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'Sandy and Henry came over to Scotland and stayed with 'Aunt Bu' until they joined the British North Borneo Co. I do not know what happened to Henry.' 
DUNLOP, Henry (I26)
 
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Dr Hardwicke held an inquest on Monday, at the St Pancras Coroner's Court, touching the death of Sophia Culpin, aged 66, of 54 Howland Street, Tottenham Court Road. On the night in question John McArthur, who resided in the house, on coming home observed smoke issuing from deceased's room, and he at once tried to get in by the window, the door being fastened, but failing in this he took a chopper and, smashing the panels of the door, effected an entrance, when he found that the room was on fire. He raised the alarm and with two buckets of water extinguished the fire, when a horrible sight presented itself. On the table were the remains of an exploded paraffin lamp, there being a strong smell of oil in the room. At the side of the room, half sitting and half lying, and with her head against the wall, was the deceased, burnt to death. Her clothes were a mass of smouldering rags, her hair was burnt off, her breast burnt, and one of her legs was frightfully charred. The deceased had suffered from bad legs and rheumatism and could not get about much. A verdict of "Accidental Death" was recorded. 
SHEPPARD, Sophia (I2783)
 
3
See also: www.middleton-stjohs.com 
Family F2233
 
4 - A commissioner of supply, D.L. and J.P. Contested the county of Bute in 1841.

- In 1818 James Senior brought his sons James, Robert and Henry into copartnership - Robert went off to America in 1821, James died in 1824 and he himself died 1826, leaving it to his sons to carry on the business or sell it = After which there was a series of co-partnerships between Henry, Colin (died 1827), Charles, William fell ill and retired in 1838. Henry carried on with Charles as partner. John was a partner and had money in the business but refused to take any part in the active running of the firm = Charles died of ill-health in 1851 - John retired in 1845 - Henry continued till his death in 1867, and either before his death, or after, the Broomsward works was sold to a jute co.

- 'The Dunlops of the generation of James, Henry, Charles (my grt. grandfather) were all Free Kirk, as were Charles' in-laws, and they had to pay for the Free Kirk schools and the masters who taught in them.'
 
DUNLOP, Henry (I4)
 
5 "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)
 
6 "being 1 years old" BULLARD, William (I1601)
 
7 "being 3 years old" BULLARD, Mary (I1600)
 
8 "being about 3 years old" BULLARD, John (I1603)
 
9 "buried by the side of Susannah Gilbeard"; from Sue Anderson. ASPITAL, Elizabeth (I1568)
 
10 "cripple from three months" NEWMAN, Ann (I162)
 
11 "in his 90th year" FORDHAM, John (I1454)
 
12 "natural son of Catherine Sutton" SUTTON, Joseph Watts (I2155)
 
13 "of individual means; his "wife" a shop keeper" COWCHER, James Joseph (I511)
 
14 "of previous marriage" SMITH, Ernest Edwin (I1398)
 
15 "of previous marriage" SMITH, Agnes (I1399)
 
16 "of Whittlesford" in marriage register BLOW, Richard (I6570)
 
17 "Peter Cowcher, gentleman, of Streatham" COWCHER, Peter (I844)
 
18 "polled in this booth but there are no such Tythings in the Division; - they are supposed to be rated to the Land Tax in some other Tythings" COWCHER, John (I464)
 
19 "Robert Cowcher from Glocester" COWCHER, Robert (I1377)
 
20 "Robert Cowcher, distiller, of St George Southwark" COWCHER, Robert (I1344)
 
21 'Charles Dunlop who was a Brother of my Father's. Uncle Charles was in business in Singapore or Straits Settlements but I fancy not very successful. Aunt Amy with him out there - not in China. They had one son. .... Aunt Amy came back to England, where you saw here - very small income - and then Uncle Charles came back ill, and died and then Aunt Amy died.'
1901 Census Dunlop Amy F 50 Newington Midlothian 0 708583 685/5 144 _ 016

Surname First name(s) Age District Vol Page
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Births Jun 1849
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SINCLAIR Amy Durham &c 24 122 
SINCLAIR, Amy (I15)
 
22 'Charles Dunlop who was a Brother of my Father's. Uncle Charles was in business in Singapore or Straits Settlements but I fancy not very successful. Aunt Amy with him out there - not in China. They had one son. .... Aunt Amy came back to England, where you saw here - very small income - and then Uncle Charles came back ill, and died and then Aunt Amy died.' DUNLOP, Charles (I9)
 
23 'of Larges' (Burke's Peerage 1863)
James Dunlop one of my Father's Brothers - He settled in USA and two of his sons Sandy + Henry came over to Scotland and stayed with 'Aunt Bu' until they joined the British North Borneo Co.' 
DUNLOP, James (I23)
 
24 'Received for proclaiming Henry Dunlop Esqr of Craigton Parish of Govan and Alexina Rankin of this Parish Daughter of the late John Rankin Esqr Greenock on one sabbath 1.'; also shown on Scotland Marriages index as one day later than the marriage in Govan. Family F3
 
25 'They had one son - Charles or Karl as he was called who came Home for his education - got a degree at Oxford and became a School Master (He used to play cricket for Somerset) Karl married and eventually started a school at Helensburgh - married and had two daughters I think. he died and we lost touch.' DUNLOP, Charles Edward (I27)
 
26 (Charles Thomas) CULPIN, Thomas Charles (I538)
 
27 (household of Frederick Dugmore, Capt, Scots Fusilier Guards) BURROWS, Isaac (I1018)
 
28 (household of William Berry) QUINCE, Sarah (I480)
 
29 1 mth FORDHAM, John George (I1502)
 
30 1 mth LANGFORD, Jane (I256)
 
31 1-2 years LEGGE, Elizabeth (I863)
 
32 11 Needham Street RENNICK, Thomas (I7908)
 
33 14th Light Dragoons, Inidian Mutiny Medal 1857-1858 CULPIN, Jaaziniah (I2922)
 
34 16 Silver Street, Cambridge FOSTER, Herbert (I4613)
 
35 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)
 
36 1777 UMS/COLNE/09
Conveyance of land in Colne Fields by Kilburn Jellings and others to John Houghton of Hemingford Grey. 
JELLING, Kilbourne (I6561)
 
37 1829 14 (month ??? - omitted from notes) (died and buried in Largs) Mrs Henry Dunlop Broomfields but of Craigton 22.' CAIRNIE, Ann (I22)
 
38 1901 census says April 14 1897 BIGLEY, Anna (I8913)
 
39 1901 census says Jan 4 1855 CROSS, Hannah (I2165)
 
40 1911 Census gives birth as Apr 1891...? FORDHAM, John James (I6991)
 
41 1911 Census gives Mar 1871 as birth FORDHAM, James (I1457)
 
42 2 houses down from her grandparents MOORE, Frances Maria (I6645)
 
43 2 houses down from her in laws CHILVERS, Sarah (I6643)
 
44 2 houses down from her in laws CHILVERS, Sarah (I6643)
 
45 2 houses down from his grandparents MOORE, George (I6644)
 
46 2 houses down from his grandparents MOORE, George (I6644)
 
47 2 houses down from his parents MOORE, George (I6642)
 
48 2 houses down from his parents MOORE, George (I6642)
 
49 230 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)
 
50 27. Elizabeth Seely COWCHER was born in 1788 in Bath, England. She
died in 1846 in Medonte, Ontario, Canada, St. George Churchyard. She
was buried in Medonte, Ontario, Canada, St. George Churchyard.
Children were:

i. Milicent Pollock STEELE was born in England.
13 ii. Ellen Francis STEELE.
iii. Elmes STEELE.
iv. Henry STEELE.
v. Unkown STEELE.
vi. John Cowcher STEELE was born in 1807 in England. He died on 20
Aug 1909 in Canada. He was buried in Purbrook, Medonte, Canada.

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she married RN Captain Elmes Yelverton Steele. 
COWCHER, Elizabeth Seely (I1688)
 
51 2nd Battalion, Scots Guards NOBLE, Albert Theodore (I711)
 
52 2nd Lt Charles Henry Culpin, died of wounds 15 May 1917, 10th Battalion, Gloucs Regt, aged 23, son of Henry & Johanna of Golders Green CULPIN, Karl Henry (I3261)
 
53 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I497)
 
54 3 Dec 1831 Largs, Ayrshire; 1831 and 1832: Dec 2 Henry Dunlop and Alexina Rankin (booked and married). His parish: Govan; her parish: Largs. Family F3
 
55 38a HOW, Martha Farrant (I575)
 
56 38a, age 53 CULPIN, Richard William (I524)
 
57 40 Park Street, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, age 36, coal miner (hewer); plus Ida Gunn, sister, age 35, dressmaker and Leonard Holley, nephew, age 10, school; house of five rooms CULPIN, George (I3829)
 
58 572/02 0136 DUNLOP, Colin Hinton (I11)
 
59 713/00 0010 DUNLOP, James Crauford (I18)
 
60 8 Union Street: William H Cowcher, 7 males, 4 females COWCHER, William Henry (I1696)
 
61 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I634)
 
62 9 St John's Street, Biggleswade PATES, Sarah (I37)
 
63 A Henry Dunlop is mentioned in Margaret MacLarty's will - 'To Henry Dunlop my pair Bibles in my Drawers.' It's not clear if this is Margaret's niece Alexina's husband or her son, but it follows a bequest 'to John Scott my grand nephew' and precedes bequests to John Rankin Dunlop, Colin MacLarty Campbell and Louisa MacLaverty, who are all (probably) her great-nephews and -niece, so probably it's this Henry. DUNLOP, Henry (I7)
 
64 A house painter (master) died 17-2-1906 at Ketton Rutland xxx42 (SR Stamford). Informant: JM Culpin, son, of Ketton. RG Stamford March 1906 7a230. CULPIN, Hosea Silvanus (I2926)
 
65 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I12683)
 
66 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I1542)
 
67 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)
 
68 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)
 
69 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I3674)
 
70 accidentally killed BULTITAFT, Edward (I3078)
 
71 according to a correction on Ancestry Family F896
 
72 according to Ellen Kwant info on Ancestry MOLLOY, Sophie Mildred (I776)
 
73 according to Ellen Kwant info on Ancestry MOLLOY, Thomas (I596)
 
74 according to Ellen Kwant info on Ancestry CULPIN, Sophia Kington (I566)
 
75 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)
 
76 According to Rootschat note re Dorothy Worsfold: American Awards to British and Commonwealth Personnel 1942 to 1949: Culpin, Francis de Montford, SL-Bronze Star-461015-RAF.

There is a photo of him on an ancestry family tree, in RAF unifrom. 
CULPIN, Francis de Montfort (I1747)
 
77 According to the Family Bible, Maria was born at "1/4 before 6 in the evening" ROBB, Maria (I562)
 
78 actual date from Culpin.org website Family F2550
 
79 Address at Attestation: 49 Bower Lane, Maidstone; Age: 37yrs 164days; Occupation: Wheelwright; Religion: C of E; Height: 5ft 71/4in SELMES, Christopher Ivon (I1401)
 
80 Address: 299 Donegal Road, Belfast RENNICK, Margaret Ann (I7910)
 
81 Address: Garden House Hotel, Cambridge; Educator; US citizen; visiting for one month. BEASLEY, Ronald Storey (I3480)
 
82 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)
 
83 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)
 
84 adult FLAVEL, Martha Jane (I2112)
 
85 adult WATTS, Alice (I710)
 
86 Adult christening ELLIS, Ernest Charles (I147)
 
87 adult christening, age 24 SHORTLAND, Jane (I2620)
 
88 adult christening, age 26 SHORTLAND, Sarah (I1662)
 
89 adult, age 17 QUINCE, Eliza Ann (I2413)
 
90 age "over 1" STADEN, Stanley Frederick (I1143)
 
91 age 1 SUTTON, Jane (I8793)
 
92 age 1 FREE, Annie (I6379)
 
93 age 1 MCCALLUM, George Mitchell (I6373)
 
94 age 1 CRUTCHFIELD, Walter John (I5651)
 
95 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I514)
 
96 age 1 KEMPTON, Mary Ann (I511)
 
97 age 1 KEMPTON, Samuel (I449)
 
98 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I144)
 
99 age 1 CULPIN, James (I4195)
 
100 age 1 CULPIN, Ann (I3085)
 
101 age 1 HILLS, Keziah (I3157)
 
102 age 1 BOYD, James Balenger (I1587)
 
103 age 1 HINSON, William (I2732)
 
104 age 1 FREEMAN, Emma Bradley (I1948)
 
105 age 1 PATES, Sarah (I1790)
 
106 age 1 FLAVEL, John (I1235)
 
107 age 1 BIGLEY, Mary (I645)
 
108 age 1 QUINCE, William (I519)
 
109 age 1 YETTON, Thomas (I1100)
 
110 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I454)
 
111 age 1 mth BIGLEY, Phebe (I419)
 
112 age 1 yr 2 mths BARKER, Thomas (I637)
 
113 age 1/12 CULPIN, Charlotte (I12670)
 
114 age 10 LANGFORD, Sarah (I3061)
 
115 age 10 LANGFORD, Susanna (I1332)
 
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119 age 10 mths FLAVEL, James (I2107)
 
120 age 10 mths FORDHAM, Mary Anne (I1523)
 
121 age 10 weeks CULPIN, Maurice Evan (I3663)
 
122 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I1739)
 
123 age 11 mths KEMPTON, John Dimmocke (I365)
 
124 age 11 mths BIGLEY, Eliza (I414)
 
125 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5787)
 
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127 age 12 COWCHER, William Thomas (I235)
 
128 age 12 CULPIN, Elizabeth Goodyer (I558)
 
129 age 12 WEBB, Frederick (I301)
 
130 age 13 CULPIN, Thomas (I3669)
 
131 age 13 LOWTON, George (I3362)
 
132 age 13 LANGFORD, Charlotte (I255)
 
133 age 13mths ROBB, Harriett Sarah (I1099)
 
134 age 14 SUTTON, Daniel (I8799)
 
135 age 14 CULPIN, Ann (I3770)
 
136 age 14 MENDHAM, Martha (I655)
 
137 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I852)
 
138 age 15 CULPIN, Henry (I3666)
 
139 age 15 QUINCE, Elizabeth (I2405)
 
140 age 15 FLAVEL, Harriet (I1395)
 
141 age 15 mths BULLARD, Martha (I1647)
 
142 age 15 mths FLAVEL, Martha (I1422)
 
143 age 15 yrs COWCHER, Sybella (I843)
 
144 age 17 FORDHAM, John (I1543)
 
145 age 17 BLINMAN, Mildred Rose (I1198)
 
146 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5791)
 
147 age 18 LOWTON, Ellen (I1423)
 
148 age 18 WEBB, Judith (I346)
 
149 age 18 WEBB, Robert (I341)
 
150 age 18mths; of George Court STADEN, Caroline (I374)
 
151 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I1669)
 
152 age 19 KINGTON, Sophia (I521)
 
153 age 19 mths CULPIN, Ethel (I3586)
 
154 age 1m KEMPTON, Charlotte Eliza Rebecca (I452)
 
155 age 1yr 4mths ANDREW, Robert (I3301)
 
156 age 2 READING, Archibald (I153)
 
157 age 2 MENDHAM, Hannah (I649)
 
158 age 2 SMITH, John (I2720)
 
159 age 2 WADE, Eliza (I2131)
 
160 age 2 FLAVEL, Sarah (I2110)
 
161 age 2 LOWTON, Eliza (I1377)
 
162 age 2 LOWTON, Mary Ann (I766)
 
163 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I1421)
 
164 age 2 3/4 yrs STADEN, John Walter (I39)
 
165 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I451)
 
166 age 2 weeks FORDHAM, Elizabeth Anne (I1521)
 
167 age 2 years ROBB, Harriet (I1679)
 
168 age 2 yrs 11 mths WEBB, Ellen (I314)
 
169 Age 2, smallpox KEMPTON, Ann (I122)
 
170 age 2.5 years BURROWS, Alice (I719)
 
171 age 20 KEMPTON, Sarah (I462)
 
172 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I451)
 
173 age 20 COWCHER, Elizabeth Amelia (I195)
 
174 age 20 SUTTON, Joseph Watts (I2155)
 
175 age 20 FLAVEL, Judith (I1421)
 
176 age 20 days BIGLEY, Maria (I417)
 
177 age 20mths; of George Place STADEN, Susanna (I372)
 
178 age 21 CULPIN, Sarah (I3726)
 
179 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I681)
 
180 age 21 mths PATES, Henry (I1573)
 
181 age 21-22 yrs, apothecary TOOKIE, Robert (I950)
 
182 age 22 CULPIN, Sarah (I3668)
 
183 age 22 BURROWS, John Pope (I1020)
 
184 age 22 days BIGLEY, Jane (I416)
 
185 age 22, diseased hip & decline STANTON, Elizabeth Harriet (I5357)
 
186 age 23 FORDHAM, George (I1520)
 
187 age 23 days KEMPTON, Samuel (I367)
 
188 age 23 days BIGLEY, Charlotte (I106)
 
189 age 23; dau of William & Anne; Verse: As a sister, friend and daughter. COWCHER, Rosa (I1694)
 
190 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I512)
 
191 age 24 days KEMPTON, Samuel (I449)
 
192 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I369)
 
193 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I425)
 
194 age 25 COWCHER, Louisa Philippa (I1665)
 
195 age 25 LEGGE, Henry (I862)
 
196 age 25 days BIGLEY, Susannah (I420)
 
197 age 26 FLAVEL, Rebecca (I1215)
 
198 age 26 (sic) CRUTCHFIELD, Paul (I5655)
 
199 age 27 SMITH, Thomas (I8787)
 
200 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I366)
 

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