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801 Genealogical Society of Utah, British Isles Vital Records Index, 2nd Edition, Salt Lake City, Utah: Intellectual Reserve, copyright 2002 Source (S27)
 
802 Genealogical Society of Utah. British Isles Vital Records Index, 2nd Edition. Salt Lake City, Utah: Intellectual Reserve, copyright 2002. Used by permission. Source (S137)
 
803 Genealogical Society of Utah. British Isles Vital Records Index, 2nd Edition. Salt Lake City, Utah: Intellectual Reserve, copyright 2002. Used by permission. Source (S141)
 
804 General Register Office, England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, London, England: General Register Office Source (S23)
 
805 General Register Office, England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, London, England: General Register Office Source (S28)
 
806 General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes. London, England: General Register Office.

© Crown copyright. Published by permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Office for National Statistics. You must not copy on, transfer, or reproduce records without the prior permission of ONS. Indexes created by the General Register Office, in London, England.

 
Source (S136)
 
807 General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes. London, England: General Register Office. © Crown copyright. Published by permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Office for National Statistics. You must not copy on, transfer or reproduce records without the prior permission of ONS. Database Copyright © 1998-2003 Graham Hart, Ben Laurie, Camilla von Massenbach and David Mayall. Source (S125)
 
808 General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes. London, England: General Register Office. © Crown copyright. Published by permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Office for National Statistics. You must not copy on, transfer or reproduce records without the prior permission of ONS. Database Copyright © 1998-2003 Graham Hart, Ben Laurie, Camilla von Massenbach and David Mayall. Source (S130)
 
809 General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes. London, England: General Register Office. © Crown copyright. Published by permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Office for National Statistics. You must not copy on, transfer or reproduce records without the prior permission of ONS. Indexes created by the General Register Office, in London, England. Source (S124)
 
810 George's brother was Richard III PLANTAGENET, Duke of Clarence George (I502)
 
811 George's family ran a bakery at Barton Hill.

By coincidence George was at school with Julia Cullinane - a suprise meeting! 
THORNE, George Frederick (I78)
 
812 Hannah's husband Aaron is noted as a Widower in the 1861 census. HANNAH (I1125)
 
813 HEATH, Annie May. Interview by Ruby ALLEN, 17/12/1976. Audio tape. Privately held by Mark Stanton, Worcester UK. 2015. Source (S86)
 
814 Height: 5' 7 1/2"
Chest: 33"
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
Complexion: Pale
Marks/Wounds/Scars: Scar left side of chest 
ALLEN, Gilbert (I6)
 
815 Homestead file for William Charles HEATH
File #10
Reel #2263
Homestead 17-21-5 W 
Source (S36)
 
816 IC: Now its funny dads brothers Frank and Alec. Frank was in that terrible army in Burma, you know going through all the jungles and all that. Alec was on HMS somethingortheother in the navy.
DC: He was on an aircraft carrier.
IC: And they met up together
DC: Yeah
IC: Out in Burma didn't they Doug?
DC: Madras
IC: Madras
DC: What totally unexpected?
IC: Oh no? no I think they
AS: Oh they knew?
IC: ?they contacted each other? and asked their commanding officers you know
DC: They knew? if you knew? you could get in touch and then have your leave with them.
IC: And they did and they both come through unscathed? funny isn't it you know?
DC: Pip? was the only one who well Alec Frank was a bit mad. I'm sure he was mad.
JS: Yes. Something I remember you saying about what had happen that must have affected Frank
DC: Yeah he was mad.
JS: Was he taken prisoner or anything? Or was it just the fear and the...
DC: No but he... those chaps out in Burma suffered (inaudible)
IC: It's the weather and the. oh yes the terrible
DC: Cause he said to me once him and his mate was shot. They were going on patrol him and his mate and they passed over and a Jap came out of the ground and shot his mate.
JS: Oh!
DC: Frank killed him but I mean to say it unnerved him. He said they used to tie themselves to trees the Japs did, and shoot you, you know as you went through you'd never see them. Oh yeah I think they had a terrible time, he doesn't speak much about it.
IC: No, he got very thin didn't he those pictures we seen he got terribly thin, and of course is the very humid atmosphere out there too isn't it you know?
JS: Could you say I suppose you couldn't even say where you wanted to be
IC: Oh no no
JS: You just went in and they sent you?
DC: Well why Frank got pushed out there he was actually he was artillery man. And he went first on a command away to Norway and came back. And then they sent him to India. And Frank being (inaudible) so they put him straight into the infantry in the Cameron Highlanders.
IC: Oh that's why he come down
DC: Up to Burma. Straight up to into the Chindits(?)
 
CAMPBELL, Francis Victor (I35)
 
817 In 1871 at the time of the Census Timothy and Eliza had James, aged 1, with them, but John, also aged 1, was being looked after by Eliza's mum, Mrs. Child. It appears that James and John were twins, because on the 1881 Census John was aged 11 but there was a James aged 1. So did James, the twin aged 1 in 1871, die, to be remembered by the re-use of his name for a later son in 10 years' time? It's the only explanation that occurs to me at this time.

07/07
The 1901 census below

1901 Census Full Transcription Details for Elizth Cullinane

National Archives Reference
RG Number, Series Piece Folio Page Schedule Number
RG13 2388 5 2 6
Elizth Cullinane
Relation to Head of Family Daughter
Sex F
Age Last Birthday 22
Nationality
Condition as to Marriage Married
Profession or Occupation Calico Hewer
Employment Status
Infirmity
Where Born Glos Bristol
Address 2 Brooklyn Ter Easton Rd
Civil Parish Bristol
Rural District
Town or Village or Hamlet
Parliamentary Borough or Division Bristol East
Ecclesiastical Parish St Lawrence
Administrative County Bristol
County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District Bristol
Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District Easton

1901 Census Full Household Schedule for Elizth Cullinane
National Archives Reference
RG Number, Series Piece Folio Page Schedule Number
RG13 2388 5 2 6
Address 2 Brooklyn Ter Easton Rd
Civil Parish Bristol
Rural District
Town or Village or Hamlet
Parliamentary Borough or Division Bristol East
Ecclesiastical Parish St Lawrence
Administrative County Bristol
County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District Bristol
Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District Easton

Joseph Henry Farrett
Relation to Head of Family Head
Condition as to Marriage Married
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 57
Profession or Occupation Painter House
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Sarah Ann Farrett
Relation to Head of Family Wife
Condition as to Marriage Married
Sex F
Age Last Birthday 50
Profession or Occupation
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Philip Hy Farrett
Relation to Head of Family Son
Condition as to Marriage Single
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 19
Profession or Occupation Plumber
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Joseph Farrett
Relation to Head of Family Son
Condition as to Marriage Single
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 16
Profession or Occupation Painter House
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Albert Cook
Relation to Head of Family Son In Law
Condition as to Marriage Married
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 29
Profession or Occupation Wood Parch
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Lydia Cook
Relation to Head of Family Daughter
Condition as to Marriage Married
Sex F
Age Last Birthday 24
Profession or Occupation
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Albert Joseph Cook
Relation to Head of Family Grand Son
Condition as to Marriage
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 3
Profession or Occupation
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Philip James Cook
Relation to Head of Family Grand Son
Condition as to Marriage
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 0
Profession or Occupation
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

James Cullinane
Relation to Head of Family Son In Law
Condition as to Marriage Married
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 21
Profession or Occupation Forge Smith
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Elizth Cullinane
Relation to Head of Family Daughter
Condition as to Marriage Married
Sex F
Age Last Birthday 22
Profession or Occupation Calico Hewer
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Edward J Cullinane
Relation to Head of Family Grand Son
Condition as to Marriage
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 0
Profession or Occupation
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Arthur Philips
Relation to Head of Family Boarder
Condition as to Marriage Single
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 19
Profession or Occupation Milkman
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity
 
CULLINANE, James (I259)
 
818 In the 1901 census Alice is listed as a boarder at the house of Catherine NELSON. She is by this stage married to George. But George is living with his parents. ?, Alice (I1347)
 
819 John Thomas may have taken his father's second surname "BRENCHLEY" in certain records. BUNYARD, Thomas John (I648)
 
820 Kennel Farm is listed as Gracie's home noted by hand in the front of her twin books of "Book of Common Prayer" and "Hymns Ancient and Modern"(noted at the front that these were given to "Aunty Gracie" by May and Dorise). Also noted is the name of the nearby church "All Saints, Long Ashton". A 19th century map (see attached) shows the location of Kennel Farm. It is just south of the site of St Johns Church which was apparently the church that served the village of Bower Ashton prior to its abandonment in the 13th Century (possibly due to Black Death)? BEST, Alexandra Grace (I88)
 
821 Killed by Macbeth SCOTLAND, Duncan I of (I1135)
 
822 Killed In Action; WW1 MAWBEY, Walter (I1171)
 
823 Lily's second husband was an apple farmer from Bunbury, Australia. DILLEY, Wilfred (I126)
 
824 Listed on the census as living in "Huts" at Wybbeslegh. MAWBEY, Walter (I803)
 
825 Location of Rockland Cottage on census is between Lucerne Street and Jeffrey Street (presumably on what is now Wheeler Street). BUNYARD, Thomas (I1638)
 
826 Marriage witnessed by John Langridge and Sarah Watts
 
Family F127
 
827 May 2011:
Comments: I was looking for Harford Street in Bristol, knowing that it is no longer in existence. The Google map said that it was unknown and was thought to be in Redcliffe. It was, in fact, just behind the present Bristol Eye Hospital. I know because my grandfather owned tenament houses there and my mother, who died two years ago aged 99, used to go and collect the rents. Hope that this was of interest.
Jo Hickey 
MABBETT, Arabella (I939)
 
828 Mervyn 04/02:
1851 Census for Weymouth & Melcombe shows Mary Ann " STAINTON,1815,aged 35, sailor's wife, and 4 children

http://www.thedorsetpage.com/locations/place/W560.htm

Wyke Regis has a long and rich history with evidence of human occupation stretching back to the stoneage era some 10,000 years ago. The earliest written record relates to a charter signed by the Saxon King Ethelred II in 988 AD. The name Wyke Regis can be loosely translated as meaning "the farm of the King".

The present All Saints Church was consecrated in 1455 but there were at least two previous churches on the present site. It is an important example of the Perpendicular style of architecture and is still essentially the building as completed in the fifteenth century. Until the 1836 All Saints' was the parish church of Weymouth.

Until the 1890's the people of Wyke earnt their living through farming and fishing. Farming records of the manor exist back to 1243 and fishing has taken place over many centuries off Chesil Beach in the turbulent waters of the English Channel. Many victims of ships wrecked off Chesil Beach are buried in the churchyard, including Captain John Wordsworth, brother of the poet, who was drowned along with 300 others when his ship was wrecked in 1805

In 1891 Robert Whitehead, the inventor of the deadly underwater torpedo, built his Whitehead Torpedo Manufactury at Ferrybridge, Wyke Regis and this resulted in engineering becoming the predominant occupation with a dramatic expansion in house building.

Today Wyke Regis has been absorbed into the much larger Borough of Weymouth and Portland but it still retains its own distinctive character. 
BOWN, Mary Ann (I294)
 
829 Named on the census return as "Street leading from Swan Inn". Directly opposite the old Swan Inn (now converted to a private residence) is the street now known as Shrubbery Lane which used to skirt around the garden wall of Wyke House. Part of the wall still exists but the land where Wyke House used to stand is now a modern housing estate. LOVELL, William (I442)
 
830 No gravestone, ashes interred in the garden of rememberance STANTON, Ronald Geoffrey (I2)
 
831 Online genealogy community Source (S41)
 
832 Oxford Road may well be the former name of modern day Oxford Street. It is in the area known as "The Dings" in St. Phillips and was an area of back to back terrace houses in the mid 1800's. Apparently the area was cleared ('slum clearance') in the 1930's and residents moved to new council estates in Knowle West and Bedminster. A new small council estate was built on the Dings.
 
CHILD, James (I102)
 
833 Papers, documents etc belonging to Annie May HEATH. Acquired after her death. Source (S38)
 
834 Papers, documents etc belonging to Clifford STANTON). Acquired after his death. Source (S55)
 
835 Papers, documents etc belonging to Ronald Geoffrey STANTON. Acquired after his death.
Hand written documentation held within file. 
Source (S34)
 
836 Papers, documents etc belonging to Ruth Sabina SAMSON (married Clifford STANTON). Acquired after her death. Source (S54)
 
837 Parents lived at 77 Millbank Street in 1892 according to Southampton parish register indexes. STANTON, Ellen Rebecca (I182)
 
838 Principal Probate Registry. Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England. London, England © Crown copyright. Source (S138)
 
839 PRO Reference Schedule Number

RG Number
RG13
Series Piece Folio Page
1976 49 12 65

Address
20 Avenue Rd

Civil Parish Rural District
Wimborne Minster

Town or Village or Hamlet Parliamentary Borough or Division
Wimborne E Dorset

Ecclesiastical Parish Administrative County
Wimborne Minster S Cuthberga Dorset

County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District

William J Stanton
Relation to Head of Family Condition as to Marriage Age Last Birthday Sex
Head M 27 M
Profession or Occupation Employment Status Where Born
Elementary School Teacher Undefined Dorset Weymouth
Language Infirmity

Agnes E Stanton
Relation to Head of Family Condition as to Marriage Age Last Birthday Sex
Wife M 27 F
Profession or Occupation Employment Status Where Born
Undefined Dorset Weymouth
Language Infirmity 
STANTON, William John (I303)
 
840 Queens Row no longer thought to exist. However, "Streets of Weymouth" suggests it was in the Rodwell area of Weymouth.
http://www.weymouth-dorset.co.uk/streetweymr.html 
STANTON, James (I293)
 
841 Record from the 1899 Referendum Voters Lists STANTON, Francis Jacob (I464)
 
842 Royal Crescent is a row of Georgian houses on The Esplanade on Weymouth seafront. It backs on to Crescent Road. The original numbers are no longer used so it is difficult to tell which end the numbering started. The does still have the "Royal Terrace" name on the house furthest away from the town centre. ROLLS, Richard (I952)
 
843 Russell Road is now known as Berriman Road. http://www.maps.thehunthouse.com/Streets/New_to_Old_London_Street_Name_Changes.htm SHEPPARD, Frederick George (I61)
 
844 Russell Road is now known as Berriman Road. http://www.maps.thehunthouse.com/Streets/New_to_Old_London_Street_Name_Changes.htm GRAY, Mabel May (I62)
 
845 Sailed to New York on the "SS New York" BECKHAM, Ethel Rebecca (I834)
 
846 Saint Paul's originated in a temporary church set up as a chapel of ease for the parish of Holy Trinity (P87/TRI). A permanent church was constructed in 1873 and a parish assigned, taken from part of the parish of Holy Trinity. The church was bombed in 1940 and demolished in 1953. The parish was reunited with Holy Trinity.
http://www.aim25.ac.uk/cgi-bin/vcdf/detail?coll_id=15471&inst_id=118&nv1=browse&nv2=corp
 
HEATH, Annie May (I5)
 
847 Served in WW1 where was victim of gas but survived. Died of heart trouble. BURKE, John (I381)
 
848 Shirley House still exists on West Walks in Dorchester. It is not clear where Shirley Cottage was though. There is a smaller house down the hill from the current Shirley House - perhaps this was Shirley Cottage? HILL, Robert (I1848)
 
849 Sir John Tregonwell (c1498-1565) was a lawyer in the Court of Henry VIII - representing Henry when he got rid of Katherine of Aragon - he was also the first owner of Milton Abbey after the dissolution of the monastries. His portait is attached. Another Tregonwell was the founder of Bournemouth.
 
TREGONWELL, John (I1191)
 
850 Source Information
Ancestry.com. England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014.
Original data: England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013 
Source (S90)
 

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