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251 Captain I.S.C. Drummond, Arthur Berkeley (I6225)
252 Charlotte may have died as an infant. There is a record in the Carlton parish register transcripts at http://www.carlton-cambridgeshire.org.uk/History/Registers/BUR_1840.html#BUR2_161 which records the burial of Charlotte Hullier of Carlton Green on 25 June 1841. Her age in the transcript is queried but thought to be 21 - perhaps it actually read 2. Hulyer, Charlotte (I3840)
253 Christened on 21 January 1573/74. Flack, Alice (I1489)
254 Civil Registration Indexes for England and Wales, 1837- Source (S205)
255 Could be the Thomas Dean who married Elizabeth Fitch on 18 Oct 1764 in Balsham. Dean, Thomas (I256)
256 Curiously the licence is recorded as being issued after the marriage. Perhaps one of the entries in the Sussex Marriage Index has been mistranscribed. Family F2982
257 Darlington Registration District, Durham Patterson, Raymond Murray (I11695)
258 Date of Easter established from http://www.maths.gla.ac.uk/~rjs/EasterDates.html Family F3230
259 daughter of Willm. and Hannah Kiddy, Mary (I794)
260 Death registered in the Jan-Mar quarter, 1885. Lawcock, Lavinia (I558)
261 Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland and Ireland (1808), referring to Alexander's great-granddaughter, explains:
"... Jane Batchelor, of Kent, whose mother was _____ Weller, of Rolvenden, in Kent, a family connected with large landed property; which, by a female heir, with the mansion-house of Charlton Hall, in Kent, was transmitted by marriage to sir Thomas-Spencer Wilson, bart. and is now possessed by his son, sir Thomas W. Wilson, bart. This family of Wellers long served as military, and particularly as naval officers; and there are at this period, or were recently, in the navy, descended by the females from the Wellers, of Rolvenden, four admirals and post-captains, viz. - the two distinguished admiral Packenhams, and captains Ball and Henry." 
Weller, Alexander (I2225)
262 Described as a yeoman of Cottenham and Impington. Pepys, John (I2320)
263 Described as of Cottenham and St Clement, Cambridge. Talbot, Edmund (I2322)
264 Described as of Middle Temple and of Cottenham. Pepys, Mr. John (I2045)
265 Described as the daughter and heiress of Edmund Talbot of Cottenham and St Clement, Cambridge, a minor and unmarried in 1546. Talbot, Edith (I2321)
266 Despite a birthplace given in census returns of West Wickham and being christened in Weston Colville, Elizabeth's parents were described as of Carlton in her christening record. Halls, Elizabeth (I1264)
267 died aged 18 of meningitis Balls, Ivor George (I588)
268 Died aged 23. Belsham, Sophia (I1545)
269 Died aged 3 months. Sawyer, Mardell Eleanor (I5187)
270 Died aged 4 Years, 7 Months, 9 Days Hilder, Sampson (I1350)
271 Died aged three days. Lansdell, Anthony (I2963)
272 Died as an infant. Lansdell, Leslie Henry George (I2824)
273 Died at 3 months old. Lansdell, Leonard (I2657)
274 Died in 1988 in Liverpool Registration District, Lancashire. Marples, Michael (I521)
275 Died on 1 Dec 1977 in Murgon, Queensland, Australia. Maudsley, Mervyn Harris (I62)
276 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I61)
277 Died on active service as a Sergeant in the Royal Air Force Reserve serving in the Mediterranean region. He is commemorated on the Malta Memorial. Marples, Frank Ronald (I519)
278 Died when three days old. Lansdell, Joyce Mary (I2956)
279 Died without issue leaving his sister, Elizabeth as his heir. Cranfield, William (I9890)
280 Died without issue. Anscell, Nicholas alias Anstell (I9928)
281 Died without issue. Banester, Anthony (I9994)
282 Died without issue. Banester, Gabriell (I9992)
283 Died without issue. Banester, John (I9998)
284 Died young. Lansdell, Edward (I1039)
285 Died young. Lansdell, George (I2534)
286 Died young. Montagu, Francis William (I10910)
287 Dudley Registration District, Staffordshire Attwell, John (I1448)
288 Dulverton Registration District, Devon Woodhouse, Revd John (I2350)
289 During WW2 he was a motor omnibus driver. Balls, Herbert George (I934)
290 Educated at Harrow; formerly Captain 15th (King's) Hussars, sometime Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for the Home Department. Perceval, Ernest Augustus (I2333)
291 Educated at Radley; formerly Captain 88th Regiment of Foot, served in the Crimea (medal with the clasp for Sebastopol, Turkish medal, and 5th class Medjidie), and in Indian Mutiny (medal with clasp for Central India). Perceval, Ernest Augustus (I3731)
292 Edward Baker Tapley and Benjamin Dearberg were charged with embezzlement, found guilty and each sentenced to five years penal servitude. Tapply, Edward Baker (I5416)
293 Edwin Bennett was not enumerated with his wife in the 1861 census and by the 1871 census she stated she was a widow. He may have been the Edwin Bennett who was staying at an Eating House in Plymouth in 1861. This Edwin Bennett was a married master mariner aged 32 and born in Ham[p]shire. Bennett, Edwin (I6639)
294 Elizabeth Colvill was a widow when she married Alexander Weller. She was probably either the Elizabeth Holden who married Josias Colvill on 9 May 1615 in Cranbrook or the Elizabeth Kinge who married Thomas Colvill there on 12 September 1615. Josias Colvill was buried in Cranbrook on the 11 June 1631. He was a clothier and left a will. Thomas was buried there on 28 August 1646. Elizabeth (I2498)
295 Ellan Marsh aged 6 appears in the 1841 census whereas Eliza Marsh aged 19 appears in the 1851 census. They may be one and the same person. Marsh, Ellan (I3765)
296 Elstree & Potters Bar Registration District, Middlesex Whiffin, Agnes Ruby (I10798)
297 Emma was previously married to a DUNSTAN - possibly Richard DUNSTAN or John DUNSTON both of whom married in Rotherham in the September quarter of 1844. Family F2718
298 Executors were George Hill and Joseph Sargan. Simpson, Arthur (I569)
299 Farnham Registration District, Hampshire Ketteridge, David (I2420)
300 Following her marriage she was a cleaning lady at the local big house, the Temple in Great Wilbraham. Broyd, Winifred Mabel (I945)

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