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101 He was actually Baptised as Barry Richard William LATTER LATTER, Barre Richard William (I5857)
 
102 Headstone reads: In Memory of George son of Thomas and Mary GHENT who died 11 Sep 1848 aged 2yrs. Also Joh their son who d. 18 Mar 1858 aged 16yrs. Also the above Thomas GHENT who d. 26 Jun 1869 aged 55yrs. GHENT, Thomas (I0835)
 
103 Headstone reads: In Memory of George son of Thomas and Mary GHENT who died 11 Sep 1848 aged 2yrs. Also Joh their son who d. 18 Mar 1858 aged 16yrs. Also the above Thomas GHENT who d. 26 Jun 1869 aged 55yrs. GHENT, John (I0840)
 
104 Headstone reads: In Memory of George son of Thomas and Mary GHENT who died 11 Sep 1848 aged 2yrs. Also Joh their son who d. 18 Mar 1858 aged 16yrs. Also the above Thomas GHENT who d. 26 Jun 1869 aged 55yrs. GHENT, George (I1075)
 
105 Headstone reads: Mary the dau of George & Sarah GHENT d. 25 Feb 1817 aged 13yrs GHENT, Mary (I0831)
 
106 Henry also owned Glenfinart House, Ardentinny, Argyle & Bute, Scotland. LESCHALLAS, Henry Pigé (I11112)
 
107 Henry was reburied at Rookwood Cemetery when the St Andrews Cemetery was removed to make way for the motorway. BURLING, Henry (I6367)
 
108 Henry's Birth index shows the spelling as Bertlett. BARTLETT, Henry William (I0256)
 
109 Her forename is shown as Fanny and her surname is spelt Lackberg on her GRO birth Index. LACHBERG, Jane (Fanny) (Jean) (Sheina) (I973)
 
110 Her forename on her birth index shows Louisa. NOAKES, Lucy (I819)
 
111 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MANTLE, Philip Ernest (I3809)
 
112 His will shows all 13 children. BOYS, John (I7397)
 
113 Hubert (shown as Herbert in the UK Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-1919) served as a Lance Corporal with The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) and was killed in action. CROMPTON, Hubert C (I2408)
 
114 In 1851 Charles is living with his sister Catherine and her husband William, along with his brother John. WILDMAN, Charles (I5550)
 
115 In 1851 he is shown as a pauper, living in the Windsor Union Workhouse. BENFORD, Jonathon (I2278)
 
116 In 1851 John is living with his sister Catherine and her husband William, along with his brother Charles. WILDMAN, John (I5607)
 
117 In 1851 Mary Ann is living with her Uncle & Aunt Robert & Mary VERNUM. STALLWOOD, Mary Ann (I1149)
 
118 In 1851, James & Philadelphia are living with George & Elizabeth PIPER. MASKELL, James (I4749)
 
119 In 1851, William is living with his brother Thomas at Late Olivers, Heathfield. ROSE, William (I6017)
 
120 In 1861 living with his brother Philip. His daughter Rachael is also with him. LOCKWOOD, William (I4581)
 
121 In 1861, Thomas was Groom to Sir Charles & Lady Russell. COLE, Thomas Edward (I4505)
 
122 In 1861, William is living with his eventual Father-in-Law, John SYLVESTER.  NAYLER, William (I5295)
 
123 In 1871 Henry was living with George Frederick Mockford and Frances Agnes Mockford nee Scholtes.
A marriage index for Henry William Good & Emma Tedder can not be found. The date of marriage is taken from the 1911 Census which states they had been married for nineteen years. 
GOOD, Henry William (I0046)
 
124 In 1871 the Clarke family were in residence at Fleming(s), Woodnesborough, Kent CLARKE, Thomas (I0107)
 
125 In 1871 the Disbury family were in residence at 54 Fitzroy Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. DISBURY, Thomas (I0263)
 
126 In 1871 the Fitzjohn family were in residence at 58 Albert Road, Willesden, London. FITZJOHN, John (I0227)
 
127 In 1871 while in the Henley Union Workhouse, Fanny had her three children Frederick aged 12, Charlotte aged about 12 and Edward aged about 9 with her.  IRVING, Fanny (I1136)
 
128 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. LUCKHURST, Henry Herbert (I5018)
 
129 In 1881 Kate is living with George FOOT and his wife Elizabeth Crouch FOOT nee CLARK. WILLIAMS-JONES, Kate (I4994)
 
130 In 1881 the Ellender family were in residence at Church Street, Sandwich, Kent. ELLENDER, Sampson (I0208)
 
131 In 1881 the family were in residence at 8, Sidney Street, London, scene of the Sidney Street Riots of 1830. By 1887 they had moved to 102, York Road, London and in 1890 they were known to be living at 146 York Road.

Alfred Bradley, d. 19 Jan 1890 aged 34 from phthisis (TB). He appears in the same volume and on the same page of the Deaths Index (1b 243 Islington 1890) as Elizabeth Louisa Bartlett, although she died a day after him d. 20 Jan 1890. Their respective spouses, Emma Bradley nee Tedder and Henry William Good subsequently married each other c.1892

Historical note:
The Siege of Sidney Street (sometimes called the Battle of Stepney).

In January 1911 three policemen were killed and two seriously injured trying to arrest Latvian anarchists attempting to break into a jeweller's shop. Two of the gang took refuge in 100 Sidney Street and the building was quickly surrounded by 300 police. Sir Winston Churchill was Home Secretary and he visited the site and called for a detachment of Scots Guards. The house caught fire and the besiegers expected the men to come out but they never did. Churchill refused to allow the Fire Brigade to tackle the fire and later the burnt bodies of two men were found. 
BRADLEY, Alfred (I0094)
 
132 In 1881 Thomas is now a widower and living with his son Eli. GODWIN, Thomas (I4056)
 
133 In 1881 Walter Hopwood was working on a farm at Mount Pleasant, Thornton-on-the-Hill cum Baxby, North Yorkshire. EVERETT, Walter (I0289)
 
134 In 1881, the Agland family were in residence at 18 Gordon Road, Peckham, London. William Agland jnr. was a firework maker, Alfred was a general labourer and Arthur was a printers boy. AGLAND, William (I0209)
 
135 In 1901 Edward was a Drummer with the Provisional Battalion and Imperial Yeomanry at Aldershot in the Stanhope & Wellington Lines.
In 1911 the census shows him as a musician. 
MILLINGTON, Edward (I1858)
 
136 In 1901 Ellen Everett was a housemaid, 'living in' at The Caldrees, Abbey Street, Ickleton, Cambridgeshire, the residence of Sir Robert George Wyndham Herbert G.C.B. (Dd.1905). Ellen's sister Minnie also worked at Caldrees where she met and married the groom William Hopwood.  EVERETT, Ellen (I0291)
 
137 In 1901, Ann Mantle, now a widow is living alone in Cattle Market, Sandwich, Kent. However she is living next door to Elizabeth Clarke, who by now is also a widow and living alone. SAYER, Anne (I0096)
 
138 In 1901, Elizabeth Clarke, now a widow is living alone in Cattle Market, Sandwich, Kent. However she is living next door to Ann Mantle, who by now is also a widow and living alone. CLARKE, Elizabeth (I0076)
 
139 In 1901, Elizabeth was living at 13, Acol Road, West Hampstead as a 'Servant Nurse' to the 4 children of Hermann Ettlinger, a German born Draper and his American born wife Carrie.  HAYNES, Elizabeth Alice (I0021)
 
140 In 1901, Henry, with his wife Annie and 2 children is living with his father William. FLEW, Henry John (I5415)
 
141 In 1901, John is living with his brother-in-law Ludig (Louis) Schulman.
In 1911, although John was shown as married he was living with his brother-in-law Ludwig (Louis) Schulman without his wife.
On his Service Record, John shows his next of kin as Frank Ghent, 12, Neale Terrace, Hook Road, Epsom, Surrey, England. 
GHENT, John George (I0143)
 
142 In 1901, Minnie Everett was a domestic cook, 'living in' at The Caldrees, Abbey Street, Ickleton, Cambrisgeshire, the residence of Sir Robert George Wyndham Herbert G.C.B. (Dd, 1905). It was while working here that she met William Hopwood (groom) and they subsequently married in 1907. Minnie's sister Ellen also worked at Caldrees as a housemaid.  EVERETT, Minnie (I0121)
 
143 In 1901, now widowed, living with parents at 1, Gloucester Place.  LOCKWOOD, Susannah Anne (I4580)
 
144 In 1901, Thomas is living with his Son-in-Law Edward J Page FLEW, Thomas (I5359)
 
145 In 1910 Vernon was living with his Mother in Law, Charlotte Mantle. FLEW, Vernon Davis (I5173)
 
146 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SMITH, Charlotte Anne (I0371)
 
147 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PITT, Bessie Kate (I1333)
 
148 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PRIDGEON, Elizabeth Mary (I7123)
 
149 In 1911 Joseph and his family are living with his parents. COLE, Joseph Frederick (I3844)
 
150 In 1911 Robert is living with his daughter Ida Alice Jane CHUMLEY and her husband Samuel CHUMLEY. NAYLER, Robert Covington (I3528)
 

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