Harry SEALY

M, #18664, b. 1848
Harry SEALY|b. 1848|p618.htm#i18664|Edwin SEALY|b. 1820|p617.htm#i18670|Hannah GREEN|b. 1819|p316.htm#i18671|||||||||||||

Father* Edwin SEALY1 b. 1820
Mother* Hannah GREEN1 b. 1819

Birth*1848Harry SEALY was born in 1848 at Westbury-sub-Mendip, Somerset, England. 
He was the son of Edwin SEALY and Hannah GREEN.1 
Marriage*December 1869Harry SEALY married Elizabeth KEEN, daughter of Joseph KEEN and Mary (KEEN), in December 1869 at Axbridge Reg Dist, Somerset, England.2 
Census 1851*Harry SEALY was aged 3 in the 1851 census and lived at Westbury-sub-Mendip, Somerset, England. 
Census 1871*He was aged 22 in the 1871 census and lived at Godney House, Godney, Meare, Somerset, England. 
Occupation*He was a Farmer of 70 acres employing 1 man. 

Family

 Elizabeth KEEN b. 1847
Children 1.Herbert H. SEALY3 b. 1872
 2.Thomas Green SEALY b. 1881

Citations

  1. [S16] 1851 Census.
  2. [S14] FreeBMD "Mar 1869 Axbridge Reg Dist vol.5c p.879."
  3. [S28] 1901 Census.

Herbert H. SEALY1

M, #18666, b. 1872
Herbert H. SEALY|b. 1872|p618.htm#i18666|Harry SEALY|b. 1848|p618.htm#i18664|Elizabeth KEEN|b. 1847|p425.htm#i18665|Edwin SEALY|b. 1820|p617.htm#i18670|Hannah GREEN|b. 1819|p316.htm#i18671|Joseph KEEN|b. 1812|p425.htm#i18667|Mary (KEEN)|b. 1812|p23.htm#i18668|

Father* Harry SEALY1 b. 1848
Mother* Elizabeth KEEN1 b. 1847

Birth*1872Herbert H. SEALY was born in 1872 at Godney, Meare, Somerset, England.1 
He was the son of Harry SEALY and Elizabeth KEEN.1 
Residence*Herbert H. SEALY lived at Godney and Westbury-sub-Mendip. 
Occupation*He was a Farmer. 
Census 1901*He was aged 28 in the 1901 census and lived at Old Ditch Farm, Westbury-sub-Mendip, Somerset, England. 

Citations

  1. [S28] 1901 Census.

Thomas Green SEALY

M, #18663, b. 1881
Thomas Green SEALY|b. 1881|p618.htm#i18663|Harry SEALY|b. 1848|p618.htm#i18664|Elizabeth KEEN|b. 1847|p425.htm#i18665|Edwin SEALY|b. 1820|p617.htm#i18670|Hannah GREEN|b. 1819|p316.htm#i18671|Joseph KEEN|b. 1812|p425.htm#i18667|Mary (KEEN)|b. 1812|p23.htm#i18668|

Father* Harry SEALY b. 1848
Mother* Elizabeth KEEN1 b. 1847

Birth*1881Thomas Green SEALY was born in 1881 at Godney, Meare, Somerset, England. 
He was the son of Harry SEALY and Elizabeth KEEN.1 
Marriage*20 September 1911Thomas Green SEALY married Elsie Helen COOK, daughter of James Bence COOK and Rosina READ, on 20 September 1911 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England. 1911
Sep
20
Thomas Green
Sealy
30
Bch
Farmer
Westbury-sub-Mendip, Somerset
Harry
Sealy
Farmer
Deceased
Elsie Helena
Cook
25
Spr

Kilmington
James Bence
Cook
Farmer

Yes
Yes
James Bence
Cook

Elsie Annie
Leary

Banns.2
 
Census 1911*Thomas Green SEALY was aged 30 in the 1911 census and lived at Old Ditch Farm, Westbury-sub-Mendip, Somerset, England. 
Census 1891*He was aged 10 in the 1891 census and lived at Godney, Meare, Somerset, England. 
Residence*He lived at Westbury-sub-Mendip. 
Occupation*He was a Farmer. 

Family

 Elsie Helen COOK b. 31 Jul 1886

Citations

  1. [S224] 1911 Census.
  2. [S84] Marriages, Kilmington, 1837-1931.

Albert W. SEARLEY

M, #20998, b. circa 1855

Birth*circa 1855Albert W. SEARLEY was born circa 1855. 
Marriage*17 August 1890He married Alice Laura FOX-STRANGWAYS, daughter of Henry FOX-STRANGWAYS and Charlotte Chester COPLESTON, on 17 August 1890.1 
Residence*Albert W. SEARLEY lived at Northernhay, Kingskerwell, Devon. 

Family

 Alice Laura FOX-STRANGWAYS b. 1858, d. 16 Apr 1932

Citations

  1. [S72] http://thePeerage.com.

Anstare SEGRAM1

F, #21850, b. 1687
Anstare SEGRAM|b. 1687|p618.htm#i21850|Richard SEGRAM|b. 1667\nd. 1749|p618.htm#i21846|Jane (SEGRAM)|b. c 1670\nd. 1737|p33.htm#i21847|Thomas SEGRAM|b. c 1637|p618.htm#i21848|Elizabeth (SEGRAM)|b. c 1637|p33.htm#i21849|||||||

Father* Richard SEGRAM1 b. 1667, d. 1749
Mother* Jane (SEGRAM)1 b. c 1670, d. 1737

Birth*1687Anstare SEGRAM was born in 1687 at Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
She was the daughter of Richard SEGRAM and Jane (SEGRAM).1 
Baptism5 June 1687Anstare SEGRAM was baptized on 5 June 1687 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
Residence*She lived at Kilmington. 

Citations

  1. [S6] Baptisms Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.

Jane SEGRAM

F, #13357, b. circa 1700, d. 1772
Jane SEGRAM|b. c 1700\nd. 1772|p618.htm#i13357|Richard SEGRAM|b. 1667\nd. 1749|p618.htm#i21846|Jane (SEGRAM)|b. c 1670\nd. 1737|p33.htm#i21847|Thomas SEGRAM|b. c 1637|p618.htm#i21848|Elizabeth (SEGRAM)|b. c 1637|p33.htm#i21849|||||||

Father* Richard SEGRAM b. 1667, d. 1749
Mother* Jane (SEGRAM) b. c 1670, d. 1737

Birth*circa 1700Jane SEGRAM was born circa 1700 at Kilmington, Somerset, England; Birthplace and parentage assumed. Baptism for Kilmignton missing 1688-1705. 
She was the daughter of Richard SEGRAM and Jane (SEGRAM)
Marriage*23 September 1722Jane SEGRAM married John CASE on 23 September 1722 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England. NFI.1 
Death*1772Jane SEGRAM died in 1772 at Kilmington, Somerset, England. 
Burial*7 May 1772She was buried on 7 May 1772 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England; NFI.2 
Residence*She lived at Kilmington. 
Married NameHer married name was CASE. 

Family

 John CASE b. c 1697
Children 1.Martha CASE+ b. 1725
 2.Jane CASE+ b. 1726, d. 1801
 3.John CASE3 b. 1729
 4.James CASE+ b. 1731, d. 1798
 5.John CASE3 b. 1736
 6.Benjamin CASE+ b. 1738
 7.Dinah CASE+ b. 1740, d. 1811

Citations

  1. [S61] Marriages Transcript, Kilmington, 1582-1837.
  2. [S11] Burials Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.
  3. [S6] Baptisms Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.

Joan SEGRAM

F, #7308, b. circa 1691, d. 1725
Joan SEGRAM|b. c 1691\nd. 1725|p618.htm#i7308|Richard SEGRAM|b. 1667\nd. 1749|p618.htm#i21846|Jane (SEGRAM)|b. c 1670\nd. 1737|p33.htm#i21847|Thomas SEGRAM|b. c 1637|p618.htm#i21848|Elizabeth (SEGRAM)|b. c 1637|p33.htm#i21849|||||||

Father* Richard SEGRAM b. 1667, d. 1749
Mother* Jane (SEGRAM) b. c 1670, d. 1737

Birth*circa 1691Joan SEGRAM was born circa 1691 at Kilmington, Somerset, England; Birthplace and parentage assumed. Baptism for Kilmignton missing 1688-1705. 
She was the daughter of Richard SEGRAM and Jane (SEGRAM)
Marriage*15 September 1713Joan SEGRAM married John BAKER Junr, son of John BAKER and Joan (BAKER), on 15 September 1713 at St Peter's, Stourton, Wiltshire, England. Bride of Kilmington.1 
Death*1725Joan SEGRAM died in 1725 at Gasper, Stourton, Somerset, England. 
Burial*16 December 1725She was buried on 16 December 1725 at Stourton, Wiltshire, England.2 
Residence*She lived at Kilmington and Stourton. 
Married NameHer married name was BAKER. 

Family

 John BAKER Junr b. c 1688
Children 1.John BAKER+ b. 1714, d. 1756
 2.Edward BAKER b. 1715, d. 1719
 3.Joan BAKER b. c 1716, d. 1716
 4.Robert BAKER b. 1717
 5.Joan BAKER+ b. 1719
 6.Mary BAKER b. 1721
 7.Francis BAKER b. c Feb 1723, d. c Mar 1723
 8.William BAKER b. 1723
 9.Richard BAKER b. 1725, d. Dec 1725

Citations

  1. [S12] Transcript of the Marriages of Stourton, 1570-1800.
  2. [S3] Burials Transcript, Stourton, 1570-1800.

Richard SEGRAM

M, #21846, b. 1667, d. 1749
Richard SEGRAM|b. 1667\nd. 1749|p618.htm#i21846|Thomas SEGRAM|b. c 1637|p618.htm#i21848|Elizabeth (SEGRAM)|b. c 1637|p33.htm#i21849|||||||||||||

Father* Thomas SEGRAM b. c 1637
Mother* Elizabeth (SEGRAM) b. c 1637

Birth*1667Richard SEGRAM was born in 1667 at Kilmington, Somerset, England. 
He was the son of Thomas SEGRAM and Elizabeth (SEGRAM)
Baptism2 December 1667Richard SEGRAM was baptised on 2 December 1667 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
Marriage*He married Jane (SEGRAM)
Death*1749Richard SEGRAM died in 1749 at Kilmington, Somerset, England. 
Burial*28 May 1749He was buried on 28 May 1749 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England; NFI.2 
Residence*He lived at Kilmington. 

Family

 Jane (SEGRAM) b. c 1670, d. 1737
Children 1.Anstare SEGRAM1 b. 1687
 2.Joan SEGRAM+ b. c 1691, d. 1725
 3.Jane SEGRAM+ b. c 1700, d. 1772

Citations

  1. [S6] Baptisms Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.
  2. [S11] Burials Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.

Thomas SEGRAM

M, #21848, b. circa 1637

Birth*circa 1637Thomas SEGRAM was born circa 1637. 
Marriage*He married Elizabeth (SEGRAM)
Residence*Thomas SEGRAM lived at Kilmington. 

Family

 Elizabeth (SEGRAM) b. c 1637
Child 1.Richard SEGRAM+ b. 1667, d. 1749

Ann SELLICK

F, #18496, b. 1820

Birth*1820Ann SELLICK was born in 1820 at Broomfield, Somerset, England. 
Marriage*March 1844She married Job COLES, son of John COLES and Sarah (COLES), in March 1844 at Bridgwater Reg Dist, Somerset, England.1 
Census 1861*Ann SELLICK was aged 40 in the 1861 census and lived at Fiddington, Somerset, England. 
Residence*She lived at Fiddington. 
Married NameHer married name was COLES. 

Family

 Job COLES b. 1822
Child 1.Abraham COLES+ b. 1855

Citations

  1. [S6] Baptisms Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.

James SELWAY

M, #10167, b. circa 1740

Birth*circa 1740James SELWAY was born circa 1740; Age purely speculative. 
Residence*He lived at Salisbury Cl. 
Occupation*He was a Tailor/draper. 

Alfred Richard Cecil SELWYN CMG. LLD. FRS. FRCS.

M, #14901, b. 28 July 1824, d. 19 October 1902
Alfred Richard Cecil SELWYN CMG. LLD. FRS. FRCS.|b. 28 Jul 1824\nd. 19 Oct 1902|p618.htm#i14901|Townshend SELWYN|b. 1782\nd. 1853|p618.htm#i14891|Charlotte Sophia MURRAY|b. 1785|p537.htm#i14892|Henry C. SELWYN|b. c 1752|p618.htm#i14893|Sarah (SELWYN)|b. c 1752|p33.htm#i14894|||||||

Father* Townshend SELWYN1 b. 1782, d. 1853
Mother* Charlotte Sophia MURRAY1 b. 1785

Birth*28 July 1824Alfred Richard Cecil SELWYN CMG. LLD. FRS. FRCS. was born on 28 July 1824 at Kilmington, Somerset, England.1,2 
He was the son of Townshend SELWYN and Charlotte Sophia MURRAY.1 
Baptism5 September 1824Alfred Richard Cecil SELWYN CMG. LLD. FRS. FRCS. was baptized on 5 September 1824 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
Marriage*8 July 1852He married Matilda Charlotte SELWYN, daughter of Edward SELWYN and Fanny (SELWYN), on 8 July 1852 at Hemingford Abbots, Huntingdonshire, England, . 1st cousins FBD.3,4 
Death*19 October 1902Alfred Richard Cecil SELWYN CMG. LLD. FRS. FRCS. died on 19 October 1902 at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, , at age 78.5 
Burial*18 October 1902He was buried on 18 October 1902 at Mountain View Cemetery, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, ; Name Alfred Richard Cecil SELWYN Birth or baptism Marriage Death or burial 18 Oct 1902 Age Relations husb Matilda Charlotte Place ENG GLS Kilmington born Notes CMG. LLD. FRS. FRCS. Source Vancouver Mountain View Cem BC CAN.6
 
Census 1901*He was aged 76 in the 1901 census and lived at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, .2 
Occupation*He was a SELWYN, ALFRED RICHARD CECIL, geologist and civil servant; b. 26 July 1824 in Kilmington, Somerset, England, son of the Reverend Townshend Selwyn and Charlotte Sophia Murray; m. 1852 his cousin Matilda Charlotte Selwyn (d. 1882), and they had nine children; d. 19 Oct. 1902 in Vancouver.
Alfred Selwyn belonged to a well-to-do family; his father was a canon of Gloucester Cathedral and his mother was the daughter of the bishop of St David’s. He was tutored privately and then sent to Switzerland to further his education. The experience abroad was said to have focused his love of nature on geology and to have honed mountaineering skills that would prove useful in his professional career.
Appointed on 1 April 1845 as assistant geologist to the field staff of the Geological Survey of Great Britain, Selwyn joined a pioneering group of stratigraphers assigned to outline the country’s geological structures. He benefited from intense field training with Andrew Crombie Ramsay, the survey’s local director. Selwyn’s maps of the complex Lower Silurian formations of north Wales and western England were recognized as models of careful detail and were hailed by Ramsay as “the perfection of beauty.” For these important contributions, Selwyn was promoted geologist on 1 Jan. 1848.
In July 1852 the Colonial Office appointed Selwyn as geological surveyor to the newly founded Australian colony of Victoria, and later made him director of its geological survey. Beginning the work in 1853, Selwyn was well qualified to analyse the colony’s Silurian strata, replete with gold and fossils. He also assessed the coal-and gold-fields of Tasmania and South Australia.
Selwyn remained with the Victoria survey for 16 years. He also served other important public functions in Victoria as a member of the Mining Commission, the Board of Science, the Board of Agriculture, and commissions for the exhibitions at Victoria (1861), London (1862), Dublin (1865) and Paris (1866). Selwyn resigned from the survey in 1869, the legislature having discontinued its funding as a result of a disagreement over the survey’s priorities.
Before leaving Australia in March 1869, Selwyn accepted an offer from Sir William Edmond Logan* to become his successor as director of the Geological Survey of Canada. The task of filling the enormous gap left by the departure of Logan’s independent wealth, social status, political acumen, and scientific reputation, both in Canada and abroad, was daunting even for a stratigrapher of Selwyn’s dedication, training, and experience. The complexity of the task was increased immeasurably by the transformation of the GSC into a transcontinental and modern institution, which Selwyn was to oversee. This transition was even more difficult because Selwyn was an outsider among long-time members of the GSC who had coveted the directorship after Logan’s retirement, and some resented Selwyn’s appointment, which began on 1 December.
The path of Selwyn’s career with the GSC was governed by these structural and personal realities. His first official challenge was to learn enough about Canadian geology to supervise its more detailed investigation by the staff, no mean feat with the entry of Manitoba and British Columbia into confederation soon after his arrival. During his first season, in 1870, Selwyn inspected the Eastern Townships of Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. In 1871 he crossed British Columbia to help plan the GSC’s contribution to the building of the proposed Pacific railway. The next year he studied Precambrian formations between lakes Superior and Winnipeg and in 1873 the prairie lands between Winnipeg and the Rocky Mountains. In 1875, accompanied by botanist John Macoun*, Selwyn went back to British Columbia to concentrate on the proposed Peace River pass for the railway through the Rockies. The years 1876–79 saw his return to central Canada to review Logan’s analysis of the Quebec group of strata, which was being challenged by the GSC’s former chemist and mineralogist, Thomas Sterry Hunt*. Selwyn’s report offered a valuable attempt to systematize these Archaean formations as anticlinal rather than synclinal structures.
During Selwyn’s tenure two federal acts altered the conditions of the GSC’s existence. After funding had been increased for five years in 1872, an 1877 act designated the survey a branch of the Department of the Interior, subjecting it again to the less certain system of annual grants. The act assigned new responsibilities in natural history and ethnology to the survey and created four assistant directorships, changes which invited conflicts over priorities. It also announced plans to move the GSC from Montreal to Ottawa. This task was completed in 1881 but Selwyn was left to fight for adequate facilities. GSC staff were also to be integrated into the civil service, a measure accomplished in 1883. Legislation in 1890 reinstated the GSC as a separate department (albeit under the supervision of the minister of the interior), specified staff qualifications, and ordered the collection of statistics on Canadian mineral production.
While his staff carried on the survey of geological regions, Selwyn shifted the focus of the project from the broader strokes of reconnaissance to the finer details of smaller-scale mapping in selected type areas. In keeping with this process, he standardized the legends and colour schemes of Canadian geological maps in 1881. A member of the organizing committee of the International Geological Congress in 1878, Selwyn in 1889 began developing common nomenclature and mapping schemes with the United States Geological Survey. During the 1880s he added more highly educated staff to carry out the increasingly specialized tasks of the GSC. These included civil and mining engineers to construct base maps and develop a mining section, and a botanist (Macoun), zoologist, and taxidermist to conduct the survey of natural history.
Besides tending to extensive scientific and administrative responsibilities, Selwyn spent time abroad organizing Canada’s contributions to international exhibitions in Philadelphia (1876), Paris (1878), London (1886), and Chicago (1893). For these efforts he earned an lld from McGill College in 1881 and a cmg in 1886. When Montreal hosted the meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science in 1884, Selwyn led a field trip to British Columbia. His designation during his absences of George Mercer Dawson as acting director fuelled the resentment of Robert Bell* and others, some of whom suffered from inequities that invariably accompanied the GSC’s many recent transitions. Yet Selwyn’s personal qualities and personal experience contributed to these difficulties: his firm convictions were combined with a “hasty temper,” while discipline and orderliness found expression in a stern and official demeanour that expected deference and did not give praise easily. Intense animosities against Selwyn were aired publicly during the hearings of a select committee of the House of Commons which investigated the GSC in 1884. Little was resolved by the inquiry, and the bitterness continued. The circumstances of Selwyn’s retirement in 1895 proved awkward, since he was superannuated during a leave of absence in England and informed on his return that he had been replaced by Dawson. The following year Selwyn served as president of the Royal Society of Canada, capping his scientific career with an important address on the origin and evolution of Archaean rocks.
Selwyn belonged to a generation of British-trained stratigraphers who contributed greatly to 19th-century imperial geology. Although he emphasized both the economic aspects of the science and the solution of its complex structural problems, he was far less successful than Logan or Dawson in persuading the public of the important link between these geological activities.
Suzanne Zeller
A listing of Alfred Richard Cecil Selwyn’s publications appears in Science & technology biblio. (Richardson and MacDonald); there is also a bibliography of his works to 1894 in RSC Trans., 1st ser., 12 (1894), proc.: 70–71. Notable among his writings are: Notes and observations on the gold fields of Quebec and Nova Scotia (Halifax, 1872); “Notes on a journey through the North-West Territory, from Manitoba to Rocky Mountain House,” Canadian Naturalist (Montreal), new ser., 7 (1875): 193–216; “The stratigraphy of the Quebec group and the older crystalline rocks of Canada,” Canadian Naturalist, new ser., 9 (1881): 17–31; and “Presidential address: on the origin and evolution of Archaean rocks, with remarks and opinions on other geological subjects; being the result of personal work in both hemispheres from 1845 to 1895,” RSC Trans., 2nd ser., 2 (1896), proc.: lxxviii–xcix.
Geological Survey of Canada (Ottawa), Directors’ letterbooks. ADB, vol.6. Dictionary of scientific biography, ed. C. G. Gillispie et al. (14v., New York, 1970–76). DNB. Geological Survey of Canada, Report of progress (Ottawa; Montreal), 1870/71–1882/84, continued as its Annual report (Montreal; Ottawa), new ser., 1 (1885)–8 (1895). R. A. Stafford, Scientist of empire: Sir Roderick Murchison, scientific exploration and Victorian imperialism (Cambridge, Eng., and New York, 1989). Zaslow, Reading the rocks.
© 2000 University of Toronto/Université Laval.5 
Census 1841*He was aged 16 in the 1841 census and lived at Near the Church, Kilmington, Somerset, England. 
Residence*He lived at Kilmington; Melbourne (Australia); Vancouver (Canada). 
Emigration*1852He emigrated in 1852 to Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.5 
Newspaper*17 July 1852He was New Tag MARRIED: July 8, at Hemingford Abbots, Alfred Richd. Cecil, youngest son of the Rev. Townshend SELWYN, canon of Gloucester and rector of Kilmington, to Matilda Charlotte, youngest daughter of the Rev. Edward SELWYN, Rector of Hemingford Abbots on 17 July 1852.3 
Employment*1865He was employed by Name – Alfred Richard Cecil Selwyn State Victoria Location Richmond Year 1865 Subject Shareholders Upper Yarra Gold Mining Co Page 755
Amount paid £0.05 in 1865 at Richmond, Victoria, Australia, .7 
Employment1865He was employed by Name – Alfred Robert Selwyn State Victoria Location Melbourne Year 1865 Subject Shareholders Raspberry United Gold Mining Co Page 68 in 1865 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.7 
Emigration1869He emigrated in 1869 to Canada.2 

Family

 Matilda Charlotte SELWYN b. 1833, d. 1882
Child 1.Mabel E. SELWYN2 b. 3 Jul 1863

Citations

  1. [S6] Baptisms Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.
  2. [S152] Online image of the 1901 Census of Canada.
  3. [S159] "The Bristol Mercury (Bristol, England), Saturday, July 17, 1852; Issue 3252."
  4. [S14] FreeBMD "Sep qtr 1852 St Ives Reg Dist vol.3b p.415."
  5. [S160] Dictionary of Canadian Biography.
  6. [S232] Website http://www.findmypast.co.uk Parish Register Transcripts "UK Strays Abroad."
  7. [S232] Website http://www.findmypast.co.uk Parish Register Transcripts "Names in Government Gazettes, Victoria c1858–1900."

Arthur Edward SELWYN1

M, #14900, b. 1823
Arthur Edward SELWYN|b. 1823|p618.htm#i14900|Townshend SELWYN|b. 1782\nd. 1853|p618.htm#i14891|Charlotte Sophia MURRAY|b. 1785|p537.htm#i14892|Henry C. SELWYN|b. c 1752|p618.htm#i14893|Sarah (SELWYN)|b. c 1752|p33.htm#i14894|||||||

Father* Townshend SELWYN1 b. 1782, d. 1853
Mother* Charlotte Sophia MURRAY1 b. 1785

Birth*1823Arthur Edward SELWYN was born in 1823 at Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
He was the son of Townshend SELWYN and Charlotte Sophia MURRAY.1 
Baptism31 March 1823Arthur Edward SELWYN was baptized on 31 March 1823 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
Census 1841*He was aged 18 in the 1841 census and lived at Near the Church, Kilmington, Somerset, England. 
Residence*He lived at Kilmington. 

Citations

  1. [S6] Baptisms Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.

Charles Augustus SELWYN1

M, #14896, b. 1816, d. 1816
Charles Augustus SELWYN|b. 1816\nd. 1816|p618.htm#i14896|Townshend SELWYN|b. 1782\nd. 1853|p618.htm#i14891|Charlotte Sophia MURRAY|b. 1785|p537.htm#i14892|Henry C. SELWYN|b. c 1752|p618.htm#i14893|Sarah (SELWYN)|b. c 1752|p33.htm#i14894|||||||

Father* Townshend SELWYN1 b. 1782, d. 1853
Mother* Charlotte Sophia MURRAY1 b. 1785

Birth*1816Charles Augustus SELWYN was born in 1816 at Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
He was the son of Townshend SELWYN and Charlotte Sophia MURRAY.1 
Baptism10 March 1816Charles Augustus SELWYN was baptized on 10 March 1816 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
Death*1816He died in 1816 at Kilmington, Somerset, England. 
Burial*2 April 1816He was buried on 2 April 1816 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England; Infant of Townshend & Charlotte Sophia.2 
Residence*He lived at Kilmington. 

Citations

  1. [S6] Baptisms Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.
  2. [S11] Burials Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.

Edward SELWYN

M, #14911, b. 1794
Edward SELWYN|b. 1794|p618.htm#i14911|Henry Charles SELWYN|b. c 1752|p618.htm#i14893|Sarah (SELWYN)|b. c 1752|p33.htm#i14894|||||||||||||

Father* Henry Charles SELWYN b. c 1752
Mother* Sarah (SELWYN) b. c 1752

Birth*1794Edward SELWYN was born in 1794 at Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England. 
He was the son of Henry Charles SELWYN and Sarah (SELWYN)
Baptism23 April 1794Edward SELWYN was baptised on 23 April 1794 at St Mary de Lode, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England, .1 
Marriage*He married Fanny (SELWYN)
Census 1851*Edward SELWYN was aged 57 in the 1851 census and lived at Rectory, Hemingford Abbots, Huntingdonshire, England, . 
Occupation*He was a Rector of Hemingford Abbots. 

Family

 Fanny (SELWYN) b. 1807
Child 1.Matilda Charlotte SELWYN+ b. 1833, d. 1882

Citations

  1. [S9] IGI (Extracted Record) at http://www.familysearch.org/ "Extracted record."

Ellen Maria Louisa SELWYN1

F, #14902, b. June 1828, d. 1829
Ellen Maria Louisa SELWYN|b. Jun 1828\nd. 1829|p618.htm#i14902|Townshend SELWYN|b. 1782\nd. 1853|p618.htm#i14891|Charlotte Sophia MURRAY|b. 1785|p537.htm#i14892|Henry C. SELWYN|b. c 1752|p618.htm#i14893|Sarah (SELWYN)|b. c 1752|p33.htm#i14894|||||||

Father* Townshend SELWYN1 b. 1782, d. 1853
Mother* Charlotte Sophia MURRAY1 b. 1785

Birth*June 1828Ellen Maria Louisa SELWYN was born in June 1828 at Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
She was the daughter of Townshend SELWYN and Charlotte Sophia MURRAY.1 
Baptism3 August 1828Ellen Maria Louisa SELWYN was baptized on 3 August 1828 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
Death*1829She died in 1829 at Kilmington, Somerset, England. 
Burial*28 February 1829She was buried on 28 February 1829 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England; Aged 8 mos.2 
Residence*She lived at Kilmington. 

Citations

  1. [S6] Baptisms Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.
  2. [S11] Burials Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.

Frederick Augustine Leopold SELWYN1

M, #14897, b. 1817
Frederick Augustine Leopold SELWYN|b. 1817|p618.htm#i14897|Townshend SELWYN|b. 1782\nd. 1853|p618.htm#i14891|Charlotte Sophia MURRAY|b. 1785|p537.htm#i14892|Henry C. SELWYN|b. c 1752|p618.htm#i14893|Sarah (SELWYN)|b. c 1752|p33.htm#i14894|||||||

Father* Townshend SELWYN1 b. 1782, d. 1853
Mother* Charlotte Sophia MURRAY1 b. 1785

Birth*1817Frederick Augustine Leopold SELWYN was born in 1817 at Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
He was the son of Townshend SELWYN and Charlotte Sophia MURRAY.1 
Baptism14 September 1817Frederick Augustine Leopold SELWYN was baptized on 14 September 1817 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
Marriage*2 July 1851He married Louisa Jean GROVE, daughter of J. GROVE Esq., on 2 July 1851 at Donhead St Andrew, Wiltshire, England, .2,3 
Residence*Frederick Augustine Leopold SELWYN lived at Kilmington. 
Name VariationHe was also known as Frederick Leopold Augustus. Appears this way on marriage record. 
Newspaper*8 July 1851He was New Tag MARRIED: July 2, at Donhead St Andrew church, by the Rev. S SELWYN, M.A., F.L.A. SELWYN, Commander R.N., eldest son of the Rev. T SELWYN, rector of Kilmington and canon of Gloucester, to Louisa Jean, secon daughter of J. GROVE, Esq., of Ferne, Wilts. on 8 July 1851.3 

Family

 Louisa Jean GROVE b. c 1829

Citations

  1. [S6] Baptisms Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.
  2. [S14] FreeBMD "Sep qtr 1851 Tisbury Reg Dist vol.8 p.635."
  3. [S159] "Daily News (London, England), Tuesday, July 8, 1851; Issue 1598."

George Sydney SELWYN1

M, #14899, b. 1821
George Sydney SELWYN|b. 1821|p618.htm#i14899|Townshend SELWYN|b. 1782\nd. 1853|p618.htm#i14891|Charlotte Sophia MURRAY|b. 1785|p537.htm#i14892|Henry C. SELWYN|b. c 1752|p618.htm#i14893|Sarah (SELWYN)|b. c 1752|p33.htm#i14894|||||||

Father* Townshend SELWYN1 b. 1782, d. 1853
Mother* Charlotte Sophia MURRAY1 b. 1785

Birth*1821George Sydney SELWYN was born in 1821 at Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
He was the son of Townshend SELWYN and Charlotte Sophia MURRAY.1 
Baptism28 February 1821George Sydney SELWYN was baptized on 28 February 1821 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
Occupation*He was a Curate of Kilmington. 
Census 1851*He was aged 30 in the 1851 census and lived at The Rectory, Kilmington, Somerset, England. 
Name VariationHe was also known as Sydney. Shown this way in 1851 census. 
Residence*He lived at Kilmington. 

Citations

  1. [S6] Baptisms Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.

Georgina Charlotte SELWYN1

F, #14904, b. 1818
Georgina Charlotte SELWYN|b. 1818|p618.htm#i14904|Townshend SELWYN|b. 1782\nd. 1853|p618.htm#i14891|Charlotte Sophia MURRAY|b. 1785|p537.htm#i14892|Henry C. SELWYN|b. c 1752|p618.htm#i14893|Sarah (SELWYN)|b. c 1752|p33.htm#i14894|||||||

Father* Townshend SELWYN1 b. 1782, d. 1853
Mother* Charlotte Sophia MURRAY1 b. 1785

Birth*1818Georgina Charlotte SELWYN was born in 1818 at Hitenington, Melbury Osmond, Dorset, England, .1 
She was the daughter of Townshend SELWYN and Charlotte Sophia MURRAY.1 
Baptism6 July 1818Georgina Charlotte SELWYN was baptized on 6 July 1818 at Melbury Osmond, Dorset, England.1,2 
Marriage*She married George MARRYAT Esq
Residence*Georgina Charlotte SELWYN lived at Melbury Osmond. 
Married NameHer married name was MARRYAT. 
Newspaper*7 May 1837She was New Tag BIRTHS: At Kilmington, the lady of George MARRYAT, Esq., of a daughter on 7 May 1837.3 

Family

 George MARRYAT Esq b. 1806
Children 1.Agnes Charlotte MARRYAT4 b. 1837
 2.Edith MARRYAT5 b. 1838
 3.Isabel MARRYAT5 b. 1842

Citations

  1. [S44] Website Dorset Online Parish Clerk (http://www.opcdorset.com/) "Melbury Osmond
    BAPTISMS 1731 - 1880

    Transcribed by Ralph Kent
    These records are transcribed from Bishop's Transcripts."
  2. [S9] IGI (Extracted Record) at http://www.familysearch.org/ "Extracted record."
  3. [S159] "The Champion and Weekly Herald (London, England), Sunday, May 7, 1837; Issue 34."
  4. [S6] Baptisms Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.
  5. [S16] 1851 Census.

Henry Charles SELWYN

M, #14893, b. circa 1752

Birth*circa 1752Henry Charles SELWYN was born circa 1752. 
Marriage*He married Sarah (SELWYN)
Residence*Henry Charles SELWYN lived at Gloucester. 

Family

 Sarah (SELWYN) b. c 1752
Children 1.Townshend SELWYN+ b. 1782, d. 1853
 2.Edward SELWYN+ b. 1794

Jasper Henry SELWYN1

M, #14898, b. 1819
Jasper Henry SELWYN|b. 1819|p618.htm#i14898|Townshend SELWYN|b. 1782\nd. 1853|p618.htm#i14891|Charlotte Sophia MURRAY|b. 1785|p537.htm#i14892|Henry C. SELWYN|b. c 1752|p618.htm#i14893|Sarah (SELWYN)|b. c 1752|p33.htm#i14894|||||||

Father* Townshend SELWYN1 b. 1782, d. 1853
Mother* Charlotte Sophia MURRAY1 b. 1785

Birth*1819Jasper Henry SELWYN was born in 1819 at Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
He was the son of Townshend SELWYN and Charlotte Sophia MURRAY.1 
Baptism1 March 1819Jasper Henry SELWYN was baptized on 1 March 1819 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
Occupation*He was a Lieutenant Royal Navy. 
Census 1851*He was aged 32 in the 1851 census and lived at The Rectory, Kilmington, Somerset, England. 
Residence*He lived at Kilmington. 

Citations

  1. [S6] Baptisms Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.

Mabel E. SELWYN1

F, #14913, b. 3 July 1863
Mabel E. SELWYN|b. 3 Jul 1863|p618.htm#i14913|Alfred Richard Cecil SELWYN CMG. LLD. FRS. FRCS.|b. 28 Jul 1824\nd. 19 Oct 1902|p618.htm#i14901|Matilda Charlotte SELWYN|b. 1833\nd. 1882|p618.htm#i14910|Townshend SELWYN|b. 1782\nd. 1853|p618.htm#i14891|Charlotte S. MURRAY|b. 1785|p537.htm#i14892|Edward SELWYN|b. 1794|p618.htm#i14911|Fanny (SELWYN)|b. 1807|p33.htm#i14912|

Father* Alfred Richard Cecil SELWYN CMG. LLD. FRS. FRCS.1 b. 28 Jul 1824, d. 19 Oct 1902
Mother* Matilda Charlotte SELWYN1 b. 1833, d. 1882

Birth*3 July 1863Mabel E. SELWYN was born on 3 July 1863 at England.1 
She was the daughter of Alfred Richard Cecil SELWYN CMG. LLD. FRS. FRCS. and Matilda Charlotte SELWYN.1 
Census 1901*Mabel E. SELWYN was aged 36 in the 1901 census and lived at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, .1 
Emigration*1869She emigrated in 1869 to Canada. 

Citations

  1. [S152] Online image of the 1901 Census of Canada.

Mary Elizabeth Adolpone SELWYN1

F, #14895, b. 1813
Mary Elizabeth Adolpone SELWYN|b. 1813|p618.htm#i14895|Townshend SELWYN|b. 1782\nd. 1853|p618.htm#i14891|Charlotte Sophia MURRAY|b. 1785|p537.htm#i14892|Henry C. SELWYN|b. c 1752|p618.htm#i14893|Sarah (SELWYN)|b. c 1752|p33.htm#i14894|||||||

Father* Townshend SELWYN1 b. 1782, d. 1853
Mother* Charlotte Sophia MURRAY1 b. 1785

Birth*1813Mary Elizabeth Adolpone SELWYN was born in 1813 at Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
She was the daughter of Townshend SELWYN and Charlotte Sophia MURRAY.1 
Baptism30 May 1813Mary Elizabeth Adolpone SELWYN was baptized on 30 May 1813 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
Census 1841*She was aged 25 in the 1841 census and lived at Near the Church, Kilmington, Somerset, England. 
Census 1851*She was aged 37 in the 1851 census and lived at The Rectory, Kilmington, Somerset, England. 
Residence*She lived at Kilmington. 

Citations

  1. [S6] Baptisms Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.

Matilda Charlotte SELWYN

F, #14910, b. 1833, d. 1882
Matilda Charlotte SELWYN|b. 1833\nd. 1882|p618.htm#i14910|Edward SELWYN|b. 1794|p618.htm#i14911|Fanny (SELWYN)|b. 1807|p33.htm#i14912|Henry C. SELWYN|b. c 1752|p618.htm#i14893|Sarah (SELWYN)|b. c 1752|p33.htm#i14894|||||||

Father* Edward SELWYN b. 1794
Mother* Fanny (SELWYN)1 b. 1807

Birth*1833Matilda Charlotte SELWYN was born in 1833 at Hemingford Abbots, Huntingdonshire, England, . 
She was the daughter of Edward SELWYN and Fanny (SELWYN).1 
Marriage*8 July 1852Matilda Charlotte SELWYN married Alfred Richard Cecil SELWYN CMG. LLD. FRS. FRCS., son of Townshend SELWYN and Charlotte Sophia MURRAY, on 8 July 1852 at Hemingford Abbots, Huntingdonshire, England, . 1st cousins FBD.2,3 
Death*1882Matilda Charlotte SELWYN died in 1882 at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, . 
Burial*27 October 1882She was buried on 27 October 1882 at Mountain View Cemetery, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, ; Name Matilda Charlotte SELWYN Birth or baptism 1833 Marriage Death or burial 27 Oct 1882 Age Relations wf Alfred Richard Cecil Place ENG HUN Hemmingford Abbots born Notes Source Vancouver Mountain View Cem BC CAN.4
 
Residence*She lived at Hemingford Abbots, Huntingdonshire, England and Vancouver, Canada. 
Newspaper*17 July 1852She was New Tag MARRIED: July 8, at Hemingford Abbots, Alfred Richd. Cecil, youngest son of the Rev. Townshend SELWYN, canon of Gloucester and rector of Kilmington, to Matilda Charlotte, youngest daughter of the Rev. Edward SELWYN, Rector of Hemingford Abbots on 17 July 1852.2 

Family

 Alfred Richard Cecil SELWYN CMG. LLD. FRS. FRCS. b. 28 Jul 1824, d. 19 Oct 1902
Child 1.Mabel E. SELWYN5 b. 3 Jul 1863

Citations

  1. [S16] 1851 Census.
  2. [S159] "The Bristol Mercury (Bristol, England), Saturday, July 17, 1852; Issue 3252."
  3. [S14] FreeBMD "Sep qtr 1852 St Ives Reg Dist vol.3b p.415."
  4. [S232] Website http://www.findmypast.co.uk Parish Register Transcripts "UK Strays Abroad."
  5. [S152] Online image of the 1901 Census of Canada.

Townshend SELWYN

M, #14891, b. 1782, d. 1853
Townshend SELWYN|b. 1782\nd. 1853|p618.htm#i14891|Henry Charles SELWYN|b. c 1752|p618.htm#i14893|Sarah (SELWYN)|b. c 1752|p33.htm#i14894|||||||||||||

Father* Henry Charles SELWYN b. c 1752
Mother* Sarah (SELWYN) b. c 1752

Birth*1782Townshend SELWYN was born in 1782 at Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England.1 
He was the son of Henry Charles SELWYN and Sarah (SELWYN)
Baptism4 July 1782Townshend SELWYN was baptised on 4 July 1782 at St Mary de Lode, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England, .2 
Marriage*16 June 1812He married Charlotte Sophia MURRAY on 16 June 1812 at Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, .2 
Death*1853Townshend SELWYN died in 1853 at Kilmington, Somerset, England. 
Burial*7 June 1853He was buried on 7 June 1853 at St Mary's, Kilmington, Somerset, England; Aged 70 yrs.3 
Residence*He lived at Gloucester and Kilmington. 
Census 1841*He was aged 60 in the 1841 census and lived at Near the Church, Kilmington, Somerset, England. 
Occupation*He was a Rector of Kilmington and Canon of Gloucester; Rector of Melbury Bubb and Vicar of Milton Clevedon. 
Census 1851*He was aged 68 in the 1851 census and lived at The Rectory, Kilmington, Somerset, England. 

Family

 Charlotte Sophia MURRAY b. 1785
Children 1.Mary Elizabeth Adolpone SELWYN4 b. 1813
 2.Charles Augustus SELWYN4 b. 1816, d. 1816
 3.Frederick Augustine Leopold SELWYN4 b. 1817
 4.Georgina Charlotte SELWYN+5 b. 1818
 5.Jasper Henry SELWYN4 b. 1819
 6.George Sydney SELWYN4 b. 1821
 7.Arthur Edward SELWYN4 b. 1823
 8.Alfred Richard Cecil SELWYN CMG. LLD. FRS. FRCS.+4 b. 28 Jul 1824, d. 19 Oct 1902
 9.Ellen Maria Louisa SELWYN4 b. Jun 1828, d. 1829

Citations

  1. [S16] 1851 Census.
  2. [S9] IGI (Extracted Record) at http://www.familysearch.org/ "Extracted record."
  3. [S69] Burials, Kilmington, 1837-1944, transcribed by Cathy Day, School of Archaeology and Anthropology, ANU and Yvonne Scrivener.
  4. [S6] Baptisms Transcript, Kilmington, 1596-1837 by WFHS.
  5. [S44] Website Dorset Online Parish Clerk (http://www.opcdorset.com/) "Melbury Osmond
    BAPTISMS 1731 - 1880

    Transcribed by Ralph Kent
    These records are transcribed from Bishop's Transcripts."

Phyllis SERLE

F, #1496, b. circa 1722

Birth*circa 1722Phyllis SERLE was born circa 1722. 
Marriage*September 1744She married Thomas GATEHOUSE in September 1744 at Silton, Dorset, England. Groom of Bourton.1 
Residence*Phyllis SERLE lived at Silton; Bourton, Gillingham. 
Married NameHer married name was GATEHOUSE. 

Family

 Thomas GATEHOUSE b. c 1719
Children 1.Charles GATEHOUSE b. 1749
 2.Charles GATEHOUSE+ b. 1752
 3.Elizabeth GATEHOUSE b. 1754
 4.Jane GATEHOUSE b. 1755
 5.Elizabeth GATEHOUSE b. 1757

Citations

  1. [S44] Website Dorset Online Parish Clerk (http://www.opcdorset.com/) "Silton Marriages."

Ernest SERRELL

M, #2488, b. 29 December 1878, d. 1916
Ernest SERRELL|b. 29 Dec 1878\nd. 1916|p618.htm#i2488|William SERRELL|b. 1849\nd. 1933|p619.htm#i2484|Martha Ann THOMAS|b. 1848\nd. 1926|p688.htm#i2485|George SERRELL|b. 1824|p618.htm#i18687|Elizabeth (SERRELL)|b. 1826|p33.htm#i18689|George THOMAS|b. c 1818|p688.htm#i18688||||

Father* William SERRELL b. 1849, d. 1933
Mother* Martha Ann THOMAS b. 1848, d. 1926

Birth*29 December 1878Ernest SERRELL was born on 29 December 1878 at Stourton, Wiltshire, England.1 
He was the son of William SERRELL and Martha Ann THOMAS
Baptism4 February 1879Ernest SERRELL was baptised on 4 February 1879 at Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Street, Kilmington, Somerset, England.1 
Marriage*March 1915He married Alice Rosina Gertrude GALE in March 1915 at Shepton Mallet Reg Dist, Somerset, England.2 
Death*1916Ernest SERRELL died in 1916 at Isolation Hospital, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England, . 
Burial*30 June 1916He was buried on 30 June 1916 at Stourton, Wiltshire, England; Aged 33 yrs [sic]. 
Census 1911*He was aged 30 in the 1911 census and lived at Top Lane Farm, Bonham, Stourton, Somerset, England. 
Occupation*He was a Farmer. 
Residence*He lived at Stourton. 
Census 1881*He was aged 2 in the 1881 census and lived at Dairy, Stourton, Wiltshire, England, . 

Family

 Alice Rosina Gertrude GALE b. Sep 1890

Citations

  1. [S90] Baptisms, Kilmington, 1868-1945.
  2. [S14] FreeBMD "Mar qtr 1915 Shepton Mallett Reg Dist, vol. 5c p.697."

Francis SERRELL

M, #18690, b. circa 1780

Birth*circa 1780Francis SERRELL was born circa 1780. 
Marriage*7 July 1813He married Jane GODFREY, daughter of William GODFREY, on 7 July 1813 at Horsington, Somerset, England. Groom a wid. Bride of North Cheriton. Wit: William THOMPSOn (X), Mary THOMPSON (X).1 
Residence*Francis SERRELL lived at Horsington. 

Family

 Jane GODFREY b. 1779
Child 1.George SERRELL+ b. 1824

Citations

  1. [S232] Website http://www.findmypast.co.uk Parish Register Transcripts "Somerset Marriages (post-1754)."

George SERRELL

M, #18687, b. 1824
George SERRELL|b. 1824|p618.htm#i18687|Francis SERRELL|b. c 1780|p618.htm#i18690|Jane GODFREY|b. 1779|p306.htm#i18691|||||||William GODFREY|b. c 1750|p306.htm#i18959||||

Father* Francis SERRELL b. c 1780
Mother* Jane GODFREY b. 1779

Birth*1824George SERRELL was born in 1824 at South Cheriton, Horsington, Somerset, England. 
He was the son of Francis SERRELL and Jane GODFREY
Baptism27 June 1824George SERRELL was baptised on 27 June 1824 at Horsington, Somerset, England.1 
Marriage*He married Elizabeth (SERRELL)
Residence*George SERRELL lived at South Cheriton. 
Census 1861*He was aged 35 in the 1861 census and lived at South Cheriton, Horsington, Somerset, England. 
Occupation*He was a Farm Labourer. 

Family

 Elizabeth (SERRELL) b. 1826
Child 1.William SERRELL+ b. 1849, d. 1933

Citations

  1. [S9] IGI (Extracted Record) at http://www.familysearch.org/ "C019382 1558 - 1835 0477642 Film 0933445."

Harriet SERRELL

F, #14869, b. 1820
Harriet SERRELL|b. 1820|p618.htm#i14869|Samuel SERRELL B.A.|b. 1762\nd. Mar 1842|p619.htm#i9282|Harriet DIGBY|b. 1781\nd. Sep 1848|p208.htm#i9283|John SERRELL|b. 1733|p619.htm#i14880|Mary (SERRELL)|b. c 1732|p33.htm#i14881|William DIGBY|b. 21 Jan 1733\nd. 18 Sep 1788|p208.htm#i14848|Charlotte COX|b. 1743|p177.htm#i14849|

Father* Samuel SERRELL B.A. b. 1762, d. Mar 1842
Mother* Harriet DIGBY b. 1781, d. Sep 1848

Birth*1820Harriet SERRELL was born in 1820 at England. 
She was the daughter of Samuel SERRELL B.A. and Harriet DIGBY
Note*Other information; Assumed to be the d/o Samuel & Harreit, as she was living with them in 1841. 
Residence*Harriet SERRELL lived at Langton Matravers. 
Census 1841*She was aged 20 in the 1841 census and lived at Dunford House, Langton Matravers, Dorset, England, . 
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