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1 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1)
2  Lewis, Frances Gertrude (I32)
3  Lewis, Frances Gertrude (I32)
4  Lewis, Frances Gertrude (I32)
5  Bennett, Michael Job (Senior) (I2484)
6  Gillespie, William Albert (I2934)
7  Craig, George (I2932)
8  Coppell, Louisa (I2940)
9  Yeomans, William (I2992)
10  Yeomans, Thomas (I2993)
11  Source (S436)

Lee, Joseph (I253)

Witness Role: Witness Name: Henry Murray
Witness Role: Witness Name: Thomas Edward Giles Blewett
Witness Role: Minister Name: William Weston 
Family F874
McMahon, Mary Josephine (I10)
Couper, Robert (I157)
Couper, Robert (I157)
Couper, James (I238)
Sutherland, Barbara (I239)
Sutherland, Barbara (I239)
Couper, Margaret Anne (I1185)
Bennett, Catharine Sophia (I88)
Miles, Francis William John (I1573)
There was a George Spence, publican, son of George and Jane, who died at Clunes in Victoria in 1890. At first glance this information would seem to fit, especially as George's brother Thomas was also a publican in the area. However, the death certificate for George Spence who died in 1890 indicates that he was born in Crook, Durham, England which conflicts with the information known about George, brother of Thomas and Ann. Further research is needed to confirm or disprove that the two men are the same person. 
Spence, George (I2308)
24 2119/1922
Source Type: Index entry 
Source (S429)
25 5291/1911
Source Type: Index entry 
Source (S424)
26 Annie Elizabeth Sanders and her sister Frances Sanders appear in consecutive entries on the register
Source Type: Baptism Entry 
Source (S1175)
27 Class: RG11, Piece: 1333, Folio: 28, Page: 49, household 230
Source Type: Census image 
Source (S930)
28 in the household of Richard Darcy Darcy, Elisabeth (I2853)
29 "An inquest was held by Dr. Clendinning at the White Hart Hotel, on Wednesday, on the body of George Lee, aged 33, a native of Shropshire, who died in the Hospital on Tuesday. It appears from the evidence that deceased was a blacksmith, and was working at the foundry of Messrs R. Carter &.Co. On the 10th October he was working at an iron shaft weighing 21cwt., which was slung in
a crane in the usual manner. After some time it was found that an additional S-link was required in the suspending chain, and deceased made one of five-eights iron, although he was warned several times that it would not carry the weight. After working four or five hours longer the shaft fell and broke his leg and he was taken to the Hospital, where amputation was performed on 18th October. Sloughing and fever however, set in and caused death, and the jury returned a verdict in accordance with the facts as here given."

Lee, George (I252)
30 "CIFHS Transcriptions of Marriages of those with surnames beginning A-Z for the Parish of St Brelade, 1560 - 1842. N.B. after each alphabetical section in the transcriptions there is a section of "inconnu" (strangers) names beginning with that letter. These appear to be marriages where one or both partners were not resident in the parish."
Source Type: Transcript online 
Source (S1836)
31 "Contused" means an injury that doesn't break the skin, for example bruising. The hospital register doesn't indicate how he obtained the injury which lead to his 35 day hospital stay. Bennett, Henry Michael (I9)
32 "England and Wales, FreeBMD Marriage Index: 1837-1915", Belper, September quarter 1862, Vol 7b, p538
Source Type: Index entry 
Source (S833)
33 'Cephalagia' is the techical term for 'headache'. Her hospital record noted that she'd had a headache for nearly two years when she was admitted. She was discharged "cured" after 53 days in hospital. Bennett, Elizabeth Lucy (I89)
34 'senile decay' lasting two weeks Lee, John (I21)
35 (at 10:30pm) McKenzie, Anne (I1311)
36 (pay per view site) Repository (R19)
37 . RC "B" No 1327 Holzer, Louis Anton (I272)
38 038/0010 0505 Latheron
Source Type: Church Records Digitised Online 
Source (S390)
39 0596713 ('Parish register transcripts, 1571-1837' Church of England. All Saints Church, Leicester)
Source Type: IGI Entry - British Isles (EE 7.34) 
Source (S49)
40 083/000002
Source Type: Index entry 
Source (S386)
41 101135, "Quarterly returns of births in Ireland, 1864-1955", v16 1866, p589
Source Type: FamilySearch Beta Entry (EE 7.34) 
Source (S750)
42 101294, "Marriages v. 3 1848"
Source Type: FamilySearch Beta Entry (EE 7.34) 
Source (S749)
43 101397
Source Type: FamilySearch Beta Entry (EE 7.34) 
Source (S876)
44 102 (Western Australia)
Source Type: Index entry 
Source (S985)
45 1023
Source Type: Index entry 
Source (S877)
46 1041107 Parish registers for Tissington
Source Type: FamilySearch Historical Records Entry (EE 7.34) 
Source (S950)
47 10739/1907
Source Type: Index entry 
Source (S426)
48 1130907
Source Type: Index entry 
Source (S864)
49 13 King St, household 126 in schedule
Source Type: Census image 
Source (S458)
50 15093
Source Type: Death certificate 
Source (S381)

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