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Sept. 26, at St. Paul's Church, Wellington, New Zealand, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Wellington, assisted by the Rev. H. Woodford St. Hill, brother of the bride, George, fourth son of the Rev. Charles Edmund Ruck Keene, of Swyncombe House, Oxfordshire, Lieut., R.N., to Jessy H., youngest daughter of the late Henry St. Hill, Esq., of Wellington.
- [S404] The Times, (London;), Tuesday, Sep 02, 1947; pg. 1; col A (Reliability: 3).
ST. HILL.- On Aug. 30, 1947, EDWARD ASHTON ST. HILL, of 19, Holroyd Road, Putney, S.W., son of the late Rev. Canon St. Hill, of Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, sometime Fellow of New College, Oxford, and for many years Assistant Master at Rugby School, aged 80. No flowers please.
- [S404] The Times, (London;), Saturday, Aug 04, 1917; pg. 4; col A (Reliability: 3).
LIEUTENANT-COLONEL GEORGE HERBERT (COLLIS) ST. HILL, Yeomanry, attached Sherwood Foresters, who was killed on July 8, was the son of the late Canon St. Hill, of Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, and grandson of Charles Henry St. Hill, of Bradninch Manor, Devon. He saw active service in the operations in Matabeleland in 1893, receiving the medal, in the operations in South Africa in 1896 (clasp), and in Central Africa, 1898 (medal with clasp). He was with the Devon Yeomanry in the South African War, being present at the actions near Diamond Hill, at Riet Vlei, and at Zilikut Nek; he was awarded the Queen's medal with three clasps. He went to Gallipoli with the Devon Yeomanry, where he was appointed to the command of a battalion of the Lincoln Regiment and was one of those selected to cover the evacuation of Suvla Bay. He was gazetted to the command of his regiment as from June, 1916. In February of this year he was appointed to the command of a battalion of the Sherwood Foresters. Colonel St. Hill married in 1899, Ammabel, daughter of the late Sir Spencer Maryon-Wilson, and leaves a son and a daughter.
- [S101] 1841 Census Returns of England and Wales, Home Office, (6 June 1841;), HO 107/720/10 f.23 p.14 (Reliability: 3).
County of London, Parish of Christ Church Newgate Street, City of London, Christs Hospital
Henry W. St. Hill, 13, Scholar, N
- [S9] London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921, Ancestry.com, (online database linked to digital images of records from the London Metropolitan Archives and Guildhall Library, 2009;).
1895. Marriage solemnized in S. Mary the Virgin in the Parish of Hampstead in the County of Middlesex. No.75. April 18th 1895. Edward Ashton St. Hill, 28, Bachelor, Schoolmaster, Rugby, father: Harry Woodford St. Hill, Clerk in Holy Orders; & Silvia Field, 25, Spinster, 8 King Henry's Road, father: Walter Field, Artist. Married in the Church of S. Mary the Virgin according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after banns by me, Alfred Pott, Archdeacon of Berks. This marriage was solemnized between us, Edward Ashton St Hill Silvia Field in the Presence of us, Florence L. Hartnell Archibald Read