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2651 «u»Violet Cameron McIntyre «/u» b. 1866 Caramut, Vic, d. Dec 1960 Melbourne, bur. Winchelsea, Vic. Unmarried McIntyre, Violet Cameron (I818)
 
2652 «u»William Hampden Dutton «/u» b. 1805 Cuxhaven, Hanover, d. 21 Nov 1849 Melbourne. Son of Frederick Hugh Dutton and Mary Ann Pollock He was a pioneer pastoralist and overlander. They settled in SA, living at "Analby" which they owned in partnership with John Finnis, his step father in law Dutton, William Hampden (I1316)
 
2653 «u»William MacDonald MacDonald «/u» b. ca 1823 Ireland. Proprietor of St Martin's Abbey, Perth and Magistrate of Sussex, Perthshire and Forfar MacDonald, Willam MacDonald (I1075)
 
2654 «u»«b»Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900 «/u»
about John Benward Travers
«i»Name:«/b»John Benward Travers«b»
College:«/b»CHRIST'S«b»
Entered:«/b»Michs. 1829
«b»Died:«/b»29 Jan 1887«b»
More Information:«u»«/b»Adm. «/u»pens. at CHRIST'S, June 17, 1829. [S. of -, of Furnival's Inn and Russell Place, Fitzroy Square, London.] «u»Matric. «/u» Michs. 1829; Scholar, 1830; B.A. 1833; M.A. 1836. Ord. deacon (York, for Peterb.) 1833; priest (Peterb.) Oct. 26, 1834; C. of Harringworth, Northants., and Seaton, Rutland, 1833-40. V. of Mumby, Lincs., 1840-87. Married and had issue. Died Jan. 29, 1887, aged 83. (Peile«/i», II. 435; «i»Crockford; The Guardian«/i», Feb. 2, 1887.) 
Travers, Rev. John Benward (I2267)
 
2655 «u»«b»England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906 «/u»
about Charles Barton Cameron
«i»ntblName:«/b»Charles Barton Cameron«b»ntbl Gender:«/b»Male«b»ntbl Birth Date:«/b»abt 1857«b»ntbl Christening Date:«/b»30 Sep 1857«b»ntbl Christening Place:«/b»Southampton, Hampshire, England«b»ntbl Father's Name:«/b»John Cameron«b»ntbl Mother's Name:«/b»Matilda Susan

Marriage Listing: 1887 (St.Geo, Hanover Sq, London - 1a 715)

5th October 1876: 2nd Lt 1st Royal Guernsey Militia
2nd June 1886: Captain The York & Lancaster regiment

Census:
1891 - With Maria A Cameron (Ponterfact, Yorkshire)
1901 - With Maria A Cameron (Southampton) - Boarders 
Cameron, Charles Barton (I3716)
 
2656 «u»«b»Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records «/u»
about Henry Cameron Henry Curtis Anne Alicia (Cameron) Cherry
«i»ntblText:«/b»17 Aug 1823 Henry Cameron son of Henry Curtis & Anne Alicia (Cameron) Cherry, clergyman.«b»ntbl Book:«/b»Baptisms. (Baptism)«b»ntbl Collection:«/b»Suffolk: Horringer - Parish Registers With Appendices and Biographical Notes, 1558-1850

«u»«b»«/i»Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records «/u»
about Emily Alicia Henry Curtis Anne Alicia (Cameron) Cherry
«i»ntblText:«/b»13 Feb 1826 Emily Alicia dau: of Henry Curtis & Anne Alicia (Cameron) Cherry, clergyman.«b»ntbl Book:«/b»Baptisms. (Baptism)«b»ntbl Collection:«/b»Suffolk: Horringer - Parish Registers With Appendices and Biographical Notes, 1558-1850

«u»«b»«/i»Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records «/u»
about Henry Curtis Henry Curtis Anne Alicia (Cameron) Cherry
«i»ntblText:«/b»08 Aug 1824 Henry Curtis son of Henry Curtis & Anne Alicia (Cameron) Cherry, clergyman.«b»ntbl Book:«/b»Baptisms. (Baptism)«b»ntbl Collection:«/b»Suffolk: Horringer - Parish Registers With Appendices and Biographical Notes, 1558-1850 
Cameron, Anne Alicia (I3689)
 
2657 «u»«b»Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records «/u»
about Henry Cameron Cherry Revd. Henry Curtis Cherry M.A. Anne Alicia
«i»ntblText:«/b»6. Underneath this stone are interred the remains of Henry Cameron Cherry, son of the Revd. Henry Curtis Cherry M.A. curate of this parish and Anne Alicia his wife. Born 13 Aug 1823
«u»«b»«/i»Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records «/u»
about Henry Curtis Cherry
«i»ntblText:«/b»Henry Curtis Cherry, 1822 to 1826. He was of Clare Coll: Cambridge, B.A. 1821 ; appointed Rector of Burghfield in 1827 ,«b»ntbl Book:«/b»Under Mr. Hasted.«b»ntbl Collection:«/b»Suffolk: Horringer - Parish Registers With Appendices and Biographical Notes, 1558-1850

«b»«/i»Papers of Henry Curtis Cherry
Reference: MS 104
Title: Papers of Henry Curtis Cherry
Dates of creation: 1825-1934
Extent: 6 volumes
Administrative/Biographical History
«/b»Henry Curtis Cherry was born in Bombay in 1798, the 4th son
of Catherine (1768-1861) and John Hector Cherry (1763-
1803). Both sides of his family had risen to prominence in the
East India Company and his brothers and other relatives
continued in that service. Henry however returned to England
to study at Cambridge and enter the church, being ordained a
priest in Norwich in 1823. After serving as curate of
Horningsheath in Suffolk for four years Henry was appointed
Rector of Burghfield, Berkshire in 1827 and remained there for
the rest of his life, building up the congregation and
supervising the rebuilding of the church in 1843.
In 1822 Henry Curtis Cherry married Anne Alicia, the 17 year
old daughter of Major-General Sir John Cameron and his wife,
a niece of the first Lord de Saumarez. This family connection
was probably instrumental in Henry's appointment as
domestic chaplain to Lord de Saumarez in 1831. After the first
Lord de Saumarez died in 1836 Henry continued to serve his
son and successor in the same capacity. It was around this
time that Henry Curtis Cherry began work on his «i» Antiquarum
et insignium familiarum in comitatu Bercheriensi prosapiae; or,
Genealogies of Berkshire families «/i», including his own. From a
prospectus written in 1851 it is clear that Henry hoped to
publish this work, including pedigrees and family coats of
arms &quo;in the first style of Tabular Typography and of
Woodcut Engraving&quo; when he had found a sufficient
number of subscribers. However the work was never printed,
perhaps partly because of changes in Henry's own
circumstances.
Henry and his wife had 8 sons and 7 daughters, several of
whom died young. Their last son was born in about 1852 and
his mother died soon afterwards. In August 1853 Henry was
married again to Emily Sutherland, the widow of Lt Col Milford Sutherland (and daughter of Francis T. Forbes),
but things did not go well and according to her own account
&quo;from the first moment of her marriage she was a
miserable woman&quo;. There were major disagreements
between Emily and her mother in law over the upbringing of
the motherless infant and Henry took his mother's side.
Eventually in 1855 Emily took the scandalous step of leaving
her husband. He tried to bring her back, at least once by
force, and in 1857 she applied to the court of Queen's bench
to protect her. The case went against Henry and he was
ordered to pay sureties amounting to £200. These
proceedings can have done nothing for Henry's reputation and
he gave up all hope of publishing his magnum opus. Henry
Curtis Cherry died at Burghfield in 1864 aged 66. 
Cherry, Rev. Henry Curtis (I3707)
 

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