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William Dowling

M, #14926, b. before 1856, d. DECEASED
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Father*Wilfred Dyonisius Dowling (b. 12 April 1822, d. 4 January 1855)
Mother*Kate Arnold (b. 1827, d. DECEASED)
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Vital Facts

DeathWilliam Dowling died DECEASED.
BirthHe was born before 1856.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1856
    Birth
    Before 1856

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study William Dowling has the reference number 14926.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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William Henry Dowling

M, #14927, b. 4 May 1825, d. 5 November 1854
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Father*Joseph Rawlins Dowling (b. 1794, d. 24 August 1845)
Mother*Harriet Fox (b. 1796, d. 1855)
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Vital Facts

BirthWilliam Henry Dowling was born on 4 May 1825 in Clifton, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England.1,2
DeathHe died on 5 November 1854, in Sevastopol, Ukraine. Note: Age: 29; Battle of Inkerman (now in Ukraine); Killed in action at the Sandbag Battery, only officer of Regiment killed in the war.3,4,1
BurialHe was buried on 6 November 1854 in Sevastopol, Ukraine, Cathcart's Hill: "Sacred to the memory of W.H. Dowling Esq Lieut XX Regt who was killed at Inkerman 5th November 1854."3


Census Summary

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Name William Hy Dowling
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 1 January and 31 March 1851 | Montreal, Canada
    Posting.
    Citation: 5
  • Military
    Between 1 January and 31 March 1851 | Montreal, Canada
    Regiment or unit: 20th (The East Devonshire) Regiment Of Foot Of Foot.
    Citation: 5
  • Military
    Between 1 January and 31 March 1851 | Montreal, Canada
    Rank: Lieutenant.
    Citation: 5
  • Military
    Between 21 September and 5 November 1854 | Crimea, UkraineG
    Joined Unit (after Battle of Alma.)
    Citations: 3,1
  • 1824
    Birth
    1824
    Citation: 3
  • 1825
    Birth
    4 May 1825 | Clifton, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
    Citations: 1,2
  • 18250
    Baptism
    20 September 1825 | Bristol, Gloucestershire, EnglandG
    William Henry Dowling was baptised on 20 September 1825 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, EnglandG.
    Citation: 2
  • 18250
    Religious Affiliation
    20 September 1825 | EnglandG
    Anglican / Church of England on 20 September 1825 in EnglandG.
    Citation: 2
  • 1843
    Residence
    Before 20 October 1843
  • 184318
    Military
    20 October 1843
    Rank: Ensign at £3 per annum.
    Citation: 6
  • 184318
    Military
    20 October 1843
    Rank: Ensign; Without Purchase; Campaign in the Crimea against Russia.
    Citation: 1
  • 184318
    Military
    20 October 1843
    Age: 18 years 6 months; Enlistment.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 20 October 1843 and May 1854
    Unit: 20th Regiment of Foot (East Devonshire.)
    Citations: 3,4,1
  • Military
    Between 20 October 1843 and 5 November 1854
    Service: British Army.
    Citations: 3,4,6,1
  • Military
    Between 2 June 1844 and 20 November 1845 | Bermuda
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 20 November 1845 and 11 May 1847 | Bermuda
    Citation: 1
  • 184621
    Military
    8 September 1846
    Rank: Lieutenant; Without purchase; The Alma to Balaklava, seige of Sebastapol.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 12 May 1847 and 24 July 1850 | North America
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 1 December 1848 and 31 March 1850
    Acting Pay, to Reserve Battalion; Without purchase.
    Citation: 1
  • 185024
    Military
    1 April 1850
    Rank: Lieutenant.
    Citation: 1
  • Military
    Between 20 October 1852 and 6 July 1853 | North America
    Citation: 1
  • TIMELINE
    Between 16 October 1853 and 30 March 1856 | Crimea, UkraineG
    Battle of Crimea; between Russia and an ultimately victorious alliance of the Ottoman Empire, France, the United Kingdom and Sardinia-Piedmont. in Crimea, UkraineG, on between 16 October 1853 and 30 March 1856.
  • Award of Medal
    Between 1854 and 1856
    Medal: Crimea 1854-56 with 3 clasps: Balaklava, Inkermann and Sebastopol in on between 1854 and 1856.
    Citation: 3
  • 1854~29
    Military
    May 1854
    Rank: Lieutenant.
    Citations: 3,4
  • 1854~29
    Military
    May 1854
    Joined Regiment.
    Citation: 3
  • 185429
    TIMELINE
    20 September 1854 | Alma, Ukraine
    Battle of the Alma (short for Battle of the Alma River) was a battle in the Crimean War between an allied expeditionary force (made up of French, British, and Ottoman forces) and Russian forces defending the Crimean Peninsula in Alma, Ukraine, on 20 September 1854.
  • 185429
    TIMELINE
    5 November 1854 | Inkerman, Crimea, UkraineG
    The Battle of Inkerman fought during the Crimean War between the allied armies of Britain and France against the Imperial Russian Army. The battle broke the will of the Russian Army to defeat the allies in the field, and was followed by the Siege of Sevastopol. The role of troops fighting mostly on their own initiative due to the foggy conditions during the battle has earned the engagement the name "The Soldier's Battle." in Inkerman, Crimea, UkraineG, on 5 November 1854.

Events - Death & Burial

  • 185429
    Death
    5 November 1854 | Sevastopol, Ukraine
    William Henry Dowling died on 5 November 1854, in Sevastopol, Ukraine. Note: Age: 29; Battle of Inkerman (now in Ukraine); Killed in action at the Sandbag Battery, only officer of Regiment killed in the war.
    Cause: Shot through head; killed in action
    Citations: 3,4,1
  • 1854
    Burial
    6 November 1854 | Sevastopol, Ukraine
    He was buried on 6 November 1854 in Sevastopol, Ukraine, Cathcart's Hill: "Sacred to the memory of W.H. Dowling Esq Lieut XX Regt who was killed at Inkerman 5th November 1854."
    Citation: 3

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • NOTABLE
    William Henry Dowling fell at the Battle of Inkerman in 1864.
  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study William Henry Dowling has the reference number 14927.
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Source: Wikipedia 2009

The Battle of Inkerman, a battle of the Crimean War, was fought on November 5, 1854 and resulted in a British and French victory under General Pierre Bosquet against the Russian forces under General Menshikov. In this battle British soldiers fought bravely under the leadership of Lord Raglan. The battle was eventually won by a counter-offensive by the French soldiers under General Bosquet.

George B. McClellan wrote in "Armies of Europe" 1861:
"As things went at Inkermann, the result, as far as the English were concerned, appears to have been due to that steady and magnificent courage of their races, which has so often palliated or overbalanced the follies and unskillfulness of their commanders, whether in victory or defeat. Their conduct on that day was worthy of the nation which gained credit alike at Malplaquet and Landen, Blenheim and Fontenoy, Waterloo and Corunna.

The position of Inkermann is the key point of the northeastern angle of the plateau of the Chersonese; it commands the road ascending the plateau by Cathcart's ravine, the only approach from the north side, and the road which follows the Careening Bay ravine, the only approach from the city in that vicinity; it is the most elevated ground in the neighborhood, and is susceptible of strong defense from whatever direction it may be attacked. If the Russians had occupied it, the siege of the Karabelnaia would have become impossible, and the position of the allies dangerous in the extreme; if strongly occupied by the allies, the right flank would have been perfectly secure.
Could the Russians have anticipated a siege of Sebastopol, it would have been an unpardonable error not to have occupied the Inkermann by a small permanent work. How little they were prepared for an attack by land will probably be shown in the sequel; but, as things were, it appears to be a grave error not to have entrenched the position from the beginning. It was still more inexcusable on the part of the allies to have omitted the occupation of the position in force; nor, with proper field works, would a very large force have been necessary.

The Russian plan for the battle of November 5 was most excellent in conception; and, as far as mere orders can go, nothing seemed wanting to insure success, and drive the English partly over the steep borders of the plateau into the open arms of Gorchakov, partly into the sea, and the rest to Kamiesch. It must be kept in view that the principal object of the Russians in giving battle at the Inkermann was to prevent an assault upon the town, then regarded as too weak to resist it: in this respect, although at a heavy cost, they gained their point, for they effectively rendered an assault impossible for many months thereafter. In considering the plan of attack, the Russian general rejected the idea of a movement on the Allied centre, (by the ravine of the inner harbor,) because it was too effectively defended by the siege batteries of the allies; the attack upon their rear was rejected because the plateau was very difficult of access, strongly guarded, and the affair of Balaklava had induced the allies to throw up works in that direction. It was therefore determined to attack the English right and centre, making false attacks on the French left and towards Balaklava.

The spirit of the orders issued was as follows: General Soimonov with 16,200 infantry and 38 guns, to march up the Careening Bay ravine, ascend its western slope near the Victoria redoubt, and attack the English centre. General Pauloff, with 13,500 Infantry and 28 guns, to march from the north side, descend into and cross the Tchernaya valley at the head of the Bay, ascend by Cathcart's ravine, and attack the English right; the attack of these two commands to be simultaneous. General Gorchakov, with about 15,000 infantry, 4,000 cavalry, and 40 guns, to make a false attack upon Balaklava and the roads leading thence to the plateau. General Timofeyev, with some 2,500 men and 4 guns, to make a false attack upon the French left, carrying their batteries, if any confusion were observed among them. The batteries in the town to keep up a warm fire.

A close examination of the ground would indicate propriety of this plan of attack; the difficulty arose in the execution. It would appear that in the orders the expression left of the Careening Bay ravine was used for western; Soimonov improperly interpreted this as meaning his own left, and thus brought his own and Pauloff's column into the State of confusion which paralyzed the efforts of both, so that but a portion of either command was at any one time engaged.

As it was, the Russians were undoubtedly driving the exhausted English before them when Bosquet came up. Had the false attack towards Balaklava been properly conducted, Bosquet would have been unable to assist the English; but, soon perceiving that the operations of Gorchakov were confined to a simple cannonade at long-range, he readily divined the true State of affairs, and by his prompt action saved the army.

Timofeyev succeeded in spiking 15 guns, and paralyzed the French left.
It would thus seem that the result of the action was due partly to the courage of the English, partly to the mistake of Soimonov, who expiated his error with his life, partly to the prompt and correct judgment of Bosquet, and mainly to the fact that Gorchakov did not conduct his false attack with sufficient energy and decision.
The desperate courage of the Russians in this affair was fully acknowledged by all who participated in it."
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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  1. [S5341] SOURCE: (Full),
    Source Combined Fields: https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=GBM%2FWO76%2F141%2F0%2F0103&parentid=GBM%2FWO76%2F036304,
    Citation Detail: Record for DOWLING, WILLIAM HY; 20th Foot; Record ID: GBM/WO76/036304; Across two pages,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) for Dowling One-Name Study on 2 September 2023; Portal or ServiceName: Findmypast; Page.URL: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=GBM%2FWO76%2F036304; (via ORA),

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  2. [S5337] SOURCE: (Full),
    Source Combined Fields: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=R_883322717,
    Repository: Internet Service: Find My Past,
    Citation Detail: Baptism of DOWLING, WILLIAM HENRY; in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England, 1825, Father: Joseph & Mother: Harriett Dowling; Record ID: R_883322717,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) for Dowling One-Name Study on 1 September 2023; using Service or Portal: Findmypast; (via ORA); Also https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=R_879470928,
  3. [S1549] SOURCE: (Full),
    Source Combined Fields: Dix Noonan Webb, Auction Website; 16 Bolton Street, Mayfair, London W1J 8BQ. Medal & Portrait. 2013. Privately held by Unknown, Unknown. 2013.

    https://www.dnw.co.uk/auction-archive/lot-archive/lot.php?department=Medals&lot_id=236244,
    Citation Detail: Entry for DOWLING, W H; Dix Noonan Webb Auction Website Lot 887 sold in auction for £3,600 (valued at "2,000 to £2,500):"The Crimea medal to Lieutenant W. H. Dowling, 20th Foot, killed in action at the Sandbag Battery during the battle of Inkermann, the only officer of the regiment to be killed in the warCrimea 1854-56, 3 clasps, Balaklava, Inkermann, Sebastopol (Lieut. W. H. Dowling, 20th Foot) contemporary engraved naming in the style of Hunt & Roskell, the last clasp loose on ribbon as issued, together with a fine portrait miniature of the recipient in uniform of the 20th Foot, believed to be painted by Sarah Carpenter, contained in an oval glazed frame, the reverse containing locks of his hair attractively set with his initials 'W.H.D.', last initial detached, the medal and portrait contained in a contemporary fitted case for display, and sold with an original newspaper cutting, the medal dark toned, extremely fine and attractive £2000-2500 FootnoteWilliam Henry Dowling was born in 1824, the third son of Captain Joseph Dowling, Barrack Master at St James’s Barracks, London, who had fought at the battle of Waterloo and who had seen much service in the Peninsula, including the sanguinary battle of Albuhera. He joined his regiment in the Crimea on 22 September 1854, a couple of days after the battle of the Alma, in which the 20th had been in attendance, guarding the left flank of the attacking allied army but had not been brought into action.,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) for Dowling One-Name Study in 2005; The following information was taken from the accompanying cutting, the origins of which are unknown:

    ‘We deeply regret to observe in the list of killed at the battle of Inkermann, the name of Lieutenant W. Dowling of the 20th Regiment. This young officer will be remembered as having been resident here during last winter and summer, when he won the esteem of all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance by his kind and gentlemanly manner. Lieutenant Dowling left only in the month of May last to join his regiment, then about to embark for the East. In a letter written to his brother two days before he was killed, he said, ‘If I survive, I will write to you directly after the action; but if not, know, my dearest brother, that I fell as I should, at the head of my company.’ By the following extract from the letter of a fellow officer, dated Nov. 6, to Mr. Dowling's brother it will be seen that the gallant Lieutenant met his death where he most desired - ‘You will see by the papers the day was a most fearful one. Your poor brother was killed while most gallantly leading and cheering on his company in a desperate charge. He was buried today within a few yards of Generals Cathcart and Goldie. His loss is most bitterly felt by every one in his regiment. It must be some satisfaction to you, though a sad one, to know how nobly he died. Poor William! he can have suffered little, for it was found that he had been shot through the head, and his death must have been almost instantaneous.’

    Lieutenant Dowling is buried in the Cathcart Hill Cemetery, in the Crimea, where his grave is marked with a stone cross, bearing the inscription ‘

    sacred to the memory of
    w. h. dowling esq.
    lieut. xx regt.
    who was killed at inkermann
    5th november 1854

    William Dowling was the only officer of the 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment killed at Inkermann and, indeed, throughout the whole war, although a good many were wounded. "

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  4. [S543] SOURCE: (Full),
    Source Combined Fields: England. London. The Illustrated London News, 2 Dec 1854.,
    Citation Detail: Medal for DOWLING, WILLIAM HENRY; Lieutenant of the 20th Regiment, who was killed while most gallantly leading his company, was third son of the late Captain Joseph Dowling BM., St. James.; Saturday 2 Dec 1854. Page 567 column 2
  5. [S5342] SOURCE: (Full),
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    Citation Detail: Entry for DOWLING, W H; Rank: Lieutenant; Regiment or unit: 20th (The East Devonshire) Regiment Of Foot Of Foot; Name as transcribed: W H; Year: 1851; Period: 01/01/1851-31/03/1851; Location: Montreal, Canada; Record set: British Army, Worldwide Index 1851; Record ID: GBM/SOLIDX/1851/0040235,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) for Dowling One-Name Study on 2 September 2023; URL: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=GBM/SOLIDX/1851/0040235; Page.HostName: findmypast.co.uk;Page.ServiceName: Findmypast; Page.Title: Record Transcription: British Army, Worldwide Index 1851 | findmypast.co.uk
    Page.URL: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=GBM%2FSOLIDX%2F1851%2F0040235;
    Page.Visible URL: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=GBM%2FSOLIDX%2F1851%2F0040235,
  6. [S544] SOURCE: (Full),
    Source Combined Fields: "British Army List", 1846. Hart, Captain H G , 49th Regiment Internet. Google Books. http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=0-cNAAAAQAAJ&printsec=titlepage : 2009.

    searchable scans 1 Jan 1846
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Eliza Dowling

F, #14928, b. 24 March 1824, d. 4 May 1824
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Father*Joseph Rawlins Dowling (b. 1794, d. 24 August 1845)
Mother*Harriet Fox (b. 1796, d. 1855)
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Vital Facts

BirthEliza Dowling was born on 24 March 1824.
DeathShe died on 4 May 1824.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1824
    Birth
    24 March 1824

Events - Death & Burial

  • 18240
    Death
    4 May 1824

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Eliza Dowling has the reference number 14928.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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Emma Letitia Dowling1,2

F, #14929, b. before 22 March 1833, d. 15 March 1859
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Mother*Harriet Fox (b. 1796, d. 1855)
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Vital Facts

BirthEmma Letitia Dowling was born before 22 March 1833 in Warwickshire, EnglandG.2
MarriageShe and John Marshall were married on 21 March 1858 in St George Hanover Square, Westminster, London, England, Index: St. George Hanover Square - 1858 Apr-Jun Volume 1A; Page number 311.1
DeathShe died on 15 March 1859, in West Derby, Lancashire, EnglandG. Note: Age: ; Formerly: Lancashire; Index: West Derby - 1859 Jan-Mar; Volume 8B, Page 350.3


Census Summary

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Name Emma Letitia Marshall
    Citation: 3
  • Residence
    Between January and March 1859 | West Derby, Lancashire, EnglandG
    Citation: 3
  • Residence
    Between April and June 1858 | St George Hanover Square, Westminster, London, England
    Detail: (at marriage to John Marshall.)
    Citation: 1
  • 1833
    Birth
    Before 22 March 1833 | Warwickshire, EnglandG
    Citation: 2
  • 1833
    Baptism
    22 March 1833 | Warwickshire, EnglandG
    Emma Letitia Dowling was baptised on 22 March 1833 in Warwickshire, EnglandG.
    Citation: 2
  • 1858
    Marriage | John Marshall
    21 March 1858 | St George Hanover Square, Westminster, London, England
    Birth before 1838
    Death: DECEASED
    She and John Marshall were married on 21 March 1858 in St George Hanover Square, Westminster, London, England, Index: St. George Hanover Square - 1858 Apr-Jun Volume 1A; Page number 311.
    Citation: 1

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1859
    Death
    15 March 1859 | West Derby, Lancashire, EnglandG
    Emma Letitia Dowling died on 15 March 1859, in West Derby, Lancashire, EnglandG. Note: Age: ; Formerly: Lancashire; Index: West Derby - 1859 Jan-Mar; Volume 8B, Page 350.
    Citation: 3

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Emma Letitia Dowling has the reference number 14929.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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  1. [S3649] SOURCE: (Full),
    Source Combined Fields: Image: https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=BMD%2FM%2F1858%2F2%2FAG%2F000548&parentid=BMD%2FM%2F1858%2F2%2FAG%2F000548%2F013,
    Repository: Internet Service: Find My Past,
    Citation Detail: Marriage of DOWLING, EMMA LETITIA to JOHN MARSHALL, JAMES ABRAHAM HATHERELE in St. George Hanover Square, Middlesex, England; Index: St. George Hanover Square - 1858 Apr-Jun Volume 1A; Page number 311,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) for Dowling One-Name Study on 2 September 2023 in of Service: Findmypast; -(ORA); Transcript: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=BMD%2FM%2F1858%2F2%2FAG%2F000548%2F013,

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  2. [S5343] SOURCE: (Full),
    Source Combined Fields: Image: https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=S2%2FGBPRS%2FWARWICKSHIRE%2FPR-NONEXC%2FCOVENTRYSTMICHAEL%2FDR0090-17-00057&parentid=GBPRS%2FWARWICKSHIRE%2FBAP%2F001442915,
    Repository: Internet Service: Find My Past,
    Citation Detail: Baptism of DOWLING, EMMA LETITIA in Warwickshire, England, on 22 March 1833, Joseph & Harriet Dowling; Record ID: GBPRS/WARWICKSHIRE/BAP/001442915,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) for Dowling One-Name Study on 3 September 2023 using Service or Portal: Findmypast; (via ORA); https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=GBPRS%2FWARWICKSHIRE%2FBAP%2F001442915,

    Birth-Dowling-Emma Letitia-1833-3-22-ENG-Warwickshire--Baptism
  3. [S4807] SOURCE: (Full),
    Source Combined Fields: Image URL: https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=BMD%2FD%2F1859%2F1%2FDN%2F001094&parentid=BMD%2FD%2F1859%2F1%2FDN%2F001094%2F022,
    Repository: Internet Service: Find My Past,
    Citation Detail: Death of MARSHALL, EMMA LETITIA in West Derby, Lancashire, England; Index: West Derby - 1859 Jan-Mar; 1859- Volume 8B Page 350,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) for Dowling One-Name Study on of Service: Findmypast; -(ORA); Transcript URL: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=BMD%2FD%2F1859%2F1%2FDN%2F001094%2F022

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John Marshall1

M, #14930, b. before 1838, d. DECEASED
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Vital Facts

DeathJohn Marshall died DECEASED.
BirthHe was born before 1838.
MarriageHe and Emma Letitia Dowling were married on 21 March 1858 in St George Hanover Square, Westminster, London, England, Index: St. George Hanover Square - 1858 Apr-Jun Volume 1A; Page number 311.1

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Event or Activity
    Between January and March 1859 | West Derby, Lancashire, EnglandG
    John Marshall was in West Derby, Lancashire, EnglandG, between January and March 1859. Note: Death of wife Emma Letitia Marshall.
    Citation: 2
  • Residence
    Between April and June 1858 | St George Hanover Square, Westminster, London, England
    Detail: (at marriage to Emmja Letitia Dowling.)
    Citation: 1
  • 1838
    Birth
    Before 1838
  • 1858
    21 March 1858 | St George Hanover Square, Westminster, London, England
    Birth before 22 March 1833 | Warwickshire, EnglandG
    Death: 15 March 1859 | West Derby, Lancashire, EnglandG
    He and Emma Letitia Dowling were married on 21 March 1858 in St George Hanover Square, Westminster, London, England, Index: St. George Hanover Square - 1858 Apr-Jun Volume 1A; Page number 311.
    Citation: 1

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study John Marshall has the reference number 14930.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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England - All
England, Lancashire - ALL
England, London - ALL
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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  1. [S3649] SOURCE: (Full),
    Source Combined Fields: Image: https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=BMD%2FM%2F1858%2F2%2FAG%2F000548&parentid=BMD%2FM%2F1858%2F2%2FAG%2F000548%2F013,
    Repository: Internet Service: Find My Past,
    Citation Detail: Marriage of DOWLING, EMMA LETITIA to JOHN MARSHALL, JAMES ABRAHAM HATHERELE in St. George Hanover Square, Middlesex, England; Index: St. George Hanover Square - 1858 Apr-Jun Volume 1A; Page number 311,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) for Dowling One-Name Study on 2 September 2023 in of Service: Findmypast; -(ORA); Transcript: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=BMD%2FM%2F1858%2F2%2FAG%2F000548%2F013,

    MarriageIndex-Dowling-1858-Q2-E&W
  2. [S4807] SOURCE: (Full),
    Source Combined Fields: Image URL: https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=BMD%2FD%2F1859%2F1%2FDN%2F001094&parentid=BMD%2FD%2F1859%2F1%2FDN%2F001094%2F022,
    Repository: Internet Service: Find My Past,
    Citation Detail: Death of MARSHALL, EMMA LETITIA in West Derby, Lancashire, England; Index: West Derby - 1859 Jan-Mar; 1859- Volume 8B Page 350,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) for Dowling One-Name Study on of Service: Findmypast; -(ORA); Transcript URL: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=BMD%2FD%2F1859%2F1%2FDN%2F001094%2F022

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Christina Walker Robertson

F, #14931, b. 1841, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link
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Partner: Charles Cholmeley Dowling (b. 17 March 1835, d. 27 June 1894)

Children:

Daughter*Jessie Dowling (b. before 1870, d. DECEASED)
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Vital Facts

DeathChristina Walker Robertson died DECEASED.
BirthShe was born in 1841.1
MarriageShe and Charles Cholmeley Dowling were married on 2 February 1861 in Hobart, Buckingham Land, Tasmania, Australia, Church of St Andrew's Hobart Town; Christina a spinster; Witnesses: Margaret Robertson & Christina Smith & John J Searmanth; Number 148.2

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1841
    Birth
    1841
    Citation: 1
  • 1861
    2 February 1861 | Hobart, Buckingham Land, Tasmania, Australia
    Age 25
    Birth 17 March 1835 | Coventry, Warwickshire, West Midlands, England
    Death: 27 June 1894 | St George Hanover Square, Westminster, London, England
    Christina Walker Robertson and Charles Cholmeley Dowling were married on 2 February 1861 in Hobart, Buckingham Land, Tasmania, Australia, Church of St Andrew's Hobart Town; Christina a spinster; Witnesses: Margaret Robertson & Christina Smith & John J Searmanth; Number 148.
    Citation: 2
  • 1861
    Residence
    2 February 1861 | Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG
    Detail: Age: 20; (at marriage to Charles Dowling.)
    Citation: 1

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Christina Walker Robertson has the reference number 14931.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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This person appears in the following lists:-
Australia - ALL
Australia , Tasmania
Australia , Victoria
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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  1. [S5335] SOURCE: (Full),
    Source Combined Fields: Image: https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=ANZ%2FBMD%2FTAS%2F007368173%2F00812&parentid=ANZ%2FAU%2FTAS%2FBMD%2FM%2F0000082480,
    Repository: see citation,
    Citation Detail: Marriage of DOWLING, CHARLES CHOLMELEY to LAVINIA WILSON in Hobart; on 8 January 1885; Index: Hobart - 1885; Record ID: ANZ/AU/TAS/BMD/M/0000082480,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) for Dowling One-Name Study on 30 August 2023 in Page "Record Transcription: Tasmania Marriages 1803-1899 | findmypast.co.uk" of Service: Findmypast; -(ORA); Transcript: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=ANZ%2FAU%2FTAS%2FBMD%2FM%2F0000082480,

    Marriage-Dowling-Charles Cholmeley-Wilson-Lavinia-1885-1-8-AUS-Tas-Hobart
  2. [S5335] SOURCE (Short):, Title: Australia, TASMANIA, "Civil Registration MARRIAGE: 1788-Present", Citation Detail: Marriage of DOWLING, CHARLES CHOLMLEY to CHRISTINA WAELLER ROBERTSON in Hobart; on 20 February 1861; Index: Hobart - 1861; Record ID: ANZ/AU/TAS/BMD/M/0000046540;
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Jessie Dowling

F, #14932, b. before 1870, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link
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Father*Charles Cholmeley Dowling (b. 17 March 1835, d. 27 June 1894)
Mother*Christina Walker Robertson (b. 1841, d. DECEASED)
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Vital Facts

DeathJessie Dowling died DECEASED.
BirthShe was born before 1870.
MarriageShe and Fleetwood Pellew Wilson were married in 1884.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Jessie Dowling has the reference number 14932.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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Cause of Death
Death Age
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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Fleetwood Pellew Wilson

M, #14933, b. 13 March 1861, d. 6 November 1886
Pedigree Link
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Father*James Milne Wilson (b. 29 February 1812, d. 29 February 1880)
Mother*Deborah Hope Degraves (b. 4 August 1822, d. 17 March 1897)
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Vital Facts

BirthFleetwood Pellew Wilson was born on 13 March 1861 in Hobart, Buckingham Land, Tasmania, Australia.
MarriageHe and Jessie Dowling were married in 1884.
DeathHe died on 6 November 1886.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1861
    Birth
    13 March 1861 | Hobart, Buckingham Land, Tasmania, Australia
  • 1884~23
    Marriage | Jessie Dowling
    1884
    Birth before 1870
    Death: DECEASED

Events - Death & Burial

  • 188625
    Death
    6 November 1886

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Fleetwood Pellew Wilson has the reference number 14933.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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This person appears in the following lists:-
Australia - ALL
Australia , Tasmania
Australia , Victoria
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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James Milne Wilson

M, #14934, b. 29 February 1812, d. 29 February 1880
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Father*John Wilson (b. 1762, d. 1833)
Mother*Barbara Gray (b. 1763, d. 1859)
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Partner: Deborah Hope Degraves (b. 4 August 1822, d. 17 March 1897)

Children:

Daughter*Barbara Olivia Wilson (b. 3 May 1849, d. 9 May 1928)
Son*Edmund Philip Wilson (b. 19 August 1851, d. 5 December 1891)
Daughter*Ada Gray Wilson (b. 22 December 1854, d. about 1945)
Daughter*Lavinia Wilson+ (b. 16 July 1858, d. between January and March 1946)
Son*Fleetwood Pellew Wilson (b. 13 March 1861, d. 6 November 1886)
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Vital Facts

BirthJames Milne Wilson was born on 29 February 1812 in Banff, Banffshire, Scotland.
MarriageHe and Deborah Hope Degraves were married on 15 December 1847.
DeathHe died on 29 February 1880, in Hampden Hill, Hobart, Tasmania. Note: Melrose.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Award of Medal
    KCMG (Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George) in on.
  • 1812
    Birth
    29 February 1812 | Banff, Banffshire, Scotland
  • 184735
    15 December 1847
    Age 25
    Birth 4 August 1822
    Death: 17 March 1897
  • 1880
    Occupation
    Before 29 February 1880 | Tasmania, AustraliaG
    Premier of Tasmania; Politician.

Events - Death & Burial

  • 188068
    Death
    29 February 1880 | Hampden Hill, Hobart, Tasmania
    James Milne Wilson died on 29 February 1880, in Hampden Hill, Hobart, Tasmania. Note: Melrose.

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study James Milne Wilson has the reference number 14934.
  • Title
    He held the title of "Sir."
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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Australia - ALL
Australia , Tasmania
Australia , Victoria
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Knights & Dames
Scotland - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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John Wilson

M, #14935, b. 1762, d. 1833
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Father*William Wilson (b. 1699, d. 28 December 1796)
Mother*Margaret Bruce (b. before 1736, d. DECEASED)
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Partner: Barbara Gray (b. 1763, d. 1859)

Children:

Son*James Milne Wilson+ (b. 29 February 1812, d. 29 February 1880)
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Vital Facts

BirthJohn Wilson was born in 1762.
DeathHe died in 1833.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Military
    Captain.
  • 1762
    Birth
    1762

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1833~71
    Death
    1833

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study John Wilson has the reference number 14935.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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This person appears in the following lists:-
1700s All
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Military Service
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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William Wilson

M, #14936, b. 1699, d. 28 December 1796
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Father*(Unknown) Wilson (d. DECEASED)
Mother*(Unknown) (d. DECEASED)
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Partner: Margaret Bruce (b. before 1736, d. DECEASED)

Children:

Son*Christian Wilson (b. 1752, d. 12 March 1823)
Son*John Wilson+ (b. 1762, d. 1833)
Son*William Wilson (b. 1770, d. DECEASED)
Daughter*Mary Wilson (b. before 1783, d. DECEASED)
Son*Thomas Wilson (b. before 1783, d. DECEASED)
Daughter*Jessie Wilson (b. 1783, d. DECEASED)
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Vital Facts

BirthWilliam Wilson was born in 1699.
MarriageHe and Margaret Bruce were married before 1752 (ESTIMATE: BEFORE BIRTH OF FIRST KNOWN CHILD.)
DeathHe died on 28 December 1796.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1796~97
    Death
    28 December 1796

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study William Wilson has the reference number 14936.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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1600s All
1700s All
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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Margaret Bruce

F, #14937, b. before 1736, d. DECEASED
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Partner: William Wilson (b. 1699, d. 28 December 1796)

Children:

Son*Christian Wilson (b. 1752, d. 12 March 1823)
Son*John Wilson+ (b. 1762, d. 1833)
Son*William Wilson (b. 1770, d. DECEASED)
Daughter*Mary Wilson (b. before 1783, d. DECEASED)
Son*Thomas Wilson (b. before 1783, d. DECEASED)
Daughter*Jessie Wilson (b. 1783, d. DECEASED)
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Vital Facts

DeathMargaret Bruce died DECEASED.
BirthShe was born before 1736. Note: (ESTIMATE: 16 YEARS BEFORE MARRIAGE.)
MarriageShe and William Wilson were married before 1752 (ESTIMATE: BEFORE BIRTH OF FIRST KNOWN CHILD.)

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1736
    Birth
    Before 1736
    Margaret Bruce was born before 1736. Note: (ESTIMATE: 16 YEARS BEFORE MARRIAGE.)
  • 1752
    Marriage | William Wilson
    Before 1752
    Birth 1699
    Death: 28 December 1796
    She and William Wilson were married before 1752 (ESTIMATE: BEFORE BIRTH OF FIRST KNOWN CHILD.)
  • 1772
    Birth
    6 March 1772
    She was born on 6 March 1772. Note: Researcher showed as 1872 which is probably incorrect but even this is incosistent with children's dates.

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Margaret Bruce has the reference number 14937.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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1700s All
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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Christian Wilson

M, #14938, b. 1752, d. 12 March 1823
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Father*William Wilson (b. 1699, d. 28 December 1796)
Mother*Margaret Bruce (b. before 1736, d. DECEASED)
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Vital Facts

BirthChristian Wilson was born in 1752.
DeathHe died on 12 March 1823.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1752
    Birth
    1752

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1823~71
    Death
    12 March 1823

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Christian Wilson has the reference number 14938.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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1700s All
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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William Wilson

M, #14939, b. 1770, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link
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Father*William Wilson (b. 1699, d. 28 December 1796)
Mother*Margaret Bruce (b. before 1736, d. DECEASED)
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Vital Facts

DeathWilliam Wilson died DECEASED.
BirthHe was born in 1770.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Occupation
    Parson.
  • 1770
    Birth
    1770

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study William Wilson has the reference number 14939.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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This person appears in the following lists:-
1700s All
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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Duff

F, #14940, b. before 1840, d. DECEASED
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Vital Facts

DeathDuff died DECEASED.
BirthShe was born before 1840.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1840
    Birth
    Before 1840

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Duff has the reference number 14940.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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Jessie Wilson

F, #14941, b. 1783, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link
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Father*William Wilson (b. 1699, d. 28 December 1796)
Mother*Margaret Bruce (b. before 1736, d. DECEASED)
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Vital Facts

DeathJessie Wilson died DECEASED.
BirthShe was born in 1783.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1783
    Birth
    1783

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Jessie Wilson has the reference number 14941.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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1700s All
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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Patterson

M, #14942, b. before 1810, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link
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Vital Facts

DeathPatterson died DECEASED.
BirthHe was born before 1810.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1810
    Birth
    Before 1810

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Patterson has the reference number 14942.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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This person appears in the following lists:-
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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Mary Wilson

F, #14943, b. before 1783, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link
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Father*William Wilson (b. 1699, d. 28 December 1796)
Mother*Margaret Bruce (b. before 1736, d. DECEASED)
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Vital Facts

DeathMary Wilson died DECEASED.
BirthShe was born before 1783.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1783
    Birth
    Before 1783

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Mary Wilson has the reference number 14943.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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This person appears in the following lists:-
1700s All
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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Chalmers

M, #14944, b. before 1800, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link
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Vital Facts

DeathChalmers died DECEASED.
BirthHe was born before 1800.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1800
    Birth
    Before 1800

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Chalmers has the reference number 14944.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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This person appears in the following lists:-
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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Thomas Wilson

M, #14945, b. before 1783, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link
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Father*William Wilson (b. 1699, d. 28 December 1796)
Mother*Margaret Bruce (b. before 1736, d. DECEASED)
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Vital Facts

DeathThomas Wilson died DECEASED.
BirthHe was born before 1783.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1783
    Birth
    Before 1783

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Thomas Wilson has the reference number 14945.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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This person appears in the following lists:-
1700s All
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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Barbara Gray

F, #14946, b. 1763, d. 1859
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Partner: John Wilson (b. 1762, d. 1833)

Children:

Son*James Milne Wilson+ (b. 29 February 1812, d. 29 February 1880)
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Vital Facts

BirthBarbara Gray was born in 1763.
DeathShe died in 1859.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1763
    Birth
    1763

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1859~96
    Death
    1859

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Barbara Gray has the reference number 14946.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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This person appears in the following lists:-
1700s All
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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Deborah Hope Degraves

F, #14947, b. 4 August 1822, d. 17 March 1897
Pedigree Link
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Father*Peter Degraves (b. 24 December 1778, d. 31 December 1857)
Mother*Sophie? McIntosh (b. 17 October 1789, d. 30 June 1842)
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Partner: James Milne Wilson (b. 29 February 1812, d. 29 February 1880)

Children:

Daughter*Barbara Olivia Wilson (b. 3 May 1849, d. 9 May 1928)
Son*Edmund Philip Wilson (b. 19 August 1851, d. 5 December 1891)
Daughter*Ada Gray Wilson (b. 22 December 1854, d. about 1945)
Daughter*Lavinia Wilson+ (b. 16 July 1858, d. between January and March 1946)
Son*Fleetwood Pellew Wilson (b. 13 March 1861, d. 6 November 1886)
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Vital Facts

BirthDeborah Hope Degraves was born on 4 August 1822.
MarriageShe and James Milne Wilson were married on 15 December 1847.
DeathShe died on 17 March 1897.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1822
    Birth
    4 August 1822
  • 184725
    15 December 1847
    Age 35
    Birth 29 February 1812 | Banff, Banffshire, Scotland
    Death: 29 February 1880 | Hampden Hill, Hobart, Tasmania

Events - Death & Burial

  • 189774
    Death
    17 March 1897

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Deborah Hope Degraves has the reference number 14947.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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This person appears in the following lists:-
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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Peter Degraves

M, #14948, b. 24 December 1778, d. 31 December 1857
Pedigree Link
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Father*Francois De Grave (b. before 1761, d. DECEASED)
Mother*Sophia Jones (b. before 1763, d. DECEASED)
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Partner: Sophie? McIntosh (b. 17 October 1789, d. 30 June 1842)

Children:

Daughter*Louisa Degraves+ (b. 30 June 1809, d. 25 October 1859)
Son*Henry Degraves+ (b. 29 April 1811, d. 18 May 1854)
Son*Charles Degraves (b. 26 October 1812, d. 21 November 1874)
Son*John Degraves (b. 21 June 1814, d. 19 June 1850)
Daughter*Sophie Degraves (b. 4 February 1816, d. 2 March 1873)
Son*William Degraves (b. 18 May 1820, d. 20 March 1883)
Daughter*Deborah Hope Degraves+ (b. 4 August 1822, d. 17 March 1897)
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Vital Facts

BirthPeter Degraves was born on 24 December 1778 in France.
DeathHe died on 31 December 1857, in Hobart, Buckingham Land, Tasmania, Australia.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1778
    Birth
    24 December 1778 | France

Events - Death & Burial

  • 185779
    Death
    31 December 1857 | Hobart, Buckingham Land, Tasmania, Australia

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Peter Degraves has the reference number 14948.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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This person appears in the following lists:-
1700s All
Australia - ALL
Australia , Tasmania
Australia , Victoria
France
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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Francois De Grave

M, #14949, b. before 1761, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link
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Father*Francois De Grave (b. about 1726, d. DECEASED)
Mother*Marie Anne Eleanore de Grave (b. before 1734, d. DECEASED)
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Partner: Sophia Jones (b. before 1763, d. DECEASED)

Children:

Son*Peter Degraves+ (b. 24 December 1778, d. 31 December 1857)
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Vital Facts

DeathFrancois De Grave died DECEASED.
MarriageHe and Sophia Jones were married.
BirthHe was born before 1761.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Francois De Grave has the reference number 14949.
  • Title
    He held the title of "Count."
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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This person appears in the following lists:-
1700s All
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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Francois De Grave

M, #14950, b. about 1726, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link
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Father*Henri Francois De Grave (b. 9 October 1685, d. DECEASED)
Mother*Marie Anne Matignon de Grave (b. before 1710, d. DECEASED)
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Partner: Marie Anne Eleanore de Grave (b. before 1734, d. DECEASED)

Children:

Son*Francois De Grave+ (b. before 1761, d. DECEASED)
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Vital Facts

DeathFrancois De Grave died DECEASED.
BirthHe was born about 1726.
MarriageHe and Marie Anne Eleanore de Grave were married in 1749 in Montpelier, France.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Francois De Grave has the reference number 14950.
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Relationship to the site collator Brian Thomas Dowling: No direct relationship yet found to Brian Thomas Dowling
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This person appears in the following lists:-
1700s All
France
Ireland, Galway - ALL
Ireland, Leitrim - ALL
Ireland, Limerick - ALL
Ireland, Louth - ALL
Ireland, Mayo - ALL
Ireland, Meath - ALL
Ireland, Monaghan - ALL
Ireland, Offaly - ALL
Ireland, Roscommon - ALL
Ireland, Sligo - ALL
Ireland, Waterford - ALL
Ireland, Westmeath - ALL
Ireland, Wexford - ALL
Thurles District
Tipperary - ALL
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