Frank Gordon Walsingham

Male 1890 - 1964  (74 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Frank Gordon Walsingham was born 1890, London Hampstead (son of Henry Walsingham and Kate Gaunt); died 14 Feb 1964, Aylesbury.

    Other Events:

    • Address: 1921 - 1940s; From an address book passed down via the Lincoln family to Marjorie Lincoln: 1921: Horticultural Section, Ministry of Agriculture, Giza, Mudiria, Egypt Other addresses but date uncertain: c/o Mr E.F. Newport, Saginaw Park, West Haglett Street, Miami, Florida Plant Introduction Gardens, Chapman Field, Coconut Grove, Florida (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chapman_Field_%28Miami%29 and http://www.ars-grin.gov/mia/Pages/Chapman/1957.htm ) Apartado 251, Soledad Cieufuegos, Cuba
    • Career: 1912 - 1956; 1912-13: Kew gardener 1913: Assistant Director of Horticulture, Egyptian Dept. of Agriculture. Collected plants in Egypt. 1932-56: Superintendent, Harvard University Gardens in Cienfuegas [From 'Dictionary of British & Irish Botanists and Horticulturalists', 1994]
    • Probate: 10 Apr 1964, London; WALSINGHAM Frank Gordon of 3 Steep Hill Cottages Loosley Row Aylesbury died 14 February 1964 Probate London 10 April to Barclays Bank Limited. 14225.


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Henry WalsinghamHenry Walsingham was born 2 Dec 1851, Ernest St, Saint Pancras, Marylebone, Middlesex; was christened 18 Jan 1852, St Pancras, Middlesex (son of Henry Walsingham and Richenda Lofty Whisson); died 25 Feb 1936.

    Other Events:

    • .: Hampstead; Henry and Kate were original members of the Hampstead Garden Suburb Free Church, located in Central Square with St Judes Church and Henrietta Barnett School nearby. Set up in 1910 it has been active in the community for over a century. https://hgsheritage.org.uk/Detail/collections/HGSFC20 https://hgsheritage.org.uk/Detail/objects/WW1-17
    • Career: 1884; Pork butcher (from marriage certificate)
    • Marriage: 1885
    • Census: 1891, 22 Adelaide Road, Hampstead; Henry Walsingham, Head, Married, 39, Pork Butcher, London St Pancras Kate Walsingham, Wife, Married, 36, London St Pancras John H Walsingham, Son, 5, London St Pancras Harold F Walsingham, Son, 5, London St Pancras Frank G Walsingham, Son, 11mo, London Hampstead Ethel Gaunt, Niece, Single, 16, Draper's Assistant, London Lambeth Ada Knight, Servant, Married, 23, General Servant, London Chelsea Sophia Causton, Servant, S, 67, Nurse, NK
    • Census: 1901, 60 Adelaide Road, Hampstead; Henry Walsingham, Head, M, 49, Pork Butcher, Employer, London St Pancras Kate Walsingham, Wife, M, 46, London St Pancras John H Walsingham, Son, S, 15, Scholar, London St Pancras Harold F Walsingham, Son, S, 15, Scholar, London St Pancras Frank G Walsingham, Son, S, 10, Scholar, London St Pancras Ethel G Gaunt, Niece, S, 26, Draper's Assistant, London Highgate Louisa M Burton, Servant, S, 23, General Servant, London St Pancras
    • Census: 1911, 19 Willifield Way, Hendon NW; Henry Walsingham, Head, 59, Married,. Retired Pork-butcher, London St Pancras Kate Walsingham, Wife, 56, Married 26 yrs, 3 children still living, London St Pancras Harold Francis Walsingham, Son, 25, Single, Commerical Traveller, Brass Founders, Worker, London St Pancras William Gaunt, Visitor, 66, Married, Retired Butcher, London St Pancras Jane Celia Gaunt, Visitor, 49, Married, London Wapping
    • Probate: 30 Mar 1936, London; WALSINGHAM Henry of 19 Willifield Way Golders Green Middlesex died 25 February 1936 Probate London 30 March to Harold Francis Walsingham exporters buyer. Effects 5109 14s.8d. Resworn 5010 16s.10d.

    Henry married Kate Gaunt 10 Jul 1884, St Paul's Church, St Pancras. Kate was born Apr-Jun 1854, Pancras district, London; died 24 Mar 1930, Wandsworth, London. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Kate GauntKate Gaunt was born Apr-Jun 1854, Pancras district, London; died 24 Mar 1930, Wandsworth, London.

    Other Events:

    • Marriage: 1885
    • Census: 1911, 19 Willifield Way, Hendon NW; Henry Walsingham, Head, 59, Married,. Retire Pork-butcher, London St Pancras Kate Walsingham, Wife, 56, Married 26 yrs, 3 children still living, London St Pancras Harold Francis Walsingham, Son, 25, Single, Commerical Traveller, Brass Founders, Worker, London St Pancras William Gaunt, Visitor, 66, Married, Retired Butcher, London St Pancras Jane Celia Gaunt, Visitor, 49, Married, London Wapping
    • Probate: 12 May 1930, London; WALSINGHAM Kate of 19 Willifield Way Golders Green Middlesex (wife of Henry Walsingham) died 24 March 1930 at Springfield Mental Hospital Beechcroft-road Tooting Surrey Administration London 12 May to the said Henry Walsingham and Harold Francis Walsingham esquires. Effects 1209 15s. 6d.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Henry Walsingham, 32, Bachelor, Pork Butcher, 19 Marquis Road NW, Father Henry Walsingham Pork Butcher
    Kate Gaunt, 30, Spinster, 57 Bartholomew Road NW, Father John Gaunt (deceased) Pork Butcher
    Witnesses: William Gaunt, Harriet Gaunt

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    Children:
    1. Harold Francis Walsingham was born 1885, Pancras, London; died Oct - Dec 1969, Bullingdon, Oxfordshire.
    2. Sub-Lieut. John Henry Walsingham, RNR was born 1885, Pancras, London; died 6 May 1915, HMS Goliath, Dardenelles; was buried At sea with usual war honours, 4m due south of the Island of Teredos.
    3. 1. Frank Gordon Walsingham was born 1890, London Hampstead; died 14 Feb 1964, Aylesbury.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Henry Walsingham was born Circa 1821, Alcester, Warwickshire; was christened 8 Jul 1821, Alcester, Warwickshire (son of William Walsingham and Esther Lawrence); died 26 Jul 1868, 43 Ernest St, St Pancras, Middlesex; was buried 30 Jul 1868, Kensal Green All Souls, Kensington & Chelsea, Middlesex.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1851, 43, Ernest Street, Saint Pancras, Marylebone; WALSINGHAM, Henry Head Married M 30 1821 Pork Butcher, Alcester, Warwickshire WALSINGHAM, Richenda Wife Married F 29 1822 Barford, Norfolk WALSINGHAM, Richenda Daughter F 1 1850 St Pancras, Middlesex SAPEY, Mary Servant Unmarried F 19 1832 Servant Of All Work, Colton, Norfolk SEWELL, William Servant Unmarried M 24 1827 Manufacturing Man, Witchingham, Norfolk WEST, William Servant Unmarried M 15 1836 Errand Boy, Ealing, Middlesex -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Piece: 1493 Folio: 534 Page: 42 Registration District: Saint Pancras Civil Parish: Saint Pancras Municipal Borough: Marylebone Address: 43, Ernest Street, Saint Pancras, Marylebone County: Middlesex
    • Career: 1861, 43 Earnest Street; Pork butcher (from daughter Emily Lofty's baptism certificate)
    • Census: 1861, 43 Ernest Street, St Pancras; Henry Walsingham, Head, Mar, 40, Pork Butcher, Warwickshire Coughton Richenda Walsingham, Wife, Mar, 39, Norfolk Colton Henry Walsingham, Son, 9, Scholar, Middlesex St Pancras William Walsingham, Son, 6, Scholar, Middlesex St Pancras Mary Ann Walsingham, Dau, 1, Middlesex St Pancras James West, Servant, Un, 17, Shop Boy, Norfolk Winton (?) Harriet Gladdey, Servant, Un, 25, House Servant, Suffolk Washbrook Margaret Ann France, Servant, Un, 13, House Maid, Middlesex St Pancras Richenda Walsingham, Dau, Un, 11, Scholar, Middlesex St Pancras
    • Probate: 7 Nov 1868, Principal Registry; WALSINGHAM Henry. Effects under 3,000. Letters of Administration (with the Will annexed) of the Personal estate and effects of Henry Walsingham laste of 43 Ernest-street Regent's-Park in the County of Middlesex Pork Butcher a Widower deceased who died 26 July 1868 at 43 Ernest-street aforesaid were granted at the Principal Registry under the usual Limitations to Esther Walsingham of Coughton (near Redditch) in the County of Warwick the Grandmother and Guardian of Richenda Walsingham Spinster Henry Walsingham William Walsingham Mary Ann Walsingham Spinster and Emily Lofty Walsingham Spinster respectively Minors the Children and only Next of Kin of the said Deceased she the said Esther Walsingham having been first sworn.
    • Probate: 27 Feb 1873, Principal Registry; WALSINGHAM Henry. Effects under 3,000. Administration (with the Will) of the effects of Henry Walsingham late of 43 Ernest-street Regent's Park in the County of Middlesex Pork Butcher a Widower who died 26 July 1868 at 43 Ernest-street was granted at the Principal Registry to Henry Walsingham of 43 Ernest-street Pork Butcher the Son and one of the Next of Kin. The Administration (with Will) granted at the Principal Registry November 1868 having ceased and expired.

    Henry married Richenda Lofty Whisson 10 Jan 1847, St Pancras Church, Middlesex. Richenda (daughter of Jonathan Whisson and Elizabeth Lofty) was born 1822, Barford, Norfolk; was christened 13 Feb 1822, Barford, Norfolk; died 12 Dec 1865, 3 Surrey Street, Brighton; was buried 18 Dec 1865, Kensal Green All Souls, Kensington & Chelsea, Middlesex. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Richenda Lofty Whisson was born 1822, Barford, Norfolk; was christened 13 Feb 1822, Barford, Norfolk (daughter of Jonathan Whisson and Elizabeth Lofty); died 12 Dec 1865, 3 Surrey Street, Brighton; was buried 18 Dec 1865, Kensal Green All Souls, Kensington & Chelsea, Middlesex.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1841, Colton, Norfolk; WISSON, Jonathan M 45 1796 Norfolk WISSON, Elizabeth F 40 1801 Norfolk WISSON, Rechande F 15 1826 Norfolk WISSON, Elizabeth F 10 1831 Norfolk WISSON, Mary F 8 1833 Norfolk WISSON, Henry M 5 1836 Norfolk WISSON, Jonathan M 0 (8 months) 1841 Norfolk --------------------------------------------- Piece: 767 Book/Folio: 4 Page: 17 Registration District: Forehoe Civil Parish: Colton Address: Colton County: Norfolk
    • Marriage: 10 Jan 1847, St.Pancras Old Church, London; Henry Walsingham, Full age, Bachelor, Carpenter, Ernest Street, Father: William Walsingham, Carpenter Richenda Lofty Whisson, Full age, Spinster, Ernest Street, Father: Jonathan Whisson, Smith Witnesses: J. Dickman, S? Dickman.
    • Census: 1851, 43, Ernest Street, Saint Pancras, Marylebone; WALSINGHAM, Henry Head Married M 30 1821 Pork Butcher, Alcester, Warwickshire WALSINGHAM, Richenda Wife Married F 29 1822 Basford, Norfolk WALSINGHAM, Richenda Daughter F 1 1850 St Pancras, Middlesex SAPEY, Mary Servant Unmarried F 19 1832 Servant Of All Work, Colton, Norfolk SEWELL, William Servant Unmarried M 24 1827 Manufacturing Man, Witchingham, Norfolk WEST, William Servant Unmarried M 15 1836 Errand Boy, Ealing, Middlesex -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Piece: 1493 Folio: 534 Page: 42 Registration District: Saint Pancras Civil Parish: Saint Pancras Municipal Borough: Marylebone Address: 43, Ernest Street, Saint Pancras, Marylebone County: Middlesex

    Notes:

    Christened:
    https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-14264-4072-20?cc=1823613&wc=M947-DH1:n1075018523

    Original

    Children:
    1. Richenda Walsingham was born 31 Jan 1850, St Pancras, Middlesex; was christened 3 Mar 1850, St Pancras, Middlesex; died Oct - Dec 1925, Honiton, Devon.
    2. 2. Henry Walsingham was born 2 Dec 1851, Ernest St, Saint Pancras, Marylebone, Middlesex; was christened 18 Jan 1852, St Pancras, Middlesex; died 25 Feb 1936.
    3. William Walsingham was born 1854, St Pancras, Middlesex; was christened 1 Oct 1854, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    4. Louisa Elizabeth Walsingham was born 1856, St Pancras, Middlesex; was christened 15 Aug 1856, St Pancras, Middlesex; died Jun 1857, 43 Ernest St, Regents Park, St Pancras, Middlesex; was buried 25 Jun 1857, Kensal Green All Souls, Kensington & Chelsea, London.
    5. Mary Ann Walsingham was born 1859, St Pancras, Middlesex; was christened 8 Sep 1859, St Pancras, Middlesex; died Oct - Dec 1937, Honiton, Devon.
    6. Emily Lofty Walsingham was born 8 Jul 1861, St Pancras, Middlesex; was christened 8 Aug 1861, St Pancras, Middlesex; died Jan - Mar 1939, Honiton, Devon.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  William Walsingham was born Circa 1794, Coughton, Warwickshire; was christened 1 Jun 1794, Coughton, Warwickshire (son of John Walsingham and Sarah Chatterway); died 1864; was buried 8 Jun 1864, Coughton, Warwickshire.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1841, Parish of Coughton, Warwick; William Walsingham, 47, Carpenter Esther Walsingham, 49 Henry Walsingham, 21 Louisa Walsingham, 17 All born in same county (Warwickshire)
    • Census: 1851, Coughton, Warwickshire; William Walsingham, Head, Mar, 56, Carpenter, born Warwick Coughton Esther Walsingham, Wife, Mar, 57, born Warwick Stratford on Avon Louisa Walsingham, Dau, Un, 25, born Warwick Coughton
    • Census: 1861, 42 Coughton Lane; William Walsingham, Head, Mar, 66, Carpenter, Warwick Coughton Esther Walsingham, Wife, Mar, 69, Warwick Stratford on Avon

    William married Esther Lawrence 21 Oct 1818, St Martin, Birmingham, Warwickshire.. Esther was born 1791 or 1792, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire; died 1872, Coughton, Warwick; was buried 1 Feb 1872, Coughton, Warwick. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Esther Lawrence was born 1791 or 1792, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire; died 1872, Coughton, Warwick; was buried 1 Feb 1872, Coughton, Warwick.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1871, Alms House, Coughton; Esther Walsingham, Head, Widow, 79, Warwick Stratford on Avon

    Children:
    1. 4. Henry Walsingham was born Circa 1821, Alcester, Warwickshire; was christened 8 Jul 1821, Alcester, Warwickshire; died 26 Jul 1868, 43 Ernest St, St Pancras, Middlesex; was buried 30 Jul 1868, Kensal Green All Souls, Kensington & Chelsea, Middlesex.
    2. Louisa Walsingham was christened 30 Jan 1825, Parish of Coughton, Warwickshire; was buried 11 Dec 1856, Parish of Coughton, Warwickshire.

  3. 10.  Jonathan Whisson was born 1794, Barnham Broome, Norfolk; was christened 1794, Colton Parish Church (son of Henry Whisson and Mary Wright); died 1 Jan 1871, Colton, Norfolk; was buried 5 Jan 1871, Colton, Norfolk.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1841, Colton, Norfolk; WISSON, Jonathan M 45 1796 Norfolk WISSON, Elizabeth F 40 1801 Norfolk WISSON, Rechande F 15 1826 Norfolk WISSON, Elizabeth F 10 1831 Norfolk WISSON, Mary F 8 1833 Norfolk WISSON, Henry M 5 1836 Norfolk WISSON, Jonathan M 0 (8 months) 1841 Norfolk -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Piece: 767 Book/Folio: 4 Page: 17 Registration District: Forehoe Civil Parish: Colton Address: Colton County: Norfolk
    • Census: 1851, Colton, Norfolk; WHISSON, Jonathan Head Married M 57 Farmer, Colton, Norfolk WHISSON, Elizabeth Wife Married F 53 School Mistress, Hethersett, Norfolk WHISSON, Elizabeth Daughter Unmarried F 20 Organanist, Barford, Norfolk WHISSON, Henry Son Unmarried M 14 Scholar, Colton, Norfolk -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Piece: 1817 Folio: 92 Page: 11 Registration District: Forehoe Civil Parish: Colton Address: Colton Street, Colton County: Norfolk
    • Career: 1854, Colton, Norfolk; Farmer and blacksmith from Barnham Broome.
    • Census: 1861, Colton, Norfolk; Norwich Road, Colton, Norfolk Jonathan Whisson, Head, Widower, 67yrs, Formerly a Blacksmith, Colton Elizabeth Lofty Whisson, daughter, Unm, 30yrs, Organist, Barford

    Notes:

    Christened:
    http://www.doun.org/transcriptions/documents.php?district_id=&document_id=37063

    This Christening is only a possible.

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    Jonathan married Elizabeth Lofty 15 Sep 1818, Barford, Norfolk. Elizabeth (daughter of Wright Lofty and Elizabeth Parker) was born 1797, Hethersett, Norfolk; was christened 26 Mar 1797, St Remigius, Hethersett, Norfolk; died 26 Oct 1860, Colton, Norfolk; was buried 31 Oct 1860, Colton, Norfolk. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Elizabeth Lofty was born 1797, Hethersett, Norfolk; was christened 26 Mar 1797, St Remigius, Hethersett, Norfolk (daughter of Wright Lofty and Elizabeth Parker); died 26 Oct 1860, Colton, Norfolk; was buried 31 Oct 1860, Colton, Norfolk.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1841, Colton, Norfolk; WISSON, Jonathan M 45 1796 Norfolk WISSON, Elizabeth F 40 1801 Norfolk WISSON, Rechande F 15 1826 Norfolk WISSON, Elizabeth F 10 1831 Norfolk WISSON, Mary F 8 1833 Norfolk WISSON, Henry M 5 1836 Norfolk WISSON, Jonathan M 0 (8 months) 1841 Norfolk -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Piece: 767 Book/Folio: 4 Page: 17 Registration District: Forehoe Civil Parish: Colton Address: Colton County: Norfolk
    • Census: 1851, Colton, Norfolk; WHISSON, Jonathan Head Married M 57 Farmer, Colton, Norfolk WHISSON, Elizabeth Wife Married F 53 School Mistress, Hethersett, Norfolk WHISSON, Elizabeth Lofty, Daughter Unmarried F 20 Organanist, Barford, Norfolk WHISSON, Henry Son Unmarried M 14 Scholar, Colton, Norfolk ------------------------------------------------------- Piece: 1817 Folio: 92 Page: 11 Registration District: Forehoe Civil Parish: Colton Address: Colton Street, Colton County: Norfolk
    • Vocation: 1854, Colton, Norfolk; Norfolk - Colton Francis White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory, of Norfolk 1854, p. 469 [Complete entry. Transcription Copyright A.J. Carter, September 2004] COLTON, a pleasant village 8 miles W. of Norwich, has in its parish 56 houses, 241 souls, and 900 acres of land, the property of Capt. Ives, and J. Daveney, Esq., but forming part of the manor of Costessey. The Church, dedicated to St. Andrew, has been new roofed, thoroughly repaired in the interior, and all the windows beautified with stained glass, by John Daveney, Esq., at an expense of 300. The reparations were completed in 1852, and it is now considered one of the most beautiful churches in the county. There are several ancient monuments and tablets to the Daveney family. The rectory, valued in the King's books at 6 9s. 6d., and in 1831, at 365, was augmented in 1728 with 200, Queen Anne's bounty. The patronage is in the Crown. Rev. Henry Girdlestone is the incumbent, and Rev. Henry Daveney, officiating curate. A house and 3 acres of land in Colton, and 2 acres in Barnham Broom, let for about 3 a year, were purchased with 60, left by the Rev. Henry Rix, in 1726; of the rent, 13s. 4d. is paid for land tax ; 1 11s. for a fee farm rent; 10s. expended in bread; 10s. for a sermon, and 1s. to the clerk ; the residue is applied towards the support of a school, the teacher of which has 5 a year, left by Eliz. Brown, in 1732; 5 from the National Society, and a few pounds yearly, raised by voluntary subscriptions. The poor have 20s. a year, left by Jas. Scaborne in 1704. The Fuel allotment, 10 acres, awarded at the enclosure in 1801, is let for 17 5s. a year, and distributed in coals. DIRECTORY : Thos. Bales, cattle dealer & vict., Blackamoor; Rev. Henry Daveney, curate; Edwd. Dobbs, wheelwright; Chpr. Donel & Geo. Grand, shoemakers; Wm. Norton, bricklayer; Rbt. Tuck, beerhouse ; Elizabeth Whisson, school; Jonth. Whisson, blacksmith. Farmers : Saml. Beaumont, Malthouse; John Daveney, William Lynn, Up Farm ; Henry Melton, (and butcher,) and Robt. Symonds. Transcription Copyright A.J. Carter, September 2004
    • Occupation: 1854, Colton, Norfolk; School Mistress

    Notes:

    Christened:
    County Norfolk
    Place Hethersett
    Church St Remigius At
    RegisterNumber
    DateOfBirth
    BaptismDate 26 Mar 1797
    Forename Elizabeth
    Sex F
    FatherForename Wright
    MotherForename Elizabeth
    FatherSurname LOFTY
    MotherSurname PARKER
    Abode
    FatherOccupation
    Notes
    FileNumber 8125

    Died:
    WHISSON.
    On the 26th ult., much respected and deeply lamented, aged 63, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr. Jonathan Whisson, of Colton, who was upwards of 40 years schoolmistress in that and the adjoining village of Barford.
    Norfolk News, Saturday, 10th November 1860

    Notes:

    Married:
    https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-14263-28617-84?cc=1823613&wc=M947-DHV:1138741172

    Children:
    1. Richander Lofty Whisson was born 7 Oct 1818, Norfolk; was christened 7 Feb 1819, Barford, Norfolk; died Jun 1819, Barford, Norfolk; was buried 16 Jun 1819, Barford, Norfolk.
    2. Jonathan Whisson was born 1820, Barford, Norfolk; was christened 12 Nov 1820, Barford, Norfolk; died 19 Nov 1820, Barford, Norfolk; was buried 19 Nov 1820, Barford, Norfolk.
    3. 5. Richenda Lofty Whisson was born 1822, Barford, Norfolk; was christened 13 Feb 1822, Barford, Norfolk; died 12 Dec 1865, 3 Surrey Street, Brighton; was buried 18 Dec 1865, Kensal Green All Souls, Kensington & Chelsea, Middlesex.
    4. Ann Lofty Whisson was born 12 May 1824, Barford, Norfolk; was christened 4 Jul 1824, Barford, Norfolk; died 21 Mar 1888, Strathalbyn, South Australia.
    5. Elizabeth Lofty Whisson was born 1830, Barford, Norfolk; was christened 31 Oct 1830, Barford, Norfolk; died 13 Aug 1896, King's Lynn, Norfolk.
    6. Marianne Whisson was born 28 Apr 1833, Colton, Norfolk; was christened 26 May 1833, Colton Parish Church; died 27 Jan 1880, Hethersett, Norfolk; was buried Aft 27 Jan 1880, Hethersett, Norfolk.
    7. Henry Whisson was born 1 May 1836, Colton, Norfolk; was christened 1836, Colton Parish Church.
    8. Jonathan Whisson was born 20 Aug 1840, Colton, Norfolk; died 1841, Colton, Norfolk.


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