TINLING and WIDDRINGTON
12 Oct 1789, page 1
“From the London Gazette. War Office 10 Oct 1789. 57th Foot, Ensign George Tinling, to be Lieutenant.”
18 Dec 1802, page 3
Births. "On the 13th inst. At Cleve Dale, the Lady of C. Tinling, Esq. Captain in the Royal Navy, of a son."
4 Aug 1814, page 3
“The Earl of DALHOUSIE, Sir E. PAKENHAN, Sir G. MURRAY, and Colonel TINLING, with the remainder of the Staff of the British army, landed on Tuesday at Portsmouth. The 1st and 2d Guards came over with his Lordship, which were the last troops which were left in France. A few Commissaries remained to settle some [?] accounts at Bordeaux.”
3 Mar 1821, page 4
Deaths. “On the 24th ult., at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, Lieut-General George Rochfort, chief Fire-Master to the royal Laboratory, in the 83rd year of his age.” [Husband of Elizabeth Tinling.]
Jan - Jun 1822
Death notice for Isaac Tinling not found.
24 Aug 1822, page 3
”UNION-HALL.—Yesterday a brutal fellow, named James Tinling, a groom in the service of T. Richardson, Esq., who resides in the Kent-road, was, before M. SWABEY, Esq., charged with having maliciously stabbed a very valuable horse, the property of his master.
The greatest indignation was excited by the examination. Mr. Richardson stated, that about six o’clock on Thursday evening, as he was sitting in his parlour, he heard a very unusual noise proceeding from the stable. He immediately ran into the yard, and upon looking through the stable window, saw the prisoner, with a large stable fork in his hand, making a furious attack upon one of the horses. The poor animal plunged very much, and groaned, but the prisoner continued the attack, and inflicted a desperate wound in the jaw of the horse, the prongs of the fork having entered about two inches. The witness entered the stable, and reprobated the cruelty of the fellow, but was himself soon given to understand that as little ceremony would be shown to himself as had been shown to the poor horse. ‘D—n you, you old villain,’ said the prisoner. ‘I’ll serve you as I have served your horse, and I’ll set your house on fire too.’ The witness added, that of late the prisoner was in the habit of drinking very much, and that the abominable habit had wrought the greatest change in the unfortunate man. The horse was rendered useless in consequence of the wound.
The Magistrate strongly reprobated the inhumanity of the prisoner and sentenced him to pay a fine of 5l., to be imprisoned for two months in the House of Correction, and to find securities to keep the peace.”
30 May 1825, page 3
“From the LONDON GAZETTE, Saturday, May 28. […] WAR OFFICE, May 27. His Majesty has been pleased to appoint the following Officers to take rank, by Brevet, as undermentioned. The commissions to be dated May 27, 1825:-- […] To be LIEUTENANT-GENERALS in the Army – […] David Latimer Tinling Widdrington […]
30 Jan 1826, page 3
”On Saturday last, Captain S. Sidney Widrington, of Chichester, accompanied a party of gentlemen on a shooting excursion to the Paldoc Coppice, Goodwood. The Captain had just killed a woodcock, which he sent his servant to pick up, and then loaded one of the barrels of his gun, and gave it to the servant to load the other; in doing which some of the shots accidently passed into the barrel loaded by the Captain, in which, as indicating that it was loaded, the ram-rod had been left, and which the shot prevented being drawn out. In endeavouring to extract it by force, the servant having hold of the butt-end, and the Captain the rod, the barrel the servant had loaded accidentally went off, and the charge passed between the Captain’s right arm and side, wounding both in a shocking manner, but providentially not injuring any of the main arteries. He was taken home in the Duke of Richmond’s carriage; and we have much satisfaction in adding, that he is now considered in a fair way of recovery. It was generally reported on Saturday, that the whole of the charge had gone into the right side, and passed out at his shoulder; but this, it appears, was incorrect. Lord G. Lennox was so close as to feel some of the shots strike him in the face.—Brighton Herald.
11 Apr 1827, page 6
Bankrupts. “Hector Tinling, Salford, Lancashire, joiner, April 25, 26, May 29, at White’s Hotel, Manchester; solicitors, Messrs. Hurd and Johnson, King’s Bench-walk, Temple.”
21 Aug 1828, page 4
Marriages. “On Tuesday, the 19th inst., at Walcot Church, Bath, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells, Major W. F. Tinling, only son of the late Major-General Tinling, of the Grenadier Guards, to Meliora Susanna, eldest daughter of the late John Robinson Francklin, Esq., Captain in the Hon. East India Company’s service.”
25 Mar 1830 – 7 Apr 1830
Marriage notice for Sidney Henry Widdrington not found.
23 Feb 1830 – 24 Mar 1830
Death notice for William St. Clair not found.
10 May 1832, page 7
Deaths. “On the 8th inst., at Spring Garden-terrace, Elizabeth, widow of the late General Rochfort, of the Royal Artillery, in her 89th year.” [Elizabeth Tinling].
26 Feb 1833, page 4
In honor of her birthday, the Queen held a Drawing-room, which Sir Latimer Widdrington and Major Tinling attended (among hundreds of others).
13 Jan 1836, page 4
Deaths. “On Monday last, at Southampton, William Tinling, Esq., in his 87th year.”
31 Mar 1837, page 4
“A most distressing occurrence happened at Tunbridge-wells on the afternoon of Wednesday, the 22d inst., by the overturning of a light four-wheel carriage, in which was Miss Widdrington (daughter of Lieutenant-General Widdrington) and her groom; in consequence of which the lady received such severe injuries as to banish every hope of recovery from the minds of the medical gentlemen, who were immediately on the spot to render assistance. She was, however, taken into the Hand and Sceptre Inn, where (lying quite insensible till Friday night) she died, without any apparent pain whatever. The groom, when taken up, appeared also lifeless; but, though very much bruised and hurt, is in a fair way of recovery. – Brighton Gazette.”
27 Apr 1837, page 7
Deaths. “On the 24th instant, at Wickham, Hants., aged 72, Pitt Burnaby Greene, Esq., Captain, R.N.” [Husband of Johanna Tinling].
1 Oct 1838 – 8 Jan 1839
Marriage notice for Sidney Henry Widdrington not found.
31 Jul 1839
Deaths. "On the 30th inst., suddenly, at the residence of his son, the Rev. Sidney Widdrington, Manor-house, Bexley, Lieutenant-General Sir D. Latimer Tinling Widdrington, K.C.H. He was nearly 30 years a general officer, served his country in almost every part of the world, and was in receipt of a pension for distinguished services."
2 Dec 1840, page 4
"The late Admiral Tinling. - Our obituary contains a record of the death of Mr. Charles Ashley Stubbs Tinling, Rear-Admiral of the Red, aged 77. This gallant officer entered the navy in 1778, on board the Porcupine, Captain the late Admiral Sir Charles Knowles, and was midshipman in that ship at the time she fought her gallant motion with two Spanish frigates in 1780. He afterwards commanded a gunboat in the memorable siege of Gibraltar, serving with the marine brigade on shore, a Spanish line of battle ship being driven on shore and taken possession of. At the time of his death Rear-Admiral Tinling was the only surviving naval officer who served the whole of that memorable siege. On his return to England he served in different ships commanded by the first officers of the day. He was a lieutenant in the Orion in Lord Howe's action in the year 1794; and was made commander in 1797, and actively employed in the North Sea and West Indies in 1801, including the expedition to the Holder, and was made post in 1801, and commanded the Dictator of 64 guns in the English Channel. - Hampshire Advertiser."
24 May 1841, page 7
Deaths. “At Wickham, in the 74th year of her age, Johenne, relict of the late Captain Pitt Burnaby Greene, R.N.” [Johanna Tinling].
27 Aug 1841, page 8
Marriages. “At All Saints, Southampton, by the Rev. John Shadwell, M.A., the Rev. E. Douglas Tinling, M.A., student of Christ Church, Oxford, son of the late Rear-Admiral Tinling, to Catherine Maria, daughter of Charles A. Elton, Esq. and granddaughter of Sir A. Elton, Bart., Cleveland-court, Somerset."
11 Nov 1842, page 7
A marriage was performed by the Rev. S. H. Widdrington, rector of Walcot.
26 Apr 1844, page 7
A marriage was performed on the 23rd by the Rev. Sidney Widdrington, rector at Walcot, Bath.
23 May 1844, page 7
Marriages. "On the 21st inst., at Banstead, Surrey, by the Rev. Charles Crawford, Edward Burnaby Tinling, Esq., Captain in the Royal Navy, to Mary Ann, daughter of the late Francis Brace, Esq., and niece of the late Vice-Admiral Sir Edward Brace, K.C.B., Commander-in-Chief at the Nore."
4 Dec 1844, page 7
Deaths. “At Staverton-court, county of Gloucester, on a visit to her son, on the 29th ult., aged 91, Augusta, relict of the late William St. Clair, Esq. of Skedaway, Fifeshire, and Colonel of Her Majesty’s 25th Regiment or Royal Borderers”.
13 May 1846, supplement page 9
Marriages. “On the 9th inst., at Walcot Church, by the Rev. Sidney H. Widdrington, rector of Walcot, Edwin T. Caulfield, of Raheenduff, in the Queen’s County, Ireland, Esq., to Alicia Almeria, youngest daughter of General Sir David Latimer Finling [sic] Widdrington, K.C.H., &c., and widow of Henry Pooley, Esq., late Captain R.E.”
6 May 1847 – 17 May 1847
Birth notice for George Vaughan Tinling not found.
10 Jan 1848, page 7
Deaths. "At her son's residence, 18, Chapel-street, Grosvenor-square, Mary Ann, relict of Major-General Tinling, from the Grenadier Guards."
5 Feb 1848, supplement page 1
Deaths. “On the 4th inst., at her residence, Albion-street, Hyde-park, Augusta St. Clair, daughter of the late William St. Clair, Esq., of Shedoway, Fifeshire, and sister of the late Major-General St. Clair, C.B., K.H., &c.” [Daughter of Augusta Tinling.]
21 Feb 1848, sup. page 9
Deaths. "On the 17th inst., at Exeter, at the house of her son, the Rev. E. Douglas Tinling, Sarah, widow of the late Rear-Admiral Tinling, of Southampton."
3rd quarter 1849
Birth notice for Julia Jane Tinling not found.
10 Apr 1850, sup. page 1
Deaths. "On the 7th inst., at his residence, No. 18, Chapel-street, Grosvenor-square, in the 52nd year of his age, Lieutenant-Colonel Tinling, late of the Grenadier Guards, only son of the late Major-General Tinling, from the same regiment."
20 Nov 1850
Marriages. "On Tuesday, the 19th inst. At St. Mary's Chapel, by the Rev. J. Mahe and afterwards at Trinity Church, Chelsea, by the Rev. George Rivers Hunter, rector of Okeford Pitzpaine, Dorset, Charles William Francis Tinling, Esq., only child of Charles S. Tinling, of Ashwell, in the county of Herts, and Hessett, in the county of Suffolk, Esq. to Maria Lucinda, eldest daughter of F.W. Slade, of 18 Lowndes-square, Esq., and niece of the Right Hon. Lord Vaux, of Harrowden."
21 May 1853, pg. 9
Births. “On the 16th inst., at Cossington, Somersetshire, the wife of Charles W. F. Tinling, Esq., prematurely, of a daughter, which survived its birth only two hours.”
4 Dec 1854, page 1
Deaths. "On the 5th ult., killed at the battle of Inkermann, Lieut. George C. Widdrington Curtois, 63d Regiment, eldest son of the late Rev. Dr. Curtois, Chaplain to the Forces, and grandson of the late Lieut.-Gen. Sir David Latimer Tinling Widdrington, K.C.H."
3 Jan 1855, page 1
Births. "On the 29th ult., at the residence of her father, 18, Lowndes-square, the wife of Charles Tinling, of Cossington, Somerset, Esq., of a son, which survived its birth but a few hours."
26 Jun 1855, page 1
A marriage was performed by the “Rev. J. H. Widdrington” in Walcot, Bath.
10 Jul 1855, page 1
A marriage was performed on the 10 Jul 1855 by Rev. S. H. Widdrington, at Walcot Church, Bath.
12 Oct 1857, page 1
Deaths. "On the 8th inst., at Belmont House, Sidmouth, to the great regret of her afflicted family and friends, Mary Susan, the beloved and affectionate wife of Charles S. Tinling, Esq. of Ashwell, Herts, and only surviving daughter and co-heiress of the late Michael Leheup, Esq., of Hessett, Suffolk, and Ashwell, Herts."
1st quarter 1859
Death notice for Augusta Amelia Lys. Tinling not found.
8 Jul 1860, page 1
Marriages. “On the 3d inst., at the parish church, Clifton, by the Rev. R. V. Law, the Rev. Charles Edward Jenkins, M.A., Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge, and Chaplain of the Chapel Royal, Brussels, to Meliora Georgina, only daughter of the late Lieut-Colonel Tinling, of the Grenadier Guards.”
23 Oct 1860, page 1
Deaths. “On the 13th inst., at No. 19 Lansdown-terrace, Cheltenham, after a painful and protracted illness, Jane, daughter of the late John Tinling, Esq., of Fareham, Hants.”
26 Oct 1860, page 1
Marriages. "On the 25th inst., at St. James's, Piccadilly, Charles S. Tinling, Esq., of Ashwell, Herts, and Hessett, Suffolk, eldest son of the late Admiral Tinling, to Eliza, second daughter of General Connolly, Royal Marines Light Infantry, King's-terrace, Southsea, Hants."
13 Nov 1860, page 1
Deaths. “On the 8th inst., Adolphus Latimer Widdrington, Esq., late Captain 73d Regiment, youngest son of the late Lieut.-General Sir David Latimer Tinling Widdrington, K.C.H., age 59”.
23 Sep 1861, page 1
Deaths. “On the 8th inst., at Brighton, at an advanced age, Eliza Clarke, of Belfield, County Westmeath, and 2, Spring gardens terrace, London, relict of the late George Clarke, of Hyde Hall, Cheshire, and daughter of General Rochfort, Royal Artillery, Woolwich, nephew of the second Earl of Belvidere [sic].” [Daughter also of Elizabeth Tinling].
23 Jan 1863, page 1
Deaths. “On the 8th inst., at Nice, in his 34th year, Lieut.-Colonel William P. Tinling, Major in H.M.’s 90th Light Infantry, and only son of the late Lieut.-Colonel Tinling, of the Grenadier Guards.”
22 Jul 1863, page 7
The Death of Lieutenant Tinling
26 Aug 1863, page 1
Marriages. "On the 24th inst. At Walcot Church, Bath, Sebastian W. Rawlins, Lieut., 8th Hussars, seventh son of the late Rev. H. W. Rawlins, rector of Fiddington and vicar of Kilton, Somerset, to Maria Augusta, eldest daughter of the Rev. E. Douglas Tinling, and granddaughter of the late Sir Charles Elton, Bart., of Clevedon Court, Somerset."
12 Feb 1864, page 6
The Death of Lieutenant Tinling
10 Mar 1864, page 1
Deaths. “On the 6th inst., at his residence, Hamilton Villa, Southsea, Major Charles H. L. Tinling, late of the 74th Highlanders.”
28 Jun 1864, page 1
Deaths. “On the 23rd inst., at Cheltenham, of bronchitis, Major GEORGE VAUGHAN TINLING, R.E.”
29 May 1869, page 1
Marriages. “On the 27th May, at St. Mark’s Church, Hamilton-terrace, by the Rev. S. H. Widdrington, M.A., vicar, and father of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. James Fleming, B.D., incumbent of Camden Church, Camberwell, ERNEST AUGUSTUS DUNDAS WIDDRINGTON, late Capt. 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers, to ELLEN ELIZA, third daughter of the late ROBERT SKEET, Esq., of Maida-hill. No cards.”
24 Sep 1869, page 1
Deaths. “On the 21st Sept., at Liverpool, Captain SIDNEY H. L. T. WIDDRINGTON, Adjutant of the 4th Lancashire Rifle Volunteers, and late Captain of the 2d Queen’s Royals, eldest son of the Rev. Sidney H. Widdrington, vicar of St. Mark’s, Hamilton-terrace, St. John’s-wood, aged 29.”
29 Sep 1870, page 1
Marriages. “On the 26th Sept., at St. Mark’s Church, Jersey, by the Rev. R. G. Handcock, assisted by the Rev. J. J. Balleion Sidney, L. T. WIDDRINGTON, Esq., only son of the late Capt. Widdrington, 73d Regt., to FLORENCE MARY, youngest daughter of HARMAN REID BOND, Esq., Surgeon-Major Indian Army.”
9 Jun 1871, page 1
Deaths. “On the 5th June, at No. 3, Moira-place, Southampton, AUGUSTA, widow of Major-General STANLEY BULLOCK, late of the Madras Cavalry, and daughter of the late Major Tinling.”
10 Aug 1871, page 1
Marriages. “On the 8th Aug., at St. Marylebone Church, by the Rev. Robinson Duckworth, vicar of St. Mark’s, Hamilton-terrace, REGINALD EDWARD CAULFIELD WIDDRINGTON, youngest son of the late Rev. Sidney Henry Widdrington, and grandson of the late General Sir David Latimer Tinling Widdrington, K. H., to LOUISA MARY, eldest daughter of GEORGE SIMS, Esq., of Dinmore House, Hamilton-terrace, N.W. No cards.”
8 Feb 1872, page 1
Marriages. "On the 6th inst., by special license, in Gloucester Cathedral, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Gloucester and the Rev. Canon Tinling, John D. Sedding, Esq., to Rose Catharine, second daughter of the Rev. Canon Tinling."
1 Oct - 31 Dec 1872
Birth notice for Charles Paul Tinling not found.
17 Mar 1874
Marriage notice for John Isaac Tinling not found.
29 Jun 1874, page 1
Deaths. "On the 26th inst., very suddenly, of bronchitis, Norah Maria, the beloved child of the Rev. Canon Tinling, aged 12 years."
12 Apr 1875
"Death of Lady Chelmsford. - We regret to announce the death of Lady Chelmsford, which occurred on Friday night at the family residence in Eaton square. Lady Chelmsford had been in a precarious state for many months, her malady occasionally fluctuating. Lord Chelmsford, who had been visiting his son, the Hon. Colonel Thesiger, in Ireland, only returned to town on Tuesday last. The deceased Anna Maria, Lady Chelmsford, youngest daughter of Mr. William Tinling, of Southampton, married on the 9th of March, 1822, Lord Chelmsford, by whom her Ladyship leaves surviving Colonel Hon. F.A. Thesiger, C.B., Aide de Camp to the Queen, Lieutenant-Colonel Hon. C. Wemyss Thesiger, 6th Dragoons; Hon. A.H. Thesiger, Q.C.; and Hon. Edward P. Thesiger, clerk in the House of Lords; and three daughters, Hon. Augusta, married to Mr. W. Higgind; Hon. Julia Selina, Lady Inglis, widow of Major-General Sir J. Eardley Wilmot Inglis, K.C.B., the gallant defender of the Residency at Lucknow; and Hon. Mary, unmarried."
6 May 1875, page 1
Deaths. “On the 3d inst., at Cricklewood, N.W., ELLEN ELIZA, the beloved wife of ERNEST A. D. WIDDRINGTON, late Capt. 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers, and third daughter of the late Robert Skeet, Esq. of Maida-vale, deeply regretted by all who knew her.”
4 Jul 1876, page 1
Deaths. “On the 3rd inst., at 18 Cranley-place, Onslow-square, Catherine Maria, wife of the Rev. Edward Douglas Tinling, Canon of Gloucester, and H.M. Inspector of Schools, and daughter of the late Sir Charles A. Elton, Bart., of Clevedon Court, Somerset."
22 Feb 1877, page 1
Deaths. “On the 18th Feb., at 11, Powis-square, Brighton, CHARLOTTE PHIPPS WIDDRINGTON, widow of the late Capt. Adolphus Latimer Tinling Widdrington, 73d regiment, and daughter of the late Rear Admiral Charles S. Tinling.”
30 Apr 1877, page 1
Marriages. "On the 26th April, at Lympstone, Devon, by the Rev. G. Watson, Edward Brace Tingling, Lieut. R.N., youngest son of the late Major Charles Tingling, 74th Highlanders, to Elizabeth Campbell (Lilla), eldest daughter of the late Capt. J.J. Pollexfen, Bombay Army."
7 Oct 1878, page 6 (and several succeeding articles)
[Summary of lengthy articles] Lord Chelmsford died 5 Oct 1878 at his residence, No. 7, Eaton-square, London, age 85. He was born in London on 15 Jul 1794, son of Charles Thesiger. He was buried in the family vault in Brompton Cemetery, next to his wife (Anna Maria Tinling).
16 Mar – 15 Jul 1879
Death notice for Charles Stubbs Tinling not found.
29 Apr 1880, page 1
Marriages. "On the 27th April, by special license, in Gloucester Cathedral, the Rev. Robert Grey Scurfield, youngest son of G.I. Scurfield, Esq., Hurworth-upon-Tees, to Alice Mary, third daughter of the Rev. E. Douglas Tinling, Canon of Gloucester."
1 Sep 1880, page 1
Deaths. “On the 29th Aug., at Holcombe Cottage, Minchinhampton, of rapid consumption, four months after his marriage, the Rev. Robert Grey Scurfield, Vicar of Frocester, younger son of G.T. Scurfield, Esq., Hurworth-upon-Tees, aged 36.” [Husband of Alice Mary Tinling].
14 Dec 1880, page 1
Deaths. "On the 13th at Pau, the Rev. George Douglas Tinling, late Vicar of St. Clementia, Bournemouth, elder son of the Rev. E. Douglas Tinling, Canon of Gloucester, aged 36."
28 Feb 1881, page 1
Deaths. “On the 24th Feb., at Beckford House, Bath, EDWIN T. CAULFIELD, of Raheenduffe, in the Queen’s County, Ireland, Esq., Commander, R.N., aged 83 years.” [Husband of Alicia Almeria Widdrington].
18 Jun 1881, page 1
Marriages. “On the 16th inst. At All Saints Church, Upper Norwood, by the Rev. Canon Wilkinson, brother of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Canon Tinling, cousin of the bridegroom, ERNEST AUGUSTUS DUNDAS WIDDRINGTON, late Capt. 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers, to MARY, only daughter of the late GEORGE WILKINSON, Esq., of Oswald House, Durham.”
29 Dec 1882, page 1 and 30 Dec 1882, page 1
Deaths. “On the 27th inst., at Beckford House, Bath, Alicia Almeria, widow of Edwin T. Caulfield, Esq. of Raheenduffe, Queen’s County, Ireland, and youngest daughter of Lieut.-General Sir David Latimer Tinling Widdrington, K.C.H., aged 77.”
29 Jun 1885, page 1
Marriages. “On the 25th inst., at Holy Trinity Church, Bournemouth, by the Rev. Maurice A. Smelt, RICHARD CHAMBERS, of the Inner Temple, late Captain in the 9th Lancers (Queen’s Royal) to ROSE ELEANOR, daughter of the late MAJOR GEORGE V. TINLING, Royal Engineers.”
21 Aug 1885, page 1
Deaths. "On the 16th inst., at Bath, Charles William Francis Tinling, only son of the late Charles Stubbs Tinling, Esq."
10 Nov 1885, page 1
Deaths. “On the 7th inst., at Hauxley, Merden, ERNEST A. D. WIDDRINGTON, late Capt. 87th R. Irish Fusiliers, eldest surviving son of the late Rev. S. H. Widdrington, Rector of Walcot, Bath, aged 43.”
6 Apr 1886, page 1
Deaths. "On the 1st April, at her residence, 12, Clarendon-road, Southsea, Frances Wentworth Tinling, widow of the late Major Charles Hugh Lyle Tinling, formerly H.M., 74th Highlanders, and daughter of the late Major-General Isaac Tinling."
11 Jan 1887, page 1
Deaths. “On the 7th Jan., at Brussels, MELIORA, widow of the late LIEUTENANT-COLONEL W. F. TINLING, formerly of the Grenadier Guards, age 76.”
22 Feb 1889, page 1
Marriages. “On the 19th Jan., at St. Mary’s, Johannesburg, Transvaal Gold Fields, by the Rev. John T. Darragh, B.D., JOHN PARR TINLING, son of the Rev. E. D. Tinling, M. A., Canon of Gloucester Cathedral, to REBECCA (DAISY), daughter of J. C. H. BOURHILL, Esq., of De Beer’s Kimberley.”
9 Apr 1891, page 1
Deaths. "On Tuesday, the 7th April, at Winsford Vicarage, Somerset, after a few days' illness, John D. Sedding, Esq., Architect, of 447, Oxford Street, London, and of the Croft, West Wickham, Kent. RIP" [Husband of Rose Catharine Tinling].
17 Apr 1891, page 1
Deaths. "On the 15th April, at Dulverton, Somerset, after a few days' illness, and within a week of her husband's death, Rose Catharine, wife of John D. Sedding, Architect, The Croft, West Wickham, Kent, and second daughter of the Rev. E. Douglas Tinling, Canon of Gloucester."
14 Apr 1893, page 1
Deaths. “On the 12th inst., at Ashleigh, Upper Beulah hill, Upper Norwood, HARRIET WIDDRINGTON, widow of the late Rev. Sidney Henry Widdrington, aged 77.”
7 Jan 1895, page 1
Births. “TINLING – On the 14th Dec. 1894, at Doornfontein, Johannesburg, South African Republic, the wife of JOHN PARR TINLING, of a son.”
9 Apr 1896, page 1
Marriages. “WIDDRINGTON:WELCH. – On the 7th ult., at Winchfield, Hants., SIDNEY HENRY, son of R. WIDDRINGTON, Esq., to BLANCHE, daughter of H. WELCH, Esq.”
2 Jun 1897, page 1
Marriages. “WIDDRINGTON:STACY – On the 29th May, at All Saints’, Clifton, by the Rev. A. Leslie Lilley, assisted by the Revs. C.L. Marson and H.B. Bromby, Vicar of All Saints’, PERCY ELBOROUGH TINLING WIDDRINGTON, B.A., St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, eldest son of Sidney Latimer Tinling Widdrington, H.M. Inspector of Customs, Liverpool, to ENID STACY, B.A., eldest daughter of Henry R. Stacy, 18, Cotham-road, Bristol.”
4 Dec 1897, page 1
Deaths. "The death is announced, at the age of 82, of the Rev. Edward Douglas Tinling, senior canon residentiary of Gloucester Cathedral. The death took place at Biarritz on Thursday, and was due to angina pectoris. Canon Tinling was appointed Canon in 1867. He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, and was ordained deacon in 1838, and priest in the following year. He was one of her Majesty's inspectors of schools from 1847 to 1881, and was appointed prebendary of Easton-in-Gordano, in Wells Cathedral, in 1863. Canon Tinling was at one time curate to the Rev. Sydney Smith, canon of St. Paul's. He had been in indifferent health for the past two years, but to the last he took the greatest interest in all matters relating to Gloucester Cathedral. He married a sister of the late Sir A.H. Elton, of Clevedon-court, and leaves one son and four daughters."
18 Mar 1899, page 1
Deaths. “WIDDRINGTON. – On the 16th inst., at 9, Inglis-Road, Ealing, REGINALD EDWARD CAULFIELD WIDDRINGTON, youngest son of the late the Revnd. Sidney Widdrington, formerly Vicar of St. Mark’s, Hamilton-terrace, and St. Michael’s, Coventry.”
28 Mar 1900, page 1
Births. “TINLING.—On the 24th March, at Holywell, Cliff-road, Eastbourne, the wife of JAMES A. TINLING, of a son.”
7 Sep 1900, page 7
Wills. “Mr. CHARLES TINGLING [sic], of Seaforth, Lancaster, left property of the value of £28,620 17s 7d. He bequeathed £1,000 each to the Liverpool City Mission and the Scripture Readers’ Society.”
Oct 1900 - 13 Jan 1901
Marriage notice for Charles Paul Tinling not found.
11 Dec 1900, page 14
The very strange case of Charles Evelyn Tinling.
1st quarter 1901
Death notice for Charles Evelyn Tinling not found.
Death notice for Isabella Jane Tinling not found.
4 Mar 1902, page 1
Deaths. "TINLING - On the 1st March, 1902, at the Cottage, Littledownroad, Bournemouth, of influenza, Eleanor, widow of the late George Vaughan Tinling, Major, Royal Engineers, in her 91st year."
14 Aug 1902, page 1
Deaths. “WIDDRINGTON – On the 10th Aug., at Wareham, Dorset, accidentally, SIDNEY HENRY, aged 27, only son of the late REGINALD E.C. WIDDERINGTON and Louisa Widdrington, of 9, Inglis-road, Ealing, and grandson of the late Sidney Henry Widdrington, formerly Vicar of St. Mark’s, Hamilton-terrace.”
28 Apr 1903, page 1
Births. "TINLING - On the 20th inst., at Holywell, Eastbourne, wife of James A. Tinling, of a son."
30 Apr 1903, page 1
Marriages. “TAYLOR-WIDDRINGTON – On the 28th April, at St. Mary Abbots, by the Rev. Canon Pennefather, Vicar of Kensington, REID TAYLOR, of Montreal, to EDITH MAUD CONSTANCE, daughter of the late CAPT. WIDDRINGTON, 87th Regiment.”
3rd quarter 1904
Birth notice for Gladys Mary Tinling not found.
5 Jan 1907, page 5
"Commander Edward Brace Tinling, who died on December 23 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, entered the Navy in 1863, and retired in 1881. While lieutenant in the Assistance in 1878 [?] he was awarded the Royal Humane Society's medal, besides a special vote of thanks from the Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society, for jumping overboard and attempting to save a woman's life in the Mersey. After his retirement he settled in Manitoba, and five years ago he was appointed examiner of masters and mates at Winnipeg under the Canadian Marine and Fisheries Department. A year later, however, he was transferred to Halifax, in succession to Captain Smith, R.N.R."
1 Mar 1908 – 15 Jul 1908
Marriage notice for John Allen H.L. Tinling not found.
11 Apr 1908, page 1
Deaths. “BROWNE. – On the 9th April, of heart failure after operation, OSWALD AUCHINLECH BROWNE, M.D., F.R.C.S., of 7, Upper Wimpole-street, W. R.I.P.” [Husband of Alice Mary Tinling].
19 Jul 1909, page 1
Deaths. “BROWNE. – On the 17th inst., ALICE MARY, wife of the late OSWALD A. BROWNE, M.D., F.R.C.P., widow of the late Revd. Robert Grey Scurfield, and third daughter of the late Revd. E. D. Tinling, H.M.I., Canon of Gloucester. R.I.P.”
6 Apr 1910, page 1
Deaths. “TINLING – On the 4th April, at The Red Cottage, Shere, Guildford, BEATRICE KATHARINE, fifth daughter of the late REVD. E. DOUGLAS TINLING, Canon of Gloucester and H.M. Inspector of Schools.”
25 Jun 1910, page 1
Births. “TINLING. – On the 23rd June, at Holywell, Eastbourne, the wife of JAMES A. TINLING, of a son.”
20 May 1914, page 1
Deaths. “TINLING. – On the 17th inst., at Boscombe, MARIA LUCINDA, widow of CHARLES TINLING, Esq., in her 85th year. R.I.P.”
21 Sep 1915, page 5
“TREATING A FRIEND: £14 FINES. At gateshead yesterday, PETER BLAYLOCK was fined 40s. for having treated a friend, George Howitt, to a glass of beer at a local hotel, contrary to the new control order. Hewitt was fined 40s. for having drunk the beer. Humphrey Tinling, licence holder, and Blackhouse McVittie, manager, were each fined £5, the former for having allowed the supply, and the latter for having supplied the beer.”
12 Apr 1916, page 3
”James Alexander Tinling, of Great Winchester-street, E.C., adjudged bankrupt on March 30th 1916. Gross liabilities of £9,145, 4s., estimated deficiency in assets of £1,732, 13s, 4d. He was admitted a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in 1903. He was involved in the failure of a company called the “Anglo-German Exhibitions” formed in 1913 to hold an exhibition at the Crystal Palace. The Germans boycotted the company and it failed.”
3rd quarter 1916
Marriage notice for Dorothy E. Tinling not found.
11 Oct 1917, page 1
Killed in Action. “TINLING. – Killed in action on the 4th Oct., 1917, CAPTAIN GEORGE EVELYN TINLING, East Lancashire Regiment, dearly beloved son of C. W. Tinling, Esq., of Montreal, Canada.”
22 Dec 1923, page 1
Deaths. “WIDDRINGTON. – On the 19th Dec., at 20, Goldstone-villas, Hove, ALICIA ASHLEY WIDDRINGTON, aged 84 years. R. I. P.”
4th quarter 1924
Death notice for Mary A. Tinling not found.
3 May 1926, pg. 1
Deaths. “RAWLINS. – On the 29th April, 1926, at 19, Hughendon-Road, Clifton, Bristol, MARIA AUGUSTA, wife of the late COLONEL S. W. RAWLINS, 2nd Welsh Regt. and 41st Regimental District, and daughter of the late Revd. E.D. Tinling, Canon of Gloucester, in her 83rd year. No flowers.”
1 Mar - 16 Apr 1928
Death notice for Charles Paul Tinling not found. Will (16 Apr 1928, page 21)- "Tinling, Mr. Charles Paul, of Ranmore, Beer, Devon, Congregational pastor (net personalty £4,757)."
2 Dec 1929, page 1
Deaths. “TINLING. – On Nov. 28, 1929, at 25, Clarendon-road, Southsea, ANNE ELIZABETH EDMONDSON, widow of MAJOR JOHN ISAAC TINLING, Indian Army.”
4th quarter 1929
Marriage notice for James A. Tinling not found.
17 Dec 1932, page 1
Deaths. “CHAMBERS. – On Dec. 15, 1932, at 18, Lansdown Terrace, Cheltenham, ROSE ELEANOR, widow of CAPTAIN R. CHAMBERS. Funeral to-day (Saturday), 12.30.”
19 Jan 1933, page 1
Deaths. “TINLING. – On Jan. 17, 1933, at Ealing, the REV. JAMES F. B. TINLING, M. A., aged 91 years.”
11 Sep 1933, page 7
News In Brief. “At the Bond Street Baths, Newcastle, on Saturday, Thomas Tinling, of Hugh Gardens, Newcastle, collapsed after being in the water 10 minutes, and died.”
8 Mar 1934, page 1
Deaths. “PLENEUF. – On March 4, 1934, at Blue Sisters Hospital, Malta, SHERARD JOHN OTWAY POLE-SHERARD-CUFFE, DUC DE PLENEUF, aged 52.” [Husband of Edith Maud Constance Widdrington].
3 Nov 1938, page 1
Deaths. “TINLING. – On Oct. 30, 1938, CHRISTINA ISABELLA TINLING, of 6, King’s Avenue, Ealing, W., loved and honoured for herself and work in both hemispheres. Service Haven Green Church, Ealing, to-day (Thursday) at 2 o’clock.”
9 Jan 1939
"Miss Christina Isabella Tinling, of Ealing, died on October 30, leaving property of the gross value of £8,276, with net personalty £8,211. She left £400 to the China Inland Mission, £100 to the World's Women's Christian Temperance Union, £500 to the United Society for Christian Literature to augment the Tinling Fund, £100 to the Baptist Missionary Society for its work in the Congo, £100 to the Baptist Missionary Society for its work in the Lushai Hills."
23 Jan 1939, page 1
Deaths. “TINLING. – On Jan 22, 1939, in London, RHODA H. TINLING, last surviving daughter of the late Rev. E. D. Tinling, Canon of Gloucester, aged 84.”
2 Sep 1939, page 13
Forthcoming Marriages. “THE REV. F. N. DAVEY AND MISS WIDDRINGTON. A marriage has been arranged, and will shortly take place, between the Rev. Francis Noel Davey, Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, son of the late Edward O. Davey and of Mrs. Davey, of Great Dunmow, and Grizelle Margaret Tinling, elder daughter of the Rev. P. E. T. and Mrs. Widdrington, The Rectory, Great Easton, Essex.”
30 Dec 1939, page 1
Marriages. “TINLING : EDOLS. – On Friday, Dec. 22, 1939, at St. George’s, Hanover Square, JAMES COLLINGWOOD, eldest son of MR. JAMES ALEXANDER TINLING, and of the late Mrs. Tinling to EILEEN NANCY, second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES HEDLEY EDOLS.”
22 Oct 1940, page 1
Marriages. “WIDDRINGTON:SANDS. – On Oct. 16, 1940, at Great Easton, C. S. T. (“PADDY”), son of CANON and HELEN WIDDRINGTON, to FELICITY, daughter of EDWIN OSSITER and Mrs. SANDS, of Perth, Australia, (Australian papers, please copy.)”
3 Mar 1941, page 1
Deaths. “TINLING. – On March 1, 1941, at Wavertree, Sidford, Sidmouth, ISABEL, widow of the REV. C. P. TINLING, and beloved sister of Elise Josephine and Douglas Staveley. Cremation at Bournemouth, March 5, 2 p.m. No flowers.”
4 May 1944, page 1
Marriages. “HILL:WIDDRINGTON. – On April 26, 1944, at S. Matthew’s, Bayswater, CAPTAIN LANDON P. HILL, U.S. Army, to ZITA MARIA TINLING, younger daughter of CANON and Mrs. WIDDRINGTON.”
2 Jan 1945, page 1
Births. “WIDDRINGTON. – On Dec. 12, 1944 to FELICITY (SANDS), wife of C. S. T. WIDDRINGTON, The South Staffordshire Regt. – a son. (W. Australian papers, please copy).”
1 Oct 1954, page 1
Deaths. “CHANNER. – On Sept. 28, 1954, peacefully at Bath, HILDA LOUISE ELTON (neé Widdrington), dearly loved wife of COLONEL B. G. CHANNER, Daubeney House, Rode, Bath, and devoted mother of Jean Sheridan. Funeral private.”
14 Feb 1959, page 1
Deaths. “WIDDRINGTON – On February 13, 1959, CANON PERCY ELBOROUGH TINLING WIDDRINGTON, D.D., in his 86th year. Requiem at 8 a.m., and funeral service at 2:15 p.m., Wednesday, February 18, at Great Easton, Essex.”
9 Sep 1961, page 10
Forthcoming Marriages. “MR. C. TAYLOR AND MISS H. TINLING. The engagement is announced between Cavan, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Taylor, of Hill Top, Cobham, Surrey, and Helen, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Tinling, of Seven Trees, Cobham, Surrey.”
30 Nov 1967, page 12
Forthcoming Marriages. “THE REV. R. M. C. JEFFERY AND MISS R. M. TINLING. The engagement is announced between Robert, son of Mr. And Mrs. N. C. Jeffery, of Borth-y-Gest, Caernarvonshire, and Ruth, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Tinling, of Cobham, Surrey.”