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51 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
 
52 572/02 0136 DUNLOP, Colin Hinton (I11)
 
53 8 Union Street: William H Cowcher, 7 males, 4 females COWCHER, William Henry (I1696)
 
54 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)
 
55 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)
 
56 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)
 
57 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I1542)
 
58 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)
 
59 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)
 
60 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I3674)
 
61 accidentally killed BULTITAFT, Edward (I3078)
 
62 according to a correction on Ancestry Family F896
 
63 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)
 
64 Address at Attestation: 49 Bower Lane, Maidstone; Age: 37yrs 164days; Occupation: Wheelwright; Religion: C of E; Height: 5ft 71/4in SELMES, Christopher Ivon (I1401)
 
65 Address: 299 Donegal Road, Belfast RENNICK, Margaret Ann (I7910)
 
66 Address: Garden House Hotel, Cambridge; Educator; US citizen; visiting for one month. BEASLEY, Ronald Storey (I3480)
 
67 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)
 
68 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)
 
69 adult FLAVEL, Martha Jane (I2112)
 
70 adult christening, age 24 SHORTLAND, Jane (I2620)
 
71 adult christening, age 26 SHORTLAND, Sarah (I1662)
 
72 adult, age 17 QUINCE, Eliza Ann (I2413)
 
73 after funeral service at St Mary's church, Ely LANGFORD, Rosie Ada (I132)
 
74 age "over 1" STADEN, Stanley Frederick (I1143)
 
75 age 1 SUTTON, Jane (I8793)
 
76 age 1 FREE, Annie (I6379)
 
77 age 1 MCCALLUM, George Mitchell (I6373)
 
78 age 1 CRUTCHFIELD, Walter John (I5651)
 
79 age 1 KEMPTON, Mary Ann (I514)
 
80 age 1 KEMPTON, Mary Ann (I511)
 
81 age 1 KEMPTON, Samuel (I449)
 
82 age 1 LEGGE, Eliza (I144)
 
83 age 1 CULPIN, James (I4195)
 
84 age 1 CULPIN, Ann (I3085)
 
85 age 1 BOYD, James Balenger (I1587)
 
86 age 1 HINSON, William (I2732)
 
87 age 1 FREEMAN, Emma Bradley (I1948)
 
88 age 1 PATES, Sarah (I1790)
 
89 age 1 FLAVEL, John (I1235)
 
90 age 1 BIGLEY, Mary (I645)
 
91 age 1 QUINCE, William (I519)
 
92 age 1 YETTON, Thomas (I1100)
 
93 age 1 day KEMPTON, Titus (I454)
 
94 age 1 yr 2 mths BARKER, Thomas (I637)
 
95 age 1/12 CULPIN, Charlotte (I12670)
 
96 age 10 LANGFORD, Sarah (I3061)
 
97 age 10 LANGFORD, Susanna (I1332)
 
98 age 10 LEGGE, Henry Critchley (I1421)
 
99 age 10 days BLINMAN, Elizabeth (I1188)
 
100 age 10 mths KEMPTON, Isaac (I369)
 

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