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51 Chaplain of St. Helena. BOYS, Rev. Richard (I7402)
 
52 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)
 
53 Charles changed his name from Impey to Davies when he left his wife Elizabeth to set up home with Emma. He did not go on to marry Emma. DAVIES, Charles IMPEY (I14158)
 
54 Charlton Riverside formerly known as New Charlton. BROOKER, James Alfred (I862)
 
55 Christened 06 NOV 1796 Hatfield, Hertfordshire STYLES, James (I0154)
 
56 Christening document suggests her name could be Ann rather than Frances. WAKEFORD, Frances (I424)
 
57 Commemorated in the Register at The Runnymede Memorial.  MANTLE, Albert John (I12802)
 
58 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RICHARDS, David Thomas (I8117)
 
59 David's Christening date is shown as 1850, maybe a transcription error? STOCK, David (I8494)
 
60 Death caused by Skull & Brain damage sustained in a car accident.  CORDER, Robert Ernest (I12160)
 
61 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)
 
62 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)
 
63 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. GHENT, Diana Lorraine (I0008)
 
64 Did not marry. In 1891, Frederick is living with his uncle, Charles Ghent. GHENT, Frederick (I0472)
 
65 Did not marry. Moved in with George Stephen Lambourne while William Pierpoint was still alive but in prison for killing his son. Family: George Stephen LAMBOURNE / Emily Ann JOY (F818)
 
66 Did Rachell have an illegitmate son Charles? See 1871, 1881 & 1901 Census STOCK, Rachell (I8564)
 
67 Died aged about 22 diving/drowning incident at river estuary South Africa. MANTLE, Warren (I10375)
 
68 Died as a result of an air raid by the German Luftwaffe. COUVES, Emma Maud (I8764)
 
69 Died at Queen's Park School, Aylesbury which had been commandeered as a Military Hospital from pneumonia while serving with the Labour Corps during WW1. Has a Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone in Tring Road Aylesbury Cemetery showing his original regiment The Essex. IRVING, Charles William Stanley (I0053)
 
70 Died from disease. DANIEL, John Lewis (I6443)
 
71 Died from either convulsions brought on by teething or alledgedly poisoned by his step brother Arthur Horace Syres. See Old Bailey Court Report and newspaper cuttings.  SYRES, Alexander (I9250)
 
72 Died in the Eastry Union Workhouse HARRIS, John Reynolds (I4079)
 
73 Divorce, High Court of Justice, Strand, Middlesex. Filed 17 Dec 1894, Decree Nisi 27 Apr 1895 and Final Decree 04 Nov 1895. Family: James HARTNOLL / Elizabeth HOLLIMAN (F760)
 
74 Document UK, Soldiers Died in the Great War, 1914-1919 shows his date of death as 2nd May 1915, while the document U.K. Army Registers of Soldiers Effects, 1901-1929 shows his death as 5th May 1915. The UK, Commonwealth War Graves, 1914-1921 and 1939-1947 show his death as 8th May 1915. EDWARDS, Albert Frederick (I9141)
 
75 Edward took his stepfather's name changing from Wilson to Butler. WILSON(BUTLER), Edward Henry (I7014)
 
76 Either Arthur E Chaplin or Walter H Westgate CHAPLIN, Arthur Edward (I1814)
 
77 Elizabeth GHENT's surname on the transcription of her christening record shows the spelling as GENT. GHENT, Elizabeth (I0719)
 
78 Elizabeth Louisa Bartlett, d. 20 Jan 1890 aged 29 from pneumonia. She appears in the same volume and on the same page of the Deaths Index (1b 243 Islington 1890) as Alfred Bradley, although he died a day before her d.19 Jan 1890. Their respective spouses, Henry William Good and Emma Bradley subsequently married each other c.1892  BARTLETT, Elizabeth Louisa (I0048)
 
79 Emily Taylor was Horace's Housekeeper Family: Rev. Horace GILDER / Emily TAYLOR (F0058)
 
80 Employed at Cane Hill Hospital, Couldson. MICHAEL, Elizabeth Margaret (I0116)
 
81 Ernest died as a result of an air raid during WW2 GOOD, Ernest Valentine (I1778)
 
82 Francis Ghent left £60 in his will to his wife Elizabeth. GHENT, Francis (I0232)
 
83 Frederick Williams's parents John & Sarah Ghent were living at 7 Asylum Road, Peckham, Camberwell when he was born. At the time of their wedding Frederick and Elizabeth were living at 26 Herman Road, Camberwell, later that year moving to 18 Hendre Road, Southwark.
In 1916 the Ghent family were in residence at 43, Edward Road, Coulsdon, Surrey.
Following the death of Frederick in 1961, Elizabeth moved in with her daughter Irene at Hove, Sussex. 
GHENT, Frederick William (I0020)
 
84 French Huguenot PIGÉ, Henry Peter (I11123)
 
85 From 1861 and the birth of daughter Elizabeth, John drops the "g" from Irving. Therefore both he and his wife and all his children except Mary Ann became "IRVIN's". IRVING, John (I1137)
 
86 From at least 1871 and sometime between 1881 and 1901 the Dean family were living at Wall Traps, Hatfield, Hertfordshire. When they moved and certainly from 1901 they were living at Harpsfield Hall Cottages, St. Albans. Hertfordshire. DEAN, Ephraim (I0088)
 
87 From her marriage Mary Grace reversed her forenames to become Grace Mary KITSON nee FITZJOHN. Family: Edmund KITSON / Mary Grace FITZJOHN (F2892)
 
88 From the age of about 10, Heather took Mantle as her surname. CAMPBELL\MANTLE, Heather Emily Jean (I9382)
 
89 George GHENT's surname on the transcription of his christening record shows the spelling as GENT. GHENT, George (I0832)
 
90 George Smith may well be Martha Dean's 2nd Husband, with her daughter Ada being by her 1st Husband  DEAN, Martha (I0091)
 
91 Gladys is buried in an unmarked communal grave. GOOD, Gladys Dorothy (I0014)
 
92 Greenstead, Colchester, in 1836, known as Greenstead-Juxta-Colchester, Essex  Family: William LANGHAM / Mary Ann CLOVER (F750)
 
93 GRO transcription index and England & Wales Deaths, shows surname as Button. BURTON, Un-named (I11359)
 
94 GRO transcription index shows surname as Britton. BURTON, Elizabeth Selina (I740)
 
95 GRO transcription index shows surname as Button. BURTON, Eliza Jane (I737)
 
96 GRO transcription index shows surname as Button. BURTON, Stephen (I739)
 
97 GRO transcription index shows surname as Button. BURTON, Amelia Fanny (I741)
 
98 Had 10 children, only 6 surviving by 1911 BELCHAM, Mary Elizabeth (I3392)
 
99 Had a brother William bn. 1839 Goudhurst, Kent. BRABON, John (I0735)
 
100 Harry's Birth Certificate shows his name as Harry Davies. However, most documents give his name as Harry James Davies.  DAVIES, Harry (I14152)
 

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