Friday, 27 January 2012

Frances Elisabeth Vlieland

Frances Elisabeth Vlieland was the daughter of Jerome Nicholas Vlieland  and Frances Elisabeth Samworth and sister of Charles James Vlieland.

in middle age

in latter days.

She was born 25th Aug 1853 Great Ilford Romford Essex.

her birthcertificate.

She was married to Charles Frederick Chesterman.

At the home of her sisters Mary Heath Shillitoe on 4th August 1880 Hitchin Herts.

Charles was the only son of Joseph Chesterman who married Elizabeth Robinson.
At Harnstead Charles built a wonderfull House for Frances called Stalisfield House.
They had two children

  Linda and Hugh

Linda Frances Chesterman born 16 Oct 1881.She attended the Royal Academy of music in London and studied piano and composition.She then became a lecturer at the Froebie
Institute at Roehampton.
She later moved to Trevalga Cornwall.
She composed Fairy tale dances with lyrics by Celia Sparger
uitgegeven in 1933, Sir I. Pitman & sons, ltd. (London, New York [etc.])

Fairy tale dances
Celia Sparger and Chesterman, Linda Frances, 1881-
toevoeging aan de titel: by Celia Sparger. Music arranged from the classics by L. F. Chesterman.
talen: English
paginering: 37 p.
LCCN: 36008008
Dewey: 796.13
LC: MT950.S8 F3
onderwerpen: Dance for children.
Their other child was Hugh Chesterman born 20th March 1884 .
Hugh attended Cambridge reading History and English.He then became an Ordinand at Ely,but decided not to go into the church.He fought in the first world war and then got a post as a master at St.Paul's Cathedral Choir School.Later on he joint the publishing firm and booksellers of Basil Blackwell of Oxford.He also illustrated childrens books
Here an example

He also wrote a poem
Sir Nicketty Nox

Sir Nicketty Nox was an ancient knight,
so old was he that he'd lost his sight.
blind as a mole, and slim as a fox,
and dry as a stick was Sir Nicketty Nox.

his sword amd buckler were old and cracked,
so was his charger and that's a fact.
thin as a rake from head to hocks,
was this rickety nad of Sir Nicketty Nox.
a wife he had and daughters three,
and all were as old, as old could be.
they mended the shirts and darned the socks,
of that old antiquity, Nicketty Nox.
sir nicketty Nox would fly in rage
if anyone tried to guess his age.
he'd mouth and mutter and tear his locks,
this pernickety Nicketty Nox.

well enjoy that!!!
It is a poem by Hugh Chesterman
also we find him in the London Gazette
Cadet Corps (Worksop College) attached to the
4th (Nottinghamshire) Volunteer Battalion, The
Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire
Regiment); Hugh Chesterman, Gent., to
be Lieutenant. Dated 7th February, 1906
This was about 1925 and here he meet and married Sylvia Wyse West .They found a house in Islip "the confessors gate" and moved in,
In Islip in de warmemorial we find
Chesterman, Hugh R Berks 94264 Lt, died 3 Nov 1941,age 57, Son of Charles Frederick and Frances Elizabeth Chesterman; husband of Sylvia Wyse Chesterman, of Islip. B.A. Also served in 1914-1918 War, buried in Islip cemetery.
They had two daughters.
in the london Gazette of 13 dec 1878 we find.
Pursuant to the Act of Parliament 22nd and .23rd Vic..
& cap. 35, intituled " An Act to further amend the Law of
Property, and to relieve Trustees.'* N'OTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any claims or demands upon or against
the estate or effects of Frederick Chesterman, late of Little
Brickhill, ia the county of Bucks, Esq. (who died on the
15th day of August. 1878, and to whose effects letters of
administration, with the will annexed, were, on tbe 30th
day of September last, granted by the Principal Registry of
tbe Probate Division of Her Majesty's High Court of
Justice, to Richard Austin Chesterman, of Cropredy Lawn
Farm, Cropredy, in the county of Oxford, Farmer,, and
Charles Frederick Cliehterman, of 41, North-street, Manchester-
square, in the county of Middlesex, Timber Merchant),
are hereby required, on or before the 15th day of
February, 1879, to send to the undersigned, the Solicitor of
tbe said administrators, particulars, in writing, of their
claims against the said estate, at the expiration of which
time the said administrators will proceed to distribute the
assets of the said estate among the parties entitled thereto,
having regard only to the claims of which they shall then
have had notice; and will not be liable for the assets so
distributed to any person of whose claim such administrators
shall not then kiave had notice.—Dated this 6th day of
December, 1878.
HENRY MOTT, 22, Bedford-row, W.C., Solicitor
to the said Administrators.

1882 Chesterman, Charles Frederick, Esq. V2,Christchurch-auenue,Brondesbury.X. W

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