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251 Known as Don RAE, Donald (I0872)
252 Known as Lou
Brought up by her step brother George 
UNKNOWN, Louise (I0878)
253 Known as Sonny RAE, Andrew William (I0865)
254 Known as Susan Bugel. NB husband Levi probably worked as a coachman to Thomas Messiter. He had a glove business and it seems Susan was in his employ too. WORT, Susanna (I1398)
255 Known as Tilly RAE, Matilda (I0871)
256 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0188)
257 Last Quarter GARLAND, George Vallis (I2186)
258 Left ú657 2s to wife Emma in probate  RAE, Charles Orr (I0034)
259 Letter from Prowses History of Newfoundland

To Mr. Samuel Merrett. Sept. 21, 1702 from Pool. This serves to advice you that yesterday Mr. Thos. Wadham in the Hopewell of this place arrived here in three weeks from Trinity Harbour; he brings the bad news that about a week before he left 40 or 50 armed Frenchman came over by land from Placentia to Sillicove (TC Note- now Winterton), surprised the inhabitants killing 3 or 4 and took Mr. John Masters out of his bed rifled his house, and carried him and his goods aboard a Jersey ship laden with fish and sailed northward with the ship and 1,000 qtls. of fish but took no fish from the rocks; they much doubt their being gone to Bonavista where is only Captain Weston. A French man of war hath been off St. John's all the summer and hath taken seven ships in sight of that harbour. The Convoys were not arrived when he came away.

This letter was not signed nor do I know the writer. 
MASTERS, John (I0080)
260 Lewelin appears to be the spelling in 1700s - however this changed to Llewellyn in later years.

William was a Welsh sea captain who settled in Poole 
LLEWELLYN, William (I0359)
261 Lived 2 streets away from White Hart Lane Football Ground (Tottenham Hotspur) RAE, Andrew William (I0865)
262 Lived 2 streets away from White Hart Lane footfall ground (Home of Tottenham Hotspur) BROWN, Annie Amy M (I0867)
263 Lived at 52 Garland Road RIGLER, Edward Charles (I0623)
264 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0626)
265 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0221)
266 living with Grandmother Sarah Egg and her children EGG, Thomas Edward Frederick (I1638)
267 Living with the BARNES family, as a general servant.
Head of Household Henry Fitz. Jas Barnes, age 52, born Ringwood, an Architect & Land Engine Surveyor of St Johns Newfoundland. His wife Esther Barnes age 54, born St Johns Newfoundland , daughter Mary Barnes, age 23, unmarried, born Lymington, Hants. 
CARTRIDGE, Susan (I1603)
268 Mace Bearer for Poole Town Council.
Police Constable 
PEARCE, Robert John (I0013)
269 Mainly fish from Newfoundland but also provisions from New England and sugar, rum and molasses from the West Indies MASTERS, John (I0080)
270 Marriage BTs Poole LDS ref 1239221
Burial and Death BTs Poole LDS Ref 1239223
Named as Betsy on death certificate 
REGLER, Elizabeth (I0023)
271 Marriage certificate states............ " parents Thomas Charles Rigler - water inspector and William Ruffell - dealer" - witnesses: Gertrude Rose Cribb and James Philip Allen Family (F172)
272 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0680)
273 Married before Rigler and called Knight BEST, Linda Emily (I0560)
274 Married in the March quarter of 1903 Family (F166)
275 Message from Message board Marge Lemanski CASSON, Isabella (I0118)
276 Military service As reported by Dorset Military Museum Dorchester. - Private 5719267 Wilfred John Pearce, 2nd Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment.

Wilfred Pearce enlisted into the training reserve Battalion on 16th November 1916 at the age of 17, consequently he was transferred to the Army Reserve and began training in July 1917 following his 18th birthday.

He was trained as a soldier with the Somerset Light Infantry and his number was 40596. Upon completion of his training, he remained in the U.K. Eventually he embarked for France and at the infantry based depot, Wilfred was reassigned to the 5th Battalion of the Royal Berkshire regiment with the number of 48579.

He was wounded by a gas shell on the 22nd August 1918 and returned to England, and upon recovering transferred to the 3rd Battalion in Sutton Coldfield.

Wilfred was discharged from the army on the 18th of March 1919, he was probably serving in Ireland at the time of his discharge as he enlisted into the Dorset regiment in Dublin on the following day and was given the number of 5719267. He went to Londonderry and undertook training with the 3rd (training) Battalion of the Dorset regiment until he was drafted to the 2nd Dorset?s.

The 2nd Battalion was reconstructed following World War 1. The cadre that remained in June 1919 consisted of one officer and ten men. They left Port Said in Egypt on the 10th of June reaching Dover on the 3rd of July and immediately preceded to Portland.

On the 26 of September 1919 with 796 other men and 26 officers Wilfred entrained to Liverpool and embarked on the Anchor line ship ?Castella? for Bombay arriving on the 19th October. The Battalion entrained for Bangalore. ?B? Company detached to Madras and ?C? Company to Cannanore & Calicut, 40 men being taken to serve as clerks at various headquarters, and a dozen sent to Peshawar as motor drivers. 32 more sent for more active service in East Persia.

Ceremonial parades were frequent including an inspection in 1919 by the viceroy, Lord Chelmsford who had originally served in India in 1914 as a captain in the 1/4th Dorset?s.

146 NCO?s and men including Wilfred Pearce went home time expired at the end of 1920, the Battalion would have been much depleted had not the 1st Battalion at Londonderry begun to provide substantial drafts. Wilfred was discharged after 2 years? service upon termination of his period of engagement. His rank was Private and his character was ?Very Good?. Details of his service and antecedants are recorded in ?Enlistment Book 2? at the Keep Museum.

The 2nd Battalion had not quite completed 2 years in India when called into active service. Serious disturbances had again broken out among the Moplahs of Malabar. One of the chief leaders of the revolt was Kuniahmed Hajji who had originally been captured by the 1st Battalion of the Dorset's in 1994 but released on account of his age, 16 years. The 2nd Battalion caught and shot him before it left Malabar.

In 1922 after heavy fighting the 2nd Battalion left India and redeployed to the Sudan in Africa.

Wilfred Pearce was awarded the British War Medal and Victory Medal (below) in respect of his service in France with the Royal Berkshire Regiment. He did not receive a medal for his subsequent service in India, as he left the army prior to the fighting that took place.
PEARCE, Wilfred John (I0009)
277 Mother MERVITIE, Maria (I1051)
278 Mother died aged 38 in 1899 and Ellen looked after her brothers and sisters until Father remarried in 1902 RIGLER, Ellen Maria (I0300)
279 Moved to Poole with brother Frederick James is the eldest HASKINS, James (I0892)
280 My great great grandfather Emmanuel Snook lived all his life in a farmhouse at Higher Whatcombe, north of Winterborne Whitechurch. He died there on 1 April 1903. He was a farm worker and a Methodist lay preacher, and he is buried at Winterborne Whitechurch, and there is a memorial plaque on the west wall of the church. Emmanuel Snook is mentioned in my forthcoming book about my grandmother, Mabel Bessie Llewellyn, titled It Might Have Been Raining, published by Elijah Editions
Robert Greenham 
SNOOK, Emmanuel (I0888)
281 Name: Gnr. Clifford Herbert Haskins Death Date: 17 Nov 1916 Burial Place: Departement de la Somme, Picardie, France URL: Birth: unknown Death: Nov. 17, 1916 Note: Gunner, Royal Field Artillery. Age: 24. Burial: Bazentin-le-Petit Military Cemetery Bazentin Departement de la Somme Picardie, France Plot: C. 23. Created by: CWGC/ABMC (Adopted by JLN) Record added: Aug 06, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 56053726

Information from Jim North 
HASKINS, Clifford Herbert (I0918)
282 Named Amelia Egg in 1911 census CARTRIDGE, Amelia (I1772)
283 NB born Christmas Day hence middle name BUDGELL, Sydney Noel (I2424)
284 Never married RIGLER, Elizabeth Mary (I0458)
285 No children froma marriage to Edith - He was a director of Sydenhams Timber RIGLER, Frederick James (I0632)
286 No further records after the 1861 census RIGLER, George (I0404)
287 No record of spouse of William Pearce in Free BMD. Jenkins assumed from Leonora born in Wimborne in 1869. Family (F080)
288 Not confirmed PEARCE, Reginald Charles (I1437)
289 not if he was baptised in 1887! RIGLER, Robert Cherrett (I0304)
290 Not living with wife at this time RAE, Andrew (I0044)
291 Not on any census returns 1851-1901 RIGLER, Robert (I0321)
292 Not Superintendent of Kibble Reformatory on 22nd October 1881 according to article in The Scotsman (now a Mr John Grant) RAE, John (I2246)
293 note birth date is 1810 but likely to be the same person UNKNOWN, Mary Ann (I0065)
294 Note date and Place of Death GILLIGAN, Ronald Lawrence (I0185)
295 Note on previous page Father given as John L Hill and Mother as Ada F Hill. ???? READ, William Thomas (I0051)
296 Note on previous page Father given as John L Hill and Mother as Ada F Hill. ???? READ, William Thomas (I0051)
297 Noted as Martha Bugel as all of the family instead of Budgell BUDGELL, Martha (I2278)
298 Noted to be unmarried in 1881 EGG, Sarah (I1604)
299 Now known as William BUDGELL, Levi William (I1388)
300 O.N.S. details- qutr-jul/aug/sept reg.dist.west,derby.
volume 8b .page 603 
Family (F078)

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