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101 (Medical):Suspended by a handkerchief through a loop of wire in a tree. He had been admitted to the instition suffering from Melancholia. The Coroner found that Beven was mentally deranged when he strangled himself. BEVEN, Walter Ernest (I6990)
 
102 (Medical):Sydney Morning Herald - 18 May 1868
Fatal Accident at Carcoar
An inquiry respecting the decease of James Death farmer was held before Mr S Myer Coroner on Tuesday 12 instant at the residence of the deceased near Blayner. The Carcoar Herald reports that John Hewit deposed - I knew the deceased James Death, he and I went to fell a tree on the afternoon of last Thursday week April 30th, we placed a stick on the ground for the tree to fall on to enable us to pass a chain under, we felled the tree when the stick on the ground broke one piece flying up and striking the deceased on the head. He was knocked down, I ran for some water, on my return he was sitting up and subsequently drove his team home, since that time he has occasionally complained of being ill, he took to his bed Sunday May 10th and died on May 11th.
Ann Death the wife of the deceased corroborated the above statement and the jury found that the deceased came to his death by injuries accidently received by falling of a tree. 
DEATH, James (I16406)
 
103 (Medical):The effects of injuries recieved when the motor cycle he was riding skidded and struck a guide post, throwing him against a tree.
Verdict at inquest held at the Dandenong, by Coroner, Mr H.W. Pascoe, on the 2nd Apr 1963. 
BROWN, William Neville (I1948)
 
104 (Medical):Thomas and Jane had taken baby James to be christened and on the way home after the service, the horse shied at something and bolted. James was thrown from the sulky and killed. RAPLEY, James (I8315)
 
105 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11582)
 
106 (Medical):Went to Edinborough, Scotland for goiter surgery in 1916 and died while there. FRATER, Joan (I10288)
 
107 (Moulder) PITTS, William George (I13975)
 
108 (Newcastle Herald 17/4/2007) HIPWELL, Stanley (I11944)
 
109 (Nobody knows who the father of her son Allan was. Apparently she fell pregnant whilst working as a maid at the home of Sir Waldo Griffiths at Ednam nr. Kelso, and in the spirit of the times dismissed) Note from William Kinghorn email 1 Feb 2008. KINGHORN, Isobella (I7547)
 
110 (Notes from Grandaughter Lorraine Schultz 30 Jun 2008) Grandfather was a hermit when we visited him he would talk to us outside the door he won the Queens shot for rifle shooting he owned a very early Harley Davidson and rode it from Gunnedah to Kootingal to see us he was a loner but loved his family he died alone in his humpy EATHER, Norman Lesley (I11673)
 
111 (Queens Head) FRATER, Isabella (I29523)
 
112 (Research):(1881 census) reports Residence is Ashdown Forest and as a Widow with son Edward and daughter Eliza living at home. CARD, Abraham (I452)
 
113 (Research):2 children Clayton and Justin HAIR, Michael (I21314)
 
114 (Research):3 children Tanya, Damien and Troy LINDSAY, Frederick (I21317)
 
115 (Research):?b??i?From the (Gloucester?) Examiner 28/4/1902:?/b? SUTTON: Another, though brief, resident of the town passed over to the great majority on Friday morning last. The death of Mrs D.C.Sutton after an illness of nearly 12 months duration . The deceased had resided with her husband in Bulahdelah up to a few weeks ago. When she moved there for better medical treatment she had been suffering from an internal complaint and no satisfactory diagnosis of her case made the task of trying to restore her to health all the more difficult, but it is doubtful if a permanent cure could have been affected. Her demise is regretted by a large number of friends and relatives and sympathy is freely expresed for the husband and family of 6 children the yongest of whom is small. The remains were interred in the C/E cemetery on Saturday when a large gathering paid their last tribute of respect to the departed lady. The Rev E.LaBarte officiating at the grave. We deeply sympathize with Mr Sutton in the loss he has sustained.?/i? WEST, Harriet (I4134)
 
116 (Research):?b??i?The Shaftesbury Reformatory School?/b??/i? opened in 1880 on a site on Old South Head Road (in the present-day suburb of Vaucluse), as a replacement for the Biloela Reformatory School for Females on Cockatoo Island. It included a series of cottages and three solitary cells surrounded by high fences, and usually housed a total of around 20 girls for one to five years. In 1904, the Shaftesbury Reformatory School was moved to Ormond House in Paddington and the site was returned to the Comptroller of Prisons.
1984 ?i?Phillis Frater?/i? was sent to Shaftesbury for 2 years. (See Newspaper Clippings) 
FRATER, Phyllis (Annie) (I28866)
 
117 (Research):?b??i?UK, Royal Navy Registers of Seamen's Services, 1848-1939?/b??/i?
Name:?tab?Andrew Cockburn Kinghorn
Gender:?tab?Male
Birth Date:?tab?24 Mar 1890
Birth Place:?tab?Kels?? Roxburgh
First Service Date:?tab?25 Jul 1908
First Ship Served On:?tab?Vivid II
Last Service Date:?tab?21 Aug 1920
Last Ship Served On:?tab?Vivid II
Service Number:?tab?K988 
KINGHORN, Andrew Cockburn (I8051)
 
118 (Research):?b??i?UK, Royal Navy Registers of Seamen's Services, 1848-1939?/b??/i?
Name:?tab?Robert Cockburn
Gender:?tab?Male
Birth Date:?tab?6 Dec 1892
Birth Place:?tab?Edinburgh
First Service Date:?tab?28 Mar 1909
First Ship Served On:?tab?Ganges
Last Service Date:?tab?6 Jun 1919
Last Ship Served On:?tab?Pembroke I
Service Number:?tab?J4132 
COCKBURN, Robert (I12552)
 
119 (Research):?b?CHARGE OF MALICIOUSLY WOUNDING SYDNEY?/b?, Wednesday
At the Central Court to-day, William Francis Surridge (42), and Barbara Phyllis Surridge (35), were re manded until May 13 on a charge of having, on May 4, maliciously wounded Ernest Hoffman, who was found on a vacant allotment in Surry Hills on Monday night.

Singleton Argus, Wednesday 6 May 1942


?b?FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER DEATH SENTENCE ON TWO MEN AND A WOMAN?/b?

At Central Criminal Court, Sydney, on Saturday afternoon, Barbara Phyllis Surridge, 35, her husband, William Francis Surridge, 41, labourer, and James Harris, 32, sheetmetal worker were found guilty of the murder of Ernest Hoffmann, 56, chef at the Royal Sydney Golf Club. They were sentenced to death by Mr Justice Davidson. Hoffman was found on May 4 and died on May 20. It was alleged he had been assaulted in a house in Langley Street, Darlinghurst, and carried outside and dumped in an allotment. Before sentence was passed, Barbara Surridge declared her innocence. William Surridge said he had been framed. Not one of the accused flinched when the jury, after retiring for two hours, pronounced them guilty. James Harris, one of the condemned, standing erect in the dock, faced police witnesses and said passionately: "You are lying. May God strike you dead."

Singleton Argus, Monday 13 July 1942

?b?
COMMUTATION OF DEATH SENTENCES

?/b?The State Cabinet on Monday commuted to penal servitude for life the sentence of death passed on Barbara Phyliss Surridge, William Francis Surridge, and James Harris for the murder in East Sydney on May 4 of a Swiss named Ernest Hofman, who was employed as a chef at the Royal Sydney Golf Club.

Singleton Argus, Wednesday 16 December 1942


?b?Murderess Offered Trip To England?/b?

Sydney'97Mrs. Eric Parsons (Tilly Divine ) has offered to shout a murderess a trip to England if the Attorney-General (Mr. Martin) will release her on parole.

The murderess is Mrs. Barbara Phyllis Surridge, 45, a friend of Tilly Devine, who has served 10 years of a life sentence.

With her husband, William Francis Surridge, she was sentenced to death in July, 1942, for the murder at Surry Hills of a 56-year-old Royal Sydney Golf Club chef. Sentence was later commuted to life.

Tilly Devine, through her solicitor Mr. Harold Munro has petitioned the Attorney-General for Mrs. Surridge's release. She has told the Attorney-General that she and her husband have booked passages to England in January next year. If Mrs. Surridge is paroled Parsons will forfeit his passage so that Mrs. Surridge can travel with Mrs. Parsons.

Barrier Miner, Tuesday 26 August 1952 
GLOVER, Barbara Phyllis (I13598)
 
120 (Research):?b?Transcription of text in document?/b?
Out-Ging Pasengers; Ship's Name: Letitia; Official Number: 133033; Steamship Line: Donaldson; Master's Name: Wm McNeill; Bound: St John N.B.; Date of Departure: 5th April 1913; Names and Descriptions of British Passengers Embarked at the Port of Glasgow; Contract Ticket No. 5780

J WOOD
Class: 3rd
Port at which Passengers have contracted to land: St John NB
Occupation: Farm hand
Not Accompanied by husband or wife
Age: 17
Country of Last Permanent Residence: Scotland
Country of Future Intended Permanent Residence: Canada 
WOOD, James (I14438)
 
121 (Research):?i? ?b? Funeral notice in Newcastle Morning Herald 19 Sept. 1942.?/b?"PITTS- The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs Edwin SUTTON and family, Mr. John PITTS and family, Mr. and Mrs Michael PITTS and family, the late Henry LIMEBURNER family and the late James PITTS family are invited to attend the funeral of their late beloved brother, brother-in-law and uncle George PITTS to move from St. Pauls Church of England, Stockton this afternoon at 2.30 O'clock for the Church of England cemetery, Stockton."3"PITTS- The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley HOPKINS, Mr and Mrs Herbert CUMMINGS, Mr and Mrs Bernard BLANCH and Mr and Mrs Herbert PITTS and families are invited to attend the funeral of their late beloved father, father-in-law and grandfather George PITTS etc."3"PITTS- The relatives and friends of Mrs Hannah DAWSON, Mr. Joseph COX, Mr and Mrs Thomas COX, Mr and Mrs Peter McLEAN, Mr and Mrs John COULTER, Mrs Ernest MAHER, Mr. and Mrs Henry COX, Mr and Mrs Colin McLEAN, the WILLIAMS family and Mrs Susana COX and their families are invited to attend the funeral of their late brother-in law and uncle George PITTS etc" PITTS, George (I938)
 
122 (Research):?i?ARRIVAL: 14 Feb 1926 on board "Bendigo"?/i? MAINPRIZE, Clara Annie (I4275)
 
123 (Research):?i?ARRIVAL: 9 April 1855 on board "Speedy". Departed Southampton 5 January 1855, at the age of 1 year old with his parents. ?/i? SUTTON, Adnet James (I1815)
 
124 (Research):?i?ARRIVAL: 9 April 1855 on board "Speedy". Departed Southampton 5 January 1855. The SMO recor ds show the "Speedy" of Liverpool was 1031 tons burthen and sailed out of Southampton. They were bounty immigrants and he got one pound for coming. He was sponsored by John Smith of Maitland and the cost to Smith was 6 pounds.?/i?

?i?SUTTON Adnet 1 and family Speedy 1855 2137, 2471SUTTON David 29 and family Speedy 1855 2137, 2471 SUTTON Eliza 22 and family Speedy 1855 2137, 2471?/i? 
SUTTON, David Adnet (I1806)
 
125 (Research):?i?Enlisted in the Royal Regiment of Artillery on the 31 dec 1852, at Aston in the county of Salop. Aged 18, Trade Labourer, Hight 5' 6 1/4", Complex Fair, Eyes Blue, Hair Fair. Served Abroad - Crimean War 30 Sep 1854 to 19 Jul 1856, wounded at Sebastopol 22 Oct 1854, Distingushed himself at Inkerman and Sebastopol. Discharged Jersey Channel Isle on the 25 Aor 1874.

Occupation: 1881 census, Coachman.?/i? 
SIMS, Henry (I147)
 
126 (Research):?i?Has 3 children spouse unknown.?/i? RICHARDS, Gail Maree (I4181)
 
127 (Research):Also used Isobel on some of the childrens birth records. YOUNG, Elizabeth (I29740)
 
128 (Research):Arrived San Francisco, California on the 12 Jan 1947, aboard the "Parrakoola" from Adelaide, Australia.
Departed London England 20 Dec 1951 on the ?i?"Strathmore"?/i? (Master CE Pollitt) 
LAWRENCE, Lady Eva Trayhurn (I12285)
 
129 (Research):At the time of Alexanders baptism, John and his family where living in Akeld, which is in the Kirk-Newton Parish. Kirk-Newton is bounded on the north by the parishes of Ford, Carham and Branxton, on the west by Scotland, on the south by Coquetdale Ward, and on the east by Doddington and Wooler parishes. It comprises the townships of Akeld, Coldsmouth and Thompson's Walls, Coupland, Crookhouse, Grey's Forest, Heathpool, Howtell, Killiam, Kirk Newton, Lanton, Milfield, Newton West, Paston, Selby's Forest, and Yeavering whose united area is 37,976 acres. FRATER, John (I577)
 
130 (Research):Children Janice and Michael CHAMBERLAIN, Cassandra (I21324)
 
131 (Research):Children Kylie and Charmain CHAMBERLAIN, Wade (I21326)
 
132 (Research):Children Nicole and Katie BEBBER, Leo (I21335)
 
133 (Research):Contact with Christine on 2nd Jan 2012. WHALAN, Christina Arnell (I1506)
 
134 (Research):Daugters Christine, Harriet, Ann, and Florence all placed in Industrial School (Police Court Ordered) 28 September 1894 FRASER, Christina (I6859)
 
135 (Research):deceased by 1986 of Brisbane ROBERTS, Sidney E F (I7684)
 
136 (Research):Departure Date:?tab?10 Jan 1950
Port of Departure:?tab?Liverpool, England
Destination Port:?tab?Sydney, Australia
Ship Name:?tab?Georgic
Shipping line:?tab?P and O
Official Number:?tab?74967 
FRATER, Irene (I30745)
 
137 (Research):Departure Date:?tab?10 Jan 1950
Port of Departure:?tab?Liverpool, England
Destination Port:?tab?Sydney, Australia
Ship Name:?tab?Georgic
Shipping line:?tab?P and O
Official Number:?tab?74967 
PIKE, Frank (I30746)
 
138 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I30747)
 
139 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I30749)
 
140 (Research):Documents also found in Isabella Isabell Isabel and Elizabeth and in the surnames of Harvey Hervey and Herby.
In medieval times ?i?Elizabeth?/i? was often rendered as ?i?Isobel?/i? and this interchangeability, including the many variants of both names, still persists, at least throughout Scotland. 
HARVEY, Isobel (Eliz) Isabella (I7446)
 
141 (Research):First name(s)?tab?Jane
Last name?tab?Frater
Role?tab?Pursuer
Year?tab?1895
Decree date?tab?25 February 1895
Court?tab?Kirkcudbright
Child's sex?tab?Male
Child's birth date?tab?1 April 1893
Defender's first name(s)?tab?John
Defender's last name?tab?Brown
Defender's occupation?tab?Gamekeeper
Defender's residence?tab?Balmae, Kirkcudbright
Pursuer's first name(s)?tab?Jane
Pursuer's last name?tab?Frater
Pursuer's occupation?tab?Domestic Servant
Pursuer's residence?tab?Mains of Greenlaw, Castle Douglas
County?tab?Kirkcudbrightshire
Country?tab?Scotland
Archive?tab?National Records of Scotland
Archive reference?tab?SC16/7/17 p18
Record set?tab?Scotland, Paternity Decrees 1750-1922
Category?tab?Institutions & organisations
Subcategory?tab?Courts & Legal
Collections from?tab?Scotland, Great Britain 
FRATER, Alexander (I7707)
 
142 (Research):GEORGE FRATER AND CO.KIRKBRIDE, CARRUTHERS OF AYRES QUAY, SUNDERLAND

Reuben Charlton, in a guestbook message in late Jul. 2011, refers to George Frater & his partners having built ships at Ayres Quay. The firm was in business, apparently, for about a decade, from 1830 to 1841 when the firm went bankrupt. Reuben indicates that George Frater was his great great grandfather & that the James W. Corder Manuscripts contain detail about a number of the ships that the firm built.

'George Frater & Co.' would seem to have built about 7,200 tons of ship construction, which would then have comprised roughly 20 ships.

Reuben has now kindly provided extracts of the 'George Frater and Co. - Ayres Quay' pages of the Corder Manuscripts. The extracts list 17 vessels 'from the Custom House Records' & there may well be additional vessels not 'Corder' listed. Reuben has also provided additional biographical data & data about the bankruptcy of 'George Frater & Co', on April 7, 1841. From such data & from other sources, the following would seem to summarize what the webmaster understands to be the history:-

In 1824, George Frater, with I am advised 7 partners, were building ships at Ayres Quay. George was likely a junior partner since the firm would seem to have been known as 'Kirkbride, Carruthers'. His partners would have included Kirkbride, Ralph Todd, John Marrington & presumably also Carruthers. In 1830, that 1924 partnership came to an end, & three of the partners continued to build ships at Ayres Quay, namely George Frater, Ralph Todd, & John Marrington, in business, it would appear, as 'George Frater and Co.' In 1838 Ralph Todd left the partnership. The remaining partners, i.e. George Frater & John Marrington, carried on the business. There was a slump, Reuben advises, in 1840 & on Apl. 7, 1841 'Frater and Company' went bankrupt. As you can read here.

Reuben adds that George Frater married Christiana Todd, a daughter of Ralph Todd. The Ralph Todd in the partnership may accordingly have been Frater's father-in-law or brother-in-law. John Marrington, it would seem, was born in 1792, & was initially a keelman. He married Elizabeth Donnison & in the Sunderland Holy Trinity parish registers in 1844, at the time of the baptism of a son, he is stated to be a river pilot. His new career, it would seem, after the 1841 bankruptcy. In the 1851 census he was stated to be a Trinity House pensioner, at age 59.

The ships built by George Frater & Co.? Note that re a few of the ships, I have amended the Corder data (sorry Mr. Corder!) based upon the data contained in two available editions of Lloyd's Register (ex Google Books) - those re 1836/37 & 1842/43. Such registers seem most likely to be accurate data sources.

Vessels by year of first registry:- 1831, Eleanor, 1832 Manico, 1833 Comet, 1834 George Marsden, Vigilant, 1835 Duchess of Kent, Prince George, Princess Victoria, 1836 Leadbitter, Sarah Nicholsen, 1838 England, Rainbow, 1839 Lady Williamson, Messenger, 1840 Eleanor, Minstrel

I have not included Dodine, stated by Corder to have been built in 1839, since I can at present not find the vessel listed in Lloyd's Register.

Hopefully we can soon list in detail re more of the above vessels, with such data as is WWW available.
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Year Built ?tab?O.N?tab?Vessel Name ?tab?Builder ?tab?Yard No ?tab?Vessel Type ?tab?Propulsion
1835 ?tab? ?tab?DUCHESS OF KENT ?tab?G Frater & Co ?tab??tab?Cargo ?tab?Sailing Vessel
1835 ?tab?25480?tab?PRINCE GEORGE ?tab?G Frater & Co ?tab??tab?Cargo?tab?Sailing Vessel
1835 ?tab?22894 ?tab?PRINCESS VICTORIA ?tab?G Frater & Co ?tab??tab?Cargo ?tab?Sailing Vessel 
FRATER, George (I31164)
 
143 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7635)
 
144 (Research):In one community at least in this state can it be said that the faithful performance of public duty is appreciated and rewarded. John Taylor Frater, of Brainerd, is serving his fourth term as county treasurer of Crow Wing County. Mr. Frater is of Scotch descent on both sides of the family line. His grandfather, George Frater, was born in Roxburghshire Scotland, and came to America in 1818, locating in Wood County, Virginia. Subsequently he removed to Harrison County, Ohio. His business was that of farming and stock raising. He was an ardent anti-slavery advocate, and active in what was known as the underground railroad service. No fugitive slave ever applied at his "station" without receiving shelter and assistance to the next place of safety. John Taylor, grandfather of the subject of this sketch on the other side of the family line, was also a native of Roxburghshire, Scotland, and came to America in 1819, settling in Livingston County, New York, but subsequently removed to Wood County, Virginia. Mr. Frater holds the good name of his ancestors in high respect, and takes just pride in their sturdy character and homely virtues. John Taylor Frater was born April 19, 1848, on a farm near Uniontown, Belmont County, Ohio. His early educational advantages were very meagre, consisting of a country school, and much of the time only three months in the year. The year 1869 he spent in the preparatory course in the Ohio Central College at Iberia, Ohio, but left there just when he got fairly started because of lack of means. Subsequently he took a course in bookkeeping in Duff's Commercial College at Pittsburgh. He first taught school in the winter of 1870 and 1871, by which he earned the first money he ever possessed as a result of his own efforts, and by this means accumulated about $400, which he spent on his education. In 1875 he went into a grocery business in Iberia, and continued it with moderate success for about five years. In 1881 Mr. Frater came to Minnesota, arriving in December, and locating at Brainerd, where he has been a resident since that time. He came West believing that there was better opportunity for young men here than in his native state. His first business connections were with the Northern Pacific Railroad Company as clerk for the chief road-master, and he was employed by the company until November 1, 1883, at which time to force of employees was greatly reduced. He then secured a situation as a bookkeeper and held it for five years, until June 1, 1889, when he was elected to the office of county treasurer, which position he has held continuously, having been elected four times, the last three elections without opposition. It is needless to say that Mr. Frater is a Republican, and is an active worker for his party's success. He has been honored by his fellow Republicans with numerous elections to important local and state conventions. Mr. Frater is president of the Republican League Club, has recently been elected chairman of the Republican county committee, is a member of the Masonic fraternity and the Knights of Pythias. He is not a member, but is an attendant and supporter of the Congregational church. Mr. Frater was married October 14, 1874, to Miss Julia A. V. Myers of Iberia Ohio. (Progressive Men of Minnesota, Edited by Marion D. Shutter, D. D., and J. S. McLain, M. A., The Minneapolis Journal, Minneapolis, Minnesota: 1897; p. 53) FRATER, John Taylor (I29427)
 
145 (Research):Name: Charles Maitland Age: 22 Birth Year: abt 1852 Ship Name: Winefred Port of departure: London, England Port of arrival: Moreton Bay Arrival Date: 14 Jan 1874 MAITLAND, Charles (I16195)
 
146 (Research):Name: Elizabeth Maitland Age: 22 Birth Year: abt 1852 Ship Name: Winefred Port of departure: London, England Port of arrival: Moreton Bay Arrival Date: 14 Jan 1874 SEWELL, Elizabeth (I16190)
 
147 (Research):Name:?tab?Adam E McCulloch Cliff
Birth Date:?tab?abt 1891
Age:?tab?38
Port of Departure:?tab?Wellington, New Zealand
Arrival date:?tab?11 Jul 1929
Port of Arrival:?tab?Southampton, England
Ship Name:?tab?Tamaroa 
CLIFF, Adam Edward (I29016)
 
148 (Research):Name:?tab?Edward James Hawkins
Gender:?tab?Male
Race/Nationality:?tab?English
Age:?tab?18
Record Type:?tab?Manifests
Birth Date:?tab?abt 1907
Birth Country:?tab?England
Arrival date:?tab?26 Apr 1925
Port of Arrival:?tab?Quebec, Canada
Ship Name:?tab?Aurania
Residence Country:?tab?England
Line Number:?tab?19 
HAWKINS, Edward James (I29348)
 
149 (Research):Name:?tab?Eleanor W. Bowen
Last Residence:?tab?
49633 Fife Lake, Grand Traverse, Michigan
BORN:?tab?8 Mar 1915
Died:?tab?11 Nov 2005
State (Year) SSN issued:?tab?Michigan (Before 1951)
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Name:?tab?Eleanor W Bowen
Birth Date:?tab?8 Mar 1915
Address:?tab?80 Old Route 28, Ossipee, NH, 03864-7362 (1993)
[PO Box 243, Ossipee, NH, 03864-0243]
[80 Old Route 28, Ossipee, NH, 03864-7362 (1996)]
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BOWEN, Eleanor Wilberta (I29434)
 
150 (Research):Name:?tab?Geo Kinghorn
Discharge Age:?tab?19
Birth Date:?tab?abt 1785
Birth Place:?tab?Ednam Roxburgh
Discharge Year:?tab?1804
Regiment:?tab?Rl Horse 
KINGHORN, George (I29711)
 

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