including in Pentridge Prison. One of the prisoners who had spent more than half his life behind bars and was illiterate, was so thankful for Pop's tuition that he painted him an amazing picture which my mum still has hanging on her wall.

Fred inherited his father's political views - with WW2 came POW camps everywhere in Australia. I'm not exactly sure how he did it, but he had a number of Italians from his local area bought back home. He also packed up Marie and his two daughters (Lesley and Noreen) in the middle of the night and sent them to Melbourne from their home in Carina when they found out that they were to be interred - Marie was German. Fred told Noreen and Lesley 'This is the only time you are allowed to lie, if anybody asks, your mother is not German!'" - Melissa Haddon 
Chapman, Frederick Melbourne (I5304)
6 "...Frederick married (actually eloped) with Mariechen because Marie's father was painfully strict and didn't want her to marry (he wanted her to look after the farm).
Frederick and Mariechen were the most loving couple you could ever hope to come across. Everyone in my family becomes all starry eyed when they speak of them." - Melissa Haddon. 
Family F1414
7 "...When the Boer War ended, Cecil wrote to Christina Myles Thorburn and asked her to marry him because he needed a wife - no mention of love or romance! For whatever reason she accepted. Accompanied by her youngest sister Lillian, they went to South Africa to be wed. Though the date is sketchy it's believed to have been in 1902." - Mellisa Haddon. Family F1413
8 "Everton Charles Raven, 128,000 acres, No.577, Connulpie Downs."
Source: Trove Newspaper Archives 
Raven, Everton Charles "Ebb" (I21916)
9 "Geoffrey Leyland was a Territorial Army officer when he was granted a temporary commission in the RAF on 4th December 1940 to P/O. He rose to F/O (war subs) on 4th December 1941 and F/Lt on 4th December 1942. He survived the War and reverted back to the Territorial Army continuing his service into the 1950s." (Source: Leyland, Geoffrey Douglas (I23317)
10 "Grocer, of 45 Cardiff Road" Monger, Ivor (I2856)
11 "HARPER John William On Monday, July 20th 2009, John of Cowleymoor Road, Tiverton passed away at home aged 72 years. He will be sadly missed by all his family and friends. The Funeral Service will take place at Taunton Deane Crematorium on Tuesday, July 28th 2009 at 3:30 p.m. Family flowers only please. Donations in memory of John, in aid of Cancer Research UK can be given by retiring collection or may be sent to Walter H. Squires & Son, Chapel of Rest, 11 Wellbrook Street, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 5JW." Source: Western Morning News Harper, John William (I89)
12 "HAYTER, Frederick Thomas of 34 West Street Stratford-upon-Avon died 16 May 1949 at The Hospital, Stratford-upon-Avon. Administration Oxford 6 July to Ronald George Wilson Hayter, Bricklayer and Kathleen Winifred Davis (wife of Henry Arthur Davis). Effects: £3208 16s 10d." Hayter, Frederick Thomas (I23261)
13 "Hill" was Elizabeth's married name, as when she married William Anning, she was a widow. Wood, Elizabeth (I9255)
14 "I understand that he (Horace) fell off his bike as a child and a spoke went into his skull. It was touch and go as to whether he would survive.

In the 1930's, his mother Frances Ford died. As he was very close to her, he was affected very badly by her death." -- Source: Sheila Jackson, descendant. 
Lloyd, Horace William (I3723)
15 "John W. "Wally" Kingham, 97, Indianapolis, passed away Friday March 30, 2012. He was born in Dublin, Ireland on December 20, 1914 to Harry and Molly Hoey Kingham.

Wally arrived in the United States in March of 1958 and began working as a bookbinder at Howard W. Sams and continued to work there until his retirement in 1980. After retiring from Howard W. Sams, Wally worked at the Knights of Columbus Council 3660, where he was a member, for many years. Wally was also a longtime member of St. Mark Catholic Church and the Ancient Order of Hibernians.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Maureen F. Kingham; daughter, Noeline Scott and his brother, Billy Kingham. Wally is survived by his daughters, Mary Ott, Josie Shaw and Ann Cecil; sister, Peggy Kennedy; brother, Larry Kingham; 8 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren and 5 great-great- grandchildren.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday April 3, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. in St. Mark Church. Visitation will be Monday from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. in Daniel F. O'Riley Funeral Home , where morning prayers will be said on Tuesday at 10 a.m. prior to Mass. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.

See original publication at: 
Kingham, John Walter "Wally" (I27483)
16 "Jonas Adams married Emily Cload on 3-Mar-1851. Her mother was Jane Cload and at Emily's birth she said she was a widow, but two months later there was an order issued by the Overseers of the Poor against Thomas RK Tozer of Paignton naming him the father. On Emily's MC it does say Thomas Cload, and on her DC in 1863 her husband says parents were Thomas Cload, Gentleman and Jane Tozer but the Bastardy Order is in the public records for 1823." (Heather Grace) Cload, Emily Tozer (I4896)
17 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. You must register/log in to see this item. Living (I24219)
18 "Kate" sailed aboard the ship "Parisian". On the passenger manifest, she is recorded as a Domestic Servant and she is travelling alone
Into Place: Quebec, Canada 
Handley, Catherine Eliza (I29576)
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. You must register/log in to see this item. Living (I17285)
20 "LEONARD Margaret Lindsay of Enderley Cottage, Amberley Stroud Gloucestershitre, spinster, died 27 January 1959 at 8 Hampden Villas, Slad Road, Stroud. Probate Gloucester 23 April to Brian Trevor Wellington M.B.E. T.D. and Percy Daniel Clarke M.B.E., Solicitors. Effects: &poind;1770 19s. 5d." Leonard, Margeret Lindsay (I22041)
21 "Mary of Salcombe" is described in the 1901 census "Schedule for Vessels", as a House Boat with no means of propulsion permanently moored in Salcombe Harbour. Lapthorn, John Lewis (I10977)
22 "Mr. Daniel Cox, 83 years of age, who had been living at the Southern Cross Hotel, Broken Hill, died suddenly there on Sunday night, after having eaten his tea. Heart failure was the cause of death. Mr. Cox, who was well known in the back country, was a member of the South Australian Police Force about 50 years ago. Messrs. Charles Raven (Mootwmgee) and Bert Raven (Rockwell) are his nephews."

Source: "CONCERNING PEOPLE." The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929) 26 Feb 1917, p. 6. Retrieved from Trove Digitised Newspapers 
Cox, Daniel Jones (I13747)
23 "Rachel" in the book 'The Englishman Who Went Up A Hill and Came Down A Mountain' Davies, Miriam Adeline Jane (I2864)
24 "Rode the rails" east in about 1917 at the time of WW1.
Served 3 apprenticeships (pipe fitting, sheet metal and electrical) at the American Smelting and Refining Company in Garfield, Utah. Worked in these fields and was an electrician in Garfield and Arthur, until moving to California in May 1936, to work as an electrician at Selby [north of San Francisco] which was also an American Smelting and Refining Company smelter for lead, silver and gold. Family lived in the Crockett area. After WW2, moved to Paradise and worked as electrician at the Diamond Lumber Company until closure in 1955, then moved to Hayward, Alameda Co., California and was Custodian for the Hayward School District. 
Monger, Walter Herbert (I2850)
25 "Smith Harriet of 99 Iffley Road Hammersmith Middlesex, Widow died 18 July 1915. Adminstration London 15 Novermber to Walter Sydney Smith, Jewel Case Maker. Effects: £464 16s." Turl, Harriet Restall (I23639)
26 "The Will of Robert Tozer of King Street, Baker Street, Portman-Square, in the County of Middlesex and afterwards of 15 George Street, Wyndham Road but late of Ulric-Street, Wyndham-Road Camberwell in the County of Surrey who died 11 March 1877 at 15 Ulric-Street was proved at the Principal Registry by Robert Joseph Tozer of 15 Ulric-Street, Leather Case Maker, the Son, the Sole Executor. Effects: Under £600." Tozer, Robert (I18399)
27 "Third Baron Ashcombe, the right honourable Roland Calvert Cubitt of Denbies, Dorking, Surrey and of 1, Queen Anne's Gate and of 66, Warwick Square, both in London S.W.1, died 28 October 1962 at Denbies. Probate London 15 November to Milwyn Richard Davies, chartered accountant and Bruce Middleton Hope Shand, retired Major H.M. Army. Effects: £274,843 7s. 6d." Cubitt, Roland Calvert Baron Ashcombe of Dorking and of Bodiam Castle (I20647)
28 (Alice) Edith started her infant school education. Marmion, Alice Edith (I897)
29 (Copy of death Certificate kindly supplied by Yvonne Brown) Mitchell, Roselen Ellen (I5209)
30 (Dates are approximate.) Premises trading today (2013) as The Westbank, Torquay Bishop, Annie (I22538)
31 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. You must register/log in to see this item. Living (I19440)
32 (Joint Manager with his wife, Marie) Prinsep, Henry Anthony Leyland Val (I17939)
33 (See link to Ickworth Hall) Broadway, George (I4420)
34 (Source: Attestation papers of son, William) McDonald, Rose (I27452)
35 (Source: Future ship's passenger mainfests.) Beardsmore, Arthur (I27458)
36 (Source: Passenger Manifest, SS Minnedosa, 13 Sep 1923) Bowie, Ella Millicent (I19563)
37 (Source: Passenger Manifest, SS Minnedosa, 13 Sep 1923) Foxen, Ella Jeanie (I19562)
38 (This date is the date of the report in the Sydney Morning Herald.) Family F6722
39 ... of 7, Cromwell Place, St Ives, Huntingdonshire. Holmden, Winifred (I22141)
40 ... of 79, Albion Gate, London W.2 Wingfield, Major General, The Honourable Maurice Anthony C.M.G.; C.V.O.; D.S.O. (I23314)
41 ... of: 10, Hayes Gardens, Paignton, Devonshire. Pearse, Alfred George (I521)
42 ...of Mill Street. Tozer, Richard (I18401)
43 ...of Station Cottages, Thorverton, Devonshire Stephens, Caroline (I16061)
44 10 children from this marriage Family F7054
45 10 children from this marriage Family F7055
46 10 children from this marriage Family F7056
47 13.15.14 Snell, Thomas Jefferies (I10256)
48 1821 Newspaper (Cork)
"At Aghadown in this co on Saturday 15th inst by the Rev. J. Wright Henry Marmion Esq. Of Inane to Miss Holmes, daughter of the late John Holmes Esq and grand daughter of William Swanton of Swanton's town Esq." 
Family F6407
49 1849, March: Appointed 'Swansea Upper Ward Assessor'
1859, October: Portrait presented to Robert as Manager of the Rollings Mills of Vivian Copper Works.
1862, March: Robert presents Tongs to H.H. Vivian from Hafod Mill Men. 
Monger, Robert (I2610)
50 1861, January: Ensign in the 4th Glamorgan Rifles.
1861, March: Elected 'Assessor, Upper Ward, Swansea'. 
Monger, William (I2634)
51 1880 - 1893 George and Penny lived in the Estes home and George operated the family farm. He then bought land around Crossroads from the Estes family. He built a Sawmill, Cotton Gin, and ran a small store in a room connected to the house. He later built a blacksmith shop and a store across the road and when it became neccesary to name the Post Office that had been established in the store it was named Wooster. In 1910 he sold the farm, store and shop and moved to Fairburn where he lived until his death in 1912. Wooster, George (I7814)
52 1891: Grand-daughter of William Kenyon (I29443) Kenyon, Ann (I29447)
53 1891: Grandson of William Kenyon (I29443) Kenyon, William James (I29448)
54 1901 census indicates that Rosetta was "Mal Developed from Birth" Malpas, Rosetta (I10779)
55 1911 Census: 5 children born, one already died. Adams, Martha (I20857)
56 1937: Sergeant
1940: Inspector 
Tozer, Charles Wright (I23182)
57 1st Baron of Ashcombe. Cubitt, George Baron Ashcombe of Dorking and of Bodiam Castle (I20633)
58 2 sons from the marriage of Llewellyn and Aldyth Family F4921
59 2nd Baron of Ashcombe. Cubitt, Henry Baron Ashcombe of Dorking and of Bodiam Castle (I20636)
60 2nd published on 17 August, 3rd published on 24 August Family F448
61 3 Children Family F6430
62 3rd Baron of Ashcombe. Cubitt, Roland Calvert Baron Ashcombe of Dorking and of Bodiam Castle (I20647)
63 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. You must register/log in to see this item. Living (I20652)
64 5 children from this marriage. Family F7058
65 6 children from the marriage. Family F7059
66 6th Earl of Macclesfield. Parker, Thomas Augustus Wolstenholme 6th Earl of Macclesfield (I20664)
67 8 still living, 3 died, by 1911 census. Leach, Ellen Margaret (I19857)
68 9 children from this marriage Family F7057
69 9th of 12 children (Source - Hazel Ford) Foxworthy, Agnes (I5091)
70 Aldridge Brownlea Solicitors Website Aldridge, Gerald Ashburner Mooring (I22228)
71 Chippenham Park Heaver, William Joseph Gibbs (I16362)
72 Obituary, Anne Jarvis - The Guardian Colegrove, Elizabeth Anne T (I817)
73 (Source: 1892 State Census of New York) Kite, James G E (I17212)
74 (Source: 1892 State Census of New York) Kite, William George Hammond (I17171)
75 (Source: Kent, England, Extracted Parish Records from Canterbury Marriage Licences, 1810-1837, Volume 36) Family F4262
76 (Source: Marriage record of daughter, Ann Farley Postgate) Postgate, Joseph Hammond (I17211)
77 Source: Clare Boon Aplin, Nichola J (I24702)
78 Source: Wooster, Albert Stanley Augustus (I29351)
79 Date of death provided by Karen (Descendant relative). Horsted, Emily (I25811)
80 Date of death provided by Karen (Descendant relative). Baker, Robert Charles Henry (I14483)
81 English: Deputy Inspector of Forests Ducamp, Roger Gaston (I22089)
82 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. You must register/log in to see this item. Living (I19636)
83 Not certain of the identity of this daughter but there is certainly a female birth recorded in 1857 for John and Anne. Boland, Susan (I21494)
84 Source: Cheshire Electoral Registers.  Wooster, Arthur (I23943)
85 Source: Family records from descendants. Brown, Mark (I18743)
86 Source: Ian Davis, Genes Reunited Westbrook, Annie Maria (I19484)
87 Source: Irene Payne (descendant). Williamson, William (I21612)
88 Source: Laura McCarthy, née Prentice. Smith, John (I24183)
89 Source: Marriage certificate of son William Donald, courtesy of grandson, David. Maxwell, Thomas Hamilton (I27761)
90 Source: Passenger manifest of the ship "Duchess of Richmond", departing from Avonmouth for a cruise to The West Indies. Keppel, Sonia Rosemary O.B.E., DSt.J. (I20650)
91 Source: Passenger manifest of the ship "Venus" arriving in Plymouth from Madeira. Keppel, Sonia Rosemary O.B.E., DSt.J. (I20650)
92 Source: Passenger Manifest, 'MS Venus' departing for Madeira. Dodd, Alice Dora (I22069)
93 Source: Passenger Manifest, 'MS Venus' departing for Madeira. De Vesian, Norman Ellis (I15788)
94 Source: Ronda Masters (née Cox), Descendent. Draysey, Caroline (I13828)
95 Source: This information has been kindly supplied by Nikki White who is currently (2015) a teacher at the school. See the School Website. Pearce, Priscilla (I21530)
96 Source: Trove Digitised Newspapers; The Advertiser (Adelaide), 21 July 1928.  Crabb, Benjamin Stapleton (I25956)
97 "David Neave was always referred to as Victualler of Threadneedle Street and in one recent record the pub was call 'The Fleece'. He died a wealthy man leaving two London properties to each of his four surviving children."- Source: Pat Watt, Descendant relative. Neave, David (I11347)
98 Source: 1908 Electoral Roll Cox, Henry James (I16857)
99 Source: Addess given on passenger list of SS Alaunia bound for Quebec. Winterbotham, Reginald John (I15560)
100 Source: Birth certificate for son, Thomas. Information provided by Pamela, great-grand-daughter. Theophilus, John (I14011)

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