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8501 Probably William Arthur E Thomas b Bristol 1898 THOMAS, William Arthur Ernest (I11731)
 
8502 Probably William Edmund Harris b1857/8. HARRIS, William E (I20609)
 
8503 Probably William John Pook, b1894. POOK, Willie (I11463)
 
8504 Probably William Percy Allsopp b1902, d1903. ALLSOPP, unknown (I12808)
 
8505 Probably working for Albert E Lawrence, Grain Merchant. LEE, Alice (I1897)
 
8506 Probably working for Allan A Blackburn & family. ENEVER, Susanna Maud (I16644)
 
8507 Probate granted of her husband's estate. BIRD, Mary (I20649)
 
8508 Probate granted of his sister Elizabeth's estate. ENEVER, William Roger (I16696)
 
8509 Probate granted of his sister Elizabeth's estate. ENEVER, William Roger (I16696)
 
8510 Probate of Philip Barnes' s will granted to Edgar & Harold. BARNES, Harold Philip O.B.E. (I484)
 
8511 Probate of Philip Barnes' s will granted to Edgar & Harold. BARNES, Edgar Benjamin (I483)
 
8512 Profession deleted. UNKNOWN, Catherine (I31679)
 
8513 Promoted to Assistant Surgeon ROGERS, John James Colin (I23604)
 
8514 Promoted to Bombardier 28/12/1918. CLINKER, Henry Reuben (I6736)
 
8515 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. HOWITT, Guy Cyril (I17872)
 
8516 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. HOWITT, Guy Cyril (I17872)
 
8517 Property value (owned) $10,000. Radio set. LOSEE, Jesse H (I6988)
 
8518 Prospectus for The Taxi-Cab & Motor Supply Co., Limited SHERROTT, Joseph Charles (I29297)
 
8519 Proved at London 10th May 1837 before the Judge by the oath of Louisa
Ennever Widow the Relict the sole Executrix to whom administration was
granted having been first sworn by Commission duly to administer. 
ENNEVER, Henry Thomas (I11050)
 
8520 Proved at London 16th May 1833 before the Judge by the oath of Sarah
Ennever widow the Relict the sole Executrix to whom Admon was granted being first sworn
by comon duly to Admr. 
ENNEVER, Joseph (I11041)
 
8521 Proved at London 2nd March 1826 before the worshipful Jose Addaus, Doctor of Laws and surrogate by the oath of William Enever the nephew and John Enever the son, the executors to whom admon was granted being first sworn duly to administer.

nb not proven as the will records Henry's nephew, William, as a tailor. 
ENEVER, William (I15084)
 
8522 Proved at London 2nd March 1826 before the worshipful Jose Addaus, Doctor of Laws and surrogate by the oath of William Enever the nephew and John Enever the son, the executors to whom admon was granted being first sworn duly to administer. ENEVER, John (I20857)
 
8523 Proved at London 9th August 1878 by the oath of Emma McIlvride (wife of William
McIlvride) the daughter the sole Executrix to whom Admon was granted.

Calendar of Wills states that Personal Estate was under 300 pounds, Emma formerly of
6 Upper-spring-street Marylebone but late of 78 Milton-street Dorset-square died 20
July 1878 at 78 Milton-street, and that Emma McIlvride was of 22 Somerfield-road
Finsbury Park. 
FRENCH, Emma (I18258)
 
8524 Proved at London, the 27th Sept 1848 before the Worshipful Ffrederick
Thomas Pratt Doctor of Laws and Surrogate by the Oath of William Josepf
Ennever the son one of the surviving Executors to whom Admon was gran-
ted having been first sworn duly to administer. Power reserved of making
the like Grant to Robert John Ennever and Joseph Ennever the sons also the
surviving executors when they shall apply for the same. 
ENNEVER, Robert (I541)
 
8525 Proved at London, the 2nd. February 1844 before the Worshipful
John Dewberry Doctor of Laws and Surrogate by the oaths of Thomas
Boyton and Jane Ennever Widow the relict the Executors to whom
Admon was granted having been first sworn duly to administer. 
ENNEVER, John (I2129)
 
8526 Proved at London19th day August 1814 before the worshipful Richard Henry Crosewell LLD &surrogate, by the oath of Henry Enever the son & sole executor to whom admon was granted, having been first sworn duly to admin. ENEVER, Henry (I16594)
 
8527 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. SMITH, Murray Dean (I21924)
 
8528 Pupil. TRIBE, Arthur Stanley (I784)
 
8529 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. HOPKINS, Christopher (I2941)
 
8530 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. LEY, Anthony Thomas (I29743)
 
8531 PWC 438/16781 JOYS, Alfred (I15538)
 
8532 PWC 605/13628 BALDOCK, Benjamin (I18019)
 
8533 PWC 757/50315 BURGOYNE, John (I16568)
 
8534 PWC 97/24917 MORRIS, Ada Emily (I11062)
 
8535 Qualification date. WRIGHT, Edward Taylor (I11227)
 
8536 Queensland, Australia, Passenger Lists, 1848-1912
Name: Lillian Lowe Age: 13 Birth Year: abt 1871 Ship Name: Waroonga Port of Departure: Plymouth, England Port of Arrival: Cooktown Arrival Date: 8 Jan 1884 
LOWE, Lilian (I15252)
 
8537 Queensland, Australia, Passenger Lists, 1848-1912
Name: Mary Lowe Age: 39 Birth Year: abt 1845 Ship Name: Waroonga Port of Departure: Plymouth, England Port of Arrival: Cooktown Arrival Date: 8 Jan 1884 
MILES, Mary (I18518)
 
8538 Queensland, Australia, Passenger Lists, 1848-1912Name: Louisa Lowe Age: 18 Birth Year: abt 1866 Ship Name: Waroonga Port of Departure: Plymouth, England Port of Arrival: Cooktown Arrival Date: 8 Jan 1884

Believed to be Laura. 
LOWE, Laura Jane (I18516)
 
8539 Queensland, Australia, Passenger Lists, 1848-1912Name: Solomon Lowe Age: 44 Birth Year: abt 1840 Ship Name: Waroonga Port of Departure: Plymouth, England Port of Arrival: Cooktown Arrival Date: 8 Jan 1884 LOWE, Solomon (I15924)
 
8540 Queensland, Australia, Passenger Lists, 1848-1912Name: Thomas Lowe Age: 14 Birth Year: abt 1870 Ship Name: Waroonga Port of Departure: Plymouth, England Port of Arrival: Cooktown Arrival Date: 8 Jan 1884

Believed to be James Thomas. 
LOWE, James Thomas (I18517)
 
8541 Query: Romford 1879 Q4 4a 134 (as Enever) aged 63. ENNEVER, William (I350)
 
8542 Quote from the 'New Century Cyclopaedia of Names' Vol 2.

'English journalist who originated the mnemonic training system known as Pelmanism. He founded (1896) the first Pelman Institute at London and opened branches in India, South Africa, Canada, France and the U.S. He published a pamphlet series entitled 'Your Mind and How to Use It.' 
ENNEVER, William Joseph (I386)
 
8543 R.P. 5788 BANKS, Charles Ernest (I20110)
 
8544 R.P. Warden full time Croydon Corporation No. W.?? WILLIAMSON, William Charles (I12590)
 
8545 R25 G5 ENEVER, Robert Archer (I14350)
 
8546 Race: White CLERKE, Kenneth Charles Agnew (I24377)
 
8547 Rachel Rebecca Small (neeBradley) born 1811 parents James/Sarah, baptised St Phillip’s Sydney (V18112399 1A & V1811194 5) after birth ofdaughter to William Lynn married 1833 Samuel Small (V1833355 17),  died 1891 Ryde (1891/13351)  BRADLEY, Rachel Rebecca (I22762)
 
8548 Rachel Smith (nee Bradley)born 19 Sep 1831 (illegitimate) Field of Mars (V1831824 16) baptised 1 Jan 1832St Anne’s Ryde parents shown asWilliam Lynn/Rebecca Bradley BRADLEY, Rachel (I11797)
 
8549 RachelJosephine Pearson (nee Paul) born 1906 Coonabarabran (1906/2692) parentsFrederick/Rachel (nee Phillips)
 
RachelPaul (nee Phillips) born 1884 Coonabarabran (1884/26986) parents WilliamJ/Ann,  married 1903 Frederick PaulCoonabarabran (1903/5853) 
PAUL, Rachel Josephine (I22055)
 
8550 Railway Dept. Bowenfels Station,  First School Teacher Nerrandera, also taught at Aberdeen

Narrandera  Public  School Records

 
AO5/17072.4

 
EDWARD  GEORGE EAGAR
 
Telegramsdirected to W. Wilkins in Sydney  -
 
“MayI assist Govt. Land Agent for few days not interfering with school duties
Replypaid”
E.G.Eagar Jan 22 1878
PublicSchool
 
“MayI do some work for Govt. Land Agent here not interfere with school duties”
E.G.Eagar  Jan 19 1879
 
Notedas acting for John L King land agent and again in 1881
 
”Measlesvery prevalent eighty children absent my son very bad please advise inspectorwritten to”
E.G.Eagar  Feb 17 1881
 
On25th Feb Eagar advised that outbreak had increased,  one scholar having died last night,  parents blame school.
 
Reply-
“Requestfor closure of school due to measles outbreak denied”
Mar2 1881
 
Eagarclosed school on his own responsibility.
 
ChiefInspector,  D.S. Hicks  -  “Iwould recommend that he should be informed that he was not warranted in theaction he took and should be warned against similar conduct in future”.
 
“Eagarshould be reprimanded for the state in which the closet was found and becautioned to exercise efficient care and supervision over the whole schoolpremises in future”
D.S.Hicks  16 Sept 1881.
 
Latein February 1882 Eagar was advise that he had been appointed to Hillston PublicSchool after 8 ½ years at Narrandera.
 
Ina letter to E. Johnson dated 2 Mar 1882 Eagar wrote –
“Seekingconsideration of above appointment ……. to a school nearer to Sydney”.
 
Requestwas denied on 7 Mar 1882.  Hisreplacement at Narrandera was announced – George D Young.
 


Jane,  Edward’s wife,  is recorded as having taught needle work atNarrandera.

Hillston Public School Records

 
AO5/16276
 
EDWARD  GEORGE EAGAR
 
Jan1882 Hillston Public School sought an additional teacher 3B  “Married man be sent and of protestant faithif practicable”.
 
D.S.Hicks in his report dated 7 Feb 1882 listed six teachers available –
“Ofthese I think Mr. E.G. Eagar of Narrandera should be selected for appointmentto Hillston and for the following reasons –
(1)          He has failed to gain by examination theclassification 2B corresponding to his present school.
(2)          Pupil/Teachers are urgently required in the Narranderaschool,  but the candidates for theoffice prepared by Mr. Eagar failed at examination.
(3)          In consequence of his unsatisfactory management of theschool,  private schools are thriving bysecuring the children that ought to be attending the Narrandera Public School.
(4)          The case of the Narrandera School has for many monthsbeen under  consideration but not untilnow have I had an opportunity to suggesting a scheme for effecting the desiredremoval of Mr. Eagar.
(5)          Of the teachers enumerated Mr. Eagar is the only onewithin anything like reasonable reach of Hillston and his removal thither willthus be the least expensive.
 
Forwhatever reason Hillston did not take up Hick’s recommendation and a secondlist of potential teachers was draw up 
EAGAR, Edward James (I2989)
 
8551 Raine Spencer, Countess Spencer
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaRaine, Countess Spencer
Born Raine McCorquodale
9 September 1929
Died 21 October 2016 (aged 87)[1]
Occupation Socialite and politician
Spouse(s) Gerald Legge, 9th Earl of Dartmouth
(m. 1947; div. 1976)
John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer
(m. 1976; d. 1992)
Comte Jean-François Pineton de Chambrun
(m. 1993; div. 1995)
Children William Legge, 10th Earl of Dartmouth
Rupert Legge
Charlotte Paternó Castello, Duchess of Carcaci
Henry Legge
Parent(s) Alexander McCorquodale
Dame Barbara Cartland

Raine, Countess Spencer (née McCorquodale; born 9 September 1929 – 21 October 2016) was a British socialite and local politician. Formerly known, by prior marriages, as the Comtesse Jean-François Pineton de Chambrun,Lady Dartmouth and Lady Lewisham, she was the daughter of Alexander McCorquodale and the noted novelist Dame Barbara Cartland.
Her taste was frequently questioned and her relationship with her stepchildren much discussed. As Countess Spencer, Raine was unpopular with her stepdaughter, Diana, Princess of Wales.[2] Her three marriages have, at varying times, accorded her five titles: the Honourable Mrs. Gerald Legge, Viscountess Lewisham, Countess of Dartmouth, Countess Spencer, and Comtesse de Chambrun.

Contents
  [hide] 
1Early years
2Countess of Dartmouth
3Countess Spencer
4Comtesse de Chambrun
5Later life
6References

Early years[edit]
Raine Spencer's mother, the socialite and romantic novelist Dame Barbara Cartland.
Raine McCorquodale was the only child of novelist Dame Barbara Cartland and Alexander McCorquodale, an Army officer who was heir to a printing fortune. Her parents divorced in 1936 and her mother promptly married Alexander McCorquodale's cousin, Hugh McCorquodale, by whom she had two sons, Ian and Glen McCorquodale.
Countess of Dartmouth[edit]

In 1947, 18-year-old Raine McCorquodale was launched as a debutante into London high society. She had a successful season, not only being named "Deb of the Year," but becoming engaged to be married to the heir of an earldom, the Hon. Gerald Humphry Legge.[3] She and Legge married on 21 July 1948. He succeeded to the courtesy title Viscount Lewisham in 1958 and became the9th Earl of Dartmouth in 1962. The couple had four children:
William Legge, 10th Earl of Dartmouth, born on 23 September 1949
Hon. Rupert Legge, born on 1 January 1953. He married Victoria S. Ottley; the couple have two children, Edward Peregrine Legge (b 1986) and Claudia Rose Legge (b 1989.)
Lady Charlotte, born on 16 July 1963. She married Don Alessandro Paternò Castello, 13th Duke of Carcaci.
Hon. Henry Legge, born on 28 December 1968. He married Cressida Hogg, the youngest daughter of businessman SirChristopher Hogg.
Following her marriage, Lady Dartmouth began to take a strong interest in politics. At age 23, she became the youngest member ofWestminster City Council as a Conservative. As Lady Lewisham, and later Lady Dartmouth, she remained in local government for the following 17 years. She sat on Westminster's town planning, parks and personnel committees, and was later elected to represent Richmond on the Greater London Council. In this capacity she took a special interest in environmental planning and ancient buildings. She chaired the Covent Garden Development Committee and the government working party for the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm.[3]
In 1973 she began a relationship with John Spencer, Lord Althorp, her colleague on an architectural heritage committee. Lord and Lady Dartmouth were consequently divorced in 1976.[3]
Countess Spencer[edit]
Althorp House. Countess Spencer oversaw a large redecoration and restoration project of the Spencers' ancestral home.
Lord Althorp succeeded his father as the 8th Earl Spencer on 9 June 1975. Lord Spencer and Lady Dartmouth were married at Caxton Hall, London, on 14 July 1976. As Countess Spencer, Raine was unpopular with her stepdaughter Lady Diana Spencer and her siblings, who even went as far as referring to their stepmother as "Acid Raine".[2][4] However, media reports have suggested that at the time of her death, Diana was reconciled with her stepmother, while her relationship with her mother Frances Shand Kydd, had been strained.[5]
In 1978, Lord Spencer suffered a brain haemorrhage; his wife nursed him, and his recovery is credited to her care and devotion coupled with the use of an untested drug.[2] Following her husband's illness, Lady Spencer was widely criticised by the press and conservationists for her redecoration of Althorp, the Spencer family seat; it was felt that the heavy use of new gilding and wallpapers failed to compensate for the missing treasures, which included besides properties and land, works by Van Dyck and Gainsborough, furniture, china, porcelain, silver, gold, and family documents sold to fund the project and necessary restoration of the house.[2] The Earl fully endorsed and assisted in his wife's alteration to Althorp and fund-raising activities.[2]However, this was not enough to stop Earl Spencer's son and heir describing his stepmother's taste in decoration as having "the wedding cake vulgarity of a five-star hotel in Monaco."[3]
Lord and Lady Spencer led an opulent lifestyle, entertaining frequently and generously, and travelling greatly. In February 1981, they became globally known following the engagement of Lady Spencer's stepdaughter Diana to Charles, Prince of Wales.[2] When Lord Spencer died on 29 March 1992, the dowager Countess immediately left Althorp, as she and her stepson had a poor relationship.[6][7] The abrupt move from Althorp was, however, cushioned by a £4 million inheritance and a townhouse in London's Mayfair from her husband.[3]
Comtesse de Chambrun[edit]

In July 1993 Raine Spencer married a third husband, Count Jean-François Pineton de Chambrun (a descendant of the Marquis de La Fayette, a member of a prominent French family related to the American Roosevelt family), after a 33-day courtship.[8] They married in a civil ceremony in London.[4] The Count, a younger son of Jean-Pierre Pineton de Chambrun, Marquis de Chambrun (a deaf biochemist-artist), was previously married to American Josalee Douglas. The Countess again attracted charges of vulgarity in Britain when it was discovered that pictures of the wedding had been sold to Hello magazine for a reputed £70,000.[3] Her mother did not attend the wedding ceremony.[4] It was at this time that, while none of her Spencer stepchildren attended this wedding, it was claimed that there was a rapprochement between her and the Princess of Wales.[3]
The de Chambruns' marriage was short-lived and the couple were divorced in 1995. Styled since the marriage as Comtesse Jean-François Pineton de Chambrun, Raine chose to revert to her previous surname and style of Raine, Countess Spencer, despite this being against convention.[9]
Later life[edit]

In December 2007, Lady Spencer was again featured in the news, giving evidence[clarification needed] at the London inquest into the death of the Princess of Wales. Making a rare public comment on her relationship with her stepdaughter, she said: "[Diana] always said I had no hidden agenda. So many people, because she was so popular and so world famous, wanted something out of her. It was a very draining life." Later she told the court "Well, we all want the dark handsome gentleman to walk through the door."[10]
Latterly, Lady Spencer was a member of the board of directors of Harrods, and occasionally worked in the store, although as she told the inquest "Ironically, I never went shopping in Harrods. It was my husband [Earl Spencer] who practically lived there."[10] Her principal home was in Mayfair, London, where she remained a regular part of the London social scene.
Her death was announced on 21st October 2016.[11]

Source: wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raine_Spencer,_Countess_Spencer 
MCCORQUODALE, Raine (I33358)
 
8552 Raine Spencer, Countess Spencer
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaRaine, Countess Spencer
Born Raine McCorquodale
9 September 1929
Died 21 October 2016 (aged 87)[1]
Occupation Socialite and politician
Spouse(s) Gerald Legge, 9th Earl of Dartmouth
(m. 1947; div. 1976)
John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer
(m. 1976; d. 1992)
Comte Jean-François Pineton de Chambrun
(m. 1993; div. 1995)
Children William Legge, 10th Earl of Dartmouth
Rupert Legge
Charlotte Paternó Castello, Duchess of Carcaci
Henry Legge
Parent(s) Alexander McCorquodale
Dame Barbara Cartland

Raine, Countess Spencer (née McCorquodale; born 9 September 1929 – 21 October 2016) was a British socialite and local politician. Formerly known, by prior marriages, as the Comtesse Jean-François Pineton de Chambrun,Lady Dartmouth and Lady Lewisham, she was the daughter of Alexander McCorquodale and the noted novelist Dame Barbara Cartland.
Her taste was frequently questioned and her relationship with her stepchildren much discussed. As Countess Spencer, Raine was unpopular with her stepdaughter, Diana, Princess of Wales.[2] Her three marriages have, at varying times, accorded her five titles: the Honourable Mrs. Gerald Legge, Viscountess Lewisham, Countess of Dartmouth, Countess Spencer, and Comtesse de Chambrun.

Contents
  [hide] 
1Early years
2Countess of Dartmouth
3Countess Spencer
4Comtesse de Chambrun
5Later life
6References

Early years[edit]
Raine Spencer's mother, the socialite and romantic novelist Dame Barbara Cartland.
Raine McCorquodale was the only child of novelist Dame Barbara Cartland and Alexander McCorquodale, an Army officer who was heir to a printing fortune. Her parents divorced in 1936 and her mother promptly married Alexander McCorquodale's cousin, Hugh McCorquodale, by whom she had two sons, Ian and Glen McCorquodale.
Countess of Dartmouth[edit]

In 1947, 18-year-old Raine McCorquodale was launched as a debutante into London high society. She had a successful season, not only being named "Deb of the Year," but becoming engaged to be married to the heir of an earldom, the Hon. Gerald Humphry Legge.[3] She and Legge married on 21 July 1948. He succeeded to the courtesy title Viscount Lewisham in 1958 and became the9th Earl of Dartmouth in 1962. The couple had four children:
William Legge, 10th Earl of Dartmouth, born on 23 September 1949
Hon. Rupert Legge, born on 1 January 1953. He married Victoria S. Ottley; the couple have two children, Edward Peregrine Legge (b 1986) and Claudia Rose Legge (b 1989.)
Lady Charlotte, born on 16 July 1963. She married Don Alessandro Paternò Castello, 13th Duke of Carcaci.
Hon. Henry Legge, born on 28 December 1968. He married Cressida Hogg, the youngest daughter of businessman SirChristopher Hogg.
Following her marriage, Lady Dartmouth began to take a strong interest in politics. At age 23, she became the youngest member ofWestminster City Council as a Conservative. As Lady Lewisham, and later Lady Dartmouth, she remained in local government for the following 17 years. She sat on Westminster's town planning, parks and personnel committees, and was later elected to represent Richmond on the Greater London Council. In this capacity she took a special interest in environmental planning and ancient buildings. She chaired the Covent Garden Development Committee and the government working party for the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm.[3]
In 1973 she began a relationship with John Spencer, Lord Althorp, her colleague on an architectural heritage committee. Lord and Lady Dartmouth were consequently divorced in 1976.[3]
Countess Spencer[edit]
Althorp House. Countess Spencer oversaw a large redecoration and restoration project of the Spencers' ancestral home.
Lord Althorp succeeded his father as the 8th Earl Spencer on 9 June 1975. Lord Spencer and Lady Dartmouth were married at Caxton Hall, London, on 14 July 1976. As Countess Spencer, Raine was unpopular with her stepdaughter Lady Diana Spencer and her siblings, who even went as far as referring to their stepmother as "Acid Raine".[2][4] However, media reports have suggested that at the time of her death, Diana was reconciled with her stepmother, while her relationship with her mother Frances Shand Kydd, had been strained.[5]
In 1978, Lord Spencer suffered a brain haemorrhage; his wife nursed him, and his recovery is credited to her care and devotion coupled with the use of an untested drug.[2] Following her husband's illness, Lady Spencer was widely criticised by the press and conservationists for her redecoration of Althorp, the Spencer family seat; it was felt that the heavy use of new gilding and wallpapers failed to compensate for the missing treasures, which included besides properties and land, works by Van Dyck and Gainsborough, furniture, china, porcelain, silver, gold, and family documents sold to fund the project and necessary restoration of the house.[2] The Earl fully endorsed and assisted in his wife's alteration to Althorp and fund-raising activities.[2]However, this was not enough to stop Earl Spencer's son and heir describing his stepmother's taste in decoration as having "the wedding cake vulgarity of a five-star hotel in Monaco."[3]
Lord and Lady Spencer led an opulent lifestyle, entertaining frequently and generously, and travelling greatly. In February 1981, they became globally known following the engagement of Lady Spencer's stepdaughter Diana to Charles, Prince of Wales.[2] When Lord Spencer died on 29 March 1992, the dowager Countess immediately left Althorp, as she and her stepson had a poor relationship.[6][7] The abrupt move from Althorp was, however, cushioned by a £4 million inheritance and a townhouse in London's Mayfair from her husband.[3]
Comtesse de Chambrun[edit]

In July 1993 Raine Spencer married a third husband, Count Jean-François Pineton de Chambrun (a descendant of the Marquis de La Fayette, a member of a prominent French family related to the American Roosevelt family), after a 33-day courtship.[8] They married in a civil ceremony in London.[4] The Count, a younger son of Jean-Pierre Pineton de Chambrun, Marquis de Chambrun (a deaf biochemist-artist), was previously married to American Josalee Douglas. The Countess again attracted charges of vulgarity in Britain when it was discovered that pictures of the wedding had been sold to Hello magazine for a reputed £70,000.[3] Her mother did not attend the wedding ceremony.[4] It was at this time that, while none of her Spencer stepchildren attended this wedding, it was claimed that there was a rapprochement between her and the Princess of Wales.[3]
The de Chambruns' marriage was short-lived and the couple were divorced in 1995. Styled since the marriage as Comtesse Jean-François Pineton de Chambrun, Raine chose to revert to her previous surname and style of Raine, Countess Spencer, despite this being against convention.[9]
Later life[edit]

In December 2007, Lady Spencer was again featured in the news, giving evidence[clarification needed] at the London inquest into the death of the Princess of Wales. Making a rare public comment on her relationship with her stepdaughter, she said: "[Diana] always said I had no hidden agenda. So many people, because she was so popular and so world famous, wanted something out of her. It was a very draining life." Later she told the court "Well, we all want the dark handsome gentleman to walk through the door."[10]
Latterly, Lady Spencer was a member of the board of directors of Harrods, and occasionally worked in the store, although as she told the inquest "Ironically, I never went shopping in Harrods. It was my husband [Earl Spencer] who practically lived there."[10] Her principal home was in Mayfair, London, where she remained a regular part of the London social scene.
Her death was announced on 21st October 2016.[11]

Source: wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raine_Spencer,_Countess_Spencer 
MCCORQUODALE, Raine (I33358)
 
8553 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. FOSTER, Quinston E (I20705)
 
8554 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. FOSTER, Percival (I20757)
 
8555 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. CONNOLLY, John Stephen Paul (I34770)
 
8556 Ralph Sheppard, cousin, is living with the family. SHEPPARD, Orlando Herbert James (I29872)
 
8557 Rank: Boy ENNEVER, Samuel Francis (I108)
 
8558 Rank:Able Seaman Service No:C/JX 173937 Date of Death:12/06/1942 Age:23 Regiment/Service:Royal Navy H.M.S. Grove Panel Reference: 57, 1. Memorial: CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL Additional Information:Son of Robert and Rose Wise; husband of Alice Puehener Wise, of Plaistow, Essex.
Source: cwg

Loss

While escorting convoy MW-11, Grove was hit by two torpedoes fired by U-77 on 12 June 1942. The ship sank with the loss of 110 men.[1] The destroyer Tetcott rescued 79 survivors. She had been returning to Alexandria from Tobruk, having run aground at Tobruk, damaging the port propeller shaft and the screw itself; her speed had been reduced to 8.5 knots (15.7 km/h; 9.8 mph).[2]
Source: wikipedia 
WISE, Herbert Thomas (I19156)
 
8559 Rank:CaptainService No:102438Date of Death:02/09/1943Age:35Regiment/Service:South African Air Force 47 (R.A.F.) Sqdn.Panel Reference:Panel 12, Column 1.Memorial:MALTA MEMORIALAdditional Information:Son of Hugh A. and Eleanora Hastings, of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Previously served as Flt. Lieut., R.A.F.

James Russell Hastings was educated at Albert Public School, Regina, Saskatchewan and Rouleau High School. He was one of the first students of R.J. Groome in attaining a private flying license at Regina. He homesteaded in the Meadow Lake District with his father from 1930 to 1933 when he moved to Edmonton, Alberta. In 1936 he went to South Africa where he worked until enlisting in the Royal South African Air Force at Jonnanesburg on July 22, 1940. He was promoted to temporary Air Sergeant December 7, 1940 and qualified for his wings on 28 Jul 1941. He was commissioned as Pilot Officer in September 1941 and transferred to the Royal Air Force being sent to England where he was on Channel Patrol Duty over the North Sea until September 1942 when he was sent to Malta.
Flight Lieutenant James Russell Hastings was reported missing and presumed dead at sea off the coast of Corsica following a flying battle on September 2, 1943. His death is commemorated at Malta by name on Panel 12, Column 1 of the Malta Memorial. It reads: “Over these and neighbouring lands and seas the airmen whose names are recorded here fell in raid or sortie and have no known grave”. Medals: 1939/45 Star; Africa Star; Italy Star; War Medal 1939/45; Africa Service Medal. 
HASTINGS, Captain James Russell (I33692)
 
8560 Rank:CaptainService No:102438Date of Death:02/09/1943Age:35Regiment/Service:South African Air Force 47 (R.A.F.) Sqdn.Panel Reference:Panel 12, Column 1.Memorial:MALTA MEMORIALAdditional Information:Son of Hugh A. and Eleanora Hastings, of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Previously served as Flt. Lieut., R.A.F.

James Russell Hastings was educated at Albert Public School, Regina, Saskatchewan and Rouleau High School. He was one of the first students of R.J. Groome in attaining a private flying license at Regina. He homesteaded in the Meadow Lake District with his father from 1930 to 1933 when he moved to Edmonton, Alberta. In 1936 he went to South Africa where he worked until enlisting in the Royal South African Air Force at Jonnanesburg on July 22, 1940. He was promoted to temporary Air Sergeant December 7, 1940 and qualified for his wings on 28 Jul 1941. He was commissioned as Pilot Officer in September 1941 and transferred to the Royal Air Force being sent to England where he was on Channel Patrol Duty over the North Sea until September 1942 when he was sent to Malta.
Flight Lieutenant James Russell Hastings was reported missing and presumed dead at sea off the coast of Corsica following a flying battle on September 2, 1943. His death is commemorated at Malta by name on Panel 12, Column 1 of the Malta Memorial. It reads: “Over these and neighbouring lands and seas the airmen whose names are recorded here fell in raid or sortie and have no known grave”. Medals: 1939/45 Star; Africa Star; Italy Star; War Medal 1939/45; Africa Service Medal. 
HASTINGS, Captain James Russell (I33692)
 
8561 Rank:CorporalService No:551808Date of Death:04/12/1918Age:36Regiment/Service:Royal Engineers 361st Forestry Coy.Grave Reference:VII. B. 4A.Cemetery:LES BARAQUES MILITARY CEMETERY, SANGATTEAdditional Information:Husband of M. E. Thompson, of 82, Downs Park Rd., Hackney, London. THOMPSON, Ernest Alfred (I3669)
 
8562 Rank:PrivateService No:1020Date of Death:05/05/1921Age:34Regiment/Service:Middlesex RegimentGrave Reference:A. 335.Cemetery:WEALDSTONE CEMETERYAdditional Information:Son of William Thomas and Isabella Georgina Varney, of 11, Marlborough Rd., Wealdstone. VARNEY, Henry Thomas (I20746)
 
8563 Rank:PrivateService No:22317Date of Death:31/05/1918Age:39Regiment/Service:Royal Sussex Regiment 2nd/6th Bn.Panel Reference: Memorial:KARACHI 1914-1918 WAR MEMORIALAdditional Information:Husband of Bessie Brown, of Chelmsford, Essex. BROWN, James Walter (I26631)
 
8564 Rank:PrivateService No:22317Date of Death:31/05/1918Age:39Regiment/Service:Royal Sussex Regiment 2nd/6th Bn.Panel Reference: Memorial:KARACHI 1914-1918 WAR MEMORIALAdditional Information:Husband of Bessie Brown, of Chelmsford, Essex. BROWN, James Walter (I26631)
 
8565 Rank:RiflemanService No:472756Date of Death:07/05/1917Age:20Regiment/Service:London Regiment (The Rangers) 1st/12th Bn.Panel Reference:Bay 10.Memorial:ARRAS MEMORIALAdditional Information:Son of William Thomas and Isabella Georgina Varney, of II, Marlboro' Rd., Wealdstone. Middx. VARNEY, Philip John (I20749)
 
8566 RC Section C2 15933 BARRY, Catherine (I24429)
 
8567 Read about Colin Croft Ennever's involvement in the torpedoing of the Bismarck at

http://www.mikekemble.com/ww2/bismarck3.html 
ENNEVER, Colin Croft (I739)
 
8568 Read Nathaniel's story at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nathaniel_Lucas or at http://www.jdark.linkt.com.au/forgottenaustralians.html LUCAS, Nathaniel (I22356)
 
8569 Real estate value $500, personal estate $100. LOSEE, Montgomery A (I6983)
 
8570 Recoded as Jean but assumed to be Jane (see censuses in 1881/91). GIBSON, Jean (I5265)
 
8571 Record detailsPreviousNext Name: Frederick James ENEVER Event type: Marriage Start date: 07 Mar Start year: 1935 End date: End year: Location: S. Heart Church, Calcutta, (R.C.) Spouse: Gladys Ann Isabella MACHADO Age: 32 Status: Parents: Henry Joseph Notes: Transcribed by: British Library India Office Records Reference:N/1/563 f.28  Source name: Source year: Source edition: Presidency: Bengal

Record detailsPreviousNext Name: Gladys Ann Isabella MACHADO Event type: Marriage Start date: 07 Mar Start year: 1935 End date: End year: Location: S. Heart Church, Calcutta, (R. C.) Spouse: Frederick James ENEVER Age: 36 Status: Parents: Edward Joachim Notes: Transcribed by: British Library India Office Records Reference:N/1/563 f.28  Source name: Source year: Source edition: Presidency: Bengal 
Family (spouse) F6039
 
8572 Record detailsPreviousNext Name: Frederick James ENEVER Event type: Marriage Start date: 07 Mar Start year: 1935 End date: End year: Location: S. Heart Church, Calcutta, (R.C.) Spouse: Gladys Ann Isabella MACHADO Age: 32 Status: Parents: Henry Joseph Notes: Transcribed by: British Library India Office Records Reference:N/1/563 f.28  Source name: Source year: Source edition: Presidency: Bengal

Record detailsPreviousNext Name: Gladys Ann Isabella MACHADO Event type: Marriage Start date: 07 Mar Start year: 1935 End date: End year: Location: S. Heart Church, Calcutta, (R. C.) Spouse: Frederick James ENEVER Age: 36 Status: Parents: Edward Joachim Notes: Transcribed by: British Library India Office Records Reference:N/1/563 f.28  Source name: Source year: Source edition: Presidency: Bengal 
Family (spouse) F6039
 
8573 Record detailsPreviousNext Name: Gladys Ena Ethel ENEVER Event type: Birth Date: 03 Apr Year: 1937 Location: St Joseph's Cath., Allahabad, (R.C.) Parents: Frederick James, salesman; Gladys Ann Isabella Notes: Event type: Baptism Date: 18 Apr Year: 1937 Location: St Joseph's Cath., Allahabad, (R.C.) Parents: Frederick James, salesman; Gladys Ann Isabella Notes: Event type: Burial Date: 01 Sep Year: 1937 Location: Allahabad Age: Status: Will administration: Notes: Transcribed by: British Library India Office Records Reference:N/1/580 f.180 N/1/583 f.258  Source name: Source year: Source edition: Presidency: Bengal ENEVER, Gladys Ena Ethel (I19687)
 
8574 Record detailsPreviousNext Name: Gwendoline Ermyntrude Marguerite ENEVER Event type: Birth Date: 28 Nov Year: 1938 Location: St Joseph's Cath, Allahabad (RC) Parents: Frederick James, guard; Gladys Isabella Notes: Event type: Baptism Date: 18 Dec Year: 1938 Location: St Joseph's Cath, Allahabad (RC) Parents: Frederick James, guard; Gladys Isabella Notes: Event type: Burial Date: 20 Sep Year: 1939 Location: Age: Status: Will administration: Notes: Transcribed by: British Library India Office Records Reference:
N/1/592 f.201 
N/1/599 f.204  Source name: Source year: Source edition: Presidency: Bengal 
ENEVER, Gwendoline Ermyntrude Marguerite (I19688)
 
8575 Record detailsPreviousNext Name: Helen Marie Rita ENEVER Event type: Birth Date: 29 Aug Year: 1934 Location: Church, S. Heart, Calcutta, (R.C.) Parents: Frederick James; Gladys Ann Isabelle Notes: Event type: Baptism Date: 03 Mar Year: 1935 Location: Church, S. Heart, Calcutta, (R.C.) Parents: Frederick James; Gladys Ann Isabelle Notes: Event type: Burial Date: 05 Jun Year: 1938 Location: St Joseph's Allahabad Age: Status: Will administration: Notes: Transcribed by: British Library India Office Records Reference:
N/1/562 f.40 
N/1/589 f.207  Source name: Source year: Source edition: Presidency: Bengal 
ENEVER, Helen Marie Rita (I19689)
 
8576 Record information

EventBirth
Event registration number1555
Registration year1855
Personal information

Family nameMCGREGOR
Given namesWilliam Webber
SexUnknown
Father's nameRobt Taylor Web
Mother's nameAlice Conolly. (More)
Place of birthCRESWICK 
MCGREGOR, William Webber (I22348)
 
8577 Record information

EventBirth
Event registration number17100
Registration year1891
Personal information

Family nameMCGREGOR
Given namesAlice Maude
SexFemale
Father's nameWm
Mother's nameNorah Caroline (Lucas)
Place of birthSHEPPARTON 
MCGREGOR, Alice Maude (I35669)
 
8578 Record information

EventBirth
Event registration number26461
Registration year1893
Personal information

Family nameMCGREGOR
Given namesGertrude May
SexFemale
Father's nameWilliam
Mother's nameNorah Carol (Lucas)
Place of birthSHEP 
MCGREGOR, Gertrude May (I35670)
 
8579 Record information

EventBirth
Event registration number4787
Registration year1917
Personal information

Family nameCURTIS
Given namesBeryl May
SexUnknown
Father's nameRoswell Sydney
Mother's nameVioletta May (Torgusen)
Place of birthKEW 
CURTIS, Beryl May (I35842)
 
8580 Record not found. Information from William Sporton's family bible. SPORTON, Sarah (I4932)
 
8581 Record not found. Information from William Sporton's family bible. Probably s/be 1826. SPORTON, Thomas Frederick (I4931)
 
8582 Record set Middlesex Marriage Index
First name(s) Berrey
Last name Manly
Marriage year 1825
Spouse's first name(s) Mary
Spouse's last name Ghost
County Middlesex
Country England
Marriage place Kensington
Groom's first name(s) Berrey
Groom's last name Manly
Groom's place / parish -
Marriage date ? ? 1825
Bride's first name(s) Mary
Bride's last name Ghost
Bride's place / parish -
By licence or banns -
Source 1813-37 Slip Index
Category Birth, Marriage & Death (Parish Registers)
Subcategory Parish Marriages 
Family (spouse) F11247
 
8583 Record set Queensland Deaths 1829-1964
Death date 16 Aug 1963
First name(s) Mark Thomas
Last name Enever
Registration year 1963
State Queensland
Country Australia
Mother's first name(s) Rochelle Pearl
Mother's last name Dennis
Father's first name(s) Thomas
Registration number 1963/004761
Category Birth, Marriage & Death (Parish Registers)
Subcategory Deaths & burials
Collections from Australia & New Zealand 
ENEVER, Mark Thomas (I17682)
 
8584 Record set Queensland Deaths 1829-1964
Death date 23 May 1963
First name(s) Lavinia Gertrude
Last name Newham
Registration year 1963
State Queensland
Country Australia
Mother's first name(s) Catherine
Mother's last name Hartigen
Father's first name(s) John Trezise
Registration number 1963/B058591
Category Birth, Marriage & Death (Parish Registers)
Subcategory Deaths & burials
Collections from Australia & New Zealand 
TREZISE, Lavinia Gertrude (I18525)
 
8585 Record set Yorkshire, Bishop's Transcripts Of Marriages
First name(s) Grace
Last name Penitent
Birth year -
Marriage year 1811
Spouse's first name(s) Francis
Spouse's last name Hill
Residence Whitkirk
County Yorkshire (West Riding)
Country England
Marriage place Whitkirk
Marriage date 25 Sep 1811
Spouse's residence Sherburn
Archive Borthwick Institute for Archives
Category Birth, Marriage & Death (Parish Registers)
Subcategory Marriages & divorces
Collections from United Kingdom 
Family (spouse) F1647
 
8586 Record set Yorkshire, Bishop's Transcripts Of Marriages
First name(s) Grace
Last name Penitent
Birth year -
Marriage year 1811
Spouse's first name(s) Francis
Spouse's last name Hill
Residence Whitkirk
County Yorkshire (West Riding)
Country England
Marriage place Whitkirk
Marriage date 25 Sep 1811
Spouse's residence Sherburn
Archive Borthwick Institute for Archives
Category Birth, Marriage & Death (Parish Registers)
Subcategory Marriages & divorces
Collections from United Kingdom 
Family (spouse) F1647
 
8587 Record Summary C 16/950/M61
Scope and content
Cause number: 1874 M61.
Short title: Mann v Sherrott otherwise Greenhalgh.
Documents: Bill, interrogatories.
Plaintiffs: James Mann.
Defendants: Sarah Ann Sherrott otherwise Sarah Ann Greenhalgh widow (abroad), William Joseph Ennever, Teresa Ann Ennever his wife, Augustus John Sherrott (abroad) and Henry Roake.
Covering dates 1874
Held by
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status Public Record(s)
Language English 
ENNEVER, William Joseph (I135)
 
8588 Record Summary C 16/950/M61
Scope and content
Cause number: 1874 M61.
Short title: Mann v Sherrott otherwise Greenhalgh.
Documents: Bill, interrogatories.
Plaintiffs: James Mann.
Defendants: Sarah Ann Sherrott otherwise Sarah Ann Greenhalgh widow (abroad), William Joseph Ennever, Teresa Ann Ennever his wife, Augustus John Sherrott (abroad) and Henry Roake.
Covering dates 1874
Held by
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status Public Record(s)
Language English 
SHERROTT, Teresa Ann (I136)
 
8589 Record Summary C 16/950/M61
Scope and content
Cause number: 1874 M61.
Short title: Mann v Sherrott otherwise Greenhalgh.
Documents: Bill, interrogatories.
Plaintiffs: James Mann.
Defendants: Sarah Ann Sherrott otherwise Sarah Ann Greenhalgh widow (abroad), William Joseph Ennever, Teresa Ann Ennever his wife, Augustus John Sherrott (abroad) and Henry Roake.
Covering dates 1874
Held by
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status Public Record(s)
Language English 
DYKE, Sarah Ann (I2168)
 
8590 Record, The (Hackensack, NJ) - September 9, 1988 Deceased Name: ROBERT O. ENNEVER SR. ROBERT O. ENNEVER SR., 81, of Oakland, formerly of Dumont and Midland Park, died Wednesday. Before retiring, he was an accountant and comptroller. He was a member of Alpine Tilden Masonic Lodge, the XYZ Senior Citizens, and the Church of the Good Shepherd, all in Midland Park. Surviving are a daughter, Janet E. Mansfield of Oakland; a son, retired Lt. Col. Robert O. Jr. of Marietta, Ga.; two sisters, Dorothy Marfyak of Boston and Ruth Perrault of Rockport, Mass.; six grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Church of the Good Shepherd. Arrangements are by Mayes Ward Funeral Home, Marietta. Donations to the church memorial fund would be appreciated.

(Passaic obituary page)Edition: All EditionsPage: b07Copyright (c) 1988 North Jersey Media Group Inc. 
ENNEVER, Robert Otto (I977)
 
8591 Recorded aged 70, Elizabeth was living with William Taylor & family as a nurse. BATES, William (I1380)
 
8592 Recorded along with Lilian as single. BLEACH, Frank William (I29991)
 
8593 Recorded as "Annie" Nickless. Family (spouse) F548
 
8594 Recorded as "British Subject". MCDONALD, Catherine (I6688)
 
8595 Recorded as "Daughter Illegitimate". KNOTT, Ellen (I4375)
 
8596 Recorded as "Daughter Illegitimate". KNOTT, Ellen (I4375)
 
8597 Recorded as "disabled" by childbirth. WATSON, Ellen (I954)
 
8598 Recorded as "Employed" but occupation blank. ALLARS, Charles (I5400)
 
8599 Recorded as "Hall". HALLS, Henry (I1196)
 
8600 Recorded as "Nearly Blind". Living with her sister Sarah (Lockwood). APPLETON, Amelia (I2317)
 
8601 Recorded as "not" on board. See Royal Naval Hospital census record.
Impregnable was a training ship for boys, based in Plymouth, in Devonport on the night of the census. 
HORNER, Sydney James (I3716)
 
8602 Recorded as "of Charles Street" proving this is the Robert that died in Camberwell. ENNEVER, Robert (I1304)
 
8603 Recorded as "On duty". BUTT, Frederick James (I1629)
 
8604 Recorded as "P. B. & M. 73" STOKER, William (I1551)
 
8605 Recorded as "Unmarried" and age as 70. STRINGER, Elizabeth (I5041)
 
8606 Recorded as "usually lodging in Croydon Surrey".
Appears to be recorded as 28 (unclear). 
CUMMINS, Francis (I13161)
 
8607 Recorded as "visitor". JUDE, Martha (I11612)
 
8608 Recorded as 'a cripel from birth'. BALLINGER, Margaret (I18344)
 
8609 Recorded as 'Baby Burge'. BURGE, Albert Edward (I35079)
 
8610 Recorded as 'Baby', 14 days old. HODGINS, Elizabeth (I4702)
 
8611 Recorded as 'daughter'. BAMBER, Isabella (I68)
 
8612 Recorded as 'Feable-minded' MEAKER, Tydfil (I14210)
 
8613 Recorded as 'Feebleminded from birth'. COTTRELL, Violet (I27979)
 
8614 Recorded as 'from St George, Hanover Square'. ANQUETIL, Ann Alice (I32270)
 
8615 Recorded as 'from St George, Hanover Square'. ANQUETIL, Ann Alice (I32270)
 
8616 Recorded as 'Idiot - from birth'. SEARLE, Fanny (I25415)
 
8617 Recorded as 'idiot'. ENEVER, George (I16346)
 
8618 Recorded as 'idiot'. ENEVER, George (I16346)
 
8619 Recorded as 'Illeg Son'. BRADLEY, Charles Langworth (I27571)
 
8620 Recorded as 'Imbecile' in Remarks. FURLONG, Lilian (I23621)
 
8621 Recorded as 'Infant not cristened' (sic) GREENHILL, Ernest Frederick (I16450)
 
8622 Recorded as 'Living apart'. SPORTON, William (I1409)
 
8623 Recorded as 'Mariner's Wife'. UNKNOWN, Mary Ann (I33475)
 
8624 Recorded as 'Mariner's Wife'. UNKNOWN, Mary Ann (I33475)
 
8625 Recorded as 'Nephew'. BARLOW, Arthur William (I33334)
 
8626 Recorded as 'Nephew'. BARLOW, Arthur William (I33334)
 
8627 Recorded as 'not born county'. BAILEY, Sarah (I1684)
 
8628 Recorded as 'Robert Prior' on Charles's marriage certificate. ENEVER, Robert Prior (I17981)
 
8629 Recorded as 'Sec Wife'. ENEVER, Emma (I16746)
 
8630 Recorded as 'since deceased' on her daughter Lilian's, christening. MEYER, Lillian Harriet (I19666)
 
8631 Recorded as 'son'. LAW, John (I16502)
 
8632 Recorded as 'Unknown'. CRUMP, Henry Joseph Reynolds (I34354)
 
8633 Recorded as 'widow'. Husband not named. UNKNOWN, Mary (I16234)
 
8634 Recorded as 'widow'. Husband not named. UNKNOWN, Mary (I16234)
 
8635 Recorded as 'Wife of Robert Enever', not named. MOOR, Margaret (I16256)
 
8636 Recorded as 1 4/12ths. DUFFY, Lucille M (I32655)
 
8637 Recorded as 1 4/12ths. DUFFY, Lucille M (I32655)
 
8638 Recorded as 1 month old, assumed to be an error. FIELD, Harriett (I31023)
 
8639 Recorded as 1 month old, assumed to be an error. FIELD, Harriett (I31023)
 
8640 Recorded as 1. WILD, William (I2769)
 
8641 Recorded as 1/10/1917 on his death regn. ENEVER, William Robert (I32381)
 
8642 Recorded as 1/10/1917 on his death regn. ENEVER, William Robert (I32381)
 
8643 Recorded as 10 years old & a scholar. Assumed to Edith Emily, born 1880 and possibly 10 months old. POWER, Edith Emily (I13154)
 
8644 Recorded as 10, assumed to be 10m. ENEVER, Harriet (I16712)
 
8645 Recorded as 10. CHINERY, Fanny (I18974)
 
8646 Recorded as 10th Sept at 8 o'clock. Extracted from the Overton family bible. OVERTON, Christopher (I3522)
 
8647 Recorded as 11 years old. HILLS, John (I19993)
 
8648 Recorded as 11. LONG, Elizabeth (I8750)
 
8649 Recorded as 11/1873 in 1900 census and Toronto at Ethel's wedding. HORNER, Sydney James (I3716)
 
8650 Recorded as 118 Railway Place but is between nos 17 & 19. COLLINS, Samuel (I4340)
 
8651 Recorded as 11m old. PEARCE, Minnie Elizabeth (I35877)
 
8652 Recorded as 11m old. EDMONDS, Winifred (I33564)
 
8653 Recorded as 11m old. EDMONDS, Winifred (I33564)
 
8654 Recorded as 12 and listed after Rosie , aged 4. Believed to be an error, s/be 2. FIELD, Violet (I31030)
 
8655 Recorded as 12 and listed after Rosie , aged 4. Believed to be an error, s/be 2. FIELD, Violet (I31030)
 
8656 Recorded as 12. HENSHAW, Elizabeth (I10736)
 
8657 Recorded as 12. FAILES, Harriet (I12109)
 
8658 Recorded as 12m. LUCAS, Sarah Annie (I34644)
 
8659 Recorded as 13. CHINERY, Emma (I20888)
 
8660 Recorded as 13. LANGWITH, Jane Sarah (I6408)
 
8661 Recorded as 15, listed above Catherine, also 15. SMITH, Joseph (I9883)
 
8662 Recorded as 15. MACERONI, Cecilia Ada (I33305)
 
8663 Recorded as 15. MACERONI, Cecilia Ada (I33305)
 
8664 Recorded as 15. CHINNERY, Eliza (I20885)
 
8665 Recorded as 15th on her christening. ENNEVER, Annie (I1209)
 
8666 Recorded as 16. MARTIN, Henry William (I7283)
 
8667 Recorded as 17. BOGGISS, Ellen (I1501)
 
8668 Recorded as 17/5/1896 (see Victor's birth) Family (spouse) F11240
 
8669 Recorded as 18, born St Pancras. MACERONI, Laura Bethynia Mary (I33304)
 
8670 Recorded as 18, born St Pancras. MACERONI, Laura Bethynia Mary (I33304)
 
8671 Recorded as 18. MUCKLEY, Elizabeth Sarah (I29053)
 
8672 Recorded as 18. Family (spouse) F10888
 
8673 Recorded as 1833 in the Family Bible. ENEVER, Charles (I14868)
 
8674 Recorded as 1874 in 1939 census. HAGGAR, David (I18659)
 
8675 Recorded as 1885 in 1939 census. SUCH, Horace William (I7264)
 
8676 Recorded as 1889 in 1939 Register. CLAXSON, Arthur Frederick (I20206)
 
8677 Recorded as 1895 in 1939 census and 1892 on her death. MAZZONI, Violet Maud (I35887)
 
8678 Recorded as 1901 in 1930 census! DANE, Charlotte F (I30190)
 
8679 Recorded as 1906 on his death. KNIGHTS, Greville Iniver (I32007)
 
8680 Recorded as 1925 on his death. PARKER, Frederick William (I35784)
 
8681 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. BOND, Owen Ruskin (I24371)
 
8682 Recorded as 1m old. LAWSON, Kathleen May (I6894)
 
8683 Recorded as 2 11/12ths. DUFFY, James Stimson (I5896)
 
8684 Recorded as 20. NUNNS, Elizabeth (I703)
 
8685 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. PAVITT, Ivy Beatrice (I2861)
 
8686 As a living person is linked to this information, further details have been withheld. PAVITT, Ivy Beatrice (I2861)
 
8687 Recorded as 20months old. HOGG, Sarah (I10975)
 
8688 Recorded as 23. INCE, George (I32190)
 
8689 Recorded as 23. INCE, George (I32190)
 
8690 Recorded as 24. CLARK, Robert Nunns (I11146)
 
8691 Recorded as 24. MILLER, John Shepherd (I11989)
 
8692 Recorded as 25. HILL, Sabina (I924)
 
8693 Recorded as 26 at marriage and having had 9 children. EWING, Jennie E (I6920)
 
8694 Recorded as 26. GRIFFIN, Thomas William (I1983)
 
8695 Recorded as 28. PEASE, Mary Ennever (I7652)
 
8696 Recorded as 29 (see 1861!). MCDONALD, Isabella (I14546)
 
8697 Recorded as 29. MCDONALD, Isabella (I14546)
 
8698 Recorded as 3 days old. PARDUCCIA, Charles (I2676)
 
8699 Recorded as 3 months old, believed to be an error as no other birth or death records have been found. JACK, Edward (I28223)
 
8700 Recorded as 3 years old, presumed to be 3 weeks or months. INCE, Gertrude Maud (I1621)
 
8701 Recorded as 30, birthplace as Bolton. INMAN, Martha (I16344)
 
8702 Recorded as 30, birthplace as Bolton. INMAN, Martha (I16344)
 
8703 Recorded as 30. HASKELL, Samuel Frederick (I21349)
 
8704 Recorded as 30. FAILES, Watson (I11950)
 
8705 Recorded as 33. ENEVER, George (I16325)
 
8706 Recorded as 35, married but as Henshaw. HENSHAW, Sarah (I10737)
 
8707 Recorded as 36. ENNEVER, William C (I10410)
 
8708 Recorded as 36. ROGERS, Charles (I1508)
 
8709 Recorded as 38. MCDONALD, Isabella (I14546)
 
8710 Recorded as 4 years old (3 overwritten). THOMAS, Bell (I15011)
 
8711 Recorded as 4/1877 in 1900 census. FARMER, Sarah Jenny (I9456)
 
8712 Recorded as 4/2/1913 on WW1 service papers. ENNEVER, Charles Albert (I749)
 
8713 Recorded as 40, first,married at age 27. THIESSEN, Mae (I19494)
 
8714 Recorded as 40. HODLEY, Horace (I17366)
 
8715 Recorded as 40. TYRRELL, William (I9745)
 
8716 Recorded as 40. HODLEY, Horace (I17366)
 
8717 Recorded as 40. UNKNOWN, Ann (I1522)
 
8718 Recorded as 45. ENEVER, John (I16699)
 
8719 Recorded as 46, married but Francis is not present.
Boarding with the family is Georg Glafey, aged 21, born Bavaria. 
BRIDGES, Susan (I14990)
 
8720 Recorded as 47. PUNT, Alice Emily (I16917)
 
8721 Recorded as 47. OVERTON, Catherine (I11978)
 
8722 Recorded as 48, widowed. 5 children born, 2 living. WASSERBACH, Annie Julia (I10417)
 
8723 Recorded as 48. UNKNOWN, Elizabeth (I13159)
 
8724 Recorded as 5 years old, born Bow. ENEVER, Jessie Grace Lambourne (I29625)
 
8725 Recorded as 51. KEMP, Annie (I32570)
 
8726 Recorded as 51. KEMP, Annie (I32570)
 
8727 Recorded as 54. CUMMINS, Richard (I13158)
 
8728 Recorded as 55. MAGNUS, Jane Julia (I16767)
 
8729 Recorded as 57. GOODCHILD, Elmar David (I32569)
 
8730 Recorded as 57. GOODCHILD, Elmar David (I32569)
 
8731 Recorded as 5m. OVERTON, William Failes (I11965)
 
8732 Recorded as 6 weeks old. GOODCHILD, Alfred (I32573)
 
8733 Recorded as 6 weeks old. GOODCHILD, Alfred (I32573)
 
8734 Recorded as 6. BOSWELL, Ernest William (I35187)
 
8735 Recorded as 6/1/1895 in 1939 census. HARRIS, Sydney Charles (I7001)
 
8736 Recorded as 62. NUNNS, Mary (I706)
 
8737 Recorded as 66. ENEVER, George (I16311)
 
8738 Recorded as 66. ENEVER, George (I16311)
 
8739 Recorded as 6m. OVERTON, Maria Failes (I11621)
 
8740 Recorded as 7 years old and a scholar. CREASE, Alfred Thomas (I21187)
 
8741 Recorded as 72, born West Walton. SEARLE, Elizabeth (I1381)
 
8742 Recorded as 75. UNKNOWN, Bridget (I8990)
 
8743 Recorded as 7m. FAILES, Margaret (I11952)
 
8744 Recorded as 8 months. POLLYN, Robert Remington (I11917)
 
8745 Recorded as 8, born Stratford. HODLEY, William (I18622)
 
8746 Recorded as 8. BOSWELL, George William (I35188)
 
8747 Recorded as 9. FAILES, Elizabeth (I12110)
 
8748 Recorded as 9/12ths. DUFFY, Carrie Evelyn (I5897)
 
8749 Recorded as 9m old. KYDD, Mary Shand (I4825)
 
8750 Recorded as 9y 2m. ENEVER, Robert Francis Freeman (I15091)
 

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