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1 Johanna Antoinette  10 Apr 1862  MORNING POST:
BIRTHS: BLOW. On the 7th inst., at Park-end, Sydenham, Mrs. Jellings Blow, of a son. 
2 Johanna Antoinette  9 Mar 1878  LONDON STANDARD:
BIRTHS: Blow
March 6, at 16, Victoria-road, Clapham-common, S.W., the wife of Jellings Blow, of a son. 
3 Ann ADLARD  12 Aug 1865  The Louth & North Lincolnshire Advertiser: MARRIED: At Louth, on the 7th instant, at the Free Methodist Chapel, Mr John William Culpin to Miss Ann Adlard 
4 Rosamond Mary ALLMAN  16 Sep 1933  The Cambridge Daily News: INTERESTING WEDDING: Freeman - Allman; A wedding of considerable interest to Cambridge took place at the Church of the English Martyrs, Mitcham Lane, Streatham, on September 16th, when Mr Millice Albert Freeman L.D.S., younger son of Mr and Mrs AJE Freeman, of "Seatoller", Hills Road, Cambridge, was married to Miss Rosamund May Allman, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs FJ Allman, of 50 Copley Park, Streatham. The service was conducted by the Rev. Father Mason, who celebrated the Nuptial Mass. The bride, who was led to the altar by her father, was charmingly attired in a dress of shell pink satin with a wreath of orange blossom and veil to match. She carried a sheaf of Madonna lillies and white heather. The train bearers were Master Robert and Miss Jean Adamson, both being dressed in pale blue satin. Miss Sylvia Allman (sister of the bride) acted as bridesmaid, her dress being of ice blue satin and silk net. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations. The duties of best man were ably carried out by Mr Leslie Diblin. After the service a reception was held at St Leonard's Hall, and was attended by about 100 guests and later the happy couple left for their honeymoon, which is being spent in Scotland. They were the recipients of numerous useful presents. 
5 Emily ARMESEmily ARMES  27 May 1949  CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS: Swavesey - The late Mrs E Culpin: The funeral of Mrs Emily Culpin, who died on Sunday aged 75 years, took place on Wednesday. The service in the church and at the graveside was conducted by the Vicar (Rev T Morris). Immediate mourners were: Mr RC Culpin, Mr and Mrs AJ Culpin, Mr and Mrs S Culpin, Mr and Mrs A Culpin (sons and daughters in law), Mr and Mrs R Stubbings, Mr and Mrs PI Stubbings, Mr and Mrs JG Brown, Mr and Mrs A Stephens, Mr and Mrs S Lawrence (sons in law and daughters), Mr RP Stubbings, Mr J Culpin (grandchildren), Mr T Armes (brother), Mrs A Culpin, Mrs J Culpin (sisters in law), Mr and Mrs W Robb, Mr and Mrs EA Smart, Mr and Mrs H Favell, Mr and Mrs W Armes, Miss I Culpin, Mrs G James (nephews and nieces). Many friends and neighbours, members of the Mothers' Union, and Women's Institute, were present. The family wish to thank all kind friends for their many expressions of sympathy and beautiful floral tributes. 
6 Susannah ASHLING  18 Jan 1840  CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS: DEATHS: On Tuesday last, at Ely, aged 40 years. Mrs. Kempton, wife of Mr. Casseldine Kempton, publican; she had been indisposed some time but no fears were entertained of her death. After she had been in bed about an hour, on Monday night, she requested her husband to feel how cold her hand was; he did so, and soon after fell asleep. The next morning when he awoke, to his dismay and astonishment he found his wife a corpse. 
7 Angela Mary Kingsley AYRE  6 Jan 2006  The Eastern Daily Press; Covey-Crump (LRAM), Angela Mary Kingsley: died at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge on December 14 2005, aged 93. Angela who lived in Ely but was originally from Hampshire, was a teacher by profession. Her last two posts being at Ely High School and the City Of Ely College where she taught maths. (She joined the staff of EHS in the 1950s). Angela supported many charities and was a keen member of the Ely Cathedral congregation and was on the church flower rota. A talented pianist who studied at the Royal Academy of Music, Angela played for most of her life at schools and she sang as well. In later life she played for local ballet classes. She also enjoyed playing and watching tennis. Angela was the daughter of the late Captain Ayre so grew up with a naval background. After her retirement, she helped her husband Leo, to whom she was married for 60 years, with the WRVS Meals On Wheels service. Angela leaves two children, Peter and Anne and three grandchildren, Anthony, Elizabeth and Sarah. The funeral took place at Ely Cathedral on December 28 2005. Donations were made to the East Anglian Air Ambulance. 
8 Sarah BARKER  15 Sep 1883  CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS: DEATHS. -PATES - Sept. 8, at Biggleswade, Sarah Pates, aged 79 
9 Clara Ann BARRETT  3 Feb 1894  BEDFORDSHIRE MERCURY: DEATHS - Jan. 18, at Hitchin, Clara, wife of Charles Culpin, late of Stevenage, aged 36. 
10 Percy George BEASLEY  2 Feb 1918  WALSALL OBSERVER & SOUTH STAFFS CHRONICLE: ROLL OF HONOUR.
Beasley.-In ever-loving memory of Percy George Beasley, A.B., RNVR., the youngest and dearly loved son of Mr and MRs Beasley, of Aldridge, who died in France on Jan. 13, 1918. Deeply mourned by his sorrowing parents.
Beasley.- In ever-loving memory of our dear brother, AB Percy George Beasley, RNVR, who died in France on Jan 13, 1918. Deeply mourned by his Sisters and Brothers. 
11 Percy George BEASLEY  2 Feb 1918  WALSALL OBSERVER & SOUTH STAFFS CHRONICLE: FOR FREEDOM AND FOR THE SAKE OF THOSE THEY LOVED. AB Percy George Beasley: youngest son of Mr W Beasley, formerly station master at Aldridge, is reported by a chaplain to have died in France on January 13, after three months activve service with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. A married man, 28 years of age, his wife resides at Station Road, Northfield, and before joining the Colours, in June last year, je was employed by the Midland Railway Compnay at Northfield. His parents reside at Station Road, Aldridge, and as a boy he attended the Aldridge Endowed School. A brother is serving in German East Africa. 
12 Ethel Dimery BENNETT  24 Jun 1966  The Times: Deaths - Culpin. On June 23rd 1966, peacefully at 5 Compton Road, Winchester, the home of her daughter Mrs Stephen MacKeith, Ethel Maud, aged 92, widow of Millais Culpin. Cremation on Monday 27th June, Southampton Crematorium at 3pm. 
13 Rose Ann BIGLEY  29 Nov 1918  CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS: DEATHS: VAUGHAN- 12th November, Rose Vaughan, of Newnham-street, Ely, age 76 years 
14 Margaret BIRCH  23 Sept 1899  LIVERPOOL MERCURY: DEATHS. KEMPTON - Sept. 20, at 105 Bedford-street South, aged 47 years, Margaret, the devoted and beloved wife of William J Kempton. 
15 Albert Edward S BLAYDONAlbert Edward S BLAYDON  16 Aug 1917  LUTON NEWS & BEDFORDSHIRE CHRONICLE: Pte. C Blaydon. The war has taken heavy toll of the household of Mr and Mrs Blaydon, The Knapps, Toddington-road, Leagrave. Official intimation has been received that their second son, Pte C Blaydon, was killed in Action on July 20th. Since the outbreak of war he had been serving with the Bedfordshire Regiment, including the Dardanelles campaign. He was a stretcher-bearer, and had seen considerable active service. The youngest son, Pte A Blaydon, was killed at Suvla Bay on August 15th, 1915, with the 1/5ths. The eldest son, Percy, is serving in France with the RGA, and was recently in hospital suffering from shell shock, but he has now returned to his battery.
A letter was received by his parents on Tuesday morning from his pal:- "I thought it my duty to write to tell you that your son, Pte Cecil Blaydon, is dead. He was killed instantly while we were raiding the enemy's position. He was like by everyone in his company, officers and men, and I was myself a great pal of his. He was buried behind our line in a cemetery this morning."
The eldest son, Bomb. P S Blaydon is back in hospital again with shell-shock. 
16 Avey BLAYDON  15 Aug 1901  MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS: Frauds - Cashier Charged with Embezzlement. Avey Blaydon, a well dressed man, described as a clerk 36 years old, was indicted at the Salford Quarter Sessions this afternoon for having falsified the accounts of the Sweetmeat Delivery Company, his employers and embezzling sums of £6 14s 3d, £7 17s 11d and £2 9s 0d on various dates since April last. The prisoner who for some years had occupied the position of cashier in the local office of the company, formerly resided at Chorlton-cum-Hardy. The case had been postponed from the last sessions owing to the illness of the prisoner whose appearance today suggested he had made a complete recovery. Mr Wharton prosecuted, and Mr Wilkinson and Mr Ambrose Jones defended. The case was a somewhat peculiar one. The prisoner who was in receipt of £2 7s 6d a week was employed in the company's office in Greengate Salford, where the bags of money from the various automatic machines on railway stations, piers etc. in the North of England are received. The Sweetmeat box receipts can be checked by the boxes of sweets taken out, but the weighing machine bags cannot, and they are therefore provided with automatic locks. The moment the bags are taken from the machines the aperture is closed, and cannot again be opened until they get it to the office. In the office another employee used to count the money in the prisoner's presence, and call out to him the amount, prisoner entering the figures on a sheet. The allegation was that the prisoner was in the habit of putting down a lower figure than that called out, and, having the chief control of the money, stealing the difference subsequently. In support of the allegation evidence was given that on one occasion the company's local manager with detectives, secured some bags beforehand, counted the money, and then compared the results with the prisoner's sheet, which showed a large deficiency.
It was stated that when the prisoner was arrested there was £20 in the safe which did not apparently belong to the company. Prisoner wished to take this away, but the officers would not allow him. Mr Wilkinson cross-examined with a view to showing it was possible for other servants of the company to pilfer the bags whilst they were waiting to be counted up. Prisoner went into the witness box and denied that he had stolen a penny of the company's money. Blaydon was sentenced to nine months' imprisonment. Mr Wharton said receipts of machines showed £750 increase since Blaydon's dismissal. 
17 Cecil Harold BLAYDON  16 Aug 1917  LUTON NEWS & BEDFORDSHIRE CHRONICLE: Pte. C Blaydon. The war has taken heavy toll of the household of Mr and Mrs Blaydon, The Knapps, Toddington-road, Leagrave. Official intimation has been received that their second son, Pte C Blaydon, was killed in Action on July 20th. Since the outbreak of war he had been serving with the Bedfordshire Regiment, including the Dardanelles campaign. He was a stretcher-bearer, and had seen considerable active service. The youngest son, Pte A Blaydon, was killed at Suvla Bay on August 15th, 1915, with the 1/5ths. The eldest son, Percy, is serving in France with the RGA, and was recently in hospital suffering from shell shock, but he has now returned to his battery.
A letter was received by his parents on Tuesday morning from his pal:- "I thought it my duty to write to tell you that your son, Pte Cecil Blaydon, is dead. He was killed instantly while we were raiding the enemy's position. He was like by everyone in his company, officers and men, and I was myself a great pal of his. He was buried behind our line in a cemetery this morning."
The eldest son, Bomb. P S Blaydon is back in hospital again with shell-shock. 
18 Percy Sidney BLAYDON  16 Aug 1917  LUTON NEWS & BEDFORDSHIRE CHRONICLE: Pte. C Blaydon. The war has taken heavy toll of the household of Mr and Mrs Blaydon, The Knapps, Toddington-road, Leagrave. Official intimation has been received that their second son, Pte C Blaydon, was killed in Action on July 20th. Since the outbreak of war he had been serving with the Bedfordshire Regiment, including the Dardanelles campaign. He was a stretcher-bearer, and had seen considerable active service. The youngest son, Pte A Blaydon, was killed at Suvla Bay on August 15th, 1915, with the 1/5ths. The eldest son, Percy, is serving in France with the RGA, and was recently in hospital suffering from shell shock, but he has now returned to his battery.
A letter was received by his parents on Tuesday morning from his pal:- "I thought it my duty to write to tell you that your son, Pte Cecil Blaydon, is dead. He was killed instantly while we were raiding the enemy's position. He was like by everyone in his company, officers and men, and I was myself a great pal of his. He was buried behind our line in a cemetery this morning."
The eldest son, Bomb. P S Blaydon is back in hospital again with shell-shock. 
19 Richard Avey Rhind BLAYDON  1929  The Los Angeles Times; MARRIAGE: BLAYDON-BASKETT Richard A Blaydon, 40: Gentry Le Roy Baskett, 37
 
20 Richard Avey Rhind BLAYDON  1938  The Los Angeles Times; MARRIAGES: BLAYDON-PHILLIPPI Richard A, 49, 4308 Ben avenue, North Hollywood and Margaret E, 31, 1015 North Serrano 
21 Detmar Jellings BLOW  18 Feb 1939  The Cheltenham Chronicle; BURIED ON HIS OWN LAND
FUNERAL OF MR. J. P. DETMAR BLOW The funeral took place on Saturday of Mr. J. P. Detmar Blow, of Hilles House, Painswick, Lord of the Manor of Painswick and a London architect. Mr. Blow had expressed a wish to be buried at Cudd Hill on his own land, and to enable this to be carried out, the land was consecrated by the Bishop of Tewkesbury before the interment took place. The first part of the funeral service was held in Gloucester Cathedral. The coffin was taken there from Painswick earlier in the day. The clergy taking part in the service were the Dean of Gloucester, the Bishop of Tewkesbury, the Archdeacon of Cheltenham (the Ven. F. W. Sears), and Minor Canon A. E. Fost (sacrist). Upon returning to Painswick from the Cathedral the coffin was transferred to a farm wagon which took it to Cudd Hill. There was a procession of tenants and estate workers, some of whom acted as bearers and pall bearers. The family mourners were: Mrs. Detmar Blow (widow), Mr. Richard Blow and Mr. Jonathan Blow (sons), Miss Lucilla Blow and Mrs. Phelin O'Neill (daughters), Mrs. Jellings Blow (sisterin-law), Miss Dorothy Blow (niece), Mr. John Blow, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Blow, Mr. Phelin O'Neill, Colonel Dennis Tollemache, Mr. John Tollemache, Mr. Anthony Tollemache, Mrs. Sorel Cameron (sister-in-law), Colonel Sorel Cameron. Among others present were:?Viscount Barnngton, the Hon. Sir Hugh O'Neill, Lady Monk Bretton, Lady Cohen, Lady Dalrymple-White, Mrs. Reeves, Sir Frederick and Lady Cripps, Sir Lionel and Lady Darell, Colonel and Mrs. H. E. Gogarty, Lieutenant-Colonel the Hon. Denis Tollemache, Captain Adrian Bethell, Miss Diana Bethell, the Rev. T. and Mrs. Jenkins. Colonel and Mrs. John Tabor, Colonel and Mrs. J. Miller, Lieutenant-Colonel and Mrs. Guy Darell, Captain and Mrs. Meath Baker, Colonel Dent, Captain N. H. Barton, the Rev. E. W. and Mrs. Hughes, the Rev. R. Baron, Dr. and Mrs. Cairns Terry, Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair Baddeley, Mr. and Mrs. Stamford Hutton, Mr. Gere, Miss Gere, Mrs. Lowsley-Williams, Mrs. Guy Stanton, the Hon. Mrs. Arnold Keppel, Mrs. A. W. Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. E. Streeter, Mrs. Paul Oppe. Mr. C. M. Johnson (representing the Gloucestershire Architectural Association), Mr. Percy C. Lloyd (Diocesan Registrar), Alderman F. H. Winfleld and Mrs. J. W. Embling (representing the Gloucester Cripples' Committee), Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Macaulay, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Powell, Mrs. Percival Mayhew, Mrs. Montgomery Campbell, Mr. I. McMaster, Mr. and Mrs. Freeth, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Phipps, Mr. Walter Whitting, Mr. and Mrs. Manners, and number of tenants. 
22 Detmar Jellings BLOW  27 May 1939  The Cheltenham Chronicle: WILL OF MR. DETMAR BLOW Mr. Detmar Jellings Blow, F.R.I.B.A., of Hilles, Painswick, the architect of many buildings in London and the country, who died on February 7 last, left gross estate of the value of £23,570 1s. 2d., with net personalty £14,455 4d. Mrs. Winifred Gertrude Blow, of 3 Carlos-place, S.W., the widow, and Mr. Alfred Hardy Bentley, of 10 Billitersquare, E.C., solicitor, are the executors. Testator left his shares in the Painswick Manorship Estate Co. to his wife for life, with remainder to his sons, and the residue of the property to his wife for life, with remainder to his children or remoter issue. 
23 Dorothy BLOW  17 Jan 1891  The Surrey Mirror; BIRTHS: Blow
On the 5th inst., at Oakdene, Croydon, the wife of Jellings Blow, jun., of The Grange, Edenbridge, of a daughter. 
24 Jellings BLOW  20 Jun 1828  MORNING CHRONICLE:
On the 18th inst., at St. Saviour's, Southwark, by the Rev. Dr. Harrison, Jellings Blow, Esq. to Jane Louisa, the amiable accomplished daughter of John Body, Esq. of Bankside, London. 
25 Jellings BLOW  27 Feb 1834  MORNING CHRONICLE:
DIED: On the 25th instant, of consumption, at his house in Kenton-street, Brunswick-square, Mr. Jellings Blow, of 'Change-alley, Cornhill, auctioneer, aged 29, beloved, respected and regretted. Death has deprived his family of an affectionate husband and parent, society of an inestimable friend, and the community of a member of inflexible integrity . 
26 Jellings BLOW  20 Sep 1889  THE MORNING POST: The marriage arranged between Mr Jellings Blow and Miss Hetty Hughes will take place on Saturday September 28, at Christ Church, Lancaster-gate, at half-past two. 
27 Jellings BLOW  30 Sep 1889  THE MORNING POST: MARRIAGES:
BLOW-HUGHES.On the 28th September, at Christ Church, Lancaster gate, by the Rev. E E. Body. M. A., vicar of Wonersh, Surrey, cousin of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. Dr Ker Gray, incumbent of Saint George's Chapel, Albemarle-street, Jellings, eldest son of Jellings Blow, of Oakdene, Croydon, to Hetty, second daughter of Henry Pearse Hughes, of 29, Pembridge-square. 
28 Jane Louisa BODY  20 Jun 1828  MORNING CHRONICLE:
On the 18th inst., at St. Saviour's, Southwark, by the Rev. Dr. Harrison, Jellings Blow, Esq. to Jane Louisa, the amiable accomplished daughter of John Body, Esq. of Bankside, London. 
29 Geoffrey Hadden BOLSTER  3 Sep 1940  THE SUNDERLAND DAILY ECHO & SHIPPING GAZETTE: OBE for Major: A list of 83 awards for gallantry officially announced by the War Office..... Major Geoffrey Hadden Bolster, Royal Northumberland Fusiliers, commissioned in the R.N.F. in 1923 and in 1936 appointed Brigade Major, Southern Brigade, British Troops in Palestine, becomes an addition officer of the Military Division, OBE. 
30 Geoffrey Hadden BOLSTER  2 Aug 1944  THE TIMES: BOLSTER - Died of wounds in Normandy on July 24th 1944, Lt-Colonel Geoffrey Hadden Bolster, O.B.E., 5th Fusiliers, commanding South Lancashire Regt., son of the late Mrs V.M. Bolster, of Caragh Cottage, Merrow, Guildford, Surrey, and most beloved husband of Enid Bolster, 34, Pont Street, London,S.W.1. 
31 Geoffrey Hadden BOLSTER  27 Apr 1945  THE TIMES: Re Geoffrey Hadden Bolster, deceased. Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 All persons having and Claims against the Estate of Lieutenant-Colonel Geoffrey Hadden Bolster, O.B.E., deceased of Caragh Cottage, Merrow, near Guildford, Surrey and care of The Westminster Bank Limited, Guildford (who died of wounds in Normandy on the 24th July 1944 and whose Will was proved in the Principal Probate Registry of the High Court of Justice on the 9th April 1945 by Enid Marjory Bolster the solo Executrix named in the Will) are hereby required to send particulars in writing to the undersigned the Solicitors for the Executrix on or before the 30th day of June 195 after which date the Executrix will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased having regard only to the claims of which they shall then have had notice. Dated this 18th day of April 1945. Hore Pattisson & Bathurst, 48 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C.2. Solicitors for the said Executrix. 
32 Gertrude BONES  12 Mar 1938  THE HASTINGS & ST LEONARD'S OBSERVER: DEATHS: STILES - On Thursday, March 10th, 1938, at Burleigh House, St Ives, Gertrude, the beloved wife of Harry George Stiles, passed peacefully away. Funeral at St Ives Church at 2pm, Sunday, March 13th. No flowers by request 
33 Daisy Harriett BOWERS  23 Mar 1906  CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS: DEATHS: BOWERS-March 16, at Landbeach, Daisy Harriett Bowers, age 17 
34 William Frederick BOYD  7 Mar 1943  THE PERTH SUNDAY TIMES: LINK WITH EARLY DAYS. Another of the links with the early days of Western Australia was broken with the death of Mr William Frederick Boyd, of Mt. Hawthorn, on February 28. He was born at Pinjarra, and was the last surviving son of the late Susan Medina Cowcher Boyd, who was born at Fremantle when her parents arrived in the S.S. Medina in 1830. Her father, Dr Stanford Cowcher, was one of the first doctors to practise in the State. 
35 Ethel BRAZIER  17 Nov 1928  THE BURY FREE PRESS: Deaths: Staden. November 14th, at Southgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, Ethel Staden aged 43 years 
36 Ethel BRAZIER  24 Nov 1928  THE BURY FREE PRESS: Acknowledgements: Staden. Mr Staden and family of 73 Southgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, wish to thank all kind friends and neighbours for sympathy extended to them in their recent sad bereavement, also for floral tributes sent. 
37 Roberta BROWN  1948  DEATHS: Dunlop. On Tuesday, Nov. 2, 1948, at a nursing home in Guildford, ROBERTA, wife of BRUCE ALEXANDER JOHNSTONE DUNLOP, of Secunderabad, India, and daughter of James Brown, of Greenock. 
38 Abigail BUCKLAND  12 Mar 1875  STAMFORD MERCURY: DEATHS: At Edithweston, on the 6th inst., Abigail widow of John Culpin, aged 66 
39 Mary Elaine BULKLEY  17 Jul 1929  THE WESTERN MORNING NEWS: Picture: caption-Rev A S Rankilor, vicar-designate of Torrington, and Mrs Mary Elaine Bulkley were married yesterday at Exeter Cathedral. 
40 Ann BULLARD  23 Oct 1841  THE CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS: MARRIAGES: On the 15th inst., at the Baptist Chapel, Somersham, Hunts, Mr Charles Bullard to Miss Ann Bullard. 
41 Charles BULLARD  23 Oct 1841  THE CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS: MARRIAGES: On the 15th inst., at the Baptist Chapel, Somersham, Hunts, Mr Charles Bullard to Miss Ann Bullard 
42 Charles BULLARD  18 Nov 1843  THE CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS: VENERABLE COMPANIONS
There are now working in the shop of Mr Robert Bullard, basket-maker, of Godmanchester, three individuals of the following ages viz., John Bullard, 83; Charles Bullard, 77; and ---- Walker, 63, amounting in the aggregate to 222 years. They are all deaf and, at this time, are in robust health 
43 Charles BULLARD  6 Apr 1867  THE CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE & JOURNAL: DEATHS: At Royston - March 30, much respected, Mr Charles Bullard, basket maker and wire worker. 
44 John BULLARD  18 Nov 1843  THE CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS: VENERABLE COMPANIONS
There are now working in the shop of Mr Robert Bullard, basket-maker, of Godmanchester, three individuals of the following ages viz., John Bullard, 83; Charles Bullard, 77; and ---- Walker, 63, amounting in the aggregate to 222 years. They are all deaf and, at this time, are in robust health. 
45 Jubilee BULLARD  25 Feb 1843  THE CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS: Godmanchester Petty Sessions, Tuesday 21 February 1843 (Before S. Bates Esq., Mayor). Mr Robert Bullard, landlord of the Hog & Chequers, Godmanchester, charged his brother Jubilee with having wilfully broken two squares of glass, value 7s; ordered to pay a damage of 7s., and 9s expences (sic), and in default committed for 2 months' hard labour. Mr Bullard carries on the business of a basket-maker, his brother, the prisoner, worked for him; at times his conduct has been extremely violent; he has been once before committed, for assaulting his father, and it is but justice to Mr R Bullard to state, that when the prisoner was asked by the Mayor whether he had any complaint to make against his brother, he said he did not know that he had; and when asked why he broke the window, he answered "because they put him out" 
46 Robert BULLARD  25 Feb 1843  THE CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS: Godmanchester Petty Sessions, Tuesday 21 February 1843 (Before S. Bates Esq., Mayor). Mr Robert Bullard, landlord of the Hog & Chequers, Godmanchester, charged his brother Jubilee with having wilfully broken two squares of glass, value 7s; ordered to pay a damage of 7s., and 9s expences (sic), and in default committed for 2 months' hard labour. Mr Bullard carries on the business of a basket-maker, his brother, the prisoner, worked for him; at times his conduct has been extremely violent; he has been once before committed, for assaulting his father, and it is but justice to Mr R Bullard to state, that when the prisoner was asked by the Mayor whether he had any complaint to make against his brother, he said he did not know that he had; and when asked why he broke the window, he answered "because they put him out" 
47 Eleanor Mary BULTITAFT  10 Sep 1975  TIMES & DAILY EXPRESS: Clampitt nee Bultitaft Eleanor Mary Clampitt nee Bultitaft, widow, late of St Andrews Hospital, Northampton, died there on 26th May 1975. (Estate about £2,300) 
48 Sarah BURBIDGE  16 Jan 1857  THE STAMFORD MERCURY: At Stibbington, on the 7th inst., Sarah, widow of Richard Culpin, agricultural labourer, in her 83d year. 
49 Saidee Maria Ongley BURLING  28 Feb 1989  CAMBRIDGE EVENING NEWS: Deaths: Biggs - Saidee, of Ainsworth Street, Cambridge, dear mother of John and Janet, Lionel and Pat, and a much loved grandmother of Jason, passed to rest on Saturday February 25th 1989, aged 82 years. Funeral service will take place at 2pm at Cambridge City Cemetery on Thursday March 2nd. Floral tributes may be sent to the Co-operative Funeral Service, 34 James Street, Cambridge. 
50 Isabella CAIE  3 Feb 1922  THE SCOTSMAN: DEATHS: DENHOLM. At 58 Manor Place, Edinburgh, on the 2nd inst., ISABEL CAIE, daughter of the late James Caie, of Chatham, New Brunswick, Canada, and widow of the late George Denholm, of Press, Berwickshire. Funeral on Saturday, at 12 o'clock noon, to Morningside Cemetery. Friends please accept this (the only) intimation & invitation. 


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