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no.full nameburial
year
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1Lindsay Arthur Blair194924Accidentally killed
2Isabella Russell Callie1917
Her names was Isabella Russell Gallie. She was 79 when she died of accidental burning/ burns of body (source: death certificate). She was the daughter of John Gallie and Jane Gallie.
3Kerrin Frederick Clarke197116as the result of an accident
4Jane Pringle Cochrane1881
Jean also known as Jane Pringle Cochran born to Matthew Cochrane and Margaret Hall at Mountmarle, Roslin, 19th January 1816. Married William Dott Thomson (Born 16 Sept 1819), a Corn Merchant of Dalry Mills, St Cuthberts, Edinburgh, 2 Jun 1843. Later a Grocer at Slateford. William died at Edinburgh 17th Feb 1871 after suffering paralysis for 14 years (accident?). Jane died at her son's residence at Dunfermline 11th March 1881. On West Side of stone : In memory of William Dott Thomson, merchant, born 16th September 1819, died 17th February 1871 ; also Jane Pringle Cochrane, his spouse, born 5th January 1816, died 11th March 1881. On North Side of stone : Also the brothers and sister of William Dott Thomson, who died in infancy, David, born 21st June 1823, died 31st October 1828 ; John, born 10th February 1828, died 5th December 1829 ; Elizabeth Gray, born 2nd January 1831, died 2nd May 1834.
5Anna Dawn18319
MELANCHOLY EVENT AT Bottesford near Belvoir Castle on the afternoon of Saturday week, 30th April. It appears that the floor of the privy of the BULL INN of that place composed of wood and which was over the vault, three or four yards in depth, had for some time been in an insecure state, and at the above-mentioned time, four children from 9 to 12 years of age, went into the place and were dancing upon the floor when it gave way and the whole of them went down with it, and all were suffocated in the soil before any help could be obtained. One of the children was the daughter of Mr. David HOE, the Landlord, one the daughter of Mr. GEESON, grocer, one that of Mr. John SUTTON, fellmonger, and the other that of Mr. DAWN, Breather Hills near Barrowby [probably Anna Dawn], who the day previous had come to her aunts house at Bottesford to receive her education. An Inquest was held on Monday at the Red Lion before Mr. CLARK, the coroner. Verdict: Accidental Death - The Times 10 May 1831
6Walter B Dines191529
Birth: 1885 Brightlingsea Tendring District Essex, England Death: Aug. 25, 1915 Ballycastle County Antrim, Northern Ireland [Edit Dates] His death was registered, after coroner’s inquest held 26th August, as Benjamin Dines. He was described as “Able Seaman & Rigger”, but it is not clear whether he served in the Royal Navy or the Mercantile Marine. He died in Cushendall Cottage Hospital of fracture to the base of the skull caused by fall from the mast of the yacht “Clementina” in Cushenden Bay whilst engaged in his work as a Rigger. He is commemorated on the Roll of Honour in All Saints Church in his home town of Brightlingsea and on one of the tiles [at pew height] around the inside of the church-there is one for every marine casualty even before WWI. The church contains many items of interest particularly the unique frieze of memorial tiles to men lost at sea. The tiles bear witness to the various losses suffered by this seafaring community. While similar memorials can be found on the continent these tiles are a unique memorial in England. The ‘tile’ memorial says ‘’accidentally killed on HM Yacht Clementina.” He may have been working off the salvage boat, Linnet on Clementina a few weeks after the collision. HMS Clementina was a 625 ton armed Admiralty yacht, 469/1887,built in 1887.She served as an Auxilliary during the Great War.[hired 22/9/14]. After a collision on the 5th August 1915, she beached off Tor Cor Point. Armament: 2-6pdr, Pennant No.025, Examination Service, Capt Thomas Walker (retired Vice Admiral). Closing the SS Adam Smith (299grt) for examination off Tor Cor Point in the early morning, in collision, holed, and flooded from the stokehold aft. To prevent her sinking, she was run aground and beached nearby. Salvage was abandoned, and she was sold for breaking-up where she lay; no lives lost at this time, but an Assistant Engineer RNR * died on 20 September 1915 probably from injuries sustained. Note: location is confirmed as South Tor Cor or Torcor Point, Co. Galway (+J/C/D/He/dk; ADM.137/143) * this would be E.S. Manning who is a war casualty and is buried in this churchyard Ballycastle is up the coast from Cushedall in Antrim at the top of Northern Ireland . 1911 England Census Name: Walter Benjamin Dines Age in 1911: 25 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1886 Relation to Head: Head Birth Place: Brightlingsea, Essex Civil Parish: Brightlingsea County: Essex Country: England Address: 107 Sidney Street , Brightlingsea, Essex Marital Status: Married Occupation: Mariner Walter Benjamin Dines 25 Ellen Charlotte Dines 26 Marriage: 1909 Spouse: Ellen Charlotte Verrall He was the son of Benjamin and Emily Dines [nee Ruffell]
7Samuel Dunlop1928
SAMUEL DUNLOP, Born in Woolwich on 20 May 1865, son of Col. Samuel D. Dunlop and Martha Potts. Educated at Coleraine Institution, Trinity College Dublin and Edinburgh University. Church of Scotland minister. Assistant, St.Columba's, London, 1890-94; minister of Southwick, 1894-5; assistant and later minister of Kirkpatrick-Irongray, 1895-1917; minister of Old Greyfriars, Edinburgh, 1917-28. Married on 26 July 1899 Helen Brown Hislop. Killed in a motor accident 30 September 1928. Source: George Speer of San Francisco, CA genealogy@speer.org
8Athol Ellis194923Accidentally killed
9Hugh Erskine190039Hugh was a shale miner and died in a mining accident
10Phyllis Joan Green194818Accidentally drowned
11Benjamin Hall189959
Benjamin Hall died in 1899 while working in the Iron Works. He was accidently crushed when a truck rolled on top of him.
12Thomas Hall190474
Thomas Hall was born in High Offley, Stafford on 4th March 1830. He was baptised on 28th March 1830 at High Offley. He is listed as the son of Richard (a labourer) and Mary Hall, High Offley. He married Ann Titley at Shifnal Parish Church on 6th May 1850. The wedding certificate said Thomas Hall, minor, batchelor, brickmaker of Hollinswood, son of Richard Hall, brickmaker married Ann Titley, minor, spinster of Mumphon Hill, daughter of Richard Titley, Collier. Both signed the register with an X. The witnesses to the marriage were Henry Tooler and Mary Tooler. The 1851 census for Shifnal (Snedshill) shows them lodging in the house of Martha Fletcher (pit banker) with Thomas Hall, lodger, married, aged 21 and a furnaceman (born at High Offley, Staffs), and Ann Hall, ledger, married, aged 21, wife (born at Shifnal). The 1861 census shows the family living at 34 Munslow Hill, Shifnal with Ann aged 31, and children John, James and Annie (aged 0) . Thomas worked for the Lilleshall Company for approx 60 years. He died on 26th August 1904 aged 74 in an accident at work. At the time of his death, he was living at Snedshill. The Priorslee Parish Register (1886-1915) burials shows 22nd August 1904 Thomas Hall, Mumphon Hill, Snedshill aged 74 (killed at furnace).
13Geoffrey Samuel Hampton198326Accidentally Killed
14Charles Kane192338
ILMO Charles Kane died 26th June 1923 also John Grindlay died 22nd Jan 1958 also Helen McMahon died 19th September 1982 aged 95 years (Charles died in a Mining Accident)
15John Kane193669
LMO my dear husband John Kane who died 1st January 1936 aged 69 5 years his widow Mary Earner died 26th March 1948 aged 77 their daughter Julia wife of James Pryce died 30th July 1942 aged 46 also our son Joseph Kane who was fatally injured in No 26 Mine Polbeth 12th August 1927 aged 25 years and our son Thomas Kane Aircraftman RAF killed in flying accident due to War Operations 17th May 1941 aged 33 years
16Joseph Kane192725Fatally injured in Mining Accident
17William Thomas King183844
I believe this is the William Thomas King who drowned in a boating accident in Shoreham Harbour on 2nd April 1858 at the age of 44. His father was Thomas King from Bocking in Essex, a drummer with the West Essex Militia at the time of William's birth, and later a cordwainer. His mother is thought to be Elizabeth Gates from New Shoreham.
18Walter J Malkin191328Accidentally Killed
19Robert H Mckinney192634Accidentlaly Killed
20Thomas Jack Passmore195019accidently killed
21Stanley W Perkins194030accidently killed Chivenor Crossing
22Dorothy Joyce Reed194314accidently killed
23Robert Russell192239
ILMO my dear husband Robert Russell died 23rd Feb 1922 the result of an accident also our three children Margaret Robert & Thomas Also our dear mother Christina Whitefield died 2nd Jan 1945 aged 65 years
24John Ryan186877
Husband of Elizabeth Pennell,Father of John Ryan who married Anne Tierney at Elalong, Wolombi NSW.They had a son John Ryan who married Mary Agnes Lupton.They had a son James Edward Ryan, born at Inglewood Qld., my Father who was born 1915. Three years before his father John was accidently killed in 1918. John Ryan convicted for insurrection at Surrey azzises 7years transportation Born about 1791 in County Kilkenny, Ireland ANCESTORS Son of Kyran Ryan and Mary nee Fitzpatrick Ryan Husband of Elizabeth nee Pennell Ryan — married in New South Wales, Australiamap DESCENDANTS Father of Edward Ryan, Mary Ann nee Ryan Tierney, John Ryan husband of Ann Tierney, William Ryan, Keyran Ryan and James Ryan Died 2 Aug 1868 in Wollombi, New South Wales, Australia
25Robert Morton Shalders1984
I think the Copleys must be Robert's grandparents. Robert used to live with his mother in Corton Road, Lowestoft; her parents - who helped with his upbringing - in a house on the ooposite side. Robert's mother later married a Mr. Geddes, who had a son called Angus, and the new family moved to south Lowestoft. Presuming this is the Robert Shaldars I knew, he was an old boyfriend of mine when we both attended Lowestoft Grammar School. I heard years later than he had been killed in a road accident while he was riding a motor cycle.
26Thomas Sherris193867
Thomas Wilkinson Sherris was born in May 1866 and died in July 1933 aged 67. Prudence was actually born in December 1865 and died in January 1935 aged 69.(I know how difficult it is to read the detail on some stones). Edward died in a a road accident in August 1944, one week before his 12th birthday.
27Thomas Waterford Wade190923Accidentally Drowned

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