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1 1841 Census shows William's wife as Louisa? OXLEY, William (I6714)
 
2 1881 Census shows husband William at sea. JOST, Elizabeth Ann (I7675)
 
3 1901 Census shows 'Harvey' bn 1900; possibly same person.  AKEHURST, Jabez (I3459)
 
4 1901 Census shows 'William', bn 1901; possibly same person AKEHURST, George (I3460)
 
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. REED, Ernest William (I4222)
 
6 2nd marriage. Susannah Good/Stimson. PASMORE, Thomas (I9356)
 
7 4 more children redacted on 1939 Register. CALLINGHAM, Emily Maude (I9384)
 
8 8 children recorded on 1911 Census all living FOSTER, Flora A (I9030)
 
9 Accountant-general of the Court of Chancery. HARVEY, J S (I7427)
 
10 AKA Ellen - see 1851 census WHITE, Ellen (I0233)
 
11 AKA Marrion SMITH, Miriam (I3196)
 
12 Although Banns were read for John George Ghent and Alice Rebecca Leman in 1899, the marriage does not appear to have taken place. Alice married Henry Thomas Eldridge in 1899 at Southwark, London. She had previously been married to Robert Leman. They had a daughter Alice Parker Leman, which might suggest that Alice Rebecca's birth surname was Parker. However, her surname when marrying Robert Leman is shown as Brown. GHENT, John George (I0136)
 
13 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MALTHOUSE\CARRINGTON, Brian Patrick (I8284)
 
14 Although her birth certificate shows Eveline, her marriage certificate to Richard TAYLOR shows Evelyn. AGLAND, Eveline Alice (I1498)
 
15 Although her Birth Record shows Eliza Maud she was Christened Eliza Maude. Later she was known as Maud or Maude.
Conjecture: Although the Banns were called on 5th, 12th and 19th August 1917 for Maud Eliza Ghent and Joseph Farrell at Walworth Common, Southwark, there is no evidence to support the Marriage. It is possible that Joseph was KIA during 1917 in World War 1. 
GHENT, Eliza Maud (I0142)
 
16 Although registered as Albert, the 1871 Census shows his name as Frederick. HARRIS, Albert William (I8610)
 
17 Although the New Zealand Electoral Rolls show James and Kathleen as being married, there is no evidence to support this. GREEN, Kathleen (I5376)
 
18 Archdeacon of Manchester MASTER, Rev. Robert Mosley (I10133)
 
19 At some time before his marriage, Henry added Leschallas to his surname. LESCHALLAS, Henry Pigé (I11112)
 
20 At the Old Bailey, Arthur had been accused and acquitted of the manslaughter of his step brother Alexander. See Old Bailey Court Papers and newspaper cuttings.
Sometime around 1900, Arthur changed his surname to SAYERS. 
SYRES, Arthur Horace (I9247)
 
21 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2633
 
22 Believed to have had 3 children HARVEY, Cecil John (I8847)
 
23 Benjamin's surname on the Marriage Index is given as FIDGEON.  Family F0244
 
24 Between 1891& 1901 Eliza, now a widow, is living with her widowed daughter Eliza Butcher. FLACK, Eliza Ann (I3251)
 
25 Birth and Baptism Year, could be either 1612 or 1613 PARNBY, Katherine (I6541)
 
26 Birth Certificate shows her surname as Gent. It also shows Fathers name as Thomas Gent but the name of the informant as Thomas Ghent, Father. GHENT, Mary Anne (I0839)
 
27 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. GHENT, Hannah (I0134)
 
28 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. GHENT, Sarah (I0135)
 
29 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MILLINGTON, George Albert (I1791)
 
30 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. GHENT, Aran William Steven (I0532)
 
31 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MCCRORY, Erin Niah (I3091)
 
32 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. TAYLOR, Horace Gilder (I0080)
 
33 Both Emanuel and Fanny changed their surname to SPIERS at some time when in England. SCHPERKI, Emanuel (I9093)
 
34 Both Emanuel and Fanny changed their surname to SPIERS at some time when in England. SCHPERKI, Fanny (I9094)
 
35 Both the Birth Certificate and the Baptism document show Henry's surname as NYE. With the evidence of his birth certificate, I believe that Henry is actually the son of Frank James EDWARDS. Elizabeth must have known Frank EDWARDS prior to her marriage to him in 1864 as his name appears on both the Birth Certificate of 25 Oct 1859 and the Baptism details of 20 Nov 1859. She also appears to have known of his occupation - 'assistant in a chemists shop' and 'medical assistant'. On both documents she is shown as living at home - 105. Cromer Street.  EDWARDS, Henry Claude John (I9158)
 
36 Captain in army CASE, Harold Kenneth (I6696)
 
37 Catherine is twinned with Thomas MASKELL, Catherine (I4754)
 
38 Chaplain in East Indies. BOYS, Rev. James (I7413)
 
39 Chaplain of St. Helena. BOYS, Rev. Richard (I7402)
 
40 Charles Atmore Ogilvie (1793–1873) was a Church of England clergyman.
Son of John Ogilvie of Whitehaven, Cumberland, who died at Duloe, Cornwall, 25 April 1839, by his wife Catharine Curwen of the Isle of Man, was born at Whitehaven 20 Nov. 1793, and matriculated from Balliol College, Oxford, on 27 November 1811. After taking a first class in 1815, he won the chancellor's prize for the English essay in 1817. He graduated B.A. 1815, M.A. 1818, B.D. and D.D. 1842. In 1816 he was elected a fellow of his college and took holy orders. He was tutor 1819–30, bursar 1822, and senior dean 1842. He was appointed a university examiner in 1823 and 1824, and examiner in the classical school in 1825. He greatly assisted Richard Jenkyns, the master of Balliol, in improving the tone and discipline of the college, and contributed largely to giving it a foremost place in the university. About 1829 he was looked on as a leader of the high-church party in Oxford, but he gave little active support to the Oxford movement. He was a select preacher before the university in 1825, 1832, and 1844, and was made Bampton lecturer in 1836.
Ogilvie held some clerical preferment while still fellow and tutor of Balliol. He was rector of Wickford, Essex, from 4 January 1822 to 1833; rector of Abbotsley, Huntingdonshire, from 30 Aug. 1822 to 1839; and vicar of Duloe from 20 October 1833 to 1840. The rectory and vicarage of Ross, Herefordshire, conferred on him 6 Dec. 1839, he held till his death. For a time he acted as domestic and examining chaplain to Archbishop Howley. He resigned his fellowship in 1834. Ogilvie became the first Regius Professor of Pastoral Theology on 23 April 1842, and as professor he succeeded in 1849 to a canonry at Christ Church, under the provisions of the Act 3 and 4 Vict. c. 113. Through life he maintained a close friendship with Martin Joseph Routh, president of Magdalen College, with whom he corresponded on literary subjects from 1847 to 1854. He was also very intimate with Joseph Blanco White. While lecturing on 15 Feb. 1873 he was seized with paralysis, and died in his house at Christ Church, Oxford, two days later. He was buried in the Latin Chapel in Christ Church Cathedral. By his marriage, on 18 April 1838, to Mary Ann Gurnell, daughter of Major Armstrong (who died 2 Oct. 1875), he had two daughters. 
OGILVIE, Rev. Charles Atmore (I7690)
 
41 Christened 06 NOV 1796 Hatfield, Hertfordshire STYLES, James (I0154)
 
42 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RICHARDS, David Thomas (I8117)
 
43 David's Christening date is shown as 1850, maybe a transcription error? STOCK, David (I8494)
 
44 Death is shown as 'Suicide by hanging' on the "UK, British Army and Navy Birth, Marriage and Death Records, 1730-1960" MOAT, Leonard Charles (I8979)
 
45 Destination stated on Canadian Immigration Service form, Mr William Laddler (Uncle) 2746-4th Avenue West, Vancouver. Also on form, nearest relative in UK shown as Mrs Catherine Pigg (Aunt) 14, Dorlonco Villas, Meadowfield, Durham.  BEADLE, John William (I2171)
 
46 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. GHENT, Diana Lorraine (I0008)
 
47 Did not marry. In 1891, Frederick is living with his uncle, Charles Ghent. GHENT, Frederick (I0472)
 
48 Did Rachell have an illegitmate son Charles? See 1871, 1881 & 1901 Census STOCK, Rachell (I8564)
 
49 Died aged about 22 diving/drowning incident at river estuary South Africa. MANTLE, Warren (I10375)
 
50 Died as a result of an air raid by the German Luftwaffe. COUVES, Emma Maud (I8764)
 

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