Descendants of Richard Johnson


Sources


1 Frederic Thomas Colby, D.D., F.S.A., Pedigrees of five Devonshire families - Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson., (Printed for private circulation in Exeter by William Pollard, North Street. 1884), Johnson Family Tree with additions by Richard J Green.

2 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, International Genealogical Index.

3 Richard J Green, House of Green, Johnson Family.

4 Oxford Alumni 1, Vol. II, page 816.

5 J & J. A. Venn, Alumni Cantabrigienses - Part I Earliest times to 1751, (Cambridge University Press - 1922), Vol. II, page 481. —
JOHNSON Samuel M.A., 1728 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. of Samuel of Reading, Berks, Probably matric. from Christ Church, Oxford, 1703; B.A. Oxford 1706; M.A. 1710. V. of Gt Torrington, Devon, 1713. R. of Little Torrington, 1719-46. Died Mar 10 1745-6 (Al. Oxon).

6 Frederic Thomas Colby, D.D., F.S.A., Pedigrees of five Devonshire families - Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson., (Printed for private circulation in Exeter by William Pollard, North Street. 1884), Johnson Family including handwritten annotations by R. J. Green.

7 Ibid, Addenda - transcribed by Julia Espeut.

8 Joseph Foster Hon. M.A. Oxon, Alumni Oxonienses - 1715-1886, (James Parker & Co, London - 1891), Eade-Kyte.

9 Parish Registers of England and Wales, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1720 June 17th —
Samuel ye son of Samuel Johnson (Minister of Torrington) & Jane his wife was baptised.

10 Grave Stone, In main aisle of church. — Here lieth the body of the Rev. Sam. Johnson, Minister of Frithelstock and son of Mr. Johnson late Minister of this Town. He himself having survived his Father 4 months & 28 Days followed him the 8th Day of Aug. 1746 Aged 26 Years

Also the Body of Samuel Johnson, Clerk, grandson of the said Mr. Johnson who died 1 March 1778 Aged 27.

11 Parish Registers of England and Wales, Great Torrington. —
Burials - 1722 May 20th —
Joanna d. of Saml. Johnson was buried ye 20th day.

12 Ibid, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1723 May 13th —
Richard Son of Samuel Johnson (Minister of Torrington) & Jane his wife was Baptised (Born 19th).

13 Ibid, Great Torrington. —
Burials - 1793 Nov 22nd —
Mr William Johnson (Alderman) ---- 67.

14 Ibid, Great Torrington. —
Marriages - 1753 Jan~ 7th —
Mr William Johnson & Miss Elizabeth Reynolds by Banns.

15 Ibid, Great Torrington. —
Burials - 1789 Oct 16th —
Daniel Johnson Apothecary and Alderman of this Town.

16 Frederic Thomas Colby, D.D., F.S.A., Pedigrees of five Devonshire families - Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson., (Printed for private circulation in Exeter by William Pollard, North Street. 1884), Johnson family.

17 John James Alexander & Walter Richard Hooper, The History of Great Torrington in the County of Devon (British Library - Shelfmark: 10368.v.15.), (1948 - Advance Studio, Sutton) Recorded Date:19 Feb 2001, Page 108. Date of Citation:19 Feb 2001

18 Richard J Green, House of Green, Reynolds family.

19 Parish Registers of England and Wales, Great Torrington. Burials - 1800 May 18th —
Mrs Elizabeth Johnson Widow.

20 Ibid, Great Torrington. Baptisms - 1754 Feb~ 20th —
Samuel Son of Mr William Johnson & Eliza: his wife.

21 Grave Stone, In main aisle of St. Michael & All Angel's Church.

22 Ibid, In main aisle of church. — Here lieth the body of the Rev. Sam. Johnson, Minister of Frithelstock and son of Mr. Johnson late Minister of this Town. He alas having survived his Father 4 months & 28 Days followed him the 8th Day of Aug. 1746 Aged 26 Years

Also the Body of Samuel Johnson, Clerk, grandson of the said Mr. Johnson who died 13th March 1778 Aged 24 Years.

23 Parish Registers of England and Wales, Great Torrington. —
Burials - 1778 March 16th —
The Revd. Mr Samuel Johnson.

24 Joseph Foster Hon. M.A. Oxon, Alumni Oxonienses - 1715-1886, (James Parker & Co, London - 1891), Vol. II — Page 816. Johnson, Samuel s. of William of Torrington, Devon, pleb, Pembroke Coll., matric, 23 March, 1771, age 17; Reynold's exhibitioner, 1775, died s.p.

25 Parish Registers of England and Wales, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1755 Sept~ 10th —
William son of Mr Willam & Elizabeth Johnson.

26 Bengal Obituaries, Page 84 - Monumental Inscription:. Here lies the body of
William Johnson Esq~
who departed this life 4th May 1799
aged 43 years.

27 Church Registers of India, (Extracts of Indian church registers for the areas Bengal, Bombay and Madras are held in the British Library, London), Register of Marriages - Presidency of Fort William, Bengal. Jan 12th 1788
William Johnson Esq~ Atty at Law and Anna Maria Theresia Tolly, spinster.

28 The India Gazette or Calcutta Public Advertiser, (Published in Calcutta) Recorded Date:2 Oct 2001, January 14, 1788 — Page 2, Col. C. Date of Citation:2 Oct 2001 Married} On Saturday last, at the New Church, William Johnson, Esq ., and Miss Tolly, Daughter of the late Col. Tolly.

29 Parish Registers of England and Wales, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1756 Dec~ 17th —
Elizabeth daugt. of Mr Willam & Elizabeth Johnson.

30 Susan M. Radcliffe, Sir Joshua's Nephew 1769-1778, (John Murray, London W. 1930), Page x.

31 Parish Registers of England and Wales, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1758 Feb~ 24th —
Richard son of Mr Willam & Elizabeth Johnson.

32 Ibid, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1759 Aug~ 21st —
Mary dau: of Mr Willam & Elizabeth Johnson.

33 HM Office for National Statistics, General Register Index, Qrt Dec, 1845 — Torrington 10 197. Date of Citation:21 Dec 2000

34 Church Plaque, St Edmund's Church, Dolton, Devon. — In the family vault beneath are interred the mortal remains of Peter Wellington Furse, clerk, who died Febry. VIII, MDCCCXXXII aged LXXVI. Also of Mary his wife who died Decr. X. MDCCCXLVI aged LXXXVI.
This tablet was erected to their pious memory by their son John Henry Furse.

John Henry Furse son of P.W. and Mary Furse died Aug I. MDCCCLIV aged LIX. It is interesting to note that the date Mary Furse's year of death on this plaque is 1846 when the correct year was 1845, at least her death was registered as occurring in that year. Moreover, had she died in December 1846 she would have been 87 years old and not 86 as is recorded on this plaque. Perhaps her son John, when he came in later years to erect the plaque, made the mistake or possibly the mason carving the inscription slipped in the extra numeral.

35 Parish Registers of England and Wales, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1762 Nov 25th —
Frances daugt. of Mr Wm Johnson and Elizabeth Johnson.

36 Ibid, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1764 May 30th —
Jane Dau: of Mr Willam & Elizabeth Johnson.

37 Church Registers of India, (Extracts of Indian church registers for the areas Bengal, Bombay and Madras are held in the British Library, London), Calcutta Burials - 1782. Date of Citation:15 Aug 2000

38 Ibid, Calcutta Burials - 1782. Date of Citation:15 Aug 2000 15th June - Mrs Jane Yonge.

39 Susan M. Radcliffe, Sir Joshua's Nephew 1769-1778, (John Murray, London W. 1930), Page 58.

40 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, International Genealogical Index, Bishops transcripts 1681-1773 — Marham parish.

41 Parish Registers of England and Wales, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1765 Oct~ 2nd —
Bridget Dau: of Mr Daniel & Bridget Johnson (Apothecary).

42 Ibid, Great Torrington. —
Burials - 1767 Aug 27th —
Bridgett Johnson (ye younger).

43 Ibid, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1767 April 9th —
Daniel Son of Mr Daniel & Bridget Johnson (Apothecary).

44 County & North Devon Advertiser, (Published at Barnstaple) Recorded Date:19 Dec 2000, September 18, 1835 — DEATHS. Date of Citation:19 Dec 2000 On Saturday last, at Torrington, aged 68, Daniel Johnson, Esq., late surgeon on East In India Company's Bengal Establishment.

45 Church Plaque, St Michael and All Angels Church, Great Torrington. Date of Citation:11 Jul 2000 Sacred to the Memory of Mrs Penelope Johnson
wife of Daniel Johnson, junr.
who died 22nd March 1814
aged 37
Whose Remains are interred in the middle Ile of the Church
Praegressa Non Perdita

Also of Daniel, Husband of the above Penelope Johnson
who died 12 Septr. 1835
aged 68.

46 John James Alexander & Walter Richard Hooper, The History of Great Torrington in the County of Devon (British Library - Shelfmark: 10368.v.15.), (1948 - Advance Studio, Sutton) Recorded Date:19 Feb 2001, Page 181. Date of Citation:19 Feb 2001 "Daniel Johnson was a grandson of Samuel Johnson, perpetual curate from 1713 to 1736, was born here 14 March 1767. He was a surgeon, H. E. I. C. S. On his retirement he came back to live in his native town and wrote a book entitled "Sketches of Field Sports as followed by the Natives of India", the frontispiece, taken from a drawing by his niece, Anne Elizabeth Palmer, afterwards Mrs. W. E. Price. The book is unique in having been entirely printed and published at Torrington, and the greatest part composed by a child not more than eight and a half years old, Caroline Fowler, a daughter of the printer; surely a remarkable feat of perseverance in one so young.".

47 Church Plaque, St Michael and All Angels Church, Great Torrington.

48 Parish Registers of England and Wales, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1768 Nov~ 23d —
Bridget Dau: of Mr Daniel & Bridget Johnson (Apothecary).

49 Ibid, Great Torrington. —
Burials - 1789 April 26th —
Bridget Daughter of Mr Daniel Johnson Apothecary for this Town & Bridget his wife.

50 Ibid, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1770 Sept~ 12th —
Dorothy Dau: of Mr Daniel & Bridget Johnson (Apothecary).

51 Ibid, Great Torrington. —
Burials - 1779 Nov~ 12th —
Dorothy Johnson.

52 Ibid, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1772 Nov 26 —
Jane Dau: of Mr Daniel & Bridget Johnson (Alderman).

53 Ibid, Great Torrington. —
Burials - 1808 Jan~ 2nd —
John Johnson Esqr.

54 Frederic Thomas Colby, D.D., F.S.A., Pedigrees of five Devonshire families - Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson., (Printed for private circulation in Exeter by William Pollard, North Street. 1884), Johnson family - Page 31. Date of Citation:17 Aug 2000

55 Parish Registers of England and Wales, Great Torrington. Baptisms - 1777 Nov~ 21st —
Samuel Son of Mr Daniel Johnson (Alderman) & Bridget his wife.

56 Ibid, Great Torrington. Baptisms - 1780 Dec~ 18th —
Charles William Son of Mr Dan'l Johnson (Apothecary) & Bridget his wife.

57 The North Devon Journal, (Published at Barnstable) Recorded Date:5 Dec 2000, September 28, 1854 — Page 8 — DEATHS. Date of Citation:5 Dec 2000 21st inst., at Great Torrington, Charles William Johnson, Esq., in his 74th year.

58 Richard J Green, House of Green, Vidal Family.

59 Parish Registers of England and Wales, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1784 Nov~ 16th —
Sarah daugt. of Mr Daniel Johnson (Apothecary) & Bridget his wife.

60 Ibid, Great Torrington. —
Burials - 1806 Nov~ 2d —
Sarah Johnson daugt. of the late Mr Daniel Johnson.

61 India Calendars, 1789 — Published by the H. E. I. C. in Calcutta — Page 65. Date of Citation:5 Sep 2001 BENGAL ESTABLISHMENT
Supreme Court of Judicature

William Johnson Esq., Clerk of the Crown
William Johnson Esq., Sworn Clerk
William Johnson Esq., Attorney for the Paupers.

62 Church Registers of India, (Extracts of Indian church registers for the areas Bengal, Bombay and Madras are held in the British Library, London), Calcutta Baptisms - 1790. Date of Citation:15 Aug 2000

63 Ibid, Calcutta Baptisms - 1790. Date of Citation:15 Aug 2000 1790
Jan 12th - Elizabeth Mary Anne Daughter of Wm Johnson Esq. Clerk of the Crown and Anna Marie Theresa (sic) his wife - born 11th October 1789.

64 Ibid, Calcutta Baptisms - 1794. Date of Citation:15 Aug 2000

65 Ibid, Calcutta Baptisms - 1794. Date of Citation:15 Aug 2000 1794
Jan 12th - Frances Reynolds Daughter of Willam Johnson Esq. Clerk of the Crown and Anna Marie Theresia his wife - born 20th August last.

66 HM Office for National Statistics, General Register Index, Qrt Dec, 1853. Date of Citation:11 Sep 2001 Kitson Frances Reynolds, Totnes 5b 113.

67 Frederic Thomas Colby, D.D., F.S.A., Pedigrees of five Devonshire families - Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson., (Printed for private circulation in Exeter by William Pollard, North Street. 1884), Johnson family - Page 27. Date of Citation:15 Aug 2000

68 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, International Genealogical Index, Items 3-4 Transcripts of parish registers and Bishop's transcripts, 1609-1837 Church of England. Parish Church of Rattery. Date of Citation:15 Aug 2000

69 Ibid. Date of Citation:15 Aug 2000

70 Andrew Vidal's papers, (Unpublished family papers of Andrew VIdal (only son of M R R Vidal - 1890-1962) covering the Vidal, Gaisford and Edwardes families), Johnson Family tree.

71 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons — 1866. Date of Citation:11 Sep 2001

72 Ibid, Wilson Admons — 1866. Date of Citation:12 Sep 2001 KITSON The Reverend Robert Charles 7 August
Effect under £5,000
The Will of the Rev Robert Charles Kitson late of Dean Prior in the County of Devon Clerk deceased who died 25 March 1866 at Dean Prior aforesaid was proved at Exeter by the oath of Henrietta Ley Kitson of Bovey Tracey in the County aforesaid Spinster the Sister the sole Executrix.

73 Church Registers of India, (Extracts of Indian church registers for the areas Bengal, Bombay and Madras are held in the British Library, London), Calcutta Baptisms - 1798.

74 Ibid, Calcutta Baptisms - 1798. Date of Citation:15 Aug 2000 1798
Jan 12th - Joshua Reynolds Son of Wm. Johnson Esq. & Anna Maria Theresia his wife born 8th Sept. 1797.

75 Joseph Foster Hon. M.A. Oxon, Alumni Oxonienses - 1715-1886, (James Parker & Co, London - 1891), Vol. II, Page 757. Date of Citation:18 Aug 2000

76 Grave Stone, St Mary's Churchyard, Rattery, Devon. Date of Citation:10 Sep 2001 SCARED
To The Memory Of
The Rev Joshua Reynolds
Johnson
the 13th December 1841.

77 Ibid, St Mary's Churchyard, Rattery, Devon. Date of Citation:10 Sep 2001 SCARED
To The Memory Of
Theresa Johnson sister of the
Rev Joshua Reynolds Johnson
Born September 9th 1799
Died January 14th 1875.

78 The North Devon Journal, (Published at Barnstable) Recorded Date:5 Dec 2000, July 31, 1851 — Page 5 — DEATHS. At Okehampton, on Saturday last, after a short illness, Anthony William Johnson Deane, Esq., formerly of Webbery, in this country, aged 51.

79 Joseph Foster Hon. M.A. Oxon, Alumni Oxonienses - 1715-1886, (James Parker & Co, London - 1891), Vol. II, page 501. —
Furse, Rev. Peter (Wellington), s. Philip, of Dolton, Devon, arm. EXETER COLL., matric. 1 April, 1773, aged 17; B.A. 1776, M.A. 1784, died 8 Feb., 1832, father of John H. 1812.

80 Church Plaque, St Edmund's Church, Dolton, Devon. —
In the family vault beneath are interred the mortal remains of Peter Wellington Furse, clerk, who died Feb VIII, MDCCCXXXVII aged LXXVI. Also of Mary his wife who died Dec X. MDCCCXLVI aged LXXXVI.
This tablet was erected to their pious memory by their son John Henry Furse.
—
John Henry Furse son of P.W. and Mary Furse died Aug I. MDCCCLIV aged LIX.

81 The North Devon Journal, (Published at Barnstable) Recorded Date:5 Dec 2000, August 7,1851 — Page 3 — DEATHS. Date of Citation:5 Dec 2000 July 30, at Sidmouth, aged 61, Thereza (sic), wife of C. W. Johnson, Esq., Great Torrington.

82 Ibid, September 28, 1854 — Page 8, Torrington notes. Date of Citation:19 Dec 2000

83 Inland Revenue, Details on IR26 held by FRC, London, IR26 Reel 2001 Folio No. 922. —
The Will of Charles William Johnson of Great Torrington Devonshire Esquire who died the 21st day of September 1854 was proved at the Prerogative Court Canterbury on 1st November 1854 by William Johnson of the College Eton Bucks. Esquire. Personal estate £14000.

84 Joseph Foster Hon. M.A. Oxon, Alumni Oxonienses - 1715-1886, (James Parker & Co, London - 1891), Vol. II, page 501. —
Furse, John Henry, s. Peter Wellington, of Halsdon, near Torrington, Devon, cler. EXETER COLL., matric.1 Feb., 1812, aged 17; B.A. 1816, of Halsdon aforesaid, died 1 Aug. 1854. See Eton School Lists.

85 The North Devon Journal, (Published at Barnstable) Recorded Date:5 Dec 2000, August 8, 1854 — Page 8 — DEATHS. Date of Citation:5 Dec 2000 1st inst. at Halsdon, Dolton, after a very short illness J. H. Furse, Esq., aged 59.

86 Church Plaque, St Edmund's Church, Dolton.

87 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, International Genealogical Index, Sealing.

88 J. A. Venn, Litt.D., F.S.A., Alumni Cantabrigienses - Part II 1751 to 1886, (Cambridge - At the University Press - 1944 and 1947), Vol. VI, page 616.

89 Frederic Thomas Colby, D.D., F.S.A., Pedigrees of five Devonshire families - Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson., (Printed for private circulation in Exeter by William Pollard, North Street. 1884), Johnson family - Page 28. Date of Citation:17 Aug 2000

90 W. R. O'Byrne, Naval Biographical Dictionary Recorded Date:6 Sep 2000.

91 Frederic Thomas Colby, D.D., F.S.A., Pedigrees of five Devonshire families - Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson., (Printed for private circulation in Exeter by William Pollard, North Street. 1884), Palmer family.

92 Parish Registers of England and Wales, Great Torrington. —
Baptisms - 1752 Nov 7th —
John son of Mr John Palmer and Mary his wife.

93 Frederic Thomas Colby, D.D., F.S.A., Pedigrees of five Devonshire families - Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson., (Printed for private circulation in Exeter by William Pollard, North Street. 1884), Palmer family - Page 19. Date of Citation:17 Aug 2000

94 Ibid, Palmer family - Page 20. Date of Citation:17 Aug 2000

95 Ibid, Palmer family - Page 21. Date of Citation:17 Aug 2000

96 John James Alexander & Walter Richard Hooper, The History of Great Torrington in the County of Devon (British Library - Shelfmark: 10368.v.15.), (1948 - Advance Studio, Sutton) Recorded Date:19 Feb 2001, Page 185. Date of Citation:19 Feb 2001 "John Palmer's grandson, Sir James Frederick Palmer, born 1804, added a glossary, published in 1837; he was first president of the Legislative Council of Victoria, Australia, 1856, and died in Melbourne, 1871. His portrait hangs in the Town Hall at Torrington, presented to the Corporation by Sir Robert Edgcumbe.".

97 Frederic Thomas Colby, D.D., F.S.A., Pedigrees of five Devonshire families - Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson., (Printed for private circulation in Exeter by William Pollard, North Street. 1884), Colby family - Page 2. Date of Citation:17 Aug 2000

98 The North Devon Journal, (Published at Barnstable) Recorded Date:5 Dec 2000, October 5, 1848 — Page 3 - Marriages. Date of Citation:23 Feb 2001 Sep. 30th, at Wear Gifford by the Rev. Charles Palmer, Edward Pearce, Esq., of Dorchester, to Clara Jane, daughter of the late Rev. John Palmer, of Great Torrington.

99 John James Alexander & Walter Richard Hooper, The History of Great Torrington in the County of Devon (British Library - Shelfmark: 10368.v.15.), (1948 - Advance Studio, Sutton) Recorded Date:19 Feb 2001, Page 109. Date of Citation:19 Feb 2001

100 Richard James Green (1880-1978), Richard Green's papers, (Richard Green's genealogical notes and papers now (1999) in the possession of Mrs J R C Marston (née Green).), Vidal family research.

101 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons - 1902. Date of Citation:7 Aug 2000

102 Ibid, Wills and Admons - 1902. Date of Citation:7 Aug 2000 JOHNSON Sarah Elizabeth of 4 Victoria-street Englefield Green Staines Surrey spinster died 1 October 1902 at Burridge Sunningdale Berkshire Probate London 28 October to the reverend Francis Furse Vidal and the reverend Edward Daniel Stone clerks. Effects: £2585 9s 3d.

103 Various, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Pages 555 and 556.

104 William Cory, William Cory's private letters, (William Cory's unpublished letters to members of his family now in the possession of Eton College library.), Letters to his parents. Date of Citation:17 Jul 2000

105 Faith Compton Mackenzie, As Much As I Dare - An autobiography, (Collins 48 Pall Mall, London. 1938), Pgaes 77. Date of Citation:17 Jul 2000

106 Susan McKernan, Editor's Introduction to the 1990 edition of "Bengala or Some Time Ago" by Mary Theresa Vidal, (Published by New South Wales University Press, PO Box 1 Kensington NSW in 1990. Susan McKernan edited a re-issued version of "Bengala or Some Time Ago"), Pages xiii to xxxi and Pages 441 & 442. Date of Citation:17 Jul 2000

107 Faith Compton Mackenzie, As Much As I Dare - An autobiography, (Collins 48 Pall Mall, London. 1938), Page 18.

108 Exeter Flying Post, (Published in Exeter by Trewman), 1835, May 7 - Married. April 25 at Great Torrington, the Rev. Francis Vidal, to Mary Theresa, eldest daughter of Chas. Wm. Johnson Esq., of Great Torrington.

109 Unknown, Vidal Bible transcript, (Entries in George Vidal's family bible).

110 The Church Times, Clerical Obituary - June 22nd, 1884. VIDAL — On 20th inst., the Rev. Francis Vidal, Vicar of Sutton, Suffolk, at Bath, aged 78.

111 The Bury and Norwich Post and Suffolk Herald, July 1, 1884 - Clerical Obituaries.

112 Grave Stone, Sutton Church.

113 J. A. Venn, Litt.D., F.S.A., Alumni Cantabrigienses - Part II 1751 to 1886, (Cambridge - At the University Press - 1944 and 1947), Vol VI - Page 290. VIDAL, FRANCIS. Adm. pens. (aged 21) at CAIUS, May 31, 1827. S. of John James of Clifton, Bristol. B. in Jamaica [Nov. 26, 1805] Schools, Camberwell and Eton. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831; M.A. 1863. Ord. deacon (Gloucester, for Exeter) 1831; priest (Exeter) 1832. Sometime S.P.G. Missionary in Australia. A Dominie at Eton, 1847-65. P.C. of Beachley, Gloucs., 1866-8. V. of Sutton, 1872-84. Married Mary T. dau. of C. W. Johnson, of Great Torrington, Devon. Died June 20, 1884 at Bath. Brother of George (1834); father of the next [Francis Furse Vidal] and Leonard H. (1876). (Eton Sch. Lists; Clergy List; Crockford; Venn, II. 202; Sir W. Sterry; Burke, L.G.)

114 Eton List, (Published each year originally and later each half [term]. It listed the Fellows, Staff and boys giving the latter's form.), 1822 and 1823.

115 Faith Compton Mackenzie, As Much As I Dare - An autobiography, (Collins 48 Pall Mall, London. 1938), Page 70. ".........he was sent to Eton with the largest pocket-money known to boy......".

116 J. A. Venn, Litt.D., F.S.A., Alumni Cantabrigienses - Part II 1751 to 1886, (Cambridge - At the University Press - 1944 and 1947), Vol VI - Page 290.

117 Crockford's Clerical Directory, 1884 Directory - Page 1248.

118 Faith Compton Mackenzie, As Much As I Dare - An autobiography, (Collins 48 Pall Mall, London. 1938), Page 71.

119 The Australian, (Published - Sydney), Index - 1824-1842. Date of Citation:22 Apr 2000 VIDAL Rev. Francis, Lady & three children arrived Sydney Feb. 25 in
Barque " Earl Grey" from Plymouth.

120 Arthur Wilcox Manning, Journal of a Voyage from Plymouth to Sydney in the ship Earl Grey - 27/10/1839— 25/02/1840, Various pages -- see Detail Text. Date of Citation:8 Jul 2000 Page 124 — "... one of Mr Vidal's men.... I wish him joy of the man as he is a most insolent fellow continually getting tipsy"

Page 163 — "... One of Mrs. Francis Vidal's servants is a very ill of fever, but is rather better today".

Page 106 — died leaving "... pregnant widow with two children without a sixpence".

Page 51 — Manning suspects that the 'tea party' was "... in fact an exercise in gambling, drinking and playing cards".

Page 141 — "Matters have come to a great pitch and the word duel has more than once been heard to pass between ' friends ' of the principals".

121 N.S.W. Government - Church of England Returns. Date of Citation:28 May 2000 Name of Rector Living Parsonage Church Situated
1844 Rev. F. Vidal
Date of Appt. 19. 6. 1844 £150 Denham Court, Liverpool
to 14th Jan. 1845 - Left the colony.

122 N.S.W. Government Gazette, Feb 1841. Date of Citation:28 May 2000 Colonial Secretarys Office 10th. Feb. 1841
Savings Bank N.S.W. His Excellency has been pleased to appoint the following Gentlemen to act as trustees for the receipts of deposits for the district of Penrith: Sir John Jamison, Robert Copeland, Lethbridge Esq., George Cox Esq., Henry Cox Esq., Charles Sims Esq. The Rev. Francis Vidal.

123 Susan McKernan, Editor's Introduction to the 1990 edition of "Bengala or Some Time Ago" by Mary Theresa Vidal, (Published by New South Wales University Press, PO Box 1 Kensington NSW in 1990. Susan McKernan edited a re-issued version of "Bengala or Some Time Ago"), Pages xiv to xvii. Date of Citation:15 Jul 2000

124 Society for the Propagation of the Gospel Archives, (Details of Register entries provided to J R U Green by the Archivist, Catherine Wakeling, on 17 July 1999.), Francis Vidal's records.

125 Shipping Departures, Sydney - 1845. Date of Citation:22 Apr 2000 Jan 22 1845 — Pestonjee Boomanje barque Captain Binnie for London
Passengers Rev. T Vidal, Mrs Vidal and 5 children, Rev. G. Vidal, Lieutenant Still R.N., Dr Osburne R.N., Mrs Christal and child, Mr. Haye, Mr. P. Faires and Mrs Faires.

126 Eton College, Eton School Register, (Spottiswoode & Co, Eton. Various publication dates between 1903 and 1910 depending on volume.), Parts I to III.

127 Faith Compton Mackenzie, As Much As I Dare - An autobiography, (Collins 48 Pall Mall, London. 1938), Page 77.

128 Copy of Will, 3 December, 1881.

129 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons - 1884. VIDAL The Reverend Francis 26 July
Personal Estate £17,055 9s.
The Will of the Reverend Francis Vidal of Sutton in the County of Suffolk, Clerk who died 26 June 1884 at 29 Royal-crescent, Bath in the County of Somerset was proved at the Principal Registry by the Reverend Francis Furse Vidal of Creeting in the County of Suffolk, Clerk, the son, the sole Executor.

130 Joseph Foster Hon. M.A. Oxon, Alumni Oxonienses - 1715-1886, (James Parker & Co, London - 1891), Vol. II, page 501. —
Furse, Charles Wellington, 1s. Charles William Johnson, of Great Torrington, Devon, arm. BALLIOL COLL., matric. 22 March 1839, aged 17; B.A.1847, M.A. 1853, of Halsdon House, North Devon, assumed the surname of FURSE in lieu of his patronymic in 1854, a canon of Christ Church 1873-83, vicar of Staines, Middlesex, 1863-1873, principal of Cuddesdon College, vicar of Cuddesdon, rector of St. John the Evangelist, Westminister, 1883.

131 Vidal family papers, (An collection John and Julia Vidal's papers now held [1999] by Mrs J R C Marston, née Green.)

132 The Times, (London), August 3, 1900. FURSE. — On the 2nd Aug., at 1, Abbey-gardens, Westminster, the REVD. CHARLES WELLINGTON FURSE, M.A., Canon and Archdeacon of Westminster.

133 Ibid, 6th August 1900 - Page 7.

134 Ibid, January 10, 1880 — Page 1, Col. A — Marriages. Date of Citation:10 Jul 2001 On Wednesday, the 7th Jan., at Glympton parish church, by the Rev. Canon Butler, Vicar of Wantage, assisted by the Rev. C. M. Bartholomew, Rector of the parish, the Rev. Canon FURSE, Vicar of Cuddesdon, and Principal of the Oxford Diocesan Theological College, to GERTRUDE LOUISA, third daughter of HENRY BARNETT, of Glympton Park, Esq.

135 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons - 1892.

136 HM Office for National Statistics, General Register Index, Qrt Dec 1853 — Marriages. Date of Citation:1 Mar 2001 Deane Charles Johson Anthony - St G. Hanover Sq 1a 368
Johnson Ellen Furse ---------- ditto ------------.

137 Church Registers of India, (Extracts of Indian church registers for the areas Bengal, Bombay and Madras are held in the British Library, London), Calcutta Baptisms - 1798. Date of Citation:15 Aug 2000 1798
Jan 12th - Joshua Reynolds Son of Wm. Johnson Esq. & Anna Maria Theresia his wife born 8th Sept. 1797.

138 Church Plaque, Plaque listing the Incumbents of the parish of St Mary, Rattery. Date of Citation:10 Sep 2001 34 | Joshua Reynolds Johnson M.A. | 1836-1841 | [Donor of Living:] Dame Elizabeth Carew of Marley.

139 National Census, 1851. Date of Citation:12 Sep 2001

140 Parish Registers of England and Wales, Cheshunt Parish Church, Hertfordshire — Register of Baptisms. Date of Citation:23 Oct 2001 November 1812
6th - Sophia Harriette of Charles Elton Prescott Esq. and Laetitia Elizabeth his wife — [b.] 26 Augt.

141 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons — 1892. Date of Citation:23 Oct 2001

142 Ibid, Wills and Admons — 1892. Date of Citation:23 Oct 2001 JOHNSON Sophia Harriette of Little Broomborough Totnes Devon widow died 11 November 1891 Administration London ??? to Anna Maria Theresa Johnson spinster. Effects: £212 11s 5d.

143 Ibid, Wills and Admons — 1915. Date of Citation:23 Oct 2001

144 Ibid, Wills and Admons — 1915. Date of Citation:23 Oct 2001 JOHNSON Anna Maria Theresa of 3 Radnor-terrace Totnes Devonshire spinster died 16 May 1915 Probate Exeter 5 October to Florence Mary Sophia Jesse and Florence Minnie Bond spinsters. Effects: £6889 8s 11d.

145 Richard Aylmer, The Reynolds Connection, (Published privately by Richard Aylmer of Oxford) Recorded Date:1 Mar 2001, Johnson family details. Date of Citation:1 Mar 2001

146 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons — 1884. Date of Citation:11 Sep 2001

147 HM Office for National Statistics, General Register Index, Qrt Sept, 1884. Date of Citation:11 Sep 2001 Johnson William, 44, Exeter 5b 60.

148 Richard Aylmer, The Reynolds Connection, (Richard Aylmer has compiled a collection of photographs and family notes about the co-lateral descendants of Sir Joshua Reynolds of which he is one. It was first published in 1998 and addtions, are made, from time to time, as more material comes to light.) Recorded Date:14 Mar 2001, Johnson family details. Date of Citation:1 Mar 2001

149 David Manning — The Subject Pictures Catalogued by Martin Postle, Sir Joshua Reynolds — A Complete Catalogue of his Paintings, (Yale University Press — 2000) Recorded Date:15 Mar 2001, Tex t— Page 283 Entry No: 1018. Date of Citation:12 Sep 2001

150 Joseph Foster Hon. M.A. Oxon, Alumni Oxonienses - 1715-1886, (James Parker & Co, London - 1891), Vol. II Page 758. Date of Citation:24 Sep 2001 Johnson, William 1s of Joshua Reynolds, of Rattery, Devon, cler. EXETER COLL., matric. 22 Jan., 1858, aged 17.

151 Crockford's Clerical Directory, 1884 edition.

152 Ibid, 1884 edition. Date of Citation:24 Sep 2001 Johnson William 119 East Southernhay, Exeter. New Inn Hall, Ox. B.A. 1863, M.A. 1873. d[eacon] 1871, p[riest] 1872 by Bp of Ex. Formerly C. of Heavitree 1871-74; St John, Torquay, 1874-75; Allhallows-on-the-Walls, Ex. 1875-82.

153 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons — 1884. Date of Citation:12 Sep 2001 JOHNSON The Reverend William 29 September
Personal Estate £637 2s 8d
Resworn £2246. 2. 8
The Will of the Reverend William Johnson formerly of Totnes in the County of Devon but lately of East Southernhay in the City of Exeter Clerk who died 31 July 1884 at East Southernhay was proved at Exeter by Frances Helen Johnson of 19 East Southernhay Widow the Relict the sole Executrix.

154 National Census, 1881 — RG11/2149/8. Date of Citation:12 Sep 2001 Exeter St Sidwell
19 East Southernhay
William Johnson, Head, M, 41, M[ale], Devon
Francis E. ditto, Wife, M, 39, F, -------------

+ 2 Servants.

155 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Adoms - 1881. Date of Citation:10 Jul 2000 DEANE Charles Johnson Anthony 29 November
Personal Estate £400 19s. 5d.
The Will of Charles Johnson Anthony Deane formerly of St George's_place Canterbury but later of 9 Bouverie_square Folkestone both in the Country of Kent a retired Major in Her Majesty's Indian Service who died 17 October 1881 at 9 Bouverie_square was proved at the Principal Registry by Ellen Furse Deane of 9 Bouverie_square widow the Relict the sole Executrix.

156 Ibid, Wills and Adoms - 1912. Date of Citation:10 Jul 2000 DEANE Ellen Furse of 44 Cheriton_road Folkestone widow died 14 June 1912 Probate 25 July 2 Alexander Nelson Radcliffe solicitor. Effects £178 2s. 11d.

157 Joseph Foster Hon. M.A. Oxon, Alumni Oxonienses - 1715-1886, (James Parker & Co, London - 1891), Vol IV, Page 1628.

158 The Times, (London), December 23, 1902.

159 Ibid, December 23, 1902. Date of Citation:15 May 2000 RADCLIFFE. — On 22nd inst., at 39 Cambridge-terrace, Hyde-park, FANNY JOHNSON, widow of JOHN ALEXANDER RADCLIFFE, and eldest daughter of the late William Johnson Yonge, formerly Rector of Rockbourne, Hants.

160 Frederic Thomas Colby, D.D., F.S.A., Pedigrees of five Devonshire families - Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson., (Printed for private circulation in Exeter by William Pollard, North Street. 1884), Johnson family - Page 30. Date of Citation:15 Aug 2000

161 Ibid, Johnson family - Page 30. Date of Citation:17 Aug 2000

162 J. A. Venn, Litt.D., F.S.A., Alumni Cantabrigienses - Part II 1751 to 1886, (Cambridge - At the University Press - 1944 and 1947), Vol. II, Page 316. Date of Citation:18 Aug 2000

163 Ibid, Vol. IV, Page 443. Date of Citation:18 Aug 2000

164 Frederic Thomas Colby, D.D., F.S.A., Pedigrees of five Devonshire families - Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson., (Printed for private circulation in Exeter by William Pollard, North Street. 1884), Johnson family - Page 28. Date of Citation:19 Aug 2000

165 Who Was Who, 1897-1915. Date of Citation:4 Mar 2001

166 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons - 1900. 1900
FURSE the venerable Charles Wellington Furse of Halsdon Devonshire and of 1 Abbey-garden Westminster Middlesex died 2 August 1900 at 1 Abbey-garden Probate London 4 September to John Henry Monsell Furse esquire and Bolton James Alfred Monsell retired colonel H.M. army. Effects: £19594 4s 6d. Resworn Jan 1902 £20246-7-11 and £20297-12- 4.

167 Ibid, Wills and Admons - 1885.

168 Ibid, Wills and Admons - 1885. —
FURSE Jane Diana 16 December
Personal Estate £1,000
Administration of the Personal Estate of Jane Diana Furse (wife of the Reverend Charles Wellington Furse clerk) late of Cuddesdon the the County of Oxford who died 20 March 1877 at Cuddesdon was granted at the Principal Registry to the said Reverend Charles Wellington Furse of 1 Abbey-garden in the City of Westminster Canon of Westminster.

169 The Times, (London), March 2, 1859 — Page 1, Col. A — Marriages. Date of Citation:10 Jul 2001 On 24th Feb., in the parish church of Bonchurch, Isle of Wight, by the Hon. and Rev. Charles A. Harris, assisted by Rev. C. Ellis, the Rev. C. Wellington Furse of Halsdon House, North Devon, to Jane Diana, second daughter of the Rev. John Monsell, LL.D., Vicar of Egham, Surrey.

170 Joseph Foster Hon. M.A. Oxon, Alumni Oxonienses - 1715-1886, (James Parker & Co, London - 1891), Vol. II, Page 501. Furse, John Henry Monsell, 1s. Charles Wellington, of Egham Surrey, cler. TRINITY COLL., matric. 25 Jan., 1879, aged 18.

171 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons - 1950. —
FURSE John Henry Monsell of Halsdon Dolton Devonshire died 5 April 1950 Probate London 15 June to Ralph Dolignon Furse K.C.M.G. D.S.O. retired major H.M. army. Effects: £31116 11s 2d.

172 The Times, (London), December 18, 1886 - Marriages. Date of Citation:15 May 2000 On the 16th Dec., 1886, in Westminster Abbey, by the Rev. Canon Furse, assisted by the Rev. W. F. Norris, Vicar of Shirburn, F. H. MONSELL FURSE to ETHEL, only surviving daughter of the Rev. J. W. DOLIGNON, Rector of Cockley Clay, Norfolk.

173 Church Plaque, St. Edmund's Church, Dolton. —
In loving memory of Ethel Dolignon first wife of John Henry Furse & mother of Ralph. Born in 1856 - Married in 1866 - Died in 1887.

174 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and ADmons - 1888.

175 Ibid, Wills and Admons - 1888. —
FURSE Ethel 26 January
Personal Estate £289 3s 2d
Administration of the Personal Estate of Ethel Furse (wife of John Henry Monsell Furse) late of 8 Gloucster-street Warwick square in the County of Middlesex who died 10 October 1887 at 8 Gloucester-street was granted at the Principal Registry to the said John Henry Monsell Furse of 1 Abbey-garden Westminster in the said County esquire.

176 Church Plaque, St Edmind's Church, Dolton, Devon. — In loving rememberance of Evelyn - 1874 - 1963 - widow of Hubert Eaton and of J H M Furse - Faithful unto death.

177 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons — 1963. FURSE Eveyln Mary of Vine House Sturminster Newton Dorset widow died 18 March 1963 at Yeatman Hospital Sherborne Dorset Probate London 10 July to Anthony Rising Baxter company director and Peter Ronald Lethbridge Charrington farmer. Effects £30,983 12s.

178 R & T Vidal's data base, (Over several years Rosemary and Ted Vidal have built a substantial data base of Vidal family information from John Henry Vidal's Black Book and from family details provided by living Vidal relatives world wide. They have not researched or cross-checked any of this information themselves.)

179 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons — 1939. Date of Citation:1 Feb 2001 MAUD Elizabeth Diana of 140 Clarence-road St Albans Hertfordshire widow died 7 February 1939 Administration (with Will) London 22 March to Jeanie Monsell Bateman Champain (wife of the right reverend John Norman Bateman-Champain clerk) and John Primatt Redcliffe Maud university teacher. Effects £5943 4s 11d.

180 Ibid, Wills and Admons — 1952. Date of Citation:2 Feb 2001 ABRAHAM Mary Theresa of the Manor Upton Noble Bath widow died 7 April 1952 Probate London 27 June to Jeannie Furse Abraham spinster. Effects £1176 0s 11d.

181 Ibid, Wills and Admons - 1953.

182 Grave Stone, All Saints Church, Cuddesdon, Oxon. Date of Citation:7 Mar 2001 Here lie
William Thomas Furse, Knt.
1865-1953
And his wife
Jean Adelaide
1874-1954

I in thy heart have dwelling
And thou hast in mine forever.

183 Who Was Who, 1951-1960. Date of Citation:4 Mar 2001

184 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons - 1953. FURSE sir William Thomas K.C.B. K.C.M.G. D.S.O. of 43 Worminghall Aylesbury died 31 May 1953 Probate London 7 September to dame Jean Adelaide Furse O.B.E. widow and Roger Kemble Furse artist. Effects: £517 7s 9d.

185 Ibid, Wills and Admons - 1904.

186 Ibid, Wills and Admons - 1904. —
FURSE Charles Wellington of Yockley-house Camberley Surrey died 16 October 1904 Administration London 14 December to Katharine Furse widow. Effects: £3184 5s.

187 Church Plaque, All Saints Church, Cuddesdon, Oxon. Date of Citation:14 Jul 2001 IN MEMORY OF
GODS SOLDIER AND SERVANT
MICHAEL BOLTON FURSE
KCMG DD
12 OCTOBER 1870 18 JUNE 1955
Son of Archdeacon Charles Wellington Furse
Scholar of ETON COLLEGE Fellow & Dean
of TRINITY COLLEGE OXFORD Archdeacon
of JOHANNESBURG Bishop of PRETORIA
Bishop of ST ALBANS PRELATE of THE
ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE
NEC DESIT VIRTUS.

188 The Church Times, July 1, 1955 — Page 13. Date of Citation:1 Mar 2001

189 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons — 1955. Date of Citation:2 Feb 2001 FURSE the right reverend Michael Bolton K. C. M. G. of Framland Challow-road Wantage Berkshire clerk died 18 June 1955 Probate London 12 November to sir Ralph Dolignon Furse K. C. M. G. D. S. O. and Alexander Henry Melvill Wedderburn barrister at law. Effects £7334 4s 9d.

190 Ibid, Wills and Admons — 1961. Date of Citation:2 Feb 2001 LUBBOCK Edith of Flat 6 17-21 Sloane Court West London S. W. 3 widow died 14 December 1960 Probate London 17 February to Michael Ronald Lubbock company director. Effects £13429 14s 3d.

191 Charles Hillman, Charles Hillman's Genealogy Pages, (Published on www 2001) Recorded Date:9 Jul 2001, Barnett family details. Date of Citation:9 Jul 2001

192 The Times, (London), March 7, 1912 - Deaths. Date of Citation:15 May 2000

193 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons — 1912. Date of Citation:1 Feb 2001 FURSE Gertrude Louisa of Markham House Wokingham Berkshire widow died 6 March 1912 Probate London 1 May to Herbert Reynolds Furse esquire. Effects £5182 18s 6d.

194 Ibid, Wills and Admons — 1911. Date of Citation:1 Feb 2001 FURSE Katharine of Wokingham Berkshire spinster died 8 July 1911 at Halsden (sic) Great Torrington Devonshire Probate London 29 August to Gertrude Louisa Furse widow. Effects £2580 7s 4d.

195 Ibid, Wills and Admons — 1956. Date of Citation:2 Feb 2001 FURSE Herbert Reynolds of Westwood Haines Hill Taunton died 25 February 1956 Administration London 28 March to Catharine Ann Furse widow. Effects £262 4s.

196 J. A. Venn, Litt.D., F.S.A., Alumni Cantabrigienses - Part II 1751 to 1886, (Cambridge - At the University Press - 1944 and 1947), Vol. III - Page 585. JOHNSON [post CORY], WILLIAM. Adm. at KING'S, a scholar from Eton, Feb. 24, 1842. [2nd] s. of Charles [William], of Torrington, Devon [connected with Sir Joshua Reynolds]. B. there Jan. 9, 1823. Matric. Easter, 1842; Chancellor's English medal, 1843; Craven Scholar, 1844; Camden medal 1844; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849; Fellow, 1845-72. Assistant Master at Eton, 1845-72, where Lord Rosebery was one of his pupils. ' He will long be remembered as the most brilliant Eton tutor of his day' (G. W. Prothero, 'Memoir of Henry Bradshaw'). Took a leading part in the throwing open of King's, 1861-5, and contributed generously towards the creation of a fund for Exhibitions in Natural Sciences. Assumed the name of Cory, by deed poll, Oct. 17, 1872. Two years after inheriting an estate at Haldon, Devon, he resigned his fellowship of King's, and retired from Eton. Went to Madeira for the sake of his health and married there, in 1878, Rosa Caroline, dau. of the Rev. George de Carteret Guille, R. of Little Torrington, Devon, and had issue, a son. Returned to England, 1882, and resided in Hampstead, where he gave 'oral classical instruction' to ladies 'for his own sake as well as theirs.' Very short-sighted, he is said to have pursued a hen down Windsor Hill, under the belief she was his own lost hat. Died June 11, 1892, at 4, Pilgrim's lane, Hampstead. Author, Poems (Latin and Greek verse), 'A Guide to Modern English History from 1815 to 1835'. A volume of extracts from his letters and journals was published by the Oxford University Press in 1897. (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; H. S. Salt, 'Memories of Bygone Eton,' Chap. xiv.)

197 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons - 1892. CORY William of 4 Rosslyn Villas Pilgrims Lane Hampstead Middlesex died 11 June 1892 Probate London 9 August to Sir Ronald Knyvet Wilson baronet. Effects: £10410 6s 10d.

198 Faith Compton Mackenzie, William Cory - a Biography, (Constable, London - 1950), Page 97.

199 Frederic Thomas Colby, D.D., F.S.A., Pedigrees of five Devonshire families - Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson., (Printed for private circulation in Exeter by William Pollard, North Street. 1884), Johnson family - Page 34. Date of Citation:17 Aug 2000

200 Joseph Foster Hon. M.A. Oxon, Alumni Oxonienses - 1715-1886, (James Parker & Co, London - 1891), Vol. I, Page 377. Date of Citation:18 Aug 2000

201 Probate Court, Calendar of Grants of Probate and Administration, Wills and Admons - 1888. —
FURSE Ethel 26 January
Personal Estate £289 3s 2d
Administration of the Personal Estate of Ethel Furse (wife of John Henry Monsell Furse) late of 8 Gloucster-street Warwick square in the County of Middlesex who died 10 October 1887 at 8 Gloucester-street was granted at the Principal Registry to the said John Henry Monsell Furse of 1 Abbey-garden Westminster in the said County esquire.


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