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101 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, John (I1735)
 
102 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, Mary (I1736)
 
103 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, William (I1737)
 
104 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, Robert (I1738)
 
105 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, Betty (I1739)
 
106 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, Rinaldo (I1740)
 
107 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, Joseph (I1741)
 
108 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, Ann (I1742)
 
109 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, Richard (I1743)
 
110 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, Rice (I1744)
 
111 (Research):See attached sources. Weeks, Unity (I1745)
 
112 (Research):See attached sources. Burt, James (I1746)
 
113 (Research):See attached sources. Sharp, Elizabeth (I1747)
 
114 (Research):See attached sources. Sharp, Thomas (I1748)
 
115 (Research):See attached sources. Maidment, Charlotte (I1749)
 
116 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, Richard (I1750)
 
117 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, Rice (I1751)
 
118 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, George (I1752)
 
119 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, Ann (I1753)
 
120 (Research):See attached sources. Rabbets, Elizabeth (I1754)
 
121 (Research):See attached sources. Foot, Rice (I1755)
 
122 (Research):Sidney Alfred Lasbury was one of 439 miners killed on 14th October 1913 in Britain's worst coal mining disaster at Universal Colliery, Senghenydd in the South Wales Valleys. The explosion was believed to have been caused by firedamp (methane) ignited by electrical signalling equipment.

Sidney Alfred Lasbury, 26 and his brother William Henry Lasbury, 23 were both working underground at the time of the explosion.

They were rescued from the pit but were both believed to be dead so their bodies were laid out side by side amongst the numerous other victims at the pit head.

Sidney Alfred had indeed perished but his brother William Henry suddenly showed signs of life and received immediate medical attention.

Their father Walter Alfred Lasbury was returning from holiday when he heard news of the disaster and immediately travelled to South Wales to be with his sons.

Sidney Alfred Lasbury was buried in a cemetery close to the colliery in Senghenydd.

William Henry Lasbury later moved to Doncaster in Yorkshire with his wife Alice Jane Canter. They had two children, William Leslie and Mildred.

William died in 1972 at the age of 82. 
Lasbury, Sidney Alfred (I189)
 
123 (Research):Sir Reginald Fleming Johnston is not an extremely well known figure but many have heard of him thanks to two sources; his memoir "Twilight in the Forbidden City" and the award-winning film "The Last Emperor" in which he was portrayed by Peter O'Toole. He was a committed monarchist and endured much because of this, particularly because of his staunch loyalty to his pupil and friend HIM Emperor Xuantong aka "Henry PuYi". Johnston was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and in 1898 entered the British colonial service working in Hong Kong and Weihaiwei, China. A noted scholar he was known for his extensive studies of China; the language, history, culture and customs. In 1919, as part of an effort to build ties with the British by the Imperial Household Department, Johnston was employed as tutor to the 13-year-old Manchu Emperor.

Johnston and his pupil soon became fast friends and Johnston was one of only 2 foreigners to live so closely to the Emperor in the Forbidden City and the Summer Palace. He was given a number of honors and could be seen wearing a Chinese gown and being carried in a sedan chair like a Qing dynasty official. The Emperor appreciated his candor and his extensive knowledge of the outside world he knew so little about. He also saw him as a true friend, devoted to him personally and not trying to use him to advance himself as so many others clearly were. Johnston appreciated the Emperor's idealism, curiosity and desire to enact reforms and become a modern monarch. Both of them maintained hope that the Qing monarchy could be restored.

The two remained very close until the Emperor was expelled from the Forbidden City in 1924. A few years later Johnston was assigned as Commissioner of Weihaiwei which post he held until the Republic of China took control of the region in 1930. The following year he became Professor of Chinese at the University of London but still kept in touch with his old pupil and was hopeful that the move to Manchuria and the creation of the Empire of Manchukuo would be the dawn of a new era for the Qing monarch. The last Emperor wrote the forward for his book "Twilight in the Forbidden City" and Johnston wrote of the move to Manchuria,"in the earnest hope that, after the passing of the twilight and the long night, the dawn of a new and happier day for himself, and also for his people on both sides of the Great Wall, is now breaking."

Johnston retired from teaching in 1937 and moved to the island of Eilean Righ which he had purchased and where he built a Chinese garden and kept his Chinese robes, honors, documents and artifacts in a special Chinese-style room. He attracted quite a bit of criticism during the days after the oubreak of World War II in Asia for continuing to fly the Manchukuo flag over his island, a display not of any political approval of Japanese actions but of his unfailing loyalty to his friend the Emperor and his continued belief in his potential to be a good monarch for China. He never married but was engaged at the time of his death the following year in 1938.

http://madmonarchist.blogspot.com/2009/09/monarchist-profile-sir-reginald-f.html 
Johnston, Sir Reginald A. Fleming KCMG, CBE (I5222)
 
124 (Research):Son of Margaret Elizabeth Crawford and Valentine Doane(9), Ezra Doane(8), Hezekiah(7), Hezekiah(6), Hezekiah(5), Elisha(4), Hezekiah(3), Ephraim(2), Deacon John Doane(1). Married to Estella F. Deeder on 23 Aug 1904.

1919 prarrie Farmer's Reliable Directory of Farmers and Breeders listed Ralph Doane as renting a 397 acre farm from his father Valentine Doane in Baylis R3 Fairmont Section 10 and owning an Essex automobile.

Newspaper Article: "Ralph Doane, a Pike County farmer, and two women evangelists who had been staying in the Doane home in Fairmount township, were instantly killed last Wednesday afternoon when the truck was struck by a fast Wabash freight train at the crossing east of the Barry Depot. Coroner R.J. Conboy conducted an inquest at the Hufnagel Undertaking Parlor that evening, and the jury returned a verdict that the three came to their death by being struck by the Wabash train at the crossing 400 feet east of the depot. Witnesses said that two cars preceded Doane's small truck up the grade and over the crossing, barely escaping being hit, or that the Doane car either stalled or skidded onto the tracks when he applied the brakes sharply as the train bore down on them. Witnesses agreed that Brakeman E.J. Kearney of Decatur, of the crew of a local freight standing on a switch at the crossing, was flagging down traffic as the fast train roared through Barry bound for Hannibal from Decatur.

The dead were: Miss Hattie McGowan, past 40, and Miss Edith Allingham, 37, who came to this country from Ireland as missionaies, and had no permanent address; and Ralph Doane, 65, a farmer, who with his family resided northwest of Perry.

Ralph Doane, the son of Valentine and Margaret Elizabeth Doane, was born November 24, 1870, at South Prairie in Fairmount Township, Pike County, Illinois. He was married to Stella Deeter, who with two daughters, Mrs. Catherine Mitchell of Milton, Pike County, IL., and Helen, at home, survive him. Mr. Doane was the eldest of four children and is survived by a brother, W.E.Doane, and a sister, Miss Jennie Doane of Griggsville, and by a brother, Fred E. Doane of Harlington, Texas, who was unable to come for the funeral on account of ill health. Funeral services were held at the family residence Saturday afternoon, Sept. 19 at 1:30. Interment was in McCord cemetery, Perry, Pike County, IL." 
Doane, Ralph (I3751)
 
125 (Research):St Paul Deptford, London, England & Bitton, Somerset provided by Patricia Yates Lasbury, James William Symes (I737)
 
126 (Research):St Paul Deptford, London, England & Plumstead, London provided by Patricia Yates
 
Lasbury, Tom Henry (I739)
 
127 (Research):St Philip and St Jacob, Bitton, Somerset, England provided by Patricia Yates
 
Lasbury, Benjamin (I735)
 
128 (Research):The 1881Census shows he was born in Southwark, Surrey, UK
The 1891Census shows he was born in Blackfriars, London, UK
The 1901Census shows he was born in Edmonton, London, UK

 
Hobson, Frederick John (I90)
 
129 (Research):The Canberra Times - 6th July 1948

THIRD DEATH AFTER COLLISION

SYDNEY, Monday.

Two people are dead and two others may die as a result of an accident on the Hume Highway yesterday. This was stated today at the Liverpool Court when David Russell, 35, carrier, of Liverpool, was remanded to July 28 on two charges of manslaughter.

Russell was also remanded on charges of drunken driving, driving on the wrong side of the road and on three charges of causing grievous bodily harm.

Bail of 100 was allowed.

Sergeant McKinley said that Russell, while drunk, drove on the wrong side of the road in a truck and collided with a car.

As a result of the smash Herbert J. C. Perry, of Granville, and Arthur S. Croft, of Broadmeadow, died. Fears were held for the recovery of Edna Croft, Amy Lasbury and Eunice Perry.

The third death occurred today following an accident at Liverpool last night.

Mrs. Amy Lasbury, 72, of Clyde Street. Granville, died with a fractured skull in Parramatta District Hospital this afternoon.

Still critically ill in hospital are Mrs. Edna Croft, of Broadmeadow, wife of the dead man; Anita Croft, of Granville, and Eunice Perry, of Granville.

All have probable fractures of the skull.

Murray McKenzie, of Lane Cove, 19, a motor cyclist, who collided with the crashed vehicles, is in Parramatta Hospital with a fractured leg. 
Walker, Amy Ethel (I733)
 
130 (Research):Theodore Strongin - Good friend and companion to Leah Jeanne Bartlett

http://www.nytimes.com/1998/12/03/arts/theodore-strongin-79-a-critic-championed-contemporary-music.html 
Bartlett, Leah Jeanne (I400)
 
131 (Research):There was only one who survived the explosion, W.H. Lasbury, an assistant
timberman. He went down the York shaft on the morning of the explosion at about 7.50a.m. and went to the West York by the return.

He then went about 20 to 30 yards below the engine on the York West incline when he heard a dull report. He was enveloped in a cloud of dust, which travelled from behind him and he lost his light. He fell forwards and he called to the engineman asking if he was all right to which he replied that he was. He turned back to the pit and groped his way out.

As he neared the cross cut he heard a sound as of air rushing through the doors in
its ordinary way. As he drew near the doors crashed open and he heard a splintering sound and he staggered back just on the inbye side of the doors, collected himself and staggered to the bottom of the York shaft where he dropped.

This gave an idication that there had been two explosions.

http://www.cmhrc.co.uk/site/home/index.html 
Lasbury, William Henry (I220)
 
132 (Research):This the last will and testament of me Thomas lasbury of Stroud in the county of Gloucestershire, shopkeeper and beerseller I give and devise unto my son Thomas lasbury all that Mesonage Tenement or Dwelling house with the garden and appurtenances ?????? belonging situate in Parliament Street in Stroud aforesaid purchased by me of Hester Hogg and ???? my occupations

And also that piece or parcel of land situate at the upper part of Garney's Leaze in Stroud aforesaid and purchased by me of William Hopson together with the seven Mesonages or Dwelling Houses lately ceeded by me thereon to hold the same with their respective ?????????? unto and to the use of my said son Thomas Lasbury hevis and ofsigns for ever

Also I give and devise unto my said son Thomas Lasbury all that freehold Mesonage tenements or dwelling house with the garden and appurtenances ????? belonging in situate Parliament Street in Stroud aforesaid purchased by me of Hester Hogg and now in my occupation.

And also all that freehold piece or parcel of land situate at the appro part of Garney Leaze in accord aforesaid and purchased by me of William Hopson together with the seven Mesonages or dwelling houses lately ???????? by me ????????? tohold the same with their respective appurtenances into and to the use of my said son Thomas Lasbury his hevis and asigns forever

Also I give and devise unto my said son Thomas Lasbury all that freehold Mesonages ????????? or dwelling house and shop with the garden ground and appurtenances there unto and joining and belonging situates in parliament Street in Stroud aforesaid late in the occupation of Peter Steel and son of Robert Holder and purchased by me of Thomas Clarkes to hold the same unto and to the use of my said son Thomas Lasbury his hevis and ofsigns forever charged nevertheless and I do hereby charge the said last mentioned Mesonage and hereditorments with the payment of the sum of one hundred and five pounds to my son John Lasbury at the end of twelve calendar months next after my deceased which sum shall not bear interest in the meantime I give and devise unto my grandson Henry Lockyer son of my late daughter.

All that freehold Mesonages tenement or dwelling house with the garden and appurtenances there unto belonging situate in a lane or alley adjoining the old chapel burial ground leading from Old Chapel Street for Parliament Street in Stroud aforesaid formerly belonging to Hester Hogg and now in the occupation of George Burrows to hold the same unto and to the use of my said grandson Henry Lockyer his hevis and assigns forever.

Provided and my will is that until my said grandson shall the age of twenty one years my said Thomas Lasbury shall receive the rent thereof and pay and apply the same for the benefit of my said grandson as my said son Thomas Lasbury shall in his discretion think proper.

Provided also that in case my said grandson shall not attain the age of twenty one years then I give and devise the said last mentioned Mesonage and hereditaments unto and to the use of my said son Thomas Lasbury his hevis and assigns forever.

I give and bequeth unto my said grandson Henry Lockyer my watch and its appendages and all and singular my household goods and furniture stock in trade monies personal estate and affects not h??????before bequethed I give and bequeth unto my said son Thomas lasbury for his own use and benefit subject to the payment of my just debts funeral and testamen?? expenses.

And I appoint my said son Thomas Lasbury executor of this my will and do hereby revoke all wills and codicils by me at any time herebefore made and declare this only to be my last will and testament.

In ?????????? whereof I have to each sheet of this my will contained in two sheets of paper set my hand this ninth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty two.

Thomas Lasbury
Signed by the said Thomas Lasbury

The dictator in the presence of us present at the same time who in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subsisded ??????? names as ????????? Sam Clayfield Solicitor Stroud / Heptisibah Vick Stroud

Stroud at Gloucester 23rd day of June 1866
By the oath of Thomas Lasbury the son the sole executor to whom administration was granted
The ??????????? Thomas Lasbury was late of Stroud in the county of Gloucester shopkeeper and beerseller and died on the ninth day of June 1866 at Stroud aforesaid

Under 20
Sam Clayfield
Sol. Stroud
 
Lasbury, Thomas (I201)
 
133 (Research):To George Washington from Warner Mifflin, 23 November 1792

From Warner Mifflin

Philada 23d 11 Mon[th]: 1792To the President, Senate and House of Representatives of the United States\emdash

"He that ruleth over men must be just, ruling in the fear of God"\emdash 2d Sam: 23.3.

Having for a long time felt my mind impressed with a religious engagement on your account, and a belief that if measures are not taken to redress the wrongs, and alleviate the sufferings and oppression of the African race in these states, the Almighty will manifest his displeasure in a more conspicuous manner than has yet appeared: The consideration whereof excites me in his fear, earnestly to sollicit and solemnly to warn you, to exert your power and influence, that right and justice may be done in this important case.1

I have been also affected with the following declaration of the prophet, Vizt Ezek. 3.20. "When a righteous man doth turn from his righteousness, and commit iniquity, and I lay a stumbling block before him, he shall die; because thou hast not given him warning, he shall die in his sins, and his righteousness which he hath done shall not be remembred; but his blood will I require at thine hand.["]

21. "Nevertheless if thou warn the righteous man, that the righteous sin not, and he doth not sin, he shall surely live, because he is warned; also thou hast delivered thy soul."

Now, I cannot view the declaration made by the first Congress, in substance to amount to any thing short of a solemn covenant, entered into with the God of Heaven and the whole earth; Vizt We hold these truths self evident, that all men were created equal, that they were endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, among which are life, liberty &ca; and which remains obligatory on the present Congress so to consider\emdash How then have those rights become alienated, that Americans shall be permitted to continue to ravage the coast of Africa, thereby promoting murder, pillaging, plundering and burning its towns, and inslaving its inhabitants;2 and in the United States, while some of those very men, who perhaps with their own hands subscribed the aforesaid declaration, remain in the Supreme Legislature,3 that avaricious men shall be permitted to pass through the country, steal, buy, traffick, barter and exchange the blacks, as though they were indeed brute beasts, separating husband from wife, parents from children, even mothers from infant babes; yea, from all that is dear to men in this world except life, and indeed that also, as there are divers instances of their being murthered;4 others in iron fetters, huddled into jails till the number wanted is collected, then stowed into vessels for transportation to foreign parts, and sold into perpetual slavery; not permitting a parting leave between the nearest ties of nature. My soul now revolts at the infernal crime committed against innocent persons without provocation. Oh! let me now beseech you, not to think it too much degradation for you to reflect, was this the lot of one of your beloved, delicate wives, your tender babes, or near relatives, how then would you feel?

Do not you with me believe that there is a God of Justice, who will finally recompence unto all men according to the fruit of their doings, and that he doth at one view, by his all-penetrating eye, behold the actions of men over the face of the globe; if so, how do we think he will look on the rulers of this land, when he beholds many of them faring sumptuously every day, living in ease and fulness, at the very time that they are inventing unto themselves instruments of music, and spending their precious time in vain theatrical and other amusements, and remember not the afflictions of their suffering African brethren; who in this country may be loaded with irons, under all the pangs of sorrow the human heart can be capable of enduring, for no crime whatever, but because it pleased God to suffer them to come into the world with a black skin; will not this make him your enemy, who is a God that is no respecter of persons.

I crave your serious attention to this important subject, and that while you may feel an animated warmth to fill your minds, when engaged respecting the natives of this land, you suffer a turn of thought respecting the conduct of Americans in Africa, and in this country also, towards Africans; and see if any savage cruelty of the natives, can exceed that of the white people towards the Africans, considering our superior advantage of civilization under the Light of the Gospel. Let us consider we are informed that the measure we meet to others is to be meted to us; and likewise that we may so conduct as never to feel the effects (in the full extent) of the declaration of the Almighty formerly delivered to a highly favoured people, in failure of complying with their covenants and engagements, Vizt\emdash 34.17. "Behold, I proclaim a liberty for you, saith the Lord, to the sword, to the famine, and to the pestilence."5 Is there not reason to acknowledge that we have seen in some measure fulfilled a part of the first; are there not traces of the second, and do we not acknowledge that all three are subservient to Almighty Power; and has not our nation falsified its covenant? Oh! my countrymen and fellow-citizens, be serious on this subject, and allow me the liberty of a free expostulation with you; I feel for the welfare of my country, and my fellow-citizens; every one of whom I love; and believing myself every way equally interested with the largest part of your body in the welfare of my country, I hoped you would allow me freely, thus far to relieve my pained heart, who feel so much on account of the barbarous cruelties exercised on an unoffending people, which I am persuaded you generally have not a full conception of, that under an apprehension of duty I have attempted in this manner to address you.6 Being with sincere desires for your welfare

Your real friend
Warner Mifflin 
Mifflin, Warner (I3000)
 
134 (Research):William Lasbury of Academy Lane, Southington, died Wednesday at MidState Medical Center in Meriden. He was 79.

He was born in Springfield and had lived in Southington since 1953. He retired from Newcomb Spring Co. in 1982.

Mr. Lasbury is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Robert and Joanne Lasbury of Southington; a daughter and son-in-law, Donna and Maurice DeLuco of Southington; five grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. His wife, Dorothy Asquith Lasbury, died previously.

Hartford Courant
18th December 1998 
Lasbury, William Gerdes (I929)
 
135 1 month old Piddell, Ethel Margaret (I52240)
 
136 110 acres & 4 labourers Targett, Anthony (I29719)
 
137 12 June 1861 - Tinings Pit, Radstock

Taking a pony down the pit he rode on top of the cage (always a dangerous place). The engine was a new one and very quick and now for the first time started, it let the carriage down violently off the dogs at the inset. Seymour was jolted off and fell to the inset below a distance of 40 fathoms. 
Seymour, Thomas (I10089)
 
138 12th February 1917 Belfast Newsletter

The Roll of Honour Captain, Percy Beale Lewis, 14th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, Y.C.V.'s, who has been awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty, is a son of the later Mr. John H.B. Lewis and Mrs. T. Morgan Jenkins, Eagle House, Cathays, Cardiff. Before the war he was in the service of the Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation Limited, Belfast, holding the position of claims superintendent.

He married, in June 1915, Miss Ethel Simpson Gunning, youngest daughter of the late Mr. S.C. Gunning, J.P., formerly a bank manager in Cookstown, and Mrs. Gunning, Cedar Grove, Cregagh, Belfast.

Captain Lewis is an old Y.C.V. officer, an organisation which he joined from the Gloucestershire Hussars eighteen months before the outbreak of war. He was appointed transport officer of his brigade on 14th June last, and was promoted to the rank of captain during the opening of the Battle of the Somme. 
Lewis, Major Percy Beale M. C. (I55952)
 
139 13 days old Piddell, Bertie (I52239)
 
140 1841 - Tried for maliciously killing cattle - Sentenced to 1 year in prison

26th Oct 1846 - Tried for killing a sheep with intent to steal - Sentenced to 15 years 
Gulliford, Simon (I23520)
 
141 1871 married to Henry Faulks Johnston, Margaret (I2328)
 
142 1881 British Census

Dwelling:
Census Place:Iwerne Courtnay, Dorset, England
Source:FHL Film 1341502 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2082 Folio 66 Pa ge 15
MarrAgeSexBirthplace
Abel RABBETSM43 MDonhead, Wiltshire, England
Rel:Head
Occ:Ag Lab
Emma J. RABBETSM38 FSutton, Dorset, England
Rel:Wife
Anna L. RABBETSU16 FAshmore, Dorset, England
Rel:Dau
Occ:Glover
Frederick W. RABBETS15 MDonhead, Wiltshire, England
Rel:Son
Occ:Ag Lab
Mary RABBETS 11 FDonhead, Wiltshire, England
Rel:Dau
Occ:Scholar
Fanny RABBETS 10 FDonhead, Wiltshire, England
Rel:Dau
Occ:Scholar
Harry RABBETS 8 MFarnham, Wiltshire, England
Rel:Son
Occ:Scholar
Sarah RABBETS 6 FIwerne, Wiltshire, England
Rel:Dau
Occ:Scholar
George RABBETS 4 MIwerne, Wiltshire, England
Rel:Son
Occ:Scholar
Caroline RABBETS 11 mFChild Okeford, Wiltshire, England
Rel:Dau

Please advise any errors/send additions to:

caulk.head@virgin.net

This research is the work of many individuals, particularly:
Richard Travell of London (for the main TUFFIN file),
John Farrow,Gregory Doggrell, Margaret Ingram, Sean Lynch, Joan Pitman and Joy Waters(DOGGRELLs),
Sandra Vanessa Peters (GREIGS, FOOTS, PETERS),
Amalie Tuffin for Newfoundland (TUFFINS),
Dave Bastable (BASTABLES),
Rosemary Yeoland (YEOLANDS),
Tony Higgins (HIGGINS/FOSTERS/TUFFINS),
Bruce Tuffin and Brian Tuffin Australian (TUFFINS),
Mereana Moore (DOWNS),
Wally Ridout (RID(E)OUTS),
Glenda Hobbs (MacKAYS),
David Court & Cecil Forster (BILKS),
Bob Wood (WOODS),
Karen Bonas (BONAS),
Fiona Langdon (TERRYS),
Malcolm Still (STILLS),
June Innes (BENZIES),
Barry Sydney Tuffin (Kent TUFFINS, Ian Walker(COWANS),
Lucy Neame (NEAMES),
Sue Howes, Mike Trowbridge, Richard Pethen, Bob Murrell and Cherida Coleman (PETHENS),
Sven Svenson (PATTERSONS & SVENSONS),
Frank Whitmarsh (WHITMARSH),
Tony Cross (HIBB),
Debra Young (FEWSTER),
Ann Duberley (TAYLOR/MEREFIELD/TUFFIN),
Jan Pearson (MILSTED/IVES/GOLDSMITH),
John Attfield (ATTFIELD),
Sue Bass (POSTANS),
Father Ian Esmond (SPICER),
Richard Storey (STOREY),
Julie Pibworth, Susan Smith & Carole Vainio (PIBWORTH),
Rachel Claxton (ASHFORD),
Pam Kolodziej (WOODFORD, SHAWS of DEVON),
Jennifer Hardiman (HARDIMAN),
Ursula Passmore (MARTINS) and many others.
Special thanks go to Gordon B. Pearcy for his assistance and encouragement.
 
Rabbets, Abel (I1767)
 
143 1881 British Census

Dwelling:13 Lennox Street Arcot Villa
Census Place:Melcombe Regis, Dorset, England
Source:FHL Film 1341508 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2106 Folio 14 Pa ge 20
MarrAgeSexBirthplace
William STROUDW82 MFrampton, Dorset, England
Rel:Head
Occ:Annuitant
Ann STROUDU49 FBishops Caundle, Dorset, England
Rel:Daur
Occ:Housekeeper
William D.S. COLEU12 MWinson, Hampshire, England
Rel:Gd Son
Martha A. RABBETS U13 FAshmore, Dorset, England
Rel:Serv
Occ:Genl Serv Domestic Serv

Please advise any errors/send additions to:
caulk.head@virgin.net
This research is the work of many individuals, particularly Richard Travell of London (for the main TUFFIN file),John Farrow,Gregory Doggrell, Margaret Ingram, Sean Lynch, Joan Pitman and Joy Waters(DOGGRELLs), Sandra Vanessa Peters (GREIGS, FOOTS, PETERS), Amalie Tuffin for Newfoundland TUFFINS, Dave Bastable (BASTABLES), Rosemary Yeoland (YEOLANDS), Tony Higgins (HIGGINS/FOSTERS/TUFFINS), Bruce Tuffin and Brian Tuffin (Australian TUFFINS), Mereana Moore (DOWNS), Wally Ridout (RID(E)OUTS),Glenda Hobbs (MacKAYS), David Court & Cecil Forster (BILKS), Bob Wood (WOODS), Karen Bonas (BONAS etc.), Fiona Langdon (TERRYS), Malcolm Still (STILLS), June Innes (BENZIES), Barry Sydney Tuffin (Kent TUFFINS, Ian Walker(COWANS), Lucy Neame (NEAMES), Sue Howes, Mike Trowbridge, Richard Pethen, Bob Murrell and Cherida Coleman (PETHENS), Sven Svenson (PATTERSONS & SVENSONS), Frank Whitmarsh (WHITMARSHs), Tony Cross (HIBBs), Debra Young (FEWSTERs), Ann Duberley (TAYLOR/MEREFIELD/TUFFIN), Jan Pearson (MILSTED/IVES/GOLDSMITH clan), John Attfield (ATTFIELDs), Sue Bass (POSTANS), Father Ian Esmond (SPICERs), Richard Storey (STOREYs), Julie Pibworth, Susan Smith & Carole Vainio (PIBWORTHs), Rachel Claxton for the (ASHFORDs), Pam Kolodziej (WOODFORDs), the SHAWS of DEVON, Jennifer Hardiman (HARDIMANs), Ursula Passmore (MARTINS) and many others. Special thanks go to Gordon B Pearcy for his assistance and encouragement. 
Rabbets, Martha Ann (I1793)
 
144 1881 British Census

Dwelling:Nr The School
Census Place:Iwerne Courtnay, Dorset, England
Source:FHL Film 1341504 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2089 Folio 25 Pa ge 8
MarrAgeSexBirthplace
Joseph RABBETTSW72 MAshmore, Dorset, England
Rel:Head
Occ:Retired Gardiner
Caroline RABBETTS U29 FIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Daur
Ellen RABBETTSU16 FIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Grand Daur
Occ:Cook Domestic Servant

Please advise any errors/send additions to:
caulk.head@virgin.net
This research is the work of many individuals, particularly Richard Travell of London (for the main TUFFIN file),John Farrow,Gregory Doggrell, Margaret Ingram, Sean Lynch, Joan Pitman and Joy Waters(DOGGRELLs), Sandra Vanessa Peters (GREIGS, FOOTS, PETERS), Amalie Tuffin for Newfoundland TUFFINS, Dave Bastable (BASTABLES), Rosemary Yeoland (YEOLANDS), Tony Higgins (HIGGINS/FOSTERS/TUFFINS), Bruce Tuffin and Brian Tuffin (Australian TUFFINS), Mereana Moore (DOWNS), Wally Ridout (RID(E)OUTS),Glenda Hobbs (MacKAYS), David Court & Cecil Forster (BILKS), Bob Wood (WOODS), Karen Bonas (BONAS etc.), Fiona Langdon (TERRYS), Malcolm Still (STILLS), June Innes (BENZIES), Barry Sydney Tuffin (Kent TUFFINS, Ian Walker(COWANS), Lucy Neame (NEAMES), Sue Howes, Mike Trowbridge, Richard Pethen, Bob Murrell and Cherida Coleman (PETHENS), Sven Svenson (PATTERSONS & SVENSONS), Frank Whitmarsh (WHITMARSHs), Tony Cross (HIBBs), Debra Young (FEWSTERs), Ann Duberley (TAYLOR/MEREFIELD/TUFFIN), Jan Pearson (MILSTED/IVES/GOLDSMITH clan), John Attfield (ATTFIELDs), Sue Bass (POSTANS), Father Ian Esmond (SPICERs), Richard Storey (STOREYs), Julie Pibworth, Susan Smith & Carole Vainio (PIBWORTHs), Rachel Claxton for the (ASHFORDs), Pam Kolodziej (WOODFORDs), the SHAWS of DEVON, Jennifer Hardiman (HARDIMANs), Ursula Passmore (MARTINS) and many others. Special thanks go to Gordon B Pearcy for his assistance and encouragement. 
Rabbets, Joseph (I1843)
 
145 1881 British Census

Dwelling:Nr The School
Census Place:Iwerne Courtnay, Dorset, England
Source:FHL Film 1341504 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2089 Folio 25 Pa ge 8
MarrAgeSexBirthplace
William RABBETTSM41 MIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Head
Occ:Gardiner Domestic Servant
Emma RABBETTSM41 FIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Wife
Occ:Dressmaker
Charlotte RABBETTS U19 FIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Daur
Occ:Dressmaker
Emily RABBETTSU11 FIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Daur
Occ:Scholar
Frances RABBETTS9 FIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Daur
Occ:Scholar
Anna L. RABBETTS 7 FIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Daur
Occ:Scholar
Eliza S. RABBETTS 5 FIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Daur
Occ:Scholar
Lydia C. RABBETTS3 FIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Daur
Occ:Scholar
William H. RABBETTS1 MIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Son

Please advise any errors/send additions to:
caulk.head@virgin.net
This research is the work of many individuals, particularly Richard Travell of London (for the main TUFFIN file),John Farrow,Gregory Doggrell, Margaret Ingram, Sean Lynch, Joan Pitman and Joy Waters(DOGGRELLs), Sandra Vanessa Peters (GREIGS, FOOTS, PETERS), Amalie Tuffin for Newfoundland TUFFINS, Dave Bastable (BASTABLES), Rosemary Yeoland (YEOLANDS), Tony Higgins (HIGGINS/FOSTERS/TUFFINS), Bruce Tuffin and Brian Tuffin (Australian TUFFINS), Mereana Moore (DOWNS), Wally Ridout (RID(E)OUTS),Glenda Hobbs (MacKAYS), David Court & Cecil Forster (BILKS), Bob Wood (WOODS), Karen Bonas (BONAS etc.), Fiona Langdon (TERRYS), Malcolm Still (STILLS), June Innes (BENZIES), Barry Sydney Tuffin (Kent TUFFINS, Ian Walker(COWANS), Lucy Neame (NEAMES), Sue Howes, Mike Trowbridge, Richard Pethen, Bob Murrell and Cherida Coleman (PETHENS), Sven Svenson (PATTERSONS & SVENSONS), Frank Whitmarsh (WHITMARSHs), Tony Cross (HIBBs), Debra Young (FEWSTERs), Ann Duberley (TAYLOR/MEREFIELD/TUFFIN), Jan Pearson (MILSTED/IVES/GOLDSMITH clan), John Attfield (ATTFIELDs), Sue Bass (POSTANS), Father Ian Esmond (SPICERs), Richard Storey (STOREYs), Julie Pibworth, Susan Smith & Carole Vainio (PIBWORTHs), Rachel Claxton for the (ASHFORDs), Pam Kolodziej (WOODFORDs), the SHAWS of DEVON, Jennifer Hardiman (HARDIMANs), Ursula Passmore (MARTINS) and many others. Special thanks go to Gordon B Pearcy for his assistance and encouragement. 
Rabbets, William (I1816)
 
146 1881 British Census

Dwelling:Nr The White Hart
Census Place:Iwerne Courtnay, Dorset, England
Source:FHL Film 1341504 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2089 Folio 26 Pa ge 10
MarrAgeSexBirthplace
Joseph RABBETTSM38 MAshmore, Dorset, England
Rel:Head
Occ:Coal Merchant
Elizabeth J. RABBETTS M36 FIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Wife
Occ:Coal Merchant Wife
Robert E. RABBETTS10 MIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Son
Joseph W. RABBETTS7 MIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Son
Occ:Scholar
Frederick G. RABBETTS5 MIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Son
Occ:Scholar
Elizabeth M. RABBETTS2 FIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Daur
William BATHW77 MIwerne Courtney, Dorset, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Bricklayer (Unemployed)

Please advise any errors/send additions to:
caulk.head@virgin.net
This research is the work of many individuals, particularly Richard Travell of London (for the main TUFFIN file),John Farrow,Gregory Doggrell, Margaret Ingram, Sean Lynch, Joan Pitman and Joy Waters(DOGGRELLs), Sandra Vanessa Peters (GREIGS, FOOTS, PETERS), Amalie Tuffin for Newfoundland TUFFINS, Dave Bastable (BASTABLES), Rosemary Yeoland (YEOLANDS), Tony Higgins (HIGGINS/FOSTERS/TUFFINS), Bruce Tuffin and Brian Tuffin (Australian TUFFINS), Mereana Moore (DOWNS), Wally Ridout (RID(E)OUTS),Glenda Hobbs (MacKAYS), David Court & Cecil Forster (BILKS), Bob Wood (WOODS), Karen Bonas (BONAS etc.), Fiona Langdon (TERRYS), Malcolm Still (STILLS), June Innes (BENZIES), Barry Sydney Tuffin (Kent TUFFINS, Ian Walker(COWANS), Lucy Neame (NEAMES), Sue Howes, Mike Trowbridge, Richard Pethen, Bob Murrell and Cherida Coleman (PETHENS), Sven Svenson (PATTERSONS & SVENSONS), Frank Whitmarsh (WHITMARSHs), Tony Cross (HIBBs), Debra Young (FEWSTERs), Ann Duberley (TAYLOR/MEREFIELD/TUFFIN), Jan Pearson (MILSTED/IVES/GOLDSMITH clan), John Attfield (ATTFIELDs), Sue Bass (POSTANS), Father Ian Esmond (SPICERs), Richard Storey (STOREYs), Julie Pibworth, Susan Smith & Carole Vainio (PIBWORTHs), Rachel Claxton for the (ASHFORDs), Pam Kolodziej (WOODFORDs), the SHAWS of DEVON, Jennifer Hardiman (HARDIMANs), Ursula Passmore (MARTINS) and many others. Special thanks go to Gordon B Pearcy for his assistance and encouragement. 
Rabbets, Joseph (I1852)
 
147 1881 British Census

Dwelling:Rectory
Census Place:Iwerne Courtnay, Dorset, England
Source:FHL Film 1341502 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2082 Folio 69 Pa ge 21
MarrAgeSexBirthplace
John ACTONM58 MShillingstone, Dorset, England
Rel:Head
Occ:Vicar Of Iwerne Parish
Eliza J. ACTONM54 FBaglan, Glamorgan, Wales
Rel:Wife
Edward ACTONU20 MIwerne, Dorset, England
Rel:Son
Occ:Undergraduate Merton College
Eliza LEMONU33 FOkeford, Dorset, England
Rel:Serv
Occ:Parlour Maid
Annie D. WHITEU20 FWhitechurch, Dorset, England
Rel:Serv
Occ:Housemaid
Elizabeth DOMINEY U16 FIwerne, Dorset, England
Rel:Serv
Occ:Cook

Please advise any errors/send additions to:
caulk.head@virgin.net
This research is the work of many individuals, particularly Richard Travell of London (for the main TUFFIN file),John Farrow,Gregory Doggrell, Margaret Ingram, Sean Lynch, Joan Pitman and Joy Waters(DOGGRELLs), Sandra Vanessa Peters (GREIGS, FOOTS, PETERS), Amalie Tuffin for Newfoundland TUFFINS, Dave Bastable (BASTABLES), Rosemary Yeoland (YEOLANDS), Tony Higgins (HIGGINS/FOSTERS/TUFFINS), Bruce Tuffin and Brian Tuffin (Australian TUFFINS), Mereana Moore (DOWNS), Wally Ridout (RID(E)OUTS),Glenda Hobbs (MacKAYS), David Court & Cecil Forster (BILKS), Bob Wood (WOODS), Karen Bonas (BONAS etc.), Fiona Langdon (TERRYS), Malcolm Still (STILLS), June Innes (BENZIES), Barry Sydney Tuffin (Kent TUFFINS, Ian Walker(COWANS), Lucy Neame (NEAMES), Sue Howes, Mike Trowbridge, Richard Pethen, Bob Murrell and Cherida Coleman (PETHENS), Sven Svenson (PATTERSONS & SVENSONS), Frank Whitmarsh (WHITMARSHs), Tony Cross (HIBBs), Debra Young (FEWSTERs), Ann Duberley (TAYLOR/MEREFIELD/TUFFIN), Jan Pearson (MILSTED/IVES/GOLDSMITH clan), John Attfield (ATTFIELDs), Sue Bass (POSTANS), Father Ian Esmond (SPICERs), Richard Storey (STOREYs), Julie Pibworth, Susan Smith & Carole Vainio (PIBWORTHs), Rachel Claxton for the (ASHFORDs), Pam Kolodziej (WOODFORDs), the SHAWS of DEVON, Jennifer Hardiman (HARDIMANs), Ursula Passmore (MARTINS) and many others. Special thanks go to Gordon B Pearcy for his assistance and encouragement. 
Domoney, Elizabeth (I1792)
 
148 1900
Divorce Court File: 1335.
Appellant: Constance Margaret Fleming Terry.
Respondent: William Edward Herbert Terry.
Type: Wife's petition [wx].

National Archives Ref: J 77/701/1335 
Family F2171
 
149 1915
Divorce Court File: 6927.
Appellant: William Edward Herbert Terry.
Respondent: Maud Margaret Terry. Type:
Appeal to the Divorce Court as a divisional court, from a magistrate's court [Div Ct].

National Archives Ref: J 77/1214/6927 
Family F6057
 
150 1932 - Returned from Australia on "Largs Bay"

12 January 1950 - Sailed to Australia on "Moreton Bay" 
Mogg, Ester Grace (I1079)
 

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