27 Jan 1882, page 1
Marriages. “On the 24 Jan., at Holy Trinity Church, Paddington, by the Rev. Prebendary Moore, M.A., Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen, assisted by the Rev. A. J. D. D’Orsey, B.D., King’s College, WILLIAM FRANCIS VETCH, Esq., Major 1st Batt., Royal Dublin Fusilliers (late Royal Madras Fusilliers), youngest son of the late Captain James Vetch, R.E. and F.R.S., to JANETTE OLIVER, eldest daughter of GEORGE TINLINE, Esq., of 17, Princes-square, Bayswater, and Lyndon, New Zealand, formerly of Adelaide, South Australia.”
26 Oct 1882, page 1
Marriages. "On the 23rd Oct., by license, at St. James's Church, Dover, by the Rev. W.E. Light [?], M.A. Rector. Frederick Button, Esq., of Durban, Natal to Esther Mary, second daughter of George Tinline, Esq., of 17 Prince's-square, Bayswater, and Lyndon, New Zealand, formerly of Adelaide, South Australia."
26 and 27 Jan 1886, page 1
Marriages. "On the 19th Jan., at the Priory Church, Great Malvern, by the Rev. W.O. Parker Ford, Vicar of Bewdley, assisted by the Vicar of Malvern and the Rev. E.M. Bail, James Madder, only son of George Tinline, of 12 Pembridge-square, London, formerly of Adelaide, South Australia to Constance Marie, fourth daughter of Christopher D. Barker, Esq., Radnoe House, Great Malvern."
8 Dec 1887, page 1
Deaths. "On the 4th inst., at Durban, Natal, of heart disease, Esther Mary, wife of Frederick Button, and second daughter of George Tinline, of 12, Pembridge-square, Bayswater. Friends are kindly requested to accept this intimation. (By telegram.)"
21 Oct 1889, page 1
Deaths. "On the 18th inst. at 12, Pembridge Square, Bayswater, Helen, the beloved wife of George Tinline, formerly of Adelaide, South Australia, aged 74 years."
9 Feb 1895, page 1
Deaths. "TINLINE - On the 2nd Feb., at Melbourne, George Tinline, of 12, Pembridge-square, London, and Lyndon, New Zealand, formerly of Adelaide, South Australia, aged 79. (Information received by wire)."
29 Oct 1895, page 1
Births. "TINLINE - On the 28th [or 26th?] Oct., at 12, Pembridge-square, Bayswater, the wife of J. Madder Tinline, of a son."
3rd quarter 1896
Birth notice for Maggie Balmer Tinline not found.
31 Mar 1898, page 1
Births. "TINLINE - On the 28th inst., at The Grange, Rockbeare, Devon, the wife of J.M. Tinline, of a daughter." [should be a son?]
1 Oct 1907 – 15 Jan 1908
Marriage notice for Mercedes Tinline not found.
2 Nov 1907
Deaths. “BUTTON – On the 31st Oct., suddenly, FREDERICK BUTTON, of Durban, Natal, at the residence of his sister-in-law, Mrs. W. F. Vetch, No. 1, Hyde Park-gate, S.W., in his 65th year of age. Funeral at Hampstead Cemetery, Fortune-green, West Hampstead, on Monday, November 4th, at 11 a.m.”
15 Mar 1910, page 1
Deaths. "VETCH - On the 12th March, suddenly, at 1, Hyde Park-gate, S.W., Major-General William Francis Vetch, C.V.O., Colonel of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, youngest son of the late Captain James Vetch, R.E., F.R.S., aged 65 years. Date of funeral will be announced later."
15 Mar 1910, page 15
Deaths. "Major-General W.F. Vetch. The death is announced of Major-General William Francis Vetch, C.V.O., colonel of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, who died suddenly on March 12 at the age of 65.
General Vetch was the son of the late Captain Vetch, R.E., and joined the Royal Madras Fusilliers in 1864. After commanding his battalion he became Assistant Adjutant-General North-East District and Assistant Director-General of Ordinance at the War Office. In 1901 he was promoted major-general and subsequently commanded a brigade and the troops in Dublin."
12 May 1910, page 13
Wills. "Major-General William Francis Vetch, C.V.O., of Hyde Park-gate, W., late of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, sometime Assistant Director-General of Ordnance at the War Office, who died on March 12, aged 65, left estate valued at £1,543 gross, with net personalty £1,483."
21 Feb 1911, page 1
Deaths. "TINLINE - On the 17th Feb., at Cliffden, Teignmouth, James Madder Tinline, aged 54. Australian papers, please copy."
25 Feb 1911, page 3
”King’s Bench Division – Bills of Exchange and Alleged Card-Sharpers – Pleydell v. Tinline and Brown”. [Summary only] John Douglas Madden Tinline, was “a young man living at Teignmouth, and was the son of fairly well-to-do parents. His father had died a few days ago.” He “had some time ago taken a sea voyage to Colombo on the steamship Otway” and also stopped at Port Said. He was tricked into signing some papers on board ship while intoxicated. The jury found him not guilty.
4 Apr 1911, page 11
Wills. "Mr. James Madder Tinline, of Cliffden, Teignmouth, Devon, who died on February 17 last, aged 54 years, left estate of the gross value of £85,037, with net personalty £76,140. By his will, dated February 17 last, Mr. Tinline left £100 to the Teignmouth Hospital."
2nd quarter 1915
Marriage notice for George C.M. Tinline not found.
2nd quarter 1918
Death notice for Sadrene Tinline not found.
7 Oct 1918, page 1
Marriages. “DUNSTERVILLE:TINLINE. – On the 3rd Oct., at St. John Baptist Church, Gt. Marlborough-street, by the Vicar, CAPTAIN ARTHUR GEOFFREY DUNSTERVILLE, only son of Colonel Dunsterville, C.M.G., to IRENE CONSTANCE MARGARET, only daughter of the late JAMES MADDER TINLINE, of Cliffden, Teignmouth, Devon.”
25 Nov 1920
Forthcoming Marriages. “MR. G. C. M. TINLINE AND MRS. PERCY RADCLYFFE. The engagement is announced of G. C. M. Tinline, younger son of the late Mr. J. M. Tinline, Cliffden, Teignmouth, S. Devon, and Mrs. Percy Radclyffe, elder daughter of the late Mr. Robert Thomas, of the Court House, Methyr Tydvil, S. Wales, and granddaughter of Colonel J. W. and Mrs. Keyworth, of Green, Bishopsteignton, S. Devon.”
4 Dec 1920, page 1
Marriages. “TINLINE:RADCLYFFE. – On the 26th Nov., at Marylebone Register Office, and afterwards at the Chapel Royal, Savoy, by the Revd. Percy Young, GEORGE CECIL MURRAY, younger son of the late Mr. JAMES MADDER TINLINE, Cliffden, Teignmouth, Devon, to Mrs. PERCY RADCLYFFE, elder daughter of the late Mr. Robert Thomas, of the Court House, Merthyr Tydvill, S. Wales.”
20 Oct 1926, page 1
Deaths. "VETCH - On the 18th Oct., at 1, Hyde Park-gate, London, Janet Oliver Vetch, widow of Major-General William Francis Vetch, C.V.O., aged 79."
21 Oct 1926, page 1
Deaths. "[same as above, plus:] Funeral tomorrow (Friday), at Highgate Cemetery, at 12 o'clock. Flowers to Messrs. Hatt and Son, 82, Kensington High-street, W.8."
21 Oct 1926, page 16
"Inquest on Mrs. Vetch. Death from heart failure. The inquest on the body of Mrs. Janet Oliver Vetch who lived in No. 1, Hyde Park-gate, Kensington-road, W., was opened before Mr. H.R. Oswald, the coroner for West London, at Hammersmith Coroner's Court yesterday. Mrs. Vetch, who was the widow of Major-General W.F. Vetch, was found by a workman lying dead at the bottom of the stairs at her house on Monday.
Dr. F. Travers, Police Divisional Surgeon, said he arrived at the house at 8 a.m., when he found Mrs. Vetch dead. There were indications of heart trouble, and she had been liable to sudden death for the last five years. Death was due to heart failure following undernourishment, exposure on the cold, damp, staircase, and the fall, which induced wounds and hemorrhage. He did not think death was due to the wounds, but to heart failure.
The coroner recorded a verdict of 'Death from natural causes'."
22 Oct 1926, page 1
"[same as above, page 1, except:] funeral today."
25 Sep 1928, page 16
Wills. "Tinline, Mr. James Edward (61), of The Drive, Seedfield, Bury, of the firm of John Tinline, builders and contractors (net personalty £9,312)."
27 Jul 1944, page 2
Royal Canadian Air Force
Missing, Believed Killed in Action
Tinline, Flg. Off. J. E.
[in a later issue, he is listed under “Presumed KIA”).