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51 (Twin with Harriett) FAULCONER, Mary (I7905)
 
52 (Twin with Mary) FAULCONER, Harriett (I7568)
 
53 [no title] DR 724/5/4 2 Nov 1889 Contents: Copy will of Susan Muzio, 33 Highbury Grove, widow. Executors: Cousin Leonard Coleman, Brixton, Surrey esq. and C.H. Rice, Cheam, Surrey. £1000 to each of 4 step-children: Charles Wilton Muzio, New York; Edward Muzio, Augustus Muzio and Cassandra Sarah Muzio. £400 to Leonard Coleman. £300 to cousin Caroline Emily Farlow, wife of Charles. £300 each to children of late Rev. Edward Rice, viz: Elizabeth Rice, senior, Stratford-upon-Avon and John Rice, Ealing, esq. £200 to Rev. C.H. Rice. £100 to Rev. Robert Rice, warden of St. Columba's College, Dublin. £100 each to sisters of above: Mary Davenport, Alice Bulkley, Christiana Aston, Susan Rice, daughters of David Rice, Stratford-upon-Avon, surgeon, deceased. £50 each to Edward Rice, M.D., Bernard Rice, M.D., Emily Rice, Mary Rice and Elizabeth Rice, children of Bernard Rice, late of Stratford-upon-Avon, surgeon, deceased, by Emily his wife. £500 to Matilda Louisa Muzio, widow of stepson James Muzio. £100 to Sarah Agnes Ludlow, Stratford-upon-Avon, widow. £50 to Caroline Agnes Blanckenhagen, spinster. £100 to Mary Sidebotham, Leatherhead. Charitable legacies to Cancer Hospital, Brompton; Great Northern Central Hospital; London Fever Hospital; British Home for Incurables. Residue of estate to Augustus Muzio. Requests burial beside husband in Highgate Cemetery. Enclosure: Note from Susan Muzio re death of Leonard Coleman. - Alters bequests and requests codicil accordingly, viz: Cassandra Sarah Muzio, additional £200 Edward Muzio, additional £100 Susan Rice, additional £100 Vincent Rice, Auckland, New Zealand, £100, Mrs. Maria B [?Bulkley], £50. RICE, Bernard (I5474)
 
54 [no title] DR 724/5/4 2 Nov 1889 Contents: Copy will of Susan Muzio, 33 Highbury Grove, widow. Executors: Cousin Leonard Coleman, Brixton, Surrey esq. and C.H. Rice, Cheam, Surrey. £1000 to each of 4 step-children: Charles Wilton Muzio, New York; Edward Muzio, Augustus Muzio and Cassandra Sarah Muzio. £400 to Leonard Coleman. £300 to cousin Caroline Emily Farlow, wife of Charles. £300 each to children of late Rev. Edward Rice, viz: Elizabeth Rice, senior, Stratford-upon-Avon and John Rice, Ealing, esq. £200 to Rev. C.H. Rice. £100 to Rev. Robert Rice, warden of St. Columba's College, Dublin. £100 each to sisters of above: Mary Davenport, Alice Bulkley, Christiana Aston, Susan Rice, daughters of David Rice, Stratford-upon-Avon, surgeon, deceased. £50 each to Edward Rice, M.D., Bernard Rice, M.D., Emily Rice, Mary Rice and Elizabeth Rice, children of Bernard Rice, late of Stratford-upon-Avon, surgeon, deceased, by Emily his wife. £500 to Matilda Louisa Muzio, widow of stepson James Muzio. £100 to Sarah Agnes Ludlow, Stratford-upon-Avon, widow. £50 to Caroline Agnes Blanckenhagen, spinster. £100 to Mary Sidebotham, Leatherhead. Charitable legacies to Cancer Hospital, Brompton; Great Northern Central Hospital; London Fever Hospital; British Home for Incurables. Residue of estate to Augustus Muzio. Requests burial beside husband in Highgate Cemetery. Enclosure: Note from Susan Muzio re death of Leonard Coleman. - Alters bequests and requests codicil accordingly, viz: Cassandra Sarah Muzio, additional £200 Edward Muzio, additional £100 Susan Rice, additional £100 Vincent Rice, Auckland, New Zealand, £100, Mrs. Maria B [?Bulkley], £50. MUZIO, Cassandra Sarah (I8082)
 
55 1 month old on the 1841 Census SHIPWAY, Henry J (I9027)
 
56 1 month old on the 1871 Census PROSSER, Elizabeth (I1683)
 
57 1 month old on the 1881 Census BARNES, Herbert Sydney (I4812)
 
58 1. From The Gazette, July 9, 1875:- 2361. To Nino Bottone of the city of Manchester, Professor of Languages, for the invention of "new or improved apparatus for facilitating the calculation of numbers or figures." TIPTON, Mary Ann Bond (I19736)
 
59 1851 + 1861 Census BATTEN, Emily (I10734)
 
60 1851 census Ann (I5644)
 
61 1851 Census HENRY, Robert (I10711)
 
62 1851 Census HENRY, Arthur (I10712)
 
63 1851 Census HENRY, Maria (I10713)
 
64 1851 Census BATTEN, Martha (I10736)
 
65 1861 Census BATTEN, Ann (I10730)
 
66 1861 Census BATTEN, John (I10731)
 
67 1861 Census BATTEN, George (I10732)
 
68 1861 Census BATTEN, Caroline (I10733)
 
69 1871 Census BATTEN, George (I10726)
 
70 1871 Census Sarah (I10727)
 
71 1871 Wales Census about William Phillips Name: William Phillips Age: 8 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1863 Relation: Grandson Gender: Male Where born: Carew, Pembrokeshire, Wales Registered Civil Parish: Carew Town: Carew County/Island: Pembrokeshire Country: Wales PHILLIPS, John (I2409)
 
72 1881 Census WILLIAMS, Michael Henry (I11063)
 
73 1881 Census WILLIAMS, Alice Catherine (I11065)
 
74 1881 Census Thomas Radmore James M., Mary abt 1865 Pembroke Dock Thomas S. Radmore William, Mary A. abt 1867 P Dock, Pembrokeshire, 1871 Census Thomas Radmore James M, Mary abt 1865 Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire RADMORE, Thomas Scott (I2774)
 
75 1911 Census LANGFORD, Reginald John (I10703)
 
76 1911 Census BATTEN, Lizzie (I10741)
 
77 1911 Census GRIFFITHS, Sarah Ann (I10744)
 
78 1911 Census PARKER-JERVIS, Gertrude Mary (I11095)
 
79 1911 Census THOMAS, Mary Jane (I11144)
 
80 1911 Census SHEARN, Wyndham Winston (I11146)
 
81 1911 Census HOLVEY, Benjamin (I11194)
 
82 1st Class Passenger from Rio De Janeiro. SELLON, John Scudamore Pybus (I26552)
 
83 1st World War Casualty. HOARE, Captain Alan Brodie (I25228)
 
84 1st. Earl of Claire HOLLES, John (I6449)
 
85 2 Days Old on the 1841 Census. ADAMS, William (I2023)
 
86 2 months old on the 1841 Census TUNSTALL, John (I9115)
 
87 2 weeks old on the 1851 Census PARISH, Leah (I10164)
 
88 2nd Boer War Casualty CAVENDISH, Charles William Hugh (I21642)
 
89 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Battalion Goldstream Guards. TOLLEMACHE, Bevil Douglas (I2331)
 
90 2nd. Lieutenant, His Majesty's Indian Army Reserve of Officers BARNETT, Wilfird Mainwaring Cornish (I15061)
 
91 2nd. World War Casualty HOMFRAY, John Charles Richards (I12189)
 
92 3 weeks of age on the 1891 Census HYDE, Dorothy Lilian (I7579)
 
93 3sw.Parish Baptism Register TIBBITS, Mary Joan (I3966)
 
94 4098, FF68-93, EN.DIST.8, SWANSEA UNION, LLANGYFELACH Census 1891: RG12/4483, Folio 21, Page 36 ROGERS, Thomas (I3549)
 
95 4th. Battalion Worcester Regiment SAVAGAR, James Stephen (I12053)
 
96 5 months old on the 1841 Census DAVIS, Louisa (I9382)
 
97 5 weeks old on the 1911 Census + General Register Office Index:- March 1911, Pembroke DAVIES, Leonard J J (I10526)
 
98 53 years of age at her death. MILLER, Esther (I24043)
 
99 6 weeks old on the 1911 Census WYLLYAMS, Doris Mabel (I9435)
 
100 6:30 am. From Birth Certificate TRACEY, Janet Drever (I4175)
 

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