Friday, 24 July 2009

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Today you can read the book a complete course of study for Englismen to obtain the French language from 1827 at home of Jerome Nicholas Vlieland digital on your computer.
One of his books is inscribed to Colonel George Anson M.P..Who is reading on the photo.
Or you can try to learn German with Jerome Nicholas Vlieland.

Saturday, 18 July 2009

Thomas Edward Vlieland

Thomas Edward Vlieland was the son of Of Jerome Nicholas and Sarah Heath..

Birth: 7 May 1848 - West Wymer, Norwich
baptised 26 may 1848

Death: 30 Jan 1860 - St Michael Plea, Norwich, England

On Monday last, of croup, aged eleven years and eight months, Thomas Edward Heath Vlieland the beloved child
Saturday 04 February 1860 , Norfolk Chronicle , Norfolk, England

Catharine Veri Vlieland

Catharine Veri Vlieland
born 1831 - Norwich, Norfolk, England
Daughter of Jerome Nicholas and Sarah Heath.
She married 02 of august 1855 at ST Michaels at Plea Norwich with Samuel Ethelbert White.

Census 1851 
The children are living in Redwellstreet .

Later her mother comes to live in her family.

An article in "The Era" on 12th November 1881 shows Samuel Ethelbert White as a Freemason - a visitor from Lodge No 922 of the Lodge of Asaph at the " installation meeting of this celebrated dramatic and musical Lodge held on Monday evening at Freemasons Hall". (this is a typo since he was actually Initiated into Augustine Lodge No 972, Canterbury in 1878 before the family moved to London).
He was born in 1830 and died June 1886 in Fulham at the age of 56.
His father Samuel White was a Gentleman.
Catherine died 1 april 1916 in London Bow.

And we received a lot of information about Catherine and Samuel from their great great grandson.
Here his story.
Samuel Ethelbert White was born about 1828 in Canterbury. A chorister there at six, he becomes a supervisor for Her Majesty’s Excise. At the time of the 1951 census “White Samuel E” age 23, an Officer Of Inland Revenue - born in Canterbury, Kent is shown as a “Visitor” at a lodging house at Elm Hill, St Peters Hungate, Norfolk. Samuel Ethelbert married Catherine Veri Vlieland in Plea Norwich, Norfolk on the 2nd of August 1855. Unlike his ancestors, Ethelbert seemingly did not stay in one place for long. Perhaps his job as an Inland Revenue Officer of the Excise regularly moved him or perhaps he moved on promotion. Certainly the Caledonian Mercury (Edinburgh, Scotland), for Monday, January 26, 1857; Issue 21009 reports under "Home Intelligence - Inland Revenue Department" that “Samuel Ethelbert White, officer of Gye-Ryde has been appointed on promotion to be officer of Southampton forth division - Isle of White collection". Forgetting about any moves not picked up by the census, they had moved from Norwich to Southampton. They thenmoved from Southampton after the birth of their two year olds Charles Ethelbert and Elisabeth Mary Mills Annie (Bessy) and before the birth of Bertha Susanna in 1860. They are at 22 Sussex Street, Winchester in 1861 and he is an Excise Officer.
they are still at Winchester for the births of Ethelbert Ernest, William Blomfield (named after Catherine's Aunt's husand the Bishop of London) and finally Samuel (Athelstan) in 1870. The census shows them at home with a live in servant.

This presumed ‘settling’ is not to last. The family have moved to London by the time of the 1871 census. Samuel Ethelbert is not at home on census night. Instead White Samuel E age 43 (Supervisor Of Inland Revenue [Excise Branch]) is shown as a Lodger at 23 Market Place, Warwick. So not simply an Officer by now, but promoted again to Supervisor. He is at home at the time of the 1881 census. By then they have moved, again, from Waterside, Jew's Row, Wandsworth to 9 Alfred St Lucas Terrace, Bow, Stratford-le-Bow. Samuel is a Freemason.

An article in "The Era" on 12th November 1881 shows Samuel Ethelbert White as a Freemason - a visitor from Lodge No 922 of the Lodge of Asaph at the " installation meeting of this celebrated dramatic and musical Lodge held on Monday evening at Freemasons Hall". (this is a typo since he was actually Initiated into Augustine Lodge No 972, Canterbury in 1878 before the family moved to London).
Samuel Ethelbert’s death is registered in Fulham in 1886. He had made a fresh will only the previous year. Although one witness is a clerk William Staunton, the other is a master mariner; Frederick John Davis of Belle Vue Gibbons Street Plymouth – a friend or someone from ‘off the street? The Death Duty Register for that year suggests that the executor of his will was wife Catherine and that Probate was granted (affidavit 8096 folio 2226). The will itself, though, shows Charles Ethelbert as sole executor but that Catherine Fritz White (widow) is the lawful attorney (presumably since Charles is in Bombay).

in Samuel’s will obtained from the probate office, he is left a house in “Ryde Street in the Parish of Saint Dunstans in the City and Borough of Canterbury”. William Blomfield and Samuel Athelstan, his brothers, are also left a house in the same street. Bertha Susannah White (spinster), his second daughter, is left number one Ryde Street. Although the houses are no longer there, pictures of the street in the 1940’s show Ryde Street as a terrace of six houses numbered one to six and from the front at street level they simply looked like a terrace of brick/white painted tiled roof cottages (much like many normal early Victorian ones) BUT from the back and high up it was obvious that five and six were later additions with a separate pitched roof and nos 5-6 were not even rendered at the back. (The properties were still occupied when the council took the pictures). It seems clear that Samuel Ethelbert owned the whole original terrace (1-4).

In addition his eldest son Charles Ethelbert is left his Fathers old residence at 6 Blackfriars (currently tenanted by William Jennings Esquire) together with his main address at 36 Chesilton Road, Munster Place Fulham. His wife also receives his A shares in the Civil Service Supply Association Ltd and the balance in his Inland Revenue Building Society Account and, of course, all the rents and revenues for the rest of her life. After his wife’s death these are also to go to daughter Bertha.

Their son Ethelbert Ernest White was my G grandfather. A master fishmonger, he was born in Winchester, Hampshire (the county town of Hampshire) on 2nd September 1862. According to the records, the boy Ethelbert was sent back to Canterbury by his parents to what is understood to be the oldest school in England (Leach – Hist Med Schools - Methuen 1915), The King's School. According to the school register he left in April 1877.
Catherine survives husband Samuel Ethelbert for nearly thirty years. The houses in Ryde Street do not stay in the family for that long. In 1907 the following advertisement appears in the Canterbury papers – “Four empty freehold cottages, Ryde Street, St. Dunstan's Canterbury, what offers. Contact Lepine, 43 Broad Street, Canterbury” The street, in the St Dunstans area of the city is a historic suburb centred on the route towards London.

Older Daughter Bessy (Elizabeth Mary Mills Annie) was not mentioned in the will. Had she married or died since she was shown in the 1881 census living at 9 Alfred St Lucas Terrace, Bow? There is a plethora of Elizabeth White’s in the appropriate records and I cannot yet tell for certain…
Younger sister Bertha Susanna White marries on the 7th of June 1888. Her husband Edward Brice Presland is a company secretary. The witnesses are her Mother Catherine Veri and Adolphus Charles White a Professor of Music living in Park Road Hampstead. He was born in Canterbury and is then 57. He is a widower, his wife Eliza A White an artist painter born in Chelsea is deceased. He is not the only Mr White, a professor of music in the lives of the White siblings. Bertha, however, is not to inherit for almost thirty years. At the time of the 1901 census Edward Bertha and their daughter Helen Bertha age 21 are living in Putney (an area they have been in since the birth of their daughter). Helen Bertha marries Leslie Miller in 1914.
Catherine is also in Putney in 1901– a widow of 67 “living on her own means” and is still in London at the time of the 1911 census. Her death is recorded in Kensington in 1916; aged 82. She has lived alone for some time. At the time of the 1891 census, however, she is a widow of 57, living at 26 Waldemar Ave Fulham ‘on her own means’ and two of her children are home that night.
William Blomfield is shown as a captain in the merchant service and Samuel Athelstan is a commercial clerk. Later, the South Africa magazine of December 12, 1896. under "Domestic Announcements" reports a marriage, on December 1, at St. Peter’s Church, Brockley, Deptford, London by the Rev. C. H. Grundy of William Blomfield White, Chief Officer S. S. Inyoni, to Jessie, second daughter of the late James Tench White, of Canterbury. One of the witnesses is her Mother Sara. Jessie had been born in 1874 to another professor of Music born in Canterbury; living at 42, St Georges Street. His name is James Tench (or Tench James) White.
Charles Ethelbert has joined the Navy. He is in Bombay in 1886 at the time probate is granted on his father’s estate and the London Gazette shows the Admiralty Notice of the l5th January, 1890 showing that he is appointed sub lieutenant from 31 Dec 1889.
Perhaps it is fitting, that Samuel Ethelbert White became a supervisor for Her Majesty’s Excise. since his father Samuel White was a collector of ‘poor rate’ taxes for the Crown at the time of the 1851 census although Stapleton & Co’s Topographical History and Directory of Canterbury…August 1838 directory records him, not only as “S White – collector of poor rates” but as the Parish Clerk of St Mildreds (near the Cathedral) and All Saints (Eastbridge) and also as the Deputy Registrar of births and deaths and living at 6 Blackfriars. It also shows a Mrs Samuel White under “Milliners and Dressmakers” at St Georges. It is possible that this was his wife…
Samuel White (Senior) had been born in Canterbury in 1802, married Elizabeth Mary Hatton, also a ‘Canterbury lass’, in 1822 and lived in the St Alphege area of Canterbury (in the shadow of the Cathedral) all his life.
Not only did Samuel name his first and second sons Ethelbert (first Christian King of Kent), but his first born Bertha, the name of Ethelbert’s wife. (But then his last born he called Athelstan. Athelstan (or Æthelstan) called the Glorious, was the King of England from 924/925 to 939 – effectively the first King of England!)

Looking for more information of Catherine or her spouse Samuel Ethelbert White we
found Ethelbert White and we wondered if the name is the only link or that it could be a grandson of Catherine.

Ethelbert Whites biography
Ethelbert White was born in Isleworth, Middlesex. In 1911 studied St.John's Wood Art School under Leonard Walker, a watercolourist who also acheived much acclaim for his beautiful decorative stained glass windows. In 1911 also married Elizabeth Crofton Dodwell, always known as Betty, the couple shared a liking for a simple and unconventional way of life, full of fun, friendship, music and travel. Lived in a little 18th century cottage in Hampstead Grove, Camden. Travelled around countryside in their gypsy caravan 'Reading', Ethelbert producing paintings of village life and Betty playing the lute. The couple became very popular and attracted social gatherings. Befriended Mark Gertler and C.R.W.Nevinson. White exhibited at London Group and New English Arts Club from 1916. First one man show at Paterson and Carfax Gallery in 1921. Was a regular exhibitor at the RA and RWS. Memorial exhibition at the Fine Art Society in 1979. His work is represented in many public collections.

George Heath Vlieland

Son Of Jerome Nicholas and Sarah Heath.
He was bapt 18 Dec 1828 - Gt Yarmouth, Norfolk, England

1841 census: Pottergate Street, St John Maddermarket Norwich with parents and five siblings - age 15
and married Harriet Abbott Breese on 18th Nov 1850 at Great Yarmouth.

Her father was Stephen Breese Gentleman.
She died in Shoreditch in 1851.

He marries again as widower,Customs,Islington Middlesex 15th July 1852 parish of West Hackney Middlesex to Mary Thomas Widow of West Hackney.

She died Oct 1888 Goldhawk road Sheperds Bush aged 73.
census 1861His name is here George Henry Vlieland 


Corrected to the 5tb January, 1853.
6th class.
Joseph Paxton Thomas Sandall George H. Vlieland George H. Armstrong Thomas Brenan Leland C. Duncan James T. Webb John Fox John A. Main Frederick P. Hearn Valentine Tallow Frederick C. Blake Charles Herbert

Monday 23 February 1857 Caledonian Mercury - Mr. G. H. Vlieland. has been promoted from Third to Second. Class Searcher at Folkesto

Pall Mall Gazette - Thursday 14 November 1872
Thursday 14 November 1872 Pall Mall Gazette - Deaths: VLIELAND, Mr. G. H., late of H.M. Customs, at St. John's, New Brunswick, aged 40, Oct. 31.

A Prof Vlieland is what we find in St John's Brunswick Canada .
It turns out to be George Heath Vlieland .
Now teacher.

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

October 6 — The remains of the late Bro. George H. Vlieland were buried with masonic ceremony by the lodge in the Episcopal church yard, near the head of (Jourtenay bay. Bro. Vlieland was initiated in St. John's Lodge, June 4, 1872.

the custom house in 1872

Harriot Abbott Breese

Harriot Abbott Breese was baptised on 09 Feb 1823 St Michael Tr Aylsham Norfolk
Her Father Stephen BREESE
Mothers Forename Harriot
Fathers Occupation Tailor
File Number 6917
Register Number 526
She was married with George Heath Vlieland on 18 Nov 1850 at Great Yarmouth.

She died in Shoreditch Jun 1851.
Stephen Breese,Gentleman had more children with his wife Harriet.
Emily Abbott Breese.
Bapt.28 may 1826.Aylsham Norfolk England
Charles Abbott Breese .
Bapt.10 Feb.1828 Aylsham Norfolk England
Rosanna Amelia Breese
Bapt 17 March 1833 Aylsham Norfolk England
Ray send us more information  .Thanks Ray .
There are large numbers of the Breese family in Aylsham.
Harriet Abbott Breese baptism/christening: 09 Feb 1823 Aylsham, Norfolk, England father:Stephen Breese mother: Harriet indexing project (batch) number: I07461-1 system origin: England-EASy source film number: 1278884 (note some other siblings also have Mothers maiden name Abbott for their second name)
1841 census: Oxford Street, St James, Westminster age 20 with younger sister both milliners working for draper
1850 Hunt and Co. Directory of East Norfolk Schools Breese Harriet and Emily Red Lion Street Aylsham
Marriages Dec 1850 Vlieland George Heath Yarmouth 13 990 Harriot Abbott BREESE
Death reg: Apr/Jun 1851, Shoreditch, vol 2 p 267
According to marriage certificate her father was Stephen Breese, Gentleman of Great Yarmouth (note: at time of 1851 census her father, a retired farmer, was meeting his two sons who were living at Market Place Great Yarmouth).
Her father is also described as a farmer in the 1841 census but it seems clear that, after his retirement from the hard work as a farmer, Stephen Breese continued to run the drapers shop and continued in the same trade as did two of his sons and two of his daughters. The evidence of the age and the lack of any other candidate sharing exactly the same family (he is shown as a farmer with the same spouse and children in terms of name and age) is strong:

Stephen Breese:

Stephen Breese baptism/christening: 08 May 1786 Saxthorpe, Norfolk, England father's name: James Breese mother : Elizabeth Dunham indexing project (batch) number: I08498-2 system origin:England-EASy source film number: 1526780
(Parents James Breeze = Elizabeth Dunham marriage:16 Apr 1775 Coltishall, Norfolk, England indexing:I07424-4 film: 2149815
Sat 13 Apr 1822 Norfolk Chronicle - Marriages ... Tuesday last ... at St George's church, Hanover square, Mr. Breese, tailor and draper, to Miss Harriet Abbott, both of Aylsham (06 Aug 1799 Harriet Abbott:baptism Aylsham, Norfolk, England father:Charles Abbott mother: Mary Ross King digital folder number: 004143544)
Marriage 9 Apr 1822 Stephen Breese = Harriet Abbott St George Hanover Square Westminster (Bishop's Transcript). married by banns witnesses H Breese and Mary Buir
1841 census: Near Town House Lamas, Scottow Aylsham farmer age 55 (rounded) with spouse, 4 children and servant (Harriett and Emily left home for London) NOTE: Stephen Breese South side Aylsham age 30 (rounded) is a tailor!
1851 census: Market place Great Yarmouth age 64 visiting two sons both drapers in Market Place Great Yarmouth (note: shown by enumerator as retired farmer)
(Stephen Breese birth:1811 burial: 17 Oct 1842 Aylsham - poss tailor age 30 in 1841 census b tp James and Sarah))
(Note: Deaths Sep 1854 BREESE Stephen Aylsham 4b 56 is a 16 week old child at St Andrew Wood Dalling)
Deaths Jun 1864 BREESE Stephen Aylsham 4b 61
Saturday 21 May 1864 Norfolk News - BREESE—On Thursday last, Aylsham, Stephen Breese. tailor and draper, die in the 78th year of his age.
Stephen Breese Probate Date: 2 Jul 1864 Death Date: 19 May 1864 Death Place: Norfolk, England - Principal Registry
Effects under £450. formerly of Scottow but late of Red Lion Street Aylsham proved by the oath of Harriet Breese of Red Lion Street widow the relict and one of the executors
Saturday 16 July 1864 Norfolk News - To Sold by Auction, by Burrell AND SON, on Tuesday, the 2nd of August, 1864, at the Black Boys Inn, Aylsham at Three for Four o'clock, pm: Lot 1. All that eligibly situated, commodious and substantially-built Dwelling HOUSE AND SHOP, situate in the Market Place, in Aylsham with detached Stable, Gig-house, Walled-in Yard and Garden, in which a good business of tailor and Draper has been for many years carried on the late Mr. Stephen Breese, and is now in full operation

The Ipswich Journal September 16, 1884

Saturday, 11 July 2009

Florence Adèle Vlieland

Florence Adèle Vlieland was the daughter of William Heath Vlieland and Emily Hannah Priaulx.

She was born in 1866 at Hygeia House,
She married Douglas Hamilton Anderson.

As we can read in this announcement in the British Medical Journal of 17 june 1893.
ANDERSON-VLIELAND.-On June 6th, at Christ Church, Brondesbury,N.W., by the Rev. Arthur Rawlins, vicar of St. Andrews, Willesden,
Douglas Hamilton Anderson, M.B., C.M.. St. MIargaret's, Twickenham,to Florence Adele, youngest daughter of the late W. HI. Vlieland, Esq.,of Cheltenham.
At her wedding she received the prayerbook with the birthdate of Jerome Nicholas Vlieland.
Here the page of that prayerbook.
Her father and mother had an issue in 1893 and Florence Adele Vlieland received the book when she married from her cousins house Frances Elisabeth Chesterman ( Charles James Vlielands eldest sister)
She and her husband had three children
Florence with her daughters Beryl and Doris.
John Douglas Anderson born 4 Aug 1894 died 4 Aug 1894.

Doris Adele Anderson Born 7 Sept 1897.
Beryl Audrey Anderson born 27 April 1899

Beryl Audrey BURT (Anderson) date of death 2nd Jan 1993 died in Greenwich Hospital
She is the daughter who inherited the prayerbook.
The silver teaspoons mentioned in the newspaper are still in the possession of the family .
John Hamilton Burt was the son of Beryl and Frederick Owen Burt (Births Dec 1896 Burt Frederick Owen Thanet 2a 975) and married Sylvia Doris Price
Marriages Mar 1924 Burt Frederick Owen = Anderson Beryl A Peterbro' 3b 307.
They have a son Clifford J. who provided us with copies of
And finally Florence Adèle's funeral letter.

William Heath Vlieland

William Heath Vlieland was a son of Jerome Nicholas Vlieland and Sarah Heath .
He was born on september 9, 1837 Norwich Norfolk UK.
He died as William Vieland Apr-may-June 1892 age 53, Reg Norwich, County Norfolk. Volume 4b page 109.
He married Emily Hannah Priaulx in 1861.

By 1862 Emily and William jointly ran a boys school.
There are lots of adverts in newspaper where William advertises his schools.
he also refers to his father as professor of languages in those ads.
Also (late second Master of the Halstead Endowed Grammar School)

William Heath Vlieland  was principal on Hygeia House 

1871 Mar 1 p4,c2 VLIELAND W. H. MR. Moves from Hygia House Prestbury to Shuthonger school

William owned a prayerbook given to him on a visit to his uncle "the bishop of London"
And soon after 1881 he recorded his family births,marriages and deaths.
Entered in the rear cover it says
"my father Jerome Nicholas Vlieland born 27 june 1796"
William and Emily had issue in 1893 one daughter Florence Adele Vlieland had this book when she married from her cousins house Frances Elisabeth Chesterman ( Charles James Vlielands eldest sister)
William and Emily had more children All born at Hygeia house.

Emily Sarah Louisa Vere Vlieland born 15th April 1862 Hygeia House Prestbury Cheltenham.Her godfather was Henry Priaulx, Sarah Vlieland, Marianne Helen Hannah.
Edith Constance Blanche Vlieland born Hygeia House Prestbury Cheltenham 8th Jube 1864 Her godfather William Heath Vlieland,Emily Hannah Hanis ,Emily Hannah Thomas.
She married in Mutford Norfolk 1890.
Florence Adéle Vlieland born Hygeia House Prestbury Cheltenham 14th May 1866.Her godfather was John Parker,Marie Heath Parker,Emily Charlotte .
William Henry Blomfield Jansen de Vlieland born Hygeia House Prestbury Cheltenham 0n 20th Oct 1868.
The middle name Heath comes from the Heath family .They have a coat of arm with a Heath Cock.The church just outside Hemblington near Hemblington Hall where they lived is full of Heaths , both buried and memorials to them .
VLIELAND William H Fa-Law W M 52 Depending On Family Norfolk - Norwich Disability Serebritis living with Edith Constance and her family.
Here the pages from the book 

William was an executor to his father in laws will 1872.The estate worth 7000 pound.

Look at the last line and you will find William Heath Vlieland as a Freemason.

William Heath Vlieland - Freemason
Initiation Date 20 Nov 1876
First Payment Year on Register1876
Profession Schoolmaster
Lodge St. George's Lodge, Tewkesbury
Lodge Number 900, 1202

Folio Number 161

In the London Gazette of 22 february 1878 we read
His Bankruptcy
Gazette Issue 24554 published on the 22 February 1878. Page 37 of 60
The Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
In the County Court of Gloucestershire, holden at
In the Matter of Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement
or Composition with Creditors, instituted by
William Heath Vlieland, of Southonger House, Twyning,
in tie county of Gloucester, Schoolmaster.
NOTICE is hereby given, that a First General Meeting
of the creditors of the above-named person bas been
summoned to be held at Messrs. Moores and Romney's
offices, in Tewhesbury, on the 12th day of March, 187a, at
eleven o'clock in the forenoon precisely.-Dated this 18th
day of February, 1878.
MOORES and ROMNEY, Tewkesbury, Solicitor
for the said Debtor.

Gazette Issue 24565 published on the 22 March 1878. Page 50 of 56
The Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
In the County Court of Gloucestershire, holden at
In the Matter of a Special Resolution for Liquidation of
the affairs of William Heath Vlieland, of Shutbonger
House, Twyning, in the county of Gloucester, Schoolmaster.
street, Birmingham, Accountant, and William
Harrison Gray, of Tewkesbnry, Surveyor, have been
appointed Trustees of the property of the debtor. All persons
having in their possession any of the effects of the debtor
must deliver them to the trustees, and all debts due to the
debtor must be paid to the trustees. Creditors who have
not yet proved their debts must forward their proofs of
debts to the trustees.-Dated this 14th day of March, 1878.

Gazette Issue 24571 published on the 12 April 1878. Page 54 of 62
The Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
In the County Court of Gloucestershire, holden at
la the Matter of a Special Resolution for Liquidation by
Arrangement of tbe affairs of William Heath Vlieland,
of Shutbonger House, Twyning, in the county of Gloucester,
I'HE creditors of tbe above-named William Heath
Vlieland who have not already proved their debts, are
required, on or before tbe 22nd day of April instant, to send
their names and addresses, with proof of their debts, to us,
the undersigned, vVilliam Lomas Harrison, of 37, Cannonstreet,
Birmingham, and William Harrison Gray, of
Tewkesbury aforesaid, or one of us, the Trustees under tbe
liquidation, or to Messrs. Moores and Romney, our Solicitors,
at their offices in Tewkesbury, or in default thereof
they will be excluded from tbe Dividend or Composition,
about to be declared.-Dated this 9th day of April, 1878.

T)URSUANT to an Order of the Chancery Division of
JL the High Court of Justice, made in the matter of
the estate of Henry Priaulx, deceased, and: in an action
Harward against Vlieland, 1-878, P., 110, the creditors of
Henry Priaulx, late of Budleigh Salterton, in the county
of Devon, Esq., who died in or about the month of
October, 1872, are, on or before the 25th day of October,
1884, to send by post, prepaid, to Mr. Frederic Burrow, of
Cullompton, in the county of Devon, the next friend of
the infant plaintiff, their Christian and surname, addresses
and descriptions, the full particulars of their
claims, a statement of their accounts, and the nature
of the securities (if any) held by them, or in default
there of they will be peremptorily excluded from the
benefit of the said Order. Every creditor holding any
security is to produce the same before Mr. Justice
Pearson, at his chambers, the Royal Courts of Justice,
London, on the 1st day of November, 1884, at twelve
clock at noon, being the time appointed for adjudication
on the claims.—Dated this 23rd day of February, 1884.
In the 1891 census we find.
VLIELAND William H Fa-Law W M 52 Depending On Family Norfolk - Norwich Disability Serebritis living with Edith Constance and her family.

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