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601 Also Louisa Barnard, age 60, nurse BLAYDON, George (I2381)
 
602 also Lydia S Rayner, wife's sister, s, age 58, retired servant COWCHER, John (I111)
 
603 also Mary A Barrance, serv, 20, general serv. SMITH, John (I2994)
 
604 also Mary Ann Dunn, 30, gsd & Martha Dempster, 22, gsd CLARKE, William Henry (I5343)
 
605 also Mary Ann Francis, boarder, wid, 75, railway waiting room attendant; Sarah A Warner, visitor, 45, housekeeper & Frederick J Warner, 6 FREEMAN, Henry (I1969)
 
606 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I447)
 
607 also Mary Ann Littlewood, lodger, 16, box maker Susannah (I723)
 
608 also Mary Ann Ransome, stepsister, age 21, farm lab, b Islington (probably wife's daughter); William Fisher, lodger, age 46, farmer ANDREW, Freeman (I3149)
 
609 also Mary Brown, serv, age 20, house servant SMITH, John (I2994)
 
610 also Mary Canning, serv, age 16, general servant (domestic) DIXON, John (I730)
 
611 also Mary Clifford, mother, wid, age 73 CLIFFORD, Charles (I564)
 
612 Also Mary Creek, age 10m, nurse child FLAVEL, Thomas (I1212)
 
613 Also Mary Crow, visitor, age 18, ag lab dau. SPARKES, John (I1920)
 
614 also Mary Harrison, sister in law, age 30 HARRISON, Eliza (I1175)
 
615 Also Mary Jane Spain, age 14, general servant MOLLOY, Thomas (I596)
 
616 Also Mary Male, serv, 47, housekeeper & Elizabeth King, serv, 32, cook KEMPTON, Henry Tattershall Knowles (I453)
 
617 also Mary Marker, serv, 13, nurse girl CHASE, Charles Frederick (I3470)
 
618 also Mary Mitchell, niece, age 21, domestic servant COUCHER, George Henry (I455)
 
619 also Mary Richards, s/dau, age 15, scholar & Laura Richards, s/dau, age 12, scholar FORDHAM, Thomas (I1536)
 
620 also Michael Bryce, 40, ag lab & William Slater, 40, ag lab HILLS, William (I3156)
 
621 also Minnie L Allen, 23; Ralph Stoddard, 24 KILMER, Alfred Elizah (I5546)
 
622 also mother in law, three nieces, one boarder, two assistants and three servants; house of 21 rooms FELTON, Charles Francis (I1138)
 
623 also Nellie (7), Violet (5) & Doris (3) Langford, visitors, all born St Pancras WHITMAN, Richard John (I4016)
 
624 Also on Census were two servants HARDLEY, Daniel Russell (I1320)
 
625 Also on Census: Annie L Good, domestic servant, age 16, b London READING, John (I607)
 
626 Also on Census: Agnes Rolt, sister in law, age 49, widow, cook (domestic) CORNELIUS, John (I202)
 
627 Also on Census: Catherine Clare, 16, servant FREEMAN, Thomas Robert (I1976)
 
628 Also on Census: Charles Standley, lodger, wdr, age 50 YOUNG, Jesse (I2759)
 
629 Also on Census: Charlotte Cook, age 19, female servant KEMPTON, Castledine (I444)
 
630 Also on Census: Daisy M Goody, age 13, servant general domestic MOLLOY, Charles Henry (I2096)
 
631 Also on Census: Edith K House (?), servant KEMPTON, William Bell (I75)
 
632 also on Census: Elizabeth Crawford, 32, cook; Mary Neale, 27, housekeeper KEMPTON, Henry Tattershall Knowles (I453)
 
633 Also on Census: Elizabeth Toms, age 19, general servant domestic KEMPTON, Thomas Tyerman (I928)
 
634 Also on Census: Ellen Coppins, age 19, house maid; Thomas Couch, age 53, lodger, compositor COLLINGS, Robert Kent (I375)
 
635 Also on Census: Emma Cowcher, niece, age 10 PHILLIPS, Daniel (I120)
 
636 Also on Census: Emma Cox, sil, w, age 51, living on own means; Martha Cox, serv, 16 ROBB, Edward William (I563)
 
637 Also on Census: Frederick Bonnington, boarder, age 46 KEMPTON, Alfred (I573)
 
638 Also on Census: John Hawkins, boarder, 64, house keeper; George Wilson, boarder, 17, house keeper PATES, Thomas (I1762)
 
639 Also on Census: John Henry Serle, wife's brother, age 16. CHECK - wife married before? LAKER, Charlotte Elizabeth (I2175)
 
640 Also on Census: Laura C Felgate, 18, domestic general servant MOLLOY, Charles Henry (I2096)
 
641 Also on Census: Lydia Rayner, u, 69, sister, retired servant & Emily Watson, u, 17, domestic servant RAYNER, Frances (I110)
 
642 Also on Census: Mabel Collins, age 28, general servant domestic ARCHER, Ernest George (I83)
 
643 Also on Census: Maria Sproggins, housekeeper, age 73, formerly laundress; Esther Harper, boarder, age 16, dressmaker KINGTON, Thomas (I567)
 
644 Also on Census: Nicholas Cook, 26, visitor, Seaman RN & Louisa Hounsell, age 17, general domestic MOLLOY, Thomas (I596)
 
645 Also on Census: Phoebe Allen, age 18, domestic servant, born Toft, Cambs DYSON, William Franklin (I580)
 
646 Also on Census: Susan Cooper, 54, nurse KEMPTON, Isaac (I241)
 
647 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I745)
 
648 Also on Census: Thomas Couch, age 45, lodger, printer/compositor; Martha Northfield, 19, servant, house servant COLLINGS, Robert Kent (I375)
 
649 Also on Census: William Jones, lodger, age 45, porter PHILLIPS, Daniel (I120)
 
650 also on Census: William Rowell, widr, vis, age 82, ag lab LANGFORD, George Westley (I260)
 
651 Also on Census: William Rule, father in law, wdr, age 75, farmer MURFITT, Charles (I866)
 
652 Also on Census: William Willis, visitor, age 11, scholar, b Battersea COWCHER, William (I65)
 
653 Also on Census:- Elizabeth Bosworth, 34, Charles Richards, 36, Harriet Richardson, 78 BACON, Bathsheba (I68)
 
654 Also on Census:- Emily J Bloxam, general servant, age 16, b Essex BECKETT, Charles (I513)
 
655 Also on the register entry is Beryl C Roberts, b 14 Apr 1920, telephonist and Red Cross Nurse. Not sure who this is. ROBARTS, James (I10084)
 
656 also Percy Boot, nephew, 14, baker's boy BULLARD, Robert (I8298)
 
657 also Percy James Heathcote, 5/12, nurse child STADEN, John (I200)
 
658 also Philip Rook, lodger, age 70 CHERRY, James (I2637)
 
659 also Phoebe M Jennings, widow, mother, age 64, living on own means & Bessie F Elvey, serv, age 16, servant domestic JENNINGS, Edwin (I1719)
 
660 Also Rachel Taylor, serv, age 12, general servant domestic YARROW, Thomas Kempton (I502)
 
661 also Rebecca Loaring, age 75 WELLBOURNE, William Slee (I841)
 
662 also registered as 31 August 1778 COOK, Martha (I7138)
 
663 also Robert Pitts, nephew, age 19 YETTON, Peter John (I1084)
 
664 also Robert Reiling, brother in law, age 31 & Clara Reling, sister in law, age 27 HOBBS, Millice Duvall (I2323)
 
665 also Rohadi Raven, serv, 13, nurse maid ARNOLD, Frank Audley (I3463)
 
666 also Samuel Bell, nephew, age 4, b London FLAVEL, James (I1271)
 
667 also Sarah Ann, g/dau, age 3, b Oakham CULPIN, William (I12204)
 
668 Also Sarah Bartrip, serv, age 30, dom serv LEGGE, Henry (I173)
 
669 also Sarah E Megson, sister in law, age 55 FLAVEL, John (I1241)
 
670 also Sarah Elizabeth Megson, wife's sister, age 42 FLAVEL, John (I1241)
 
671 also Sarah Hill, g/dau, age 1, b Kings Cliffe HILL, Robert (I3722)
 
672 also Sarah Kempton, age 10, sister, b Ely . . . ? KEMPTON, Thomas (I627)
 
673 Also Sarah Legge, u, cousin, age 56, annuitant born London LEGGE, Phoebe Odell (I699)
 
674 Also Sarah Watson, serv, age 20, domestic servant COLLINGS, Robert Kent (I375)
 
675 Also Sidney Walbrough, boarder; Alfred Albury, boarder; Elizabeth Cox, age 15, domestic servant KEMPTON, William (I620)
 
676 also Thomas Barnard, age 3, "Edwin's g/son" BARNARD, Edwin Frederick (I1021)
 
677 Also Thomas Cherry christening on 20 May 1822 CHERRY, Thomas (I2631)
 
678 also Thomas Martin, g/son, 19, seaman Royal Navy, b St Pancras MARTIN, Thomas (I344)
 
679 also Thomas Naylor, boarder, age 39, gen labourer CULPIN, Ann (I2923)
 
680 also Thomas William Culpin, cousin, age 30, railway engine cleaner, born Wansford & Phoebe Mary Adams, sister in law, 12, scholar CULPIN, William Rimmington (I2833)
 
681 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I840)
 
682 Also three boarders HEARD, Mary Ann (I103)
 
683 Also two boarders: John Meeks, 76, almsman & Sarah Meeks, 73 CHERRY, Samuel (I2636)
 
684 also Walter Webb, lodger, ag lab SPARKES, Henry (I2568)
 
685 also wife and son CULPIN, Francis Harry (I4942)
 
686 also wife Ann, 33, daus Sarah Ann, 11, and Jane E, 7 BARNES, John Parsons (I2111)
 
687 also William Alfred Vassey, cousin, age 12, school; Alice Sarchfield, adopted, age 5. House of five rooms MANN, Francis Edward (I4974)
 
688 also William Harries, uncle, wdr, age 74, visitor no trade FLAVEL, James (I1271)
 
689 also William Hovenden, boarder, age 21, chicken fatter FULLER, Walter George (I1796)
 
690 also William Marples, vis, age 21, electrician switchman; house of five rooms WATSON, Ebenezer Sidney (I2867)
 
691 Also with grandparents at The Greyhound, St Ives, age 6, HO107/448/43/20/21 CULPIN, Sophia Kington (I566)
 
692 Also: Ada Nunn, 18, general servant domestic DRURY, Eliza Agnes (I890)
 
693 Also: Albert B xx, boarder, 60, farmer HEARD, Mary Ann (I103)
 
694 Also: Ann Brown, serv, age 16, general servant BECKETT, Charles (I513)
 
695 Also: Annie Canham, age 20, assistant infant school mistress KEMPTON, Elizabeth (I166)
 
696 Also: Charles Day, boarder, age 34, shipwright; John Edmunds, boarder, 40, shipwright STADEN, Adelaide (I1894)
 
697 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I799)
 
698 Also: Elizabeth Edwards, house servant, age 18 KEMPTON, Green (I180)
 
699 Also: Ellen (Layton) Lowton and her two children LAYTON, Sarah (I506)
 
700 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I79)
 
701 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I745)
 
702 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I799)
 
703 Also: Jane Radford, widow, 66, mother RADFORD, Elizabeth (I2113)
 
704 Also: Julie Ogden, domestic servant, age 18 STADEN, William Arthur (I896)
 
705 Also: Mary A Oliver, house servant, age 19 KEMPTON, Green (I180)
 
706 Also: Mary Allpress, servant SMITH, Joseph (I2721)
 
707 Also: Mary xxx, servant SMITH, Joseph (I2721)
 
708 Also: Nellie Cheeseman, age 14, friend CULPIN, Frederick (I2720)
 
709 Also: Polly Grotton, age 36, sister in law & William Grotton, 3, nephew PATES, Frederick (I361)
 
710 Also: Sigismund Cohen, lodger, age 23, traveller in jewellery, born in Poland KEMPTON, Edward Martin (I342)
 
711 Also: William & Sarah Shaw, 48 & 49, and their son William A Shaw, aged 29 BECKETT, Florence Georgina (I159)
 
712 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I79)
 
713 also:JQ1908, NW, 3b 1217 to Emily Pamby? Family F2015
 
714 although 1911 census states born Sheffield EDESON, Hannah (I5023)
 
715 Ames James Zechariah of 3 Bennetts'-cottages Gravel Lane Chigwell Row Essex died 1 February 1913 Administration London 16 October (1915) to Robert Yetton Ames merchant. Effects: £261 11s. AMES, James Zechariah (I1607)
 
716 Amy Ellen Culpin, dau of Jane Culpin CULPIN, Amy Ellen (I13028)
 
717 Ancestry shows children: Gerrard b. 25 dec 1763; Peter Gerard b 8 Mar 1779, chr 26 Feb 1789, Shoredtich; plus John, William, Mary, Ann, Judith, Charles, Samuel - all without dates YETTON, Gerrard (I1978)
 
718 and enumerator KEMPTON, John Blyth (I178)
 
719 Ann Graves, of this parish, age 67 Ann (I856)
 
720 Ann Noriss, of William Murfitt (reputed) and Mary Noriss. NORRIS, Ann (I8125)
 
721 Ann remembers visiting Hannah's sister Aunt Lizzie & Uncle Paul in Eastwood, Notts; also an Aunt Lucy as sister of Hannah SHOOTER, Hannah (I20)
 
722 Annie Culpin and Frank William Culpin; husband's petition; co-respondent 1: Jack Ennis; co-respondent 2: Charles Denman. Family F870
 
723 another GROD: George William Coucher, DQ1886, Wandsworth, 1d 367, age 14 COUCHER, George William (I253)
 
724 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I12688)
 
725 Appears to be living with his wife Emma, age 55, born London, and daughters Elizabeth, 21, dressmaker, born Ely, and Charlotte, age 17, scholar, born Cambridge, SEARLE, Charles (I474)
 
726 appears to be Mrs Furby COWCHER, Ann (I214)
 
727 appears to be registered as Emma GIFFORD, Eliza (I2079)
 
728 Appears to have remarried to "Sarah", umbrella maker, age 39, born Basildon; one further child "Emily", age 1 SMITH, Charles Henry (I1384)
 
729 applied for a US passport to travel from Boston on SS Albania GREENALL, Frederick Isaac (I306)
 
730 applied for a US passport to travel from New York GREENALL, Frederick Isaac (I306)
 
731 Are you Margaret Wellesley? Margaret (I2315)
 
732 arrived London from Montreal on ALAUNIA, going to 2 Winds Road, Harrow, age 30, teacher COUCHER, Dorothy Grace (I696)
 
733 arrived London from Montreal on ALAUNIA, going to 2 Winds Road, Harrow, age 65, surveyor COUCHER, Alfred Thomas (I61)
 
734 arrived Sydney, from Adelaide. Vessel "of Sydney". William Cowcher, steward, age 26 COWCHER, William Henry (I1693)
 
735 arrived Sydney, from Akyab. Vessel "of Sydney". William Cowcher, AB, age 29, from Abingdon COWCHER, William Henry (I1693)
 
736 arrived Sydney, fromLondon. Vessel "of Sydney". William Cowcher, AB, age 28. COWCHER, William Henry (I1693)
 
737 Arthur Staden, 48 Chester Avenue, Toronto; b Buxton, Derbys; NOK Mary Staden, wife; b 6 May 1890; vulcanizer; age 25yrs 7mths. STADEN, Arthur (I272)
 
738 at 1 Berry Green, Stretham WESLEY, Harry Cyril (I6155)
 
739 At a petty session holden at the Sessions house, Spalding, before the Rev. Wm Moore, DD, chairman, and Maurice Johnson, Esq., Richard Culpin, sen, of Spalding, yeoman, was summoned for an assault committed by him on Abigail the wilfe of George Pulford. The case was adjourned to the next petty session for the production of a witness on behalf of the defendant. CULPIN, Richard (I2850)
 
740 at Bulls Dairy MURFITT, George (I2917)
 
741 At least by the 1930s, Frederick Oliver Sennitt (not recorded on the gravestone) had a fishmongery and poultry shop at 2 (or 3) Peas Hill, which became a Mac Fisheries in the 1960s. In 1911, Frederick was living at Westhurst, Milton Road, with his wife Anna Mary (née Legge, of Ely). They were married in 1899, and by 1911 had had four children, three of whom had survived: Kathleen Pearl (8), Stewart Orland (4), and Freda Mary (3) (none of whose deaths are recorded on the gravestone).

The Covent Garden slaughterhouse (with the sign 'F & O Sennitt' over its entrance, and cobbled yard with animal stalls) continued until after 1940, probably until R J Slingsby took over the site as a builder's yard in about 1948. Older residents still remember bullocks being herded for slaughter from Mill Road, their hooves 'slipping and sliding' on the tarmac. 
SENNITT, Frederick Oliver (I594)
 
742 At rest, Clara Culpin of Chingford Essex, fell asleep September 5th 1944, aged 83 years. WILSON, Clara (I2710)
 
743 At the Battle of Jutland on May 31, 1916, Arbuthnot took Defence and her sister ships HMS Warrior and Black Prince to attack the light cruiser SMS Wiesbaden, which lay dead in the water between the opposing fleets. Brought under concentrated fire from Rear Admiral Paul Behncke's Third Battle Squadron, Defence sank with the loss of all her 893 crew at 1815. CULPIN, George Barnett (I2295)
 
744 b. 1825, fourth son of Hinton Spalding MD FRCA, Custos Rotulorum of St Andrews, Jamaica, Commissioner of Stamps for Jamaica, died at Nether Arthurlie, the home of his uncle Henry Dunlop, 29 August 1861. SPALDING, Charles Anthony (I1645)
 
745 B680, age 68 CULPIN, Elizabeth Goodyer (I558)
 
746 Bad Language costs man £3

Following an alleged argument with his wife, William Andrew Culpin (4x) window cleaner, appeared in the Police Court today with a "black" eye.
Culpin pleaded guilty to a charge of indecent language and was fined £3 by Mr Solling SM.
Police Prosecutor Dennett said that Culpin was arrested following an argument with his wife when he used the language. 
CULPIN, William Andrew (I12666)
 
747 Banns read 15, 22 & 29 August Family F1714
 
748 Banns read 31 Oct, 7 Nov, 14 Nov Family F1713
 
749 Banns read at Stretham 8 Nov 1874 Family F123
 
750 Banns read: 15th, 22nd & 29th July 1900 Family F693
 
751 Banns recorded on 18 November 1822; Family F1469
 
752 Banns: Ernest Arthur Yetton, bac, 23 Robinson Road AND Matilda Sarah Anne Piercy, sp, same address. Family F448
 
753 baptism register states "illegitimate" COWCHER, Edward (I820)
 
754 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I3541)
 
755 Baptist Churchyard: B28; Erected in affectionate remembrance of John Culpin who died Nov'r 3rd 18(47?) aged 58 years. Also of Anna, widow of the above, who died August 14 1886 in the 90th year of her age Also Elizabeth, daughter of John & Anna Culpin, who died March 24 18(35?) aged 11 years. Also Mary, their daughter, who died in her infancy. CULPIN, Elizabeth (I2953)
 
756 Baptist Churchyard: B28; Erected in affectionate remembrance of John Culpin who died Nov'r 3rd 18(47?) aged 58 years. Also of Anna, widow of the above, who died August 14 1886 in the 90th year of her age Also Elizabeth, daughter of John & Anna Culpin, who died March 24 18(35?) aged 11 years. Also Mary, their daughter, who died in her infancy. GOODLIFFE, Anne (I2817)
 
757 Baptist Churchyard: B28; Erected in affectionate remembrance of John Culpin who died Nov'r 3rd 18(47?) aged 58 years. Also of Anna, widow of the above, who died August 14 1886 in the 90th year of her age Also Elizabeth, daughter of John & Anna Culpin, who died March 24 18(35?) aged 11 years. Also Mary, their daughter, who died in her infancy. CULPIN, John (I2908)
 
758 Baptist Churchyard: B28; Erected in affectionate remembrance of John Culpin who died Nov'r 3rd 18(47?) aged 58 years. Also of Anna, widow of the above, who died August 14 1886 in the 90th year of her age Also Elizabeth, daughter of John & Anna Culpin, who died March 24 18(35?) aged 11 years. Also Mary, their daughter, who died in her infancy. CULPIN, Mary (I3)
 
759 Barrett Maude Alice of 17 Digby-road South Hornsey Middlesex (wife of Herbert Thomas Barrett) died 18 June 1896 Administration London 22 July to the said Herbert Thomas Barrett commercial clerk. Effects: £126 13s 1d. COLES, Maude Alice (I1714)
 
760 Barrett Samuel Wallace of 44 Ladbrooke-drive Potters Bar Middlesex died 3 August 1935 at the Cottage Hospital Potters Bar Administration (with Will) London 25 November to Ellen Adames Barrett widow. Effects: £2691 12s 6d. BARRETT, Samuel Wallace (I1703)
 
761 Batch:C040805 STADEN, Frances Mary Ann (I63)
 
762 BB229, age 86 WATTS, Catherine (I782)
 
763 BB314 WHATFORD, Sarah (I224)
 
764 BB333, age 71 GOODYER, Mary Ann (I557)
 
765 became a plasterer according to Gloucs Extracted Parish Records in 1761 COWCHER, William (I1334)
 
766 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2819
 
767 Birth Certificate details: 16th January 1854, Higham Place, Walthamstow, Helena, girl, father: John Culpin, mother: Maria Culpin, formerly Wheatley, father's occupation: labourer, informant: Maria Wheatley, mother, Higham Place, Walthamstow, 20th February 1854.
Certificate from Sandra Singleton. 
CULPIN, Helena (I5222)
 
768 birth date approximated from age at death; surname of Hatch comes from IGI beta site which gives her son's parents as John Bent and Martha Hatch; there is a christening of Martha Hatch on 4 Nov 1781 at Brantham, Suffolk, dau of John & Martha HATCH, Martha (I176)
 
769 birth date found on FMP: Yorks, BTs (actually parish registers) CULPIN, Israel (I3724)
 
770 Birth registered as Frederick. IGI shows additional names of "William Alfred" DEBNEY, Frederick William Alfred (I1315)
 
771 Birth: Jan. 12, 1891, Halifax, Metropolitan Borough of Calderdale, West Yorkshire, England; Death: Nov. 1, 1918, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.

British Home Child Albert Lucas Worsnop was the son of Mary Ann 'Polly' Culpin and Albert Worsnop. The couple had one other child, a daughter named Josephine Ledy Worsnop. Albert left the family and Polly ran a Boarding House with her two children until Albert Lucas was surrendered to Fagans Homes at the age of 11 as 'uncontrollable' and then sent to Canada at 15 years of age an indentured servant and farm labourer. He traveled aboard the 'Empress of Britain' in 1906.

Albert Lucas enlisted on 31 Jan 1916 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. He served with the 128th Battalion, Service Number 252230. He was Discharged as Medically Unfit on 20 Oct 1916 and died of Influenza on 1 Nov 1918.

Credit for uncovered the story of Albert Lucas Worsnop is attributed to Peter Carter in various internet posts.

Burial: Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada; Plot: Veterans Plot 
WORSNOP, Albert Lucas (I4710)
 
772 Birth: unknown
Death: Jun. 17, 1916

1916-06-19; Paper: Philadelphia Inquirer
"SERGISON - June 17, 1916, JAMES, beloved husband of Sarah Sergison. Relatives and friends, also employees of Provident Life and Trust Co., are invited to attend funeral services, Tuesday, at 10 A. M., at his late residence, 17178 S. 17th st. Interment at Ivy Hill Cemetery. Friends may call Monday evening. Automobile funeral.

Burial:
Ivy Hill Cemetery
Philadelphia
Philadelphia County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
SERGISON, James (I2542)
 
773 Birthplace in 1921 census given as Africa FORDHAM, George (I6993)
 
774 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1583)
 
775 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1581)
 
776 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I639)
 
777 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1641)
 
778 BLOW, Luke Sydney Jellings
Date of birth: 06/03/1878 (London, England)
Date of death: 01/06/1961 (Lugano, Switzerland)
Nationalities: British
Activities: Scriptwriter (6)
Biography: Born Luke Sydney Jellings Blow. Married to actress Hilda Trevelyan.
From: http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/ 
BLOW, Luke Sydney Jellings (I7015)
 
779 Boat: Alfred; Rank: Mate; Age: 50; River Trade; drowned in the dock STADEN, Henry Walter (I1893)
 
780 boatwright MARKHAM, John (I893)
 
781 BOMBARDIER CULPIN RETURNING
Mr. and Mrs. G. Culpin, of Blendo street, North Broken Hill, have been notified that their son, Bombardier J. H. Culpin, 8th Battalion, is returning to Australia aboard the troopship Ascanius, which is expected to arrive in Melbourne on March 23. Bombardier Culpin has served three and a half years on active service. 
CULPIN, John Henry (I12686)
 
782 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I1560)
 
783 Born 1790; an MD in Kingston, Jamaica; died in Bremen, Germany, on 2 June 1853. SPALDING, Hinton (I1641)
 
784 Born 340 St John Street N, Hamilton, father Matthew, presser, mother Charlotte. Parents married Sept 1903, Hamilton BIGLEY, Gordon Arthur (I8931)
 
785 born at '12hrs noon' DUNLOP, Charles Edward (I27)
 
786 born at 11.50pm, daughter of John Rea, dock labourer, and Martha Rea, ms Rennick REA, Margaret Rennick (I8035)
 
787 born at 11pm, son of John Rea, dock labourer, and Martha Rea, ms Rennick REA, Thomas Rennick (I8036)
 
788 born at 3.15pm, daughter of John Rea, dock labourer, and Martha Rea, ms Rennick REA, Martha (I8033)
 
789 born at 3h 30m DUNLOP, Muriel Ouless Sinclair (I33)
 
790 born at 8.15pm, daughter of John Rea, dock labourer, and Martha Rea, ms Rennick REA, Elizabeth Rennick (I8034)
 
791 born at 8.15pm, daughter of John Rea, dock labourer, and Martha Rea, ms Rennick REA, Catherine Hegan (I8032)
 
792 born Canada September 1866, single, parents both born Scotland, partner to head (business?) DUNLOP, James Ellis (I42)
 
793 born England, arrived Canada 1903, Church of England, can read and write. WRIGHT, Allan Samuel (I8907)
 
794 born England, arrived Canada 1906, Church of England, can read and write. PATES, Minnie (I966)
 
795 Born Hampton Avenue, Hamilton,father Matthew, presser, mother Charlotte. Parents married 16 Sept 1903, Hamilton BIGLEY, Ernest Norman (I8932)
 
796 both "of this parish", by Banns Family F1473
 
797 both "of this parish", by Banns Family F391
 
798 both "of this parish", by Banns Family F312
 
799 both "of this parish", by Banns Family F297
 
800 Both George & Mary are widowed Family F252
 

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