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Birmingham brass-founder:
Brass Candlestick Maker, Bell Founder, Cock Founder (brass taps, stopcocks etc).

Business variously at 39-40 and 41 Gt Hampton St.

Brass Founding was invented in Birmingham in the 1820s! 
Fiddian, William Gentleman (I37)
 
2 !835-1876 the first Master of the Slaithwaite National School Mellor, John (I155)
 
3 "Little Aunt" Roberts, Jane (I138)
 
4 'Fiddian' ring and tail tap connections were still on sale in Australia in 1945, over 100 years after the Fiddian Brass founding business was sold to James Barwell who kept the 'Fiddian' trademark. In the 1910s there were also several ads for Fiddian Brassware arriving in Australia by the barrel load from England. Fiddian, William Gentleman (I37)
 
5 1) Married cousin Elizabeth Pollard
2) Married heiress of James Parkinson of Horton 
Brooksbank, Gilbert (I461)
 
6 27 Jul 1911
She requested restitution of her conjugal rights and the judge ordered him to return home and render her conjugal rights within 14 days. He refused and continued to live apart in London. WRCR 13 Nov 1911. She received 3000 pa plus Southfield House.

14 Mar 1912
She applied for dissolution of marriage by reason of adultery (with Florence Lucas) coupled with desertion having failed to comply with previous decree. Decree nisi 1 Jul 1912 and final decree 13 Jan 1913. Similar terms were applied. 
Family F3563
 
7 A Breton captive who became his concubine.  Family F2155
 
8 A Solicitor, he had suffered from a long, lingering illness.  Howell, Morris Esq (I9058)
 
9 Aboard the SS City of Paris sailing out of Port Said the ship was torpedoed and sunk off the Gulf of Lion. Moulton, his friend Dr J Rendel Harris and several others managed to escape in a lifeboat, but James died aged 53 on the third of the four days it took the boat to reach Corsica. He was buried at sea on 9 April.  Moulton, Rev Prof Dr James Hope Fiddian D Litt (I1048)
 
10 Actually only his birth was registered in the Baptist records as he was too young to be baptised. Fiddian, Rev Samuel Gentleman (I17)
 
11 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. White, Jimmy (I5180)
 
12 Affidavit confirmed (for burial in woollen). Goddard, Roger (I10801)
 
13 AKA Edward of Shipley Brooksbank, Edward (I377)
 
14 Alice does not appear to be a relative, or at least a close one (the surname was very common in Oldham). Family F3463
 
15 Along with his brother, he died at the Siege of Acre. de Ferrers, Lord Walkelin Lord of Egginton (I3885)
 
16 Also baptised at City Road Wesleyan Chapel, Finsbury, London on 19 Feb 1816. Buckley, William Marcus (I8502)
 
17 Also baptised at the Bowling Ebenezer Chapel (Primitive Methodist), Dudley Hill. Blackstone, Wilson (I9006)
 
18 Also baptised at the City Road Wesleyan Chapel, Finsbury, London on 19 Feb 1816. Buckley, John Mark (I8503)
 
19 Also baptised at the City Road Wesleyan Chapel, Finsbury, London on 19 Feb 1816.  Buckley, Catharine (I8504)
 
20 Also baptised on 26 Jun 1825 at the Jerusalem Temple, Salford as a New Jerusalemite. Bancroft, John (I8531)
 
21 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. (Fiddian or) Fordham, Amy Charlotte (I7395)
 
22 Although the RAF was formed on 1 Apr 1918 Army ranks were still used until 1 Aug 1919. Hunter, Alfred James (I8199)
 
23 An alternative view is that he was a Breton, from St Donan in Brittany with possible Cornish ancestry. de Swynnerton, Alan (I4437)
 
24 An Anglican burial. Herbert, Thomas (I8900)
 
25 As daughter of Sir Allen Cotton she was referred to as Martha Mestres Cotton. He was a Gentleman, and also a Draper and a Freeman of the City of London. Family F3699
 
26 At some point he deserted Emma Louisa and as he remarried in 1862 they were presumably divorced.  Family F3360
 
27 Baptised by the Rev James Buckley, her uncle. Buckley, Jane (I8529)
 
28 Baptism was also registered at the Paternoster Row Wesleyan Methodist Registry in London. Fiddian, Mary Paull (I25)
 
29 Baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Clarke, Benjamin Thomas (I3477)
 
30 Base born. Matthews, James (I9639)
 
31 Base born. Puzey, Ann (I9419)
 
32 Base born? Clarke, Charles (I9580)
 
33 Base Born? Knott, Elizabeth (I9535)
 
34 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Fiddian, Nicolette Elizabeth Leaford (I745)
 
35 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Blyth, Hallie Rose (I532)
 
36 Born late 1670? Entries missing from Parish Register Brooksbank, William Yeoman (I262)
 
37 Born only one month after his parents married. White, Robert (I1679)
 
38 Born Pryse Pryse Loveden, he was the grandson of Margaret Pryse who had inherited the family estates. He dropped the surname Loveden when the Pryse Baronetcy was revived in 1866.  Pryse, Sir Pryse 1st Baronet of Gogardden, MP (I9052)
 
39 Born six months after the wedding, so might explain why christening was in neighbouring village.  White, Hannah Wright (I6584)
 
40 Both of them had been married before. Family F3501
 
41 Buried alongside her son, so probably died in childbirth.  Rachel (I10204)
 
42 Buried in woollen. Pitcher, Alice (I9557)
 
43 Buried in woollen. Puzey, Thomas (I10643)
 
44 Buried in woollen; so an affidavit must have been obtained and an entry put on the burial record, or a 5 fee would have been paid.  Phoenix, John (I9556)
 
45 Buried with his older brother Richard. Pope, John (I9836)
 
46 Claude filed for divorce citing Lily's adultery with Samuel J Leake. However, it appears that this may have been contrived and both parties wanted to divorce. Following the divorce Claude married again in July 1937 to Lucy Lofthouse and Lily married Samuel Leake in March 1938. Family F3487
 
47 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cornish, Roger Anthony (I6751)
 
48 Descendant of William the Conqueror Coke, Celia Dorothy (I1378)
 
49 Described as a Gent living at Magdeburgh place. Fiddian, Charles Gentleman (I520)
 
50 Died during the Third Crusade at the Seige of Acre, Jerusalem.  de Ferrers, Lord William 3rd Earl of Derby (I3881)
 

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