Notes

Notes

[N996] ?? related to POINTINGTON of Exeter

[N997] CHR : IGI

[N998] NO PROOF CORRECT MARRIAGE

[N999] from Kindred ne000179 (Kenneth Neal)

[N1000] CHR : IGI

[N1001] CHR : IGI

[N1002] CHR : IGI

[N1003] CHR : IGI

[N1004] CHR : IGI

[N1005] cf NBI Burials at Mere:
3 Aug 1626 Elizabeth POYNTING Wiltshire Mere, St Michael
7 Sep 1649 Frances POINTING Wiltshire Mere, St Michael
12 Jan 1652 Margaret POINTING Wiltshire Mere, St Michael
5 Sep 1677 Robert POYNTING Wiltshire Mere, St Michael
4 Jan 1691 Joane POYNTING Wiltshire Mere, St Michael
4 Mar 1691 Robert POYNTING Wiltshire Mere, St Michael
21 Jul 1703 Jane POINTING Wiltshire Mere, St Michael
8 Nov 1732 Melior POINTING Wiltshire Mere, St Michael
cf marriage of Robert Poynting & Margaret HAWKER & William POYNTING & Elizabeth
HAWKER

[N1006] BURI: ? 7 Sep 1649 Mere

[N1007] of Bath St Michael (born ca 1734 from IGI)

[N1008] CHR : IGI

[N1009] CHR : IGI

[N1010] CHR : IGI
cf mar of William POYNTING & Frances PHILLIPS

[N1011] cf bap John s. of Randle & Eliz in 1765

[N1012] CHR : IGI

[N1013] CHR : IGI
cf bap Edward s. of Robert & Anne in 1746
cf Rev John Poynting of Bromsgrove & Thomas & SArah of Kidderminster/Bristol.
All dissenters

[N1014] PAINTING from IGI

[N1015] CHR : from Julian
NO PROOF CORRECT PARENTS
? age 40 in 1841

[N1016] CHR : Text: William and Mary Pointing, twins, children of William and Mary
age 45 in 1841; 60 (wid) in 1851; 70(wid) in 1861; 81 (wid) in 1871

[N1017] BIRT: 38 in 1861; 48 in 1871, 58 in 1881; 68 in 1891
JPG 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891

[N1018] BIRT: 18 in 1841; 29 in 1851; 39 in 1861; 49 in 1871; 59 in 1881; 70 in 1891

[N1019] BIRT: 1841 age 40; 1851 age 55; 1861 age 63
BURI: age 72
JPG 1841, 1851, 1861

[N1020] of Wincanton

[N1021] of Bruton

[N1022] dates from Worldconnect David Thornton

[N1023] BIRT: c1825

[N1024] INFORMATION ON THIS FAMILY FROM DAVID HIGGINS (2003)

[N1025] BIRT: 628Z; Portsea RD; P/C
DEAT: 934D
ADM188/1064 M23115
CRIM1/1179 Charge of Fraud 23 Apr 1940
WILL: P/C: children: Glenda Margaret McCauley; Judith Ann Lawrence; David Leonard
Pointing

[N1029] BIRT: 563Z Portsea RD
DEAT: 950D
WILL: P/C:brothers, Edward Stuart Pointing, Leslie P.; Sister-in-law: eileen
Pointing; Nephews & nieces: Michael Stuart Pointing, Daphne Baker, Sally
Christofferson; Judith Norsworthy; John Sawer; Royston Sawer; Glenda McAuley;
Judith Lawrence; David Pointing

[N1030] BIRT: 707Z Q3 1904
DEAT: 1086D

[N1031] BIRT: 687Z
DEAT: 921D
WILL: P/C: Sister Marjorie Comben Pointing; brother Edward Stewart Pointing

[N1032] DEAT: 1087D

[N1034] marriage also under Debra POINTING

[N1041] BIRT: 778Z

[N1042] BIRT: 604Z Portsea RD
DEAT: 408D age 4

[N1043] BIRT: 18 in 1841

[N1044] DEAT: Worldconnect (Doug Williams)

[N1045] BIRT: 14 in 1841; 24 in 1851

[N1046] BIRT: 12 in 1841

[N1047] BIRT: 10 in 1841

[N1048] BIRT: 18 in 1851

[N1049] WILL: Adm to Elizabeth Matthews (wife of Charles Matthews)

[N1050] BIRT: not reg under Pointing ?
BURI: age 22

[N1051] BIRT: Walworth from 1891
P/c 1891 census: with M.S. Walker age 9 born Camberwell and F.E. Pollard age 5
(?) born St Johns Wood ? children of A.M. Pollard (described as grandchildren
of Louisa Pollard

[N1052] GEN: Carolyn works as a family day care provider and Trevor is a garderner wit
hGranville Tobacco Processors.

[N1053] They live at 1 Boowaggan Rd, Merrimac at the Gold Coast, where Randall is
principal of Merrimac school. Janelle works as a teachers aide.
from Kindred re000094

[N1054] GEN: Neil is a truck driver and Roslyn works at the ANZ bank.They lived at 12
McGill St, Basin Pocket, Ipswich, until around 1995,
GEN: when they moved to 62 Queensborough Parade, Karalee, Ipswich, Qld. Neil
is a truck driver and Roslyn works at the A N Z Bank.

[N1057] BIRT: 31 in 1861; 40 in 1871; 49 in 1881,55 in 1891, 70 in 1901
On Worldconnect submission by Douglas Scott (Jan 2007)
JPG 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891. 1901 seen, age 70, with niece, Louisa SMITH age 51
wid born Eastington

[N1058] BIRT: from 1851 census
??? d. 1873 St Geo H Sq , son of Mary (207D)

[N1059] BIRT: from 1851

[N1060] DEAT: age 1 yr 11days

[N1061] DEAT: age 81
BURI: MI

[N1062] DEAT: age 61
BURI: MI

[N1063] DEAT: age 17 months 3 days

[N1064] DEAT: age 4 yrs 5 mths

[N1065] DEAT: died at school
BURI: age 10yrs 3mths 14 days

[N1066] DEAT: age 30yrs
BURI: MI

[N1067] DEAT: age 35
BURI: MI

[N1068] DEAT: age 63

[N1069] DEAT: age 47

[N1070] DEAT: age 3 wks

[N1071] DEAT: age 22

[N1072] DEAT: age 49

[N1073] DEAT: 1789 age 71 (email Peter Effer Jan 2008)

[N1074] DEAT: 13 Nov 1784 age 60 (email Peter Effer Jan 2008)

[N1075] BURI: age 73 on Oct last

[N1076] DEAT: age 36

[N1077] DEAT: age 56

[N1078] BIRT: c. 1829
ancestor of Maureen Borland

[N1079] Email brettpointing@hotmail.com

[N1080] BIRT: Holcombe

[N1081] BIRT: 22Z; UKBMD Twerton District mother = CHIVERS
DEAT: 90D ; mining accident
Mining Accidents - Alfred Pointing
Name: POINTING Alfred
Age: 13
Date: 31/07/1854
Year: 1854
Occupation: Collier
Colliery: Writhlington Lower
Owner: Smith and Co.
Town: Radstock
County: Somerset
Notes: Fell down from windlass slipping.

[N1082] owned manor of Poltimore near Exeter
cf John POYNTING of St Mary Steps, Exeter

[N1083] CHR : as POYNTINGTON

[N1084] no proof of children

[N1085] CHR : as POINTING

[N1086] CHR : IGI

[N1087] CHR : IGI

[N1088] CHR : IGI

[N1089] CHR : IGI

[N1090] CHR : IGI

[N1091] CHR : IGI

[N1092] CHR : IGI

[N1093] CHR : IGI

[N1094] CHR : IGI

[N1095] cf Bridgewater & Somerset advertiser 9 Apr 1832:
Pointington Sarah - age 23 inquest Castle Cary & Sparkford

[N1096] left money for silver box to All Saints Ch., Poyntington ? in 1950s

[N1097] WILL: Will

[N1098] DEAT: age 77
From list compiled by Julian NB others in Holborn /Marylebone areas

[N1099] CHR : IGI

[N1100] CHR : IGI

[N1101] CHR : IGI

[N1102] CHR : IGI

[N1103] CHR : IGI

[N1104] cf Marmaduke Poyntington

[N1105] of Compton Dando
cf Sarah Pointing HOLBROOK born 1851 in Stoke Lane, daughter of John HOLBROOK
of Green Farm, Kilmersdon (Rootsweb submission by Russell HARTNOLL of NZ)
?? correct marriage

[N1106] info from Don Roberts 5.8.00
National Archives of Australia: A9300 1939-48 Service Number 425464 Date of
Birth: 26 Jun 1920; Place of Birth: Ipswich, Qld ;Place of Enlistment:
Brisbane, Qld; Next of Kin: Albert POINTING
WW2 Nominal Roll:
Name POINTING, JOSEPH JAMES
Service Royal Australian Air Force
Service Number 425464
Date of Birth 26 Jun 1920
Place of Birth IPSWICH, QLD
Date of Enlistment 28 Feb 1942
Locality on Enlistment Unknown
Place of Enlistment BRISBANE, QLD
Next of Kin POINTING, ALBERT
Date of Discharge 8 Aug 1945
Rank Flying Officer
Posting at Discharge 2 Aircraft Depot

[N1109] ?? born 1813

[N1110] of Almonsbury, Glos in 1837

[N1111] Email(2000): crittenden@onetel.net.uk

[N1112] circa 1800 cf ADM44/P5 Seaman's effects

[N1113] cf ADM44/P5 Seaman's effects

[N1114] cf ADM44/P5 Seaman's effects

[N1115] from Gencircles (Graham Shirra)

[N1116] cf Worldconnect Philip HUNT

[N1117] DEAT: from Elinor Wood

[N1118] BURI: age 74

[N1120] DEAT: Reg No 12112, age 65

[N1121] applied for a widow's pension in 1902 (???1884) as thought that Francis had
been killed in Civil War

[N1122] ancestor of Gill Evans (nee Horler)

[N1123] Email (2001) gevans6969@ntlworld.com

[N1124] cf Duke Poyntington

[N1126] BIRT: age 43 in 1901 born Stoke Lane, Somerset
from Rootsweb submission by Russell Hartnoll
1881 Census index: Sarah Ponting HOLBROOK

[N1127] BIRT: age 43 in 1901 born Leigh in Mendip, Somerset

[N1128] WILL: Administrator's Records D\D\Cta/P66 Diocese of Bath & Wells (Somerset Archive)
West Harptree, Somerset

[N1129] WILL: proved 1781 Wells; will in Somerset Archive DD/PO/4 estates to sons John &
James, daughters Betty (wife of Isaac Poynting), Mary Bince, & Sarah (wife of
William Wolley), grandaughters Mary & Betty Poynter, & wife Mary

[N1130] BIRT: age 66 in 1881
BURI: age 94

[N1131] BIRT: 13 in 1861

[N1132] BIRT: 11. 150 free BMD; 12 in 1851;22 in 1861; 32 in 1871
P/C London Gazette 4 Apr 1868: Bankruptcy William Pointing HAW, shoe
manufacturer, Bristol
1841 seen
1871 seen as William Pointing HAW, married

[N1133] BIRT: 32 in 1871

[N1134] BIRT: from Alison Thorne Family Bible

[N1135] 1851 census: HO107/1760 f. 639A

[N1136] 1851 census: HO107/1760 f. 639A

[N1137] BIRT: Islington RD 483Z; 23 in 1911
DEAT: 501D age 25

[N1138] BIRT: Holborn RD 501Z; 22 in 1911

[N1139] BIRT: Fulham RD 549Z; 18 in 1911 born Shephers Bush

[N1140] BIRT: Axbridge RD 655Z
DEAT: age 53 762D

[N1141] BIRT: St George H Sq RD 618Z

[N1142] BIRT: 4 in 1851;14 in 1861;24 in 1871; 36 in 1881;46 in 1891; in 1901
JPG 1861, 1881, 1891, 1901

[N1143] BIRT: age 17 in 1901; 8 in 1891; 416Z
?? = Martha 1882-1971

[N1144] BIRT: age 7months in 1891; Edward in 1901; Chorlton RD 528Z
DEAT: age 10; 409D

[N1146] BIRT: Birth record Missouri; Sep from Joyce Thompson & 1900 Census
3rd child

[N1147] BIRT: Missouri Birth Record

[N1148] BIRT: Missouri Birth Record

[N1149] BIRT: 10 in 1851; 21 in 1861; 30 in 1871

[N1150] BIRT: 5 in 1851; 16 in 1861; 25 in 1871

[N1151] BIRT: 32 in 1861
Birth notes
ABT1828/9
Christening notes
01 Feb 1829
Death notes
07 Feb 1906 Aged 77 - actual date from the Merthyr Express 10
Feb 1906
Burial notes
09 Feb 1906 Buried with Charles and his wife

[N1152] Birth notes
ABT1862 No trace in IGI (1988) under either name. Two possible
certificates
identified: 1862 (1st quarter) 6d 32 and 1862 (2nd quarter) 6d
129.
Death notes
BEF1871

[N1153] BIRT: 6 in 1861

[N1154] BIRT: 4 in 1861; age 44 in 1901
Birth notes
30 Oct 1856
Death notes
14 Jun 1924 myocarditis and pneumonia
Burial notes
AFT14 Jun 1924
George declined to tell his children anything about his family
except that
Harman 29 Jun 1982).
JPG 1901

[N1155] BIRT: 3 in 1861
Birth notes
29 Jul 1858
Death notes
1941
Will notes
Somerset House indexes searched 1941-1944 without success.

[N1156] BIRT: 1 in 1861
Birth notes
ABT1860 Probable birth certificate identified: 1860 (2nd
quarter) 6d 65
Death notes
BEF1861

[N1157] Charles took over the photography business in Merthyr Tydfil from his father.
He was a keen producer of Gilbert and Sullivan operettas - see cutting.

John Leslie was the one who called him "The Wastrel" - it is not known why.
Charles' death on the 1 Jan 1957 notified by Ethel Jones (neice) - is this
Ethel Harris (George's daughter)?
Will notes: no will indexed in Somerset House 1957-59

[N1158] Albert Edward was brought up in Merthyr Tydfil. According to Edward Brian
Harris, he ran away from school at the age of 10 as he thought
he had killed a schoolfriend with a penknife.

In Merthyr he worked as a photographer, and then went to the
Slade School of Art. The 1900 Kelly's Directory for South Wales
lists an address for Harris, Albert E as 2, The Avenue, Merthyr
Tydfil.

He went out to India to restore pictures - he knew nothing
about restoration so read it up on the boat out. When he
reached his destination, he found that the Maharajah had been
using the portraits of his ancestors for pistol practice!

He played cricket for the Port of Calcutta, but couldn't stand
the sound of the guns. According to the Calcutta Statesman
newspaper dated 1.9.1927 (reporting his leaving India after 37
years) he had arrived in Bombay in June 1890 and served with
Messrs Johnston and Hoffman as an artist for 6 years, returning
to Calcutta early in 1897 to practice on his own account. The
paper says that he studied at the Cardiff School of Art,
Hatherleys, South Kensington College and the National Gallery.
His early interest apparently was scupture, but he abandoned
this.

He lived in India first at 14 Rowlands Rd., Calcutta, but then
moved to 25/1 Rowlands Rd, Ballygunge, Calcutta before Maria
died. Edward Brian Harris says that he never paid any rent (the
owner lived upstairs) for all the 35 years he lived there, and
he returned to the UK virtually penniless, having sold his
furniture and pictures in order to pay the outstanding rent!
However he did pay for the construction of Lingmathang (cost
700)

In 1919 he was engaged by the Amir of Afghanistan to organise a
School of Art at Kabul, of which he was to be the principal,
but whilst awaiting the firman to enter Afghanistan, news came
announcing the assassination of the Amir.

Diana Harris (Leslie) says that his work-rate was very slow -
quite a perfectionist - Etto (second wife) used to become very
frustrated about it. He was a great enthusiast for Gilbert and
Sullivan and loved Victorian musical evenings.

His first wife was Maria Leonard whom he married in April 1890.
Diana has an anecdote that when he was growing old and senile,
he went to stay with his son Leonard Harris and his wife
Dorice. There on the wall he saw a portrait of his first wife
which he himself had painted. He turned to Dorice and said "and
who is this disagreeable-looking woman?"

Madge Tudor Evans said that he was "the very nicest man" and
far too good for his wife "Ethel treated him like a dog".
Apparently Etto wanted him to die before she did so she could
have some years by herself.

He lived from May 1890 to Autumn 1924 in India, apart from two
half-year holidays.

[N1159] BIRT: We know he was 17 years, 6 months old on the 3rd Jan 1846, which means he was
cf Worldconnect submission by Nick Harris
Cleopas was one of the earliest commercial photographers,
working first in Birmingham and then in Merthyr Tydfil, which
he moved to in 1867.

He was born in Publow, where his grandfather had a tanning
business.

[N1160] BURI: NBI

[N1161] BIRT: or Castle Cary
DEAT: Killed in action

[N1162] grandfather of Kent Porter (cf emails 2003)

[N1163] grandfather of Jull Thornton (2003)

[N1164] ?? = James NINCE

[N1165] BIRT: IGI
CHR : IGI

[N1166] BIRT: IGI
CHR : IGI

[N1167] BIRT: World connect George D. Gilbert

[N1168] BIRT: World connect George D. Gilbert

[N1169] BIRT: World connect George D. Gilbert

[N1170] DEAT: P/C Death cert : Informant T.J. Harrison
BURI: Miller County Cemetery Records, Tuscumbia Cemetery, Equality Township, Miller
1900 United States Federal Census, Missouri, Miller County, Equality township,
district 79, page 6a, line 47, family/dwelling 111/114, William T. Harrison,
head of household, born August 1839, (62), married seventeen years, born
Kentucky, farmer, Jane, wife, born January 1849 (59), married seventeen years,
one child, alive as of 1900, born England, Minerva N, daughter born April 1879
(27), Thomas J., son born May 1884 (16), both born Missouri
1910 United States Federal Census, Missouri, Miller County, Equaltiy township,
district 79, line 40, family/dwelling 91/93, William T. Harrison, head of
household (71), born Kentucky, farmer, Jane, wife (61), second marriage for
both, married 27 years, has had 2 children, both alive 1910, born England.
1920 United States Federal Census, Missouri, Miller County, Equality township,
district 91, page 2b, line 90, family/dwelling: 33/34, William T Harrison, head
of household (82), born Kentucky, farmer, Jane, wife, naturalized citizen, born
England, Thomas J., son (35), Ella, daughter in law (28), William T., grandson
(11), Charles G., grandson (7), Ruby D., granddaughter (7), Jessie M.,
granddaughter (4), Lawrence W., grandson, (1), all born Missouri. Curtz
Arzella, boarder (42), born Kansas, William L Curtz, boarder (4), born Missouri.

[N1171] 1930 United States Federal Census, Missouri, Morgan County, Moreau Township,
Versailles, District 8, ED 71-8, page 6b, line 84, family/dwelling:
154/167: Thomas J. Harrison, head of household, (45), married at age 23),
laborer, farm, Ella E., wife, (42), married at age 19, William H., son
(21),presser, shoe factory, Charles G., son (19), finisher, shoe factory,
Mildred, daughter (14), folder, shoe factory, Lawrence W., son, Hazel V., (9
years 4 months), Thomas J., son (3 years 9 months), all born Missouri.
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Record about Thomas
Jefferson Harrison
Name: Thomas Jefferson Harrison
City: Tuscumbia
County: Miller
State: Missouri
Birth Date: 21 May 1884
Race: White
Roll: 1683405
DraftBoard: Miller County
Age: 34
Occupation: farmer
Nearest Relative: Ella E. Harrison, Tuscumbia, Miller County, MO
Registration Place:Tuscumbia
Height: medium
Build: stout
Color of Eyes: blue
Color of Hair: brown

[N1172] of Belvedere, Bath

[N1173] From Cathy Pineau (2004): marriage info from the LDS film for Castle Cary
#1278917 covering the years 1607-1854. I think this Ann had sibs Fanny (1778)
and Humphrey (1762) but am not sure how she connects to my Wake tree...except
for the fact that all of the rest of the Wakes in Castle Carey and area ARE all
connected to my tree. I have a hunch that Ann's parents were John Wake and Jane
Radford married 1761 in Bruton..."

[N1174] from Worldconnect

[N1175] photo on file

[N1176] DEAT: age 2

[N1177] BURI: MI Eva Smith age 2yr 2m 4d d/o F.C. & M.E.

[N1178] Q/SR/307/59 SRO Session Roll (not seen) 30 Apr 1739

[N1179] BIRT: 26 in 1901

[N1180] BIRT: 4 in 1901

[N1181] BIRT: age 5 mths

[N1182] CHR : From Phil Clements: Page: 9/66

[N1183] CHR : Ammy, a base child, daughter of Mary Pointon; born on 5 Jan

[N1184] CHR : William Pointing, son of Mary - Chilcompton - Servant
FROM Phil CLEMENTS

[N1185] DEAT: 940D Q1 1979
WILL: Admon

[N1192] Living Individual - Details withheld

[N1193] cf mar of William POYNTING & Frances PHILLIPS
NO PROOF OF RELATIONSHIPS
WILL: P/C Will & Inv of Robert POINTING (POYNTING) of Mere, Wilts. Wife: Joane. Son:
Robert. Daughters Joane, .... & Doriti POINTING 1678

[N1194] BURI: Record Search

[N1195] BIRT: from Alison Thorne Family Bible

[N1196] BIRT: from Alison Thorne Family Bible

[N1197] BIRT: from Alison Thorne Family Bible

[N1198] BIRT: from Alison Thorne Family Bible

[N1199] BIRT: 166Z Wincanton RD
DEAT: Reg 8414 & 8903; son of John & Annie

[N1200] very likely remarried in 1909

[N1201] BIRT: 1370

[N1202] BIRT: 19214
DEAT: Reg 8872

[N1203] BIRT: 5015
DEAT: Reg 26961; Pyrmont
BURI: age 50, Roman Catholic 3 - Row 12- Grave 467

[N1204] BIRT: 10196; Prospect from "What they did families of the Brunswick"
P/C "The Poynting Family" from "WHAT THEY DID Families of the Brunswick";
detailed biography with info from his daughter-in-law Gloria POYNTING
www.aif.adfa.edu.au:
Arthur Henry POYNTING

Regimental number 509
Religion Roman Catholic
Occupation Grocer
Address Dunoon, Richmond River, New South Wales
Marital status Single
Age at embarkation 24
Next of kin Mother, Mrs E Parry, Broadwater, Richmond River, New South Wales
Enlistment Date 31 October 1914
Rank on enlistment Private
Unit name 5th Light Horse Regiment, B Squadron
AWM Embarkation Roll number 10/10/1
Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board
Transport A34 Persic on 21 December 1914
WILL: NSW Probate

[N1205] BIRT: 11134

[N1206] BIRT: 5054
DEAT: 2625

[N1207] BIRT: 31394
DEAT: 19641
www.aif.adfa.edu.au:
Harold Gould POYNTING

Regimental number 20818
Religion Roman Catholic
Occupation Postal assistant
Address Sydney, New South Wales
Marital status Single
Age at embarkation 21
Next of kin Mother, Mrs Ellen Parry, Broadwater, Richmond River, New South Wales
Enlistment Date 30 May 1917
Rank on enlistment Sapper
Unit name
AWM Embarkation Roll number 22/17/2
Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT
A38 Ulysses on 19 December 1917
Rank from Nominal Roll Sapper
Unit from Nominal Roll 5th Light Horse Regiment
Fate Returned to Australia 28 June 1919

[N1208] BIRT: 20793
DEAT: 7870

[N1209] BURI: age 85, Roman Catholic 3 - Row 12- Grave 467
Worldconnect Gabrielle WATTERSON (Nov 206)

[N1210] BIRT: Reg 48052

[N1211] DEAT: from Sydney Morning Herald 29 Sep 1986
BURI: age "0", General Lawn 37 - Row 3 - Grave 813
National Archives of Australia: B883 1939-48 Service Number NX122091 Date of
Birth: 27 Sep 1919; Place of Birth: Lismore, NSW;Place of Enlistment: Gin Gin
WA; Next of Kin: Alfred POYNTING
National Archives of Australia: A9301 1939-48 Service Number 436943 Date of
Birth: 27 Sep 1919; Place of Birth: Lismore, NSW;Place of Enlistment: Sydney;
Next of Kin: Joan POYNTING

[N1212] DEAT: from Sydney Morning Herald 12 Feb 2000
BURI: age 80, General Lawn 37 - Row - Grave 813
National Archives of Australia: A9301 1939-48 Service Number 105659 Date of
Birth: 9 May 1919; Place of Birth: Grafton, NSW; Place of Enlistment: Sydney;
Next of Kin: James POYNTING

[N1215] BIRT: 30680

[N1216] DEAT: from Sydney Morning Herald 31 Dec 1974; age 84

[N1219] could be two people: Beryl & Jean

[N1220] Tenant age 43 in Emborough, Somerset; with Angell Poynting

[N1221] In 1751 lease Chewton Manor, Chewton Mendip

[N1222] DEAT: Died before Stephen

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