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1 "A Mother in Israel" This was written across the top of the page of a Tribute to Rosa Gilbert:

"There died on the 8th inst. Mrs Catherine Culpin of this town at the advanced age of 86. The deceased had had two husbands, by who she had 15 children, 89 grandchildren, 62 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild, numbering 167. At the time of her death 130 survived. The deceased was a member of the Independent Congregation, 43 years.

This was the mother of Mr John. Sutton, Vet Surgeon who was born in St Ives.... 
WATTS, Catherine (I782)
 
2 "buried by the side of Susannah Gilbeard"; from Sue Anderson. ASPITAL, Elizabeth (I1568)
 
3 "in his 90th year" FORDHAM, John (I1454)
 
4 "of Whittlesford" in marriage register BLOW, Richard (I6570)
 
5 1 mth FORDHAM, John George (I1502)
 
6 1 mth LANGFORD, Jane (I256)
 
7 11 Needham Street RENNICK, Thomas (I7908)
 
8 16 Silver Street, Cambridge FOSTER, Herbert (I4613)
 
9 1777 UMS/BLUNT/02
Lease for a year by Kilburn Fellings (sic) of Mepal in Co. Cambs, yeoman, Joseph Maying of the same, yeoman, and John Houghton of Hemingford Grey in Co. Hunts, distiller, of premises in Bluntisham and Colne. 
JELLING, Kilbourne (I6561)
 
10 1777 UMS/COLNE/09
Conveyance of land in Colne Fields by Kilburn Jellings and others to John Houghton of Hemingford Grey. 
JELLING, Kilbourne (I6561)
 
11 1901 census says Jan 4 1855 CROSS, Hannah (I2165)
 
12 1911 Census gives birth as Apr 1891...? FORDHAM, John James (I6991)
 
13 1911 Census gives Mar 1871 as birth FORDHAM, James (I1457)
 
14 2 houses down from her grandparents MOORE, Frances Maria (I6645)
 
15 2 houses down from her in laws CHILVERS, Sarah (I6643)
 
16 2 houses down from her in laws CHILVERS, Sarah (I6643)
 
17 2 houses down from his grandparents MOORE, George (I6644)
 
18 2 houses down from his grandparents MOORE, George (I6644)
 
19 2 houses down from his parents MOORE, George (I6642)
 
20 2 houses down from his parents MOORE, George (I6642)
 
21 230 Mill Road, Cambridge, age 36, coachbuilder: census suggests "Post Office & Stationer's Shop"; also Harry F Housden, boarder, 16, Post Office Learner WATTS, James (I711)
 
22 A REMAND.

Emanuel Gordon Culpin, of Adelaide, was remanded till Thursday next by Mr. E. M. Sabine, P.M., in the Adelaide Police court, on Saturday,

Adelaide Police Court, on Saturday, on a charge of having stolen goods worth 2 4/6, the property of K. B. Ackarie, at Adelaide on or about April 20. Mr. B.A. Lenthall, Police Prosecutor, applied for the remand. The defendant was arrested by Detective- Sergeant McMahon and Detectives Ferguson and Gill. 
CULPIN, Emanuel Gordon (I12683)
 
23 Aberdeen Journal, 5 July 1927
THREE SHOT DEAD. Tragic Fate of Father, Mother, and Son. Hearing reports as of a motor misfiring, neighbours entered the premises of Mr F. Harrison (46), butcher, St Ives, Hunts, yesterday, and found Mrs Harrison lying dead on the floor of the kitchen. Mr Harrison and his son, Geoffrey (18), lay dead in the yard. A sporting gun found near the father contained two empty cartridges, and two other discharged cartridges were found by the police. Mr Harrison served abroad during the war. Harrison's second son, Bobby (14), was away on an errand, and the tragedy was discovered on his return. Frederick Harrison, the husband, was the son of a former Mayor of St Ives. His aged parents are still alive.
Western Gazette, 8 July 1927
WAR WORRIES REVEALED AT INQUEST. That Frederick Harrison, 46, butcher, St. Ives Hunts shot his wife and elder son and committed suicide while insane was the verdict at the inquest on the three persons on Tuesday. Bobbie, aged 11, the only survivor of the family, said he saw Geoffrey lying by the side of his cycle, wounded the head. "I shouted for help," said Bobbie, "and came towards the house calling 'mum.' I saw her lying the ground." Dr. Henry Harrison said his brother contracted malaria in the war. He was not allowed to return to civilian life for a year after the war, and preyed his mind. He felt his business was slipping away
Exmouth & Plymouth Gazette, 6 July 1927
ST. IVES TRAGEDY. MURDER AND SUICIDE. A verdict that Harrison committed suicide while temporarily insane, and murdered his wife and son was recorded at an inquest held at St. Ives, Huntingdonshire, yesterday, Frederick Harrison, 46, a local butcher, Florence Beatrice, 39, his second wife, and Geoffrey, 17, his elder son, who were found shot dead at their home at St. Ives Monday. Dr. Henry Harrison, with whom sat Bobbie, aged 11, the youngest son, and only survivor of the family, said his brother Frederick served during the war in Italy, Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Salonica. Before the war he had good health, but contracted malaria, and when returned he felt his business was slipping away from him. He was not allowed to return civilian life for year after the war, and that preyed on his mind. Mrs. Ada Cooper, whose house overlooks Harrison's shop, said she heard two shots, and Harrison said I have shot a rat and laid it on the roof." Then there were two more shots. The Coroner called Bobbie Harrison to his side, and in a low voice read the statement made by the boy. Bobbie said his father sent him for some milk. When he returned, he saw Geoffrey lying by the side of his cycle, with part of his head missing. "I shouted for help." said Bobbie, "and came towards the house calling ?Mum.? I saw her lying on the ground." Stating that he thought details should kept as brief as possible, the Coroner said tragedies had often occurred through people brooding over other tragedies which had taken place previously.
Nottingham Evening Post, 4 July 1927
WIPED OUT. EX-SERVICEMAN TRIPLE SHOOTING TRAGEDY. triple tragedy occurred at St. Ives, Hunts., to-day. A report of a motor-cycle backfiring was heard on the premises of Mr. Fred Harrison, a butcher, and on the neighbours entering found Mrs. Harrison lying dead the floor of the kitchen, and Mr. Harrison and his son Geoffrey, aged about 18, lay dead in the yard. A sporting gun found near the father contained two empty cartridges, and two other discharged cartridges were found the police. Mr. Harrison served abroad during the war. Harrison's second son, Bobbie, aged 14, was away from home at the time. He had been sent on an errand, and the tragedy was discovered on his return. Frederick Harrison, the husband, 46 years age, was the son of a former mayor St. Ives. His aged parents are still alive. His second wife, Florence Gertrude, the deceased woman, 28. Harrison was popular man at St. Ives. He took over the business from his father on being demobilised after serving overseas. His family are described being "the essence of respectability.'' One of his brothers is a doctor and another a solicitor. Neighbours are at a loss explain the tragedy. The circumstances point to the husband firing the gun. Geoffrey's body was found near his motor cycle. The youth was in the habit of motor cycling to business about eight o'clock every morning, and as it was at about that time that shots were heard, no undue comment was excited because Geoffrey's machine usually produced noises not unlike exploding cartridges.
 
JONES, Florence Gertrude (I8116)
 
24 Aberdeen Journal, 5 July 1927
THREE SHOT DEAD. Tragic Fate of Father, Mother, and Son. Hearing reports as of a motor misfiring, neighbours entered the premises of Mr F. Harrison (46), butcher, St Ives, Hunts, yesterday, and found Mrs Harrison lying dead on the floor of the kitchen. Mr Harrison and his son, Geoffrey (18), lay dead in the yard. A sporting gun found near the father contained two empty cartridges, and two other discharged cartridges were found by the police. Mr Harrison served abroad during the war. Harrison's second son, Bobby (14), was away on an errand, and the tragedy was discovered on his return. Frederick Harrison, the husband, was the son of a former Mayor of St Ives. His aged parents are still alive.
Western Gazette, 8 July 1927
WAR WORRIES REVEALED AT INQUEST. That Frederick Harrison, 46, butcher, St. Ives Hunts shot his wife and elder son and committed suicide while insane was the verdict at the inquest on the three persons on Tuesday. Bobbie, aged 11, the only survivor of the family, said he saw Geoffrey lying by the side of his cycle, wounded the head. "I shouted for help," said Bobbie, "and came towards the house calling 'mum.' I saw her lying the ground." Dr. Henry Harrison said his brother contracted malaria in the war. He was not allowed to return to civilian life for a year after the war, and preyed his mind. He felt his business was slipping away
Exmouth & Plymouth Gazette, 6 July 1927
ST. IVES TRAGEDY. MURDER AND SUICIDE. A verdict that Harrison committed suicide while temporarily insane, and murdered his wife and son was recorded at an inquest held at St. Ives, Huntingdonshire, yesterday, Frederick Harrison, 46, a local butcher, Florence Beatrice, 39, his second wife, and Geoffrey, 17, his elder son, who were found shot dead at their home at St. Ives Monday. Dr. Henry Harrison, with whom sat Bobbie, aged 11, the youngest son, and only survivor of the family, said his brother Frederick served during the war in Italy, Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Salonica. Before the war he had good health, but contracted malaria, and when returned he felt his business was slipping away from him. He was not allowed to return civilian life for year after the war, and that preyed on his mind. Mrs. Ada Cooper, whose house overlooks Harrison's shop, said she heard two shots, and Harrison said I have shot a rat and laid it on the roof." Then there were two more shots. The Coroner called Bobbie Harrison to his side, and in a low voice read the statement made by the boy. Bobbie said his father sent him for some milk. When he returned, he saw Geoffrey lying by the side of his cycle, with part of his head missing. "I shouted for help." said Bobbie, "and came towards the house calling ?Mum.? I saw her lying on the ground." Stating that he thought details should kept as brief as possible, the Coroner said tragedies had often occurred through people brooding over other tragedies which had taken place previously.
Nottingham Evening Post, 4 July 1927
WIPED OUT. EX-SERVICEMAN TRIPLE SHOOTING TRAGEDY. triple tragedy occurred at St. Ives, Hunts., to-day. A report of a motor-cycle backfiring was heard on the premises of Mr. Fred Harrison, a butcher, and on the neighbours entering found Mrs. Harrison lying dead the floor of the kitchen, and Mr. Harrison and his son Geoffrey, aged about 18, lay dead in the yard. A sporting gun found near the father contained two empty cartridges, and two other discharged cartridges were found the police. Mr. Harrison served abroad during the war. Harrison's second son, Bobbie, aged 14, was away from home at the time. He had been sent on an errand, and the tragedy was discovered on his return. Frederick Harrison, the husband, 46 years age, was the son of a former mayor St. Ives. His aged parents are still alive. His second wife, Florence Gertrude, the deceased woman, 28. Harrison was popular man at St. Ives. He took over the business from his father on being demobilised after serving overseas. His family are described being "the essence of respectability.'' One of his brothers is a doctor and another a solicitor. Neighbours are at a loss explain the tragedy. The circumstances point to the husband firing the gun. Geoffrey's body was found near his motor cycle. The youth was in the habit of motor cycling to business about eight o'clock every morning, and as it was at about that time that shots were heard, no undue comment was excited because Geoffrey's machine usually produced noises not unlike exploding cartridges.
 
HARRISON, Geoffrey Frederick (I8114)
 
25 accidentally killed BULTITAFT, Edward (I3078)
 
26 according to Ellen Kwant info on Ancestry MOLLOY, Sophie Mildred (I776)
 
27 according to Ellen Kwant info on Ancestry MOLLOY, Thomas (I596)
 
28 according to Ellen Kwant info on Ancestry CULPIN, Sophia Kington (I566)
 
29 According to Geoff Mason, Annie went to live with Geoff & his family when his twin sisters were born. He also had recollections of her at Somersham helping with children living at a chemist shop opposite the Chapel in the High Street. CULPIN, Annie Louisa (I597)
 
30 Address: 299 Donegal Road, Belfast RENNICK, Margaret Ann (I7910)
 
31 Address: Garden House Hotel, Cambridge; Educator; US citizen; visiting for one month. BEASLEY, Ronald Storey (I3480)
 
32 Adm. pens. at CORPUS CHRISTI, Oct. 1, 1898. [S. of Alexander of Arbroath. B. Oct. 20, 1877, at Dundee. School, Harris Academy, Dundee, and afterwards at St Andrews University (M.A. 1898).] Matric. Michs. 1898; Scholar, 1899; B.A. 1901. Entered the I.C.S., 1900; served in Bombay as Assistant Collector and Magistrate. Supt. of Law Records and Registration, 1905-10. Collector, 1920. Addit. Deputy Secretary to Govt., Finance Dept., 1921. Collector and Political Agent, Bhor, 1923. In Revenue Dept., 1925. Officiating Sec. to Government and Acting Commissioner. Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, 1924. Political Agent at Surat, 1926, at Rewa Kantha, 1928. Member of the Legislative Council, 1929, 1931 and 1932. Inspector-General of Registration, Bombay Presidency. Commissioner of Division, 1931; retired, 1936. C.I.E., 1931. (I.C.S. Lists; Kelly Handbook; Who's Who.) MACKIE, Alfred William White (I2087)
 
33 Admitted to St Olave's Workhouse, Parish Street, Bermondsey, 9 September 1909: Culpin John A, age 35, Grange Road Police Station, alleged insane, wife Jane Jessie Culpin, 4 Kimpton Road, Camberwell, discharged 16 September 1909 to Banstead Asylum. Parish Chargeable: Bermondsey. CULPIN, John Arthur (I880)
 
34 adult FLAVEL, Martha Jane (I2112)
 
35 adult christening, age 24 SHORTLAND, Jane (I2620)
 
36 adult christening, age 26 SHORTLAND, Sarah (I1662)
 
37 adult, age 17 QUINCE, Eliza Ann (I2413)
 
38 after funeral service at St Mary's church, Ely LANGFORD, Rosie Ada (I132)
 
39 age "over 1" STADEN, Stanley Frederick (I1143)
 
40 age 1 SUTTON, Jane (I8793)
 
41 age 1 FREE, Annie (I6379)
 
42 age 1 MCCALLUM, George Mitchell (I6373)
 
43 age 1 CRUTCHFIELD, Walter John (I5651)
 
44 age 1 CULPIN, James (I4195)
 
45 age 1 HINSON, William (I2732)
 
46 age 1 FREEMAN, Emma Bradley (I1948)
 
47 age 1 PATES, Sarah (I1790)
 
48 age 1 FLAVEL, John (I1235)
 
49 age 1 BIGLEY, Mary (I645)
 
50 age 1 QUINCE, William (I519)
 
51 age 1 yr 2 mths BARKER, Thomas (I637)
 
52 age 1/12 CULPIN, Charlotte (I12670)
 
53 age 10 LANGFORD, Sarah (I3061)
 
54 age 10 LANGFORD, Susanna (I1332)
 
55 age 10 mths FLAVEL, James (I2107)
 
56 age 10 mths FORDHAM, Mary Anne (I1523)
 
57 age 10 weeks CULPIN, Maurice Evan (I3663)
 
58 age 11 mths BIGLEY, Eliza (I414)
 
59 age 12 THODAY, Robin (I5787)
 
60 age 12 CULPIN, Elizabeth Goodyer (I558)
 
61 age 13 CULPIN, Thomas (I3669)
 
62 age 13 LOWTON, George (I3362)
 
63 age 13 LANGFORD, Charlotte (I255)
 
64 age 14 SUTTON, Daniel (I8799)
 
65 age 14 CULPIN, Ann (I3770)
 
66 age 15 CULPIN, Henry (I3666)
 
67 age 15 QUINCE, Elizabeth (I2405)
 
68 age 15 FLAVEL, Harriet (I1395)
 
69 age 15 mths BULLARD, Martha (I1647)
 
70 age 15 mths FLAVEL, Martha (I1422)
 
71 age 17 FORDHAM, John (I1543)
 
72 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5791)
 
73 age 18 LOWTON, Ellen (I1423)
 
74 age 18 WEBB, Judith (I346)
 
75 age 18 WEBB, Robert (I341)
 
76 age 19 KINGTON, Sophia (I521)
 
77 age 2 SMITH, John (I2720)
 
78 age 2 WADE, Eliza (I2131)
 
79 age 2 FLAVEL, Sarah (I2110)
 
80 age 2 LOWTON, Eliza (I1377)
 
81 age 2 weeks FORDHAM, Elizabeth Anne (I1521)
 
82 age 2.5 years BURROWS, Alice (I719)
 
83 age 20 FLAVEL, Judith (I1421)
 
84 age 20 days BIGLEY, Maria (I417)
 
85 age 21 CULPIN, Sarah (I3726)
 
86 age 21 mths PATES, Henry (I1573)
 
87 age 22 CULPIN, Sarah (I3668)
 
88 age 22 BURROWS, John Pope (I1020)
 
89 age 22 days BIGLEY, Jane (I416)
 
90 age 22, diseased hip & decline STANTON, Elizabeth Harriet (I5357)
 
91 age 23 FORDHAM, George (I1520)
 
92 age 25 days BIGLEY, Susannah (I420)
 
93 age 26 FLAVEL, Rebecca (I1215)
 
94 age 26 (sic) CRUTCHFIELD, Paul (I5655)
 
95 age 27 SMITH, Thomas (I8787)
 
96 age 28 CULPIN, Henry (I3727)
 
97 age 29 FLAVEL, James (I2108)
 
98 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5790)
 
99 age 3 CRUTCHFIELD, Winifred Rachel Culpin (I5658)
 
100 age 3 QUINCE, Eliza (I3486)
 
101 age 3 QUINCE, John (I3485)
 
102 age 3 FLAVEL, Elizabeth Ann (I2115)
 
103 age 3 (mths?) FREE, William Walter Henry (I6404)
 
104 age 3 weeks, unbaptised CULPIN, Hannah (I3761)
 
105 age 3 yrs LOWTON, John (I1703)
 
106 age 3, burned to death CULPIN, Charlotte (I3762)
 
107 age 31 FORDHAM, Richard (I780)
 
108 age 31 WEBB, Mary (I342)
 
109 age 32 BEASLEY, Ronald Storey (I3480)
 
110 age 32 KINGTON, Sophia (I521)
 
111 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. EDWARDS, Nellie Louisa (I3918)
 
112 age 33 LANGFORD, William (I2964)
 
113 age 33 WEBB, Susan (I347)
 
114 age 36 LOWTON, Henry James (I3363)
 
115 age 39 FREE, John William Henry (I6397)
 
116 age 39 ONGLEY, Thomas Stephen (I5277)
 
117 age 39 MEARS, Robert (I3711)
 
118 age 39 MASON, Mary (I1932)
 
119 age 39 LOWTON, Elizabeth (I1372)
 
120 age 3wks TRAVIS, John (I1346)
 
121 age 3yrs 9mths EASTWELL, Rupert John (I7479)
 
122 age 4 SMITH, Sarah (I8788)
 
123 age 4 LANGFORD, Norman (I277)
 
124 age 4 LANGFORD, Edward (I258)
 
125 age 4 mths ILLETT, Adugar (I3554)
 
126 age 4.5mths CRICK, Noel Douglas (I7920)
 
127 age 40 BURROWS, Isaac (I1018)
 
128 age 40 DICKENS, Elizabeth (I694)
 
129 age 41 CULPIN, Millis (I688)
 
130 age 43 FLAVEL, William Benjamin (I6426)
 
131 age 44 BLOW, Musgrave (I6580)
 
132 age 44 LOWTON, Mary Ann (I3366)
 
133 age 44 HATCH, Martha (I176)
 
134 age 45 ESSEX, Elizabeth (I326)
 
135 age 45 MOORE, James (I22)
 
136 age 46 BROWN, Kathleen W (I4527)
 
137 age 49 LYTHELL, Sarah Jane (I3579)
 
138 age 49, address: Gemsford, Chann Riding, Linfield, Middx; occ. clerk THODAY, Wallace (I4522)
 
139 age 5 CULPIN, Elizabeth (I691)
 
140 age 5 mths LANGFORD, Edward (I2967)
 
141 age 5 mths LOWTON, Mary (I1381)
 
142 age 5 mths TRAVIS, Henry (I1360)
 
143 age 5 mths STADEN, Archibald Bertie (I1144)
 
144 age 5 mths ELLWOOD, Minnie (I981)
 
145 age 5 mths CULPIN, Charlotte (I697)
 
146 age 5 mths FORDHAM, Maria (I1544)
 
147 age 5 weeks CULPIN, Charles William (I851)
 
148 age 5 weeks WEBB, George (I337)
 
149 age 5, smallpox, New Churchyard SUTTON, Emma (I8798)
 
150 age 50 HIAM, John (I2753)
 
151 age 51 WHEELER, Sarah (I3009)
 
152 age 53 JOHNSON, Thomas Deaks (I720)
 
153 age 53, buried Mountain View Cemetery. PATES, Minnie (I966)
 
154 age 54 FREE, Francis Norman Roy (I6399)
 
155 age 54 CULPIN, Abraham (I3578)
 
156 age 55 MURFITT, Isaac (I181)
 
157 age 55, of The Slap Up Inn LEACH, Louisa (I2119)
 
158 age 56 ROWLAND, Ann (I579)
 
159 age 56 LANGFORD, Benjamin (I178)
 
160 age 58 LOWTON, Ann (I1285)
 
161 age 58 FLETCHER, Alfred (I288)
 
162 age 59 WESTLEY, Charlotte (I253)
 
163 age 59; cause of death: anaemia CROSS, Hannah (I2165)
 
164 age 5mths, meningitis BIGLEY, Annie Reta (I8933)
 
165 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5789)
 
166 age 6 LANGFORD, Lois (I3062)
 
167 age 6 LANGFORD, Jane (I257)
 
168 age 6 mths BIGLEY, Elizabeth (I415)
 
169 age 6 wks LOWTON, William Munsey (I1391)
 
170 age 6, daughter of David & Jane, cordwainer YOUNG, Maria (I2758)
 
171 age 60 FLAVEL, John (I1216)
 
172 age 60 SMITH, Mary (I413)
 
173 age 61 QUINCE, Freeman (I173)
 
174 age 62 SHORTLAND, Sarah (I1662)
 
175 age 62 WEBB, Martha (I323)
 
176 age 63 RANKILOR, Denys Ashley George (I5595)
 
177 age 63 STADEN, Sydney Arthur (I2319)
 
178 age 65 CULPIN, George (I12421)
 
179 age 66 yrs CULPIN, Millis (I685)
 
180 age 68 BLENCH, Elizabeth (I8784)
 
181 age 68 DODD, Sarah (I1334)
 
182 age 68 WATT, Christina Douglas (I1122)
 
183 age 68 LANGFORD, Benjamin (I175)
 
184 age 69 WRIGHT, Alice (I3664)
 
185 age 69 POPE, Mary (I1016)
 
186 age 7 QUINCE, Thomas Burr (I3487)
 
187 age 7 mths FORDHAM, Willis (I1545)
 
188 age 70 STADEN, Charles Thomas (I1067)
 
189 age 71 JELLING, Elizabeth (I459)
 
190 age 72 HARRISON, Elizabeth (I3744)
 
191 age 72 CULPIN, Richard (I543)
 
192 age 73 LANK, Esther (I8014)
 
193 age 73 WADLOW, Fred (I4509)
 
194 age 73 BURROWS, Robert (I461)
 
195 age 73 FLAVEL, Thomas (I327)
 
196 age 73, of the Slap Up WAGSTAFF, George Joseph (I4033)
 
197 age 74 MCCLOCKLIN, Dorothy Eva May (I7939)
 
198 age 74 HAYES, Mary (I542)
 
199 age 75 FREE, James Oswald (I6392)
 
200 age 76 OFEL, Elizabeth (I1284)
 

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