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351 Source Charles Balson HASKINS, Thomas (I0897)
 
352 Source Charles Balson UNKNOWN, Eleanor (I0902)
 
353 Source Charles Balson HASKINS, John (I0905)
 
354 Source Charles Balson HOLWELL, Henry Frederick (I0908)
 
355 Source Charles Balson HASKINS, Frank (I0911)
 
356 Source Charles Balson REYNOLDS, Sarah A (I0912)
 
357 Source Charles Balson COLLBOURNE, Leah (I0913)
 
358 Source Death Mark Milum RIGLER, John Henry (I0541)
 
359 Source Kim Neal FANCY, Susan (I0920)
 
360 Source Kim Neal Genes Reunited FANCY, Alice (I0923)
 
361 Source Kim Neal Genes Reunited FANCY, Susan (I0924)
 
362 Source Kim Neal Genes Reunited FANCY, David (I0925)
 
363 Source Kim Neal Genes Reunited CROKER, Sarah (I0926)
 
364 Source Kim Neal Genes Reunited FANCY, George (I0928)
 
365 Source Kim Neal Genes Reunited FANCY, Caroline (I0931)
 
366 Source Kim Neal Genes Reunited SKINNER, William (I0933)
 
367 Source Kim Neal Genes Reunited DOMINEY, Barbara (I0934)
 
368 Source Kim Neal Genes Reunited SKINNER, William (I0942)
 
369 Source Kim Neal Genes Reunited FANCY, Sarah (I0943)
 
370 Source Mark Milum RIGLER, Isabella (I0832)
 
371 Source Mark Milum RIGLER, Charles (I0833)
 
372 Source Mark Milum RIGLER, Jessie (I0835)
 
373 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0840)
 
374 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0841)
 
375 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0844)
 
376 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0846)
 
377 Source Mark Milum Family F152
 
378 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0542)
 
379 Source Robert Greenham Friends Reunited

In 1901/02 my grandmother, Mabel Bessie Llewellyn, was in the Salvation Army at Bangor. While there she was made a Captain

She was Housekeeper to JM Barrie and his wife Mary Ansell between 1903 and 1906

In April 1903 my grandmother, Mabel Bessie Llewellyn, was interviewed for the job of housekeeper at Black Lake Cottage, Tilford, by J M Barrie and his brother-in-law, William Winter. who lived at Medstead. This took place over lunch in the Winchester Royal Hotel. This episode will be recounted in my book It Might Have Been Raining, published by Elijah Editions 
LLEWELLYN, Mabel Bessie (I0884)
 
380 Source Robert Greenham Friends Reunited SNOOK, Dinah (I0883)
 
381 Source Robert Greenham Friends Reunited JONES, Archibald Ellis (I0885)
 
382 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0886)
 
383 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0887)
 
384 Source Robert Greenham Friends Reunited FOSTER, Ellen (I0889)
 
385 Sources http://www.cwgc.org/search/casualty_details.aspx?casualty=1620804 RIGLER, Thomas James (I0454)
 
386 Sources http://www.cwgc.org/search/certificate.aspx?casualty=1620804 RIGLER, Thomas James (I0454)
 
387 South York Street is now known as Moffat Street RAE, John Hallyburton (I0036)
 
388 South York Street is now known as Moffat Street. It was part of the infamous Gorbals district of Glasgow. http://www.gorbalslive.org.uk/ The gorbals were slums with poor sanitation and were redeveloped in the 1960's with tower blocks. Unfortunately these produced more problems than they solved and have now been bulldozed themselves.
OS map 1894 here http://maps.nls.uk/townplans/view/?sid=74417043&mid=glasgow_2_southcentre 
RAE, John Hallyburton (I0036)
 
389 Spinster Helped her mother Isabella in chip shop CHRISTIAN, Eleanor Gertrude (I0138)
 
390 Stated as Branksea Island Dorset BURGESS, Edith (I0478)
 
391 Stated head of family aged 12 alone! ? Aged 19 CASSON, Mary (I0106)
 
392 Stated in Son's (William) Attestation to join Army that mother and father were both Irish CONNOLLY, Patrick (I2483)
 
393 Stated to be a Merchant Seaman in Beatrice's marriage certificate CHAPMAN, William Henry (I2340)
 
394 Staying with mother and step-father Thomas Bound PICKETT, George (I0057)
 
395 Steve Fraser of Thomas Hardye School says Thomas was the brother of Edmund and father of Thomasina. He founded Thomas Hardye School in Dorchster and has a plaque to him in St Peter's church in Dorchester. HARDYE, Thomas (I2273)
 
396 Still with Uncle Anthony CASSON, Isabella (I0118)
 
397 Susan's sister Edith was a witness at her marriage Family F157
 
398 Text of Letter from John Rae (Superintendent of Kibble)
To The Scotsman, April 1878

Sir, - The comparison made at the annual meeting connected with the Wellington Reformatory between that institution and the "other six or eight in Scotland", as reported in The Scotsman of the 11th inst., is calculated to produce an unfavourable impression regarding this school, and I believe the others also, which is warranted by neither facts nor figures. I refer to the statement "that the percentage of the boys from the Wellington Reformatory School who turned out well was 91 per cent, and this was equalled by only one other similar institution in Scotland - that of Old Mill, Aberdeen. Of the other six or eight the percentage was a slow as 68 or 74 per cent."
The institution with which I have long been connected is one of the "six or eight" referred to. The above statement does it an injustice, to rectify which allow me only to make two quotations from the twentieth report of the inspector of reformatory and industrial schools, which is the latest published. (The letter then includes a statistical table of figures for Wellington, Old Mill and Kibble) If, business fashion, we deduct the bad from the good, the net percentage of doing well will be ? Wellington, 83; Old Mill, 82; and Kibble, 84. Again, at page 298 of the same report, the number of reconvictions during a year over the total discharges since the opening of each school is - Wellington, 4 per cent; Old Mill, 4.4 per cent; and Kibble, 1.9 per cent.
 
RAE, John (I2246)
 
399 The "Brown" name comes from his grandmother (on his father's side) Louisa Brown

Cousin Lawrence (Boy) Davis laso has the name Brown 
DAVIS, David Jim Brown (I0597)
 
400 The Durrant family had lived for generations in Stourton Caundle, Dorset DURRANT, Diana (I1010)
 

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