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|QUARTERMAN||Joseph and Elizabeth Quarterman , England||It seems that Joseph and Elizabeth's offspring included :
Clara Quarterman , born about 1885 , .
Clara was aged about 38 years when she was a passenger aboard the CORINTHIC , sailing from Southampton 12 June 1924 , heading for New Zealand .
Another passenger was listed as Clara C. Quarterman , aged 36 years .
The two Clara's gave their home address as 8 Yew Cottage , New Road , Weybridge .
In Christchurch , New Zealand , a Clara Quarterman married Leonard Eugene William Lorgelly , 1928
Clara Lorgelly died 24 May 1936 at Christchurch and was buried at Bromley Cemetery.|
|QUARTERMAN||Clara Quarterman , Weybridge , Surrey , England||As previously commented , there were two Quarterman-surnamed passengers aboard the 'CORINTHIC' , who came to New Zealand ,from England , one named Clara Quarterman and the other named Clara C. Quarterman . Each gave the same home address as Yew Cottage , New Road , Weybridge.
Another passenger list at a different time listed a Clara Constance Quarterman , nurse , b. 1887. The voyage began at London 7 November 1930. .... more|
|QUARTERMAN||Joseph Quarterman , England - Offspring in Christchurch , New Zealand||One of the daughters was Clara Constance Quarterman , sister of Clara Quarterman. Both living in Christchrch.
Clara Constance Quarterman appears on two electoral rolls , living in Christchurch :
Quarterman , Clara Constance , 10 Kilmarnoch Street , spinster
Quarterman , Clara Constance , 12 Winchester Street , spinster
I assume that Clara changed addresses , from one to the other .
I have been unable to trace any mention or whereabouts beyond the above-mentioned listings .
I suspect that she was also known as Constance Quarterman|
|QUICKFALL||Interested in any Quickfall either Surna||Interested in any Quickfall either Surname or Christian Name|
|QUICKFALL||How to add comments||This is such a great web site I have requested a photo a long time ago. and sometimes do not want a photo but would like to add information about the grave. without requesting a photo How do I do it Help please |
|QUICKFALL||I cant hank this site enough for all the||I cant hank this site enough for all the information collected|
|QUILICI||Fabulous Website !||Thank you so very much for your fabulous website and your gracious offer to send that beautiful full resolution photograph.
That allowed us to see the dates clearly and also to see the photograph of Pietro Quilici.
Dr. George Pearson|
|QUINN||Thank you!!||I would just like to say a huge thank you!! I came home from work tonight to find an email with a photo of my great great grandparents' grave! I only requested it last night!! It is a lovely headstone, fantastic photo, and I'm so grateful to Charles for running this website. Thank you so much!|
|QUINTON||Netta Quinton||Thanks for the photo but closer inspection of the inscription it appears that this is the grave of her husband James. This has been helpful with further research.|
|QUINTON||Thanks for the image||Many thanks for the image of the memorial to my friends uncle, Theodore Hilary Child.|
|QUINTON||Theodore Hilary Chold||Thanks for the photo of my friend's ancestor's gravestone.
I'll have to have a look for my relatives.
Keep up the good work.|
|QUINTON||Very grateful !||Delighted to receive the photo entitled Charles Quinton. The name on the monument is partially obscured by vegetation, but if you look closely I think you will agree with me that the name of the deceased was James (not Charles). By way of confirmation the Bury & Norwich Post dated 20 December 1859 records this death as "at Elmswell, in the 81st year of his age, Mr. James Quinton"|
|QUINTON||Many Thanks||I am most grateful to you for giving me the opportunity to see the gravestone of my great grandparents Harry & Eliza Quinton.|