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26801 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Whittal, Leslie Bertram (I18083)
26802 ~married Janet Harvey child: Ethel Janet d. abt 1956 East London. Married William Nimmi who was b. 17/5/1870 Patick Glasgow, d. 24/8/1922 East London, m. 8/5/1901 Molteno. Had son William b. 21/7/1909 Queenstown, d. 17/9/1992 Cape Town, m. 18/11/1933 Tweespruit OFS. Had son Bill who supplied this info Scott, John Wesley (I28629)
26803 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bradley, William Henry Morton (I35927)
26804 “HELEN THACKWRAY was Born in November 1809 and buried on 15th July 1810 at Old Field Lane, Salford, Manchester. Baptized by Mr. Bradley Manchester John and William” Thackwray, Helen (I139783)
26805 “It was not unusual to see elephants drinking on the far side of the Drift. On one occasion an elephant had slithered down and stuck in the mud. Having an injured trunk, he was unable to lever himself up again, so he could only cross to the other side where he stood on the bank. At that moment, Samuel Rowe, innkeeper, returning from some farm festivity, which probably included good English ale, came face to face with the large and angry beast. Samuel ran to warn the others.
Armed with guns and lead bullets, they sallied forth for some sport. The elephant remained indifferent to the rain of lead bullets and only objected to the yapping of Samuel’s dog, Sixpence. Some steel bullets were then made, but by then the elephant had gone into the bush. Samuel started for home through the bush. Looking back, he suddenly saw the elephant within a few feet of him. He fled across the bush and never stopped running until he reached the inn, with the elephant at his heels.” - attributed to his son Charles.
Rowe, Samuel 1820 Settler (I139291)
26806 “Passes 1st year pupil teacher’s exam, 2nd grade, Training School, Graham’s Town”

Grahamstown Journal 22.01.1898 p4. c2.
Carlisle, May Grace (I73906)
26807 «u»RG6/1102
London & Middx Monthly Meeting of Devonshire House, Houndsditch: Births 1655-1747«/u»

Indexed (very faint, difficult to read)

«u»RG6/1102 00038 p.17«/u» (copy obtained)

Elizabeth Newman ye Daughter of John Newman & Elizabeth his wife was born the eighth of ye tenth month One Thousand Six Hundred and Seventy Three. 
Newman, Elizabeth (I68536)
26808 «u»RG6/1106
London & Middx Monthly Meeting of Peel's Court, John Street, Westminster: Births 1644-1775«/u»

RG6/1106 00099«/u» (copy obtained)

Nathaniel Newman, son of Jonathan and Katherin Newman, was Born on ye 31\super st\nosupersub of October 1707 in Cripplegate Parish. Present at the Birth: Katherine Dodson, Midwife; Eliz. Newman; Sarah Wright; Mary Franklin.

«u» RG6/331 00495 p. 422«/u» (copy obtained)
Peel Burials
1712 - Nathaniel Newman, son of Jonathan Newman, aged about seven years, Dyed in Pudding Lane the 23\super rd\nosupersub 4 mo called June, 1712, Searcher's Report of the Small Pox. 
Newman, Nathaniel (I68525)
26809 «u»RG6/331 00389 p. 316«/u» (copy obtained)
Peel Burials
1709 - A Child of Jonathan Newman aged about 8 days died ye 7\super th\nosupersub 6 mo 1709 in Cripplegate parish. 
Newman, Unknown (I68537)
26810 «u»RG6/331 00496 p. 423«/u» (copy obtained)
Peel Burials
1712 - Nathaniel Newman, son of Jonathan Newman, aged about Twelve Days, Dyed the 27\super th\nosupersub Day of September 1712, Searcher's Report of Convulsions, Fitts, in Pudding Lane. 
Newman, Nathaniel (I68538)
26811 «u»RG6/331 00534 p. 463
«/u»Southwark Burials
1713 - Elizabeth Newman, of the Parish of Saviours in Southwark, Aged about Seventy-Eight Years, dyed the 24\super th\nosupersub day of the 12 mo called February 1713, Searcher's Report of Age, and was Buryed in Ditto Ground, the 29\super th\nosupersub of ye same.
«/u»Age at death gives a birth of around 1635 which is too early for Elizabeth Ryly but parish is correct. 
Ryly, Elizabeth (I68526)
26812 «u»RG6/331 00582 p. 509 «/u»(copy obtained)
Peel Burials
Katherine Newman, Daughter of Jonathan Newman of the Parish called St Margaret, New Fish Street, London, aged about eight Days, dyed the 16\super th\nosupersub day of ye Sixth month, called August, 1714. Searcher's Report of a Convulsion in the Bowel. 
Newman, Katherine (I68539)

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