Monday, 25 September 2017

Yesterday


Yesterday
by Hugh Chesterman


Where have you gone to, Yesterday,
And why did you have to go?
I've been wondering all the day,
And nobody seems to know.

Say, is it true that you've journeyed far,
Over the hills to Spain,
And no one to see which road you took
Nor call you back again?

Sunday, 24 September 2017

A Rhyme Sheet of Other Lands


A Rhyme Sheet of Other Lands
by Hugh Chesterman


The Japanese have funny things
For dinner, so they say;
The tails of fish and dragon's wings
Are eaten every day.

Of all the men who search for gold,
Some find as much of it
As both their restless hands can hold,
And others ne'er a bit.

I think this picture here shall be
The famous river Nile
And, lying near the bank, you see
The curious crocodile.

The Greeks of old were wise and skilled,
What wonders they could do!
What towns and temples they could build,
And stately houses, too!

Now every child in China knows
The way to spell and write with speed;
From right to left the writing goes—
It must be very hard indeed!

I'd love to go to Switzerland,
Although the air is colder:
There's little doubt that it's a land
I'll go to when I'm older.

Saturday, 23 September 2017

susan slattain

Name: Susan Slattain
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1851
Event Place: Saint Pancras, Middlesex, England
Registration District: Saint Pancras
Residence Note: Hawley Crescent
Gender: Female
Age: 24
Marital Status: Unmarried
Occupation: Draper Assistant
Relationship to Head of Household: Sister In Law
Institution:
Birth Date:
Birth Year (Estimated): 1827
Birthplace: St Luke'S, Middlesex
Page Number: 14
Household ID: 713478
Line Number: 8
Registration Number: HO107
Piece/Folio: 1497 / 11
Affiliate Record Type: Household
Digital Folder Number: 101796355
Image Number: 00026


Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
John Kesson Head M 37 Scotland
Maria Kesson Wife F 42 St Luke'S, Middlesex
Maria Kesson Daughter F 13 Islington, Middlesex
Lucy Kesson Daughter F 9 St Pancras, Middlesex
Henry G Kesson Son M 7 St Pancras, Middlesex
Arnold Kesson Son M 2 St Pancras, Middlesex
Jessie Kesson Daughter F 0 St Pancras, Middlesex
Susan Slattain Sister In Law F 24 St Luke'S, Middlesex



Friday, 22 September 2017

medical news

April 8, 1876. MEDICAL NEWS. ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF ENGLAND.-The following gentlemen passed their primary examinations in anatomy and physiology at a meeting of the Board of Examiners on the 3rd instant; and, when eligible, will be admitted to the pass-examination. Messrs. Warwick L. Child, Charles R. Graham, Alfred E. Chambers, and Hector Leak, students of the Manchester School; Thomas L. Hall, Samuel A. Welch, George J. Lloyd, and Alfred Swann, of the Birm.lingham School; John D. T. Reckitt, Percy Close, Edward C. Thompson, and Godfrey Carter, of the Leeds School ; Thomas H. Bickerton, Charles E. Steele, Thomas Ml. Porter, and William H. Owen, of the Liverpool School; Charles Mc J. Goyder, William J. Sweet, Thomas M. Young, and Joseph E. Gofton, of the Newcastle School; Henry L. Gilbert, William F. Scott, and Alex. D. Blackader, of the McGill School; Milton M. Tucker, and Donald B. Fraser, of the Toronto School Alfred Patron, of the Montpellier School; David WV. B. Wilkie, of the Melbourne School; Vere G. Webb, of the GlasgoNv School; Charles B. Carter, of St. George's Hospital Henry J. Skelding, of University College; and Wm. W. Edwardes, of St. Mlary's Hospital. At this meeting, the lately elected member of the Board, Mr. John Whitaker Hulke, F. R. S., took his seat as an examiner. The following gentlemen passed on the 4th instant. Messrs. Richard C. Birch, Arthur W. Cadman, Frederick Wilson, James Deakin, William F. Chadwick, John T. Faulkner, and John Hodgson, students of the Mar.chester School; L. Frederick Cox, Valenitine Matthews, and Charles E. Baddeley, of King's College; Leonard A. Hine, Albert S. McCausland, and Edward A. Fardon, of the Middlesex Hospital; Wm. M. Ball, and Wm. M. Batson, of St. Bartholomew's Hospital: Gordon B. WV. MIessum, and John F. Tabb, of Guy's Hospital; Richard Margerison, B.A.Cantab., and Frederick N. Ozanne, of St. George's Hospital; Robert P. Smith, and Mlark P. Ml. Collier, of St Thomas's Hospital ; Frederick B. Fisher, and John Ml. Atkinson, of the London Hospital; George H. Hetherington, and Henry Pearce, of St. Mary's Hospital; John H. Vinrace, of the Birmingham School; Wm. E. L. Batly, of the Liverpool School; Alfred A. Lendon, of University College; and Horace Elliott, of the Westminster Hospital. The following gentlemen passed on the 5th instant. Messrs. Charles J. Bamber, George H. Patterson, Newcome W. Bourns, Albert W. Graham, Charles J. Vlieland, Charles B. Lockwood, and George W. P. Dennys, students of St. Bartholomew's Hospital; John S. Hall, William E. Woodman, Henry J. Michael, George A. Macdonald, John Shaw, and Hutton Castle, of St. Thomas's Hospital; Marmaduke J. Hart, Edward J. Morlev, Thomas XV. Fuller, Robert Parry, and Alfred E. Mlaylard, of Guy's Hospital ; James S. N. Boyd, and Bilton Pollard, of University College; Edwvd. Jennings, and Wm. A. Shann, of St. George's Hospital: Morton A. Smale, of St. 'Mary's Hospital; John M. D. Stewart, of the Aliddlesex Hospital; and George A. Batchelor, of the London Hospital. APOTHECARIES' HALL. -The following gentlemen passed their examination in the science and practice of medicine, and received certificates to practise, on Thursday, March 30th, 1876. Berdoe, Edward, 56, Victoria Park Road Boodle, George Adolphus, St. George's Road, St. John's Wood Casson, Herbert James, St. Bartholomew's Hospital Clark, John George, West Hartlepool Griffiths, Gilbert Saunders, Argyll Road, Kensington Prideaux, Thomas Engledue Pegamus, Blackheath Sellon, John William Gore, Budleigh Salterton, Devon Smith, William Henry, Sibsey, Lincolnshire Stelfox, John Brideoake, Middleton, near Manichester Thompson, Edmund John, Appleby Magna, Leicester The following gentlemen also on the same day passed their primary professional examination. Brown, John Alexander, King's College Gamble, Ernest Langwith G., St. Thomas's Hospital Hawkins, Cresar Frederick, London Hospital Keer, John Cordy, Guy's Hospital 

Thursday, 21 September 2017

Saint Johns lodge New Brunswick

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE SAINT JOHN MASONIC TEMPLE

From the time that the Grand Lodge of New Brunswick was formed in 1867 the objective of erecting a Masonic edifice in the City of Saint John remained in the forefront. In 1869 a committee consisting of Robert Marshall and James McNichol Jr. were appointed to identify a suitable location to erect the new building.

The first location identified was the property belonging to the grammar school located at the corner of Horsfield and Germain Streets. Unable to reach a suitable agreement, negotiations were commenced with Mr. James Thomas to purchase property on Germain Street belonging to Mr. E. A. Wiggins at a cost of $8,000.00. As negotiations progressed it was discovered that the dimensions of the property that had been represented were incorrect and negotiations ceased. Finally in January of 1872 successful negotiations were completed to purchase two properties adjacent to Trinity Church at a cost of $18,000.00. The properties, which had an aggregate measurement of 100 feet by 200 feet, had belonged to the late Benjamin Smith.

The properties in question had originally been granted to Loyalists James Horsfield and Thomas Lester.

As the Board of General Purposes was simply acting on behalf of the fraternity, the property thus purchased was transferred to a company that had been incorporated by an act of legislature in which the Grand Lodge of New Brunswick and the city lodges were shareholders. The company was known as the New Brunswick Masonic Hall Company with John V. Ellis as President. The capital stock of the company was $100,000.00 divided into 5000 shares at a value of $20.00 each.

When the property was purchased nearly the whole area of the two lots was covered by a collection of wooden structures. The rentals from these properties paid the interest on the mortgage of $13,500.00 and helped to provide a sinking fund to meet the principal and other expenses.

Over the next several years efforts were made to pay down the mortgage and to build a fund that would be used to cover the cost of the erection of a building. This was to be achieved by the further sale of shares in the Masonic Hall Company and from the surplus revenues from the rental properties.

While these efforts were proceeding with satisfactory dispatch the great conflagration of June 20, 1877 would bring the Masonic fraternity in Saint John face to face with the harsh reality of once again being homeless. Of the many structures that were devoured by the fire one was Judge Ritchie’s building on Princess Street, which had been home to the Masonic fraternity for over twenty years. With the need for a new facility being of the utmost urgency George Ernest Fairweather, a member of Albion Lodge No. 1 and John T. McKean of St. John’s Lodge No. 2 were engaged as architects to draw up the plans for the new edifice. Alexander Christie and John Ferguson, both of the Union Lodge of Portland No. 10 were hired as the principal contractors.

By the summer of 1878 the work had sufficiently advanced that the directors were in a position to call upon the Grand Master to lay the corner stone on July 1st of that year. In accordance with the request, a special communication of Grand Lodge was convened at half-past two and after a short session, a procession was organized as follows:

71st Battalion Band

Alexandria Lodge No. 33, Fredericton

Campbellton Lodge No. 32, Campbellton

St. Martins Lodge No. 30, St. Martins

St. Andrews Lodge No. 29, Fredericton

New Brunswick Lodge No. 22, Saint John

Zion Lodge No. 21, Sussex

Leinster Lodge No. 19, Saint John

Miramichi Lodge No. 18, Chatham

Union Lodge of Portland No. 10, Saint John

Carleton Serenade Band

Carleton Union Lodge No. 8, Carleton

Solomons Lodge No. 6, Fredericton

63rd Rifles Band, Halifax

Hibernia Lodge No. 3, Saint John

St. Johns Lodge No. 2, Saint John

Albion Lodge No. 1, Saint John

Union Royal Arch Chapter, Carleton

New Brunswick Royal Arch Chapter, Saint John

Carleton Royal Arch Chapter, Saint John

Bangor Coronet Band

Union de Molay Encampment, Knights Templar, Saint John

62nd Battalion Band

Encampment of St. John, Knights Templar, Saint John

Grand Lodge of New Brunswick

Most Worshipful Bro. Robert T. Clinch, Grand Master

The various bodies were marshaled in order of procession on Queen Square, thence moved through the several streets to the site of the building where the ceremony of laying the corner stone was conducted by Most Worshipful Brother Clinch assisted by Grand Lodge officers.

With the corner stone laid work progressed steadily on the building so that by May 1, 1879 the various Masonic bodies were able to take possession of the building and occupy the temporary quarters. They continued to occupy these temporary quarters up until April 22, 1884 when the main meeting room had been completed and furnished for the use of Grand Lodge and the subordinate city lodges. Subsequently other apartments were finished and fitted up to meet the needs of the other Masonic bodies.

The contracts were for excavating the foundation, $2,860.00 and for the walls, roof and plain inside finish of the building, $33,583.00. Another $33,557.00 would be spent for the completion of the interior apartments and requisite furnishings for a total cost of $70,000.00

To meet the heavy outlay of funds 2042 shares had been subscribed to by various Masonic bodies, as well as individual members, throughout the province, raising $40,840.00. In addition two popular and successful bazaars were held in the building. The first was held from the 15th to the 25th of September 1879, which realized the sum of $5,908.00. The second was held between July 1st and 10th1884 netting another $4,278.00. The balance of the outlay was provided for by a mortgage against the property and building.

From the time the New Brunswick Masonic Hall Company was formed in 1872 the ownership had been mixed, with the Grand Lodge of New Brunswick, the various Masonic bodies in the city and individual members holding shares. In 1913 the Board of General Purposes arrived at a decision that it would be advantageous if the Grand Lodge of New Brunswick were the sole owner. To this end the various shareholders were approached and asked to turn over their shares to Grand Lodge without any monetary consideration. While a number of the Masonic bodies, as well as individual shareholders were not happy with the proposal, by mid 1914 all had complied with the request and the property and building became the possession of the Grand Lodge of New Brunswick.

On January 26, 1929 fire would once again haunt the Masonic fraternity in Saint John when the Masonic Temple was all but destroyed. The Evening Time Globe of January 26th carried an extensive story on the fire and from the opening paragraphs we find the following “Nothing left but the brick skeleton and inside it a smouldering inferno of timbers on which firemen were still directing numerous hose streams this afternoon, is left of the New Brunswick Grand Masonic Lodge’s building in Germain Street. Over thirty firemen fought the blaze, which, with the lights in the south end of the city turned off, could be seen as far as Loch Lomond. Four pumpers, two chemical, two steam as well as ladder wagons were used to fight the fire.”

With the destruction of the Masonic Temple the Board of General Purposes was faced with a decision as to what course of action they would take. To this end an emergency meeting of Grand Lodge was held on March 21st, 1929 wherein a resolution was passed that the Masonic Grand Lodge Corporation undertake to transfer to any Masonic body or Masonic Corporation in Saint John the premises on Germain Street, provided that body or Corporation undertake to erect a proper Masonic Temple in the said City of Saint John. With the challenge before them the five city lodges, namely Albion No. 1, St. Johns No. 2, Hibernia No. 3, Union Lodge of Portland No. 10 and The New Brunswick Lodge No. 22 banded together to form the Masonic Temple Ltd and assume ownership of the property and building on Germain Street.

By the end of May 1929 Garnett W. Wilson had been engaged as architect and plans prepared along with estimates of the cost of restoration. The plans called for a four-story building at a cost of $113,000.00. Based on the plans and estimates the newly formed Masonic Temple Ltd proceeded with the task of restoring the building and by November 26th, 1930 the restoration had sufficiently advanced that the Masonic bodies were once again able to occupy their quarters.

Today the Masonic Temple Ltd. continues as the owner of this historic building and while the stewardship is not an easy task, the Directors continue to exercise their duties with diligence and dedication.






















Saint Johns Lodge New Brunswick

Monday, 18 September 2017

Mary Julia Thomas

Name: Mary Julia Thomas
Titles and Terms:
County: Kent
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1861
Event Place: Folkestone, Kent, England
Sub-District:
Parish:
Ecclesiastical Parish: Christchurch
Enumeration District:
Registration District: Elham
Residence Note: Cheriton Terrace
Gender: Female
Age: 14
Marital Status: Unmarried
Occupation: Head Of Family...
Relationship to Head of Household: ...
Institution:
Birth Date:
Birth Year:
Birth Year (Estimated): 1847
Birthplace: Marylebone, Middlesex
Schedule Type:
Page Number: 4
Household ID: 790083
Line Number: 19
Registration Number: RG09
Piece/Folio: 551 / 188
Affiliate Record Type: Household
GS Film Number: 101816317
Digital Folder Number: 101816317
Image Number: 00361


Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
George Henry(Heath) Vlieland Head M 32 Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
Mary Vlieland Wife F 40 Exeter, Devon
Emma Thomas Granddaughter F 20 Camberwell, Surrey
Mary Julia Thomas ... F 14 Marylebone, Middlesex




Sunday, 17 September 2017

William Edward Parker

William Edward parker was the son of Charles Edward Parker and Mary Ann Parker .
He died during ww1 and is buried in Noordwijk


PARKER, WILLIAM EDWARD, Ordinary Seaman, age 29.
Son of Charles Edward and Mary Ann Parker, of Brize-Norton, Bampton, Oxon.
HMS Scott


Name: William Edward Parker
Residence Place: York, England
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 07 Apr 1889
Christening Date (Original): 7 Apr 1889
Christening Place: Everingham, York, England

Father's Name: Charles Edward Parker
Mother's Name: Mary Ann Parker

census 1891
Name: William Edward Parker
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1891
County: Yorkshire, Yorkshire (East Riding)
Parish: Everingham
Ecclesiastical Parish: ST EVERILDA
Registration District: Pocklington
Residence Note: Everingham Park
Gender: Male
Age: 2
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Birth Year (Estimated): 1889
Birthplace: Yorkshire, England

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
Charles Parker Head M 31 Hampshire, England
Mary Ann Parker Wife F 25 Banburyshire Scotland
William Edward Parker Son M 2 Yorkshire, England
Mabel Margaret Parker Daughter F 0 Yorkshire, England


H.M.S.Scott was launched on 18 October 1917; on 15 August 1918, however, she was sunk off the Dutch coast — less than a year after entering service - in the same accident with the R-class destroyer HMS Ulleswater. The cause of her sinking is unclear. It is assumed that a German U-boat torpedoed and sunk her, but it is also possible that she hit a mine. Nevertheless, the German submarine U-17 — which had been patrolling and mining the area — is usually credited with her sinking.
the CWGC have 23 casualties for HMS Scott. Unless noted otherwise, casualties are Royal Navy, died 15/08/1918 and commemorated at Chatham Naval Memorial (four men were buried in a cemetery in the Netherlands
The wreck of Scott is approximately 20 nmi (37 km; 23 mi) off the Dutch coast. The wreck lies upright with the stern in 35 m (115 ft) of water, and the bow in 28 m (92 ft). The keel and the engines are still visible.

William Edward Parker was first buried in Zandvoort next to W.E.Dobson.
This Dobson was in fact Haco Dobson but by mistake the Initials W.E. were borrowed from his neighbour and recorded to him.
Only 2 years ago he was honoured with his own gravestone.


Afbeeldingsresultaat voor h.m.s scott 1918



C

Friday, 15 September 2017

Reverend W.E.Scoville

There was a Rev. W. E. Scovil (as mentioned in your ad) who was a teacher, receiving his teaching licence in Windsor Nova Scotia in 1827 and who was active in New Brunswick until his death in 1876. I found him listed in two directories, the first running a commercial school, and the second as the principal of a school on King street, although not called “King Street School”.








Wednesday, 13 September 2017

James Hutt

Name: James Hutt
Titles and Terms:
County: Suffolk
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1861
Event Place: Lowestoft, Suffolk, England
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Johns
Enumeration District:
Registration District: Mutford
Residence Note: Victoria Place
Gender: Male
Age: 27
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Certificated...School Master
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Birth Year (Estimated): 1834
Birthplace: Hampton Wick, Middlesex

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
James Hutt Head M 27 Hampton Wick, Middlesex
Jane Hutt Wife F 24 South Park, Surrey
Gertrude Hutt Daughter F 2 Lowestoft, Suffolk
Herbert Hutt Son M 0 Lowestoft, Suffolk
William Hutt Nephew M 12 Brighton, Sussex
Eleanor Mitcham Boarder F 20 Chatteris, Cambridgeshire
Elizabeth Smith Boarder F 17 Ripley, Derbyshire
Frederick Hall Boarder M 11 Lambeth, Surrey
Edwin Hall Boarder M 10 Kirkley, Suffolk
Robert Hall Boarder M 7 Lambeth, Surrey
Jane Sands Servant F 15 Barking, Essex


Name: James Hutt
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1871
Event Place: Mile End Old Town, Mile End Old Town, London, Middlesex, England
Enumeration District: 13
Gender: Male
Age: 37
Marital Status: Widowed
Occupation: Certificated Tascher
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Birth Year (Estimated): 1834
Birthplace: Hampton, Middlesex
Household ID: 68
Entry Number: 4
Affiliate Image Identifier: GBC/1871/0561/0293
GS Film Number: 000823314
Digital Folder Number: 004316255
Image Number: 00594

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
James Hutt Head M 37 Hampton, Middlesex
Gertrude Hutt Daughter F 12 Lowestoft, Suffolk
Herbert Hutt Son M 10 Lowestoft, Suffolk
Minna Hutt Daughter F 9 Lowestoft, Suffolk (married Charles Mitcham)
Kathleen Hutt Daughter F 7 Lowestoft, Suffolk
Jessie Hutt Daughter F 5 Bethnal Green, Middlesex
Marian Hutt Daughter F 3 Bethnal Green, Middlesex
Eleanor M A Styles Servant F 19 Mile End, Middlesex

Name: James Hutt
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1881
Event Place: Spitalfields, London,Middlesex, England
Registration District: Whitechapel
Residence Note: Brick Lane
Gender: Male
Age: 47
Marital Status (Original): Married
Occupation: Elementary Teacher Certified (Schoolmaster)
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Birth Year (Estimated): 1834
Birthplace: Hampton Wick, Middlesex, England

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
James Hutt Head M 47 Hampton Wick, Middlesex, England
Ann H Hutt Wife F 42 Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, England
Gertrude Hutt Daughter F 22 Lowestoft, Suffolk, England
Herbert Hutt Son M 20 Lowestoft, Suffolk, England
Marian Hutt Daughter F 13 Bethnal Green, Middlesex, England
James A Hutt Son M 6 Spitalfields, Middlesex, England
Eleanor E Hutt Daughter F 5 Spitalfields, Middlesex, England
Ada C Hutt Daughter F 4 Spitalfields, Middlesex, England
Julia M Hutt Daughter F 1 Spitalfields, Middlesex, England




Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Charles Henry Mitcham

Name: Charles Henry Mitcham
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1911
Event Place: Grays Thurrock, Grays, Essex, England
County: Essex
Parish: Grays Thurrock
Sub-District: Grays
Registration District: Orsett
Gender: Male
Age: 51
Marital Status (Original): MARRIED
Occupation: DRAPER SHOP KEEPER
Birth Year (Estimated): 1860
Birthplace: Chatteris, Cambridgeshire
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Record Type: Household
Line: 1
Page: 1
Years of Marriage:


Name: Charles Henry Mitcham
Event Type: Marriage
Registration Quarter: Apr-May-Jun
Registration Year: 1886
Registration District: Whitechapel
County: London
Event Place: Whitechapel, London, England
Spouse Name (available after 1911):Minna Hutt
Volume: 1C
Page: 629
Line Number: 333



Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
Charles Henry Mitcham Head M 51 Chatteris, Cambridgeshire
Minna Mitcham Wife F 49 Lowestoft, Suffolk
Hilda Lenton Mitcham Daughter F 24 Grays, Essex
Gladys Kathleen Mitcham Daughter F 17 Grays, Essex
Charles Godfrey Mitcham Son M 16 Grays, Essex
Eveline Gertrude Mitcham Daughter F 14 Grays, Essex
Gertrude Hutt Sister-in-law F 52 Lowestoft, Suffolk
Elizabeth Hutt Sister F 55 Chatteries, Cambridgeshire
Cecily Olive Ewer Assistant F 23 Brighton, Sussex
Cyril Robert Judd Assistant M 18 Southampton, Hampshire
Percival George Chapman Apprentice M 14 New Market, Cambridgeshire
Nora Slater Servant F 19 Tiverton, Devonshire
Kate Orpin Servant F 18 Grays, Essex

We find Gertrude Hutt sister in Law and Elizabeth Hutt sister also in this census 
And Minna Hutt the wife of James.
We know James Hutt was a certified schoolmaster.
In this census we find  Gertrude and Elizabeth again Together with Eleanor Mitcham.

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace 1871
James Hutt Head M 27 Hampton Wick, Middlesex
Jane Hutt Wife F 24 South Park, Surrey
Gertrude Hutt Daughter F 2 Lowestoft, Suffolk
Herbert Hutt Son M 0 Lowestoft, Suffolk
William Hutt Nephew M 12 Brighton, Sussex
Eleanor Mitcham Boarder F 20 Chatteris, Cambridgeshire
Elizabeth Smith Boarder F 17 Ripley, Derbyshire
Frederick Hall Boarder M 11 Lambeth, Surrey
Edwin Hall Boarder M 10 Kirkley, Suffolk
Robert Hall Boarder M 7 Lambeth, Surrey
Jane Sands Servant F 15 Barking, Essex

James Hutt was a certified schoolmaster 


Household Role Sex Age Birthplace 1871
James Hutt Head M 37 Hampton, Middlesex
Gertrude Hutt Daughter F 12 Lowestoft, Suffolk
Herbert Hutt Son M 10 Lowestoft, Suffolk
Minna Hutt Daughter F 9 Lowestoft, Suffolk
Kathleen Hutt Daughter F 7 Lowestoft, Suffolk
Jessie Hutt Daughter F 5 Bethnal Green, Middlesex
Marian Hutt Daughter F 3 Bethnal Green, Middlesex
Eleanor M A Styles Servant F 19 Mile End, Middlesex




Monday, 11 September 2017

George Heath Vlieland


Prof Vlieland turns out to be George Heath Vlieland 





Titel: Livingstons Guide Book to St. John and the St. John River for 1870: With an Account of the Fishing Grounds of New Brunswick




George H. VIELAND, an English gentleman of good family, formerly belonging to H.M. 15th Regt., but for some years a teacher of French in (St. John) city died Thursday at his boarding place on Hazen St. (St. John) He has no relations in this country and his remains were taken in charge by Masonic Fraternity who will conduct the funeral which takes place this afternoon at 3 o'clock. He will be interred in the English Church Burial ground.
Date October 5 1872
County Saint John
Place Saint John
Newspaper Daily News


d. Thursday 3rd inst., of heart disease, George H. VIELAND, age 40, native of Norfolk, England.
Date October 5 1872
County Saint John
Place Saint John
Newspaper Daily News




On Saturday afternoon, the Free Masons met at their rooms Ritchie's Building and afterwards formed in procession with the 62nd Band at the head, St. John Lodge being in the rear of the procession, and marched to the late residence of Prof. VIELAND, Hazen St. (St. John) for the purpose of paying their last fraternal respects in the interment of his remains. The procession moved out to the Episcopal burying ground when Episcopal burial service was read after which Masonic ceremonial was performed by W.M. Hunt. (see original)
Date October 7 1872
County Saint John
Place Saint John
Newspaper The Daily Telegraph


The funeral of Mr. VIELAND on Saturday afternoon was attended by members of the Masonic Fraternity who were accompanied by the Band of the 62nd Regt. The service at the grave was read by Henry G. HUNT, St. John's Lodge.
Date October 7 1872
County Saint John
Place Saint John
Newspaper Daily News


I have not found any other information about the school, but it may have been a small school which only operated for a few years.

Onderwerp: Rivers, Fishing, Cours d'eau, Peche sportive



George Vlieland sometimes known as George Henry  Vlieland

Sunday, 10 September 2017

Eleanor Mitcham




Eleanor Mitcham standing and Lucy Emma Parker sitting
Name: Eleanor Mitcham
Titles and Terms:
County: Suffolk
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1861
Event Place: Lowestoft, Suffolk, England
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Johns
Registration District: Mutford
Residence Note: Victoria Place
Gender: Female
Age: 20
Marital Status: Unmarried
Occupation: Infant School Mistress
Relationship to Head of Household: Boarder
Birth Year (Estimated): 1841
Birthplace: Chatteris, Cambridgeshire


Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
James Hutt Head M 27 Hampton Wick, Middlesex
Jane Hutt Wife F 24 South Park, Surrey
Gertrude Hutt Daughter F 2 Lowestoft, Suffolk
Herbert Hutt Son M 0 Lowestoft, Suffolk
William Hutt Nephew M 12 Brighton, Sussex
Eleanor Mitcham Boarder F 20 Chatteris, Cambridgeshire
Elizabeth Smith Boarder F 17 Ripley, Derbyshire
Frederick Hall Boarder M 11 Lambeth, Surrey
Edwin Hall Boarder M 10 Kirkley, Suffolk
Robert Hall Boarder M 7 Lambeth, Surrey
Jane Sands Servant F 15 Barking, Essex
James Hutt was a certified schoolmaster 

Name: Eleanor Mitcham
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1891
County: Suffolk
Parish: Lowestoft
Ecclesiastical Parish: LOWESTOFT
Sub-District:
Registration District: Mutford
Residence Note: Arnold Street
Gender: Female
Age: 50
Marital Status: Single
Occupation: School Mistress Kinder Garten
Relationship to Head of Household: Boarder
Birth Year (Estimated): 1841
Birthplace: Cambridgeshire, England

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
Edward Parker Head M 52 Norfolk, England
Lucy E Parker Wife F 49 London, England
Leonard Parker Son M 15 Suffolk, England
Frank Parker Son M 12 Suffolk, England
Harry Parker Son M 11 Suffolk, England
Horace Parker Son M 10 Suffolk, England
Eleanor Mitcham Boarder F 50 Cambridgeshire, England




Name: Eleanor Mitcham
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 31 Mar 1901
Event Place: Lowestoft, Suffolk, England
County: Suffolk
Civil Parish: Lowestoft
Ecclesiastical Parish: Lowestoft St Margaret With St Peter
Sub-District: Lowestoft
Registration District: Mutford
Residence Note: Arnold Street
Gender: Female
Age: 60
Occupation: SCHOOL MISTRESS
Relationship to Head of Household: Boarder
Birth Year (Estimated): 1841
Birthplace: Chatteris, Cambridgeshire
Schedule Type: 139
Page Number: 23

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
Edward Parker Head M 62 Poringland, Norfolk
Lucy E Parker Wife F 59 St Pancras, London
Eleanor Mitcham Boarder F 60 Chatteris, Cambridgeshire
Eliza Herriven Servant F 29 Carlton Colville, Suffolk



Name: Eleanor Mitcham
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1911
Event Place: Chesterton, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
County: Cambridgeshire
Parish: Chesterton
Sub-District: Chesterton
Registration District: Chesterton
Gender: Female
Age: 70
Marital Status (Original): SINGLE
Occupation: RETIRED SCHOOLMISTRESS
Birth Year (Estimated): 1841
Birthplace: Chatteris, Cambridgeshire
Relationship to Head of Household: Boarder
Record Type: Household

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
Lucy Emma Parker Head F 69 London St Pancras, London
Eleanor Mitcham Boarder F 70 Chatteris, Cambridgeshire


Name: Ellen Mitcham
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Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1841
Event Place: Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, England
Residence Note: Park Street
Gender: Female
Age: 1
Age (Original): 1
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Birth Date: Occupation:
Relationship to Head of Household:
Birth Year (Estimated): 1840
Birthplace: Cambridgeshire

Registration District: North Witchford
Book Number: 3
Sub-District:
Parish: Chatteris
County: Cambridgeshire

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
Abram Mitcham M 25-29 Cambridgeshire
Elizabeth Mitcham F 24-28 Cambridgeshire
Ann Mitcham F 2 Cambridgeshire
Ellen Mitcham F 1 Cambridgeshire

Ellen Mitcham was at Trinity school .A tiny school .