Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Henry John Vlieland or Wieland






Henry John Wieland
Death 16 May 1903  Ayr, Waterloo, Ontario
Male
0
Conestago
1903
Henry John Wieland
Ontario Deaths and Overseas Deaths, 1939-1947

Name Henry John Wieland
Event Type Death
Event Date 16 May 1903
Event Place Ayr, Waterloo, Ontario
Gender Male
Age 0
Birthplace Conestago
Birth Year (Estimated) 1903

Nicholas Vlieland


The London Stage 1930-1939: A Calendar of Productions, Performers, and Personnel

Door J. P. Wearing.















edinburgh castle

The East and South Africa mail liner S/S Edinburgh Castle was requisitioned during WW1, armed and used as a an armed cruiser in the South Atlantic Squadron.

Ready for the breakers in 1939, she was requisitioned again in WWII, in which she served as an accomodation ship for survivors of sunken ships at Freetown, Sierra Leone.

In November 1945, being declared not worth to tow back to England, Edinburgh Castle was sunk as an exercise target by gunfire from the armed trawler Cape Warwick, HMS Porchester Castle and HMS Launceston Castle, some 60 miles off Freetown.

Rather an infamous end for such a beautiful liner.


Monday, 10 July 2017

HMS Eland

H.M.S.Eland 

Shove,
Herbert William
J.A. Shuter 
Son of Herbert Samuel and Bertha Shove.
Married 1st (1910) Guinevere Wren (died 1920), daughter of J.A.E. Wren; four daughters.
Married 2nd (1920) Mary Myrtle Reilly, daughter of Col. J.A.H. Reilly; three sons.
Residence: Ditchling Common, Sussex.

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06.07.1886
Faversham, Kent
 
-
05.12.1943RN Hospital Durdham Down, Bristol
(died of illness) [age 57]
[Bristol (Arnos Vale) Cemetery, TTT.959]
A/S.Lt.15.07.1905
S.Lt.17.01.1907, seniority 15.07.1905
Lt.10.07.1907, seniority 15.01.1906
Lt.Cdr.15.01.1914 (retd 07.11.1919)
Cdr. (retd)06.07.1926
A/Capt. (retd) 
25.07.1942?
Distinguished Service OrderDSO02.11.1917in recognition of services in submarines in enemy waters
Officer of the Order of the British Empire (Military Division)OBE11.07.1940in recognition of distinguished services during the war [investiture 03.09.40]
Mention in DespatchesMIDWW I?
Lived as a child with his farming family on Queen Court Farm, in Ospringe.
15.01.1902entered RN
?-(10.1913)HMS C 2 (submarine) [tender to HMS Thames (depot ship)]
1915-1916Commanding Officer, HMS C 2 (submarine)
1916?-1918?Commanding Officer, HMS E 29 (submarine)
1918?-1919?Commanding Officer, HMS K 3 (submarine)
Distributist, journalist, and Catholic Land Association Secretary, living at Hallett's Farm, Ditchling.
25.08.1939-(04.1940)HMS Pembroke IV (accounting base, Chatham) (for organizing the defenses of the Port of London)
03.01.1941-(02.)1941HMS Flora (RN base, Invergordon) (for miscellaneous services)
14.06.1941-(12.1941)HMS Helicon (RN base, Aultbea)
25.07.1942-09.09.1942Commanding Officer, HMS Edinburgh Castle (RN base, Freetown, Sierra Leone)
10.09.1942-05.12.1943HMS Eland (RN base, Freetown, Sierra Leone)
Published: The fairy ring of commerce (1930); An outline of personalism.

Sunday, 9 July 2017

Mary Myrtle Reilly

Birth: Jul. 19, 1887, England
Death: Mar. 29, 1971, England.

Sources:
England & Scotland, Select Cemetery Registers, 1800-2014
England & Wales, Civil Registration Birth Index, 1837-1915
England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1916-2007

Family links:
 Spouse:
  Herbert William Shove (1886 - 1943)

their children :
Burial:
Littlehampton Cemetery
Littlehampton
Arun District
West Sussex, England

Saturday, 8 July 2017

Lillian Phoebe Millen

Lillian Phoebe Millen daughter of Sydney William Millen and Ethel Mary Lilley.
was born in 1911 in Faversham.
Lilian died in 2007, aged 96
She had at least two more sisters (Nettie Mary b. 1909, d. 1997) and Betty Madge (b. 1914, d. 1974)

Friday, 7 July 2017

Guinevere Mary Austin Wren

Name: Herbert William Shove
Birth Date: 1887
Age: 23
Spouse's Name: Guinevere Mary Austin Wren
Spouse's Birth Date: 1892
Spouse's Age: 18
Event Date: 29 Mar 1910
Event Place: St. Mary The Crowned, Gibraltar
Father's Name: Herbert Shove
Mother's Name: Bertha Millen
Spouse's Father's Name: Joseph Wren
Spouse's Mother's Name: Windfred Bligh
Race: White
Spouse's Race: White
Crowned, Gibraltar, reference ; FHL microfilm 1,738,755.

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Herbert William Shove

Herbert William Shove  the son of Herbert Samuel Shove and Bertha Millen.

Birth: Jul. 6, 1886 Faversham Swale Borough Kent, England
Death: Dec. 5, 1943 Bristol
Bristol Unitary Authority Bristol, England.

Parents:
Herbert Samuel Shove (1854-1889)and
Bertha Millen (1865-1940) both Ospringe, Kent, England


2 Brothers:
Gerald Frank Shove (Nov 1887 – Aug 1947) was a noted Cambridge economist, author and conscientious objector.
Ralph Samuel Shove (May 1889 – Feb 1966) was a County Court judge and a rower who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics to win a silver medal with his team.

Spouses:
Guinevere Mary Wren (1891-1920) 4 daughters
Myrtle Mary Reilly (1887-1971) 3 sons

Herbert was an associate of the Ditchling community (Eric Gill, Hilary Pepler, David Jones and others who formed the Guild of St. Joseph and St. Dominic) and a follower of Hilaire Belloc, G. K. Chesterton and other distributists.

An influence on the Catholic Land Movement, he advocated a middle way between socialism and liberalism in a 'return to the land'. This conservative agrarianism eventually led him towards a flirtation with the reactionary right in the mid-1930s. His life and writings, however, provide an opportunity for reflection on the 'inconvenient history' of interwar ruralist/ecological movements in the 1930s within their entangled contexts of cultural despair and extremes of Englishness.

Books: The Fairy Ring of Commerce, Flee to the Fields: The Faith and Works of the Catholic Land Movement, The Catholic Land Movement: It's Motives and It's Aims and Methods, Distributist Perspectives: Volume I,
Distributist Perspectives: Volume II: Essays on the Economics of Justice and Charity

Decorated for action in the Royal Navy submarine service in the Great War, he was re-mobilised in World War II and died of privations suffered in West Africa.
1917 awarded the D.S.O. for successfully getting his submarine through the Dardanelles during WW1.
1940 awarded the O.B.E. for his work routing shipping convoys during WW2.

lived as a child with his farming family on Queen Court Farm, in Ospringe.
15.01.1902
entered RN
(10.1913)
HMS C 2 (submarine) [tender to HMS Thames (depot ship)]
1915
-1916
Commanding Officer, HMS C 2 (submarine)
1916?
-1918?
Commanding Officer, HMS E 29 (submarine)
1918?
-1919?
Commanding Officer, HMS K 3 (submarine)
Distributist, journalist, and Catholic Land Association Secretary, living at Hallett's Farm, Ditchling.
25.08.1939
-(04.1940)
HMS Pembroke IV (accounting base, Chatham) (for organizing the defenses of the Port of London)
03.01.1941
-(02.)1941
HMS Flora (RN base, Invergordon) (for miscellaneous services)
14.06.1941
-(12.1941)
HMS Helicon (RN base, Aultbea)
25.07.1942
-09.09.1942
Commanding Officer, HMS Edinburgh Castle (RN base, Freetown, Sierra Leone)
10.09.1942
-05.12.1943
HMS Eland (RN base, Freetown, Sierra Leone)


More:
http://www.roll-of-honour.org/Sussex/Ditchling.html
http://www.unithistories.com/officers/RN_officersS1b.html


Incidentally, Chief Willie, Herbert Shove is one of the war dead interred in Arnos Vale. The information I have is that he died on 5 December 1943 (not 1950 as the standard internet bio has it). He became ill while serving at HMS Eland (shore establishment, Freetown, Sierra Leone) and returned to the UK on the SS Edinburgh Castle, dying either on the ship or shortly after returning. As well as his DSO (1917) he was awarded the OBE in 1940. I have further information (non-service related) about him and his brothers, so if interested, please PM me for further discussion.

As well as the Arnos Vale headstone, he is commemorated on the Roll of Honour in Ditchling Church, see:
http://www.roll-of-honour.org/Sussex/Ditchling.html



Family links:
Parents:
Herbert Samuel Shove (1854 - 1889)
Bertha Millen Shove (1865 - 1940)

Spouse:
Mary Myrtle Reilly Shove (1887 - 1971)*
Birth: Jul. 19, 1887, England
Death: Mar. 29, 1971,England.

Sources:
England & Scotland, Select Cemetery Registers, 1800-2014
England & Wales, Civil Registration Birth Index, 1837-1915
England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1916-2007
Family links:
Spouse:
Herbert William Shove (1886 - 1943)


Burial:
Littlehampton Cemetery
Littlehampton
Arun District
West Sussex, England
Plot: C 126Siblings:
Herbert William Shove (1886 - 1943)
Gerald Frank Shove (1887 - 1947)*
Ralph Samuel Shove (1889 - 1966)*


Son of Herbert Samuel and Bertha Shove.
Married 1st (1910) Guinevere Wren (died 1920), daughter of J.A.E. Wren; four daughters.
Married 2nd (1920) Mary Myrtle Reilly, daughter of Col. J.A.H. Reilly; three sons.
Residence: Ditchling Common, Sussex.
lived as a child with his farming family on Queen Court Farm, in Ospringe.
15.01.1902 entered RN

(10.1913)
HMS C 2 (submarine) [tender to HMS Thames (depot ship)]
1915

1916
Commanding Officer, HMS C 2 (submarine)

1916?
-
1918?
Commanding Officer, HMS E 29 (submarine)

1918?
-
1919?
Commanding Officer, HMS K 3 (submarine)



Distributist, journalist, and Catholic Land Association Secretary, living at Hallett's Farm, Ditchling.

25.08.1939
-
(04.1940)
HMS Pembroke IV (accounting base, Chatham) (for organizing the defenses of the Port of London)

03.01.1941
-
(02.)1941
HMS Flora (RN base, Invergordon) (for miscellaneous services)

14.06.1941
-
(12.1941)
HMS Helicon (RN base, Aultbea)

25.07.1942
-
09.09.1942
Commanding Officer, HMS Edinburgh Castle (RN base, Freetown, Sierra Leone)

10.09.1942
-
05.12.1943
HMS Eland (RN base, Freetown, Sierra Leone)


more on Herbert William Shove

Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Saturday 19 December 1908
naval court-martial at Portsmouth, yesterday, acquitted Lieutenant Herbert William Shove, of the submarine depot ship " Mercury,' 0 f a charge drunkenness ashore, in respect which the Portsmouth magistrates had fined him. Police- Surgeon Maybury stated that h e would have trusted himself with the accused in the submarine. Leave expunge certain entries at the Stationers' Hall in reference to the copyright share certificate books, issued by an Oldham firm, was granted by a Divisional Court, yesterday, it being held that they were copied by the respondent from a proof handed him for the purpose of printing from it for the Lees Brook Spinning Company. When a foreman plate-layer was walking down the Oldham, Ashton and Guide Bridge Junction Railway line towards Ashton, yesterday morning, he found a man unconscious, his head being a foot away from the metals. He had apparently been knocked down by a passing train, and was removed to the local infirmary, where he wa3 later identified as John Buckley, of Viscountstreet, Rochdale.

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Gerald Frank Shove

Shove was born at Faversham, Kent,the son of Herbert Samuel Shove and Bertha Millen.
 He was educated at Uppingham School and King's College, Cambridge, where he became a member of the Cambridge Apostles.

He married in 1915 Fredegond Maitland, daughter of historian Frederic William Maitland and his wife the playwright Florence Henrietta Fisher. In World War I he was a conscientious objector, like many others in the Bloomsbury Group, of which he was a member; he worked as a poultry keeper at Garsington, the home of Lady Ottoline Morrell.
His academic career was spent at King's College, Cambridge, becoming lecturer in 1923, Fellow in 1926, and Reader in 1945.

His younger brother was the Olympic rower Ralph Shove.

He died at Old Hunstanton and was buried at the Parish of the Ascension Burial Ground in Cambridge; his wife Fredegond was also interred in the same burial plot.

Monday, 3 July 2017

Ralph Shove

Ralph Shove was the son of William Samuel Shove and Bertha Millen.


Ralph Samuel Shove (31 May 1889 – 2 February 1966) was a British County Court judge and a rower who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics.

Shove was born at Faversham, Kent, the son of Herbert Samuel Shove and his wife Bertha Millen.He was educated at Uppingham School, where he was a first team rugby player, and at Trinity College, Cambridge. At Cambridge he rowed in the Cambridge boat in the Boat races in 1912 and 1913.

Shove was called to the bar at Inner Temple. During World War I he served in the Royal Field Artillery, and went to France in November 1914. He was a captain, and was once wounded.

Shove was captain of the Leander eight which won the silver medal for Great Britain rowing at the 1920 Summer Olympics, coming within half a length of winning.
Shove was appointed as a County Court Judge and J. P. in 1945, and became Vice-Chairman of the Lindsey Quarter Sessions. He was chairman of the Kesteven and Holland Quarter Sessions from 1946.

Shove lived at The Old Hall, Washingboro, Lincoln, and died at North Kesteven, Lincolnshire at the age of 76. His elder brother was the Cambridge economist Gerald Shove.

Shove married Evelyn Forster at South Kensington on 31 July 1928




Major Ralph Samuel Shove, RFA
Born in May 1889, the son of Mr and Mrs. Herbert Samuel Shove of Ospringe, Faversham, Kent
Educated at Uppingham School from September 1903 to July 1908 (school praetor; played on XV in 1906 and 1907) and at Trinity College, Cambridge (2nd Class Tripos, 1911, University VIII in 1912 and 1913)
Before the war he was a barrister at the Inner Temple
Served as a Captain, RFA; once wounded
Went to France as an RFA Reinforcement on 7 November 1914
Captain, No. 3 RFA Officers' Cadet School at Weedon
Class B Mention in War Office List dated 13 August 1918
In 1928 he married Evelyn, daughter of Rev. Charles Forster of Holne Chase, Ashburton, Devon
Captain of the Leander Crew at the Olympic Games in Belgium
Appointed as a County Court Judge in 1945 and J. P. the same year
Chairman of the Kesteven and Holland Quarter Sessions from 1946
Vice-Chairman of the Lindsey Quarter Sessions from 1945
His address in 1947 was: The Old Hall, Washingboro, Lincoln
Died in February 1966

Sources: Uppingham School Roll, 1824-1931; Uppingham School Roll, 1853-1947; Uppingham School Roll, 1900-1972; Inner Templars in the Great War; The War List of the University of Cambridge 1914-1918; Kelly's Handbook to the Titled, Landed and Official Classes.


The service papers for a 'Capt. R. Shove' are available at the National Archives under WO339/26442 which most likely are his service papers.



Regards, Dick Flory

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Sunday, 2 July 2017

Herbert Samuel Shove

Birth: May 25, 1854, England
Death: Jun. 28, 1889
Ospringe
Swale Borough
Kent, England

Herbert Samuel Shove (1854-1889)and
Bertha Millen (1865-1940) both Ospringe, Kent, England

Herbert Samuel Shove, of Queen Court, Ospringe,



born 25 May 1854, died 28 June 1889, was elected to the Porter Club on 29 November 1881. He was also a founder subscriber to the Faversham Club in 1884.

In 1885, aged 31, he married Bertha Millen, aged 20, at Ospringe Church.

Details from Faversham Society records at the Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre.


Family links:
Spouse:
Bertha Millen Shove (1865 - 1940)

Children:
Herbert William Shove (1886 - 1943)*
Gerald Frank Shove (1887 - 1947)*
Ralph Samuel Shove (1889 - 1966)*

Burial:
St Peter and St Paul Churchyard
Ospringe
Swale Borough
Kent, England
Herbert Samuel Shove


Baptism 23 Jun 1854 • St Alphege, Greenwich, Kent, England,
Father: Samuel Shove,
Mother: Sarah, address Dacre park, Lee (date of birth in baptismal register)
Death 28 Jun 1889 • Margate Kent England from inflammation following operation for abscess on lungs

"agriculturist, with the brightest prospects before him. less than four years ago he married the eldest daughter of Mr. W. Millen, of Syndale Farm, who is left with three children, the youngest of whom is but a month old. " - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald 06 July 1889

Burial 02 Jul 1889 • St Peter and St Paul Churchyard, Ospringe Kent England was attended by all the employees of the deceased's three farms: Queen Court Luddenham Court and Plumford - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald 06 July 18




Saturday, 1 July 2017

Bertha Shove maiden name Millen





She was born in Faversham Sept 1865 as a daughter of William Millen and 
she married Herbert Samuel Shove.
And their children are
Captain Herbert William Shove.
Gerald Frank Shove
Ralph Samuel Shove


According to information on the internet the Queens farm  . Herbert William Shove, who I believe was probably born at Queen Court, Ospringe, in July 1886. His father, Herbert Samuel Shove, certainly owned or rented the property at the time of his marriage the previous year. His mother was Bertha, née Millen, whose family lived at Syndale in Ospringe, according to the marriage lines.
I see the webpage for Queen Court shows an image of the building c1890 with a women and two boys posing in front of the house. Might this be Bertha, Herbert (junior) and the second son, Gerald? If so, the 1890 date for the image looks a little early. Herbert (senior) died in 1889 and is buried in Ospringe churchyard (although he is listed as SHORE on the church webpages

In the birthdaybook some of the Shoves are listed
Herbert S. Shove 25 May, (no year). Bertha Millen Shove July 14th 1865
Birth: 1865, EnglandDeath: 1940, England

Herbert Samuel Shove (1854-1889)and
Bertha Millen (1865-1940) both Ospringe, Kent, England
Family links:
Spouse:
Herbert Samuel Shove (1854 - 1889)*

Children:
Herbert William Shove (1886 - 1943)*
Gerald Frank Shove (1887 - 1947)*
Ralph Samuel Shove (1889 - 1966)*



Burial:
St Peter and St Paul Churchyard
Ospringe
Swale Borough
Kent, England





Birth 14 Jul 1865 • Stalisfield, Kent, England - date in 1939 register
MILLEN, BERTHA, Mother's Maiden Surname: COULSON, GRO Reference: 1865 S Quarter in FAVERSHAM Volume 02A Page 648
Baptism 13 Aug 1865 • Stalisfield, Kent, England
Residence 1881 • Dover St Mary Virgin, Kent, England - Pupil
Marriage 07 Oct 1885 • Ospringe, Kent, England - Herbert Samuel Shove (25 May 1854– 28 Jun 1889)
"7th inst., at the church of SS. Peter and Paul, Ospringe, Rent, by the Rev. S. G. Read, M.A., Rector of Barton Bendish, Norfolk " - 10 Oct 1885 - The Ipswich Journal
Residence 1891 • Ospringe, Kent, England, Head of House: widow with children Herbert, Gerald and Ralph
Residence 02 Apr 1911 • Paddington, London, England, Widowed; Visitor - Independent means
Probate 1934 - probate of last surviving brother Frank's will
Address Sep 1939 • “Belle Vue”, Henley R.D., Oxfordshire, England, Private Means Widowed, with Monica B Shove (b1915) and one other in 1939 Register
Death 31 Oct 1940 • Goring on Thames, Oxfordshire, England


Burial St Peter and St Paul Churchyard, Ospringe, Kent, England

Friday, 30 June 2017

John Nicolls Vlieland

John Nicholls
Last name Vlieland
Gender Male
Birth year
Birth place
Baptism year 1826
Baptism date 15 Jan 1826
Place Southwold
County Suffolk
Country England
Father's first name(s) John
Father's last name Vlieland
Mother's first name(s) Mary
Mother's last name
Record set England Births & Baptisms 1538-1975
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Births & baptisms
Collections from England, Great Britain

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Eleanor Hill

Eleanor Hill 
Name: Eleanor Hill
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 01 Jul 1812
Christening Place: Yarmouth, Norfolk, England
Birth Date: 30 Jun 1812
Father's Name: Mark Hill
Mother's Name: Sarah Tower



wedding of Mark and Sarah Tower her parents





Eleanor Hill and John Vlieland the banns forbidden has a wife living at Southwold .
Name: John Vlieland
Birth Date:
Birthplace:
Age:
Spouse's Name: Eleanor Hill
Spouse's Birth Date:
Spouse's Birthplace:
Spouse's Age:
Event Date: 22 Dec 1833
Event Place: Yarmouth, Norfolk, England


We think John Vlieland is still married to Mary Grimmer at that time..



Another John Vlieland is married in 1838 to Jane Martin .


This Jane remarries as John dies .

But in the census of 1841 we find John Vlieland mariner 45 years old  living with his sisters 

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

George Brown

Name George Brown Birth28 Dec 1758, Glasgow, Lanarks
Death13 Apr 1829
General1st s. Merchant of London. Of Russell Square, London.
FatherJohn Brown (-ca1799)
MotherJean Mayne (->1799)
Spouses

Birth 6 May 1766, Scotland
Death8 Feb 1854, 7 Gloucester Place, Paddington, London
General1st dau.
Father Henry Balfour (1724-1787)
Mother Jean Elliott (1737-1815)
Marriage19 Jan 1786, South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland [27, 1899 edn, Trotter article, p. 2054], [33, John Brown’s family’s page]
ChildrenJohn (1787-1787)
Henry Balfour (1787-1787)
Jean (1788-1872)
Margaret Ogilvie (1790-1879)
Helen Graham (1792-1851)
George (1793-1794)
Louisa (1796-ca1894)
John (1798-)
William (1800-1887)
George (1802-1876)
Henry (1804-1875)
Mary Frances (1806-1849)
Amelia (1807-1853)
Frances Eliza (1808-1810)
Charlotte (1810-1810)
Robert James (1811-1839)
Notes for George Brown
In addition to their 16 live children, there were four stillborn children:
Girl 16 May 1795,
Girl 26 Jun 1799,
Boy 21 Jul 1803,
Boy 23 Sep 1812.

In the Old Parochial Register for Glasgow, Lanarks for his birth, the entry is:

“John Brown Mercht & Jean Mayne a Son Geo: born 28th Dec:Witt: (?) Thos Reid and John Graham Merchants.”
_________________

In 1815 there is evidence he was already in business with the Trotters:

Record Summary
Scope and content: [W1818 L15].
Lucena v Trotter. Bill only.
Plaintiffs: Mary Ann Lucena and others.
Defendants: John Trotter, Coutts Trotter and George Brown.
Original Bill Hilary 1815.
JFP
Covering dates 1818
Availability Open Document, Open Description, Normal Closure before FOI Act: 30 years
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
__________________

FindMyPast shows a burial that might, or might not, be him:

First name(s): George
Last name BROWN
Date of burial: 10 July 1829
Place of burial St Giles, Cripplegate
Age at death: 68
Approximate year of birth: 1761
Address at death: Moor Lane
Record source City of London Burials
Data provider: John Hanson and Monnica Stevens

Neither the date nor the place look right, though. (Who would be called George Brown!)
_________________
Arms Generally notes for George Brown
Arms: Azure, a chevron chequy argent and sable between three fleurs-de-lis of the second.
Crests: A lion rampant gules, holding in his dexter fore-paw a fleur-de-lis argent.
Motto: Over the crest: Fortitudine et fidelitate.
Will notes for George Brown
Hiw will is dated 14th Nov 1828 with a codicil of 15th Nov 1828 and was proved on 27th April 1829.

He left his estate equally between all his children with a substantial jointure for his wife Margaret.

Eldest (surviving?) son William was among the executors.
_________________________________________________________
Armorial Blazon notes for George Brown
Azure, a chevron chequy argent and sable between three fleurs-de-lis of the second.
Blazon source notes for George Brown
Matriculation for all his sons at Lyon Court on 8th January 1869.
Notes for George & Margaret (Family)
Their marriage, from FamilySearch (found in Jan 2012 by TFPL):

groom's name: George Broun
bride's name: Margaret Balfour
marriage date: 19 Jul 1786
marriage place: South Leith,Midlothian,Scotland
bride's father's name: Henry Balfour
indexing project (batch) number: M19504-2
system origin: Scotland-ODM
source film number: 1067773
_______________


Monday, 26 June 2017

Saturday, 24 June 2017

Frank Millen

Name Frank Millen
Gender Male
Christening Date 18 Jul 1869
Christening Date (Original) 18 Jul 1869
Christening Place Stalisfield, Kent, England
Father's Name William Millen
mother's Name Phoebe Millen
Lilley, Ethel Mary (b. 01 JAN 1880, d. 1939)

Note: Name: MILLEN, Ethel M
Registration district: [?] Canterbury
County: Kent
Year of registration: 1939
Quarter of registration: Apr-May-Jun
Age at death:59
Volume no: 2A
Page no: 1338

Note: Parents were Frederick A Lilley and Annette M

Christened - 29 Feb 1880 - St John the Baptist Margate Kent

Source - Kent Archives - Parish Records - St John in Thanet (Margate), St John the Baptist Kent U3/140/1/9

Census: Date: 1911
Place: London Road Faversham Kent
Note: Ethel and Sydney had a servant Edith Smith(1891)

Frank MillenHeadM47Kent, England
Alice MillenWifeF37Marden, Kent, England
Lillian M MillenDaughterF10Kent, England
Bertha E MillenDaughterF8Kent, England
Augusta J MillenDaughterF7Kent, England
Victor H MillenSonM5Kent, England
Raymond W MillenSonM4Kent, England
Basil W MillenSonM3Kent, England
Hilda C MillenDaughterF1Kent, England
Maud MillsServantF19Sussex, England









london gazette

Friday, 23 June 2017

Dr Daniel Carr

 Daniel C Carr had a school in Fakenham.
In which Jerome Vlieland was an assistant teacher at the age of 15 .
1841 census. Fakenham, Norwich Road, Norfolk. In the Parish of Fakenham Lancaster, Jerome Vlieland aged 15 years. 
School masters assistant with 23 pupils aged between 11 and 14 years with 5 servants. 
Daniel Carr wrote a book about Linnaeus and became a doctor or maybe just said he was a doctor.
He then started writing medical books




Thursday, 22 June 2017

Frederick Balfour Brown

FREDERICK BALFOUR BROWN birth10 April 1856 baptism 13 May1856 Woolwich St Mary Magdalene Father's Name: Henry Brown


Birth: 10 Apr 1856  Woolwich, Kent, England

BROWN, FREDERICK BALFOUR, Mother's Maiden Surname: BLOMFIELD, GRO Reference: 1856 J Quarter in GREENWICH Volume 01D Page 612 

Baptism:  13 May 1856  Woolwich, London, England

father clerk Rector of Woolwich

Death: 5 Mar 1857  Woolwich St Mary Magdalene Rectory, England

On the 5th inst., at Woolwich Rectory, Frederick Balfour, youngest child of the Rev. Henry Brown. - London Standard 09 Mar 1857




Mother's Name: Maria Brown née Blomfield
Household Role Sex Age Birthplace census 1871
Henry Brown Head M 66 St Georges Bloomsburn, Middlesex
Maria Brown Wife F 57 Bunton, Buckinghamshire
Alice M Brown Daughter F 26 Finsbury, Middlesex
Constance J Brown Daughter F 23 Boreham, Essex
Helen M Brown Daughter F 21 Boreham, Essex
Ada Dor T Brown Daughter F 18 Woolwich, Kent
Ethel Louisa Brown Daughter F 16 Woolwich, Kent
Charles J Brown Son M 12 Woolwich, Kent
Henry B Brown Son M 20 Boreham, Essex
Jane Lomas Servant F 25 Stone, Staffordshire
Elizabeth Jenkyns Servant F 30 Llanville, Brecknockshire
Eliza Lloyd Servant F 23 Princefield, Berkshire
Mary Ann Alwin Servant F 17 Rugby, Warwickshire

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