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"On 1 July 1837 a civil registration system for births, marriages and deaths was introduced in England and Wales. Registration was undertaken by civil registrars who reported to the Registrar General at the General Register Office (GRO) in London, now part of the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Copies of anyone's birth, marriage or death certificates can be obtained by the public. They are vital to family historians because of the genealogical information that they include." (Mark D. Herber, Ancestral Trails, Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1998)

Since the original birth, marriage and death registers are not open to the public, getting access to the information on one of these certificates is done by first searching the national birth, marriage and death indexes, that have been created by the GRO for this purpose. The indexes for the three events are each divided into quarterly volumes, with the names for each quarter listed alphabetically. Once an entry in one of the indexes is found, you are then able to use that information to order of copy of a death, marriage or birth certificate from the GRO/ONS. The other information that can be obtained from the index includes:

    Year
    Record type (in this database this will always be "Marriage")
    Quarter (March, June, September, and December)
    District (each county in England and Wales was divided up into registration districts)
    Volume
    Page number

Note: Names were entered into the volume of the quarter in which notification of the event was received, not necessarily the quarter in which the event actually occurred.

This database is an index to the marriages only and was last updated March 2006.

The massive task of digitising and, making searchable, the names contained in the GRO indexes has been underway for a few years now. This database is made available to Ancestry.com users, courtesy of the volunteers of the FreeBMD organization. The leadership of FreeBMD have organized the permissions and tools necessary to enable thousands of volunteers to convert to electronic text, and publish online, searchable indexes to the civil registrations in England and Wales. Because of the nature of the index you will note that not all of the fields have been indexed all of the time. Until 1866, most of the indexes were handwritten, making the task of conversion sometimes difficult. 
Source (S8519)
 
2

1911 - not married, Chief Clerk, Hornsey 
Cutbush, Henry (I40989)
 
3

8 descendents traced over 3 generations, but - there are many more on Robert's website I am unable to pin down. 
Float, Eleanor Cicily (I40885)
 
4

Charles went to Australia between 1851 and 1860.

In 1867 he and his family sailed to New Zealand on the Alhambra from Melbourne on 5 Jan.

As well as Ellen, there was a male infant in the party. 
Family F12178
 
5

Contact made with Elizabeth Hannaford on Genes (Harry's grand-daughter_

Unable, however, to find death reg. for Harry 1972 - 1976 nor Winifred 1976 - 1978 , so perhaps they died abroad ? 
Family F12818
 
6

Country wide civil registration of births, marriages and deaths commenced on 1 July 1837 in England and Wales. Registration took place at local civil registrars who in turn reported to the Registrar General at the General Register Office (GRO) in London. This national index to vital records is an essential source of genealogical information for family historians.

Since the original birth, marriage and death registers are not open to the public, access to the information on one of these certificates is done by first searching the national birth, marriage and death indexes, that have been created by the GRO for this purpose. The indexes for the three events are divided into volumes by year following which entries are listed alphabetically. Once an entry in one of the indexes is found, you are then able to use that information to order of copy of a death, marriage or birth certificate from the GRO. Information that can be obtained from the birth index includes:

    Full name of child

    Maiden name of mother

    Month and year of registration

    Registration district (each county in England and Wales was divided up into registration districts; jurisdictions are organized and appear as they existed at the time the record was created)

    Inferred county (the county is inferred based on what counties the registration district covered)

    Volume number

    Page number

Note: The district listed is the district where the event was registered, not necessarily the location where the event actually occurred.

This database is made available to Ancestry.com users, courtesy of the volunteers of the FreeBMD organization. The leadership of FreeBMD have organized the permissions and tools necessary to enable thousands of volunteers to convert to electronic text, and publish online, searchable indexes to the civil registrations in England and Wales. Because of the nature of the index you will note that not all of the fields have been indexed all of the time. Until 1866, most of the indexes were handwritten, making the task of conversion sometimes difficult. 
Source (S8515)
 
7

Found on the 1911 census living in Kilburn.

Only one child found with the Cowley / Tucker names. 
Family F12834
 
8

Hambledon vol 2a p72 Q3 1855 
Venn, John (I57246)
 
9

In 1891 they are living in the same building as William and Mary Ann, William is an Iron Founder.

In 1901 he is calling himself Thomas and is a Laundry Proprietor.

1911  -  back to William, Iron Founder. 
Family F12524
 
10

In 1901 they are living with Annie's parents;  Ernest is a carpet salesman.

In 1911 they were obviously feeling bolshie;  both state dont remember where they were born - too long ago !  They say married 7 years  -  in fact it was 17 - that might be an error.   Ernest is using George and is now a Gardener.

Living 5 the Broadway, Muswell Hill. 
Family F12544
 
11

In 1911 Sidney was still at home, working as a Blacksmith.

Sidney was in the Royal Navy in WW1 and served as an Engineering Sub Lt. He died in service and is buried at the military cemetery in Glasgow. 
Russum, Sidney Willet (I41356)
 
12

John was a cook/chef.

In Oxford in the 1880's he was a Refreshment House Keeper. By 1891 they had moved to Hammersmith where John was a Chef. In 1901 they were in Paddington, where John was a Cook / Manager.

In 1911 he was a widower, Attendent at Doctors. ?
John F was still at home and William, his brother, was also living with them. 
Cowley, John (I41221)
 
13 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I42390)
 
14

May also be Rebekah.

In 1841 she was a Milliner, Powis Street, Woolwich, 20-12.1843 m. R. Greenwich, Han. Augustus Fisher, b. 8.1.1821 at Retford, Notts., - 20.3-1898(77). He was a schoolmaster, then Clerk in surveyors and architect office, Woolwich. Later most of the family went to New Jersey, U.S.A., where he became an Associate Actuary. 7 Chn. 
Wates, Rebecca (I26766)
 
15

The 1939 Register is one of the most important twentieth century genealogical resources for England and Wales. The 1931 census was destroyed by fire. No census was taken in 1941 because of the war. So the 1939 register is the only national census-like resource available for this period.

Once war became inevitable the British Government knew they had to issue National Identity cards. They planned for the wide-scale mobilisation of the population and the eventual introduction of rationing. The most recent census was now almost a decade old, so more up-to-date statistics were needed. Some preparations had already begun for the 1941 census, so the Government capitalised on this to take a register of the civilian population. They issued Identity cards immediately afterwards (which were used until 1952).

The Government constantly updated and changed the 1939 Register over time to take account of changes of address or deaths. When they introduced rationing in 1941, they planned it with information from the 1939 Register. The 1939 Register eventually formed the basis of the NHS registration system. 
Source (S10553)
 
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Source (S9169)
 
17
A tragic famly.  Their second son died aged 3.  Helen (mother) died in 1872 leaving Joseph with two children aged 7 and 3, and then Joseph died in 1877.

Children Robert and Helen were living with their paternal grandmother in 1881.  Then Robert died in 1883, aged 18. 
Family F12536
 
18
Alfred's date of birth taken from his Naval record.

He joined the Navy in 1888 and became an Officer in 1895
His record shows him to have trained extensively at the Naval Gunnery school in Porsmouth. His Officer record is till to be obtained. 
Family F12595
 
19
All a bit mysterious! Jesse was was a labourer - there are details of his family on a tree on Rootswebb.

After Caroline died ( ie: on the 1871 census) Jesse, Annie and Jesse jnr are in the Cranbrook Workhouse.  In 1881 Jesse is lodging in Hawkhurst,  Annie is in service in London.  No sign of Jesse jnr. or Esther.

There is also a James Judge in the workhouse in 1871, aged 7.  However, I can''t find a registration. I sent for Caroline's death cert. to see if she'd died in childbirth., but apparently not. So probably not related.

Annie married in 1886, but no trace found so far of Jesse or Esther after 1881. 
Family F12368
 
20
All the children were still living at home in 1901. 
Family F12592
 
21 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F12654
 
22
Ann and her  brother Henry emigrated together, sailing on ship Cornwell.

No details known of husband John Wootton, nor of son John, other than dates - provided from Andrew Geering.

It seems likely that Ann died in childbirth in 1844. 
Family F12620
 
23
Ann was with James and Lucy at home on the 1841 census.

Contact received via Genes from grandson of Alexander Clements, Emma's son. 
Family F12208
 
24
Anna is living in the county of LeHigh and is 7 years old.  Anna lives with her parents William and Blanche and siblings Fanny, Mary, Henry WIlliam and James.  Anna is attending school. 
Mellen, Anna F. (I101739)
 
25
Annie is 1 year old and  lives with her parents Jacob and Eliza at Treleaven's Cross Lane and  siblings David, Freddy,  and Lilly. 
Hancock, Annie (I101471)
 
26
Annie is 10 (11?)  and living at Bojea Barrow, with her parents Jacob and Eliza and all her siblings Lillie, David, Fred, Edith, William, Chalres, Emily  and Beatrice.  Annie is a scholar. 
Hancock, Annie (I101471)
 
27
as a 2nd Lieut with the NZ Forces in WW1 
Piper, Donald Vincent (I100161)
 
28
Beatrice is 1 year old and living at Bojea Barrow, with her parents Jacob and Eliza and all her siblings Lillie, David, Annie, Edith, Charles, Fred, William  and Emily. 
Hancock, Beatrice Maud (I103058)
 
29
Beatrice is 11 years old and continues to live at Bojea Barrow with her parents Jacob and Eliza and siblings Charlie, William, Emily, Ellen, Sydney and Reginald. 
Hancock, Beatrice Maud (I103058)
 
30
Birmingham Vol 6D Jun Qt. Page 177 
Allen, Minnie (I2294)
 
31
Blanche is living in Morris County and is 41years old.  Blanche lives with her husband William and children  Mary, Maria, William, Henry, Sarah, Nannie and Charles. 
Skewes, Blanche (I104615)
 
32
Blanche is living in the county of LeHigh and is 32 (31?)  years old.  Blanche lives with her husband William and growing family, Fanny, Mary, Anna, Henry WIlliam and James. 
Skewes, Blanche (I104615)
 
33
Blanche is now 71years old and continues to live in Brooklyn.  She indicates that she has been married 51 (52?) years and that she is from ENGLAND.  She  says she immigrated in 1852 and is a naturalized citizen.  Blanche indicates that she has had 13 children and that 9 are still living. 
Skewes, Blanche (I104615)
 
34
Blanche Mellen (spelt Million) was 21 years old and living in Polk County with her husband William and infant daughter Fannie. 
Skewes, Blanche (I104615)
 
35
Blanche  is now living in the Brooklyn Ward of King County as is 64 (61?) years old. (She also gives her birth as March 1835 and says she  was born in NY!)  She indicates that she has been married 38 years, when they have been married about 42 years.  Blanche indicates that she has had 5 children and that all are still living.  She lives with her husband William and remaining children  Nannie and Charles. 
Skewes, Blanche (I104615)
 
36
Caroline (shown as Catherine) depending on the transcription of the census resided in the Treverbyn ecclesiastical district of St. Austell.  She was living at Rescorla with her mother Catherine Medland (Widow) her 3 half  siblings ,Mary Ann, Jacob and Grace and full sister  Elizabeth. Caroline was 13 years old, and was a mine labourer. 
Medland, Caroline (I104151)
 
37
Caroline is 21 (23?) years old and lives at Bridges with her husband William and children William and Grace. 
Medland, Caroline (I104151)
 
38
Caroline is 3 years old and  living in the Village of Rescoerla with her mother Catharine and her full sisters Thomasin and Elizabeth.  Also living in the home were her half siblings Jacob, John, William, Mary Ann and Grace. 
Medland, Caroline (I104151)
 
39
Caroline is 32 (33?)  years old and continues to live in Bridges with her husband William and children William, Elizabeth, Mary, John, Racheal and Kate. 
Medland, Caroline (I104151)
 
40
Caroline is 71 (73?) years old and lives once again on Higher Bore St. with her granddaughter Beatrice Wright. 
Medland, Caroline (I104151)
 
41
Caroline is now 42 (43?) years old and lives at Cross.  She is widowed and working as a charwoman.  Also still living at homea re children John, Racheal, Kate and Emma. 
Medland, Caroline (I104151)
 
42
Caroline is now 52 (53?) years old and lives on her own means at 49 Higher Base? Street. 
Medland, Caroline (I104151)
 
43 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F12656
 
44
Charles and baby Gladys were at home with his parents (Louise and James) in 1901, Ada having obviously died in child-birth.

Marriage and death reg. for Ada Nightingale, birth reg. Nightengale.

Charles re-married in 1909. 
Family F12199
 
45
Charles is 9 years old and living at Bojea Barrow, with his parents Jacob and Eliza and all his siblings Lillie, David, Annie, Edith, William, Fred, Emily  and Beatrice.  Charles is a scholar. 
Hancock, Charles (I100061)
 
46
Charles is living in Morris County and is  2 years old.  Charles lives with his parents William and Blanche and siblings   Mary, Henry, Maria, William, Sarah and Nannie. 
Mellen, Charles T. (I102205)
 
47
Charles was found when his daughter Amelia was staying with her Aunt Ann (Clements) in 1861.  In 1851 Amelia was staying with her maternal grandparents Henry and Susan Stokes.

Marriage found between Amelia Stokes and Charles Cutbush. 
Family F12164
 
48
Charles  is now living in the Brooklyn Ward of King County as is 21 (22?) years old. (He gives his birth as Sep 1878 and says she  was born in NY!)  Charles lives with his parents William and Blance and sister Nannie. Charles is also an engineer. 
Mellen, Charles T. (I102205)
 
49
Charlie is now 19 years old and continues to live at Bojea Barrow with his parents Jacob and Eliza and siblings William, Emily, Beatrice, Ellen, Sydney and Reginald.  Charlie is also a clay laborer. 
Hancock, Charles (I100061)
 
50 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I42325)
 
51 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F12552
 
52
Contact on Genes with John Harper's step daughter Vicky, who supplied some data on the family - not much! 
Family F12626
 
53
Contact through Genes Reunited with Gordon, who was an only child. 
Prebble, Gordon Reginald (I40227)
 
54
Courtesy of Susan Phillips 
Source (S10058)
 
55
David is 14 and living at Bojea Barrow, with his parents Jacob and Eliza and all his siblings Lillie, Frederick, Annie, Edith, William, Chalres, Emily  and Beatrice.  David is also employed as a china clay laborer. 
Hancock, David (I104433)
 
56
David is 4 years old and  lives with his parents Jacob and Eliza at Treleaven's Cross Lane and siblings Lilly, Freddy,  and Annie.  David is a scholar. 
Hancock, David (I104433)
 
57
Edith is 7 years old and living at Bojea Barrow, with her parents Jacob and Eliza and all her siblings Lillie, David, Annie, Charles, William, Fred, Emily  and Beatrice.  Edith is a scholar. 
Hancock, Edith Mary (I100555)
 
58
Edward is alive on the 1881 census, and on the 1891 Lucy is a widow, but I cant find a death registration for Edward.  1885 used as mid-way date. 
Family F12573
 
59
Eliza is 25 (26?) years old and  lives with her husband Jacob at Treleaven's Cross Lane with children  Lilly, David, Freddy,  and Annie. 
Hocking, Eliza (I102470)
 
60
Eliza is 36 and living at Bojea Barrow, with her husband Jacob and children, Lillie, David, Frederick, Annie, Edith, William, Chalres, Emily  and Beatrice. 
Hocking, Eliza (I102470)
 
61
Eliza is 45 (46?) years old and continues to live at Bojea Barrow with her husband Jacob  and children Charlie, William, Emily, Beatrice, Ellen, Sydney and Reginald. 
Hocking, Eliza (I102470)
 
62
Elizabeth and her family were on board the ship "The Nile".  They were accompanied by her brother Thomas and his family and her sister Emma and her family. 
Mellen, Elizabeth (I103268)
 
63
Elizabeth is 13 (15?) years old and is living at Porth Towers with her parents Samuel and Nancy and sister Mary.  There is also a lodger by the name of Jos Hy Trewthewing.  Elizabeth is also employed as a mine girl. 
Mellen, Elizabeth Anne (I104408)
 
64
Elizabeth is 18 years old and living at Illogan Downs with her parents Joseph and Sophia and siblings James, Joseph, Samuel and John. 
Mellen, Elizabeth Jane (I103464)
 
65
Elizabeth is 5 years old and lives at Broad Lane with her parents Nancy and Samuel and siblings Joseph, Joyce, John, Samuel, Thomas and Mary. 
Mellen, Elizabeth Anne (I104408)
 
66
Elizabeth is 8 years old and lives in Bridges with her parents William and Caroline and siblings, William, Mary, John, Racheal and Kate.  Elizabeth is a scholar. 
Rundle, Elizabeth J. (I100067)
 
67
Elizabeth is 9 ( or just about) years old and lives on Broad Lane with her parents Joseph and Sophia and siblings James, Joseph and Samuel.  Elizabeth is a scholar. 
Mellen, Elizabeth Jane (I103464)
 
68
Elizabeth is living at Wetern Bosworth  with her mother Fanny and is listed as 10 years old.  (but this is a transcription error as she is 8 years old),  Also living in the home are her siblings Jane, Thomas, Caroline, James, Emma and William. 
Mellen, Elizabeth (I103268)
 
69
Elizabeth puts 1862 on the 1901 census, but she was registered 1859 and appears with that dob in previous censuses - perhaps sensitive to age gap between herself and Bertram. 
Family F12619
 
70
Ellen is 1 month old and living in Rescorla with her parents William and Maria and sister Mary. 
Hancock, Ellen (I102857)
 
71
Ellen is 9 years old and continues to live at Bojea Barrow with her parents Jacob and Eliza and siblings Charlie, William, Emily, Beatrice, Sydney and Reginald. 
Hancock, Ellen Kate (I101319)
 
72
Ellen was Mary Float's niece.

SOURCES
Some from Robert Kern
Some from bdm and census
Some from family members through Genes. 
Float, Ellen (I41021)
 
73
Emily is 13 years old and continues to live at Bojea Barrow with her parents Jacob and Eliza and siblings Charlie, William, Beatrice, Ellen, Sydney and Reginald. 
Hancock, Emily (I100516)
 
74
Emily is 3 years old and living at Bojea Barrow, with her parents Jacob and Eliza and all her siblings Lillie, David, Annie, Edith, Charles, Fred, William  and Beatrice. 
Hancock, Emily (I100516)
 
75
Emma and her husband were on board the ship "The Nile".  They were accompanied by her brother Thomas and her sister Elizabeth (and Elizabeth's family.) 
Mellen, Emma Phillips (I100774)
 
76
Emma is 8  years old and lives at Cross with her widowed mother Caroline.  Emma is a scholar.   Also still living at home are children John, Racheal and Kate. 
Rundle, Emma (I103497)
 
77
Emma is living at Western Bosworth  with her mother Fanny and is listed as 7 years old (or just about.)  Also living in the home are her siblings Jane, Thomas, Caroline, James, Elizabeth and William. 
Mellen, Emma Phillips (I100774)
 
78
Emma is living with her mother Fanny  and her step father James Cocking at Broy's Place.  Emma is now 16 years old.  Also living with Emma are her siblings Thomas and William. (Emma is not James' daughter in law  as recorded in the census-- rather she isastep daughter !) 
Mellen, Emma Phillips (I100774)
 
79
Fannie Mellen (spelt Million) was 11 months old and living in Polk County with her parents William and Blanche. 
Mellen, Fannie (I102838)
 
80
Fanny is living in the county of LeHigh and is 10 years old.  Fanny lives with her parents William and Blanche and siblings Mary, Anna, Henry WIlliam and James.  Fanny is attending school. 
Mellen, Fannie (I102838)
 
81
Fred is 13 (12?) and living at Bojea Barrow, with his parents Jacob and Eliza and all his siblings Lillie, David, Annie, Edith, William, Chalres, Emily  and Beatrice.  Fred is employed as an errand boy. 
Hancock, Frederick (I104126)
 
82
Freddy is 2 years old and  lives with his parents Jacob and Eliza at Treleaven's Cross Lane and siblings Lilly, David,  and Annie. 
Hancock, Frederick (I104126)
 
83
From the 1851 England Census for Highgate, Middlesex (HO107 Piece 1498 Folio 661 Page 6) William, 63, Nurseryman from Sandhurst, Kent, was with his wife Sarah, 55, from Croydon, Surrey, at 4 South Grove, Highgate, Middlesex, England. With them were their children James, 26, Nurseryman born Highgate, Middlesex, and Emma, 21, born Highgate, Middlesex. 
Cutbush, William (I40160)
 
84
From the 1911 Wales Census for Rhosllanerchrugog, Denbighshire (RG14PN34012 RG78PN1964 RD621 SD2 ED9 SN37) Gladys, 4, born Cefn, Denbighshire, was with her adoptive parents Thomas Edwards, 58, Colliery Banksman Above Ground from Trevor, Denbighshire, and Sarah Ann Edwards, 52, from Trevor, Denbighshire, at 72 Bank Street, Rhosllanerchrugog, Denbighshire, Wales. With her was her adoptive sister Jane Edwards, 22, born Ponkey, Denbighshire. 
Fieldhouse, Gladys (I117388)
 
85 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I104338)
 
86 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I104338)
 
87
geni:job_title Manager

geni:current 0 
Korman, Neil (I104513)
 
88 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I101637)
 
89 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I41545)
 
90
Grace , age 43  (45?) is living at Goonamarth with her husband Richard and sons John and James. 
Tregonning, Grace (I101573)
 
91
Grace continues to live at Carbean in the ecclicastical parish of  Treverybyn with her parents Nicholas and Mary Ann.  She is  is now listed as 15 years old  and is also working as a tin mine girl.  Also living in the home are her siblings James, Mary Ann, Jane and Elizabeth. 
Tregonning, Grace (I101573)
 
92
Grace is 25 years old  and living at (illegible address) with her husband Richard and infant daughter Jane. 
Tregonning, Grace (I101573)
 
93
Grace is 33 (35?) years old and lives in Carbean with her husband Richard and children Jane, William, Richard and John. 
Tregonning, Grace (I101573)
 
94
Grace is 4 months old and lives at Bridges with her parents William and Caroline and her brother William. 
Rundle, Grace (I100983)
 
95
Grace was living with her parents Nicholas and Mary Ann at Carbean. She was 5 years old .  Also living in the home were her siblings, William, John, James, Mary Ann and Jane. 
Tregonning, Grace (I101573)
 
96
Grace, age 50 (55?) is now widowed and living at Carol lake? with her children John, James, Maud and grandson WIlliam.  Grace is living on her own means. 
Tregonning, Grace (I101573)
 
97
Grace, age 65, is living at Goonamarth with her daughter Maud and grandson William. 
Tregonning, Grace (I101573)
 
98
Harriet was at home in 1841, and in 1861 her father William was living with them.  No doubt this is the right person. 
Family F12614
 
99
HARRISON, HENRY COLDEN ANTILL (1836-1929), 'father' of Australian Rules football, was born on 16 October 1836 at Jarvisfield, the property of his uncle, Major Henry Colden Antill, near Picton, New South Wales, son of John Harrison and his wife Jane, née Howe, a relation of William Redfern, Thomas Reiby, George Howe and Horatio Wills. In 1850 the family settled in Melbourne where Harrison attended the new Diocesan Grammar School. His education was interrupted in 1852 by a visit to the goldfields, where he sympathized with the diggers' grievances. In 1853 he became an officer in the Customs Department and in 1888 transferred to the Titles Office where he became registrar.

Harrison's career as a public servant was worthy, but he was most distinguished as a sportsman. For nine years he was the champion 'pedestrian' of Victoria, defeating all comers in sprints and over hurdles and steeples. His contests with the Ballarat champion, L. L. Mount, aroused great interest. A Ballarat publican and race-horse-owner, Walter Craig, was said to have once held £10,000 to wager on Mount; after Harrison won, Craig offered to finance him in a foot-racing tour of England, but Harrison preferred his amateur status.

Melbourne's first football club was founded in 1858 by Harrison's cousin, Thomas Wills, a talented cricketer who was seeking a winter pastime. Harrison played in the first games, and was in succession captain of three football clubs. Wills had learned his football while at school at Rugby but considered that game 'unsuitable for grown men, engaged in making a livelihood'. The Victorian clubs evolved new rules which were consolidated in a code drafted by Harrison and adopted in 1866. It incorporated the distinctive features of the Australian game: no tripping or 'hacking', no 'off-side' rule, the 'mark' and carrying the ball. Harrison thus earned his honorific title as 'father of Australian Rules football'. He retired from playing in 1872 but maintained his interest in football. He became a vice-president of the Football Association formed in 1877; he was chairman in 1905 of the conference which formed the Australian National Football Council and was elected its first life member; he was an honoured guest at the jubilee dinner in 1908 at which Alfred Deakin proposed the toast to Australian football. He also maintained his physical fitness; in 1898 he rode a bicycle from Melbourne to Sydney in ten days to see the final Test match against Stoddart's English 11. In 1923 in Melbourne he published his autobiography, The Story of an Athlete.

Harrison was handsome, lean and well groomed, somewhat unbending and puritanical, upright and honourable. He died in Melbourne on 2 September 1929, predeceased by his wife Emily, a sister of Tom Wills, and survived by four daughters. His coffin carried a wreath of violets in the shape of a football. His name is commemorated by Harrison House, the headquarters of the Victorian Football League.

Author: Ian Turner

Print Publication Details: Ian Turner, 'Harrison, Henry Colden Antill (1836 - 1929)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 4, Melbourne University Press, 1972, p. 353.
http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A040401b.htm 
Harrison, Henry Colden Antill (I33311)
 
100
Harry married Q1. 1906 in Southwark

Frank married Q2. 1911 in Edmonton 
Family F12615
 
101
He was a Mine Agent/Captain at The Hodbarrow Iron Ore Mines in Cumberland, England 
Rich, Thomas (I102472)
 
102
He was accompanied with his family. 
Tregonning, James (I102061)
 
103
Henry is living in Morris County and is  12 years old.  Henry lives with his parents William and Blanche and siblings   Mary, William, Maria, Sarah, Nannie and Charles. Henry is attending school. 
Mellen, Henry S. (I100680)
 
104
Henry is living in the county of LeHigh and is 2 years old.  Henry lives with her parents William and Blanche and siblings Fanny, Mary, Anna, twin William and James. 
Mellen, Henry S. (I100680)
 
105
Herbert had been sent to boarding school at Brunswick House in Barnett.

He worked as a horticulturalist in the family Nursey Gardens.

1911  -  still living in Highgate, still a horticulturist - and son Leonard in the same business. 
Family F12540
 
106
Here's a mystery!  In 1871 Florence and Albert Hastings, grandchildren, were being looked after by Amelia Cutbush.  In 1861 Florence Hastings was with her mother Ellen Hastings in Croydon.

Ellen completely fits the profile for Ellen Cutbush, except that I can't find a marriage to Mr Hastings, and there is no husband at home in 1861.

Ellen married ( again ?) in 1865, as Ellen Cutbush. She and John Trestain left Kent and moved all over the country.  In 1871 they were in Walsall, in 1881 in Somerset.

In 1881 an Albert Henry Trestain b. 1863 Hythe was in Walsall working as a Journeyman Confectioner the trade of his step-father. In 1891 he was in London, a Police Constable.

In 1879 a Florence Trestain b. 1860 died in Walsall, Staffs.

So it seems the children went to Staffordshire with Ellen and John,  after 1871, using the name Trestain, although they had  both been registered Hastings.

And who was their father ?  Certificate sent for. 
Family F12558
 
107
Howard & Margaret Lloyd have very kindly supplied more information about the Hamer family. 
Source (S10015)
 
108
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NXBC-CMB
Groom's Name: William Plunkett
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Marriage Date: 26 Aug 1787
Marriage Place: Norwich, Norfolk, England
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Groom's Name: William Plunkett
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Bride's Name: Mary Smith
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Marriage Date: 12 Nov 1787
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Groom's Name: William Plunkett
Groom's Birth Date:
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Bride's Name: Mary Smith
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Marriage Date: 12 Nov 1787
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Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I05571-2
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Source Film Number: 1526853
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Collection: England, Marriages, 1538– 1973 
Family F20104
 
109
IGI index is made available through research from www.familysearch.org. Most is from transcriptions from records, but some is from individual researches. I have treated them as correct but strictly speaking they need to be crossed checked with official documentation. 
Source (S10013)
 
110
In  1901 there is a 2 year old grandson, Albert.  However, I don't yet know whose he was. 
Family F12560
 
111
Information from Andrew Geering states Mary was under-age when married, so date of birth estimated. 
Family F12623
 
112 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F12495
 
113
Jacob is 28 years old and works as a clay laborer.  He lives at Treleaven's Cross Lane with his wife Eliza and children  Lilly, David, Freddy,  and Annie. 
Hancock, Jacob Jr (I100280)
 
114
Jacob is 38 and lving at Bojea Barrow, with his wife Eliza and large family, Lillie, David, Frederick, Annie, Edith, William, Chalres, Emily  and Beatrice.  Jacob is a china clay laborer. 
Hancock, Jacob Jr (I100280)
 
115
Jacob is 48 years old and continues to live at Bojea Barrow with his wife Eliza and still expanding family of Charlie, William, Emily, Beatrice, Ellen, Sydney and Reginald.  Jacob continues to work as a clay laborer. 
Hancock, Jacob Jr (I100280)
 
116
Jacob is listed as 18 years old .  Jacob is living with his father and his second step mom Sarah at Tregonissey Hwy.  His half sister Elizabeth is still living with the family.  Jacob is now employed as a tin miner.

The other children in the family are thought to be Sarah's from a prior marriage, but could not trace Sarah's previous married name.  It is possible that Tom is Jacob's child, but no record of his birth could be found to verify. 
Hancock, Jacob Jr (I100280)
 
117
Jacob jr.  was 7 (8?) years old and living at Union Rd with his father Jacob and his step mom  Mary.  His new twin half sisters, Kate and Bessey were also living with them  Jacob was going to school. (Scholar!) 
Hancock, Jacob Jr (I100280)
 
118
James , age 8 is living at Goonamarth with his parents Richard and Grace and brother John.  James is a scholar. 
Hooper, James (I103773)
 
119
James continues to live at Carbean with his parents Nicholas and Mary Ann.  He is  is now listed as 20 years old and is working as a china clay labourer.  Also living in the home are his siblings Mary Ann, Grace, Jane and Elizabeth. 
Tregonning, James (I102061)
 
120
James is 14 (12?) years old.  He lives with his parents Samuela and Nancy and siblings Joseph, Joyce, John, Thomas and Samuel at Tresowe? Common.  James is also a copper miner. 
Mellen, James (I100065)
 
121
James is 16 years old and living at Illogan Downs with his parents Joseph and Sophia and siblings Elizabeth, Joseph, Samuel and John.  James is employed as a tin miner. 
Mellen, James (I101037)
 
122
James is 7 ( or just about) years old and lives on Broad Lane with his parents Joseph and Sophia and siblings Elizabeth, Joseph and Samuel.  James is a scholar. 
Mellen, James (I101037)
 
123
James is living in Morris County and is  10 years old.  James lives with his parents William and Blanche and siblings   Mary, Henry, Maria, Sarah, Nannie and Charles. James is attending school. 
Mellen, James Curtis (I101091)
 
124
James is living in the county of LeHigh and is 3 months  old.  James lives with his parents William and Blanche and siblings Fanny, Mary, Anna, twin Henry and William. 
Mellen, James Curtis (I101091)
 
125
James was living with his parents Nicholas and Mary Ann at Carbean. He was 9 (10?) years old .  Also living in the home were his siblings, William, John, Mary Ann, Grace and Jane. 
Tregonning, James (I102061)
 
126
James, age 18 is living at Carol lake? with his widowed mother Grace and siblings John and Maud and nephew William. James is a china clay laborer. 
Hooper, James (I103773)
 
127
Jamie and his father James have very kindly added to the Yeoman side of the family, as well as Thickens, Meredith, Hamer and others. 
Source (S9999)
 
128
Jane is 10 years old and lives in Carbean with her parents Richard and Grace and siblings William, Richard and John.  Jane is a scholar. 
Hooper, Jane (I102161)
 
129
Jane is 2 months old  and living at (illegible address) with her parents Richard and Grace. 
Hooper, Jane (I102161)
 
130
Jane, is age 22 (20?) working as a farm servant for the Geach family in Biscorallack. 
Hooper, Jane (I102161)
 
131
John is 13 years old and lives at Cross with his widowed mother Caroline.  John is a stone mason apprentice.   Also still living at homea re children John, Racheal, Kate and Emma. 
Rundle, John S. (I101255)
 
132
John is 16 years old and lives at Broad Lane with his parents Nancy and Samuel and siblings Joseph, Joyce, Thomas, Samuel, Mary and Elizabeth.  John is a copper miner. 
Mellen, John (I103588)
 
133
John is 2 months old and lives in Carbean with his parents Richard and Grace and siblings Jane, William and Richard. 
Hooper, John (I103352)
 
134
John is 3 years old and lives in Bridges with his parents William and Caroline and siblings, William, Elizabeth, Mary, Racheal and Kate. 
Rundle, John S. (I101255)
 
135
John is 4 years old and living at Illogan Downs with his parents Joseph and Sophia and siblings Elizabeth, James, Joseph and Samuel. John  is a scholar. 
Mellen, John (I101381)
 
136
John is 6 years old (or just about).  He lives with his parents Samuel and Nancy and siblings James, Joyce, Joseph, Thomas and Samuel at Tresowe? Common. 
Mellen, John (I103588)
 
137
John, age 11 (10?) is living at Goonamarth with his parents Richard and Grace and brother James.  John is a scholar. 
Hooper, John (I103352)
 
138
John, age 20 is living at Carol lake? with his widowed mother Grace and siblings James and Maud and nephew William. John is a china clay laborer. 
Hooper, John (I103352)
 
139
Joseph is 12 years old and living at Illogan Downs with his parents Joseph and Sophia and siblings Elizabeth, James, Samuel and John.  Joseph is employed as a tin miner. 
Mellen, Joseph Henry (I102292)
 
140
Joseph is 20 (19?) years old and lives at Broad Lane with his parents Nancy and Samuel and siblings Joyce, John, thomas, Samuel, Mary and Elizabeth.  Joseph is a copper miner. 
Mellen, Joseph (I101886)
 
141
Joseph is 29 years old and lives on Broad Lane with his wife Sophia and children Elizabeth, James, Joseph and Samuel.  Joseph is a miner. 
Mellen, Joseph (I101886)
 
142
Joseph is 3 ( or just about )years old and lives on Broad Lane with his parents Joseph and Sophia and siblings Elizabeth, James and Samuel. 
Mellen, Joseph Henry (I102292)
 
143
Joseph is 9 years old.  He lives with his parents Samuela and Nancy and siblings James, Joyce, John, Thomas and Samuel at Tresowe? Common.  Joseph is also a copper miner. 
Mellen, Joseph (I101886)
 
144
Joseph is now 39 years old and living at Illogan Downs with hsi wife Sophia and children Elizabeth, James, Joseph, Samuel and John.  Joseph is a tin miner. 
Mellen, Joseph (I101886)
 
145
Joyce is 18 (17?) years old and lives at Broad Lane with her parents Nancy and Samuel and siblings Joseph, John, Thomas, Samuel, Mary and Elizabeth.  Joyce is a dressmaker apprentice. 
Mellen, Joyce (I104492)
 
146
Joyce is 7 years old.  She lives with her parents Samuel and Nancy and siblings James, Joseph, John, Thomas and Samuel at Tresowe? Common. 
Mellen, Joyce (I104492)
 
147
Kate is 10  years old and lives at Cross with her widowed mother Caroline.  Kate is a scholar.   Also still living at home are children John, Racheal and Emma. 
Rundle, Kate (I104520)
 
148
Kate is 3 months  old and lives in Bridges with her parents William and Caroline and siblings, William, Elizabeth, John, Racheal and Mary. 
Rundle, Kate (I104520)
 
149 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I41934)
 
150
landed at Suvla Bay on the first invasion day 
Piper, Donald Vincent (I100161)
 
151
Leonard had been married before, and had at least one daughter - Emily - who was living with them in 1891.

There do not appear to have been any children of the marriage with Annie. 
Family F12538
 
152
Libby connection

Libby connection 
Source (S9994)
 
153
Libby connection 
Source (S9993)
 
154
libby connection 
Source (S9977)
 
155
Libby connection 
Source (S9989)
 
156
Libby connection 
Source (S9974)
 
157
Libby connection 
Source (S9986)
 
158
Libby connection 
Source (S9990)
 
159
Lillie is 15 and living at Bojea Barrow, with her parents Jacob and Eliza and all her siblings David, Frederick, Annie, Edith, William, Chalres, Emily  and Beatrice.  No employment is recorded for Lillie ( as she is likely busy helping her mother!) 
Hancock, Lillie Jane (I103951)
 
160
Lilly is 5 years old and  lives with her parents Jacob and Eliza at Treleaven's Cross Lane with siblings David, Freddy,  and Annie.  Lilly is a scholar. 
Hancock, Lillie Jane (I103951)
 
161
Living in Dunsfold (Hambledon) 
Lee, Jane (I56285)
 
162
Liz McAsey has updated the Hamer and associated families. 
Source (S9982)
 
163
Louisa married James after her sister Matilda, his first wife, died. 
Family F12639
 
164
Margaret Harvey (nee Bound) has very kindly sent me her information about the Hamer family. Her sources are numerous:

Bill Barker's Montgomeryshire Families CD Rom

Dorrie Carver, deceased  considered to be the Hamer expert by the Powys Family History Society, not related to my line.

Eleanor Enns, we made contact through a "notice board" on the Web.  We have not found a connection except possibly by marriage, she is also a Bound researcher.

Michael Gibbon, our common ancestor is Abraham Hamer who married Mary Powell.  He is descended through Jane Hamer who married Samuel Humphreys.  Jane was the daughter of Abraham and Mary Hamer (nee Powell). He worked mainly from Dorrie Carver's notes.

Anne Griffiths is descended from Sarah Hamer, daughter of Abraham Hamer and his wife, Catherine Rees.  Our common ancestor is Abraham Hamer (my 7 x great grandfather) who married Sarah, surname unknown.  She is also a descendant of my Powell family.   Hersources include Wills, Probate Abstracts, and Parish Registers.

David Humphreys is descended from Jane Hamer who married Samuel Humphreys.  Jane was the daughter of Abraham Hamer and his wife Mary Powell.

Gordon Pritchard, his wife is descended from Abraham and Sarah Hamer (maiden name unknown).

Terry Smith stated that my Hamer line ties in through his Weale one to an Edward Lucas.  His e-mail address was "@lds.net"  and I wondered if he was collecting information rather than actually being a Hamer descendant.

Neil Taylor, is descended from a Margaret Lucas from Llangurig who married an Edward Lewis in Cefnllys.  Not sure of his connection to my Hamers, may just be gathering information.   Lives in Utah.

Abraham Hamer, son of Richard and Dorothy (maiden name unknown) Hamer married first cousin Sarah Hamer, daughter of John and Mary (maiden name unknown) Hamer.  Abraham Hamer son of Abraham and Catherine (nee Rees) Hamer married first cousin Catherine Hamer, daughter of Henry and Catherine Hamer (nee Rees).   This marrying of cousins causes some problems in the "tree" where the children of the marriages are concerned. 
Source (S9979)
 
165
Maria is 25 years old and living in Rescorla with her husband William and daughters Mary and Ellen. 
Coombe, Maria (I102478)
 
166
Maria is 34 (35?) years old and continues to live in Rescorla with her husband Willand and daughter Mary Jane. 
Coombe, Maria (I102478)
 
167
Maria is living in Morris County and is  16 years old.  Maria lives with her parents William and Blanche and siblings   Mary, William, Henry, Sarah, Nannie and Charles. Maria is attending school. 
Mellen, Maria W. (I102372)
 
168
Mary Ann, Betty and Vera were adopted by Orville when Bertha married him and used the name Helland. 
Family F12681
 
169
Mary is 17 (19?) years old and is living at Porth Towers with her parents Samuel and Nancy and sister Elizabeth.  There is also a lodger by the name of Jos Hy Trewthewing.  Mary is employed as a mine girl. 
Mellen, Mary (I100266)
 
170
Mary is 2 years old and living in Rescorla with her parents William and Maria and sister Ellen. 
Hancock, Mary Jane (I100848)
 
171
Mary is 7 years old and lives in Bridges with her parents William and Caroline and siblings, William, Elizabeth, John, Racheal and Kate. 
Rundle, Mary G. (I104473)
 
172
Mary is 9 years old and lives at Broad Lane with her parents Nancy and Samuel and siblings Joseph, Joyce, John, Samuel, Thomas and Elizabeth.  Mary is a scholar. 
Mellen, Mary (I100266)
 
173
Mary is living in Morris County and is  18 years old.  Mary lives with her parents William and Blanche and siblings   Maria, William, Henry, Sarah, Nannie and Charles. There is no employment recorded for Mary. 
Mellen, Mary Blanche (I100096)
 
174
Mary is living in the county of LeHigh and is 8 years old.  Mary lives with her parents William and Blanche and siblings Fanny, Anna, Henry WIlliam and James.  Mary is attending school. 
Mellen, Mary Blanche (I100096)
 
175
Mary Jane is 12 years old and continues to live in Rescorla with her parents Maria and William.  Mary Jane is a scholar. 
Hancock, Mary Jane (I100848)
 
176
Maud, age 19 is living at Goonamarth with her mother Grace and nephew William.  Maud is working out of the home, on her own account, as a dressmaker. 
Hooper, Maud Mary (I104441)
 
177
Maud, age 9 is living at Carol lake? with her widowed mother Grace and siblings John and James and nephew William. 
Hooper, Maud Mary (I104441)
 
178
Memorial Inscription: In memory of LEWIS son of Capt LEWIS THOMAS, Aberdovey by CHARLOTTE his wife, Born October 5th 1835, Died January 17th 1836. Also CHARLOTTE, wife of LEWIS THOMAS and only daughter of Capt PETER PETERS, late of the Brig "Sarah". Died March 2nd 1837 aged 23 years. And also LEWIS, 2nd son of the above named Capt LEWIS THOMAS and wife CHARLOTTE, died Oct 25th 1837 age 10 months. Also the above named Capt LEWIS THOMAS, who died January 13th 1868 aged 63 years. 
Peters, Charlotte (I2550)
 
179
Nancy is 35 (36?) years old.  She lives with her husband Samuel and children James, Joseph, Joyce, John, Thomas and Samuel at Tresowe? Common. 
Mitchell, Nancy (I104235)
 
180
Nancy is 47 (46?)  years old and lives at Broad Lane with her husband Samuel and children Joseph, Joyce, John, thomas, Samuel, Mary and Elizabeth. 
Mitchell, Nancy (I104235)
 
181
Nancy is 56 years old and is living at Porth Towers with her husband Samuel and daughters Mary and Elizabeth.  There is also a lodger by the name of Jos Hy Trewthewing. 
Mitchell, Nancy (I104235)
 
182
Nannie is living in Morris County and is  4 years old.  Nannie lives with her parents William and Blanche and siblings   Mary, Henry, Maria, William, Sarah and Charles. 
Mellen, Nannie (I102032)
 
183
Nannie  is now living in the Brooklyn Ward of King County as is 26 (24?) years old. (She gives her birth as June 1873 and says she  was born in NY!)  Nannie lives with her parents William and Blance and brother Charles. Nannie does not appear to be employed. 
Mellen, Nannie (I102032)
 
184
No additional information from Andrew Geering regarding Charlotte. 
Family F12622
 
185
No birth or death record for Jacques, but he must have died between 1913 and 1922 (entries on Electoral Roll) 
Family F12066
 
186
No birth record found for John but died in 1915 aged 51. 
Family F12067
 
187
No marriage found - would have been about 1836 - before registration - so no maiden name known;  have used BACK since this name was given to George and there were Backs in Westwell at the time. An Elizabeth Back was baptised there in 1813, however she apparently died in 1831 - maybe a cousin?

Later note:  Elizabeth's sister Catherine staying with them in 1861 - Back confirmed as maiden name.

No civil registration for William so don't know his middle name and must have been born before June 1837.

George joined the Royal Navy and was at sea on HMS Ganges in 1861 but not found thereafter on English censuses.

Can't find the other 3 after 1861 either - so far, altough a Mary Ann Cutbush married 1867 in Elham to either Francis Beazley or Henry Bourne, neither found on 1871 census onwards. 
Family F12056
 
188
No marriage record found, assume 12 months before George was born.

No birth record for Mona, but she died in 1964 aged 63. 
Family F12171
 
189
Nothing is known by the family about Bertha, save that she was a very nice lady! 
Family F12649
 
190 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F12710
 
191
Racheal is 12  years old and lives at Cross with her widowed mother Caroline.  Racheal is a scholar.   Also still living at home are children John, Kate and Emma. 
Rundle, Racheal (I102269)
 
192
Racheal is 2 years old and lives in Bridges with her parents William and Caroline and siblings, William, Elizabeth, John, Mary and Kate. 
Rundle, Racheal (I102269)
 
193
Reginald is 2 years old and continues to live at Bojea Barrow with his parents Jacob and Eliza and siblings Charlie, William, Emily, Ellen, Beatrice and Beatrice. 
Hancock, Reginald (I103764)
 
194
RG10 Piece 1962 Folio 30 Page 5. 
Pike, James (I66038)
 
195
RG11 Piece 5540 Folio 55 Page 5 
Edwards, John (I117365)
 
196
RG9  Piece 1320 Folio 93 Page 20 
Pike, Emily Mary (I66007)
 
197
Richard is 2 years old and lives in Carbean with his parents Richard and Grace and siblings Jane, William and John. 
Hooper, Richard (I101198)
 
198
Richard is 25 years old (or just about) and living at (illegible address) with his wife Grace and infant daughter Jane.  Richard is a tin miner. 
Hooper, Richard (I103969)
 
199
Richard is 35 years old and lives in Carbean with his wife Grace and children Jane, William, Richard and John.  Richard is a miner. 
Hooper, Richard (I103969)
 
200
Richard, age 44 (45?) is living at Goonamarth with his wife Grace and sons John and James.  Richard is a clay laborer. 
Hooper, Richard (I103969)
 
201
Royal Navy, Ordinary Seaman 
Gingell, Raymond (I141)
 
202
S.S. ADRIATIC sailing from SOUTHAMPTON 10 AUG 1910 Arriving at Port of NEW YORK 19 AUG 1910ENGLAND immigrated 1910 naturalised 1919 
Hooper, Maud Mary (I104441)
 
203
Samuel is 1 year old.  He lives with his parents Samuel and Nancy and siblings James, Joyce, Joseph, John and Thomas at Tresowe? Common. 
Mellen, Samuel (I100935)
 
204
Samuel is 10 years old and living at Illogan Downs with his parents Joseph and Sophia and siblings Elizabeth, James, Joseph and John. Samuel is a scholar. 
Mellen, Samuel (I101212)
 
205
Samuel is 12 (11?)  years old and lives at Broad Lane with his parents Nancy and Samuel and siblings Joseph, Joyce, John, Thomas, Mary and Elizabeth.  Samuel is a copper ore onefour? 
Mellen, Samuel (I100935)
 
206
Samuel is 3 months old and lives on Broad Lane with his parents Joseph and Sophia and siblings Elizabeth, James and Joseph. 
Mellen, Samuel (I101212)
 
207
Samuel is 35 years old and works as a copper miner.  He lives with his wife Nancy and children James, Joseph, Joyce, John, Thomas and Samuel at Tresowe? Common. 
Mellen, Samuel (I100681)
 
208
Samuel is 46 (45?) years old and lives at Broad Lane with his wife Nancy and children Joseph, Joyce, John, thomas, Samuel, Mary and Elizabeth.  Samuel is a copper miner. 
Mellen, Samuel (I100681)
 
209
Samuel is 56 (55?) years old and is living at Porth Towers with his wife Nancy and daughters Mary and Elizabeth.  There is also a lodger by the name of Jos Hy Trewthewing.  Samuel continues to be a copper miner. 
Mellen, Samuel (I100681)
 
210
Sarah is living in Morris County and is  6 years old.  Sarah lives with her parents William and Blanche and siblings   Mary, Henry, Maria, William, Nannie and Charles. Sarah is attending school. 
Mellen, Sarah J. (I102002)
 
211 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I74822)
 
212
Sophia is 30 years old and lives on Broad Lane with her husband Joseph and children Elizabeth, James, Joseph and Samuel. 
Hocking, Sophia (I102014)
 
213
Sophia is 40 years old and living at Illogan Downs with her husband Joseph and children Elizabeth, James, Joseph, Samuel and John. 
Hocking, Sophia (I102014)
 
214
Source Information

Ancestry.com. England & Wales, Non-Conformist and Non-Parochial Registers, 1567-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013.

Original data: General Register Office: Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths surrendered to the Non-parochial Registers Commissions of 1837 and 1857. Records of the General Register Office, Government Social Survey Department, and Office of Population Censuses and Surveys, Registrar General (RG) 4. The National Archives, Kew, England.General Register Office: Birth Certificates from the Presbyterian, Independent and Baptist Registry and from the Wesleyan Methodist Metropolitan Registry. Digitized images. Records of the General Register Office, Government Social Survey Department, and Office of Population Censuses and Surveys, Registrar General (RG) 5. The National Archives, Kew, England.General Register Office: Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths surrendered to the Non Parochial Registers Commission of 1857, and other registers and church records in the Protectorates of Africa and Asia. Records of the General Register Office, Government Social Survey Department, and Office of Population Censuses and Surveys, Registrar General (RG) 8. The National Archives, Kew, England. 
Source (S9356)
 
215
Sydney is 8 years old and continues to live at Bojea Barrow with her parents Jacob and Eliza and siblings Charlie, William, Emily, Ellen, Beatrice and Reginald. 
Hancock, Sydney (I101307)
 
216
The details of Frank's life in Canada, and his descendents there and in US were received from his great grand-daughter Betty Bennett.

When Frank emigrated his youngest daughter Vera was not allowed a visa due to having TB, so she remained in Ashford with the Geerings.
Maurice was initially left behind to be educated, and joined his father later. 
Family F12580
 
217
The family was aboard the General Hewitt. 
Tregonning, James (I102061)
 
218
The Libby connection 
Source (S10025)
 
219
The only registration for a Richard Prebble at the time in the area was Q1. 1864 in Bridge - which was the next door district to Saltwood (Elham)  There are numerous Prebbles registered in Elham, but no Richard, and no other Prebbles in Bridge. 
Family F12166
 
220
There is no Jane on Emma's registration, only on marriage record. 
Family F12547
 
221 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F12633
 
222
Thomas is 14 years old and lives at Broad Lane with his parents Nancy and Samuel and siblings Joseph, Joyce, John, Samuel, Mary and Elizabeth.  Thomas is a copper miner. 
Mellen, Thomas (I102676)
 
223
Thomas is 4 years old.  He lives with his parents Samuel and Nancy and siblings James, Joyce, Joseph, John and Samuel at Tresowe? Common. 
Mellen, Thomas (I102676)
 
224
Thomas is 5 (4?) years old, living at Bray's Place with his parents James and Sarah and siblings Rosesina, William and Emma.  Thomas is a scholar. 
Mellen, Thomas (I103739)
 
225
Thomas is living at Western Bosworth  with his mother Fanny and is listed as 14 years old.  (but this is a transcription error as hs is was only 11years old),  Also living in the home are his siblings Jane, James, Caroline, Elizabeth, Emma and William. 
Mellen, Thomas (I104054)
 
226
Thomas is living with his mother Fanny  and his step father James Cocking at Broy's Place.  Thomas is now 21 years old and is working as a copper miner.  Also living with Thomas are his siblings Emma and William. (Thomas is not James' son in laws  as recorded in the census-- rather he is a step son !) 
Mellen, Thomas (I104054)
 
227
Thomas was on board the ship "The Nile" that left England through Plymouth.  Thomas arrived with his wife Jane and two children, William age 2 and a baby Mary.

Also emigrating with Thomas and his family was his sister Emma and her husband Joshua and his sister Elizabeth (and Elizabeth's family.)

The Nile was a 763 ton ship. It was the fifth ship that year to land in Port Adelaide form England.   The Nile left Plymouth on the 11ââžâ²Žthââžâ¥  of November 1854 and arrived in Port Adelaide, South Australia, on the 18ââžâ²Žthââžâ¥  of February 1855 with 312 Immigrants.Two deaths and eight births took place before disembarkation. In consequence of some complaints regarding the proper issue of stores, the Immigration Board assembled to investigate the matter. It appeared to the Board that certain irregularities had existed for a considerable time at sea, but the immigrants had not made their complaints known to the proper quarter to obtain redress at the time, the surgeon superintendent and master of the ship being in ignorance for some time that such irregularities existed; but when made aware of the evils, they were immediately rectified. The Board considered that, had the surgeon superintendent maintained proper supervision, such irregularities would have been discovered by him at an earlierperiod. A complaintwas made by a woman who lost her child at sea, that this child had been neglected by the surgeon superintendent. The Board found that no entry had been made in the medical journal of either the sickness or the treatment of this child.The Board, from theevidence produced at this investigation and also from personal observation of the conduct of the surgeon superintendent while he remained at Port Adelaide, were of the opinion that he was quite an unfit person to be again entrusted withthe charge of immigrants, and that the certificate for return passage should be withheld. His Excellency The Officer Administrating the Government was pleased to approve of the recommendation of The Board.  The ship arrived in a dirty state between decks. It is astonishing thatvery little sickness prevailed during the voyage, only one death having occurred at sea and the other taking place while the ship lay in Port Adelaide. The Cause of death was a sudden attack of croup. 
Mellen, Thomas (I104054)
 
228
Three of Maud and Charles' descendents have made contact through Genes Reunited.

Julie McHugh / Rollason, great grand-daughter, through Joan Baynton  Willoughby.

Julie Morgan Peet - wife of Nicholas Peet, grandson through Patricia Agnes Willoughby.

Karen Thurgood, grand-daughter through Grace Willoughby. 
Family F12600
 
229
Tom is 14 years old and living at Union Road with his parents James and Sarah and siblings Rosina, William, Emma, Mary, Caroline, Alfred and Ellen.  Tom is a laborer. 
Mellen, Thomas (I103739)
 
230
Tom is 24 years old and living at Londsdale Terrace with his parents James and Sarah and siblings William, Emma, Mary, Alfred and Ellen.  Tom is also an iron miner. 
Mellen, Thomas (I103739)
 
231
Travelled with brother in law (Bessies brother John Henry Richards on the Umbria sailing from Liverpool, final destination Hancock Michighan) 
Hooper, James (I103773)
 
232
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235
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236
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Meredith, Mary Jane (I103676)
 
242
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273 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F8634
 
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280 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I71635)
 
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288 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I18)
 
289 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F8885
 
290 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F8871
 
291
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293 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F8836
 
294 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F8840
 
295 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F8632
 
296 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F120
 
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298
William did not marry; he lived at home and then with his sister Mary in 1901.

However ! ! In 1911 he is living with John, and says he is a widower with two children ? ? ! 
Cowley, William (I40921)
 
299
William is 1 year old and lives at Bridges with his parents William and Caroline and his sister Grace. 
Rundle, William (I104275)
 
300
William is 11  years old and continues to live in Bridges with his parents William and Caroline and siblings, Elizabeth, Mary, John, Racheal and Kate.  William is a stone mason's son. 
Rundle, William (I104275)
 
301
William is 14 (13?) years old and  living in the Village of Rescorla with his mother Catharine and his full siblings Jacob, John, Mary Ann and Grace. Also living in the home were his half sisters Thomasin and Caroline and Elizabeth.  William is working asa tinner. 
Hancock, William (I102737)
 
302
William is 15 years old and continues to live at Bojea Barrow with his parents Jacob and Eliza and siblings Charlie, Emily, Beatrice, Ellen, Sydney and Reginald.  William is also a clay laborer. 
Hancock, William Henry (I101156)
 
303
William is 23 years old and living in Rescorla with his wife Maria and daughters Mary and Ellen.  William is a clay laborer. 
Hancock, William (I102737)
 
304
William is 25 years old and lives at Bridges with his wife Caroline and children William and Grace.  William is a stone mason. 
Rundle, William Searle (I102018)
 
305
William is 32 (33?) years old and continues to live in Rescorla with his wife Maria and daughter Mary Jane.  William is a china clay laborer.


IS THIS THE CORRECT WILLIAM AND MARIA?  Where are the other children? 
Hancock, William (I102737)
 
306
William is 35 years old and continues to live in Bridges with his wife Caroline and children William, Elizabeth, Mary, John, Racheal and Kate.  William is a stone mason. 
Rundle, William Searle (I102018)
 
307
William is 5 years old and lives in Carbean with his parents Richard and Grace and siblings Jane, Richard and John.  William is a scholar. 
Hooper, William (I101022)
 
308
William is 5 years old and living at Bojea Barrow, with his parents Jacob and Eliza and all his siblings Lillie, David, Annie, Edith, Charles, Fred, Emily  and Beatrice.  William is a scholar. 
Hancock, William Henry (I101156)
 
309
William is living at Wetern Bosworth  with his mother Fanny and is listed as 4 years old.   Also living in the home are his siblings Jane, Thomas, Caroline, James, Elizabeth and Emma. 
Mellen, William Phillips (I103276)
 
310
William is living in Morris County and is 42 (44?) years old.  William lives with his wife Blanche and children  Mary, Maria, William, Henry, Sarah, Nannie and Charles.  William is a machinist. 
Mellen, William Phillips (I103276)
 
311
William is living in Morris County and is  12 years old.  William lives with his parents William and Blanche and siblings   Mary, Henry, Maria, Sarah, Nannie and Charles. William is attending school. 
Mellen, William P. (I103480)
 
312
William is living in the county of LeHigh and is 2 years old.  William lives with his parents William and Blanche and siblings Fanny, Mary, Anna, twin Henry and James. 
Mellen, William P. (I103480)
 
313
William is living in the county of LeHigh and is 34 years old.  He has become a citizen of the US.  William lives with his wife Blanche and growing family, Fanny, Mary, Anna, Henry WIlliam and James.  William is now an engineer.  The value of his estate would be worth about $200. 
Mellen, William Phillips (I103276)
 
314
William is living with his mother Fanny  and his step father James Cocking at Broy's Place.  William is now 14 years old.  Also living with William are his siblings Emma and Thomas. (William is not James' son in law  as recorded in the census-- rather heis a step son !) 
Mellen, William Phillips (I103276)
 
315
William is now 73 (74?) years old and continues to live in Brooklyn.  He now indicates that he has been married 51 (50?) years and that he is from ENGLAND.  He says he immigrated in 1856 and is a naturalized citizen.  William works as an engineer in the stationary business.

Also living with them is their granddaughter, age 14,  Kate Rohda.  Kate was born in NY as was her father.  Her mother is from New Jersey. 
Mellen, William Phillips (I103276)
 
316
William is now living in the Brooklyn Ward of King County as is 65 (64?) years old. (He gives his birth as March 1835 and says he is born in NY!)  He indicates that he has been married 38 years, when they have been married about 42 years.  William is still an engineer and lives with his wife Blanche and remaining children  Nannie and Charles. 
Mellen, William Phillips (I103276)
 
317
William Mellen (spelt Million) was 24 ( or just about) years old and living in Polk County with his wife Blanche and infant daughter Fannie.  William was working as a miner. 
Mellen, William Phillips (I103276)
 
318 " Sarah Marrack Of Paul" Marrack, Sarah (I46758)
 
319 "Ravenscraig" 10 March 1855 bound for Australia. They arrived in Australia on 24 June 1855 at Geelong, Victoria. (Reference: Public Record Office, Victoria - assisted passenger list). Wicks, Henry (I2771)
 
320 "Ravenscraig" 10 March 1955 bound for Australia. They arrived in Australia on 24 June 1855 at Geelong, Victoria. (Reference: Public Record Office, Victoria - assisted passenger list). Honnisett, Louisa (I2777)
 
321                 
THOS. SOUTH     
Pedigree
       Male            
Family
                
Event(s):
     Birth:
     Christening:
     Death:
     Burial:
                
Marriages:
       Spouse:       CHARLOTTE NUNN     
Family
       Marriage:      
18 FEB 1790        Anstey, Hertford, England 
Family F15757
 
322 (as on death certificate) Pepper, David Joseph (I70751)
 
323 (Elsie's birth cert) Ruelens, Winifred Dorothy (I90442)
 
324 (Elsie's birth cert) Johncock, Ellen Eliza (I90316)
 
325 (Elsie's birth cert) Loder, Ann (I89950)
 
326 (Kelly's Directory) Johncock, James (I90693)
 
327 (Kelly's Directory) Johncock, James (I90693)
 
328 (Kelly's Directory) Loder, Ann (I89950)
 
329 (Kelly's Directory) Loder, Ann (I89950)
 
330 (Louis death cert) Johncock, Ellen Eliza (I90316)
 
331 (Middle Winterslow) Judd, George (I71262)
 
332 (Plumber) Flay, James (I8099)
 
333 (Shrewsbury Liberties) Barber, Alfred (I12374)
 
334 (St. Bernard's) Harris, Patricia Anne (I14616)
 
335 (Twin) Spray, Stanley (I115414)
 
336 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I600)
 
337 (Win''s birth cert) Johncock, Ellen Eliza (I90316)
 
338 (Win's birth cert) Loder, Ann (I89950)
 
339 - Appears In 1841 Cenus Wingate, Rachel (I48701)
 
340 - Appears In 1871 Census Hendry, Donald (I48771)
 
341 - Appears In 1871 Census Hendry, Catherine (I48768)
 
342 - Appears In 1871 Census Dunbar, Janet (I48761)
 
343 - Appears In 1871 Census Dunbar, John (I48759)
 
344 - Appears In 1871 Census Dunbar, William (I48758)
 
345 - Appears In 1871 Census Dunbar, Elizabeth (I48754)
 
346 - Appears In 1871 Census Robinson, Agnes (I48729)
 
347 - Appears In 1871 Census McAlpine, Margaret (I48694)
 
348 - Appears In 1871 Census McAlpine, Jane (I48696)
 
349 - Appears In 1871 Census Robinson, Margaret (I48730)
 
350 - Appears In 1871 Census McAlpine, Janet (I48703)
 
351 - Appears In 1881 Census Dunbar, Jane (I48765)
 
352 - Appears In 1881 Census Gunn, Margaret (I48580)
 
353 - Appears In 1881 Census Sinclair, John (I48514)
 
354 - Appears In 1891 Census Gunn, William (I48843)
 
355 - Appears In The 1841 Census Gunn, Esther (I48831)
 
356 - Appears In The 1841 Census Gunn, George (I48570)
 
357 - Appears In The 1841 Census Gunn, David (I48568)
 
358 - Appears In The 1841 Census Only Gunn, Robert (I48826)
 
359 - Appears In The 1841 Census Only Gunn, John (I48825)
 
360 - Appears In The 1851 Census Gunn, Henrietta (I48828)
 
361 - Appears In The 1871 Census Gunn, Catherine (I48839)
 
362 - Appears In The 1871 Census Gunn, Elizabeth (I48835)
 
363 - Appears In The 1871 Census MacKay, John (I48565)
 
364 - Appears In The 1871 Census Henderson, Mary (I48560)
 
365 - Appears In The 1881 Census Gunn, Christina (I48581)
 
366 - Appears In The 1881 Census MacKay, William (I48567)
 
367 - Appears In The 1881 Census MacKay, Christina (I48566)
 
368 - Appears In The 1881Census Gunn, John (I48579)
 
369 - Appears In The 1891 Census Henderson, Angus (I48562)
 
370 - Appears In The 1891 Census Henderson, Alexander (I48561)
 
371 - at marriage - occupation listed as groom, traveller (1904 - George's wedding) Wild, George (I14452)
 
372 - Bishop'sTranscript Carpenter, Christian (I59134)
 
373 - Bishop'sTranscript Carpenter, Ann (I58762)
 
374 - Bishop'sTranscript Carpenter, Mary (I57936)
 
375 - Bishop'sTranscript Shore, Elizabeth (I57937)
 
376 - Does Not Appear In Any Census Gunn, Donald (I48829)
 
377 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I38038)
 
378 6a/209 Hughes, Beatrice Mary (I105075)
 
379 Ag Lab Loder, Robert (I90005)
 
380 Birth of 1st Child Henwood, Mary Ann (I90503)
 
381 Bootle, Lancashire. Owen, Harold Clifford (I88487)
 
382 Bootle, Lancashire. Baldock, Ada Frances (I88488)
 
383 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I36525)
 
384 Brewers labourer. Bryant, William Allen (I91032)
 
385 Buntingford, Hertfordshire, England Cornwell, Thomas (I51213)
 
386 Cemetery Grave number AA877 Johncock, Ellen Eliza (I90316)
 
387 Church Of England Family F12076
 
388 churchyard Thornton, Thomas (I72659)
 
389 Crematorium, Norwich, England Graham, Gloria Rosamund (I89287)
 
390 Daughter Elsie died either in England or en route to NZ, also twin boys died in England soon after birth.

Address at time of marriage, Ordnance St, Chatham, Kent. Jean and I visited in 1996.

Name VOUSDEN, ELLEN SUSAN
Details F: died 18-05-1966: aged 85
Place Hillsborough
Location Area 3 Block N Lot No 58 
Parker, Ellen Susan (I35006)
 
391 Death Reg At Hinckley Mar Qtr V7a P39 Wileman, John Ernest (I43631)
 
392 Died of a heart attack, playing golf at a relatively young age of 59

Served as an officer in the Navy in the 2nd World War in North
Sea waters. 
Smith, Noel Clavering Collins (I35115)
 
393 District 164.   Sub District B.    Division 2.   Page 58.   Household  277. ) Strong, George (I66268)
 
394 Dress maker Greenwood, Harriett (I90835)
 
395 England Welton, Walter (I51326)
 
396 Farmer of 33 acres 1 lab Ayre, John (I90677)
 
397 First Name:       Gertrude
Last Name:       Andrews
Ethnicity:       England
Last Place of Residence:      
Date of Arrival:       Mar 23, 1895
Age at Arrival: 2y 6m Gender: F Marital Status: S
Ship of Travel:       Paris
Port of Departure:       Southampton
Manifest Line Number:       0136 
Andrews, Gertrude Ada M. (I44194)
 
398 From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1171/8 Folio 49 Page 7) Mary, 25 was with her parents-in-law John, 70, and Hannah, 70, in Studley, Wiltshire, England. With her were her husband Jonas, 30, and children Thomas, 7, Suffie (Sophia), 6, John, 3, and Sarah, 1. All four adults were recorded as being Agricultural Labourers and everyone was recorded as being born in the county of Wiltshire.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1836 Folio 597 Page 6) Mary, 37, was with her husband Jonas, 44, Labourer, at Studley Hill, Studley, Wiltshire, England. With them were their children Sophia, 16, Domestic Work, John, 13, Sarah, 10, Fanny, 8, William, 6, Mary, 3, and Jane, 10 months.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1286 Folio 113 Page 11) Mary, 48, was with her husband Jonas, 52, Agricultural Labourer, at Frog Lane, Calne, Wiltshire, England. With them were their children William, 16, Labourer, Mary, 14, Jane 11, Hannah, 7, Jonas, 5, and grandson George, 6.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1902 Folio 10 Page 11) Mary, widow, 60, no occupation, was in Frog Lane, Calne, Wiltshire, England. With her were her children William, 26, Agricultural Labourer, Hannah, 17, Domestic Servant, Jonas, 14, Agricultural Labourer, and grandchildren George, 17, Agricultural Labourer, and Mary, 4, Scholar. 
Smith, Mary (I6825)
 
399 Hertfordshire, England Cornwell, Thomas (I51213)
 
400 Hertfordshire, England Harris, Mercy (I15080)
 
401 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F4647
 
402 HO 107 Piece 290 Folio Staples, Benjamin (I96184)
 
403 HO 107 Piece 290 Folio Staples, James (I96182)
 
404 HO 107 Piece 290 Folio Staples, William (I96181)
 
405 HO 107 Piece 290 Folio Staples, Sylvanus (I96180)
 
406 HO 107 Piece 290 Folio Staples, John (I96179)
 
407 HO 107 Piece 290 Folio Staples, Eliza (I96178)
 
408 HO 107 Piece 290 Folio Weeks, Marina (I96177)
 
409 HO 107 Piece 290 Folio Staples, Sylvanus (I96176)
 
410 HO107 Piece 1858   Folio 446 Page 14 Harvey, William (I112933)
 
411 HO107 Piece 292 Folio 42 Page 13
St. Peter 
Strange, Annie Maud (I86483)
 
412 HO107 Piece 292 Folio 42 Page 13
St. Peter 
Strange, George Harold (I86482)
 
413 HO107 Piece 292 Folio 42 Page 13
St. Peter 
Strange, Florence Arundell (I86481)
 
414 HO107 Piece 292 Folio 42 Page 13
St. Peter 
Bartlett, Jane Elizabeth (I86480)
 
415 HO107 Piece 292 Folio 42 Page 13
St. Peter 
Strange, Benjamin John (I86473)
 
416 HO107 Piece  1849  Folio    Page 27 Pike, Sarah (I65988)
 
417 HO107 Piece  1849  Folio    Page 27 Pike, John (I65985)
 
418 HO107 Piece  1849  Folio    Page 27 Pike, Elizabeth Hester (I65984)
 
419 HO107 Piece  1849  Folio    Page 27 Brockway, Jane (I65983)
 
420 HO107 Piece  1849  Folio    Page 27 Pike, James (I65982)
 
421 HO107 Piece  1849  Folio    Page 27 Pike, Elizabeth (I65979)
 
422 HO107 Piece  1849  Folio    Page 27 Pike, Sarah (I65978)
 
423 HO107 Piece  1849  Folio    Page 27 Pike, John (I65977)
 
424 HO107 Piece  1849  Folio    Page 27 Pike, Caroline (I65976)
 
425 HO107 Piece  1849  Folio    Page 27 Pike, William (I65975)
 
426 HO107 Piece  1849  Folio    Page 27 Pike, John (I65973)
 
427 HO107 Piece  1849  Folio    Page 28 Pike, Caroline (I65986)
 
428 I cannot get the software to accept 1739 without it automatically changing to 1739/40. Ah!

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Info found by Gwenda Charlson: - "1740 Feb 3 Sally Dr of Thomas and Ann Whitaker from North Bradley Parish, the 11th of June last, 30 minutes past 11 o'clock at night." 
Whitaker, Sally (I36129)
 
429 I had
22 Mar 1778, Brome, Suffolk
Ancestry says
Died: 21 Oct 1745
Wortham, U, Suffolk, England 
Chilvers, Samuel (I14514)
 
430 IGI gives a record of a John Rider marrying Ann Gray on 20th June 1814 at Saint Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire, England. Family F1478
 
431 Ipswich, Suffolk, England Harris, Ebenezer (I15076)
 
432 Jun Brewer. Fenton, John (I90767)
 
433 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I36522)
 
434 Leonards-On-Sea Hunnisett, Robert James (I50952)
 
435 Leonards-On-Sea Hunnisett, Robert James (I50952)
 
436 Living in same house as Edwin and Emily (nee Griffin) Rowe Leech, Eliza Alice (I91147)
 
437 Living in same house as Edwin and Emily (nee Griffin) Rowe Leech, Charles (I91145)
 
438 Living in same house as Edwin and Emily (nee Griffin) Rowe Leech, Louisa (I91143)
 
439 Living with Step father, William Westwood Leech, Charles (I91145)
 
440 Living with Step father, William Westwood Leech, Eliza Alice (I91147)
 
441 Lodger of Charles Page. Carpenter. Webb, Thomas (I91115)
 
442 London Volunteer Force. Horlock, Robert Hambidge (I88391)
 
443 Mary Kilpatrick:

39 descendents traced over 5 generations. 
Float, William (I40206)
 
444 Name:       FARR, FREDERICK WILLIAM
Initials:       F W
Nationality:       United Kingdom
Rank:       Private
Regiment/Service:       Royal Berkshire Regiment
Unit Text:       8th Bn.
Age:       19
Date of Death:       21/03/1918
Service No:       37896
Additional information:       Son of Mrs. Ada Annie Farr, of 9, Herrick Rd., Saltley, Birmingham, and the late Edward Frederick Farr, who also fell.
Casualty Type:       Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference:       Panel 56 and 57.
Memorial:       POZIERES MEMORIAL 
Farr, Frederick William (I29892)
 
445 P Q28 Twickenham Cemetery, Durking-Walkden, Arthur (I91216)
 
446 Page 31 Piece 1206 Folio 19 Chipp, Emma (I85506)
 
447 Page 31 Piece 1206 Folio 19 Winzar, Robert (I85479)
 
448 Parish Church Family F21139
 
449 Parish churchyard Read, William (I73501)
 
450 Parish churchyard Read, Emily Miriam (I73596)
 
451 Parish churchyard Read, William John (I73597)
 
452 Parish churchyard Read, Alfred William (I73599)
 
453 Parish churchyard Tapper, Kate (I73601)
 
454 Pentonville Hudson, Henry Thomas (I70656)
 
455 Plot U34502 Hodges, Henry (I61855)
 
456 Plumber Walkden, Edward (I90446)
 
457 Poplar.Poplar All Saints, England Baldock, Elizabeth Jane (I88431)
 
458 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I73365)
 
459 Register number G8D, District and Subdistrict 6001G, Entry Number 199 Goddard, Archie (I94870)
 
460 Register Office Family F21277
 
461 RG10 Peice 2017 Folio 4 Page 1 Park, Richard (I111750)
 
462 RG10 Peice 2017 Folio 4 Page 1 Park, Elizabeth Rachel (I111751)
 
463 RG10 Peice 2017 Folio 4 Page 1 Ayles, Jane (I111763)
 
464 RG10 Peice 2017 Folio 4 Page 1 Park, William (I111767)
 
465 RG10 Peice 2017 Folio 4 Page 1 Park, Ann (I111769)
 
466 RG10 Piece 1957 Folio 56 Page 21 Candy, Caroline (I65456)
 
467 RG10 Piece 1966 Folio   Page Scammel, William (I65499)
 
468 RG10 Piece 1967  Folio    Page Strange, William Ridout (I86479)
 
469 RG10 Piece 1967  Folio    Page Strange, Arthur George (I86478)
 
470 RG10 Piece 1967  Folio    Page Strange, Kate Jane (I86477)
 
471 RG10 Piece 1967  Folio    Page Strange, Edward Frank (I86476)
 
472 RG10 Piece 1967  Folio    Page Strange, Frederick William (I86475)
 
473 RG10 Piece 1967  Folio    Page Strange, Harry (I86474)
 
474 RG10 Piece 1967  Folio    Page Strange, Benjamin John (I86473)
 
475 RG10 Piece 1967  Folio    Page Strange, Arundle Martha (I86472)
 
476 RG10 Piece 1967  Folio    Page Ridout, Jane (I86471)
 
477 RG10 Piece 1967  Folio    Page Strange, John (I86460)
 
478 RG10 Piece 1975 Folio 69 Page 21 Brown, Mary (I86572)
 
479 RG10 Piece 1975 Folio 69 Page 21 Brown, Elizabeth (I86569)
 
480 RG10 Piece       Folio  8  Page  7 Legg, Elizabeth (I77053)
 
481 RG11 Piece 2082 Folio 84 Page 18 Garrett, Elizabeth (I87331)
 
482 RG11 Piece 2082 Folio 84 Page 18 Garrett, Henry John (I87330)
 
483 RG11 Piece 2082 Folio 84 Page 18 Garrett, George (I87328)
 
484 RG11 Piece 2082 Folio 84 Page 18 Garrett, James John (I87327)
 
485 RG11 Piece 2082 Folio 84 Page 18 Unknown, Jane (I87326)
 
486 RG11 Piece 2082 Folio 84 Page 18 Garrett, Frederic Edwin (I87329)
 
487 RG11 Piece 2086 Folio 134 Page 3 Strange, William Frank (I86521)
 
488 RG11 Piece 2086 Folio 134 Page 3 Cole, Jane (I86520)
 
489 RG11 Piece 2086 Folio 134 Page 3 Strange, Mary Louise (I86518)
 
490 RG11 Piece 2086 Folio 134 Page 3 Strange, William (I86451)
 
491 RG11 Piece 2086 Folio 134 Page 3 Ricketts, Charlotte (I86450)
 
492 RG11 Piece 2114 Folio 50 Page 27 Cole, Eliza (I83916)
 
493 RG11 Piece 2114 Folio 50 Page 27 Mitchell, Reuben (I83913)
 
494 RG11 Piece 2115 Folio 7 Page 5 Nobbs, Kate Alecia (I93340)
 
495 RG11 Piece 2115 Folio 7 Page 5 Nobbs, Florence Fanny (I93339)
 
496 RG11 Piece 2115 Folio 7 Page 5 Nobbs, Alice Annie (I93338)
 
497 RG11 Piece 2115 Folio 7 Page 5 Nobbs, Clara Jane (I93337)
 
498 RG11 Piece 2115 Folio 7 Page 5 Nobbs, Julia Hawkins (I93336)
 
499 RG11 Piece 2115 Folio 7 Page 5 Nobbs, Alfred Henry (I93335)
 
500 RG11 Piece 2115 Folio 7 Page 5 Nobbs, Henry (I93334)
 

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