|Hugh Casement (#47179257)|
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|Sheilia W.||RE: Jane Thorpe, Hernhill|
Thank you for the information; I have edited her memorial accordingly, although according to the dates you gave, she would have been aged 60 at her death, not 66. I have not included all the information about her spouse, as it is not directly about Jane. Perhaps you eould care to send it to the creator of his memorial?
My grandfather and Capt. Casement were personal friends and may have served together during WWI. Unsure of timeline. My mother knew the family from the Ballyvoy estate. Trying to determine which Casement the family friend was. Would prefer to correspond via private email. Can contact me via my Find A Grave i.d. Thank you.
|Jerry ||RE: Joan Mary Templeton, Augusta|
Oh...OK, I think I put this together now. Sorry, with no opening to your message, I was a bit confused. But...I can add that info to her bio.
Added by Jerry on Feb 15, 2015 12:14 PM
|Jerry ||RE: Joan Mary Templeton, Augusta|
I'm sorry can you clarify your message? Was this intended for me?
Added by Jerry on Feb 15, 2015 12:09 PM
|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||Emily Fabian|
Charles Montagu Fabian appears to be here also although the burial records are messed up. I've asked for a correction.
|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||Robert Fabian|
nope he is buried here
|Muriel Butler||Captain Ulric Currie|
Memorial completed for Captain Currie.
Lest We Forget
|Sheilia W.||RE: Rev. J.F. Thorpe, Hernhill|
Thank you for your message. Unfortunately, you have sent your information to the wrong person - I am not the creator or manager of the memorial. If you send the information using the 'edit' facility at the top of the memorial page, this kind of misdirection can be avoided, and a link is sent which makes searching for the memorial unnecessary.
|Sherry||Rose Family - Geddes|
Thanks for contacting me. Did you want me to post your comments to Hugh Rose?
Nairnshire Area Family Trees
Added by Sherry on Dec 23, 2013 3:12 AM
|Geoffrey Williams||Joshua Lacy Bernard b. 1807|
I had three spinster Bernard great aunts.
Here is part of a letter from Susan Jessie Bernard in Dublin to her brother John Stanhope Bernard in New Zealand written 25 Jan 1898 and attempting to explain some of the Bernard family tree:
"Old Frank Bernard had two sons Charles and William (William's widow married Mr Sinclair). William's son was our Grandfather. Our Grandfather was William, eldest surviving son the eldest. Frank having died unmarried, our father therefore was heir at law.
The Bernard family papers Charlie Bernard had and his daughter Susan had them on his death. When she died Father and Aunt Bayly did their utmost to get them but through the death of Susan's Attorney soon after, all trace of them was lost and a good deal of value in the way of plate and furniture. Susan's Aunt (Mrs or Lady Fitzgerald) and her Uncle Colonel Eustace were her next of kin but although it was through them Father first heard of her death and Aunt was willing to voice her claim to her property, Colonel Eustace would neither do so or take over administration himself or Father would have done so. Father had two brothers, William who we think was a Clergyman and went to the West Indies, and Uncle Doctor of Dundrum. You will see by enclosed copy of Mother's Will that they got several hundred pound on grandmother Maque's Death, part of which went when they had to go to London to the oculist, eye doctor, and the rest to pay the old story of debts.
I copy from volume one Burke's Landed Gentry Edition 1879 page 117; Joseph Bernard of Straw Hall county Carlow and Castletown Kings County born 1694 (High Sheriff 1730 of Carlow) married 1717 Mary, daughter of John Edwards, Esquire of Old Court County Wicklow, had three sons and five daughters. We remember Mother speaking of Frank Bernard but who he was do not know. If I can find out anything further will let you know.
So glad to hear Frank is better. Ray is poorly the last few days with cold. We saw Willy Ruthnen the other day. There are only Henry, Fanny Bayly and Rachel Smith, are all alive and live in England. We sometimes see Sarah Bernard and her Mother who are the only ones living at Dundrum now William and his family are in America. Joe and Nelly, his sister, in Australia. Charlie a Doctor in England. Rachel, who married her cousin St Clair Maque and lives in Dundrum. I believe William Maque is married and lives somewhere in the South of Ireland. Our friends the Guiltons live at Straw Hall which used to belong to our people.
Mrs Guilton was Laura Cowell who lived with Aunt Sophia. Do you remember her. Aunt Janet Armstrong's grand daughter lives with Laura as both Minnie Abbott and her husband Matthew (brother to Sam) are dead. I hope you will be able to make out this badly written account. With love to each in which Ray and May join.
Your affectionate sister,
25th January 1898.
34 Ormond Road,
Kind regards, Geoffrey
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