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Catholic IRecorfc Society 

Vol. XII 



THE Catholic Record Society was founded 
10 June, 1904, for printing Registers and other 
old Records of the Faith, chiefly personal 
and genealogical, since the Reformation in 
England and Wales. 



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CATHOLIC 
RECORD SOCIETY 



OBITUARIES 




LONDON 

1913 

PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY 

BY STROWGER & SON 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

I. OBITUARIES OF SECULAR PRIESTS, 1722-1783. From 
the Archives of the Old Brotherhood, formerly the 
Old Chapter of England. Contributed by the Rev. 
Raymund Stanfield ....... 1 

II. OBITUARIES FROM THE " LAITY S DIRECTORY," 1773- 

1839. Contributed by Joseph S. Hansom . . .16 

III. CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. Contributed by 

John Hobson Matthews ...... 232 

Introduction .... 232 

Monmouthshire .... 234 

Herefordshire .... 236 

Monmouthshire .... 238 

Herefordshire . . . 262 

Gloucestershire .... 266 

Hampshire .... 268 

Lincolnshire .... 269 

Yorkshire 269 

Middlesex 270 

Kent 271 

INDEX. Compiled and contributed by Mrs. T. E. Martin and 

Miss M. A. B. Martin . 273-336 



NO. I. 

OBITUARIES OF SECULAR PRIESTS, 1722-1783, &C. 
CONTRIBUTED BY THE EEV. KAYMUND STANFIELD. 

The obituary here printed belongs to the Old Brotherhood, formerly 
the Old Chapter of England. It seems to have been originally commenced 
as a private obituary, kept by a priest, recording the deaths of his Brethren 
and noting with one cross, that he had said the usual mass for the repose 
of his soul. The writer seems to have been a chapter man or capitular as 
he marks three crosses after the name of a member of the Chapter, which 
signifies that he had said three Masses for him : a custom which still sur 
vives in the Old Brotherhood, the heir of the Old English Chapter. 

There is quite enough internal evidence, with one explanation, to shew 
who was the writer during the first 39 years. In 1727, five years alter the 
commencement, he records the death of his cousin Christopher Tootel ; 
in 1733 of his cousin Ed. Melling ; in 1745 of his cousin John Melling. Mr. 
Gillow supplies (Oath. Rec. Soc. vi., 112 note) the required explanation that 
the Rev. John Shepherd was related to the Tootels and Mellings. The hand 
writing, allowing for circumstances of writing, and especially for the hand 
of a man ageing from 44 to 83, is sufficiently similar. When this handwriting 
ceases in 1761 the first death is that of Mr. Jn. Shepperd, the Dean of the 
Chapter. 

The Rev. William Walton, at the time Secretary of the Chapter, and 
later on Vic: Ap: of the Northern District, carries on the obituary from 
October 27th, 1761 until December 26th, 1779, and the next but one of the 
entries, after he ceased to write, records his own death, February 26th, 1780. 

The upper part of the early pages of the MS. is burnt away, and this 
is the cause of some few deficiencies. There are some slight corrections 
and emendations in Mr. Walton s handwriting in the earlier portion, and 
the MS. has also been in the hands of Dr. Kirk. Mr. Walton has written 
on the second page " This catalogue is but very imperfect, W. Walton." 

The MS. consists of 48 pages without numbers, which are here supplied 
in square brackets, the fragments pasted on page [1] being cuttings from an 
old paper cover. The size is 6 by 4J inches. It is newly bound up in half 
morocco with a number of other MSS. entitled " Obituary of Priests, Twy- 
ford School Rules, and others." 

R. STANFIELD. 



2 OBITUARIES OF SECULAR PRIESTS. 

Obit Frat : * 

[Page 1] 

[2] This Catalogue is but very imperfect. W. Walton, t 
[3] 1722 [The top is burnt, all legible being " Sep: "] 

Sep: ye 6 For M r Rich d Howard + 

Sep: ye 7 For M r Peter Lostock + 

Sep: ye 27 For M r Ed: Cuney + 

Oct r ye 1 For M r John Booth + 

Mar: 1723 For Mat: Berry + 

May 1723 Francis Thwaites + + + 

19 Bruno Anderton + 

Sep: 3 M r John Hill + 

Sep: 2 M r Christ 1 Jenkinson + 

Nov: 20 M r Ed Turberville + + + 

Jan: 172| M r Peter Dun + 

Aug: 13. 1724 M r Nicholas Loyd + 

Sep: 1. 1724 M r Bryan Kennet + 

1724 M r Thomas Liddel + 

Nov: 9. 1724 M r John Knaresbrough + 

18. 1724 M r Bryan Hinde. + 

[4] [burnt Pet]er Saltmarshe + 

Apr: 15. 1725 BP Witham J + 

July 17. 1725 M r Ed: Gilpin + 

Dec: 29. 1725 M r Will: Bernard + 

Mar: 19. 1725 6 M r Rich d Compton + 
May 24. 1726 died M r Fran: Hodgson 

June 3. 1726 died M r Richard Taylor alias Sherbourne + 

June 7. 1726 died M r Richard Gravener alias Talbot + 
July 2. For M r William Poulton who died June 25. 1726 + 
Sep: 12. For M r Ed: Hunt alias Colebeck died ye end of 

Aug: 1726 + 
Sep: 28. 1726 died M r Will: Thomson alias Bennet alias 

Temple + 

[5] April 25 [burnt] M r John Kendal alias Baine + 
Sep: 13. 1727 died near Windsor M r Samuel Goltier alias 

Phillips. + 

October 3. 1727 died M r Will: Grene + 

Oct r 30. 1727 died M r William Mair alias Hawarden + 

Novem r 18. 1727 died my cousin Christopher Tootel + + + 

D r Tho: Witham died Dec: 28 1727 + 

M r Bonavent re Codrington died Jan: 3 172J + 

M r Geo: Bostock died Dec: 28 1727 + 

f Now on fragments from old cover pasted on p. t. 

t All on p. 2. 

John Knaresborough made considerable collections for church history, 

which have been used by later writers. There is a discrepancy in the text 
data and that of his burial at St. Michael le Belfry, York, on 7th November 
(York. Par. Beg. Soc. xi., 239). 

JBp: George Witham, Vic: Ap: of the Midland District 1703-1715, and 
then transferred to the Northern District where he died. 



OBITUARIES OF SECULAR JPRIESTS 3 

M r John Blackbourn + 

M r Tho: Atkinson died Jan: 29, 172f + 

M r Francis Hall + 

[6] Tho: Bro[wn aljias Weatherby died the 14 of May 1728 + 

Mr Will: Barton died July 1728 + 

M r John Cardwell died Sep: 17. 1728 + 

M^ Geo: Bostock died Sep: 17. 1728 + 

M r WiU Martin died + + + 

M r Ferdinand Sylver + 

Mr Rt Warham died Jan: 23. 1728-9 + 

M r Jos : Martin died Mar: 7. 1729 + 

M r J. Medcalf died Mar: 28. 1729 + + + 

M r Lancelot Thymbleby died May 14. 1729 + 

M r Peter Curtis deid July 15. 1729 + 

M r John Girlington died Aug: 13 1729 + 

M r John Swerbrick died Sep: 15. 1729 + 

[7] M r Simon ~Ry [burnt, Ryder 1732 May 31 below by Walton] * 
M r J. Lomax + 

M r Tho: Adams [Jan: 29. 32/3 added later] + 

M r J. Hart + 

M r Tho: Bridgwood + 

M r J. Jackson alias White + 

M r Christ r Carbart died ye 12 of Nov: 1732 + 

M r Tho: Good died ye 3 d of Dec: 1732 + 

M r Ed: Kitchin died at Lisbon + 

M r Tho: Henson died Jan: 21. 1732-3 + 

M r Gerard Saltmarshe died Jan: 26 1732-3 + + + 

M r Towers died Feb: [13 above] 1722-3 
[8] [burnt, W m Errington died below by Walton] Feb: 12. 

1732-3. + 

M r J. Marah died ye 28 of Feb: 1732 + 

Cousin Ed: MeUing died Apr: 16. 1733 + 

Mr Will: Hunt died Apr: 6 1733 + 

[The following Thirteen lines, all crossed out and seeming to relate 

to personal relations or friends, are written upside down.] 
Feb: 26 1732-3 I am to say for Alice Melling Feb: 27 
For John Sudell Feb: 29 
For Peter Bolton Mar: 30 
For Peter Bolton Junior Apr: 1 
For Will & Eliz : Brand Apr: 4 
For Mary & Cath : Brand Apr: 6 
For Jane Shuttleworth Apr: 8 
For Eliz : Kighley Apr: 9 
For Tho : Wainsley Apr: 12 
For Will and Helen Boulton Apr: 13 
For Will Poulton Apr: 15 

aU Said. 
[9] [The MS. is here resumed the right way up.] 

The Dean of the Chapter; The M.S. is here partly burnt away. 



4 OBITUARIES OF SECULAR PRIESTS. 

M r Henry Allen died [burnt] + 

M r Francis Hodgson died Apr: 1733 

M r William Mare * drownd at York ye 30 June. 1733 + 

M r Henry Preston died ye 11 of July 1733. + + + 

M r John Harbert alias Vane died Oct r 22. 1733. + + + 

M r Tho: Mackworth died Jan: 11. 1733/4 + 

B. Giffard died Mar: 12 1733/4 t + 

M r Will: Moseley died going to Goa in ye Indies 1733 + 

Apr: 1734 died M* J. Wilkinson + 

M r Rich d Bartlett alias Martin died [M crossed out, Apr: 28 

above] at Beely [May crossed out] 1734 + 

[10] M r Fran: Dod died ye 12 of May 1734 + 

M r Geo: Collingwood died ye 31 of May 1734 + + + 

M r Christ r Witham died ye 5 of Sep: 1734 + + + 

Oct: 22. 1734 M r William Prichard died at Kentish town + 

Oct r 28. 1734 M r James Gant died in Lancashire + 

1724 M r Rich d Jameson [alias Seddon above] died in Lancashire + 
M r Geo: Ball died in Lancashire in Nov r 1734 + 

M r Peter Brailsford died at Hampton on ye 2 d of Dec: 1734 + 
M r James Griffith died at Longford Feb: 23. 1734/5 + 

[11] M r Nic: W T aldegrave died in Portugal Dec: 13. 1734 + 

M r Bernard Turner died at Arundel Mar: 2 [7 above 3]. 

173[4/5 made into 5] [June 5. 1735 says M r Hinde, 

by Kirk above] + 

Mr Ed: Perkinson died at Wycliffe on ye 7 of April 1735 + 

D r Ed: Howarden died in London Apr: 23. 1735 + + + 

M r Christ r Pigott died at Islington May 14. 1735 a Roman + + + 
M r Robert Jefferson died in Yorkshire May 25. 1735. + 

M r John Wolf alias Brown died [in Shropshire by Kirk] 

ye 15 June 1735. [Lisbonian by Kirk] + + + 

M r William [Thomas above by Kirk] Colvert died near Garstang 

in Lancashire July 14 [18 above]. 1735 + 

[12] M r [burnt, Rob : Lane alias Boze or Bowes below by Kirk] 

who lived at S r J. Webbs at Hathrop died at Bath 

on ye 15 of Dec: [January above] 1735. + 

M r Will: [Constantine above by Kirk] Jones died Dec: 31. 

1735 + 

Edward Barlow Feb: 1 st [entry interlined] 

Phillip Higkins dy d y e 20 of Feb: 1735/6 + 

M r Rob 1 Berry died at Winchester. Roman on ye 3 of 

Mar: 1735/6 

M r Will: Adison died in Yorkshire on ye 28 of Apr: 1736 + 

M r J n [Gunston alias above by Kirk] Sharp died in London 

on ye 24 of June 1736 Roman + 

M r Jos: Gildon died at Twiford on ye 26 of July 1736 Lisbonian + 
M r Charles Higgs died at M r Churches in Cornwall Sep: 24. 

1736. + 

*" Mr. William Mair[e] July 1 " 1733 buried at St. Michael le Belfry 
(York. Par. Reg. Soc. xi., 248). 

t Bishp Bonarenture Giffard, Vic. Ap. of the London District. 



OBITUARIES OF SECULAR PRIESTS 5 

M r Gregory [George above by Walton] Yaxley [alias Grange 

above by Walton] died December the 27 1736. + 

M r Henry Harnage died on the 7 of Jan: 1736/7 + + + 

M r J. Stanford died at Wingerworth on ye 27 of Jan: 

1736/7 + + + 

[13] M r Rob* Swerb [burnt] [Swerbrick below by Kirk] ye 

25 of Feb: 1736/7 + 

M r Geo: Laybourne died in Stafforshire on ye 24 of Jan: 

1736/7 + 

John Lord Rivers died at Liege [Sexlin above by Walton] on 

ye 26 of Feb: 1736/7 N. S. * + + + 

M r Tho: Townley died in Lancashire on ye 4 of March 

1736/7 + 

M r Regenald Williams dy d in Wales on ye 17 of Apr: 1737. + + + 
M r Char: Moore died in Yorkshire in 1737 + 

M r Ed: Jones President died at Lisbon on ye 28 of Dec: 1737. + 
M r Tobias Gibb[ons above] died in Yorkshire [Sep r 4 above] 
M r Jonas Bourne died in Yorkshire on ye 31 of May 1738 + 
Little M r Liddell died in London July ye 25. 1738 + 

M r John Elston alias Phillips died on ye 6 ot Feb. 1737/8 + 

M r Rob 1 Witham died at Doway on ye 18 of May 1738.t + + + 
[14] [burnt, only word visible being " Deceas d.] 
M r Tho: Brockholes died in Lancashire on ye 10 of Nov. 1738 + 
M r James Dod died at Twickenham on ye 8 th of Dec. 1738 + 

M r James Gorsuch died in Lancashire on ye 19 of 

Jan: 1738/9 + + + 

M r John Shuttleworth died in Nottinghamshire Jan: 29. 

1738/9 + 

D r John Ingleton died at Paris on ye 29 of Jan: 1739 N. S. + + + 
M r Nic: Laybonrne died in Cheshire ye 20 May 1739 + 

M r John Johnson died at Long Birch on ye 16 June 1739 

In Staffordshire + + + 

M r Ed: Molineux died at Moor Hall Lancashire on ye 20 

of Oct: 1739 + 

M r J. Martin alias Orrel died at Black Brook in Lancashire 

Nov: 14. 1739 + 

[15] Tho: Billinge [burnt] ye 9 of Jan: 1739/40 + 

Will m Crathorne alias Augustine Shepherd died at Hammer 
smith Mar: 11 1739/40 + -f + 
W m Maire died 23 of Feb: 1739/40 + 
M r Jos: Blacoe alias Walton died in Bedfordshire ye 2 d of 

Apr: 1740 + 

M r George Jakeman died on ye 17 of June 1740 in Stafford 
shire + 
M r Rob 1 Carnaby died at Durham on ye 2 d of October 

1740 + + + 

M r Christ 1 Higgms died in London Oct r 12. 1740 + 

* John Savage 5th and last Earl Rivers 
t President of Doway College. 



6 OBITUARIES OF SECULAR PRIESTS. 

M r Tho: Winkley died at Dunkirk Mar: 9 1740. N. St. + 

M r John Carr alias Dunn died on y e 29 of Jan: 1740-1 in 

Yorkshire + 

M r W m Hassall died at Burton upon Trent on ye 3 of May 

1741 + 

M r Ed: Hebb died in Sussex on ye of 1741 + 

M r Groves died at S 1 Lucar + 

[16] M r John Lodge died in Yorkshire on ye 26 of Mar: 1741 + 

So far M r Manley * 
M r Tho: Anderton died at Townley in Lancashire July 13. 

1741 + + + 

M r Laurence Green died in Paris July ye 16 1741 New Stile + 
M r Ant: Jackson died in Durham Aug: 24 1741. + 

So far to M r Manley * 

M r Geo: Slaughter died at Lisbon y e 10 of Sep: 1741 N. S. + 
M r Hugh Owen ded in Suffolk on ye 19 of Oct: 1741 + 

M r Tho: Roydon died in Westmoreland on ye 30 of October 

1741 + + + 
[17] M r Roger Trentham died at Rouen on ye 27 of Mar: 

N. S. 1742 + 

M r Francis Molins died in London on ye 20 of May 1742 + + + 
M r Bryan Tunstall died At York on ye 3 d of June 1742 + + + 
M r - - Winkley died in Lancashire on ye - - of - 1742 + 
M r Roger Brockholes died in Lancashire on y e 30 of Dec: 

1742 + 
M r Richard Bertwistle died at Claughton Hall in Lancashire 

on ye 26 of January 1742/3 + 

M r Henry Kenett died at M rs Cholmeleys at Bramsby in 

Yorkshire Feb: 6 1742/3 -f 

M r Hugh Tootel alias Dod t died at Harvington in Worcester 
shire on ye 27 of February 1742/3 + 
[18] M r Ralph Clayton died in London on y e 23 of March 

1742/3 + + + 

M r W m Briers alias Harryson died in Lancashire on ye 23 of 

Oct: 1741 + 

M r Charles Ingleby died in Yorkshire on ye 4 June 1743 + 

M r Matt: Bear died at Doway on the 2 d of Sep: 1743. N. S. + + + 
M r W m Gildon alias Byflett died in Dorcetshire on the 19 

of Oct: 1743 + 

M r Rich d Walmesley died at Showley in Lancashire 23 of 

Apr: 1744 
[19] M r Rich d Turner died at M r Hanfords at Woolershill on 

the 20 th of June 1744 + 

M r John Mathews alias Williams died at ye Lady Shrews- 

burys at Isleworth ye 8 of Sep: 1744 + 

M r Laurence Briers died in London on the 13 of November 

1744 + 

* Information by Mr. Manley. 

t This was the celebrated Church Historian known as Charles Dodd. 



OBITUARIES OF SECULAR PRIESTS. 7 

My cousin M r John Melling died at Louvaine on the 10 of 

May N. S. 1745 + 

M r Bernard Howard died at M r Phill: Howards Seat in 

Norfolk 27 May 1745 + + + 

M r Taverner died at Warkworth + 

[20] M r Hyde died at M r Williscots in Barkshire on ye + 

M r Hob* Hills alias Hyde died in Winchester on ye 15 of 

Jan: 1745/6 + 

M r Rob* Kendal died in Lancashire 19 of April 1746 + 

M r Tho s Howard died in Lancashire about ye midle of Apr: 

1746 

M r Tho 8 Clayton died in Norfolk on ye 6 of July 1746 + 

M r Anthony Tod alias Menell died at Rouen + 

M r Richard Kendal Sen r died at Arundel Castle on ye 7 th 

of Feb: 1747/8 + 

M r John Barlow died ye 20 of Feb: 1747/8 + 

[21] M r Francis Smith died the 25 of Feb: 1747/8 at M r 

Chesters at Bearscomb in Devon + + + 

M r Joseph Hodges died in Lisbon on ye 27 of Dec: 1747 

[entry crossed out] 
M r Emannuel Christmas died at ye Blue Nuns Paris y e 30 th 

of Mar: 1747/8 N. S. + 

M r Phillip War ham died at Doway y e 1 st of Apr: 1748 + 

M r Thomas Day Dean of ye Chap r died in London on 

Friday y e 8 th of July 1740 aged 83 + + + 

M r Tho s Cornforth died at Shaftsbury on ye 5 th of Aug: 

1748 + + + 

M r Tho s Worsack died at Doway on y e 1 st of Sep: 1748 + 

[22] M r W m Mannock died at Windsor on ye 9 th of Mar: 

1748/9 + 

M r Caton died in Lancashire on ye + 

M r John Baxter alias Syson died at M r Wakemans in 

Worcestershire on ye + 

M r Laurence Mayes * died at Rome on ye 23 d of Aug: 1749 

N. S. + 

M r Gilbert Haydocke died at Louvaine on ye 11 th of Sep r 

0. S. 1749 + 

[23] M r - - Set on died in Essex on ye [entry crossed out] 
M r Thornburg late Pres 1 of Doway died at his Brothers 

House in Yorkshire on ye 21 st of Feb: 1749/50 + 

M r Jos: Saul alias Green died at Rome + 

M r John Brand died at Stenley in Worcestershire + 

M r James Midford died in ye North March 12 1750 + 

M r Preston died at Chester + 

M r Richard Grene died in London on Tuesday ye 24 of Apr: 

1750 + 

M r James Hodgson died in Norfolk ye 18 of July 1750 + 

M r Charles Williams died at Harvington ye 6 th of Oct r 1750 + 

^ He was the Bishop s agent at Home for over 40 years. 



8 OBITUARIES OF SECULAR PRIESTS. 

M r W m Brown died at S r E d Symons in Oxfordshire on ye 

3 d of Nov r 1750 + 

[24] M r Thomas Parkinson [ats Golden above] died in 

Lancashire in Feb: 1750/1. He was kill d by a heavy 

Stone Slate falling on his Head 
[Hon*> le above] M r John Talbot died at Bristol ye 5 th of Apr: 

1751 + 

M r Thomas Mason died in Lancashire on ye 16 th of June 1751 + 
M r Rob 1 Plumerton alias Morrice died in Paris in y e year 

1751 + 
M r [James above] Bigby died at Claxby in Lincolnshire ye 

18 of October 1751. + 

M r Geo: Trentham Talbot died in Sussex on ye 17 th of Jan: 

1752 + 
M r Tho s Lancaster died ye 11 th of March 1752 in Lancashire + 
[25] M r Geo: Hinde died at Bouen a Chap r man in 1752 + + + 
Edward Dicconson V: Apos: died in Lancashire on the 24 

of Aprril 1752 * + 

M r Geo: Frankland died in London ye 1 st of Aug: 1752 + 

M r Bob* Worswick died in Manchester on ye 17 of Aug: 1752 + 
M r Henry Kendall died at our Lady s well in Fenihough near 

Preston in Lancashire on ye 29 th of October 1752. + 

[26] M r John Boberts died at Holy- Well on ye 6 th of Jan: 

1753 aged 88. + 
M r James Heylin died in London on ye 8 th of May 1753 + 
M r John Davies died in London 1753 + 
M r Charles Greenwell died in Durham 1753 + 
M r Oswald Lancaster died at Dunkirk on ye 4 th of November 

1753. + 

M r Thomas Stapylton died in London on ye 3 d of Jan: 1754. 

A chap r man. + 4- + 

M r John Stone died in London on ye 4 th of May 1754. + 

[27] M r John Pincard died in Holderness on ye first of July 

1754 + 
M r Mathews died at Tottenham Court near London on 

ye 27 of Sep: 1754. + 

M r [W m above] Foster died in York 
M r Diggs died in Essex on ye of Mar: 1755 [entry 

crossed out] + 

M r Simon Berington Secretary of ye Chapter died at ye 

Library Chambers in Grays Inn on Wednesday ye 16 

of Apr: 1755 + + + 

[28] M r Hugh Edmundson died in Lancashire ye 19 th of 

September 1755. + 

M r Tho s Smith died at Oulston near Easing wold in Yorkshire 

ye 2 d of Nov: 1755 
M r Ducket died in Lancashire oct: 17. 1755 + 

* Bishop of the Northern District. 



OBITUARIES OF SECULAR PRIESTS. 9 

M r John Manley Chap r man was kill d on ye 1 st of Nov r 1755 

by ye fall of ye steeple at ye English Coll: in Lisbon 

occasion d by ye Earthquake. + + + 

M r Tho s Berington Dean of ye Chap r died in London on ye 

20 th of Dec: 1755. + + + 

[29] M r John Cornwall died at ye Dames at Dunkirk on ye 

6 th of Jan: 1756. + 

M r James Layfield a Chap r man died at Oscat By Birmingham 

on ye 5 th of Feb: 1756. + + + 

Bp. J: Talbot Stonor died at Stonor in Oxfordshire on ye 

29 of Mar: 1756 aged 76.* + 

M r Thomas Brooke died at Lisbon on ye 3 d of May 1756. + 

M r John Biggs died in London on ye 20 th of July 1756. + 

[30] M r Tho s Benyon died at the English poor Clares at 

Gravelaine on ye 2 d of Aug: 1756 + 

M r Monox Havey died in London ye 22 of December 1756 
M r Francis Dun died at M r Piggotts at Whitton on ye 19 th 

of Feb: 1757. + 

M r Joseph Sabastian died at Marnull in Dorcetshire on ye 

27 th of July 1757. + 

M r John Adam died in London on ye 12 th of October 1757. + 
[31] M r Tho s Brockholes died at Chilington on ye 16 th of 

January 1758. + + + 

M r Thorns Sheriff died at Doway on ye 17 th of September 

1758 + 

M r Christopher Gradwell a Chapter man died at Sheffield 

in Yorkshire on ye 27 th of September 1758. + + + 

on ye 4 th of Nov r 1758 M r David Morgan died at Bedhamp- 

ton near Havant in Hampshire not far from Portsmouth. + 
[32] My worthy Friend and Pastor M r Benjamin Petre t died 

in King Street Golden Square at ten o clock Friday 

morning ye 22 d of December 1758 
M r Tho s [Atherton alias above] Pearson on ye 31 st of Dec r 

1758. at Wolverhamton. A Chapt r man. + + + 
M r Mathias Molineux died at M r Stonor at Stonor in 

Oxfordshire ye 1 st of Feb: 1759. + 

M r George Buxton alias Hanmer died at Bologne in his way 

to England on ye 12 th of Feb: 1759. A Chap r Man. + + + 
[33] M r Tho s Chambers died in Yorkshire on ye 18^ of Aug: 

1759. + 
S r W m Anderson died suddenly in ye street on ye 28 th of 

Aug: 1759. + 

M r James Dixon died at M r Tunstals of Wycliffe in 

Yorkshire on ye 23 d of November 1759. + 

M r Joseph Jones died at ye Madhouse in Surry on ye 13 th 

of January 1760 + 

*Vic. Ap. of the Midland District. 

fThis was Bishop Petre Vic. Ap. of the London District. 



10 OBITUARIES OF SECULAR PRIESTS. 

[34] M r James Shaw died in London on ye 22 d of January 

1760 + 

M r Francis Perkins died ye 13 th of Mar: 1760 at M r Mathew s 

in Hampshire about 90 years of age + 

M r James Skelton a Lisbonian died the 28 th of March 1760 

at Raventoft in Yorkshire + 

[35] M r John Owens a very old missioner died [at Lanarth 

in Wales crossed out] in Munmouthshire on ye 29 th of 

Aug: 1760. + 

M r James Mills Master of Philosophy died at Do way on ye 

15 th of Oct r 1760 + 

M r Joseph Volentine died at Shrewsbury ye 21 of Feb: 1761 + 
M r W m Daniel died at ye Blue Nuns in Paris on ye 9 th of 

Feb: 1761. + 

[36] M r Samuel Davies aged 84 died at M r Jones of 

Lanarth in Wales on ye 20 th of Mar: 1761 where he had 

lived fifty years. + 

M r Joseph Barnes died at [Bristol crossed out, Mawley above 

by Walton] on ye 20 th of Aug: 1761. + 

M r James Gandy died at Kendal on ye 4 th of Sept r 1761 + 

M r Christopher Layfield died the 27 th of Sept r 1761 at Texal 

in Staffordshire + 

[Mr. Wm. Walton s writing begins here.] 
[37] M r Jn: Shepperd D n * educated at Libon, died in 

London Oct r 27. 1761 aged 83 yrs 9 m 20 d + + + 

M r Peter Philips educated at Rome died at Ugthorp in York 
shire Nov: 23. 1761. + 
M r Jn. Seaton educated at Doway died at Thorndon Essex 

Dec r 16. 1761. + 

M r Francis Petre alias Squib educated at Doway died there 

Jan: 26. 1762. + 

M r Edw d White educated at Doway died in London Ap 1 

29. 1762. Cap: + + + 

M r Cuthbert Haydocke educated at Doway died at Worksop 

Manour Jan: 11 th 1763. Cap r + + + 

M r Pickering (Lancellot) died Jan: 15. 1763 at Lartington 

He was educated at Rome. + 

M r Anthony Witham died at Cadeby March 21. 1763 He 

was educated at Paris + 

[38] M r James Warham educated at Doway & Paris died 

March 18 th 1763 at Tuddow, Durham. + 

M r Jn: Gwillim educated at Lisbon died at Holywell Ap 1 3. 

1763 + 

D r Charles Umfreville educated at Doway & Paris died in 

Greys Inn the 22 d of Oct r 1763 aged 77 : + 

M r Rich d Shimell educated at Lisbon died 18 th Nov r 1763 

at Chidiock. Dorset + 

* Dean of the Chapter. 



OBITUARIES OF SECULAR PRIESTS. 11 

M r Jn: Smith died at S* Omers Feb: 11. 1764 educated at 

Doway + 

M r Jn: Hawkins alias Stych educated at Lisbon died in 

Lincolnshire at Six hill Grange 9 th of March 1764. + 

M r Charles Shimell educated at Doway died on a visit to 

M r Williams at Bearscombe May 26. 1764. he was 

settled at Chidiock in Dorsetshire. + 

[39] M r George Heddon educated at Doway died at Hasle- 

wood. Yorkshire Sep r 19 th 1764. + 

M r W m Steel educated at Doway died in a Madhouse at 

Egham the 27 Sep r 1764. + 

M r Tho s Roydon educated at Doway where he taught 

Philosophy & Divinity several years, died at Doddin 

Green in Westmoreland the 16 th Oct r 1764 Cap r + + + 
M r Jos: Horton educated at Doway, died Dec r 2 d 1764 in 

London aged about ninety. + 

M r Tho s Gibson educated at Doway died at Newcastle upon 

Tyne Jany 20 th 1765 Capit r + + + 

M r Jos: Moylan educated at Valladolid died in London 25 th 

Feb: 1765. + 

M r Edw d Daniel alias Bennet educated at Doway died at 

York 1 st May 1765. + 

[40] M r John Stonor educated at Doway died at Longbirch 

in Staffordshire 13 th May 1765. + 

M r Luke White educated at Rome died at Alston [Eccleston 

crossed out above] Lancashire July 1765. + 

M r Chris[topher above] Croucher educated at Lisbon, died 

there Vicepresd* 7 th Aug: 1765. + 

M r Francis Lorimer educated at Rome died at Talacre in 

Flintshire the 30 th Sep r 1765. + 

M r W m Turville at Hathrop in Gloucestershire 13 th Dec r 

1765. + 

M r Christopher Hodgson educated at Lisbon died at 

Ugthorp Dec: 25 1765 + 

D r Geo: Kendal educated at Doway died in a Madhouse at 

Lisle Jany 4. 1766 Capitular + + + 

[41] M r Rob* Pinckard educated at Doway, died there, Jany 

24, 1766 Cap r + + + 

M r Samuel Hodgson educated at Lisbon, died near London 

7 th Feby 1766. + 

M r James Parkinson educated at Doway died in Lancashire 

26 Jany 1766. + 

M r Tho s W T ilson educated at Rome died in Staffordshire 

9th Mar: 1766. + 

M r W m Tempest Cap r educated at Doway, died at Carlton 

24 Oct r 1766. + + + 

M r Nicholas Skelton educated at Doway, died at Lancaster 

Nov r 13. 1766. + 

M r James Parkinson educated at died at Ugthorpe 

Nov r 13. 1766. 4- 



12 OBITTT ABIES OP SECULAR PRIESTS. 

M r Joseph Holden, D.D quondam Principal of St Gregs at 

Pans died in that city the 18^ March 1767 + 

M r Henry Kirby educated at Rome died the 12 th of May at 

Cadeby Lincolnshire. + 

[42] M r Mich 1 Tichbourne educated at Rome died in London 

1767 
M r Peter Beeston educated at Doway died at Wolverhampton 

26 Nov r 1767. Capitular + + + 

M r Willis educated at Rome died in Brussels Feb: 1768 
M r John Cooling educated at Rome died in Chester May 1768 + 
M r George Bishop educated at Paris formerly Capt r died at 

Marnhull Dorsetshire Aug: 16. 1768 + + + 

M r W m Errington educated at Doway T r of ij * died in 

London 28 th Sep r 1768 aged 52. + + + 

M r Henry Horn educated at Rome died in London 12 Jan^ 

1769. + 

M r Rob* Taylor educated at Lisbon where he died in Feby 

1769. + 

[43] M r Jn: Underhill educated at Doway died at Gosport 

Hants June 29 th 1769. + 

M r W m Maire educated at Doway where he taught philosophy. 

Afterwards [Capitular and above] Epus Cinnensis coad 
jutor of Francis Petre Epi Amoriensis. obiit July 26. 

1769. + + + 

M r W m Grimbulston educated at Doway died at 

Wrightington Lancash: the 1 st of Febv 1770. + 

M r Jn: Betts educated at Doway & other places quondam 

Capl r died in London the 28 Mar: 1770. + + + 

D r Tho s Hunt educated at Paris died May 7. 1770 Caplr. + + + 
M r Tho s Bennet Cap lr educated at Rome died in London 

the 31 st May 1770 + + + 

M r Jn: Hawarden educated at Doway died 1770 May 27 

in Lancashire. + 

[44] M r Rob* Reid educated at Rome died in London July 

30. 1770 + 

M r Tho s Daniel educated at Doway died at York Cap 1 1770 

25 th Aug: + + + 

M r J n Stanley educated at Doway died at Louvaine 1770 

1 st Sep r + 

M r W m Green D r of Divinity Presid* of D.C. t Capl r died 

1 Dec r 1770. + + + 

M r John Wilkinson educated at Doway many years conf: 

of the Austin Dames sur les fossees S* Victor, died there 

on the 19^ March 1771. + 

M r Jn: Dudley Diggs educated at Rome died in Essex at 

Ingatestone superannuated May 1771. + 

M r James Watson educated at Rome died in York Feb: 20. 

1772 aged 75. + 

* Code term for Treasurer of the Chapter. f Douay College. 



OBITUARIES OF SECULAR PRIESTS. 13 

M r Vertue died at Pontoise 1772 

[45] M r Jn: Huddleston educated at died at Hainton 

Lincolnshire the 3 d Jany 1773. + 

M r Alban Butler t educated at Doway professor of divinity 
there afterwards Principal of the English College at 
St Omers where he died May 15. 1773. + 

M r W m Bower educated at Doway died in London 17 th June 

1773. + 
M r Edw* 1 Helmes educated at Doway where he taught 

Philosophy died at Manchester in Lancashire Oct r 16. 

1773 + 
M r Peter Waring educated at Doway died in Lancashire 

susp: Oct r 15. 1773 
M r Tho s Shepherd educated at Doway died in Holderness 

19** Jany 1774 + 

M r Henry Nicols died in London 11 th Feby 1774 educated 

at Lisbon. + 

M r James Taylor educated at Rome died at Hull 5 th May 

1774 
[46] M r Rich d Downes educated at Rome died 22 d Aug* 

1774 in London aged 80. + 
D r Phil: Perry educated at Doway & Paris Presd* of the 

English College at Valladolid died at Madrid 5 th Sep r 

1774. + 
M r Francis Lacy als Elston educated at Rome died in 

London 3 d Dec 1 1774 aged ninety. + 

M r Tho s Liddell educated at Lisbon died May 12 th 1775 at 

Liverpool. + 

M r James Angel educated at Rome died at East Hendred 

Berks May 18^ 1775 + 

M r Jn: Debord alias Davison died 29 Sep r 1775 educated at 

Doway died at Solwick in Lancash: + 

M r Henry Maire educated at Doway died at Cliffe in York 
shire 5th Nov r 1775. + 

Francis Petre Epus Amoriensis in Districtu Septentrionali 
Vic: Ap: educated at Doway died at Shoeley Lancashire 
on the 24 th Dec r 1775 in his 84 th year + 

N. Jakeman 1777 Feb: + 

[47] M r Edw d Williams educated at Rome died in Devon 
shire 30 th Jany 1776. + 

M r Sylvester Richardson educated at Doway died at 

Greystock Cumberland 22. Feb: 1776. " + 

M r W m Smith educated at Naples forsook the mission several 
years before his death which happened at Rome the 
13 th or 3 d of April 1776 

Mr Tho s Postlethwite Lisbon died July 4* 1776 

M r Phil: White died at Lisbon 22 d Jany 1777 + 

t The celebrated author of the Live* of the Saints. 



14 OfelTTJ ARIES OF SECULAR PRIESTS. 

M r James Chesterman Roman Pt: died 23 Feb: /77 in 

London [entry interlined] 
M r James Nicolas educated at Doway died in London May 2. 

1777 
M r J n Nesfield educated at Doway died at S a Crusa an 

Island in the West Indies belonging to Denmark Feb: 5. 

1777. 
M r W m Daniel educated at Doway died in Lancashire 25 

July 1777. 
M r John Cowban died at Crathorne Yorksh: Oct r 6. 1777 

educated at Doway. 
M r Ch s Corne educated at Paris died there at the Blue Nuns 

Nov r 9* 1777. 
[48] M r Philip Butler educated at Doway died at Blackbrook 

near Prescot Lancashire 9 th Dec r 1777. 
M r Jn: Dunn educated at Doway where he taught Philosophy 

& Divinity died suddenly in London 14 Jany 1778 
M r Jn: White educated at Rome died at Euxton Hall 

Lancashire Feb: 7. 1778 
M r George Waterhouse educated at Rome was many years 

mad died in London 15 Mar: 1778 
M r Jn: Rothmell alias Exley educated at Doway died near 

London 18 May 1778 
M r Tho s Martin educated at Rome died at Woolhampton 

Berks 22 d June 1778 
M r George Gibson educated at Doway died at Hexham 

Northumberl d 3 d Dec: 1778. 
M r James Browne educated at Doway died at Buckenham 

Norfolk 26 Oct r 1778. 
M r Edw* 1 Duval educated at Lisbon died in Essex 25 Dec: 

1778 
M r John Bosville educated at Doway died at Lanorth 

Monmouthshire 2 d March 1779 
[49] M r James Lolli alias Chester educated at Doway, after 

many variations died penitent in Kings Bench Prison 

13 Ap 1 1779 
M r W m Husband educated at Doway died of the small pox 

at Solwick Hall Lancashire 10 th of Aug* 1779 
M r Tho 8 Shimell educated at Doway died near Manchester 

23 d Aug* /79. 
M r Ch 8 Gerard at Bruges 

M r Fran: Parker educated at Paris died at Sep r 1779 

M r Tho 8 Wilson educated at Doway died at Hethersidge 

Derbyshire Dec: 12^ 1779 
M r Jn: Hornyold educated at Doway Bp: of Philomelia Vic: 

Ap: in the middle District died at Longbirch near 

Wolverhampton 26 Dec: 1779. 

[N.B. Here the writing changes and the next death but one 
records the death of the writer of a large part of the obituary, 
Bp. Wm. Walton.] 



OfclTtJ ARIES OF SECULAR PRIESTS. 16 

John Harrison Jan: 1780 

M r William Walton educated at Do way where he taught 

Philosophy & Divinity, afterwards Epus Traconensis & 

in districtu Septentrionali Vic: Ap: died [at York above] 

Feb: 26. 1780 
Martin Houndshill educated at Lisbon, was a prisoner in 

York Castle 13 months in 1745, died suddenly in London 

Aug: 9. 1783. 
[48 blank] 



NO. II. 

"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES, 1773-1839. 

CONTRIBUTED BY JOSEPH S. HANSOM. 

When James Peter Coghlan started his Laity s Directory in 1773, the 
name of only one secular priest, James Watson, appears as having died 
during the preceding year, the numbers increasing annually. Down to and 
including 1781 the obituaries are in Latin at the end of the Calendar, seem 
ingly to remind secular priests when to remember their deceased brethern. 
In 1782 they appear in English as a special feature in the books, and some 
during the preceding year, the numbers increasing annually. In 1782 some 
regulars are added, a separating line alone distinguishing between the two 
classes, indicating that the lists had been supplied by different authorities. 
In the following year nuns and lay brothers are added. In 1787 three 
" Students in Philosophy " and a special notice of one layman, " Mr. John 
Francis Wade," appear, the list concluding with the names of nine important 
members of the laity under the heading of " Nobility." 

In 1789 Coghlan inserted a notice, reproduced in these pages, under 
taking to insert the names of the laity whose mortuary cards or " Bills " 
had been printed and delivered by him to the few Catholic chapels then 
existing about London. At a later period, as the chapels increased in number, 
he made a small increase in his charge. There was no charge made to re 
ligious at any time. The offer met with varying results, in the few following 
years ; but the system was maintained, meeting with ultimate success. 
So it became a means of notifying to friends the deaths of Catholics and 
securing remembrances in prayer, not only amongst London people, but 
throughout the three Kingdoms, and even with foreigners in a few cases, 
where they had had associations with this country. 

A notable feature in 1794, repeated later, is a list of exiled French clergy, 
said to be only part of 150 who had succumbed within little over a year 
after their sufferings and privations in French prisons. The hospitality 
accorded to these confessors of the Faith by England is for Englishmen 
cause for pride, tempered by gratitude for the foundation of many missions. 
Their edifying lives and apostolic labours in our country had immediate 
and enduring results. 

Like most annuals of the sort, having served their purpose for the year, 
these Directories, commencing with a few pages 6| x 3f inches in paper 
covers, would be treated as waste, and destroyed or neglected. In con 
sequence, it has been no easy task to collect this nearly complete list. There 
is probably no complete set in existence, the best collections being deficient 
of several numbers. Living in the parish of the London Oratory I availed 
myself of that access kindly granted by the Fathers to transcribe the forty- 
three lists in their fine library, and was able to supplement these by ten more 
from those at the British Museum. I have to thank the Right Rev. Mgr. 
Ward for transcribing eleven more from the Old Hall collection ; the Rev. 
Edwin Bonney one from Ushaw College Library ; and the Rev. Joseph L. 
Whitfield one from Oscott College Library. The result is I am able to pro 
vide the whole series from 1773 to 1839, with the exception of that for 1774, 
under which date an explanation is given. 



OBITUARIES. 17 

I am also indebted to the RR. Henry Norbert Birt, O.S.B. ; Fr. Thaddeus, 
O.F.M. ; Bede Jarrett, O.P. ; and the Superiors of several houses of religious 
women, for looking over the lists, and correcting defects and deficiencies ; 
and to the Rev. J. H. Pollen, S.J., for the loan of a list of ex- Jesuits, who 
were secularized during the early years covered by the lists. In very few 
cases are any alterations made. They are dealt with as far as possible in 
brackets, which are not much used in the original, except in the cases of 
priests seminaries. Anything like systematic correction of the names of 
the laity must have been futile. 

It was suggested that the obituaries of priests might be extended by the 
list in the Catholic General Directory for 1850 ; but having made a transcript 
of them, and finding several mistakes, including one remarkable Benedictine 
accommodated with three deaths, it seemed prudent to omit all that list, 
using only a few additional notes from it in brackets. As the entries,if 
meagre in the Laity s Directories, and subject at times to mistakes, were 
both for religious and laity, supplied near to the time of printing from authentic 
sources, it seemed inadvisable to mix with them doubtful obituaries. 

Owing to occasional entries being inserted some years after deaths 
some confusion may seem to exist ; but as the Catholic Record Society 
has always made a point of giving full indexes, this confusion will be found 
to be more occult than real. 

J.S.H. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1773.* 
Ex Frat. nris mortuus est. 
1772 [Feb. 20] Jacobus Watson (at York) t 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1774. J 
De Frat. nris ex hac vita migrarunt. 
1773. Jan. 3. Joannes Huddleston. 

Mail 15. Albanus Butler ( (Ven. Dom.), at St. Omers) [bur. 
English Augustinian Convent Chapel at 
Bruges]. 

Junii 17. Gulielmus Bower, (at London). 
Oct. 16. Eduardus Helmes. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1775.* 
De fratr. nris ex hac vita migrarunt. 

1773. Oct. 15. Petrus Waring. 

1774. Jan. 19. Thomas Sheppard (Shippard, at Holderness). 

* Transcripts supplied by Monsignor Ward. There seems some 
uncertainty when the li Laity s Directory," eo nomine, was started, or the 
"Ordo incorporated with it. It may have been in 1782, when English is 
used for the first time. The heading is used for uniformity. 

t The Catholic Annual Register, 1850, says he died at York. The registers 
of St. Michael-le-Belfry church record the burial of " James Watson, gent. 
Feb. 22." (Yorks. Par. Eeg. Soc. xi., 281.) See also p. 12 ante. 

J It was only when the previous pages had been passed for printing 
that Mgr. Jackman sent me the entries for this year from the Archbishop s 
Library, in which the set is far from complete. It completes the series 
happily. I had inserted a provisional list, excluding Edward Helmes, but 
inserting " 1702. Nov. 15. [Henry] Vertue at Pontoise [alias] Westhead 
chaplain to the Benedictine nuns, set circa, 74." 

III. B. 



16 "LAITY S DIRECTORY* OBITUARIES. 

Feb. 11. Henricus Nichols (at London). 

Mar. 5. Jacobus Taylor (at Hull). 

Aug. 22. Ricardus Downes (Downs, at London). 

Sept. 4. Philippus Perry (Sap. Dom., at Valladolid). 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1776.* 
De frat. nris ex hac vita migrarunt. 

1774. Dec. 3. Franciscus Elston Lacy (at London). 

1775. Mali. 12. Thomas Liddel (at Liverpool). 
Mail. 18. Jacobus Angel. 

Sept. 29. Jacobus Davison (Debord, at Sal wick). 
Nov. 5. Henricus Maire (at Cliff e). 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1777.* 
De Frat. nris ex hac vita migrarunt. 

1775. Dec. 24. Illmus & E-evmus D. Franciscus Petre, Epus 

Amoriens (V.A. of the Northern District, at 
Showley Hall, near Richester, aged 84. 
Buried at Stidd Chapel). 

1776. Jan. 30. Edwardus Williams (Served Tor Abbey, and 

afterwards at Bearscombe, in Bucland, 
Devon, the seat of the Chester family. He 
was buried at Dodbrook church). 

Feb. 22. Silvester Richardson. 

Apr. 3. Gulielmus Smith. 

July 4. Thomas Postlethwaite (Postle white, at Lisbon). 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1778.* 
De Frat. nris ex hac vita migrarunt. 
(Feb. 5.) Joannes Nestfield (Nes field, at Santa Cruz). 
Jan. 22. Philippus White (27th, at Lisbon). 
Feb. 23. Jacobus Chesterman (24th., at London). 
Maii. 2. Jacobus Nicolas (at London). 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1779. t 
De Fratribus nris ex hac vita migrarunt. 

1777. Jul. 25. Gulielmus Daniel (William Daniel Foster, at 

Euxton Hall). 
Oct. 6. Joannes Cowban (at Crathorne, Cleveland, 

U.S.A. Dr. Kirk; but really Yorkshire). 
Nov. 9. Carolus Com (Paris, T.E.t) (Corne, at Paris). 
Dec. 9. Philippus Butler (Blackbrook, T.E.t) (ditto). 

1778. Jan. 14. Joannes Dunn (London, T.E.t) (ditto) (at Lin 

coln s Inn Fields. Dr. Kirk). 

Feb. init. Joannes White (E[u]xton, birth, T.E.t) (alias 
Leckonby, at Pontop, set. 67. Dr. Kirk). 

* Transcripts supplied by Monsignor Ward. 

t This Directory was copied for me from the Ushaw copy by the Rev. 
Edwin Bonney, who says the four insertions initialed " T.E." are by the Rev. 
Thomas Eyre, who has also added six more deaths ; but the latter appear in 
the Directory for 1780, and are not inserted here. 



DtREOTOBY " OBITtJ ABIES. 19 

Franciscus Jakeman (Jaqueman, at Longbirch) ; 
(Jakeman alias Maxfield, end of March, 
set. 80. Dr. Kirk). 
[John Eccles. T. E(yre)]. 

Mail. 19. Joannes Kathmole (John Exley Rathmall, at 
Isleworth). 

Jun. 21. Thomas Martin (at Hyde End) (22nd. at Wool- 
hampton, aet. 76). 

Aug. 27. Thomas Savage. 

Oct. 26. Jacobus Browne (at Buckenham House, Nor 
folk. Dr. Kirk). 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1780.* 
De Frat. nris ex hac vita migrarunt. 

1778. Dec. 3. Georgius Gibson (at Hexham). 

25. Edwardus Devail (Duvall, Essex). 

1779. Mar. 2. Joannes Boswell (Bosville, at Llanarth). 

Apr. 12. Jacobus Lolli, at Chester (James Chester Lolli, 
at London). 

Jul. 27. Jacobus Nowlan, Hib. (Nolan. Dr. Kirk, who 
gives no precise date, and describes him as 
a man unworthy of the priesthood). 

Aug. 10. Gulielmus Husband. 
23. Joannes Shimell. 

Sep. Franciscus Parker. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1781.* 
De Frat. nris ex hac vita migrarunt. 

1779. Nov. Joannes Williams alpas] Abercrombie (formerly 

of Virginia Street Chapel, in Dir. 1794) (at 
Honduras). 

Dec. 12. Thomas Wilson (Derbyshire, in Dir. 1794) (at 
Hathersage). 

26. Illmus et Revmus D. Joannes Hornyhold, Epus 

Philomel (V.A. of the Midland District, at 
Longbirch. Interred in Brewood Church). 

1780. Jan. Joannes Harrison (Townley, Lancashire, in Dir. 

1794). 
Feb. 8. Joannes Preston (Lisbon, Dir. 1794). 

26. Illmus et Revmus D. Gulielmus Walton, t Epus 
Trachon (V.A. of the Northern District, at 

* Transcripts supplied by Monsignor Ward. 

t The late Mrs. William Roskell (a grand-daughter of George Gibson of 
York, who married Mary daughter of Michael Walton, brother of the Bishop 
of Trachon) informed me that the Waltons came from Hathersage, co. Derby. 
There is an unmistakeable Catholic tombstone in the churchyard with the 
I.H.S., surmounted by the cross, " Sacred to the memory of Thomas Walton 
of Hathersage, who departed this life May 3rd, 1828, aged 75 years." A 
boarding school for Catholic boys was kept by ladies of the name till quite 
recently. Having a short opportunity of looking over the registers, I copied 
eighteen entries from 1672 to 1716/17, the name always spelt " Walkton." 
Family alliances were, Biucliffe, Eyre, Littlewood, Norman and Wilkin. 



20 

York, aged 64. Buried in St. Michael s fle] 
Belfry, York). 

27. Gerardus Shaw (London, Dir. 1794). 
Aug. 5. Ricardus Dillon (London, Dir. 1794). 

24. Joannes Bamber (Sunderland, Dir. 1794). 

[The old heading " De Fratribus &c." is at this point discontinued, 

the names of priests having hitherto been those of the secular 

clergy, who in the next " Directory " appear first, followed by 

a number of regulars, all under the heading of " Gentlemen."] 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1782.* 

A TABLE OF THOSE GENTLEMEN WHO HAVE DIED 
WITHIN THE LAST TWELVE MONTHS. 

1780. Dec. 10. The Rev. Mr. Richard Kendal. (London, Dir. 

1794) oet. 71. 

1781. Jan. 6. The Rev. Mr. John Ball. (Worcestershire, 1794 

Dir.) (at Aldenham). 
12. The Venerable and Right Rev. Doctor Richard 

Challoner, Bishop of Debra, and Vic. (in the 

London District, London, Dir. 1794) Apost. 

(in the 91st. year of his age. The remains 

were interred in the parish church of Milton, 

Berks.). 

Feb. 8. The Rev. Mr. Stephen Robinson (at Shefford). 
(Feb. 8.) The Rev. Mr. James Postlethwaite (at Glints, 

Yorkshire). 

Apr. 15. The Rev. Mr. James Webb (London, Dir. 1794). 
June 12. Th3 Rev. Mr. James Slaughter (at Longford 

Hall). 
July 2. The Rev. Mr. Hugo Kendal (first President of 

Sedgley Park school). 
11. The Rev. Mr. Thomas Hartley (at Moseley). 



1780. Oct. 10. The Rev. Mr. Nathaniel Elliot. 

Nov. 19. The Rev. Mr. Ralph (Randolph) Booth. 

1781. Jan. 18. The Rev. Mr. [Robert] Benedict Steare, O.S.B. 

(1780 ; also by Abbot Snow) [at Parlington, 

Yorks]. 
29. The Rev. Mr. Roger Leigh (names transposed ; 

aet. 73) [ex S.J., Lancashire].! 
Mar. 24. The Rev. Mr. Joseph Plessington [ex S.J., at 

Alnwick, ? 29th][wreWaJmesley,-C?.5.^. > vii.] 
Aug. 26. The Rev. Mr. Thomas Kingsley [ex S.J., at 

London, ? 27th]. 
Sept. 4. The Rev. Mr. Joseph Edwards, G.S.D. (alias 

Tylecote, at Hinckley, aged 57, Palmer). 

* The earliest copy in the London Oratory library. 

t The Jesuits had been suppressed in 1773, and appear in the Directories 
without the " S.J." It seems well however to distinguish them here, where 
possible. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 21 

9. The Rev. Mr. [Edward] Bernard Catteral, O.S.B. 

[at Woolton, Lanes.]. 
12. The Rev. Mr. Robert Daniel, O.S.B. [at Birtley, 

Durham, aged 64]. 

Oct. 11. The Rev. Mr. William Wappelear (ex S.J., at 
Bruges, set. 70) [at the English Augustinian 
Convent]. 
1781. Oct. 12. The Rev. Mr. [David] Gregory Powel(l), O.S.F., 

(at Abergavenny). 

23. The Rev. Mr. John Closset (Joseph Closette, 
ex S.J., at Ludewell House, near Wardour, 
t. 29). 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1783.* 

The Requiem Calendar for the year MDCGLXXXII. 
CLEEGY. 

1781. Dec. 24. The Rev. Mr. Henry Peach, near St. Omer. 

30. The Rev. Mr. Turberville Needham, Brussels. 

1782. Jan. 28. The Rev. Mr. Edward Bartlett, Louvain [at 

St. Monica s Convent, set. 79]. 
Feb. 11. Rev. Mr. John Banwell, Hib., Kingscliff, Line. 

(Barnwell, Dir. 1794). 
Mar. 21. Rev. Mr. Simon Strickland (Yorkshire, Dir. 

1794). 

Rev. Mr. John Hankins (St. Omers, Dir. 1794). 
July 30. Rev. Mr. John Milner, London. 

Rev. Mr. Mathews (Matthew, Dir. 1794) 

Hib., Shropshire. 



1781. Nov. 15. Rev. Mr. Anselm Payne, O.S.F., Doway, aged 46, 

R. 28, P. 22. t 

25. Rev. Mr. Francis Digg[e]s, [ex S.J., ? 28th] 
Berrington, North [umberland]. 

29. Rev. Mr. Christopher More, [ex S.J., ? 27th] 

Bath. 
Dec. 4. Rev. Mr. Robert Sanderson [ex S.J., ? 2nd]. 

30. Rev. Mr. William Ward, London. 

1782. Jan. 4. Rev. Mr. Francis Clark, O.S.F., Doway, aged 31, 

R. 16, P. 7. 
Mar. 7. Rev. Mr. Abraham Kingdom, Leige [Liege] 

[ex S.J.]. 

27. Rev. Mr. John Richardson, Lancashire [ex S.J.]. 
May 11. Rev. Mr. James Heatley, Broughton, Yorkshire 

[ex S.J.]. 

12. Rev. Mr. Edward Madew, O.S.F., Ufton Court, 
Berks, aged 79, R. 61, P. 55. 

* Transcript supplied by Monsignor Ward. 

t Namely In religion 28 years, professed 22. 



22 

(14.) Rev. Mr. [Nicholas] Ambrose Dixon, O.S.D., 
Tone, Northumberland, aged 35] (at Hex- 
ham). 
June 5. Rev. Mr. [Charles] Bonaventure Bedingfield, 

O.S.F., Doway, aged 84, R. 57, P. 55. 

26. Rev. Mr. [Peter] Dunstan Holderness, O.S.B., 

late Prior of Dieulouard in Lorrain [aged 61]. 

July 28. Rev. Mr. Edmund Bracey [ex S.J., co. Worcester]. 

Sept. 15. Rev. Mr. Robert Knatchbull [ex S.J., Yorkshire, 

? 16th]. 

29. Rev. Mr. John Roathwell [Rothwell, ex S.J., at 
Kilvington]. 

LAY BROTHERS. 

1780. June 25. Mr. Giles Clemeneshafw], O.S.F., Doway, aged 

44, R. 14. 

1781. April 14. Mr. Didacus Mahew, O.S.F., Doway, aged 54, 

1782. Mar. 15. Mr. Paul Petit, O.S.F., Douay, aged 56, R. 29. 
June 12. Mr. Andrew Byrne, O.S.B., Dieulouard in Lor 
rain [Burn, July 14, Snow]. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1775. Sept. 19. R.M. Mary Magdalen Hawarden, O.P.C., Dun 
kirk. Aged 49, R. 33, Ab[bess] 6. 

1781. Feb. 11. S. Mrs. Clare Alathea Gibson, O.P.C., Dunkirk. 

Aged 67, R. 47. 
Nov. 13. S. Mrs. Mary Margaret Tasburgh, O.S.A., Bruges 

[aged 54]. 
Dec. 19. S. Mrs. Mary Ignatius Tichborn, O.S.A., Bruges 

[aged 58]. 

1782. June 19. Mrs. Mary Agnes Hodshon, O.P.C., Graveline. 
Aug. 7. Dame Mary Bridget Smith, Ord. St. Bridget, Lis 
bon, aged 74, R. 44. 

Nov. 24. Dame Aloysia Langdale, O.S.B., at Gand [Ghent]. 



LAITY S DIRECTORY 1784. 
The Requiem Calendar for the year MDCCLXXXIII. 

1783. Feb. 16. Dr. Thomas Wittingham, at Heathorp, Oxon. 

Mar. 10. Rev. Michael William Singleton at Lierre in 

Brabant. 
(July) Rev. John Manning, (Derbyshire.) 

Rev. Thomas Barnaby (atJStafford). 

June 26. Rev. John More (Moore), Chipping Lawn, Lane. 
Aug. 9. Rev. Martin Houndsil, at London. 
Rev. Thomas Landi (Lundi), Hib. 
Sept. 22. Dr. Gerard Barnard (Bernard alias Woodbury, 

D.D.), at Lisbon. 

May 30. Rev. John Panting [ex S.J.], at Bonham, Dorset 
[Wilts.]. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 23 

Rev. Daniel Plat, Worcester [ex S.J.]. 
Oct. 16. Rev. John Howard, President of the English 
Academy at Liege [ex S.J.]. 

1782. Dec. 5. R. F. [John] Wilfrid Strutt,* O.S.B., at Lamb- 

spring (aged 72]. 

1783. Sep. 3. R. F. [Francis] Joseph Carteret, O.S.B., Do way. 
1783. Aug. 7. R. F. Dominic Phillips, O.S.D., aged 47. t Relig. 

24, pr. 19. Cheeseburn Grange, New Castle, 
Northumberland]. 

Oct. 23. R. F. Anthony Hatton, O.S.D., Age 79, Relig. 61, 
(? Fr. Edward Antoninus Hatton, Stourton 
Lodge, set. 80, Palmer). 

1783. Mar. 12. R. F. Lawrence HaU, O.S.F., at Louth, Lincoln 
shire [Thomas Hall alias Lawrence Loraine,- 
Thaddeus]. 

May R. F. Bonaventure Morgan, O.S.F., Bruges. 

Sep. R. F. George Lancaster, O.S.F., Douay. 

R. F. Norris, a Carthusian, at Newport. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1777. Feb. 12. The Right Rev. Lady Abbess Mary Winefred 

Englefield, the 60th year of her age, of pro 
fession 42, Abbess 12 of the English Bene 
dictine Dames at Dunkirk. 

1778. Mar. 6. Sister Joseph Harrison, Converse, Ditto [aged 67, 

prof. 40]. 

1781. Mar. 7. Dame Mary Teresa Halliwell, aged 75. Prof 56. 

of the same House. 

May 11. Sister Mary Barbara Pyzer, Converse, of the same 
House. 

1782. Dec. 10. Rev. Mother Abbess of the English Dominican 

Nuns at Brussels, and Jubilarian, Ann Mary 
Short, aged 85. Professed 52. t 

1782. Dec. 7. Sister Monica Webster, O.S.A., Bruges [lay- 
sister, aged 29]. 

DEATHS AT THE ENGLISH CONVENT OF ST. CLARE 
AT A IRE IN ART IS. 

1769. May 26. Sister Catherine Clare Bolton. Age 54. Religious 

35. 

July 1. S. Mary Barbara Langstaff. Aged 35. R. 14. 
Sep. 22. Sister Mary Lewis Griffiths, age 49. R. 32. 

1770. Aug. 17. S. Mary Michael Millot, age 67. R. 47. 

* Snow describes him as" D. John Wilfrid Strutt or Bridgeman, born in 
Middlesex, died at Lambspring 5 Dec. 1782." In the Catholic Annual Re 
gister, 1850, his three deaths appear as Street on 5 Dec. 1781, as Strutt on 3 Dec. 
1782, and as Bridgeman on 5 Dec. 1782 ! 

f Palmer gives his age as 42. 

j Fr. Bede Jarrett says she was Sub-prioress at the time of her death, 
aged|82 ; that she was daughter of Thomas Bennet, and widow of Philip 
Short. 



24 

1771. Apr. 26. S. Frances Clare Taylor, age 69. R. 39. 

1772. Aug. 28. Sister Mary Felix Cox, age 38. R. 13. 

1773. June 25. S. Cicily Joseph Cornforth, age 43. R. 23. 

1774. Mar. 12. Ven. Mother Martha Anthony Fortescue, age 89, 

R. 63. 
Dec. 1. S. Austin Bona venture Angier, age 35. R. 13. 

1775. Aug. 12. S. Elizabeth Joseph Hannam, age 55. R. 35. 

1776. Oct. 19. Sister Mary Agnes Taylor, age 38. R. 17. 

Oct. 25. Ven. Mother Bridget Frances Payne, age 81. R. 
62. 

1780. Jan. 6. Rev. Ven. Mother Mary Frances Dickinson, age 

82. R. 62. Abbess. 

1781. Apr. 13. S. Mary Winifred Stokes, age 34. R. 11. 
1783. Feb. 12. S. Mary Ann Brooks, age 43. R. 18. 

Mar. 15. S. Mary Clare Thorp, age 73. R. 47. 
Requiescant in Pace, Amen. 

Deaths come to Hand since the Directories were printed. 
1783. Nov. 15. R. F. Benedict Simpson, O.S.F., Douay. 

19. Sister Mary Frances Charnley, O.P.C. Age 34. 

Relig. 10. Aire in Artois. 

21. Sister Mary Benedict Walker, O.S.B., Age 60. 
Relig. 40. Cambray. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1785.* 

The Requiem Calendar for the year MDCCLXXXIV. 
CLERGY. 

1783. Dec. 5. At London. Rev. Mr. Richard Prescot 

Dec. 16. Rev. Mr. Joseph Bolton, [V.G. London]. 

Dec. 18. At Maple-Durham. Rev. Mr. Edmund Win- 
stenley. s 

1784. May 5. At Lancaster. Rev. Mr. James Tirer [Tyrer]. 
Sept. 17. At Bornhem. James Herremans, lay Brother, 

O.S.D. [? Sept. 16]. 

Oct. 10. At Lisbon. Ralph Gornal[l], Min. Fel.t of the 
Eng. Col. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1781. Jan. 3. At Antwerp. Sister Jane [of the Cross] Rutter, 

O.S.T. [aged 76, prof. 50]. 

1782. Apr. 15. Sister Beatrix Chantal, O.S.T. [Alice Chantrell. 

aged 73, prof. 41]. 
Nov. 19. Air[e]. Sister Mary Frances Charnley, age 34, 

R. 10, O.SC. 

Dec. 9. Air[e]. Sister Clementina Boniface of St. Joseph 
Fletcher, age 70, R. 48, O.S.C. 

* Transcript supplied by Monsignor Ward. 

t As Gillow in his " Register " of the Collegians, says he was only ad 
mitted 16 Feb. 1782 and took the college oath 20 May 1784, this may mean 
minor fellow ? 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 25 

Dec. 19. At Hoog Straat. Sister Ignatius Bamber, aged 64, 

R. 41, O.S.T. 
21. At Bruges. Mother [Anne] Mary Anne Webbe, 

3[rd] 0[rder] S.F. [age 73, ret 55]. 
27. [At Bruges] Rev. Mother Abbess [Mary] Ignatia 

Lawson, 3 O.S.F. [age 72, rel. 56]. 

1784. Feb. 20. Louvain. Rev. Mother Prioress Mariana [Isabel] 

Smith, aged 82, R. 62, Prioress 21, O.S.A. 
Apr. 19. [At Antwerp] Sister Angela [Maria of St. Joseph] 

Kingsley, O.S.T. [aged 67, prof. 48]. 
May 8. Air[e]. Mother Anthony Joseph Spoor, age 82, 

R. 62, O.S.C. 

17. Antwerp. [Alexandra Mary] Sister Teresa [of the 
Annunciation] Howard, O.S.T. [aged 58, 
prof. 35]. 
June 4. Brussels. Sister Elizabeth Newton, O.S.B. 

7. Dunkirk. Sister Ann Clementina of H. F. Kemp- 
son, age 46, R. 21, O.S.C. 

13. Paris. Rev. Mother Prioress Dame Anne John 
son, O.S.B. 
July 1. Air[e]. Mother Vicaris Mary Neal, age 48, R. 29, 

O.S.C. 

Oct. 18. Antwerp. Rev. Mother Abbess Mary Margaret 
of the Angels Brent, O.S.T. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1786.* 

A Requiem Calendar for the year MDCCLXXXV. 
CLERGY. 

1785. Jan. 5. R. Mr. John Postlewaite (Postleth- 

waite, at Leyburn, Yorkshire). 
Apr. 28. R. Mr. Matthew Welldon. 

Oct. 12. Dunkirk. R. Mr. Henry Edmondson. 

1784. Dec. 30. Liverpool. R. F. (Michael) Anselm Chaplin, 

O.S.B. [at Liverpool, aged 30]. 

1785. Jan. 19. Cowley-hill. R. Mr. William Doyle. 

Apr. 22. Worcester. R. Mr. Barnard Crow (Cross, S.J., 

Dir. 1794). 

29. Douay. R. F. Basil Eyston, O.S.B. 
[May 18.] Leige. R. Mr. James Derail (Darrell, S.J.)[bur. 

in church of Sepulchrine nuns]. 
Aug. 12. Bornhem. R. F. John Thomas Nicholls, O.S.D. 

(set. 31, rel. 13, prof. 19. Palmer). 
Oct. 3. Wooton. R. F. Ex P[rior] Peter Frost, O.S.E 

(aet. 53). 
Nov. 1. Bath. R. F. (John) Cuthbert Simpson, O.S.B. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 
1784. t Jan. 1. Dunkirk. Sister Mary Magdalen Formby, O.S.B. 

* Transcript supplied by Monsignor Ward. 
fThie is evidently misprinted 1714. 



26 

Feb. 6. Dame Barbara Sheldon, O.S.B. [aged 

60, prof. 40]. 

1785. Jan. 7. Dame Mary Augustine Bellasyse, O.S.B 

Feb. 22. Dame Aloysia Tuite, O.S.B. [aged 50, 

prof. 30]. 
May 31. Brussels. Sister Mary Barbara Fuller, O.S.D. 

[Fullar of London, May 5, age 68, rel. 46]. 
Oct. 14. Dunkirk. Dame Mary Barbara Acton, O.S.B. 
Nov. 3. Cambray. Dame Jos. Carrington, O.S.B. 

1785. Nov. 4. Rouen. Reverend Mother Abbess Gertrude Clare 

Vavasour, O.S.C.* 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1787. 

The Obituary for MDCCLXXXVI. 

CLERGY. 

1786. Apr. 8. Rev. Mr. Emerich Grimblestone (Lane., -Dir. 1794.) 
July 2. Rev. Mr. John Jones (Yorkshire, Dir. 1794). 



1785. Aug. 22. Rev. Mr. Edward Boone at Danby, Yorkshire. 

[ex S.J.]. 
Rev. Mr. Thomas Hawkins, [ex S.J., at Oxburgh]. 

1786. Feb. 3. Rev. Mr. Baptist Rayter (Ruyter, Dir. 1794) 

(Royter), Pennsylvania. [Rutter, ex S.J.]. 
Rev. Mr. Thomas Weldon, Scholes, Lancashire 

[ex S.J.] 
Hon. and Rev. John Cahier Butler, Hereford, [ex 

S.J.]. 

Nov. 3. Rev. Mr. Marmaduke Langdale, Wigan, Lanca 
shire, [ex S.J.]. 

Oct. 4. R. F. [James] Jerome Berry, O.S.B., [at Cowley 

Hall] Lancashire, t 

R. F. [Roger] Joseph Whittell, Paris (O.S.B., 
Dir. 1794). t 

LAY BROTHERS. 

1786. May 19. Brother Thomas Carfoot, a Carthusian of Neu- 
port, who after the suppression of that (the 
first English) Convent of the present Emperor 
Joseph II., retired to the Confessor s apart 
ments of the English Austin Dames at Bruges, 
died aged 43. 
July 4. Bro. Anthony Tyrer, O.S.F. Age 87, professed 

57, Douay. 
Sept. 19. Bro. Joseph Johnson, O.S.B., Dieulouard. 

* This entry follows the usual " Requiscant in Peace," and probably 
arrived late in the printer s hand. 

t Snow dates the death of James Berry on " 4 Nov." and gives his age 
" circa 28." 

J Snow gives the death of Roger Joseph Whittel on " 4 Oct." and his age 
11 circa 79. 



OBITUARIES. 27 

STUDENTS IN PHILOSOPHY. 
1786. Feb. 22. Edward Havers, at Douay College. 
Aug. 19. Henry Bray, at Ditto. 
Oct. 30. James Barnard of Douay, but died at London. 

[LA YMAN.] 

1786. Aug. 16. Mr. John Francis Wade, a Layman, aged 75, with 
whose beautiful Manuscript Books our Chapels 
as well as private Families abound, in writing 
which, and teaching the Latin and Church 
Song he chiefly spent his Time. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 
1786. Feb. 1. Dame [Cecilia] Scholastica Jones, O.S.B. [Age 

67], professed 46 years. Dunkirk. 
Mar. 10. R. Moth. Abbess Dame Bridget Westby, O.S.A., 

Leige.* 
Apr. 5. Sister Mary Anthony Wyvill, O.S.C. Aged 67, 

professed 48. Aire in Artois. 
May 9. Sister Catharine Aspinal, lay Sister, O.S.A. Aged 

89. Bruges. 
May 16. Sister Teresa Austin Newlin, O.S.A. Aged 71. 

Bruges. 
26. Dame Mary Margaret Meynell, O.S.B., professed 

61. Dunkirk. 

Aug. 10. Dame Elizabeth Anthony Sharp, 3 O.S.C. Aged 
87. Religious 60. Paris. 

29. Sister Clare Bishop, 3 O.S.C. Aged 66, professed 

48. Bruges. 

NOBILITY. 

1785. Sir Walter Blount. 

Nov. 18. The Hon. Lady Anne RadclyfTe. [at Slindon]. 

1786. Jan. 2. The Right Hon. Bartholomew Earl [of] Newburgh. 

30. The Hon. Mrs. Elizabeth Langdale. 
Feb. 19. James Winsor Heneage, Esq. 
Apr. 9. Anthony Wright, Esq. 

June 25. Francis Wright, Esq.f 

July 2. Mrs. Lucy Wright. 

Aug. 31. His Grace Charles Duke of Norfolk. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1788. J: 
The Obituary for 1787. 

CLERGY. 

1783. Rev. William Singleton at Lierre. 

1786. Dec. 4. Rev. Mathias Burgess at La Bassee. 

* Mother Prioress of New Hall informs me this should read "Mar. 8. Rev. 
Mother Mary Austin Westby, C.R.S.S., at Liege, aged 37, prof. 18." 

t In the obituary of the English Augustinian Convent at Bruges the day 
is given as the 18th. 

$ Transcript supplied by the Rev. Joseph L. Whitfield. 



OBITUARIES. 

1786. Aug. 10. R. Luke Gizlar, Pensilvania. [Gisler, ex S.J., 

? llth]. 

17. Ferdin[and] Farmer, ditto, [ex S.J.]. 
Nov. 30. R. Henry Stanley, Moor Hall, Lancashire, [ex 
S.J.]. 

1787. Apr. 16. R. Thomas Brewer, Bristol, [ex S.J.]. 

May 6. R. Sir George Mannock, Bart., near Dartford, 

Kent, [ex S.J.]. 
June 3. R. Joseph Moseley, Maryland (June 5, Dir. 

1794). [ex S.J.]. 

9. R. Benedict Neale, ditto, [ex S.J.]. 
19. R. Charles Lucas, Thorndon Hall, Essex (June 

10, Dir. 1794). [ex S.J.]. 

Sept. 6. R. George Kingsley (Kingstey, Dir. 1794), Lon 
don [ex S.J.]. 



1786. R. D. [John Edward] Cuthbert Grimes, O.S.B., 

Lambspring. [Grime, at Douai, aged 42, 
Snow }. 

1787. Jan. 6. R. D. [James] Dunstan Knight, O.S.B., [at Little 

Malvern] Worcester. 
Feb. 18. R. D. [William] Laurence Hetherstay [Hethersay, 

Dir. 1794], O.S.B., Lambspring. [vere Har- 

disty, aged 72, Snow], 
Mar. 11. R. F. Felix Cox, O.S.F., London. 
May 21. R. F. Patrick Duffy, Can. Reg., London. 
June 4. R. D. Thomas Patten, O.S.B., Douay. [aged 

60 circa]. 

[1786. Dec. 7.] R. D. John Charlton, O.S.B., Douay. [aged 69]. 
[1785. Apr. 29.] R. D. Basil Eyston, O.S.B., Douay. 

LAY BROTHERS. 

1786. Dec. 7. Brother Benoit, St. Omer s. 

1787. Apr. 15. Brother [Peter] Dunstan Osbaldeston, O.S.B., 

Douay. 

May 12. Brother Joseph Blyde, Derby. 
Sept. 3. Brother William Tickle, Leig. [Liege]. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 
1784. R. M. Mary Teresa Parnham, O.S.T., Lierre. 

1786. Jan. 5. Sister Mary Anne Scoa O.S.C., Rouen. 

1787. Apr. 25. Sister Xaveria Ann Patient, Penitent of 3 rd Order 

of S.F., aged 52, professed 34, Nieuport. 
Apr. 28. Dame Ursula Carter, O.S. Bridget, at Lisbon. 

[prof. 48]. 
May 3. The Hon. Lady Sister Lucy Talbot, 3 O.S.F., aged 

54, professed 34, at Paris. 
27. Sister Mary Xaveria, O.S.T., aged 70, professed 

44, at Hoegstraet. 

June Sister Margaret , Q.S.T., aged 81, 

professed 60, ditto. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 29 

June 5. Sister [Bridget,] Anastatia Lawson, 3 O.S.F., 

aged 74, professed 51, Bruges. 
July 7. Sister Catharine Stanislaus Thorpe, O.S.T., aged 

77, professed 59, Lierre. 

Sept. 17. Sist. Mary Ann Johnson, O.S.B., aged 74, pro 
fessed 52, at Dunkirk. 

Oct. Sister (Helen Joseph,) Ainsworth in her Novice- 

ship 3 O.S.F., at Bruges, [age 26]. 

[1786. Nov. 5.] Dame Berrington, at Leige.* 

LAITY 1787. 

1786. Nov. 1. Mr. Charles Arrowsmith. 

1787. Jan. 15. R. H. Ann Lady Petre at Thorndon Hall, Essex. 
Mar. 17. Miss Barbara Fermor, Lond. 

Apr. 14. Mrs. Mary Randall. 
May 16. Mr. Michael Nowlan. 

The Hon. Thomas Clifford, Tixal, Staffordshire. 
June 25. Mrs. Frances Fermor, Lond. 
July 12. Anthony French, Esq. 

21. R. H. George, Earl of Shrewsbury, Heathrop, 

Oxon. 

Aug. 26. Miss Elizabeth Walmsley, Hammersmith. 
Aug. 30. Mrs. Francis Petre, Lond. 
Oct. 3. Joseph Webbe, Esq. 

4. Ralph Clavering, Esq., St. Omers. 
Oct. 11. Mrs. Sarah FitzGerald, Lond. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1789. t 
CLERGY. 

1787. Sept. Rev. Luke Potts (alias Cooper, at Thropton, 16 

Aug., Kirk). 

Nov. 27. Rev. George Hardwick (at Wingerworth, aged 
78, Kirk). 

1788. Jan. 12. Rev. William Bleving, at London. 
Feb. 14. Rev. John Martin, at Gosport. 

[Feb. 26.] Rev. John Foothead, in Herts, (at Old Hall). 
Sept. 5. Rev. Francis Plowden, at Paris. [" Abbe Plow- 
don "]. 
Oct. 6. Rev. Thomas Wools, in Flanders (La Bass6e). 



1788. Jan. 29. R. James Wheble, at Wardour. [ex S.J.]. 
Mar. 11. R. James Power, at Liege, [ex S.J.]. 
Mar. 24. R. John Lewis, in Maryland, [ex S.J.]. 
Apr. 28. R. Edward Baptist Newton, in Sussex, [ex S.J., 
at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk]. 

* Mother Prioress of New Hall gives this as " 1786. Nov. 5. Catharine, 
Mother Mary Benedict Berington, C.R.S.S., at Liege, aged about 40." 

f This is the earliest of J. P. Coghlan s Directories at the British Museum. 
There are earlier numbers of those printed by James Marmaduke. Both are 
catalogued under Ephemerides, " PP. 2484. 0." 



30 " LAITY S DIEECTOEY " OBITUARIES. 

June 11. R. Bernard Stafford, at T[h]ame Park, [ex S.J.]. 

June 12. R. Thomas Angler, at Norwich, [ex S.J.]. 

Sept. 17. R. Ignatius Blyde, at Liege, [ex S.J.]. 

Nov. 13. R. Peter Westby, at S[c]holes. [ex S.J.]. 



1787. Sep. 10. R. D. [Bertram] Maurus Bullmer, O.S.B., Orm- 

skprk]. [? 1788, aged 74 circa]. 

1788. Jan. 6. R. F. Edward Leadbitter, O.S.D., Selby. [alias 

Burgis, age 41, prof. 18, Palmer]. 
Feb. 4. R. F. [Robert] Peter Robson, O.S.D., Wooburn. 

[Lower Lodge, age 45, prof. 21, Palmer]. 
Sep. 30. R. F. Bonaventure Kilday, O.S.F., Brussfells]. 
[LAY BROTHERS.] 

1787. Sep. Lay Brother Francis Vercautren, O.S.D., at Born- 

hem, [prof. 28 Jan. 1755, Palmer]. 

Nov. 5. Lay Brother Daniel Spencer. Aged 56. Rel. 36. 
O.S.F., Aire. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1788. Mar. 13. Sister Mary Magdalene Jackson. O.S.D., at Brus 

sels, [prof. 1783]. 
28. Sist. Mary Beatrix Stone. Age 38. Rel. 21. 3 

O.S.F., at Bruges. 
June 14. Moth. [Alice] Aloysia Anderson. Age 74. Rel. 52. 

3 O.S.F., at Bruges. 
Sep. 4. Moth. [Mary] Xaveria Webbe. Age 76. Rel. 61 

[? 60]. 3 O.S.F., Bruges. 
22. Moth. Theresa Clare Wood. Age 77. Rel. 60. 

3 O.S.F., Bruges. 
Oct. 23. Sister Clementine Paston. Age 58. [rel. 33] 3 

O.S.F., Bruges. 
1787. Oct. 17. Lay Sister Helen Joseph Ainsworth. Age 26, 

professed 3. 3 O.S.F., Bruges. 

As there are no doubt many Omissions in the Decease of Religious, 
whose Communities being distant from the Printer have seldom an oppor 
tunity of giving due information, or having done so by private conveyance 
has never been received, J. P. Coghlan requests therefore, that each House 
will, by the end of October at furthest, send a compleat List of all who have 
died in the preceding year from the same Month, and never later ; by which 
means they will not be deprived of the many Suffrages, which of all Charities 
is the most benevolent and meritorious, as it affords not only acquaintance 
but others a means of voluntarily contributing to the eternal peace of those, 
who will most certainly remember them when arrived in their celestial abode. 

LAY PERSONS. 

1787. Oct. 24. Richard William Stack, M.D. 
Nov. 9. Mr. Stephen Vache. 

19. Henry Howard, Esq. 

1788. Jan. 11. Mr. Thomas Ratcliff. 

14. Walter Smythe, Esq. 

Lady Catharine Bellasyse. 

Mar. 7. Lord Caryll, at Dunkirk. [John Baptist, 3rd and 
last, aged 74]. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY * OBITUARIES. 31 

16. Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy. 
Apr. 5. Mrs. Jane Bourke. 

12. Mr. James Marmaduke* the Catholic Bookseller. 
14. Joseph Webbe, Esq. 

Mrs. Catharine Scarplain. 
June 7. Robert Butler, Esq. 
16. Mr. Stephen Dillon. 
July 20. John Lynch French, Esq. 

30. Mr. James Sherratt. 
Aug. 6. Mr. Peter Lyon. 

Mrs. Anne Fowler. 
Sep. 7. Mr. Joseph Carpue. 

13. Mrs. Anne, (Relict of Dr.) Stack. ^J 
29. Mrs. Frances Edwards. 1? 

Oct. 3. Mr. Archibald McMillan, at Cahors in France. 
9. Joseph, Prince of Brasil. 

18. Mrs. Catharine Pieret. 

19. Mrs. Elizabeth Watkins. 
22. Mrs. Anne Maria Doughty. 
28. John Kempson, Esq. 

To promote the pious and important intention of those who have Bills 
[Mortuary Cards] for their deceased Friends printed and de 
livered to the Chapels in London by J. P. Coghlan } he will 
insert the same in all future Directories every year. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1790. 

1789. Feb. 4. Rev. Mr. Edward Ball, Aire, in Artois.f 
Mar. 11. Rev. Mr. John Sheppard,J London. 



1789. Mar. 1. Rev. Mr. James Dennett, Bury St. Edmunds. 

[ex S.J.] 

Apr. 23. Rev. Mr. Allanus L Aunoy. Age 89. Liege, [ex S. J.] 
30. Rev. Mr. William Molyneux. Brina (Lancashire, 

aged 62.) [ex S.J.]. 

May 1. Rev. Mr. Raymond Harris (vere Hormasa), Liver 
pool (oet. 47). [ex S.J.]. || 

21. Rev. Mr. John (Poyntz alias) Price, [ex S.J.] 
Age 80, Liege. 

* James Marmaduke was the publisher of the first " Laity s Directories " 
from 1759. After Coghlan had appropriated the title in 1773, the former 
continued his work as " The Original Laity s Directories " until his death, 
the two annuals running concurrently. The only copies of Marmaduke s 
at the British Museum are for 1768, 1769, 1770, 1773, 1774 and 1785 to 1788. 
Like Coghlan s they are catalogued under Ephemerides, PP. 2484. C ; but 
they contain no obituary lists. Monsignor Ward informs me that the earliest 
at Old Hall is for 1765. See further in Gillow s Diet. Eng. Catholics, iv., 462. 

t Kirk says that Edward Ball alias Worthington died 16 Feb. 1789, at 
St. Omers, oet. 71. 

t Kirk says J. Shepherd b. 19 Feb. 1714, & d. 11 March, 1789, in the 
74th year (sic). 

Foley says S.J. d. at Brinn, i.e. at Bryn. 

See Liverpool Registers (O.R.S., 188-190). 



32 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

July 16. Rev. Mr. Francis Scarisbrick. Age 88. Liege, [ex 
S.J.]. 

1788. July 2. Dom. Cyprien Barnwell, O.S.B., Lambspring. 
1784. July 4. Dom. (Robert) Bede Scott, O.S.B., Lambspring 

(circa 46, Snow). 

1789. Feb. 24. Lay Brother Lewis Wilson, O.S.F., Douay. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1787. Feb. 9. Sister [Frances] Justina Huddlestorie. Age 78. 
Rel 60. O.S.A., Bruges. 

1787. Deo. 14. Mother Mary Bernard Plowden, Leige. 
[1788. Jan. 25.] Mother Felicitas Cockran [Corcoran], Leige. 

1788. Mar. 27. Mother Catharine Joseph Hawardin. Age 64, 

Rel. 47. O.S.C., Dunkirk. 
July 10. R. Dom. Caecilia Collings. Age 72. Rel. 51. 

O.S.B., Gant. 
[Dec. 29.] Mother Monica Emmot, Leige. 

1789. Dec. 27. R. M. Mary Hyacinth Wilkinson, Ex Prioress, 

O.S.D., Brussels, [prof. 1759.] 
Jan. 17. Dame Mary Xaviere Sims. Age 53. Rel. 32. 

O.S.B., Paris [vere Rachel Mary Xaveria 

Semmes, C.E.S., ix. 398]. 
Mar. 1. Lady Abbess [Isabella] Agnes Ingleby, Jubilaria, 

O.S.B., Cambray. [aged 81]. 
Mar. 6. Dame [sic, Sister Jane] Barbara Haydock, O.S.A., 

Lou vain. 
Apr. 26. Sister [Elizabeth] Ursula Clough. Aged 83, Rel. 

66. O.S.A., Bruges. 

1788. Mar. 26. Lay Sister Helen Blevin. Age 81, Rel. 54. 

O.S.A., Bruges. 

Dec. 23. Lay Sister Mary Baptist Baxter. Age 90, Rel. 
68. O.S.C., Dunkirk. 

1789. Mar. 9. Lay Sister Altesia Kitchen, O.S.D., Brussels. 

[prof. 1763.] 

[1788. Dec. 27.] Lay Sister [Elizabeth] Barbarina [Van Dooren] 
Jubfilarian], O.S.A., Lou vain. 
LAY PERSONS. 

1788. Nov. 12. Mrs. Constantia Smith. 

Dec. 11. James Macnamara, Esq., Hammersmith. 

13. His Catholic Majesty, Charles III. of Spain. 
18. Mr. Thomas Dempsey. 
25. Mrs. Ann Byland. 

1789. Jan. 1. Mrs. Susannah Vendermeulin. 

13. Mrs. Hanah Stapeler. Age 77; of which She lived 
56 Years Servant in one Family, a Pattern 
of Stability and Affection ; revered by her 
employers, who desired this Insertion to inspire 
others, who are in that line of Life, to copy 
such a Model of Attachment and Fidelity. 



OBITUARIES. 33 

Febu. 4. Mrs. Ann Molineux. 

7. George Talbot, Esq., Buxton Wells. 
27. Mrs. Elizabeth Daniel Age 47. More Place. 
Mar. 11. George Silvertop, Esq. Age 85. Stella Hall. 

Northumberland]. 

Thomas Riddel, Esq., Swinborn Castle. North 
[umberland]. 

Mrs. Eccleston, Cowley Hill, Lancashire]. 
18. Edward Walsh, Esq., Alnwick. Northumberland]. 
Apr. 23. Mrs. Ann Fletcher, Queen-Street, Bloomsbury. 

24. Mrs. Csecilia Stevens. Age 77. 
May 9. Mrs. Mary Plunkett, London. 

23. Thomas Ecclestone, Esq. Age 77. Ecclestone 

Hall, Lancashire. 
June 1. Mrs. Mary Johnson. 

12. Mrs. Elizabeth Giller [Gillow], Hammersmith. 
Aug. 6. Mrs. Ann Smith. Age 80. London. 
12. Mrs. Henrietta Tuite, age 47, Chelsea. 

SUPPLEMENT TO THE OBITUARY 1789.* 

[CLERGY.] 
1789. Oct. 10. Rev. Mr. John Carter, at Newhouse, Holdforth, 

near Preston, Lancashire. 

1789. Apr. 21. R. D. Alexander Galliart. Age 82, Relig. 61, 
Priest 56. Jubilarian 12. St. Bartins, at 
St. Omers. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 
1789. Oct. 24. Dame Henrietta Strickland. Age 60, Profes. 39, 

O.S.B., Dunkirk. 

1789. Mar. 6. Lay Sister Mary Joseph Vanden Wyngaert. 
Aged 68. Relig. 43. O.S.T., Lierre. 
LAY PERSONS. 

1789. Jan. 25. Miss Frances Witham, Cliff. 
Mar. 27. Mrs. Mary Moliere ") 

29. Madame Maestro de Negrete > Lierre. 
Apr. 23. Mrs. Anna Maria Sloteman s 3 
Sep. 2. Mr. George Palethrop. Age 53. London. 
Oct. 13. Mrs. Letitia Kelly. 

[A slip has been attached to the end of this book saying.} 

Since this DIRECTORY went to Press, DIED. 1789, 

November 14. R. M. Ann Aspinel, for several 

Years Superior of the Bar-House. At YORK. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1791. 
CLERGY. 

1790. Jan. 26. The Right Rev. and Hon. Dr. James Talbot, 

Lord Bishop of Birtha, and Vicar Apostolic 

* Printed 13 pages after those for 1889 in the Directory for 1890, as above. 



34 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

V A 

for the London District, in the 64th year of 
his Age, at his House in Hammersmith, and 
buried in the Church of that Town. 

Feb. 19. The Rev. Dr. John Eyre, at Sheffield, Yorkshire. 

Apr. 30. Rev. Mr. John Bradshaw, at Ugthorp, Yorkshire. 

May 17. The Right Rev. Dr. Matthew Gibson, Bishop of 
Comana, and Vicar Apostolic for the Northern 
District, at Stella hall Northumberland. 
(Buried at Newburgh, near Hexham.) 

Aug. 23. The Rev. Dr. Joseph Strickland, at Stonor, Oxon. 

1789. Nov. 21. Rev. Mr. Joseph Edesford, Exeter, [ex S.J.]. 

1790. Jan. 25. Rev. Mr. George Knight, [at Courtfield] Mon- 

mouth. [ex S.J.]. 
May 11. Rev. Ignatius Matthews, Newtown, Maryland. 

[ex S.J.]. 
1790. Jan. 5. R. F. (John) Vincent Teesdale (Teasdale), O.S.D. 

Jub., Bornham (cet. 88, prof. 67, pr. 63). 
Feb. 27. R. F. Francis Bourke, O.S.F., London. 
Mar. 12. D. (Richard) Peter Walmesley, O.S.B. Jub., 

Douay (circa 73, Snow). 
Aug. 20. D. Thomas Walsh (Welch), Age 64, O.S.B., 

Cambray. 

Sept. 5. Mr. Joseph Waterhouse, Collegian, Valadolid, 
Spain. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1789. Nov. 14. R. M. Ann Aspinel [Aspinall], Abbess [sic] of the 

Bar [Convent; I.B.V.M.] York. 

Nov. 20. R. M. Ann Maxwell, the above Lady s Successor, 
who being united in Life was almost in 
separable in Death [I.B.V.M]. 
16. Sister Mary Francis Stoner, Age 71, O.S.C., 

Rouven. [Rouen]. 
Sister Mary Magdalen, O.S.C., Aire, Artois. 

1790. Feb. 7. Sister Frances Sales Fitzherbert, Age 41, (Rel. 

23.), 3 O.S.F., Bruges. 

LAY PERSONS. 

1789. Oct. 16. Lady Mary Mannock, Age 75, Bath. 

Oct. 30. Albert Silvertop, Esq. Age 75, of which he was 

Blind 50, Newcastle. 
Dec. 3. Mrs. Mary Winter, London. 

23. Mr. Robert Fleetwood, London. 

1790. Jan. 12. Mrs. Elleanora Milner, Age 74, Gosport. 

; 13. Mr. John Gaittait, London. 

16. Mrs. Mary Josepha Chabert. 

17. Mr. Robert Buckhurst, Colliers Inn, Herts. 

30. Mr. John De Bruyn, Age 24, London. 

31. Mrs. Margaret Boswell, Age 46, Kent. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 35 

Feb. 7. Captain Nicholas Hagan, London. 

11. Mrs. Lucy Foresta, Age 73, London. 
Mar. 6. Mrs. Henry Jordan, London. 

20. Frances Lady Brown, Age 77, Londfon]. 

25. Mrs. Bridget Buchannan, Winchester. 

27. Mrs. Elizabeth Maddison, Age 83, Hammersmith. 

May 20. Robert Barnes, Esq., Bridport, Dors[et]. 

21. Mrs. Mary Parkenson, Age 81, London. 
June 11. Mrs. Margaret Farmin, Age 46. 

26. Mr. Joseph Fogg, Age 31, Bayswater. 

27. Mr. [sic] Esther Maria Walsh, Byfleet, Surry. 
July 30. Mr. Barney Thornton, Age 52, Londfon]. 
Aug. 7. Mrs. Hannah Warren, Hammersmith. 

Sept. 11. Mrs. Elisabeth Nicolas, London. 
23. Mrs. Sarah Lucas, Warwickshire. 
Oct. 6. Mrs. Elizabeth Lucas, London. 



LAITY S DIRECTORY 1792. 
CLERGY. 

1790. Oct. [30] Rev. Joa. [John] Gage, Bury St. Edmunds, [ex 

S.J.]. 
Nov. 9. Rev. James Johnson, Pontop[-]hall. 

12. Rev. Thomas Sanders, Worcester, [ex S.J.]. 
Rev. Nich. Sanderson, Alnwick. [ex S.J.]. 

1791. Jan. 26. Rev. Charles Cordell, Newastle, Northumberland. 
Jan. 30. Rev. Cornelius de Ridder, Confessor to the Eng 
lish Carmelite Nuns, at Lierre. 

Mar. 16. Rev. Peter Andrew Soris. 

Apr. 7. Rev. Thomas Penswick, Wycliff. 

May 11. Rev. George Shuttleworth, (at Hodsock Park), 

Derbyshire. 

July 2. Rev. William Anstead, Woolhampton, Berks. 
July 3. Rev. Francis Kennedy, Rouen. 
1791. Mar. 24. R. F. Joseph Needham, Exprovin[cial]. Jub. 

Age 74, Relig. 58, Priest 50. O.S.F., London. 
July 31. R. D. (Alexander) Benedict Catteral, O.S.B., 

Paris. 

1790. Nov. 3. William Carrington, Collegian at Rome. 

Dec. Robert Tucker, Liege, Lay Brother, [ex S.J.J. 

1791. Aug. Daniel, at Douay. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 
1789. June 7. Sister Winifride Galveer, aged 48, Relig. 19. 

O.S.B., Brussels. 
Nov. 22. R. Mother Clare Bond, Prioress of the English 

Benedict Dames at Paris. 

Dec. 8. Sister Mary Potts, age 77, Religious 44. O.S.B., 
Brussels. 



36 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

1790. Aug. 27. Sister Margaret Van Izam [vere Hamme, lay- 

sister], age 71, Relig. 48, O.S.A., Louvain. 
Oct. 17. Sister Mary Agnes Banstats, age 62, Religious 

42, O.S.T. Hoogstraet. 
Nov. 29. Mother Mary Stanislaus Scarisbrick, age 77, 

Relig. 60. 3 O.S.F., Princenhoff, Bruges. 
Dec. 3. Mother Mary Frances Segrave, jub., age 74, 

Relig. 56. O.S.D. Brussels. 
Dec. 21. Sister Ann Tunnis, age 54, Relig. 25, 0. S.A. 

Louvain [laysister]. 

1791. Feb. 6. Dame Catharine Sheldon, age 75, Relig. 52, 

O.S.B., Ghent. 
May 30. Dame Scholastica Rozer, age 44, Relig. 23, 

O.S.B., Brussels. 

July Sister Frances Chichester, O.S.A., Leige.* 
Aug. 31. Dame Romana Foxe, age 61, Relig. 38, O.S.B., 

Brussels. [? Aug. 27]. 
LAY PERSONS. 

1790. Aug. 15. Mr. Thomas Taylor, George-row, Islington. 

16. MJS. Elizabeth Taylor, Wife of the above. 

Oct. 11. Marmaduke Cuthbert Tunstall, Esq., Wyclif[fe]. 

Dec. 14. Mrs. Elizabeth Weld, age 81, Brussels]. 

15. William Berington, Esq., Essex. 

16. Miss Ann Tyte. 

20. Mrs. Sarah Landas. 

1791. Jan. 7. Mr. Michael Belange, age 42. 

28. John Lawson, Esq., age 69. 
30. Mrs. Rebecca Joyce. 

Feb. 18. Mrss. Eleonora Langton, age 26, Bruges. 
22. Mrs. Ann Lilly, age 76. 

22. Mrs. Eleonora Gratten, age 76, Tunbridge wells. 
28. Mrs. Frances Darley, age 84, Featherstone, York. 
28. Mr. Matthew Fagan, age 31. 

Mar. 17. Mrs. Mary Teresa Ann Monge. 

23. Mr. John Taylor, Devonshire-street. 
Apr. 11. Mrs. Mary Dolan, age 26. 

May 2. Mrs. Henrietta Maria Heather, age 27. 

4. Mr. George Smith, of Bulstrode-street, age 80. 

11. Mrs. Francis Andrade, age 31. 
July 2. Mrs. Armanda Kirby. 

Aug. 2. Miss Maria Eugenia Eleonora Blount. 

6. Mrs. Eliza Webbe Weston, Sutton- place [Surrey.] 

12. Mrs. Winifred Needham, Brussels. 
Aug. 19. Mrs. Mary Bromfield. 

20. Mrs. Mary Waldgrave, age 68. 
26. Sir Thomas Gerrard, Bart. Leige. 
Sept. 8. Mr. William Pemberton, age 43, Long-acre. 
Jeremiah Strickland, Esq. 

^Mother Prioress of New Hall says this should be, 1791. Apr. 12. Sister 
Catherine Joseph-Sales Chichester, C.B.S.S., at Liege. 



" LAITY S DIRECTOBY * OBITUARIES. 37 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1793. 

CLERGY. 

1792. Jan. Rev. Mr. John Hurst, Sc[a]risbrick, Lancashire. 

Feb. 22. Rev. Mr. John Fuller, Douay. 

28. The Rev. Dr. Charles Howard, late President of 
the English Seminary at Paris, S. Omers. 
May 16. Rev. Mr. John Orme, Buckland, Berkshire. 
July 17. Rev. Mr. Arthur Vaughan, Harvington, Wor 
cester. 

Sep. 20. R. Mr. Peter Pendergest, White-Street, More- 
fields. 



1792.[?]0ct.23. Rev. John Sales, Lancashire, [at Furness, ex S. J.]. 
[1792.] Jan. 5. Rev. T[homas] Walmesley, Rix[t]on. [ex S. J.]. 
April 4. Rev. C[harles] Neville, Bristol, [ex S.J.]. 

12. Rev. John Thorpe, Rome, [ex S.J.]. 
May 2. Rev. Joseph Howe, Northumberland, [ex S.J., at 

Horsley]. 

May 4. The Hon. Rev. Robert Dormer, [ex S.J., Here 
fordshire]. 



1792. Mar. 22. R. D. [George] Edmund Ducket [t], O.S.B., Lane. 

(at Hindley, on 24, Snow). 
May 23. R. F. John (Thomas) Kimberley, O.S.D., London 

(set. 59). [prof, at Bornhem 1761.] 
June 16. R. D. [John] Gregory Watkinson, O.S.B., Middle- 

ton-Lodge, Yorkshire. 

Aug. 17. R. F. Richard Firth, Vic. Prov. D.C., Age 76, 
Relig. 50, Tongar [Tongres ?]. 

[LAY BROTHERS.-} 
1792. Mar. 20. Brother Thomas Padbury. [ex S.J., at Bruges, on 

29th, aged 77 circa] *. 

Mar. 22. Brother Joseph Rotiers, O.S.D., Age 70, Relig. 
42. Bornham. 

[.STUDENT.] 

Sep. 2. Cornelius Ledwell, Student in Philosophy, Douay 
Col. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1791. Oct. 29. Sister Frances Agnes Carpue, Ags 66, Relig. 48, 

3 O.S.F., Princenhoff, Bruges. 

1792, Jan. 6. Dame Frances Bodenham, Age 79, Relig. 60, Jub 

10, O.S.B., Brussels. 
Jan. 13. Sister Mary Raphel of Divine Providence, O.S.T. 

Age 84, Relig. 65, Jub. 15, Hoogstraet. 
Jan. 31. Lay Sister Mary Collet Blundell, Age 92, Religious 

72, O.S.C., Rouen. 
Feb. 10. Lay Sister Tecla Hampson, Age 54, O.S.A., 

Bruges. 

* Mother Prioress of Bruges says that, after the suppression of the Jesuits, 
Thomas Padbury was a domestic for 18 years at that house ; and was buried 
at St. Anne s on 1st April, Palm Sunday. 



38 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Mar. 28. Dame Mary Benedict Reddy, Age 71, Relig. 38, 

O.S.B., Brussels. 
Mar. 30. Sister Margaret Littlewood, Age 80, Relig. 44, 

O.S.B., Brussels. 
Mar. 30. Dame Ann Benedict Jones, Age 54, Relig. 17, 

O.S.B., Paris. 

Apr. 11. Sister [Jane] Apolloma West, Age 83 [85], Reli 
gious 61, 3 O.S.F., Princenhoff, Bruges. 
May 6. Mother Mary Winefred Ann Stafford, Age 66, 

Religious 50, 3 O.S.F., Paris. 
Aug. 2. Dame Catharine Throckmorton, Jub., O.S.B.,* 

Cambray. 
Aug. 3. Lady Abbess Dame Christiana Hooke, Jub., 

O.S.B., Cambray. 
Aug. 28. Sister Frances Mary Benedict Halford, O.S.D., 

Age 36, Relig. 10, Brussels. 
LAY PERSONS. 

1790. Oct. 29. Mr. John Johnson, Surgeon, at Birmingham. 
Dec. 8. Thomas Langdale, Esq., Age 77, London. 

1791. July 11. Mr. John Lloyd. 

Aug. 12. Mrs. Winefride Sherwood Needham, Brussels. 
Sep. 8. Mr. William Pemberton. 
Oct. 1. George Bowden, Esq. 

6. James Butler, Esq. 

31. Mrs. Mary Chichester, in Childbed, Arlington, 

Devonshire. 
Nov. 2. Mrs. Elizabeth Stringfellow. 

7. Mrs. Mary Louisa Giannelli, Age 47, Snow-hill, 

London. 

7. Mrs. Esther Thrift, Age 70, Hammersmith. 

8. Mr. Joseph Budd, Age 22, London. 

10. Mrs. Anna Maria McMahan, at Masuchiputam, 

East Indies. 
15. Miss Ruth Ellis. 
Dec. 8. Mrs. Elizabeth Longuesti, Age 69. 

8. Sir Robert Throckmorton, Bart., Age 98, Buck- 

land, Berks. 

18. Mrs. Jane Oliver, Age 70. 
21. Mr. Peter Dumollin. 

1792. Jan. 8. Mr. John Joseph Scarpelain, Age 54, London. 
26. Thomas Eyre, Esq., of Hassop, [at] Nice. 
18. Mrs. Margaret Burke, Age 36, Lond[on]. 
Feb. 5. Michael Blount, Esq., Age 73, Maple-Durham, 
Berkshire. 

9. Mr. Angus Macdonald, Age 34, Lond[on]. 
18. John Prujean, Esq., Hampstead, Middlesex. 

*This should be Sister Catherine Joseph Throckmorton, an Augustian 
of Paris ; but she spent many of the last years ofher life with the Benedictiones 
at Cambrai, where she died. She is conjectured to have been aged 97 ( C.R.S., 
xiii., 73). 



" LAITY* S DIRECTORY >? OBITUARIES. 39 

Mar. 2. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Smith. 

8. Mrs. Ann Orrell, Blackbrook, Lane. 

10. Miss Mary Ann O Connell, Age 15, Brussells. 

21. Henry Stoner, Esq., Age 52, San Lucar, Spain. 

26. Thomas Eyre, Esq., of Hassop, [at] Nice. 

27. Miss Angelica Benomi [Bono mi], Age 13, Great 

Titchfield-street, London. 

Apr. 17. Mrs. Vanderschuren, Age 76, Brussels. 
Apr. 19. Mrs. Mary Nutt, Birmingham. 
May 29. Sir William Stanley, Bart., London. 
June 2. Mr. Arthur Nelson. 

30. Mrs. Jane Macnamarrah. 

30. Mr. Edward Carpue. 
July 11. Christopher MacEvoy. Esq. 

18. Mr. James Hignett. 

19. Mrs. Dorothy Davis, Age 53. 

20. Mr. James Wilson, St. Pancras. 

Aug. 14. Richard Tempest, Esq., at Broughton, in Holder- 
ness [vere in Craven], Yorkshire. 

Aug. 17. William Pulton, Esq. 

19. James Hollagen, Age 19. 

27. Mrs. Elizabeth Hoyland. 

Sept. 16. Mrs. Mary Shee, London. 

29. Andrew Matthew, Esq., of Southampton-Row, 

Age 81. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1794. 

A GENERAL OBITUARY OF THE CLERGY who have died from NOVEMBER 
1779 to OCTOBER 1793, containing a space of 13 years. 

[Here follows a list of about 196 priests, the greater part appearing 
in earlier Directories. No useful purpose can be served by 
their repetition here. The following however seem to be addi 
tional. The fi-rst five are printed consecutively as below.] 

1784. July 23. R. George Kirby, London. 

1783. Nov. 19. R.Peter Morris, Maryland. [? J.Morris, ex S.J.,Dec.] 

1784. Jan. 7. R. Henry Brent, Irnham. [ex S.J., 9th.] 

30. R. Thomas JFalkner. [ex S.J., at Plowden.] 
Mar. 16. R. James Stuart, Liege, [vere Maxwell, ex S.J.] 

1791. Nov. 29. R. James Mills, Maryland. 

[The Directory for 1794 then seems to continue the usual entries 
received for the edition as follows.] 

1792. Oct. 9. R. Robert Bullen, Yorkshire. 

Dec. 16. R. Charles Conyers Gastaldie, Count of the 
Sacred Roman Empire, Canon of St. Peters 
at Rome. 

Dec. 23. R. Francis Blundel, at Stoninghurst. 
30. R. Pierce Parry. 

1793. Jan. 3. R. Edward Kitchen, late President of the Eng 

lish College at Douay, Lartington. 



40 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

June 8. R. William Penington, Roberthall. 

Sept. 7. R. Anthony Clough, Oscot, near Birming[ham]. 



1792. Dec. 27. R. John Jenison, Liege, [ex S.J.]. 

1793. Jan. 3. R. Sir Alexander Strachan, Liege, [ex S.J.]. 

9. R. Peter Poole, London. [? Pooke, ex S.J.]. 
Feb. 17. R, Thomas Mercer [,] Wardour. [ex S.J., ? 24th.] 
Mar. 17. R. Thomas Nandyke, Yarm, Yorkshire, [ex S.J.]. 
Mar. 31. R. Thomas Cuerden, West by [Scholes, Jesuit 

list], Lane, [ex S.J., ? 30th] 
May 7. R. James Garden, London, [ex S.J.]. 
1792. R. F. Angelas Revenhill, O.S.F., Lower Hall, 

Lancashire. 

1792. Apr. 28. R. D. Hugo [Jerome] Heatley, O.S.B., Bath. 
Nov. 15. R. D. [John] Jerome Berry, O.S.B., Lane. 

1793. Jan. 27. R. D. John Fisher, Jub., Age 84, O.S.B., Dieu- 

louard, Lorrain. 

Let Catholics view this obituary, and say has a return of Clergy been 
equal! but does not the present state of our Establishments Abroad, forebode 
a greater diminution. 

LAY BROTHERS. 

1792. Sept. 12. William Tartar, Blandyke. [ex S.J.]. 
Nov. 3. Joseph Blyde, Wardour. [ex S.J.]. 
Dec. 27. Joa Dufour, St. Omers. [? John Du Trour, ex 
S.J.]. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1792. Feb. 20. Lay Sister Dorothy Clare Hoole, O.S.C., age 67, 

Relig. 30, Graveline. 
July 5. Sister Teresa Boswell, O.S.Bridget, age 37, Relig. 

15, Lisbon. [Sion House]. 
Sept. 30. Sister Mary Elizabeth Kirby, O.S.B., age 29, 

Relig. 7, Paris. 
Oct. 30. R. M. Abbess [Mary] Clare Knight, O.S.B., age 

52, Relig. 35, Cambray. 
Nov. 23. Sister Mary Ann Teresa Dalton, O.S.T., age 51, 

Relig. 31, Lierre. 

Dec. 12. Sister [Clare] Coleta Knight, 3 O.S.F., age 53, 
Relig. 35 [35], Princenshoff. 

1793. Jan. 6. Sister Teresa Joseph Wharton, Native Maryland, 

O.S.T., age 70, Relig. 43, Lierre. 
7. Sister Agnes Norris, O.S.B., age 59, Relig. 36, 

Paris. 
17. Sister Martha Whitside, O.S.A., age 55, Relig 

25, Louvam. [laysister]. 
Feb. 27. Sister Mary Ann Harrison, O.S.Bridget, age 76, 

Relig. 37, Lisbon. [Sion House]. 
Apr. 3. Sister Clare Haylock, O.S.C., Aire, Artois. 
Apr. 4. R. M. Martha Englefield, 3 O.S.F., age 82, Relig. 

65, Princenhoff, Bruges. 

10. Sister Mary Agnes Morgan [,] Con versa, O.S.B., 
age 60, Relig. 42, Dunkirk. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 4i 

12. R. M. S[ub-]Prioress [Peregrine] Anastatia Short, 
O.S.A., Louvain. [aged 65, rel. 44]. 

30. S. Agnes Bussekere [de Beusschere], Conversa 

O.S.A., age 75, Relig. 50, Louvain. 

May 29. S. M. Mary Clementine Ann Sackville, 3 O.S.F. 
age 83, Relig. 61, Paris. 

31. Ven. Sister Teresa, of Jesus, Mary and Joseph, 

Mary Poole, of the ancient Family of C.P., 
O.S.T., age 97, Relig. 80, Lierre. 

[Apr. 1.] Lay Sister Mary Martine Bilby [Bibby], O.S.B 
age 84, Relig. 60, Jub., Paris. 
LAY PERSONS. 

1792. Feb. 22. Edward Chapman Bird, Esq., Westminster. 
Sep. 12. Mrs. Letitia Nocks, Preston, Lane. 

24. Mr. Stephen Tanswell, age 73, St. Pancras. 
Oct. 3. Mrs. Catherine Scrimshire. 
Oct. 13. Mrs. Mary Ann Hill, aged 83, Prince George s 

County, Maryland. 

17. Edward Willoughby, Esq., age 65, Asply. 
Nov. 18. John Wright, Esq., aged 52. 

24. Rt. H. Lady Constantia Langdale, London. 

James Willoughby, Esq., East Indies. 
Dec. 27. Mrs. Bridget Douglass, Mother of the Bishop, 
age 8[?],* London. 

1793. Jan. 1. Joseph Blount, Esq., age 40, Lyons. 

15. Hugh Lord Clifford, Munich. 

15. Mrs. Elizabeth Foxhall. 

16. Miss Caroline Potter, age 28. 
19. Mrs. Ann Langhorne, London. 

22. Mrs. Margaret Mathews, age 79, Brook- Green. 
26. Edward Horsley Widdrington Riddle [Riddell], 
Esq., Stella-Hall. 

30. Mr. Thomas Kirk. 

Feb. 1. Mrs. Charles Tilbury, age 44, Midhurst. 

8. Miss Mary Catharine Weston. 

22. Mr. Matthew Heskey [Haskey], age 63, Assendon, 
Mar. 4. Mrs. Elizabeth Morrel, Slindon. 

31. Mrs. Margaret Leighton, age 59. 

Apr. 27. William Colegrave, Esq., age 66, Brompton. 

30. Mr. Richard Woods, age 77, Brentwood. 
May 2. Hon. Ann Fairfax, Gilling- Castle, Yorksh. 

23. Mrs. Mary Cotham, age 56. 

June 24. Mr. Thomas Booker, Catholic Bookseller, New 

Bond-Street. 

July 12. Mrs. Mary Cranmer, Tixal. 
July 29. Joseph Barrett, Esq. 
Aug. 16. Mrs. Hannah Gillow. 

* The second figure is illegible. 



42 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

[On the tenth page following come these with Christian names angli 
cised.] 

OBITUARY of the FRENCH CLERGY who have died in England since 
their exile in September 1792. 

1792. Oct. 28. R. R. Lord Bishop of Condom. 

R. Nicolas Cocatrix. 

30. R. John Baptist Nicolas Pecquet. 
Nov. 10. R Charles Benjamin Mortier. 

16. R. Peter Thomas Bailleul. 

18. R. Peter Buers. 
Dec. 11. R. Francis Piel. 

16. R. Benedict Hyacinth Deschamps. 

18. R. Peter Andrew Croquette. 

19. R. Peter Anthony Triquet. 

1793. Feb. 8 R. Le Vasseur. 
Mar. 10. R. John Francis Langlois. 

13. R. Anthony Stephen Bertrand. 
18. James Louis Carriere Gomlan, Doct. of Sorbonne, 
Vic. Gen., Montpellier. 

27. R. William Nicholas Berne. 

28. R. John Eustache. 

29. R. Claude le Hot. 

30. R. Louis le Boucher. 
Apr. 15. R. Peter Nicholas Hamel. 

18. R. Francis Victor Tomblain. 

22. Giles Nicolle. 

R. Brisset, died at Winchester. 

R. Gaudin, do. 

26. R. John Francis Simon Guilbert. 
29. R. Giles Nicols. 
May 1. R. Michael Guerin de la Couture. 

R. Gabrial Veron.* 

R. Charles Folie. 

R. Jardin. 

R. Tranchaun. 

R. Thomas Phillip le Comte. 

R. John Chauvin. 

R. Michael Gilbert. 

R. le Frangois. 

R. Hellouin. 

10. R. Gabriel Veron. * 
24. R. William Francis le Metais. 

R. John Marin Duval. 
26. R. James Poignaut. 

R. Peter George Terret. 
June 10. R. Lewis Amuary. 

23. R. Nicholas Hucher. 
July 21. R. Peter Cauchies. 

*Query repetition. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY * OBITUARIES. 43 

Aug. 13. R. John Thomas Hypolithe Regnaud-Preville. 

R. Gabriel Roboam. 
26. R. John Coombes. 

R. Andrew Joseph Fourreau. 
29. R. Michael le Comte. 

29. R. John le Brim. 

R. Pigeon, at Winchester. 

R. Bertrand. 

R. Poniard Mausive of St. Omers. 

R. James Cocatrix, from Rouen. 

R. Louis Martin Le Francois, from do. 

R. John Duval, do. 

R. Anthony Le Vasseur. 

R. John Clement Beuzelin. 

R. Charles Nicholas Drely. 

R. Francis Barnaby Le Maire. 

R. Noel Stephen Lormoy. 

R. Francis Vion. 

R. Louis Anthony Pouchin. 

R. Armand Boivin. 

R. Armand Louis Sevestre. 

R. Le Cordier. 

R. Le Maitre, Evangeliste of the Cathedral of 

Mans. 

R. Cure de Martigne, Diocese of Mans. 
R. Cure de St. Quentin, ditto. 
R. Le Rouvillois[,] Cure Dioc. of Coutances. 
R. John Cocatrix. 
R. Le Moine. 

R. Marot. 

R. Loranee. 

R. Gallais. R.S. 

Though we have been informed more than one hundred and fifty French 
ecclesiastics have died since their exile, in England, Jersey, &c., no more than 
the above have come to our knowledge ; therefore, to prevent such a material 
omission for the time to come, J. P. COGHLAN, No. 37 DUKE STREET, GROS- 
VENOR SQUARE, will keep a register ready to receive an account of the deaths 
of such French ecclesiastics as shall be sent him, free of any expense, by the 
first day of September 1794, if so long they remain in England, in order to 
print their Obituary GRATIS, as this is done for the Directories. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1795. 

CLERGY. 

1793. Oct. 19. R. John Marsden, Chester. 

Nov. 12. R. William Hurst, (Confessor to [?] Nuns, Paris) 
Paris. 

30. R. John Williams, Monmouthshire. 

Dec. 17. R. Edward Hawarden, Wrightington, Lancash. 

1794. Apr. 3. R. M r John Busby, Grant ham, Lincolnshire. 
May 31. R. Peter Browne, London. 



44 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

July 8. R. John Cotes, Northumberland, [aged 94, Dir. 

1809]. 
R. William Hartley, Hainton, Lincolnshire. 



Some time in September. 

R. R. D r Aloysius Gresselt, Coad. elect to the 

Bishop of Baltimore, Philadelphia, [ex S.J.]. 

R. R. Fleming, O.S.D., Philadelphia. 

These two having exposed their persons in 

time of the late infectious sickness in America 

became martyrs to their charity. Both being 

intended for the Episcopal Dignity, their loss 

is much regretted. 

1793. R. Bernard Di[e]derick, Maryland, [ex S.J.]. 
Nov. 5. R. Thomas Nixon, Alnwick. [ex S.J.]. 

Dec. 16. R. Richard Knight, Lincoln, [ex S.J.]. 

1794. R. Augustine Jenison, S* Omers. [ex S.J.]. 

Feb. 21. R. Ludovicus Roels, Maryland. [Rowse, ex S.J.] 
Apr. 15. R. Raphael Hoskins, Brough. [ex S.J.]. 
May 15. R. Richard Turner, Salisbury [Morphy, ex S.J.] 
Sept. 7. R. Anthony Carrol, London, [ex S.J.]. 

1793. Oct. 2. R. F. Albert Jones, O.S.F., Bruges. 

15. R. D. Oswald Eaves, O.S.B., Brownedge, Lanca 
shire. 

1794. Mar. 17. R. F. Angelus Ingram, O.S.F., Baddesley, War 

wickshire. 
June 2. R. F. Patrick Donellan, O.S.D., D.D. of Lisbon 

and Rome, Richmond, Surry. 
R. D. Edmond Pen[n]ington, O.S.B., Liverpool, 

Lancashire. 

12. R. F. Charles Bullock, O.S.D., Louvain. 
4. R. Francis Mestinck, Vice-Prebend of S* Gudules 

at Brussels. 

[1794. Dec. 29.] When this Directory went to press it was reported 
Father Austin Wild, a Carm, had died at 
Cuba in his passage to Jamaica. [Ignatius 
Wylde, Dir. 1809]. 

l^p" Let the pious Catholic view this Obituary and say, has a return 
of their Clergy been equal to the diminution ? Has not the destruction 
of our establishments and the loss of the funds for training them up in France 
and Flanders, the terrefying prospect of depriving us of a succession ? To 
avoid so fatal a catastrophe, come generously forward and support your 
Ecclesiastical superiors, who are straining every nerve, with very limited 
means, to provide proper places, method, and persons, for a home educa 
tion ; though it is well known it will be attended with many difficulties, 
and a much greater expence than it cost abroad. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 
1793. Oct. 2. Lay Sister Helena Carbeson, O.S.B., Bodney. 

Age 29. Relig. 10. 

15. Lay Sister Catherine Brulier, O.S.B., Bodney. 
Age 47. Relig. 24. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 45 

22. Sister Beatrix Joseph Tranguenelle, of S* Teresa, 
a suppressed Carm of Douay. Age 48. Relig. 
27. at Liere. 
Dec. 11. Sister Mary Frances Tasburgh, O.S.A. Age 76. 

Bruges. 
20. Sister Charlotte Mary Bernard Searle, O.S.A. 

Age 38. Relig. 13. Louvain. 
1794. Feb. 5. Sister Mary Gertrude Clavering, O.S.A. Age 50. 

Bruges. 
Mar. 9. Sub-Prioress Mary Agnes Fermor, O.S.A. Age 

76. Paris. 
June 12. Dame Prioress Teresa Hodgson, O.S.B., Ghent. 

Dame Salis Eldridge, O.S.B., Ghent.* 
July 25. Sister [Elizabeth] Mary Baptist Barton, O.S.A. 

Age 73. Bruges. 

Aug. 10. Sister Mary Joseph Hunt, O.S.D. Age 27. Relig. 
5 years, at Brussels, but died in London. 

13. Dame Mary Ann O Reilly, of St. Stanislaus, 

O.S.B. Age 54. Relig. 35. Bodney. 
Sept. 13. Dame Barbara Amabile, O.S.B. Age 74. Relig. 

66 [sic]. Bodney. 
16. Mother Helen Mary Teresa Dennett, Regular 

Canoness of the Holy Sepulchre. Age 71 [69]. 

Relig. 50. late Liege, at London. 
Oct. 2. Sister Teresa Mary Wakeman, of the English 

Carrns from Antwerp, O.S.T. Age 78. Relig. 

55. Beckford. 

LAY PERSONS. 

1793. Feb. 27. M rs Margaret Gorman, at Liege. 

Mar. 29. James Fanning, Esq. Age 28. Emig, Brompton. 
May 19. M rs Thomas Witham, Headlam Hall, Durham. 
Oct. 13. M r Thomas Witham, Esq., same place. 

16. M r John Cook. Age 36. London. 
Nov. 1. M !S Ann Maria Cox. Age 51. 

20. M rs Catherine Paxton, at Durham. 
Dec. 8. M rs Georgiana Hamilton. 

Thomas Burke, Esq. 

12. M rs Mary Brown, M r George Brown, M r Richard 
Brown, M rs Ann Brown ; and 25 th February 
following, their mother Dorothy Brown, 
Cadley Moor, Lancashire. 

14. M rs Ann Clarkson. Age 37. 
16. M r John More, jun., Chester. 
30. M rs Elenora Walsh. 

1794. Jan. 10. M rs Margaret Fawcet. 

* Lady Abbess of Oulton says that Dame Salis Eldridge s death took 
place several years later, which seems difficult to understand. It will be 
noticed that no date is given. I can only suggest, as possible, That she may 
have signed, as vouching for its correctness, an obituary notice or list, and 
that her name was printed in error ? 



46 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

11. M rs Jane Hobson, Richmond, Yorkshire. 
Feb. 20. Capt. James Daniel, More-Place. 
Mar. 7. M rs Hannah Merioch Gabrielli. Age 32. 

20. M rs Mary Dawe. Age 45. 

Apr. 3. M rs Mary Ann Gostling. Age 65. Norwich. 
19. M r James Nelson. Age 84. Red-Lion-Street. 

21. M r William Jackes, Hampstead. 

June 13. M r James Rayment. Age 62. Worcester. 

19. R 1 Hon. Charlotte Lady Viscount Dillon, London. 
July 3. M rs Mary Magdalen Gregg. Age 62. London. 

6. M rs Elizabeth White. Age 75. 

Aug. 18. Benedict Van Baviere, Esq. Age 21. Secretary 
to the Spanish Consul at London, died at 
Dover. 

[2?]0. M r Joseph Catton. Age 81. Pocklington, York 
shire. 

22. M rs Elizabeth Hodskinson, Strand, London. 
Sept. M rs Mary Wade, Schoolmistress, S* George s 

Fields. 

12. M rs Elizabeth Caldwell. Age 35. London. 
25. Mrs. Mary Smith. Age 46. London. 
Oct. 6. Robert Doughty, Esq. Age 62. London. 

8. Mrs. Henrietta Maire, in her 90th year, late fro m 

Ghent, at Lartington. 
LISTE DES ECCLESIASTIQUES FRANCOIS MORTS EN 

ANGLETERRE EN 1793 ET EN 1794. 
En 1793. R. Michel Emanuel Hellion. 

R. Frederic Leon le Breton de Villeneuve. 

R. Pierre Fleury. 

R. Jean Fra^ois Provost. 

R. Julien Poutieul. 

R. Jean Cronier. 

R. Jean Marie Manul. 

R. Louis Alexandre le Mintier. 

R. Mathurin Anne Mauvaisin. 

R. Joseph le Page. 

R. Joseph le Bannier. 

R. Nicolas de la Moussais. 

R. Reni Travers. 

R. Fra^ois Mane. 

R. Jean Ma ie Marul. 

R. Jean Julien Durand. 

R. Servans Mordel. 

R. Mathieu Ameno. 

R. Francois le Monier. 

R. Pierre Rouges. 

R. Guillaume Goedar. 

R. Yves le Barbier. 

R. FranQois Foure. 

R. Nicolas Mehaute. 



OBITUARIES. 47 

R. Mathurin Riou. 

R. Nicolas Anne Borje. 

R. Jean de Pouchin. 

R. Yves Lolivier. 

R. Pierre le Mecer. 

R. Francois Flock. 

R. Pierre Louis le Gentilhomme. 

R. Julien Aubry. 

R. Jean Bohiere. 

R. Pierre Laurens Chantel. 

R. Charle Robers Romy. 

R. Pierre Vion. 

R. Philippes Jacque le Tulle.* 

R. Frangois Cassin. 

R. Jacques Barre. 

R. Pierre Jacque Fauvel. 

R. Jean Baptiste Jeroult. 

R. Philippes Jacque le Tulle.* 

R. Charles Frangois. 

R. Gilles Aubert. 

R. Guillaumes Troussel. 

R. Jacques Michel Asse. 

R. Armand Heber[t]. 

R. Marc Antoine le Grec. 

R. Jean Baptiste le Journot. 

R. Pierre Antoine du Brun. 

R. Alexandre Vincent. 

R. Louis Hilaire de Forges Bertrand des Minieres. 

R. Pierre Charles Nicolas Chefdeville. 

R. Adrien Lapert. 

R. Louis Toussains Maurizes. 

R. Jean Louis Polard. 

R. N Ameliac. 

R. N Le Gimble. 

R. N Gaudeuil. 

R. N Le Boussoniere. 

R. N Renault. 

R. N Deschams. 

R. N Fouquet. 

R. N Jardin. 

R. N Marc. 

R. N Lucas. 

R. N Lecos. 

R. N Tirard. 

R. N Danjou. 

R. N Retour. 

R. N Tables. 

R. N Laine. 

R. N Le Tellier. 

R N AlllOS. * Query the same. 



48 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

R. N Trenham. 

R. N Dudoues. 

R. N Le Noble. 

R. N Le Roy. 

R. N Guerard. 

R. N Feuillet. 

R. N Le Clerc. 

R. N Maillard. 

R. N Verrier. 

En 1794. R. Frangois Bernel. 

R. Joseph Jacques Jean de Frebourg. 

R. Jean Pivache la Chainais. 

R. Yves Le Grand. 

R. Jean Francois Olivier. 

R. Paul Francois de Loucelles. 

R. Jacques Le Fortier. 

R. Thomas Le Boutelier. 

R. Pierre Bedouin. 

R. Michel Gesnouin. 

R. Jean Francois Le Monier. 

R. Jean Pique. 

R. Maire Henry Renaut. 

R. Louis Duval. 

R. Noel Jerome Phillippe de Farges. 

R. Charles Thomas Roumy. 

R. Jean Clement Beuzelin. 

R. Frangois Vion. 

R. Frangois Augiistin Le Blond. 

R. Jean Baptiste Longuet. 

R. Jacques Benoit Samson. 

R. Charles Thomas Romy. 

R. Jean Louis Pierre Humelot. 

R. Antoine Augustiii Rene des Mazais. 

R. Alexandre Jean Lasseur. 

R. Thomas Frangois Bo main. 

R. Jacques Ambroise Goutiere. 

R. Louis Denis Gavory. 

R. Jean de Chassainge. 

R. Thomas Gergaud. 

R. Rene Manguit. 

R. N Carre. 

R. N Maree. 

R. N Renauld. 

R. N Huberdiere. 

R. N Gautier. 

R. N Bival. 

R. N Josset des Jardine. 

R. N Hanuche. 

R. N Fortin. 

R. N . . Aubert. 



OBITUARIES. 49 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1796. 

A LIST OF DEATHS which occurred during the confinement of the English in 
France, in which they experienced many severities, scanty allowances 
deprived of communicating by letters with their friends, or receiving any 
assistance from them their property confiscated for ever ; and threatened 
with death, for no other cause than being born subjects of England. 

It will be a satisfaction to hear that the Benedictin Dames of Paris, 
Pontoise, Dunkirk and Cambray, the Poor Clares of Graveline, Dunkirk and 
Rouen have been permitted to return to their native country, and have got 
establishments, except the latter. 

The houses remaining in France, of women, are at Paris, the Austin 
Dames, Conceptionists, and the Irish Benedictin Dames of Ypres Poor 
Clares of Aire and some few clergy and religious men. 

ENGLISH CLERGY. 
1794. July 24. M r Brettargh in prison, at Doullens. 

Dec. 29. R. Anthony Lowe, confined at Graveline. 

Oct. 31. Thomas Bray, Student of Douay College, aged 18 

RELIGIONS OF THE ENGLISH CONGREGATION OF ST. BENEDICT. 

1793. Oct. 19. D. [Francis] Beswick, at Paris. 

1794. Jan. 13. R. P. D. [George] Austin Walker, taken from 

Cambray, and died in confinement at Com- 

piegn. [aged 73]. 

[1795. Jan. 9.] D. Bennet Causer [Cawser], at Paris. 
[1795. Jan. 16.] D. J. J. [Placid] Naylor, at Paris. 
[1794. Dec. 3.] D. [Richard] Maurus Barret, at Paris. 
[1794.]Nov.l3. Lay-brother Joseph Sherrock, at Douay. 

Lay-brother Joseph Spencer, O.S.F. (? John). 

ENGLISH RELIGIOUS WOMEN OF THE ORDER OF ST. BENEDICT. 
who died under confinement at Compiegn. 

OF CAMBRAY. 
1794. Jan. 14. Dame [Elizabeth Mary] Anselma Ann. [aged 78]. 

21. Dame Teresa [Joseph] Walmesley. [aged 54]. 
Feb. 6. D. Ann Frances Pennington. [ laysister, aged 59]. 
End of March. Dame Margaret Burgess. [1794. Apr. 3, aged 72]. 

BENEDICTINE DAMES OF DUNKIRK. 

1792. Nov. 24. Dame Mary Ann Joseph Wells. 

1793. Apr. 1. Sister Mary Agnes Morgan. 
1794.*Mar. 16. Lay-sister Martha Gournal [Gornal]. 

May 3. Lay-sister Mary Felicetas Falceman, being a native 
of France could not obtain a passport, and 
died soon after parting with her community. 
1794.*Nov. 20. Lay-sister Mary Ann Lincoln. 

* These two died whilst confined with the rest of their Com 
munity at Graveline. 

BENEDICTINE DAMES OF PARIS. 

1794. Oct. 13. Lay-sister Mary Lucy Parkinson, died confined 

in the Fosses at Paris. 
ENGLISH RELIGIOUS WOMEN OF THE ORDER OF ST. CLARE 

CONFINED AT GRAVELINE. 
The Rev. Mother Abbess Johnson. 
1794. Jan. 6. S. Mary Catherine Moody, 
xii D 



50 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

May 8. S. Mary Joseph Boutlege. 

[1794.] 20. S. Frances Clare Barlow. 

Dec. 29. S. Catherine Joseph Nihell. 
1795. Jan. 8. Clementina Stanislaus Manby. 

POOR CLARES OF DUNKIRK, CONFINED AT GRAVELINE. 

1794. Jan. 29. R. M. S. Euphresia Maire. 

1795. Jan. 8. S. Ann Bibiana Carpenter. 
Jan. 20. Ann Winefride Reynoldson. 

ENGLISH RELIGIOUS WOMEN OF THE CONCEPTIONISTS, 
who died under confinement with the Austin and Benedictine 
Nuns, Rue Fosses, at Paris. 

1794. Nov. 1. Mother Agnes Howard, age 74. 
Oct. 25. Sister Clare Bell, age 50. 

Nov. 12. Lay-Sister Frances Minis, age 49. 

1795. Jan. 2. Lay-sister Thomassina Woolridge, age 56. 
Apr. 2. Sister Edward Lewis, age 69. 

CLERGY. 
1795. Feb. 2. Rev. Thomas Storey, Hexham. 

12. Rev. D r Christopher Stonor, Prelate and Agent 

for the English Clergy, aged 78, at Rome. 
24. The R* Rev. and Hon. D r Thomas Talbot, Lord 
Bishop of Aconen, and Vic. Apostolic for 
the Midland district, at Bristol. 
Aug. 31. Rev. John Sergeant, at Storton. [Scorton.] 

Mar. 29. R. James Fox, Southworth, Lancashire, [ex S. J.]. 

Apr. 6. R. Charles Thompson, Bristol, [ex S.J.]. 

[Apr. 6.] R. John Lewis in Maryland, [ex S. J.] [J. Lucas, 
in Jes. list, or John Lewis, 24th May, 1788. ] 

May 1. R. Thomas Ellerker, Stonyhurst. [ex S.J.]. 

[May 20.] R. Thomas More, Bath, [ex S.J.]. 

Sept. 6. R. Philip Jameson, 79, Hammersmith, [ex S.J.]. 

1794. Oct. 23. R. D. Daniel Spencer, O.S.B., Liverpool. 

Dec. 4. R. F. Romanus Chapman, Ex-prov. E. & Jub. 
O.S.F., London. 

1795. Jan. 9. R. F. John Evangelist Anderton, Jub. O.S.F., 

London. 
Mar. 1. R. D. [John] Placid Bennet, O.S.B., Liverpool. 

23. R. D. [John] Anselm Geary, O.S.B., Bath. 
June 30. R. F. [Francis] Andrew Weetman,* Monmouth, 

O.S.F. 

Aug. 6. R. D. Thomas Ballyman,t of Acton Burnell, at 
Bath, O.S.B. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1794. Nov. 25. Sister Mary Ann Teresa Monington,t who re 
tired from an ample Fortune to embrace the 
3 O.S.F. Age 58, Relig. 14, at Abbey House, 
Winchester. 

* Spelt Westman. f Spelt Dallyman. J Spelt Mornington, see C.R.S. i., 187. 
Great confusion in several alternative statements. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 51 

BENEDICTINE DAMES AT PONTOISE. 

1795. May 31. Dame Mary Benedict Belasyse, Pontoise. 

July 12. Dame [Elizabeth] Mary Bernard Haggerston [of 
Pontoise, died at Sutton Place, Surrey, 16 
July 1795, aged 69]. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN AT LANHERN. 

Mar. 17. Lay-Sister Mary Aloysia Jordan of the Sacred 
Heart, Age 51, Relig. 30, O.S.T. [? age 52, 
rel. 28]. 

29. R. M. Sub-Prioress Phillippine Maria of S 1 
Francis Xaverius Hoyles, Age 66, Relig. 47, 
O.S.T. [? omit Francis, age 64, prof. 43]. 



July 15. Sister Mary Winifrid Williams, O.S.C., Rouen. 

LAY PERSONS. 
1792. Oct. 7. M rs Isabella Prujean, Dunkirk. 

1794. Jan. 17. M rs Mary Hall. 

Apr. 17. M r Benjamin Charles Heather, Montego Bay, 

Jamaica. 

27. M rs Mary Martin, Age 27. 
June 1. M r Peter Earle. 
Aug. 21. Robert Maden, Esq. at Bath. 
Sept. 22. Mr William Hoy, at Stoke, Suffolk. 
Oct. 21. M r John Ferdinand Vandermeulen, Age 70 

London. 
Nov. 18. The Hon. Margaret Nugent, Age 70, Oxford. 

24. Sir John Stanley Massey, Bart. Hooton, Chesh. 
Dec. [blank] William Prujean, Esq. under Arrestation by 

the French near S* Omer s. 
(Dec.) 3. M r William Shakelford. 

7. M r Joseph Glaspole, Britwell, Oxon. 
9. M r Robert Tyler, Age 61, Holt. 

17. M" Mary Hall. 

22. M r Henry Carpue, London. 

1795. Jan. 18. M rs Mary Crofts, Age 70. 

30. M rs Eleonora Walsh, Age 48, Hampstead. 

31. Edward Newton, Esq. Irnham. 
Feb. 1. M r John Cater, Dunkirk. 

3. M r Thomas Jones, Bridzor. 
6. William Cady, Esq. Age 41. 
9. M r James Campbell, Age 66. 
19. Sir Thomas Stanley, Bart. York. 

25. M rs Mary Judith Brunetti, Age 34. 
Mar. 20. M r Gilbert Usher, Age 45, Gloucester. 
Apr. 3. M r Angus Macdonald, Westminster. 

8. M rs Mary Hernon, Exmouth, Devonshire. 
17. M rs Mary Stonor, Age 15, London. 

23. John Maire, Esq. Age 70. London. 



52 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

24. M rs Cornelia Canfort, Antwerp. 
May 4. M r Thomas Mins, Age 62, Benham, Berksh. 

21. M rs Ann Randall, Hammersmith. 
June 10. M r George Wools, Age 69. 

14. M rs Eleanora Lynch, Age 64, Winchester. 
(1795) July 1. Alexander French, Esq. Age 82, East-Lane, 

Rotherhithe. 

Aug. 14. The Hon. Maria Molyneaux, Age 87, London. 
Sept. 7. M rs Catherine Gandy, Age 43. Hammersmith. 
14. M rs Frances Tempest, York. 

22. M r Robert Gillow, Age 49, on a Visit at Lan 

caster. 

FRENCH CLERGY. 
En 1793. R. Bertrand, 72, London. 

R. Le Vesier, 44, Portsmouth. 

R. L Ormoy, 30, Portsmouth. 
En 1794. R. Hamel, 80, London. 

R. Pierre Genevieve Marion. 

R. Michel Pinguet. 

R. Jacque Le Due. 

R. Francois Olivier le Lasseur. 

R. Jean Baptiste de Gheguier. 

R. Louis Adam Trimolet. 

R. Jacque Nicolle de la Hoquette. 
En 1795. R. Nicholas Hericher, 80, Eastbourn. 

R. Jean Baptiste Loustonau. 

R. Jean Adam. 

R. Jean Frangois Michel Rauchine. 

R. Etienne Marie. 

R. Yves Robin. 

R. Pierre Gervais Simon, 19 Januarii. 

R. Pierre le Maitre. 

R. Charle Prosper du Verdier de la Soriniere. 

R. Michel Creveiul. 

R. Pierre Laugancy. 

R. Frangois Hebert, 9 Aoril. 

R. Pierre Bourgneuf. 

R. Jacque Aubron. 

R. Nicolas Jean Baptiste Gausser. 

R. Marc Antoine le Comte. 

R. Joseph Dumont. 

R. Pierre Gouard. 

R. Louis Leveque. 

R. Jean Charle Pierre Roussel. 

R. Louis Fiquet. 

R. Louis Guillaume Olivier. 

R. Charle Richard Guerfent [or Guersent]. 

R. Julien le Verrier. 

R. Etienne Augustin le Febvre. 

R. Joseph Louis Frangois Gournay. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 53 

R. Jacque Gosset. 

R. Charle George Michel Jean. 

R. Jean Baptiste Beaucamp. 

R. Pierre Voile. 

R. Nicholas Gasquerel. 

[On a slip inserted.] 

Dame Constantia Wright of Kelvedon-hall, Essex, Nun at 
Grignie near S* Quentins, died at Paris, at the English 
Benedictines in arrestation about the 12 th of Nov. 1793. 
Lay-Sister Emerentiana Maria Knight, of the Congregation 
of English Benedictine Dames of Paris, died at London, 
10* of October 1795, Age 50, Religious 22. 

LAITY DIRECTORY 1797. 

CLERGY. 

1794. May 31. R. Peter Browne (London, Dir. 1809). 

1795. Oct. 8. R. Thomas Butler, at Hornby. 

19. R. Benjamin Smith, at Lisbon. 
Nov. 3. R. John Lodge, Durham. 



Aug. Joan Boone, Maryland, [ex S.J.]. 

Ja. Frambae, Pensylvania. [ex S.J.]. 
1796. Feb. 24. Joan Baynham Purschall, Worcestershire, [ex S.J.]. 

Char. Byerley, Watten. [ex S.J.]. 
Nov. 27. D. [Richard] Benedict Marsh, Subdeacon, O.S.B. 

Birket [Birkenhead, ? Oct.]. 
1796. Jan. 3. D. John [sic, ? Thomas] Benedict Garner, O.S.B. 

Lambspring [on 29 th ]. 
17. R. John Chamberlain, York, [ex S.J.]. 

Edward Weld, Student of Divinity, Stonyhurst. 
Feb. 5. F. James Ferlamen, O.S.D. Louvain. [born 1740, 

prof. 1758.] 
17. Abbe Ducroq of Samet, suffered for his priestly 

character at S* Omers. 
Mar. 5. F. Ambrose Gage, O.S.D. Stourton Lodge, [aged 

74, prof. 52.] 

July 9. R. John Henry Joris (Jons, Dir. 1809), alias 
George, late of Hoagstreat, at Canford. [ex 
S.J.]. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1793. Nov. 12. Dame Constantia Wright, of Kelvedon-Hall, 
Essex, Nun at Grignie, near S* Quentins, 
died at Paris, at the English Benedictines 
in arrestation about the 12 th of Nov. 1793. 

1795. Oct. 10. Lay Sister Emerentiana Maria Knight, of the 
congregation of English Benedictine Dames 
of Paris, died at London, Age 50, Rel. 22. 
Oct. 14. Sister Bridget Becket, 0. S. Bridget, Age 61, Relig. 
43, Sion House, Lisbon. 



54 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Nov. 8. Lady Abbess Ann Clavering, formerly Abbess of 
Pontoise, but lately united with the Dames 
of Dunkirk, O.S.B. Age 65, at Hammersmith, 
and buired in their own ground. 

Nov. 16. Sister Mary Magdalain Chadwick, Age 55, Relig. 
21, O.S.C. formerly of Rouen, died at London. 
Dec. 7. Sister Martha Joseph Castell, Age 76, Relig. 52, 
formerly of Rouen, died at London. [O.S.C.]. 
1796. Mar. 24. The Superior of the Hospitalier Nuns from Cam- 
bray, O.S.A. 
June 22. Sister [Edwardina] Frances Joseph Jerningham, 

Age 64, Relig. 44, O.S.A. Hengrave. 
27. Sister [Jane] Mary Holy Cross Castell, O.S.C. Age 
77, Relig. 59, Hagerstone, formerly of Rouen. 
July 15. Lay Sister Mary Joseph Miller, Age 29, Relig. 7, 
O.S.B. Woolton, Liverpool. 
LAY PERSONS. 

1794. Jan. 24. M rs Elizabeth Walker, late of Dunkirk, died in 

arrestation at Arras. 

1795. Jan. John Trafrord, Esq. jun. Age 17, TrafTord house. 
Aug. 21. Mrs. Mary Lindsey, North-End. 

Nov. 20. Dowager Lady Lucy Throckmorton, Age 60. 

21. Miss Ann Comerford, Age 46, Hammersmith. 
Mrs. Margaret Willoughby, Age 82, Aspley. 

Dec. 13. John Eyston, Esq. 

22. Miss Frances Talbot, at Northampton. 

23. Mrs. Mary Warren. 

1796. Jan. 12. Right Hon. Lady Viscountess Southwell, Standon. 
Feb. 13. R* Hon. Thomas Viscount Southwell, Spouse of 

the above, at Standon. 
M rs Carrol, Mother of the Bishop of Baltimore, 

Age 93. 

23. Mr. George Hodgson, Age 69, London. 
27. Mr. John Dwyer, Age 37, Pall Mall. 
Mar. 1. John Eldridge, Esq. Age 63, London. 

4. Mr. Daniel Stratford, Age 78, Brook-Green- 
House. 

12. Mrs. Elizabeth Fanning, Age 65, London. 
Mar. 13. Miss Catharine Destrom, Age 15, Cliff, Yorkshire. 

20. Mrs. Judith Burke, Age 40, Westminster. 
Apr. 3. Mrs. Martha Wright. 

7. Mrs. Bridget Berry, Age 30, Paddington. 

8. Mrs. Frances Jones, Age 65, Beckford. 
10. M rs Winefrid Witham, York. 

18. Mr. George Finch, Age 74. 
20. Mrs. Mary Ann Nicolas, Age 52, Westminster. 
30. Mr. Joseph Egenalf, Age 50. 
May 8. Mr. William Walker, late of Dunkirk. 

10. Mrs. Elizabeth Cherker,* Age 59, Winchester. 
* The Charker family appear in the Winchester Registers (G.R.S., i.) 



OBITITABIES. 55 

15. Mrs. Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Age 70. 

Daniel Carrol, Esq. Brother to the Bishop of 

Baltimore. 

25. William Wake, Esq. Worksop. 
30. Mr. William Ryan, Age 71. 
July 2. Miss Mary Creagh, Age 19, London. 

Rt. Hon. Mary Countess Traquair, at Madrid. 
Aug. 6. Mr. William Mounteney, Age 56, London. 
9. Miss Elizabeth Jenkins, Age 37, Epsom. 
17. George Byron, Esq. Age 75, London. 
24. Mrs. Mary Ralina Vestirin, Aged 42, London. 
28. Henry Doughty, Esq. Age 76. Richmond, Surrey.* 
Sept. 14. M r John Vinn, Aged 58, London.* 

20. M r Thomas Duggan.* 
Oct. 9. Mrs. Harriot Mills, Age 69. 

LlSTE DES ECCLESIASTIQUES FRANCOIS 

morts en Angleterre depuis le ler. 8bre. 1795, jusqu au 
meme mois de la presente annee, 1796. 
J. Montant. 

10. 8bre. J. B. Duval, C. Rouen. 

Amb. Levrot. 
Hyver de Barse. 

11. 8bre. P. B. Grenier, P. Rouen. 

J. Labbee. 

S. Marguerit, P. Rouen. 

Th. Coutelier. 

J. F. Gobillet. 

11. 8bre. Fr. Martin. 

8. Xbre. J. B. Gosset, P. Lisieux. 

Urb. Guibert. 
14. Xbre. J. B. Le Cerf, P. Lisieux. 

25. Xbre. Alex. Aub. Vasse, C. Rouen. 
27. Xbre. Ph. N. Lessot, C. Rouen. 

R. F. Varengue. 
1. Janv. M. Saffrey, P. Rouen. 

12. Janv. Alexis Capet, P. Amiens. 

20. Janv. A. J. B. de Courmesnil, C. Rouen. 

26. Janv. Gab. Le Vivier, P. Coutance. 
18. Fev. Guill. Le Villain, C. Rouen. 

J. Fr. Delauney. 

5. Mars. P. De la Noe, C. Rouen. 
30. Mars. J. Du Vivier, C. Rouen. 

Ad. A. Vernier. 
3. Avr. Th. A. Follin, P. Lisieux. 

L. de la Noe. 
24. Avr. J. Ch. Billard, P. Rouen. 

P. Guill. Benoit, P. Rouen. 
3. May. J. Fr. Pergeaux, P. Coutance. 

* Under different date in the following Directory, p. 68. 



56 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Jul. Ch. Bale. 
25. Juin. J. Fr. Renault, C. Rouen. 

12. Juil. J. B. ad Trochet. 

16. Juil. Jacq. Millet, C. Rouen. 
Jacq. Jul. Onfray. 
J. M. F. Raimbaut. 
L. Even. 
Ch. Frigout. 

13. 7bre. Le Seigneur, C. Rouen. 
22. 7bre. P. A. G. Frebourg, P. Rouen. 

2. Oct. Jean Fran. Nic. Buche, C. Chart. 

1795. J. J. Jammes, P. Bayeux. 
Ch. Fr. Touquet, P. Bayeux. 
R. F. Hedine, C. Bayeux. 
Ch. A. Le Coin, C. Bayeux. 
Ch. Gaudu, C. Rouen. 

C. N. F. Le Monnier, C. Ro._en. 

J. Avenel, P. Rouen. 

P. L. Jannet, P. Coutance. 

J. F. Barbanchon, C. Coutance. 

L. D aigremont, C. Coutance. 

J. D. Le Bertre, C. Lisieux. 

L. Fr. Loyes, Ch. Reg. Lisieux. 

J. B. Veque, P. Lisieux. 

Ant. Colas, Ch. Reg. Sees. 

R. Leclancher, C. Sees. 

Aud. P. Rebin, C. Mans. 

0. Ch. Renusson, C. Mans. 

J. Alex. Cohu, P. Evreux. 

Mich. Gilles, P. Tours. 

J. Duchesne, Ch. Rennes. 

V. J. De Marquoy, P. St. Omers. 

1796. P. Gimer, P. Lisieux. 
N. Jourdain, P. Lisieux. 
A. Le Tellier, C. Lisieux. 
N. Boutier, Ch. Quimper. 
Ant. Hallot, C. Bayeux. 
L. Pasquer, P. St. Brieux. 

NOMS DE MM. LES ECCLESIASTIQUES morts a Guilford en 

Angleterre. 

1793.29. Mars. Jean Clement Bouselin. 
19 Aoust. Fran9ois Vion. 
5 Dec. Philippe Jacques le Tulle. 

1794. 8 Janv. Charles Thomas Roney. 

3 Mai. Paul Frangois de Loucelles. 

1795. 7 Janv. Jean Baptiste Joseph Gosset. 
11 Avril. Etienne Frigot. 

27 Juin. Jacques Rene Lair. 

1796. 4 Janv. Jean Guillaume Isaac Saffray. 
18 Juil. Pierre le Vavasseur. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 57 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1798. 

Oct. 14. Signeur L Abbe Leprini, Secretary to the Neapo 
litan Ambassador. 
CLERGY. 
1796. Oct. 31. R. Joseph Sheppard, late President of the English 

College at Valadolid. 
1796. Mar. 7. R. Thomas Stone. 

16. R. Rowland Davies. 
Apr. 25. R. Isaac Bellas[s] (1797 Wolverhampton, Dir. 

1809). 

July 23. R. John Wright, Longbirch (July 22, Dir. 1809). 
Aug. 15. R. George Beeston, Tixal. 

18. R. Thomas Flyn. [Staffordshire, Dir. 1809]. 
Sept. 7. R. Charles Houghton, York. 



1797. July 22. Charles Ashton Student in divinity at Lisbon. 

1796. R. Charles Byerly (Byerley, Dir. 1809), at 

Watten, in Artois. [ex S.J.]. 
R. George Maire, Staffordshire, [ex S.J.]. 

1797. Mar. 11. R. Charles Booth, Wardour. [ex S.J.]. 

25. R. Francis [? Joseph] Williams, Worcester, [vere 

Gittins, ex S.J.] 

Apr. 13. R. Edward Maire, London, [ex S.J.]. 
May 14. R. Th[omas] Walton, Irnham. [ex S.J.]. 

R. John Boarmam, America, [ex S.J., in Mary 
land in 1794.] 
Sept. 2. R. John Brewer, Shepton Mallet, [ex S.J.]. 



1796. Dec. 14. F. Austin Auvray, priest of the monastery of the 

Holy Trinity of La Trappe. 

1797. Mar. 24. F. Edward Palmer, discal. Carm. age 46 Rich 

mond, Surry. 
Aug. 29. R. F. Joseph Ferrers, Provincial of the English 

Carms, aged 72, at London. Relig. 52. P. 48. 

[LAY BROTHER.} 
Jan. 10. Brother James, a Lay Brother of the Carthusian 

Convent of Newport, [at] Hengrave. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1795. Nov. 8. Lady Ab. Ann Clavering, the last Abbess of 

Pontoise, at Hammersmith, O.S.B. 

1796. June 1. M. Winifred Mary Catharine [sic, vere Constantia] 

Roper, Can. of H. Sepulchre, Holme-hall, 
[aged 52]. 

[22] Lady Abbess Ursula Pigott, Age 73, Relig. 54, 
Abbess 23 [vere 18], at Brussels, O.S.B. 

1797. Jan. 1. S. Mary Frances Todd, O.S.C. near Halsted, Essex. 

14. Dame Mary Christiana Stapleton, Age 82, Relig. 
60, Jub. 12, O.S.B. Winchester. 



58 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Mar. 31. Lady Abbess Mary Augustine Tancred, Age 63, 
Relig. 43, Ab. 5 months, O.S.B. Winchester. 

May 4. S. [Elizabeth] Monica Fitzpatrick, Age 64, Relig. 

42, O.S.A. Amesbury Abbey. 

20. S. [Dorothy] Joseph Shelly, O.S.A. Paris, [prof. 
35]. 

23. Dame Catharine Dillon, of S 1 Francis Xavier. 

Age 45. Relig. 25, O.S.B. Bodney-hall. 
June 18. Lady Abbess Mary Magdalen Arden, Age 61, 
Relig. 42, Abbess 18, O.S.B. Preston, Lanca 
shire. 

30. Dame Mary Baptist Farrar, Age 66, Relig. 18, 
O.S.B. Preston, Lancashire. 

LAY PERSONS. 

1795. Mar. 21. M r Randolph Collins.* 

Oct. 12. John Sone, Esq. Bedhampton, Hants. 

1796. Jan. 27. Mrs. Mary Webbe. 
Sept. 3. Henry Doughty, Esq.f 

17. M r John Vinn.f 

24. M r Thomas Duggan.f 

Oct. 2. Jenico Willoughby James Preston, of the Hon. 
Col. Henry Dillon s Regiment of Irish Bri 
gade, on duty at Jamaica. Age 22. 
Oct. 15. Mrs. Harriot Mills. 

Nov. 8. M rs Mary Orrell, at Blackbrooke, Prescot, Lanca 
shire, Age 83. 

15. M rs Susanna West, Age 56. 
Dec. 7. Donna Joanna Doria, Age 22. 
, M r James Darley, Apothecary. 

M rs Ann Forbes, Age 75. 
19. M r Thomas Field, Age 44. 

About this time died Captain John William Troy 
(brother to the R.C.A.B. of Dublin), in the 
British East India Service, on the Bombay 
Station. 

1797. Jan. 1. Lieutenant Edward Browne Mostyn, of the 

Hon. Col. Dillon s Irish Brigade, at Spanish 
Town, Jamaica, Age 19. 
5. Mr. Donald M Donald, Age 65. 
Feb. 4. Mrs. Mary Webbe. 
Mar. 1. Mrs. Mary Chamberlain, London. 
4. Mrs. Catharine Carpue. 
9. Mr. John Barry, Age 66. 
15. Mr. John Norris. 

22. Philip Saltmarsh, Esq. of York, Age 43. 
Ralph Riddle, Esq. Grange, North. 
William Charlton, Esq. Hesiliside, North. 

* Mrs. Bryan Stapleton thinks this may be Pandolphus or Pandolpho 
Collins. (Oxford Missions, 210, 230 ; C.R.S., vii., 394.) 

t Under different date in the previous Directory, p. 55. 



OBITUARIES. > 

M rs Margaret Thornton, Nether Wilton. 

24. M rs Frances Kennedy, Titchborne-house, Age 78. 
27. Mr. Robert Wilson, Age 83. 

M rs Bryan, Age 78. 

Apr. 4. Michael Bray, Esq. of Lincoln s-inn, Age 67. 
15. John Gifford, Esq. Nearquis. 

22. Mrs. Mary Jaubert. 

25. Sir John Webbe, Bart. Age 65. 

May 4. M r Stephen White, formerley of Brook-street, 

Age 65. 
20. Basil Fitzherbert, Esq. at Swinnerton. 

26. M rs Mary Bullen, Sutton. 
June 1. Mrs. Sarah Bell. 

20. William Haggerston Maxwell^Constable, of Niths- 

dale and Everingham, Esq. Age 66. 

23. Mrs. Elizabeth Stanley. 

27. Miss Ann Shuttleworth, of Pontefract, Age 54. 

28. Felix Antonio Castrioto, Esq. 
31. Elizabeth Shan. 

July 15. Mrs. Elizabeth Dodds, cousin of the Rev. A. 

Cameron, of Edinburgh, and niece of the 

Rev. Mr. Cameron, Superior of the Scotch 

College, Valladolid. 

Aug. 1. Mrs. Dorothy Lewis, Knightsbridge, Age 63. 
[U*] 6. Mrs. Isabella Clifton, (late of Ghant,) at London, 

Age 62. 

IS. t Francis Risdon, Esq. 
26. M rs Mary Gifford, Holywell. 
Sept. 9. M rs Elizabeth Taylor, at Hammersmith. 

21. Miss Matilda Angelo, Age 10. 

22. Mr. Martin Foxhall, Age 70. 
Oct. 2. Mr. Bartholomew Marsano. 

12. Pyers Mostyn, Esq. Graf ton. 
15. Francis Hutton, Esq. of Red-Lion-Square, Age 
70. 

LISTE DES MESSIEURS LES ECCLESIASTIQUES FRANCOIS decede, 
a Londres depuis le ler. 8bre. 1796, jusqu au mois de 8bres 
1797, exclusivement. 

M. M. 
[1796.] 7. 8bre. Jacques Julien Chevalier, pretre, Bayeux. 

26. 8bre. Jean Bapriste Hardy, pretre, Eudiste, vie. de 

St. Martin des champs, Avranches. 
Antoine Caumont, Cure de Grand couronne, 

Rouen. 

10. 9bre. Pierre Gourdre, pretre, St. Malo. 
23. 9bre. Pierre Simon Pichon de la Sabliere, Cure de 
Saugeon, Sainte. 

* A square bracket seems to be used, 
t The compositor uses the letter " S." 



60 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

28. 9bre. Joseph Gerard, pretre, Ex-Jesuite, Liege. 

7. Xbre. Augustin Gost, Cure de Quesnoy, Seez. 

8. Xbre. Nicolas Tiret, pretre, Vicaire de Montbecq, 

Coutances. 
21. Xbre. Louis Francois Gabriel Gigault, Cur 6 de Bergi- 

court, Amiens. 

19. Xbre. Honore Simon, cure de Bacon en Beauce, Orleans. 
21. Xbre. Rene Frangois Largerie, pretre, habitue de la 

Ville d Ernee, Mans. 
26. Xbre. Joseph Donet, cure de Plessalla, St. Brieux. 

29. Xbre. Nicolas Frangois Dalican, cure dozen de St. 

Valery de fe camp [Fecamp], Rouen. 
11. Jan. Jean Anne Adrien Morazain, pretre, habitue 

delapsse duferre, [? habitue de lapse, de Le 

Ferre] Rennes. 

Jean Jacques Vieuville, pretre, Vic. de Evreux. 
William Chaudermele, pretre, de Quinton, St. 

Brieux. 

29. Jan. Joseph Renusson, cure de Merey, Evreux. 

30. Jan. Jean Marie Petit, Cure d Anneville, Rouen. 

3. Fev. Laurent Laiguillon, pretre, des servant de la chap. 

ste Anne de Vire, Coutances. 
15. Fev. Joseph Nehon, Cure d Auberville, Coutances. 

17. Fev. Jacques Declan, pretre, Vicaire de Villiers, 

Evreux. 

18. Fev. Guillaume le Dru, Cure de Fresno uville, Bayeux. 

Philippe I Echerpin, Cure de Couppesarte, (mort 

a Farnham, le 27 Janv.) Lizieux. 
14. Mars. Claude Accard, pretre, Chanoine de 1 Eglise de 

St. Brieux. 

21. Mars. Guy Guillon, Recteur de Sanvelle, Dol. 
23. Mars. Frangois Michel Davoust, Cure de St. Orien des 

tour, Mans. 
30 Mars. Joseph Charles Deschamps Cure de Barneval, 

Rouen. 

16 Mars. Jacques le Dru, Cure de Rousfeville, Bayeux. 
3 Avril. Michael Collet ptre, Vicaire de Cleey, Bayeux. 
Jean Yves Marie Morvan, pretre, Treguier. 

5 Avril. Sir us Jean Duchemin de la Frogerie, pretre, de 

la Trinite de Laval, Mans. 

6 Avril. Jean Benique Le Bihau, Recteur, Quimper. 
8 Avril. Frangois Bernard, pretre, St. Malo. 

13 Avril. Jean Jacques Laurent Martin Gallis, Cure de 

Breuville, Coutances. 
11 Avril. Jacques Hector, pretre, Seez. 
20 Avril. Jean Frangois Hellouin, pretre, Vicaire de Poin- 

tel, Seez. 
15 Avril. Jean Gabriel Rabiet, prieur, Cure de La Gort, 

La Rochelle. 
19 Avril. Joseph Gonner, Cure du Horp, Le Mans. 



61 

1 May. Toussaint Jacques le Herisse, Cure du Quessoy, 
S* Brieux. 

5 May. Laurent Simon, Cure de Moon, doyen de Lou- 
sains, Bayeux. 

7 May. Jacques Augustin Bastille, Cure de Bonneville, 
Rouen. 

10 May. Jean Baptiste Jourdain, Cure de Ramilly, Evreux. 
9 May. Pierre Jacques, pretre, Vic. de St. Germain de 

Pontauemer, Lizieux. 

11 May. Jacques Joseph le Roux, pretre, Vicaire de Vil- 

quieur, Rouen. 
20 May. Leonard Villiere, Cure de Maulne, Bayeux. 

May. Andre Nicol, Heurtault, P. Rouen, Tunbridge. 
4 Juin. Pierre Grandhomme, Cure de Venon, Evreux. 
13 Juin. Vincent Jego, frere Cordelier, Vannes. 
19 Juin. Fra^ois Fauchon, P. Vic. de Erce, Mans. 
28 Juin. Pierre Louis Mathurin Pacalin, Cure dest. [? de 

St.] Gervais, Clermont. 
7 Juin. Nathaniel Lamy, pretre. Vicaire de la Ville et 

Diocese, &c. Lisieux. 
1 Juill. Jean Daligaux, Cure de St. Pair pres Tracarn, 

Bayeux. 
7 Juill. Antoine Cochon de la Vanneire, pretre, Vicaire 

de Poulay, Mans. 
23 Juill. Pierre Marie Mardeley, pretre, Vicaire de Per- 

riers, Avranche. 

28 Juill. Rene Herve le Guenno, Recteur de Pouldergat, 
Quimper. 

SUITE. 
Aoust. Jean Baptiste des Forges, pretre, de Paris et chne. 

de St. Louis du Louvres, Paris. 
Aoust. Jean Alexandre Hardouin, ancien Recteur de 

riTniversite de Caen, Bayeux. 
7bre. Jean Baptiste Nicolas Hiron, Cure de S* L Omer, 

Diocese de Sees, Sees. 

7bre. Alban Alexis le Vavasseur, pretre, Coutances. 
30. 7bre. Le Chandelier, Cure de Gorponville, Rouen. 
Gaubert, Relig. Cap. 
De la Perelle, C. Lisieux. 
Guill. le Rouge, C. Coutances. 
P. le Barrier, V. Coutances. 
Vieux Ville, P. Evreux. 
Guenauff, C. Quimper. 
Joseph Taillard, V. St. Malo. 
L. Longrais, P. Dol. 

NOMS MM LES ECCLESIASTIQUES FRANCOIS decedes a Guildford 

Comte de Surry. 

1793. 26 Mars. Jean Clement Beuselin, Pretre de Notre Dame du 
Havre, Diocese de Rouen, age de 71 ans. 



62 " LAITY S DIBECTOBY " OBITTJABIES. 

15 Aoust. Francois Vion, Chapelain de Montivillers, Diocese 

de Rouen, age de 68 ans. 

3 Xbre. Philippe Jacques le Tulle. Vicaire de Cormolain, 
Diocese de Bayeux, age de 42 ans. 

1794. 7 Janv. Charles Thomas Romy, Vicaire de la Remuee, 

Diocese de Rouen, age de 38 ans. 

1 Mai. Paul Fra^ois de Loucelles, Cure de la Remuee, 
Diocese de Rouen, age de 64 ans. 

1795. 4 Janv. Jean Baptiste Joseph Gabriel Gosset, Vicaire 

d Equemauville, Diocese de Lisieux, age de 
31 ans. 
9 Avril. Etienne Frigot, Vicaire de Greville, Diocese de 

Coutance, age de 70 ans. 

25 Juin. Jacques Rene Lair Eudiste, Professeur de Theo- 
logie, a Valogne, Diocese de Coutance, age 
de 57 ans. 

1796. 1 Janv. Jean Guillaume Isaac Saffray, Vicaire de S* 

FranQois du Havre, Diocese de Rouen, age 
de 64 years. 

17 Juil. Pierre le Vavasseur, Cure de St. Aubin sur Au- 
guainville, Diocese de Lisieux, age de 76 ans. 

1797. 8 Janv. Jean Gaultret, Vicaire de Vire, Diocese du Mans, 

age de 39 ans. 
6 Avril. Louis Pierre le Vasseur, Vicaire d Angerville 

1 Orcher, Diocese de Rouen, age de 55 ans. 
3. 7bre. Aubert C. de Feriere, age de 58 ans, Diocese de 

Lisieux. 
[On the last page but one under the death s head and cross bones 

appear the following four entries.] 
Nov.[17.] 1796. B. [Robert] James Johnson, O.S.B. formerly of 

Dieuluard. [lay-brother ; ? in 1797]. 

Jan. 2. 1797. R. F. Joseph Williams, the last Prior of the 
English Carthusians, late of Neuport, at 
Little Malvern. 
[May 7. M rs Bridget Dalton, at Bath, [nee More]. 

At London, after five days illness, Oct. 22, 1797, 
the Hon. George Petre, aged 31, second son 
of Lord Petre. 

LAITY S DIBECTOBY 1799. 

CLERGY. 

1797. Nov. 12. R. Charles Clements. 

Dec. 6. R. Peter Anthony Lawrence Fleury, age 71, at 

Wardour Castle, Wilts. 
30. R. Joseph Dungan, at Moorfield Chapel, age 48. 

1798. Jan. 14. R. Robert Wilson, at Solwick Hall, Lancashire. 
Feb. . R. Ferdinand Ashmall, Durham, age 104. 
June 8. The Right Rev. Dr. Charles Berington, Doctor of 

Sorbone, Lord Bishop of Hiero Csesarea, and 



63 

Vicar Apostolic in the Midland District, at 
Longbirch. 



1798. Feb. 21. Rev. Matthew Joy, Ellingham, Northumberland, 
[ex S.J.]. 



1796. Nov.[17.] B. [Robert] James Johnson, O.S.B. formerly of 

Dieuluard, unknown the day. [lay-brother ; 
? in 1797].* 

1797. Jan. 2. R. F. P. [Francis] Joseph Williams, the last Prior 

of the English Carthusians Convent at Nieu- 
port, in Flanders, died at Little Malvern, 
Worstershire.* 

Dates Dom Anselm Bolus. Ex-Prov. O.S.B. Cumb. 
unknown Dom. Maurius Eastham, O.S.B. Eartham. 
[Fr. H. Norbert Birt says the above should read, 
1797. Sep. 30. Dom. Thomas Anselm Bolas, Ex-Prov. O.S.B., 
Cumberland. 

1797. Oct. 8. Bro. William Maurus Eastham, O.S.B.]. 

Nov. 25 The venerable and Right Rev. Dr. Charles Wal- 
mesley, Doctor of Sorbone, fourty-two years 
Lord Bishop of Rama, Vicar Apostolic of 
the Western District, Fellow of the Royal 
Societies of London and Berlin, and last sur 
vivor of the Mathematicians who were con 
cerned in regulating the Chronological Style 
which took place in England in 1752. Aged 
75, at Bath. 

1798. Feb. 13. Dom. Robert Gould, O.S.B., (Goolde, Dir. 1809) 

age 63, London. 
16. Dom [Thomas] Jerom Marsh, O.S.B., Holme, 

Yorkshire. 
Mar. 5. Dom Thomas Barker, O.S.B. age 30, Acton-Bur- 

nell, Salop. 

14. R. F. James Anthony Caley, O.S.F. Wootton 
Hall, Warwickshire (Birmingham, Dir. 
1809). 

Mar. [1.] B. Joseph Valentine, Lay Brother, O.S.B. Paris. 
May 6. R. F. Henry Leo Haddoii, O.S.F. Monmouth. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1796. Dec. 28. S. Ann Teresa Jerningham, O.S.A. Age 78, Relig. 

60, Hengrave Hall, Suffolk. 

1797. Nov. 27. R. M. Sub Prioress Mary Catharine Willis, O.S.A. 

Age 78, Relig. 56, Sub Prioress 29, Hengrave 
Hall, Suffolk. 

Dec. 11. R. M. Elizabeth Mary Benedict Joseph Trant, 
of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, R. Can. of the 
St. Sepul. Age 30, Relig. 10, Dean House, 
Wilts. 
* Repetitions from previous year. 



64 



OBITUARIES. 



18. Ven. M. Mary Barbara Webbe, 3.O.S.F. Age 80, 

Relig. 61, Abbey House, Winton. 
29. S. Mary Gertrude Lynch, of the Sacred Heart of 
Jesus, B. Can. of St. Sepul. Age 41, Relig. 
24, Dean House, Wilts. 
1798. Jan. 5. D. Mary [Rachel] Xaveria Boone, O.S.B. Age 55, 

Relig. 30, Preston, Lancashire. 

Feb. 11. S. [Madame de] Trant, Hospiteleur of St. Austin, 
from Paris, at Hammersmith. [Boarder at 
the Convent, aged 72]. 

16. D. Mary Magdalen Matherbe, of St. Gabriel, 
O.S.B. Age 76, Relig. 57, Bodney Hall, Nor 
folk. 
May 1. R. M. P. Dame Mary Benedict Sheldon, O.S.B. 

Age 79, Relig. 59, Hammersmith. 

Sept. 20. Lay-Sister Mary Magdalen La Houssoy, of St. 
Anselma, Age 78, Relig. 56, Bodney Hall, 
Norfolk. 

LAY PERSONS. 
Date unknown. Mrs. Bridget Dalton, at Bath. [May 7. 1797]. 

1797. June 19. Mr. Michael Hunt, Age 80. 
Aug. 3. Mrs. Elizabeth Grant. 

Sept. 5. M rs Mary Taylor, Age 79, late Porteress at the 
Confvent] Hammersmith. 

12. Right Hon. Countess Dowager Newburgh. 
Oct. 12. Pyers Mostyn, Esq. 

22. The Hon. George Petre, Age 31, at London. 
Nov. 15. Mr. William Booker, at Arundel, Sussex. 

22. Mrs. Elizabeth Barnes, at Canterbury. 

28. The Right Hon. Mark Anthony Browne, Lord 

Viscount Montague, Age 52. 
Dec. 5. Ralph Henry Crathorne, Esq. at Ramsgate. 

18. M r William Robinson, at Bath. 

23. William Mawhood, Esq. Age 75, Edgeware Road. 
25. Mrs. Barbara Towneley, Age 66, Devonshire 

Place. 

1798. Jan. 12. Wisdom Barrat, Esq. of Jamaica, better known 

for his extensive charities, died at Hans Place. 
16. Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt, Age 68. 

19. Mrs. Catharine M Cray. 

22. Mr. Ralph Coghlan, Clerk to the late Neapolitan 
Chapel, and Master of the Academy in Green 
Street, Grosvenor Square. 

22. Mrs. E. Elizabeth Howard, New Hall, Cumber 

land. 

23. Mrs. Morgan, Age 32, of Coughton, Warwickshire. 
25. Joseph Ward, Esq. Age 77, East Street, Red Lion 

Square. 

Feb. 2. Mr. Edward Flynn, Surgeon, Age 25, Westmins 
ter. 



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17. Mrs. Mary Simmons. 

18. Miss Allathia Pattinson, of Somers Town. 

26. Mr. Robert M Cann, Age 52. 

Mar. 9. Mrs. Dorothy Mawhood, Age 70, Edgeware Road. 

[nee Kroger]. 

10. Mr. Robert Gillow, Age 25, at Lisbon. 
Apr. 16. Mrs. Mary Heather, of Duke Street, Lincolns 

Inn Fields. 
May 2. Mr. Thomas Johnson, Age 19, Sitgrave s Lane, 

Lancashire. 

12. Mrs. Mary De Rocquigny, at Dunkirk. 

13. Mrs. Catharine Whenn, Age 45, Norwich. 

16. Mr. John Dauby, Organist to the Spanish Chapel, 
Age 41, Upper John Street, Fitzroy Square. 

24. Mr. Richard Johnson, Sitgrave s Lane, Lanca 
shire. 

27. Mrs. Elizabeth Harris, Age 35, Newington Butts. 
June 28. Mrs. Hester Farquharson, Age 72, Park Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 
July 2. Mrs. Helen O Grady. 

8. Mary Baxter, of Middleton Priors, Salop. 

30. Edward Corser, of Upton Cresset, Salop. 

31. Mrs. Mary Cugnoni, Age 67, at London. 
Aug. 23. Mr. John Goodman. 

Miss Elizabeth Nocks, Age 45, formerly a Teacher 

at Barker and Linsey s. 

27. The Right Hon. Lady Mary Eyre, fifth daughter 
of Charlotte Countess of Newburgh, Peeress 
in her own Right, * at Warkworth Castle, 
Northamptonshire. 

Sept. 23. The Hon. Mrs. Ann Denzil Onslow, daughter of 
Lord Petre, Uffort Hall, Northamptonshire. 
30. Mrs. Eady Aransols, North End [? Fulham]. 

LISTE DE MESSIEURS LES ECCLESIASTIQUES FRANCOIS decede 8 
en Angleterre depuis le ler. Septembre, 1797, jusqu au au 
mois de Septembre, 1798. 

Mgr. Michel Ange de Talaru, Eveque de Cou- 

tances. 

Jacques Francois le Blond, Ptre, Lisieux. 
Louis Salmon, Vic. de Vasteville, Coutances. 
Jacques Cottuii, Vic. de Cahagnelles, Bayeux. 
Marin Morin, Cure de St. Germain le Fouilloux, 

Mans. 

Louis Regnault, Chan, et Archid. de Lisieux. 
Etienne Vasselin, Cure d Heronchel, Rouen. 
Pierre Picot, Cure de Valcanville, Coutances. 
Francois le Maitre, Cure de Villers sur le Roule, 

Evreux. 

* The claim to the title has been proved to be invalid, 
xii. E 



66 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Germain Richard, Vic. de Gueron, Bayeux. 
Michel Roussel, Cure d Airan, Bayeux. 
Antoine Heurtevent, Vic. d Ozeville, Coutances. 
Julien Travert, Vic. de d Igoville, Coutances. 
Thomas le Fevre, Ptre. de Treauville, Coutances. 
Pierre Mathurin le Blanc, Cure de St. Martin du 

Vieux Verneuil, Chartres. 
Rene le Noir, Cure du Menil sous Lillebonne, 

Rouen. 

Paul Frangois Bernier, Cure de Vary, Sees. 
Jean Baptiste Charles de Thienville, Cure de 

Barneville, Lisieux. 

Dom Anthelme Guillemet, Profes. de la Chart 
reuse de Bourbon les Gaillon, Age de 86 ans. 

Prof. 56, Evreux. 
Anthoine Bourdeles, Recteur de St. Sauveur de 

Guingamp, Treguier. 
Joseph Mathurin Gobaille, Ptre, de St. Germain 

de Rennes. 

Luc Gamier, Ptre. de Toussaints, Rennes. 
Jean Moulin, Coutances. 
Louis Briand, Bayeux. 
Jean Guerrier, Coutances. 
Louis Alexandre Cahour, Ptre. de Mondray, 

Coutances. 
Jacques Jeanne, Cure de St. Martin-Vacogne, 

Bayeux. 

Frangois Vicquenel, Cure de Fremoville, Lisieux. 
Guillaume Marie le Roux, C. de Chateaulin, 

Quimper. 
Pierre Pillard, Cure de St. Mcalou [Maclou] la 

Bruyere, Rouen. 
Mgr.* Noel Nicolas Fecamp, Cure de St. Honor e 

et Doy[en] de Longueville, Rouen. 
Marie Joseph Augustin Fremond, Ptre. Mission, 

Noyon. 

Jean Gabriel Moulin, Vic. de Poilley, Avranches. 
Louis Charles Marie Chemin, Ptre. d Honfleur, 

Lisieux. 

Francois Sollier, Vic. de Landouard, Dol. 
Nicolas Auguste Trinite, Cure de la Haye-Mal- 

herbe, Evreux. 

Jacques Frangois 1 Hullier, Vic. d Orval, Cou 
tances. 

Emmanuel Frederic le Comte de Caen, Bayeux. 
Jean Charles le Bas, Cure de Manneville, Bayeux. 
Jean Baptiste Joseph Marquilly, C. de Vaule- 

penil, Sens. 

* " Mgr." probably an error at the head of a page ; it appears correctly 
at the head of this list against the name of a bishop. 



OBITUARIES.. 67 

Guillaume Lotas Formeville, C. du. Boishellain, 

Lisieux. 
Jacques le Blond, Cure de Veret, Bayeux. 

Thoumin des Vaux Fonts, Chan. Archid. 

de Dol. 
Pierre le Helley, Ptre. de Treve [Treves], St. 

Brieux. 
Jean Charles Gueret, Ptre. de Digauville, Cou- 

tances. 

Francois Anth. Nicholas Lorin, Chan, de Laon. 
Mathieu Rene de Langle, Chan. Archid. de 

Evreux. 
Jacques Francois Richard, Cure de St. Laurent 

de Verneuil, Evreux. 
Julien Thomas, Rect. de Noyal pres Bazouge le 

Perouse, Rennes. 
Nicolas Jacq. Francois Mouquet, Cure de Nor- 

manville, lere Portion, Rouen. 

le Roy, Ptre. de Plouneventer, Leon. 
Allain le Roy. 

Marc Daudray, Vic. de Bayinghem, Boulogne. 
Guill. Alex. Jacques Langlois de Raffetot, Rouen. 
Philippe Poiree, Vic. de Quende, Amiens. 
Etienne Blarichard, Cure de Lunerie, Bourges. 
Charles Egasse, Vic. de Boessy, Chartres. 
Gabriel le Grand, Cure de Bretteville, Bayeux. 
Guillaume de la Haye, Cure de Belbeuf, Rouen. 
Alexandre Armand le Bailly-Menager, Chan, de 

la Cathed. Rouen. 
Jean Anthoine Mahieu, Cure du Havre de Grace, 

Rouen. 

Jacques Anthoine Chandellier, Sees. 
Jean Jacques Pierre Eustache Etienne d Ernetot, 

Bayeux. 
Jean Baptiste Moyen, Ex-Jesuite. 

Riviere, Vic. de Neuville, Lisieux. 



LAITY S DIRECTORY 1800. 

CLERGY. 

1799. Feb. 11. R. R. Dr. John Geddes, Bishop of Morocco, Coad 
jutor to Dr. George Hay, V.A. for the Lowland 
District, late President of the Scotch College 
at Valladolid, in Spain, died at Aberdeen. 
Feb. 5. R. Francis Cliffe, Ecclestone Field, Lancashire. 

26. R. George Apedaile, Church-hill-wood, Worcester. 
May 14. R. Edward Jones. 

30. R. James Wyke. 

Apr. 14. R. Gerard Robinson, A. 70, and 46 years on 
mission in London. 



68 



19. R. James Appleby. 

May 26. R. Thomas Wright, D.D. of Sorbon, A. 56, Ham- 
lane, Middlesex (London, Dir. 1809). 

June 2. R. Rob. Johnson, Doddringrove,* Westmore 
land. 



1798. Dec. 22. R. Joseph Tyrer, Holy well, Flintshire, [ex S.J.]. 

1799. Jan. 22. R. James Jenison, Bath, [ex S.J.]. 

Mar. 18. R. Christopher Wright, Canford. [ex S.J.]. 
Apr. 27. R. Charles Hanne, Haggerstone (29, Dir. 1809). 

[ex S.J.]. 
May 12. R. William Postlewhite, Stonyhurst (llh. Postle- 

waite, Dir. 1809). [Scholastic, Jesuit list]. 
June 9. R. John Mansell, Walton, [ex S.J.]. 
Oct. 12. R. Thomas Talbot, King-Street, Holborn. [ex 

S.J.]. 
Lay Brother Anthony Oswald, Hamburgh, [ex 

S.J.]. 



1798. Dec. 18. R. F. Peter Coghlan, O.S.F. eldest son of the 

Printer, London. 
30. R. F. Michael Clement Ryan, O.S.A. London. 

1799. June 19. D. William Gregory Cowley, O.S.B. President of 

the English Benedictine Monks, died at Ver- 
non Hall, Lancashire. 

[1799.Jan.] 20. D. [Bernard] Anselm Bradshaw, O.S.B. Warring- 
ton, Lancashire. 

Sept. 27. R. F. Pacificus Nutt, O.S.F. Provincial of the 
English Franciscans, died at Birmingham, 
Warwickshire. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1798. Oct. 15. S. Mary Mason, a sick sister, Middlesex Hospital. 
Nov. 2. M. Mary Magdalane Wildsmith, A. 81, R. 57, 

Conceptionist of Paris. 
24. D. Mary Clare Throckmorton, A. 85, R. 61, Jub. 

11, O.S.B. Preston, Lancashire. 

Dec. 27. D. Natalia Dartois, A. 81, R. 64, O.S. Bernard, 
of Douay, at Pentonville. 

1799. Jan. 2. S. [Elizabeth] Pulcheria Stapleton, O.S.A. Paris. 

[prof. 11 years]. 

3. S. Dorothy Parker, A. 59, R. 31, Conceptionist, 

Paris. 

4. R. M. Abbess Keith, O.S.C. Gosfield. 
18. S. Mary Joseph Chadwick, O.S.C. Hagerstone. 

20. R. M. Abbess Mary Catherine Smith, O.S.C. 

Hagerstone. 

21. S. [Elizabeth Anne Justina] Augustina t Orrell, 

O.S.A. Paris, [prof. 26 years]. 

* Dodding Green 

t Augustina is probably an error for Anne Justina. 



OBITUARIES. 69 

25. S. Mary Agnes Teresa, of Divine Providence. 

O.S.T. Auckland, St. Helen s. 
30. M. Elizabeth Winifride Stock, A. 77, R. 55, 

Conceptionist, Paris. 
Feb. 2. D. Adelaide Christiana de Cadshac de St. Wal- 

burge, A. 25, R. 5, O.S.T. Auckland. 
8. Lay-Sister Mary Margaret Evans, A. 78, R. 53, 

O.S.B. Hammersmith. 

Mar. 9. S. Mary Augustina Teresa Ann Douglass, of the 
Holy Ghost, A. 58, R. 32, O.S.T. Canford. 

14. S. Ann Joseph Wheeler, A. 81, R. 54, O.S.A. 

Hengrave. 

D. Mary Michael Prescot, O.S.B. Hammersmith. 
23. D. Theodora Odemaer, A. 70, R. 50, O.S.Bernard, 

Pentonville. 

Apr. 3. S. Mary Aloysia Pool, A. 71, R. 52, O.S.A. Hen- 
grave. 

15. S. Mary [Rebecca] Louisa Wittingham, O.S.A. 

Paris, [prof. 27 years]. 

17. R. M. J. Mary Clementina Bulstrode, A. 72, 
O.S.C. Gosfield. 

28. S. Angelica Ainsworth, O.S.C. Winchester. 

29. D. Mary Jane * Alexander, A. 84, R. 42, O.S.B. 

Woolton, Lancashire. [? June 17]. 
May 6. Lay Sister Mary Joseph, O.S.B., Ipres. 
June 22. R. Lady Abbess Clementine Lynch, of the Irish 

Convent of O.S.B., Ipres. 
July 18. Lay Sister Elizabeth de Proft, A. 64, R. 37, 

O.S.A. Amesbury. 

LIST DE M.M. LES ECCLESIASTIQUES FRANCOIS deccdes en 

Angleterre depuis le ler 7bre, 1798, jusqu au ler 7bre 1799. 

Mess. Valentin Gaultier, Recteur de la Maugon, 

St. Brieue. 
Michel Francois Guille Gaillard, Cure de Manne- 

ville la Rault, Lisieux. 

Jean Baptiste Daubichon, Cure d Ormenil, Rouen. 
Charles Achee, Cure de St. Vincent Nogent, 

Rouen. 

Jean Damien le Lievre, Cure de Marce, Seez. 
Jacques le Marchand, Chapelain de 1 Abbaye 

d Estival, le Mans. 
Pierre Joseph Vengeon, Vicaire de N.D. de 

Mayenne, le Mans. 
Charles Jean Frangois Jehier, Vicaire de N.D. de 

Mayenne, le Mans. 

Cormier, Pretre, Chartres. 
Pierre Jean FranQois Durand, Cure de Colomby, 

Bayeux. 

* Printed John. 



70 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Rev. Felix Marie Tremaria, religieux Capucin de 

la Maison de Brett, Leon. 
Alexandre Fidele de Choise du Plessis, Ch. 

de St. Pierre de la Cour, le Mans. 
Michael Groult, Cure d Ondefontaine, Bayeux. 
J. Yves Saliou, Vicaire de Plouneventer, Leon. 
Jean Baptiste Guillon, Cure de Corranzes, Char- 

tres. 

Louis Calbris, Pretre Chapelain de Lacy, Bayeux. 
Charles Felix Dufour, Vicaire de Serizy la Salle, 

Coutances, 

Frangois Jean Roiiesset, Pretre, Roiien. 
George Duval, Cure de Boulay-morin, Evreux. 
Claude Frangois de la Croix, Cure de Ste Gode- 

berte, Noyon. 
Honore de Buissy, Abbe Commendataire de 

Moulins, Vic. Gen. de Lyons. 
Joseph Rique, Desserwant de la P. de St. Farjeol, 

Clermont. 

Pierre Louis Hervet, Acolythe, Bourges. 
Jean Louis Claude Desessment, Pretre Mission. 

Sup. du Seminaire de Angouleme. 
Antoine Olivier [,] Oratorien, Sup. du Coll. de 

Vendome, Blois. 
Jean Bapt. Etienne Molien, Cure de Daumenil 

en Vexin, Roiien. 

Nicolas le Febvre, Cure d Imbleville, Roiien. 
Suplice, Magloire de la Haye, Pretre Chapel, de la 

P. du Crotoy, Amiens. 

Louis Charles Giret, Vicaire de Preaux, Roiien. 
Jean Richard, Vic. de Canny, Roiien. 
Jean Aymery Godefroy, Cure de Bauville la Cite 

Rouen. 
Guillame Ferrand, Cure de Douville la Bruyere, 

Rouen. 

Julien le Monnier, Vicaire de Parigny, Avranches. 
Joseph Jean Penhoet, Recteur de St. Melloir des 

Ondes, St. Malo. 
Jean Bapt. Charles Binet, Cure de Fresneuse, 

Rouen. 
Pierre Generat, Cure de Ste Marie des Champs, 

Rouen. 
Claude Frangois Pougeol, Chanoine de la Cathe- 

drale, Amiens. 
Nicolas Jean Aug. M. Boullongne, Vicaire de 

Reville, Coutances. 
Frangois Jean le Pouliguen, Vicaire de Pardie, 

St. Brieue. 
Nicolas le Gastelois, Vic. de Devely, Coutances. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 71 

Jacques Marc, Cure de Fontenay le Pesnel, 

Bayeux. 
Jean Frar^ois Loizance, Cure de St. Etienne, 

Ville et Dio. de Rennes. 
Pierre Nicolas Busnel, Cure de St. Jean de 

Caen. 
Pierre Paul Duclos, Chapelain de la Delivrande, 

Dio. de Bayeux. 
Louis Francois Heruguel, Vicaire de St. Nicolas 

de Rouen. 
Fran9ois Mahyer, Vic. de Cararitan, Dio. de Cou- 

tances. 

Bertrand, Cure de Pleneuf, Dio. de St. 

Brieux. 
Yves Philippe, Cure de St. Gilles de Plegeaux, 

Dio de Quimper. 
Joseph Briquebec, Pretre de Cretteville, Dio. de 

Coutances. 
Jacques Touchard, Cure de Lassay, Dio. du 

Mans. 
Nicolas Cloiiard, Cure de Menit Thebault, Dio. 

d Avranches. 
Jacque Francois Duval, Cure de Cerqueux, Dio. 

de Lisieux. 
Jacque Malandaine, Cure de Manneville, de 

Rouen. 

Huard, Cure du Dio. de Seez. Mort a 

Epsom. 

Jean S. Prive, Clerc tous Dio. de Chartres. 
Jean B. Moissy, dit Pere Hubert, Capucin de 

Caen. 

Jean J. Bernier, Pretre d Argentan, Dio. de Seez. 
Olivier Luttier, C. de Courcouronne, Dio. de 

Paris. 
Jean B. du Petit-Bosq, premontre prieur C. 

d Hellon, Dio. de Lisieux. 
.Louis Charles le Corguille, Vic. de Quessoy, Dio. 

de St. Brieux. 

Charles le Normand de Villers, prieur Cure de St. 
L6, Ville de Rouen. 

LAY PERSONS. 

1796. Jan. 23. M r Henry Hill, Maryland, N.A. 

M r Ignatius Fenwick, Maryland, N.A. 

1797. Feb. 25. M r Nicholas Lunn, London. 
Sept. 12. Countess Dowager Newburgh. 
June 29. M r George Gary, Mawley, Salop. 

Nov. 15. M rs Susanna Richmond, wife of Wm. Delattre 
at Douay. 



72 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

1798. July 15. M r Joseph Griffith, of his Majesty s ship York, 

stationed at Jamaica, A. 30. 
Oct. 25. Mr. Thomas Holding, A. 46, New Bond Street, 

London. 
Nov. 4. Mrs. Ann Allam, A. 65, Isleworth. 

11. George Doughty, Esq. Mary-le Bone. 

21. Mr. Wm. Parkinson, Eccleston[,] Field [Fylde], 
Lancashire. 

22. M r Tobit Earle, A. 64, London. 

25. Mrs. Henrietta Maxwell, Dumfries. 

26. Mrs. Abigail Kington, Warwick. 

Dec. 3. Mrs. Susanna Fisher, A. 39, Sheffield, Yorksh. 
10. Thomas Haddock, Esq. A. 80, China Row, Chel 
sea. 
26. Mr. John Freeman, A. 82, London. 

1799. Jan. 7. Julius Foresta, Esq. A. 87, Brompton. 

17. Mrs. Margaret Morris, A. 80. 
25. Miss Helen Hegnett, A. 31, Bath. 
Feb. 1. M r Alexander Bale, A. 23, Taunton, Devonsh. 
[sic, vere Somerset.] 

8. Mr. Richard Cooper, A. 70, Acton Burnell. 

10. Mary Dowager Lady Tichborne, A. 83, Tichborne, 
Hants. 

20. Mr. John Gradwell, Salwick Hall, Lancashire. 
Mar. 2. Mrs. Elizabeth Coghlan, A. 72, wife of the Printer, 

Duke-street, Grosvenor-square. 
4. Mr. Peter James, A. 81, High Meadow, near 

Monmouth. 
10. Mrs. Ann Horrabin, A. 65, Garstang, Lancash. 

12. Mrs. Jane Chew, A. 64, Piccadilly, London. 

15. Mrs. Susanna Mary Lucas, A. 84, mother to the 

Rev. Simon Lucas. 
Mrs. Innis, Aberdeen. 

17. Mr. John Gray stock, Preston, Lancashire. 

18. Dr. Charles Stapleton, A. 53, physician, Preston, 

Lancashire. 

23. Miss Mary Eugenia Bishop, A. 37, Brook Green 

House, Hammersmith. 

Apr. 4. Mr, Peter Molloy, A. 29, New Bond-street, London. 
Mr. James Vincent, Bury, Suffolk. 

13. Mrs. Mary Wilks, A. 89, Warwickshire. 

21. Thomas Huddlestone, Esq. A. 59. 

May 5. Mrs. Sarah Ballard, A. 54, South Audley-street. 

9. Mrs. Sarah Lorymer, A. 73, Perthyre, Monmouth. 

14. Mrs. Alice Hearne, A. 69, London. 
June 6. Donald M Donald, Esq. A. 66, Durham. 

9. Mrs. Bridget Walch, A. 89, Hampstead. 
21. Andrew Hearne, Esq. A. 74, London. 
30. Mrs. Ann Dignum, A. 74, London. 
Mrs. Mary Butler, Bath. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 73 

July 12. Mr. Owen O Keeffe, A. 75, Long Acre. 

21. Mrs. Louisa Barrett, A. 23, Strand. 
Aug. 13. Mrs. James Bowyer, A. 65, Worcester. 

15. Miss Emerentiana Clarkson, A. 18, London. 

26. James Sheridan, Esq. A. 47, Russell-street, 

Bloomsbury. 

27. Mrs. Mary Williams, A. 55, Great Rider-street, 

St. James. 

Sept. 7. Geo. French, Esq. A. 59, East-lane, Bermondsey. 
21. Mr. Joseph Nesbit Bryan, A. 49. 
Mr. Lawrence Callan, A. 68. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1801. 
CLERGY. 

1799. July 22. R. F. Adrian Horsman, O.S.B. Lambspring. 
Nov. 3. R. Simeon (Simon, Dir. 1809) Geo. Bordley 

(Liverpool, Ibid). 

13. R. William Home, Hereford, [ex S.J.]. 
Oct. 12. R. Thomas Talbot, King-Street, Holborn. [ex 
S.J.]. 

17. R. Richard Barrow, Wigan. [ex S.J.]. 

21. R. Charles Macarty, London. 
Dec. 11. R. William Neale, Manchester, [ex S.J.]. 

19. R. F. [John] Joseph Story, O.S.B. 

27. R. F. Charles Stevens, alias Stuart, O.S.F. age 
75, religious 56, first Chaplain to the Portu 
guese Ambassador. 

1800. Jan. 10. R. F. [George] Joseph Crook, O.S.B. 

12. R. F. Thomas Fallen, O.S.D. age 48, of Spanish- 
Place Chapel. 

23. R. William Sutton, age 89, Axminster, Devon. 
Feb. 1. R. Richard Antrobus, Holiest-House, Sussex. 
2. R. Augustus Jenkins, Maryland, [ex S.J.]. 
4. R. Robert Newton. 

Mar. 15. R. William Acton, [3 Aston, ex S.J.] Liege. 
May 27. R. James Barrow. 

30. R. F. William Short, O.S.D. Woburn Lodge, age 

78. 
June 5. R. Alexander Clinton, [Dublin], Ireland, [ex S.J., 

McKenzie, Jesuit list]. 
Aug. 10. R. Philip Jones. 

Sept. 10. R. F. [Richard] Vincent Gregson, O.S.B. 
Oct. 14. R. F. Francis (Thomas, Dir. 1809) [Thomas 

Bede] Bennet, O.S.B. age 77. 

Aug. Lay Brother Dom Tartar, Wardour. [Doic, 
? Dominic, Jesuit list]. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1799. Dec. 26. D. Joseph Teresa Kane, O.S.B. age 49, religious 
25, Hammersmith. 



74 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

29. D. Mary Placida Macclesfield, O.S.B. age 69, reli 

gious 42, Hammersmith. 
1800. Feb. 16. V. M. Mary Teresa Halcott, age 79, religious 62, 

3.O.S.F. Abbey-House, Winton. 

July 24. D. M. Teresa Armstrong, O.S.B. age 73, religious 
59, Hammersmith, late of Dunkirk. 

21. Arabella Kirwan, Ursuline, at Hammersmith, 

late of Lisle, in Flanders. 
LAY PERSONS. 

1799. May 1. Mary Young, Brigg, Lincolnshire, age 28. 
Oct. 4. Thomas Mostyn, Esq. at Margate. 

24. Edward Sulyard, Esq. at Houghley Park. 
Nov. 2. Mrs. Ann Page, at Hampstead, age 40. 

12. Mrs. Elizabeth Camilla Royer, widow of William 
Wynne, Esq. Upper Baker-Street. 

19. Mary Gulstone, Brianstone-Street, age 83. 

22. Mrs. Elizabeth Fitzherbert, Swinnerton, Staf 

fordshire, age 35. 

27. Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes, age 62. 

Dec. 6. Mrs. Bridget Brook, Curzon-St., May Fair, age 

77. 
8. Mrs. Ann Mary Moore, St. Peter s House, Winton 

age 76. 
18. Mrs. Rebecca Brewer, age 60. 

30. John Daniel, Esq. New Norfolk-Street, age 77. 

1800. Jan. 4. Mary Ursula St. Andre, widow of Adrian Pouchat 

St. Andre, Esq. age 68. 

8. Mrs. Monica Maire, wife of Henry Maire, Esq. 
Lartington, N. R. Yorkshire, having first 
received all the Rites of the Church. 
10. Dan. Creagh, Esq. South-Audley-Street, age 90. 
14. The Hon. Margaret Preston, Bath, age 54. 
Mrs. Sarah Brittain, Park-Street, age 79. 

20. Mrs. Mary O Keeffe, London. 

28. Henry Fermor, Esq. Worcester, age 68. 

Mr. Paterson, Worcester, suddenly at London. 
Mrs. Greystock, of Preston. 
30. Mr. John Lloyd, Beelsby, Lincolnshire. 
Feb. 7. Mrs. Sarah Nugent, Chairwoman at the Portu 
guese Chapel. 

20. Mr. J. P. COGHLAN,* upwards of 40 years Catholic 
Printer and Bookseller, No. 37, Duke-Street, 
Grosvenor-Square, age 68. 

23. Capt. William Henry, Bristol, age 76. 
Mar. 1. Mrs. Catharine Saltarelli, age 56. 

2. Henry Roberts, Esq. Baker-Street, Portman-Sq. 
Apr. 3. John Langdale, Esq. Preston. 
12. Mr. Archdekin, London, age 77. 

* The printer of the previous Laity s Directories. A memoir of him is 
given in Gillow s Diet. Eng. Caths. i., 526. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 75 

May 14. Mrs. Mary Onslow. 
June 13. Mrs. J. Fowler, age 25. 

20. Mr. Matthew Adcroft, at Wigan. 

Dr. Rayment, M.D. at Rome, brother to the late 
Mr. Rayment, of Worcester, after receiving 
all the Rites of the Church. His death is 
supposed to have been hastened by his alarm 
of the French, who broke in upon him and 
plundered him of his effects. 
25. Mr. Thomas Ballard, South-Audley-Street. 
July 13. The Hon. Miss C. Clifford, New Hall, age 27.* 
Aug. 3. William Brown. 

6. Mrs. Ann Flood, London. 
14. Master Fr. Daniel , Moor-Place, Lambeth, age 20. 

18. Miss Louisa Foresta, daughter of Julius Foresta 

Esq. age 50. 

19. Mrs. Ann Broadway, wife of Mr. J. Broadway, 

junior, age 30. 

27. Miss Ann Margaret Murphy, age 15. 
Sept. 22. Thomas Hawkins, Esq. Nash-Court, near Faver- 
sham, age 65. 

LISTE DE MESSIEURS LES ECCLESIASTIQUES FRANCOIS decedes 
en Angleterre depuis le ler. Septembre, 1799, jusqu au ler. 
Septembre, 1800. 

MM. Pierre Duhamel, Cure de Cenis de Bayeux, 

Bayeux. 
Jean Alexis de Balasdens, Cure de St. Eloy de 

Fourques, Rouen. 
Francois Charles Jean Baptiste de Gislain de 

Lernay Abbe. 

Commendataire Chanoine, 

haut Doyen de 1 Eglise d Evreux. 
Gervais Gaugain, Cure de St Mathieu de Sallen, 

Bayeux. 

Jean Baptiste Briffard, Ptre Vicaire, Rouen. 
Robert le Petit de la Pommerais, Cure de St. 

Georg. Avranches. 
Charles Louis Jean le Flamment, Chan. Re. de 

1 Ordre de la Trinite, See.z. 
Jean Etienne Jourdan Momme, a la Cure de 

Grenou, Mans. 
Jean Baptiste le Compte, Cure de Menil Aubert, 

Coutances. 

Nicolas Guerin, Cure de Garancourt, Rouen. 
Jean Duhamel, Cure St. Vigor, Rouen. 

* Might have appeared amongst " Religious Women " ; for Mother 
Prioress points out that she was, The Hon. Charlotte Clifford, or Sister 
Anne Teresa, C.R.S.S., aged 26, professed 6 years. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY * OBITUARIES. 

Jean Baptiste Teinturier, Vic. de la Baroche sous 

Luce, Mans. 

Guillaume Callais, Cure de Mattot, Bayeux. 
Jean Dutot, Chapelain de Blosseville, Rouen. 
Michel Marque, Vicaire de Gripon, Avranches. 
Andre Ricard, Cure de St Denis, d Aquelon, 

Rouen. 

Pierre Jaques Chatel, Cure de Belleville, Rouen. 
Dapres, Cure de Notre Dames Daspres, 

Evreux. 

Jean Baptiste FOiseau, Cure de Verson, Lisieux. 
Le Peltier, Ptre. Vicaire de Bemil, 

Bayeux. 
Jean Mathieu le Bechu, Cure de St Sulpice 

Rennes. 

Henri Jaques de Geoffrey, Ptre, Treves. 
Martin Biville, Cure de Buzeville la Giffard, 

Rouen. 

Louis Germond, Cure Prieur Deschaires, Angers. 
Pierre Robert Fercy, Cure de Rauville la Place, 

Coutances. 
Nicolas Joseph Gy, Ptre. Vicaire de St Foy Longe- 

ville, Rouen. 

Nicolas de Bedel, Cure de Fourneville, Lisieux. 
Pierre Chaptois, Cure de la Mouche, Avranches. 
Rolland Hugues, Ptre St Brieux. 
Franois le Coniat, Recteur de Langmodes, Dol. 
Francois Taille, Ptre Ch. de I Eglise Collegiale a 

Nantes. 

Jean 1 Eveque, Ptre, Bayeux. 
Jacques Hubert, Ptre, Lisieux. 
Richard Fra^ois Bignon, Ptre, Rouen. 
Pierre Tourneur, Prieur Cure de Ste Poule, la 

Rochelle. 
Joseph Marie Chaperon, Cure de St Germain de 

Sivry, Sens. 
Michel Rault, Ptre, Vicaire de St Martin Don, 

Coutances. 
Louis Thomas Tulou des Marais, Cure de Coulonge 

Evreux. 

Joseph Marie Cheny, Clerc Tonsure, St Brieux. 
Jean Baptiste Caillard, Cure de St Severin Douc- 

ques, Blois. 

Jean Pierre Lestoc, Cure de St Juste, Evreux. 
Jacques Goreithe, Ptre, Chan de la Col de St 

Genest, Clermont. 
Francois Joseph Magny, Directeur du Seminaire 

de Treguier, Treguier. 
Jacob de Sauce, Ptre, Regent au College de 

Mortain, Avranches. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 77 

Etienne Felix Rondeau, Chan Reg Premon, 

Prieur. 

Cure du Hollot St Sulpice, Rouen. 
Jean Dominique Dumas, Prieur Cure de St. 

Medard, la Rochelle. 

Jacques le Normand, Cure de la Lacelle, Mans. 
Gilles Mauduit, Cure de Charehigne, Mans. 
Marie Marquerite, Trinocq [,] Religieuse [a nun.] 
Nicolas le Canu, Cure de Pretol, Coutances. 
Pierre Pichon, Cure de Ros sur Cuesnon, Dol. 

Burey, Vicaire de Carantans, Coutances. 
Pierre de Laire, Cure de Balouges, Rennes. 
Jean Louis du Fresne, Cure de Varenguebec. 
Desire Ambroise, Cure de Tressaint, Dol. 
Jean Toucaud, Vicaire de Bourey, Coutances. 

FHennec, Chanoine et Official, Treguier. 
Gilles Joseph Marie Feugard[,] Ptre, Treguier. 
Jean Bapt Lallier, Cure de la 2e portion de 

Bieville, Lisieux. 

Adrien le Perchey, Cure d Hecmanville, Lisieux, 
Robert Adrie, Cure la Ire portion de la Vac- 

querie, Bayeux. 
Pierre Paul Andre Osmont des Aulnez Diacre, 

Coutances. 

Pierre Coisnon, Ptre de la Goula Friere, Lisieux. 
Jean Louis Duran, Ptre Religieux de St Maur a 

Vitre, Rennes. 
Jacq Ch Fr Guill Sulpice Joenne des Croutes, 

Vicaire de Cherbourg, Coutances. 
Jean Jacq le Due, Ptre de Honfleur, Lisieux. 
Joseph Marie le Page, Vicaire de St Remi, de 

Chateau Gontier, Angers. 
Pierre Moriceau, Ptre, Mans. 
Jean Guill Pougny, Vicaire, Rouen. 
Michel Fr Roger, Cure de Bures, Bayeux. 
Pierre Fr Royer, Vicaire, Evreux. 
Henri Louis Fr Gerard, Cure de Meheudin, Seez. 
Julien Marie Moulin, Recteur Doyen de Vitre 

Rennes. 
Jean Bapt Victor Ricard, Cure de Nonencourt, 

Noyon. 
Antoine Fr Marin Bunouf, Ptre, Bayeux. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1802. 

CLERGY. 

1800. Nov. 29. Rev. John Greenway. 
Dec. 4. Rev. Henry Potts. 

1801. Jan. 31. Rev. Simon Lucas (at Old Hall, Herts.). 
Mar. 6. Rev. Thomas Horrabin. 



7& " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Apr. 11. Rev. William Flynn. 
28. Rev. Bernard Wrigut. 



1801. Feb. 14. Rev. Joa. Williams, Little Malvern. [ex S.J.]. 
May 19. Rev. Ja. Beeston, Canford. [ex S.J.]. 
Rev. Joa. Talbot, Rixton. [ex S.J.]. 



1800. Oct. 18. Rev. [John] Gregory Gregson, O.S.B. Age 67, 

at Weston Underwood, Bucks. 

1801. Jan. 12. Rev. John Pilling, O.S.F. Age 66, Religious 49 

at Osmotherly. 

July 10. Rev. [John] Vincent Wearden, O.S.B. 

26. Benjamin Maillit, O.S.D. Laybrother. Age 51, 
at Carshalton. 

Aug. 31. Rev. Tho. Slater, O.S.B. 

Sept. 6. Rev. [Daniel] Bernard Young, O.S.B. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 
100. Feb. 27. Mary Xaveria Blundell, Liverpool. 

June 12. Rev. Mother Bernardine Teresa, of St. Joseph, 
Foundress of the new Convent of Carmelites 
in Maryland, Age 67, Religious 45. for 
merly of Hoogstraet. 

July 14. Sister Mary Florentine, of St. Joseph, Age 36, 
Religious 14. 

Oct. 27. Sister [Juliana Mary] F. Sales Weld, 3 0. of S.F. 
Age 27, Religious 8, at Abbey House, Winton. 

Nov. 26. Sister Elizabeth Mary Ann Bruce, Age 81, Hen- 
grave, Suffolk. 

1801. Jan. 16. Dom. Ursula Scoles, O.S.Pfatris] Benedicti Bru- 
xellis, ^Etat. 43, Prof. 18, Wintoniae. 

June 16. M. Lucy Berkeley, O.S.B. Age 78. Religious 60, 
at Hammersmith, late of Dunkirk. 

Oct. 30. Dame C. Norris de St Mectilde, O.S.B. aged 29, 
Religious 1, at Bodney Hall. 
LAY CLERGY. 

1796. Ignatius Forresta, Villa Franca, near Nice. 

1797. Oct. 14. Alicia Greenage, Age 75. 

1798. Oct. 20. Mr. Joseph Green, Age 19. 

1799. Dec. 27. Peter Parry, Esq. Twysog, Denbighshire. 

1800. Mar. 30. Elizabeth Harborne, Age 38. 

May 3. Mrs. Letitia Napier, Age 64, at Tintern-Hall 

Somerset. 

29. Miss Mary Townshend, Bath. 
June 19. Mr. John Andrews. 
July 6. Mr. W. Humphreys, Age 27. 
Oct. 20. Walter Wakeman, Esq. Little Malvern, Worces 
tershire. 
Oct. 22. Mrs. Mary Cuerden, South Street, Age 84. 

24. Capt. Patrick Murray, lost on his Passage from 
Jamaica. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 79 

Andrew Murray, Esq. at St. Domingo. 
27. Mrs. Lucy Sheward, Purcell-Hall, Worcestersh. 

30. Miss Mary Hippisley, Shepton Mallet, Somerset 
Nov. 8. Mr. Charles Danell, Age 80. 

18. Mrs. Margaret Gorton, Age 85, Bethnal Green. 
29. Mrs. Jane King, Age 80. 

John Lynch French, Esq. of Nottingham Place, 

at St. Kitts. 

Dec. 2. Lady Mary Stuart, at Hampstead. 
7. Miss Elizabeth Thome, Age 24. 

10. Mrs. Elizabeth Windsor Heneage, at Newport, 

Isle of Wight. 

23. Mr. Claude Pontet, of Pall Mall, Age 73. 

24. Thomas Gorman, Esq. Age 65. 

1801. Jan. 8. Mrs. Ann Creagh, Age 72, South Audley Street. 

13. Mr. James Carr, Age 54, St. James s Street. 

15. Mrs. Martha Hedley, Stonegate, York. 

16. Peter Dillon, Esq. of Mount Dillon, Ireland, Age 

63. 
20. Mr. Joseph Heger, Age 61. 

Miss Elizabeth Gregory, Age 18, Rotherhithe. 
Feb. 2. Mrs. Frances Duany, Age 73, Wesfc Cowes, Isle 

of Wight. 

4. Mrs. Elizabeth Grainger, Hart Street, Blooms- 
b[ury]. 

11. Mr. William Menzies, Age 41, Buckland. 

16. Mr. John Thompson, Age 48, Sherborn, Yorksh. 

17. Mr. John Reeve" Age 24. 

18. Miss Elizabeth Wheeler, Age 30. 

19. Mrs. Juliana Bryan. 

Mar. 16. Mrs. Elizabeth Victor, Age 85. 

17. Mrs. Isabella de Nelle, Age 72. 

26. Miss Teresa Murphy, Age 25. 

29. Mr. George Atkinson, Age 61, New Compton 
Street. 

31. Mr. William Warrington. 
Apr. 4. Mrs. Mary Cox, Highgate. 

7. Vincent Eyre, Esq. of Sheffield. 

8. Mr. James Brewer, Age 57. 
May 11. R. Colegrave, Esq. Age 54. 

12. William Higgins, Esq. Air Street, Piccadilly. 
17. Mrs. Ann Townley Standish, of Standish, Lanca 
shire, Age 51. 

19. Miss Louisa Mary Wright, Age 14. 

20. Mrs. Collingridge, Somerton, Oxon. 
26. Alexander Duxbury, Age 64. 

June 9. James Whebbe, Esq. Age 74, Kensington. 

10. Lady Lawson of Broughall [Brough Hall], North 
Riding of Yorkshire, after receiving all the 
Rites of the Church. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY OBITUARIES. 

13. Mrs. Lucy Pugh, Hengrave, Suffolk. 

17. Humphry John Trafford, Esq. Trafford House 

Lancashire, Age 25. 

20. Richard Huddleston, Esq. Age 59. 
22. Mr. William Morris. 

July 2. Rt. Hon. Robert Edward Lord Petre, Age 60, 

at his house in Park Lane. 
13. Lady Winifred Maxwell Constable, at Terregles. 

21. Miss Ann Langley, Worksop. 

Aug. 5. Mrs. Woodacre, at Walton-le-Dale, Age 65. 

30. Mr. Hale Miller, Age 71, Swallow Street. 
Sept. 16. Mrs. Dorothy Basset, Hants. 

18. Mr. James Taylor. 

20. Mrs. Ann Fairbrother, Standish, Lancashire, Age 
83. 

22. Mrs. Stanley, Age 85. 
Oct. 2. Mr. Charles Green, Age 20. 

3. Peter Delmedico, Esq. Age 61. 
13. Mrs. Ann Kiernan, Duke Street, Lincoln s Inn 
Fields, Age 70. 

24. Mr. Charles Douglass, Age 41, at Baling. 

25. Miss Gillow, of Lancaster. 

LISTE DE MESSIEURS LES ECCLESIASTIQUES FRANCOIS decedes a 
Londres depuis le Mois de 7bre. 1800, jusqu au 25 Octobre, 
1801. 

Mgr. Augustin Louis Pene le Mintier, Eveque 
de Treguier. 

Jacque Fra^ois la Montagne, Pretre, Bayeux. 

Charles Simon de Touffreville, Cure de Bacilly, 
Avranches. 

Jean Jacque Gautier, Pretre, Rennes. 

Louis Caron, Cure de Bosville, Rouen. 

Jean Frangois Grebouval, Cure de Flocques, 
Rouen. 

Julien Brenet, Pretre, Bayeux. 

Gabriel Guerin, Vic. de Mutrecy, Bayeux. 

Franois Ely, Vic. de St Douilly, Bayeux. 

Paul Picault, Pretre, St. Malo. 

Henri le Blanc, Prieur Cure de St. Remy, Soissons. 

Jean le Vavasseur, Pretre, Coutances. 

Mathurin Franois Denais, Pretre, le Mans. 

Jacques Tison, Cure de Tilly, Bayeux. 

Nicolas Seraphin Lombard, Cure de Melamare, 
Rouen. 

Etienne Gilles Jollivet, Cure de Gens, Avranches. 

Joseph Marie Therese Alexandre, Pretre, Tre 
guier. 

Guillaume Jean du Bourne, Chan, de Dol. Dol. 

Louis Jacques Pepin, Cure de Louvetot, Rouen. 



OBITUARIES. 81 

Clement Decamp, Prevot de d Arcq, St. Omer. 
Jacques Yger, Cure de Gripon, Avranches. 
Pierre Esline, Cure de Tourlaville, Coutances. 
Alexandre Jean Baptiste Lucas, Vicaire, Rennes. 
Michel Coupeau, Religieux Dominiquain de Di- 

nan. 
Rene Jacque Claude de Frettel, Cure de St. 

Flossel, Coutances. 
Jacques Gabriel Picard, Cure de Draquemont, 

Rouen. 

Henry Tesnieres, Cure de Sceaux, Avranches. 
Jacques le Pailleur, Prieur des Dominicains de 

Caen, Bayeux. 
Joseph Claude Barthelemy Proust, Cure de 

Panalean, Rennes. 
Claude Jean Daguin, ancien Cure de Digny, 

Chartres. 
Jean Fouassier, Cure de Vergeal, Rennes. 

Abjean, Cure de St. Thegonet, Leon. 
Leon Ernouf, Cure de Tourville, Coutances. 
Jean Lancelin, Cure de Courcereaux, Sees. 
Frangois Gilles Themoy, Pretre, St: Brieux. 
Jean d Homme, Chanoine de Clermont, Clermont. 
Henry Jean Dupont, Cure de St. Georges, Av 
ranches. 
Antoine Joseph des Fontaines, Cure de Houtte- 

ville, Coutances. 
Mathurin Jean Urvoy, Vic. de Langourla, St. 

Brieux. 

Antoine Frangois Heurtault, Vic. d Eu, Rouen. 
Jean Malandain, Pretre, Rouen. 
Anne Marie Guichard, Cure de St. Ursin, Cou 
tances. 

Adrien Osmond, Archidiacre et Vic. Gen. Rouen, 
Etienne Morel, Vic. de Tillieres, Evreux. 
Pierre Adrien Blandin, Missionnaire, Paris. 
Joachim Dominique de Perrier, Cure de Cormol- 

lain, Bayeux. 

Claude Louis Roussel le Pre, Cure, Lisieux. 
Yves Bidamant, Vic. de la Roche, Treguier. 
Jean Antoine le Monnier, Cure de la Villette, 

Bayeux. 

Pierre Frangois Marie, Vic. de Crenley, Bayeux. 
George Gabriel le Clair, Cure de Menil Gilbert, 

Avranches. 

Gribouilly, Vicaire, Paris. 
Frangois de St. Martin, Cure de Mesnil le Glaise, 

Sees. 

Nicolas des Touches, Chan, et Vic, Gen. de Dol. 
Antoine Duprey, Cure de St. Germain, Lisieux. 



82 



OBITUARIES. 



Francois Gar din, Pretre, Lisieux. 

Jacque Joseph Picard, Cure de Landes, Bayeux. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1803. 

CLERGY. 

1802. Feb. 16. Rev. James Home, at London, aged 77 (Rome). 

17. Rev. John Daniel, Stockton upon Tees. (Doway). 

May 23. The Right Rev. Gregory Stapleton, Bishop of 

Hiero-Csesarea, and Vicar Apostolic of the 

Midland District, at St. Omer s, aged 54. 

(Doway). 

Rev. John Strickland, at Paris. (Paris). 
Sept. 10. Rev. Charles Needham, at London. (Doway). 
Oct. 8. Rev. John Lonsdale, at Dodding Green, West 
moreland. (Doway). 

1801. Nov. 12. Rev. Edmund Harrison, Somers Town, [ex S.J.]. 

1802. Mar. 9. Rev. Francis Howard, Alnwick, Northumberland. 

[ex S.J.]. 
June 3. Rev. Geo. Bruning, Isleworth. [ex S.J.]. 

1800. Aug. 7. Rev. Matthew Norton, O.S.D. [bur. Aston- 

Flamville, born 1732, prof. 1754.] 

1801. Feb. 28. Rev. James Sharp, O.S.D., at Coventry, [born 

1752, prof. 1772.] 

May 2. Rev. [Richard] Benedict Simpson, O.S.B. 
July 31. Rev. William [Augustine] Kemble, O.S.F., at 

Birmingham, aged 59. 
Dec. 4. Rev. William [Leo] Pilling, O.S.F., at Lower 

Hall, late President of Baddesley School. 

[aged 60]. 

1802. Jan. 8. Rev. Arthur O Leary, O.S.F., aged 70. (at London- 

Dir. 1809). 
Apr. 8. Rev. Charles [Peter] Wilcock, O.S.F., at Goos- 

nargh. 

8. Sylvester Quince, Laybrother O.S.B. 
1802. Aug. 1. Rev. [John] Thomas Turner, O.S.B., at Morpeth. 

[prof. 1759]. 

15. Rev. [William] Maurus Heatley, O.S.B., Abbot 
of Lambspring. [prof. 1740]. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1801. May 12. Rev. Mother Mary Gertrude Simeon Weld, 3 
O.S.F., at Abbey House, Winton. [aged 60, 
rel. 44J. 
[1802] June 17. Sister Mary Magdalen Kimberly, Lay-Sister, 

O.S.B., aged 55, Woolton. [? 57, rel. 35]. 
[1801] Aug. 26. Domina Teresa Collins, ^Etat 79, Prof. 60, Win- 

tonise. 

[1801] Dec. 16. Sister [Barbara] Idesbalda Felicitas Plowden, 
30.S.F., Abbey House, Winton. [aged 56, 
rel. 38]. 



OBITUARIES. 83 

1802. Jan. 16. Dame Mary Bernard Lucas, O.S.B., aged 23, at 

Preston, late of Ghent. 

Feb. 2. Sister Grace Maria Foster, O.S.C., aged 74, reli 
gious 54, at Churchill Wood. 

12. Dame Mary Frances Paula de Beauvillier de Ste. 
Aignan de Ste. Melanie, O.S.B., aged 82, 
religious 63, Bodney Hall. 
14. Rev. Mother Abbess Elizabeth Foster, O.S.C., 

at Churchill Wood. 

26. Mother Eleanor Teresa of Jesus* Bourdon, Car 
melite, aged 65, religious 45, Canford. 
Aug. 13. Mother Marie Angelique Dufour, religious of the 
Congregation of our Lady for the Instruction 
of Youth, from Doway, at Abbey House, 
Winton. [aged 51, rel. 26]. 

Sept. 1. Sister Francis Joseph Jackson, O.S.C., at Hag- 
[gjerstone, aged 31, religious 10. 



LAITY. 

1801. Sept. 6. Mrs. Elizabeth Nicholetts, Bristol. 

19. Mr. George Partington, Walton, Lancashire. 
Nov. 19. Mr. John King, aged 71. 

22. Mrs. Mary Gledhill, at York, aged 84. 
Dec. 4. Mrs. Mary Porter, aged 57. 

Mr. Thomas Fairbrother, Standish, aged 78. 

Mrs. Moore. 
18. Mr. Richard Jones. 

25. Mr. Thomas Green, Liverpool, aged 55. 

26. John Silvertop, Esq., Minster- Acres. 
29. Joseph Fidel Escola, Esq., aged 51. 

William Ord, Esq., Stonecroft Lodge. 

1802. Jan. 2. Mrs. Eleanor Barry, late of Edgware-Road, aged 

60. 

14. Mrs. Elizabeth Thorne. 

15. Miss Esther Gradwell, Clifton. 
Edmund Collingridge, Poodle, Oxon. 

16. John Wilks, Esq., Coughton, aged 70. 

20. Mr. George Titchborne, at Vernon Hall, aged 13. 
Feb. 11. Mrs. Isabella Whitside. 

Mar. 24. Mr. Thomas Jackson, of South Molton-Street, 

aged 57. 

Mrs. Meynell, of the Friarage near Yarm, York 
shire. 

Apr. 1. Mrs. Eleanor Abbey, aged 65. 
13. Mr. William Mitan, aged 82. 
Miss Helen Reeve, aged 40. 

15. Mr. Edward Barry, late of Little Compton-Street, 
Soho, aged 38, 

* Printed Jeruealis. 



84 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

16. Mrs. Elizabeth Greville, at Bristol. 
21. John Magauran, Esq., late of Oxford-Street, 
aged 76. 

29. Mrs. Sybilla Walker, aged 79. 
Mr. Francis Consitt, aged 35. 

May 2. Mrs. Margaret Kirk, aged 62. 

11. James Green, Solihull, Warwickshire. 

14. Mrs. Elizabeth Mary Ann Cooke, Wife of Joseph 

Cooke, Esq., and paternal Aunt of the late 
Sir John Colleton, Bart. 

16. Mrs. Mary Seymour, at Arundel, Sussex. 
June 1. Henry Collingridge, Goddington, Oxon. 

3. Mr. Henry Addis, aged 56. 

4. Barnaby Murphy, Esq., late of Cadiz, aged 61. 
6. James Collingridge, Sommerton, Oxon. 

15. Mr. Joseph Bearblock, aged 82. 
July 3. Mrs. Csecilia Buckley, aged 68. 

4. John Hamble, Britwell, Oxon. 

10. Peter Hurd, at Ashbourne, aged 75. 

23. Mrs. Mary Ann Duffour, aged near 77. 

Aug. 7. Mr. Thomas Lewis, aged 77. 

9. William Witham, Esq., Cliff e, Yorkshire. 

30. Sir William Hales, Bart., aged 78. 
Sept. 7. Mr. Joseph Hunt, of Smithfield, aged 68. 

28. Mrs. Jane Plunket, of Baker-Street, aged 50. 
Oct. 9. Mr. James Egan, aged 62. 



Apr. 3. M. Pierre de la Brecque, Cure de St. Silvin, 
Rouen. Age 90. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1804. 

CLERGY. 
1796. Feb. 7. Rev. William Winter, at Lisle, age 57. (Rome). 

1802. Oct. 26. Rev. John Chadwick, Weldbank, V.G. (Douay) 

1803. Mar. 24. Rev. William Wilkinson, Vice-President of Douay 

and President of St. Omer s. (Douay). 
June 17. Rev. Richard Fishwick, Worksop. (Douay). 
July 11. Rt. Rev. Dr. Thomas Hussey, late Bishop of 
Waterford and Lismore, his Catholic 
Majesty s Chaplain of Embassy, &c. 
23. Rev. Philip Compton, age 71, at Dunster. (Douay). 
Sept. 12. Rev. James Barnard, Vicar-General of the 

London District, age 70. (Lisbon). 
Sept. [11]. Rev. Richard Cornthwaite, Harvington. (Douay). 



[1802? May 31. Rev. John Jones, London, [ex S.J.]. 
1803] [Apr. 2.] Rev. James Newton, Bristol, [ex S. J.] 

Rev. James Walton, Maryland, [ex S.J.]. 
Aug. 25. Re v. William HothersaU, Bristol. [Oxford, ex S.J. ] 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 85 

Dec. 6. Rev. James Adams, Dublin, [ex S.J.] 
10. Rev. James Welton, London, [ex S.J.]. 



1802. Dec. 4. Rev. Robert Vincent Patient, O.S.D., age 74. 

[72 ; at Carshalton, Surrey.] 

8. Rev. [John] Basil Brindle, O.S.B. [? Dec. 12 ; 
prof. 1765]. 

1803. Mar. 25. Rev. George Baynham, O.S.F., Ufton Court, 

Berks, age 66. 

Apr. 8. Rev. Mr. [Joachim] Ingram, O.S.F., at Sixhills. 
May 30. Rev. Nicholas Pusani, O.S.A., age 66. 

31. Rev. [John] Laurence Barnes, O.S.B. [prof. 1768]. 
Sept. 6. Rev. Edmond Coen, O.S.F., Newport Pratt, 
Ireland, age 51. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1801. July 23. Sister Mary Catherine Ogilvy, at Spetisbury. 

[O.S.A. aged 58 rel. 29]. 

1802. Nov. 5. Dame Henrietta Bertin de Ste. Magdalen, at 

Bodney-Hall, age 51, rel. 24. 

1803. May 9. Sister Charlotte Edmund le Catte, at Bodney- 

Hall, age 73, rel. 53. 
LAITY. 

1801. Dec. 24. Mrs. Ann Exton, at Eastwell, age 75. 

1802. Jan. Master Charles Talbot, at Vernon-Hall, age 12. 
Aug. 24. Mr. Robert Scott, killed by accident at Pudding- 
ton, age 48. 

Sept. 5. Mrs. Ann Chapplin, at Midhurst, Sussex, age 80. 
6. Mr. Charles Cruse, of Greenhill, near Wooton 

Basset, Wilts, age 62. 
Mrs. Mary Johnson, Duke-street, Lincoln s-Inn- 

Fields. 
Oct. 8. Mrs. Nugent, at Cormount, near Montreuil, age 57. 

16. Mr. William Charken, at Rumsey, Hants, age 68. 

25. Mrs. Ann Slade, East Lulworth. 
Nov. 8. Mrs. Mary Hodgson, age 73. 

10. Mr. Joseph Exer, age 62. 
22. Mr. William Bradley, age 65. 

26. Henry Stonor, Esq., of St. Lucar, Spain, age 30. 
Dec. 3. Sir Thomas Fletewood, Bart., at Bath, age 61. 

8. John Weldon, Esq. 

17. Mr. John Towhey, age 44. 

Lately at Altona, Dowager Lady Clifford. 
21. Mr. John Charles Saunier, age 42. 
25. Dowager Lady Ann William Bowyer, age 65. 
31. Mr. Timothy McDaniel, late of St. Paul s, Shad- 
well, age 98. 

1803. Jan. 2. Mrs. Catherine Macnamara, age 82. 

8. Thomas Barrett, Esq. 
13. Mrs. Elizabeth Beardmore, age 76. 
20. Mrs. Grace Currin, age 72. 



86 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Feb. 13. Mr. John Corcoran, at Malta, age 29. 

23. Edward Constable, Esq., of Burton Constable, 

Holdernesse, in the East Riding of the 
County of York, age 53. 

24. Mr. Francis Coates, Bookseller, Newcastle-upon- 

Tyne. 

25. Mr. William Davey, Senior, of Overy, Dorchester, 

Oxon, age 73. 
Mar. 2. Mr. William King, age 76. 

3. Henry Bostock, Esq., age 77. 
12. Anna Maria Orrell, Wife of James Orrell, Esq., 
of Blackbroke, Lancashire, having received 
with great Piety and Resignation all the Rites 
of the Church. 

17. Charles Hyde Hyde, Esq., of Hyde-End, Berks, 

age 62. 

19. Mr. John Couche, Junior, of Exeter, age 30. 

20. Mrs. Mary Perrey. 

20. The Honourable James Everard Arundell, Count 

of the Sacred Roman Empire, age 81. 
Apr. 3. Mrs. Elizabeth Watkins. 

12. Mrs. Catherine Witham, of Cliff e-Hall, North 

Riding Yorkshire, having previously received 
all the Rites of the Church, age 89. 

28. Joseph Purcell, Esq., of Somers Town, age 71. 

28. Rowland Conyers, Esq., age 79. 
May 8. Mrs. Ann Taylor, Islington, age 34. 

13. Mr. John McDaniel, age 51. 

18. Mrs. Mary Asnon, age 88. 

30. Mr. Thomas Hill, of York, age 80. 
June 11. Mrs. Lucretia Wright, age 43. 

18. Mrs. Nicholas Grimshaw, at Acton Pigot, Salop. 

21. Mrs. Elizabeth French, East-Lane, Bermondsey. 
27. Mrs. Deday, at Norwich. 

July 2. Mrs. Ann Madan, Bath. 

14. Anthony Mangini, Esq., Consul-General and 

Agent for Genoa, age 72. 

July 17. Peter Holford, Esq., of Wootton in Warwick 
shire, at Actonburnal, age 77. 

24. Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour, age 29. 

25. Mr. John Sisson. 

30. Mr. William Phillips, age 29. 

31. Mrs. Mary Hawksford, aged 35. 

Aug. 1. Mrs. Sarah Jessop, at Bilper [Belper], near Derby. 

10. Mr. Patrick Barry, of Waterford, at Newport, 
Isle of Wight, age 73. 

14. Mrs. Ann Bell of Stonegate, York. 

17. Mrs. Mary Riley, at Hastings, age 50. 
Sept. 18. Mrs. Ann Manby, age 70. 
Oct. 4. Mrs. Mary Daniel, age 49. 



" LAITY*S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 8? 

The Public are respectfully informed by the Printers hereof, that 
on account of the increased number of Chapels in the metropolis, and 
consequently of the Sacristans Fees, they are necessitated to advance 
the terms of printing Death Bills, including the insertion of the 
names of the deceased in the Directory, in future, to the sum of 
Twelve Shillings. Dirge Invitations printed and distributed. 

LISTE DE MESSIEURS LES ECCLSIASTIQUES FRANgois decede 8 
a Londres depuis le Mois de 9bre. 1801, jusqu en 7bre. 1803- 
[No dates given]. 

Diocese Ages. 
Gabriel Pierre Griboully, Vicaire de Satrau- 

ville, Paris, 60 

Nicolas Philippe le Francois, Pretre, Coutances, 50 
Dom Antoine Joseph Liber, Pretre de 1 Ordre 

de Citeaux, Boulogne, 70 

George Noel le Blanc, Cure de St. Ouen, 

Menillager Bayeux 46 

Jean Baptiste Aubry, Cure de Cressenville, 

Rouen, 60 

Etienne Pierre Amy, Pretre St. Malo, 35 

Louis Guillaume Faucon, Cure de St. Germain 

de Villers du Bocage, Bayeux, 77 

Julien Piquet, Vicaire de Sauville Coutances, 41 
Noel Durand, Pretre Bayeux, 60 

Antoine-Joseph Mabire, Cure de St. Vivien, 

Rouen, ** 

Claude-Fran9ois-Nicolas de Mery de Bertran- 
ville, Pretre Doyen du Chapitre Collegial 
du St. Sepulchre de Caen, et Vicaire- 
General du Diocese de, Bayeux, 83 

Guillaume Bobee, Cure d Hiebleron, Rouen, 72 
Jean-Baptiste Duval, Cure de St. Thomas de 

de Courcellier, Mans, 48 

Julien le Riche, Cure de Melerai, Mans, 50 

Collos, Cure de St. Etienne de Rouvraye, 

Lisieux, 66 

Yves Poisson, Pretre, St. Brieux, 59 

Charles Suze, Vicaire de Vattelot, Rouen, 54 
Fran9ois Joseph Glemot, Cure de Trebedan, 

Dol, 51 
Pierre-Fran9ois Papin, Grand Penitencier de 

Paris, 64 
Athanase Bringaut, Cure de Guitrancourt, 

Rouen, 63 

Boudin, Cure de St. Leonard de 
Honfleur, Lisieux, 48 

Fran9ois Desmarets, Cure de Rubercy, ****, 76 
Pierre Fra^ois Mery, Cure de N.D. de Caen 

et Doyen de la Chretiente, Bayeux, 81 

Raymond Renouf, Vicaire de Souloires, 

Angers, 40 



88 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Diocese Ages 
Bonaventure Luc Fra^ois Harel, Ptre, 

St. Brieux, 61 
Julien Serrant, Cure du Val St. Pere, 

Avranches, 76 
Pierre de la Breque, Cure de St. S Ivain, 

Rouen, 90 

Henry Joseph Jean Achille du Fresne de Virel, 
Chanoine de la Ste. Chapelle de Troye, 

Troye, 45 
Jean Vase, Cure de Grainville le Renard, 

Rouen, 62 
Etienne de Gournay, Cure de Clinchamp, 

Coutances, 61 

Guillaume Boyard, Vicaire de Butol, Rouen, 73 
Jean le Vaillont, Cure d Office de Truguery, 

Treguier, 53 
Louis Alexandre Domiencourt, Cure de Tour- 

ville, sur Arques Rouen, 66 

Charles Hodiesne, Cure de St. Ouen le Paingt, 

Bayeux, 70 
Guillaume le Marie, Vicaire de St. Denis de 

Villenette, Mans, 66 

Philippe Augustin Gosset, Cure de Quibou, 

Portion du Val, Coutances, ** 

Pierre Bourgeaux, Recteur de Lagnement, 

Dol, 83 
Jean-Nicolas le Charpentier, Cure de Chau- 

lieux, Avranches, 64 

Marc Claude le Marchand, Pretre, St. Brieux, 83 
Augustin de la Fosse, Pretre, Lizieux, 64 

Gilles de Launoy, Vic. de Luqueville, Bayeux, 50 
Louis-Clement le Gendre, Cure de Scos, Rouen, 73 
M. de Malfilatre, Pretre Bayeux, 

Anseaume, Pretre, Seez, 

Nicolas Baurin, Cure de Bois Heulin, Rouen, 73 
Jean-Marie de Chateaugiron, Pretre, Rennes, 53 
Pierre-Julien Thomas, Cure de Romasi, 

Rennes, 

Jacques Dubois, Cure de Plain ville, Seez, 

Pierre Joseph Cliquot, Chanoine regulier, 

Cure de Venesson ville, Rouen, 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1805. 

CLERGY. 

1802. Nov. Rev. John Greenwell, at Christchurch, Hants. 

(Doway). 

1803. Mar. Rev. John Carter, Wolverhampton. (Doway). 
Sept. 16. Rev. Dr. John Peter Haneli at Calcutta, aged 26. 

(Salamanca). 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 89 

Dec. 4. Rev. Henry Dennett, Lancashire. (Doway). 

12. Rev. James Green (alias King), at Rome, aged 

78. (Doway). 
1804. Jan. 22. Rev. John Taylor, Yorkshire. (Doway). 

Mar. 12. Rev. Charles Catrow, Spetisbury-House, Dorset, 
aged 51. [priest 26]. 



1803. Oct. 20. Rev. John [? Joseph] Doyne, Maryland, [ex S. J.]. 
Dec. 18. Rev. P. [Jean Nicolas, C.R.S., vi., 367] Grou, 

Lulworth, aged 73. [ex. S.J.]. 

1804. Feb. 2. Rev. Thomas Meynell, London, [ex S.J.]. 
Mar. 1. Rev. Joseph Spencer, Stonyhurst. [ex S.J.]. 



1803. Oct. 16. Rev. [ Roger] Boniface Hall, at Lamspring, O.S.B. 

[prof. 1756]. 
Dec. 9. Rev. John Hart, Osmotherly, O.S.F 

16. Rev. [William] Joseph Collins, at Lamspring, 

O.S.B. [? Dec. 15; prof. 1783]. 

18. Rev. George Johnson, Linley, Shropshire, O.S.B. 
[prof. 1768]. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1804. [Feb. 26] Sister Mary Agnes of Jesus Morgan, Lay-Sister 

at Lanherne, Cornwall, aged 74, religious 54. 

[Aged 82, prof. 51]. 
July 16. Dame Benedict Willoughby, at Hammersmith, 

aged 63. [rel. 42]. 
Aug. 20. Sister Elizabeth Thecla Palmer, at Abbey-House, 

Winchester, aged 82, religious 52. 
Sept. 7. Sister [Margery] Scholastica Rimmer, at Preston, 

Lancashire, aged 84, religious 62. 
LAITY. 

1803. Mar. 3. Mrs. Elizabeth Selby, at Alnwick, Northumber 

land. 

July 31. Mr. George Gibson, York, aged 61. 
Oct. 9. Mr. Daniel Thompson, aged 87. 
11. Mrs. Catherine Davis, aged 71. 
23. Mrs. Martha Mead, aged 32. 
31. Mrs. Jane Smythe, aged 29. 
Nov. 9. Mr. William Vose, aged 63. 

21. Sir Thomas Esmond, Bart., aged 45. 

Mr. Francis Byrne, late of Birmingham, aged 50. 
Dec. 6. Mr. John Matly. 

9. Mrs. Henry Rayment, late of Worcester, aged 31. 

15. Miss Lucy Smallwood. 

16. Mr. Joseph Earle, aged 56. 

25. Mrs. Mary Ann Burke, aged 37. 
Mrs. Catherine Tonnonton. 

1804. Jan. 3. Charles Conolly, Esq., aged 89. 

6. Mr. Theodore de Bruyn, aged 74. 



&0 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Matthew Teighe, Esq., in the Island of New 

Providence, aged 28. 
8. Mr. Mark Redmond, at Ballynakill in the County 

of Wexford. 

14. Mrs. Jane de Mun, aged 34. 
Feb. 5. Mrs. Mary Kay, of King-street, Bloomsbury, 

aged 36. 

7. Mrs. Anne Carrol, aged 57. 
19. Mrs. Alphonso de Velasco, aged 28. 
Mar. 1. Mrs. Mary Buckley, of South Lambeth, aged 26. 
5. John Haslen, Esq., late of Demarara, aged 67. 
7. John Peter Merry, Esq. 
11. Mrs. Martha Ryley. 

14. Thomas Savage, M.D., Conduit-street, aged 80. 
17. Edward Haggerston, Esq., of Ellingham. 

29. Francis Hutton, Esq., in the 42 d year of his Age. 
30 Miss Selina Talbot 

Henry Darell, Esq., lately in the East Indies 
Apr. 19 Right Honourable Eleanor Viscountess Wenman, 
Hinde-street. 

23. Mrs. Elizabeth Kandler, aged 86. 

John Francis O Reilly, lost at sea on board his 

Majesty s Ship the York. 
29. Mrs. Frances Andra. aged 58. 
May 21. Mr. William Fergus. 

Mr. Thomas Kiernan, at Sea, aged 35. 
June 10. Master James Fullam, aged 14. 

13. Mr. John Cowley, aged 24. 

15. Mr. John Hoare, aged 22. 

Miss Elizabeth Tristram, aged 19. 
19. Mr. John Morgan, aged 39. 
28. Mrs. Bridget Smith, aged 70. 

July 2. Mrs. Margaret Durtnal, Oxford-street, aged 50. 
Mrs. Catharine Teresa Gonz. Lima, aged 47. 

14. Mrs. Mary M Carthy, aged 50. 

Aug. 17. Right Honourable Lady Elizabeth Peregrine 
Gallini. 

24. Mr. John Hoy, aged 97. 

27. Mrs. Mary Ann West, wife of Mr. Thomas West, 

of Gracechurch-street, aged 26. 
Oct. 7. Francis Eyre, Esq., of Warkworth. 



LIST DE MESSIEURS LES ECCLSIASTIQUES FRANgois d^cedes a 
Londres, depuis le Mois de Septembre 1803 jusqu en 
Octobre, 1804. 
22. Janv. MM. Jean le Denmat, cur6 du Vieux-Marche, 

diocese de Quimper, age 60 ans. 

3. Fev. Louis-Jacques du Mesnil Aumont, cur& prieur 
de Bray-la-Campagne, diocese de Bayeux, 
age 74 ans. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY * OBITUARIES. 91 

8. Mars. Jacques Auvray, vicaire d Osboc, diocese de 

Rouen, age 73 ans. 
M. Baufils (Hughes Charles), cure de Sept Fonts. 

1. Sept. Charles Frangois de Lubersac, abbe de Noirlac, 

vicaire-general de Narbonne, age 75 ans. 

2. Oct. M. de Verdun (Jean Julien). 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1806. 

1804. Jan. Rev. Joseph Swarbrick, drowned on his passage 

from Valladolid. 

1805. Jan. 7. Rev. Charles Finch (Rome). 

Aug. 15. Rev. William Fryer, late President of the English 
College at Lisbon. (Doway). 



1805. Feb. 15. Rev. Thomas Digges, aged 95, at Maryland. 

[ex. S.J.]. 

June 2. Rev. Thomas Stanley, aged 90, at Lulworth 
Castle, [ex. S.J.]. 



1805. Jan. 11. Rev. [John] Boniface Taylor, Jun., O.S.B., at 

Lamspring. [prof. 1792]. 
May 9. Rev. [John] Lewis Heatley, O.S.B., at Lamspring. 

[prof. 1776]. 
30. Rev. [Joseph] Laurence Hadley, O.S.B., at 

Liverpool, [prof. 1757]. 

Mr. Charles Webbe, Lay-Brother, O.S.F. [at 
Douay]. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 
1804. Oct. 28. Sister Ann Josephina Ferrers, at Abbey-House, 

Winton, aged 56, religious 35. [30.S.F.]. 

[1805] Jan. 19. Mother Frances Xavierus, of Divine Providence 
Maddocks, Ex-prioress of Lanherne, aged 69, 
religious 47. [prof. 45]. 

[1805] Feb. 18. Sister Teresa Maria of St. Ursula, alias Teresa 
Morgan, of the Order of Carmelites, at Cocken- 
hall, County of Durham, aged 80, religious 
54. [? on 10th]. 

Apr. 22. Ann Clare Anderson, Rev. Mother Vioaress of 
the Poor Clares at Churchhill-Wood, Worces 
tershire, aged 82, religious 63. 

LAITY. 
1804. June 27. James Bowdon, Esq., Stavely, Derbyshire, aged 

60. 
July 13. John Bowdon, Esq., Beightonfields, Derbyshire, 

aged 83. 

Oct. 24. Mr. John Danell, aged 22. 
Nov. 13. Miss Ann Rock. 

16. Sir Henry Hunloke, Bart. 

19. Mr. George Barnes, aged 70. 

23. Mr. Charles Bellingham, Isleworth, aged 56. 



92 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

27. Mrs. Mary Witham, wife of Francis Witham, 

Esq. 
Dec. 13. Mr. Joseph Langdale. 

19. Mrs. Bowdon of Radford, Oxon, aged 73. 

19. Robert Berkeley, Esq., Spetchley, Worcester 

shire, aged 91. 

28. John Moor, a Pensioner in Greenwich Hospital, 

aged 108 years and 6 months. He was born 
at Castle Lyons, in the county of Cork, June 24, 1796 [1696]. 
He lived in five reigns, being born in the reign of King William. 
He served under Admirals Mathews, Lestock, Rowley and Hawke. 
He was in the engagement between the British fleet under Ad 
miral Mathews and the combined fleets of France and Spain, near 
Toulon. He was also in the memorable engagement in which 
Admiral Hawke obtained a complete victory over the French 
fleet near Belleisle in 1759. He retained the use of his faculties 
to his last moments, and till within six months of his death 
regularly attended the Catholic Chapel at Greenwich. 
1805. Jan. 3. Charles Townley, Esq., of Townley, in the county 

of Lancaster, aged 68. 

5. Sir John Gallini, aged 77. 

6. Mr. Edmund Bellew, lost on board the Aber- 

gavenny East Indiaman, aged 19. 

20. Mrs. Elizabeth Tracey, aged 65. 
23. Mrs. Margaret M Carthy, aged 27. 
30. Miss Ann Harrison, aged 32. 

Feb. 5. Mrs. Winefrid Adcroft, near Preston, Lancashire. 

8. Mrs. Anne Goodman, aged 33. 
14. The Hon. Maria Christina Arundell, eldest 
daughter of the Right Hon. Lord Arundell 
of Wardour, and wife to James Everard 
Arundell, Esq., of Irnham-hall, Lincolnshire, 
in the 41st year of her age. 
19. Miss Mary French, at Pentonville, age 63. 
27. Miss Ruth Elvins, aged 66. 
27. Mr. William Woollett, aged 66. 
Mar. 11. Mr. Edward Harcourt, Richmond, Yorkshire, 

aged 64. 
14. Mrs. Mary Blake, widow of the late Mr. W. 

Blake of Little Windmill Street, aged 64. 
27. Mrs. Ann Moore, aged 54. 
Apr. 10. The Hon. Mrs. Barbara Roper, aged 57. 

14. William Jones, Esq., of Clytha, Monmouthshire, 
aged 72. 

21. Mrs. Ann Cope, at Britwell. 

May 11. Mr. Terence Kiernan, late of Duke Street, Lin 
coln s-Inn Fields, aged 79. 

29. Mrs. Sarah Darley, aged 70. 

30. Mr. Peter M Mullen, aged 72. 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 93 

31. Catherine Lady Englefield, in the 80th year of 

her age. 
June 3. Mr. James Allanson, aged 28. 

7. Mr. Charles Langworth, aged 57. 
7. Elizabeth Corcoran, aged 13. 
10. Mr. Owen Callaghan, of Culloville, county of 

Armagh, aged 25. 

27. Mrs. Ann Brookes, of Henton Blewett, aged 63. 
July 6. Mrs. Elizabeth Farrar, at St. Thomas s, near 

Walsal, suddenly. 
14. Hon. Miss [Anna Maria] Clifford, at Newhall, 

aged 17. 

Aug. 21. John Porter, Esq., aged 87. 
Sept. 2. Edward Fitzgerald, Esq., of Newpark, county of 

Wexford, aged 38. 
16. Mrs. Martha Kandler, aged 69. 

ECCLSIASTIQTJES FRANgois. 

1804. Mgr. Louis Francois Marc Hilaire de Conzie, 

Eveque d* Arras, mort a Londres le 16Xbre. 
Mgr. Louis Andre de Grimaldi, Eveque Comte 
de Noyon, Pair de France, mort le Xbre. 

1805. Jean Nicolas Busiquet, cure de Montmain, 

diocese de Rouen, mort le 11 Janvier. 
Mgr. Alexandre Henri de Charvigni de Bloc,t, 

Eveque de Lombez, mort le 2 Fevrier. 
Nicholas Ouin, pretre du diocese de Rouen, mort 

le 6 Fevrier. 
Jacques Pierre Galopin, pretre du diocese de 

Lisieux, mort le 24 Fevrier. 
Jean le Noan, recteur de Loguivi-Lannion, dans 

le diocese de Dol, mort le 19 Avril. 
Yves Rouzault, pretre du diocese de Treguier, 

mort le 20 Juin. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1807. 

CLERGY. 

1805. Sept. 25. Rev. James Willacy, at Canford-House, aged 67. 

Rev. Thomas Berington, at Ingatestone-Hall, 

aged 65. (Doway). 
Oct. 18. Rev. Nicholas Clavering, aged 77. (Doway). 

27. Rev. William Dunn, Dr of Sorbonne, Blackburn, 
Lancashire. (Paris). 

1806. Mar. 5. Rev. James Taylor, at Hales-Place. 

Apr. 26. Rev. James Melling, Hazlewood, Yorkshire 
(Doway). 

1806. July 23. Rev. Walter Clifford, at Palermo. 



1805. Dec. 20. Rev. John alias [in rel] Anselm Bolton, S.B. 
[on 22nd, prof, 1753]. 



94 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

1806. Apr. 1. Rev. William Knight, O.S.F., at Osmotherley. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1805. Jan. 3. Sister Dorothy Coupe, at Canford-House, aged 

76, religious 54. 
June 6. Sister Collet Clare Hool, O.S.C., at Haggerstone, 

aged 49, religious 30. 

Sept. 24. Sister Blundell, at Haggerstone. 
Oct. 19. Sister Frances Joseph Webbe, aged 49, reli. 31. 

[3.O.S.F.]. 
Dec. Mde. Anne Brunet, Canoness of the diocese of 

Besanc^on. 

1806. Jan. 15. Mary Joly de St. Etienne, Lay-Sister, aged 71, 

religious 50. 
Feb. 7. Domina Maria Jo sepha Collins, O.S.B., Wintoni 8e, 

setat. 50, prof. 25. 
Aug. 12. Maria Clare Philips, Lay-sister, aged 71, religious 

43. 

LAITY. 

1805. Jan. 9. Mrs. Ann Heneage, of Cadeby, relict of Henry 

Heneage, Esq., aged 79, and 50th of her 
widowhood. 

May 7. Mrs. Dorothy Banston, aged 77. 
Aug. 10. Mrs. Jane Eyre, at Sheffield, aged 93. 
Sept. 21. Mr. William Cruse, of Greenhill, near Wootton- 

Basset, aged 21. 

22. Mr. John Ormerod, at Margate. 
Oct. 1. Capt. James Bird, 96th regiment, in consequence 

of a fall from his horse. 
2. Mr. James Tracey, aged 90. 
6. Mrs. Isabella Commonce, aged 81. 
9. Mrs. Elizabeth Cottam. 
16. Mr. Csesar Johnson, of Shelfield, Warwickshire. 

27. Miss Phillis O Rourke, aged 25. 
Nov. 1. Mrs. Joanna Lyons, aged 77. 

8. Mr. Joseph Cowdrey. 

9. Mrs. Mary Gardiner, aged 30. 
14. Mrs. Ursula Cowdrey, aged 79. 

16. Mr. Michael Pierat, of Davies-Street, aged 77. 
21. Mrs. Ann Thomas, jun., of Charles-Street, Gros- 

venor Square, aged 35. 
Dec. 2. Mr^. Mary Gary, aged 41. 

17. Mrs. Catherine Lowry, London, aged 68. 

20. Mrs. Catherine Calderbank, aged 65. 

21. Mrs. Phillippa Gisbitsky. 

26. Mrs. Martha Bulbeck, aged 60. 
26. Miss Frances O Rourke, aged 24. 

28. Mr. John Wilson, Bromley, Middlesex, aged 63, 

1806. Jan. 4. Mrs. Barbara Turville. 

18. Mrs. Ann Owen, aged 66, 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 95 

27. Mrs. Frances Porter, at Woolton, near Liverpool, 

aged 76. 

Feb. 2. Mrs. Mary Williams, aged 74. 
4. Mrs. Martha Howse, aged 83. 
10. Mrs. Frances Biddulph, Midhurst, aged 84. 

14. Mrs. Angelique Charlier, aged 65. 

15. Mrs. Martha Murphy, aged 26. 
21. Mr. Henry Flint, aged 59. 

21. Mr. John Fowler, Vale Place, Hammersmith, 

aged 67. 

24. Mrs. Mary Carpue, late of Serle-Street, aged 48. 
Mar. Mr. Matthew Walsh. 

25. Mrs. Ann Lewis, aged 87. 
Apr. 8. Miss Emma O Rourke, aged 23. 

12. Mrs. Mary Frances Scully, aged 36. 

14. Mrs. Elizabeth Greenwood, at Winchester, aged 

76. 

16. Samuel Angier, Esq., of Exeter. 
May 1. Mrs. Mary Angier, of Exeter. 

7. Mrs. Mary Meader, widow of William Meader, of 
Winchester, Merchant, aged 79. 

13. Richard Bullock, Esq., aged 59. 

John Michael Messenger, Esq., of Cay ton-Farm, 

Yorkshire. 

18. Mr. William Bui beck, of Hayling Island, aged 76. 
24. Patrick Burke, Esq., aged 82. 

27. Mrs. Dorothy Corney, of the Strand, aged 54. 
Mr. Edmund Power, of Waterford. 

Mrs. Mary Power, of Waterford. 
June 6. Mr. Henry Read, aged 63. 

10. Cornelius Donovan, Esq., aged 74. 

11. Mrs. Mary Mitan, aged 78. 

18. Mrs. Mary Rayment, of Worcester, widow of 

the late Mr. Rayment, aged 75. 
24. Mr. Richard Knapp, of Havant, aged 70. 
July 1. William Fermor, Esq., of Tusmore, aged 68. 
2. Mr. William Bowman, of Slindon. 
7. Mr. Hugh Byrne, aged 74. 

28. Miss Mary Charlotte Ryley, aged 26. 

Aug. 2. Francis Goostling, Esq., of Norwich, aged 80. 

15. Mrs. Thomason Kirk, wife of Mr. John Kirk, of 

Shadwell, aged 26. 

22. Mr. James Allbut. 

Sept. 3. Mrs. Appolonia Berk[e]ley, of Spetchley. 

19. Mrs. Winefrid Potier, at Standon. 
Mrs. Teresa de Bruyn, aged 72. 

20. Mrs. Elizabeth W T itham, of Durham. 
Sept. 21. Mrs. Mary Lemoine. 

23. Mr. John Clark, of Somerstown. 



96 

ECCLSIASTIQUE 

1804. Oct. 10. MM. Claude d Homme, pretre du diocese de 

Clermont, age 48 ans. 

1805. Janv. 27. Jean-Nicolas Gilles, pretre du diocese de Rouen, 

age 46. 
Avr. 7. Francois Carlu, vicaire de Villy, diocese de Roiien, 

age 53. 
Juin 11. Jean Squelart, pretre du diocese de Tournai, age 

66. 
7bre. 16. Marc Pain, religieux Dominicain et pretre du 

diocese de Rennes. 
8bre. 20. Jean-Michael le Lievre, pretre du diocese de Seez 

age 38. 
Xbre. 22. Alexis le Clerc, cure de St. Thomas, diocese 

d Evreux. 

1806. Janv. 29. Valentin Lavoisne, pretre et professeur du dio 

cese de Bayeux. 
Mars. 7. Fra^ois Goyard, recteur de Ferie, diocese de 

Rennes, age 70. 
Mars. 16. Alexandre Olivier, cure de Faverolles, diocese 

d Evreux, age 72. 

Avr. 30. Auguste Poisson, pretre, age 63. 
Mai. 23. Nicolas Cauchard, vicaire d Herman ville, diocese 

de Bayeux, age 63. 

Juil. 5. Mgr. Arthur- Richard Dillon, Archeveque, Pri 
mate de Narbonne, Commandeur de 1 Ordre 

du St. Esprit, age 85. 
Auot. 4. Bernard Tissandier, ci-devant Vicaire -General de 

Mgr. Tancien Eveque de Troye, age 73. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1808. 

CLERGY. 

1805. Dec. 8. Rev. John Halford, late of Tor Abbey, at Henley 

on Thames. (Doway). 

1806. June 28. Rev. George Hartley, at Harvington. (Lisbon). 
Nov. 15. Rev. William Danson. (Rome). 

27. Rev. Thomas Varley, aged 78. (Doway). 
Dec . 2. Rev. John Paterson, many years chaplain to the 

Right Hon. Lord Petre, at Buckenham. 
9. Rev. John Lindow, at Old-Hall-Green. 

1807. Jan. 4. Rev. John Nassau, aged 40. (Doway). 

8. Rev. Thomas Shelley, at Wolverhampton. 

(Doway). 

June 26. Rev. Joseph Syres, at Twickenham, aged 72. 
(Doway). 



1806. Nov. 4. Rev. Edward Nihil(Nihel[l],-Dir. 1809), Trinidad. 

[ex S.J.]. 
10. Rev. Charles Sewall, Maryland, [ex S.J.]. 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 97 

Dec. 28. Rev. Charles Leslie, Oxford, [ex S. J.]. 
1807. Apr. Rev. John Hodshon, Dunkenhall. [ex S.J.]. 

July 11. Rev. Thomas Lawson, aged 90, London, [ex S.J.]. 
Rev. Peter O Brien, Newhall. [ex S.J.]. 



1806. Rev. John (Fr. Thomas) Plunkett, O.S.D., at 

Verona, of an epidemic disorder caught by 
attending the hospital. [? Irish Province]. 
Nov. 20. Rev. Michael [Benedict] Pembridge, O.S.B. 
[prof. 1741]. 

1807. Feb. 8. Rev. Roland Michael Lacon, O.S.B., at Linley, 

Shropshire, [prof. 1761]. 

Mar. 8. Brother John Austin Atkinson, O.S.B., aged 21, 
at Acton-Burnell. 

24. Rev. [John] Edmund Hadley, O.S.B., at Pock- 

lington, Yorkshire, [prof. 1761]. 

[Mar. 25.] Rev. [Thomas] Placid Harsnep, O.S.B. , at Lam- 
spring, [prof. 1770]. 

Apr. 27. Rev. John Bernard Warmoll, O.S.B. [prof. 1737]. 

May 22. Rev. Henry Essex Edgeworth of Firmont, Vicar- 
General of the diocese of Paris, and confessor 
to Louis XVI., at Mittau, of a dangerous dis 
order caught in attending the French pri 
soners. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1806. Aug. 11. Rev. Sister Frances Agatha Halford, at Sion 

House, Lisbon, aged 49, rel. 32. 

Sept. 4. Dame Placida Jones, O.S.B., at Preston, aged 
75, rel. 51. 

Nov. 11. Sister Constantia Felix of the Holy Family, alias 
Constantia Clough, Carmelite, at Cockenhall, 
near Durham, aged 71, prof. 51. 
21. Dame M. Joseph Mostyn, O.S.B., at Hammer 
smith, aged 57, rel. 33. 

Dec. 30. Sister Teresa Joseph Fermor, at Newhall, aged 
35. 

1807. Jan. 31. Ann [sic, Louise Marianne] Lefevre, O.S.B., 

lay-sister, aged 72, at Woolton. [rel. 50]. 
Mar. 23. Mother Mary Augustina More, O.S.A., aged 75, 

rel. 54, having been Prioress 41 years of the 

English Austin Dames at Bruges. 
30. Sister Elizabeth Mary Agnes Jerningham, O.S.A., 

aged 80, rel. 62, English Austin Dames at 

Bruges. 
Apr. 11. Sister [Sarah] Mary Francis Xaveria Trant, at 

Newhall. [C.R S.S., aged 43 ; ? on Feb. 7]. 

25. Sister Mary Placida Brindle, O.S.B., at Can- 

nington-House. 

27. Sister [Anne] Mary Xaveria Tancred, aged 64, 
rel. 42, at Spetisbury-House. 

xii. a 



98 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

June 3. Sister Elizabeth Charnley, O.S.B., late of Dun 
kirk, at Hammersmith, aged 74, rel. 50. 
10. Sister Elizabeth Mary Baptist Stutter, at New- 
Hall. [C.R.S.S., aged 53]. 

Aug. 23. Elizabeth Joseph Smith, lay-sister, at Hagger- 
tone Castle. 

LAITY. 

1800. Aug. 12. John Winter, Esq., of Arundel, aged 61. 
1805. Jan. 30. Hon. Lady Mary Blount, in the 61st year of her 

age. 

Mr. John Sone, of Bedhampton. 
Mrs. Mary Smallwood, aged 73. 
Apr. 11. Mr. Philip Bowman, aged 19. 

20. Mr. William Ford, Bromsgrove, aged 23. 
Oct. 16. The Right Hon. Countess of Kenmare. 

21. Mrs. Mary Wilson, at Cliff e-Hall, Yorkshire, aged 

88, housekeeper 60 years to the late Henry 
Witham, Esq., and Family, whose life was a 
continued example of honesty, fidelity, and 
every other Christian virtue. 

27. Mrs. Sarah Jackson, aged 77. 

28. Mrs. Mary Tichborne, relict of Michael Tichborne, 

Esq., late of Stockton upon Tees. 
Nov. 11. Mrs. Margaret Gordon, aged 81. 

28. Mrs. Frances Carey, at Wollaston, N. Hants. 
Dec. 13. Mr. Martin Fabrij,* at Spetisbury-House. 

17. Francis Canning, Esq., of Foxcoate. 
21. Mrs. Elizabeth Walker. 

1807. Jan. 5. Mrs. Susanna Pratt, of Kennington, aged 34. 

10. Mr. Richard Stringfellow, of Duke-Street, aged 52. 
Feb. 1. Mr. Samuel Bullen, schoolmaster. 

4. Mr. William Carey, aged 73. 

5. His Excellency General Paoli. 

Mrs. Jane Bourne, housekeeper at Netherwitton, 

Northumberland. 
Mar. 2. Mr. Charles Kandler, aged 70. 

3. Mrs. Elizabeth Redmond, aged 35. 

10. Mr. Murty Cullen, Wapping. 

11. Mr. Richard Mather, aged 65. 

21. Miss Catherine] Tunstall, at Wye Cottage, aged 

48. 

23. Miss Mary Walm[e]sley. 
28. Mrs. Mary Richardson, at Minstre Acres. 
Apr. 18. Hon. Frances Clifford, at Schwerin in Mecklen- 

burgh. 

18. Mr. Daniel M Carthy, jun., aged 23. 

22. Matthew O Toole, Esq., at Bristol, aged 34. 

*A Dutch servant who accompanied the Augustinian nuns from 
Louvain to Spetisbury. 



OBITUARIES. 99 

30. Mrs. Winefrid Wilson, at Bristol, aged 78. 

Mr. William Norris, Warrington. 
May 9. Mr. Anthony Hunter, aged 56. 

12. Mr. John Coghlan, son of the late Mr. Jfames] 

P[eter] Coghlan, printer, Duke-Street, Gros- 
venor-Square. 

13. Mrs. Mary Davey, at Overy, Oxon. 
15. Mrs. Dorothy Banks. 

20. Mrs. Jane Eyre, at Brompton, aged 84. 

25. Mr. Edward Hill, late of Kennington, aged 52. 
29. Mrs. Anna Mathias, aged 78. 

June 5. Joseph Thackery, Esq., of Isleworth, Middlesex. 
5. Mr. Charles Dolmain, late of Clement s-Lane, 

Lombard-Street, aged 26. 
July 20. William Seymour, Esq., at Arundel, aged 69. 

26. Mrs. Frances Smith, aged 37. 

Aug. 2. Mr. James Stanley, at Hooton, Cheshire. 

7. Mr. John Bickerstaff, at Ruckley, Shropshire, 

aged 76. 

10. Mr. Thomas Cope, at Hammersmith, aged 75. 
12. Miss Susanna Orpwood, at Dartmouth, aged 32. 

23. Mr. Edward Molineux, formerly of Queen-Street, 

Mayfair. 

24. Mrs. Mary Hernon, aged 87. 

John Walker, Esq., teacher of rhetoric, Totten 
ham-Court-Road. 

Sept. 11. Mrs. Ann King, wife of Mr. Charles King of Grace- 
church-Street, at Liverpool, aged 22. 

ECCLSIASTIQUES FRANCOIS. 

1806. Oct. 10. MM. Antoine Chemitte, cure de Lussigny, diocese 

de Noyon. 
Oct. 19. Pierre Messager, cure de Commanna, diocese de 

Leon. 
9bre. 22. Jean Baptiste Dubois Auvray, religieux Capucin, 

diocese de Bayeux. 
9bre. 25. Mgr. Jean-Francois la Marche, Eveque de St. Pol 

de Leon, age de 78 ans. 

lObre. 20. Jean Coipel, cure de Manneville, diocese de Rouen. 
lObre. 26. Pierre Pichot, vicaire de Tirepied, diocese 
d Avranches. 

1807. Fev. 11. Alexis Chaillon, cure de Freteval, diocese de Blois, 

et aumonier des prisonniers FranQois. 
Mars. 6. Charles S. Crepelle, cure de Radinghan, diocese 

de Boulogne. 
Mar. 15. Thomas Baudouin, cure de FAunay, diocese de 

Rouen. 

Avr. 13. Pierre Paty, pretre du diocese de Rennes. 
Avr. 14. Alexis Tilly, cure d Ecardanville, diocese 

d Evreux, 



100 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Sept. 22. Jean Baptiste Carbonnel, cure de la Vacquerie, 
diocese d Evreux, age d environ 80 ans. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1809. 
CLERGY DECEASED FROM THE YEAK 1793 TO THE 15TH OF OCTOBER 1808. 

[Here follows a list of about 203 priests, perhaps all appearing 
in earlier Directories. No useful purpose can be served by 
their repetition here, however desirable in 1809. More is 
being done in these pages. The following solitary one 
seems to be additional; but may be a belated report for 
the year.] 

1801. Sept. 13. Rev. Richard Gibson. 

[The Directory for 1809 then seems to continue the usual entries 
received for the edition, as follows.] 

1807. Sept. 27. Rev. Charles Juliaens, O.S.F., London. 

[Aug. 25] [Joseph] Paul Grimbaldeston, O.S.B. 

[prof. 1777]. 

Oct. 1. John Joseph Burden, O.S.B. [prof. 1787]. 

Nov. 28. James Vincent Bowyer, O.S.D., at Win 

chester, aged 52, rel. 30. [ ? 28 ; chap 
lain to Benedictine nuns.] 

1808. Feb. 18. Rev. Matthew Casey, East Lane, Rotherhithe, 

aged 76. 
Apr. 1. James Jerome Sharrock, O.S.B., at Acton- 

Burnall. [prof. 1768]. 
May 6. Richard Smith, aged 82. (Rome). 

James Wilson, at York, aged 85. (Doway). 

22. Thomas Taylor, President of Valladolid. 
29. Richard Underbill Plunket. (Rome). 

July 30. Thomas Pitchford, at York. 

Aug. 14. Henry Kellet, at Burscought [Burscough, 

Lancashire.] (Valladolid). 
Sept. 4. Dennis Murphy, aged 72. 

Nov. 13. William Warrilow, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

[ex. S.J.]. 

23. John Mattingly, Ireland, [ex. S.J.]. 

1808. Mar. 15. Rev. John Alleway, at Sc[h]oles, Lancashire. 

[ex. S.J.]. 

Sept. 1. John Shaw, at Stonyhurst, Lancashire, 

[ex. S.J.]. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1806. Dec. Sister Agatha Whiteside. 

1807. Aug. 31. Dame Ann Johnson, aged 53, rel. 30. 

Nov. 3. Dame Gertrude Wells, O.S.B., at Hammersmith, 
aged 84, rel. 62. 

1808. Feb. 1. Catherine Fletcher, O.S.C., at Scorton, near Cat- 

terick, Yorkshire, formerly Superioress of 
the Congregation at Churchill- Wood. 



" LAITY S DIBECTOBY " OBITUARIES. 101 

23. Dame Mary Agnes Parkes, O.S.B., at Hammer 
smith, aged 46, rel. 21. 

Mar. 2. Teresa of Jesus Cowdry, Mother Subprioress of 
the Teresians at Lanherne, aged 47, rel. 24. 

15. Sister Teresa Joseph, of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, 
alias Teresa Van de Bogaerde, late of Bruges 
in Flanders, O.S.T., at Cockenhall, aged 57. 

15. Dame Francisca Anna Jacobi de St. Belin, O.S.B., 
Subprioress at Bodney-Hall, aged 54, rel. 35. 

17. Sister Maria Scholastica Mida, conversa, O.S.B., 

at Bishop s-House, Winchester, aged 63, rel. 
27. 

Apr. 3. Dame Mary Catherine Eccles, O.S.B., at Bishop s- 
House, Winchester, aged 76, rel. 55. 
May 8. Winefrid Miller, lay-sister, O.S.T. [sic, vereO.S.A., 

aged 47, rel. 21, at Louvain]. 

22. Louisa Frances Lancaster, late Superioress of the 
Augustin Nuns, Rue de Fosse St. Victor, at 
Paris, aged 84, Superior 42. [prof. 1750]. 
June 2. Sister Elizabeth Hodgson, at Scorton-Hall, late 

from Haggerstone. 
July 14. Dame [Elizabeth] M. Frances Sheldon, O.S.B., at 

Salford. [aged 88, prof. 1740] 
14. Sister Ann Chadwick, at Scorton-Hall, near Cat- 

terick, Yorkshire, aged 83. 
19. Sister Mary Austin Macdonel, O.S.C. 

Anna Mary [Hyde], lay-sister, O.S.A., at Bruges. 
Mrs. [Frances] Healde, at Bruges, in her 
noviciate, t 

LAITY. 

1800. Dec. 6. Mr. Thomas Green, at Wolverhampton, aged 85. 
1807. Aug. 5. Mr. William Hippisley, at Shepton Mallet. 
Sept. 27. Mrs. Mary Gage Rookwood, aged 26. 
Oct. 15. Mr. John Eccles, at Liverpool. 
Nov. 2. Mr. Francis Cipolla, aged 59. 
3. Mr. Joseph New. 

13. Mr. James Brady, aged 40. 

18. Captain Charles Rogers. 

22. Miss Elizabeth Knapp, at Havant, aged 42. 

27. Miss Elizabeth Mary Beauchamp, aged 20. 

Dec. 4. Miss Mary Nassau, aged 49. 

14. Mr. John Davis, of Derby-Street, aged 84. 

17. Mrs. Teresa Master, of Gratz in Stiria, aged 49. 

22. Mr. Henry Corner [Corney], aged 62. 

23. Mrs. Mary Pierce, of Princess-Street, Hanover 

Square. 

*Dame Mary Dolores, of East Bergholt Abbey, says these two 
obituaries belong to the year 1803 not 1808. 

t Mother Prioress of Bruges says she was " nee Dillon, and widow of 
Dr. Thomas Healde, Aged 53." 



102 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

23. Mrs. Judith Devereux, Wexford, Ireland, aged 

62. 

25. Mrs. Sarah Corner, aged 63. 

26. Mr. Benjamin Goodwin, of Union Street, Bishops- 

gate, at Addlestone, aged 35. 
28. Mr. Henry Bagley, of Upper Clapton, County of 

Middlesex, aged 63. 

1808. Jan. 6. Mrs. Elizabeth Collingridge, aged 42. 
12. Mrs. Juliana Howard, aged 70. 

14. Mrs. Catherine Porter, aged 68. 

19. Mr. Lawrence Keefe, at Goran, Co. Limerick, 
Ireland, aged 59. 

24. Mr. Richard Barry, late of the Minories, aged 37. 
24. Mrs. Mary Weightman, at Crake, York. 

Feb. 7. Mrs. Margaret Searle, aged 78. 

11. Mrs. Mary Sone, of Bedhampton, aged 46. 

12. Mr. William Clark, aged 48. 

27. Mr. Thomas Hoole. 

28. Mrs. Sarah Rice, at Hammersmith, aged 76. 
Mar. 1. Mrs. Mary Goulden, aged 74. 

9. Mrs. Elizabeth Burgoyne, of the City Road, aged 
65. 

11. Mrs. Eliz[abeth] Geoghegan Slane. 

13. Miss Jane Morrell, aged 25. 

15. Mrs. Ann Frith, of Sheffield. 

19. Mr. Peter Henry Lynch, aged 21. 
Apr. 5. Mrs. Elizabeth Crosby, aged 39. 

14. James Reeve, M.D., Kingston, Jamaica, aged 47. 

16. Mr. Patrick Dugan, aged 57. 

19. Mrs. Elizabeth Scholastica Green, at Wolver- 

hampton, aged 85. 

20. Miss Winefred Allan, of Judd Place, aged 39. 

21. Mrs. Eleanor Prendergast, aged 71. 

22. Mrs. Ellen Carter, New House, Hollowforth. 
Mr. Francis King, Fintona, Ireland. 

May 1. Mrs. Martha Talker, aged 54. 

24. Mrs. Elizabeth Burke, relict of the late Patrick 

Burke, Esq., aged 72. 
28. Mr. Christopher Gary, aged 49. 
30. Miss Eleonora Selby, aged 21. 
June 7. Edward Meynell, Esq., of Yarm, Yorkshire. 
8. Mr. Edward Price, at Liverpool, aged 32. 

12. Mr. James Fanning. 

20. Mr. Philip Ryan, aged 42. 

24. Mrs. Mary Howell, of Chelsea, aged 69. 

Mrs. Mary Frank. 
July 2. Mr. Walter Power, of Kennington Cross, aged 68. 

13. Mr. Robert Stewart, Lincoln s-Inn- Fields, aged 

67. 
19. Mr. John Kirk, of Shadwell. 



* LAITY* S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 103 

28. Mr. Thomas Crowe, aged 67. 

30. Mrs. Anastatia Charker, Devonshire Buildings, 

near Bath, late of Winchester. 
Aug. 10. Miss Catherine Mostyn, eldest daughter of Charles 

Browne Mostyn, Esq., at Bath, aged 30. 

15. Mrs. Frances Gary, widow of the late George 

Cary, Esq., of Tor Abbey, aged 63. 
26. John Stanley Massey Stanley, Esq., of Moor-hall, 

Lancashire, aged 25. 
Sept. 13. Mr. Peter Douchez, Old Cavendish-Street, aged 

70. 
13. Anna Maria Lady Gerard, Garswood, Lancashire, 

aged 31. 
13. Miss Eleanor Girfard, Nerques, Mole, North 

Wales. 
Oct. 4. Mr. John Singleton. 

11. Miss Ann Hill, aged 23. 

13. Mr. Thomas Collingridge, Great Comberton, 

Worcestershire, aged 87. 

16. Mr. James Horn, of Bridges Street, aged 56. 

23. Mr. John Clempson, aged 86. 

ECCLSIASTIQUES FRANgois. 

1807. Mars. Jean Baptiste Tourmine, pretre du diocese de 

Paris. 
Oct. 10. Louis de Chambourg, cure du diocese d Evreux. 

24. Emmanuel Bourret, pretre de la communaute 

de St. Sulpice. 
Nov. 6. Jean Huart, cure du diocese de Bourges. 

13. Andre du Chemin, cure du diocese d Evreux. 
28. Adrian Bricon, pretre du diocese de Seez. 
Dec. 3. Jacques le Thuillier, pretre du diocese de Rouen. 
30. Jean Baptiste la Forge, sous-diacre du diocese 
de Bayeux. 

1808. Janv. 8. Jean Marquer, pretre du diocese de Paris. 

19. Pierre Clemens, cure du diocese de Seez. 

Joseph Planquette, pretre du diocese de Bayeux. 
Pierre Francois] Pellitier, ci-devant de la Congre- 
g[ation] de 1 Oratoire et profess[eur] au 
College du Mans. 

Mars. Jean Douduit, pretre du diocese de St. Malo. 
Avril 1. Jean de Levizac, Vic[aire] Gen[eral] du diocese 

de St. Omer. 

1. Gratien Pierre, cure du diocese de Paris. 
3. Rene du Rozier, cure du diocese de Bourges. 
3. Pierre du Bois, pretre du diocese d Angers. 

5. Fran9ois Cosnard, pretre du diocese du Mans. 

6. Julien Louin Clerc, tonsure du diocese du Mans. 

17. Nicolas Weugue, religieux Benedictin du diocese 

d Arras. 



104 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Juil. 26. Jean Decorches, chanoine de Seez. 
Aout 24. Jean Cliquet, cure du diocese de Rouen. 
Sept. 26. J< Pierre Augustin de Be beuf , Eveque d Av- 
ranches. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1810. 

CLERGY. 
1809. Apr. 25. Rev. James Hay dock, at Lea, near Preston. 

(Doway). 
Sep. 28. Rev. John Austin, at Brailes, aged 67. (Rome). 



1808. Dec. 9. Rev. Richard Molyneux, America, [ex. S.J., at 

Georgetown *] . 

1809. Sept. 5. Rev. Thomas Lewis, [vere Culcheth; ex S.J.] 

Chideock. [Dorset]. 

26. Rev. Joseph Simms, at Stony hurst, [vere Semmes ; 
ex. S.J.] 



1808. [Apr. 22] Rev. Maurus Chaplin, O.S.B., at Lamspring, in 

the summer, [prof. 1763]. 
Omitted in the General Obituary for 1808. 

1807. Mar. 8. John [Austin] Atkinson, at Acton-Burnell, aged 

21. [O.S.B.] 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1808. Mar. 17. Sister Mary Agnes Towsey, of the Holy Ghost 

aged 36. 
July 9. Sister Augustine M Donal, O.S.C., at Britwell 

House, aged 72, rel. 49. 

Nov. 27. Sister Mary Felicita Falkner, aged 77, rel. 55. 
Dec. 15. Sister Lucy [Grace] Lettas, lay-sister, aged 89, 

Jubilarian 18 years. [O.S.A., rel. 67, at 

Spetisbury]. 

1809. Mar. 13. Sister Amanda Cooper, of the Nativity, O.S.B., 

lay-sister, at Cannington, aged 86 [? 84]. 

1809. June 12. Dame [Anne] Mary Theresa Shepherd, O.S.B., at 
Salford, Warwickshire, prof. 29 [? 27 ; prof. 
1782], aged 47. 

17. Sister Catherine Bagot, lay-sister, aged 86, pro 
fessed 50. [O.S.A., at Spetisbury]. 

LAITY. 

1808. Jan. 27. Mr. John M Kinnon, aged 34. 
Feb. 13. Mrs. Ann Dowling, at Calcutta. 
May 18. Ulick Bourke, Esq., at St. Christopher s, aged 

69. 

June 17. Mrs. Mary Glasspole, Havant, aged 69. 
July Mrs. Barbara Tasburgh, wife of George Tasburgh, 

Esq., of Bodney, in Norfolk, at Florence. 
23. Mrs. Frances Leslie Roche. 

* A Jesuit list is noted " Ric (tic] debet esse Bobt. Prseces Collegii in 
Georgetown et Superior FF. suorum in America.* 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 105 

Aug. Mr. Charles Hopkins, at Birmingham, agecT20. 
Oct. 4. Mrs. Teresa Knapp, at Langston, near Havant, 
aged 33. 

24. Miles Stapleton, Esq., at York, aged 71. 

25. Mrs. Elizabeth Hudson, at Bath. 
Mr. George Lund, aged 34. 

Nov. 17. Mrs. Ann Martin, aged 77. 

20. Mr. William Phillips, of Charles-Street, Soho, 

aged 67. 
Dec. 4. Eight Hon. Henry Lord Arundell, Count of the 

Holy Roman Empire, aged 69. 

6. Mrs. Alice Dagnall, at Liverpool, aged 73. 

14. Mrs. Sarah Bagnall, of Sloane-Street, aged 65. 

15. Mrs. Martha Cullen, late of Wapping, aged 56. 

20. Mrs. Elizabeth Ansell, wife of Mr. J. K. AnseU, 

organist to the Portuguese Embassy, aged 
30. 

21. Master Rickard Edmund Bourke, aged 9, et 

Southampton, son of Rickard Bourke, Esq., 
of Nottingham-Place. 

24. Mrs. Mary Carrington, of Somer s-Town, aged 70. 
30. Mrs. Joannah M Donald, aged 41. 

Mr. Charles Pendlebery, at Blackburn, aged 80. 
1809. Jan. 1. Mr. Christopher Knuck, aged 48. 

3. Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson, aged 79. 
12. John Patrick Sweetman, Esq., of Francis- Court, 

Dublin, aged 24. 
15. Mrs. Hester Bird, aged 87. 
21. John Francis Moore, Esq., late of York- Buildings, 

aged 84. 

23. Mrs. Elizabeth Strongitharm, aged 94. 
Feb. 6. Miss Alice Charnock, aged 40. 

9. Mrs. Sarah Corser, relict of Mr. Edward Corser, 
of Upton-Cresset, at that place. 

21. Thomas Couche, Esq., aged 79. 

22. William Lynch, Esq., late of Great Russell- 

Street, aged 53. 

26. Mr. Thomas Darcey, aged 81. 
Mar. 2. Mrs. Mary Bayley, aged 63. 

5. Mrs. Hannah Eccles. 

7. Anthony Power, Esq., late of the Island of Tene- 

riffe, aged 43. 

8. Mrs. Mary Clavering, relict of Ralph Clavering, 

Esq., at Hampstead, aged 65. 
11. Mr. Eugene de Thuisy, at Cadiz, aged 27. 
29. The Right Honourable Robert Edward Lord 

Petre, aged 46. 

Mrs. Charlotte Doughty, aged 73. 

Apr. 10. Mr. Edward Pugh, late of Hengrave, aged 74. 
19. Miss Elizabeth Cary, aged 17. 



106 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

21. Mr. Robert Jefferson, aged 73. 

26. Mrs. Eleanor Selby, of Devonshire-Street, aged 77. 

28. Mrs. Alicia Sexton Gorman, late of Hinde- Street. 

Manchester-Square, at Renrenham [? Remen- 
ham], near Henley upon Thames. 
May 5. Mrs. Mary Keene, aged 73. 

6. Anthony Bordenave, Esq., aged 45. 

7. Pierce Walsh Porter, Esq. 

12. Mr. Joseph Harbutt, of Sedgley-Park, aged 66. 

16. Mr. Barnard O Neill, aged 69. 

17. Mr. Joseph Dempsey, aged 69. 

19. Mrs. Elizabeth Charlton, late of Sheffield. 
26. Mr. William Mitan, aged 64. 

30. Mrs. Frances Throckmorton, aged 35. 
June 7. Mr. Francis Augarde, aged 41. 

15. Mrs. Elizabeth Donnelly, aged 43. 

17. Mrs. James Read, aged 55. 

24. Mrs. Margaret Rooney, aged 40. 

29. Miss Catharine Nicholetts, at St. Michael s Hill, 

Bristol, aged 56. 

30. Miss Josephine Costello, at Chiclana, near Cadiz, 

aged 27. 
July 9. Matthew Peacan, Esq., Kingston, Jamaica, aged 

46. 

14. Sir William Jerningham, Bart., at Cossey-Hall, 
aged 74. 

16. Mr. William Thomas, of Gracechurch- Street, aged 

62. 

24. Mr. John Riseborough, of Norwich, aged 51. 
Aug. 4. Mr. James Winter, aged 67. 

8. Mr. Daniel Madden, Loughlin, Ireland. 

11. The Right Hon. Dowager Elizabeth Countess of 
Shrewsbury, aged 85. 

20. Mrs. Lucy Greenway. 

25. Mrs. Mary Ann Christiana Flynn. 

29. Mr. Patrick Murphy, of Wapping, aged 39. 
Sept. 8. Mr. John Smith, of Brooms, Bishopric of Dur 
ham. 

18. Mrs. Margaret Storey, aged 59. 



ECCLSIASTIQUES 
Louis Bricault, pretre, mort le 8 Janvier, 1809. 
Michael Saint, pretre, mort le 15 Janvier. 
Frangois Riquier, cure mort le 23 Fevrier. 
Jean Baptiste Mauger, pretre, mort le 22 Avril. 
Gabriel Pierre de Naillac, pretre, mort le 24 Avril. 
Benoit Pagny, pretre, mort le 9 Mai. 
Frangois Johannet, cure, mort le 3 Juin. 
Blaise de Laigue, mort le 15 Aout. 
Zepherine Escudie, mort le 16 Aout. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 10 1 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1811. 

CLERGY. 

1809. Sept. 14. Rev. Laurance Boyne, at Grant ham. 

Oct. 3. Rev. John Woivs[w]ick. at Leightoii Hall. [Doway]. 
Dec. 10. Rev. Michael Wharton, at Yealand, aged 76. 
[Lisbon]. 

1810. Jan. 19. Rev. Charles Blount, at Warwick. [Doway]. 

28. Rev. John Orrell, at Blackbrook, aged 65. [Doway] 
Feb. 23. Rev. Geo. Barrett, at Hendred. [Crookhall] . 

24. Rev. John Howell, Nerquis, aged 46. [Valladolid]. 
Mar. 29. Rev. Henry Tichborne Blount, at Maple-Durham, 

aged 87. 

31. Rev. James Rice. [Rome]. 
May 8. Rev. Thomas Eyre, late President of Ushaw 

College, at Ushaw. [Doway]. 
June 27. Rev. Robt. Tommins, one of the Sacristans of 

the Bavarian Embassy, aged 69. [Rome]. 
July 13. Rev. Ralph Southworth, at Spetisbury, aged 64. 
[Doway]. 



[1810]. Rev. Francis Beeston, Maryland, [at Baltimore ; 

ex S.J.]. 

1809. Sep. 9. Rev. John Bolton, Maryland, [vere Holme, ex S.J.] 
[1810] Dec. 5. Rev. Edward Howard, Pontefract. [ex S.J.]. 

1810. Mar. 25. Rev. John Pepper [Pippard], Terregles. [ex S. J. ; 

cet: 87]. 

28. Rev. James Porter, Lancashire [at Portico ; ex S.J.] 
Aug. 30. Rev. James Hussey, Shepton Mallet, [ex S.J.]. 

1808. Oct. 15. Rev. James Hodgson, at Antwerp, aged 66. 
1810. Apr. 14. Rev. Thomas Monk. 

[1808] Dec. [7-] Rev. D. [James] Placidus Waters [alias Duviviers] 
O.S.B. at Rome. [prof. 1757]. 

1809. Hev. Lewis Roberts, O.S.D. on his Passage to 

Madeira. 

June [8.] Rev. D. Robt. Augustinus Kellet, O.S.B. at Paris. 
[prof. 1751]. 

Oct.[l]7. The Rt. Rev. Dr. Gregory William Sharrock, 
Bishop of Telmessen, O.S.B. Vic. Ap. of the 
Western District, at Bath, aged 67, in the 
28th year of his episcopal consecration, and 
49th of his religious profession. 

1810. Jan. 19. Rev. Anthony Underhill, O.S.D. at York, aged 

61, rel. 43. [vere Plunkett ; at the Convent.] 
Mar. 13. Rev. [John] Bernard Slater, O.S.B. at Birtley. 

[prof. 1761.] 

15. Rev. John [Lawrence] Eccles, O.S.F. at Sizeragh. 

Apr. 1. Rev. Thomas Payne, Vicar Provincial of the 

religious order of discalceated Carmelites, 

and 24 years a chaplain to the Portuguese 



108 



OBITUARIES. 



Embassy, in the 55th year of his age, and the 
31st of his religious profession. 

8. Rev. Walter [Gregory] Watkins, O.S.F. at 

Abergavenny. 

June [9.] Rev. Rich. Harris, O.S.B. at Paris, [prof. 1755]. 
7. Rev. John Dawber, O.S.B. at Coventry. 

[prof. 1791]. 

Brother Dominic [Heininck], O.S.D. at Bornhem. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1809. Oct. 3. Mother Mary Scholastica Greenway, O.S.B. of 

the sacred heart of Jesus and Mary, at Can- 
nington, near Bridgewater, aged 50, [49] rel. 24. 
Nov. 24. Lady Mary Frances Hesketh, O.S.B. Abbess of 
the Benedictine Nuns at Preston, late of 
Ghent, aged 81, rel. 54. 

1810. Apr. 23. Rev. Mother Catherine Rouby, Superioress of 

the congregation of the Institute of the 
B.V.M. aged 68, rel. 45. 
30. Sister Ann Teresa Jump, O.S.C. at Gossfield, aged 

61, religious 44. 

Aug. 13. Sister Ann Joachim Harcourt, O.S.C. at Britwell 
House, aged 70, rel. 42. 
LAITY. 

1808. Oct. 12. Mr. William Wright, at York, aged 41. 

1809. Feb. 7. Mr. Charles Berrington, Isle of Man. 

Mar. 25. Mr. Jeremiah Leonard, at Halifax, Nova Scotia, 

aged 22. 

June 6. Mrs. Dorothy Hunt, aged 62. 
July 12. Mr. William Waters, Great Queen Street, Lin 
coln s-Inn Fields. 
Aug. 29. Mrs. Catherine Hill. 
Oct. 19. Mr. Joseph Olivier, late of Pall-Mali. 
25. Miss Catherine Spain, aged 26. 
27. Mr. James Corcoran, lost in his Passage from 

Margate to Deal, aged 27. 
30. Mrs. Bridget Ann Norfolk, aged 63. 
27. Master William Eccleston, of Scaresbrick, aged 

12 years. 
Nov. 1. Thomas Ralph Eccleston, of Scaresbrick, Esq., 

aged 57. 

Mrs. Ann Kelly, aged 80. 

5. Mrs. Ann Sophia Dillon, wife of William Mervin, 
Dillon, Esq. 

9. Mr. Thomas Farrel. 

22. Mrs. Mary Aylmer, aged 82. 
Dec. 8. Gerald O Beirne, Esq. 

14. Mr. John Reid, late o Slaughter s Coffee House. 
22. Mr. John Trapps, aged 39, at Barbadoes. 
24. Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, aged 76, many years in 
the Duke of Norfolk s family. 



" LAITY S DIBECTOBY " OBITUARIES. 109 

1810. Jan. 5. Mrs. Mary Berington. 

11. Mrs. Barbara Scheemakers, aged 63. 

20. Mrs. Mary Goodwin, aged 34. 

21. Mr. Charles Connor, aged 64. 
26. Mr. Francis Carpue, aged 41. 
28 Mrs. Mary Eyre, aged 85. 

31. Mr. James Edwards, aged 96. 
Feb. 2. Barbara Dowager Lady Mostyn, at Clifton, aged 

83. 

Mr. Joseph Cooke, aged 72. 

4. Mrs. Mary Colegrave, widow of the late Wm. 
Colegrave, Esq. Cann Hall, Essex, aged 82. 

6. Mrs. Mary Ingo, aged 69. 

9. Miss Ann Talbot, youngest daughter of the Hon. 

Francis Talbot, aged 22. 
13. Thomas Cologan, Esq. at Teneriffe. 

22. Miss Elizabeth Gorely, aged 85. 

24. Miss Maria Constable, only child of Francis Con 

stable, Esq. of Burton in Holderness. 
M r John French, of Vauxhall. 

25. Mr. Thomas Glynn, at Dublin. 

28. Mr. Vincentius Joannes Camphius, aged 50. 
Mar. 6. Mrs. Jane Clarke, at Liverpool, aged 62. 

28. M r Edward Dodd, aged 102. 
Apr. 4. Mrs. Cherry Stacy, aged 77. 

17. M r James Kelly, aged 60. 

30. Mr. John Christian, aged 50. 

Miss Eleanor Dollman, of Pocklington, Yorkshire, 

aged 23. 
May 13. Mrs. Isabella Mather, aged 68. 

25. Mr. Richard Carter, of the New Road, aged 38. 
June 5. Mr. Matthew Hopkinson, aged 74. 

7. Lewis Schiavonetti, Esq. aged 44. 

9. Mr. George Addis, of Southwark, aged 37. 
11. Mr. Michael Driscol, aged 50. 
13. Mrs. Sarah Clonard, relict of the late Col. Clonard, 
and daughter of the late Counsellor Bray, of 
Lincoln s Inn, aged 37. 
16. Mrs. Mary Ann Houston. 

Mr. Thomas Collingridge, aged 19. 
19. Mr. Robert Latham, of Ratcliffe Highway. 
22. Mrs. Catherine Fitzgerald, formerly of Piccadilly. 

M r John Boyne, at Pentonville, aged 54. 
July 1. M r Edmund Collingridge, of Goddington, aged 72. 
4. Mr. Joseph Moore, aged 47. 
6. Mrs. Julia Coppinger, aged 52. 
16. Mr. Daniel Durtnall, of Oxford Street, aged 58. 
21. Miss Eliza Mary Angelina Nayler, aged 16. 
25. Mrs. Hannah Young, of Brig, Lincolnshire. 
28. Mr. Jeremiah Donovan, aged 56. 



110 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

Aug. 1. Thomas Weld, Esq. of Lulworth Castle, at Stony- 
hurst, aged 

5. Mr. James M Stay, aged 25. 
9. Mr. Antonius Leimback, a native of Tyrol, aged 

45. 

11. Pierce Bryan, Esq. of Manchester-Street, aged 79. 
19. William Weeks, Esq. at Salisbury, aged 64. 

24. Charles Bellasyse, Esq. at Chichester. 

27. Mrs. Mary Honora Clavering, at Hampstead, aged 

37. 

28. Henry Blundell, Esq. of Ince, aged 86. 

Sep. 9. Mrs. Ruth Killingbeck, of Judd Place, aged 89. 
10. Mr. John Ollivier, of Bolton Row, aged 80. 
21. M r John Commonce, aged 83. 

25. Mrs. Ann Eighan, wife of Mr. Christopher Eighan, 

of Newdale, near Wellington, Salop, aged 37. 

Oct. 3. Mrs. Teresa Anne Cholmeley, relict of Francis 
Cholmeley, Esq. of Brandsby, Yorkshire, 
aged 55. 
The following came, too late for insertion in its proper place. 

Oct. 16. Rev. Michael Coen, many year Chaplain at Vir 
ginia Street Chapel. 

ECCL^SIASTIQUES FRANgOIS. 

1810. M. L Abbe Grellett des Prades, ancien Vicaire 

General de Die, Abbe Commendataire de la 
Vernuce, Instituteur de leurs Altesses Royales 
Nosseigneurs les Dues d Angouleme et de 
Berri ; mort dernierement a Paris, age de 
soixante et six. 

19 Mars. Charles Toury, Pretre du Diocese d Avranches, 
age de 52 ans. 

22 Mai. Paul le Blacher, Cure de St. Martin le Greard, 
Eveche de Coutances, age d environ 69 ans. 

24 Jean Toussaint Alphonso Froment, Pretre de 

Dieppe, Diocese de Rouen, et Pasteur de la 
Congregation de Brig, Lincolnshire, pendant 
16 ans. 

Dom. Maur. Prieur des Trapistes, mort a Lull- 
worth. 

30 Honore Francois Gauguiere, Cure de St. Pierre 

de Tours, age de 56 ans. 

3 Juin. Louis Fouqueret, Chanoine de Laval, Diocese de 
Mans, mort a Newbury, age de 56 ans. 

28 Juil. Jean Baptiste Buche, Diocese de Chartres, 
Chanoine de la Chapelle de Chateaudun, age 
de 67 ans. 
Jean Baptiste le Fra^ois, Cure de Campagnolles, 

Diocese de Coutances, age de 65 ans. 
Aout. Philibert, Cure de Mesnil Rainfray, Diocese 
d Avranches, mort a Jersey, 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. Ill 

28 Pierre Nicolas Marie, Cure de la Paroisse St. 

Ouen Prenderbource, Diocese de Rouen. 
3 Sept. Pierre Amand Robert Carrey d Asnieres, Pretre 
Conseiller Clerc au Parlement de Rouen, age 
de 76 ans. 

[1910.] Janv. M. L Abbe Comte de Preston, Ancien Chanoine, 
Tresorier du Grand Chapitre de Liege, 
decede a Liege dans la Cinquante-neuvieme 
annee de son age. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1812. 
CLERGY. 

1810. Dec. 5. Rev. Francis Hinde, at Somer s Town, aged 85. 

[Doway]. 

1811. Jan. Rev. Robt. Tindall, at Richmond, Yorkshire. 

[Rome]. 
Feb. 4. Rev. John Barrow, Claughton-Lane, aged 76. 

[Doway]. 

May 21. Rev. James Marsh. [Valladolid]. 
June 23. Rev. John Gregg. [Doway]. 

Rev. Halliwell, Greystock, Cumberland. 

[Valladolid]. 
Rev. Charles Fryer. 



1810. Oct. 14. Rev. Edm. Cogan. [ex. S.J., at Palermo]. 

1811. Feb. 16. Rev. P. Betagh. [Rev. Thorn. Beatah, ex. S.J.*]. 
Apr. 8. Rev. Herman Kemper. [ex. S.J., at New Hall, 

Essex]. 



1809. Brother Dominic Me[i]ninck, at Bornheim. 
1811. Jan. 5. Rev. [Thomas] Adrian Gurnall, O.S.B. at 

Everingham. [prof. 1673]. 

Apr. 25. Rev. John Leadbitter, O.S.D. aged 71, at Stone- 
croft, near Hexham. [at Whalley Grange] 
29. Brother Joachim Cooper, at Preston, Lancashire. 
June 19. Rev. Henry Bishop, O.S.F., at Baddesley, aged 86. 
July 21. Rev. Alexius Whalley, O.S.F., at Osmotherlay. 
Aug. 6. Rev. Austin Smith, O.S.D. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1810. Dec. 2. Dame Eusebia Pickering, O.S.A., at Bruges 

aged 72, rel. 52. 
9. Miss Frances Dormer, at Taunton Lodge, aged 

12.t 

14. Rev. Mother Prioress Mary Magdalen of St. 
Teresa, alias Errington, Carmelite, at Canford 
House, aged 62, rel. 46. [at Chichester]. 

* A Jesuit list adds "ultimus suorurn in Hibernia." 

t Mother Abbess of Taunton says, as one might expect from the age 
(if correct) of this young lady, that she was not a religious, but a pupil in 
St. Francis School. It is misplaced. 



112 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

1811. Jan. 16. Sister Mary Antony Gomes, Lay Sister, 0. St. 
Saviour, alias St. Brigit, of Sion-house, Lis 
bon, aged 84, rel. 47. * 

Feb. 27. Sister Ann Joseph Rose, of Jesus Maria, alias 
Boon, native of Maryland, in America, aged 
83, prof. 49, at the community of Carmelites 
at Cocken-hall. 

Mar. 6. Sister Anne Benedict Ascough, O.S.B. at Bishops- 
house, Winton, aged 85, rel. 61. Sup. 11. 
18. Sister Ann Teresa of the Holy Ghost, alias Fleet- 
wood [Jane] Butler, Carmelite of Lanhern, 
aged 82, rel. 62. [? 60, and on 14 Feb., 1810]. 
27. Lady Mary Benedict Bedington. [vere Bedingfeld,] 
late Abbess of the Benedictine Ladies of 
Ghent, at Preston, aged 54, rel. 36. 

Apr. 6. Sister Ann Teresa, of our Blessed Lady of Mount 
Carmel, alias Snell, Carmelite, Lay Sister, 
aged 28, rel. 5. 
May 11. Sister Mary Baptist Shirliker, O.S.A., aged 35, 

rel. 15. [at Spetisbury]. 

22. Sister Mary Isabella of St. Teresa, alias de Wulf, 
at the Community of the Carmelites at Cocken- 
hall, aged 56. 
June 5. Lay Sister Mary Sergysells [Seyssells], O.S.A., 

aged 87. rel. 57. Sup. 7. [at Spetisbury]. 
6. Dame Mary Louisa Hagan, O.S.B., at Salford. 

[aged 71, prof. 1763]. 

9. Sister Agatha Thickness, O.S.B. , at Hammer 
smith, aged 59, rel. 38. [a boarder at the 
I.B.V.M., after exile]. 
26. Sister Mary Magdalen Bird. V.H.M., aged 32, 

rel. 4. 

Aug. 10. D. Maria Philippa Eccles, O.S.B., Abbess at 
Bishop s-house, Winchester, aged 77. Prof. 
58, Sup. 14. 

16. Mrs. Marcella Dillon, one of the Ladies of the 
former establishment at Hammersmith for 
the instruction of youth. [Superioress of 
I.B.V.M.]. 

Sep. 27. Sister Clementina [Mary Ann] Tuite, O.S.A., at 
Spetisbury. [rel. 19]. 

1808. Sept. 8. Mr. John Young, of Portsea. 

1809. July 28. Mrs. Frances Burke, at Bristol, aged 28. 
Dec. 14. Elizabeth Young, of Portsea. 

*Lady Abbess of Chudleigh informs me that this nun died afc the convent 
of the Irish Domincans, Bon Success, Lisbon. She was carried there in a 
dying state, as the Duke of Wellington had caused the Bridgettines to vacate, 
for the time being, their Convent, that he might convert it into a military 
hospital. 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 113 

1810. Feb. 20. Mr. William King, at Portsea. 
Aug. 4. Mr. Thomas Young, of Portsea. 
Sept. 15. Mrs. Elizabeth Teresa Mylius. 
Oct. 7. Edward Heneage, Esq. at Lisbon. 

10. Mrs. Talbot of Preston, aged 74. 
29. Mrs. Mary Gabb. 

31. Mr. Christopher Chapman Bird, aged 73. 
Nov. 15. Mr. John Sherrott, aged 80. 

16. Mrs. Mary Connelly, of Air Street, Piccadilly, 

aged 52. 
Dec. 4. Mr. Charles Carpue, Knightsbridge, aged 73. 

4. Mrs. Elizabeth Howard, wife of Edward Howard, 
Esq., aged 38. 

8. Mr. William Brown, father of M r Richard Brown, 

Catholic Printer, Duke-Street, Grosvenor- 
Square, aged 75.* 

9. Mrs. Sarah Giannilli, aged 51. 

13. Mrs. Helen Reeve, formerly for many years of 
Chaple-Street, Grosvenor-Square, London, at 
Wolverhampton, aged 80. 

13. Charles Bosville, Esq. 

20. Mr. Henry Hargrave, at Croston, aged 55. 

1811. Jan. 10. M rs Mary Boyer, aged 75. 

10 .Mr. James Cottam, at Lea, near Preston. 

12. Mrs. Mary Pieratt. 

13. John Hussey, Esq., of Nash Court, Marnhull. 

15. Mrs. Mary Burke, 15 years a Catholic School 

mistress at Bristol, aged 63. 

16. Mrs. Barbara Moore, widow of the late John 

Francis Moore, Esq. late of York Buildings, 
aged 73. 

27. Mrs. Jane Eccles, wife of Mr. John Henry Eccles, 

of Earl-Street, Blackfriars. 

28. Mr. John Whiteside, at Dolphinlee, near Lan 

caster, aged 68. 
Feb. 10. Mr. Charles Knapp, Portsea. 

17. Mrs. Mary Knapp, aged 36. 

20. Miss Catherine Mackay, at Gossfield. 

27. Mr. William Westby, of Duke-Street, St. James s, 

aged 61. 
Mar. 6. Mr. James Barber, of Rotherhithe, aged 38. 

11. John Westby, Esq., of White Hall, Lancashire. 

12. M r Michael Corcoran, of Pentonville, aged 30. 

U20. Mr. Henry Roe, of Forton, Lancashire, aged 64. 
27. Mrs. Mary Martin, aged 67. 
29. Mrs. Susannah Bowyer, of Worcester, aged 75. 
30. Mr. John Whiteside, Jun., Blackburn, aged 35. 
Richard Brown was a partner in Keating, Brown & Keating, then 
rs of the Laity s Directory. See Gillow s Diet. English Catht., i., 322. 



114 

Apr. 8. Mrs. Ann Shuttleworth, of Worksop, Notting 
hamshire, aged 72. 

14. Mrs. Mary Da vies, under the Wrekin, Leighton, 

Salop, aged 82. 

15. Mr Peter Archdeacon, aged 44. 

18. Sir Edward Smythe, Bart., aged 52. 

19. Mrs. Alicia Gibson, at Edge Hill, Liverpool, aged 

32. [nee Wilks] 
May 2. Mr. Jonathan Ord, of Knottingly, Yorkshire, 

aged 39. 
8. Mrs. Mary Murray. 

10. Miss Georgina Talbot, aged 11. [at school at 

Spetisbury, and buried there]. 

11. Mrs. Mary Smith, at Walton le Dale, aged 33. 
14. Timothy Collopy, Esq., aged 62. 

17. Joseph Dias Santos, Esq., aged 35. 

18. Mrs. Mary Gonstantia Smith, at South Lambeth. 

21. Mr. William Obiit, aged 70. 

25. Mrs. Mary Anne Hehl, of Queen-street, Mayfair, 

aged 30. 

June 4. Mrs. Elizabeth Berkeley, widow of the late 
Robert Berkeley, Esq., of Spetchley, at 
Hartpury Court. 

13. Laurence Strange, Esq., aged 71. 
23. Mrs. Ann Feltham. 

25. Mrs. Mary Ann Everingham, aged 85 years. 
July 3. Mr. Francis Kennedy, aged 47. 

18. Mr. Ralph Wright, at Craike, aged 84. 

26. Catherina Josepha Lady Skeffington. 
Aug. 3. Mrs. Mary Franklin, aged 58. 

12. Mr. John Leadbitter, of Berwick upon Tweed, 

aged 62. 

14. Mrs. Mary Harding, aged 40. 

14, Mr. Richard Gillow, of Lancaster, aged 78. 

20. Miss Margaret Martin, aged 18. 
Sep. 9. Mr. John Taylor Reily. 

10. Mr. James Hamilton, late Porter of St. Patrick s 

Chapel, (suddenly.) aged 59. 

11. Mrs. Martha Barrett, of Milton, Berks. 

15. Mrs. Mary Smith, of Brooms, Durham, mother 

of the R. Rev. Dr. Smith, aged 84. 

22. Miss Mary Paterson, of York, aged 24. 

26. Thomas Corney, Esq. at Hove, near Brighton, 

aged 62. j j 

ECCLSIASTIQUES FRANCOIS. 
1810. Juin 18. Jean Baptiste Ursin Yvon, Ptre, dioc. d Auv- 

ranches. 

Nov. 3. Charles de Cr6maur, Ptre, Chanoine de St. Pol 
de Leon. 



OBITUARIES. 115 

4. Mathurin Chevreul, Ptre, Chanoine de St. Michael 

de Laval, Dioc. de Mans, age de 51 ans. 
13. Renoult, Cure de S. Georges de Livris, 

Dioc. d Auvranches. 

27. Jacques Quesnel, Ptre, Dioc. de Rouen. 

Dec. 8. Besnier, Cure de Mont Bourg, Dioc. de 

Countances. 
1811. Mars. 1. Jacques Fra^ois Guillois, Pretre du Dioc. de 

Seez. 

May 1. Mathurin Brexel, de la Paroisse de Tramain, 
Dioc. de St. Brieux en Bretagne, Pretre du 
meme Dioc., age de 63 ans. 

Du Gravier, Pretre, age de 78 ans. 
May Cooper, Ptre. 

Juillet. 4. Michel Paul Salquin, de la Ville de Loches, Dioc. 
de Tours, Pretre, Vicaire de la Paroisse de 
Vouvrais, meme Diocese, age de 50 ans. 
15. Mgr. S. Colbert, Eveque de Rhodes, age de 75 

ans. 
Aout. 16. Pierre Toussaint Youan, Religieux Capucin Lais. 

25. Raquin, Chanoine de Verneuil, age de 50 ans. 
Sep. 3. Alexandre Cesar Robin, Ptre, du Dioc. de Laon. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1813. 
CLERGY. 

1811. Dec. Rev. John Barnard, at Garstang. [Doway]. 

1812. Jan. 1. Rev. Lewis Wallett, at Hales Place, aged 81. 

[Doway]. 
May 8. Rev. Dr. John Douglass, Bishop of Centurice. 

Vicar Apostolic of the London District, in 
the 69th year of his Age, and 23d of his 
Episcopacy. 

17. Rev. Robert Banister. (Doway). 
June 5. Rev. Christopher Taylor. (Rome). 

19. Rev. W. Fletcher, at Sunderland. (Doway). 

28. Rev. John Lund, of Cottam. (Doway). 



11811. Dec. 14. Rev. John Buller, aged 70. [at Ince, Lancashire; 

ex S.J.]. 
[1812 May .] Rev. Peter Silvester Boarman. [in Maryland ; 

ex S.J.]. 

1812. May 23. Rev. Francis Clifton, aged 70. [at London ; ex S.J.]. 
[1812 Apr. 28.] Rev. Robert Cole, [at Bury St. Edmunds ; ex S.J.]. 

1812. Apr. [27] Rev. [Charles] Boniface Taylor, O.S.B., at Crosby. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1811. June 23. Dame Anna Maria Thickness, O.S.B., late of 
Pontoise in France, at Cannington, aged 62, 
rel. 41. [? aged 59, rel. 34; in 1812] 



116 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

Nov. 11. Sister Anna Maria Clifton, O.S.C., aged 70, rel. 53. 
22. Sister Ann Cecily Scarisbrick, of the 3d Order of 

St. Francis, at Taunton Lodge, aged 65, rel. 

48. 
1812. Jan. 14. Sister Mary Clare [Helena] Meade, O.S.A., at 

Spetisbury House, aged 73, prof. 53, jub. 3. 
29. Lay-Sister Ann Frances of Sales Helm, O.S.B., 

Salford, aged 25. rel. 5]. 
Feb. 11. Sister Angela Heugue, of the Order of the Visita 

tion of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Shepton 

Mallet, Somerset, aged 66, prof. 45. 
Apr. 10. Sister Mary Anthony White, O.S.C., at Scorton 

Hall. 
May 15. Lady Mary Magdalen Prujean, Abbess of the 

Benedictines at Hammersmith, late of Dun 

kirk, aged 87, in the 61st year of her religious 

Profession, and the 35th of her Government. 



ECCLSIASTIQTJES 

1810. Nov. 6. MM. RR. Louis Coquiere, Pretre. 
1812. Janv. 2. Louis Alexandre, Pretre, mort a Southampton. 
Juin. 19. Mgr. Joseph de Malide, Eveque de Montpellier, 

age de 82 ans. 
27. Mgr. Fra^ois de Gain de Montagnac, ancien 

Eveque de Tarbes, age de 66 ans. 
Sept. 25. Charles Romey, Pretre, Principale du College 

de Louis le Grand, age de 59 ans. 

Octob. 11. Rene Jacques Lerard, Cure de Livet, Diocese de 
Seez, age de 66 ans. 

Vifiot, Cure de Juvigni, Diocese de 
Bayeux, mort a Jersey. 

LAITT. 

1795. Octr. 6. John Reilly, Esq. aged 76. 

1810. Apr. 8. Mrs. Maria Rebecca Reilly, Relict of the late John 
Reilly, Esq., at Bury St. Edmund s, Suffolk, 
aged 81. 

1810. July 21. Miss Eliza Mary Angelina Nayler, at Preston 

aged 14. 
Aug. 12. Mr. John Hesketh, many years a diligent Assistant 

at the Sunday School, Wigan, Lancashire, 

aged 36. 
Oct. 15. Mr. Robert Selby, at Dover, aged 67. 

1811. Feb. 3. Capt. James Cottingham Leeky, 28th Regt. 

North Glo ster Infantry, of fatigue at Lisbon, 

aged 28. 

Mar. 6. Miss Mary Martin, at Henly Arden, aged 53. 
June 27. Mrs. Betty Grayson, at Wigan, Lancashire, aged 

25. 
July 14. Mrs. Mary Boycott, late Wife of Mr. Richard 

Boycott, Newport, Salop, aged 56. 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 117 

Aug. 6. William Anderton, Esq., Ince and Euxton Hall, 

Lancashire, aged 72. 

Sept. 9. John Taylor Reilly, Esq., at Islington, aged 54. 
25. Capt. Skelton Vickerman, and his Son John 

Joseph Vickerman, lost at Sea in the Hope 

off Brighton. 
Oct. 6. John Powell Lorymer, Esq., at Abergavenny, 

aged 61. 

12. Mr. John Sherrott, aged 51. 

17. Miss Catharine Bellingham, aged 22. 

21. Mrs. Mary Dangerfield, aged 73. 

27. Charles Reginald Cooke, Esq., aged 34. 

28. Mr. Charles Johnson, Junr. aged 34. 

30. Mrs. Bridgit M Carthy. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Hopkins, Senr., at Birmingham, 

aged 61. 
Nov. 3. Mr. Charles Bowman, Junr., of Arundel, aged 27. 

16. Mr. George Crosby, of Burton Street, aged 51. 
24. Camille Coriolis, Esq., aged 21. 

Dec. 10. Mr. John Griffiths of Cross Court Broad Court, 

Drury-lane, aged 76. 
20. Mr. Francis Brown, aged 84. 

31. General George Devini Merck, of Yllersden in 

Suabia, aged 51. 
1812. Jan. 12. Mr. George Hicks, at Brighton, aged 17. 

17. Mrs. Clementina Radclyffe, aged 76. 

1. Mrs. Mary Danell, aged 66. 

Jan. 28. Miss Elizabeth Ince, Ince near Wigan, Lancashire. 

31. Mrs. Elizabeth Hemsworth, aged 57. 

31. Mrs. Mary Gainsford, of Worksop, Notts. 
Feb. 1. Mrs. Ann Beck, Senr., at New Chapel, Oxon, aged 
65. 

2. Joseph Hodskinson, Esq., of Arundell Street, at 

Tichborne House, aged 75. 

3. Mrs. Scott Waring, of Parson s Green, Fulham. 
5. Mrs. Sarah Stringfellow, at Wardour, aged 84. 

10. Mrs. Ann Reed. 

13. Mrs. Jane Maria M Evoy, of Upper Berkley 

Street, Portman Square. 
Feb. 17. Mrs. Teresa Conolly, aged 73. 

18. Mrs. Julia Keating, Wife of Mr. Keating, Senr., 

Catholic Printer and Bookseller, Duke 
street, Grosvenor square.* 

19. The Hon. Mary Talbot, aged 83. 

29. John Stapleton, Esq., of Drax in Yorkshire, and 

Berwick Hill, Northumberland. 
Mar. 13. Mr. Thomas Morley, aged 27. 

15. Mrs. Catherine O Brien, at Bath. 

* George Keating was at the time a printer of the "Laity s Directory." 
(See Gillow s Diet. Eng. Caths. iii., 675.) 



118 " LAITY* S DIRECTORY " OBITTT ABIES. 

20. Mrs. Jane White, aged 63. 

23. Mrs. Elizabeth Musgrave, of Brigg, Lincolnshire. 

24. Thomas Ralph Langdale, Esq., aged 54. 

28. Miss Georgina Riley, aged 26. 

29. Mr. Thomas West, Junr., of Croppers. 
31. Miss Henrietta Phillips, aged 20. 

Apr. 3. John Dias Santos, Esq., aged 45. 

5. Mr. John Dogherty, late Chanter of St. Patrick s 
Chapel, aged 32. 

7. Mrs. Bridget Colegrave, aged 85. 

8. Mr. John Roony, aged 49. 

17. Miss Ann Murray, Wigan, Lancashire. 
19. Mr. Thomas Phillips, at Brailes, aged 74. 

27. Mrs. Mary Gillow, of South Audley Street. 

28. Miss Catharine Rattray, aged 57. 
May 7. Denis O Brien, Esq., aged 75. 

8. Miss Martha Bolton, Daughter of Mr. J. A. 
Bolton, Wigan, Lancashire, aged 29. 

18. Mr. Henry Krochman, of Oldenburgh, aged 33. 

25. Mrs. Catharine Griffiths, Wigan, Lancashire, aged 

45. 
1812. May 31. Mrs. Elizabeth Wright, at Towcester, on her 

Journey to Ireland, aged 33. 

June 25. Mrs. Jane Midlehurst, Wigan, Lancash. aged 36. 
July 2. Mrs. Mary Donaldson, Brownlow street, aged 76. 
7. Mrs. Elizabeth Wright, of Kelvedon Hall, Essex. 
17. Miss Mary M Carthy, aged 17. 
Aug. 13. Timothy O Brien, Esq., at Bath. 

14. Mr. Francis Kiernan, at Lambeth, aged 48. 
Sept. 4. Mrs. Mary Begg, of Dublin, at Brighton. 
22. Mrs. Ann Langdale, aged 41. 
28. Mrs. Jane [White xd out by hand in the Oratory 

copy] Whiteside. 
Oct. 29. Mr. James Eyre, at Chelsea. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1814. 
" It is a holy and wholesome thought, to pray for the dead." 

2 Machab. xii. 46.* 

1812. Dec. Rev. William Beauchamp. (St. Edmunds). 

1813. Jan. Rev. Richard Edmondson, at Ashton-Lane, 

Lancashire. (Doway). 

Feb. Rev. John Reeves, at Madeley. (Doway). 
Mar. 2. Rev. John Applet on, at Stafford, aged 71. 

(Doway). 
June 5. Rev. Charles Saul, at Thornton, Yorkshire, aged 

46. (Crookhall). 



1813. Jan. 28. Rev. Philip Darell, at Preston, aged 31. 
Mar. 12. Rev. Clement Wheetman, at Worcester.! 

* This is the first time this quotation appears. f Vere Weetman. 



u LAITY* S DIRECTORY* OBITUARIES. 

July 7. Rev. Leonard Brooke, at Lulworth Castle. 
Oct. 18. Rev. Thomas Cross, at Holbeck-Woodhouse. 

RELIGIOUS MEN. 

1812. Sept. 5. William Ambrose Allam, O.S.B., at Coventry, 
[prof. 1768]. 

1811. July Rev. [John] Gregory Ballyman, O.S.B., at 

Lambspring. [prof. 1754 ; July 23 or 13]. 

1812. Mar. 12. Rev. [James] Cyril Mather, O.S.B., ditto, [prof. 

1790]. 

1813. Feb. [8] Rev. Anselm Milward, O.S.F. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1811. Feb. 17. Sister M. Magdalen Glynn of the H. Ghost, O.S.B., 

at Cannington, aged 49. 

1812. Jan. 7. Sister Ellen Bride, of the Order of St. Bridget, at 

Sion House, Peckham, Surry, late of Lisbon, 
aged 64, rel. 45. [3 years Prioress, 12 Abbess]. 

Nov. 11. Sister Ann Clare Chantrell, O.S.C., at Gossfield, 
aged 93, rel. 71. 

Dec. 14. Sister Petronilla [Mary Xavier of the Infant 
Jesus] Beerenbrek [Veeren Broke], O.S.T., at 
Cockenhall, aged 66, rel. 39. 

29. Sister Mary Gertrude Witham, O.S.A., Sub- 
prioress at Spetisbury House, aged 56, rel. 30. 

1813. Mar. 2. Dame Ann Jos. Knight, O.S.A., at Salford. 

Apr. 26. Rev. Mother Mary Bernard Frost, O.S.B., 

Superioress at Cannington, aged 33. 
29. Sister Mary Clare Spalding, Poor Clare, from 

Rouen, aged 98. 

May 9. Rev. Mother Mary Oswaldine, of St. Teresa, 
Errington, Prioress, Carmelite, at Canford 
House, Wimborne [really at Chichester], aged 
71, rel. 53 years. 

July 23. Rev. Mother Abbess Mary Victoria Penswick, 
O.S.C., at Gosfield, aged 68, rel. 50, and 14th 
of her Government. 

Oct. 6. Dame Mechtilda Debord, O.S.B., at Bishop s 
House, [Winchester], aged 83 [80]. Prof. 60, 
Jub. 10. 

ECCLSIASTIQUES FRANCOIS. 

1813. Avr. 8. Pierre Abafour, Pretre du Maine, age de 74 ans. 

10. Mgr. Jean Bapt. Asseline, Archeu. de Boulogne. 

Mai 10. Jean Gilles Eveillard, Pretre du Diocese de St. 

Brieux, age de 82 ans. 

14. Nicolas Jean Saingevin, Chanoine de Douai et 
Ancien Principal du College de cette Ville, 
age de 65 ans. 
19. Piere Isaac Germont, Cure de Beauvais, age de 

81 ans. 
Juin 8. Rev. M. Bouchart, Cure en Normandie. 



120 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Juil. 15. Jean Bapt. Buon, Cure de St. Hilaire du Mans et 

Sindic du meme Diocese, age de 76 ans. 
Aout. 28. Rev. Ives Dancel, Cure de la Paroisse de Mande- 
ville. 

LAITY. 

1809. Dec. 18. Robert Thomas Healde, Assistant Surgeon in the 
16th Light Dragoons, in Portugal. 

1812. Oct. 11. Robert John Hernon, Esq., late of Upper Char 

lotte-Street, Fitzroy-square, aged 50. 
Nov. 1. Mr. John Martin, aged 63. 

4. His Excellency Philip St. Martin, Count de Front, 
late Sardinian Ambassador. 

8. Mrs. Frances Metcalfe, aged 54. 

9. Mrs. Petronilla Rocquigny, at Richmond. 

16. Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, aged 66. 

21. Miss Frances GalHni, Daughter of Francis Gallini, 

Esq., aged 11. 

Dec. 17. M. Le Comte de Cunchy, Marechale des Camps et 
Armees de sa Majeste tres Chretienne, a 
Londres. 

25. Thomas Shuttleworth, Pontefract, Yorkshire. 

29. Miss Ann Reeve, aged 33. 

30. Mrs. Elizabeth Pool, aged 74. 

30. Mrs. Martha Wilson, widow of the late Mr. John 
Wilson, Bromley, Middlesex, aged 77. 

1813. Jan. 14. Mary Turner, of Montague-street, Bloomsbury, 

aged 63. 

14. Mrs. Ann Fletcher, of Madeley, Salop, aged 27. 

15. Mrs. Ann Buckingham, aged 73. 

17. Mr. Daniel M Carthy, aged 70. 

26. Mrs. Trapps, at Bath. 

29. Mrs. Elizabeth * Stubington, aged 75. 

30. George Butler, Esq., late of Bath. 

30. John Berger, Esq., alias John Steigenberger, of 

Frankfort on the Maine, late of the New 
Road, St. George s, East, aged 75. 

31. Mrs. Mary Arrowsmith, aged 78. 
Feb. 1. Miss Elizabeth Corney, aged 35. 

7. George Doughty Cooke, Esq., aged 34. 

9. Mrs. Felicity Nihill, late of Carnden Town, aged 

62. 

11. Mr. Hugh Molloy, aged 81. 
26. Dr. Innocenza della Lena, aged 75. 
Mar. 6. Mrs. Sophia Gosford, of Overy, near Dorchester, 

Oxon. 

21. Mr. George Beauchamp, late of St. Paul s church 
yard, aged 60. 
28. Mrs. Frances Kimbell, aged 73. 

* Cath. Bee. Soc. i. Winchester Registers. 



OBITUARIES. 121 

28. Miss Georgiana Riley, late of Windsor, Berks, 

aged 27. 

29. Mrs. Mary Hutton, late of Lambs Conduit-street, 

aged 85. 
Apr. 4. Mr. John Chaplin, of Hart-street, Bloomsbury, 

aged 52. 

4. Mrs. Mary Harvey, of Orrel, near Wigan, Lanca 
shire. 

16. Nicholas Schiavonetti, Esq., aged 42. 
26. Robert Barnewall, Esq., late of Coleman-street 

Buildings, aged 73. 
26. Mr. John Berington, at Hereford. 
May 3. Mrs. Isabella Dresdaile, aged 77. 
12. Mrs. Mary Milner, aged 66. 

12. Mrs. Ellen Stokes, late of George-street, Portman- 

square, aged 42. 

14. John Towneley, Esq., late of Towneley, Lanca 
shire, and Park-street, Westminster, aged 81. 

14. Mrs. Elizabeth Atkinson, widow, late of New 
Compton-street, aged 42. 

24. Christina Theresa Josepha, Countess Dowager 

of Findlater and Seafield, aged 62. 

25. Edward Joseph Carpue, Esq., aged 22. 

June 9. Mrs. Mary Willcock, late of Harness Grove, near 
Worksop, Nottinghamshire, aged 69. 

13. M. le Comte de Rieux, Marechal des Camps et 

Armees de sa Majeste tres Chretienne, a 
Londres. 

14. Mrs. Dominick Tighe, at Warfield, Berkshire, 

aged 42. 

17. Mr. James Doyle, aged 19. 
20. The Right Hon. Christina Dowager Lady Arun- 

dell, at her seat at Irnham, Lincolnshire, aged 

70. 
July 3. Caetano Dias Santos, Esq., aged 78. 

3. Mr. James Coope, at Spinkhill, Derbyshire. 

4. George Taylor, Esq., second son of the late 

Thomas Taylor, Esq., of Cornsay Lodge, 
County of Durham, at Bath, aged 46. 

11. Mrs. Jane Farr, at Bristol, aged 51. 

19. Mrs. Elizabeth Bishop, late of Bath, aged 77. 
19. Mr. John Michael Rau, late of Komberg, aged 49. 
22. Mrs. Elizabeth Mitan, aged 69. 
Aug. 5. Mrs. Elizabeth Oatley, aged 83, suddenly at Shep- 

ton Mallet. 

8. Mrs. Ann Phillips, late of Charles-street, Sobo, 
aged 76. 

12. Miss Mary Arauz, aged 18. 

13. Mrs. Ann Tingry. , . 



122 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

13. Mr. Francis Henry Kreyenborg, late of Am- 
Vechte, at sea, aged 33. 

16. Mrs. Catharine Moore. 
Sept. 2. Mrs. Ann Cuff, aged 49. 

11. Mrs. Mary D. Knight, wife of James Knight, Esq., 

of Cannington, Somerset. 
Oct. 1. Mr. John Francis King, jun., aged 27. 

4. Mr. Roch Jaubert, aged 57. 

5. Miss Mary Eyre, aged 23. 

[Seventeen pages later. ] Too late for insertion in the Obituary. 
1813. Oct. 10. Rev. John Sanderson, at Bath. 

Nov. 1. Rev. Fisher, O.S.B. *) [Wrong, see 

5. Rev. Clarkson, at South Hill. ) next Dir.] 

Oct. 20. Ven. Mother Mary Seraphina Lawson, O.S.F., at 
Taunt on Lodge. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1815. 

[Three pages before the Obituary is a reprinted page with the following 

additions or corrections.] 
In the Obituary. 
5 Jan. 1813. Rev. James Barrow, at St. Helen s, should precede 

the Rev. John Price. 
5 Nov. Rev. Geo. Clarkson, should follow the Rev. Thomas 

Cross. 
14 Aug. 1814. Sister Mary Simpliciana Radcliffe, at Sales-House, 

aged 43, rel. 7. 
18 Jan. Mgr. P. F. d Albignac de Castelno, Eveque d An- 

gouleme, age de 72 ans. 
Mars. Mr. le Pecq, Pretre du Diocese du Mans, age de 

66 ans. 
18 Aout. Mr. Simeon Barre, Pretre du Diocese du Mans, 

age de 60 ans. 

4 Oct. Mr. John Hall, of New Bond Str. aged 63. 

11 Oct. Mr. Tho. Thorpe, of Southampton Street, Blooms- 

bury. 

25 Oct. Miss Ann Walmesley, late of Hammersmith. 

29 Mrs. Sophia Cary, late of West End, Hampstead, 

aged 40. 

OBITUARY. 

CLERGY. 

1813. Oct. 8. Rev. John Sanderson, at Bath. 

Nov. 1. Rev. John Fisher, at Sted Hall. (Rome). 

17. Rev. J[ohn Pinketh [Penketh], aged 80. (Doway). 
Dec. 23. Rev. John Colegate, at Lisbon. (Lisbon). 

1814. Feb. 4. Rev. James Maudsley, at New-House, Lanca 

shire. (Doway). 

Mar. Rev. Francis Jackson. (Rome). 
Apr. Rev. Thos. Martin, Hassop, Derbysh. (Rome). 
May Rev. William Southworth. (Doway). 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 123 

Aug. 24. Rev. Robert Smelt, aged 67. (Rome). 

1813. Feb. 5. Rev. John Price, at Liverpool, aged 75. [ex. S.J., 

1814] 

June 12. Rev. Thomas Barrow, at Liege, age 67. 
Oct. 18. Rev. Thomas Cross, at Holbeck, Woodhouse. 
Dec. 30. Rev. John Couche, at Greenwich, aged 69. 

1814. Jan. 26. Rev. Wm. Allan, at Turnham Green, aged 81. 
1814. Jan. 25. Rev. Michael Mahady, Confessor of the Poor 

Clares, Gosfield Park, aged 74. 

1813. Nov. 5. Rev. Geo. Clarkson, Disc. Carm. at South-hill, 

near Chorley. [not in Zimmerman.] 

1814. Jan. 13. Rev. William [Dunstan] Garstang, O.S.B., forty 

six years Chaplain to the Portuguese Em 
bassy, aged 78. [died 12th ; prof, at Paris 
1 Nov. 1753.] 

29. Rev. Ralph Maurus Shaw, O.S.B., at Salford. 
[prof, at Paris 12 May 1757] 

Feb. 5. Rev. Ralph Ainsworth, O.S.B., at Bath. [prof. 

at Douay 15 Dec. 1784] 

Mar. 26. Rev. Richard Peter Kendal, O.S.B., Prior of the 
English Benedictine Community at Acton- 
burnell, at Wootton. [prof, at Douay 24 May 
1779] 

July 29. Rev. Archibald Benedict Macdonald, O.S.B., at 
Liverpool, [prof, at Douay 11 Sept. 1757] 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1813. Oct. 20. Ven. Mother Mary Seraphina Lawson, of the 3d 

Order of St. Francis, at Taunton Lodge, aged 
71, rel. 53. 

29. Mother Ann Lewis (of our B. Lady) Hill, Ex- 
prioress of O.S.C., at Canford House, Win- 
borne, Dorset, aged 79, prof. 59. 

Nov. 19. Rev. Mother Catherine Hodgson, O.S.C., at Clare 
House, Plymouth. 

28. Sister Mary Teresa Fairbrother, O.S.C., at Goss- 

field Park, aged 59, rel. 39. 

1814. Jan. 23. Sister Elizabeth Clare Smith, O.S.C., late of 

Church-hill Wood, Worcester, at Scorton Hall. 
Feb. 11. Rev. Mother Mary Xaverius (of the Angels) 

Wright, Prioress, Carmelite, at Lanherne 

House, Cornwall, aged 61, rel. 41 [38] 
May 12. Sister Mary Austin Hyland, O.S.B., at Sion 

House, Peckham, Surry, aged 25, rel. 3. 
13. Ven. Mother Mary Benedict Stonor, O.S.A., late 

Superioress at Spetisbury House, aged 78, 

prof. 58, jub. 8, and Subpr. 28 years, [vere 

Prioress] 

29. Sister Mary Austin Barnaby, O.S.C., at Churchill 

Wood, near Worcester, aged 88, rel. 68. 



124 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

June 7. Dame Mary Bernard Tancred, O.S.B., at Bishop s 

House, Winchester, aged 79, prof. 60, jub. 10, 

12. Sister Mary Alipia Tuite (Frances) at Spetisbury 

House, Blandford, Dorsetshire, aged 39, rel. 18. 

18. Ven. Mother Frances Antony Ferrers, O.S.F. at 

Taunton Lodge, aged 67, rel. 50. 

July 26. Rev. Mother Mary Ignatius Collins, O.S.B., at 

Bishop s House, Winchester, aged 61, rel. 34. 

Sept. 24. The Hon. and Ven. Mother Mary Catherine 

Dormer, O.S.F., at Taunton Lodge, aged 87, 

rel. 71 [72] 



ECCLSIASTIQTJES 

1813. Fev. 13. M. Jacques Cormiere, Pretre du diocese du Mans. 

M. Pierre Charles Fleury, Pr6tre du diocese de 
Coutances, a Swinnerton Hall pres de Stone, 
Staffordshire. 

1814. Mar. 9. Abbe Duval, late Chaplain to the French Pri 

soners at Stapleton, near Bristol. 
LAITY. 

1812. May 6. Mr. William Rigby, at Wigan, aged 29. 

Aug. 5. Robert Macdonald, Esq., on his passage home 

from Bengal. 
Nov. 9. Mrs. Mary Winstanley, Manchester, aged 60. 

1813. Jan. 18. Mr. Roger Scott, Wrightington, aged 83. 
Mar. 30. Mr. William Taylor, Wigan. 

June 13. Mr. John Clarkson, at Calabaguy, Madras, aged 

27. 

July 12. Mrs. Dorothy Leigh, at Hatherop. 
Aug. 10. Mr. William Talbot, of Preston, aged 80. 

14. Mrs. Sarah Latham, aged 63. 

Sept. 28. Mrs. Elizabeth TrafTord, at Trafford House, near 

Manchester. 
Dec. 19. Edmund Trafford, Esq., youngest Son of the 

above Mrs. Trafford, Lieut, in the Royals, at 

Trafford House. 

Oct. 10. Mr. William Collingridge, aged 84. 
Nov. 1. Miss Bridgett Meade, late of Edward Street, 

Port man Square. 
5. Mrs. Mary Ann Martin. 
12. Thomas Andrade, Esq., eldest Son of Joachim 

Andrade, Esq., Portguuese Consul General, 

at Maize Hill, Greenwich, aged 20. 

15. Mr. Thomas Grant, of Castle Street, Leicester- 

fields, aged 41. 
27. Mrs. Alicia Trafford, relict of John Trafford, Esq., 

of Croston Hall, Lancashire, aged 85. 
26. Hon. Francis Talbot, at Witham Lodge, Essex, 

aged 86. 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 125 

Dec. 1. Joseph Davey, Son of William Davey, Esq., of 

Overy, Dorchester, Oxon, aged 13. 
2. Capt. Willibrordus Wyetse Boukes, late of 
Wousend in West Friesland, at Deptford, 
aged 54. 

6. Capt. Charles Macdonnell, late of 56th Regiment, 

at Bristol, aged 31. 
10. Mrs. Ann Cowdrey, in Normandy. 

18. Mr. Francis Hay, at Exeter, aged 66. 
31. Mrs. Margaret Tobin, aged 63. 

31. Joseph Gaetan Sciacculaga, Esq., aged 78. 
1814. Jan. 2. Mrs. Ann Collingridge, Widow of William Colling - 
ridge, late of Lulworth, aged 71. 

4. John Whyte, Esq., Loughbrickland, County of 

Down, aged 61. 

16. Mrs. Mary Stennett, Wife of Lieut. Charles 

Stennett, North York Militia, at Manchester. 

17. Mr. Bartholomew Rossiter, of Blackfriars-road, 

aged 61. 

19. Mrs. Ann Power, of Kennington Cross, Lambeth, 

aged 66. 

20. Mrs. Frances Selby, aged 55. 

23. Mr. John Johnson, Haigh, near Wigan. 
28. Mr. George Rice, senr., Wigan. 
31. Mrs. Cecily Varley, aged 67. 
Feb. 1. Mr. Thomas Howarth, Wigan. 
9. Mr. George Jenkins, aged 60. 

13. Mr. Richard Tilbury, at Midhurst. 

14. Mr. Arnoldus Ververs, a Native of Luyksgestel 

in the County of Liege, at London, aged 52. 

21. Mrs. Elizabeth Kandler,* aged 63. 

27. Mrs. Elizabeth Spain, late of Old Quebec-street, 

aged 58. 

Miss Grace Moorhouse, at Manchester. 
Mar. 1. Henry Witham, Esq., late of Gower-street, aged 
55. 

7. Mrs. Susannah Deday, at Norwich, aged 82. 
10. Mr. John Mower, of Oxford-street, aged 18. 

18. Mr. Bryan Connor, Surgeon, late of Bedford- 

street, Bedford-square. 
23. Mrs. Mary Allanson, late of Castle-street, Holborn, 

aged 38. 

23. Mary Teresa Schaffer, aged 28. 
Apr. 1. Mr. William Varley, late of Great Ormond-street, 

aged 70. 

5. Mrs. Jane Young, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

6. Mrs. Frances Paula Palyart, Wife of Ignatius 

Palyart, Esq., of Lisbon, aged 50. 

* A number of the Directories at the British Museum have the signature 
of one of the family in them. 



126 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

10. Vincent Newton, Esq., late of Devonshire-street, 

Queen-square, aged 88. 
14. Bernard Cologan, Esq., aged 41. 
14. Mrs. Clara Willson, at Lincoln, aged 57. 
25. Mrs. Maria Wheble, the Lady of James Wheble, 

Esq., of Woodle}?" Lodge, near Reading, aged 

33. 
28. Mrs. Elizabeth Holford, at Wooton, aged 81. 

Mr. William Winter, senr., late of Seymour 

Place. 
May 2. Mrs. Mary Butler, Lady of Charles Butler, Esq., 

aged 60. 

6. Mr. John Baptist Giannelli, aged 80. 

13. Mrs. Mary Montgomery, at Liverpool, aged 78. 
[sic] 36. Mr. Robert Taylor, aged 87. 

June 3. Honourable Elizabeth Blaquiere. 

10. Mr. John Newsham. 

14. Philip Langdale, Esq., of Houghton, Yorkshire, 

aged 90. 

16. M r Casimero Garcias Rendueles, aged 17. 
July 6. Mrs. Read, North Meols, aged 27. 

7. Mr. Nevill Fether, aged 67. 

11. Mrs. Joanna Stocqueler, aged 66. 

20. Mr. Daniel Tobin, aged 36. 

22. Mrs. Mary Young, late of Wellclose-square, aged 
40. 

25. Mrs. Mary Humphreys. 

Aug. 16. Mrs. Mary Addis, Wife of Francis Addis, Esq., 
aged 25. 

21. Miss Elizabeth Mary Talbot, aged nine years and 

ten months. 
24. Mr. John Krull, of Biihne, Bishopric of Paderborn. 

26. Mrs. Rebecca Addis, Wife of Mr. Charles Addis, 

aged 30. 
Sept. 2. Miss Rose Parry, aged 58. 

4. Mr. John Smallwood, aged 49. 

6. Henry Wakeman, Esq., late of Upper-Baker- 

street, aged 38. 

13. Mr. Nicholas Reynolds, late of Spitalfields, aged 
39. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1816. 

CLERGY. 

1815. Feb. 10. Rt. Rev. Dr. Francis Moylan, Catholic Bishop of 
Cork, aged 80. 

1814. Rev. Jerome Allen, at Lisbon. (Lisbon). 
Dec. 30. Rev. William Davis, at Chepstow. (Doway). 

1815. Jan. 24. Rev. Thomas Rigby, D.D., and Vicar General, 

aged 68. (Paris). 



"LAITY S DIBECTOBY" OBITU ABIES. 127 

26. Rev. Thos. Bloodworth, at Derby. (Valladolid). 
31. Rev. Stephen Green, late Chaplain of Greenwich 

Chapel, aged 43. (Rome). 

Feb. 4. Rev. George Chamberlayne, aged 76. (Doway). 
May Rev. Robert Swarbrick, Lancashire. (Doway). 

June Rev. Charles Bellasyse, D.D., Lord Fauconberg. 

(Paris). 

July 27. Rev. James Tasker, at Creswell. (Doway). 
( Rev. Henry Pile ) 

1814. 3 Rev. Robert Plunkett Maryland. 
( Rev. John Ashton ) 

Mar. 9. Rev. Richard Morgan, at Preston. 

1815. June 22. Rev. Charles Corbe, at Rotherwas. [ex. S.J. ; 

J. C. Corbe, 1813, in Jesuit list]* 

1814. Oct. 24. Rev. [Gerard] Albert [Plunkett alias] Underbill, 

O.S.D. [prof, at Bornhem 21 Oct. 1762, died 
at Hinckley and buried there, aged 70] 

1815. Jan. 8. Rev. D. Wplliam] Augustin [Caldwell alias] 

Walmesley, O.S.B.,at Alresford, Hants. [? at 
Brambridge] 

Mar. 3. Rev. Daniel Gaffey, O.S.F. 

July 16. Rev. D. [Edward] Alban Clarkson, [O.S.B.] at, 
Holme, Yorkshire, [prof, at Lamspring 11 
Nov. 1787] 

Rev. John Fleet, O.S.F., at Cheeseburn Grange. 
Rev. Joseph Tate, O.S.F. 
BELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1814. Mar. 19. Mere Marie Antionette Gravez, O.S.A., of the 

Congregation of Bd. Peter Fourier, formerly 
of Doway, at Taunton Lodge, [aged 68, 
rel. 43] 
Aug. 14. Sister Mary Simpliciana Radcliffe, at Sales-House, 

aged 43, rel. 7. 
Dec. 20. Dame Mary Agnes Carr, O.S.B., at Caverswall. 

[aged 25, prof. 6] 

25. Martha Josephina Swarbrick, O.S.A., at the 
English Austin Dames at Bruges, aged 31, 
rel. 7. [lay-sister] 

Sister Frances Winefride (of St. Bridget) Hillear, 
Prioress O.S.B., at Sion House, Peckham, 
aged 47, rel. 30. 

1815. Jan. 3. Sister Mary Austin Hutton, O.S.F., at Taunton 

Lodge, aged 60, rel. 26. 
Feb. 4. Dame Agatha Genevieve Gras, dite des Seraphins, 

O.S.B., at Heath Old Hall, aged 55, rel. 33. 
Apr. 27. Mother Mary Lewis Rowe, O.S.F., at Taunton 

Lodge, aged 74, rel. 58. 
June Sister Alphonsa Coulson, O.S.C., at Coxside. 

* The suppression of the Jesuits was removed in 1814. 



128 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

Aug. 10. Sister Mary Ann Weardon, O.S.B., at Caverswall. 

[aged 58, prof. 33] 
25. Dame Clementina Adcroft, O.S.B., at ditto. 

[aged 51, prof. 27] 
Sept. 11. Dame [sic] Alexia Kitchen, Lay-Sister, O.S.F., at 

Taunton Lodge, aged 82, rel. 60. 
Oct. 8. Sister Mary Stanislaus Fitch, of the Order of the 

Visitation of the B.V.M., at Shepton Mallet, 

Somerset, aged 27, prof. 7 years. 

ECCLSIASTIQTJES FRANCOIS. 

1814. Dec. 17. M. Louis Hamel, Pretre du diocese de Rouen, 

age de 53 ans. 

1815. Janv. 19. M. Jerome Destrevaux, Cure de Paris, 82 ans. 
May 4. M. Jean-Bapt. Philippe Bodereau, Cure du 

diocese du Mans. 67 ans. 

27. M. N. Hamard, Pretre du diocese de Seez, 75 ans. 
Juin 7. M. Jean-Bapt. Martin, Cure du diocese de Char- 

tres, 74 ans. 

Juillet 1. Mgr. Louis Emmanuel de Grosselles de Fla- 
marens, Eveque de Perigueux, 80 ans. 

16. M. Jacques-Charles-Denis de Bargeton, Pretre 

de la Congregation de France, 82 ans. 

LAITY. 
1814. Jan. 30. Miss Monica Wright, of Kelvedon, aged 17. 

Apr. 18. Lady Anastasia Mannock, relict of the late Sir 

Tho. Mannock, Bart, at Windsor, aged 65. 
May 4. Mr. John Baptist Terrail, of PJioenix- street, 

Somer s-town, aged 83. 

June 19. Mr. Joseph Jones, of Brook-street, aged 60. 
Aug. 26. Mrs. William Jerningham, at Fitz-Walter, near 

Brentwood, aged 30. 
31. Mrs. Ann Douthwaite, at Dantzic House, [Danby 

on Yore] Yorkshire], aged 45. 
Oct. 1. Mary Ann Doolan, aged 18. 

4. Mr. John Hall, of Bond-street, aged 63. 

11. Mr. Thomas Thorpe, of Southampton-street, 
Bloomsbury. 

17. Mr. Joseph Walker, at Wigan, aged 74. 
25. Miss Anne Walmesley, of Hammersmith. 

29. Mrs. Sophia Gary, of West End, Hampstead, 

aged 40. 

29. Mr. Thomas Champney, aged 52. 

Nov. 1. Mr. William Hunt, of Hendred, Berks, aged 70. 
3. Master Michael Cassaedy, killed by accident, 
aged 16. 

5. Mr. John Allan, junr. of Long- Acre, aged 48. 
17. Mr. John Lynch, aged 58. 

28. The Right Hon. Anthony James Radclyffe, Earl 

of Newburgh, Viscount Kinnaird, and Baron 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 129 

Levingston of Flancraige in North Britain 
aged 57. 
30. Mrs. Julia Mazzinghi, at Stanmore, Middlesex, 

aged 68. 
Dec. 13. Mr. George Hughes, aged 52. 

17. Mr. Edward Ward, of Hainton, Lincolnshire. 

23. Miss Ann Huddleston, eldest Daughter of Edw. 

Huddleston, Esq., aged 14 years & 8 months. 
27. Mrs. Sarah Savage, of Somer s-town, aged 77. 
1815. Jan. 7. Mrs. Henrietta de Rossi, aged 39. 

13. Mr. James Atherton, Aspull near Wigan. 

14. Mr. Tho. Woodacre, Walton le Dale, aged 41. 

24. Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt, Daughter of the late Mr. 

Wm. Phillips, of Charles-street, Soho, aged 44. 

26. Mr. James Tucker, of Lambeth, aged 50. 

26. Mrs. Mary Oldfield, at Wigan, aged 40. 

30. Miss Ann M Cann, of Well-street, Wellclose- 

square, aged 16 years & 3 months. 

Feb. 2. Mr. John Connelly, formerly of Air- street, Picca 
dilly, aged 54. 

2. Mr. Thomas Barton, Liverpool. 

3. Mrs. Jane Brigham. 

3. Mr. Walter William Jones, youngest Son of the 

late Mr. Joseph Jones, of Brook-street, 
Grosvenor-square. 

4. Mr. James Tatlock, Scholes near Prescott. 
16. Mr. John Gagin, Wigan. 

20. Mrs. Mary le Jeune, aged 86. 
Mar. 1. Mrs. Anna Maria Fitzgerald, Widow of the late 

Major-General Fitzgerald in the Service of 

Portugal, aged 69. 
2. James Barnes, Esq., of Carisbroke, Isle of Wight, 

aged 56. 

12. Edmond Stack, Esq., aged 54. 
12. Mrs. Mary Gibson, [olim Walton] of York, at her 

Son s [Michael] House, Edge-hill, Liverpool 

aged 69. 

19. Mrs. Mary Blackett, aged 58. 
26. Mrs. Judith Neale, of St. Catherine-street, Wap- 

ping, aged 82. 

29. Mrs. Elizabeth Cope, at Hammersmith, aged 85. 
Apr. 14. Miss Anna Maria Lynch, Daughter of Mark 

Lynch, Esq., of Galway, at Newhall, aged 14. 

24. Mrs. Lucy Alloway, at Henley, Oxon. 

30. Master Francis Taylor Doolan, aged 11. 
May 13. Miss Charlotte Martin, aged 18. 

14. Mrs. Frances Sampays, aged 52. 

19. Francis Gallini, Esq., of Gattenden, Berks. 

23. Mr. Charles Danell, aged 70. 

25. Mrs. Ellen Smith, aged 41. 

xii. T 



130 

26. Martin Dempsey, Esq., aged 45. 

26. Mrs. Mary Winsbury, of Serle- street, aged 82. 

30. Mr. Edmond Meade, aged 25. 

June 1. Mrs. Lucy Weld, Wife of Thomas Weld, Esq.,* of 

Lulworth Castle, in the County of Dorset. 
2. Mrs. Theresa Shepherd, at Stonor-hall, aged 35. 

12. Mr. Henry Bolton, Asp nil near Wigan, aged 68. 
16. Mrs. Betty Hesketh, aged 75. 

26. Captain Wanders van der Wint, of Workum in 

Holland, aged 57. 
July 27. Mrs. Elizabeth Argles, at Havant, aged 41. 

28. Mrs. Elizabeth Wilder, at Preston, aged 64. 

31. Mrs. Elizabeth Martin, aged 70. 

31. Mr. Richard Brown, at Samblesbury. 
Aug. 6. Miss E. Gerard, only surviving daughter of the 
late Sir Thomas Gerard of Garswood, at Ince 
Hall, aged 63. 

7. Miss Ann Mary Jackson, of Duke-street, Lin 

coln s-inn-fields, aged 33. 

8. John Talbot, Esq., aged 50. 

13. Mrs. Ann Mergeson, at Wigan. 

23. Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson, of Great Ormond 

street, aged 82. 

24. Mr. Michael Blasius Cordova, of Priciano in 

Bocche di Cattaro, aged 30. 

25. William Keene, Esq., at Hammersmith, aged 69. 

29. Thomas Luke Peter Stokes, Esq., aged 20. 

30. Mrs. Ann Heys, at Wigan, aged 57. 
Sept. 14. William Langdale, Esq., aged 52. 

26. Mrs. Winefrid Byron, aged 51. 

Oct. 2. John Allan, Esq., at Somer s-town, aged 79. 
2. Barbara Lady Mostyri. 
8. Mrs. Mary Bridget Robertson, aged 39. 
10. Mrs. Elizabeth Perico, aged 65. 

LAITY S OBITUARY, 1817. 

CLERGY. 

1815. Nov. 3. Rev. J. Griffiths, aged 62, (Valladolid). 

1816. June 9. Rev. Thomas Southworth, at Sedgley Park 

(Do way). 
Aug. 4. Rev. James Corne, at Harvington-hall, (Doway). 

1815. Dec. 23. Most Rev. John Carrol, Archbishop of Baltimore, 

aged 80. 

1816. Apr. 7. Rev. John Weld, at Stonyhurst, aged 36. [S.J., 
Aug. 25. Rev. James Leslie, at Stockeld Park. [S.J.] 

1815. Dec.[l]5. Rev. [John] Lawrence Forshaw, O.S.B., at Birt- 
ley, near Durham, [prof, at Lamspring 7 
Sept. 1788] 

* Later Cardinal Weld. 



OBITUARIES. 131 

1816. Feb. 21. Rev. [John] Augustin Noel, O.S.D., aged 78. 
[born 1739, prof, at Bornhem 21 Oct. 1762. 
died at Hexham 21 Feb. 1812?] 
Apr. 9. Rev. Stephen Hodgson, O.S.B., at Wooton. [prof. 

at Douay 15 Dec. 1784?] 
May 6. Rev. [Samuel] Aug. Mitchell, O.S.B. at Standish- 

hall. [prof, at Dieulouard 12 Jan. 1788] 
June 12. Rev. [William] Dunstan Tarleton, O.S.B., at 

Liverpool, [prof, at Dieulouard 1794] 
July 1. Rev. John Wareing, O.S.F., at Lowerhall, Lanca 
shire. 

Aug. 17. Brother William [Basil] Knapp, O.S.B., at 
Downside-house, aged 21. [prof, at Acton- 
Burnell 21 Apr. 1814] 

27. Rev. Thomas Cottrell, O.S.F., at Osmotherly. 
(Lately) Rev. John Fenwick, O.S.D., at Maryland, aged 
58. [prof, at Bornhem 8 Dec. 1783. One of 
founders of American province] 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1814. Dec. 2. Sister Mary Magdalene of Mount Calvary (alias) 

Tillete, O.S.T., at Cocken-hall. 

1815. Nov. 9. Sister Anne le Catte, dite de St. Eustache, at 

Heath-hall, aged 84, rel. 63. 

1816. Jan. 16. Sister Mary Bernard of St. Joseph (alias) Wallis, 

O.S.T.," at Cocken-hall. 

30. Sister Martha of the B. Trinity, Lay Sister, 
O.S.T. at Lanherne, aged 73, rel. 56. [aged 
82, prof. 65] 

Feb. 15. Sister Josephine of St. Nicholas, O.S.T., at Lan 
herne, aged 64, rel. 44. [on 19 Feb.] 

Mar. 1. Sister Teresa Parry, O.S.A., at Spetisburv-house, 
aged 94, rel. 53. 

7. Sister Ann Joseph, O.S.C., late of Dunkirk, at 

Somer s-town, aged 78, rel. 62. 

8. Mother [Elizabeth] Ann Dominic Brooke, O.S.D., 

at Hartpury Court, aged 87, rel. 60, jub. 10. 
[prof, at Brussels 10 May 1757] 
27. Sister Mary Barbara Barrow, O.S.A., at Spetis- 

bury-house, aged 49, rel. 19. 
Apr. 6. Mother Margaret Mary Stanislaus Dennett, at 

Newhall, aged 51, rel. 33. 
24. Sister Anne Mary Gertrude Lovegrove, O.S.A., 

at Bruges, aged 50, rel. 17. 
May 10. Sister Mary Aloysia [Margaret] Tunstall, O.S.A., 

at Spetisbury-house, aged 55, rel. 30. 
13. Ven. Mother Catherine Mechtilda Plowden, 3d 

O.S.F., at Taunton Lodge, aged 69, rel. 52. 
June 21. Sister Mary Teresa (of St. Thomas) Joyce, O.S.B., 
late of Lisbon, at Somer s-town. [prof, 
1768] 



132 

July 6. Rev. Mother Bridget Mary Aloysia Clough, at 
Newhall, aged 78, rel. 59 years 5 months, 
Prioress 30 years 4 months. 

Aug. 12. Rev. Mother [Mary] Lucy Blyde, aged 89, jubi- 
larian 15 years, formerly 12 years Abbess. 
[O.S.B., at Salford, aged 87, abbess 10] 

ECCLSIASTIQUES FRANCOIS. 

1813. Mar. 24. M. Jean Deiiys Grandmottet, Pretre du Diocese 
de St. Claude, et Grand Vicaire de Monseig- 
neur 1 Archeveque Due de Reims. 

1815. Nov. 13. M. Exupere-Louis-Henri de Scenes de Saint 

Sever, Grand Tresorier de Bayeux, 71 ans. 
17. M. Francois- Jean- Baptiste Courte, Cure Vic. 

Gen. du Mans, 78 ans. 

Dec. 13. M. Guillaume-Michel Lermeront, Cure dans la 
Ville de Rouen, 77 ans. 

1816. Janv. 5. M. Thomas Boissell, Pretre du Diocese de Rennes, 

78 ans. 
9. M. Jacque-Louis Hauchemail, Vic. Gen. ler 

Dignitaire de Coutances, 71 ans. 
Mars. 5. M. Jean-FranQois Hedin, Cure Doyen dans le 

Diocese de Rouen, 86 ans. 
Avril 27. M. Jean-Joseph Girard, Pretre du Diocese de 

Paris, 67 ans. 
M. Bertrand Gilles-Joseph Lecointe, Pretre du 

Diocese de Rouen, 55 ans. 

Mai 2. M. Frangois Denis, Pretre du Diocese de Cou 
tances, 67 ans. 
Juin 4. M. Pierre-FranQois Lasseur, Pretre du Diocese 

d Evreux, 57 ans. 

Sept. 8. M. Louis-FranQois Duchatel, Pretre du Diocese 
de Coutances, residant 14 ans a Spetisbury, 
49 ans. 

14. M. Lemelais, Pretre du Diocese de Rouen, 

58 ans. 

LAITY. 
1812. Apr. 19. Mr. Thomas Philips, at Brailes, aged 74. 

1814. Oct. 3. Mrs. Anastasia Welsh, at Winchester. 

1815. Mrs. Rose Grainger, Lady of E. Grainger, esq., 

of Twysog, Denbighshire, at Dusseldorf. 
Apr. 29. John Trafford, esq., at Trafford-house near 

Manchester, aged 63. 
May 6. Mrs. Catherine Martin, aged 90. 

12. Mr. James Welsh. 
July 27. Mrs. Elizabeth Ayles, Wife of M r James Ayles, 

at Havant, aged 41. 
Sept. 25. George Buchanan, esq., of Cremona Lodge in the 

County of Limerick. 
26. Mrs. Elizabeth Wakely, aged 85. 



OBITtJAEIES. 133 

30. Mrs. Elizabeth Heys, at Wigan, aged 45. 

Oct. Miss Dulcia Isabella Greenhough, at Wigan, 

aged 21. 

18. John Vincent Gandolfi, esq., at East Sheen, 
aged 76. 

27. Edward Foxhall, esq., aged 59. 
29. Mrs. Mary Hamilton, aged 73. 

Nov. 1. Mr. William Tarleton, aged 79. 

3. Mr. James Bibby, at Wigan, aged 82. 
10. Mr. Richard Peach, Father of the Rev. E. Peach 
of Birmingham, aged 76. 

16. Mr. Mathew Winterhalter, Native of Black 

Forest, late of Clerkenwell, London. 

17. Mr. Patrick Cooling, aged 73. 

17. Mr. James White, in the Island of Canary, aged 

29. 
Dec. 2. Mr. James O Reilly, aged 80. 

6. Mrs. Anne Alsager, late of Percy-street, Rathbone 

Place, aged 77. 
17. Miss Harriet Burlton, aged 52. 

17. Mr. Jonathan Bolt on, at Wigan. 

18. Mrs. Teresa Horny old, aged 54. 

19. Mr. John Parvin, late of South Molt on- street, 

aged 40. 
23. Mr. Oliver Dease. 

31. Appollonia Dowager Lady Clifford. 
1816. Jan. 1. Mr. Owen M Carty, aged 79. 

1. Mrs. Elizabeth M Cann, aged 27. 

2. Mr. WiUiam Todd, Havant, aged 78. 

7. M r Francis Jos. Weber, a Native of Muddenhagen, 

near Biihnen, in the Bishopric of Paderborn, 
aged 36. 

9. Thomas Salvin, esq., of Easingwood, Yorkshire, 
aged 71. 

23. Mr. Thomas Henry Francis Whitgreave, of 

Mosely, Staffordshire, aged 60. 

24. Mr. Wm. Coleman Carbery, in India, aged 29. 

28. Mr. Jonas Wigley, aged 64. 
Feb. 1. Christopher William Lynch, esq. 

1. Mr. John Francis Callanan. 

5. Mrs. Frances Crouch, at Bath. 

16. Capt. Henry Trafford, at St. Lucar, aged 31. 

20. Mrs. Mary Young, of Gloucester Terrace, Canon- 

street-road, aged 40. 
23. Master Alexander Young, Son of the above, aged 

10 years. 

Mar. 2. Dr. Richard Cary, at Weston-under-Wood, aged 
76. 

3. Mrs. Mary Norris, of Norwich. 

4. Miss Genevieve Roman, aged 74. 



134 "LAITY S DIRECTORY* OBITUARIES. 

5. Miss Mary Cecilia Haviland. 

6. John Tasker, esq., of Baker street, aged 79. 

12. Mrs. Mary Gibson [nee Walton], late of York, at 

her Son s House, Edge-hill, Liverpool, aged 
69. 

13. Mrs. Mary Clack, aged 31. 

14. Mrs. Teresia Sherrott, of Ratcliffe Highway, aged 

98. 

16. Mrs. Ann Fairclough, at Wigan. 

22. Miss Ellen Barnewell, at Clifton, aged 20. 

31. Peter Joseph Gandolfi, esq., at Richmond, aged 

74. 

Apr. 2. Mr. William Coghlan. 

2. Miss Mary Wright, at Wigan. 

3. Mrs. Elizabeth Gregson, aged 70. 

4. Mr. Edward Darley, aged 58. 

10. Miss Sarah Bridgewater, aged 32. 

17. Mrs. Alice Lee, late of Hammersmith, aged 76. 

24. Miss Mary Shaw, aged 29. 

29. Charles Lord Stourton, at Allerton Park, aged 64. 
May 22. Mr. Tho. H. Leigh, at Buenos Ayres, aged 30. 

25. Samuel Webbe, esq., late of Gray s Inn, aged 76. 
June 1. Mr. Maximilian Antonini, a native of Lucca, in 

Italy, aged 21. 

5. Mrs. Ann Walker, at Wigan, aged 78. 

7. Joseph Monteiro d Almeida, esq., of Montague 

Square. 

11. Miss Ann Howcourt, at Gorton, near Manchester, 

aged 61. 
14. Mr. John Brooks, at the College of Physicians, 

Warwick-lane. 
17. Mrs. Elizabeth Lawrence, Chairwoman at the 

Spanish Chapel, aged 75. 
21. Mrs. Amelia Murphy, at Wigan, aged 77. 
24. Mr. Cornelius Peter Murphy, of Howland- street, 

Fitzroy-square, aged 18. 

26. Mrs. Elizabeth Sutton, at Norwich, aged 65. 

27. Mrs. Mary Sharp, aged 68. 

July 3. Mrs. Frances Anderton, Widow of the late Wni. 

Anderton, esq., of Ince and Euxton-hall. 
9. Miss Frances Elizabeth Taunton,* Sister of T. 
Taunton, esq., Axminster, and of 
Taunton, esq., of Bath. 
11. Mr. Robert Thorborne, of Bele-house Farm, near 

Epping, Essex. 
26. Mrs. Mary Batt, aged 28. 
29. Mr. Walter Fitzgerald, aged 80. 
Aug. 8. Mrs. Mary Hall, at Gorton, aged 45. 
* A correspondent says she was daughter of Samuel Taunton of Ax- 
minster and his wife Elizabeth Chapman. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY * OBITUARIES. 135 

11. Miss Eliza Teresa Taylor, Daughter of James 

Taylor, esq., Islington, aged 15. 

13. Mrs. Mary Barstow, Wetherby, Yorksh., aged 80. 
13. Mrs. Elizabeth Nayler, at Cocken-hall. 
16. Mrs. Alicia Keating, Wife of Mr. G. Keating, 

Catholic Printer, &c. Duke-street, Grosvenor- 

square, aged 34. 
16. Don Manuel de la Torres, late of Finsbury- square, 

aged 80. 

16. Mr. J. Knapp, of Langston, near Havant, 

aged 77. 

18. Mrs. Ollivier, aged 74. 

19. Mr. Nicholas Saltarelli, aged 52. 

28. Mrs. Ann Philips, at Brailes, aged 79. 
Sept. 27. Edward Charles Howard, Esq., aged 42. 

29. Mr. Robert Butler Birdsall (drowned by the 

upsetting of a Boat in the River Mersey) in 
the 24th year of his age. 

Oct. 5. Mr. Patrick Keating,* Catholic Printer, &c., Duke- 
street, Grosvenor-square, aged 82. 
8. Mr. Jacob Jackson, of Blunt s Wall Manor, Essex, 

aged 79. 

13. Mr. Anthony Molteno, of Pall Mall, aged 65. 
22. Mr. Michel Gilson, Hertford-str, Fitzroy-squ. 
31. Miss Anna Maria Bisshopp, aged 52. 
Too late, for their proper places. 

1816. Apr. 30. Sister Mary Benedicta Tasker, O.S.B., at Cavers- 

wall, aged 75, rel. 46. 
May 1. Maria Ludovica D April Donata, O.S.B., at Ipres, 

^Etat. 90. 
Nov. 1. Rev. Joseph Lowe, Disc. Carm., aged 49. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1818. 
CLERGY. 

1817. April Rev. Thomas Johnson. (Doway). 

12. Rev. Thomas Walsh. (Doway). 

17. Rev. Thomas Gabb, at Worksop Manor. (Doway). 
28. Rev. John Smith, many years a Chaplain of the 

Portuguese Embassy, aged 78. (Doway). 
June 17. Rev. John Greenham, at Burton Park, formerly 

of Moorfields Chapel. (Valladolid). 
Aug. 9. Rev. John Marsland. (Doway). 
1816. May 31. Rev. Richard Haskey \vere Reeve], at Stonyhurst. 

[S.J.] 
Nov. 14. Rev. Jos. Emmett, at Gillmoss. [S.J.] 

Rev. Jos. Johnson, at Spinkhill, about the same 
time. 

* Head of the firm of Keating, Brown & Keating printers of the " Laity s 
Directory." 



136 " LAITY S DIRECTORY ** OBITUARIES. 

1817. Lately The Most Rev. Dr. Leonard Neale, Archbishop 
of Baltimore, at George Town. 

1817. June 1. Rev. [William] Jerome Alcock, O.S.B., at Lam- 
spring, [prof, there 16 Sept. 1792] 

July 8. Rev. H[enry] Parker, O.S.B., at Paris, [prof, 
there 30 Nov. 1773] 

1816. Dec. 15. Rev. Martin Blake, O.S.F., at Waterdale, Galway, 

aged 63. 

1817. Rev. Daniel Jennings, Catholic Pastor of Moira, 

at that place. 

Aug. 14. Rev. George Adelman, formerly a Curate of the 
late Bishopric of Spire, aged 48. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1816. Dec. 23. Sister Clare Smith, O.S.F., of Scorton, aged 84, 

prof. 65, jub. 15. 

1817. Jan. 16. Sister Elizabeth Joseph Ferrers, 3dO.S.F., at 

Tauiiton Lodge, aged 66, rel. 47. 
28. Dame Mary Victoire Mercier de la Tour, dite de 

Ste. Irenee, aged 90, rel. 72. 
30. Mary Anne Augustine Gras, dite de St. Basile, 

aged 59, rel. 35. 

May 1. Rev. Mother Mary Aloysia, of the Sacred Heart 
of Jesus, alias Ann Houseman, of Cocken-hall, 
aged 52, rel. 35, prioress 3 years and 5 months. 
1. Mother Pacifica Gammon, aged 79, rel. 53. 
June 22. Sister Clare Joseph Popy, O.S.F., at Scorton, 
aged 59, prof. 40. 

ECCLSIASTIQUES FRANQOIS. 

1816. Aout 28. Jean Lemetais, Pretre du Diocese de Rouen, 57 

ans. 

1817. Fevrier 1. Jean-Louis Lelievre, Pretre du Diocese d Av- 

ranches, 63 ans. 
16. Jacques-Frangois Bouchet des Marais, Cure du 

Diocese de Seez, 72 ans. 
20. Fran9ois Longuet, Pretre du Diocese de Seez, 

48 ans. 
Mars. 30. Jacques-Florent Duval, Cure du Diocese de 

Coutances, 56 ans. 

Juin 18. Jean-Charles-Michel Bourgeaux, Pretre du Dio 
cese de Rouen, et Directeur des Carmelites 
de Roaen, 57 ans. 
Juillet 23. Guillaume Corvez, Pretre du Diocese de Treguier 

63 ans. 
30. Etienne-Firmin Rapilly, Pretre du Diocese de 

Coutances, 57 ans. 

Aout 8. Mgr. Henri-Benoit-Jules de Bethisy, Eveque 
d Usez, 73 ans. 

LAITY. 
1816. Mar. 10. Mrs. Elizabeth Witham. 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY * OBITUARIES. 137 

Apr. 3. James Longe Everard, of Killoran in the County 
of Tipperary, a Major in the Saxon Service, 
at Dresden, of a Dropsy in his Chest, aged 48. 
6. Mrs. Mary Messenger, at Durham, aged 85. 

Oct. 21. James Eyre, Esq., at Metz in Lorraine. 

Nov. 9. Alfred Pulton, Esq., late of Chertsey, aged 70. 

20. Mrs. Anne Kelly, of Woburn Place, Russell 

Square, aged 68. 

Dec. 6. Mrs. Martha Neale, of Charlton-str., Somerstown. 
12. Mrs. Elizabeth Ashmall, at Stockton- upon-Tees, 
aged 98. 

12. Mr. John Greenough, atWigan, Lancashire, aged 20. 

13. Mrs. Mary Syers, at Sutherland [? Litherland], 

near Liverpool. 
13. Mrs. Elizabeth Wmstanley, at Liverpool. 

23. Mrs. Susannah Copp, aged 76. 

28. Mrs. Margaret Wilme, Wife of Mr. Jonathan 
Wilme of Broughton, near Manchester, aged 53. 
1817. Jan. 15. Mrs. Agnes Fitzwilliam, of Bath. 

18. Mrs. Ann, Wife of Mr. Oswald Syers, Stationer, 

&c., at Manchester. 

19. Miss Elizabeth Shuttle worth, at Brin, near 

Ashton, aged 67. 

Feb. 5. Miss Kitty Shrimpton,at Wigan, Lancashire, aged 50 
18. Hon. Robert Clifford, at Ugbroke, aged 49. 
28. William Lescher, Esq., Treasurer to and a dis 
tinguished Benefactor of the German Cath. 
Chapel, Great St. Thomas Apostle, aged 50. 
Mar. 3. Mr. James Coragan, at Wigan, aged 65. 

6. Chevalier Joachim Andrade, Consul General of 
Portugal, Brazil and Algarves, aged 61. 

21. Mrs. Barbara Taylor, relict of Thomas Taylor, 

Esq., of Cornsay House, County of Durham. 

22. Henry Robinson, Esq , at Liverpool in Nova 

Scotia (formerly Surgeon in the 7th Regiment 
of Foot) aged 41. 

24. Mrs. Mary Bostock, at Hammersmith, aged 79. 
Apr 2. The Hon. Thomas Thomas Clifford, last sur 
viving Brother of the Rt. Hon. Lord Clifford, 
at Liege, aged 42. 

9. Mrs. Dorothy Lamoureux, aged 68. 
10. Miss Sarah Bridgewater, Brook Green, aged 32. 
16. Mrs. Grace Mary Devereux, Wife of John Deve- 

reux, Esq., of Gosport, aged 63. 
24. Mr. Thomas Williams, Haberdasher, of Great 

Ryder-street, St. James s, aged 74. 
26. John Riley, Esq., of Windsor, Berks. 
28. Mrs. Sarah Delaney, aged 82. 
30. Mr. John Bruno Guichard, aged 64. 
May 6. Richard Fermor, Esq., at Soulden, Oxon, aged 38. 



138 " LAITY s DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

10. Mr. Ambrose Pellegrini, of Drury-lane, aged 78. 

15. T). Agnes Frances Freire, Lady of his Ex 

cellency Cypriano Rebeiro Freire, aged 56. 

16. Right Hon. Lady Frances Browne, aged 22. 

Novice Can. Reg. SS. of New Hall. 

24. Mrs. Mary Smith, formerley of Great Titchfield- 

street, at Clifton. 

25. William Nassau, Esq., aged 60. 

25. Miss Louisa Theresa Pellegrini, aged 18. 

28. Mrs. Martha Fowler, late of Kensington, aged 73. 
June 14. Miss Mary Price, at Manchester, aged 26. 

21. Mr. John Stephen Beuquet, late of Somers -town, 
aged 56. 

26. Mr. Barnaby Creevy, aged 62. 
July 1. Mr. Laurence Byron, aged 63. 

13. Mr. William Higginson, aged 53. 

14. Mrs. Mary Bolton, at Ince, near Wigan, aged 21. 
14. Mr. Charles Bowman, of Slindon, aged 69. 

14. Right Hon. James Everard (ninth) Lord Arundell, 

of Wardour Castle, and Count of the Sacred 
Roman Empire, at Bath, aged 54. 

16. Mrs. Morgan, late of Lambeth Terrace, aged 60. 
18. Mr. James Jackson, late Sacristan of St. Patrick s 

Chapel, aged 59. 

23. Wm. Fitzherbert Brockholes, Esq., at Claughton 

Hall, Lancashire, aged 62. 

Aug. 3. Mr. John Dale, aged 52. 

18. Mrs. Ann Donovan, aged 31. 

20. Mrs. Catharine Bellingham, formerly of Isleworth. 

24. Mr. Thomas Howell, at Stafford, aged 94. 
Sept. 5. George Hill, Esq. 

17. Mr. Ferdinando Board, at Cannington, aged 69. 

21. Mrs. Charlotte Price, aged 23. 

26. Mrs. Sarah Gosden, late of the New Quebec-street, 

Portman-square, aged 60. 

27. Mr. William O Brien, at Portsea, aged 80. 
Oct. 5. Mrs. Frances Silcock, aged 66. 

11. Basil Eyston, Esq. of Hendred, aged 69. 

17. Mrs. Mary Baker, formerly of Hammersmith, 
aged 68. 

LAITY S OBITUARY 1819. 
CLERGY. 

1817. Nov. 19. Rev. James Southworth. Douay. 
Dec. 18. Rev. Joseph Knapp. Douay. 

Rev. James Corne, at Shrewsbury. Douay. 

1818. Feb. 1. Rev. Joseph Daniel, aged 34. Old Hall. 
May 14. Rev. Bodwin. Douay. 

15. Rev. John Earle. Douay. 
June Rev. John Rigby, D.D. Paris. 






"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 139 

21. Rev. Thomas Talbot. 
Aug. 13. Rev. John Francis Quick. Oscot. 

[1818. Sept. 5.] Rev. [John] Connolly, St. Clements, Oxford. [S.J.] 
July 13. Rev. Peter Jenkyns, aged 81. St. Omers. [? 14 
July at Bury St. Edmunds, aged 83] 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1817. Dec. 26. Sister Catharine Teresa Taafe, 3d O.S.F., at Taun- 

ton Lodge, aged 22, rel. 3. 

1818. Jan. 16. Sister Mary Frances Charrup, O.S.B., at Cavers- 

wall Castle, aged 75, rel. 50. 

Feb. 12. Rev. Mother Abbess [Helen] Mary Augustina 
Shepherd, O.S.B., at Salford House, [born 
1764, prof. 1783, Abbess 1814.] 
24. Dame Aloysia Witham, at Bishop s House, 

Winchester, aged 70, rel. 44. 

Mar. 15. Dame Mary Maximilian Macdonald, dite de Ste 

Scholastique, at Heath Hall, aged 42, rel. 13. 

May 5. Sister Mary Francis, O.S.T., at Lanherne, aged 

74, rel. 52. 
June 25. Dame Anne Semple, dite de St Maur, O.S.B., at 

Heath Hall, aged 62, rel. 38. 
July 9. Sister Mary Joseph Agnes Gillow, 3d-O.S.F., at 

Taunton Lodge, aged 53, rel. 17. 

Oct. 6. Rev. Mother Abbess Catharine Mary Frances 
Tancred, O.S.A., at Spetisbury House, aged 
77, prof. 54, jub. 4, Superioress 6 years. 
[Prioress] 

ECCLE:SIASTIQUES FRANgois. 

1817. Nov. 28. M. Jacques Delafosse, Cure du Diocese de Rouen, 

Chapelain de la Tres Hon. Lady Arundell, et 
23 ans Directeur des Carmelites, age de 69 
ans. [Director 25 years, died 27 Nov.] 

1818. Janv. 5. M. Frangois Antoine Drogy, Cure dans la Ville 

de Coutances, 80 ans. 
14. M. Frangois-Marian Letailleur, Cure du Diocese 

de Rouen, 69 ans. 
Mai 28. M. Jean-Frangois Nicolas Godquin, Cure du 

Diocese de Rouen, 72 ans. 
Juin 18. M. Gabriel- Gaspard Dubois-Motte, Pretre du 

Diocese de Mans. 55 ans. 
Aout 24. M. Leonard Pericaud, ancien Vicaire- General de 

Seez, 72 ans. 
Oct. 8. M. Jean-Frangois Duboscq, Cure dans la Diocese 

de Coutances, 67 ans. 

21. M. Louis Chemin, Pretre du Diocese d Avranches, 
60 ans. 

LAITY. 

1816. Aug. 31. Mrs. Lydia Hardman [2 nd w. of John H., nee 
Wareing], at Birmingham, aged 39. 



140 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

Oct. 3. Mr. Robert Butler Birdsall. 

1817. Mar. 15. Mr. John Mascall, aged 72, and Ann Mascall, his 

Daughter, aged 39, at the Chapel House of 

St. Chad, Birmingham. 
Apr. 29. George Abbot, Esq., aged 63. 
July 7. Edward Pinckney, aged 16. 
Sept. 30. Mrs. Anna Mathews. 
Oct. 12. Mrs. Bridget Whelan, late of Lambeth, aged 63. 

17. Mrs. Mary Baker, formerly of Hammersmith, 

aged 68. 
27. Mr. John Tasker, late of Mortimer Street, aged 

48. 
Nov. 6. Mr. James Tilbury, aged 67. 

7. Mr. Patrick M Neal, late of Cowley Street, West 

minster, aged 71. 
ib. Mrs. Mary Faram, of Mountnessing, Essex, aged 

63. 

15. Mrs. Elizabeth Guichard, aged 26. 
30. Mrs. Ann Pickering, late of Wapping Wall, aged 

68. 

Dec. 2. Mrs. Ann Bird, at Sidmouth, aged 69. 
30. Mrs. Frances Nagle, aged 62. 

1818. Jan. 6. Thomas Wright, of Fitzwalter, Esq., aged 65. 

ib. Mrs. Louisa Wyatt, of Hammersmith. 

8. Mrs. Christina Clavering, of Callaly, Northum 

berland, aged 50. 

11. Mr. John Berry, at Lower Lane, Ashton, Lanca 

shire, formerly a teacher in the Catholic 
School at Ince Blundell, Lane., aged 82. 

14. Mrs. Elizabeth Woodcock, at Preston, aged 86. 

18. Mrs. Jane Fordham, aged 33. 

30. Miss Charlotte Mary Towneley, of Towneley Hall, 

Lancashire, aged 20. 
Feb. 9. Miss M Queen, aged 12 years 3 months. 

12. Mr. Philip James Murphy, 6th Son of Mr. John 

Murphy of Howland Street. 

15. Andrew Archdekin, Esq., at Cadiz, many years 

British Vice-Consul at that place, aged 47. 
18. Mr. Christopher Crean, of Richmond, aged 48. 
Mar. 8. Mr. Charles Kenyon. 

10. Mr. Frederick Ryder, aged 18. 

21. Mrs. Madeleine Eugenia Ryder, aged 45. 

22. Mrs. Bridget Blake, of Brook Lodge, County of 

Galway, aged 21 years 6 months. 
ib. Mrs. Mary King, at Salisbry, aged 70. 
Mar. 23. Mr. Richard Rosson, Son of Andrew Rosson, Esq., 

of Liverpool. 

26. Mrs. Eleanor ReiUy, aged 69. 
29. Mrs. Ellen Birdsall, of Richmond, Yorksh., in her 

74 th year. 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY * OBITUARIES. 141 

Apr. 7. Miss Cecilia M Donnell, of Castlebar, aged 42. 

8. Mrs. Elizabeth Gernon, Wife of William Gernon, 

Esq., late of Pentonville, aged 20. 
ib. Catharine Uns worth, aged 21. 
18. Mr. William Armstrong, late of Hammersmith, 

aged 18. 
29. Miss Ann Crathorne, at her Brother s house, near 

Garswood, Lancashire, aged 57. 
May 2. Mr. John Dease Reilly, aged 72. 

25. Mrs. Catharine Howald, late of Dock Street, aged 55. 
June 1. Mrs. Margaret Hozire, late of Turnham Green, 

aged 97. 
13. Mrs. Mary Rashleigh, Wife of Robert Rashleigh, 

Esq., at Lymington, aged 28. 
15. John Nihell, Esq., eldest Son of Dr. Lawrence 

Nihell. 

20. Mr. Charles Latham. 
29. Mrs. Susanna Cottam, aged 73. 
July 2. Mrs. Sarah Grace Cullin, aged 50. 

6. Mrs. Mary Griffith, aged 78, at Mrs. Wilson s, 

Hertford-Street, Fitzroy- Square. 

17. Mrs. Mildred Addis, at Montpellier, aged 60. 
20. Ambrose Salisbury, at Hinckley, aged 61. 

26. Mr. John Brown, late of Wapping Wall, aged 47, 
Aug. 6. The Right Hon. Lady Charlotte Eyre, at Brigh 
ton, aged 26. 

7. Mrs. Elizabeth O Brien, late of Catherine -Street, 

St. George s in the East, aged 20. 
11. Mr. Charles Boyle, late of Somers Town, aged 57. 

18. Mr. Alfred Silvester Beetham, late of Islington. 

aged 23. 

20. Mr. [sic] Eleanor Bayly, late of Brook Green 
house, Hammersmith, aged 95. 

22. John Vincent Gandolfi, Esq., aged 46. 

25. Mr. Thomas Hansard, at Southampton. 
Sept. 1. Miss Catharine Willes, at Brighton, aged 18. 

ib. Mr. Richard Hansom,* at York. 
5. Mrs. Jane Byrne, late of Star and Garter Yard, 
Ratcliffe Highway. 

ib. Mrs. John Barrett, at Milton, aged 25. 

10. Mrs. Catharine Briant, late of Mortimer-Street. 

14. Mrs. Elizabeth Colegrave, late of Stockwell Hall, 
Billericay, Essex, at Margate. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1820. 

CLERGY. 
1816. Oct. 24. Rev. John Williams, at Brecon. (Douay). 

* In C.R.S. iv., 378 note, his widow, Elizabeth Stonehouse, is said to 
have survived him ten years instead of three. See p. 154. He was about 72, 
his baptism being on 20 Sept. 1746. 



142 

1818. Nov. 14. Rev. Thomas Taylor, at Cornsay House, Durham, 

aged 53. (Douay). 
Dec. 4. Rev. Samuel Sayles. (Rome). 

1819. Apr. 13. Rev. Edward Daniel, at Garswood. (Douay). 
May 8. Rev. John Perry, at St. George s, Sedgley. 

(Douay). 

June 19. Rev. Benjamin Stone, at Little Malvern. (Douay). 
1819. Mar. 29. Rev. Thomas Tate, Wigan, aged 38. [S.J.] 

Apr. 23. Rev. Wm. Strickland, aged 88. [S.J., at London] 

1818. Nov. 9. Rev. [James] Oswald Johnson, of Lamspring, at 

Whitehaven, Cumberland. [O.S.B.] 

1819. June 25. Rev. John Bullock, O.S.D., at Gale Hill, aged 71. 

[bom 1750, prof, at Bornhem 27 Oct. 1767, 
bur. at Little Charing, Kent.] 

Oct. 3. Brother Paul Wilson, at Downside College. 
[O.S.B., prof. 2 July 1781] 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1818. Oct. 18. Sister Mary Clare Adams, 3d Order of St. Francis, 

at Taunton Lodge, aged 32, rel. 7. 

[Nov. 25.] Sister Mary Frances Ainsworth. (lay -sister) 3d 
Order S.F., at Taunton Lodge, aged 74 rel. 
55. [57] 

1819. Apr. 23. Sister Elizabeth Mary Alipia Bishop, O.S.A.,at 

Paris, aged 57, rel. 40. 
Aug. 19. Sister Mary Clare Butt, O.S.Br. of Sion House, 

formerly at Lisbon, now at Somers Town, 

aged 60, rel. 42. 
Oct. 15. Sister Mary Xaviera, of the Infant Jesus, O.S.T. 

(alias Elizabeth Shepherd), aged 26, rel. 5, 

at Cocken-hall. 
16. Dame Ann Swinburne, dite de Ste Felicite, 

Subprioress, at Heath Hall, aged 82, rel. 60. 



ECCLSIASTIQUES 

1818. Aout M. Antoine Gourdin, Pretre du Diocese d Av- 

ranches, age 67 ans. 

Dec. 2. M. Pierre L. Lepointe, Pretre du Diocese de Paris, 
71 ans. 

1819. Jan. 15. M. Michel Gregoire, Pretre du Diocese d Evreux, 

68 ans. 
18. M. Paul Augustin Fournier, Pretre du Diocese 

de Nantes, 66 ans. 
Avril 15. M. Jacques Letellier, Pretre du Diocese de Rouen, 

67 ans. 
Mai 29. M. Fra^ois Marie Quentrie, ancien Grand 

Vicaire de St. Pol de Leon, 72 ans. 
Juil. 16. M. Guy Huteau, Pr. du Diocese de Rennes, 64 

ans 
Aout 25. M. Denis Chaumont, mort a Paris, Superieur des 

Missions Etrangeres, 67 ans. 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 143 

Sept. 3. M. Charles Adrien Langrenay, Pretre du Diocese 

de Rouen, 55 ans. 
Nov. 6. M. Louis Fr. Le Grip, Pr. du Dioc. de Lisieux, 

59 ans 

LAITY. 

1818. Mar. 29. Mrs. Elizabeth Birdsall, of Richmond, Yorkshire, 

in the 74th of her age, and 54th of her nuptials. 
Next to God, her principle pleasure was to 
make her husband happy, and her children 
virtuous. 

Apr. 5. Miss Catherine Lynch, at Somers Town. 
Sept. 20. Miss Mary Kelleway, aged 26 
Oct. Mr. Jacob James Jackson, late of Alexandria, 

St. Anne s, Jamaica, aged 24. 
10. Mrs. Ann Woodcock, of Stoke Golding, Bucks. 

17. Mrs. Mary Baker, formerly of Hammersmith, 

aged 68. 
Nov. 7. Mr. Thomas Dodd, aged 30. 

14. Mrs. Catharine Langdale, aged 62. 

30. Mrs. Anne Goswell, late of Lower Lambeth 

Marsh, aged 86. 
Dec. 1. Mrs. Susan Nason, aged 69. 

6. Philip de Bruyn, Esq., aged 56. 
19. Mrs. Maria Leoni, aged 81. 

22. Ignatius Palyart, Esq., Portuguese Consul 

General, aged 57. 

27. Mr. Denis Sheeham, aged 37. 

1819. Jan. 3. Mr. John Winkfield, late of Tottenham-court 

road, aged 62. 

. Sir John Throckmorton, Bart., at Buckland. 
5. John Manby, Esq., of Downsell Hall, Essex, aged 

56. 
12. Mrs. Ann Hyde, at Bath. 

23. Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Mr. R. Anderton, Liver 

pool, aged 53. 

. Mrs. Ann Dobson, late of Lamb s Conduit-street, 
aged 67. 

24. Mr. Peter Price, late of Green-street, Leicester- 

square, aged 79. 

Feb. 12. Mr. Joseph Savage, late of Great Winchester- 
street, aged 51. 

18. Mrs. Catharine Keating, aged 70. 

22. Mr. William Abraham Martin, late of King-street, 
Co vent -garden, and Secretary to the 
Commitee of the Catholic German Chapel in 
Great Saint Thomas, Apostle, aged 33. 

28. Charles Langley Fryer, Esq., aged 44. 

,, . Mr. Robert Allan, formerly of Long acre, aged 83. 
Mrs. Mary Scott, at Bath, aged 60. 



144 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Mar. 2. Lawrence Gotham, Esq., at Springfield, near 

Saint Helen s, Lancashire. 
9. Mrs. Lucy Cooper, aged 44. 
29. Mr. James Allan, late of Drury-lane, aged 46. 
31. William Throckmorton, Esq., aged 56. 
,, . Hon. Charlotte Langdale, wife of the Honourable 
Charles Langdale, of Houghton, in the 
county of York, and third daughter of the 
Right Hon. Lord Clifford of Ugbroke, in 
the twenty-third year of her age. 

Apr. 1. The Right Hon. Charles Lord Dormer, Baron of 
Wenge, in the county of Bucks, at Paris, 
aged 67. 
23. Mrs. Ellis Barnewall, aged 51. 

26. Mr. James Brady, aged 20. 

27. Charlotte Frances Lady Webbe, at Paris, aged 39. 
May 7. Mr. Leopold de Michele, aged 88. 

25. Mrs. Louisa Antoinette Bowling, daughter of 
James Coppinger, Esq., of Devonshire- 
square, London. 
31. Mrs. Elizabeth Hopkins, of Weston Underwood, 

Bucks. 

June 9. Thomas Martin, Esq., late of Westmoreland- 
street, City-road, aged 59. 
,, . Mrs. Mary Ranson, aged 26. 

10. Lieut. James Brooks, aged 27. 

11. Mr. Joseph Hurst. 

22. Mr. Simeon Lewis, aged 29. 

29. Marmaduke Constable Maxwell, Esq., of Ter- 
reagles, in the county of Dumfries, and 
Everingham, county of York, at Abbeville, 
on his way to Paris, aged 58. 
July 3. Mrs. Teresa Ratton, aged 32. 
4. Mr. Peter Guichard, aged 43. 
8. Mr. John Reynolds, at Jersey. 
11. Mrs. Mary Levermore, late of Hammersmith, 

aged 34. 

13. Charles Eyre, Esq., aged 50. 

15. Mrs. Rosalia Maria Margaret Guynemer, late of 
Margaret-street, Cavendish-square, born at 
Paris, March 5. 1781. 
18. Mrs. Margaret Duck, near Catterick. 

23. Mrs. Elizabeth Daly, late of Upper Thames- 

street, at Tunbridge W T ells. 
27. Mr. George Guichard, aged 35. 
Aug. 3. Mrs. Catharine Bennet. 

13. William Tunstall, Esq., at Mount Sinai, near 

Peterbury, America. 
18. Mr. George Gibson, late of Ratcliffe Highway, 

aged 67. 



145 

29. Mr. Charles Nutley, aged 58. 
Sept. 7. Miss Isabella Lincoln. 

18. Miss Jane Clementina Bryan, late of York-place, 

aged 41. 
. Mrs. Mary Allanson, late of Castle -street, Holborn, 

aged 35. 
24. Mrs. Mary Peach, mother of the Rev. E. Peach, 

aged 80. 
Oct. 1. Mrs. Margaret Beaumont, of Stone-Easton. 

5. The Right Hon. Dowager Countess of Shaftesbury, 

at Florence. 

6. Raymond Francis de Larrazabal, Esq., late of 

Finsbury Place, aged 29. 
12. Mrs. Melliora Ann Tucker, aged 60. 
26. Mr. Thomas Watkins. 
Nov. 9. Lady Mary Margaret Nicholson, at Somers 

Town, aged 49. 



LAITY S DIRECTORY 1821. 
CLERQY. 

1819. Nov. 30. Rev. James Crosby, at Hales-Place. (Lisbon). 
Dec. 5. Rev. Thomas Potts, at St. Mary s College. 

(Doway). 

1820. Mar. 5. Rev. Jos. Orrell, at Blackbrook, aged 87. (Doway). 
Oct. 12. Rev. Rowland Broomhead, at Manchester. (Rome) 
Aug. 1. Rev. Edward Beaumont, at Norwich. (Doway). 
May 2. Rev. Joseph Reeve. [S.J., at Ugbrooke] 

June 22. Rev. Edward Church. [S.J.,at Rixton, ? 22 Jan.] 
Oct. 26. Rev. Thomas Parker. 
1820. Jan. 21. Brother Francis Holderness, O.S.B., Downside. 

[prof. 15, Jan., 1777.] 
July 17. Alexander Matzura alias Bisson, Deacon. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1819. Dec. 22. Sister Mary Placida [Anne] Berington, O.S.A., 

at Spetisbury House, aged 76, prof. 52. 

1820. Jan. 21. Dom. [sic, vere lay-sister] Ann Teresa Bagnall, 

O.S.B., at Cannington, aged 30. [vere 80] 
Feb. 1. Sister Maria Teresa Farrill, O.S.A., aged 80, prof. 

61 years and a half, at the Monastery of the 

B. Mary of Nazareth at Bruges. 
May 19. Sister Mary Dorothea Collyer, at Sales House, 

aged 31, rel. 11. 
July 24. Dompna] Mary Winefrid Hutchinson, O.S.B., at 

Bishops-House, Winchester, aged 31, rel. 11. 
Sept. 4. Dom[ina Elizabeth] Ann Teresa Partington, 

O.S.B., at Cannington, aged 80. [sic, vere at 

Salford, aged 76. <?.#.., xiii, 15.] 
xiu j 



146 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 



ECCLSIASTIQUES 

1819. Jan. 25. M. Robert Jean Legonidec, ancien Vicaire- 

General de Treguier, a Londres, 61 ans. 
Juin. 26. M. Frangois Gamier, Pretre du Diocese de Mans, 

mort subitement a Londres, 57 ans. 
Dec. 12. M. Jean Louis Merlin, Pretre du Diocese de 

Rouen, mort dans le District du Nord, 51 

ans. 
26. M. Pierre Fra^ois Gabriel Senechal, Pretre du 

Diocese d Amiens, mort a Oxford, 64 ans. 

1820. Mai. 4. M. Charles Frai^ois Delaire, Pretre du Diocese 

de Chart res, 60 ans. 

Juil. 24. M. Pierre Fr. Chardon, Pretre, a St. Malo, 63 ans. 
Sept. . N - . . . Vinson, Pretre, administre et enterre 

par un Cure de Paris, 58 ans. 

Oct. 5. Abbe Barruel, S.J. Chanoine honoraire de 1 Eglise 
de Paris. 

LAITY 
1814. Oct. 29. Mrs. John Gary. 

1819. May 28. John Dalton, jun., esq. 

Nov. 9. Charles M Carthy, esq., aged 65. 

16. John Harrison, esq., of Chorley, aged 60. 

23. Miss Sophia Walsh, aged 47. 

Dec. 11. Mrs. Sarah Butler. 

11. Mrs. Charles Joseph Carpue on the coast of 

Africa. 

23. Mrs. Mary Burke, relict of Maunsell Burke, esq., 
at Worcester, at an advanced age. 

1820. Jan. 1. Miss Fanny Ferrers, 3d daughter of Edward 

Ferrers, esq., Baddesley [sic], at [Baddes- 
ley-] Clinton Warwickshire. 
7. Mr. Thomas Baker, aged 58. 

12. Mr. Edward Kelly, late of the Commercial Road, 

aged 92. 

13. Edward Wakeman, esq., Bromsgrove. 

16. Lawrence Dunn, esq., late of Somers -town, aged 58. 

23. Mrs. Elizabeth Maxwell, late of Broad-street, 

Eatcliff, aged 38. 

28. Miss Alice Latham, late of Princes-square, aged 71. 
Feb. 2. John Eccles, esq., Lower-lane Cottage, Ashton, 

aged 70. 

3. Mr. Francis Hossen, of the Bishopric of Pader- 
born, a Chanter in the German Chapel, aged 33. 
3. Mrs. Corbin, suddenly. 
7. Mr. Mathias Kauth, of Paddington, aged 46. 

24. Mr. John King, aged 48. 
Mar. 3. Miss Catharine Halford. 

3. Mrs. Elizab. Walmesley, of Hammersmith, aged 
84. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 147 

4. Mrs. Elizabeth Courtenay Blount, daughter of 

John Chi Chester, esq., and relict of George 
Blount, esq., of Mawley, Shropshire, at 
Paris. 

6. Mr. Benjamin Langley, for 5 years the respected 
Master of the Catholic poor Boys School in 
Bath. 

6. Mr. Henry Latham, jun., of Princes-square, aged 33. 

8. Mrs. Mary Catharine Conolly, of Bridge water- 
street, Somers -town, aged 58. 

10. John Kendal, esq., of Kensington-square, aged 74. 

11. Mrs. Robinson. 

14. Mrs. Mary Darley, aged 74. 

16. Jane, Countess Nugent, mother of Prince Nugent, 

Commander in Chief of the Neapolitan 
Forces. 

17. Christopher Lynch, esq., of Great Russell-street, 

aged 75. 

18. John Gary, esq., of Hampstead, and Henrietta- 

street, London, aged 50. 
20. Mr. John Lewis Donlon, of Chapel-street, Lisson- 

Green, aged 53. 
22. George Eyston, esq., aged 62. 

29. Henry Wakeham, esq., at London. 
Apr, 4. Mrs. Ann Lyster, at Durham. 

10. Mr. Peter Daniel, aged 46. 

17. Mrs. Dorothy Leigh, the wife of James Leigh, of 

Rose Hill, Liverpool. 
22. Mr. Nathaniel Stent. 

25. Mrs. Mary Dalton, wife of John Dalton, esq., of 

Thurnham Hall. 

30. Mrs. Charlotte Peading, of Frier-lane, Wanwick, 

aged 30. 

Mrs. Margaret Moore, at Exeter, aged 67. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Couche, at do. aged 83. 
May 9. Mrs. Stevenson, of Greenwich, aged 85. 

26. Mr. John Dennison, at Persebridge. 
John Dalton, esq. 

June 3. Mr. Michael Sullivan, aged 56. 

5. John Hughes, esq., aged 70. 

6. Mrs. Martha Guichard, aged 66. 

6. Mrs. Teresa Franklin, of Frier-lane, Wanwick, 

aged 68. 
20. Mrs. Elizabeth Fleming, of Duke-street, Loncoln s- 

Inn-Fields, aged 70. 
20. Malachy O Connor, esq. 
24. Camillo de la Torre, esq., aged 31. 

28. Mrs. Catharine Andoe, at Paris, aged 67, 

29. Mr. John Goodwin, aged 18. 
July 2. Joseph Sebastian de Franca, esq. 



148 "LAITY S DIRECTOKY" OBITU ABIES. 

16. Mrs. Sarah Nelson, of Mortimer-street, aged 81. 
Aug. 1. Miss Catharine Roberts, at Bedford Place, aged 

50. 

13. Mr. William Moore, aged 70. 

14. Mrs. Frances Talbot, sister to the Earl of Shrews 

bury, aged 66. 

17. Mary, eldest daughter of John Dalton, esq., of 

Thurnham Hall, Lancashire. 

Sept. 1. Marie Keating, Comtesse d Orfueille, born in 
Ireland, St. Germaine-en-Laie. 

11. Mr. John Baptiste Loyer, aged 31. 

26. Francis William Talbot, esq., of Gray s Inn, aged 

39. 
Oct. 1. William Charles Jerningham, esq., aged 47. 

2. Mrs. Dorothy Silburn, formerly of Queen-street, 
Bloomsbury, at Roscoff in Brittany, aged 70. 

4. Mr. George Darley, of Charles-street, Manchester- 

square, aged 73. 

5. At Hurstbourne, Hants, Anne, the wife of Joseph 

Blount, esq., and only child of the late 
Richard Martin, esq., of the same place. 

12. Mrs. Mary Ann Romano, late of Queen Ann- 

street, aged 38. 
Nov. 3. Mrs. Ann Mary Crow, at Exeter, aged 67. 

8. Mrs. Eliz. Hopkinson, of Chiswell-street, aged 66. 

15. Mrs. Ann Stone, aged 38 

16. Mrs. Elizabeth Arnold, killed instantaneously by 

accident, aged 60. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1822. 

CLERGY. 

1821. Jan. 12. Rev. Dr. Charles Howard, alias Formby, at 
Morton, near Burton Constable, aged 80 
(Doway & Paris). 

Feb. 5. Richard Rickaby. (Doway). 

Mar. 29. Joseph Addis, at Calehill. (Valladolid). 

April 11. Very Rev. John Lee, at Hammersmith, aged 82. 

(Doway). 
May Rev. John Selby, formerly of the Bavarian 

Chapel, near Copenhagen. (Doway). 

June 2. Right Rev. Dr. William Gibson, Bp. of Acanthos, 
Vic. Apost. of the Northern District. (Doway). 

27. Rev. Robert Varley, at Hales Place, Canterbury. 

(St. Edmund s College). 
July 9. Peter Gandolphy, at East Sheen, aged 41. 

(Stonyhurst). 
Oct. 1. Joseph Birch, President of Sedgley Park, at 

Bristol. (St. Omers and Old Hall). 
1821. Mar. 29. Rev. J. B. Fountaine, at Paris, aged 83. [John 

Fontaine, S.J., ? 82] 



OBITUARIES. 149 

April 5. James Lane, at Norwich, aged 85. [S.J., ? 84] 

June 13. Charles Plowden, late President of Stony- 

College, at Jougne, aged 79. [S.J.] 
Aug. 17. Francis Morris, at Preston, aged 28. (Stony- 

hurst). [S.J., * 27] 
April 9. Rev. James Calderbank, O.S.B., at Liverpool. 

[prof, at Dieulouard 1792] 
July 29. William Pursell, O.S.F., at Tor Abbey. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1819. Nov. 10. Sister Adelaide Lewis, of the Divine Mercy (alias 
Bourdon), at Canford, aged 80, prof. 59 years. 
1821. Jan. 1. Sister Margaret Mary Louisa Allgood, O.S.D., at 
Hartpury Court, aged 74, prof. 41. [prof, at 
Brussels 8 Dec. 1779, Prioress 1792-1803] 
15. Rev. Mother Joanna Joseph Taylor, Vicaress 
O.S.C., at Clare House, Plymouth, aged 76, 
relig. 59, jub. 9. 

Mar. 30. Mary Austin Hurley, Lay Sister O.S.B., at Ham 

mersmith, 4th year of her religious profession. 

April . Sister Ursula Whiteside, Bridgitins, Sion House, 

Lisbon, [prof. 21 Nov. 1818, died 21 Jan.] 
30. Mother Mary Joseph Worsley, O.S.B., at Canning- 
ton, aged 89. 



ECCL&SIASTIQUES 

1820. Janv. . (MM.) ... . de L airoles, ancien Vicaire General 

de Tarbes, age de 74 ans. 

Nov. . N ..... Feuterel, Pretre du Diocese d Avranches, 
age de 61 ans. 

1821. Mars. 15. L Abbe Carron, a Paris, age de 64 ans. [Guy 

Toussaint Julien, in memoir] 
Avril ....... Gaultier, vulgo Barpetri, Pretre du Dio 

cese de St. Malo, age de 64 ans. 
..... Finch, Pretre. 

..... Le Sage, Pretre du Diocese de St. Malo. 

Juil. 10. Jean-Nicolas Lambert, anciennement Cure de 

Bolbeck, Diocese de Rouen, age de 73 ans. 
Aout 86. [sic] Louis Boucher, anciennement Cure de Vil- 
lers-sous-Bailleul, Diocese d Evreux, age 
de 80 ans. 

Sept. 20. Charles-Simeon de Grimonville 1 Archant, Eve- 
que nomine de St. Malo, et Vicaire-General 
dans les Isles de Jersey et de Guernsey, mort 
a Jersey, age de 74 ans. 

24. Louis Mangin, Sous-diacre du Diocese de Rouen, 
a Winnall, pres Winchester, age de 74 ans. 

LAITY. 
1817. Mar. 22. Lucy Margaret Bridget Egan, of Gresse-str.,aged 27. 

1819. Oct. 13. William Mannock, esq., of Giffards Hall, aged 61. 

1820. Nov. 28. Mrs. Blanche Hobson, at Brighton, aged 70. 



150 "LAITY S DIRECTORY * OBITUARIES. 

Dec. 6. Mr. James Dobson, of Lamb s Conduit-str., aged 67. 
16. Mrs. Dina Cull, aged 29. 

. Mrs. Sarah Quinlan, late Dowling, aged 44. 

18. Mrs. Elizabeth Barber, at Stapehill, aged 72. 

27. Sir George Gage, Bart., of Hengrave Hall, County 

of Suffolk, at Rome, aged 39. 
1821, Jan. 8. Mrs. Elizabeth Blackett, of Park-street, aged 29. 

10. Mrs. Mary Langley, after a protracted illness of 

nine years and a half, aged 84. 

14. Mr. Samuel Luke Angier, at Shaftesbury, aged 96. 
23. Mrs. Mary Aspinall, at Netterton, near Ormskirk. 

Feb. 1. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, late of Gate-street, aged 44. 
3. Mrs. Margaret M Neal, late of Cowley-street, 
Westminster, aged 64. 

12. Francis Constable, esq., of Burton Constable, at 

York. 

16. Mr. Francis Young, at Brighton Place, aged 56. 
. Mr. Henry Hunt, Broad wall, Blackfriars, aged 23. 

27. Mr. Thomas West, late of Gracechurch str., aged 43. 

28. Thomas Martin, esq., late of Harley Place, New 

Road, aged 84. 
Mar. 5. Mr. William Cass, late of Aldermanbury, aged 52. 

11. Charles Mostyn, esq., of Kiddington, Oxon, aged 40. 

15. Mr. James Hardman, of Birmingham, aged 23. 
23. Mr. James Brown, at Preston, aged 83. 

26. Mrs. Lucy Morgan, Wife of R. Morgan, esq., at 
Coughton, Warwickshire, aged 48. 

April 5. Mrs. Gramshaw. 

May 1. Mrs. Elizabeth Wilks, Wife of Mr. Bartholomew 
Sherlock Wilks, at London, aged 41. 

3. Mrs. Catharine Agatha Gorman, at Hampstead. 

4. John Kiernan, esq., late of Gary-street. 
8. Mr. John Woods, at London, aged 83. 

14. Mrs. Mary Roby, late of Alvecote Hall, aged 66. 

16. Fr. Nicholas Gandolfi, esq., at East Sheen, aged 38. 

19. Francis Grosso, esq., late of Grosvenor-str., aged 

75. 

29. Mr. John Dwerrihouse, (suddenly) aged 80. 
June 2. Mrs. Fanny Eastwood, at Clayton Green, Walton. 

4. Mr. John Poynter, aged 57. 

8. Mr. Edmund Seymour, aged 34. 

. Mrs. Catharine Teresa Roberts, aged 83. 
10. Mrs. Ann Williams, aged 73. 

13. Mr. Robert Gillow, at Preston, aged 39. 

14. Sir Henry Tichborne, Bart., aged 65. 

15. Mrs. Mary Dunderdale, at Walton, aged 61. 
18. Miss Clare Corral, aged 40. 

. Mrs. Cowban, at Blackburn, aged 82. 
July 6. Mr. James Magrath, late of Liverpool, aged 16. 
7. Mrs. Elizabeth Reeks, at Portsea, Hants, aged 67. 



151 

. Miss Margaret Wilcock, Friargate, Preston, aged 22. 

16. Miss Ruth Clark, aged 73. 

17. Mrs. Elizabeth Winter, late of Foley Place, aged 72. 

18. Miss Clementina Blundell, late of Bath. 
21. Mrs. Clementina Blundell, ditto. 

31. Mr. Michael Creevy, aged 36. 
Aug. 1. Mrs. Elizabeth Inchbald, at Kensington, aged 68. 

5. Miss Bridget Dalton. 

16. Mrs. Margaret Williams, aged 62. 
18. Mr. Thomas Crowe, aged 77. 
Sept. 2. Miss Julia Mary Mazzinghi, aged 14. 

3. Mr. Edward Hambrook, late of Canterbury, aged 
72. 

6. Miss Elizabeth Cooper, at Preston, aged 68. 
8. Miss Elizabeth Ashmall, aged 53. 

18. Mrs. Elizabeth Dernier, late of Duke-street, Port 
land Place, aged 50. 

20. John Crooke, esq., late of Malaga in Spain, aged 21. 
. Mrs. Elizabeth Swarsbrick, at Preston, aged 37. 

21. Mrs. Catharine Wheble, of Winchester, aged 86. 
. Mrs. Mary Cooper, at Preston, aged 82. 

25. Mrs. Mary Day, Relict of Mr. Thomas Day of 

Englishbatch, near Bath, aged 71. 
Miss Margaret Frances Power, late of Bath, at 

Islington, after a short illness, aged 30. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Darby, at an advanced age, at 

Weston Fa veil, North Hants. 

Oct. 5. Mrs. Hester Ferrers, Relict of the late Edw. 
Ferrers, esq., of Baddesley Clinton, War 
wickshire, aged 81. 
14. Mrs. Elizabeth Keefe, aged 44. 

Too late for insertion in its proper place. 
Oct. 19. The Rev. George Green way, late of Moorfield s 
Chapel, aged 42. (Valladolid). 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1823. 

CLERGY. 

1821. Oct. 18. Rev. George Greenway, at Moorfields (Valladolid). 
Nov. . Jas. Parkinson, Manchester Asylum (Douay). 

26. Francis Bishop, at Heythrop. (do.). 
30. Joseph Hodgson, Vicar General of the Lon 
don District, at Brook Green (Douay). 

1822. Apr. 18. William Coombes, Vicar General of the 

Western District, at Bath (Douay). 
May 23. Francis Crathorne, of Garswood, (drowned) 

(Valladolid) 

June 19. James Ashton, at Warrington (Ushaw). 

Aug. 3. William Irving, President, Valladolid. 

Sept. 13. Thomas Story, at Stockton-on-Tees (Ushaw). 



152 "LAITY S DIRECTORY * OBITUARIES. 

1822. Aug. 15. Rev. Francis Massey, at South-hill, near Chorley, 

aged 41. [S.J., ? 40] 

Oct. 22. Edward Walsh, at Durham, aged 83. [S.J. of 

French province, joined English later] 

29. James Parker, at Liverpool, aged 76. [S.J.] 

1821. Jan. 23. Brother Philip Bommarts, O.S.D., at Bornhem, 

aged 73. [prof. 8 Feb. 1773. Belgian lay- 
brother, ? died 6 Jan.] 

30. Brother John Baines, O.S.D., at Bornhem, aged 

21. [born 1800 at Leeds, prof. 3 July 1817 at 
Hinckley, died 31 Jan.] 
Nov. 10. Rev. [John Ambrose] Naylor, at Biddleston, 

O.S.B. [born 1738, prof, at Douay 

11 Sept. 1757] 

1822. Apr. 5. J[ohn] Atkinson, O.S.B. [bom 1760, prof. 

at Paris 12 Feb. 1791] 

15. John [Bede] Brewer, D.D., O.S.B., at Wool- 

ton, near Liverpool, [born 1742, prof, at 

Dieulouard 1758] 
June . [Francis] Ambrose Pape, Lay-brother, 

O.S.B., at Lamspring. [prof. 15 Dec. 

1771, ? died 15 April] 
July 10. Rev. Richard [Anthony] Sumner, O.S.F., at 

Taunton. [aged 46, rel. 30, died at 

Plymouth] * 

16. James [Leo] Sumner, O.S.F., at Clare House, 

near Plymouth, [aged 46, died at Taun 
ton] * 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 
1820. Mar. 9. Mrs. Canning, Superioress of the English Convent 

at Paris, aged 69. 
1822. Feb. 3. Sister Ann Brewster, Lay-sister, Bridgittin, 

Sion-house, Lisbon, aged 83, prof. 50. 

10. Sister Mary More Lowe, Bridgittin, Sion-house, 

Lisbon, aged 67, prof. 49. [Mary Rose Lowe, 
Prioress] 
18. Sister Agnes Clare Osbaldeston, O.S.F., at 

Scorton, aged 39, rel. 10. 

20. Sister M. Catherine Talbot, O.S.F., at Scorton, 
aged 64, rel. 43. 

Apr. 17. Sister Teresa Joseph Adams, 3d O.S.F., at Taun 
ton Lodge, aged 40, rel. 12. 

May . Sister Lawrence Ashton, O.S.F. 

July 8. Sister M. Paul, Shepton Mallet, Visitation Con 
vent, prof. 3. 

11. Sister Helen Wilson, O.S.F., at Scorton, aged 64, 

rel. 37. 

*The evidence is that the places of death of these twin brothers are 
inverted in the Laity a Directory. 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 153 

Aug. 16. Ven. Mother Mary Bonaventure Rowe, 3d Order 
of St. Francis, at Taunton Lodge, aged 76, 
rel. 57. 
. Sister Elizabeth Simpson, O.S.F. 

Oct. 6. Sister Anne Marie, of the B. Sacrament, alias 
[Judith] Brassier, aged 80, prof. 53. [Car 
melite, at Lanherne] 

16. Dame Mary Frances Sales O Callaghan (alias) 
Callan, O.S.B., at Cavers wall Castle, aged 24. 
[prof, only two weeks.] 

ECCLSIASTIQTJES FRANCOIS. 

1821. Dec. 28. Gilbert Mathias. 

1822. Jan. 15. Guillaume Beaumont, age de 71 ans, ancien Pro- 

fesseur en FUniversite de Caen, et Mission- 
naire de Lincoln pendant 24 ans. 
.... de la Gresille, mort a Plymouth. 

Le Maitre. 

Pierre Moulins. 

.... Dubuisson, mort en France, age 76. 
24. Jean Caesar de Kerguelin. 
Sept. 25. Jean-Bap tiste Vasnier, Chanoine de St. Denis, 

mort a Rouen, age de 68 ans. 

Oct. 11. Le Pere Sciot, ancien Prieur des Cannes de 
Rouen, mort a Londres, age de 76 ans. 

LAITY. 
1818. Apr. 19. Mr. John Newsham, at Manchester, aged 53. 

1820. Nov. 19. Mrs. Elizabeth Towsey, Wife of Mr. Joseph 

Towsey, Stonemason, Blandford, Dorset, 
aged 71. 

1821. Apr. 25. Thomas Stapleton, esq., of Carlton-hall, York 

shire. 

May 27. Mr. Thomas White, at Portsmouth, aged 64. 
June 5. Mrs. Alice Cringle, of Liverpool, aged 60. 
July 6. Mrs. J. Magrath, late of Liverpool, aged 16. 
Aug. 3. Mr. John Weeks, aged 71. 
Sept. 3. Lieut. Edw. Nihill, late of the 83d Regt. at 

Trinidad. 

19. Mrs. Margaret Magee, London Wall, aged 39. 
Oct. 17. Miss .... Pennington, at Salisbury, aged 36. 
26. James Leigh, junr., at Liverpool. 
29. Michael Blount, esq., Maple-Durham, Oxon, at 
his house in Lower Berkeley-street, aged 78. 
Nov. 4. Mrs. Mary Selby, aged 82. 

5. Mr. George White, of Brailes, Warwickshire, 

aged 74. 

22. Mr. Joseph Hay, at Oxford, aged 79. 
26. Mr. George Saltarelli, at Kingston, Jamaica. 
Dec. 1. Vincent Newton, esq., late of Percy-street, aged 71. 
10. Mrs. Maria Foster. 



154 "LAITY S DIRECTORY * OBITUARIES. 

11. Alexander Scott, esq., aged 50. 

15. Mrs. Juliana Jackson, at Liverpool, aged 76. 

17. Mr. Joseph Rice, aged 72. 

18. Mr. Edward Gillow, at Liverpool, aged 37. 

27. Mrs. Ursula Loder, at Spetisbury, aged 63. 
31. Mrs. Dorothy Boggis, aged 90. 

1822. Jessop, Sheffield, Yorkshire, aged 90. No 

date or Christian name. 
Jan. 10. Mrs. Elizabeth Hansom, of York, aged 80.* 

20. Stephen Tempest, junr., esq., at Rome, aged 31. 

28. Miss Mary Kenny, aged 39. 

29. Lady Frances Petre, aged 25. 

Feb. 1. Mrs. Martha Macdonald, late of Adam-street, 
Manchester-square, aged 80. 

18. George Bowdon, esq., of Barlbro , near Chester 

field, aged 53. 

25. Mr. Samuel Martin, of Woodthorpe, near Chester 
field, Derbyshire, aged 66. 

Mar. 12. M. Giles Dominique Loyer, Native of France, 
late of Denmark-street, Soho, aged 61. 

19. Mr. Charles Reynolds, at Brighton, aged 42. 

20. Mr. Francis Burke, late of George-street, Blooms- 

bury, aged 66. 

21. Sir Henry Charles Englefield, Bart., aged 70. 

24. Miss Barbara Langley, at Worksop, Notts, after 

a short but very severe illness, aged 23. 
Aug. 1. Dr. Lawrence Nihill, at Thoulouse, aged 67. 
6. Mrs. Angelique Calemard, aged 56. 

12. Mr. Andrew Ryan, aged 56. 

30. Miss Winefrid Denie, at Sion Hill, Bath. 

. Mrs. Anne Haddock, of the Tagg, Preston, 

Lancashire, aged 92. 

May 2. Mr. Thomas Faram, late of Mountnessing, Essex, 
aged 76. 

17. Hugh Smythe, esq., aged 53. 

20. Mrs. Anna Nelson Hirst, eldest Daughter of T. P. 
Turnerelli, esq., aged 26. 

24. John Gerard, esq., only Brother of Sir William 
Gerard, Bart., of Windle-hall, Lancashire, 
who was drowned off Southport, by the 
upsetting of his Pleasure Boat, aged 46. 

24. Roger Adamson, and Roger his Son, who were 

drowned off Southport, with John Gerard, 
esq., as above. 

25. Mrs. Christina Maria Cronin, eldest Daughter of 

John Coltsmann, esq., of Hinde-street, Man 
chester-square, at Belle vue-ho use, Killarney, 
aged 26. 

* I think really 82. See note p. 141. 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 155 

29. Edward Jerningham, esq., aged 47. 

. Mrs. Elizabeth Darley, late of Pontefract, York 
shire, aged 84. 
June 2. Mrs. Collins, at Bromsgrove, aged 50. 

17. Mrs. Elizabeth Booker, of New Bond str., aged 84. 
17. Mr. Charles Rymer, aged 79. 
24. Mrs. Emily Jerningham, aged 35. 

28. Mr. Patrick Lavery, Silk Manufacturer, at 

Manchester, aged 49. 

July 6. Mr. James Winsbury, late of Serle-street, Lin 
coln s Inn, aged 86. 

7. Mrs. Ann Edwards, who died suddenly in Child 

bed, being delivered of one Infant doing 
well, of a 2d still-born, a 3d remaining unborn 
and dead. 

15. Mr. John King, late of Walnut-tree Walk, Lam 

beth. 

16. Mr. Thomas Vinn, aged 53. 

22. Mrs. Eliza Wilson, late of Edgeware-road, aged 55. 
Aug. 2. Mrs. Sarah Hyde, aged 78. 

16. Mr. James Mitan, aged 45. 

20. Mr. James Potier, after receiving the Rites of 

the Church, aged 70. 
22. Miss Jane Mary Banks, aged 15. 
24. Mrs. Mary Goodman, aged 68. 

29. Mr. Tidmarsh, at Hemerton [Kemerton], near 

Glo ster, aged 81. 

Sept. 1. Mrs. Ann Stapleton, Relict of the late Thomas 
Stapleton, esq., of Carlton-hall, Yorkshire, 
aged 82. 

6. Mrs. Regina Madelene O Neil, Wife of Charles 

O Neil, esq., at St. Petersburg, aged 36. 
9. Mrs. Jane Blackman, at the house of her Daughter 
at Carisbrooke, in the Isle of Wight, aged 79. 

17. Mrs. Elizabeth Louisa Gortz, late of Upper John- 

street, Golden-square, aged 37. 
26. Mrs. Margaret Esdel, aged 76. 
Oct. 3. Mr. John Doyle, aged 34. 

8. Mrs. Mary Norris, of Canterbury, aged 30. 
Mrs. Eva Mary Garrick, in her 99th year. 

30. Mrs. Mary Havers, Wife of William Havers, esq., 

of Ingatestone, Essex, aged 42. 
Nov. 5. Mr. Michael Redmond, aged 65. 

7. Mrs. Ann Wright, late of Northumberland-street. 
14. Walter Smythe, esq., of Brambridge. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1824. 

CLERGY. 

1823. Jan. 25. Rev. Marmaduke Wilson, aged 9 [sic] years, at 
Appleton, from Doway. [ ? Val. Longstaff.] 



156 **LAITY*S DIRECTORY * OBITUAfclES. 

Feb. 13. Rev. John Clarkson, at Ingatestone (Doway). 
18. Rev. Thomas Baddeley, at Creswell (Oscott). 
Mar. 2. Rev. Blase Moray, at Gifford s Hall (Doway & 

Valladolid). " 

31. Rev. John Potier, at Shefford (Doway). 
June 11. Rev. Thomas Forby, aged 83, at Scorton Hall 

(Rome). 

Aug. 1. Rev. Richard Talbot, aged 85 (Rome). 
Oct. 3. Rev. John Daniel, (President) at Paris (Doway). 

28. Rev. Robert Blacoe, at Fernyhalgh (Doway). 
1823. June 8. Rev. B. Spencer, at Fano. [Brother Joseph Spen 
ser, S J.] 
17. Rev. Robert Plowden, at Wappenbury, aged 83. 

[S.J., ? 84] 
Oct. 28. Rev. William Anderton, at Hereford, aged 70. 

[S.J., ? Sept. 28] 

1823. Jan. 3. Rev. Mr. Houghton, O.S.D., at Fairhurst-haU, 
aged 87. [prof, at Bornhem 24 Oct 1754 
Chaplain to Nelsons from 1780] 
May 20 Rev Thos Bernard Barr, at Coughton, S B 

[prof, at Douay 11 Sept. 1757] 

June 13. Rev. John Hyacinth Haime, O.S.D., at Born- 
heim, prof. 20 [sic], aged 53. [prof, at Born- 
hem 16 Aug. 1793] 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 
1822. Oct. 27. Ven. Mother Mary Scholastica Addis, 3d O.S.F., 

at Taunton Lodge, aged 86, rel. 63. 

Nov. 29. Sister Joseph Frances, of the Resurrection, 
O.S.T., alias 1 Engellez, at Lanhern, prof. 
33, aged 56. 
1823 Jan. 13. Sister [Teresa] Stanislas Wickwar, at Newhall. 

[Sepulchrine, aged 22, ? Feb. 13] 

Feb. 13. Lay Sister Scholastica Phesackeley [Fazakerley], 
O.S.B., at Hammersmith, prof. 40, aged 70. 
Mar. 12. Mrs. Mary Euphrasia Weld, O.S.F., at Clare- 
house, Plymouth, prof. 47, aged 71. 
21. Rev. Mother Mary Benedict Hardwidge, of the 
Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, O.S.B., at 
Cannington, rel. 47 [42], aged 65 [64] 
May 14. Sister Mary Joseph Tunstall, O.S.A., at Spetis- 

bury House, rel. 47, aged 69. 
June 2. Lay Sister M. Peter Upton, O.S.F., at Scorton, 

prof. 57, aged 80. 
20. Sister Mary Scholastica Belasyse, O.S.F., at 

Scorton, prof. 46, aged 68. 

Aug. 24. Sister Mary Magdalen Knight, of the most 
blessed Sacrament, O.S.B., at Spetisbury, 
rel. 47, aged 65. 



OBITUARIES. 157 



ECCLSIASTIQUES 
1823. Avr. 3. MM. Langronne (Charles) age de 63 ans. chapelain 

des R.R. Carmelites de Lanhern. 
Enault. 
La Vigne. 
Feuillet. 
Aout 27. Vielle, (Gilles) age de 63 ans, chapelain la Con- 

gregatpon] de Kensington. 
Teinturier ( ) Pretre du Diocese de 

Rouen. 

Sept. 16. Massot (Pierre -Alexis) age de 71 ans, Ancien 

Chap, de S.Mfajeste] C[atholique], a Londres. 

18. Chevrollais (Fran9ois-Joseph) age de 68 ans, 

Lazarist, Ancien Professeur de Theologie a 

Treguier, Chap, de la Congreg. de Stratford. 

RELIGIEUSES. 

Aout . Edouard (soeur Madelaine) soeur de la Charite. 
Huet (la soeur) Trappiste. 
Witton ( ). 

1 Benedictine. 
5 Claristes. 

LAITY. 
1802. July 3. John Champney, Esq., of Preston. 

1819. Nov. 8. Mrs. Mary Champney, relict of the above at the 

same place. 

1820. Jan. 13. Dowager Lady Gerard. 

1822. Sept. 9. Mrs. Catharine Mary Barge, aged 34. 

18. Anna Maria, Countess of Dundonald. 

30. Master Benjamin Barge, aged 10 years. 

Nov. 14. Mrs. Henry, at Paris, aged 26. 

Dec. 1. Geo. Gillow, Esq., late of Hammersmith, aged 56. 

2. John Wright, jun., Esq., of Langfoist, of Aber- 

gavenny, aged 31. 
10. Mrs. Mary Levermore, of Hammersmith, aged 70. 

22. Mr. Edward Eustace, of King-street, Bloomsbury, 

aged 53. 

. Mr. Wm. F. J. Damant, of Maddox-street, aged 
22. 

23. Mr. Charles Mitan, aged 77. 

26. Mr. James Cull, of Brownlow-street, Holborn, 

aged 66. 
28. Mrs. Ann Smith. 

30. Mrs. Judith Gildon, of Kensington Gravel-pits, 

aged 80. 

31. Mrs. Mary Anne Burke, of Kensington, aged 41. 

1823. Jan. 2. Mrs. James Pilkington, aged 82. 

3. Mrs. Sarah Young, of 32 Gloucester Terrace, 

Commercial Road, aged 48. 

4. Mrs. Teresa Selby, sister to the Earl of Shrews 

bury, aged 61. 



158 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

6. Mr. Edw. Deleney, aged 63. 

9. Mr. John Augustine Moss, of Ingouville, near 
Havre. 

10. Rt. Hon. Frances Dowager Viscountess Montague, 

aged 52. 

15. Lady Blount, at Bath. 

17. Mrs. Mountney, of Adam-street West, aged 72. 
,, . Mrs. Green, of Wine-street, Bristol. 
19. Matthew Kannen, M.D., at West End, Hamp- 
stead, aged 63. 

21. Mr. John Beck, of Chipping Norton, aged 55. 

22. The Right Hon. Mary Viscountess Harburton. 

26. Mrs. Martha Martyn, mother of the Rev. Francis 

Martyn. 

29. The Rt. Hon. Frances Lady Petre, aged 25. 

30. Mrs. Birkett, at Bath. 

Feb. 1. Mrs. Parker, late of Bulstr ode -street, aged 36. 
. Henry Slaughter, M.D., aged 67. 

7. Miss Sophia Havers, daughter of Wm. Havers, 

Esq., of Bacons, near Ingatestone-Hall. 

8. Robert Wheble, Esq., aged 79. 

21. Mrs. Catharine Canning, wife of Robert Canning, 
of Hartpury, aged 47. 

23. Mrs. Ann Teresa Fleming, aged 77. 

25. Sir Thomas Constable, Bart., of Tixall and 

Burton Constable, at Ghent. 

27. Mrs. Catharine Barron, at Cadiz. 

Mar. 7. Mrs. Ann Cross, of Oxford-street, aged 45. 

21. Mr. Robert Davey, of Dorchester, Oxon, aged 33. 

23. George Meister, late of Gratz, in Styria, aged 75. 

26. Sir Thomas Webb, Bart., aged 49. 

27. Mrs. Helen Esther Morgan, aged 55. 

30. Mr. George Reynolds, of York-st., Westmpnster], 

aged 62. 

,, . Mrs. Charles Albott, at Birmingham, aged 30. 
,, . Mrs. Mary Mascall, Chapel-house, St. Chad s, 

Birmingham, aged 77. 

31. Sebastian William Gonzales Martinez, jun., Esq., 

of Burton-crescent, a few hours after falling 
from his horse, aged 18. 

Apr. 12. James Young, Esq., of Kingerby House, Lincoln 
shire, aged 66. 

16. Mr. Joseph Binter, of Oxford-street, aged 63. 
21. Rt. Hon. Robert Pluiikett, at Versailles. 

25. Hon. J. P. Preston, at Schoonbeck, aged 77. 
May 9. Mrs. Ann Crathorne, wife of Mr. Geo. Crathorne, 
aged 72. 

11. Made. La Croix, at St. Hilliers [Heliers], Isle of 

Jersey, aged 59. 
19. Mrs. Alice Bath. 



OBITUARIES. 159 

28. Mr. George Wigley, of Wells-street, aged 36. 

June 3. Mrs. Mary Eldridge, aged 83. 

16. Mr. Thomas Cleghorn, at Old Hall Green, aged 75. 

22. Mrs. M. Younge, aged 88, of Normanby, Lincoln 
shire. 

30. Mrs. Elizabeth Howell, at Stafford, aged 77. 
July 2. Mr. Edmond Keating, second son of Mr. George 

Keating, of Duke-street, Grosvenor-square, 

aged 17. 

5. Mrs. Maria Emilia Nassau, aged 24. 
,, Mr. Michael Harley, of Constitution-row, Gray s- 

inn-lane, aged 64. 

13. Mr. Andrew M Shane, age 40. 

14. Mrs. Catharine Frances Augarde, aged 83. 
,, Mrs. Elizabeth Smithson, aged 85. 

22. William Money, Esq., of Norfolk, aged 45. 
22. Miss Ann Winter. 

22. Mr. Thomas Fox, Grocer, of Oxford-street, 

drowned from a steam-packet near Sheer- 
ness, aged 26. 

31. Mrs. Elizabeth Mary Furlong, of the Island of 

Montserrat. 

Aug. 1. Charles Hornyold, Esq., aged 63. 
19. Ann Ellison Glossop, aged 32. 
24. Mark John M Neal, M.D., at Paris, aged 34. 
30. Mrs. Eliza Molineux, of Devonshire-street, Queen- 
square, aged 52. 
Sept. 14. Mr. Joseph Edward Tucker, of South Molton- 

street, drowned at Brighton, aged 21. 
18. Hon. Mrs. Elizabeth Butler, of Twickenham. 

23. Mr. John Wiswall, formerly of Evesham-buil- 

dings, Somerstown, at Woolton, Lancashire, 
aged 80. 
27. Mr. Thomas Leadbitter, of Tottenham C[ourt] 

Rd. aged 66. 
Oct. 1. Mrs. Winifrid Flint, of Chelsea, aged 79. 

2. Mr. Peter Younge, of West Raisin, Lincolnshire. 

4. Mrs. Mary Sharrock, eldest surviving sister of 

the late Rt. Rev. Dr. Sharrock, Bp. of the 
Western district, at Preston, Lancashire, 
aged 79. 

5. Mr. Joseph Battie, of Kensington, Deputy 

Commissary of the Hon. East India Com 
pany, aged 80. 

10. John Webbe Weston, Esq., at Hereford. 

16. Mr. Robert Fogg, of Warwick-street and Regent- 
street, aged 65. 

.... Mr. James Michael Conway, at Market Har- 
borough, aged 32. 

18. Captain Taunton, of Axminster, Devon. 



160 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

31. Miss Susannah Bannister, aged 66. 
Nov. 7. John Taunton, Esq., at Axminster. 

Henry Kenelm Best, eldest son of Henry Best, 

Esq., at Avignon. 
vr j j j Mr. Thomas Taunton, at Axminster. 

Mr. Williams, father of the Rev. Mr. Williams, at 

Bath. 
Miss Merchant, at Bath. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1825. 
CLERGY. 

1823. Aug. 10. Rev. Wm. Hurst, at Trinidad (Lisbon). 

Nov. 10. Rev. Wm. Harris, at Osgodby, Lincoln (Rome). 

20. Rev. Robert Johnson, aged 78. 
Dec. 28. Rev. Charles Luptoii, at Townley (Ushaw). 

1824. Mar. 22. Rev. John Marsden, at Harvington (Oscott). 
Nov. 9. Rev. John Gore, at Stonyhurst, aged 43. [S.J., 

142] 
Jan. 15. Rev. Edward Fisher, O.S.B., at Lawkland. [prof. 

at Dieulouard 27 Apr. 1766] 
Feb. 17. Brother James Deplanque, O.S.F., at Aston-hall, 

aged 69. 

Aug. 17. Lay Brother James [Minns], O.S.B., of Paris- 
house, at Salford, aged 78. [prof, at Paris 16 

June 1772, died 14 Aug.] 

Sept. 14. Brother Joseph Street, O.S.F., at Manchester. 
Oct. 17. Rev. [William] Clement Grimbaldestone, O.S.B., 

of Woolston. [prof, at Lamspring 22 July 

1774] 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1822. Jan. 23. Sister Frances Xaveria, of the Mother of God, 

alias Dorothy Wilkinson, at Canford House, 
aged 86, rel. 68. 

1823. Mar. 4. Mother Mary Clare, of Jesus Crucified, alias Jane 

Dalton, O.S.T., at Cocken Hall, near Durham. 

5. Ven. Mother Mary Felicitas Dawkes, at Clare- 
house, Plymouth, aged 76, Jubilarian 5 
years. 

8. Ven. Mother Mary Aloysia Mill, at Clare-house, 

Plymouth, aged 73. 
12. Sister Mary Euphrasia Weld, at Clare-house, 

Plymouth, aged 69. 

Aug. 21. Sister Mary Magdalen Knight, of the Blessed 
Sacrament, aged 36, rel. 4. [on Aug. 24] 

1824. Jan. 16. Lay Sister Magdalen Woolrich, O.S.A., at Spetis- 

bury-house, aged 68, rel. 32. 

Feb. 6. Sister Mary Christina Leopoldina Frances, of the 
Sacred Heart, alias Nicholas, at Canford- 
house, aged 80, rel. 56 years. 



161 

,, . Rt. Rev. Lady Mary Aloysia Jefferson, O.S.B., 
Ex-abbess. [of Caverswall, aged 50, 
prof. 22] 

7. Sister Mary Anne Byrn, O.S.A., at Spetisbury- 

house, aged 68, rel. 42. 

8. Sister [Anne] Catharine Teresa Dantan, O.S.D., 

at Hartpury, aged 71, rel. 34. [33. Prioress 
1806, 1815] 

,, . Lay Sister [Elizabeth] Jerome Kitchin, 
O.S.D., at Hartpury, aged 87, rel. 67, 
jubilarian 17 years, [prof, at Brussels 4 
Jan. 1761] 

24. Sister Frances Magdalen Blount, O.S.F., at 

Taunton, aged 31. [rel. 7] 

25. Dame Mary Frances Markham, O.S.B., at Ham 

mersmith, aged 71, prof. 48. 
June 11. Ven. Mother Mary Frances Semmes of our B. Lady 

of Mercy, O.S.B., at Court-house, [Canning- 

ton, Somerset], aged 81, rel. 59. 
July 18. Lay Sister Mary Magdalen Edmonds, O.S.B., 

at Caverswall Castle, aged 74, prof. 47. 



ECCLSIASTIQUES 

1823. Dec. 29. MM. Marie (Fra^ois) du diocese de Bayeux, a 

Coldham, pres Bury St. Edmund s, age de 
84 ans. 

1824. Mars . Lecoufflet, vicaire du diocese de 

Rouen, Normandie, a Londres, age de 

73 ans. 
Juin . Huart de Senneville, cure du diocese de 

Sens des Ligny, pensionnaire sur PAbbaye, 

age de 85 ans. 
Juil. . ....... Elloy, du diocese d Evreux, a 

Downside College, age de 89 ans. 
Aout 15. Papillon (Antonin) ancien cure du diocese 

de Rouen, en chaire a Londres, age de 79 

ans. 
Sept. 2. St. Pierre (Louis) du diocese de Rouen, a 

Bosworth-Hall, age de 64 ans. 

LAITY. 

1820. Apr. 19. Mrs. Mary Sissons, of Worksop, Notts, aged 58. 
Dec. 16. Mrs. Sarah Quinlan, many years housekeeper to 

the late Earl of Newburgh, aged 44. 

1822. Nov. 20. Mr. William Willcock, of Worksop, aged 59. 

1823. Mar. 14. Mrs. Mary Jones, of Nottingham-place, aged 70. 
Sept. 30. Mrs. Elizabeth Lambe, at Hereford, aged 87. 
Nov. 2. Edward Bedingfield, Esq. , drowned at sea, aged 18. 

5. Mrs. Mary Hanford, at Overbury, aged 87. 

6. Mrs. Mary Collins. 

xii. K 



162 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

18. James Vanzellar, Esq., late of Oporto, aged 23. 
23. Mrs. Teresa Gibson, relict of the late Mr. George 

Gibson, of Ratclift e highway, aged 74. 
Dec. 12. Robert Dormer, Esq., aged 53. 

15. Mrs. Mary Huddleston, relict of the late Ferdinand 
Huddleston, Esq., of Sawston Hall, aged 90. 
18. Mr. Vincent Sissons, of Worksop, aged 20. 
Mr. James Stacy, aged 94. 

21. Mrs. Mary Higginson, of Preston. 

Mr. John Samuel Paterson, at Newark upon 
Trent. 

22. Mr. Thomas Cottam, at Margate, aged 80. 

Miss Teresa Elizabeth Thew, late of Middleton- 

square, Clerkenwell, aged 26. 

28. Charles Jerningham, Esq., at Vienna, aged 29. 
1824. Jan. 3. Mrs. Fryer, aged 72, at Preston, Lancashire. 

Dowager Lady Sutton. 
5. William Cruise, Esq., aged 72. 
20. Mrs. Mary Thomas, senr., of Buckland, late of 
Charles-street, Grosvenor-square, aged 88. 
Feb. 18. Miss Margaret Langdale, late of East-street, 

Red-lion-square. 

20. Miss Monica Clavering, late of Callaty, Northum 
berland, aged 42. 

23. Mr. John Collins. 

24. Mr. Peter Stanley, aged 47. 

27. Mrs. Catharine Barron, at Cadiz. 

Miss Anne Hadfield, at Caverswall Castle, aged 16. 
Mar. 7. Mrs. Mary Kline, at Greenwich, aged 77. 

14. Thomas Berrington, Esq., at Hereford, aged 83. 

15. Mr. Lawr. Neale, late of St. Catharine s, aged 52. 

20. Mrs. Elizabeth Lincoln, aged 44. 

21. Mr. Thomas Witherington, aged 85. 

Miss Berkeley, daughter of Robert Berkeley, 
Esq., of Spetchley, Worcestershire, at Paris, 
aged 25. 

Mr. John Tasker, Greenfield Billinge, aged 28. 

22. Mrs. Sarah Hernon, late of Somerstown, aged 85. 
Apr. 3. Mrs. Ann Tasker, wife of Joseph Tasker, Esq., of 

Fitzwalters, Essex, aged 25. 
5. Henry, the youngest son of Mr. Michael Walker, 

of York. 

7. John Billard, Esq., late of Kensington, aged 77. 

13. John Staunton, Esq., formerly of Demarara, at 

Chateau Maquestra, near Boulogne-sur-Mer. 

Mr. William Pritchard, late gamekeeper at 

Llanarth Court, Monmouthshire, aged 51. 
18. Miss Winifred Hargreave, sister of Mrs. Sharrock 
of Preston, aged 72. 



163 

27. Mr. William Latham, many years Beadle of the 
Spanish Chapel 

(No date.) Mrs. Charles, at Llanarth, Monmouthshire, aged 

100. 

May 8. William Kemball, Esq., late of Bury St. Ed 
mund s. 
9. Mr. John Green, aged 41. 

22. Mr. Ralph Woollett, late of Redcross-street, 

Borough. 

24. Mrs. Mary King, at Bath. 

26. Mrs. Elizabeth Kelly, late of Hampstead, aged 59. 

30. Miss Ellen Mercer, aged 15. 

June 3. Mrs. Mary Brown, of Salmesbury. 
4. Mrs. Moore, aged 58. 
17. Mr. J. Bulbeck, at Havant. 

19. Donna Maria Theresa del Riego, widow of the 
late General Riego, aged 24. 

23. Mr. Patrick Moore, late of Gray s-inn-lane, aged 

39. 
July 11. Mrs. Robins, sister to the Rev. Jos. Hunt, at 

Stoneaston. 

12. Miss Susanna Conway, aged 22. 
14. Mr. Thomas Wetherell, late of High-street, St. 

Giles, aged 64. 

17. Mary, youngest daughter of Alexander Fraser, 

Esq., law-accountant of Edinburgh, at 
Ploughlands. 

18. Mr. Gibson, only son of Mr. Gibson, late of Stone- 

croft, Newbrough Lodge, Northumberland. 

19. Charles-Louis de Secondat, Baron de Montes 

quieu, &c, at Bridge-hill-house, near Canter 
bury, aged 74. 

26. Miss Frances Sissons, of Worksop, aged 17. 
26. Miss Ann Barbara Carpenter, aged 18. 

Mrs. Simmoiids, of Bath, at Cowes. 

Aug. 5. Mrs. Elizabeth Lingard, mother of the Rev. Dr. 
Lingard, at Winchester, aged 92. 

14. Mrs. Alice Lathlieff, late of Virginia-str., aged 32. 
Mrs. Jane Carr, late of Alnwick, aged 57. 

15. Mr. Thomas Nailer, many years Clerk of Preston 

Chapel, aged 88. 
18. Mr. Mark Tullow. 

25. Mr. Joseph Collier, late of Whitechapel. 

28. Mrs. Henrietta Palmer, wife of the Sacristan at 

the Catholic Chapel, Bath. 

31. Mrs. Mary Hollington, aged 85. 

Mrs. Towsey, wife of Mr. Samuel Towsey, of 

Blandford, Dorset, aged 31. 
Mrs. Ann More, at Ostend, on her way to Paris. 
Sept. 3. Mrs. Ainsley, aged 87. 



164 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

9. Mrs. Ursula Bloodworth, at Wolverhampton. 

10. Mrs. Maria Annunciata Cooke, late of German- 

place, Brighton. 
Miss Ann Jane Chaloner, at Liverpool, aged 18. 

11. Mrs. Cowban, of Blackburn, aged 55. 

John Chrysostom Payne, son of the late Captain 
Payne, of the 45th regiment, at St. Mary s 
College, Oscott, aged 15. 

13. John Francis Butler, Esq., of Pleasington-hall, 

Lancashire, at Holywell, Flintshire, aged 52, 

14. Mr. John Duff Macmurdo, aged 38. 

18. Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Mr. 
Charles Parkinson, of Newcastle- upon-Tyne, 
at the York Bar Convent School. 

22. Thomas H. Hercy, Esq., late of Maddox-street and 
Hawthorn-hill, Berkshire, aged 69. 

25. Robert Selby, jun., Esq., aged 29. 

26. Hon. Mrs. Phillips, aged 37. 

29. Mr. Thomas Moore, at Preston. 
Oct. 4. Mrs. Elizabeth Thorborn, aged 50. 

11. Mr. William Lucas, late of Ryder s-court, aged 

62. 

12. Mr. Walter Allanson, late of Hayshaw, Yorkshire, 

aged 98. 

17. Mrs. Mary Douchez, late of Seymour-place, aged 

84. 

18. Mr. Thomas Berkinshaw, suddenly. 
Nov. 4. Mr. Thomas Stacy, aged 56. 

6. Mrs. Shuttleworth, of Worksop, Notts, aged 89. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1826. 
CLERGY. 

1824. Nov. 12. Rev. John Ashurst, at Manchester (Crook Hall 

and Ushaw). 

1825. Jan. 28. Rev. Joseph Shepherd, at Bolton (Valladolid). 
Feb. 6. Rev. Philip Windham, at Brook-Green, aged 93 

(Rome). 
Mar. 23. Rev. Thomas Percy, at Soddington (Old Hall 

Green). 

Rev. James Orrell, at Blackbrook (Ushaw). 
June 11. Rev. [James] Newsham, at Hammersmith 

(Doway). 

July 25. Rev. Arthur Storey, at Thirsk, aged 82 (Doway). 
Sept. 1. Rev. John Sergeant, at Liverpool. 

29. Right Rev. Dr. Sughrue, Catholic Bishop of 

Kerry, at Bath. His remains, on the Saturday 

following, were embarked at Bristol, to be 

interred in his diocese. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 165 

1824. Nov. 9. Rev. John Gore, at Stonyhurst. [S.J., aged 42] 

1825. May 4. Rev. Charles Forrester, at Newhall, aged 86. [S. J. 

vere Fleury, died 2 May] 

1825. Mar.[24.] Rev. Francis [Xavier] Chappell, O.S.D., at Born- 
heim. aged 75, rel. 50. [born 2 May 1749 in 
London, prof. 7 Feb. 1775 at Bornhem- 
Provincial 1810] 

Apr. 7. Rev. [William] Jerome Digby, O.S.B., at Down 
side College, aged 82. [prof, at Douay 15 
Mar. 1761] 

July 2. Rev. [Richard] Bernard Butler, O.S.B., at 
Ditto, aged 77. [prof, at Douay 1 Jan. 
1766] 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1824. Nov. 14. Sister Mary Magdalen King[,] Conversa, O.S.B., 

at Bishop s-house, Winchester, aged 75, 
rel. 40. 

1825. Jan. 2. Lay-sister Martha Fry e O.S.B. at Salford Convent, 

aged 62. [vere Fryar, aged 64] 
June 7. Sister Monica Parry, (formerly a religious at the 

Poor Clares, Dunkirk), at Hammersmith 

Convent, aged 76. 
July 21. Sister Mary Clementina Argou, of Ste. Melanie, 

O.S.B., at Orrell Mount, Lancashire, aged 

28, rel. 7. 



ECCL&SIASTIQUES 

1824. MM. Francois Dubois, a Tours, en France, ag6 

de 58 ans. 

Dec. 13. Joseph le Chandelier de Pierreville, a 

Oxburgh, age de 66 ans. 

1825. Feb. 1. Gabriel Olivier, a Londres, age de 64 ans. 
Mars 5. Fr.- Jos. -Robert le Tellier, a Eltham, age 

de 65 ans. 
Oct. B. Gerardot, a Liverpool, age de 75 ans. 

LAITY. 

1820. Apr. 11. Lady Mary Gage, at Bury St. Edmunds.* 
Aug. 26. Anne Fergus, at Ditto.* 

1823. Aug. 28. Miss Anne Hervey, at Wigan. 

1824. Jan. 10. Mr. Anthony Langley, of Worksop, Notts, aged 20 
Feb. 28. Mr. Thomas Wingham, many years steward to 

Sir R. Bedingfield, at Oxburgh, aged 66. 
Mar. 24. Lucy Fergus, at Bury St. Edmund s.* 

21. Mr. Thomas Witherington, of Bennett-street, 

aged 85. 
Apr. 19. Mr. James Patrick. 

* A correspondent says that Lady Gage, Anne Fergus and Lucy Fergus 
were sisters. 



166 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

28. Miss Helen Knapp, aged 10. 
Aug. 16. Mr. Edwd. Flint, at West on, aged 78. 
Sept. 1. Major John Canning, of the Hon. East India 

Company s Service, at Calcutta, aged 49. 
7. Mrs. Louisa Freer, wife of B. Freer, Esq., of 
Gosport. 

13. Catharine Lady Lawsoii, wife of Sir H. Lawson, 

Bart., at Brough Hall, in the 54th year of 
her age. 

27. John Francis Morgan, Esq., aged 67. 
Nov. 6. Mr. William Gradwell. 

7. Miss Penelope Whitgreave, of Moseley, Stafford 

shire. 
10. Mrs. Ann Barnes, aged 64. 

14. Mrs. Frances Sutton, of Merrion- square, Dublin. 

15. Mrs. Sarah Read, aged 74. 

23. Mr. Robert Mordaimt, of Heythrop, Oxon. 

24. Miss Sarah Frances Hoy, of Stoke, near Nayland, 

Suffolk, aged 50. 

25. Mrs. Jane Bardell, of Charles-street, Soho, 

widow, aged 68. 

,, Acting Deputy Assistant Commissary-General 
Charles Ignatius Barnes, youngest son of the 
late James Barnes, Esq., of Carisbrook, at 
Bathurst, St. Mary s, River Gambia, aged 
29. 

28. Stephen Tempest, Esq., of Brought on-hall, 

county of York, aged 69. 
30. Mr. George Twist, at Preston, aged 21. 
Dec. 8. Thomas Canning, Esq., of Lincoln s Inn, Bar 
rister -at -Law. 
13. John Burke, of York-place, Port man square, at 

Brighton, aged 52. 
,, Mr. Peter Twist, at Preston, aged 25. 

15. Mrs. Christina Ingo, wife of Mr. Joseph Ingo, of 

Dean s-row, W T alworth, aged 66. 
21. Mrs. Catharine Carey, at Hampstead, aged 60. 
1825. Jan. 5. Mr. Anthony Collingwood, of Corby, age 50. 
,, P. Grady Haley, Esq., at Lambeth, aged 50. 
,, Thomas Walmesley, Esq., at Richmond, Surry, 
aged 56. 

8. John Dolan, of Gate-street, aged 68. 

16. Mrs. Dorothy Holland, aged 41. 
18. Mr. Thomas Foss, aged 78. 

20. Mr. Mark Fidelis Cornelius Murphy, 7th and 

youngest son of Mr. John Murphy, of Cam- 
den-street, aged 21 and 8 months. 
,, Mrs. Mary Lyddon, at Portsea, Hants, aged 45. 

21. Mrs. Frances Haskey, aged 79. 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 167 

25. Frances Bellasyse, last surviving sister of the 

late Rt. Hon. Lord Viscount Fauconberg, 
at Lancaster, aged 72. 
,, Miss Mary Phillips, aged 35. 

26. Frances Lady Mostyn, aged 35. 

Feb. 1. Mr. Thomas Gibson, of York, aged 80. 

3. Mrs. Catharine Hammond, of Irnham, aged 85. 

11. William Mervin Dillon, Esq., of Quebec-street. 

13. Mrs. Mary Slezak, of Wells-street, aged 54. 
16. Patrick John Mahon, Bristol, aged 28. 

21. Mrs. Catharine Hodges, of Cadogan-place, aged 75. 
24. Mr. Edward Wilks, of Coughton Hall, Warwick 
shire, aged 81. 

Mar. 2. Mrs. Ann Winter, of Beaumont-street, aged 68. 
,, Hon. Frances Lady Jerningham, aged 77. 
Mrs. Mary Parvin, wife of John Parvin, Esq., 

aged 73. 

8. John Schwerer, native of the Black Forest in 
Germany, of East Smithfield, aged 69. 

14. Mrs. Teresa Addis, of Dean-street, aged 91. 

16. Mrs. Mary Ann Langley, of Worksop, Notts, 
aged 58. 

22. Mrs. Ann Bates, of Bulby, aged 93. 

22. Mr. Vitus Winterhalter, late of Broad-street, 

Bloomsbury, aged 54. 
,, William Witham, senr., Esq., aged 70. 
Apr. 2. Mrs. Ann Mary Teighe, of Warfield, Berks. 

7. George James, only son of Mr. James Rorauer, 

of the Treasury, at Montiviliers, in France, 
aged 12. 

,, Miss Mary Hodgkiss, at Madeley, Shropshire, on 
the day she entered her 89th year. 

8. Mrs. Eleanor Dolan, of Gate-street, Lincoln s- 

inn- fields, aged 67. 

10. Aloysius Lacy, many years member of the 

Catholic choir at Bristol, aged 29. 

11. Mrs. Jane Gandolfi, of East Sheen, aged 74. 

21. Mr. John Harvey, near Wigan. 

24. Mrs. Elizabeth Dempsey, late of Dempsey- 
street, Commercial-road, aged 73. 

28. Mrs. Margaret M Enally, late of Margaret -street, 
Hackney road. 

30. Mrs. Bridget Bodenham. 

May 3. Thomas Wallon [Walton], Hathersedge, Derby 
shire, aged 75. [see note p. 19.] 

13. Mr. James King, of Birmingham, of a decline, 
aged 25. 

15. Mr. William Langley, of Worksop, Notts, aged 73. 

22. Mr. John Neall, of Charlton-street, Somerstown, 

aged 95 years and seven months. 



168 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

24. Mrs. Mary Courtenay, wife of Charles Courtenay, 

of Bucklands, Esq., aged 60. 

25. John Peter de Roure, Esq., at Hampstead, aged 

42. 

26. Christopher Redington, Esq., of Kilcoran, county 

of Galway, aged 45. 

June 1. Miss Ann Hoy, of Stoke, near Nayland, Suffolk, 
aged 22. 

7. Mrs. Elizabeth Gledhill, aged 70. 
,, Miss Elizabeth Mason. 

9. Mr. Henry Lawson, aged 52. 

,, Mrs. Frances Strowbridge, at Chudleigh, aged 56. 

20. Mr. Thomas Joseph Moore, late of Turnham- 

green, aged 69. 
22. Miss Ann Birch, aged 23. 
,, Miss Euphemia Haggerstone, aged 18. 
22. Mr. Edward Joseph Keane, of South-Audley- 

street, aged 12. 
,, Miss Eliza Ann Augusta Maria Louisa Birch, 

aged 23. 
July 5. Mrs. Henrietta Berington, aged 73. 

14. George Calvert, Esq., of Lamb s-Conduit-street, 

a member of the Royal College of Surgeons, 
aged 30. 

21. Honble. Catharine Doria, at Liege, aged 90. 
24. Mrs. Lucretia Swift, of Houndsditch, aged 45. 

,, Agnes Collison, aged 59. 

27. Mr. William Crowe, elder brother of the Rev. 

Thomas Crowe, of Woodside, near Lancaster, 
aged 37. 

28. Mr. Edward Fitch, aged 74. 

Aug. 2. Mrs. Catharine Rawleigh, of Wellclose-square, 

aged 72. 
4. Mrs. Isabella Beetham, of Chelsea, aged 70. 

8. Mr. William Knapp, of Langston, aged 52. 

15. Mr. James Pesnau, aged 25. 

16. Miss Susanna Fowler, of Somer s Town, aged 83. 

17. Miss Frances Peniston, aged 17. 

19. Mr. William West, Solicitor, of Gray s-inn, aged 60. 

22. Mrs. Ellen Haworth, at her brother-in-law s, 

Mr. Anderton s, at Liverpool, aged 67. 
24. Miss Agnes Mary Knapp, at Langston, aged 13. 
27. Mr. Edward Collison. 

29. Mrs. Appleton, at Manchester. 
29. Mr. James Testar, aged 18. 

Sept. 13. Mr. Francis de Sales Hodgkinson, aged 21. 

Miss Prescott, at Preston. 

16. Mary Macdonnell Lady Constable, relict of the 
late Sir Thomas H. Constable, at Brighton. 

18. Mr. Thomas Banks, at Preston. 






"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 169 

25. Mrs. Isabella Cologan, of Upper Norton-street, 
Portland-road, aged 36. 

27. Mr. Christopher Rostorn, at Preston. 

Mrs. Ellen Baines, Goosnargh. 

Oct. 16. Miss Mary Ann Teresa Dolan, late of Gate-street, 
Lincoln s-inn-fields, aged 37. Familiarly 
known to the Congregation at Brighton by 
her exemplary piety, her charitable attention 
to the wants of the sick, and to the distresses 
of the children of the poor. 

19. Mr. Michael Mason, late of Crondon Park, near 
Stock, Essex, aged 81. 

23. Mrs. Mary Wills, at Tichborne. 

27. Mrs. Ann Hill, late daughter of Mr. Martin, of 

Osnaburgh-street. 

28. Mrs. Mary Tunstall, relict of Marmaduke Tunstall, 

Esq., of Wycliffe, county of York, aged 74. 
[nee Markham] 

30. Mrs. Clara Franklin, aged 75. 
Mrs. Gillibrand, at Preston. 
Mrs. Arrowsmith, at ditto. 
Mrs. Dodds, at ditto. 

Nov. 1. Mr. John Slezak, a native of Bohemia, aged 72. 
4. Mr. George Holland. 

17. Mr. Richard Goodwin, aged 45. 

,, Mrs. Mary Stone, maternal aunt of the Rev 
Edward Peach, at Birmingham, aged 86. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1827. 

CLERGY. 
1826. Apr. 9. Rev. Thomas White, at Winchester, aged 62 

(Douay). 

19. Rt. Rev. John Milner, D.D., Bishop of Castabala, 
and Vicar Apostolic of the Midland District, 
&c. &c. &c. in the 23d year of his Episcopacy, 
aged 73 years and six months (Douay). 
June 26. Rev. Thomas Sanderson, at Wycliffe (Douay). 
Sept. 14. Rev. Thomas Caton, at Cottam, Lancashire 

(Douay). 
1826. Mar. 1. Rev. Andrew Robinson, at Worcester, aged 85. 

[S.J., Feb. 28] 

Apr. 9. Rev. Edward Wright, of Holywell. [S.J., aged 74] 
July 8. Rev. Christopher Rose, at Durham. [S.J., aged 85] 

18. Rev. John Howard, late of Irnham. [S.J., aged 

62, ? July 8] 

Sept. 7. Rev. Thomas Reeve, late of Newhall, aged 74. [S. J.] 
16. Rev. William Meynell, at Richmond, aged 83. 

[S.J.] 

1824. Dec. 14. Rev. Constant Stanislaus Henrion, O.S.F., at 
Taunton Lodge, aged 92, rel. 60. 



170 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

1826. Feb. 11. Rev. James Tanner, O.S.F. late of Aston Hall, 

aged 39. 

Oct. 14. Rev. Joseph [Dunstan] Scott, O.S.B., at Flixton, 
near Bungay, Suffolk, aged 86 (Lamspring). 
[prof. 31 Aug. 1760] 

F. [William] Gregory Philipson, O.S.B., at Little 
Malvern, aged 20 (Downside), [prof. 5 Apr. 
1825] 

16. Rev. John [Benedict] Atkinson, O.S.D., at 
Bruges, aged 69. [Chaplain to Augustinian 
nuns. Prof, at Bornhem 14 Sept. 1782] 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1824. Mar. 11. Mother Winifred Clare Smith, aged 82, rel. 65. 
Oct. 17. Sister [Frances Henrietta] Mary Sales Jerningham, 

O.S.A., at the English Dames, Bruges, aged 
78, rel. 47. 
Nov. 29. Sister M. Benedict Smith, aged 99, rel. 74. 

1825. July 10. Sister [Mary] Elizabeth Howell, O.S.A., at the 

English Dames, Bruges, aged 52, prof. 34. 

1825. Jan. 25. Ven. Mother Frances Xaveria Lorymer, at 
Taunton Lodge, age 77, rel. 57. [O.S.F., in 
1826] 
[1826] Feb. 11. Sister Ann Joseph Martin, O.S.A., at the English 

Convent, Paris, age 32. 

24. Mary Margaret Teresa Spain, late of Sales- 

House, Shepton Mallet, aged 26. 
26. M. Edling, O.S.F. , at Scorton Lodge, aged 87, 

rel. 65. 

Mar. 25. M. Anastasia Lancaster, aged 77, rel. 57. 

July 9. Mary Benedict Sidden, O.S.B., at Bishop s 

House, Winchester, [vere Siddons, in 1826] 
31. Elizabeth Duck, O.S.T., at Torigni, in France, 

aged 46. 

Oct. 24. Dame Mary Magdalen M Millan, O.S.B., at 
Hammersmith, aged 43, rel. 18. 

ECCLSIASTIQUES FRANQOIS. 

1825. Nov. 4. MM. Girard, mort a Gloucester, du diocese de 
Dax, age de 68 ans. 
N. Labbe, mort a Bath, age de 86 ans. 
Dec. 6. F. R. Clement, du diocese de Rouen, mort a 

Londres, age de 66 ans. 
1826 Mars 16. N. Begin, mort a Salisbury. 

Aout 18. A. Benard, mort a Witham Place. 

LAITY. 
1821. Nov. 27. Mary Draycott, of Cheetham, aged 39. 

1823. Aug. 28. Mr. James Raiiiford, Ardwick, Manchester, aged 52. 

1824. Mar. 22. Mrs. Elizabeth Lancaster, sister to the Rev. R. 

Thompson, V.G. in Lancashire, aged 66. 
June 2. Mr. Peter Taylor, of Manchester, aged 70. 



LAITY S DIRECTORY * OBITUARIES. 171 

1825. Jan. 18. Mrs. Margaret Trant, in Reading, relict of Domi 

nic Henry Trant, Esq., late of Easlewood 
[? Hazelwood], Yorkshire, and a lineal des 
cendant of the ancient family of Bellew, in 
Ireland. 

25. Mrs. Locke, aged 66. 

11. Mrs. Elizabeth Mounteney, aged 73. 

May 15. Mr. James Duckett, at Claughton, aged 79. 

20. Mr. William Closey, of Frith-street, Soho, aged 45. 
24. Madame Monica de Cibat, wife of Don Francis 

de Cibat, of the Spanish Body Guards, in the 
21st year of her age, after a lingering illness 
of nearly 12 months, universally regretted. 
About the same time Col. David Jennings, 
Knt. of St. Louis, leaving a widow and a 
large family to deplore his loss, at his seat 
near Paris, aged 67. 

June 14. Mrs. Mary Crawley, at Llanarth, Monmouthshire, 

July Frederick Dillon, Esq., at Rangoon, aged 27. 

Aug. 14. Mr. John Lynott, aged 74. 

Oct. 25. Thomas Swinburne, Esq., of Pontop Hall, aged 71. 

26. In the Island of Montserrat, West Indies, the 

Hon. Thomas Hill, Member of his Majesty s 

Council, and Judge of that Colony, aged 46. 

29. Mr. J. Usher, of Featherstone-buildings, aged 69. 

28. Mrs. Kitty Ewen, of South Molton street, mother 

of Mr. Buckingham, of the Choir of Spanish 
Chapel, at Stafford, aged 68. 

14. Mr. Charles Henry Parrish, at Tobago, aged 20. 
Nov. 24. Mrs. Bridget Burke, aged 51. 

Dec. 1. Miss Maria Green, of Bristol, aged 29. 

2. Mr. George Bolland, of Castlegate, York, sud 

denly, aged 61. 
7. Th. Canning, Esq., of Purley, Berks, aged 72. 

15. Mrs. Eliz. Byrne, late of Somers Town, aged 56. 
,, Mrs. Jane Buncombe, at Newport, Isle of Wight, 

aged 32. 
19. Mrs. Margaret Smith, aged 83. 

21. Mrs. Ann Hope, of Watling-street, aged 69. 
23. Miss Catharine Winter. 

26. Mrs. Elizabeth Havers, late of Thelton Hall, 
aged 63. 

29. Mr. James Beck, of Chipping Norton, wrecked 

near the Coast of South America, aged 41. 

30. Miss Mary Ann Jackson, of Duke-street, Lin 

coln s Inn Fields. 

31. Adam Wilson, Esq., of Glasgowego, aged 74. 

1826. Jan. 1. Mr. Ambrose Clarke, Beech Farm, Herts, aged 79. 

3. Peter Andre, Esq., of New-Bond-street. 

4. Mr. John Thew, late of Pentonville, aged 89. 



172 " LAITY* s DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

7. Mr. Timothy Coffee, of the New North Road, 

Islington, aged 61. 

16. Mr. John Bowdoii, late of Radford, Oxon, aged 55. 
19. Mrs. Des Fontaines, of Cadiz, aged 28. 

21. Mrs. Ann Peche, relict of the late General Peche, 

at Paris. 

22. Mrs. Elizabeth Barker, of Phillimore-place, aged 

87. 

25. Elizabeth, relict of Mr. William Lucas, formerly 

of Rider s court, aged 68. 
Feb. 2. Mr. Francis Cuthbertson, aged 53. 

6. Mrs. Eliza Blount, wife of Wm. Blount, Esq., of 
Upper Norton-street, Portland-place. 

11. Mrs. Jane Cull, late of 372 Strand, aged 75. 

15. John Wright, Esq., of Kelvedon Hall, Co. of 
Essex, aged 63. 

,, Peter Vanzeller, Esq., late of Oporto, aged 27. 

16. At Colombo, at the house of her father, Vincent 
William Vanderstraaten, Esq., Registrar of 
the Hon. the Supreme Court of Judicature 
of the Island of Ceylon, Miss P. W. Vander 
straaten, his eldest daughter, aged 27. 

26. Mr. Thomas Booker. 

Mar. 4. Mr. Peter Richard Bowman, at Plymouth, 

aged 41. 
15. Mrs. Ann Wigley, aged 75. 

24. Mrs. Denis Haggerty, aged 63. 

25. Mr. William Ginivan, late of Oxford- street, aged 53. 
Apr. 1. Mrs. Lucy Nugent, late of Bath. 

,, Mrs. Frances Constable, aged 65. 

2. William Vanzeller, Esq., late of Lisbon, aged 31. 

3. Sir Robert Strachan, Bart., at Exeter, aged 89. 

5. Charles Bodenham, Esq., aged 67. 

6. Mrs. Joanna Power, aged 85. 

7. Mrs. Frances Thorpe, late of Southampton- 

street, aged 75. 
10. Master Thomas John M Carty, in his 15th year. 

18. Mrs. Dorothy Ann Lynott, aged 70. 

19. Mrs. Eleanor Colly er, aged 60. 

21. Mrs. Ann Dunn, London-street, in the 57th year 

of her age. 

24. Mrs. Lucy Wright, aged 37. 
28. Miss Caroline Cooper, late of Brighton, aged 17. 
May 4. Mrs. Elizabeth Parry Blount. 

9. Mrs. Elizabeth Doughty, late of Bedford-row. 
10. Hon. Mrs. Vavasour, late of Haslewood Hall. 
Mrs. Catharine Thomas, aged 52. 

12. Mr. William Crook, late of Piccadilly, aged 31. 
14. Hon. Mrs. Talbot, at her late residence, Witham, 

Essex, in the 78th year of her age. 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 173 

20. Miss Teresa Bridget M Neal, late of Cowley- 

street, Westminster, aged 44. 
,, Mr. Joseph Conway, late of Woolwich. 

21. Mr. Henry Mather, of Bouverie-street, aged 69. 

26. Viscountess Strangford, Lady of the British 

Ambassador at St. Petersburgh. 
,, Mr. James Thompson, of Preston, aged 36. 
June 9. Mrs. Massingberd, late of Bath, aged 66. 

18. Mrs. Winefride Barrett, at Bath, aged 75. 
July 11. Elizabeth, Countess of Cadeville, at Landernau 
in Brittany, in her 32d year. 

18. Mr. Stephen O Neil. 

19. Master Joseph White, eldest son of Edward 

White, of Red-lion-square, Esq.,. Surgeon, 
aged 6. 

27. Sir George Throckmorton, Bart., at Weston 

Underwood, aged 72. 

28. Mrs. H. L. Denyer, of Somers Town, aged 59. 
Aug. 2. Sir William Gerard, Bart., of Garswood Hall, 

Lancashire. 

12. Miss Chew, late of Brompton Square. 

,, At Stella, near Newcastle upon Tyne, Ann, the 
wife of Mr. Henry Wild. 

13. Mrs. Jemima Smith, aged 48. 

29. Mrs. Jane Mary Davies, late of Gosport. 

Sept. 3. Mr. R. H. Dolan, of King-street, Bloomsbury, 

aged 17. 

6. Mrs. D. Mary Beauchamp, of Isleworth, aged 71. 
9. Mrs. Buckley, aged 53. 
12. Eliza, wife of Mr. Haskayne, of Liverpool, aged 

27. 
15. Mary Shimell, aged 54, at Teignmouth, Devon. 

24. Mr. Charles Gorden, at Twickenham, aged 50. 

,, Hon. Edmund Preston, 6th son of Viscount 
Gormanstowii, at Teignmouth, Devon. 

25. Mrs. Elizabeth Draycott, at Wingerworth, aged 

63. 

30. Mrs. Mary Rogerson, aged 76. 

Miss Ann Tipping, at Preston, aged 23. 
Oct. 4. Mrs. Smithers, aged 77. 

5. Richard Shimell, at Teignmouth, Devon, aged 82. 

9. Mrs. Milling, at Preston, aged 82. 

,, Mrs. Teresa Knight, of Axminster, Devon. 

12. Mrs. Ann Corney, aged 81. 

13. Miss Julia Pool, of Dover-street, Piccadilly. 
Nov. 3. Mrs. Henrietta Devaux, aged 85. 

8. Mrs. Mary Ann Knapp, widow of the late Mr. 
Wm. Knapp, of Langston, near Havant, 
aged 44. 
Nov. 6. Mrs. Jane Saltarelli, late of Kensington, aged 62. 



174 "LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 

6. Mr. Rorauer, Sen., late of Camden Town, aged 79. 

7. Mrs. Mary Dunant, late of Pentonville, aged 84. 
9. Mr. John Gurney. 

,, Mildred Louisa Lorymer, eldest daughter of Wm. 
Powell Lorymer, Esq., of Perthyre, Mon 
mouthshire, aged 13. 

13. James Hutchison, aged 40. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1828. 
CLERGY. 

1826. Nov. 24. Rev. H. Carter, Preston (Doway and St. Omers). 
Dec. 22. Rev. Matthew Sharp, Hexham (Doway). 

1827. Jan. 26. Rev. James Smith, Manchester (Valladolid). 
Feb. . Rev. George Thomas Gildart, Swansea (Valla 
dolid). 

Mar. 3. Rev. Laurence Strongitharm, Cossey (Oscott). 
June 1. Rev. John Yates, V.G. for Durham, Esh Laud, 

Durham, aged 62 (St. Omer s). 
Oct. 8. Rev. James Lancaster (Doway). 

1826. Nov. 3. Mr. Robert Tyrer, at Paris. [Brother R.T., S.J., 

aged 28] 

1827. June 6. Mr. George Cobb, at Paris, aged 19. [Brother G.C., 

S.J.] 

Oct. 13. Rev. Charles Wright, at Stony hurst, in the 77th 
year of his age. [S.J.] 

1826. Dec. 2. Rev. Thomas H[yacinth de Lont] Brown, O.S.D., 

at Hinckley, aged 73, rel. 53 [48] 

1827. Feb. 18. Rev. Thomas Kington, O.S.F., at Osmotherley, 

Yorkshire, aged 75. 

May 3. Rev. T[homas] L[ewis] Brittain, O.S.D., late of 
Hartpury Court, aged 83, rel. 60. [Britten, 
chaplain to nuns O.S.D. Buried in the 
church yard] 

10. Rev. William Roberts, O.S.F., at St. Omer s, 
aged 63. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1826. Jan. Sister Mary Frances Brindle, O.S.T., at Cocken- 

hall, aged 80, prof. 48. 
,, Teresa of Jesus, Franckerville, O.S.T., aged 

75, professed 49. 

July 19. [Benedict Joseph] Isabella Plunkett, O.S.A., 

at Spetisbury. [aged 58, prof. 36] 

1827. Mar. Mother Mary Ann Bernard Houseman, Ex- 

Prioress, O.S.T., at Cocken Hall, aged 88, 
professed 71. 
Sister Mary Phillippine Coyn, O.S.T., aged 80, 

professed 58. 

,, 11. Ven. Mother Mary Constantia Proyer, O.S.F., at 
Taunton Lodge, aged 75, rel. 56. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 175 

26. Sister Mary Magdalen James, O.S.F., at Scorton. 
in the 94th year of her age, 66th of her reli 
gious profession. 



ECCLSIASTIQUES 

Fev. 7. 1827. MM. Pierre-Francois Grognet, Pretre du Diocese 
d Amiens, age de 68 ans. 

27. Jean-Nicolas Gondre, Pretre du Diocese de 

Rouen, age de 79 ans. 

28. Jacques-Etienne le Marinier, Pretre du Diocese 

de Bayeux, age de 83 ans. 
Mars 7. Nicolas Normaiid, Pretre du Diocese de Rouen, 

age de 76 ans. 
Mai 14. Fran?ois de la Rue, Pretre du Diocese de Bayeux, 

Missionnaire a Gosport, age de 65 ans. 
,, N. Britain, Pretre du Diocese de Malines, age 

de 69 ans. 
Aout 6. Martin Pinel, Cure de Diocese de Bayeux, age 

de 72 ans. 
9. Rene Juigne, Cure du Diocese de Mans, mort a 

Paris, age de 66 ans. 

Sept. 7. M. 1 Abbe de St. Yves, ancien Chanoine d Aire, 
Diocese d Arras, mort a Paris, age de 67 ans. 
Oct. 4. Mathurin Limousin, Pretre du Diocese de Tours, 
age de 70 ans. 
LAITY. 
1826. Mar. 15. Mr. Michael Clarkson, of Grimsargh, near Pres 

ton, aged 33. 
May 15. J. Clarkson, Esq., Grimsargh, near Preston, 

aged 91. 

Sept. 19. Mrs. Margaret Magee, late of No. 3, London Wall, 

in the 39th year of her age, after a long and 

severe illness, born with Christian patience. 

26. Mrs. Elizabeth Draycott, at Wingerworth, aged 

63. 
Oct. 9. Joseph de Cunha Pereira de Neyva, Esq., aged 

74. 
23. Mrs. Sophia Collingridge, at Weston, Oxon, aged 

60. 

Nov. 10. Mrs. Helen Andoe, aged 37. 
Dec. 1. John Clavering, Esq., late of Callaly Castle, in 

Northumberland, aged 63. 

3. Mr. Thomas Kay, late of Upper King-street, 
Bloomsbury, aged 57. 

5. James Hartley Patterson, Esq., late of the 14th 

Regiment, in the 41st year of his age. 

6. George Francis Angelo, Esq. 

6. The Hon. Miss Stourton, Sister to the Right Hon. 
Lord Stourton. 



176 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

7. Samuel Wisdom Barrett, Esq., late of Bedford 

row, aged 64. 
9. Mr. James White, of Brailes, aged 73. 

10. Edward Turvile, Esq., aged 27. 

Mrs. Mary Rorauer, late of Camden Town, aged 

75. 
13. At St. Petersburgh, Archbishop Siestrzene- 

witsch, Head of the Roman Catholic Church 

in Russia, in the 96th year of his age. 
1827. Jan. 4. Mr. Laurence Tritschler, a native of the Black 

Forest in Suebia [Swabia], late of Compton- 

street, Clerkenwell, aged 32. 
,, Mr. Francis Froes, at Pernambuco. 
,, Joseph Burke, Esq., late of Baker-street, aged 77. 
6. Mrs. Sarah Shea, late of Isleworth. 

8. Mrs. Eleanor Briaris, in the 57th year of her age. 
,, Thomas Vanzeller, Esq., of Oporto, aged 32. 

18. Mr. William Price, late of Berwick-street, Soho. 
25. Mrs. Bridgwater, aged 76. 
,, Mr. John Molteno, aged 39. 

31. Mrs. Ann Thackeray, late of Isleworth, aged 70. 
Feb. 4. Mrs. Josephine Christina Husenbeth, aged 25, 

at Barrow House, near Bristol. 
5. James Maxwell, Esq., late of Kirkconnell, Stew 
art ry of Kirkcudbright. 
,, James Day, Esq., late of the City-road, aged 65. 

11. The Marquis de Abrantes, aged 42. 

12. Mrs. Catherine Maria Adelaide Jorge. 
17. Mrs. Elizabeth Goodwin, aged 73. 

,, Dr. Cugnoni, aged 73. 

20. Mrs. Mary Power, aged 45. 

21. Mr. Francis Lee, aged 68. 

25. Miss Antonia Wardell, at Plymouth, Devon, 
aged 33. 

27. The Hon. Lady Lucy Arundell, late of Exeter, 

aged 23. 

,, . Mrs. Elizabeth Potter, aged 86. 
Mar. 6. Maria, Duchesse de Croy, at Paris. 

9. Miss Esther Griffiths, sister to the Rev. T. A. 

Griffiths, President of St. Edmund s College, 
Old Hall Green. 

13. Mrs. Grace Sharrock, at Ribchester, aged 79. 

many year Catholic Bookseller at Preston. 
,, Mr. J. Daniell, late of Tooley-street, aged 84. 
15. Mr. Jacob Conrad Hahn, late belonging to the 

Choir of the German Catholic Chapel, aged 26. 
20. Ch. Bisshopp, Esq., late of Brailes, Co. of 

Warwick. 

28. Joseph Lescher, Esq., late of West End, Hamp- 

stead, in the 75th year of his age. 



U LAITY S DtBECTOEY " OBlTtJ ARIES. 177 

29. Charles Dignum, Esq., late of Gloucester-street, 

Queen-square, in the 62nd year of his age. 
Apr. 1. At Nantes, in France, Euphrosine, the Lady of 
Stapylton Stapylton, Esq., eldest Son of 
M. Stapylton, Esq., of Myton Hall, York 
shire. 

6. The Rt. Hon. Charles Earl of Shrewsbury, Earl 

of Waterford, and Earl of Wexford, &c. &c. 
aged 74. 

8. Ursula Laws, at Bath, aged 25. 
19. Mr. Thomas Cuddon, late of the Borough of 

Southwark, in the 23rd year of his age. 
23. Mrs. Sarah Spain, aged 67. 
Benjamin Hodges, Esq., late of Cadogan-place, 

aged 77. 
May 1. Daniel Reardon, Esq., late of Artillery-place, 

aged 59. 

5. Mrs. Mary Bridget Pollard, of Tottenham Court- 
road, aged 72. 

7. Mr. John Nagle Hiffernan, in the 26th year of 

his age. 

10. At Carlisle, Mrs. Matty Fairbairn, aged 81. 

11. Miss Elizabeth Collingridge, of Islip, Oxon, aged 

25. 

14. Mrs. Elizabeth Lantalum, late of Stratford, aged 
67. 

16. William Keene, Esq., of Vale-place, Hammer 
smith-road, in his 81st year. 

21. Mr. John Macdermot, aged 67. 

26. At Paris, aged 16, Charlotte Amelia, only daughter 

of the late Joseph Dias Santos, Esq., of 
Tottenham, formerly of Lisbon. 

27. Horatio Rymer, Esq., aged 28. 
Mr. Phillip Draycott, aged 33. 

29. Marmaduke Langdale, Esq., aged 76. 
June 5. Mrs. Dorothea Plowden, wife of Francis Plowden, 

Esq., in the 69th year of her age. 
7. At Witham, Essex, Miss Charlotte Ann Wheble 
daughter of James Wheble, Esq., of Woodley 
Lodge, Reading, aged 14, after a long and 
painful illness, borne humility and patient 
resignation. 

11. Miss Jane Lane, late of Bridzor, aged 42. 

18. Miss Margaret Jane M Carty, in the 21st year of 
her age. 

25. Mr. Charles Spain, late of Quebec-street, aged 41, 

28. John Errington, Esq., of Beaufort [Beaufrpnt] 

Northumberland, aged 89. 
At Castle-French, Ireland, Maria, Lady of the 

Rt. Hon. Lord French, 
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OBITTT ABIES. 

July 2. At Montpellier, James Talbot, Esq., brother to 
the Earl of Shrewsbury. 

17. Mr. George Rorauer, in his 45th year. 

18. Mrs. Teresa Mary Newton, late of Charles-street, 

Berners-street, aged 89. 

28. Mr. James Daniell, late of Frederick-place, 

Hampstead-road, aged 57. 

29. At her residence at Old Dalby on the Woolds, 

aged 69, the Hon. Mrs. Bowater, eldest 
daughter and co -heiress of the late Lord 
Feversham, very much lamented, parti 
cularly by those who have been partakers 
of her unbounded charity unmixed with 
arrogance. 

Aug. 2. After a protracted illness, which she bore with 
the most pious fortitude and Christian 
resignation, Miss Franklin, niece of George 
Gary, Esq., of Tor Abbey, Devon. 

10. At Cobridge, in the Staffordshire Potteries, Mr. 

Hiram Cockson, aged 27 years and 6 months. 

19. Mr. Charles Champ, aged 80. 

Elizabeth Gage Rookwood, wife of Robert Gage 

Rookwood, Esq., of Coldham Hall, Suffolk. 

29. Mr. Charles Brenan, late of Nelson-square, aged 

55. 
Miss Mary Tichborne, third daughter of Sir 

Henry Tichborne, aged 15. 
Sept. 12. Miss Elizabeth Haydock, of [the] Tagg, near 

Preston, aged 66. 

24. Miss M. A. Lantalum, aged 33. 
Oct. 1. Edward Marmaduke Havers, Esq., late of Cran- 

ford, aged 35. 
Miss Sophia Roussill, at East Hendred, Berks, 

aged 32. 
2. Miss Agnes Byrne, late of Somers town, aged 19, 

11. Mr. William Clarkson, of Blunham, Bedfordshire, 

aged 33. 

Mr. Alban Collingridge, Islip, Oxon, aged 63. 

15. At his seat, Traquair House, Peebleshire, North 
Britain, the Right Hon. Charles Stuart, 
Earl of Traquair, in his 83rd year. 
In Killarney, aged 76, the Right Hon. the Coun 
tess de Severac, sister to the late, and aunt 
to the present Earl of Kenmare. 

23. The Right Hon. Francis Eyre, Earl of Newburgh, 
&c. at Paris, in the 66th year of his age. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1829. 

CLERGY. 
1827. Nov. 4. Rev. Charles Jones, at Spetisbury (Oscott). 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 179 

26. Rt. Rev. WiUiam Poynter, D.D., Bishop of 
Halia, and Vicar Apostolic of the London 
District, in his 66th year (Douay). 
Dec. 1. Rev. Joseph Berington, at Buckland (Douay). 
1828. Jan. 15. Rev. James Lawrenson, at Scorton (Douay). 
Feb. 6. Rev. John Gillow, President of Ushaw College 

(Do way). 

15. Rev. WiUiam Pierrepoint, at Cowes (Douay). 
Apr. 14. Rev. WiUiam Stanley, of MarnhuU. 
May 12. Rev. Richard Rimmer, at Sheffield (Douay). 
July 7. Rev. Thomas Webster, at Woolhampton (Lisbon). 

26. Rev. Thomas Stout, at Thropton. 
Aug. 15. Rev. John Barbe, at Glossop (Paris). 

1827. Nov.[19.] Rev. Joseph Dunn, Preston, Lancashire. [S.J., 

aged 82] 

1828. Feb. 27. Rev. William Poole, Leigh, Lancashire. [S.J., 

aged 76] 

July 6. Rev. John Hughes, Portico, Lancashire. [S.J., 
aged 74] 

1827. Mar. 18. Lay Brother Joseph [Loughry], O.S.B., at 

Downside. 

May 23. Rev. [Thomas] Jerome Coupe, O.S.B., at Ample- 
forth, [prof, at Dieulouard 1775] 

1828. June 3. Dom M. J. Leveaux, O.S.B., a Maurist Monk, 

at Downside, [re-prof. 1798, died at Com- 
piegne.] 
July 4. Lay Brother [Walter] WiUiam Sharrock, at 

Ampleforth. [prof, at Douay] 
24. Rev. Richard Pope, O.S.B., at Netherton. [prof. 

at Douay for Dieulouard 22 Apr. 1781] 
Feb. 11. Lay Brother Francis Harcourt, O.S.F., at Os- 
motherly, Yorkshire, aged 79. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1826. Dec. 28. Dame Mary [Benedicta] Partington, O.S.B., at 

Salford, aged 75, rel. 56. 

1827. Mar. 28. Lay-Sister Agatha Turner, O.S.A., at Spetisbury 

House, aged 70. [prof. 44] 
Aug. 18. Lay-sister Mary Curell, O.S.A., at Bruges, aged 

81, rel. 54. 
Nov. 20. Ven. Mother Mary Michael Hay, 3d O.S.F., at 

Taunton Lodge, aged 73, prof. 52. 
Dec. 7. Sister Mary Wright, O.S.C. 
Sister Mary Hay, O.S.C., at Coxside, Plymouth, 

aged 72. 

1828. Jan. 9. Sister Mary Albana Paterson, O.S.A., at Bruges, 

aged 76, rel. 52. 

27. Lay-sister Mary Anne Gomez, O.S.B., of St. 
Honore, at Orrel Mount, near Wigan, Lanca 
shire, aged 80, rel. 58. 
Feb. 12. Sister Emily Cloppe. 



180 " LAITY S DIRECTORY * OBITUARIES. 

Apr. 3. Sister Mary Catharine Joseph Norris, O.S.A., 

at Bruges, [aged 80, prof. 57] 
May 10. Mother Aloysia Joseph [Barbara] Tuite, O.S.A., 

at Spetisbury House, aged 56, rel. 35, su 

perioress 10. 
June 16. Dame Mary Dorothy Halford, O.S.B[ridget], of 

Sion House, formerly of Lisbon, at Cobridge, 

aged 76, rel. 58. 

July 17. Sister Mary Agnes Porter, aged 28. 
Aug. 24. Sister Anne Benedict Godwin, aged 82, prof. 61. 
27. Sister Louisa Mary Charlotte of the Divine 

Mercy, Carmelite of Torigny, late of Canford, 

aged 77, rel. 57. 
30. Lady Mary Placida Messenger, O.S.B., at Ham 

mersmith, late of Dunkirk, aged 78, rel. 57, 

superioress 17. [Abbess] 



ECCL^SIASTIQUES 

1828. Avril . M.M. J. J. Morel de Reviere, Diocese de Bayeux, 

age de 66 ans. 
Juin 28. J. B. Fleury de Villes, Diocese d Evreux, age 

de 66 ans. 

Juil. 6. J. M. Travers, de Coutances, age de 64 ans. 
Sept. 27. J. B. Jolly, Chanoine Regulier de Ste Genevieve 
Cure du Diocese de Rennes, age de 86 ans. 
LAITY. 

1825. Oct. 28. Mr. Joseph Gosden, aged 90. 

1826. Aug. 10. Mr. Joseph Ancula Lacy, at Demara, aged 23. 
Sept. 24. Mr. Charles Gosdon, of Twickenham, aged 50. 

1827. Apr. 23. Mr. William Corrall, at Chester, aged 90. 
Sept. 11. Michael Joseph Semper, Esq., aged 55. 

27. Mr. John Lee, late of Manchester, aged 80. 
Oct. 13. Mrs. Cox, late of Symon s-street, Sloane-square, 

in her 41st year. 

18. Mr. John Flint, Port of Spain, Trinidad, aged 34. 
26. Miss Ann Moore, of Irnham, aged 23. 

Nov. 2. Baron de Fage, at Jersey. 

19. Frances Witham, Esq., late of Montague-street, 

Russell-square. 

28. Mrs. Mary Norris, aged 74. 

Dec. 1. Mrs. Eleonora Archdeacon, at Liverpool, in her 
69th year. 

1828. Jan. 10. Mrs. Mary Cowdrey, late of Edgware-road, aged 

73. 

14. Mrs. Ann Oliver, Mother of the Rev. George 

Oliver of Exeter, aged 75. 

15. Mr. James Cronin, of Hart-street, Bloomsbury, 

aged 27. 

16. Mrs. Constantino Roach, at Birdholme, aged 76. 



181 

16. Robert Butler, Esq., late of Nottingham Terrace, 

aged 55. 

20. Mr. James Cowbin, of Blackburn, aged 29. 
22. Master Anthony James Bowman, at Kingston, 

Jamaica, of the Yellow Fever, aged 15. 

22. Mr. Philip Fames, aged 30. 

29. Miss Dorothy Newton, late of Irnham. 

Feb. 19. Mr. Thomas Dearlove, late of Whatcomb, Berks, 
aged 63. 

23. Mrs. Ann Moody, at Leeds. 

24. Mrs. Mary Coombes, aged 77. 

27. Mrs. Sarah Kitching, late of Buckland, Berks. 

28. Mrs. Catharine Michell, aged 54. 

Mar. 1. Marianne Martyn, only daughter of Frederick 
Martyn, of Norwich. 

7. Mrs. Frances Gosden, aged 63. 

11. Mrs. Harding, of Shortwood, Somerset, sister to 
the late Vicar General of the Western Dis 
trict, the Rev. H[enry William] Coombes, 
aged 86. 

11. Simon Kelly, Esq., aged 34. 

20. Mrs. Elizabeth Swiny, aged 63. 

,, Mr. Robert Eastwood, aged 85. 

23. Mary Curate, aged 54. 

30. Mr. Charles Reynolds, late a student in the 

English College at Rome, aged 19. 

Apr. 7. Chfarles] Conolly, Esq., at Midford Castle, near 
Bath. 

10. Mrs. Susannah Ursula M Carthy. 

,, Mrs. Mary Eugenia Canning, in her 84th year. 
June 2. Mr. John Kleyser, a native of the Black Forest 
in the Grand Duchy of Baden, aged 26, late 
of Oxford-street. 

8. Mrs. Caroline Mary Dolan, late of St. Martin s 

Lane, in her 34th year. 

11. Mrs. Mary Sharp, late of Downham Market, at 

Mr. Ingo s, Dean s-row, Walworth, aged 86. 

20. Mrs. Mary Hopkins, at Newport Pagnell, aged 82. 
July 1. Andrew Walsh, Esq., late of Bread-street, Cheap- 
side, aged 67. 

10. Thomas M Kiernan, Esq., late of Great Surrey- 
street, Blackfriars, aged 71. 

17. Mrs. Celia Dunn, aged 56. 

18. Mrs. Brooke, at the Mint, Exeter, aged 95. 

19. George Gary, Esq., late of Tor Abbey, aged 59. 

21. Mrs. Ann Doyle, aged 64. 

29. Mr. John Scoles, Junr., late of Brook-Green, 

Hammersmith, aged 34. 

30. John Wright, of Hawthorpe, Lincolnshire, aged 21. 



182 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITTJARIES. 

Aug. 3. Thomas, youngest Son of the late John Jones, 
Esq., student in the English College, Rome, 
in Minor Orders, at Llanarth Court, where 
he had returned, for the recovery of his 
health, in a decline, in his 21st year. 

6. Mr. Jame Cuddon, senr., late of Layham, Suffolk, 

aged 66. 

7. Stephen Taaffe, Esq. 

10. Mr. Silvester Dunn, aged 59. 

18. Mrs. Mary Frances Benfield, aged 56. 

19. Mrs. Dorothy Addis, aged 86. 

Bartholomew Barnewall, junr., Esq., late of 
Weymouth-street, aged 30. 

23. Mrs. Teresa Boyle, Wife of Mr. James Boyle, 

senr., of Carey-street, aged 59. 

24. F. J. De Fran9a, Esq., of Kensington, aged 22. 
28. Mrs. Louisa Strongitharm, late of Warwick- 
street, Cockspur-street. 

Sept. 1. Miss Dorothy Beeston, of Irnham, aged 21. 

7. Miss Sarah Catharine Davis, late of Lower Por- 
chester-street, Edgware-road, aged 25. 

15. Mrs. Mary M Carthy, Widow of the late Charles 

M Carthy, Esq., at Orrell Mount, aged 60. 
.... Mrs. Mary F elicit e Eliza de Bergue, formerly of 
Kensington, at Paris, aged 41. 

16. Mrs. Elizabeth Eve, late of Devonshire-street, 

Queen-square, aged 56. 

26. Mr. Henry Hendren, at Birmingham, aged 27. 
28. Mrs. Elizabeth Bryan, late of Jermyn-street, 

St. James s, aged 51. 
Oct. 2. Mary Isabella, Mrs. Henry Arundell. 

4. Mrs. Ann Frances Callaghan, at Kensington, 

aged 50. 
15. Mrs. Teresa Ann M Stay, aged 31. 

20. Mrs. Ellen Wilks, late of Coughton, Warwick 

shire, aged 85. 

25. Mr. David Josh. Quinn, aged 42. 

27. Hon. Edward Stourton, son of the Rt. Hon. Lord 

Stourton, at Thoulouse. [Toulouse] 
27. William Riddell, second son of Ralph Riddell, 
Esq., of Cheeseburn-grange, Northumber 
land, at Lee-house, near Preston, in the 21st 
year of his age. 

30. Mr. James Lynch, Catholic Bookseller, Duke- 
street, Liverpool, whose Widow carries on 
the business for herself and three young 
children. 
Nov. 3. Mr. Edwd. Carpue of Duke-st., Lincoln s-inn- 

fields, aged 33. 
13. John Colletch, Esq., at Brompton. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITTJARIES. 183 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1830. 
CLEBGY. 

1828. Nov. 8. Rev. William Brindle, Croston, (Valladolid) 

1829. Jan. 8. Rev. Thomas Maddox, Manchester, (Ushaw) 
Mar. 4. Rt. Rev. Dr. Collingridge, Bishop of Thespia, 

Vicar Apostolic in the Western District. 
May 1. Rev. George Witham, Durham, (Douay 

31. Rev. William O Brien, Woolhampton, (Old Hall 

Green.) 
Aug. 6. Rev. Patrick Brickley, late of the Sardinian 

Chapel, Lincoln s-inn-fields, aged 30, (Rome.) 

1828. Dec. 19. Rev. Edward Ignatius Richards, O.S.F., at 

Rome, in the 41st year of his age. 

1829. Jan. 27. Rev. John Alban Banks, O.S.B. [at Downside, 

prof. 1816] 
May 19. Rev. [Joseph] Cuthbert Wilks, O.S.B., at Douay. 

[prof, at Paris 10 Sept. 1764] 
July 21. Rev. Henry Lawson, O.S.B., suddenly at Mor- 

peth. [prof, at Douay 12 Jan. 1784] 
Aug. 13. Rev. John [sic, vere Joseph Raymund] Eldridge, 

O.S.B., at Froidmont. [prof, at Douay 21 

Oct. 1792] 
26. Rev. [Matthew] Dionysius Allerton, O.S.B. [prof. 

at Lamspring 18 Aug. 1771] 
Aug. 26 or 27. At Liverpool, Rev. Matthew Allerton, O.S.B. 

(Lambspring.) [This is the same as the pre 
vious entry] 

Sep. 5. Rev. Thomas Tosi, O.S.D., at Turin. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1828. [Feb. 12.] Sister Emily [Marguerite Emilie Cloppes], O.S.D., 

at Hartpury Court, [a French nun of Metz, 
who joined the English province, prof. 14 
Jan. 1785] 

Oct. 22. Sister Margaret Winifred Elliott, O.S.F., at Clare 
Lodge, Scorton. 

1829. Jan. 7. Sister Mary Magdalen Berry, O.S.B., at Ham 

mersmith, aged 70, rel. 38. 
Feb. 11. Sister Mary Theresa Byrn, O.S.A., at Bruges, 

aged 86, rel. 58. 

Mar. 22. Sister Ann Coghlan, O.S.C., at Coxside, Ply 
mouth, aged 64. 
Apr. 12. Sister Ann Frances Elliott, O.S.F., at Clare 

Lodge, Scorton, aged 82, rel. 62. 
13. At Orrell Mount, Wigan, Lancashire, Sister Mary 

Margaret Bourdelet, dite de Ste. Agathe, 

Lay-Sister, aged 82, rel. 62. 
May 21. Dame Mary Agnes Whelan, O.S.B., aged 43, rel. 

58. [sic, at Winchester, aged 48, rel. 19. An 

Oblate.] 



184 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITTT ARIES. 

June 28. Anna Maria Catharine, of St. John Baptist, 

Lake, aged 60, rel. 15, Lady Abbess of Sion 

House, Lisbon, [prof. 15 Aug. 1799. Abbess 

15 years] 
[1828.] July 3. Sister [Mary] Catharine King, O.S.D. [at Hartpury 

Court, prof. 4 Oct. 1826] 
[1829.] Aug. 9. At Cocken Hall, Sister Benedict Joseph of our 

Blessed Lady, alias Lambrechts, Lay-Sister, 

O.S.F., aged 69, prof. 41. 
12. Sister Ann Theresa of Mount Carmel, alias 

Vanden Broch, Lay-Sister, O.S.T., aged 75, 

prof. 47. 

ECCLSIASTIQTJES FRANCOIS. 

1828. Dec. 7. Jean Baptiste du Coudray, du Diocese du Mans, 

a Londres, age de 68 ans. 

Dec. 9. Charles Lefebure, du Diocese de Rouen, a Lon 
dres, age de 79 ans. 

1829. Jan. 14. Pierre Molie, du Diocese de Rennes, age de 74 

ans. 
,, Charles Frangois le Tellier, du Diocese de Lizieux, 

a Reading, age de 77 ans. 
Mai 11. Jean-Felix Carlu, du Diocese de Rouen, a Somers- 

town, age de 70 ans. 
Juin 3 Herbot, du Diocese de Rouen, age de 

70 ans. 
Aout 2. Pierre-Robert Vergy, du Diocese de Bayeux* a 

Mawley, age de 66 ans. 
Sept. 16. Jean-Baptiste Aubert, du Diocese de Coutances, 

a Thorndon Hall, Essex, age de 60 ans. 
Oct. 13. Guy Simon Bertrand, de St. Brieux, Pasteur a 

Louth, age de 71 ans. 

LAITT. 
1820. Oct. 26. Miss Elizabeth Brettargh, of Ince Blundell, 

Lancashire, suddenly. 

1825. Mar. 16. Mrs. Isabella Gallagher, aged 54. 

1826. June 17. Mr. Thomas Gallagher, son of the above, on his 

passage from Newfoundland, aged 32. 

1827. Dec. 28. Mr. Francis Rush, jun., of Manchester, in the 

31st year of his age. 

1828. Apr. 1. Thomas West, Esq., at Cropper s Hill. 

9. Eliza Mary Mrs. John Van Zeller, second daughter 
of W. H. Coyney, Esq., of Weston Coyney, 
Staffordshire, aged 32. 
June 1. Mrs. Anne Kaye, Liverpool. 

1. Mr. Thomas Banister, in his 64th year. 
22. John Jones, Esq. 
Sept. 5. Charles Trappes, Esq., Cape of Good Hope. 

27. Mr. Charles Flint, Port of Spain, Trinidad, aged 
22. 



185 

Oct. 18. Mrs. Elizabeth Cox, wife of Samuel Cox, Esq., of 

Weymouth-street, aged 27. 
Nov. 6. Mrs. Mary Anne Moseley. 

9. Mrs. Hannah Stevens, late of Portman-square, 

Edgware-road. 

12. Mary, the wife of Mr. Frederick Martyn, of Nor 
wich. 
12. Miss Frances Bennett, in the 22d year of her age. 

Mrs. Catharine Gilbert of Irnham, aged 82. 
14. Mrs. Ann Daniel, relict of the late M r James 
Daniel, sen., aged 58. 

24. Mrs. Elizabeth Cordery, late of King-street, 

Hammersmith, aged 63. 

25. Mr. Charles Box, at Hampstead, aged 76. 

26. Miss Mary Ann Cornelius, late of High-street, 

Gosport, in the 64th year of her age. 
Dec. 11. William Prichard, at Orleans, Esq., aged 32. 

20. Mrs. Ellen Langdale, late of Preston, Lancashire, 

aged 58. 

21. Mrs. Anastatia Byrne, at Dunloe Castle, Killar- 

ney, Ireland, aged 85. 

24. Mrs. Ann Carver, at Prescot. 

25. Mrs. Billard, late of Kensington, aged 70. 

26. Mrs. Mary Plowden, late of George- street, Port 

man-square, relict of the late William 
Plowden, Esq., M.D., aged 66. 

1829. Jan. 1. Mr. William Horton, late of Kennington, aged 49. 
3. Mrs. Margaret Cronin, late of Gloucester-street, 
Queen-square, aged 53. 

4. Pierce Walsh Porter, Esq., of Wandsworth, 

Surrey, aged 41. 

5. Mrs. Mary Thomas, late of Buckland, Berks, 

aged 69. 
,, . Mr. Ralph Wilson, sen. ; at Peterborough, in his 

98th year. 
7. James Winter, Esq., late of Lincoln s-inn-fields. 

22. Mrs. Mary Swan, late of Hampstead Heath, in 

her 90th year. 

24. Dowager Lady Tichborne. 

25. Michael James Heber, Esq., late of Spring- street, 

Portman-square, aged 91. 

29. Mrs. Matthew Pierce, late of Wai worth, aged 70. 

31. Mr. George Daquall [? Dagnall], late of Liverpool 

,, . Mrs. Anna Maria Hughes, late of Shefford, Bed 
fordshire. 

Feb. 1. Francis Joseph Archdekin, Esq., late of Charles- 
street, Manchester-square, aged 62. 

. Robert Kilbye Cox, Esq., late of Weymouth- 
street, Portland-place, in the 84th year of 
his age. 



186 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

2. Mr. Thomas Howell, at Stockheld Park, aged 49. 
7. Mrs. Mary Farquharson, late of York -place 

Portman-square. 

12. Mr. Philip Ingo, aged 84. 

13. Mrs. Frances Biddulph, relict of the late T. 

[? Charles] Biddulph, Esq., of Burton Park, 
Sussex, at Bristol. 

28. Mrs. Winifred Corcoran, aged 77. 
Mar. 2. Mrs. Elizabeth Carter, aged 85. 

3. Mrs. Sarah Davey, late of Dorchester, Oxon, 

aged 70. 

. Mrs. Mary Testar, aged 54. 
5. Mr. Robert Corney, late of Oxford-street, in his 
43d year. 

5. Mrs. B. E. Bulbeck, wife of Mr. John 

Bulbeck, Havant, aged 44. 

6. Mrs. Sarah Moore, late of Rupert-street, aged 55. 
. Miss Maria Reynolds, daughter of the late Mr. 

Francis Reynolds, formerly of Manchester. 
12. Mrs. Martha Gosden, aged 84. 
15. Sir Edward Hales, Bart., late of Hales-place, 

county of Kent, aged 72. 

18. Mr. William Charles Bowman, aged 20, at Anotta 

Bay, Jamaica, of the fever. 

20. Mrs. Mary Clara Witham, widow of the late 

Francis Witham, Esq., of Montague-street, 
Russell-square. 

21. Mrs. Helen Brown, mother of Mr. Brown, of the 

firm of Keating and Brown, aged 85. 
26. Monica Dowager Lady Lawson, late of Richmond, 
Yorkshire. 

29. Miss Frances Mary Hernon, aged 57. 
Apr. 5. Mr. Richard Cahill, aged 88. 

9. Mr. George Curson, aged 24. 
11. Mr. Robert Bill, aged 71. 
15. Hon. John Preston, aged 76. 

19. Mrs. Mary Carpue, at Knightsbridge. 

21. Mr. John Gradwell, aged 81, at Preston. 

22. Miss Mary Ann Agnes Kiernan, late of Man 

chester-street, Manchester-square. 

26. George du Moulin, son of Andrew du Moulin, 
Esq., at Stonyhurst, aged 16. 

29. Miss Julia McCarty, late of Grove-end-road, 
St. John s-wood. 

. Miss Elizabeth Heptonstall, of Tadcaster, aged 19. 
May 1. Mrs. Antonia Nassau, late of Baker-street, Port 
man-square, aged 67. 

3. Mrs. Ann Todman, aged 62. 

4. Mrs. Elizabeth Witham, relict of the late Henry 

Witham, Esq., of Gower-street, aged 68. 



187 

5. Mr. John Barber, at Macclesfield, Cheshire, in 
the 80th year of his age. 

15. Mr. Cottam Birdsall, of Richmond, Yorkshire, 

aged 86. 

29. Mrs. Hannah Balmer, aged 73. 
June 1. Cosmas Nevill, Esq., late of Holt, Leicestershire, 

aged 82. 
2. Mrs. Susanah De Sailly, aged 78. 

16. Miss Susan Wright of Corby, aged 34. 

20. Mrs. Mary Goetz, late of Milner-Place, Lambeth- 
marsh, aged 42. 
,, . James Trant, Esq. 

26. Mr. John Gilbert, of Irnham, aged 82. 
July 12. Mr. Samuel Gatty, of Corby, aged 90. 

16. Mrs. Winifred Maria Cotham, relict of Lawrence 
Cotham, Esq., of Springfield and Hardshaw 
Hall, Lancashire, at Lowe-house, whither 
she had gone to hear Mass. 

18. Mr. Thomas Adamson, at Freckleton, Fylde, 
aged 50. 

27. Miss Frances SemPayo [sic], at Peterborough- 

house, Fulham. 

29. John M Cartney, Esq., M.D., at Liverpool. 
Aug. 1. Mrs. Frances Mason, late of Foxboro , near 

Stock, Essex, aged 73. 

7. Mr. Lewis Xavier Mansse, jun., late of Lawrence- 
pountney-lane, suddenly at Paris, aged 24. 

16. Mrs. Harriet Wilson, late of George-street, Port- 

man-square, wife of Mr. Ralph Wilson, at 
the house of Rev. Price Forbridge, near 
Stafford. 

20. Mrs. Helen Lee, at Park Villa, near Blackheath. 

26. Mr. John Gosden, aged 66. 

27. Mrs. Mary Kaye, accidentally drowned at Liver 

pool, in her 60th year. 

28. Mrs. Ann Hely, late of Edgware-road, aged 47. 
Sept. 7. Mr. Edward Gem, Blackburn, aged 23. 

17. Camilla Lady Style, aged 58. 

. Mr. George Wright, of Bulby, aged 88. 

21. Mrs. Mary Beeston, of Irnham, aged 62. 

23. Mrs. Sarah Fallowfield, wife of Mr. Fallowfield, 

Druggist, Preston, aged 28. 

24. Mr. Henry Janson, native of Bergeyk, in the 

Netherlands, aged 60. 

27. Anne, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Cockshott, 

of Bracewell, near Skipton. 

28. Mrs. Ann Box, aged 60. 

30. Mrs. Ann Daniels, relict of the late Capt. Daniels, 

formerly of Norfolk-street, Grosvenor-square, 
aged 95. 



188 " LAITY S DIRECTOKY " OBITUARIES. 

Oct. 1. Mrs. Winefrede Ellison, wife of Matthew Ellison, 
Esq., agent to his Grace the Duke of Norfolk, 
at Glossop, aged 77. 

2. Anthony Angelo, Esq., late of Newman-street, 

in his 83d year. 

3. Mrs. Winifred Rymer, late of Nassau-street, 

Soho, in child-bed, aged 32. 

,, . Mrs. Bridget Hercy, late of Winkfield, Berks, 
aged 74. 

5. Mr. John Latham, son of Mr. Henry Latham, of 

Princes-square, Ratcliff-highway, aged 45. 
7. Miss Jane Hanssen, late of Berwick-street, Soho. 

11. Miss Mary Anne Poulett, aged 45. 

12. George, brother to the Rev. F. Crathorne, late of 

Garswood, aged 78. 

Nov. 1. Mr. John Wilks, London, in the 25th year of his 
age. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1831. 
CLERGY. 

1829. Sept. . Rev. Edward Barratt, Cross Brook. 
Oct. 14. Rev. Bertrand, Louth. 

25. Rev. John Bew, D.D. (Havant, Douay, and 
Paris.) [? at Havant, i.e., bracket misplaced] 
Nov. 9. Rev. George Keepe. (St. Edmunds, Old Hall 
Green.) 

1830. Feb. 6. Rev. Francis Leigh, Hathorp. (Douay.) 
May 24. Rev. William Gerard, Llanarth. (Douay.) 
Aug. 4. Rev. Michael Benson, Wigan. (Lisbon.) 
Sept. 22. Rev. John Russell, Newport. (St. Edmunds.) 
Oct. 4. Rev. Thomas Sadler, Burton, Lancashire. 

6. Rev. Richard Billington, Witten, Yorkshire. 
Oct. 3. Rev. John Morris, at Worcester. (Stony hurst.) 

[S.J., aged 61] 
Apr. 23. Rev. Thomas [Austin] Lawson, O.S.B., at Sal- 

ford. [prof, at Douay 22 Aug. 1779] 
July 1. Rev. Jasper Leadbitter, O.S.D., aged 81, rel. 

prof. 59. [born 11 May 1749, prof, at Born- 

hem, died at Hexham, buried in Abbey 

church yard] 



ECCL^SIASTIQUES 

1829. Nov. 26. M. Pierre Charles Herisson, du diocese de Rouen, 

age de 72 ans. 

1830. Jan. 18. Jean Baptiste Louis Pepin Le Tailleur, ancien 

Secretaire de Farcheveche de Roueri, mort 
a Londres, age de 65 ans. 

Mars 24. Charles Joseph Stordeur, de Fancien Diocese de 
St. Omer, mort a Londres, age de 85 ans. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY * OBITUARIES. *, 189 

Avril 29. Pierre Marin Lasne, du Diocese de Seez, Chape- 
lain de S. M. T. C., mort a Londres, age de 
71 ans. 
Mai 8. Jean Fra^ois Dalmont, du Diocese de Coutances, 

mort a Londres, age de 76 ans. 

Sept. 12. Jean Baptiste Mortuaire, mort a Stonor Park. 
15. Louis Joseph Cardon, mort a Somerstown, age 

de 70 ans. 
. S. M. Maraine, du Diocese de Rouen, mort a 

Rouen, age de 85 ans. 

27. M. L Abbe Rouelle, du Diocese de Bayeux, 
anciennement Recteur de 1 Universite de 
Caen, mort at Caen, age de 78 ans. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1829. Feb. 10. Rev. Mother Isabella Mary Austin Chalmers, at 

Micklegate Bar, York, aged 57, rel. 33, Sup. 3. 
Nov. 17. Sister Lucy Magdalen Whitechurch, O.S.B. of 
the sacred hearts of Jesus and Mary, 
at Cannington, near Bridgewater, Somerset, 
aged 29, rel. 2. 

1830. Feb. 9. Jane Tomlinson, at Plymouth. 

13. Mary [sic, vere Anne] Scholastica Caton, O.S.B., 
Lay-Sister at Salford, aged 80, rel. 56. 

Mar. 12. Sister Charlotte des Lyons, O.S.B., de Fenchin, 
dite de St. Stanislas, at Orrel Mount, Wigan, 
Lancashire, aged 41, rel. 17. 

Apr. 14. Dame Mary Christiana Chare, O.S.B., Lady 

Abbess of the Benedictine Convent, Salford. 

[aged 52, prof, at Woolton 4 June 1801] 

21. Mother Mary Gertrude Evans, O.S.F., at Clare 

House, Coxside, Plymouth, aged 73, rel. 53. 

May 24. Mother Louisa Elizabeth Victoria de Levis 
Mirepoix, O.S.B., Prioress of the Benedic 
tine, Convent at Orrel Mount, aged 64, rel. 
46. 

June 4. Mother [Martha] Agnes Robinson, [O.S.B.] Ex- 
Abbess at Salford, aged 69, rel. 51. [prof, at 
Cambrai 1781] 

July 24. Sister Mary Ursula Young, Ursuline Convent, 
Blackrock, Cork. 

Aug. 28. Sister Ann Rebecca Adams, dite de Ste. Wini- 
fride, Lay Sister at Orrel Mount, aged 55, 
rel. 31. 

Oct. 17. Sarah Ashton, Lay-Sister of the Order of the 
Immaculate Conception, at Beaulieu, near 
Valogne, Normandy, aged 78. 

LAITY. 

1828. Dec. 22. Mrs. Ann Sanderson, of Osgodby, Lincolnshire, 
aged 82. 



190 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " oBiTtr ARIES. 

29. Mrs. Giles Wilkinson, of Winkley, near Stony- 
hurst, aged 72. 

1829. Jan. 6. Mr. George Brown, late of Bethnal-green, aged 43. 
15. Miss Mary Walsh. 
. Mrs. Anne Strickland. 

Feb. 24. Mr. Hicks, Surgeon, at Havant, Hants, aged 68. 
May 21. Mary Jackson, of Wawne, aged 20. 
June 1. Mr. William Frith, of Sheffield, aged 62. 
Sept. 26. Mrs. Rebecca Williams (widow), aged 88. 
Oct. 13. Mr. Henry Stringfellow (farmer), Wingerworth, 

near Chesterfield, aged 69. 
18. Mrs. Mary Caldwell, at her residence, Croft, near 

Winwick, Lancashire, in her 75th year. 
31. John Moore, Esq., second son of George Moore, 

Esq., of Moore Hall, Ireland, aged 18. 
Nov. 3. George Henry Scheuendel, Esq., late of Franc- 
fort O.M., aged 82 years, and 6 days. 
7. Mrs. Mary Scholastica Hyde, aged 93. 
12. Mr. John Lloyd, formerly of Lincolnshire, aged 62. 
15. Miss Mary Sanger, at Fitzwalters, Essex. 
22. Sir Richard Bedingfeld, Bart., of Oxburgh, in 
the county of Norfolk, who departed this 
life suddenly at the Castle Inn, Windsor, 
aged 62. 
Dec. 3. Mrs. Mary Welch, of Lamb s Conduit-street, 

aged 37. 
9. Mrs. Ann Walton, Dowry square, Clifton. 

18. Mrs. Teresa Cahill, late of Walworth, aged 73. 
22. Edward Paston, Esq., of Appleton, Norfolk, 

aged 75. 
25. Arthur Tegart, Esq., late of Pall Mall, in his 

69th year. 

27. Miss J. Woodcock, Preston, aged 74. 
. Stephen Phillips, Esq., of the Commercial-road, 

aged 56. 

. Mrs. Hannah Barlow, aged 65. 

1830. Jan. 2. The Right Hon. Lady Lucy Stuart, aged 82. 
,, . Mrs. Helen Dines, aged 65. 

5. Mrs. Mary Venes, (late Housekeeper at the 

Sardinian house) aged 64. 

6. Mrs. Mary Cecilia Searle, aged 93. 

7. The Countess St. Martin de Front, aged 80, at 

her residence, 10 Stanhope-street, May-fair. 
15. Ellen, fourth daughter of Captain Crispin, R.N., 
of inflammation of the lungs, aged 18, at 
West Lulworth. 

19. Mrs. Elizabeth Harrison, wife of Mr. Harrison, 

of 62 Fleet-market, in her 31st year. 
22. Mr. Bartholomew Conolly, of Blandford-street, 
aged 46. 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 191 

Feb. 1. Miss Mary Barry Fitzgerald, aged 24. 

8. Mr. James Wilkinson, of Winkley, near Stony- 

hurst, aged 68. 

11. Mrs. Elizabeth Smithson, of Yarm, Yorkshire. 
17. Mrs. Mary Eleanor Kitching, wife of John 

Kitching, Esq., of South Audley-street, 

Grosvenor-square. 

,, . Eliza Senn, of Handsworth, aged 75. 
22. Mr. Edward Scott, of Golden-square, aged 71. 
26. Mrs. Frances Hanson, late of Bentinck-street, 

Manchester-square, aged 73. 

Mar. 1. Miss Teresa Mary Howse, at Somers-town, aged 13. 
. Master James Cotter, aged 17. 
6. Mrs. Frederick Keene, of Hampstead, aged 23. 

9. Mr. Toussaint Fra^ois Joseph Tresselle, aged 74. 
13. The Hon. Catherine Anne Petre, at Stapleton 

Park. 

15. Mrs. Lucy Smythe, aged 54. 
. Mrs. Elizabeth Collingridge, of Islip, Oxon, aged 61. 

20. Nicholas Power, Esq., late of Queen s-square. 

21. Mrs. Mary Cooke, of Bury St. Edmund s, aged 53. 
25. Mrs. Gertrude Brentano, wife of Anthony Maria 

Brentano, Esq., late of Francfort O.M., aged 
48. 
30. Miss Charlotte Anna Maria Grandolfi, at Taunton 

Lodge, aged 13. 

. Mrs. Elizabeth Teniswood, aged 40. 
Apr. 6. Mrs. Mary Shaw, aged 73. 

9. Mr. Thomas Crichley, Walton, aged 70. 
13. Miss Ann Maria Doyle, aged 30. 
. Mr. Jos. Christ. Gamble, at Sierra Leone, aged 22. 

20. Mrs. Ann Vose, wife of Mr. Vose, late of Serle- 

street, Lincoln s-inn-fields, in her 59th year. 
23. Mr. John Hanlon, at Soddington, aged 39. 

30. Mrs. Margaret Amelia Prichard, at Viarage- 

terrace, Stratford, in child-birth, aged 30. 
May 10. Miss Martha Cooper, of Brighton, aged 15. 

12. Miss Maria Macdonnell, eldest daughter of Eneas 

Macdonnell, Esq., in her 20th year. 
. Mr. Joseph Ho well, of Wolverhampton, aged 16. 

21. Mr. Thomas Corney, aged 41. 

. Mr. Thomas Daniel, son of the late Mr. James 

Daniel (formerly of the Strand), aged 22. 
28. Mrs. Dorothy Sulyard, aged 82. 

31. Susanna, third daughter of Captain Crispin, 

R.N., of decline, aged 22, at West Lulworth. 
June 1. Mrs. Mary Parish, late of Carlisle-street, Soho- 

square, aged 48. 

6. Mr. Edward Fordham, jun., of North Audley- 
street, aged 21. 



192 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

,, . Mrs. Mary Bradley, wife of Mr. Joseph Bradley, 

surgeon, Preston, in child-bed, aged 28. 
. Mr. George Hepstall, Tadcaster, Yorkshire, aged 69. 
12. Miss Cecilia Young, aged 22. 

18. Mr. George Hopkins, of Oxford (in consequence 

of his horse falling with him), in his 27th 

year. 

21. Miss Winifred Charnely, at Montauban, aged 25. 
25. Mr. Henry Paddison, late of Windmill-street, 

Finsbury, aged 55. 
30. Mr. John Farmer, aged 39. 
,, . Mr. J. E. Delaney, eldest son of Mr. J. Delaney, 

Rotherhithe, in his 21st year. 
July 6. Mr. Michael Meade, late of Corfu, in His Majesty s 

Ordnance, aged 36. 
27. Albert Henry Joseph Klinckenburgh, Esq., a 

native of Aix-la-Chapelle, aged 39. 
30. Mr. Richard Carver, suddenly at Prescot, aged 70. 
Aug. 1. Mrs. Mary Weld, Relict of the late Thomas Weld, 

Esq., of Lulworth Castle, in her 79th year. 

5. Mr. Robert Edwards, at Winchester, aged 74. 

6. Mr. Josfeph] Demay, of Duke-street, St. James s, 

aged 58. 

10. Edward Ferrers, Esq., Baddesley Hall, Warwick 
shire. 

19. Mrs. Mary Leek, aged 57. 

. Mrs. Elizabeth Yates, Somerstown, aged 57. 

24. Mrs. Ann Hardy, at Birmingham, aged 46. 
29. Miss Elizabeth Gibson, late of York, aged 52. 

Sept. 3. Mrs. Elizabeth Langford, Bullingham, Hereford, 

aged 78. 
6. Henry Clarkson, Esq., of Grimsargh, near Preston, 

Lancashire, aged 82. 

. Mrs. Charles Parker, late of Tavistock- street, 
Bedford-square, aged 31. 

25. Mrs. Margaret Witherington, aged 79. 
Oct. 24. Miss Mary Fitzgerald, at Kensington. 

25. Mrs. Elizabeth Fletcher, aged 72. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1832. 
CLERGY. 

1830. Dec. 25. Rev. Samuel Corbishly, Hardwick. (Lisbon.) 

1831. Jan. 22. Rev. Michael Havard, Brecon. (Old Hall) 
June 15. Rev. Thomas Price, Stafford. (Valladolid) 
July 30. Rt. Rev. Dr. Thomas Smith, Bishop of Bolina 

and Vicar Apostolic of the Northern District. 
Born at Brooms, March 21, 1763, ordained 
Priest, 1778, consecrated Bishop by the 
Rt. Rev. Dr. Poynter, on the llth of March, 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 193 

1810, at St. Edmund s College ; thus be 
coming Coadjutor to the late Dr. Gibson, 
whom he succeeded at his death, June 2, 
1821. 

Oct. 26. Rev. Richard Broderick, of Lincoln s Inn Fields 
Chapel (Doway) 

RELIGIOUS MEN. 

1831. May 12. Rev. Vpncent] A. Adamson, O.S.D., at Hartpury 
Court, aged 33, rel. 14. [born 1799, prof, at 
Hinckley 3 July 1817, buried in church yard.] 

ECCL^SIASTIQUES FRANgOIS. 

1830. Nov. . P. M. Demasures, autrefois Chapelain a Netting- 

ham, mort a Caen. 

1831. Jan. 24. Sebastian Gadeau. 

Mar. 7. Rev. Dunstan Sharrock,* (Dieulouard) at Long 

Horsley, Northumberland. 

Juin 29. Nicolas Remy Charles Jacquin t autrefois Chape- 
lain de la Chapelle de Portugal, et derniere- 
ment a la Chapelle Frangaise, age de 69 ans. 
Aout . Henry Jacques le Marquant, a Winchester. 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1830. Feb. 10. Mother Isabella Mary Austin Chalmers, of the 

Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary, at 

Micklegate Bar, York, aged 57, rel. 33, Sup. 3. 

April 7. Sister Mary Anne limes, O.S.C., at Scorton Hall, 

aged 76, rel. 53. 
June 12. Dame Mary Victoria Whitehall, O.S B., at 

Hammersmith, aged 70, rel. 47. 

Aug. 21. V. R. Dame M. B. Lynch, Abbess of the Irish 
Benedictine Dames at Ypres, aged 74, rel. 49. 
Abbess 32 years. 
LAITY. 

1830. Jan. 8. James Smithson, of Irnham, Lincolnshire, aged 59. 
10. Mrs. Frances Burningham, at Ingatestone Cottage, 

aged 73. 

Feb. 24. Mr. John Corser, of Upton Cressett. 
April 2. Mrs. Weeks, Epsom, in her 69th year. 
Aug. 31. Mary Blacklock, of Irnham, aged 23. 
Oct. 4. Mrs. Elizabeth Lee, at Ostend, aged 59. 

30. Margaret Catherine Mascall, aged 40, many years 

housekeeper of St. Chad s Chapel. 

Nov. 7. Mr. Christopher Innis, second son of C. Innis, 
Esq., of George-street. Hampstead Road, 
aged 21. 
9. Mrs. Mary Winter, late of Devonshire-street, 

Lisson-grove, aged 50. 

20. Mrs. Winifred Turner, of Chalt on- street, in her 
82nd year. 

* Misplaced 
xii M 



194 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

,, . William Sheldon, Esq., of Gray s-inn, aged 87. 

21. Frederick Joseph Keene, Esq., of Hampstead, 

in his 25th year. 

Dec. 4. Mrs. Anne Haedy, of Kentish Town, aged 72. 

14. Mrs. Maria Tolner, aged 63. 

15. Philip Darell, Esq. 

16. Charles Craggs, of Corby, aged 60. 

27. Miss Roseanne M Shane. 

28. Mrs. Mary Henry, at St. Martin s Workhouse. 
1831. Jan. 1. Catherine, relict of the late Vincent Newton, of 

Irnham, Esq., in her 80th year. 

4. Margaret, the wife of Mr. Anthony Alexander 

Bodoano, of Genoa, daughter of Mr. William 
Billinge, near Wigan, aged 21. 

8. Mrs. Elizabeth Scoles, wife of Matthew Scoles, 
Esq., of Gloucester Villa, Regent s-park, in 
her 65th year. 
11. Mrs. Mary Edwards, aged 57. 

16. Mr. John Peter Cooke, at Brighton, aged 44. 

,, . Mr. Charles Parker, of the Lint House, near 
Bromsgrove, aged 68. 

17. Francis Canning, Esq., of Foxcoate, Warwick 

shire, in his 60th year. 

18. Miss Ann Wright, of Balby, Lincolnshire, aged 47. 
Patrick Donovan, Esq., of Kircudbright, in the 

county of Cork, aged 85. 
Feb. 3. Mrs. Elizabeth Dillon, aged 66. 

7. Mr. Thomas Scoles, of East-street, Red Lion- 
square, aged 28. 

10. Mr. Ph. Fetherston, of Clarendon-square, aged 78. 

11. Mrs. Elizabeth Warroner, of Irnham, aged 28. 

26. George Dominic Hernon, Esq., of Kensington, 

aged 63. 

Mrs. Grace Bradshaw, at Nottingham. 
Mar. 1. Mrs. Elizabeth Cockshott, of Bracewell. 

3. Mr. James Dixie, Penton-street, Pentonville, 
aged 64. 

5. Mr. Joseph Ilsley, aged 65. 

6. Mrs. Elizabeth Walsh, aged 50. 

,, . Mary Theresa, wife of Major R. H. Fotheringham, 
of York-gate, Regent s Park, aged 43. 

. Mrs. Harriett Eliza Clarke, wife of Charles Clarke, 
Esq., of Clarendon- square, in her 64th year. 

17. Mrs. Henrietta Adelaide Maria Brown, aged 26. 

25. Maria, wife of Mr. Thomas Martin, Jun., of 
Osnaburgh-street, aged 28. 

27. John Devereux, Esq., of Elliot s-place, near 

Gosport, aged 75. 

April 5. Mrs. Augarde, of 51 Oxford-street, aged 56. 
13. Master Henry Keene, aged 12. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 195 

16. Mrs. Mary Deirnck, at Surry House, Kennington, 

aged 79. 

21. Miss Frances Fitzherbert Brockholes, at Glou 

cester, eldest daughter of the late William 
Fitzherbert Brockholes, Esq., of Claughton 
Hall, aged 32. 

23. Mr. Th. Smith (of the British Institution), aged 
70. 

27. W. Davey, Esq., of Bridge House, Dorchester, 

Oxon. 

29. Right Hon. Charles Lord Clifford, Baron of 

Chudleigh, at Ugbrook Park, aged 71. 
May 1. Mrs. Elizabeth Cole, aged 86. 

4. Miss Catherine Dolen, of Hill-street, Dorset- 
square, aged 17. 
7. Dowager Lady Catharine Maria Smythe, of 

Wooton[-Wawen], Warwickshire. 
15. Mr. James Danell, of 20 Seymour-place, aged 51. 
,, . Right Hon. (Mary Lucy) Lady Clifford, daughter 
of Cardinal Weld, at Rome. 

17. W. George Shuttleworth, Esq., of Hodsock, near 

Worksop, Notts, aged 64. 
19. Mrs. Lucy Magdalen Cugnoni, in her 63rd year. 

22. Mr. John Banks, aged 64. 

23. Mr. Smith, of Drax Abbey, Yorkshire, aged 76. 
June 3. Roger Anderson, Esq., of Mount Pleasant, near 

Liverpool, aged 74. 
11. Mr. Samuel Buckingham, of Southampton, aged 

58. 
13. Mr. John Eldridge, who presided more than 20 

years over the Catholic Charity Schools at 

Birmingham, aged 59. 

15. Mr. John Padbury, at Alton, Staffordshire, aged 

50. 
,, . Mr. Joseph Stringfellow, at Wardour, aged 79. 

16. Mrs. Ann Davis, aged 88. [see July 16.] 

22. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Scott, of Moore-place, 

Lambeth, aged 58. 

23. Mrs. Martha, relict of the late Anthony Angelo, 

Esq. 

25. Mr. Lawrence KnepfHe, of Osburne-street, native 

of Reichenbach, Black Forest, Suabia, aged 
56. 
July 9. Mrs. Elizabeth Fitzgerald, late of Laurence 

Pountney-lane, in her 59th year. 
16. Mrs. Ann Davis, aged 88. [see June 16.] 

26. Mr. John Walker, of Bernard-street, Brunswick- 

square, in his 76th year. 

28. Mary Lee (spinster), in her 68th year. 

30, Ann Pelethorpe, of Ropsley, Lincolnshire, aged 82, 



196 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. * 

Aug. 5. Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Loftus Banister, aged 35. 

17. Alexander Edward Raphael, eldest son of Mr. 

John Raphael, of Fitzroy-square, who is 
supposed to have perished on board the 
Rothsay Castle Steam Boat, from Liverpool 
to Beaumaris. 
20. Thomas Errington, Jun., of Glints, Esq., aged 23. 

25. Gabriel de Lys, M.D., at Birmingham, aged 49. 
28. Miss Esther Gradwell, of Preston, aged 27. 

Sept. 1. Mrs. Bridget Langdale. 

4. Mrs. Jane Kauth, of Chapel-street, Paddington, 

aged 65. 

5. Mr. Tomkins. 

9. Mrs. Eleanor Taylor, at Goddington, in her 58th 

year. 
10. Mr. James Jennings, at Somerton, in his 80th 

year. 

13. Mrs. Margaret Carr, of Preston, aged 32. 
16. Mr. Thomas Hopkins, of Newport Pagnall, aged 

41. 

26. Mrs. Mary Honoria Chichester, at Calverleigh, 

Devon, aged 66. 
Oct. 13. Mary Dunn, in her 42nd year. 

16. Thomas Stonor, Esq., of Stonor, aged 65. 

18. John Tempest, Esq., fourth son of Stephen 

Tempest, Esq., of Broughton Hall, aged 32. 



Jan. 25. Miss Helena D. Hodnett, only daughter of Mrs. 
Delany, Rotherhithe, in her 17th year. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1833. 
CLERGY. 

1827. Dec. 3. Rev. Joseph Anson, aged 75. (Doway) 

1831. Oct. 26. Rev. Richard Broderick, London. (Doway & Old 

Hall) 

1832. Jan. 3. Rev. Henry Parkinson, Great Eccleston. (Doway) 
May 4. Rev. Michael Tidyman, Haggerston. (Valladolid) 
Sept. 5. Rev. John Law, Ingatestone. (Doway and Old 

Hall) 

Oct. 24. Rev. Robert Beeston, at Estwell, Melton Mow- 
bray, aged 89. (Doway) 

Jan. 2. Rev. D. Harrison, O.S.F., at Osmotherly, York 
shire, aged 78. 

Feb. 2. Rev. Mich[ael Anselm] Lorymer, O.S.B., at 
Downside, aged 81. [prof, at Douay 13 Aug. 
1768] 

Feb. 25. Rev. J. [sic, ? William] A[lexius] Chew, O.S.B., 
at Hazlewood, Yorkshire, [prof, at Dieu- 
louard 1792] 



197 

May 31. Rev. [William] Maurus Robinson, O.S.B., at 
Lamspring. [prof. 17 May 1792] 

July . Rt. Rev. Edward Bede Slater, O.S.B., Bishop of 
Ruspa, & V.A. in the Mauritius, [prof, at 
Dieulouard 1794, died June 15] 

Oct. 16. Rev. P. Jones, O.S.F., at Aston Hall, Stafford- 
shire, aged 68. 

Nov. . Rev. William White, of St. Nicholas Chapel, 
Liverpool, aged 37. (Ushaw and Rome) 

ECCLSIASTIQUES FnAisrgois. 

1831. Oct. . M. Duclos, Chanoine d Evreux. 

Nov. 26. M. Pierre Bedel, a Thelton, age de 70 ans. 

1832. Jan. 14. M. Jean Bapt[iste] Vivien, du Diocese d Evreux, 

age de 73 ans. 
17. M. Thomas Claude de Guerry, du Diocese de 

Rennes, age de 74 ans. 
Aout 6. M. Francois Charles Goudet, du Diocese de 

Chartres, age de 70 ans. 
Sept. 11. M. Jean Vincent Longuemare, du Diocese de 

Rouen, a Paris, age de 78 ans. 
Oct. 2. M. Gabr[iel] le Chevalier, du Diocese de Rouen, 

a Bath. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1831. Nov. 29. Rev. Mother Teresa Catherine] McDonald,O.S.B., 

aged 73, Prof. 45, at Cannington. 

1832. Mar. 26. Sister Mary Louisa Austin Mawhood, O.S.A., 

at Bruges, aged 80, prof. 53. [eld. dau. of 

William Mawhood of Smithfield and Finchley] 

May 23. Sister Henrietta Mary Angela Lenniaux,*O.S. A., 

at Bruges, aged 36, rel. 12. 
June 30. Sister Mary Austin Spencer, O.S.B., aged 20, 

Prof. 2, at Salford. 
Sept. 5. Sister Mary Agnes Benedict, Lay Sister, O.S.B., 

at Hammersmith, aged 83, rel. 55. t 
5. Lay-Sister Mary Agnes Bird [vere Bend],f O.S.B., 

aged 83, Prof. 55, at Hammersmith. 
9. Sister Lucy Mary Clementina Howell, O.S.A., 

at Bruges, aged 53, rel. 36. 

19. Sister Maria Josepha Hutchison, at Bishop- 
house, Winchester, aged 44, prof. 25. 

Oct. 31. Sister Mary Lucy [Juliana] Kenny, O.S.A., aged 
38, prof. 18, at Spetisbury House. 

LAITY. 

1827. Sept. 19. Mrs. Ann Salvin. 
1831. Jan. 2. Mrs. Mary Walker, at Blackburn. 

* Mother Prioress of Bruges says there is a tradition that the father, 
Pierre Lenniaux of Tournai, was of English origin, the name being originally 
Lennox, and that he was a descendant of Oliver Cromwell. 

t The name is corrected to " Bend " in the Directory for 1834. These 
notices must be of the same lay-sister. 



198 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

2. Miss Mary Valet, r at Preston. 
Apr. 5. Mrs. Mary Singleton, of Lancaster. 

Mr. Thomas Fairclough, of Preston. 

Aug. . Mr. William John Brennan, at St. Ann s, Jamaica. 
Sept. 10. Mrs. Ann Tommins, of Kensington. 

13. Mrs. Mary Alexander, of Herongate, near Brent- 
wood, aged 77. 
Oct. 28. Mrs. Elizabeth Agnes Clements, aged 42. 

31. Miss Eliza Howell, in her 13th year, of Typhus 

Fever, at W. Hampton. 
Nov. 2. Mrs. Elizabeth Mary Kirk, aged 31. 

4. Mr. Bartholomew Shaw, sen., of St. Martin s- 
street, Leicester-square, aged 76. 

8. Sarah, relict of John Smythe, Esq., of Sheriton, 

Herts, aged 61. 

9. Mr. John Roberts, of the Strand, aged 69. 
9. Mr. Thomas Davis, aged 86. 

11. Mrs. Ann Gosford, of Stoke Priory, by Nayland, 

Suffolk, aged 62. 
15. Mr. George Booth, Legesby, Lincolnshire, in his 

81st year. 
17. Mrs. Mary Johnson, wife of Mr. Charles Johnson, 

formerly of Theobald s-road, aged 66. 
23. Mr. William Spain, sen., aged 60. 
25. Mr. Michael John Short, of Radcliff-highway. 

27. Master Alexander James Mills, at Poplar, in his 

14th year. 
Dec. 2. Mrs. Maria Mostyn, widow of Charles Mostyn, 

Esq., of Kiddington, at Leamington. 
4. Mr. John Read, at Kensington, aged 26. 

6. Thomas O Reilly, Esq., late of Bury St. Ed 

munds, at Thorndon [Thornton] Heath, 
Surrey, in his 72nd year. 

7. Mrs. Theresa Mead, daughter of Mr. Daniel 

Sherrott, in her 25th year. 
13. Mrs. Maria Lupton, Liverpool, wife of Mr. John 

Lupton, formerly of Lancaster. 
17. Mrs. Elizabeth Spencer, of Lamb s-conduit- 

street, aged 73. 
25. Mrs. Ann Collins, aged 72. 

28. Mr. Dominick Loyer, late of Museum-street, 

Bloomsbury, at Villedieu in Normandy, 
aged 70. 

29. Mr. J. Craggs, of South Skirlaugh, near Hull, 

aged 42. 
1832. Jan. 11. Mrs. Benedict Ann Murphy, of Somer s Town, 

late of Dublin, aged 28. 

19. Mr. John Boyle, of Searle- street, Lincoln s-inn. 
22. Mrs. Mary Julia Damant, aged 67. 



OBITUARIES. 199 

30. Mr. Robert Martin, of Rotherhithe, aged 42 

years. 
Feb. 2. Mr. Andrew McLean, Printer, aged 83. 

4. Mrs. Catharine Hamilton, relict of the late Capt. 

Robert Hamilton, aged 42. 
7. Mrs. Fr. McCarty, of Great Marylebone-street, 

aged 75. 

13. Mrs. Frances Gibson, formerly of Newbrough 
Lodge, Hexham, aged 64. 

28. Miss Catharine Cooper, Walton-le-dale. 

Mar. 3. Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, of Stafford house, Turn- 
ham-green, aged 76. 

7. Mrs. Ann Archdeacon, of 75, Edgware-road, 

aged 65. 

8. Mr. H. Latham, of Princes-square, aged 83. 

9. Mrs. Elizabeth Keasley, of Regent s-park, aged 

69. 

18. Miss Elizabeth Attenbrow, Stratton Audley, 

Oxon, aged 25. 

19. Mrs. Mary Higgins, aged 43. 

22. Miss Sarah Jefferson. 

23. John Clifton, Esq., Lytham Hall, Lancashire. 

24. Patrick Grehan, Esq., of Hare ourt- street, Dublin. 
30. Mrs. Elizabeth Bulbeck, widow, of Hayling 

Island, at Hambledon, aged 77. 
Apr. 5. Mrs. S. Banister. 

7. Mr. James McGovern, aged 43. 

9. Mrs. Jane Campbell, of Hammersmith, aged 81. 

13. Mr. Thomas Perry Thomas, aged 46. 

14. Lydia Machrell, of Worksop. 

16. M. Haskey, Esq., of Park-road, Regent s-park, 
aged 73. 

16. Mr. An. Hodgson, of Halnaby Hall, Co. York, 

aged 84. 
24. Mrs. Christina Bird, at the Cape of Good Hope. 

aged 47. 

May 1. Mr. James Daly, of Redcross-street, Liverpool, 
aged 47. 

8. Mrs. Eliza Kenny, of Fitzroy-street, aged 39. 

7. Mrs. Ellen Lovell, wife of B. Lovell, Esq., of 
Finsbury, aged 30. 

29. Richard Meade, Esq., (formerly of St. Patrick s 

Well, Clonmell), late of Marlborough-place, 
Old Kent-road, in 52d year. 
29. Mrs. Maria Robinson, at Chelsea, aged 82. 
June 2. Ch[arles] Butler, Esq., K.C., of Gt. Ormond- 
street, aged 82. 

17. Arthur McCann, Esq., of Parliament-street, aged 65. 
21. Mr. James Poynter, brother of the late R. R. Dr. 

Poynter, at Puckeridge, aged 67. 



200 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

25. Mrs. Catharine Haynes, aged 64. 
July 2. Frances Dowager Lady Hales. 

4. Mr. Joseph Towsey, Jun., at Dorchester, aged 49. 
9. Mr. James Leigh, Land Surveyor of Liverpool, 

formerly of Bark-hill, Wigan, at Bootle. 
17. Mrs. Ann Colliiigridge, aged 61. 
20. Mrs. Elizabeth Neale, of St. Catharine s, aged 56. 
29. C. Clithero, of Walton. 

Aug. 16. Master John Tidmarsh, youngest son of Mr. 
Tidmarsh, Beckford, Gloucestershire, age 12. 
20. Mrs. Mary Wright, at Kensington. 
20. James Andrew Towsey, of Southampton, aged 63. 
20. Mr. Robert Latham, of Walton. 
31. M. Pierre Sebastien Daniel Espivent de la Ville- 
boisnet, Chev. de St. Louis, of Artillery 
place, at Marolles les Arpajou, near Paris, 
aged 78. 
Sep. 3. Mrs. Frances O Grady, of 36 Upper Brook-street. 

7. Mrs. Sarah Leeds, aged 60. 

8. Mr. John Pilkington, Preston. 

15. Catharine Applet on, aged 29. [See 19 Sept.} 
17. Mrs. Jeanne Bonnet, of George-street, Man 
chester-square, aged 69. 

19. Mr. Maurice Healy, at Cossey, near Norwich. 
19. Miss Catharine Appleton, at Lancaster, of Cholera. 

[See 15 Sept.] 
25. Mrs. Adamson, aged 68. 

Mrs. Isabella Davies, Walton. 
Oct. 7. Henry Whiteside, Esq., aged 56. 

11. Anthony Maria Brentano, Esq., late of Francfort 

on the Maine, aged 56. 
22. Mrs. Mary Anne Wildgoose, late of Croydon, aged 

76. 
Mr. Joseph Murphy, late of Canada. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1834. 
CLERGY. 

1832. Sept. 22. Rev. James Laken, at Guernsey. (Oscott) 
Dec. 6. Rev. Thomas Dawson, at Croxton. (Doway) 

8. Rev. Charles Timmings, at Torquay, Devon. 

1833. Feb. 2. Rev. Charles Peters. (Douay) 

Mar. 15. Right Rev. Robert Gradwell, D.D., Bishop of 
Lydda, and Coadjutor of the London Dis 
trict, aged 56. (Douay and Ushaw) 

Apr. 30. Rev. William Glassbrooke, at Bolton-le-Moors. 

May 6. Rev. Gaspar Brecknell, at Yoxhall, Staffordshire, 
aged 75. 

Aug. 9. Rev. Samuel Jones, at Shrewsbury. (Oscott) 
29. Rev. George Jinks. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 201 

[The following two " Additions to the Obituary " 

are on a slip.] 
1833. June 30. Rev. James Hawley, O.S.F., at Worcester, aged 

80 years. 

July 16. Rev. Francis Joseph de Ridder, late of Trinidad, 
at Bristol, in his 34th year. (Ghent) 

ECCL^SIASTIQUES FRANgOIS. 

1833. Maii 17. T. M. Ruault, du Diocese de Rouen, age de 70 ans, 

a Londres. 
June 15. Rev. Pierre Duval, du Diocese de Rouen, age de 

69 ans, a Burton Park. 
,, . M. 1 Abbe de Boisdefure, (franQois), du Diocese 

du Mans, age de 82 ans, a Bath. 
Juil. 27. Rev. Pierre Julien Hersent, du Diocese de 

Coutances, age de 69 ans, a Overthorpe. 
Sept. 11. Rev. Plaichard Dutertre, (Charles-Claude), du 
Diocese du Mans, age de 68 ans, a Londres. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1832. Mar. 14. Sister Mary Bona venture Cross, at Scorton, 

O.S.C. 

May 2. Mary Bernard Wilkinson, of the Order of the 
Immaculate Conception, at Beaulieu, near 
Valogne, Normandy, aged 79, rel. 63. 

July 24. Rev. Mother [Anne] Mary Magdalene Barstow, 
O.S.D., at Hartpury Court, aged 63, rel. 42. 
[Prioress 1803, 1821, 1830] 

Aug. 9. Mother Mary of the Angels Charlotte Stewart, 
ex-Prioress, aged 79, prof. 60. [57, Carmelite, 
at Lanherne] 

Sept. 5. Lay-Sister Mary Agnes Bend,* O.S.B., at Ham 
mersmith, aged 83, rel. 55 [57]. 

Dec. 23. Dame Mary Aloysia Sisson, O.S.B., at Hammer 
smith, aged 40, rel. 19. 

1833. Jan. 6. Venerable Mother Mary Joseph Edwards, [O.S.F.] 

aged 82. [at Taunton Lodge] 

Mar. 4. Lay-Sister Catharine Van-Roy, O.S.D., at Hart 
pury Court, aged 79, rel. 43. [42, the last to 
take the vows at Brussels 16 Apr. 1793] 
30. Venerable Mother Clare Conyers, O.S.A. 

Apr. 25. Lay-Sister Mary Catharine Yates, aged 42, rel. 20. 

May 3. Mother Mary Joseph Bruce, of the Infant Jesus, 
aged 67, prof. 43. 

June 22. Sister Mary Collet Marsh, O.S.C., at Clare Lodge, 
aged 28, rel. 9. 

July 22. Lay-Sister Ann Collet Tomlinson, O.S.C., at Clare 
Lodge, aged 84, rel. 60. 

Sept. 30. Sister Anna Augustina Green, O.S.A., at Bruges, 
aged 85, prof. 58. 

* A correction for " Bird " in the Directory for 1833. 



202 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

JSisterMary Elizabeth Macdonald, aged 52, prof. 26. 
Sister Mary Euphrasia Collyer, at Sales House, 
Westbury, Bristol, aged 44, prof. 28. 
LAITY. 

1830. May 22. Charles Walmesley, Esq., jun., eldest son of 

Charles Walmesley, Esq., of Westwood- 
house, Lancashire, aged 25. 

1831. Feb. 20. Mrs. Johnson, relict of James Johnson, Gent., 

at Beacondale, formerly of Kirstead-hall, 
Norfolk, aged 74. 

1832. Jan. 31. Mrs. Nevill, at Northampton. 

Feb. 24. Miss Bridget Ivers, at Cavers wall, aged 17. 
Mar. 25. Mr. James Comerford. 

July 15. Mrs. Mary Ann Macnaughton, wife of John 
Macnaughton, Esq., Distiller, Leixlep, for 
merly of 68 Connaught-place, Edgware-road. 
Aug. 9. Mr. John Reeks, joiner, late of Hants, aged 42. 
Oct. 17. Henry Corby, Esq., of Whittingham-hall, at 

Norwich, aged 23. 
18. Mr. Bobat Jackson, Pontefract, Yorkshire, aged 

40. 
Nov. 14. Frances Xaveria Lady Stafford, at Brighton, 

aged 55. 
26. Charles Edward Parker, Esq., nephew of Charles 

Handford, Esq., aged 22. 
Dec. 2. Albert Garcia de Silveira, father of the Rev. J. 

Silveira, at Lisbon, aged 75. 

Dec. 7. Mr. Charles Philip Herman, aged 68 years. 
10. Miss Elizabeth Selby, aged 6 years. 
14. Mr. John Murphy, of Somers-town, aged 77. 
14. Mr. Joseph B. Tidmarsh, at Beckford, aged 52. 
14. Miss Catharine Bulbeck, late of Havant, aged 49. 

1833. Jan. 4. M. Pierre Valerie le Noir, aged 81. 

6. Mrs. Ann Gill. 

8. Mrs. Frances Grace, aged 74. 

9. Mrs. Mary Anne Lorymer, in her 74th year. 

12. Mrs. Catharine Moody, aged 65. 

13. Mr. John Southworth, at Yarm, Yorkshire, aged 51. 
18. Mary, wife of Mr. William Hodgson, of Lower 

Lambeth-terrace, aged 33. 
20. Mrs. Ann Phillips, aged 67. 
23. Miss Ann Cottrell, late of Wigan, at Oldbury 

near Thornbury, Gloucestershire, in her 23d 

year. 

28. Miss Ann, youngest daughter of the late John 

Burke, Esq. 

29. Mrs. Mary Kelly, of 34, Great Wild-street, Lin- 

coln s-inn-fields, aged 83. 

31. Alexander Wolfe Macdonell, late Lt. Col. 2d 
W.I.Reg., aged 55. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY * OBITUARIES. 203 

Feb. 3. Mary, the wife of John O Reilly, Esq., h.p. llth 

Reg., at South-End [Southeiid], Essex. 
6. Miss Julia, eldest daughter of Richard Butler, 
Esq., Connaught-square. 

11. Robert Kilbye Cox, Esq., of Wey mouth-street, 

Portland-place. 

12. Mr. Thomas King, of Irnham, Lincolnshire, 

aged 62. 

21. Teresa Elizabeth Wilks, at her residence in the 

Tything, Worcester, in her 66th year. 
23. Walter Selby, Esq., late of Biddlestone, Nor 
thumberland, in his 47th year. 

Mar. 6. Madame Donatienne Sophie Helene Lambert, at 
* Hampstead, aged 55. 

12. Mrs. Margaret Charlton, of Durham, relict of 

William Charlton, Esq., of Hesleyside, Nor 
thumberland, aged 75. 

15. William Turville, Esq., at Worcester, in his 36th 

year. 

16. Amelia, the wife of Joseph Michael, Esq., of 

Stamford, Lincolnshire, aged 49. 
18. Mr. William Pape, aged 58. 

27. Mrs. Elizabeth Montier, late of Warwick-street, 

Golden-square, in her 78th year. 

Apr. 5. Mrs. Elizabeth Gilchrist, of Seymour-street, 
Euston-square, relict of the late Octavius 
Grahan Gilchrist, Esq., of Hamford, Lincoln 
shire, aged 52. 

10. Mrs. Sarah Ann Barnes, late of Camden-town, 
aged 74. 

13. Miss Mary Phillis Norris, of Norton-street, 

Portland-place, in her 20th year. 
16. Right Hon. Juliana Barbara Lady Petre, relict 

of Robert Edward 9th Lord Petre, aged 64. 
18. .Tames Francis Clifford, Esq., fifth son of the late 

Honorable Thomas Clifford, of Tixall, aged 

59. 

18. George Parvin, Esq., late of Chertsey, in his 

87th year. 

19. Mr. Tobias Conway, of Woolwich, aged 77. 
May 12. Mr. John Brugger, native of the Black Forest, 

in Swabia, late of 79 High Holborn. 
16. Miss Catharine Agnes Tipping, Preston, aged 16 

20. Miss Ann Julia Young, 32 Gloucester-terrace, 

Cannon-street-road. 

22. Rt. Hon. Thomas Eyre, Earl of Newburgh, 

aged 43. 

28. Anne, wife of Michael Walker of the City of 

York, aged 56. 



204 " LAITY S DIEECTOEY * OBITUAEIES. 

June 3. Mr. Thomas Lyons, late of Wellclose-square, 

aged 49. 

9. Mis! Caroline Selby, aged 17. 
9. Mrs. Tipping, at Preston, aged 60. 

10. Lieut, the Hon. Robert Clifford, of the 83d Reg., 

at Limerick, aged 26. 

11. Mr. Vincent Gabrielli, of Trafalgar-street, Wai- 

worth, aged 85. 

23. Mrs. Katharine Kannen, widow of the late Dr. 
Matthew Kannen, aged 70. 

29. Charles Walmesley, Esq., Westwood-house, Lan 
cashire, aged 52. 
July 1. Mrs. Sarah Swarbreck, late of Liverpool. 

3. Mrs. Frances Moss, at Havre. 

5. Mr. Daniel Sherrott, late of Ratcliff-highway, in 
his 70th year. 

18. Mrs. Mary Anne Magee, aged 50. 

20. Mr. James Weeks, at Salisbury. 

22. Anthony Montonnier Hawkins, M.D., at his 
house in Upper Brook-street, aged 63. 

28. Mrs. Elizabeth Targett, late of Bridzor, aged 84. 
No date. Mrs. Mary Tyrrell, mothe r of the Rev. Thomas 
Tyrrell, of Tynryland, Co. Carlo w ; of the 
Rev. Martin Tyrrell, of Munstereven ; and 
of Mr. John Tyrrell, of No. 2 Greek-street, 
Soho-square of Tynryland, aged 72. 

Aug. 3. Miss Christina Kopke, eldest daughter of C. N. 
Kopke, Esq., of Oporto, at Linden House, 
Turnham Green, in her 16th year. 

4. Mr. Richard Neale, late of St. Katharine s, at 

Dublin, aged 66. 

7. Richard Rawe, Esq., of Wincanton, aged 91 ; 
who has bequeathed 1000 to the Society for 
relief of the Aged Poor ; 600 to the Asso 
ciated Charities ; 500 to St. Patrick s 
Charity Schools and Asylum for Female 
Orphans ; and 200 to St. Aloysius Charity 
Schools. 

9. Mr. William Ginivan of Oxford-street, was 
killed by accident, in his 33d year. 

9. George Armstrong, Esq., late of Harnpstead, 
aged 68. 

9. Mr. John Austen Ring, 68 North-street, Portsea, 
Hants. 

12. Miss Elizabeth Scoles, late of Brook Green, aged 38. 
16. Edward Clavering, Esq., of Callaly Castle, 

Northumberland, aged 56. 

16. Mrs. Margaret Smith, of Brooms, Durham. 
20. Messire [sic] Augustin Charles Pascal Lambert, 

Conseiller d Etat Honoraire, in his 72d year. 



205 

22. Mr. John Jackson, of Warne [Waghen or Wawn], 

in Holderness, aged 64. 

29. Mrs. Mary Cahill, daughter of Mr. William Leek, 

in her 33d year. 

30. Mrs. Elizabeth Wilmot, aged 74. 

30. Mrs. Sarah Blanquet, of Lamb s Conduit-street, 

aged 49. 
Sept. 1. Madame Nainville, Acton, Middlesex, aged 48. 

6. Miss S. Hunter, eldest daughter of Colonel 

Hunter, Consul for the United States, at 

Cowes, Isle of Wight, aged 21 years. 
10. Miss Elizabeth Restieaux, aged 52. 
14. Mr. John Lee, of Princes -street, Manchester, 

aged 33. 

14. Mr. John Lee, of Manchester, aged 31. 
17. Mr. James Morris, of Chatham-street, Somers- 

town, aged 53. 

23. Mrs. Christina Mary Banaii, aged 78. 
Oct. 2. Captain Vincent Newton, R.N., aged 53. 

7. John Giffard, Esq., late of the County of Stafford, 

at Coughton-court, Warwickshire, aged 58. 
10. Mrs. Elizabeth Cox, aged 61. 
14. William Green, Esq., Unity-street, Bristol. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1835. 
CLERGY. 

1833. Nov. 23. Rev. John Brown, at Jersey. 

1834. Apr. 19. Rev. Emanuel Dias Santos, of Pilgrim s Hatch 

at Margate. 
25. Rev. George Halsey, of Easebourne, aged 81 

(Rome) 
July 6. Rev. Charles le Clerc, Vice-President of Lisbon 

College, [aged 34] 

Aug. 22. Rev. James Archer, D.D. (Douay) 
Feb. 25. Rev. Sir Harry Trelawney, Bart., of Trelawney, 

Cornwall, at Laveno, in Italy. 

1833. Rev. William Tuite, O.S.D., lately of Kentucky, 

North America, [born 1766, prof, at Bornhem 
26 March 1790, went to U.S.A. in 1805 
June 30. Rev. James Hawley, O.S.F., at Worcester, 
aged 80. 

1834. Mar. 3. Rev. William Ibbotson, S.J., at Stonyhurst, 

aged 34. [? died March 4] * 
14. Rev. Nicholas Sewall, S.J., at Worcester, aged 

89. [? 90] 
17. Rev. Brother [Joseph] Maurus Graf ton, at 

Douay. [prof. 20 Oct. 1833] 

* It will be noted that the Jesuits ara this year indicated by the initials 
of the Society of Jesus. 



206 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

May 14. Rev. [Edward] Benedict Glover, O.S.B., at 

Liverpool, [prof, at Ampleforth 1804] 
Aug. 21. Rev. Marmaduke Stone, S.J., at Low House, 

near St. Helen s, aged 86, of his priesthood 

60. [St. Helens] 
Sept. 4. Rev. James Philip Pains, S.J., at Low House, 

[St. Helens] aged 67. 
[19.] Rev. J[ohn] Laurenson, S.J., at Bury St. Ed- 

mond s, aged 74. [? 75] 
Oct. 13. Rev. John Haggarty, S.J., at Wigan, aged 39. 



ECCL^SIASTIQUES 

1834. Rev. Pierre Hardi. 

Mars 24. Rev. M. Louis Pierre Jauffrain, du diocese de 

St. Brieu, age de 72 ans. 
Aout . Rev. Pierre Francois Salomon Hebert, du diocese 

de Bayeux, age de 68 ans. 
May 13. Rev. Abbe Frangois 1 Anglois, diocese de Cou- 

tances, a Stape-hill, aged 72. 
Sep. 26. Rev. N. Letellier, du diocese de Bayeux, age de 

79 ans. 

Rev. Francis Joseph de Ridder, late of Trinidad, 
at Bristol, in his 34th year. (Ghent) 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1833. Jan. 19. Dame Mary Joseph Mullineux, O.S.B., rel. 53, 

aged 81, at Caverswall Castle. 

Nov. 12. Lay-Sister [Elizabeth] Mary Monica Crookhall 
[Crookall], O.S.B., at Salford, aged 56, 
prof. 35. 

1834. Jan. 1. Sister Ellena Maria Magdalena Jackson, O.S.A., 

aged 41, prof. 14, at Bruges. 

[Feb.] 24. Venerable Sister Anne Teresa Ainsworth, O.S.F., 
Lay-Sister, aged 87, rel. 67, at Taunton 
Lodge. 

Feb. 25. Lucy Magdalene, eldest daughter of Henry Best, 

Esq., of Lincolnshire, postulant, at Salford. 

Mar. 8. Sister Maria Margarita Buckley, con versa, O.S.B., 

at Bishop House, aged 27, prof. 5. 
17. Venerable Sister Elizabeth Lucy Gore, O.S.F., 
Lay-Sister, aged 78, rel. 56, at Taunton 
Lodge. 
23. Dame Mary Gertrude Howe, O.S.B., rel. 30, 

aged 51, at Caverswall Castle. 

May 26. Dame Mary Aloysia Blair, O.S.B., at Ypres, 
aged 76. prof. 47. 
LAITY. 

1830. July 3. Mrs. Mary Lambert, at Wardour, aged 58. 

1831. Mar. 9. Mrs. Mary Jane Sharp, aged 49. 

Nov. 6. Mr. William Powell, of Birmingham, aged 63. 

1832. June 1. Mr. C. F. Roberts, of Wardour, aged 24 years. 



207 

9. Miss Arabella Petre Carpenter, at Truro, Corn 
wall. 

Oct. 11. Anthony Maria Brentans,* Esq., late of Frank 
fort on the Maine, aged 56. 
1833. Jan. 4. Mrs. Jane Harvey, aged 68. 

11. Mrs. Mary Ann Maude, aged 38. 

Mar. 3. Mr. George Draycott, Port man-square, aged 31. 
Apr. 27. Mrs. Margaret Newman, aged 64. 
June 20. Mr. James Douglas, late of Bedford-street, 

Bedford-square, aged 76. 

Sept. 23. Mrs. Christina Mary Banan, aged 78. 
Oct. 14. Mr. Samuel Powell, at Birmingham, aged 32. 

21. Mr. Thomas Frederick Todd, of Berners-street, 

aged 18. 

31. Mr. John Weir, aged 79. 
Nov. 10. Mr. Robert Molyneux, sen., aged 69. 
Nov. 13. Lelia, relict of the late John Needham, Esq., of 
Bickham, Co. Somerset, at her residence, 
Orrell Mount Cottage, near Wigan, Lanca 
shire. 
17. Mr. Simon Peter Byrne, aged 62. 

20. Mrs. Anne Beck, aged 57. 

,, . Edward Whiteside, Esq., of Hampstead, aged 53. 

21. Mrs. Elizabeth Stanley, widow, Trentham, aged 

79. 

22. Madame Veronica Cianchettini, aged 55. 

,, . Master John Raphael, late of Fitzroy-square, 
aged 17 years 5 months. 

24. Mr. George Dawson, aged 26. 

29. Don Domingos de Souza Coutinho, First Count 
and First Marquis of Funchel, Ambassador 
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary from 
H.M.F. Majesty at the Court of Rome, and 
on a Special Mission at the Court of London. 
Dec. 2. Mrs. Catharine Brooks, late of Warwick-street, 

aged 80. 
4. Mrs. Margaret Graham, aged 60. 

7. Mrs. Elizabeth Blake, of Morpeth, aged 78. 

8. Mr. R Winstanley, at Wigan, Lancashire, 

aged 60. 
13. Mrs. Susannah Sarah Kenny, of Somerstown, 

aged 75. 
15. Lieutenant John Robertson, 70th Regiment 

Native Infantry, Bengal, aged 29. 
19. Mary, wife of Mr. James Carter, at Bulk, near 

Lancaster, aged 62. 

24. Mr. Francis Cianchettini, aged 66. 
29. Mrs. Elizabeth Stringfellow, late of Chalton- 

street, Somers-town, aged 77. 
* Evidently a correction for the entry in the Directory of 1833. 



208 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

1834. Jan. 5. Richard Couche, Esq., at Liskeard, aged 82. 

9. Sir Henry Lawson, Bart., at Brough Hall, 

Yorkshire. 
31. Mr. Joseph Meyer, late of Margaret-street, 

Cavendish-square, aged 28. 
Feb. 1. Mr. Thomas Dodd, aged 70. 

12. Mr. John Greenbury, of Irnham, aged 32. 

16. Mrs. Mary Ann Duran, of Mount-row, Berkeley- 

square, daughter of Mr. Bateman, of Brails- 
ford, Derbyshire. 

,, . Mr. Thomas Martin, sen., of Osnaburg-street, 
aged 65. 

,, . Mr. Joseph McCann, aged 31. 

,, . Mr. Thomas Melrose, of London, son in law to 
John McNa lighten, Esq., Leixlip, Ireland. 

18. Mr. James Eccles, at his Academy, Appleton, 
near Warrington, formerly teacher at Cars- 
halton, afterwards nine years at Ushaw 
College, aged 46. 

25. Mrs. Henrietta McClum, of Liverpool, aged 50. 
Mar. 4. Mr. Francis John McCoy, at Poplar, aged 38. 

8. Mrs. Mary Cater, of Hampstead, aged 49. 

14. Miss Ann Bowdon, of Radford, Oxon, aged 57. 

17. Melle. Marie Anne Mauduit, aged 75. 
31. Melle. Anne Quatsault, aged 65. 

21. Jane Ellen Broderick, daughter of the late 
Captain McNulty, at Montague Cottage, 
Kingsdown, Bristol. 
Apr. 2. Mrs. Jane Stacheski, aged 61. 

,, . Miss Mary Goodwin Cater, of Hampstead, aged 

20. 

5. Miss Elizabeth Chamberlain, third daughter of 
Mr. Chamberlain, Church street, Liverpool. 

21. Mr. Michael Ingo, of Nottingham, brother to 

Mr. Joseph Ingo, of Walworth, who was 
killed by accident on his way to London, 
aged 75. 

27. Miss Mary Shee, of Russell-place, Fitzroy-square. 

,, . Miss Catherine Whiteside, aged 24. 
May 3. Mrs. Mary Cook, of Irnham, Lincolnshire, aged 76. 

9. Jane, wife of Mr. Broderick, of Montague Cottage. 

[Vide 21 March] 
11. Mrs. Eliza Kay, late of Up[per] King-street, 

Holborn, aged 64. 

17. Nicholas Selby, Esq., of Acton, aged 80. 
20. Mrs. Helen Sharrock, at Spetisbury, aged 80. 

22. Mrs. Mary Skiffen, late of Thelverton [Thelveton 

or Thelton], Norfolk. 
24. Mr. George Crosby. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 209 

31. John S. Comyn, Esq., late of Galway, Ireland, 

aged 23. 

June 3. Miss Margaret Nangle Conden, of Dorset-place, 
in her 16th year. 

11. Lt. Col. Charles Stonor, late of Gt. Ormond- 

street, aged 52. 
,, . Mr. Matthew Forster Kentstone, aged 55 years. 

12. Miss Sarah Kelly, daughter of John Kelly, Esq., 

of Hampstead, aged 31. 
21. The Rt. Hon. James Everard Lord Arundell, 

Baron Arundell of Wardour and Count of 

the Sacred Roman Empire, at Rome, aged 

54. 
24. Master James Aloysius Pole, late of the Polygon, 

Somers Town, aged 19. 

29. Mrs. Mary Green, late of Earl s court, aged 80. 
July 9. Mrs. Mary Wheble, wife of James Wheble, Esq., 

Woodley-lodge, aged 46. 
,, . Mr. John Brennan, late of Grange-road, Ber- 

mondsey, aged 74. 

10. Mr. Henry Lambert, at Salisbury, aged 35. 

11. Nathaniel Tidmarsh, Esq., Belmont, Manchester. 

15. Miss Anne Catharine Burke, daughter of John 

Burke, Esq., of Michael s-grove, Brompton, 
aged 16. 

16. Mr. Patrick Corvan, late of Buckeridge-street, 

Bloomsbury, aged 59. 

20. Mrs. Martha Richardson, late of Warwick- 
street, Golden-square. 

23. Alexander Andrade, Esq., Portuguese Consul- 
General for Prussia, second son of the late 
Joachin Andrade, Esq., of Greenwich, Portu 
guese Consul-General in this Kingdom, at 
Lisbon, aged 39. 

Aug. 8. Miss Mary Raphael, late of Fitzroy-square, aged 
21. 

17. Mr. Samuel Damant, aged 36. 

,, . Mrs. Winifred Witham, late of Cliff, Yorkshire, 
aged 87, at Worcester. 

18. Martha Lane. 

28. Mrs. Eleanor Bilgrain. 

31. Mrs. Catherine Stonor, (widow of Thomas Stonor, 

Esq.) at Stonor, Oxon, aged 71. 

Sep. 4. Miss Agnes Cooper, of Brighton, aged 17 years. 
7. Mr. John Furniss, at Belle View, near Sheffield, 
aged 60. 

" Maria Francisca Asis Regalia ex progenie Braganza et Borbon, 

Joannis VI. Lusitanise Fidelissimi filia Regis, 
Caroli V. Hispaniarum quoque Regis Conjux amantissima, 
Ste. Francisci a Sales Monialum fundatrix Regalis Monasterii 



210 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

Civitatis Oriolensis Pia et Religiosa, 
Pridie Nonas Septembris anni millessimi Octogenteasirai 

trigessimi quarti, 

^Etatis sua inccepto trigessimo quinto 
Alverstokii parvo Magnae Brittanniae oppido 
Obdormivit in Domino. 
R.I.P. 

10. Mr. Henry Winkfield, of Birmingham, aged 43. 

13. Ellen Martin, at Hull, aged 68. 

14. Mr. John Gramshaw, aged 49 years. 

14. Charles Stanley, Esq., youngest son of Sir Thomas 
Stanley Massey Stanley, Bart., Hooton 
Hall, Cheshire, at Athens, aged 22. 

24. Mr. John Varley, late of Fitzroy-place, Kentish- 
town, aged 55. 

29. Mr. Paul Guichard, aged 57. 
Oct. 2. Mr. Henry Draycott, Miller-street, Manchester, 

aged 37. 

5. Mr. John Story, Ushaw, aged 50. 
8. Mr. Joseph Anthony Wolpert, late of Great 
Trinity-lane, London ; at Mayence, in Ger 
many, aged 38. 

14. John Stanton, Esq., aged 73. 

19. Mrs. Francis Reddy, of Buckland, near Farring- 
don, Berks. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1836. 
CLERGY. 

1834. Nov. 15. Rev. Edward Eyre (Do way) 

1835. Feb. 25. Rev. Thomas Dobson, of Virginia-street Chapel, 

aged 54 (Old Hall) 

Mar. 20. Rev. Thomas Hawarden. (Ushaw and Rome) 
Apr. 2. Rev. James Butterfield, at Swansea. (Rome) 
May 28. Rev. Clement Fisher, on his voyage with Bishop 

Folding to Australia, aged 26. (Ushaw & 

Rome) 

July 23. Rev. William Hull. (Doway) 
Aug. 18. Rev. James Fisher. (Ushaw and Rome) 
Dec. 4. Rev. Thomas Fisher, at Sheffield, aged 28. 

(Ushaw) 
Oct. 6. Rev. Patrick Portal. 

RELIGIOUS MEN. 

1834. Dec. 20. Rev. Jos. Coupe, S.J., at Gillmoss, aged 45. [42] 

1835. Apr. 15. Rev. Henry Wright, S.J., at Worcester, aged 36. 
Oct. 14. Rev. Thomas [Francis] Fairclough, O.S.B., at 

Liverpool, [prof, at Ampleforth 1817] 

ECCLSIASTIQUES FRANgois. 
1835. Jan. 7. M. Romain Dessaux, du diocese d Evreux, age 

de 78 ans. 

17. M. Rene Duval, a Paris, diocese de Seez, age de 
87 ans. 



"LAITY S DIRECTORY" OBITUARIES. 211 

25. M. Pierre L huillier, age de 75 ans. 
Aout M. N. Mugot, du diocese de Paris, a Paris, age 

de 54 ans. 
Sept. 18. M. Frangois-Marie du Coudray, a Jersey, age 

de 69 ans. 
Juil. M. Adrien Gremaire. 

M. Gabriel Yver, du diocese de Bayeux. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1834. Oct. 24. Mother Josephina Summers, O.S.C., at Grave- 

lines, aged 53, rel. 24. 

Nov. 9. Lay-Sister Mary Catherine Whiting, of the B. 
Sacrament, O.S.T., at Carmel House, Dar 
lington. 

1835. Mar. 5. Sister Ann M. Xavier McCarthy, of the Institute 

of the B.V.M. in Loretto House, near Dublin, 

aged 40, rel. 10. 
17. Lay-Sister Teresa Hailes, O.S.A., at the English 

Convent, Paris, aged 76, rel. 57. 
June 7. Lay-Sister Margaret Magdalen Magguire [Mag- 

uire], O.S.A., at the English Convent, Bruges, 

aged 58, rel. 31. 
8. Lay-Sister Elizabeth Lucy Sergeant, O.S.A., at 

the English Convent, Bruges, aged 82, 

rel. 52. 

11. Mother Lucy Crump, O.S.C., aged 46, rel. 24. 
July 3. Dame Anne Rosalie de Giblot, dite de St. Rade- 

gonde, O.S.B., at Orrell Mount, aged 70, 

rel. 49. 
Sept. 17. Lay-Sister Frances Thecla Pringiers, O.S.A., at 

the English Convent, Bruges, aged 41, rel. 31. 

27. Mother Mary Joseph Jenkinson, Abbess of the 

Monastery of Sion House, at Lisbon, aged 51, 
rel. 18. [prof. 3 Nov. 1817, Prioress 3 years, 
Abbess 7] 

13. Sister Mary Clare Dobson, O.S.C., at Scorton, 
aged 42, rel. 21. 
LAITY. 

1833. Nov. 19. Capt. Thomas Dwyer, only son of the late Capt. 

Dwyer of Hull, at Riga. 

1834. Feb. 18. Mr. Edward Swarsbrick, Nateby House, Gars- 

tang. 
Apr. 15. Mr. Charles Robinson,* formerly of Pockington, 

surgeon, and late of Hedon, Yorkshire, 

aged 88. 
June 3. Miss Catherine Mary Connell, of High-street, 

Mary-le-bone, aged 63. 
July 12. Mr. Henry Sherrington, at Preston, aged 63. 

28. Mr. Matthew Ellison, at Glossop Hall, Derbyshire. 

See C.R.S. vii., 266 note. 



212 

Aug. 9. Mr. John Crookall, Preston. 

12. Mrs. Elizabeth Stevenson, Preston, aged 68. 

,, . Mrs. Mary Heptonstall, Blackburn, in child-bed, 

aged 30. 

Oct. 15. Mr. Richard Heyes, at Croston, aged 29. 
Nov. 1. Mrs. Ord, at Knottingley, Yorkshire, aged 70. 
,, . Mrs. Mary Stevenson, at Preston, aged 68. 
2. Miss Clara Willson, sister of the late Rev. W. 

Willson, at Lincoln. 
10. Mrs. Margaret O Reilly, aged 60. 
19. Charles Fitzherbert, Esq., of Swynnerton-park, 

at Paris. 
,, . Mr. John Brown, Samlesbury, aged 68. 

26. Mr. Thomas Haskey, late of Chelsea, aged 71. 

27. Mrs. Ackers, at Claughton, aged 51. 

29. Thomas Caldwell, Esq., late of Clapham-road- 

place, aged 75. 

Dec. 1. Mrs. Alice Berthenelle, of Kensington, aged 81. 
9. Mrs. Ann Barr, at Sutton-place, late of Win 
chester, aged 91. 

13. Mrs. Ann Ingo, relict of Mr. Michael Ingo, of 

Nottingham, aged 71. 

14. Catherine, relict of Thomas Cockshot, Esq., of 

Bracewell in Yorkshire, aged 94. 

1835. Jan. 5. Miss Catherine Mason, of Foxboro, aged 24. 
8. Mr. Joseph Kaye, of Liverpool, aged 75. 
8. William Kerril Amherst, Esq., at Kenilworth, 

aged 43. 

10. Mr. Whittle, Mount Vernon, Liverpool. 
19. Mr. J. Doolan, surgeon, at Hinton Bluitt, near 
Old Down, Somerset, aged 72. 

22. Antoinette, relict of Alex. Scott, Esq. 

23. Mrs. Mary Hyde, of East Smithfield, aged 50. 
27. Mrs. Anna Sophia Lewis, at Weston, Hereford 
shire. 

30. The Right Honorable Frances Countess of 

Fingall, at Leamington Priors, Warwickshire, 
Feb. 7. Miss Mary Deday. 

33. Miss Monica Vose, aged 24. 

19. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Standbrook, in her 69th 
year. 

10. Anne Petronilla Megraw, wife of Nicholas Meg- 
raw, Esq., Abercromby-square, Liverpool. 

22. Alexander Maxwell Robertson, Esq., aged 39. 

24. Mrs. Mary Teresa Wright, of Kelvedon-hall, 

Essex, at the Friarage, Yarm, Yorkshire. 
27. Mr. Samuel Withnall, aged 28. 
Mar. 6. Mrs. Maxwell of Kirkconnel. 

7. Miss Concha Mousley, daughter of John Mousley, 
Esq., of Montague-square, and of Port 



213 

St. Mary s in Spain, at Alders, near Tarn- 
worth, aged 19. 

8. Mr. Alfred Contencin, aged 23. 

13. Miss Mary Neale, at Bishop s House, Winchester, 

in the 13th year of her age. 
,, . Miss Sarah Turnerelli. 

16. Mr. Joseph Ingo, of Dean s-row, Wai worth, 

aged 82. 

18. Mrs. Teresa Schwab, of Schwaerzenbach in the 

Grand Dutchy of Baden, aged 70. 
20. Mrs. Mary Legg, aged 49. 

24. Mrs. Margaretta Maria Alexander Boyle, aged 22. 

25. Mr. George Singleton, at Broughton, aged 81. 

26. Mr. William Couche, at Fowey, aged 26. 
Apr. 4. Miss Catherine Bonney, aged 19. 

9. Mrs. Ann Boast, at Manchester, aged 50. 

10. Mrs. Mary Quinlan, at Ballyhooly, co. Cork, 
aged 86. 

17. Mrs. Mary Collingridge, aged 65. 

May 2. Elizabeth, wife of James Scoles, Esq., of Tor- 

rington-place, late of Long-acre, aged 60. 
9. Mr. Robert Young, late of Bush-lane, Thames- 
street, of a malignant fever, aged 40. 
13. Mrs. Frances Blanch Young, wife of the above,* 
aged 31. 

* A footnote reads, " By the death of Mr. and Mrs. Young, a boy aged 11. 
and a girl aged 6 years, and an infant only 22 months old, have been left 
destitute Orphans. Subscriptions for their relief are received by Rev. J. 
Rolfe, Moorfields Chapel ; Mr. Manse, 2 Lawrence Pountney-lane ; Mr. 
Lawler, 9 Old Broad-street, City ; and by Messrs. Wright & Co., Bankers, 
Henrietta-street, Covent-garden." 

10. Mrs. Mary Collingridge, at Bath, aged 74. 

26. Mr. Math. Frost of Hassop, Bakewell, Derbyshire, 

aged 80. 

29. Mrs. Mary Wood, aged 83. 

31. Mrs. William Last, jun., aged 34 years 4 months. 
June 6. Mrs. Mary Ann Carpue, aged 39. 

11. Mr. Alban Joseph Rush, Pendleton, near Man 

chester, aged 26. 

,, . Mr. Seth Clarkson, late of Biggleswade, Bedford 
shire, aged 44. 

17. William Lonergan, Esq., of Cadiz. 

19. Elizabeth Jane, wife of Mr. A. J. McKeane of 

Great Marlborough-street, aged 55. 
23. Mr. William Connell, of High-street, Marylebone, 
aged 51. 

27. Marechal Joachim D Oliveira, at Paris. 

28. Mr. William Walker, eldest son of Mr. Michael 

Walker of York. 



214 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

30. Thomas Kitching, Esq., of South Audley-street, 

Grosvenor-square, at Bucklands, aged 85. 
July 7. Mrs. Mary Ann Swift, of 31 Aldgate High-street, 

aged 22. 
13. Maryanna Baroness de Montesquieu, aged 90. 

16. John Blanchard, Esq., at Conick in Ramarania, 

Asia Minor, eldest son of Blanchard, 

Esq., of Grimsargh House, co. Lancaster, 
aged 28. 

20. Mr. Thomas Butler, of Bermondsey, aged 31. 

28. Mrs. Mary Ilsley, of Brook-street, New-road, 

aged 67. 

29. Mrs. Ann Redfern, aged 44. 

30. Mrs. Catherine de Velasco, aged 84. 

31. Mr. John Jetson, of Alphington, near Exeter. 
Aug. 2. John Biddulph, Esq., at Burton Park, aged 85. 

6. Mrs. Elizabeth Tucker, aged 53. 

7. Mrs. Anna Maria Sherrott, of Stratford, Essex, 

daughter of the late D. Sherrott, Esq., of 
Ratcliff-highway, aged 23. 
25. Mrs. Cleophe * Nyren, of Bromley, Bow, in her 

63d year. 

Sept. 1. Mr. John Cahill, late of Acton, aged 59. 
13. Mrs. Eastwood, at Preston, aged 77. 
23. Mrs. Ann Westby, aged 77. 

Oct. 3. Mr. Edward Carty, late of New-street, Bishops- 
gate-street. 

8. Mrs. Emily Day, wife of Charles Day, Esq., of 

Cowes in the Isle of Wight. 

13. Mrs. Elizabeth Woodacre, of Walton-le-Dale, 
aged 63. 

17. Mrs. Ann Henshaw. 

18. Mr. James Scoles, late of Long-acre, aged 66. 

22. Mr. Thomas Wareing, at Preston. 

23. Margaret Hannah, wife of Joachim Andrade, 

Esq., of Liverpool, aged 35. 

Nov. 3. Theobald Rowland Garvey Bourke, Esq., aged 50. 
Mrs. Phipps, in Pulteney-street, Bath, suddenly. 
Mr. James Howorth, at Bunn, near Wigan. 
Mrs. Anne Mackarel, at Bootall [Bootle], near 
Liverpool. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1837. 
CLERGY. 

1835. Dec. 5. Rev. Joseph Kimbell. 

10. Rev. Joseph Fox. 

1836. Jan. 28. Rt. Rev. Dr. Thomas Penswick, Bishop of 

Europum, and Vicar Apostolic in the Nor 
thern District. 

* A correspondent says she was Cleopha Copp, of German origin, and 
wife of John Nyren the cricketer. See p. 225. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 215 

Apr. 16. Rev. Thomas Hodgson. 
May 8. Rev. Thomas Keilly. 

13. Rev. Richard Hubbard. 
July 11. Rt. Rev. Dr. Bramston, Bishop of Usula, and 

Vicar Apostolic in the London District. 
,, . Rev. William Coghlan. 

1836. Feb. 19. Mr. Charles Ignatius Barge, aoolyth ; a student 
in theology at St. Edmund s College, Herts, 
in the 22d year of his age. 

1835. Dec. 3. Rev. John Tristram, at Spink-hill, aged 67. [J. 

Cross or Tristram, S.J.] 

1836. Oct. 4. Rev. Edward Pugh, at Pontefract. [S.J., aged 60] 

RELIGIOUS MEN. 

1836. May 20. Rev. Edward Scott, S.J., at Stonyhurst, aged 60. 
Sept. 3. Rev. Richard Parker, S.J., President of Stony- 
hurst College, at Chorley, aged 44. 

ECCLSIASTIQUES FRANQOIS. 

1835. Nov. 13. M. Joseph Rocquet, du diocese de Dol, age de 

76 ans. 

1836. Sept. 12. M. Jean Navet, du diocese de Bayeux, a Guern 

sey, age de 80 ans. 

Oct. 5. M. Jules Laurent Chevalier, du diocese de Seez. 
age de 81 ans. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1835. Nov. 21. Lay-Sister Mary Elizabeth Draycott, O.S.B., 

rel. 5, at Bishop s-house, Winton. [aged 34]. 
23. Dame Mary Mechtilda Longe Everrard, O.S.B., 

at Ypres, aged 74, prof. 49. 

Dec. 29. Sister Catherine Corballis, of the Institute of 
the B.V.Mary, at Loretto-house, near Dublin, 
aged 37, rel. 14. 

1836. Jan. 21. Sister Teresa Austin Beeston, O.S.F., at Taunton- 

lodge, aged 39, rel. 18. 
Mar. 4. Dame Mary Augustine Eccles, aged 47, rel. 21. 

[at Caverswall Castle] 
17. Sister Mary Joseph Knight, O.S.F., at Taunton- 

lodge, age 60, rel. 41. [died Mar. 19] 
Apr. 3. Sister Clare Teresa Lane, O.S.C., at Scorton, 

aged 75, rel. 55. 

Lately. Venerable Mother Theresa Ann Augustine Bees- 
ton, O.S.A., at the English Convent, Paris, 
aged 92, rel. 64. 
LAITY. 

1834. Nov. 20. Master Jasper Barlow, aged 10. 
Dec. 12. Mrs. Eliza Davis, aged 38. 

1835. Jan. 11. Ann Pendrill, Salter s-hall, Newport, Salop, 

aged 66. 

Mar. 14. Mr. Patrick N orris, of Liverpool, aged 69. 
Apr. 21. Mr. James Martin, at Henley in Arden, aged 80. 



216 



OBITUARIES. 



May 27. Helen Shee, wife of Thomas Barnaby Murphy, 

Esq., of Waterford, at Boulogne-Sur-Mer. 
Aug. 12. Mrs. Ann Pilling, at Walton, aged 50. 

18. Mr. Matthew Grey, of Manchester, aged 37. 
Nov. 2. Mr. Thomas Tipping, of Preston, aged 26. 

13. Mr. Joseph Gefaell, late of Furtwangen, in the 

Black Forest, Grand Duchy of Baden, 
aged 77. 

23. John Shuttleworth, Esq., of Cannon-hall, Shef 

field (father of Mrs. Shuttleworth, Lady 
Abbess of Caverswall Convent), aged 72. 

24. Rt. Hon. Eleonora Maria the Dowager Lady 

Clifford, at Spetisbury, aged 69. 
Dec. 2. James Fitler, Esq., A.R.A., aged 79. [at Turnham 

Green.] 

7. Mrs. Jane Walker, widow of Mr. John Walker, 
late of Bernard-street, Russell-square, aged 71, 
12. Mrs. Ann Brindle, at Brown-Edge. 

16. Miss Eliza Longworth Dames, at Cowes, Isle of 

Wight. 

17. Chevalie r Ambrosio Jose dos Reys, aged 77. 

18. Mr. Francis Lucas Benedict, aged 69. 

19. Mr. William Lawson, late of Great Titchfield- 

street, aged 76. 

22. Joseph Thomas Gandolfi, Esq., of Porto Bello- 
house, East Sheen, aged 56. 

28. Mrs. Maria Ann, widow of Samuel Manesty, Esq., 

at Chelmsford, aged 64. 
1836. Jan. 1. Mr. Christopher Crook, aged 84. 

,, . Francisco Mendez, Esq., late of Calcutta. 

5. Mrs. Mary Beuquet, aged 79. 
10. Mr. John Reinerus Gortz, aged 59. 
12. Emilie, wife of Captain Day, and daughter of 
the late C. Hartsinck, Esq. , of Great Malvern- 
aged 45. 

14. Mr. Dommick Carley, aged 62. 

18. Ellen Latham, at Walton. 

19. Miss Harris Anstey, aged 34. 

. Richard Pursell, Esq., at Cranford-lodge, Midde- 

sex, in his 53rd year. 
19. Ellen Whittle, at Walton. 
22. Mrs. Ann Virtue, aged 77. 

29. Mrs. Ann Henley, aged 95. 

31. Anne Snaype, of Samlesbury, late of Preston, 

aged 76. 
Feb. 3. Mr. William Smith. 

7. Mr. William Bugden. 

. George Augustus, youngest son of John Burke, 
Esq., of Michael s-grove, Brompton, in his 
16th 



OBITUARIES. 217 

,, . Mrs. Snape, at Samlesbury. 

14. Mr. Thomas Tipping, at Preston, aged 70. 

18. Mr. Joseph Heptonstall, at Leeds, suddenly, 

aged 73. 
22. Mrs. Mary Brown, aged 80. 

26. Mr. John Broadway, of Stowe, aged 65. 

27. Mrs. Phebe McCann, wife of Mr. Robert McCann. 

of Well-street, Wellclose-square. 
29. Francis Anthony, the only surviving son of 

Bradshaw Peirson. Esq., aged 63. 
., . Captain B. Crispin, Royal Navy, aged 55. 
Mar. 3. Mrs. Sarah Crean, at Richmond, aged 55. 

5. James Kirsopp, Esq., of the Spit a], Hexham, 

aged 60. 

6. Catherine Mary, third daughter John N. Coult- 

hurst, Esq., of Gargrave-house, Yorkshire, 
aged 33. 

12. Mrs. Elizabeth, relict of the late Andrew Rosson, 

Esq., at Liverpool, aged 87. 

13. Thomas Wilcock, Esq., of Blackbrook, aged 24. 

14. Mrs. Frances Agnes Besley, of Richmond, Surrey. 

19. Mrs. Mary Sumner, at Coughton. 

24. Rt. Hon. Elizabeth Stourton, sister to the present 

Lord Stourton, at Hazlewood-hall, near 
Tadcaster. 

26. Mrs. Elizabeth Gascoyne, of Hassop, Derbyshire, 

aged 32. 

31. Miss Caroline Frances, daughter of Mr. Robert 
Dolan, of Union-place, New Kent-road, 
aged 28. 
Apr. 5. Mr. William W T ithington. 

,, . Miss Knight, at Fishwick, Preston. 
8. Miss Emily W r right, at Bellsize-park, Hampstead, 
in her 20th year. 

12. Miss Mary Anne Theresa Harting, late of Hamp 
stead, aged 23. 

15. Mrs. Mary, wife of John Leake, Esq., of London, 

and of Layham, Suffolk, at Honfleur in 
Normandy, aged 36. 

19. Frances Catherine Lady Arundell, at Wardour 
Castle, in her 28th year. 

25. Mary, only daughter of Mr. Thomas Murray, of 

Well-street, Mile-end New-Town, in her 
18th year. 

27. Robert Kirkham, Esq., of Lancaster, at Bombay, 

aged 32. 
29. Mr. John Floris, of Jermyn-street, in his 81st 

year. 

May 3. Miles Stapleton, Esq., of Carlton-hall. 
14. Mr. Joseph Thomas, aged 75. 



218 " LAITY S DIKECTOBY " OBITUARIES. 

28. Henry Best, Esq., formerly of the Minster-yard, 
Lincoln, and of Magdalen College (received 
into the Catholic Church, 26th May, 1798), 
at Brighton, in his 68th year. 
June 7. Mrs. Ellen Sherrington, at Preston, aged 52. 

19. Mrs. Alice Schiavonetti, late of Mount-street, 

Grosvenor-square, aged 64 years. 
,, . Miss Frances Day, at English-batch, near Bath, 

aged 54. 
July 15. Mr. Anthony Shepperley, of Nottingham, aged 62. 

20. Timothy Zimbert Pinto, Esq., late of the Polygon, 

Somer s-town, in his 54th year. 

26. William Stanley Constable, Esq., at Durham, 

aged 26. 

Aug. 5. Barbara, relict of the late Sir William Stanley, 
Bart., and sister of Peregrine Towneley, Esq., 
at Towneley-hall, near Burneley, Lancashire, 
in her 79th year. 

This Lady may be justly characterized as the model of Christian matrons. 
Bereft of her husband almost in the prime of her youth, she devoted a long 
widowhood to piety and beneficence. In her life she constantly " adorned 
the doctrine " which she professed : zealous and constant in all the practices 
of our holy religion, equally unostentatious and exemplary in her piety, 
faithful in the discharge of every social duty, mild and gentle in her temper, 
conciliating towards those of another communion. 

Indeed it has often occurred to the writer of these lines, that the life of 
this virtuous Lady would afford any candid enemy of our religion, one of the 
best practical refutations of his prejudices, and a testimony of that faith 
which it was the desire of her heart to exemplify in act. 

The charities of Lady Stanley were very ample, but ordinarily secret. 
She was a benefactress, who may be described in the Apostle s words " as 
unknown, yet known " (2 Cor. 6) ; unknown to the widow whom she solaced, 
and the orphan to whom she was a parent, but known to HIM before whom 
alms hidden in the bosom of the poor ascend as a sweet memorial. Let us 
hope that Providence will raise up others to relieve the wants and distresses 
of those who have long prayed in behalf of "an unknown benefactor," but 
whose name they are likely now to discover to their sorrow, whilst we entertain 
the well grounded assurance, that their deceased friend has entered into the 
joy of her Lord. 

Heaven of this heavenly pearl is now possessed, 
Whose lustre was the blaze of honour s light ; 

* Whose substance pure, of every good the best ; 

Whose prize, the Crown and need of highest right ; 

* Whose praise, to be herself ; whose greatest bliss, 
1 To live to love to be where now she is." 

Father Southwell s (S.J.) Triumphs over Death, p. 121. 

Aug. 11. Miss Jane Brindle, of Manchester, late of Preston, 
aged 52. 

27. Edmund, the third and youngest son of John 

Burke, Esq., of Rayner-place, Chelsea. 
Sept. 2. Mrs. Mary Butler, aged 34. 

5. Mr. Stephen Archer Harris, of Stoke Nayland, 

in the county of Suffolk, in his 47th year. 

,, . Alice Gradwell, spinster, late of Preston, aged 85. 



" LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 219 

6. Mrs. Sarah, wife of James Keene, Esq., of Mount- 
street, at Clifton-hill, near Lancaster, in her 
23rd year. 

. Mrs. Agnes Wingham, at Oxburgh, aged 89. 
8. Mrs. Lucy Roper, at Preston, aged 35. 

14. Margaret Smith. 

15. Miss Ann Edmondson, aged 15. 

20. Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. Frappell, sen., aged 72. 

21. Mrs. Sarah Holt Borini, of Birmingham, in her 

42d year. 
Oct. 1. Mrs. Mary Cruse, at Overy, Oxon, aged 84. 

3. Mrs. Georgiana Frances, wife of W. M. Tollner, 
Esq., of Stanley-house, Chelsea, and youngest 
daughter of Count Mazzinghi, at Pisa, 
aged 26. 

5. Mr. Henry Hilton, of St. John s market, Liverpool, 

aged 43. 

6. William Metcalfe, Esq., of Rodney-buildings, 

New Kent-road, at Hastings, aged 74. 
15. Robert Selby, Esq., of Bryanston-street, at 
Husbands Bosworth, aged 78. 

Although he had far advanced towards the verge of that period which 
circumscribes the life of man as an enjoyment (Psalm 89, x.), yet a healthy 
and active cheerfulness were so inseparably his companions, that the announce 
ment of his dissolution, swelled with surprise the affliction of the very many 
who knew him ; all of whom felt the sudden and unexpected loss of a Christian 
brother : edifying all by the example of his fervent and unaffected piety, 
and comforting all who sought it of him, by words of consolation or deeds of 
mercy ! 

Oct. 31. Catherine, wife of Mr. Lewis Molloy, of Bally- 
mahon, co. Longford ; third daughter of 
Mr. George Keating, Catholic publisher, 
Duke-street, Grosvenor-square, (on her natal 
day) aged 25. 

No date 

Mr. Thompson, of Eccleston, Lancashire, aged 88. 

Mr. Wilcock, Blackburn, aged 24. 

Mr. Edward Blackburn, at Preston, late of 
Bamber-bridge. 

Mr. Patrick Macnamara, of Preston, aged 39. 

Mrs. Leeming, Preston, aged 76. 

LAITY S DIRECTORY 1838. 

CLERGY. 

1836. Dec. 4. Rev. John Chaloner, at Derby. (Valladolid & 

Oscott) 

1837. Jan. 28. Rev. James Albott, at Thropton. (Ushaw) 
Feb. 12. Rev. John Woodcock, at Scorton. (Doway) 

13. Rev. Ralph Platt, at Puddington, aged 79. 
(Doway) 



220 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

25. Rev. Henry Gillow, at Manchester. (Ushaw) 
Apr. 3. Rev. Richard Albott, at Lea. (Ushaw) 

10. His Eminence Thomas Cardinal Weld, at Rome. 

(Paris) 

May 13. Rev. John Fitzpatrick, at Huddersfield. 
June 17. Rev. R. Watkinson, at Liverpool. (Ushaw) 

Rev. James Thompson. (Ushaw) 

1836. Oct. 9. B. Michael Smith, at Stonyhurst, aged 37. 
Nov. 17. Rev. George Michael Lacy, at Wingerworth, 

aged 43. [S.J., ? Nov. 16] 

1837. Jan. 3. Rev. John Weston, at St. Helen s, aged 42. [S.J., 

? aged 44] 

18. Rev. Thomas Angier, at Newhall, aged 82. [S.J., 

on Jan. 8, aged 83] 
Feb. 16. B. Joseph Bradley, at Stonyhurst, aged 45. [John 

B., lay-brother, S.J.] 

22. Rev. William Gahan, in the Isle of Man. [? Matt 
hew G., S.J., Irish province] 

Apr. 10. Rev. James Cattanach, at Wigan, aged 40. [John 
C., S.J., aged 41] 
RELIGIOUS MEN. 

1835. Dec. 13. Rev. James Higginson, O.S.B., at Birtley. [prof. 

at Douay 7 Aug. 1785] 

1836. Aug. [8.] Rev. [Henry] Gregory Flinn, O.S.B., at Morpeth 

[prof, at Ampleforth 30 March 1824] 
Dec. [9.] Rev. Thomas [Clement] Rishton, O.S.B., at 
Ampleforth. [prof. 1803] 

1837. Jan. 25. Rev. John Bede Rigby, O.S.B., at Lamspring. 

[prof. 17 May 1798, died 15 Jan.] 
Feb. 19. Rev. [James] Alexius Pope, O.S.B., at Southport. 

[prof, at Dieulouard 1776] 
Mar. 12. Rev. [Robert] Basil Bretherton, O.S.B., in 

France, [at Amiens, prof, at Ampleforth 

1820] 
May 2. Rev. Thomas [Gregory] Robinson, O.S.B., at 

Liverpool, [prof, at Vernon Hall, 1804] 
Aug. 2. Very Rev. John Austin Birdsall, O.S.B., at 

Broadway, [prof, at Lamspring 2 Nov. 1796] 
[Aug.] 22. Rev. [James] Bede Burgess, O.S.B., at Middleton 

Lodge, [prof, at Dieulouard 14 June 1789] 
Apr. 14. Rev. James Sharpe, Blair s College. 

19. Rev. James Grant, Glasgow. 
June 11. Rev. John Fraser, Preshome. 
July 12. Rev. Alexander Macdonald, Grief. 

ECCLSIASTIQUES FRANgois. 

1836. Feb. 25. M.M. L. Gilbert, a Osgodby, du diocese de 
St. Brieux, age de 70 ans. 

29 M. Jaques Mills a Brigg, du diocese de * 

Normandy, age de 64 ans. 
* Evidently an omission here. 



OBITUARIES. 221 

1837. Jan. 24 M. Louis Felix Reculle, du diocese de 

Orleans, age de 71 ans. 

Mai 16 M. P. C. Levasseur, diocese de Lisieux, a 

Birmingham, age de 77 ans. 

Aout 27 M. Charles Leonard Premord, du diocese 

de Paris, ancien chanoine de St. Honore, 
et chapelain a sa M. T. tres chretienne 
Charles le X. a la Prieure de St. Benoist, 
pres Lichfield, age de 77 ans. 

Juil. 17 M. Jean Baptiste-Romain Latreille, du 

diocese de Evreux, age de 77 ans. 
[This list is evidently wrong in many respects. " M.M." 
in the first line is probably for MM. or Mes 
sieurs and the dots below for ditto, but they are 
all preceded by " M." as if for Monsieur] 

RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1836. Dec. 14. Sister Mary Magdalen Scott, O.S.F., at Taunton 

Lodge^ aged 66, rel. 28. 

1837. Jan. 29. Dame Mary Magdalen Gibson, O.S.B., at Cavers- 

wall Castle, aged 72, rel. 48. 
31. Sister Mary Sales Mahon, O.S.F., at Taunton 

Lodge, aged 43, rel. 26. 
Feb. 5. Sister Martha Fruin, Lay-Sister, O.S.A., at 

Spetisbury House, aged 66, rel. 41. 
9. Lay-Sister Mary Martha Middlehurst, O.S.B., 

at Caverswall, Castle aged 71, rel. 48. 
[May] 20. Sister M. A[ugustine] Sinnot, O.S.B., at Salford. 

[prof, on death bed.] 

Sep. 22. Lady Mary Teresa Shuttleworth, O.S.B., at 
Caverswall Castle, aged 48, rel. 29, Abbess 19. 
LAITY. 

1834. Nov. 28. Maria Teresa Macnamara. 

1835. Apr. 9. Mr. George Hoghton, Liverpool, aged 49. 

1836. Jan. 6. Elizabeth Bomber. 

7. Mrs. Wilcock, Manchester. 

15. Mrs. Conolly, at Laura-place, Bath, relict of 
Charles Conolly, Esq., of Mudford [Midford] 
Castle, Somerset. 
24. Mr. Wilcock, at Manchester. 
27. John Crook, Esq., of Percy-street, London, 

aged 89. 
Feb. 20. Mr. Thomas Leemiiig, at Preston, aged 78. 

,, . Mrs. Mary Clarkson. 
Mar. 7. Mrs. Mary Crook, relict of the late J[ohn] Crook, 

Esq., of Percy-street. 

Apr. 29. Mary Frances la Donleet de Mere. 
May 6. Mr. James Cowban, aged 82. 
June 14. Mr. James Cowban, son of the above, aged 48. 
,, . Mr. William Clarkson, aged 64. 
15. Mr. 11. Brindle, Layland. 



July 6. Mr. George Holderness, aged 80. 

Sept. 20. Mrs. Green, near Tadcaster. 

Oct. 1. Miss Margaret Marsh, late of Latham, near 

Ormskirk. 
3. Mrs. Morgan, of Parr Hall, Lancashire, aged 39. 

16. Mrs. Ursula Teresa Ewart, mother of the Rev. 

Henry Ewart, at Tottenham, in her 65th 
year. 

24. Mr. George Greenough, at Liverpool, aged 64. 
Nov. 7. Mrs. Rosanna Ridout, at her house, Sawclose, 

Bath, aged 63. 

10. James William Stewart, Esq., aged 38. 
20. Mr. William Tasker Billinge, at his father s house, 
near Wigan, much and deservedly respected, 
aged 33. 
24. Mary, wife of William Lescher, of Upton, Essex, 

Esq., in her 37th year. 

29. Mrs. Letitia Canning, late of Tudor-place, Totten 
ham-court-road, aged 78. 

,, . Philip Staunton, Esq., at Brighton, aged 80. 
Dec. 1. Mr. Martin Vanheems, late of South-street, 

Manchester-square, aged 70. 

9. Master Henry Hodges, son of Benjamin George 
Hodges, Esq., of Church-street, Lambeth, 
aged 8 years. 

17. Peter Corner, Esq., aged 93. 

20. Armand Marie Marquis de la Belinaye, Chevalier 
de St. Louis, ancien officer de sa Majeste 
tres Chretienne. 

22. William Davis Lamb, Esq., aged 40. 

26. Mrs. Mary Teresa O Connell, youngest daughter 

of Cuthbert Simpson, Esq., of Liampore, at 
Woodside, Cheshire, leaving two infant 
children, aged 34. 

27. Mrs. Sarah Andrews, formerly of St. Goorge s- 

row, Hyde Park, aged 98. 

1837. Jan. 12. Mr. Francis Bernard Nicholson, in his 71st year. 
13. Laurence Callaghan, Esq., late of Gibraltar, 
aged 71. 

15. Mrs. Ann Jarrett, aged 66. 

16. Mrs. Clara Keene, wife of W. J. Keene, Esq., of 

Notting-hill. 

17. Charles Joseph Chichester, Esq., of Calverleigh 

Court, Devon. 

19. Justin Fitzgerald, Esq., of Laurence-pountney- 

hill, aged 67. 
Mrs. Catherine Darley. 

20. Miss Catherine Corvan, aged 22. 

Mary Ann Agnes, wife of Mr. Canneaux, after 
three days illness, aged 34. 



223 

23. Mrs. Mary Dendaretiqui, late of the Polygon, 

Somers -town, aged 84. 

25. Joseph P. S. Mousley, Esq., eldest son of John 
Mousley, Esq., Montague-square, London 
and of Port St. Mary s in Spain, aged 23. 

,, . Mr. John Ignatius Smallwood, late of Somers - 
town, aged 73. 

,, . Miss Teresa Whelan, aged 21. 

,, . Mr. Charles Brown, aged 47. 

27. Mrs. Catherine Hatley, aged 86. 

,, . Mr. Richard Raby, at Leicester, in his 62nd year. 
,, . Mrs. Catherine Thornton, sister of the Rev. S. 
Rock, aged 74. 

28. Mr. James Baker, aged 71. 

29. Mr. Richard Sanders Draper, at Worcester, aged 

67. 
,, . Mrs. Catherine Brady, aged 40. 

30. Mr. William Collingridge, of Godington, Oxon. 
,, . Mrs. Ann Oliver, at Birmingham, aged 75. 

Feb. 3. Miss Agnes Emma Molteno, daughter of Mr. 
Molteno, of Pall Mall, aged 17. 

5. Mrs. Mary Hodgson, of Arnold place, Newington, 

aged 70. 
,, . Mrs. Mary Broadbent, aged 53. 

6. Sir John Joseph Dillon, Knt. and B.S.R.S., at 

Ipswich, aged 59. 

7. Mrs. Mary Kelly, wife of G. B. Kelly, Esq., of 

Acton, aged 57. 

,, . Henry Robinson, Esq., of Hyde-park-place, 
aged 75. 

8. Mrs. G. Parker, aged 47. 

9. Miss Ann Hargrave, of Preston, aged 61. 
10. Mrs. Margaret Houghton, aged 68. 

22. Eliza, second daughter of Mr. William Duck 
worth, Liverpool, aged 7 years. 

24. Joseph Edwards, Esq., of Gloucester-buildings, 

Walworth, aged 63. 

25. Mr. Richard Brown, late of the firm of Keating 

and Brown, printers to the R.R. Vicars Apos 
tolic, aged 60.* 
Mar. 2. Mrs. Susannah Coleman, of Hammersmith. 

3. Mrs. Bridget Reilly, late of Chalton-street, 

Somers -town, aged 63. 

4. Mrs. Jane Ilsley, aged 77. 

7. Mrs. Catherine Baker, aged 66. 

8. Mrs. Rebecca Williamson, late of East-lane, 

Bermondsey, aged 70. 
18. Miss Eliza Lawler, late of Old Broad-street, City, 

aged 31. 
Printers of the " Laity s Directory." 



224 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

21. Mr. Joseph Collingridge, of Smith-street, Nor- 
hampton-square. 

,, . Mr. Joseph Booker, of New Bond-street, whose 
invaluable services as Honorary General 
Secretary of the Associated Catholic Chari 
ties, for many years, have secured for him 
the grateful and affectionate memory of 
his fellow-labourers, the Governors and 
Committees of the Institution. 

26. Francis Ullathorne, Esq., late of Gate-street, and 

Upper Holloway, aged 78. 

,, . Mrs. Mary Ibbotson, of Courtfield Cottage, aged 
34. 

27. Mrs. Fitzherbert,* born July 26, 1756, at Brighton. 

30. John Haley, Esq., late of Beaumont-street, 

Marylebone, aged 96. 

31. Mr. John Barnard, at Exeter, aged 73. 

Apr. 7. Mary, relict of the late James Young, Esq., of 

Kingerby House, Lincolnshire, aged 63. 
,, . Mr. William Eusebius Andrews, author of " The 
Review of Fox s book of Martyrs, and other 
works of defensive controversy " ; editor of 
the " Orthodox Journal," &c. v &c., aged 63. 

11. Mrs. Teresa Targett, for 16 years the faithful 

housekeeper of the Rev. George Oliver, of 
Exeter, aged 43. 

12. Mrs. Elizabeth James, at Newport, Isle of Wight, 

in her 90th year. 

19. Mrs. Mary Ann Adkins, Kitwell House, near 

Birmingham, aged 57. 

20. Mrs. Ann Hyancinth Murphy, aged 72, relict of 

the late " Mr. John Murphy, publisher of the 
stereotype edition of the Lives of the Saints, 
12 vols ; and author and editor of various 
school books, &c. 

May 2. W. Havers, Esq., late of Bacons, Ingate- 

stone, Essex, in his 69th year. 

4. Mrs. Sarah Sharpe, late of the gas works, Vaux- 

hall, in her 68th year. 

5. Mr. James Lawlor, at Exeter, aged 33. 

,, . Mr. Charles Emmanuel Barlow, in his 74th year. 

6. Mrs. Harriet Maria Lloyd, aged 35. 
9. John Coltsmaii, Esq. 

12. Mrs. Winnifred Radford, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 
24. Mrs. Ann Guintrand, aged 76. 
,, . Charles, eldest son of Mr. Richard McHenry, 
Rue de la Paix, Paris, aged 20. 

* Maria Ann Smythe, widow of Edward Weld of Lulworth, Thomas 
Fitzherbert of Swynnerton, and King George IV. Her death was on 29 
March 1837. 



OBITUARIES. 225 

26. Madame Louise Moreau Bourne, of St. Pierre 

Martinico, aged 81. 

27. Master Alfred Richard Whitgreave, aged 16. 

,, . Mrs. Catherine Cook, at Hammersmith, aged 87. 
June 11. The Hon. Mrs. Espinasse, aged 75. 

14. Mrs. Sarah Barns, Pierrepont-place, Bath, aged 70. 
18. Madame Marie Renee Comtesse de Mansigny, late 

of George-street, Portman-square, aged 79. 
,, . Mary Elizabeth Dierkes, aged 28. 
,, . Mrs. Ann Nicholson, aged 74. 
24. Mrs. Helena Mary Gifford, relict of the late John 

Gifford, Esq. 

28. Mr. J[ohn] * Nyren, late of Bromley, near Bow, 

in his 73d year. 

29. Robert Waterton, Esq., of Woodlands, Don- 

caster, at Demarara, of the prevailing fever, 

aged 36. 
July 23. Mr. Thomas Richmond, of Dudley-road, Walsall, 

aged 66. 
Aug. 5. Mrs. Lucy Agnes, the regretted wife of Mr. 

Richard Payne, land surveyor, of Bury 

St. Edmonds, at Cowes, Isle of Wight. 

23. Mrs. Alicia Nihill, relict of Dr. Nihill, at Rome. 
Sept. 5. Rosa Margaretta Amyatt Jane, daughter of Mr. 

W. B. Vicarey, of Islington. 
Mr. John Raby, killed by a fall from his horse 

in his 19th year. 
21. Mrs. Dorothy Green, at Hazlewood, aged 70. 

24. Mr. Peter Mackintosh MacDiarmid, age 25. 

29. Mrs. Mary Ann, relict of the late Francis Ulla- 

thorne, Esq., of Gate-street, Lincoln s-inn- 
fields, aged 72. 
Oct. 1. Mr. Francis Raby, of a consumption, aged 17. 

1. Mrs. Frances Fallon, King William-street, Strand, 
in child-bsd, aged 20 years. 

15. Mr. Edmond Carbery, late of Charlotte-street, 

Blackfriars-road, in his 29th year. 

16. Mr. Samuel S. Ullathorne, aged 33 . 

20. Mr. Charles Graf ton, of Liverpool, late of Park- 
grove, near Birmingham, at Oxford, aged 66. 

28. Mrs. Juliana Sherwood, late of Kensington, at 
York, aged 40. 

30. Charles Robert Blundell, of Ince, Esq. 

Nov. 8. Miss Mary Ann Kendal, at Cowes, Isle of Wight, 

aged 26. 

13. Mrs. Ann Alleguen, late of Spring-street, Portman- 
square, aged 36. 

* The famous cricketer and chronicler of the game. 

xii. o 



226 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

19. Mr. William Bennett, eldest son of Mr. Bennett 
of Twickenham. 

21. Charles Power, Esq., of Gower-street, at Ply 
mouth, aged 43. 



LAITY S DIRECTORY 1839. 
CLERGY. 

1837. Oct. Rev. Edward Kenyon. (Doway) 
Nov. Rev. George Howe. 

Rev. James Wheeler at Burnhall, aged 70. 

(Doway) 

Dec. 23. Rev. John Radford, Chapel House, St. George s 
Fields, in his 44th year. (St. Edmund s) 

1838. Jan. 15. Rev. John Laytham, Chapel House, Mulberry- 

street, Manchester, aged 29. 
. Feb. 18. Rev. William Birdsall, at Ravensdown, aged 53. 

(Lisbon & Ushaw) 
19. Rev. William Croskell, V.G. in Northern District, 

Durham, aged 70. (Douay) 

Mar. 15. Very Rev. Francis Tuite, V.G. of London Dis 
trict, 35 Golden-square, aged 70 years 11 
days. (Douay) 
29. Rev. William Keily. 
Apr. 9. Rev. Walter Blount, many years President of 

Sedgley Park, at Stourbridge. (Douay) 
23. Rev. John Parsons, Chapel House, Rook-street, 

Manchester, aged 34. (Ushaw). 
May 18. Rev. Alexius Benjamin Barber, at Chapel House, 

Poplar, aged 47. 
,, . Rev. John Wilcock, at Chester. (Ushaw) 

Rev. Joseph Rimmer. (Ushaw) 
June 25. Rev. John Lund. 

28. Rev. John Roe, at Blackladies. (Douay) 
July 17. Rev. Thomas Pinnington, at Briggate, aged 52. 
18. Rev. Francis Martyn, Chapel House, Walsall, 

in his 57th year. (Oscott) 
Rev. Thomas Kaye. (Lisbon) 
Aug. 3. Rev. Thomas Pilling, Rector of English College, 

Valladolid, at Valladolid. (Valladolid) 
Sept. 17. Rev. Henry Rutter, at Dodding Green, aged 85. 

(Douay) 

Oct. 22. Rev. Richard Chumley, of St. Patrick s Church, 
Soho, at Kensington, in his 34th year. 
(St. Edmund s) 

RELIGIOUS MEN. 

1838. Jan. 10. Br[other] John Bournier, at Hodder-place. [S.J.] 
May 24. Rev, Joseph Nind, at Stony hurst, aged 22. [S.J.] 



OBITUARIES. 227 



ECCLSIASTIQUES 

Mar. 24. Abbe Joseph Beaumont, du diocese de Seez, 
mort a Londres, age de 79 ans. 

Mai Abbe Alexis Valgassier, du diocese d Avignon, 

mort a Bath, age de 86 ans. 

Aout 7. Abbe Frangois Billissent, du diocese de Bayeux, 
age de 72 ans. 
RELIGIOUS WOMEN. 

1837. Oct. 9. Sister Frances Magdalen Gillow, O.S.F., at 

Taunton Lodge, aged 29, rel. 9. 

Dec. 5. Sister Mary Regis Angier, O.S.A., at Bruges, 
aged 75, prof. 53. [niece of the Rev. Thomas 
A., S.J.] 

10. Sister [Harriet] Mary Bernard Paston, O.S.A., at 

Bruges, aged 81, prof. 62. [sister to Edward, 
the last Paston of Paston] 

1838. July 2. Rev. Mother Athanaise le Vaillant du Chastelet, 

O.S.B., at St. Mary s Priory, [Princethorpe] 
near Coventry, aged 48, rel. 26. 
LAITY. 

1836. Nov. 6. Mr. James Allen, aged 53. 

Dec. 26. Mrs. Maria Louisa O Connell, youngest daughter 
of Cuthbert Simpson, Esq., of Hill-foot 
Villa, Woolton, near Liverpool. 

1837. Jan. 10. Mr. John Clark, aged 44. 

4. Mrs. Anne Corser, Upton Cresset. 

20. Mrs. Mary Ann Agnes Canneaux, wife of Mr. L. 

U. Canneaux, aged 34, 

Feb. 6. Sir John Joseph Dillon, Knt., & B.S.R.C., at 
Ipswich, aged 59. 

" His Foreign Titles were bestowed on his family as a reward for their 
Military Services to the House of Austria. Devoted from his earliest days 
in advocating by his pen and talents the Catholic claims, he spared no expence 
in the publication of his works ; and evidenced his fervent faith in the truths 
of our holy religion by his learned defence of its doctrines, written in his last 
illness." 

Mar. 8. Mrs. Mary Agnes Rowley, of Manchester, aged 47. 
30. Mr. William White of^Brailes, aged 55. 

Sept. 13. Mrs. Ann Zimmer, wife of John Zimmer, Esq., 
late of London, and daughter of the late 
Thomas Kaylett, Esq., of Maverly estate, 
in Jamaica, at Worcester, after a long and 
painful illness, aged 47 years and 59 days. 

Nov. 20. Mrs. Ann Stringfellow, of Wingerworth, aged 78. 

21. Mrs. Ann Ibison, late of Lingart, near Garstang, 

aged 82. 
Dec. 5. Mrs. Deborah Sughrue, aged 75. 

6. Miss Susanna Brewer, at Brown-edge, near 
Preston. 

11. Mr, H. Riley, in the 21st year of his age, 



228 

11. Denis Brodrick Campion, second and last sur 
viving son of Mr. William Brodrick, ancient 
master and professor of the Latin and Greek 
languages, at Killarney, aged 76. 

15. Mr. Michael Thomas Harley, late secretary of 

St. Patrick s charity schools, aged 31. 

17. Miss Eliza Walmesley, youngest daughter of the 

late Charles Walmesley, Esq., of Westwood 

House, Lancashire, aged 16. 

22. John Cockshott, Esq., of Bracewell, Yorkshire. 
25. Edward Richardson, Esq., aged 37. 
28. Teresa Catherine, the beloved wife of John 

Carpenter, Esq., and niece of the Right Hon. 

Robert Edward, ninth Lord Petre, at Truro, 

aged 61. 

31. Mrs. Dorothy Haggerty, aged 82. 
1838. Jan. 7. Mary Murphy, the lamented servant of Capt. 

McGuire, of Hereford, at Chepstow, aged 42. 
13. William Dalton Hoghton, Esq., after a long life 

passed in benevolence, and to the last marked 

by the quiet and unremitted observance of 

the duties of our holy religion, aged 74 years. 

16. Mrs. Mary Ormerod, at Morpeth, aged 84. 

21. Mr. William Bird, of Rodney s Buildings, aged 
44. 

24. Christine, relict of the late Patrick Coltsmann, 

Esq., of Hinde-street, Manchester-square, 
and of Flesk Castle, County of Kerry, aged 
63. 

25. Mr. James Pilkington, at Preston, aged 35. 
25. Mrs. Rush, of Manchester, aged 64. 

[?2]6. William Benedict Simpson, only son of Cuthbert 
Simpson Esq., of Hill-foot Villa, Woolton, 
near Liverpool. 
30. Mr. Thomas Cowban, of Alston-lane [Lanes.], 

aged 62. 

30. Miss Margaret Cormick. 
30. Mrs. Ellen Louisa Hovenden, aged 75. 
Feb. 4. Mrs. Jane Milne, relict of the late Robert Milne, 

Esq., of Manchester. 
5. Miss Frances Tegart, aged 37. 
6 Mr. James Nind, aged 15. 
8. Patrick King, Esq., of Broomfield Lodge, Essex, 

aged 69. 
11. Frances Mary, wife of William Benedict Simpson, 

Esq., of Foot-hill Villa, [Woolton.] 
13. Mrs. Mary Cuthbertson, aged 61. 

18. Margaret/ wife of Mr. Edward Gwyn, of Hyde- 

[Street,] Bloomsbury, aged 70. 



229 

Mary, second daughter of the late Thomas 
Huddleston, Esq., of Milton, Cambridgeshire. 
Mar. 2. Mrs. Mary Christian. 

10. Mr. Edward Corser, aged 38. 

12. WiUiam Nailor. 

15. George Barrett, eldest son of Richard Barrett, 

Esq., of Milton, Berks, aged 28. 

16. Lewis Moore, Esq., aged 55. 

18. Charles Robert, youngest son of W. H. M. 

Sidney, Esq., of Stockton on Tees. 
18. Ann, wife of William Nailor [see 12 March] 
30. Mrs. Elizabeth Bowman, of Rotherhithe, aged 78. 
Apr. 10. Mrs. Agnes Clayton, aged 16. 

10. Mrs. Elizabeth Caton, aged 87. 

11. Mrs. Mary Monticelli, aged 70. 

13. Mrs. Witham, relict of William Witham, Esq., 

aged 86. 

17. Mr. Melchior Barlow, aged 36 years and 3 months. 

18. Mr. Thomas Hunton, of the Crescent, Carlisle, 

aged 60. 

19. Mrs. Mary Ellen Andoe, at Paris, aged 25. 
24. John Allani, Esq., at Salisbury, aged 85. 
30. Lieut. Col. Charles Thomas Talbot, aged 55. 

May 13. The Honourable Frances Sophia Stafford Jer- 
ningham, at Paris. 

18. Mary, the wife of Matthew Frost, of Calver, near 

Bakewell, aged 58. 

19. Mrs. Ann Peacan, at Clifton. 

20. Mrs. Elizabeth Pindar, of York, aged 31. 

24. Anne Lady Wolseley, after three days illness 

at Paris. 

,, . Mrs. Mary Wickwar, aged 29. 
24. Mrs. Ann Farley, of Harley [Haiiley] Castle, 

Worcestershire, aged 81. 
27. Mrs. Hannah Lenty, of Richmond, Yorkshire, 

aged 73. 

29. Mr. James Cowban, of Westby, aged 62. 
June 4. Mary, daughter of the late Henry Darell, Esq., 

of Cale-hill, at Scarborough. 
6. Mr. John S. Joy, aged 35, at Preston. 
12. Mrs. Phoebe Ilsley, of Brook-street, New-road, 

aged 75. 
14. Eliza, daughter of the late Francis Plowden, 

Esq., barrister at law. 

17. Mr. Edward Thomas Rainford, of Chorlton on 

Medlock, Manchester, much and deservedly 
respected. 

18. Madme. Marie Jeanne Antionette Berthe, aged 74. 
July 3. John Fish Murphy, Esq., son of T. P. Murphy, 

Esq., of Stratford, Essex, aged 27. 



280 " LAITY S DIRECTORY " OBITUARIES. 

7. Mr. Thomas Stephen Smith, aged 70. 

16. Catharine Countess Mazzinghi, at Boulogne-sur- 

Mer, aged 55. 

26. Christopher MacEvoy, Esq., at his country seat, 

Bernstorff, near Copenhagen, aged 78. 
28. Thomas Peter Metcalfe More, Esq., of Shottery, 
Warwickshire, aged 44. 

30. Agnes, relict of Joachim Andrade, Esq., of 

Greenwich, at Towerby [Sowerby* ], near 
Thirsk, Yorkshire. 

31. Robert Gage Rookwood, Esq. 
Aug. 13. Miss Mary Gradwell, aged 16. 

17. Miss Ellen Cater, late of Hampstead, aged 23. 

20. Mr. Aloysius Last. 

21. Mr. James Young, aged 70. 

Sept. 14. Mrs. Jane Dawes, at Hammersmith, in her 84th 
year. 

27. Miss Louisa White, Lamb s Conduit-street, aged 

3 years. 
Oct. 10. Miss Eliza Day, aged 23. 

. Mr. Miles Weathers, aged 86. 

21. Mr. Arthur Oliphant Anstey, third son of the 
Hon. Thomas Anstey, of Anstey Barton 
Van Dieman s Land, member of the Legis 
lative Council of that Island, at 35 Howe- 
street, Edinburgh, aged 19. 

" This young gentleman had very shortly before his fatal illness been 
admitted into the Church ; and after he had received the last Sacraments it 
pleased Almighty God to permit him to enjoy a convalescence of three or 
four days, during which there was a total absence of delirium an almost 
unusual occurrence in cases of fatal inflammation of the brain. During this 
interval of convalescence thus obtained through the efficacy of the Sacra 
ments the young convert was allowed the privilege of bearing his testimony 
to the truth of our holy religion, and to the consolations she has in store for 
her children in the hour of need. Brilliant as were the prospects of this 
young gentleman, had it pleased the Almighty to expose him to the trials of 
this world, we cannot withhold our congratulations from his friends, even 
in the midst of their mourning, on the dispensation of His love and mercy 
which permits his departure, in a state of so much grace, "f 

23. Mr. William Leek, of 27 Coleman-street, many 
years treasurer and most zealous member 
of the Benevolent Society for the relief of 
aged and infirm poor in London and West 
minster, aged 76. 

* Their daughter Maria Teresa was married to Thomas Swarbreck of 
Sowerby solicitor. 

f An elder brother of this highly commended youth was Thomas 
Chisholm Anstey, K.S.G., barrister, M.P. for Youghal from 1845, Attorney- 
General for Hong-Kong, who died at Bombay 13 Aug. 1873. He took an 
active part in the movement for the foundation of the Hierarchy. He is 
frequently confused with another brother, also a convert, Henry Frampton 
Anstey. 



OBITUARIES. 231 

30. Mr. Harry Eastwood, of Brentshaw, near Burnley, 

Lancashire, aged 70. 
Nov. 6. Mrs. Mary Coles, aged 63. 
. Mr. John Platford. 
7. Anna E. F. MacDonnell, daughter of Eneas 

MacDonnell, Esq., of Chelsea, aged 17. 
22. John Raphael, Esq., of Fitzroy-square, aged 62. 
24. Mrs. Mary Anne O Neill, Rotherhithe, aged 33. 
,, . Mrs. Monica Phillips, of Royston, aged 29. 
,, . Mr. Francis Wickwar, aged 42. 

in pace. 



No. III. 
CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

CONTRIBUTED BY JOHN HOBSON MATTHEWS. 

In view of the necessity for rescuing, before it is too late, the rapidly 
perishing memorials of the dead which can still be deciphered in churches, 
churchyards and cemeteries, there is perhaps no call for an apology on behalf 
of these notes of Catholic tombstone inscriptions. Societies have been 
formed for the preservation of all records of this nature, in England and 
Ireland, and the importance and urgency of such work is recognised on all 
hands. Time and weather, and the hands of that still more destructive 
agency, the ignorant Vandal, are causing the steady disappearance of old 
sepulchral memorials, especially those exposed to the open air. It must 
not be said that Catholics are backward in placing the graven records of their 
co-religionists in the security of print, and a first instalment of such Catholic 
inscriptions is here presented to the public. It is hoped to add further 
examples from time to time. 

It is necessary to preface this first contribution with a few remarks on 
the whole subject, and as to the methods which have been followed in 
publishing these epitaphs. In the first place I must explain how the 
sepulchral monuments of Catholics are identified, how they are distinguished 
from those of their Protestant brethren who lie around them. 

On mediaeval tombs there is often no inscription; or when there is one, 
it consists of little more than the name of the deceased, the date of his death, 
and a brief prayer for the repose of his soul. The tomb was almost always 
marked by a long cross, its arms terminating in ornamental forms which 
varied according to the period. After the Reformation, the cross was ousted 
in favour of fat cherubs, arabesques, urns, inverted torches, and other Pagan 
emblems ; the prayer for the dead was discontinued, and the epitaph ex 
panded into an enumeration of the virtues of the deceased until at length, 
at the beginning of the 19th century, it had grown into a prosy, ridiculous 
and irreverent panegyric, or a morbid, moralizing and often doggrel rhyme. 
The instinct of the Faith preserved Catholic tombs from these repellent 
absurdities ; but the dominant Protestantism forbade the inscription 
of the ancient prayer for the departed, and even the cross, on sepulchral 
monuments. The irrepressible desire of the Catholic mind to distinguish, 
among the memorials of the dead, the resting-places of those " who have 
gone before us with the sign of the Faith and sleep in the slumber of peace " * 
soon led our persecuted forefathers to substitute a symbol which served their 
purpose. This was the sacred monogram IHS, the middle letter being 
surmounted by a cross indeed, but one of such insignificant dimensions 
as to escape the censure of the Puritan. This is in some cases accompanied 
by the three nails and surrounded by rays (as in the badge of the Society 
of Jesus) ; sometimes it is engraven within the outline of a heart in allusion 
to the Sacred Heart of Our Lord. When the times improved, the monogram 
was incised in bolder letters, and the cross became larger ; until at length, 
soon after Catholic Emancipation, the cross alone (usually in relief) began 
to figure on our gravestones. Recently, the introduction of certain Catholic 
practices within the Established Church has brought both the cross and 
the monogram into use on Protestant tombs ; and so would render it im- 

* Canon of the Mass. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 233 

possible to distinguish the graves of Catholics, had the latter not reverted 
to the custom of inscribing a pra} r er for the soul of the deceased, or the 
equivalent initials R.I. P. Now that some Anglicans have taken to imitate 
us in this particular also, I know not to what device we must in future resort 
in order to mark out the graves of our dead from those of persons who die 
outside the visible fold of the Catholic Church. 

As a matter of archaeological fact, it may be taken as a safe rule, that 
tombstones of a date prior to 1830, marked with the cross or sacred monogram, 
are those of " Roman " Catholics. 

It should be noted, however, that not every old Catholic grave is so 
marked. There were times when, and places where, public bigotry was 
so strong as to prevent the smallest indication of Popery in church or church 
yard. Much depended on the personal proclivities of the incumbent, on 
the numbers and influence of Catholics in the parish, or on the political 
circumstances of the time. There can be no doubt that this collection 
leaves unnoticed a large number of the memorials of our Catholic brethren, 
for lack of some distinguishing sign of the Faith in which they died. 

In addition to the considerations stated above, the present contributor 
has used the special knowledge which (particularly in the case of South 
Wales and the Marches) he possessed of the local Catholics and their family 
history. 

In some instances a stone commemorates both Catholic and Protestant 
members of a family ; and in such a case all the names are here given, for 
the sake of the genealogical information involved. 

A reference to earlier volumes of these Transactions will show the large 
Catholic population which yet existed in the Monnow Valley, and throughout 
North-east Monmouthshire and South-west Herefordshire, down to the 
beginning of the 19th century. Evans and Britton ("Description of the 
County of Monruouth," London, 1809) remark upon " the prevalency of 
Romish doctrines still manifested in Monmouthshire, and the comparatively 
large proportion of Roman Catholics among the inhabitants." 

The collection of these inscriptions by the present contributor began in 
1893, with those of the district in and around the town of Monmouth. As 
the particulars were not at first gathered with a viow to their publication, 
he was in many cases content with recording the year of death neglecting 
the month and day. Where it has not since been possible to supply the 
missing details, the inscription is here noted in the imperfect form, it being 
thought better to preserve it with its deficiency than not at all. 

It has not been thought advisable to exclude a few Monmouthshire 
epitaphs which were supplied by me to Mr. J. A. Bradney s " History of 
Monmouthshire " (London ; Mitchell Hughes and Clarke, 1904 1911). 
My reason is that the work referred to is a large and costly book, accessible 
only to the few, and also that the Catholic inscriptions are not there noted 
particularly as such, and are lost among those of non-Catholics. 

As it was not practicable to reproduce in type the sacred 
monogram surmounted with the small cross over the middle letter, nor the 
large Latin cross of later times, the IHS is printed without its cross, and the 
large cross is merely referred to when it occurs. The Greek cross, 
which is sometimes met with, is duly represented. 

J. H. M. 



284 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

MONMOUTH. 

Churchyard. From South by East round the Church. 

Sloped Latin cross in reMef. 
Joseph Watkins ; ob. 27 Nov. 1860, set. 62. 
Mary his wife ; ob. 14 Jan. 1836, set. 39.* 
Susan their dau. ; ob. 16 Nov. 1833, set. 4. 

Sloped Latin cross in relief. 
John Green ; ob. 3 May 1845, set. 75.** 
Benjamin Green, innkeeper; ob. 11 Feb. 1852, set. 78. t 
Peter Pugh, innholder ; ob. 8 Jan. 1789, set. 62. 
Elizabeth his wife ; ob. 8 Apr. 1807, set. 86. 
Elizabeth Stead, granddau. of the above ; ob. 24 June 1829, 

set. 26. 
Elizabeth wife of John Stead, grocer ; ob. 24 March 1844 set. 

34. t 

Flat stone near the north path. 
Letitia Margaret Maria, wife of Oliver Gregory Thomas, of this 

Town, Surgeon ; ob. 5 May 1849, set. 34. 
Matilda, their dau. ; ob. 20 Sep. 1849, set. 18. 
Oliver Gregory Thomas ; ob. 24 June 1865, set. 78. 

B.I.P. 

Latin cross. 
In Memory of | George Embry of this | 

[parish] M | who died September 1738 

Aged 

Also of of the above, who died I 1778, 

Aged || 

Slab on the ground, under the E. window. Incised Latin cross. 
In Memory of Mary Kane, spinster, who departed this life July 
13th 1825. q 

A friend to the friendless. 

E.N.E. of the church. Slab of stone on low brick foundation, with 
incised lettering. Below the inscription are the IHS and slanting 
cross, in low relief. J. Jackson sculpsit. 

Sacred to the Memory of | Michael Watkins | who died June 28, 
1808 | Aged 58 years. 

* Dau. of Thomas and Ann Perrin. 

** Convert. 

f First numeral in age doubtful. 

j Peter Pugh was landlord of the Angel inn. Elizabeth, wife of John 
Stead, was nee Tippins. She and her husband were converts ; the latter 
lived to see his 100th year. 

Letitia was a granddaughter of Viscount Dillon and cousin to Baron 
Ffrench. Her mother was a Catholic. Letitia, after a long lapse, died re 
conciled to the Church. Her son, Charles Dillon Thomas, was baptized as 
a Protestant, but was received into the Church 1889 ; so also was his wife 
Susanna nee Bisse of the Orchard, Monmouth. 

|| In both cases the last two figures of the A.D. are doubtful. 

CJ Vide Vol. ix. pp. 140, 142. This lady is commemorated in the same 
words, on an adjacent slab of the family of Lewis of Higga. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 235 

Also Elizabeth, Daughter of the above | died Dec. 27 th 1823 | 

Aged 19 years. 
Also Elizabeth Pollard | (Relict of the above Michael Watkins) | 

who died July 12 th 1851 | Aged 85 years.* 

IHS Elizabeth Crutchley ; ob. 1794, set. 34. t 

Sloping incised Latin cross. 
On the south side of the vault of Joseph Bennett of this town, 

pawnbroker. 
Jane wife of Joseph Bennett ; ob. (c.) 1840. 

W. of the church. 
John Saunders ; ob. 9 Mar. 1838. 

On whose soul sweet Jesus have mercy. 

Small headstone. Latin cross. 

In Memory of | William Dikyns | who died Feb. 9 th 1842 | Aged 32 
Years. J 

ROCKFIELD, Monmouthshire. 

This churchyard was the chief burial-place of the Catholics from the 
south part of Monmouth town. 

In the chancel. Latin cross. 

Hie jacent Exuviae Rmi et 111 mi in Christ o | P. D. Matthaei 
Prichard Epi. Myrinesis V.Ap. | Ord. FF. MM. Recoil. Angl. 
Conventus | Duaceni Alumni, S.T.L. Jub. | Vir erat Erudi- 
tionis summae | Doctrinae approbatae | Famae integrae et 
plusquam vulgaris | Vixit omnibus charus | Pauperum et 
afflictorum columen | Flent ejus obitum orphanus et vidua j 
Collachrymantur universim omnes | Nobilis et Ignobilis | 
Dives et Pauper | Quibus aequale Pastoralis Officii Minis- 
terium | Semper exhibuit | In Perthyre multis annis vixit et 
ibidem | Animam Creatori reddidit anno | ^Etatis suae 81 
Rel. 63 Sacer. 57 Ep. 35 | Jub. 13 Die 22 Maii 1750 | R.I.P. 
Flat stone in the chancel. 

Here lieth the body of Michael Lorymer, Gent., who departed 
this life August 28 th , 1750, aged 95. 

Pray God have mercy on his soul. 

Near the churchyard cross. 
IHS Martha Powell ; ob. 1778, set. 87. 

Mary Williams, her daughter ; ob. 1809, set. 90 ; both of thia 
place. 

* For Michael Watkins see Vol. i. p. 288 &c., and Vol. ix. pp. 135, 141 
&o. His widow, Elizabeth (dau. of Philip Prosser by his wife Ann Stephens), 
married secondly Nathaniel Pollard, a Protestant from Yorkshire, with issue 
daughters who were brought up Catholics. 

t Vide Vol. ix. p. 141. 

J Emilia Dykins was married to Evan Davies at the Catholic chapel 
11 May 1846. She was a Catholic. 

Bishop Prichard was buried in the chancel. The stone was taken up 
from the chancel floor by a late Vicar, but replaced (under the communion 
table) at the earnest instance of the Rev. Thomas Abbott, Rector of the 
Catholic mission of Monmouth. See Vol. ix. p. 165. 



236 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

From the south porch, eastward. 

IHS John Wat kins, of this parish ; ob. 1806, set. 48. 
Jane His wife ; ob. 1826, set. 72. 
Three children, infants. 

[A verse of poetry.] 

IHS John Rosser, of this parish ; ob. 1772, set. 49. 
Mary his wife ; ob. 1804, set. 92. 

IHS Ann Stych, daughter of John and Elizabeth Wat kins ; ob. 
1809, sBt. 22. 

IHS John Watkins, of Monmouth ; ob. 12 Nov. 1811, set. 67. 
May he rest in peace. 

Small headstone dose to the porch. Incised Latin cross 
J. W. ; 1806. 
J. W. ; 1826. 

IHS William Price, carpenter ; ob. 1826, set. 82. 
Frances his wife ; 1841, set. 80. 

IHS William Morgan ; ob. 1838, set. 70. 

West of the south porch. 

John Roberts, gent., of this parish ; ob. 1743, set. 

Elizabeth wife of John Sheldon and daughter of the above ; ob. 

1779, t. 60. 
Also the said John Sheldon ; ob. 1799, set. 101. 

Back to back with, but not touching, the last, and facing east. 

Inscribed entirely in script capitals, lightly incised. 
IHS HERE LYETH THE BODY OF ANNE THOMAS 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE NOVEMBER THE 

IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 1736. 

IHS Anne wife of James Rosser ; ob. 1786, set. 54. 
James Rosser ; ob. 1815 [or 1816], set. 81. 

West of porch. Incised Latin cross. 
Here lieth y e Body of Thomas Lenard he died Dec r y e 17, 1746. 

loveing 

he was beloved both 

A nth-cent, headstone deeply imbedded, with a small incised cross 
at top of the side facing west. No inscription visible on either side. 

WELSH NEWTON, Herefordshire. 

This churchyard was long the chief burial-place for the Catholics of 
the northern part of Monmouth town. 

Around the platform of the ancient churchyard cross is a group of 
Catholic tombstones, the most noteworthy being that of the Ven. John 
Komble, priest, executed at Hereford for the Faith. His memorial is an 
oblong slab of the local red sandstone, very slightly raised above the ground, 
against the west side of the platform above-mentioned, with the head to 
the east. The slab has bevelled edges. Two incised lines extend for a 
short distance inwards from the top corners, and terminate in an outward 
spiral curve. Between the two is the inscription ; below which the space 



CATHOLIC MEMOBIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 237 

is occupied by a " cross of Calvary," or long cross with three gradients, 
carved in outline. The slab is cracked across the middle, and was mended 
long ago with two iron clamps. To this grave pilgrimages have yearly 
been made since the martyr s death. On every such occasion it is decked 
with flowers. The inscription (badly re-cut a few years ago), is as follows : 

I K | Dyed the 22 th | of August | Anno Do: 1679. 

The second grave north of the above is a stone slab lying flat. 
The inscription is extremely faint. I deciphered it 22 August 1903. 
The words of the prayer are very roughly cut, apparently not by a 
mason. The family is Scudamore of Treworgan. 

IHS Here lieth the body of Mary | the Wife of Henry Scudamore | 
Gent, died July the 15, 1708 | Aged 51 | Also of their three 
Children viz | Ambrose who died April 28 5 1697 | Aged .... 
Weeks | Anne who died May 9 th 1699 | Aged .... Weeks 
And | Eliz th who died Dec. 29, 1707 | Aged 2 Months. 

[A heart incised in double outline.] 

Also of the said Henry Scudamore who died | April 19, 1737 
Aged 84 Years. 

Requiescant in pace. 

Also of James Scudamore | their Son Gen. who died | March y e 
21, 1717 Aged 55 years. 

Near the martyr s grave, on the west, is a headstone carved with the 
raised outline of a heart, within which is an unintelligible inscription. The 
heart is surmounted by an incised equilinear cross. Though the inscription 
is fairly clear, and I have made many attempts, in various lights, to decipher 
if, I have to confess myself unable to do so. It commences with the initials 
TG, or TC, followed by three short lines of a mixed script, and concluding 
with what looks like the Arabic numerals 1714 which would be about the 
date of the monument. The whole is certainly the grave of a Catholic. 

South of the cross, close to the martyr s grave. 
Helen wife of John Watldns ; ob. 24 Mar. 1721-2, set. 81.* 

IHS Mary wife of James Roberts ; ob. 14 June 1739, ret. 64. 
IHS James Roberts ; ob. 26 May 1744, get. 62. 

Requiescant t in pace. 

IHS Anne wife of Charles Harris ; ob. 9 May 1752, t. 41. 
IHS Elizabeth wife of James Howells ; ob. 15 May 1798, set. 36. 

Vault, east of the church. 

William Lambert ; ob. 27 Feb. 1806, set. 80. 
IHS Winifred his wife ; ob. 30 Apr. 1809, set. 81. 
IHS Margaret wife of John Green ; ob. 31 Mar. 1812, set. 30. 
Anna Teresa, daughter ; ob. 2 Apr. 1812, set. two months. 

South of the churchyard cross. Incised cross. 
Joseph Prichard ; ob. 6 Apr. 1826, set. 65. 

* Of the Church Farm. Her name appears on the latest Recusant 
Rolls. 

f [nc] Referring also to his wife, the said Mary. 



238 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

Close to the last, apparently a relative. Incised Latin cross. 
Mary Hughes ; ob. 2 Mar. 1828, set 82. 

Latin cross. 

Sarah Ann, dau. of Thomas and Ann Rvder ; ob. 8 June 1860, 
set. 15. 

Thomas Ryder ; ob. 21 Feb. 1877, set. 75. 

Ann his wife, of Waterloo Cottage, near Monmouth ; ob. 1 Oct. 
1876, aet. 67. 

A little north-east of the churchyard cross. The sacred monogram 

surmounted by the cross ; three Passion nails below. 
IHS Here lyeth the Body | of Frances the Wife of | William 
Williams Sen 1 | who Departed this Life | July the 3 1 st An. 
Dom. 1717 | aged 77. [Verses follow.] 

+ John Williams ; ob. 12 July 1771, set. 63. 

" An honest Inoffensive man." 

South of the church. Sloped Latin cross. 
Ellen wife of Stephen Hiscock ; ob. 20 Aug. 1844, set. 45. 

IHS Mary wife of Joseph Rosser ; ob. 28 Jan. 1784, set. 76. 

Joseph Rosser ; ob. 7 July 1791, set. 77. 

Margaret Samuel ; ob. 1 Mar. 1780, set. 11. 

Elizabeth wife of Thomas Samuel ; ob. 29 Apr. 1833, set. 93. 

James Samuel ; ob. 23 June 1834, set. 62. 

IHS Peter Roberts ; ob. 29 May 1822, set. 51. 

Latin cross. 
Amelia Jayne ; ob. 23 Jan. 1895, set. 85. 

R.I.R 
Louisa, her daughter ; ob. 7 Apr. 1895, set. 55. 

Next grave but one south of the churchyard cross. A flat slab. 
IHS Here lieth the Body of Hannah | the wife of Edward 
Philpott | Who departed this life the 30 th | Day of April in 
the Year of our | Lord 1727 And of her Age 62.* 

MICHEL TROY, Monmouthshire. 

Pavement of north aisle. 

Here lyeth the Body of Mary the Wife of John Williams who 
departed this life the two and twentieth day of Aprill Anno 
Domini 1705. 

And here lyeth y e body of John Williams who departed this life 
July the ninth day Anno Domini 1724. 

I + S 

In the Churchyard. Near the cross ; flat stones. 
Here | Lyeth the Body of John | Appletree who departed | this 
Life y 6 20 th day of j february Anno Dom: | 1733 Aged 36. t 

* Edward Philpott of Llangynfil in the parish of Dixton. This was an 
old Catholic family which suffered much for the Faith. They appear in the 
latest Recusant Rolls 

t Vide vol. vii., p. 246. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 239 

[A heart inverted, incised in outline. ] 

Here | Lyeth the Body of Anne | Harris of this Parish Widow 
shee died the 9 th day of July | 1751 Aged 70 years. 



Margaret Sister to y e above | Nam d 
y e 24 th of Sept 176! Aged 71. 



Also Here lieth y e Body of 

Ann Harris who Died 
Also the Body of Jane y e Wife | of William Williams who Died 

the 19 th of Jany 1771 Aged 55. 
John Appletree ; died 30 April 1743. 
IHS Mary his wife ; died 29 January 1757, aged 74. 
Francis Appletree, son of the above ; died 25 December 1769 

aged 63. 

Vault near the cross. 

IHS Catharine Allen ; ob. 27 July 1821, set. 56.* 
John Allin, her husband ; ob. 19 Apr. 1822, set. 60. 
IHS Catharine dau. of John and Catharine Allin ; ob. 8 June 

1823, set. 16. 
Mary Allen ; ob. 19 Feb. 1872, set. 44. 

Next is a recent tomb of members of the Allin family, Protestants. 

Vault adjoining the above. 

Maria dau. of John and Catharine Allin ; ob. 9 Dec. 1799, set. 2 
years and two months. 

[Other names follow. } 

South of the Church. 

John Power of Wraheen co. Kilkenny, Ireland ; ob. 7 Aug. 1841, 
set. 64. 

DIXTON, Monmouthshire. 

Churchyard. Near the south porch. 
Mary Bailey ; ob. 1808, set. 06. 

Latin cross. 

Ann wife of William Bailey ; ob. 1810, set. 66. 
Also the said William Bailey ; ob. 1814, set. 74. f 

South of porch. Latin cross. 

Elizabeth Ann wife of Thomas Croudace ; ob. 1873, set. 33. 
Elizabeth Anne their dau. ; ob. 1873, set. 2 days. 
Elizabeth Thomasina, granddau. ; ob. 1900, inf. 

LLANGATOC VEIBION AVEL, Monmouthshire. 

In the porch. IHS within a wheel-cross. 
[Blanjch Powell, the late wife of Thomas Jones ; ob. 1645. 

IHS Jane, wife of Peter Roberts ; ob. 1775, set. 38. 

In the churchyard. South (under the yew tree). Flat slab. 
IHS In Memory of William Wat kins who died y e 17 th day of 
August 1764 Aged 53 years. May he rest in peace. 

* Vide Vol. iv., pp. 147 (1796) and 1GO (1810). 

f Ann Bailey was a servant in the family of Lorymer of Perthir ( Vide 
Vol. i,, p. 282). 



240 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

Low erect stone at the head of the last. 

IHS In Memory of Jane Wat-kins who Died June y e 8 th 1776 
Aged 1 Year. [Verses.] 

Vault. Flat stone. 
IHS Edward Morgan, late of Baynham, Herefordshire ; ob. 

1847, set. 68. 
IHS M.M. 

Jane Wat kins ; ob. 1797, set. 63. 

Jane wife of John Baker, cabinet maker, of Monmouth, and 

daughter of the above ; ob. 1820, set. 41. 
Also the said John Baker ; ob. 1833, set. 54. 
Also Henry their infant son. 

IHS Mary wife of Edward Morgan ; ob. 1815, set. 42. 
William son of Edward and Anne Morgan ; ob. 1842, set. 18. 

May he rest in peace. 

Edward son of Edward and Mary Morgan ; ob. 1810, set. 9 months. 
" This little babe, which was his friends delight. 
Fell fast asleep and wish d this world good night." 
IHS Edward son of Edward and Anne Morgan ; ob. 1831, set. 

9 months. 
Also Lina their daughter ; ob. 1838, set. 8. 

James Addis of Llanarth ; ob. 1848, set. 59. 
Elizabeth his wife ; ob. 1855, set, 76. 

Latin cross. 

Fanny dau. of Edward and Mary Roberts of the parish of Bryn- 
gwyn ; ob. 1839, set. 4 months. 

IHS John Roberts of Lower Hillstone ; ob. 1819, set. 57. 

" Here lies an honest man, 

Deny it, Envy, if you can ; 

True to his business and his trust, 

Always punctual, always just." 
Jane his widow ; ob. 1843, set. 82.* 

ST. MAUGHAN S, Monmouthshire. 

In the church. Pavement of nave and aisle. Latin cross. 
Underneath this stone lies interred the Remains of Robert Need- 
ham of Hilston, Esq 1 , who died April y e 17 th 1769, Aged 51. t 
Also of Robert and Ann Needham, his father and mother, the 
first of whom died April y e 11, 1720, the latter May y e 20 th 
1720. May they rest in peace. 

IHS Hear lieth the body of Joan Morgan | desed teh 14 of 

March 1693. 
The sacred monogram within a heart surmounted by a cross 

fitchee of 7 points. 
Here lyeth the body of Thomas Turner | who departed this life 

the 29 day | of may Anno Domini 1723. 

* The inscription then names other relatives, 
t Vide Vol. ix., p. 163. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 241 

IHS James Harry departed this life the 29 day of April Adm. 
1688. 

IHS C.S.A. 9. 166 

Chancel floor. 
IHS Here lyeth the body of William Watkins. {circa 1660.] 

IHS T.W. [circa 1640.] 

An illegible inscription^! circa 1640. It is surmounted by the sacred 
monogram, which has been defaced in this and two or three other instances. 

Churchyard. 

IHS James Jones of Monmouth ; ob. 1828, set. 78. 
Also IHS James Jones, son of the above James Jones and Mary 
his wife ; ob. 1839, set. 53. 

A stone removed from its site and resting against the inside of the 

churchyard wall, on the west. 
IHS James, son of James & Mary Jones, and grandson of the 

late Charles Jones of this parish ; ob. 1779, ait. 2. 
Also Elizabeth Jones, daughter of the above ; ob. 1816, set. 39. 

IHS Charles Jones ; ob. 1775, set. 62. 
Jane his wife ; ob. 1811, set. 92. 

IHS Mary wife of John Jones of Tredaughan ; * ob. 1819, set. 21. 
IHS John Jones, late of the Grainge Farm ; ob 1836, set. 83. 
Mary his wife; ob. 1829, set. 73. t 

IHS set. 86 [circa 1790.] 

IHS John Jones ; ob. 1843, set. 69. 
Elizabeth his wife ; ob. 1855, set. 81. 

IHS T U [?] 1800. 

Latin cross. 

James Roberts, late of Coxstone in this parish ; ob. 1859, set. 80. 
May the Lord have mercy upon his soul. 

East of the church. 

In memory of Edward Tyler, an old and faithful servant of the 
Hilston estate for more than 50 years. Obiit 14 July 1857, 
set. 67. His late master, G. Caye, esq., places this stone to 
his memory. 
Also Ann Tyler ; ob. 2 Nov. 1900, set. 83. 

Lord all-pitying, Jesu blest, 
Grant her Thine eternal rest. 

LLANTILIO CROSENY, Monmouthshire. 

In the church. Chancel floor. Slab with a long cross and the 

sacred monogram. 
IHS Anne Powell the widowe | of Thomas Powell of | Penros, 

was bvried the | 21 day of ianuarie | anno Domini 1630 | 

havinge lived 88 years. 

* Tredychan in Llangaran (Vide Vol. ix., p. 162 &c.) 
t Vide Vol. ix., p. 162 &c. 
xii. P 



242 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

IHS Name, and date missing ; only the words " of age 80 " visible. 

Slab with a long cross and the sacred monogram. 

IHS late Wief of Powell was 

bvried August [circa 1700.] 

Memento. 

Slab with a long cross of the same pattern as the above. 

IHS T. P. | ii 19 | 1611. 

Walter Powell of Penrose. [circa 1700.] 

Slab with the arms : Three lioncels rampant. 

IHS Here lyeth Francis Powell of | Killovgh, Gent., only son of | 
William Powell, Gent., & Eleanor his wife. | He was a man 
descended of an | ancient family. His life from his | family 
was not degenerate he | was honestly endow d with an | 
haereditary estate but hee esteemed | that his only wealth w ch 
he had | piously & bountifully bestow d on charity | to y e 
poor, liberality to his friends, & | hospitality to all men. He 
was loving | to every man once beloved & now | lamented by 
all but by none more than | his wife & sister to whom he | 
showed an ardent affection | He had died much too soon 
| had he not lived fit to die | He died March y e 1 1 in y e year of 
our Lord 1697-8* | His age 22. 

IHS Here lieth the Body of | James Prichard Gent, who | Died 
May y e 8 th 1730 | ^tat. 55. 

Slab 7 feet long, with floriated cross, having the sacred monogram 
at the intersection. 

IHS I. P. [circa 1660.] 

Floor of the north chancel aisle. Next to the above. Slab with the 
arms : A chevron between three lioncels rampant. A long 
incised cross has been defaced to give place to the inscription* 
Here also lyeth y e body of James | Powell of Llanlywith, Gent., | 
who died Ivne y e 7 th 1705. 

Let it appeare to all posterity 
An honest Iniur d person here doe lye 
Denying worship to y e triple Crowne 
Reveng d fvlly he was deni d his owne 
Killovgh s Estate his Right to most 

well Knowne. 

The said James Powell left behinde him Rachell his wife, 3 sons 
and 1 daughter, viz, Anthony, John, James, & Mary. 

* This is the grave of a member of an old Catholic family, who had 
conformed to Protestantism. It is given here because it marks an interesting 
though sad episode in that family s history. The rhyming epitaph, probably 
composed by the widow, implies that James Powell had been revengefully 
disinherited on religious grounds. Rachel was a member of the family of 
Hopkins of Ty Isaf, who were strong Protestants. In view of the legal 
position in which Catholics at that time stood, it is probable that the only 
truth in the rhyme is to be found in the last three words of the second line. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 243 

Tablet on the south wall of the north chancel aisle. 
IHS Here lye s the Body | of James Watkins | who died y e 25 th 
day of February Ano Dom: 1721, ^Etat: 31. 

Defunctum lugere licet rectum piumque 
Desine Nam Vivit qui bene vixit ad hue. 

Slab in floor of same aisle. 

IHS 

Resureccio. expectans 
Requiescat in pace. 

Here Lyeth y e Body of | Blanch y e wife of y e s d Tho | mas Watkins, 
Gent., who de | parted this Life y e 2 d day | of Aprill Anno 
Dom: 1707, | Aged 67. | Who left issue 4 sons & | 4 daughters, 
viz., William, | Thomas, John & James, | Alice, Margaret, 
Mary & | Elizabeth. 

Here lyeth the Body | of William Watkins of | Treadam, Gent., 
who departed this life Febru y | the 2 d anno Domini | 1719, 
Aged 55. 

In the churchyard. Headstone close to the churchyard cross. 
IHS Peter Williams : ob. 1750, set. 72. 

IHS Barbara wife of William Price ; ob. 1838, a?t. 46. [The 
third figure in the A.D. may possibly be 5.] 

Table-shaped tomb on the south side. 
IHS Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth the wife of Thomas 

Croft who died November the 10 th 1794 Aged 62 years. 
Also sacred to y e Memory of y e above named Thomas Croft * 

who died November the 11 th 1798 aged 80 years. 

Slab lying flat. Latin cross. 

In memory of | James Croft | of Troy House near Monmouth | who 
died August 3, 1809 aged 52 years. | He was the eldest son of 
Thomas Croft | of this parish, and married in the parish | 
church of Brimpton in the county of Berks | Anne one of the 
four daughters of Charles | Hyde Hyde Esq. of Hyde End 
near Thatcham | in the said county of Berks ; who died 
April | 28, 1828 aged 60 years and was buried in the | Roman 
Catholic Chapel, Pierrepont Street, Bath, | since disused. 

Also | of Charles Herbert Croft | of Newport in this county 
Solicitor | the eldest son of the abovenamed James Croft, | 
and Anne his wife who fell asleep | March 21, 1867, aged 73 
years. 

LLANFAIB CILGOED, Monmouthshire. 

Here is an ancient ruined chapel which was used continuously for Catholic 
worship down to 1679, when it was dismantled by order of the Government. 
It was the subject of a public enquiry in the following year, particulars 
whereof will be found in Vol. ii., p. 303. A Commission out of the Exchequer 
in 1720 found that this chapel was the ancestral burial-place of the Catholic 
family of Croft, whose house was close by. It was also deposed that William 

* Of the family of Croft of Llanfair Cilgoed. 



244 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

Prichard of Plas Ifor, gent., and the children of Robert Andrews of Skenfrith, 
gent., were lately buried there. Robert Needham* of Hilston, gent., stated 
that he (being 70 years of age) lived at the grange house called Llanfair 
Cilgoed f for 10 years prior to 1683. Llanfair was an ancient free chapel, 
and formerly belonged to Turbervile Morgan, esq., grandfather of the defen 
dant Mary Croft, widow. The said chapel, Mr. Needham further deposed, 
is halfway between the top of the mountain called Severney, and Trerhiw 
Cross. (Suit concerning the tithes of the chapelry of Llanfair in the parish of 
Llantilio Croseny. Excheq. Dep. 6 Geo. I., Mich. No. 9.) 

No tombstones were found in the chapel when I visited it in 1903, but 
I picked up two fragments of stone with a letter on each, of the 17th and 18th 
centuries. 

A modern Protestant chapel of ease was built, in 1843, a little distance 
away from the old one. In its cemetery is a headstone with the following 
inscription : 

In Memory^offWilliam, fourth son of Anne { and Turbyville 
Williams, of this parish ; who died 10 February 1886, aged 
93 years. 

Also of Frances, his wife ; died 21 July 1871, aged 78. 

SKENFRITH, Monmouthshire. 
Near the spot where the churchyard cross stood. 
IHS Morgan, [circa 1770.] 

Latin cross. 

William Rosser ; ob. 1791, set. 48. 
James Rosser ; ob. 1829, set. 64. 

IHS Ann dau. of Walwyn Watkins || and Mary his wife ; ob. 

1819, set. 4. 
Also the above Walwyn Watkins ; ob. 1844, set. 50. 

IHS John Rosser. [circa 1830.] 

IHS Roberts, [circa 1830.] 

Latin cross. 

Mary wife of John Price of Rockfield parish ; ob. 1823, set. 44. 
Also the above John Price ; ob. 1831, set. 62. 

IHS William Watkins ; ob. 1831, set. 84. 

In the church. Chancel. 
IHS Thomas Walker, [circa 1660.] 

* Vide Vol. ix., p. 163. 

t " The church of Saint Mary of the cell in the wood." It was a cell to 
Dore Abbey. (Vide Bradney s "Monmouthshire," Vol. i., p. 122, where a 
view of the chapel is given.) 

J Ann, the daughter of Turberville and Ann Williams, was baptized at 
Perthlr by the Catholic priest in 1794. (Vide Vol. i., p. 279.) These people 
were undoubtedly descendants of the ancient families of Turberville, Morgan 
and Croft, all of whom remained Catholic throughout the penal times. 

I am told that children of the family of Vaughan of Glantrothy are 
buried in this cemetery. 

The late Mr. James Rosser, of the New Inn, Skenfrith, a Catholic, told 
me that this and the next tombstone were those of Catholic relatives of his. 
James Rosser was his uncle. Walwyn Watkins used to go to Monmouth to 
Mass. 

|| Vide Vol. ix., p. 157 (1825). 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 245 

North aisle. 

Rice Jones, late of the Wayn ; ob. 7 Mar. 1700, set. 67. 
Ann * his wife ; ob. 4 Aug. 1703, set. 60. IHS 

+ Charles Edwards ; ob. 1712. 

In this aisle is the fine sculptured tomb of John Morgan of the Waun, 
esq., who died in Mary s reign, and his wife Anne (Baker of Abergavenny), 
who died early in Elizabeth s. Their arms are carved, together with the 
prayer Quorum animabus propfcietur Deus being of the period when Catholic 
practices enjoyed a temporary legality. (See Bradney s " Monmouthshire," 
Vol. i., p. 67.) 



DINGASTOW, Monmouthshire. 

In the church. Chancel. Elaborate floriated cross. 
IN + RI. Here lieth the bodies of M r | Walter Probert of Dinges- 
tow | and Elizabeth his wife | who deasesed the 2 day of 
ApriU 1673. 

Sic transit gloria mundi. 

Small brass in the north wall.\ 

Here lyeth lane lones the fovrth | Davghter of lohn lones of 
Treowen | Esqvier, who was borne one S* Phill | ip & lacob 
daye, & dyed vnma^ed | in y e xvi th yere of her age vpon y e 
feast | daye of y e Nativitie of S* Joh: Baptist | in anno 1604. 

Slab in the centre of the pavement ; much worn, especially at the 
head or east end. 

+ In hoc Tumulo conduntur Cineres | Marise [Uxor]is Richardi 
Jones de hac Parochia | Armigeri ex antiqua ac nobili Throg- 
mor | toniorum in Agro Worvicensi stirpe | oriundse | Pientis- 
simi ac suavissimi Ingenii Fsemina | Urbanitate et Comitate 
morum maxime | ornata dum vixit quam plurimum amata | 
post mortem non minus deflefca Occubuit | nono die Februarii 
Anno Salutis 1741. | Unica relicta superstate filia Maria nota | 
Hoc qualecunque Mortal itat is memoriale | carissima Conjuge 
et amabili vitse socia | orbatus posuit Moestissimus Maritus | 
Richardus Jones. 

Requiescat in pace. Amen. 

Churchyard. Altar-shaped tomb close to the cross. 
IHS Turbervile Croft, gent. ; ob. 5 Apr. 1764, set. 69. 
Phebe his wife ; ob. 21 .... 1765, set. 69 years [age doubtful]. 
Thomas son of James and Elizabeth Roberts ; ob. 11 Oct. 
1764, set. six months. 

John their son; ob Nov. 1764, set. 4.J 

IHS 

* She was a Catholic, but her husband was not. (Vide Vol. ix., p. 162.) 
t For facsimile and pedigree see Bradney s " Monmouthshire," Vol. ii. 

p. 69. 

J Turberville Croft of Llanfair Cilgoed, co. Monm,, gent, (vide Vol. ii., 

p. 303), married Phuebe dau. of Thomas Watkin of Cwmyoy, co. Monm., esq. 

Elizabeth Roberts was dau. of Turberville Croft. 



246 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

IHS* James Jones, of the parish of Cwmcarvan ; ob. 1844, 

set. 61. 
IHS Elizabeth wife of James Jones of Cwmcarvan ; ob. 1833, 

set. 48. 
James their son ; ob. 1834, set. 19. 

Latin cross. 
David Watkins ; ob. 1851, set. 55. 

Have pity upon me, have pity upon me, you my friends, for 
the hand of God hath touched me. 

IHS James Watkins, of this parish ; ob. 1831, set. 75. 
Rachel, relict of the above ; ob. 1841, set. 81. 

Jesus have Mercy on us. 

Holy Mary pray for us. 

John Roberts, of this parish ; ob. 1 Aug. 1819, set. 80. 
John son of John and Elizabeth Roberts ; ob. 29 Nov. 1820, 
set. 42. 

IHS James son of James and Susanna Watkins of this parish ; 

ob. 1799, set. 12. 
Thomas, son of the abovenamed James Watkins by Rachel his 

wife ; ob. 1818, get. 28. 

John Smith, of the parish of Tregare ; ob. 1824, set. 57. 
IHS Also James, son of the abovenamed John Smith by 
Elizabeth his wife ; ob. inf. 

Stone said to have been formerly in the church ; now in the 
churchyard. 

IHS Philadelphia the wife of John Roberts, gent., deceased the 
15 th of March Anno 1679. t 

Preparing still herself her to gaine 
heaven with Christ our sovraigne 
In giving alms avoiding strife 
like to a saint she spent her life 
A wife more careful none could be 
descended of the like degree 
ever loveing fayr and kinde 
leaving her husband sad behind 
Poor people now may say farewell- 
here is the place where she doeth dwell 

In she is laid 

and . vertuous mayd. 

* This and the next monogram are of the traditional type, and each is 
on a radiate crown. 

f John Roberts of Pysgodlyn in this parish, gent, (vide Bradney s " Mon 
mouthshire," Vol. ii., p. 63), married Philadelphia dau. of Martin Boothby 
of Treget in Llanrothal, co. Heref., gent She became a Catholic and was 
disinherited by her father. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 247 

PEN-Y-CLAWDD, Monmouthshire. 

Churchyard. 
IHS Elizabeth wife of William Edwards late of the parish of 

Lanishen; ob. 1829, set. 62. 
William Edwards ; ob. 1837, set. 75. 

In the Parish Registers is the following entry: " 1749. Florence Jones 
a (Rom. Cath.) was buried on the 1st November." 

CWMCARFAN, Monmouthshire. 

Churchyard. 

James Morgan, of this parish ; ob. 1850, set. 82. 
Mary his wife ; ob. 1857, set. 82. 

May they rest in peace. 

USK,* Monmouthshire. 

Priory Church. Slab in the pavement of the west porch, near 
small door ; almost covered by heaps of cinders and rubbish. 
IHS John Howells, of this town ; ob. 1767, set. 27. 
" Farewell, dear Wife," &c. 

Churchyard. Recently erected monument near the west porch. 

IHS James George, gent., of this town ; ob. 26 Mar. 1785, 

aet. 66. 
Mary his wife ; ob. 18 Mar. 1802, set. 79. 

Sweet Jesus have mercy 

Requiescant in pace. 

Robert Francis Woollett, of this town, surgeon ; ob. 1835, set. 46. 
Elizabeth his widow ; ob. Newport 1865, set. 76. 
+ Michael Burns ; ob. 1888, aet. 24. 

Requiescat in pace. 

IHS t Elizabeth wife of James Jones of this town, joiner ; ob. 

1863, aet. 76. 
Also the above James Jones ; ob. 1864, set. 75. 

Close to the north-west angle of the west porch is a plain and massive 
slab of grey stone. No inscription is now visible, and the stone is fractured 
across the middle. It bears faint traces of ornamental carving, and of the 
shaft of a long cross. 

This is traditionally regarded by the local Catholics as the grave of the 
Ven. David Lewis, S.J., alias Charles Baker, who was executed at Usk in 
1679 for alleged complicity in the bogus " Popish plot." 

In 1889 I was told that this grave was still cleaned and decorated every 
year, by an aged Catholic Irishwoman of Usk, on the 27th of August the 
anniversary of the martyrdom. 

In the year 1904 the tradition had grown faint, and I took steps to renew 
it before it should expire. The following are portions of letters written by 
the Rev. Isidore Heneka, priest in charge of the mission of Usk, and the late 
Rev. Thomas Burgess Abbot, for over 50 years rector of the Monmouth 
mission : 

* Copied 1900, checked 1901. 

f This is a monogram of the old traditional type, not Gothic, 



248 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

In a letter dated 24 Aug. 1901, to the late Mrs. Elizabeth Mary Theresa 
Stuart (nee Addis), of Monmouth, the Rev. Mr. Abbot wrote as follows : 

Father Baker (or Lewis), S.J., martyred at Usk in August 

1679 and buried in the church yard, where the present gravel walk passes 
from the street to the church door, and about 10 paces from the door of the 
church as old Mr. McDonnell of Usk pointed out to me where, as a boy, he 
had seen the " square stone " marking the grave of the Popish Recusant. 
He told us also that he was pointed out the part of the " island " on the other 
side of the Usk, as the place of his martyrdom. 

USK, 18 Feb. 1904. 
Dear Mr. Matthews, 

* * * * 

I am afraid that we shall never be at a certainty as to Ven. Father Lewis 
grave. I have searched the whole churchyard to find a stone with an in 
scription, without result. 

We can only go by tradition. The old people of Usk, Catholic and 
Protestant alike, point out the grave at the left corner next the porch. The 
stone is broken, but without any sign of inscription, right or left. 

* * * * 

I. HENEKA. 

USK, 13 April 1905. 

Dear Mr. Matthews, Today I had removed the broken gravestone of 
the supposed grave of the Ven. David Lewis, S.J., near the west porch of 
Usk parish church. I found under it some broken pieces of a gravestone 

with the inscription " April 18 aged 62 " ; 

and a full-sized stone halfway under the priest s, with the words " Mary 

Low * of this town 1721. IHS." I also found 

in the same spot a small bone which evidently got there when they made 
some alterations in the church and reburied remains taken from there. Strange 
that local tradition has not kept up the grave ! 

* * * * 

I. HENEKA. 

Closely contiguous with the martyr s supposed gravestone, on the north, 
is a similar recumbent slab having at the top a coat-of-arms in low relief, 
with esquire s helm, crest and mantlings, thus : 

Arms : A cross between four fleur-de-lis (Richmond of cos. Bucks, 
and Wilts.) Crest : A broken tilting -spear, the two pieces erect 
and slanting, respectively, both encircled by a ducal coronet. 

" Here lyeth the body of William Richmond of Lanbadock, Gent., 
who Deceased . ". 1728." 

The inscription is all but obliterated, and was deciphered with great 
difficulty. 

It would appear from the evidence of Father Heneka s letter of 1905, 
that the stone traditionally regarded as that of the Ven. David Lewis was 
removed to its present site some years later than 1721. 

J. H. Clark, " Reminiscences of Monmouthshire " (Usk, 1908), says : 
" Until 1830 the stone over the grave bore the words Popish Recusant. 
They have now become effaced." It is highly improbable that the martyr s 
epitaph contained such a description of him ; nor does it appear which stone 
Mr. Clark is referring to. Brother Foley s " Records of the English Province 
S.J.," Vol. v., p. 929, says the holy priest s body was " interred in the porch " 
of the church. This is the statement made by most writers as to Father 

* Vide Vol. vii., p. 253. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 249 

David Lewis resting-place. Mr. Robert Rickards, however, in his mono 
graph on the " Church and Priory of Saint Mary, Usk " (London, 1904), says : 
" His remains were buried close to the west porch of the church, the stone 
over his grave, with the words Popish Recusant, being visible until the 
year 1830." 

After studying the question carefully for years, my own belief is that 
the martyr lies buried in the west porch, and that his gravestone was ousted 
from its original site sometime early in the 19th century when the pavement 
of the porch was repaired. 

Usk Catholic Cemetery.* 
William Williams, of Usk ; ob. 6 Sept. 1879, set. 60. 

Michael Williams of Tredunnock ; ob. 31 May 1875, set. 79. 
Mary, his wife ; ob. 14 Oct. 1881, set. 77. 

William Davis ; ob. 20 Nov. 1869, set. 62. 
Michael Joseph Dalton ; ob. 6 Apr. 1871, set. 46. 

Hie iacet Samuel Fisher, O.S.B., per 35 annos Capellanus apud 
Llanarth ; ob. 14 Jan. 1875, set. 84. 

Francis McDonnell, Esq., late of this place and principal founder 

of this church ; ob. 4 June 1860, set. 70. 
Ann, widow of the above ; ob. 25 Dec. 1874, set. 86. 

Mary Josephine McDonnell ; born 12 Oct. 1860, died 20 Nov. 
1883. 

Ann, wife of Thomas Scully ; ob. 5 Jan. 1866, get, 54. 

David Lambe, Esq.,; ob. 25 Dec. 1855, set. 78 ; fourth son of 

Lacon Lambe, Esq., of Henwood, co. Heref., and his wife 

Elizabeth, dau. of John Berington of Winsley. 
Susanna, wife of Charles Blount of Usk, Solicitor ; ob. 12 Jan. 

1866, t. 67. 
Charles Edward Blount, son of the above ; born 21 March 1835, 

died 19 Jan. 1852. 
Lilian Mary, second dau. of Jfohn] Maitland Watkins and Frances 

his wife ; born 17 Jan. 1887, died 18 Jan. 1887. 

LLANDENNY, Monmouthshire. 

Churchyard. South side. [Slab flat on ground, lettering shallow 

and worn.] 

+ IHS 29th day of May Anno 1740 Elizabeth Wife of William 
Proger of this Parish Died at the Time Above said Being 
63 Years old. 

R-E-A-D-E-R 

Ever be Mindful of thy End 
Forbear all 111 thy Life amend. 

Ann wife of William Pearce of Shirenewton ; ob. 1829, set. 29. 
-4- IHS Also Elizabeth wife of James Parry of this parish ; ob. 
4 July 1852, set. 46. 

* This graveyard lies immediately east of the church of Saint Francis 
Xavier, Porth-y-carn Street. 



250 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

Incised cross. 
Sacred to the memory of Captain W. 0. Stock of Shepton Mallet 

in the county of Somerset who died Sep. 6, 1836 Aged 59 

Years. 
Also in Memory of Frances Theresa Relict of the above Captain 

W. O. Stock, who departed this life April 14, 1862 Aged 98 

Years. 

LLANGOVEN, Monmouthshire. 

In the, church. 

Here lyeth interred the body of John Ayleworth gent.* who 
deceased the tenth day of November anno Domini 1681. 
Morior ut vivam. 

The sacred monogram within a circle. 

Here allso lyeth the body of John Ayleworth gent, father to the 

abovesaid John Ayleworth w T ho died the 22th January 1660. 

And here also lyeth Martha Ayl. his wife who died the 20 of 

October 1669. 

Here under lyeth the body of Ane Ayleworth wife of Ihon Ayle 
worth gent, who died on the 16 day of Jan vary afio Dom 
1689. 

The sacred monogram within a circle. 
Vnder this stone 
interred doth ly 
The mirror of all parts 
For her charitie 
Religion was her rvle 
Christ was her gvide 
A vertuous life shee ledd 
And so shee died. 

Slab in the porch pavement. 

Here Lyeth y e Body of Anne Williams of this parrish who De 
parted this Life y e 25 th day of October Anno Domini 1736. 
Aged 36. 

A heart reversed between two Greek crosses, all 
incised. 

LLANGYFYW (Llangeview), Monmouthshire. 

In the pavement of the chancel, just below the altar steps, is a slab 
bearing a large and highly floriated cross, in the centre of which is 
the sacred monogram. Across the foot is the inscription. 

W.E.G. 1595. 

PENALLT, Monmouthshire. 
Slab in the chancel pavement. A long plain incised Latin cross 

with the initials C Pt in the upper angles, and the date 1622 at 

the top. 

* All these are Ayleworth of Trecastell in this parish, 
t Perhaps Charles Probert of the Argoedt 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 251 

SAINT ARYAN S, Monmouthshire. 

IHS Mary wife of John Taylor of this parish ; ob. 1837, set. 40. 
Also Thomas their son ; ob. 1837, set. 6. 
Nil desperandum. 

CHAPEL HILL,* Monmouthshire. 

Coffin-shaped slab in the churchyard, east of the chancel, inscribed : 

In the Lord put I my trust. 

1615 

R G 

Latin cross below. 

CHEPSTOW, Monmouthshire. 

In the church. West end of nave. Slab in the pavement. 
Sarah dau. of Mr. John Gosling, of this town, mariner ; ob. 1725, 

set. 16. 
Martha dau. of William Evans, of this town, " Belfounder," and 

Elizabeth his wife, dau. to Mr. John Gosling ; ob. 17 . . . 
Mr. John Gosling; ob. 17[41].f 
Sarah 

In the churchyard. Close to the church on the N. side. 
Winifred wife of Edward Jones ; ob. 1756, set. 64. 

Latin cross. 
Requiem seternam dona ei Domine Et Lux seterna luceat ei. 

Requiescat in pace. Amen. 
Martha Jones ; ob. 1785. 
Edward Jones senior ; ob. 1761, set. 65. 
Eliza dau. of Thomas Davis ; ob. 1774, set. 4. 

Requiem (cfcc., with cross, as above). 

Edward son of the aforesaid Edward and Winifred Jones ; ob. 
1793, set. 65. 

South side. Latin cross. 
James O Leary ; ob. 1853, set. 52. 
James his son ; ob. 1855, set. 18. 

TREDYNOG (Tredunnock), Monmouthshire. 

In the churchyard. Vault near the chancel south door. 

Latin cross. 
IHS William Williams of the Great House; ob. 15 Dec. 

1830, set. 76. 
Mary his wife ; ob. 13 Aug. 1846, set. 80. 

* The parish in which Tintern Abbey is situate. The initials on the tomb 
are perhaps for Richard Gwyn of the Abbey House, great-grandson of the 
Abbot s Bailiff. 

tWill of John Gosling of Chepstow, cooper. 1741. To be bur. in Lari- 
goven church (vide ante, p. 250). Lands of Trecastle. co. Monm , bequeathed 
to me by my uncle John Ailworth late of Trecastle. Lands in various parishes 
of co. Monm. to my friend William Evans of Chepstow, bellfounder, in trust. 
My aunt Elizabeth Ailworth late of Trecastle. 3 to be distributed among 
12 poor Gatholicks. Thomas Walters of Chepstow, c erk, trustee. 



CATHOLIC MEMOBIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

Williams, gent., of the Great House ; ob. 17 Nov. 1867, 

set. 77. 

Flat slab. 
IHS Thomas Nicholas Williams; ob. Newport 4 Sep. 1849, 

set. 30. R.I. P. 

(Plain Latin cross in relief inscribed with sacred monogram and 
initials of the petition, below the epitaph.) 

Flat slab. Latin cross. 
IHS Emma wife of William Williams of Caerleon ; ob. 22 

Feb. 1871, set. 45. R.I.P. 

Also William Williams ; ob. 3 Oct. 1900, set. 74. R.I.P. 
(The cross, above the epitaph, consists of five separate squares, of 
which the central one is inscribed with the sacred monogram.) 
Flat slab, the, lettering almost effaced. Latin cross. 

IHS Elizabeth wife of Williams of Usk ; ob. 

1851, set 

LLANARTH, Monmouthshire. 

8. W. of the churchyard. 

IHS In memory of the Rev. Edward Jones of the Pitt * Llanarth 
who died March 4 th 1799 in the 53 d year of his age. Sincerely 
lamented by a numerous circle of friends particularly by 
those over whom he presided as pastor. Which office he 
filled during a period of 23 years with every qualification 
necessary to adorn that exalted & dignified character. 
Requiescat in pace. Amen. 

IHS Of your charity pray for the repose of the soul of Mary 
Jane widow of the late John William Morgan of Clytha who 
died Sep. 9^ 1892 aged 73 years. R.I.P. 

Gloria in excelsis Deo. In loving memory of John William Morgan 
of Clytha who died November the 29 th 1882 aged 65 years. 
Thy will be done. R.I.P. 

Gloria in excelsis Deo. Sacred to the memory of William Aloysius 
son of John and Mary Morgan of Clytha. Died Feb. 19, 1873 
in his 21 st year. R.I.P. 

IHS Here lyeth the Body of Frances t Hall who departed this 
Life the 10 th J day of March in the year of our Lord 1730 
And of her age 71. 

IHS Thomas Dadford, of Crickhowell, engineer ; ob. 1801, 
set. 18. || 

IHS Walter Lewis, of this parish ; ob. 1816, set. 86. 

Also Anne his second wife ; ob. 1814, set. 61. 

* Vide Vol. ix., p. 136. 

tJFrancis in Bradney s " Monmouthshire." 

J 9th ibid. 

hiafibid. 

II 40 ibid. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 253 

IHS Mary, wife of Philip Lewis senior, of Orchard Farm in the 

parish of Ragland ; ob. 1831, set. 82. 
Also the said Philip Lewis ; ob. 1832, set. 92. 

The. Jones vault, a large area railed in, paved with IHS stones, very 
numerous and many impossible to be read from 
outside the railing. 

Sacred monogram with a very tall Latin cross over the middle letter. 
IHS I S Tudor ; ob. 1813, set. 41 [? age]. 
Also Blanch, wife of I S Tudor ; ob. 1822, set. 53. 
[Railed vault, upright stone.} 

IHS Joseph Beaumont ; ob. 1820, inf. 
Also William Beaumont ; ob. 1832, inf. 

IHS Thomas Pirson, of the parish of Ecton Bridge in Yorkshire, 
and late of Great House in this parish ; ob. 1836, set. 58. 

Latin cross. 

Joseph Thomas ; ob. 1860, set. 74. 
Also Elizabeth his widow ; ob. 1872, set. 79. 

Close to the churchyard cross. Stone with long incised floriated 

cross. 

IHS Here lyeth the body of William Watkins who deceased 
the last day of November 1681 who left behind him his 
loving wife . . . . n and four children William John Thomas 
Jane. 

(Higher up the same stone, later inscription.) 
John Watkins 1758 aged 60. 

Close to the cross. Latin cross. 
Mary Williams, ob. 1724. [Further inscription illegible.] 

South of the church. Close to the porch, on the E. Latin cross. 
Margaret daughter of William and Ann Morgan of Clitha ; ob. 

1829, set. 2. 

Also the said William Morgan ; ob. 1840, set. 55. 
Also the said Ann Morgan ; ob. 1868, set. 84. 

R.I.P. 

IHS Mary daughter of John and Mary Jane Morgan of Clytha ; 

ob. 1855, set. 2. 

Also John Morgan ; ob. 1855, inf. 
Also John Baptist Morgan ; ob. 1862, inf. 
IHS Illegible 18-century inscription on a flat stone. 
IHS Charles son of William and Mary Lewis of the parish of 

Llanthewy Rytherch ; ob. 1843, set. 4. 
IHS Elizabeth and Ann twin daughters of William and Mary 

Evans of the Hamlet of Clytha ; ob. 1767, set. two weeks. 

Adjoining the south porch on the east is a stone lying flat, which bears 
an illegible inscription in Lombardic lettering around the margin. It has 
been used in the 17th century for another inscription, of which I can only 
read " Gent." and the concluding initials : 

B. P. D. 



254 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

South of the church. 

Michael son of Michael and Mary Lewis of this parish ; ob. 1795. 
Also Mary and Michael Lewis, twins ; ob. 1796, set. 2 days. 
Also Michael Lewis of this parish ; ob. 1829, set. 69. 
Also Mary his daughter ; ob. 1817, set. 11. 
Also Mary his wife ; ob. 1830, set. 87. 

Requiescant in pace. 

IHS Mary wife of Thomas Evans of Abergavenny ; ob. 1829, 

set. 53. 
Also Thomas Evans ; ob. 1834, set. 63. 

IHS John Lewis of this parish ; ob. 1770, set. 65. 
Also Thomas Evans 

Vault with low flat stone broken. 
IHS 17 

IHS Jane Woolley, ob. 1817, set. 93. She was for 22 years in 
her earlier life a faithful and affectionate nurse in the family 
of Llanarth and this tablet is inscribed to her pious memory 
by one of those she fondly nursed. 

Christian wayfarer pray devoutly for her soul. 

Also Thomas Woolley her husband ; ob. 1819, set. 77. 

IHS Florence Jones of Llanarth ; ob. 1807, set. 11. 
Also Ann Jones [stone all broken]. 

South-east of the church. 

IHS Elizabeth daughter of William and Mary Lewis of the 
parish of Llanthewy Rydderch ; ob. 1852, set. 17. 

IHS William Lewis ; ob. 1865, set. 71. R.I.P. 
Also Mary his wife ; ob. 1874, set. 73. 

Latin cross. 
Eliza Ann daughter of James and Cordelia Lewis of Clytha ; ob. 

1866, set 

Also Thomas Arthur, their son ; ob. 1869. 

Cordelia wife of James Lewis ; ob. 1898, set. 70. 

R.I. P. James Lewis of the Hamlet of Clytha ; ob. 1888, set. 61. 
On whose soul sweet Jesus have mercy. 

Latin cross. 

Of your charity pray for the soul of Mary Anne Williams, who 
died 1860, aged 70. 

Have pity on me, have pity on me, 
at least you my friends, 
for the hand of the Lord hath touched me. 
Also William Williams ; ob. 1872, inf. 

Celtic cross. 

Here lieth the body of General Sir Arthur Herbert, K.C.B. ; 
died Nov. 24th 1897, aged 77. R.I.P. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 256 

Stone with brasses. Latin cross. 

Hie iacet Herbertus Giraldus Herbert films Joannis Jones de 
Llanarth Armigeri et vxoris eius Dominse Henriettse Arthur! 
Comitis de Fingall filise. Natus die ix Feb. A.D. Mdcccxxvj. 
Obiit die xvj Julij A.D. Mdccclij. [Herbert arms, with a mullet 
for difference.] 

Pie Jesu Domine dona ei requiem sempiternam. 

IHS Peter Walsh ; ob. 1847, set. 77. He was for 30 years butler 
at Llanarth Court and was a truly honest and good servant. 

May he rest in peace. 
Out of the depths have I cried unto thee o Lord. [Very faint. ] 

IHS Peter Quade ; ob. 1842, set. 70. An honest truthful servant 
in the family of Llanarth Court. 

Requiescat in pace. [Very faint.] 

Latin cross. 

Thomas Burt ; ob. 1844, set. 68. And Jane his wife ; ob. 1859, 
set. 72. Both for 30 years the faithful servants of William 
Jones of Clytha Esq re by whom this tablet is erected. 
May they rest in peace. 

Latin cross. 

James Burt ; ob. 1879, set. 58. For 35 years the faithful servant 
of William Herbert Esq. of Clytha by whom this monument 
is erected. May he rest in peace. 

IHS William son of James and Elizabeth Cowles of the hamlet 
of Clytha ; ob. 1849, set. 21. 

Latin cross. 
John son of William and Alice Cowls of the parish of Brungwin ; 

ob. 1801, set. 2. 

Also Richard their son ; ob. 1808, set. 2. 
Also the said William Cowles ; ob. 1824, set. 66. 

Latin cross. 

Mary wife of Thomas Adcock ; ob. 1858, set. 31. 
Also Thomas Adcock ; ob. 1871, set. 54. 

On whose souls sweet Jesu have mercy. R.I. P. 

Llanarth church. 

IHS Here lies the Body of Florence the wife of John Jones of 
Llanarth Court Esquire who Departed this Life the 23 rd 
of December 1763 aged 60 years. 

May she rest in peace. 

Here lieth the Remains of Miss Ann Jones daughter of John Jones 
Esq. of Llanarth she died July 9 th 1781 aged 56. 

Here lyethe the body of Phillip Prichard who departed this life 

[c. 1680]. [Wheel-cross, the upper portion cut off, with part of 

an inscription of the ISth century.] 
Here also lieth the body of Mary the Wife of John Prichard of 

this Parish who departed this Life y e 7 th day of March 1778 

aged 35 years. IHS 



256 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

Sacred monogram, and a Greek cross within a circle having a 

serrated circumference, 

IHS William deceased 

[Effigies of two children. \1th century. On the tower -arch step at 

the west end of the church.] 

There was formerly in this church a monument : 
IHS Mary dau. of Francis Hall of Hadnock and Mary his wife ; 
ob. 16 April 1725. R.I.P. 

BRYNGWYN, Monmouthshire. 

IHS William son of John and Elizabeth Davies of this parish ; 

ob. 1858, set. 8. 
Also John Davies of this parish ; ob. 1859, get. 19. 

IHS Ann wife of John Davis of this parish ; ob. 1834, set. 30. 
Also the said John Davis ; ob. 1839, set. 56. 

Latin cross. 
Joseph son of Joseph and Mary Hall of this parish ; ob. 1845, 

set. 3. 

Also Mary wife of Joseph Hall ; ob. 1855, set. 59. 
Also William son of Joseph and Mary Hall ; died at Chapel Farm, 

Clytha, 1882, set. 58. 

IHS Gloria in excelsis Deo. Thomas son of Andrew Bourne of 

this parish; ob. 1824, set. 11. 
Also Mary, Maryann and Appalonia, daughters of the above; 

ob. inf. 

Requiescant in pace. 

IHS Ann daughter of Thomas and Mary Keys ; ob. 1844, set. 17. 

Also the said Mary Keys ; ob. 1862, set. 62. 

Also the said Thomas Keys ; ob. 1862, aet \Very faint.] 

IHS Jane, widow of Richard Arthur of Clytha ; ob. 1871, set. 85. 
(Also his daughters, to 1894.) 

IHS Daniel O Leary ; ob. 18 

Latin cross. 
Ann wife of Daniel O Leary of Bryngwyn ; ob. 1877, a?t. 74. 

LLANOVER,* Monmouthshire. 

In the churchyard, close to the south wall of the chancel, is a stone 
with its head to the east and the top broken off, lying flat on the ground. 
It bears a rude floriated cross in outline, in the top of which is incised a Latin 
cross with its upper limb furcated in two downward curves. The date would 
be about 1700. Probably this is the grave of a priest. 

* Llanover House and lands were the property of the Hon. Augusta 
Herbert of Llanover, relict of the late John Arthur Edward Herbert, Esq., 
of Llanarth, and mother of General Sir Ivor John Caradoc Herbert of 
Llanarth, Bart., C.B., M.P., a member of this Society. This eminent and 
much lamented lady, so well known for her devotion to the Catholic cause in 
Wales, died 3 November 1912, while these pages were going through the 
press, and was buried at Llanover. R.I.P. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 257 

East of the chancel, close against the south corner, is a recumbent oblong 
stone. It has an incised border and a band of two incised lines across the 
middle. In the upper compartment is the sacred monogram with a rather 
large cross, and within the band are the initials and the date but the latter 
is effaced. I discovered this stone 11 Oct. 1897, by removing the thick 
growth of grass and moss which covered it. 

IHS 
I W 

[circa 1700.] 

ABERGAVENNY, Monmouthshire. 

In the north-west corner of the close of the Priory Church is the base 
of the churchyard cross. Many Catholics are buried near it, in conformity 
with their traditional custom. 

IHS William Watkins ; ob. 1849, set. 62. 

Sarah his wife ; ob. 1851, set, 67. 

Mary wife of William Watkins of this town, innholder ; ob. 

^1816, set. 26. 

Elizabeth dau. of William Watkins ; ob. 1825, set. 3. 
Frances ; ob. 1834, get. 8. 
Eliza ; ob. 1831, eat. 4. 
Rebecca ; ob. 1855, set. 39. 

May they rest in peace. 

IHS Mary wife of Joseph Williams ; ob. 1849, get. 65. 
Also the above Joseph Williams ; ob. 1851. 

IHS Maximilian Kaltenbach, a native of Baden ; ob. 1853, 
set. 38. 

May he rest in peace. 

Towards the middle of the close. 

IHS * Thomas Jones ; born 1789, died 1847. 

Ecclesiastieus XI. 

Mary his wife ; born 1781, died 1867. 
The following 12 stones are adjacent to each other, side by side, 

from left to right. 
Margaret wife of William Watkins, carpenter ; ob. 1808, set. 83. 

IHS Also Susanna their daughter ; ob. 1809, set. 35. 
IHS Catherine Mary Worthy Warwick ; ob. 1828, set. 68. 
Alethea Mahon ; ob. 1834, set. 46. 

IHS Michael Hansby,t Esq. ; ob. 1829, aged 80. 

Eliza Ann Overt on ; ob. 1883 at Watt on Mount, Brecon ; widow 

of the late George Overtoil, Esq., and dau. of the above 

Michael Hansby. 

R.I.P. 

* The sacred monogram in this instance has the small cross under (instead 
of over) the H, perhaps signifying that only the wife was a Catholic. 

f And see next page, 
xii Q 



258 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

Stone lying flat, its surface much peeled. The inscription will soon 
(1895) be illegible. 

IHS 

Hie iacet Corpus R dl A. P. F. Dionisii 
Burne,* S. O. FF. Minorum Sacerdotis 
Cujus Animse Misereatur Deus. 
Obiit die 31 Octobris Anno 1779. 
R.I.P. 

An upright stone at the head of the last. 
IHS Sarah wife of James Price ; ob. 1817, set. 32. 
Jane their infant dau. ; ob. 1818. 

IHS Patrick O Leary. After a tedious and Severe illness Which 
he Sustained with chearful Submission to the Appointment of 
God he departed this life on the 24 day of October 1820 
Aged 52 Years. 

Dove and olive-branch. 

Miss Ann Teresa Durtnall ; ob. 1828. R.I.P. 
Miss Margaret Durtnall ; ob. 1830. R.I.P. 

IHS M rs Mary Wynter, daughter of William Wynter, Esq, 
of the parish of Lanvihangel Tally in Com. Brecon. Dyed 
17 .... [circa 1750.] R.I.P. 
Arthur Williams ; ob. 1774, set. 14. 

The next stone has its inscription all worn away, except the word 

"Wife." 

Latin cross. 

James son of John and Phoebe Price ; ob. 1825, inf. 
James Price ; ob. 1827, inf. 
The above Phoebe Price ; ob. 1838, set. 55. 
The above John Price ; ob. 1844, set. 56. 

IHS By this be thoa conqueror. 

Ann Jones, youngest dau. of William Jones ; ob. 1827, set. 19. 
May she rest in peace. 

IHS Albertine Marie Louise Celeste Poix Durieux, eldest dau. 

of Pierre Poix Durieux and Mary his wife ; ob. 1825, set. 11. 

Requiescat in pace. 

Agatha Marie Constance Poix Durieux ; ob. 1830, set. 2. 
George Sharp of Surrey ; ob. 1834. 
+ Mary Anne wife of Michael William Hansby, surgeon, and dau. 

of the above ; ob. 1852, set. 45. 

Requiescat in pace. 

Mary Ann, her infant daughter ; ob. 1852. 
William Watkins, watch and clock maker ; ob. 1822, set. 52. t 

* The Rev. Father Denis Byrne, of the Franciscan Friars Minor, was in 
charge of the mission of Abergavenny. 

t Descended from the ancient and Recusant family of Watkins, who 
were hereditary bellringers of the parish church of Llanfihangel-cwm-du, 
co. Brecon. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 259 

John Burt Mallowny ; ob. 1814, set. 30. 
IHS Ann Mallowny ; ob. 1825, set. 83. 

IHS Frances Powell ; ob. 1808, get. 87. [Age doubtful] 
Jane Powell, her dau. ; ob. 1824, set. 62. 
Catherine wife of David Williams. 

Joseph son of James Watkins ; ob. 1803 , aet. 11. 
Jane Watkins, mother of .................. 

David Watkins ; ob. 1838, set. 80. 
Ann his relict ; ob. 1843, set. 87. 

Catherine wife of John Watkins ; ob. 1846, set. 34. 
IHS Thomas Underwood ; ob. 1829, aet. 59. 
Richard Williams ; ob. 18lO, set. 52. 

+ John Jones, late of the Tan House, gent. ; ob. 1845, set. 75. 

RIP. 

+ Lucinda wife of Julius Wynn, Esq. ; ob. 1846, set. 56. 
May she rest in peace. 

Mary dau. of W. Roberts, sadler, and Frances his wife ; ob. 1737, 
set. six days. 



The only identifiable Catholic inscription of post-Reformation date 
inside the church is this slab in the pavement, near the choir stalls. It is in 
capital letters throughout. 

IHS Scio qvod Redemptor | mevs vivit (Job, 19, 2.) | Gvliel. 
Williams * fil. | primogenitvs Ricei | Williams armigeri de | 
Park Lettice defvnct. | postqvam 70 annos | Christi non sine 
charptate] | complevisset plac[ate] | in Domino obdormivit | 
9 die Novemb. ann. | 1633 et hie sepvltvs | Cui vna cvm 
sanct. | omnibvs defvnctis | consvmmationem | in die 
novissimo confcedat] | Devs per merita Jesv Amen. 

NEWPORT, f Monmouthshire. 

Most of these memorials of the faithful perpetuate the names of Irish 
people who came to this seaport at the time of the Famine, and are situate 
on the north side of the churchyard. Only two are on the south, close to the 
porch ; one is to the east, but apparently not in situ. One alone remains 
inside the church, where the pavement has been relaid with tiles. 

In the church pavement, east of the tower. 
IHS M. H. [circa 1840.] 

Churchyard. I Just west of the south porch. 

IHS William Bushell Wilson, son of William and Frances 
Willson, of the town of Newport ; ob. 1814, set. thirteen 
months. 

* See his pedigree in Bradney s " Monmouthshire," Part II., p. 339. 

f Copied 22 Apr. 1899, checked 25 Nov. 1904, at the parish ehurch of 
Saint Wo oil os. 

J Many of these bodies and gravestones were removed to the Cemetery 
ia 1904, when the churchyard was curtailed. 



260 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

Small slab, lying flat. 

IHS To the Memory of Sarah Pye * | spinster, who died 9 June 
1828 | aged 81. 

West of the tower. 

IHS Patrick Murray, of Dungarvan, co. Waterford ; ob. 1820, 
get. 50. 

May he rest in peace. Amen. 

Adjoining the last. 

IHS Erected by Capt. Edward Walsh, in memory of his father, 
Capt. Garrat Walsh, late of Dungarvan in Ireland ; who 
died 1831, aged 40. 

May he rest in peace. Amen. 

North-west of the church. On a Latin cross of stone. 
IHS Margaret, wife of Peter McCloud, of Rathkeale, co. Lime 
rick ; ob. 1849, set. 24. 

Also her father, Edmund Walcott ; ob. 1840, set. 46. 
[Also other relatives.] 

May they rest in peace. Amen. 

IHS Three infant sons of Henry Carroll ; ob. 1824 and 1825. 

IHS Mary wife of William Draper ; ob. 1839, set. 52. 

IHS Children of Lawrence Ryan ; ob. 1837-1841. 

IHS Children of William Quillier ; ob. 1841-1848. 

IHS H. G. 1837. 

IHS Infant children of the Brookman family, [circa 1840.] 

Latin cross. 
P. D., M. D. [circa 1840.] 

IHS Mary Neagel ; ob. 1839, set. thirteen months. 
ert Sullivan ; ob. 1838, set. 40. 

Latin cross. 
M. B. ; ob. 1839, set. 8. 

IHS James son of Philip and Margaret Welsh, of the Cove of 

Cork ; ob. 1830, set. 4. 
Margaret Welsh ; ob. inf., 1838. 

IHS Daniel Cronan ; ob. 1847, set. 66. 

IHS H [circa 1830.] 

IHS J. H. 1837. 

IHS Infant children of Edmond Walsh, 1848. 

IHS James son of John and Julia Byrne ; ob. 1845, set. 5. 

IHS Henry son of Patrick and Bridget Grenville, of Ennisteague, 

co. Kilkenny ; ob. 1835, set. 4. 

IHS Denis Mcarthy ; ob. 1851, set. 81. 

\ 
*Vide Vol. ix., p. 136, for this family. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 26 1 

IHS Four children of Patrick Colbert, of Cloyne, co. Cork, 
[circa 1840.] 

IHS Thomas Dowd ; ob. 1851, set. 34. 
Also his son. 

Vault. Latin cross. 
Stephen Carr, late Quarter Master, Royal Irish Fusileers ; ob. 

1847, set. 62. (Peninsular and Indian veteran.) 
Also his wife, Jane Carr ; ob. 1851, set. 57. 

IHS Thomas son of Richard and Joannah Lee ; ob. [circa 1840] 
set. 9 months. 

IHS Richard son of Richard and Margaret Hayes, of Grenock, 
co. Cork ; ob. 1845, set. 2. 

IHS Patrick Collins ; ob. 1839, set. 3. 

IHS Charles Curran ; and others of the family ; 1847-1850, &c. 
Requiescat in pace. 

IHS A. C. ; J. C. ; C. C. [circa 1845.] 

IHS Infant daughter of Michael and Mary Lee ; ob. 1848 
set. 6. 

In a row with many other headstones, not in situ, east of the church. 
IHS John son of John and Annora Kannedy ; ob. 1840, set. . . . 

Slab lying flat. 

IHS Furlong, stone mason, a native of Dublin ; ob. 

1840, set. 33. 

Vault. 
IHS George son of George and Eliza Davis, of Newport ; ob. 

1828, set. 9. 
Also Alice Jackson, dau. of the above. 

IHS John Kelmartin, son of William and Bridget Kel martin ; 
a native of Youghal, co. Cork ; ob. 1843, set. 16. (Also others 
of the family.) 

IHS Michael son of Patrick and Elizabeth O Brian ; ob. 1841, 
set. 3. 

At foot of the south-west buttress of the tower is the ornamentally 
carved upper portion of a tombstone, of hard, blue slate. It was evidently 
used to mark the resting-place of an Irish Catholic, but none of the inscription 
appears. The design shows a classic building in three compartments. In 
the centre is a figure vested in mitre and chasuble, roughly sculptured in low 
relief evidently Saint Patrick. On the dexter side is a figure with a curiously 
shaped head-dress, and over it, on a scroll, the legend " St. Cullum." On 
the sinister side is a female figure in nun-like garb, and the legend " St. 
Bridget." All three effigies are very rudely designed, and each has a large 
cross on the breast. The date of the work would be circa 1825. 

Under the east window of the south aisle. Vault-shaped tomb. 

South-east panel. 

Anno Dom. 1742. In the year of 

his age. 



262 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

South-west panel. 

Here also is interred the | Body of Margaret Mon | tonnier the 
Mother of the said Harvey and | Margarit Hawkins above 
named died July 10 th 1757. 

Requiescant in Pace. 
South slope of coping. 

IHS Here also lies interred the Body of | Anthony Montonnier * 
Surgeon Apothecary & | Man midwife who practised these 
Several Branches t | with great Success for Fifty five years 
in the Town of Newport | Obiit Anno ^Etatis 73 Anno Domini 
1788. 

Ross, Herefordshire. 

Churchyard. Latin cross. 
Ed\vin Lindo; ob. 1823, set, 67. 
John Griffith Hicks, son of John and Ann Maria Hicks ; ob. 1803. 

Latin cross. 

Rebekah Buswell, of Greatford in the County of Lincoln ; ob. 
18[25 circa], set. 68. 

Latin cross. 
Of your charity pray for the soul of Elizabeth the beloved wife of 

J. W. F. Counsell ; ob. 1848, set. 28. 
Mary Agnes, only dau. of the above ; ob. 1860, set. 14. 
Rose Mary Elizabeth Clifford ; ob. 1868, set, 4. 
[Others.] 

LLANGARAN, Herefordshire. 

Churchyard. Headstone with a corner broken off. J 
IHS Elizabeth wife of Joseph Watkins ; ob. 1829, set. 79. 

Joseph Watkins ; ob. 18 . . . 

Small round-headed stone. A Latin cross, and below it the initials 
and date. 

W.W 

H. 
1855. 

Similar stone to the last, and next to it. 
H.W. 

William Watkins of Treworgan ; ob. 26 Aug. 1788, set. 55. 
Mary his wife ; ob. 18 Nov. 1792, set. 65. 

William Watkins ; ob. 18 June 1825, set. 60. 
Mary his wife ; ob. 1855, set. 79. 

* Vide Vol. ix., p. 136. 

f As a Papist he was incapacitated from taking a medical degree. 

j The late Mrs. Jane Roberts of Llangrove, a granddau. of the above, 
told me in 1897 that the dan.age was wilfully done by a drunken man, many 
years before. He afterwards went away to a strange place, where his house 
was burned. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 263 

Mary wife of James Watkins ; ob. 6 June 1773, set. 72. 

James Watkins; ob. 11 Feb. 1775, set. 76. 

Ann Watkins, their dau. ; ob. 17 June 1783, set. 34. 

Slate headstone. 

Harriet Elizabeth Mary, dau. of Charles and Harriett Watkins 
of Hereford and granddau. of William and Mary Watkins 
late of Pembridge Castle in this co. ; ob. 1834, set. eight 
months. 

Contiguous and at right -angles to the back of this stone is a long, narrow, 
cylindrical block of the local red stone, about a man s length. Near the 
upper end is carved an Eastern or radiate crown, and there are traces of 
lettering above this. The whole is apparently of the 17th century. 

IHS Ann wife of William Hall of Langrove and dau. of Jonathan 
and Lucy Seaman of Fresonfield Street, co. Suff. ; ob. 1839, 
set. 42. 

William Hall ; ob. 1851, set. 18. 

May they rest in peace. 

John son of the above ; ob. 1854, set. 18. 

William son of the above ; ob. 1879, set. 49. R.I.P. 

Mary wife of William Hall ; ob. 1815, set. 54. 
William Hall ; ob. 1829, set. 77. 

GARWAY, Herefordshire. 

IHS John Taylor ; ob. 1875, set. 47. 
Elizabeth Anne his wife ; ob. 1878, set. 37. 

GOODRICH, Herefordshire. 

Latin cross. 
Sarah Elizabeth dau. of William and Mary Webster ; ob. 1847, 

set. 19. 

Kizia, dau. of the above ; ob. 1847, set. 17. 
The said Mary Webster ; ob. 1855, set. 60. 
The said William Webster ; ob. 1859, set. 65. R.I.P. 

IHS Ann wife of Edward Morgan of this parish ; ob. 1857, 

set. 52. R.I.P. 
Edward Morgan ; ob. 1886, set. 88. 

Vault tomb. 

IHS Thomas Adams ; ob. 1846, set. 66. 
Elizabeth his wife ; ob. 1849, set. 67. 

Requiescant in pace. 
Sarah Watkins ; ob. 1851, set. 57. 

Latin cross. 
Agnes dau. of William and Matilda Elizabeth Parry ; ob. 1861, 

set. 1. 

Matilda Elizabeth Parry; ob. 1864, set. 27. R.I.P. 
The said William Parry ; ob. 1881, set. 49. 



264 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

West of the church. Headstone bearing a well carved crucifix. 
Simon son of Thomas and Ann Cutter of S* Briavel s ; ob. 1823, 

set. 24. 

Sarah Cutter ; ob. 1826, set. 26. 
John son of Simon Caleb and Jane Cutter ; ob. 1847, set. three 

months. 

Headstone west of the church. [The inscription read with much 

difficulty.] 
IHS In Memory of | John Pue who died Nov. y e 4, 1722 | Aged 

46 years. 

Also of Frances his | daughter who died | y e same Time | Aged 10 
y ra 

Near the cross. 

IHS Edward Gwilliam ; ob. 14 Jan. 1803, set. 35. 
Ann Smith his relict ; ob. 4 Mar. 1834, set. 67. 

East of the church. 

IHS Elenor wife of Samuel Merry ; ob. 1849, set. 71. 
Ann her dau. ; ob. 1849, set. 35. 
Richard Merry ; ob. 1853, set. 35. 
Samuel Merry ; ob. 1861, set. 81. 

IHS William Gunter ; ob. 23 Jan. 1894, set. 69. 
Maria his wife ; ob. 9 Sep. 1900, set. 75. 

May they rest in peace. 

It is said that in this churchyard there is or was an old tombstone to a 
man named Rosser, or Prosser, a Catholic. When he died, his widow (a 
Protestant) wished to put on his gravestone some " text " out of the Missal, 
The one she chose was " Deo gratias." 

LLANROTHAL,* Herefordshire. 

In the chancel pavement, t 
IHS Ann Roberts ; ob. 1 May 1701. 
Edward Roberts ; ob. 18 Apr. 1715. 

SAINT WEONARD S, Herefordshire. 

IHS Amelia wife of William Watkins, smith ; ob. . . . Jan. 

1848, set. ... 4. 
William Watkins ; ob. 17 July 1874, set. 86. 

PETERSTOW, Herefordshire. 

Latin cross. 

William Counsell ; ob. 26 Aug. 1859, set. 67. 
Ellen his wife ; ob. 24 Aug. 1874, set 75. 

* The last parish church in this district (according to local tradition) 
in which Mass was said. The altar-stone now lies loose at the west end of 
the nave. 

t Copied after raising three layers of oilcloth, in three stages of rottenness, 
with a carpet over them. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 265 

WELSH BICKNOR, Herefordshire. 

Churchyard. 

IHS Ann wife of James Merry ; ob. 1832, aet. 46. 
Also the above James Merry ; ob. 1873, set. 88. 

Latin cross. 

In loving memory of Thomas Carroll; who d. 1897 at Glen- Wye, 
Courtfield, aged 46 years. 

May he rest in peace. 

Latin cross. 
James Reeve, died 1894 aged 79 years. R.I. P. 

+ Marie Elizabeth Josephine ; died 9 Feby 1869, aged 11 years 
and 9 months ; and Agatha Dorothea Agnes ; died 10 Feb? 
1869, aged 13 years and 7 months, daughters of A. and E. 
Perceval, of Glyn-Wye. 

My Jesus mercy. 
Requiescant in pace. 

+ W m Evan Morgan ; ob. 1861. 

+ Bernard John Morgan ; ob. 1864 (infants). R.I. P. 

Sacred monogram with a large Greek cross over the middle letter. 

IHS Sacred to the memory of Anne daughter of Edward and 

Ann Morgan of Baynham, who died 1853 aged 30 years. 

Sweet Jesus have Mercy on her soul. 

The following tombstones were taken from the parish church on its 
disastrous " restoration," and placed for safety in the crypt of the Catholic 
chapel at Courtfield.* 

Here lieth the Body of Catherine Wife of John Vaughan Jun r 
Esq r of Courtfield who departed this life the 20 th of June 
1778 Aged 50 years. R.I.P. 

Here lieth the Body of | John Vaughan Jun r Esq r | of Courtfield 
who departed I this life ye 21 st January 1783 I Aged 73 Years. 

R.I.P. 

Here Lyes the Body of | John Vaughan Esq r of Huntsham | 
Eldest Son of Richard Vaughan | Esq r of Courtefield. He 
Dyed | y e 27 th of March in y e Year ofj Grace 1721 & 88th 
Year of | his Age full of years and | hopes of a future & happy | 
Resurrection. 

Requiescat in Pace. 

| departed this life the | 29 of April 

1696. 

Memento Mori. 
Likewise y e Body of Philli ... | 

Here Resteth y e body of | Richard Vaughan Esq r | who Departed 
this Life | the 17 th of May | Anno Salutis 1697 | Aged 97. 

* Vide " An Excursion down the Wye," Charles Heath, Monmouth, 
1799 ; and Bradney s " Monmouthshire," Vol. i. 



266 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

Here also y e body of his youngest | Son John Vaughan Esq. | who 
became his sole | Heir. He Died Nov r | y e 27 th 1754 in the 
79 th | year of his Age. 

Fraterni Amoris pignus | Exile licet | Lapidem hunc | in Perennem 
Caroli Clarke | Fratris sui recordationem | qui pie obdormivit 
in Domino | anno Christi 1704 | JStatis suae 27, die 4 to Junii | 
Posuit ejusdem | amantissimus Frater. 

Requiescat in Pace. 

Here lyeth y e Body of Mary Vaughan eldest Daughter to Jo n 
Vaughan of upper Rosse of y e Vaughans of Ruardene & of 
the Lady Mary Cholke his wife. She married Jo n Vaughan 
of Huntsham eldest Son of Richard Vaughan of Courtfield 
Esq r & died in y e 69 th Year of her Age full of good Works. 
y e second fit of y e Palsie oppressed her milde heart & carryed 
from hence to a better Life A Sould entirely dear to God 
y e i4th O f Septemb r An D 1 1713. 

Requiescat in pace. 

Here lies the Body of William | Jones who Departed this Life | 
Sept r [1] 1757 Aged 38 years. R.I.P. 

Brass. 

R.I.P. Alice Pope | died at Court Field | August 26th, 1882 | 
Aged 22 Years. 

Heath also gives a long Latin inscription on a monument which was 

in the church in his time : 
In memory of Catherine Vaughan, wife of John Vaughan of 

Courtfield and daughter to Sir John Curson by his wife 

Penelope Child ; ob. 19 Oct. 1699, set. 21.* 
Arms : Party per pale, baron and femme : I. Per pale azure and 

gules, three lioncels rampant argent (Herbert). II. Argent, on 

a bend sable three goshawks (Curson). 

There is a detached coat-of-arms on a broken slab : Herbert, impaling 
three greyhounds courant (Wigmore). 

STAUNTON-BY-COLEFOBD, Gloucestershire. 

On the pavement at the east end of the south aisle, in the parish church, 
is a sepulchral stone, cut square, with an incised border of grapes 
and vine-leaves, and a fleur-de-lis in each upper corner. It has 
seven small crosses, one above and six below the epitaph symbolic 
of the Seven Sacraments : 

Here Lyeth intevrd the body of Edward Hall fovrth sonne of 
Benedict Hall Esqvire and Anne his wife of Himedo t he 
deceased the 14 of Avgvst being of age 24 yeare of whose 
Sovle God have marcy. 1663. 

* See " The Vaughans of Courtfield," by the present contributor ; 
London, Sands, 1912. 

t Hall of Highmeadow, an ancient Catholic family, lords of the manors 
of Staunton and English Bicknor. They are now represented by Viscount 
Gage. (Vide Vol. xiii., p. 151.) 



CATHOLIC MEMOBIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 267 

NEWLAND, Gloucestershire. 

This fine church (" the Cathedral of the Forest of Dean ") contains 
three of its altar-stones. They were lately found serving as tombstones, 
and now lie loose in the church. One of them bears the following inscription 
preceded by a Latin cross, on the same side as the consecration crosses : 

1552. Hie iacet | Henricus Naylor et | Thomas Naylor | pater et 
films. 
Marble monument against the east end of the north aisle. 

To the pious Memorie of Benedict Hall late of High meaddo * 
in the Countie of Gloucester Esq. who lieth here interred. 
He departed this life April 16th 1668 aged 78 years. 

Also to the like Memorie of Anne Hall wife of the said Benedict 
and daughter of Sir Edward Winter of Lidnie Knight and 
the Lady Anne Somerset third daughter of Edward Earl 
of Worcester Wife to the said Benedict who dyed at Cambrai 
in Artois. She dyed the 10th March 1675. This monument 
is erected by Henry Benedict Hall Eldest Sonn of the said 
Benedict and the said Anne A.D. MDCLXXXIIII. 

The aforesaid Henry Benedict lies here. 

Also his eldest son Benedict. 

Non mors sejungat quos Christus junxit amare. 

Here also is Interred the Body of the Right Hon ble the Lady 
Viscountess Gage who died the 25 Day of July 1749. She 
was the only Daughter of Benedict Hall of High Meadow 
Esq. and Wife of Viscount Gage f who died the 21 Day of 
December 1754 And lies buried with his Ancestors at Firle 
in Sussex. 

Arms : Party per pale, baron and femme : I. A chevron between 
three talbofs heads erased. An estoile of six rays, for difference. 
(Hall : Argent, a chevron between three talbot s heads erased 
sable.) II. A fess ermine ; in chief a crescent. (Winter : Sable, 
a fess ermine.) 

RTJARDEAN, J Gloucestershire. 

Here lyeth y e body of Baynham Vaughan of Ruardean Esq r who 
departed y s life July the 11 th 1650 the 45 of his age. Also 
here lyeth his eldest son John Vaughan Esq r who piously 
ended his dayes decb er the 17 th 1694 being the 58 year of his 



Eternall rest give to them Lord. 

Here lyeth y e body of Frances Vaughan wife to John Vaughan 
Esq r Daughter to S ir Peter Browne of Kiddington in the 

* Highmeadow in this parish. Nothing remains of this fine old mansion 
but the foundations and some outbuildings. It was demolished circa 1825. 

t Vide Vol. xiii., p. 151. 

J From a MS. of Hugh Thomas, the Breconshire herald, a Catholic. 
(Harl. 6831) circa 1715. For the family of Vaughan of Ruardean vide Vol. 
xiii. p. 150. 



268 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

County of Oxon Baronet she departed y s life the 5 th day of 
June 1694. 

To her Soule God give Eternall Rest. 

Here lyeth the body of my dear friend and Couzine Tho. Vaughan 
2P son of Bayn. Vaughan Esq r who died Feb. the 10 th 1691 
In the 54 year of his age. 

On whose soule sweet Jesus have mercy. 

PORTCHESTER, Hants. 

Hundreds of French prisoners were confined in Portchester Castle, during 
the Napoleonic wars. None of them, however, were buried in the precincts 
of the Norman church close by. The unfortunate prisoners of war who died 
were interred in a common grave, in a field by the shore of the harbour. 
The following is the only tombstone in Portchester churchyard which I could 
identify as Catholic. 

West of the church. 

Mary wife of John Porter, M.D., of Portsea ; ob. 1 July 1839, 
set. 66. D.O.M. 

Latin cross. 
John Porter, M.D. Born 10 June 1770, died 4 Mar. 1855. R.I.P. 

PORTSMOUTH, Hants. 

In the old parish churchyard of this seaport I could only identify two 
Catholic graves, both of late date. The first is by the porch and is marked 
by a small Latin cross on a mound, in relief within an oval. The inscription 
is: 

Margaret wife of Jonathan Haydon, R.N. ; ob. 17 July 1838, 

set. 62. 

Also the above Jonathan Haydon ; ob. 27 Jan. 1846, set. 80. 
Also Thomas their son, who was lost off the Cape of Good Hope, 

7 Jan. 1846, set. 29. 

South-west of the tower. Headstone bearing a small Latin cross on 

steps, in relief within an oval. 

Elizabeth wife of William Green ; ob. 1840, aet. 64 [last numeral 
doubtful]. 

No other crosses appear on stones of earlier date than about 1860, in 
this churchyard ; and those are of the modern type. 

PORTSEA, Hants. 

The large graveyard of the parish church at Kingston contains thousands 
of tombstones, which were all examined for the purposes of this collection. 

North. Latin cross. 
A | La Memoire | de | Jean Baptiste Victor Chilard | lie a Tourla- 

ville | pres Cherbourg en France | mort a Portsmouth | le 

3 de Mai 1844 | Age de 66 Ans. 
Et ausi a La Memoire de | Pierre Cousin | ne a Cherbourg en 

France | mort a Portsmouth le 13 de Fevrier 1848 | Age de 

33 Ans. 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

Et ausi a La Memoire de | Felix Victor Chilard | ne a Portsmouth 
mort le 23 de Mars | 1853 Age de 12 Ans. 

Patrick Collins, late Landing Surveyor of H.M. Customs, Ports 
mouth. Born at Tipperary 16 Aug. 1795 ; died at Southsea 
4 Nov. 1845. 

May he rest in peace. Amen. 

South. Latin cross. 

Elizabeth wife of John Gorman ; ob. 9 Feb. 1843, set. 62. 
Also the above John Gorman ; ob. 14 Nov. 1853, set. 75. 

Latin cross. 

Sarah wife of Augustin Greuze ; ob. 25 Aug. 1830, set. 30. 
Sarah Myles, their inf. dau. ; ob. 1830. 

William Lawlor ; ob. 12 Jan. 1822, set. 74. 
Elizabeth his wife ; ob. 19 Jan. 1837, set. 90. 
Peace to their Manes. 

There are also 4 headstones, erected in the " fourties " of the 19th cen 
tury, bearing a plain Latin cross, which I suspect mark Catholic interments. 
There are no other crosses in this churchyard of earlier date than the end 
of the 19th century, Portsmouth having remained to the present time a 
stronghold of the Low Church. 

LINCOLN, Lincolnshire. 
Churchyard of Saint Peter at Gowts. 

Latin cross. 

James Hunt ; ob. 1844, set. 38. 
James Richard Hunt, infant son of the above ; ob. 1840. 

Requiescaiit in pace. 
Mary Ann Hunt, daughter of the above ; ob. 1848, set. 14. 

SCAMPTON churchyard, Lincolnshire. 

Latin cross. 

Ann widow of Francis Wilson ; ob. 1870, set. 90 

Jesu mercy. 

HAZELWOOD,* Yorks. 

Catholic church. 

D.O.M. | Sub hoc Monumento | Requiescit | Illustrissimus et 
Reverendissimus in | Christo Pater ac Dominus | D. Thomas 
Williams | Episcopus Tiberiopolitanus | E Sacro Prsedi- 
catorum Ordine | Assumtus | Qui | Inter Amicorum fletus & 
Suspiria | Die 3 Aprilis Anni 1740 | Prope Octogenarius | 
Aiiimam reddidit Creatori. 

R.I.P. 

* Communicated to the contributor by the Right Rev. Abbot Gasquet, 
O.S.B., D.D. Bishop Williams was a member of an old Catholic family, 
Williams of Monmouth Priory. (Vide Vol. ii., p. 301 ; Vol. ix., pp. 131, 139.) 



270 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

HAMMERSMITH, Middlesex. 

Parish churchyard. 
South side. Headstone. Latin cross. 

M rs Eleanor of Brook Green House, 

Hammersmith ; ob. 20 Aug. 182 . . ., set. 95.* 

Requiescat in pace. Amen. 
Rev d Joseph Hodgson ; ob. 30 Nov. 1821, set. 65. 

Headstone. Latin cross. 
M r John Fowler ; ob. 24 Feb. 1806, set. 67. 

Requiescat in pace. 
M rs Martha Fowler, his relict ; ob. 28 May 1817, set. 73. 

Headstone. Latin cross. 

M rs Ann Haskey ; ob. 23 Apr. 1840, set. 84. 
Requiescat in pace. Amen. 

Stone lying flat. Latin cross. 

M r James Travers ; ob 1774, set 

wife of M r Joseph Bonyard and mother of the 

above M r James Travers ; ob July 1780, set. 66. 

Also the above M r Joseph Bonyard ; ob 17 . . ., 

set .... 

Also the above M r Joseph Bonyard ; ob 17 . . ., 

set 

Also Mary 

East side. Headstone. Latin cross. 

Elizabeth O Connor of Brighton ; ob July 1818, set 

Charles William Dornan ; ob 1856, set 

Requiescant in pace. 

Headstone. Latin cross. 
Daniel French, esq., B.L. of Lincoln s Inn ; ob. 7 Dec. 1846, 

set. 74. 

Catherine his wife; ob. 11 Aug. 1854, set. 63. 
Requiescant in pace. 

Headstone. Latin cross. 
M rs Elizabeth Hurst, wife of Jacob Hurst ; ob. 29 Oct. 1804, 

set. 22. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Hurst, daughter of the above ; ob. 29 July 
1804, set. three weeks. 

Also the above M r Jacob Hurst ; ob , 

North side. Headstone. Latin cross. 
[Only the year of death, " 1766," is legible.] 

Headstone. Latin cross. 
M rs Esther Thrum ; ob. 1791. 

*In the Laity s Directory for 1819 (p. 141, ante) is " 1818, Aug. 20. 
Mr. [MC] Eleanor Bayly, late of Brook Green House, Hammersmith, aged 95." 
Probably the lady entrusted by Mrs. Frances Carpue with the charge of a 
school of neglected girls, (Gillow e Diet. Eng. Caths. i. 401). 



CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 271 

Headstone. Latin cross. 

M r William Armstrong ; ob. 18 Apr. 1818, set. 17. 
Miss Adeline Zimmer ; ob. 1819. 

Headstone. Latin cross. 

P. M.S. | Johannis Frevdo | Qui Lima natus | Americae Meri- 
dionalis civitatis | Jam Liberae | Legatus asilis missus | 
Contes hispanias adiit | Postea | Tumulatur Gente Civili 
| Hispania relicta | [c. 1790.] 

Headstone. Latin cross. 

M rs Elizabeth Cordery of this Hamlet ; ob. 24 Nov. 1828, set. 63. 
Requiescat in pace. 

Headstone. Latin cross. 

Also M rs Mary Evans ; ob. 26 Oct. 1836, set. 84. 
West side. Headstone. Latin cross. 

Also Hanna wife of the above Stephen Schnitrer ; ob 

1807, set. 50. 

These tombs are composed of a hard, white stone which gathers no moss 
but roughens, in about a century, in such a manner as to obliterate the in 
scriptions. The crosses on the stones are, curiously, all crutched crosses 
carved in relief within an oval. Most of them are easily visible from the 
street. 

I am informed by that diligent antiquary, the Rev. Raymund Stanfield, 
of the Convent of the Good Shepherd, Hammersmith, that when, some years 
ago, at the rebuilding of the parish church, the bodies of Bishops Talbot, 
Douglas and Giffard were removed from their common vault for transference 
to Old Hall, Ware, only the remains of the first-named were precisely identi 
fied, they being encased in a leaden coffin. The other two prelates having 
been buried in wooden coffins which had fallen to pieces, their bones were 
mingled in the vault. The bones of a fourth person were found among them 
a circumstance which puzzled the authorities. All these were buried in 
one vault at Old Hall, as four bishops ; but Father Stanfield afterwards 
learned from some old document, that the unknown remains were those of 
Miss Ann Giffard, who, under the terms of her will, was buried with her 
illustrious uncle, Bishop Giffard. The ecclesiastical authorities have suffered 
the lady s body to rest with those of the three bishops at Old Hall. 

LEE, S.E. Kent. 

In the old churchyard. Headstone. Latin cross. 
Mr. Edward HiU of Blackheath ; ob. 25 May 1807, set. 52. 

Requiescat in pace. 

Ann his wife ; ob. 7 Mar. 1816, set. 61. 

Mr. George Hill, brother of the above ; ob. 12 Sep. 1817, set. 61. 
Thomas Cooper, grandson of the above Edward Hill ; ob. 1826, 
set. 3. 

CARDIFF, co. Glam. St. John s. " Cardiff Records," iii, 520, by 
John Hobson Matthews ; London, Sotheran, 1901. 



272 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

LLANDAFF, co. Glam. ibid., p. 573. 
PENARTH, co. Glam. ibid., p. 583. 

SARNESFIELD, co. Heref. " Genealogist " ; Harwood ; new 
series, vol. xii. 

BRECON. Priory Church. See the long Latin epitaph, containing 
genealogy, of Mary and Margaret Thomas, 1697 and 1700, 
composed by their brother Hugh Thomas, the Breconshire 
herald, in " St. Andrew s Magazine," the organ of the Catholic 
mission of Barnet (March 1903, p. 83). 



INDEX 

OF PERSONS AND PLACES 

COMPILED AND CONTRIBUTED BY 
MRS. T. E. MARTIN AND MISS M. A. B. MARTIN. 

* An asterisk signifies more than one entry on a page. 

n Signifies a note on the page. 

N.B. French places are often given under dioceses, not under 

provinces or departments. Accents omitted in heavy type. 

ABAFOUR, Pierre 119 Adrie, Robert 77 

Abbeville, 144 Africa, 146 

Abbey, Eleanor 83 Aigremont, D , L. 56 

Abbey House, Winchester, Hants. 64, Ail worth, vide Ayleworth 

74, 78, 82,* 80 Ainsley, Mrs. 163 

Abbot(t), George 140; Thomas 23 5n; Ainsworth, Angelica, O.S.C. 69; Anne 

Thomas Burgess 247, 248 Teresa, O.S.F. 206; Helen Joseph, 

Abercrombie, John 19 3 O.S.F. 29, 30: Mary Frances 3 O.S.F. 

Aberdeen, Scotland 67, 72 142; Ralph, O.S.B. 123 

Abergavenny, Monmouths. 21, 108, Airan, Bayeux 66 

117, 157, 245, 257, 258n; Priory Church Air(e), Artois, France 23, 24,* 25,* 

257 27, 30, 31, 34, 40, 49, 175 

Abjean, 81 Aix-la-Chapelle 192 

Abrantes, Marquis of, 176 Albott, 158; James 219; 

Acanthus, bishop of 148 Richard 220 

Accard, Claude 60 Alcock, William Jerome, O.S.B. 136 

Achee, Charles 69 Aldenham, Shropshire 20 

Ackers, 212 Aldermanbury, London 150 

Acone, bishop of 50 Alders, near Tarn worth, Staffs. 213 

Acton, Middlesex 205, 208, 214, 223; Alexander, Mary 198; Mary Jane 

Mary Barbara, O.S.B. 26, see Aston, (John). O.S.B. 69 

William, S.J. 73 Alexandre, Joseph Marie Therese 80; 

Acton Burnell, Salop 50, 63, 72, 86, 97, Louis 1 16 

100, 104, 123, 131 Alexandria, 143 

Acton Pigot, Salop 86 Algarve(s), Portugal 137 

Adam, Jean 52; John 9 Allam, Ann 72; "John 229; William 

Adams, Ann Rebecca, rel. 189; Eliza- Ambrose, O.S.B. 119 

beth 263; James, S.J. 85; Mary Clare, Allan, James 144; John 128, 130; 

3 O.S.F. 142; Teresa Joseph, 3 O.S.F. Robert 143; William 123; Winefred 

152; Tho: 3; Thomas 263 102 

Adamson, 200; Roger 154*; Allanson, James 93; Mary 125, 145; 

Thomas 187; Vincent, A., O.S.D. 193 Walter 164 

AdCQCk, Mary 255; Thomas 255* Allbut, James 95 

Adcroft, Clementina, O.S.B. 128; Alleguen, Ann 225 

Matthew 75; Wiriefrid 92 

Addis, Charles 126: Dorothy 182; 239; Henry 4; James 227; Jerome 126; 

Elizabeth 240; Elizabeth Mary John 239*; Maria 239; Mary 239 

Theresa 248; Francis 126; George AUerton, Matthew Dionysius, O.S.B. 

109; Henry 84; James 240; Joseph 183* 

148; Mary 126; Mary Scholastica, Allerton Park, Knaresbro 1 , Yorks. 134 

3. O.S.F. Io6; Mildred 141; Rebecca Alleway, John, S.J. 100 

126; Teresa 167 AllgOOd, Margaret Mary Louisa, 

Addlestone, Surrey 102 O.S.D. 149 

Adelman, George 136 Allin, vide Allen 

Adison, William 4 Allies, 47 

Adkins, Mary Ann 224 Alloway, Lucy 129 

xii. 273 R 



Allen, Allin, Catharine 239*; family 



274 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Almeida, d , Joseph Monteiro 134 

Alnwick, Northumberland 20, 33, 35, 

44, 82, 89, 163 

Alphington, near Exeter 214 

Alresford, Hants. 127 

Alsager, Anne 133 

Alston Lane, near Preston, Lanes. 11, 

228 

Alton, Staffs. 195 

Altona, 85 

Alvecote Hall, 150 

Amabile, Barbara, O.S.B. 45 

Ambroise, Desire 77 

Ameliac, 47 

Ameno, Mathieu 46 

Amesbury Abbey, Wilts. 58, 69, 88* 

Amherst, William Kerril 212 

Amiens, 55, 60, 67, 70,* 146, 175, 220; 

cathedral 70 

Amorium, bishop of 12, 13 

AmpleJtorth, Yorks. 179,* 206, 210, 

220* 

Amuary, Lewis 42 

Amy, Etienne Pierre 87 

Anderson, Alice Aloysia, 3 O.S.F. 30; 

Ann Clare, O.S.C. 91; Roger 195; Sir 

William 9 

Anderton, 168; Bruno 2; 

Elizabeth 143; Frances 134; John 

Evangelist, O.S.F. 50; R 143; Thomas 

6; Wm. 117, 134; William, S.J. 156 

Andoe, Catharine 147; Mary Ellen 

229; Helen 175 

Andra, Frances 90 

Andrade, 36; Alexander 

209; Mrs. Francis 36; Joachim 124; 

137. 209, 214 ; Margaret Hannah 214; 

Thomas 124 

Andre, Peter 171 

Andrews, John 78; Robert 244; Sarah 

222; William Eusebius 224 

Angel, James 13; Jacobus 18 

Angelo, Anthony 188, 195; George 

Francis 175; Martha 195; Matilda 59 

Angers, France 76, 77, 87, 103 

Angerville 1 prcher, France 62 

Angier, Austin Bonaventure, rel. 24; 

Mary 95; Mary Regis, O.S.A., 227; 

Samuel 95; Samuel Luke 150; Thomas 

220; Thomas, S.J. 30, 227 

Anglois, P, Francois 206 

Angouleme 70, 122; Due d 110; Semi 

nary 70 

Ann[e], Elizabeth Mary Anselma, 

O.S.B. 49 

Anneville, France 60 

Anotta Bay, Jamaica 186 

Anseaume, 88 

Ansell, Elizabeth 105; J.K. 105 

Anson, Joseph 196 

Anstead, William 35 

Anstey, Arthur Oliphant 230; Harris 

216; Henry Frampton 230n; Hon. 



Thomas 230; Thomas Chisholm, 
K.S.G. 230n 

Anstey Barton, Van Dieman s Land, 
230 

Antonini, Maximilian 134 
Antrobus, Richard 73 
Antwerp, Holland 24, 25,* 45, 52, 107 
Apedaile, George 67 
Appleby, James 68 

Appleton, Norfolk 155, 190; 168; 

Catharine 200*; John 118 
Appleton Academy, near Warrington, 
Lanes. 208 

Appletree, Francis 239; John 238, 239; 
Mary 239 

Aquelon, near Rouen 76 
Aransols, Mrs. Eady 65 
Arauz, Mary 121 

Archdeacon, Ann 199; Eleanora 180; 
Peter 114 

Archdekin, 74; Andrew 140; 

Francis Joseph 185 
Archer, James, D.D. 205 
Arcq, d , St. Omer, France 81 
Arden, Warwicks. 215 
Arden, Mary Magdalen, O.S.B. (ab 
bess) 58 

Ardwick, Manchester 170 
Argentan (Seez), France 71 
Argles, Elizabeth 130 
Argoed 250n 

ArgOU, Mary Clementina, O.S.B. 165 
Arlington, Devon. 38 
Armstrong, George 204; M. Teresa, 
O.S.B. 74; William 141, 271 
Arnold, Elizabeth 148 
Arques (Rouen), France 88 
Arras, France 54, 93, 103, 175 
Arrowsmith, 169; Charles 29; 

Mary 120 

Arthur, Jane 256; Richard 256; 
Artois, France 57 

Arundel, Sussex 4, 64, 84, 98, 99, 117 
Arundel(l), Baron, of Wardour 92, 
209; Hon Christina, Lady 121; Fran 
ces Catherine, Lady 217; James 
Everard (esq.) 92; Hon James 
Everard 86; James Everard, Lord 
(baron) 138, 209; Hon. Lady 139; 
Hon. Lady Lucy 176; Hon. Maria 
Christina 92; Mary Isabella (Mrs. 
Henry A.) 182 
Arundel Castle, Sussex 7 
Ascough, Anne Benedict, O.S.B. 112 
Ashbourne, Derbys. 84 
Ashmall, Elizabeth 137, 151; Ferdi 
nand 62 

Ashton, Charles 57; James 151; John 
127; Lawrence, O.S.F. 152; Sarah, 
O.M.I. 189; Lanes. 137, 140, 146 
Ashton-Lane, Lanes. 118, 146 
Ashurst, John 164 
Asnieres, d , Pierre Amand Robert 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



275 



Carrey 111 
Asnon, Mary 86 

Aspinal(l), Aspinel, Ann, I.B.V.M. 
(abbess) 33, 34; Catharine, O.S.A. 27; 
Mary 150 
Aspl(e)y 41, 54 

Aspull, near Wigan, Lanes. 129, 130 
Asse, Jacques Michel 47 
Asseline, Jean Bapt., arch-bishop 119 
Assendon, Oxon 41 
Aston, Acton, William, S.J. 73 
Aston-Flamville, Leicesters. 82 
Aston HaU, Staffs. 160, 170, 197 
Athens 210 

Atherton, James 129; Thomas 9 
Atkinson, Elizabeth 121; George 79; 
John, O.S.B. 152; John Austin, O.S.B. 
97, 104; John Benedict, O.S.D. 170; 
Thomas 3 

Attenbrow, Elizabeth 199 
Aubert, 48; Gilles 47; Jean 

Baptiste 184 
Auberville, Constances 60 
Aubron, Jacque 52 
Aubry, Jean Baptiste 87; Julien 47 
Auckland [St. Helen], Durham 69* 
Augarde, 194; Catharine 

Frances 159; Francis 106 
Auguainville, France 62 
Aumont, Louis Jacques rlu Mesriil 90 
Aunay, France 99 
Austin, John 104 
Australia 210 
Austria 227 

Auvray, Austin, monk of la Trappe 
57; Jacques 91; Jean Baptiste Dubois, 
capuchin 99 
Avenal, J. 56 
Avignon, France 160 
Avranche(s), Auvranches 59, 61, 66, 
70, 71, 75, 76,* 80,* 81,* 99, 104, 116*, 
114, 115, 136, 139, 142, 149; St. 
Martin des champs 59 
Axminster, Devon. 73, 134*n, 159, 
160,* 173 

Ayles, Elizabeth 132; James 132 
Ayleworth, Ailworth, Ane 250; Eliza 
beth 25 IK; Ihoii 250; John 250,* 25 In; 
family 250r<; Martha 250 
Aylm er, Mary 108 

BACONS, near Ingatestone, Essex 

158, 224 

Bacilly, Avranches 80 

Baddeley, Thomas 156 

Baddesley, Warwickshire 44, 82, 111; 

Hall 192; School 82 

Baddesley-Clinton, Warwickshire 146, 

151 

Baden 213, 216, 257 

Bagley, Henry 102 

Bagnall, Ann Teresa, O.S.B. 145; 

Sarah 105 



Bagot, Catherine [O.S.A.] 104 
Bailey, Ann 239*n; Mary 239; Wil 
liam 239* 

Bailleul, Peter Thomas 42 
Bailly-Menager, le, Alexandre Ar- 
mand 67 

Baine als Kendal, John 2 
Baines, Ellen 169; John, O.S.D. 152 
Baker, Catherine 223; Charles, S.J., 
aln. David Lewis, S.J. (ven.) 247, 248*; 
Henry 240; James 223; Jane 240; John 
240*; Mary 138, 140, 143; Thomas 146 
Bake well, Derby 213, 229 
Balasdens, de, Jean Alexis 75 
Balby, Lincolnsh. 194 
Bale, Alexander 72 
Bale, Jul. Ch. 56 

Ball, Edward 31*r; George 4; John 
20 

Ballard, Sarah 72; Thomas 75 
Ballyhooly, co. Cork 213 
Ballymahon, co. Longford 219 
Ballyman, Dallyman, Thomas, O.S.B. 
50*n; [John] Gregory, O.S.B. 119 
Ballynakill, co. Wexford 90 
Balmer, Hannah 187 
Balouges, Rennes 77 
Baltimore [error, Maryland], Phil 
adelphia, U.S. America 44, 54, 55, 107, 
130, 136 ; archbishop of 130, 136; 
bishop of 44, 55 

Bamber, John 20: Sister Ignatius, 
O.S.T. 25 

Bamber-Bridge, Lanes. 219 
Banan, Christina Mary 205, 207 
Ban(n)ister, 199; Elizabeth 

196; Loftus 196; Robert 115; S. 199; 
Susannah 160; Thomas 184 
Bannier, le, Joseph 46 
Banks, Dorothy 99; Jane Mary 155; 
John 195; John Alban, O.S.B. 183; 
Thomas 168 

Banstats, Mary Agnes, O.S.T. 36 
Banston, Dorothy 94 
Banwell (so? Barn well), John 21 
Barbadoes 108 
Barbanchon, J.F. 50 
Barbe, John 179 

Barber, Alexius Benjamin 226; Eliza 
beth 150; James 113; John 187 
Barbier, le, Yves 46 
Bardell, Jane 166 

Barge, Benjamin 157; Catharine Mary 
157; Charles Ignatius 215 
Bargeton, de, Jacques Charles Denis 
128^ 

Barker, Elizabeth 172; and Linsey s 
05; Thomas, O.S.B. 63 
Barlbro , near Chesterfield, Derbys. 
154 

Barlow, Charles Emmanuel 224; Ed 
ward 4; Frances Clare, O.S.C. 50: 
Hannah 190; Jasper 215; John 7; 



276 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Melchoir 229 

Barnaby, Mary Austin, O.S.C. 123; 
Thomas 22 

Barnard, Gerard 22; James 27, 84; 
John 115 : 224 

Barnes, Ann 166; Charles Ignatius 
166; Elizabeth 64; George 91; James 
129, 166; [John] Laurence, O.S.B. 85; 
Joseph 10; Robert 35; Sarah Ann 203 
Barnet, Herts. 272 
Barneval, Rouen 60 
Barneville, Lisieux 66 
Barnewall, Bartholomew 182; Ellis 
144; Robert 121 

Barnwell, see Banwell 21; Cyprieii, 
O.S.B. 32 

Barnewell, Ellen 134 
Barns, Sarah 225 
Baroche, la, sous Luce, Mans 76 
Barpetri, see Gaultier, 149 

Barr, Ann 212; Thos. Bernard, O.S.B. 
156 

Barrat[t], Edward 188; Wisdom 64 
Barret [Richard], Maurus, O.S.B. 49 
Barrett, George 107; 229, John 141; 
Joseph 41; Louisa 73; Martha 114; 
Richard 229; Samuel Wisdom 176; 
Thomas 85; Winefride 173 
Barre, Jacques 47; Simeon 122 
Barrier, le, P. 61 
Barren, Catharine 158, 162 
Barrow, James 73, 122; John 111; 
Mary Barbara, O.S.A. 131; Richard 
(ex/S.J.) 73 

Barrow House, near Bristol 176 
Barruel, S.J., Abbe 146 

Barry, Edward 83; Eleanor 83; John 
58; Patrick 86; Richard 102 
Barse, de, Hyver 55 
Barstow, [Anne] Mary Magdalene, 
O.S.D. 201; (prioress) Mary 135 
Bartlett, Edward 21; als. Martin, 
Richard 4 

Barton, [Elizabeth] Mary Baptist, 
O.S.A. 45; Thomas 129; William 3 
Bas, le, Jean Charles 66 
Basset, Dorothy 80 
Bastille, Jacques Augustiii 61 
Bates, Ann 167 

Bath, Somerset 4, 21, 25, 34, 40, 50,* 
51, 62, 63, 64,* 68, 72,* 74, 78, 85, 86, 
103,* 105, 107, 117, 118, 120-123 pass, 
133, 134, 138, 143, 147, 151,* 154, 
158,* 160,* 163,* 164, 170, 172. 173,* 
177, 181, 197, 201, 213, 214, 218, 221, 
222, 225, 227, 243; Devonshire Build 
ings 103; English-batch near 218; 
Laura-place 221; Pierrepont-place 
225; Pierropont Street 243; Pulteney 
Street 214; Saw-close 222; Sion Hill 
154; Alice 158 

BathUrst, St. Mary s, River Gambia 
166 



Batt, Mary 134 
Battle, Joseph 159 
Baudouin, Thomas 99 
Baufils, Hughes Charles 91 
Baurin, Nicolas 88 
Bauyille, Rouen 70 
Baviere, Van, Benedict 46 
Baxter als Syson, John 7; Mary 
Baptist, O.S.C. 32; Mary 65 
Bayeux 56,* 59-62 passim, 65-71 pas 
sim. 75-77 passim, 80-82 passim, 87,* 
88,* 90, 96,* 99, 103,* 116, 132, 161, 
175,* 180, 184, 189, 206,* 211, 215, 
227; Cahagnelles 65; St. Douilly 80; 
St. Matthieu de Sallen 75 
Bayinghem, Boulogne 67 
Bayley, Mary 105 
Bayly, Eleanor 141, 270*/ 
Baynham, Herefords. 240, 265 
Baynham, George, O.S.F. 85 
Bazouge le Perouse, Bonnes 67 
Beacondale 202 
Bear, Matthew 6 
Bearblock, Joseph 84 
Beardmore, Elizabeth 85 
Bearscomb(e), Bucland, Devonshire 
7, 11, 18 

Beatah, Thorn., see Betagh 111 
Beaucamp, Jean Baptiste 53 
Beauchamp, D. Mary 173; Elizabeth 
Mary 101; George 120; William 118 
Beaufort [Beaufront], Northumber 
land 177 

Beaufront, see Beaufort 177 
Beaulieu, near Valogne, Normandy 
189, 201 
Beaumaris 196 

Beaumont, Edward 145; Guillaume 
(Prof.) 153; Joseph 227, 253; Margaret 
145; William 253 
Beauvais, France 119 
Beauvillier, de, Mary Frances Paula, 
O.S.B. 83 

Bechee, le, Jean Mathieu 76 
Beck, Ann 117; Anne 207; James 171; 
John 158 

Becket, Bridget, O.S.Bridget 53 
Beckford, Gloucesters. 45, 54, 200 
Bedel, Pierre 197; de, Nicolas 76 
Bedhampton, near Havant, Hants. 9, 
58, 102 

Bedingfeld, Sir Richard, bart 190, see 
Bedington, Lady Mary Benedict, 
O.S.B. 112 

Bedingfield, [Charles] Bonaventure, 
O.S.F. 22; Edward. 161; Sir R. 165 
Bedington [Bedingfeld], Mary Bene 
dict, O.S.B. (abbess) 112 
Bedouin, Pierre 48 
Beech Farm, Herts. 171 
Beelsby, Lincolns. 74 
Beely [Beoley] 4 
Beerenbrek [Veoren Broke], Petronilla, 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



277 



O.S.T. 119 

Beeston, Dorothy 182; Francis [ex 

S.J.] 107; George 57; Ja. 78; Mary 

187; Peter 12; Robert 196; Theresa 

Ann Augustine, O.S.A. 215; Theresa 

Austin, O.S.F. 215 

Beetham, Alfred Silvester 141; Isabella 

168 

Begg, Mary 118 

Begin, N. 170 

Beightonfields, Derbys. 91 

Belange, Michael 36 

Belasyse, Mary Scholastica, O.S.F. 

156 

Belbeuf, Rouen 67; de Pierre Augus- 

tin (bishop) 104 

Bele-house Farm, near Epping, Essex 

134 

Belinaye, Armand Marie (Marquis de 

la) 222 

Bell, Ann 86; Clare, O.M.I. 50; Sarah 

59 

Bellas[s], Isaac 57 

Bellasyse, Lady Catharine 30; Charles 

110; Charles, D.D., Lord Fauconberg 

127; Frances 167; Mary Augustine, 

O.S.B. 26; Mary Benedict, O.S.B. 51 

Belleisle 92 

Belle View, near Sheffield 209 

Belleville, Rouen 76 

Bellew, Edmund 92; family 171 

Belper Bilper, near Derby 86 

Bellingham, Catharine 117, 138; 

Charles 91 

Belmont, Manchester 209 

Bemil, Bayeux, France 76 

Benard, A. 170 

Bend (Bird), Mary Agnes, O.S.B. 

197*n, 201*n 

Benedict, Francis Lucas 216; Mary 

Agnes, O.S.B. 197 

Benedictine, one 157 

Benfleld, Mary Frances 182 

Bengal 124, 207 

Benham, Berks 52 

Bennet(t), 226; Catharine 144; 

Edward 11; Frances 185; Francis 

[Thomas Bede], O.S.B. 73; Jane 235; 

[John] Placid, O.S.B. 50; Joseph 

235*; Thomas 12, 23n; Will(iam) 2, 

226 

Benomi, Bonomi, Angelica 39 

Benson, Michael 188 

Benyon, Thomas 9 

Berger, John 120 

Bergeyk, in the Netherlands 187 

Bergicourt, Amiens 60 

Bergue, Amiens 60 

Bergue, de, Mary Felicite Eliza 182 

Berk(e)ley, 162; Appolonia 95; 

Lucy, O.S.B. 78; Elizabeth 114; 

Robert 92, 114, 162 

Berkmshaw, Thomas 164 



Berlin 63 

Bernard, Francois 60; Gerard 22; 

William 2 

Berne, William Nicholas 42 

Bernel, Frangois 48 

Bernier, Jean, J. 71; Paul Francois 66 

Bernstorff, near Copenhagen 230 

Berri, Due de 110 

Ber(r)ington, Northumberland 21; 

Catharine. Mary Benedict, C.R.S.S. 

29*n; Charles 108; Charles (bishop) 62; 

Henrietta 168; John 121, 249; Joseph 

179; Mary 109; Mary Placida [Anne], 

O.S.A. 145; Simon 8; Thomas 9, 93, 

162; William 36 

Berry, Bridget 54; Mat. 2; Robert 4 

Berthe, Marie Jeanne Antoinette 229 

Berthenelle, Alice 212 

Bertin, Henrietta de St. Magdalen, 

O.S.B. 85 

Bertrand, 43, 52, 71, 188; 

Anthony Stephen 42; Guy Simon 184 

Bertranville, de, Claude Francois 

Nicolas de Mery 87 

Berry, [James] Jerome, O.S.B. 26*n; 

John 140; [John] Jerome, O.S.B. 40; 

Mary Magdalen, O.S.B. 183 

Bertre, Le, J.D. 56 

Bertwistle, Richard 6 

Berwick Hill, Northumberland 117 

Berwick-upon-Tweed 114 

Besley, Frances Agnes 217 

Besnier, 115 

Best, Henry 160, 206, 218; Henry 

Kenelm 160; Lucy Magdalene (rel.) 

206 

Beswick [Francis], O.S.B. 49 

Betagh, Beatah, P. [Thorn ex S.J]. 

Ill 

Bethisy, de, Henri Benoit Jules, 

bishop 136 

Betts, Jn. 12 

Beuquet, John Stephen 138; Mary 216 

Beuselin, Jean Clement 61 

Beusschere, de (Bussekere), Agnes, 

O.S.A. 41 

Beuzelin, Jean Clement 48 

Bew, John, D.D. 188 

Bibby, Bilby, Mary Martine, O.S.B. 

(see Bilby) 41; James 133 

Bickerstaff, John 99 

Bickham, co. Somerset 207 

Bicknor English [co. Gloucester] 266n; 

Welsh, Here fords. 265 

Bidamant, Yves 81 

Biddleston, Northumberland 152, 203 

Biddulph, Charles 186; Frances 95, 

186; John 214; T. 186 

Bieville, Lisieux 77 

Biggleswade, Beds 213 

Biggs, John 9 

Bignon, Richard Francois 76 

Binau, Le, Jean Benique 60 



278 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Bilby, see Bibby 
Bilgrain, Eleanor 209 
Bill, Robert 186 

Billard, 185; J. Ch. 55; John 

162 

Billericay, Essex 141 
Billinge, see Bodoano, Margaret- 
Thomas 5; William 194; William 
Tasker 222 

Billington, Richard 188 
Billissent, Fra^ois 227 
Bincliffe, family 19n 
Binet, Jean Bapt. Charles 70 
Binter, Joseph 158 
Birch, Ann 168; Eliza Ann Augusta 
Maria Louisa 168; Joseph 148 
Bird, Ann 140; Christina 199; Chris 
topher Chapman 113; Edward Chap 
man 41; Hester 105; James (Capt.) 
94; Mary Agnes, see Bend; Mary 
Magdalen, V.H.M. 112; William 228 
Birdholme 180 

Birdsall, Cottam 187; Elizabeth 143; 
Ellen 140; John Austin, O.S.B. 220; 
Robert Butler 135, 140; William 226 
Birket[t] [Birkenhead ?] 53; 158 

Birmingham, Warwickh. 38, 39, 40, 
63, 68, 82, 89, 105, 117, 133, 139, 140 
150, 158,* 167, 169, 182, 192, 195, 
196, 206, 207, 210, 219, 221, 223, 224, 
225; St Chad s 140, 158, 193; Chapel 
House, St. Chad s 140, 158; Catholic 
Charity Schools 195; Parkgrove (near) 
225 

Birt, Henry Norbert, O.S.B. 17 
Bishop s-House, Winchester (Winton) 
101,* 112,* 197, 206, 213, 215 
Bisse, Susanna 234rc 
Bisshopp, Anna Maria 135; Ch 176 
Bisson als Matzura, Alexander 145 
Bival, 48 

Biville, Martin 76 

Birtha, bishop, see Talbot, James 33 
Birtley, Durham 21, 107, 130, 220 
Bishop, Clare, 3 O.S.C. 27; Elizabeth 
121; Elizabeth Mary Alipia, O.S.A. 
142; Francis 151; George 12; Henry, 
O.S.F. Ill; Mary Eugenia 72 
Blacher, le, Paul 110 
Blackbrook, near Prescot, Lanes. 5, 
14, 107, 145, 164, 217 
Blackbourn, John 3 
Blackburn 93, 105, 113, 150, 164, 181, 
187, 197, 212, 219; Edward 219 
Blackett, Elizabeth 150; Mary 129 
Black Forest 133, 167; Baden 181, 
216; Furtwansren 216; Suabia 176; 
195, 203 
Blackladies 226 
Blacklock, Mary 193 
Blackrock, Cork 189 
Blackman, Jane 155 
Blacoe, Jos. 5; Robert 156 



Blair, Mary Aloysia, O.S.B. 206 
Blair s College, Kincardine 220 
Blake, Bridget 140; Elizabeth 207; 
Martin, O.S.F. 136; Mary 92; W. 92 
Blanc, le, George Noel 87; Henri 80; 
Pierre Mathurin 66 
Blanchard, 214; Etienne 67; 

John 214 

Blandford, Dorset 153, 163 
Blandin, Pierre Adrien 81 
Blandyke 40 
Blanquet, Sarah 205 
Blaquiere, Hon Elizabeth 126 
Blevin(g), Helen, O.S.A. 32; William 
29 

Bloct, de, Alexandre Henri de Char- 
vigni, bishop 93 
Blois, France 70, 76, 99 
Blosseville, France 76 
Blond, le, Fran$ois Augustin 48; 
Jacques 67; Jacques Francois 65 
Bloodworth, Thos 127; Ursula 164 
Blount, Anne 148; Charles 107, 249; 
Charles Edward 249; Eliza 172; Eliza 
beth Courtenay 147; Elizabeth Parry 
172; Frances Magdalen, O.S.F. 161; 
George 147; Joseph 148: Lady 158; 

, Lady Mary 98; Michael 38, 153; 
Maria Eugenia Eleonora 36; Henry 
Tichborne 107; Susanna 249; Walter 
226; Sir Walter 27; William 172 
Blundel(l), O.S.C. 94; 

Charles Robert 225; Clementina 151*; 
Francis 39; Henry 110; Mary Collet, 
O.S.C. 37; Mary Xaveria (rel.) 78 
Blunham, Bedfordshire 178 
Blunt s Wall Manor, Essex 135 
Blyde, Ignatius [ex S.J.] 30; Joseph 
28; Joseph (ex S J ) 40; [Mary] Lucy, 
O.S.B. [abbess] 132 
Board, Ferdinand 138 
Boarmam, John [ex S.J.] 57 
Boarman, Peter Silvester [ex S.J.] 115 
Boast, Ann 213 

Bobee, Guillaume 87 

Bodenham, Bridget 167; Charles 172; 

Frances, O.S.B. 37 

Bodereau, Jean Bapt. Philippe 128 

Bodney Hall, Norfolk 44,* 45,* 58, 

64,* 78, 83, 85,* 101, 104 

Bodoano, Anthony Alexander 194; 

Margaret 194 

Bodwin, 138 

Boessy, Chartres, France 67 

Bogaerde, Van de Teresa 101 

Boggis, Dorothy 154 

Bohemia 169 

Bohiere, Jean 47 

Bois, du, Pierre 103 

Bois Heulin, Rouen, France 88 

Boisdefure, L Abbe 201 

Boishellain, Lisieux, France 67 

Boissell, Thomas 132 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



279 



Bolas, Bolus, Thomas Anselm, O.S.B. 
63 

Bolbeck, Rouen, France 149 
Bolina, bishop of 192 
Holland, George 171 
Bolton, Lanes. 164 ; Catharine Clare, 
O.S.C. 23; Jonathan 133; John [An 
selm], O.S.B. 93; John, see Holme [ex 
S.J.] 107; J.A. 118; Joseph (V.G.) 24; 
Henry 130; Mary 138; Martha 118; 
Peter 3 

Bolton-le-Moors, Lanes. 200 
Bolton Row 110 
Bomain, Thomas Francois 48 
Bombay 217, 230n; Station 58 
Bomber, Elizabeth 221 
Bommarts, Philip, O.S.D. 152 
Bond, [MaryJ Clare, O.S.B. (prioress) 
35 

Bonham, Wilts. 22 
Bonnet, Jeanne 200 
Bonne ville, Rouen, France 61 
Bonney, Catherine 213; Edwin 16, 
18n 

Bonomi, Benomi, Angelica 39 
Bonyard, 270; Joseph 270* 

Booker, Elizabeth 155; Joseph 224; 
Thomas 41, 172; William 64 
Boon, Ann Joseph Rose, rel. 112 
Boone, Edward [ex S.J.] 26; Joan 
[ex S.J.] 53; Mary [Rachel] Xaveria, 
O.S.B. 64 

Bootall, see Bootle 214 
Booth, Charles [ex S.J.] 57; George 
198; John 2; Ralph (Randolph) 20 
Boothby, Philadelphia 246/1 ; Martin 
264rj 

Bootle, Bootall, Liverpool 200, 214 
Bordenave, Anthony 106 
Bordley, Simeon (Simon) George 73 
Borini, Sarah Holt 219 
Borje, Nicolas Anne 47 
Bornham, Bornhem, 24, 25, 30, 34, 37, 
108, 111, 127, 131,* 142, 152,* 165,* 
170, 188, 205 

Bostock, George 2, 3; Henry 86; 
Mary 137 

Bosville, Boswell, Charles 113; John 
14, 19; Margaret 34; Teresa, O.S. 
Bridget 40 

Bosville, Rouen, France 80 
Bosworth Hall, Leicesters. 161 
Bouchart, M. 119 
Boucher, Louis 149 
Boucher, le, Louis 42 
Boudin, 87 

Boukes, Willibrordus Wyetse, 125 
Boulay-Morin, France 70 
Boullongne, Nicolas Jean Aug. M. 70 
Boulogne, France 9, 67, 87, 119, 162, 
216, 230 

Boulton, Helen 3; Will 3 
Bourbon les Gaillon 66 



Bourdeles, Anthoine 66 
Bourdelet, Marv Margaret, O.S.B. 183 
Bourdon, Adelaide Lewis, O.S.T. 149; 
Eleanor Teresa, O.S.T. 83 
Bourey, Coutances, France 77 
Bourgeaux, Jean Charles Michel 136; 
Pierre 88 

Bourges, France 67, 70, 103; Lunerie 
67 

Bourgneuf, Pierre 52 
Bourke, Francis, O.S.F. 34; Jane 31; 
Rickard 105; Rickard Edmund 105; 
Theobald Rowland Garvey 214; Ulick 
104 

Bourne, Andrew 256; Appalonia 256; 
Jacobus 19; Jane 98; Jonas 5; Louise 
Moreau 225; Mary 256; Mary Ann 256; 
Thomas 256 

Bourne, du, Guillaume Jean 80 
Bournier, John [S.J.] 226 
Bourret, Emmanuel 103 
Bouselin, Jean Clement 56 
Boussoniere, Le, 47 

Boutelier, Le, Thomas 48 
Boutier, N. 56 

Boutlege, Mary Joseph, O.S.C. 50 
Bowdon, Bowden, 92; Ann 208; 

George 38, 154; James 91; John 91, 
172 

Bower, William 13, 17 
Bowes or Boze, als Lane, Rob. 4 
Bowman, Anthony James 181; 
Charles 117, 138; Elizabeth 229; Peter 
Richard 172; Philip 98; William 95; 
William Charles 186 
Bowyer, Mrs. James 73; James Vin 
cent, O.S.D. 100; Lady Ann William 
85; Susannah 113 
Box, Ann 187; Charles 185 
Boyard, Guillaume 88 
Boycott, Mary 116; Richard 116 
Boyer, Mary 113 

Boyle, Charles 141; James 182; John 
198; Margaretta Maria Alexander 213; 
Teresa 182 

Boyne, John 109; Laurence 107 
Brabant 22 

Bracewell, Yorks. 187, 194, 212, 228 
Bracey, Edmund [ex S.J.] 22 
Bradley, John B., S.J. 220; Joseph 
220; Joseph (surg.) 192; Mary 192; 
William 85 

Bradney, Col. Joseph Alfred 233, 
244n, 245*n, 246, 252, 259n, 265r 
Bradshaw, (Bernard) Anselm, O.S.B. 
68; Grace 194; John 34 
Brady, Catherine 223; James 101, 144 
Braganza 209 

Brailes, Warwicks. 104, 118, 132, 135, 
153, 176,* 227 

BraiMord, Derbys. 208; Peter 4 
Brambridge, Hants. 127, 155 
Bramsby, Yorks. 6; see Brandsby 



280 



INDEX OF PLACES AND PERSONS. 



Bramston, James Yorke (bishop) 215 
Brand, Oath. 3; Eliz. 3; John 7; Mary 
3; Will. 3 

Brandsby, Yorksh. 6, 110 
Brassier, [Judith] Anne Marie, O.S.T. 
153 

Bray, (Counsellor) 109; Henry 

27; Michael 59; Thomas 49 
Bray-la-Campagne, Bayeux, France 
90 

Brazil, Prince of, Joseph [Braganza] 
31 

Brazil, S. America 31 
Brecknell, Gaspar 200 
Brecon, South Wales 141, 192, 257, 
272; Priory Church 272; Watton 
Mount 257 

Brecque, de la, Pierre 84 
Brenan, Charles 178 
Brenet, Juiien 80 

Brennan, John 209; William John 
198 

Brent, Henry [ex S.J.] 39; Mary Mar 
garet, O.S.T. (abbess) 25 
Brentano, Anthony Maria 191, 200, 
20 7n; Gertrude 191 
Brentans, Anthony Maria 200, 207*n 
Brent wood, Essex 41, 128 
Brentshaw, near Burnley, Lanes. 231 
Breque, de la, Pierre 88 
Bretherton, [Robert] Basil, O.S.B. 
220 

Brett, la Maison de, Leon 70 
Brettargh, [Richard] 49; Elizabeth 
184 

Bretteyille, France 67 
Breuville, Coutances 60 
Brewer, James 79; John [ex S.J.] 57; 
John [Bede], O.S.B. 152; Rebecca 74; 
Susanna 227; Thomas [ex S.J.] 28 
firewood Church, Staffs. 19 
Brewster, Ann, O.S. Bridget 152 
Brexel, Mathurin 115 
Briand, Louis 66 
Brianstone Street [London] 74 
Briant, Catharine 141 
Briaris, Eleanor 176 
Bricault, Louis 106 
Brickley, Patrick 183 
Bricon, Adrian 103 
Bride, Ellen, O.S. Bridget (abbess) 119 
Bridge-hill-house, near Canterbury 
163 

Bridge House, Dorchester, Oxon 195 
Bridgeman (als Street, Strutt) John 
Wilfrid, O.S.B. 23*n 
Bridgettine Nuns, Lisbon 112?? 
Bridgewater, Somerset 189; 176; 

Sarah 134, 137 
Bridgwood, Tho. 3 
Bridport, Dorset 35 
Bridzor 51, 177, 204 
Briers, Laurence 6; William 6 



Briffard, Jean Baptiste 75 
Brig(g), Lincolns. 74, 110, 118, 220 
Briggate 226 
Brigham, Jane 129 
Brighton 114, 117,* 118, 141, 149, 154, 
159, 164, 166, 168, 169, 172, 191, 194, 
202, 209, 218, 222, 224, 270; German- 
Place 164 

Brin, near Ashton 137 
Brina, Brimi, Bryri, near Wigan, 
Lanes. 31*>, 214 

Brindle, Ann 216; Jane 218; [John] 
Basil, O.S.B. 85; Mary Frances, O.S.T. 
174; Mary Placida, O.S.B. 97; R. 221; 
William 183 
Bringaut, Athanase 87 
Briquebec, Joseph 71 
Brisset, 42 

Bristol 8, 10, 28, 37, 50,* 74, 83, 84,* 
98, 99, 106, 112, 113, 121, 124, 125, 
148, 158, 164, 167,* 171, 176, 186, 201, 
202, 206, 208; Kingsdown 208; St. 
Michael s Hill 106; Unity Street 205; 
Wine Street 158 

British, Ambassador at St. Peters- 
burgh 173; Institution 195; Museum 
16, 29n, 3 In 

Brit(t)ain, N. 175; Sarah 74; T.L., 
O.S.D. 174 
Britten, 174 

Brit well, Oxon 51, 84, 92; House 104, 
108 
Broadbent, Mary 223 

Broadway 220; Ann 75; John 217 
Brockholes, Frances Fitzherbert 195; 
Roger 6; Thomas 5, 9; William Filz- 
herbert 138, 195 

Brod(e)rick, 208; Jane 208; 

Jane Ellen 208: Richard 193, 196; 
William 228 
Bromfield, Mary 36 
Bromsgrove, Worcestershire 98, 146, 
155, 194; Lint House 194 
Broomfield Lodge, Essex 228 
Broomhead, Rowland 145 
Brook(e)(s), 181; Ann 93; 

Bridget 74; Catharine 207; [Elizabeth] 
Ann Dominic, O.S.D. 131; James 
(Lieut.) 144; John 134; Leonard 119; 
Mary Ann, O.S.C. 24; Thomas 9 
Brook Lodge, co. Galway 140 
Brookman, 260 

Brooms, Durham 106, 114, 192, 204 
Brough, Yorks. 44; Hall 79, 166, 208 
Broughton 213; near Manchester 137; 
Yorks. 21, 39,; Hall 166, 196 
Brown(e), Ann 45; Charles 223; Helen 
186; Dorothy 45; Elizabeth 120; 
Frances Lady 35; Lady Frances, 
C.R.S.S. 138; Francis 117; George 
45, 190; Henrietta Adelaide Maria 
194; James 14, 150; John 4, 141, 205, 
212; Mark Anthony, Viscount Mon- 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



281 



tagu64; Mary 45, 163, 217; Peter 43, 

53; Peter, bart. 267; Richard 45, 

113*n, 130, 186, 223; Thomas 3; 

Thomas Hyacinth de Lont, O.S.D. 

174; William 75, 113 

Brownedge, near Preston, Lanes. 44, 

216, 227 

Bruce, Elizabeth Mary Ann, rel. 78; 

Mary Joseph, rel. 201 

Bruges, Belgium 14, 17, 21-23 passim, 

25,* 27*n, 29,* 30,* 32,* 34, 36,* 

37*n, 38, 40, 44, 45,* 07,* 101*n, 

111, 127, 131, 145, 170,* 179,* 180, 

183, 197*n, 201, 206, 211*, 227*; 

English Convent 97,* 127, 170, 197n, 

211; Monastery 145; St. Anne s 37n 

Brugger, John 203 

Brulier, Catherine, O.S.B. 44 

Brun, du, Pierre Antoine 47; le, John 

43 

Brunei, Anne, canoness 94 

Brunetti, Mary Judith 51 

Brungwin 255^ (parish) 

Bruning, Geo. [ex S.J.] 82 

Brussels 12, 21, 23, 25, 26, 30,* 32,* 

35-39 passim, 44, 45, 57, 78, 131, 149, 

161, 201; St. Gudule 44 

Bruyere, la, France 66, 70; St. Maclou, 

Mcalou 66 

Bruyn, de, John 34; Philip 143; Teresa 

95; Theodore 89 

Bryan, 59; Jane Clementina 

145; Joseph Nesbit 73; Juliana 79; 

Pierce 110 

Bryngwyn, co. Monm. 256* 

Buchan(n)an, Bridget 35; George 132 

Buche, Jean Baptiste 110; Jean Fran. 

Nic. 56 

Buckenham, Norfolk. 14, 96; House 

19 

Buckhurst, Robert 34 

Buckingham, 171; Ann 120, 

see Ewen, Kitty 171; Samuel 195 

Buckland(s), Berks. 37, 38, 79, 143, 

162, 168, 179, 181, 185, 210, 214 
Buckley, 173; Caecilia 84; 
Maria Margarita, O.S.B. 206; Mary 
90 

Budd, Joseph 38 

Buenos Ayres 134 

Buers, Peter 42 

Bugden, William 216 

Buhne(n), Paderborn 126, 133 

Buissy, de, Honore (abb6) 70 

Blllbeck, B.E. 186; Catharine 202; 

Elizabeth 199; J. 163; John 186; 

Martha 94; William 95 

Bulby 167, 187 

Bulk, near Lancaster 207 

Bullen, Mary 59; Robert 39; Samuel 

98 

Buller, John [ex S.J]. 115 

Bullingham, Hereford 192 



Bullmer, Bulmer, [Bertram] Marus, 
O S B. 30 

Bullock, Charles, O.S.D. 44; John, 
O.S.D. 142; Richard 95 
Bulstrode, Mary Clementina, O.S.C. 
69 

Buncombe, Jane 171 
Bungay, Suffolk 170 
Bunn, near Wigan, Lanes. 214 
Bunouf, Antoine Fr. Marin 77 
Buon, Jean Bapt. 120 
Burden, John Joseph, O.S.B. 100 
Bures, Bayeux 77 
Burey, 77 

Burgess, [James] Bede, O.S.B. 220; 
Margaret, O.S.B. 49; Mathias 27 
Burgis, Edward, O.S.D. 30 
Burgoyne, Elizabeth 102 
Burke, Ann 202; Anne Catharine 209; 
Bridget 171; Edmund 218; Elizabeth 
102; Frances 112; Francis 154; George 
Augustus 216; John 166, 202, 209, 
216, 218; Joseph 176; Judith 54; Mar 
garet 38; Mary 113, 146; Mary Ann(e) 
89, 157: Maunsell 146; Patrick 95, 102; 
Thomas 45 
Burlton, Harriet 133 
Burne, see Byrne 
Burn(e)ley, Lanes. 218, 231 
Burningham, Frances 193 
Burnhall 226 
Burns, Michael 247 
Burscough, Burscought, Lanes. 100 
Burt, James 255 

Burton, Lanes. 188; in Holderness 109 
Burton Constable, Yorks. 86, 148, 
150, 158 

Burton on Trent 6 

Burton Park, Sussex 135, 186, 201, 
214 

Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. 29, 31, 35, 
72, 115, 116, 139, 161, 163, 165,* 191, 
198, 206, 225 
Busby, John 43 
Busiquet, Jean Nicolas 93 
Busnel, Pierre Nicolas 71 
Bussekere, see [de Beusschere] Agnes 
O.S.A. 41 

Bus well, Rebekah 262 
Butler, Alban (Ven. Dom.) 13, 17; 
Charles 126; (K.C.) 199; Elizabeth 
159; George 120; James 38; John 
Cahier (ex S.J.) 26; Fleetwood [Jane,] 
O.S.T. 112; John Francis 164; Julia 
203; Mary 72, 126, 218; Philip 14, 18; 
Richard 203; [Richard] Bernard, 
O.S.B. 165; Robert 31, 181; Sarah 
146; Thomas 53, 214 
Butol, France 88 
Butt, Mary Clare, O.S.Bri. 142 
Butterfield, James 210 
Buxton, George 9 
Buxton Wells, Derbys. 33 



282 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Buzeville la Giffard, France 76 
Byerley, Byerly, Char. [exS.J.] 53, 57 
Byfleet, Surrey 35 
Byland, Ann 32 

Byrn(e), Agnes 178; Anastasia 185; 
Andrew, O.S.B. 22; Denis, O.F.M. 
258*n; Eliz. 171; Francis 89; Hugh 95; 
James 260; Jane 141; John 260; Julia 
260; Mary Anne, O.S.A. 161; Mary 
Theresa, O.S.A. 183; Simon Peter 207 



Byron, George 
Winofrid 130 



Laurence 138; 



CADEBY, Lincolns. 10, 12, 94 

Cadeville, Elizabeth, Countess of 173 

Cadley Moor, Lanes. 45 

Cadiz 84, 105, 106, 140, 158, 162, 172, 

213 

Cadshac, de, Adelaide Christiana, 

O.S.T. 69 

Cady, William 51 

Caen 71,* 153, 189,* 193; Notre Dame 

87; St. Jean 71*; St. Sepulchre 87; 

University 61, 153, 189 

Caen, Emmanuel Frederic, comte de 

66 

Cahagnelles, Bayeux 65 

Cahill, John 214; Mary 205; Richard 

186; Teresa 190 

Cahors, France 31 

Cahour, Louis Alexandre 66 

Caillard, Jean Baptiste 76 

Calabaguy, Madras 124 

Calbris, Louis 70 

Calcutta 88, 104, 166, 216 

Calderbank, Catherine 94; James, 

O.S.B. 149 

CaldweU, Elizabeth 46; Mary 190; 

Thomas 212; W. Augustin, O.S.B. 

127 

Gale Hill, Kent 142, 148, 229 

Calemard, Angelique 154 

Caley, James Anthony, O.S.F. 63 

Callaghan, Ann Frances 182; Laurence 

222; Owen 93 

Callais, Guillaume 76 

Callaly, Northumberland 140, 162; 

Castle 175, 204 

Callan, Lawrence 73 

Callanan, John Francis 133 

Calver, near Bakewell 229 

Calverleigh Court, Devon 196, 222 

Calvert, George 168 

Cambray, France 24, 26, 32, 34, 38*w, 

40, 49,* 54, 189, 267; Benedictine 

Dames of 49; Hospitalier Nuns, O.S.A. 

54 

Cameron 59; A. 59 

Campagnolles, France 110 

Campbell, James 51; Jane 19 

Camphius, Vincent John 109 

Campion, Denis Broderick 228 

Canada 200 



Canary, Island of 133 
Canford 53, 68, 78, 83, 149, 180; 
House 93, 94, 111, 119, 123, 160* 
Cann Hall, Essex 109 
Canneaux, 222; L.U. 227; 

Mary Ann Agnes 222, 227 
Canning, (Sup.) 152; Catha 

rine 158; Mary Eugenia 181; Francis 
98, 194; John, Major 166; Letitia 222; 
Robert 158; Thomas 166, 171 
Cannington, Somerset 108, 115, 119,* 
122, 138, 145,* 149, 156, 161, 189, 
197; House 97, 104; see Court House 
Canny, Roiien 70 

Canterbury, Kent 64, 148, 151, 155, 
163 

Cantfor(d)t, Cornelia 52 
Canu, le, Nicolas 77 
Cape of Good Hope 184, 199, 268 
Capet, Alexis 55 
Carantan(s), France 71, 77 
Carbart, Christ* 3 

Carbery, Edmond 225; Wm. Coleman 
133 

Carbeson, Helena, O.S.B. 44 
Carbonnel, Jean Baptiste 100 
Cardiff, co. Glam. 271; St. John s 
271 

Cardon, Louis Joseph 189 
Cardwell, John 3 

Carey, Catharine 166; Frances 98; 
William 98 

Carioot, Thomas (Carthusian) 26 
Carisbro(o)k(e) 166; Isle of Wight 129, 
155 

Carley, Dominick 216 
Carlisle 177, 229 

Carlton 11; Hall, Yorksh. 153, 155, 
217 

Carlu, Fran?ois 96; Jean Felix 184 
Carnaby, Robert 5 
Caron, Louis 80 

Carpenter, Ann Barbara 163; Arabella 
Petre 207; Ann Bibiana, O.S.C. 50; 
John 228; Teresa Catharine 228 
Carpue, Catharine 58; Charles 113; 
Charles Joseph 146; Edward 39; 182, 
Edward Joseph 121; Frances 270r 
Frances Agnes, 3 O.S.F. 37; Francis 
109; Henry 51; Joseph 31; Mary 95, 
186; Mary Ann 213 
Carr, James 79; Jane 163, 261; John 
6; Margaret 196; Mary Agnes, O.S.B. 
127; Stephen 261 
Carre, 48 

Carrington, Jos., O.S.B. 26; Mary 
105; William 35 

Carrol(l), 54; Anne 90; Anthony 

[ex S.J.] 44; Daniel 55; Henry 260; 
John (archbishop) 130; Thomas 265 
Carron, L Abbe 149 

Carshalton, Surrey 78, 85, 208 
Carter, Elizabeth 186; Ellen 102; H. 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



283 



174; James 207; John 33, 88; Mary 

207; Richard 109; Ursula, O.S.Bridget 

28 

Carteret, [Francis] Joseph, O.S.B. 23 

Carty, Edward 214 

Carver, Ann 185; Richard 192 

Gary, 146; Christopher 102; 

Elizabeth 105; Frances 103; George 

71, 103, 178, 181; John 147; Mary 94; 

Richard, Dr. 133; Sophia 122, 128 

Caryll, Lord [John Baptist] 30 

Casey, Matthew 100 

Cass, William 150 

Cassaedy, Michael 128 

Cassin, Francois 47 

Castabala (bishop), see Miliier, John 

109 

Castell, [Jane] Mary, O.S.C. 54; 

Martha Joseph, O.S.C. 54 

Castelno, de, P. F. d Albignac (Mgr.) 

(bishop) 122 

Castlebar 141 

Castle French, Ireland 177; Lyons, 

co. Cork 92 

Castrioto, Felix Antonio 59 

Cater, John 51; Mary 208; Mary 

Goodwin 208 

Caton, 7; Anne Scholastica, 

O.S.B. 189; Elizabeth 229; Mary [see 

Anne], O.S.B. 189; Thomas 169 

Catrow, Charles 89 

Cattanach,Jaiues 220; John C., S.J.220 

Catte, le, Anne (rel.) 131; Charlotte 

Edmund, O.S.B. 85 

Catteral, [Alexander] Benedict, O.S.B. 

35 

Catterick 144; 

Catton, Joseph 46 

Cauchard, Nicolas 96 

Cauehies, Peter 42 

Caumont, Antoine 59 

Causer [Cawser], Bennet, O.S.B. 49 

Caverswall 127, 128,* 135,* 202; 

Castle 139, 153, 161,* 162, 206,* 215, 

221*; Convent 216 

Cawser, see Causer 

Caye, G. 241 

Cenis de Bayeux 75 

Centurioe 115 

Cerf, Le, J. B. 55 

Cerqueux, France, 71 

Ceylon, Island of 172 

Chabert, Mary Josepha 34 

Chadwick, Ann [O.S.C.] 101; John 84; 

Mary Joseph, O.S.C. 68; Mary Mag- 

dalain, O.S.C. 54 

Chaillon, Alexis 99 

Chainais, la, Jean Pivache 48 

Chalmers, Isabella Mary Austin, 

T.B.V.M. (Sup.) 189, 193 

Chal(l)oner, Ann Jane 164; John 219; 

Richard, bishop 20 



Chambers, Thomas 9 
Chamberlain, 208; Elizabeth 

208; John [ex S.J.] 53; Mary 58 
Chamberlayne, George 127 
Chambourg, de, Louis 103 
Champ, Charles 178 
Champney, John 157; Mary 157; 
Thomas 128 

Chande(l)lier, Le, 61; Jacques 

Anthoine 67 

Chant(a)(e)l [Chantrell, Alice], Beat 
rix, O.S.T. 24; Pierre Laurens 47 
Chantrell, Alice, see Chantal 24; Ann 
Claro, O.S.C. 119 
Chaperon, Joseph Marie 76 
Chaplin, John 121; [James] Maurus, 
O.S.B. 104; Michael Anselm, O.S.B. 
25 

Chapman, Romanus, O.S.F. (provin 
cial) 50; Elizabeth 134w 
Chappell, Francis [Xavier], O.S.D. 
(provincial) 165 
Chapplin, Aim 85 
Chaptois, Pierre 76 
Chardon, Pierre Fr. 146 
Chare, Mary Christina, O.S.B. (abbess) 
189 

Charehigne, France 77 
Charken, William 85 
Charker, Anastasia 103; (family) 54n 
Charles, 163; X. of France 

221; III. of Spain 32 
Charlier, Angelique 95 
Charlotte, Louisa Mary, O.S.T. 180 
Charlton, Elizabeth 106; John, O.S.B. 
28; Margaret 203; William 58, 203 
Charn(e)l(e)y, Elizabeth, O.S.B. 98; 
Mary Frances, O.S.C. 24*; Winifred 
192 

Charnock, Alice 105 
Charpentier, le, Jean Nicholas 88 
Charrup, Mary Frances, O.S.B. 139 
Chartr(es), France 56, 66, 67, 69, 70, 
71, 81, 110, 128, 146, 197, St. Martin 
du Vieux Verneuil 66 
Chartreuse de Bourbon les Gaillon 66 
Chassainge, de, Jean 48 
Chastelet, du, Athanaise le Vaillant, 
O.S.B. 227 

Chateaugeron, de, Jean Marie 88 
Chateaulin, Quimper 66 
Chatel, Pierre Jacques 76 
Chaudermele, William 60 
Chaulieux, Avranches 88 
Chaumont, Denis 142 
Chauvin, John 42 

Cheeseburn Grange, Northumberland 
23, 127, 182 
Cheetham 170 

Chefdeville, Pierre Charles Nicolas 47 
Chelmsford, Essex 216 
Chemin, Louis 139; Louis Charles 



284 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Marie 66; du, Andre 103 

Chemitte, Antoine 99 

Cheny, Joseph Marie 76 

Chepstow, Mornn. 126, 228, 251*n 

Cherbourg, France 77, 268* 

Cherker, Charker, Elizabeth 54 

Chertsey [Surrey] 137, 203 

Chesterfield, Derbyshire 154,* 190 

Chesterman, Jacobus 18; James 14 

Chester 7, 12, 19, 43, 45, 180, 226 

Chester(s), 7; James 14 

Chevalier, le, Gabr. 197; Jacques 

Julien 59; Jules Laurent 215 

Chevreul, Mathurin 115 

Chevrollais, (Fran?ois Joseph) (Laza- 

rist) 157 

Chew, 173; Jane 72; J. 

[William] A[lexius], O.S.B. 196 

Chichester 110, 111, 119; Catherine 

Joseph Sales, C.R.S.S. 36*n; Charles 

Joseph 222; Frances, O.S.A. 36*n; 

John 147; Mary Honoria 196 

Chiclana, near Cadiz 106 

Chideock, Dorset 10, 11, 104 

Chilard, Felix Victor 269; Jean Bap- 

tiste Victor 268 

Child, Penelope 266 

Chilington 9 

Chipping Lawn, near Preston 22; 

Chipping Norton 158, 171 

Cholmeley(s), 6; Francis 110; 

Teresa Anne 110 

Chorley 146, 152; South Hill, near 

123, 152 

Chretiente, la 87 

Christchurch, Hants. 88 

Christian, John 109; Mary 229 

Chudleigh [Devon] 112n, 168; baron 

of 195; Lady Abbess 112r 

Chumley, Richard 226 

Church(es), 4; Edward [S.J.] 

145 

Churchill-Wood, Worcester 67, 83, 

91, 100 

Cianchettini, Francis 207; Veronica 

207 

Cibat, de, Francis 171; Monica 171 

Cinna, bishop of 12 

Cipolla, Francis 101 

Clack, Mary 134 

Clair, le, George Gabriel 81 

Clares, Poor Gosfield Park 123; 

House, Coxside, Plymouth 149, 156, 

160*; Lodge 201*; Scorton 183* 

Clark(e), Ambrose 171; Charles 194, 

266; Francis, O.S.F. 21; Harriett Eliza 

194; Jane 109; John 95, 227; J.H. 

248*; Ruth 151; William 102 

Clarkson, 122, 175; Ann 45; 

Emerentiana 73; [Edward] Alban 

[O.S.B.] 127; Geo. 122; Geo., O.C.D. 

123; Henry 192; John 124, 156; Mary 

221; Michael 175; Seth 213; William 



178, 221 

Claristes (O.S.C.), five 157 
Claughton 171, 212; Hall, Lanes. 6, 
138, 195 

Clavering, Ann, O S.B. (abbess) 54, 
57; Christina 140; Edward 204; John 
175; Mary 105; Mary Gertrude, O.S.A. 
45; Mary Honora 110; Monica 162; 
Nicholas 93; Ralph 29, 105 
Claxby, Lincolns. 8 
Clayton Farm, Yorks. 95 
Clayton,Agnes 229; Ralph 6; Thomas 7 
Cleey, Bayeux 60 
Cleghorn/Thomas 159 
Clemens, Pierre 103 
Clements, Charles 62; Elizabeth Agnes 
198; F.R. 170 

Clemensha(w), Giles, O.S.F. 22 
Clempson, John 103 
Clerc (Le), 48; Alexis 96; 

Charles 205; Julie 11 Louin 103 
Clermont 61, 70, 76,* 81; College de 
St. Genest 76; St. Gervais 61*; St. 
Farjeol 70 

Cliff(e), Yorks. 13, 18, 33, 54, 84, 209; 
Hall, N.R. 86, 98 
Cliffe, Francis 67 

Clifford, [Anna Maria] 93; Anne 
Teresa, C.R.S.S. (rel.) 75n; Appol- 
lonia Dowager Lady 133; Hon. 
Charles, Lord 195; Hon. Charlotte 
75*n; Hon. Eleanora Maria, Lady 
216; Francis 98; James Francis 203; 
Hugh, Lord 41; Lady 85; Lord 137, 
144; (Mary Lucy,) Lady 195; Hon. 
Robert 137, 204; Rose Mary Eliza 
beth 262; Hon. Thomas 29, 203; 
Hon. Thomas Thomas 137; Walter 93 
Clifton, Somerset 83, 109, 134, 138, 
190, 229; Dowry Square 190; Hill, 
near Lancaster 219; Anna Maria, 
O.S.C. 116; Isabella 59; Francis [ex 
S.J.] 115; John 199 
Clinchamp, France 88 
Glints, Yorks. 20, 196 
Clinton, Alexander [ex S.J.] 73 
Cliquet, Jean 104; Pierre Joseph 88 
Clitha, see Clytha 
Clithero, C 200 
Clonard, 109; Sarah 109 

ClonmeU 199; St. Patrick s Well 199 
Cloppe(s), Emily (rel.) 179, 183; 
Marguerite Emilie, O.S.D. 179, 183 
Closey, William 171 
Closset, Closette, John (Joseph ex 
S.J.) 21 

Clouard, Nicolas 71 
Clough, Anthony 40; Bridget Mary 
Aloysia (prioress) 132; Constantia, 
O.S.T. 97 

Cloyne, co. Cork 261 
Clytha 252,* 253,* 254*; Clitha 255,* 
256*; Chapel Farm 256 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



285 



Coates, Francis 86 

Cobb, George [S.J.] 174 

Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. 178, 

180 

Cocatrix, John 43; Nicolas 42 

Cockenhall, near Durham 91, 97, 101, 

112,* 119, 131,* 135, 136, 142, 160, 

174,* 184 

Cockran, Corcoran, Felicitas 32; see 

Corcoran 

Cockshott, 187; Anne 187; 

Catherine 212; Elizabeth 194; John 

228; Thomas 212 

Cockson, Hiram 178 

Codrington, Bonaventure 2 

Coen, Edmond, O.S.F. 85; Michael 

110 

Coffee, Timothy 172 

Cogan, Edm. [ex S.J.] 111 

Coghlan, Ann, O.S.C. 183; Elizabeth 

72; John 99; John Peter 16,* 29n, 30, 

31*rj, 43, 74, 99; Peter, O.S.F. 68; 

Ralph 64; William 134, 215 

Cohu, J. Alex. 56 

Coin, Le, Ch. A. 56 

Coipel, Jean 99 

Coisnon, Pierre 77 

Colas, Ant. 56 

Colbert, Patrick 261; S. (Mgr.) 115 

Coldham, near Bury St. Edmunds 

161; Hall 178 

Cole, Elizabeth 195; Robert [ex S.J.] 

115 

Colebeck, Ed: 2 

Colegate, John 122 

Colegrave, Bridget 118; Elizabeth 141; 

Mary 109; R 79; William 41, 109 

Coleman, Susannah 223 

Collet, Michael 60 

Colletch, John 182 

Colleton, John, Sir (bart.) 84 

Collier, Joseph 163 

Colliers Inn, Herts. 34 

CollingS, Caecilia, O.S.B. 32 

Collins, 155; Ann 198; John 

162; Maria Josepha, O.S.B. 94; Mary 

161; Mary Ignatius, O.S.B. 124; 

Patrick 261, 269; Randolph 58n; 

Teresa [O.S.B.] 82; [William] Joseph 

O.S.B. 89 

Collingridge, 79; Alban 178; 

Ann 125, 200; Dr. (bishop) 183; 

Edmund 83, 109; Elizabeth 102, 177, 

191; Henry 84; James 84; Joseph 224; 

Mary 213*; Sophia 175; Thomas 103, 

109; Williams 124, 125, 223 

Colh ngWOOd, Anthony 166; George 4 

Collison, Agnes 168; Edward 168 

Collopy, Timothy 114 

Collos, 87 

Collyer, Eleanor 172; Mary Dorothea 

(rel.) 145; Mary Euphrasia (rel.) 202 

Cologan, Bernard 126; Isabella 169; 



Thomas 109 
Colombo, Ceylon 172 
Colomby, Bayeux 69 
Coltsmann, Christine 228; John 154, 
224; Patrick 228 
Colvert, Thomas 4; William 4 
[Colwich], see Lichfield 
Comana, bishop of 34* 
Comerford, Ann 54; James 202 
Commanna, Leon 99 
Commonce, Isabella 94; John 110 
Compiegn(e) 49,* 179 
Compte, le, Jean Baptiste 75 ; 
Marc Aiitoine 52 ; Michael 43 ; 
Thomas Phillip 42 
Compton, Philip 84 
Comyn, John S. 209 
Conden, Margaret Nangle 209 
Condom, bishop of 42 
Coniat, le, Fra^ois 76 
Conick, in Ramarania, Asia Minor 214 
Connell, Catherine Mary 211; William 
213 

Connelly, John 129; Mary 113 
Connor, Bryan (surgeon) 125; Charles 
109 

Conolly, 221; Bartholomew 

190; Ch. 181; Charles 89, 221; [John] 
[S.J.] 139; Mary Catherine 147; 
Teresa 117 
Consitt, Francis 84 
Constantine, William 4 
Cope, Elizabeth 129 
Copenhagen 148,* 230* 
Constable, Edward 86; Frances 172; 
Francis 109, 150; Maria 109; Lady 
Mary Macdonnell 168; Maxwell 
Marmaduke 144; Maxwell, Lady 
Winifred 80; Thomas (bart.) 158, 168; 
William Haggerston Maxwell 59; 
William Stanley 218 
Contencin, Alfred 213 
Con way, James Michael 159; Joseph 
173; Susanna 163; Tobias 203 
Conyers, Clare, O.S.A. 201; Rowland 
86 

Conzie, de, Louis Frangois Marc 
Hilaire (mgr.) 93. 

Cook(e), Catherine 225; Charles Re 
ginald 117; Elizabeth Mary Ann 84; 
George Doughty 120; John 45; John 
Peter 194; Joseph 84, 109; Maria 
Annunciata 164; Mary 191, 208 
Cooling, Patrick 133 
Coombes, H[enry William] 181; John 
43; Mary 181: William 151 
Coope, James 121 

Cooper, 115; Agnes 209; 

Amanda, O.S.B. 104; Caroline 172; 
Catharine 199; Elizabeth 151; Joa 
chim (rel.) Ill; Lucy 144; Luke 29; 
Martha 191; Mary 151; Richard 72; 
Thomas 271 



286 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Cope, Ann 92; Thomas 99 
Copp, Cleopha 214n; Susannah 137 
Coppinger, see Dowling, Louisa An 
toinette 144; James 144; Julia 109 
Coragan, James 137 
Corballis, Catharine, I.B.V.M. 215 
Corbe, [J-j Charles [ex S.J. 127] 
Corbin, 146 

Corbishly, Samuel 192 
Corby [co. Lincoln] 166, 187, 194; 
Henry 202 

Corcoran, Cockran, Felicitas 32; Eliza 
beth 93; James 108; John 86; Michael 
113; Winifred 186; see Cockran 
Cordelier, frere, Vincent Jego 6 
Cordell, Charles 35 
Cordery, Elizabeth 185, 27 
Cordova, Michael Blasius 130 
Corfu 192 

Corguille, le, Louis Charles 71 
Cork 126, 260; the Cove of 260; 
Ursuline Convent, Blackrock 189 
Cormier(e), 69; Jacques 124 

Cormick, Margaret 228 
Cormol(l)ain, Bayeux 62, 81 
Cormount, near Montreuil 85* 
Corn(e), Charles Carolus 14, 18; James 
130, 138 

Cornforth, Cicily Joseph, O.S.C. 24; 
Thomas 7 

Coriolis, Camille 117 
Cornelius, Mary Ann 185 
Corner [Corney] Henry 101; Peter 222; 
Sarah 102 

Corney, Ann 173, see Corner, Henry 
101; Elizabeth 120; Dorothy 95; 
Robert 186; Thomas 114, 191 
Cornsay House, co. Durham 137; 
Lodge 121 

Cornthwaite, Richard 84 
Cornwall, John 9 
Coquiere, Louis 116 
Corral, Clare 150; William 180 
Corranzes, Chartres 70 
Corser, Anne 227; Edward 65, 228; 
John 193; Sarah 105 
Corvan, Catherine 222; Patrick 209 
Corvez, Guillaume 136 
Cosnard, Francois 103 
Costello, Josephine 106 
Cossey, near Norwich 174, 200; Hall 
106 

Cotes, John 44 

Gotham, Lawrence 144, 187; Winifred 
Maria 187 

Cottam, Lanes. 115, 169; Elizabeth 
94; James 113; Susanna 141; Thomas 
162 

Cotter, James 191 

Cottrell, Ann 202; Thomas, O.S.F. 
131 

Cottun, Jacques 65 
Couche, Elizabeth 147; John 86, 123; 



Richard 208; Thomas 105; William 
213 

Coudray, du, Francois Marie 211; Jean 
Baptiste 184 

Cough, [Elizabeth] Ursula, O.S.A. 32 
Coughton, Warwicks. 64, 83, 150, 156, 
182, 217; Court 205; Hall 167 
Coulonge, Evreux 76 
Coulson, Alphonsa, O.S.C. 127 
Coulthurst, Catherine Mary 217; John 
N. 217 

Counsell, Elizabeth 262; Ellen 264; 
J. W. F. 262; Mary Agnes 262; 
William 264 

Coupe, Dorothy (rel.) 94; Jos., S.J. 
210; [Thomas] Jerome, O.S.B. 179 
Coupeau, Michel [O.P.] 81 
Couppesarte, Lisieux 60 
Courcellier 87 
Courcereaux, Seez 81 
Courmesnil, de, A. J. B. 55 
Court House, Cannington, Somerset 
161 

Courte, Francois Jean Baptiste 132 
Courtenay, Charles 168; Mary 167 
Courtfield, Monm. 34, 265,* 266*n; 
Cottage 224 
Cousin, Pierre 268 

Coutance(s) 43, 55,* 56,* 60,* 61, 62,* 
65,* 66,* 67, 70,* 71,* 75, 76,* 77,* 
80, 81,* 87,* 88,* 110,* 115, 
124, 132,* 136,* 139,* 180, 184, 189, 
200, 206; Rauville la Place 76; 
Ste Anne de Vire 60; St. Flossel 81; 
St. Ursin 8 1 
Coutelier, Th. 55 

Coutinho, Domingos de Souza 207 
Couture, de la, Michael Guerin 42 
Coventry 82, 108, 119, 227 
Cowban, 150; 164; James 

21,* 229; John 14, 18; Thomas 228 
Cowbin, James 181 
Cowdr(e)y, Ann 125; Joseph 94; 
Mary 180; Theresa, O.S.T. 101; Ur 
sula 94 

Cowes, Isle of Wight 163, 179, 205, 
216, 225* 

Cowl(e)s, Alice 255; Elizabeth 255; 
James 255; Richard 255; William 255* 
Cowley Hall, Lanes. 26; Hill 25, 33 
Cowley, John 90; William Gregory, 
O.S.B. 68 

Cox, 180; Ann Maria 45; Felix, 

O.S.F. 28; Elizabeth 185, 205; Mary 
79; Mary Felix, O.S.C. 24; Robert 
Kilbye 203; Samuel 185 
Coxside, Plymouth 127, 189 
Coxstone, St. Maughari s, Monm. 241 
Coyn, Mary Phillippine, O.S.T. 174 
Coyney, W. H. 184 
C. P. 250 

Craggs, Charles 194; J. 198 
Craike 114 



INDEX OF PEBSONS AND PLACES. 



287 



Crake, York 102 

Cranford 178 

Cranmer, Mary 41 

Crathorne, Cleveland [U.S.A. error] 

18; Yorks. 14, 18; 14; Ann 158; 

F. (Rev.) 188; Francis 151; Geo. 158, 

188; Ralph Henry 64; William 5 

Crawley, Mary 171 

Creagh, Ann 79; Dan 74; Mary 55 

Crean, Christopher 140; Sarah 217 

Creevy, Barnaby 138; Michael 151 

Cremaur, de, Charles 114 

Cremona Lodge, co. Limerick 132 

Crenley, Bayeux 81 

Crepelle, Charles S. 99 

Crescent, Carlisle 229 

Cressenville 87 

Creswell 127, 156 

Cretteville, Coutances 71 

Creveiul, Michel 53 

Crichley, Thomas 191 

Crickhowell 252 

Crief 220 

Cringle, Alice 153 

Crispin, Capt. R.N. 190, 191; 

B. Capt. R.N. 217; Ellen 190; Susanna 

191 

Croft(s), near Winwick, Lanes. 190; 

Anne 243*; Charles Herbert 243; 

Elizabeth 243; family 243*n; 244n 

245n; James 243*; Mary 51, 244; 

Phebe 245; Thomas 243*; Turber- 

ville 245*n 

Croix, La, Mademoiselle 158 

Croix, de la, Claude Frangois 70 

Croloy, Amiens 70 

Cromwell, Oliver 197n 

Cronan, Daniel 260 

Crondon Park, [Essex] 169 

Cronier, Christina Maria 154; James 

180; Jean 46; Margaret 185 

Crook, Christopher 216; [George] 

Joseph, O.S.B. 73; John 151, 221*; 

Mary 221; William 172 

Crookall 107, 118, 164 

Crookhall, Crookall, 118; [Elizabeth] 

Mary Monica, O.S.B. 206; John 212 

Croppers 118; Hill 184 

Croquette, Peter Andrew 42 

Crosby 115; Elizabeth 102; George 

117, 208; James 145 

Croskell, William 226 

Cross, Ann 158; Barnard (Crow), S.J. 

25; Mary Bonaventure, O.S.C. 201; 

Thomas 119, 122, 123; J.,S.J. 215 

Cross Brook 188 

Croston 113, 183, 212, Hall, Lanes. 

124 

Crouch, Frances 133 

Croucher, Christopher 11 

Croudace, Elizabeth Ann(e) 239*; 

Elizabeth Thomasina 239; Thomas 

239 



Croutes, des, Jacq. Ch. Fr. Guiii. 
Sulpice Joenne 77 

Crow, Ann Mary 148; Barnard (Cross), 
S.J. 25; Thomas 103, 151, 168; Wil 
liam 168 
Croxton 200 

Croy, Duchesse de, Maria 176 
Croydon, Surrey 200 
Crump, Lucy, O.S.C. 211 
Cruse, Charles 85; Mary 219; William 
94, 162 

Crutchley, Elizabeth 235 
Cuba 44 

Cuddon, Jame 182; Thomas 177 
Cuerden, Mary 78; Thomas [ex S.J.l 
40 

Cuesnon, France 77 
Cuff, Ann 122 

Cugnoni, Dr. 176; Lucy Magdalen 
195; Mary 65 

Cull, Dina 150; James 157; Jane 172 
Cullen, Martha 105; Murty 98 
Cullin, Sarah Grace 141 
Culloville, co. Armagh, Ireland 93 
Cunchy, Le, Comte de, Marechale 120 
Cuney, Ed. 2 
Curate, Mary 181 
Curell, Mary, O.S.A. 179 
Curran, Charles 261; family 261 
Currin, Grace 85 

Curson, 266; George 186; Sir 

John 266; Penelope 266 
Cuthbertson, Francis 172; Mary 228 
Curtis, Peter 3 

Cutter, Ann 264; Jane 264; John 264; 
Sarah 264; Simon 264; Simon Caleb 
264; Thomas 264 
Cwmcarfan, Monmouths. 247 
Cwmcarvan 246* 
Cwmyoy, Monmouths. 245n 

DADFORD, Thomas 252 

Dagnall, Alice 105; George 185 

Daguin, Claude Jean 81 

D aigremont, L. 56 

Dalby, Old, on the Woolds 178 

Dale, John 138 

Dalican, Nicolas Frangois 60 

Daliganx, Jean 61 

Dallyman, Thomas, O.S.B. 50*n; see 

Ballyman 

Dalmont, Jean Frangois 189 

Dalton, Bridget 62, 64, 151; Jane 

Mary Clare O.S.T. 160; John 147, 148, 

Mary 147, 148, Mary Ann Teresa, 

O.S.T. 40; Michael Joseph 249 

Daly, Elizabeth 144; James 199 

Damant, Mary Julia 198; Samuel 

209; Wm. F. J. 157; Eliza Longworth 

216 

Danby, John 65 

Danby on Yore, Yorks. 26, 128 

Daneel, Ives 120 



288 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Danell, Charles 79, 129; James 195; 
John 91; Mary 117 
Dangerfield, Mary 117 
Daniel(l), " 35; Ann 185; Ed 

ward 11, 142; Elizabeth 33; Fr. 75; 
J. 176; James 46, 178, 185, 191; John 
74, 82, 156; Joseph 138; Mary 86; 
Peter 147; Robert, O.S.B. 21; Thomas 
12, 191; William 10, 14; William 
Daniel Foster 18 

Daniels, Capt. 187; Ann 187 

Danjou, 47 

Danson, William 96 
Dantan, [Anne] Catharine Teresa, 
O.S.D. 161 

Dantzic House, Danby, Yorks. 128 
Daquin, Claude Jean 81 
Darby, Elizabeth 151 
Darcery, Thomas 105 
Darell, Henry 90, 229; Mary 229; 
Philip 118, 194; see Derail 
Darley, Catherine 222; Edward 134; 
Elizabeth 155; Frances 36; George 
148; James 58; Mary 147; Sarah 92 
Darlington, Carmel House 211 
Darrell, Dorall, James, S.J. 25 
Dartford, Kent 28 
Dartmouth [Devon] 99 
Dartois, Natalia, O.S. Bernard 68 
Daubichon, Jean Baptiste 69 
Daudray, Marc 67 
Daumenil en Vexin, France 70 
Davey, Joseph 125; Mary 99; Robert 
158; Sarah 186; W. 195; William 125 
Davi(e)S, Ann 195,* 256; Catherine 
89; Dorothy 39; Eliza 215, 251, 261; 
Elizabeth 256; Evan 235n; George 
261*; Isabella 200; Jane Mary 173; 
John 8, 101, 256*; Mary 114; Rowland 
57; Samuel 10; Sarah Catharine 182; 
Thomas 198, 251; William 126, 249, 
256 

Davison, James 18; Jn. 13 
Davoust, Francois Michel 60 
Dawber, John, O.S.B. 108 
Dawe, Mary 46 

Dawkes, Mary Felicitas, rel. 160 
Dawson, George 207; Thomas 200 
Dax, France 170 

Day, Capt. 216; Charles 215; 

Frances 218; Emilie 216; Emily 214; 
James 176; Mary 151; Thomas 7, 151 
Deal [Kent] 108 
Dean House, Wilts. 63, 64 
Dearlove, Thomas 181 
Dease, Oliver 133 

Debord, James 18; Jn. 13; Mechtilda, 
O.S.B. 119 

Debra, Doberus, bishop of 20 
Decamp, Clement 81 
Declan, Jacques 60 
Decorches, Jean 104 
Deday, 86; Mary 212; Susannah 125 



Deirnck, Mary 195 

Delafosse, Jacques 139 

Delaire, Charles Fran$ois 146 

Delaney, 196; J. 192; J. E. 

192; Sarah 137 

Delattre, Wm. 71 

Delauney, J. Fr. 55 

Deleney, Edw. 158 

Delivrande, France 71 

Delmedico, Peter 80 

Demara 180 

Demarara 90, 162, 225 

Demasures, P. M. 193 

Demay, Jos. 192 

Dernier, Elizabeth 151 

Dempsey, Elizabeth 167; Joseph 106; 

Martin 130; Thomas 32 

Denais, Mathurin Francois 80 

Dendaretiqui, Mary 223 

Denie, Winefrid 154 

Denis, Frangois 132 

Denmat, le, Jean 90 

Dennett, Helen Mary Teresa, C.R.S. 

45; Henry 88; James [ex S.J.] 31; 

Margaret Mary Stanislaus, rel. 131 

Dennison, John 147 

Denyer, H. L. 173 

Deptford, 125 

Deplanque, James, O.S.F. 160 

Derby 28, 127, 219 

Deschaires, Angers, France 76 

Deschamps, Benedict Hyacinth 42; 

Joseph Charles 60 

Deschams, 47 

Desessment, Jean Louis Claude 70 

Desmarets, Francois 87 

Dessaux, Remain 210 

Destrevaux, Jen>me 128 

Destrpm, Catharne 54 

Devail, Duvall, Edward 19 

Devaux, Henrietta 173 

Devely, France 70 

Devereux, Grace Mary 137; John 137, 

194; Judith 102 

Diacre, Pierre Paul Andre Osmont 

des Aulnez 77 

Dicconson, Edward , bishop 8*n 

Di[e]derick, Bernard [ex S.J.] 44 

Dieppe, France 110 

Dierkes, Mary Elizabeth 225 

Dieulouard, Lorrain, France 22,* 26, 

40, 62, 63, 131, 148, 152, 160, 179,* 

193, 196, 197, 220* 

Digg(e)s, 8; Francis ex S.J. 

21; Jn. Dudley 12; Thomas [ex S.J.] 

91 

Digauville, France 67 

Digby, [William] Jerome, O.S.B. 165 

Dignum, Ann 72; Charles 177 

Digny, Chartres 81 

Dikyns, Dykins. Emilia 235n; William 

235 

Dillon, Ann Sophia 108; Arthur 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



289 



Richard, archbishop 96; Catharine, 
O.S.B. 58; Hon. Charlotte, Lady 
Viacbuntjeas] 46; Elizabeth 194; 
family 227: see Fzances Healde 10 In 
Frederick 171; Henry, Hon. Col. 58*; 
Sir John Joseph (Knt.) 223, 227*n; 
Marcella, I.B.V.M. 112; Peter 79; 
Richard 20; Stephen 31; Viscount 
234n; William Mervin 108, 167 
Dinan 81 

Dines, Helen 190 

Dingastow, Dingestow, Monmouths. 
245 

Dixie, James 194 

Dixon, James 9; [Nicholas] Ambrose, 
O.S.D. 22 

Dixton, Monmouths. 238n, 239 
Dobson, Ann 143; James 150; Mary 
Clare, O.S.C. 211; Thomas 210 
Dod(ds), 169; Charles 6; Edward 

109; Elizabeth 59; Francis 4; James 5; 
Thomas 143, 208 
Dodbrook 18 

Doddin(g) Green, Doddingrove, West 
moreland 11, 68, 82, 226 
Doherty, John 118 
Dol, France 215 

Dolan, Caroline Frances 217; Caroline 
Mary 181; Eleanor 167; John 166; 
Mary 36; Mary Ann Teresa 169; 
R. H. 173; Robert 217 
Dolen, Catherine 195 
Dollman, Eleanor 109 
Dolmain, Charles 99 
Dolphinlee, near Lancaster 113 
Domiencourt, Louis Alexandre 88 
Donaldson, Mary 118 
Donata, Maria Ludovica D Avril, 
O.S.B. 135 

Doncaster, Woodlands 225 
Donellan, Patrick, O.S.D. 44 
Donet, Joseph 60 
Donlon, John Lewis 147 
Donnelly, Elizabeth 106 
Donovan, Ann 138; Cornelius 95; 
Jeremiah 109; Patrick 194 
Doolan, Francis Taylor 129; J. 212; 
Mary Ann 128 

Dorall, Darrell, S.J., James 25; see 
Dare 11 

Dorchester, Oxon 120, 125, 158, 186, 
195, 200 

Dore Abbey, St. Mary of the cell in 
the wood 244n 

Doria, Hon. Catharine 168; Joanna 58 
Dormer, Charles, Lord 144; Frances 
111; Mary Catherine, O.S.F. 124; 
Robert 162; Robert [ex S.J.] 37 
Dornan, Charles William 270 
Douay 5*n, 6, 7,* 9-14 passim, V2n, 
21-28 pass., 32, 34, 35, 37,* 39, 45, 
49,* 68, 71, 82-84 pass., 86, 88-93 
pass., 96,* 100, 104, 107,* 111,* 115, 



118,* 119, 122,* 123,* 126, 127,* 
130,* 131 135,* 138,* 141, 142,* 145,* 
148,* 150,* 155, 156,* 164,* 165,* 
169,* 174,* 179,* 183,* 188,* 193, 
196,* 200,* 205,* 210,* 219,* 220, 
226*; College 119 
Douchez, Mary 164; Peter 103 
Douduit, Jean 103 

Doughty, Anne Maria 31; Charles 80; 
Charlotte 105; Elizabeth 172; George 
72; Henry 55, 58; Robert 46 
Douglas(s), Bridget 41; James 207; 
John, bishop 115, 271; Mary Augus- 
tina Teresa Ann, O.S.T. 69 
Doullens, [Franco] 49 
Douthwaite, Ann 128 
Douville la Bruyer, France 70 
Dover, Kent 46, 116 
Dowd, 261; Thomas 261 

Dowling, Ann 104; Louisa Antoinette 
144; Sarah 150 
Down(e)s, Richard 13, 18 
Downham Market 181 
Downsell Hall, Essex 143 
Downside 131, 142, 145, 161, 165,* 
170, 179,* 183, 196 
Doyle, Ann 181; Ann Maria 191; 
James 121; John 155; William 25 
Doyne, John [Joseph ex S.J.] 89 
Draper, Mary 260; Richard Sanders 
223; William 260 
Draquemont, France 81 
Drax, Yorkshire 117, 195; Abbey 195 
Draycott, Elizabeth 173, 175; George 
207; Henry 210; Mary 170; Mary 
Elizabeth, O.S.B. 215; Phillip 177 
Dresdaile, Isabella 121 
Dresden 137 
Driscol, Michael 109 
Drogy, Francois Antoine 139 
Dru, le, Guillaume 60; Jacques 60 
Duany, Frances 79 
Dubisson, 153 

Dublin 58, 73, 85, 105, 109, 118, 166, 
198, 199, 204, 211, 215, 261; Francis- 
court 105; Harcourt-street 199; 
Loretto House 211, 215; Merrion- 
square 1 66 

Dubois, Fran9ois 165; Jacques 88 
Dubois-Motte, Gabriel Gaspard 139 
Duboscq, Jean Francois 139 
Due, Le, Jacque 52 
Due, le, Jean Jacq. 77 
Duck, Elizabeth, O.S.T. 170; Mar 
garet 144 

Duchatel, Louis Fran9ois 132 
Duchesne, J. 56 

Ducket(t), 8; [George] Edmund 

O.S.B. 37; James 171 
Duckworth, Eliza 223; William 223 
Duclos, 197; Pierre Paul 71 

Ducroq, Abbe 53 

Dudoues, 48 



290 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Duf(f)OUT, Charles Felix 70; Joa [John 

Du Trour ex S.J.] 40: Marie Angelique 

rel. 83; Mary Ann 84 

Duffy, Patrick can. reg. 28 

Dug(g)an, Patrick 102; Thomas 55, 58 

Duhamel, Jean 75; Pierre 75 

Dukenhall, [Lanes.] 97 

Dumas, Jean Dominique 77 

Dumfries, Scotland 72 

Dumollin, Peter 38 

Dumont, Joseph 52 

Dun ant, Mary 174 

Dunderdale, Mary 150 

Dundonald, Anna Maria, Countess 157 

Dungan, Joseph 62 

Dungarvan, Waterford 260* 

Dunkirk 6, 8, 9, 22,* 23, 25-27 ycww., 

29, 30, 32,* 33, 40, 49,* 51,* 54,* 65, 

74, 78, 98, 116, 131, 165, 180 

Dun(n), Ann 172; Celia 181; Francis 9; 

John 6, 14, 18; Joseph [S.J.] 179; 

Lawrence 146; Mary 196; Peter 2; 

Silvester 182; William, Dr. 93 

Dunster, [Somerset] 84 

Dupont, Henry Jean 81 

Duprey, Antoine 81 

Duran, Jean Louis 77; Mary Ann 208 

Durand, Jean Julien 46; Noel 87; 

Pierre Jean Franois 69 

Durham 5, 6, 8, 10, 21, 24, 45,* 53, 

62, 72, 95, 97, 106, 130, 137, 147, 152, 

169, 174,* 183, 203, 204, 218, 226; 

Esh Land 174; Tuddow 10 

Durieux, Agatha Marie Constance 

Poix 258; Albertine Mario Louise 

Celeste Poix 258; Mary 258; Pierre 

Poix 258 

Durphy, Dennis 100 

Durtnal(l), Daniel 109; Ann Teresa 

258; Margaret 90, 258 

Dusseldorf 132 

Dutertre, Plaichard (Charles Claude) 

201 

Dutot, Jean 76 

Du Trour, John [Joa:] ex S.J. 40; s&e 

Dufour 

Duval(l), (Abbe) 124; Edward 14; 19,* 

George 70; J. B. 55; Jean Baptiste 87; 

Jacques-Florent 136; Jacques Francois 

71; John Marin 42; Louis 48; Pierre 

201; Rene 210; see Devall 

Duviviers, [James] Placidus, O.S.B. 

107 

Duxbury, Alexander 79 

Dwerrihouse, John 150 

Dwyer, Capt. 211; John 54; 

Thomas, Capt. 211 

BALING, [Midx.] 80 

East Bergholt Abbey, Suffolk 10 In 

East Hendred, Berks. 13, 178 

East India Co. 159 

Earle, John 138; Joseph 89; Peter 51; 



Tobit 72 

Eartham 63 

Easebourne 205 

Easingwold, Yorks. 8 

EasingWOOd, [Easingwold],Yorksh. 133 

Easlewood [? Hazelwood], Yorks. 171 

Eastbourn(e), [Sussex] 52 

Eastham, William Maurus, O.S.B. 63 

East Sheen, [Surrey] 133, 148, 150, 

167, 216; Port-Bello House 216 

Eastwell 85 

Eastwood, 214; Fanny 150; 

Robert 181 

Eaves, Oswald, O.S.B. 44 

Ecardanville, Evreux 99 

Eccles, Hannah 105; James 208; Jane 

113; John 19; 101, 146; John Henry 

113; John [Lawrence], O.S.F. 107; 

Mary Augustine (rel.) 215; Mary 

Catharine, O.S.B. 101; Mary Philippa, 

O.S.B. (abbess) 112 

Eccleston(e), Lanes. 219; Field (Fylde) 

67, 72; Hall 33 

Eccleston(e), 11; 33; 

Thomas 33; Thomas Ralph 108; 

William 108; 

Echerpin, 1 , Philippe 60 

Ecton Bridge, [Egton] Yorks. 253 

Edesford, Joseph 34 

Edge Hill, Liverpool 114 

Edgeworth, Henry Essex 97 

Edinburgh 59, 163, 230; Howe-street 

230 

Edling, M.O.S.F. 170 

Edmonds, Mary Magdalen, O.S.B. 161 

Edmondson, Ann 219; Henry 25; 

Richard 118 

Edmundson, Hugh 8 

Edouard, (Soeur Madelaine) (rel.) 157 

Edwards, Ann 155; Charles 245; 

Elizabeth 247; Frances 31; James 109; 

Joseph 223; Joseph, O.S.B. 20; Mary 

194; Mary Joseph [O.S.F.] 201; 

Robert 192; William 247* 

Egan, James 84; Lucy Margaret 

Bridget 149 

Egasse, Charles 67 

Egenalf, Joseph 54 

Egham, [Surrey and Berks.] 11 

[Egton] see Ecton 

Eighan, Ann 110; Christopher 110 

Eldridge, John 54; 195; John, O.S.B. 

183; Joseph Raymund, O.S.B. 183; 

Mary 159; Salis, O.S.B. 45*n 

Elizabeth, Queen 245 

Ellerker, Thomas [ex S.J.] 50 

Ellingham, Northumberland 63, 90 

Elliot, Ann Frances, O.S.F. 183; 

Margaret Winifred, O.S.F. 183; 

Nathaniel 20 

Ellis, Ruth 38 

Ellison, Matthew 188; 211; Winefrede 

188 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



291 



EUoy, 161 

Elston, Francis 13; John 5 
Eltham, [Kent] 165 
Elvins, Ruth 92 
Ely, Francois 80 
Embry, George 234 
Emmett, Jos. [S.J.] 135 
Emmot, Monica 32 
Enault, 157 

Engellez, 1 , Joseph Frances, O.S.T. 
156 

Englefield, Catherine, Lady 93; Sir 
Henry Charles (bart.) 154; Martha 
3O.S.F. 40; Mary Winefred, O.S.B. 
(abbess) 23 

English, Academy, Liege 23; (first) 
Carthusian Convent Newport 26, 62, 
63; College Douay 39; Convent of 
St. Clare, Aire Artois 23 
Englishbatch, nr. Bath 151 
English Bicknor Manor, [co. Glou 
cester] 266n 

Ennisteague, co. Kilkenny 260 
Epping, Essex 134 
Epsom, Surrey 55, 71, 193 
Equemauville, Lisieux 62 
Erce, Mans 61 
Ernee, Mans 60 

Ernetot, d, Jean Jacques Pierre 
Eustache Etienne 67 
Ernouf, Leon 81 

Errington, John 177; Mary Oswaldine, 
O.S.T. (Prioress) 119; Mary Magdalen 
(Prioress) 111; Thomas 196; William 
3, 12 

Escola, Joseph Fidel 83 
Escudie, Zepherine 106 
Esdel, Margaret 155 
Esline, Pierre 81 
Esmond, Thomas, Sir (bart.) 89 
Espinasse, Hon. 225 

Estival, le Mans, 1 Abbaye 69 
Estwell, Melton Mowbray 196 
Eu, [Normandy] 81 
Europus, bishop of 214 
Eustac(h)e, Edward 157; John 42 
Euxton, John, see Leckonby 
Euxton Hall, Lanes. 14, 18, 117, 134 
Evans, Ann 253; and Britton 233; 
Elizabeth 251, 253; Martha 251; 
Mary 253, 254. 271, Mary Gertrude, 
O.S.F. 189; Mary Margaret, O.S.B. 
69; Thomas 254*; William 251*n, 253 
Even, L. 56 
Eveque, 1 , Jean 76 
Everard, James Longe (Major) 137 
Everingham, [Yorks.] 59, 111, 144 
Everingham, Mary Ann 114 
Everrard, Mary Mechtilda Longe, 
O.S.B. 215 

Evreux 56, 60,* 61,* 65-67 passim, 
70, 75, 76,* 77, 81, 99, 100, 103,* 132, 
142, 149, 161, 180, 197,* 210, 221, 



St. Thomas 96 

Ewart, Henry 222; Ursula Teresa 222 
Ewen, Kitty 171 
Exer, Joseph 85 

Exeter, Devon. 34, 86, 95,* 125, 147,* 
148, 172, 176, 180, 181, 214, 224*; 
Mint, the 181 
Exmouth, Devon. 51 
Exton, Ann 85 

Eyre, Charles 144; Charlotte, Lady 
141; Edward 210; (family) 19n; 
Francis 90; Francis, Earl of New- 
burgh 178; James 118, 137; Jane 94, 
99; John (Dr.) 34; Lady Mary 65; 
Mary 109, 122; Thomas ISn, 19, 38, 
39, 107; Hon. Thomas, earl of New- 
burgh 203; Vincent 79 
Eyston, Basil 138; Basil, O.S.B. 25, 
28; George 147; John 54 

FAGAN, Matthew 36 

Page, de, Baron 180 

Farges, de, Noel Jerome Phillippe 48 

Fairbairn, Matty 177 

Fabrij, Martin 98 

Fairbrother, Ann 80; Mary Teresa, 

O.S.C. 127; Thomas 83 

Fairclough, Ann 134; Thomas 198; 

Thomas [Francis], O.S.B. 210 

Fairfax, Hon. Ann 41 

Fairhurst hall 156 

Falceman, Mary Felicitas, O.S.B. 49 

Falkner, Mary Felicita (rel.) 104; 

Thomas [ex S.J.] 39 

Fallen, Frances 225; Thomas, O.S.D. 

73 

Fallowfield, 187; Sarah 187 

Fano 156 

Fanning, Elizabeth 54; James 45, 102 

Faram, Mary 140; Thomas 154 

Farley, Ann 229 

Farmer, Ferdinand [ex S.J.] 28; 

John 192 

Farmin, Margaret 35 

Fames, Philip 181 

Farnham, Surrey 60 

Farquharson, Hester 65; Mary 186 

Farr, Jane 121 

Farrar, Elizabeth 93; Mary Baptist, 

O.S.B. 58 

Farrel, Thomas 108 

Farrill, Maria Teresa, O.S.A. 145 

Farringdon, Berks. 210 

Faverolles, Evreux 96 

Faversham, [Kent] 75 

Fauc(h)on, Frarujois 61; Louis Guil- 

laume 87 

Fauconberg, Lord, Charles Bellasyse, 

D.D. 127; Viscount 167 

Fauvel, Pierre Jacque 47 

Fawcet, Margaret 45 

Fazakerley [Phesackeley], Scholastics, 

O.S.B. 156 



292 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Featherstone, Yorks. 30 
Febvre, le, Etienne Augustine 52; 
Nicolas 70 

Fecamp, Rouon 60; St. Valery 60 
Fecamp, Noel Nicolas 66 
Feltham, Ann 114 

Fenchin, de, Charlotte des Lyons, 
O.S.B. 189 

Fenwick, Ignatius 71; John, O.S.D. 
131 

Fercy, Pierre Robert 76 
Fergus, Anne 165*n; Lucy 165*n; 
William 90 
Ferie, Rennes 96 
Feriere, de, Aubert C. 62 
Ferlamen, James, O.S.D. 53 
Fermor, Barbara 29 ; Frances 29 ; 
Henry 74 ; Mary Agnes, O.S.A. (sub. 
prioress) 45 ; Richard 137 ; Teresa 
Joseph (rel.) 97 ; William 95 
Ferrand, Guillame 70 
Ferre, Le, Rennes 60 
Ferrers, Ann Josephina [3 O.S.F.] 91 ; 
Edw. 151 ; Edward 146, 192 ; Eliza 
beth Joseph, 3 O.S.F. 136 ; Fanny 
146 ; Frances Antony, O.S.F. 124 ; 
Hester 151 ; Joseph, O.C.D. 57 
Fether, Nevill 126 
Fetherston, Ph. 194 
Feugard, Gilles Joseph Maria 77 
Feuillet, 48 ; 157 

Feuterel, N 149 

Fevre, le, Thomas 66 
Feversham, Lord 178 
Field, Thomas 58 

Finch, 149 ; Charles 91 ; 

George 54 

Findlater and Seafleld, Countess of, 
Christina Theresa Josepha 121 
Fingall, Arthur, Earl of 255 ; Frances, 
Countess of 212 
Fintona, Ireland 102 
Firle, Sussex 267 
Firmont, 97 

Firth, Richard, D.C. 37 
Fisher, , O.S.B. 122; Edw., 

O.S.B. 160; Samuel, O.S.B. 249; 
Clement 210 ; James 210 ; John 122 ; 
John, O.S.B. 40 ; Susanna 72 ; 
Thomas 210 
Fishwick, Richard 84 
Fitch, Edward 168 ; Mary Stanislaus, 
O.V.B.V.M. 128 
Fitter, James, A.R.A. 216 
Fitzgerald, Major-General 129 ; 

Anna Maria 129 ; Catharine 109 ; 
Edward 93 ; Elizabeth 55, 195 ; Mary 
192 ; Mary Barry 191 ; Justin 222 ; 
Sarah 29 ; Walter 134 
Fitzherbert, Charles 212 ; Basil 59 ; 
Elizabeth 74; Frances Sales, 3 
O.S.F. 34 ; Maria Ann 224 ; Thomas 
224n 



Fitzpatrick, [Elizabeth] Monica, 
O.S.A. 58 ; John 220 
Fitzwalter(s), nr. Brentwood, Essex 
128, 140, 162, 190 
Fitzwilliam, Agnes 137 
Fiquet, Louis 52 

Flamarens, de, Loijis Emmanuel de 
Grosselles 128 

Flamment, le, Charles Louis Jean 75 
Flancraige, North Britain 129 
Fleming, , O.S.D. [bishop 

elect] 44; Ann Teresa 158 ; Elizabeth 
147 

Fletcher, Ann 33, 120 ; Boniface, 
O.S.C. 24; Catherine, O.S.C. 100; 
Elizabeth 192 ; W. 115 

Fleet, John, O.S.F. 127 
Fleetwood, Robert 34 
Flesk Castle, co. Kerry 228 
Fletewood, Thomas (bart.) 85 
Fleury, Charles [S.J.] 165 ; Peter 
Anthony Lawrence 62 ; Pierre 46 ; 
Pierre Charles 124 
Flinn, [Henry] Gregory, O.S.B. 220 
Flint, Charles 184; Edwd. 166; 
Henry 95 ; John 180 ; Winifred 159 
Flixton, nr. Bungay, Suffolk 170 
Flock, Francois 46 
Flocques, Rouen 80 
Flood, Ann 75 
Florence 104, 145 
Floris, John 217 

Flyn(n), Edward 64; Mary Ann 
Christiana 106; Thomas 57; William 79 
Fogg, Joseph 35 ; Robert 159 
Foley, 3 In; , S.J. 248 

Folie, Charles 42 
Follin, Th. A. 55 
Fontaine, John, S.J. 148 
Fontaines, Des, 172 ; Antoine 

Joseph 81 

Fontenay, le Pesnel, Bayeux 7 1 
Foothead, John 29 
Forbes, Ann 58 
Forbridge, Price 187 
Forby, Thomas 156 
" Forest of Dean Cathedral " 267 
Foresta, Ignatius 78 ; Julius 72, 75 ; 
Louisa 75 ; Lucy 35 
Ford, William 98 

Fordham, Edward(Jun.) 191; Jane 140 
Forge(s), des, Jean Baptiste 61 ; la, 
Jean Baptiste 103 

Formby, Charles 148 ; Mary Mag 
dalen, O.S.B. 25 
Forme ville, Guillaume Louis 67 
Forrester see Fleury, Charles [S.J.] 165 
Forshaw, [John] Lawrence, O.S.B. 130 
Fortescue, Martha Anthony, O.S.C. 24 
Fortier, Le, Jacques 48 
Fortin, 48 

Forton, Lanes. 113 
Fosse, de la, Augustin 88 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



293 



FOSS, Thomas 166 

Foster, Elizabeth, O.S.C., abbess 83 ; 
Grace Maria, O.S.C. 83 ; Maria 153 ; 
William 8 ; William Daniel 18 
Fotheringham, Mary Theresa 194; 
R.H. major 194 
Fountaine, J.B. 148 
Fouquet, 47 

Foure, Francois 46 
Fourier, Blessed Peter 127 
Fourneville, France 76 
Fournier, Paul Augustin 142 
Fourqueret, Louis 110 
Fourqus, France 75 
Fourreau, Andrew Joseph 43 
Fousassier, Jean 81 
Fowey, [Cornwall] 213 
Fowler, 75 ; Anne 31 ; John 

95, 270 ; Martha 138, 270 ; Susannah 
168 

Fox(e), 224 ; James [ex S. J.] 

50 ; Joseph 214 ; Romana, O.S.B. 
36 ; Thomas 159 
Foxboro , nr. Stock, Essex 187 
Foxcoate, Warwicksh. 194 
Foxhall, Edward 133 ; Elizabeth 41 ; 
Martin 59 

Frambac, Ja [ex S.J.] 53 
Franca, De, F. J. 182 ; Joseph Sebas 
tian 147 

Francis, Mary, O.S.T. 139 
FranckerviUe, Teresa, O.S.T. 174 
Francois, le, 42 ; Charles 47 ; 

Jean Baptiste 110 ; Nicolas Philippe 
86 

Frank, Mary 102 

Frankfort on Maine 120, 190, 191, 200, 
206 

Frankland, George 8 
Franklin, 178; Clara 169; 

Mary 114; Teresa 147 
Frappell, 219 ; Elizabeth 219 

Fraser, Alexander 163 ; John 220 ; 
Mary 163 

Frebourg (de), Joseph Jacques Jean 
48 ; P. A. G. 56 
Freckleton, Fylde, Lanes. 187 
Freeman, John 72 
Freer, B 166 ; Louisa 166 

Freire, Agnes Frances 138 ; Cypriano 
Rebeiro 138 

Fremond, Marie Joseph Augustin 66 
Fremoville, Lisieux 66 
French, Alexander 52 ; Anthony 29 ; 
Baron 234n ; Catherine 270 ; Daniel 
270 ; Elizabeth 86 ; Geo. 73 ; John 
109 ; John Lynch 31, 79 ; Lord 177 ; 
Maria, Lady 177 ; Mary 92 
Fresno, du, Jean Louis 77 
Fresneuse, Rouen 70 
Fresnouville, Bayeux 60 
Freteval, Blois 99 
Frettel, de, Rene Jacques Claude 81 



Frevde, John 271 
Frigot, Etienne 56, 62 
Frigout, Ch. 56 
Frith, Ann 102 ; William 190 
Frogerie, de la, Sirus Jean Duchemin 
60 

Froidmont 183 

Froment, Jean Toussaint Alphonso 
110 

Front, Count de, Philip St. Martin 
120 ; St. Martin, de, Countess 190 
Froes, Francis 176 

Frost, Peter, O.S.F. (prior) 25 ; Mary 
229; Mary Bernard, O.S.B. (supe 
rioress) 119; Math. 213; Matthew 
229 

Fruin, Martha, O.S.A. 221 
Fryar, Martha, O.S.B. 165 
Fryer, 162; Charles 111; 

Charles Langley 143 ; see Fryar, 
Martha, O.S.B. 165 ; William 91 
Fullam, James 90 

Fuller, Fullar, Mary Barbara, O.S.D. 
26 ; John 37 

Funchel, Count of 207; Marquis of 207 
Furlong, 261 ; Elizabeth Mary 

159 

Furness, Lanes. 37 
Furniss, John 209 
Fylde [the], [Lanes.] 187 

GABB, Mary 113; Thomas 135 
Gabrielli, Hannah Merioch 46 ; Vin 
cent 204 

Gadeau, Sebastian 193 
Gaffrey, Daniel, O.S.F. 127 
Gage, Ambrose, O.S.D. 53 ; (family) 
267 ; George (bart.) 150 ; Joa [John] 
[ex S.J.] 35 ; 167n ; Viscountess 267 ; 
Lady Mary 165*n, Viscount 267 
Gagin, John 129 

Gahan, Matthew, S. J. 220 ; William 
220 

Gaillard, Michel Fra^ois Guille 69 
Gainsford, Mary 117 
Gaittait, John 34 

Gallagher, Isabella 184 ; Thomas 184 
Gallais, 43 

Galliart, Alexander, rel. 33 
Gallini, Lady Elizabeth Peregrine 90 ; 
Frances 120 ; Francis 120, 129 ; sir 
John 92 

Gallis, Jean Jacques Laurent Martin 
60 

Galopin, Jacques Pierre 93 
Galveer, Winifride, O.S.B. 35 
Galway, Ireland 129, 136, 140, 209; 
Waterdale 136 

Gambia 166 ; Bathurst 166 ; St. 
Mary s River 166 
Gamble, Jos. Christ. 191 
Gammon, Pacifica (rel.) 136 
Gandoln, Jane 167 ; John Vincent 



294 



INDEX OP PERSONS AND PLACES. 



133, 141 ; Joseph Thomas 216 ; Fr. 
Nicholas 150 ; Peter Joseph 134 ; see 
Grandolphi 
Gandolphy, Peter 148 
Gandy, Catherine 52 ; James 10 
Gant, James 4 
Garancourt, Rouen 75 
Garden, James [ex S.J.] 40 
Gardin, Frangois 82 
Gardiner, Mary 94 
Gargrave-house, Yorks. 217 
Garner, John [? Thomas] Benedict, 
O.S.B. 53 

Gamier, Fran9ois 146 ; Luc 66 
Garrick, Eva Mary 155 
Garstang [Lanes.] 4, 72, 115, 211, 227, 
Nateby House 211 

Garstang, William [Dunstan], O.S.B. 
123 

Garstang, [Lanes.] 4, 72, 115, 211, 
227 ; Nateby House 211 
Garway, Herefords. 263 
Gascoyne, Elizabeth 217 
Gasquerel, Nicholas 53 
Gasquet, Francis Aidan, D.D., O.S.B., 
abbot pres. 269n 

Gastaldie, Charles Conyers, count, 
canon 39 

Gastelois, le, Nicholas 70 
Gattenden, Berks. 129 
Gatty, Samuel 187 
Gaubert, (rel.) 61 

Gaudeuil, 47 

Gaudin, 42; Ch. 56 

Gaugain, Gervais 75 
Gauguiere, Honore Francois 110 
Gaultier, vulgo Barpetri 149 ; Valen 
tin 69 

Gaultret, Jean 62 
Gausser, Nicolas Jean Baptiste 52 
Gautier, 48 ; Jean Jacque 80 

Gavory, Louis Dennis 48 
Geary, [John] Anselm, O.S.B. 50 
Geddes, John, bishop 67 
Gefaell, Joseph 216 
Gem, Edward 187 
Gendre, le, Louis Clement 88 
Generat, Pierre 70 
Genoa 86, 194 
Gens, France 80 

Gentilhomme, le, Pierre Louis 46 
Geoffrey, de, Henri Jacques 76 
George, King FV . 224n ; John Henry 
[ex S.J.] 53 ; James 247 ; Mary 247 
Georgetown, America 104n, 136 
Gerard, Anna Maria, Lady 103 ; 
Charles 14 ; Lady 157 ; E. 130 ; 
Henri Louis F. 77 ; John 154* ; 
Joseph [ex S.J.] 60 ; Thomas (bart.) 
36, 130 ; William 188 ; William (bart.) 
154, 173 

Gerardot, B. 165 
Geraud, Thomas 48 



Germond, Louis 76 
Germont, Pierre Isaac 119 
Gernon, Elizabeth 141 ; William 141 
Gesnouin, Michel 48 
Gheguier, de, Jean Baptiste 52 
Ghent 22, 32, 36, 45,* 59, 83, 108, 112, 
158, 201, 206 

Giann(e)(i)lli, John Baptist 126; 
Mary Louisa 38; Sarah 113 
Gibbons, Tobias 4 

Giblot, de, Anne Rosalie, O.S.B. 211 
Gibraltar 222 

Gibson, 163* ; Alicia [nee 

Wilks] 114; Clare Alathea, O.P.C. 
22; Elizabeth 192; Frances 199; 
George 14, 19*n, 89, 144, 162 ; Mary 
Magdalen, O.S.B. 221 ; Matthew 
bishop 34 ; Michael 129, 134 ; Ric 
hard 100; Teresa 162; Thomas 11, 
167 ; [olin Walter] Mary 129, 134 ; 
William (bishop) 148, 193 
Giff(a)(o)rd, Ann 271 ; Bonaventure 
bishop 4*, 271*; Eleanor 103 ; 
Helena Mary 225 ; John 205, 225 ; 
Mary 59; Hall 149, 156 
Gigault, Louis Francois Gabriel 60 
Gilbert, Catharine 185 ; John 187 ; 
L 220 ; Michael 42 

Gilchrist, Elizabeth 203 ; Octavius 
Graham 203 

Gildart, George Thomas 174 
Gildon, Jos. 4; Judith 157; William 6 

GUI, Ann 202 

Giller [Gillow], Elizabeth 33 

Gilles, Jean Nicolas 96 ; Mich. 56 

Gillibrand, 169 

Gilling Castle, Yorks. 41 

Gillmoss, [Liverpool] 135, 210 

Gillow, 80; Edward 154; 

Frances Magdalen, O.S.F. 227 ; 

George 157 ; [Giller] Elizabeth 33 ; 

Hannah 41 ; Henry 220 ; John 179 ; 

Joseph 270n ; Joseph (author) 1, 24n, 

31n, 113n, 117< ; Mary 118; Mary 

Joseph Agnes, 3 O.S.F. 139 ; Richard 

114; Robert 52, 65, 150 

Gilpin, Ed. 2 

Gilson, Michel 135 

Gimble, Le, 47 

Gimer, P. 56 

Ginivan, William 172 ,204 

Girard, 170 ; Jean Joseph 132 

Giret, Louis Charles 70 

Gisbitsky, Phillippa 94 

Girlington, John 3 

Gisler, Gizlar, Luke [ex S.J.] 28 

Gittins, Francis [? Joseph ex S.J.] 57 

Glantrothy, [co. Monmouth] 244n 

Glasgow 220 

Glasgowego 171 

Gla(s)spole, Joseph 51 ; Mary 104 

Glassbrooke, Williams 200 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



295 



Gledhill, Elizabeth 168 ; Mary 83 
Glemot, Frangois Joseph 87 
Glen-Wye, Courtfield 265 
Glossop, Derbys. 179, 188,; Hall 211 
Glossop, Ann Ellison 159 
Gloucester 51, 170, 195 
Glover, [Edward] Benedict, O.S.B. 
206 

Glynn, Mary Magdalen, O.S.B. 119; 
Thomas 109 
Goa, E. Indies 4 
Gobaille, Joseph Mathurin 66 
Gobillet, J. F. 55 
Godefroy, Jean Aymery 70 
God(d)ington, Oxon 84, 109, 196, 223 
Godquin, Jean Frangois Nicolas 139 
Goldar, Guillaume 46 
Goetz, Mary 187 
Golden, Thomas 8 
Goltier, Samuel 2 

Gomes, Mary Anthony, O.S.Bridget 112 
Gomez, Mary Ann, O.S.B. 179 
Gomlan, James Louis Carriere, Dr. 42 
Gondre, Jean Nicolas 175 
Gonner, Joseph 60 
Gontier, Chateau, Angers 77 
Gonz, Catharine Teresa 90 
Good, Tho. 3 
Goodrich, Herefords. 263 
Goodman, Anne 92 ; John 65 ; Mary 
155 

Go(o)dwin, Anne Benedict (rel.) 180 ; 
Benjamin 102 ; Elizabeth 176 ; John 
147 ; Mary 109 ; Richard 169 
Goolde, Robert ; see Gould 
Goosnargh, near Preston 82, 169 
Goostling, Francis 95 
Goran, co. Limerick 102 
Gordon, Charles 173 ; Margaret 98 
Gore, Elizabeth Lucy, O.S.F. 206 ; 
John [S.J.] 160, 165 
Gorely, Elizabeth 109 
Goreithe, Jacques 76 
Gorman, Alicia Sexton 106 ; Cat 
harine Agatha 150 ; Elizabeth 269 ; 
John 269* ; Margaret 45 ; Thomas 79 
Gormanstown, Viscount 173 
Gornal(l) see Gournal, Ralph 24 
Gorponville, Rouen 61 
Gorsuch, James 5 
Gort, La, La Rochelle 60 
Gorton, nr. Manchester 134* 
Gorton, Margaret 79 
Gortz, Elizabeth Louisa 155 ; John 
Reinerus 216 

Gosden, Charles 180 ; Frances 181 ; 
John 187 ; Joseph 180 ; Martha 186 ; 
Sarah 138 

Gosford, Ann 198 ; Sophia 120 
Gosling, John 251*n; Sarah 251* 
Gosport, Hants. 12, 29, 34, 137, 166, 
173, 175, 185, 194 ; Elliot s-place nr. 
194; High Street 185 



Gost, Augustin 60 

Gos(s)fleld 68, 69, 108, 113, 119*; 
Park 123* 

Gosset, Jacque 53 ; J. B. 55 ; Jean 
Baptiste Joseph 56 ; Jean Baptiste 
Joseph Gabriel 62 ; Philippe Augus 
tin 88 

Gostling, Mary Ann 46 
Goswell, Anne 143 
Gouard, Pierre 52 
Goudet, Frangois Charles 197 
Goula Friere, Lisieux 77 
Gould, Goolde, Robert, O.S.B. 63 
Goulden, Mary 102 
Gourdin, Antoine 142 
Gourdre, Pierre 59 

Gournal [Gornal], Martha, O.S.B. 49 
Gournay, de, Etienne 88 ; Joseph 
Louis Frangois 52 
Goutiere, Jacques Ambroise 48 
Goyard, Frangois 96 
Grace, Frances 202 
Gradwell, Alice 218 ; Christopher 9 ; 
Esther 83, 196 ; John 72, 186 ; 
Robert, bishop 200 ; William 166 
Graiton 59; Charles 225; [Joseph] 
Maurus, O.S.B. 205 
Graham, Margaret 207 
Grainge Farm 241 

Grainger, E. 132; Elizabeth 79; 
Rose 132 

Grainville le Renard, Rouen 88 
Gramshaw, 150 ; John 210 

Grand, Le, Gabriel 67 ; Yves 48 
Grand Couronne, Rouen 59 
Grandhomme, Pierre 61 
Grandmottet, Jean Denys 132 
Grandolfi, Charlotte Anna Maria 191 
Grange, Northumberland] 58 
Grange, Gregory (George) 5 
Grant, Elizabeth 64 ; James 220 ; 
Thomas 124 

Grantham, Lincolns. 43, 107 
Gras, Agatha Genevieve, O.S.B. 127 ; 
Mary Anne Augustine (rel.) 136 
Gratz, Styria 101, 158 
Gratten, Eleonora 

Graveline(s) 9, 22, 40, 49,* 50, 211 ; 
Poor Clares 49* 
Gravener, Richard 2 
Gravier, Du, 115 

Gravez, Marie Antionette, O.S.A. 127 
Grayson, Betty 116 
Graystock, John 72 
Great Comberton, Worcester. 103 
Great Eccleston, [Lanes.] 196 
Greatford, Lincolns. 262 
Great House, Llanarth, Momn. 253 ; 
Tredynog 251, 252 
Grebouval, Jean Frangois 80 
Grec, le, Marc Antoine 47 
Green, 158 ; 222 ; Anna 

Augustina, O.S.B. 201 ; Anna Teresa 



296 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



237 ; Benjamin 234 ; Charles 80 ; 
Dorothy 225 ; Elizabeth 268 ; Eliza 
beth Scholastica 102 ; James 84, 88, 
John 163, 234, 237 ; Jos. 7 ; Joseph 
78 ; Laurence G ; Margaret 237 ; 
Maria 171 ; Mary 209 ; Stephen 127 ; 
Thomas 83, 101 ; William 205, 268 ; 
William, D.D. 12 
Greenage, Alicia 78 
Greenbury, John 208 
Greenfield, Billinge, [Lanes.] 162 
Greenhill, nr. Wooton Basset, Wilts. 
85, 94 

Greenhough, Dulcia Isabella 133 
GreenOUgh, George 222 ; John 137 
Green way, George 151* ; John 77 ; 
Lucy 106 ; Mary Scholastica. O.S.B. 
108* 

Greenwell, Charles 8 ; John 88 
Greenwich, Kent 92, 123, 124, 127, 
147, 162, 209, 230; Hospital 92; 
Maize Hilt 124 
Greenwood, Elizabeth 95 
Gregg, John 111 ; Mary Magdalen 46 
Gregory, Elizabeth 79 ; Michel 142 
GregSOn, Elizabeth 134; [John] 
Gregory, O.S.B. 78 ; [Richard] Vin 
cent, O.S.B. 73 
Grehan, Patrick 199 
Gremaire, Adrien 211 
Grene, Richard 7 ; William 2 
Grenier, P. B. 55 
Grenou, Mans 75 

Grenville, Bridget 260 ; Henry 260 ; 
Patrick 260 

GresiUe, de la, 153 

Gresselt, Dr. Aloysius [ex S.J.] (coad 
bishop) 44 
Greville, France 62 
GreviUe, Elizabeth 81 
Greuze, Augustin 269 ; Sarah 269 ; 
Sarah Myles 269 
Grey, Matthew 216 
Grey stock, 74 ; see Graystock 

Greystock, Cumberland 13, 111 
Gribouilly, 81 ; Gabriel Pierre 

87 

Greenliain, John 135 
Griffiths, Catharine 118 ; Esther 176 ; 
J. 130 ; James 4 ; Joseph 72 ; John 
117 ; Mary 141 ; Mary Lewis 23 ; 
T. A. 176 

Grignie, nr. St. Quentins 53* 
Grimaldi, de, Louis Andre (Mgr.) 93 
Grimsargh, nr. Preston 175,* 192; 
House 214 

Grimbaldeston(e), [Joseph] Paul, O.S.B. 
100 ; [William] Clement, O.S.B. 160 
Grimbleston, Emerich 26 
Grimbulston, William 12 
Grime(s), [John Edward] Cuthbert, 
O.S.B. 28 
Grimonville PArchant, de, bishop 149 



Grimshaw, Nicholas 86 
Grip, Le, Louis Fr. 143 
Gripon, Frances 76, 81 
Grognet, Pierre Frar^ois 175 
Grosse, Francis 150 
Grou, P. [Jean Nicolas] [ex S.J.] 89, 
Groult, Michael 70 
Groves, 6 

Guenauff, 61 

Guenno, le, Rene Heroe 61 
Guerard, 48 

Gueret, Jean Charles 67 
Guerfent [or Guersent], Charles Ric 
hard 52 

Guerin, Gabriel 80 ; Nicolas 75 
Gueron, Bayeux 66 
Guersent, see Guerfent 52 
Guernsey, Isle de 149, 200, 215 
Guerrier, Jean 66 
Guerry, de, Thomas Claude 197 
Guibert, Urb 55 

Guichard, Anne Marie 8 ; Elizabeth 
140 ; George 144 ; John Bruno 137 ; 
Martha 147 ; Paul 210 ; Peter 144 
Guilbert, John Francis Simon 42 
Guildford, Surrey 61 
Guillemet, Anthelmet (carthusian) 66 
Guillois, Jacques Frangois 115 
Guillen, Guy 60 ; Jean Baptiste 70 
Guitrancourt 87 
Guingamp, Treguier 66 
Guintrand, Ann 224 
Gulstone, Mary 74 
Gunter, Maria 264 ; William 264 
Gunston, Ju. 4 

Gurnall, [Thomas] Adrian, O.S.B. Ill 
Gurney, John 174 

Guynemer, Rosalia Maria Margaret 
144 

Gwilli(a)m, Edward 264; Ju. 10 
Gwyn, Edward 228 ; Margaret 228 ; 
Richard 25 In 
Gy, Nicolas Joseph 76 

H260 

Haddock, Anne 154; Thomas 72; 
see Haydock 

Haddon, Henry Leo, O.S.F. 63 
Hadfield, Anne 162 
Hadley, [John] Edmund, O.S.B. 97; 
[Joseph] Laurence, O.S.B. 91 
Hadnock 256 
Haedy, Anne 194 

Hagan, Mary Louisa, O.S.B. 112; 
Nicholas 35 

Haggarty, John, S.J. 206 
Haggerston(e) 54, 68,* 83, 94,* 101, 
196 ; Castle 98 ; Edward 90 ; [Eliza 
beth] Mary Bernand 51 ; Euphemia 
168 

Haggerty, Denis 172 ; Dorothy 228 
Hahn, Jacob Conrad 176 
Haigh, near Wigan 125 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



297 



Hailes, Teresa. O.S.A. 211 
Haime, John Hyacinth, O.S.D. 156 
Hainton, Lincolnshire 13, 44, 129 
Halcott, Mary Teresa, 3 O.S.F. 74 
Hales, Edward, bart. 186; Fran- 
ees, Lady 200 ; William, bart. 84 
Hales Place, Canterbury, Kent 93, 
115, 145, 148, 186 
Haley, John 224 ; P. Grady 1 66 
Halford, Catharine 146; Frances 
Agatha rel. 97 ; Frances Mary Bene 
dict, O.S.LX 38 ; John 96 ; Mary 
Dorothy, O.S.Bridget 180 
Halia, bishop of 179 
Halifax, Nova Scotia 108 
Hall, 267 ; Ami(e) 263, 266, 

267* ; Lady Anne Somerset 267 ; 
Benedict 266, 267* ; Edward 266 ; 
family 266r?, 267 ; Frances 252 ; 
Francis 3, 252n, 255 ; Henry Bene 
dict 267*; John 122, 128, 263*; 
Joseph 256* ; Lawrence, O.S.F. 23 ; 
Mary 51.* 134, 255,* 256,* 263 ; 
[Roger] Boniface, O.S.B. 89 ; Thomas 
\als Lawrence Loraine, O.S.F.] Law 
rence 23 ; William 256, 263* 
Halliwell, 1 1 1 ; Mary Theresa, 

O.S.B. 23 
Hallot, Ant. 56 
Halnaby Hall, Yorks. 199 
Halsey, Georgo 205 
Halsted, Essex 57 
Hamard, N. 128 

Ham-lane, Midx. (? London) 68 
Hamble, John 84 
Hambledon 

Hambrook, Edward 151 
Hamburg 68 

Hamel, 52 ; Louis 128 ; Peter 

Nicholas 42 

Hamford, Lincolns. 203 
Hamilton, Catharine 199 ; Georgiana 
45; James 114; Mary 133; Robert 
capt. 199 

Hamme, Margaret, O.S.A. 36 
Hammond, Catharine 167 
Hampson, Tecla, O.S.A. 37 
Hampton 4 ; ,W: [? Wolver- 
hampton] 198 
Handford, Charles 202 
Handsworth, Yorks. 191 
Haneli, John Peter, D.D. 88 
Hanford, Mary 161 
Hankins, John 21 
Hanley Castle, Worcesters. 229 
Hanlon, John 191 
Hanmer, George 9 

Hannam, Elizabeth Joseph, O.S.C. 24 
Hanne, Charles [ex S.J.] 68 
Hansard, Thomas 141 
Hansby, Mary Ann(e) 258* ; Michael 
257*, 258 ; Michael William 258 
Hansom, Elizabeth 154 ; Elizabeth 



(Stoiiehouse) 141n ; J(oseph) S(tanis- 

laus) 16, 17 ; Richard 141*n 

Hanson, Frances 191 

Hanssen, Jane 188 

Hanuche, 48 

Harbert, John 4 

Harborne, Elizabeth 78 

Harburton, Mary, Viscountess 158 

Harbutt, Joseph 106 

Harcourt, Ann Joachim, O.S.C. 108 ; 

Edward 92 ; Francis, O.S.F. 179 

Hardi, Pierre 206 

Harding, (Mrs.) 181 ; Mary 

114 

Hardman, James 150 ; John 139 ; 

Lydia 139 

Hardouin, Jean Alexandre 61 

Hardshaw Hall, Lanes. 187 

Hardwick 192 ; George 29 

Hardwidge, Mary Benedict, O.S.B. 156 

Hardy, Ann 192 ; Jean Baptiste 59 

Harel, Bonaventure Luc Frangois 88 

Hargrave, Ann 223; Henry 113; 

Winifred 162 

Harley, Michael 159 ; Michael 

Thomas 228 

Harley Castle, see Hanley 229 

Harnage, Henry 5 

Harris, Anne 237, 239* ; Charles 237 ; 

Elizabeth 65 ; Hormasa Raymond 

[ex S.J.] 31 ; Margaret 239; Rich., 

O.S.B. 108 ; Stephen Archer 218 ; 

Wm. 160 

Harrison, 190 ; Ann 92 ; D., 

O.S.F. 196; Edmund [ex S.J.I 82; 

Elizabeth 190 ; John 15, 19, 146 ; 

Sister Joseph, O.S.B. 23 ; Mary Ann, 

O.S.Bridget 40 

Harry, James 241 

Harryson, William 6 

Hasrnep, [Thomas] Placid, O.S.B. 97 

Hart, J. 3 ; John, O.S.F. 89 

Harting, Mary Anne Theresa 217 

Hartley, George 96 ; Thomas 20 ; 

William 44 

Hartpury 158, 161*; Court 114, 131, 

149, 174, 183, 184, 193, 201* 

Hartsinck, C. 216 

Harvey, Jane 207 ; John 167 ; Mary 

121 

Harvington, Worcesters. 6, 7, 37, 84, 

96, 160 ; Hall 130 

Harwood 272 

Haskayne, 173 ; Eliza 173 

Haskey, Ann 270 ; Frances 166 ; M. 

199 ; (vere Reeve) Richard [S.J.] 135 ; 

Thomas 212 ; see Heskey 

Haslen, John 90 

Haslewood, Yorks. 11; Hall 172; 

see Hazlewood 

Hassall, William 6 

Hassop, Bake well, Derbys. 122, 213, 

217 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Hastings, Sussex 86, 219 
Hath(e)rop, Hathrop, Gloucesters. 4, 
11, 124 

Hathersage, Hathersedge, Derbys. 
19*w, 167 ; see Hethersidge 
Hathorp 188 
Hatley, Catherine 223 
Hatton, Anthony [Edward Antoni 
nus], O.S.D. 23 

Hauchemail, Jacque Louis 132 
Havant, Hants. 9, 95, 101, 104, 105, 
130, 132, 133, 135, 163, 186, 188, 190, 
202 

Havard, Michael 192 
Havers, Edward 27 ; Edward Marrna- 
duke 178 ; Elizabeth 171 ; Mary 155 ; 
Sophia 158 ; W. 224 ; William 155, 
158 

Havey, [vere Hervey] Monox 9 
Haviland, Mary Cecilia 134 
Havre, France 61, 62, 67, 158, 204; 
Ingouville, near 158 ; Notre Dame 
61 ; St. Francois 62 
Havre de Grace, Rouen 67 
Ha war den, Edward 43 ; John 12 ; 
Mary Magdalen O.P.C. 22 ; Thomas 
210 ; William 2 ; see Howarden 
Hawardin, Catharine Joseph, O.S.C. 
32 

Hawke, Admiral 92* 
Hawkins, Anthony Montonnier, M.D. 
204 ; Harvey 262 ; Jn. 1 1 ; Margaret 
262 ; Thomas 75 ; Thomas [ex S.J.] 
26 

Hawksford, Mary 86 
Hawley, James, O.S.F. 201, 205 
Ha worth, Ellen 168 
Hawthorn-hill, Berkshire 164 
Hawthorpe, Lincolns. 181 
Hay, Francis 125 ; George, bishop 67 ; 
Joseph 153 ; Mary, O.S.C. 179 ; 
Mary Michael, 3 O.S.F. 179 
Haydock(e), [Jane] Barbara, O.S.A. 
32 ; Cuthbert 10 ; Elizabeth 178 ; 
Gilbert 7 ; James 104 ; see Haddock 
Haydon, Jonathan, R.N. 268*; 
Margaret 268 ; Thomas 268 
Haye, de la, Guillaume 67 
Haye-Malherbe, La, France 66 
Hayes, Margaret 261 ; Richard 261* 
Hayling Island, [Hants.] 95, 199 
Haylock, Clare, O.S.C. 40 
Haynes, Catharine 200 
Hayshaw, Yorks. 164 
Hazlewood, near Tadcaster, Yorks 
93, 171, 196, 225, 269 ; Church 269 ; 
Hall 217 ; see Haslewood 
Headlam Hall, Durham 45* 
Healde, [Frances] 101 ; Robert 
Thomas 120 ; Thomas, Dr. 10 In 
Healy, Maurice 200 
Hearne, Alice 72 ; Andrew 72 
Heath, Charles 2Q5n 



Heath Hall 131, 139,* 142 
Heather, Benjamin Charles 51 ; Hen 
rietta Maria 36 ; Mary 65 
Heath Old Hall 127 
Heathorp, Heathrop,[Hevthrop],Oxon 
22, 29 

Heatley, Hugo [Jerome], O.S.B. 40 ; 
James ex S.J. 21 ; [John] Lewis, 
O.S.B. 91 ; [William] Maurus, O.S.B., 
abbot 82 
Hebb, Ed. 6 

Heber, Michael James 185 
Herbert, Frangois 52 ; Pierre Francois 
Salomon 206 
Hecmanville, France 77 
Hector, Jacques 60 
Heddon, George 11 
Hedin(e), Jean Francois 132,; R. F. 56 
Hedley, Martha 79 
Hedon, Yorks. 211 
Heger, Joseph 79 ; Helen 72 
Hehl, Mary Anne 114 
Heininck, Dominic, O.S.D. 108, 
Helley, le, Pierre 67 
Hellion, Michel Emanuel 46 
Hellon, France 71 

Hellouin, 42 ; Jean Frangois 

60 

Helm, Ann Frances, O.S.B. 116 
Helmes, Edward 13, 17*n 
Hely, Ann 187 

Hemerton [Kemerton], near Gloucester 
155 

Hemsworth, Elizabeth 117 
Hendred, Berks. 107, 128, 138 
Hendren, Henry 182 
Heneage, Ann 94; Edward 113; 
Elizabeth Windsor 79 ; Henry 94 ; 
James Winsor 27 
Heneka, Isidore 247, 248* 
Hengrave, Suffolk 54, 57, 69,* 78, 80, 
105 ; Hall 63,* 150 
Henley, Ann 216 

Henl(e)y in Arden, [Warwicks.] 116, 
215 ; on Thames, Oxon 96, 129 
Hennec, 1, 77 

Henrion, Constant Stanislaus, O.S.F. 
169 

Henry, 157 ; Mary 194 ; 

William, capt. 74 
Henson, Tho. 3 
Henshaw, Ann 214 
Henton Blewett, [Hinton, Somerset] 
93 

Kenwood, Herefords. 249 
Hepstall, George 192 
Heptonstall, Elizabeth 186 ; Joseph 
217 ; Mary 212 

Herber(t), 266 ; Arrnand 47 ; 

sir Arthur 254 ; Hon. Augusta 256w ; 
Gerald Herbert 255 ; Ivor John 
Caradoc, bart. 256n ; John Arthur 
Edward 256n ; William 255 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



299 



Herbot, 184 

Hercy, Bridget 188 ; Thomas H. 164 

Hereford 20, 73, 121, 156, 159, 161, 

162, 192, 228, 236 

Hericher, Nicholas 52 

Herisse, le, Toussaint Jacques 61 

Herisson, Pierre Charles 188 

Herman, Charles Philip 202 

Hermanville, France 96 

Hernon, Frances Mary 186 ; George 

Dominic 194 ; Mary 51 ; Robert John 

120 ; Sarah 162 

Heronchel, France 65 

Herongate, near Brentwood, Essex 

198 

Herremans, James, O.S.D. 24 

Hersent, Pierre Julien 201 

Hervet, Pierre Louis 70 

Hervey, Anne 165 ; see Havey 

Hesiliside, [Hesleyside], North[um- 

berland] 58 

Hesketh, Betty 130; John 116; 

Lady Mary Frances, O.S.B. abbess 

108 

Heskey [Haskey], Matthew 41 

Hesleyside, Northumberland 203 

Hethersidge, Derbys. 14 ; see Hather- 

sage 

Hetherstay, Hethersay, [William] 

Laurence, O.S.B. 28 

Heugue, Angela, O.V.B.V.M. 116 

Heuguel, Louis Francois 71 

Hexham, Northumberland 14, 19, 22, 

50, 131, 174, 188, 198, 217 ; Abbey 

Church 188 

Hey(e)s, Ann 130; Elizabeth 133; 

Richard 212 

Heylin, James 8 

Heythrop, Oxon 151, 166 ; see Hea- 

thorp 

H. G. 260 

Hib 22 

Hicks, 190 ; Ann Maria 262 ; 

George 117; John 262; John 

Griffith 262 

Hiebleron, France 87 

Hierocaesarea, bishop of 62, 82 

Hifferman, John Nagle 177 

Higga, Monmouths. 234n 

Higgins, Christopher 5 ; Mary 199 ; 

William 79 

Higginson, James, O.S.B. 220 ; Mary 

162; William 138 

HiggS, Charles 4 

High Meadow, at Newland, near 

Monmouth, Gloucester. 72, 266n, 

267*w ; see Himedo 

Higkins, Phillip 4 

Hignett, James 39 

Hill, Ann 103, 169, 271 ; Ann Lewis, 

O.S.C., prioress 123 ; Catherine 108 ; 

Edward 99, 271*; George 138, 271 ; 

Henry 71 ; John 2 ; Mary Ann 41 ; 



Thomas 86 ; Hon. Thomas, judge 171 
Hillear, Frances Winefride, O.S.B., 
prioress 127 j 

Hills als Hyde, Robert 7 
Hilston, Monmouths. 240, 241, 244 
Hilton, Henry 219 
Himedo, see Highmeadow 266 
Hinckley, Leicesters. 20, 127, 141, 
152, 174, 193; church 193 
Hinde, 4 ; Bryan 2 ; Francis 

111 ; George 8 
Hindley, Wigan, Lanca. 37 
Hinton Bluit, near Old Down, Somer 
set 212 

Hippisley, Mary 79 ; William M)l 
Hiron, Jean Baptiste Nicolas 61 
Hirst, Anna Nelson 154 
Hiscock, Ellen 238 ; Stephen 238 
Hoagstreat, Hoog Straat 25, 28,* 
36, 37, 53, 78 
Hoare, John 90 

Hobson, Blanche 149 ; Jane 46 
Hodder-place (Stonyhurst) 227 
Hodges, Benjamin 177 ; Benjamin 
George 222 ; Catharine 167 ; Henry 
222 ; Joseph 7 

Hodgkinson, Francis de Sales 168 
Hodgkiss, Mary 167 
Hodgson, An 199 ; Catherine, O.S.C. 
123; Christopher 11; Elizabeth 
[O.S.C.] 101 ; Francis 2, 4 ; George 
54 ; James 7, 107 ; Joseph 151, 270 ; 
Mary 85, 202, 223 ; Samuel 11 ; 
Stephen, O.S.B. 131 ; Teresa, O.S.B., 
prioress 45 ; Thomas 215 ; William 
202 

Hodiesne, Charles 88 
Hodnett, Helena D. 196 
Hodshon, John [ex S.J.] 97 ; Mary 
Agnes, O.P.C. 22 

Hodskinson, Elizabeth 46 ; Joseph 
117 

Hodsock, Worksop, Notts. 195 ; Park 
35 

Hoghton, George 221 ; William 
Dalton 228 

Holbeck Woodhouse, [Leeds] 119, 123 
Holden, Joseph, D.D. 12 
Holderness, Francis, O.S.B. 145; 
George 222 ; [Peter] Dunstan, O.S.B., 
prior 22 

Holderness(e), E.R. Yorks. 8, 13, 17, 
86, 205 

Holdforth, near Preston, Lanes. 33 
Holding, Thomas 72 
Holford, Elizabeth 126 ; Peter 86 
Hollagen, James 39 
Holland, Ann Vechte 122 ; Dorothy 
166 ; George 169 ; Workum 130 
Holiest House, Sussex 73 
Hollington, Mary 163 
Hollot St. Sulpice, France 77 
Hollowforth 102 



300 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Holme, Yorks. 63, 127 ; vere Boltoii, 
John [ex S.J.] 107 
Holme Hall, [Yorks.] 57 
Holt, [Leicesters.] 51 
Holt, Leicestershire 187 
Holy- Well, Holy well, Flints. 8, 10, 
59, 68. 164, 169 

Homme, d , Claude 96 ; Jean 81 
Honfleur, Normandy 66, 77, 87, 217 ; 
St. Leonard 87 
Honduras 19 
Hong-Kong 230w 

Hooke, Christiana, O.S.B., abbess 38 
Hool(e), Collet Clare, O.S.C. 94; 
Dorothy Clare, O.S.C. 40 ; Thomas 
102 

Hooton, Cheshire 51, 99 ; Hall 210 
Hope, Ann 171 

Hopkins, Charles 105 ; Elizabeth 117, 
144 ; family 242n ; George 192 ; 
Mary 181 ; Thomas 196 
Hopkinson, Eliz.. 148 ; Matthew 109 
Hoquette, de la, Jacque Nicolle 52 
Hormasa, Harris Raymond [ex S.J.] 
31 

Horn(e), Henry 12 ; James 82 ; 103 
William [ex S.J.] 73 
Hornby 53 

Hoinyold, Charles 159 ; John, bishop 
14, 19; Teresa 133. 
Horrabin, Ann 72 ; Thomas 77 
Horsley, Northumberland 37 
Horsman, Adrian. O.S.B. 73 
Horton, Jos. 11; William 185 
Hoskins, Raphael [ex S.J.] 44 
Hossen, Francis 146 
Hot, le, Claude 41 
Hothersall, William [ex S.J.] 84 
Houghley Park 74 
Houghton, Yorkshire 126, 144 
Houghton, , O.S.D. 156 ; 

Charles 57 ; Margaret 223 
Houndshffl, Martin 15 
Houndsil, Martin 22 
Houseman, Mary Ann Bernard, 
O.S.T. 174; Ann als Mary Aloysia 
(prioress) 136 

Houssoy, La, Mary Magdalen, O.S.B. 
64 

Houston, Mary Ann 109 
Houtteville, France 81 
Hove, Brighton, Sussex 114 
Hovenden, Ellen Louisa 228 
Howald, Catharine 141 
Howard., Agnes, O.M.I. 50 ; [Alexan 
dra Mary] leresa, O.S.T. 25 ; Bernard 
7 ; Charles, D.D. 37 ; als Formby, 
Charles, D.D. 148 ; E. Elizabeth 64 ; 
Edward 113 ; [ex S.J.] 107 ; Edward 
Charles 135 ; Elizabeth 113 ; Francis 
[ex S.J.] 82 ; Henry 30 ; John [ex 
S.J.] 23, 169 ; Juliana 102 ; Phillip 
7 ; Richard 2 ; Thomas 7 



Ho warden, Ed., D.D. 4 [Hawarden] 
Howarth, Thomas 125 
Howcourt, Ann 134 
Howe, George 226 ; Joseph [ex S. J.] 
37 ; Mary Gertrude, O.S.B. 206 
Howell(s), Eliza 198 ; Elizabeth 159, 
237 ; James 237 ; John 107, 247 ; 
Joseph 191 ; Lucy Mary Clementina, 
O.S.A., 197 ; Mary 102 ; [Mary] 
Elizabeth, O.S.A. 170 ; Thomas 138, 
186 

Howorth, James 214 
Howse, Martha 95 ; Teresa Mary 191 
Hoy, Ann 168 ; John 90 ; Sarah 
Frances 166 ; William 51 
Hoyland, Elizabeth 39 
Hoyles, Phillippine Maria, O.S.T. 51 
Hozire, Margaret 141 
Huard, 71 

Huart, Jean 103 
Hubbard, Richard 215 
Huberdiere 48 

Hubert, Jacques 76 ; Pe"re 71 
Hucher, Nicholas 42 
Huddersfield 220 

Huddleston(e), Ann 129 ; Edward 
129 ; Ferdinand 162 ; [Frances] 
Justina, O.S.A. 32 ; Jn. 13 ; John 17 ; 
Mary 162, 228 ; Richard 80 ; Thomas 
72, 228 

Hudson, Elizabeth 105 
Huet, (la soeur), Trappiste 157 
Hughes, Anna Maria 185 ; Elizabeth 
74 ; George 129 ; John 147 ; [S.J.] 
179 ; Mary 238 
Hugues, Rolland 76 
Hull, Yorks. 13, 18, 198, 210, 211; 
William 210 

Hullier, P, Jacques Francois 66 
Humelot, Jean Louis Pierre 48 
Humphreys, Mary 126 ; W. 78 
Hunloke, Henry, bart. 91 
Hunt, Dorothy 108 ; Ed. (als Cole- 
beck) 2 ; Elizabeth 64, 129 ; Jamea 
269 ; James Richard 269 ; Joseph 
84 ; Henry 150 ; Mary Ann 269 ; 
Mary Joseph, O.S.D. 45 ; Michael 64 ; 
Thomas, D.D. 12; Will(iam) 3, 128 
Hunter, , col. 205 ; Anthony 

99; S. 205 
Hunton, Thomas 229 
Huntsham, Herefords. 265, 266 
Kurd, Peter 84 

Hurley, Mary Austin, O.S.B. 149 
Hurst, Elizabeth 270; Jacob 270*; 
John 37 ; Joseph 144 ; Mary Eliza 
beth 270 ; William 43, 160 
Hurstbourne, Hants. 148 
Husband, William 14, 19 
Husbands Bos worth, Leicesters. 219 
Husenbeth, Josephine Christina 176 
Hussey, James [ex S.J.] 107 ; John 
113 ; Thomas, bishop 84 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



801 



Hutchinson, Mary Winefrid, O.S.B. 

145 

Hutchison, James 174 ; Maria Josepha 

197 

Huteau, Guy 142 

Hutton, Francis 59, 90 ; Mary 121 ; 

Mary Austin, O.S.F. 127 

Hyde, 7 ; Ann 143 ; Anna 

Mary, O.S.A. 101 ; Charles Hyde 86, 

243 ; Mary 212 ; Mary Scholastica 

190 ; als Hills, Robert 7 ; Sarah 155 

Hyde-End, Berks. 19, 86, 243 

Hyland, Mary Austin, O.S.B. 123 

IBBOTSON, Mary 224; William, 
S.J. 205 

Ibison, Ann 227 
Igoville, d , France 66 
Hsley, Jane 223 ; Joseph 194 ; Mary 
214; Phoebe 229 
Imbleville, Roiien 70 
Ince, Lanes. 115, 117,* 138, 225; 
Blundell 140, 184; Blundell Cath. 
School 140 ; Hall 130 
Ince, Elizabeth 117 
Inchbald, Elizabeth 151 
India 133 

Ingatestone, Essex 12, 155, 156, 196, 
224 ; Cottage 193 ; Hall 93, 158 
Ingleby, [Isabella] Agnes, O.S.B. 32 
Ingleton, Charles 6 ; Dr. John 5 
IngO, , 181 ; Ann 212 ; Chris 

tina 166 ; Joseph 166, 208, 213 ; 
Mary 109 ; Michael 208, 212 ; Philip 
186 ; Angelus, O.S.F. 44 ; [Joachim], 
O.S.F. 85 

Inn(e)(i)s, , 72 ; C. 193 ; 

Christopher 193 ; Mary Anne, O.S.C. 
193 

Innocenza della Lena, Dr. 120 
institute of the] B.V.M. 112 
I. P. 242 
lypres 69* 
Ipswich 223, 227 

Irnham, Lincolns. 39, 51, 57, 121, 
167, 169, 180, 181, 182, 185, 187,* 
193,* 194,* 203, 208* ; Hall 92 
Irving, William 151 
Isleworth, [Midx.] 4, 6, 19, 36, 72, 82, 
86, 91, 99, 138, 173, 176* 
Islip, Oxon 177, 178, 191 
Ivers, Bridget 202 
I. W. 257 

JACKES, William 46 
Jackman, Arthur, mgr. 17n 
Jackson, Alice 261 ; Ann Mary 130 ; 
Anthony 6 ; Bobat 202 ; Ellena 
Maria Magdalena, O.S.A. 206 ; 
Francis 122 ; Francis Joseph, O.S.C. 
83 ; J. 234 ; als White ,J. 3 ; Jacob 
135 ; Jacob James 143 ; James 138 ; 
John 205 ; Juliana 154 ; Mary 190 ; 



Mary Ann 171 ; Mary Magdalen, 

O.S.D. 30 ; Sarah 98 ; Thomas 83 

Jacques, Pierre 61 

Jacauin, Nicolas Remy Charles 193 

Jakeman, Jaqueman, George 5 ; N. 

13 ; als Maxfield, Francis 19* 

Jamaica 44, 51, 58,* 72, 78, 102, 106, 

143, 153, 181, 186, 198, 227 

James, Brother (Carthusian) 57 ; 

Elizabeth 224; Mary Magdalen, 

O.S.F. 175 ; Peter 72 

Jameson, Philip [ex S.J.] 50 

Jammes, J. J. 56 

Jannet, P. L. 56 

Janson, Henry 187 

Jardin, , 42, 47 

Jardine, Josset, des, 48 

Jarrett, Ann 222; Bede, O. P. 17, 

23n 

Jaubert, Mary 59 ; Roch 122 

Jauffrain, M. Louis Pierre 206 

Jayne, Amelia 238 ; Louisa 238 

Jean, Charle George Michel 53 

Jeanne, Jacques 66 

Jefferson, Lady Mary Aloysia, O.S.B., 

abbess 161 ; Robert 4, 106 ; Sarah 

199 

Jego, Vincent, frere cordelier 61 

Jehier, Charles Jean Frangois 69 

Jenison, Augustine [ex S.J.] 44 ; 

James [ex S.J.] 68 ; John [ex S.J.] 40 

Jenkins, Augustus [ex S.J.] 73 ; 

Elizabeth 55 ; George 125 

Jenkyns, Peter 139 

Jenkinson, Christopher 2 ; Mary 

Joseph, abbess 211 

Jennings, 171; Daniel 136; 

David, col. 171 ; James 196 

Jerningham, 128 ; Ann 

Teresa, O.S.A. 63; Charles 162; 

Edward 155 ; [Edwardina] Frances 

Joseph, O.S.A. 54 ; Elizabeth Mary 

Agnes, O.S.A. 97 ; Emily 155 ; Hon. 

Frances, Lady 167 ; Hon. Frances 

Sophia Stafford 229 ; William, bart. 

106 ; William Charles 148 

Jeroult, Jean Baptiste 47 

Jersey, Isle of 110, 116, 144, 149, 158, 

180, 205, 211 

Jessop, 154 ; Sarah 86 

Jetson, John 214 

Jeune, le, Mary 129 

Jinks, George 200 

Johannet, Frar^ois 106 

Johnson, 202 ; , 

O.S.C., abbess 49 ; Ann(e), rel. 100 ; 

Anne, O.S.B., prioress 25 ; Caesar 94 ; 

Charles 117, 198; Elizabeth 108; 

George, O.S.B. 89 ; James 35, 202 ; 

[James] Oswald, O.S.B. 142 ; John 5, 

38, 125 ; Jos. 135 ; Joseph, O S.B. 26; 

Mary 33, 85, 198 ; Mary Ann, O.S.B. 

29; Richard 65; Robert 68, 160; 



302 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



[Robert] James, O.S.B. 62, 63 ; 
Thomas 65, 135 
Jollivet, Etienne Gilles 80 
Jolly, J. B. 180 

Jones, 10 ; Albert, O.S.F. 44 ; 

Ann 245, 254, 255, 258 ; Ann Bene 
dict, O.S.B. 38 ; [Cecilia] Scholastica, 
O.S.B. 27 ; Charles 178, 241* ; Ed. 
5 ; Edward 67, 251,* 252 ; Elizabeth 
241,* 246, 247 ; family 253 ; Florence 
247, 254, 255; Frances 54; Lady 
Harriet 255 ; James 241,* 246,* 
247* ; Jane 241, 245 ; John 26, 182, 
184, 241,* 245, 255,* 259 ; [ex S.J.] 
84 ; Joseph 9, 128, 129 ; Maria 245* ; 
Martha 251 ; Mary 161, 241,* 257 ; 
P., O.S.F. 197 ; Placida, O.S.B. 97 ; 
Philip 73 ; Rice 245 ; Richard 83, 
245* ; Samuel 200 ; Thomas 5, 182, 
239, 257 ; Walter William 129 ; 
William 4, 92, 258, 266; Winifred 
251* 

Jons, see George als Joris 53 ; see 
Joris 53 

Jordan, Henry 35 ; Mary Aloysia 51 
Jorge, Catharine Maria Adelaide 176 
Joris (Jons) als George, John Henry 
[ex S.J.] 53 

Joseph, [Braganza], Prince of Brazil 
31 

Jougne 149 

Jourdain, Jean Baptiste 61 ; N. 56 
Journot, le, Jean Baptiste 47 
Joy, John S. 229 ; Matthew 63 
Joyce, Mary Teresa, O.S.B. 131 ; 
Rebecca 36 
Judd Place 102, 110 
Juigne, Rene 175 
Juliaens, Charles, O.S.F. 100 
Julien, Guy Toussaint 149 
Jump, Ann Teresa, O.S.C. 108 
Juvigni, France 116 

KALTENBACH, Maximilian 257 
Handler, Charles 98; Elizabeth 90, 
125 ; family 125n ; Martha 93 
Kane, Joseph Teresa, O.S.B. 73 ; 
Mary 234*n 

Kannedy, Annora 261 ; John 261* 
Kannen, Katharine 204 ; Matthew 
M.D. 158, 204 

Kauth, Jane 196 ; Mathias 146 
Kay(e), Anne 184 ; Eliza 208 ; Joseph 
212 ; Mary 90, 187 ; Thomas 175, 226 
Kaylett, Thomas 227 
Keane, Edward Joseph 168 
Keasley, Elizabeth 199 
Keating, Alicia 135 ; Catharine 143 ; 
Edmond 159; George 117*n, 135, 
159, 219; Julia 117; Marie, Coun- 
tesse d Orfueille 148 ; Patrick 135 ; 
Brown & Keating 113n, 135n, 186, 
223 



Keefe, Elizabeth 151 ; Lawrence 102 

Keene, , Mrs. Ferderick 191 ; 

Clara 222 ; Frederick Joseph 194 ; 

Henry 194 ; James 218 ; Mary 106 ; 

Sarah 219 ; William 130, 177 ; W. J. 

222 

Keepe, George 188 

Keil(l)y, Thomas 215 ; William 226 

Keith, , O.S.C., abbess 68 

Kellet, Henry 100 ; Robt. Augustin, 

O.S.B. 107 

Kelleway, Mary 143 

Kelly, Ann(e) 108, 137 ; Edward 146; 

Elizabeth 163 ; G. B. 223 : James 

109 ; John 209 ; Letitia 33 ; Mary 

202, 223 ; Sarah 209 ; Simon 181 

Kelmartin, Bridget 261 ; John 261 ; 

William 261 

Kelvedon, [Essex] 128 

Kelvedon-hall, Essex 53,* 118, 172, 

212 

Kemball, William 163 

Kemble, John, Ven. 236 ; William 

[Augustine], O.S.F. 82 

Kemerton, Gloucestershire 155 

Kemper, Herman [ex S.J.] 111 

Kempson, Ann Clementina, O.S.C. 

25 ; John 31 

Kendal, Westmoreland 10 

Kendal(l), George, D.D. 11; Henry 

8 ; Hugo 20 ; John 2, 147 ; Mary 

Ann 225 ; Richard 7, 20 ; Richard 

Peter, O.S.B., prior 123 ; Robert 7 

Kenett, Henry 6 

Kenmare, Countess 98 ;! Earl 178 

Kennedy, Frances 59 ; Francis 35 

Kennet, Bryan 2 

Kenny, Eliza 199 ; Susannah Sarah 

207 

Kenyon, Edward 226 

Kennedy, Francis 114 

Kenilworth, [Warwicks.] 212 

Kenny, Mary 154 ; Mary Lucy 

[Juliana], O.S.A. 197 

Kentstone, Matthew Forster 209 

Kentucky, U.S.A. 205 

Kenyon, Charles 140 

Kerguelin, de, Jean Csesar 153 

Kerry, bishop of 164 

Keys, Ann 256 ; Mary 256* ; Thomas 

256* 

Kiddington, Oxon 150, 198, 267 

Kiernan, Ann 80 ; Francis 118 ; John 

150 ; Mary Ann Agnes 186 ; Terence 

92 ; Thomas 90 

Kighley, Eliz. 3 

Kilcoran, co. Galway 168 

Kilday, Bonaventure, O.S.F. 30 

Killarney, Ireland 154, 178, 185, 228 ; 

Belle vue-house 154 ; Dunloe Castle 

185 

Killingbeck, Ruth 110 

Killoran, co. Tipperary 137 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



808 



Killovgh (estate) 242* 

Kilvington, [Yorks.] 22 

KirnbeU, Frances 120 ; Joseph 214 

Kimberl(e)y, John (Thomas), O.S.D. 

37 ; Mary Magdalen, O.S.B. 82 

King, Ann 99 ; Charles 99 ; Francis 

102 ; James 88, 167 ; Jane 79 ; John 

83, 146, 155 ; John Francis 122 ; 

Mary 140. 163 ; [Mary] Catharine, 

O.S.D. 184 ; Mary Magdalen, O.S.B. 

165 : Patrick 228 ; Thomas 203 ; 

William 86, 113 

Kingdom, Abraham, ex S.J. 21 

Kingerby House, Lincolns. 158, 224 

Kings-cliff e, Lincolns. 21 

Kingsley, Angela [Maria], O.S.T. 25 ; 

Kingstey, George [ex S.J.] 28 ; 

Thomas (ex S.J.) 20 

Kingstey, George [ex S.J.] 28 

Kingston, Parish Church 268 ; 

-Jamaica 102, 106, 153, 181 

Kington, Abigail 72 ; Thomas, O.S.F. 

174 

Kinnaird, Viscount 128 

Kirby, Armarida 36 ; George 39 ; 

Henry 12 ; Mary Elizabeth, O.S.B. 

40 

Kircudbright, co. Cork 194 

Kirk, Elizabeth Mary 198 ; John 95, 

102 ; John, D.D. 1, 4,* 5, 18,* 19,* 

31*n; Margaret 84; Thomas 41; 

Thomason 95 

Kirkconnel(l) 176, 212 

Kirkcudbright 174 

Kirkham, Robert 217 

Kirsopp, James 217 

Kirstead-hall, Norfolk 202 

Kirwan, Arabella (Ursuline) 74 

Kitchen, Alexia, O.S.F. 128 ; Altesia, 

O.S.D. 32 ; Edward 39 

Kitchin(g), Ed. 3 ; [Elizabeth] 

Jerome, O.S.D. 161 ; John 191 ; 

Mary Eleanor 191 ; Sarah 181 ; 

Thomas 214 

Kitwell House, near Birmingham 224 

Knaresbrough, John 2 

Knapp, Agnes Mary 168 ; Charles 

113; Elizabeth 101; Helen 166; 

J. 135; Joseph 138; Mary 113; 

Mary Ann 173 ; Richard 95 ; Teresa 

105 ; William 168, 173 ; William 

[Basil], O.S.B. 131 

Knatchbull, Robert [ex S.J.] 22 

Knepffle, Lawrence 195 

Kleyser, John 181 

Klinckenburgh, Albert Henry Joseph 

192 

Kline, Mary 162 

Knight, 217 ; Ann Jos., 

O.S.A. 119; [Clare] Coleta, 3 O.S.F. 

40 ; Emcrentiana Maria, O.S.B. 53* ; 

George [ex S. J.] 34 ; James 122 ; 

[James] Dunstan, O.S.B. 28 ; [Mary] 



Clare, O.S.B., abbess 40 ; Mary D. 
122 ; Mary Joseph, O.S.F. 215 ; 
Mary Magdalen, rel. 160 ; O.S.B. 156 ; 
Richard [ex S.J.] 44 ; Teresa 173 ; 
William, O.S.F. 94 
Knottingley, Yorks. 114, 212 
Knuck, Christopher 105 
Komberg 121 

Kopke, Christina 204 ; C. N. 204 
Kreyenborg, Francis Henry 122 
Krochman, Henry 118 
Kroger, Doiothy [Mawhood] 65 
Krull, John 126 

La BASSEE, Flanders 27, 29 
Labbe(e), J. 55 ; N. 170 
Lacelle, la, Mans 77 
Lacon, Roland Michael, O.S.B. 97 
Laiguillon, Laurent 60 
L Airoles, de, 149 

Lacy, France 70 

Lacy, Aloysius 167 ; Francis 13, 18 ; 
George Michael [S. J.] 220 ; Joseph 
Ancula 180 
Laguement, France 88 
Laigue, de, Blaise 106 
Laine, 47 

Lair(e), Jacques Rene 56, 62 ; de, 
Pierre 77 

La Haye-Malherbe, France 66 
Lake(n), Anna Maria Catharine, 
O.S.Bridget (abbess) 184 ; James 200 
Lallier, Jean Bapt. 77 
Lam(b)(e)spring 23*n, 28,* 32,* 53, 
73, 82, 89,* 91,* 97, 104, 119, 127, 
130, 136, 137, 142, 152, 160, 170, 
183,* 197, 220* 

Lamb(e), Elizabeth 161, 249 ; David 
249 ; Lacon 249 ; William David 
222 

Lambert, Augustin Charles Pascal 
204 ; Donatienne Sophie Helene 203 ; 
Henry 209 ; Jean Nicolas 149 ; Mary 
206 ; William 237 ; Winifred 237 
Lambrechts, Benedict Joseph, O.S.F. 
184 

Lamoureux, Dorothy 137 
Lamy, Nathaniel 61 
Lanarth, Monrnouths. 10,* 14, 19 
Lanbadock 248 

Lancaster 11, 24, 52, 80, 113, 114, 167, 
168, 198,* 200, 207, 217, 219 ; Wood- 
side, nr. 168 

Lancaster, Elizabeth 170 ; George, 
O.S.F. 23 ; James 74 ; Louisa 
Frances (superioress), O.S.A. 101 ; 
M. Anastasia (rel.) 170 ; Oswald 8 ; 
Thomas 8 
Lancelin, Jean 81 

Lane, Rob. 4 ; Clare Teresa, O.S.C. 
215 ; James [S.J.] 149 ; Jane 177 ; 
Martha 209 
[Lane-Fox],Mary Dolores, O.S.B. 10 In 



304 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Langdale, Ann 118; Aloysia, O.S.B. 

22 ; Bridget 196 ; Hon. Charles 144 ; 

Hon. Charlotte 144 ; Catharine 143 ; 

Ellen 185 ; Hon. Eliz. 27 ; John 

74 ; Joseph 92 ; Lady Constantia 41 ; 

Margaret 162 ; Marrnaduke 177 ; 

[ex S.J.] 26 ; Philip 126 ; Thomas 38 ; 

Thomas Ralph 118; William 130 

Landas, Sarah 36 

Landernau, Brittany 173 

Landes, France 82 

Langford, Elizabeth 192 

Langton, Eleonora 36 

Lande, Lundi, Thomas 22 

Landouard, Do), France 66 

Langfoist 157 

Langhorne, Ann 41 

Langle, de, Mathieu Rene 67 

Langley, Ann 80 ; Anthony 165 ; 

Barbara 154 ; Benjamin 147 ; Mary 

150 ; Mary Ann 167 ; William 167 

Langlois, John Francis 42 

Langmodes, France 76 

Langourla, St. Brieux 81 

Langoven Church, Monmouths. 25 In 

Langrenay, Charles Adrien 143 

Langronne (Charles) 157 

Langrove 263 

Langstaff, Mary Barbara, O.S.C. 23 

Langston, nr. Havant 135, 168,* 173 

Langworth, Charles 93 

Lanhern(e), Cornwall 51, 89, 91, 

101, 112, 123, 131,* 139, 153, 156, 

157, 201 ; 

Lanishen, Glamorgan 247 

Lantalum, Elizabeth 177 ; M. A. 178 

Lanvihangel Tally, Brecon 258 

Laon, France 67, 115 

Lapert, Adrien 47 

Largerie, Rene Frangois 60 

La Rochelle, France 60, 76, 77 

Larrazabal, de, Raymond Francis 145 

Lartington, N.R. Yorks. 10, 39, 46, 74 

Lasne, Pierre Mariii 189 

Lassay, France 71 

Lasseur, Alexandre Jean 48 ; le, 

Frangois Olivier 52 ; Pierre Francois 

132 

Last, William 213 

Latham, nr. Ormskirk 222 ; Alice 

146 ; Charles 141 ; Ellen 216 ; H. 

199 ; Henry 147, 188 ; John 188 ; 

Robert 109, 200 ; Sarah 124 ; 

William 163 

Lathlieff, Alice 163 

Latreille, Jean Baptiste Rornain 221 

Laugancy, Pierre 52 

Launoy, de, Gilies 88 

Laurenson, Jfohn] S.J. 206 

Laval, Mans, France 60, 110 

Laveno, Italy 205 

Lavery, Patrick 155 

Lavoisne, Valentin 96 



Lawkland, Yorks. 160 
Law(s), John 196 ; Ursula 177 
Lawler, 213n ; Eliza 223 ; 

Elizabeth 269 ; James 224 ; William 
269 

Lawrence, Elizabeth 134 
Lawrenson, James 179 
Lawson, [Bridget] Anastasia, 3 O.S.F. 
29; Catharine, Lady 166; H. bart. 
166 ; Henry 168 ; Henry, Bart. 208 ; 
Henry, O.S.B. 183 ; John 36 ; Lady 
79 ; [Mary] Ignatia 3 O.S.F. (abbess) 
25 ; Mary Seraphina, 3 O.S.F. 122, 
123 ; Monica Dowager Lady 186 ; 
Thomas [ex S.J.] 97 ; Thomas [Aus 
tin], O.S.B. 188; William 216 
Laybourne, George 5 ; Nic. 5 
Layfield, Christopher 10 ; James 9 
Layland, [? Leyland, Lanes.] 221 
Layham, Suffolk 182, 217 
Laytham, John 226 
Lea, nr. Preston 104, 113, 220 
Leadbitter, Edward, O.S.D. 30 ; 
Jasper, O.S.D. 188 ; John 114 ; John, 
O.S.D. Ill ; Thomas 159 
Leamington, Warwicks. 198 ; Prior s 
212 

Leake, John 217* ; Mary 217 
Leckonby, John 18 
Leclancher, R. 56 

Lecointe, Bertrand Gilies Joseph 132 
Lecos, 47 

Lecoufflet, 161 

Ledwell, Cornelius 37 
Lee, Kent 271* ; 261 

Lee, Alice 134 ; Elizabeth 193 ; 
Francis 176 ; Helen 187 ; Joannah 
261 ; John 148, 180, 205* ; Mary 195, 
261 ; Michael 261 ; Richard 261 ; 
Thomas 261 
Leeds 152 181, 217 
Leeds, Sarah 200 

Leeky, James Cottingharn, Capt. 
116; Mary 192; William 205 
Leeming, 219 ; Thomas 221 

Lefebure, Charles 184 
Lefevre, Ann [sic. Louise Marianne], 
O.S.B. 97 

Legesby, Lincolns. 198 
Legg, Mary 213 
Legonidec, Robert Jean 146 
Leicester 222 
Leigh, Lanes. 179 

Leigh, Dorothy 124, 147 ; Francis 
188 ; James 149, 153, 200 ; Robert 
(ex S.J.) 20 ; Tho. H. 134 
Leighton, Margaret 41 ; co. Salop 114 
Leighton Hall, [Lanes.] 107 
Leimback, Antonius 110 
Leixlip, Leixlip Ireland 202, 208 
Lelievre, Jean Louis 136 
Lemelais, 132 

Lemetais, Jean 136 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



305 



Lemoine, Mary 95 

Lena, della, Dr., Innocenza 120 

Lenard, Thomas 236 

Lenniaux, Henrietta Mary Angela, 

O.S.A. 197 ; Pierre 197n 

Lennox, see Lenniaux 197n 

Lenty, Hannah 229 

Leonard, Jeremiah 108 

Leon, France 67, 70,* 81, 99; St. 

Thegonet 81 

Leoni, Maria 143 

Lepointe, Pierre L. 142 

Leprini, (abbe) 57 

Lerard, Rene Jacques 116 

Lermeront, Guillaume Michel 132 

Lernay, de, Francois Charles Jean 

Baptiste de Gislain 75 

Lescher, Joseph 176,; Mary 222 ; 

William 137, 222 

Leslie, Charles [ex S.J.] 97 ; James 

[S.J.] 130 

Lessot, Ph. N. 55 

Lestock, Admiral 92 

Lestoc, Jean Pierre 76 

Letailleur, Frangois Marian 139 

Letellier, Jacques 142 ; N. 206 

Lettas, Lucy [Grace], O.S.A. 104 

Lettice Park 259 

Levasseur, P. C. 221 

Leyburn, Yorks. 25 

Leveaux, M. J., O.S.B. 179 

Levermore, Mary 144, 157 

Leveque, Louis 52 

Levingston, Baron 129 

Levizac, de, Jean 103 

Levrot, Amb. 55 

Lewis, Ann(e) 95, 252 ; Anna Sophia 

212 ; Charles 253 ; Cordelia 254* ; 

David, S.J. 247, 248,* 249 ; Dorothy 

59 ; Edward, O.M.I. 50 ; Eliza Ann 

254 ; Elizabeth 254 ; family 234n ; 

James 254* ; John 254 ; John [ex 

S.J.] 29 ; [Lucas] John [ex S.J.] 50 ; 

Mary 253,* 254; Michael 254*; 

Philip 253* ; Simeon 144 ; Thomas 

84 ; Thomas Arthur 254 ; Thomas 

[see Culcheth, ex S.J.] 104 ; Walter 

252 ; William 253, 254* 

L huillier, Pierre 210 

Liampore 222 

Liber, Antoine Joseph (Capuchin) 87 

Lichfield, St. Benedict s Priory, [Col- 

wich], near 221 

Liddel(l), " Little Mr." 5 ; Thomas 2, 

13, 18 

Lidne 267 

Liege 5, 23, 25, 27*n ; 28-32 passim, 

35, 36*n, 39, 40, 45,* 51, 60, 73, 111, 

123, 125, 137, 168 

Lierre, Brabant 22, 27, 28, 29, 33,* 

35, 40,* 41, 45 

Lievre, le, Jean Damien 69 ; Jean 

Michael 96 

xii 



Lillebonne, Rouon 66 

Lilly, Ann 36 

Lima, South America 90, 271 

Limerick 204 

Limousin, Mathurin 175 

Lincoln 44, 126, 153, 160, 212, 218 

269 ; Minster-yard 218 ; St. Peter at 

Gowts 269 

Lincoln, Elizabeth 162 ; Isabella 145 ; 

Mary Ann, O.S.B. 49 

Lindo, Edwin 262 

Lindow, John 96 

Lindsey, Mary 54 

Lingard, [John], D.D. 163 ; Elizabeth 

163 

Lingart, Garstang 227 

Linley, Shrops. 89, 97 

Linsey, Barker and 65 

Lisbon 5, 6, 7, 9-15 passim, 18*, 19, 

22,* 24, 28, 40,* 44, 53,* 57, 65, 84, 

i>l, {)(}, 97, 107, Il2n, 113, 116, 119, 

122,* 125, 126,* 131, 142, 145, 149, 

152,* 160, 172, 177, 180, 184, 188, 192, 

202, 209, 211, 226*; Bon Success 

Dominican Convent 11 2w ; College 

205 ; English College 9, 24 ; Sion- 

house 152* 

Lisieux 55,* 56,* 60-62 passim, 65-67 

passim, 71,* 76,* 77,* 81,* 82, 87,* 

88, 143, 184, 221 

Liskeard, [Cornwall] 208 

Lisle 11, 74, 84; Mad-house 11 

Lismore, Ireland 84 

Litherland see Sutherland 137 

Little Charing, Kent 142 

Little Malvern, [Worcesters.] 28, 62, 

63, 78,* 142, 170 

Littlewood, family 19n ; Margaret, 

O.S.B. 38 

Liverpool 13, 18, 25,* 31, 44, 50,* 54, 

73, 78, 83, 91, 99, 101, 102, 105, 109, 

114, 123, 126, 129,* 131, 134, 137,* 

140, 143, 147,* 148, 150, 152-154 

passim, 164,* 165, 168, 173, 180, 182, 

184, 185, 187,* 195, 196, 197, 199, 

200, 204, 206, 208,* 210, 212,* 214,* 

215,217, 219-223 passim., 225, 227, 

228; Abercromby-square 212; Church 

Street 208 ; Duke-street 182 ; Edge 

Hill 129, 134 ; Mount Pleasant, near 

195 ; Redcross Street 199 ; Rose Hill 

147 ; St. John s Market 219 ; St. 

Nicholas Chapel 197 ; Woolton, near 

152, 189, 227, 228* ; Hill-foot Villa 

227, 228* 

Livet, Seez 116 

Llanarth, Monm. 163, 171, 188, 240, 

249, 252,* 254, 255 ; Court 162, 182, 

255* ; Pitt, the 252 

Llandaff, co. Glam. 272 

Llandenny, co. Monm. 249 

Llanfair Cilgoed, Monra. 243*r, 244, 

245n ; Grange House 244 



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INDEX OF PEBSONS AND PLACES. 



Llanflhangel-cwm-du, co. Brecon 258n 
Llangaran, [Herefords.j 24 In, 162 
Llangatoc Veibon AveC Monm. 239 
Llangoven, co. Monm. 250 
Llangrove, [Heret ords.] 262n 
Llangyfyw, Llangeview, co. Monm. 250 
Llangynfil Dixton 238n 
L(l)anher(n)e, 
Llanlywith 242 

Llanover, Monm. 256*n ; House 256n 
Llanrothal, Herefords. 264*n 
Llantilio Croseny, Monm. 241, 244 
Llanthewy Rythereh, [Monmouths.] 
253, 254 

Lloyd, Harriet Maria 224 ; John 38, 
74, 190 

Loches, Ville de, France 115 
Locke, 171 

Loder, Ursula 154 
Lodge, John 6, 53 
Loguivi Lannion, France 93 
Loizance, Jean Francois 71 
Lolivier, Yves 47 
LoUi, James 14, 19 
Lomax, J. 3 

Lombard, Nicolas Seraphm 80 
Lombez, France 93 
London 4-22 passim, 24, 26-29 pass., 
31, 33-35 pass., 37-41 pass., 43-46 
pass., 50-55 pass., 57-59 pass., 62, 
63-65 pass., 67, 68, 71-75 pass., 82,* 
84, 85, 87, 89, 93, 94, 97, 100, 115, 120, 
121, 125, 133, 142, 146,* 147,* 150,* 
151, 153, 157, 161,* 165,* 170, 179, 
184,* 188,* 189,* 196, 200,* 206, 208,* 
210, 217, 221, 223, 226, 227,* 230, 
233, 249, 271 

CHAPELS AND CHUBCHES 
French 193 ; German 137, 143, 146, 
176 ; Great St. Thomas Apostle 137, 
143 ; Greenwich 127 ; Hammersmith 
271; Lincoln s Inn Fields 193; 
Moorfields 135, 213?? , 151* ; Neapoli 
tan 64 ; Oratory 16, 20n; Portuguese 
74, 193 ; Saint Catherine s, Kat 
harine s 162, 200, 204 ; St. George s, 
E. 141 ; St. Patrick s 114, 118, 138; 
Soho 226 ; St. Paul s, Shadwell 85 ; 
Sardinian Chapel, Lincoln s-inn-fie Ids 
183 ; Spanish 65, 134, 163, 171 ; 
Spanish Place 73 ; Virginia-street 19, 
110, 210 
PLACES 

Asylum for female orphans 204 ; 
College of Physicians, Warwick Lane 
134 ; College of Surgeons 168 ; 
Hospital 68 ; Kings Bench Prison 14 ; 
St. Aloysius Charity Schools 204 ; 
St. Martin s Workhouse 194 ; St. 
Patrick s Charity Schools 204, 228 ; 
Sardinian-house 190 
ROADS, STREETS, ETC. 
Adam-street, Manchester-square 154, 



-West 158 ; Air Street, Piccadilly 79, 
113, 129; Aldgate High Street 214; 
Arnold Place, Newington 223 ; Artil 
lery-place 177 ; Arundell Street 117 
Baker-street 74, 84, 134, 176 ; Bays- 
water 35 ; Beaumont-street 167, 
-Marylebone 224 ; Bedford Place 148, 
-row 172, 176, -square 125, 192, 206, 
-street 125, 206 ; Belsize-park 217 ; 
Bennett-street 165 ; Bentinck-street, 
Manchester-square 191 ; Berkeley- 
square 208 ; Bermondsey 73, 86, 209, 
214, 223 ; Bernard-street, Brunswick- 
square 195, -Russell-square 216; 
Berners-street 178, 206 ; Berwick- 
street, Soho 176, 188 ; Bethnal Green 
79, 190 ; Bishopsgate-street 214 ; 
Blackfriars 113, 181, 150, -road 125, 
225 ; Blackheath 187, 271 ; Bland- 
ford-street 190 ; Bloomsbury 33, 73, 
79, 90, 120, 121, 122, 128, 148, 154, 
157, 167, 173, 175, 180, 198, 209, 228 ; 
Bond-street 128 ; Borough 163 ; 
Bouverie-street 173 ; Bow 214, 225 ; 
Bread-street, Cheapside 181 ; Brian- 
stone-street 74 ; Bridges-street 103 ; 
Bridgewater-street, Somers-town 147 ; 
Brighton Place 150 ; Broad Court, 
Drury-lane 117 ; Broad-street, 
Bloomsbury 167 ; Broad Wall, Black- 
friars 150 ; Bromley 94, 120, 214, 
225 ; Brornpton 41, 45, 72, 99, 
173, 182, 209, 216, -square 173 ; 
Brook Green 41, 137, 151, 164, 204, 
-Hammersmith 181, -House 54, 72, 
141, 270*n ; Brook-street 59,128, Gros- 
venor-square 129, New-road 214, 229 ; 
Brownlow-street 118, 157 ; Bruns 
wick-square 195 ; Bryanston-street 
219 ;, Buckeridge-street, Bloomsbury 
209 ; Bulstrode-street 36, 158 ; Bur 
ton-crescent 158, -street 117 
Cadogan-place 167, 177 ; Camden- 
street 166, -town 120, 174, 176, 203; 
Cannon-street-road 133, 203 ; Carey- 
street 182 ; Carlisle-street, Soho- 
square 191 ; Gary-street 150 ; Castle- 
street, Leicester-fields 124, Holborn 
125, 145; Catherine-street, St. 
Georee s, E. 141 ; Cavendish-square 
144, 208 ; Chalton-street 193 ; Chapel 
House, Poplar 226, -St. George s Fields 
226, -street 196, Grosvenor-square 
113, Lisson Green 147; Charles- 
street, Beruers-streot 178, -Grosvenor- 
square 94, 162, -Manchester-square 
148, 185, -Soho 105, 121, 129, 166; 
Charlotte-street 225 ; Charlton- 
street, Somers-town 137 ; Cheapside 
181 ; Chelsea 72, 102, 118, 159, 168, 
199, 218, 219, 231 ; China Row 72 ; 
Stanley House, Chiswell-street 148 ; 
Church-street, Lambeth 222; Clap- 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



307 



ham-road-place 212 ; Clarendon- 
square 194,* Claughton-lane 111; 
Ciement s-lane, Lombard-street 99 ; 
Clerkenwell 133, 162, 176 ; City 213>?, 
223, -road 102, 144, 174 ; Cockspur- 
street 182 ; Coleman-street 230, 
-buildings 121 ; Commercial Road 
146, 157, 167, 190 ; Cornpton Rd. 2, 
-street, Clerkenwell 176 ; Conduit 
Street 90, Connaught-place, Edgware- 
road 202, -square 203 ; Constitution- 
row, Gray s-inn-lane 159 ; Covent- 
garden 143, 213n ; Cowley-street, 
Westminster 140, 173 ; Cross Court, 
Broad Court, Drury-laiie 117 ; Curzon- 
street, May Fair 74 
Davies-street 94 ; Deaii s-row, Wai- 
worth 166, 181, 213, -street 167 ; 
Dempsey-street, Commercial-road 
167; Denmark-street, Soho 154; 
Derby-street 101 ; Devonshire Place 
46, ^-square 144, -street 36, 106, -Lis- 
soii-grove 193, -Queen-square 125, 159, 
182 ; Dock-street 141 ; Dorset-place 
209, -square 195 ; Dover-street, 
Piccadilly 173; Drury-lane 117, 138, 
144 ; Duke Street 98, -Grosvenor 
Square 43, 72, 74, 99, 113, 135, 159, 
219, -Lincoln s Inn Fields 80, 85, 92, 
130, 147, 171, 182, -Portland Place 
151, -St. James s 113, 192 
Earl s Court 209, -street, -Blackfnars 
113; East-lane, Bermondsey 73, 
86, 223, -Rotherhithe 52, 100; 
East-street, Red-lion-squaro 64, 
162, 194, -Smithfield 167, 212; 
Edgeware Road 64, 65, 83, 155, 
180, 182, 185, 187, 199, 202 ; Edward 
Street, Portmaii Square 124 ; Euston- 
square 203 ; Evesham-buildings, 
Somers-town 159 

Featherstone-buildings 171 ; Finch- 
ley 197 ; Finsbury 192, 199, -Place 
145, -square 135 ; Fitzroy-place, 
Kentish-town 210, -Square 65, 120, 
134, 135, 141, 196, 207, 208, 209, 231, 
-street 199 ; Fleet-market 190 ; Foley 
Place 151 ; Frederick-place, Hamp- 
stead-road 178 ; Frith-street, Soho 
171 ; Fulham 117, 187 
Gate-street 150, 166, 224, -Lincoln s- 
irm-iields 167, 169, 225 ; George- 
street, Bloomsbury 154, -Hampstead 
Road 193, -Manchester-square 200, 
-Portman-square 121, 185, 187, 225 ; 
Gloucester-buildings, Walworth 223, 
-street, Queen-square, 177, 185 ; -Ter 
race, Cannon-street Road 133, 203, 
-Commercial Road 157 ; Gloucester 
Villa, Regerit s-park 194 ; Golden 
Square 9/ 155, 191, 203, 209, 226 ; 
Golden-square, King St. 9 ; Gower- 
street 125, 186, 226; Gracechurch- 



street 90, 99, 106, 150 ; Grange-road, 
Bermondsey 209 ; Gray s, Grey s, 
Inn 8, 10, 134, 148, 168, 194, -lane 159, 
163 ; Great Marlborough-street 213, 
-Marylebone-street 199, -Ormond- 
street 125, 130, 199, 209, -Queen- 
street, Lincoln s Inn Fields 108, -Rider, 
Ryder-street, St. James s 73, 137, 
-Russell Street 105, 147, -SurreyStreet, 
Blackfriars 181, -Titchfield Street 39, 
138, 216, -Trinity-lane 210, -Wild- 
street, Lincolii s-inn-fields 202, -Win 
chester-street 143 ; Greek-street, 
Soho-square 204 ; Green Street, Gros 
venor Square 64, -(Academy) 64, 
-Leicester-square 143 ; Greenwich 92, 
123, 124, 127, 147, 162, 209, 230, 
-Hospital 92 ; Gresse-street 149 ; 
Grosvonor Square 43, 64, 65, 72, 74, 
94, 99, 113,* 117, 129, 135, 159, 162, 
187, 190, 191, 214, 218, 219, -street 
150 ; Grove-end-road, St. John s 
Wood 186 

Hackney-road 167 ; Ham Lane 68 ; 
Hammersmith 5, 29, 32-35 passim, 
38, 50, 52,* 54,* 57, 59, 64,* 69,* 72, 
73, 74,* 78, 79, 95, 97-102 passim, 
112,* 116, 122, 128, 129, 130, 134, 137, 
138, 140,* 141,* 143, 144, 146, 148, 
149, 156, 157, 161, 161, 165, 170, 177, 
180, 181, 183, 185, 193, 197,* 199, 
201,* 223, 225, 230, 270*w, 271, 
-Convent 165, -of Good Shepherd 271 ; 
Hampstead 38, 46, 51, 72, 74, 79, 105, 
110, 122, 128, 147, 150, 158, 163, 166, 
168, 176, 185, 191, 194, 203, 204, 206, 
208,* 209, 217,* 230, Bellsize-park 
217, -road 178, 193, West End 
158 ; Hampstead Heath 185 ; 
Hanover Square 101 ; Hans Place 
64 ; Harley Place, New Road 
150 ; Hart-street, Bloomsbury 79, 
121, 180 ; Henrietta-street 147, 
-Co vent-garde 11 213n ; Hertford- 
street, Fitzroy Square 135, 141 ; 
Highgate 79 ; High Holborn 203, 
-street, Marylebone 211, 213, -Dorset- 
square 195, -St. Giles 163 ; Hinde- 
stroet 90, -Manchester-square 106, 154, 
228 ; Holborn 68, 73, 125, 145, 157, 
208 ; Houndsditch 168 ; Howland 
Street 140, -Fitzroy-square 134 ; Hyde 
Park 222, -place 223 ; Hyde-street, 
Bloomsbury 228 

Islington 117, 135, 141, 151, 172, 225 
Jermyn-street 217, St. James s 182: 
Kenningtoii 98, 99, 185, 195, -Cross, 
Lambeth 102, 125; Kensington 79, 
138, 151, 157,* 158, 162, 173, 182,* 
185, 192, 194, 198,* 200, 212, 225, 
226, -Gravel-pits 157, -square 147 ; 
Kentish Town 4, 194, 210 ; King 
Street 9, -Bloomsbury 90, 15?, 172, 



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INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



-Covent-garden 143, -Hammersmith 
185, -Holborn 68, 73, 208 ; Kings 
Bench Prison 14 ; King William 
Street, Strand 225 ; Knightsbridge 
59, 113, 186 

Lambeth 75, 118, 125, 129, 140, 155, 
166,195, 222, -Marsh 143. 187, -Terrace 
138, 202; Lamb s Conduit-street 121, 
143, 150, 168, 190, 198, 205, 230 ; 
Laurence-Pountney-hill 222, -lane 187, 
195, 213n; Leicester-fields 124,-square 
143, 198 ; Lincoln s Inn 59, 109, 155, 
166, 198, 270, -fields 18, 65, 80, 85, 
92, 102, 108, 130, 147, 167, 169, 171, 
182, 183, 185, 193, 202, 225, -chapel 
193 ; Linden House, Turnham Green 
204 ; Lisson Green 147, -grove 193 ; 
Little Compton-street, Soho, 83 ; 
Little Windmill Street 92 ; Lombard 
Street 99; London-street 172, -Wall 
153, 175 ; Long-acre 36, 73, 128, 143, 
213, 214 ; Lower Berkeley-street 153 ; 
Porchester - street, Edgeware - road 
182 

Maddox-street 157, 164 ; Maize Hill, 
Greenwich 124 ; Manchester Square 
106, 148, 154,* 185, 186, 191, 200, 
222, 228, -street 110, 186 ; Margaret- 
street, Cavendish-square 144, 208, 
-Hackney-road 167 ; Marlboro ugh- 
place, Old Kent-road 199 ; Marv-le- 
bone 72, 211, 213, 224; May-fair, 
May Fair 74, 99, 114, 190, -Curzon- 
st. 74, -Stanhope-street 190 ; Michael s 
Grove, Brornpton 209, 216 ; Middle- 
ton-square, Clerkenwell 162 ; Milner 
Place, Lambeth Marsh 187 ; Minories, 
the 102 ; Montague Square 134, 212, 
222, -street, Bloomsbury 120, -Russell- 
square 180 ; Moorefields, Morefields 
37, 151* ; More Place 33, 46, -Lam 
beth 75, 195 ; Mortimer Street 
140, 141, 148 ; Mount-row, Berkeley- 
square 208 ; Mount-street 219, -Gros- 
venor-square 218 ; Museum-street, 
Bloomsbury 198 

Nassau-street, Soho 188 ; Nelson- 
square 178 ; New Bond-street 41, 72,* 
122, 155, 171, 224; New Kent Road 
217, 219, -Compton Street 79, 121, 
Norfolk-street 74, North Road, Is 
lington 172, -Quebec-street, Portman- 
square 138, -Road 109, 150., 214, 229, 
-Harley Place 150, -St. George s, East 
120,New-street,Bishopsgate-street214; 
Newington 223, -Butts 65 ; Newman- 
street 188 ; Norfolk-street, Grosvenor- 
square 187; Northampton-square 224 ; 
North Audley-street 191 ; North End 
54, 65 ; Northumberland -street 155 ; 
Norton-street, Portland-place 203 ; 
Nottingham Place 79, 105, 161, 181 ; 
Notting-hill 222 



Old Broad-street, City 21 3, 223, 
-Cavendish-street 103, -Kent-road 199, 
-Quebec-street 125 ; Osburne- street 
195 ; Osnaburg(h)-street 169, 194, 
208 ; Oxford-street 84, 90, 109, 125, 
158,* 159, 172, 181, 186, 194, 204 
Paddington 54, 146, 196 ; Pall-Mall 
54, 79, 108, 135, 190, 223 ; Park Lane 
80 ; Park-road, Rogent s-park 199 ; 
Park-street 74, 150, -Grosvenor-square 
65, -Westminster 121, Park Villa, near 
Blackheath 187 ; Parliament-street 
199 ; Parson s Green, Fulham 117 ; 
Peckham, Surrey 119, 127 ; Penton- 
street, Pentonville 194 ; Pentonville 
68, 69, 92, 109, 113, 141, 171, 174, 
194 ; Percy-street 133, 153, 221*, 
-Rathbone Place 133 ; Peterborough- 
house, Fulham 187 ; Phillimore- 
place 172 ; Piccadilly 72, 79, 109, 113, 
129, 172, 173 ; Poplar 198, 208, 226 ; 
Portland-place 151, 172, 185, 203*, 
-road 169; Portrnan-square 74, 117, 
121, 124, 138, 166, 185,* 186,* 187, 
206, 225,* -Edgeware-road 185 ; Prin 
ces-square 146, 147, 199, Ratcliff- 
highway 188 ; Princess Street, Han 
over-square 1 1 
Quebec-street 167 ; Queen-square 

125, 126, 159, 177. 182, 185, 191 ; 
-street, Bloomsbury 33, 148, May fair 
99, 114; Queen Ann-street 148 
Ratcliff [?] 146, -Highway 109, 134, 
141, 144, 162, 188, 198, 204, 214; 
Rathbone Place 133 ; Rayner-place, 
Chelsea 218 ; Redcross-street, Bor 
ough 163 ; Red Lion-square 59, 64, 
162, 173, 194, -street 46 ; Regent s- 
park 194,* 199,* -street 159; Rodney s 
Buildings 228, -New Kent-road 219 ; 
Rotherhithe52, 79, 100, 113, 192, 196, 
229,231 ; Rupert-street 186; Russell- 
place, Fitzroy-square 208, -square 
137, 180, 186, 216, -Montague-street 
186 ; Russell-street, Bloomsbury 73 ; 
Ryder, Rider s-court 164, 172 

Saint Catherine-street, Wappirig 129 ; 
Saint George s, East 120, 141, -Fields 
46, 226, -row, Hyde Park 222 ; St. 
Giles 163; St. James s 73, 113, 137, 
182, 192, -street 79 ; St. John s- wood 
186 ; St. Martin s Lane 181, -street, 
Leicester Square 198 ; St. Pancras 
39, 41 ; St. Paul s Churchyard 120 ; 
Serle-street 95, 130, -Lincoln s Inn 
155, 198, -fields 191 ; Seymour-place 

126, 164, 195, -street, Euston Square 
203 ; Shadwell 85 ; Dorset, Sion 
House, Peckam 119, 127; Sloane- 
square 180, -street 105 ; Smith- 
street, Northampton Square 224 ; 
Smithfield 84, 197 ; Snow-hill, London 
38 ; Spitalfields 126 ; Spring-street, 



INDEX OP PLACES AND PERSONS. 



309 



Portman-square 185 ; Soho 83, 105, 
121, 129, 154, 166, 171, 176, 188,* 226 ; 
-square 191, 204 ; Somers-town 65, 

82, 86, 95, 105, 111, 128-131 passim, 
137, 138, 141-147 pass., 159, 162, 167, 

168, 171, 173, 178, 184, 189, 191, 192, 
196, 198, 202, 205, 207,* 209, 218, 222, 
223,* -Chalton-street 207, -Charlton- 
street 137, 167, 223, -Chatham-street 
205, -PI ice nix-street 128, -Polygon 
209, 218, 222; South Street 78, 
-Manchester Square 222 ; South Aud- 
ley St. 72, 74, 75, 79, 118, 168, -Gros- 
venor Square 191, 214 ; South Lam 
beth 90, 114; South Molton Street 

83, 133, 159, 171 ; Southampton Row 
39, -Street 172, -Bloomsbury 122, 128; 
Southwark 109, 177 ; Stafford- 
house, Turnham Green 199 ; Stanley- 
house, Chelsea 219 ; Star and Garter 
Yard, Ratcliffe Highway 141 ; Strand 
73, 95, 172, 191, 198, 225 ; Stratford, 
Essex 157, 177, 191, 214, 229 ; 
Surry House, Kennington 195 ; Swal 
low St. 80 ; Sutton-place 212 ; Sy- 
mon s-street 180 

Tavistock-street, Bedford Square 192 ; 
Thames-street 213 ; Tooley-street 
176; Torrington-place 213 ; Totten 
ham 177, 222 ; Tottenham Court 8 ; 
Tottenham Court road 99, 143, 159, 
222 ; Tudor-place 222 ; Trafalgar- 
street, Walworth 204 ; Tudor-place 
222 ; Turnham Green 123, 141, 168, 
177, 199, 204, 216, -Linden House 204; 
Union-place, New Kent-road 217 ; 
Upper Baker-street 74, 126, -Berkley- 
street, Portman Square 117, -Brook- 
street 200, 204, -Charlotte-street, Fitz- 
roy Square 120, -Clapton 102, -Hollo- 
way 224, -John St., Fitzroy Square 65, 
-Golden Square 155, -King-street, 
Bloomsbury 175, -Upper Norton-road 

169, -Upper Norton-street 172, Port 
land Place 172 ; -Thames-street 144 
Vale Place, Hammersmith 95, -road 
177 ; Vauxhall 109, 224 ; Virginia- 
street 163 

Walnut- tree Walk, Lambeth 155 ; 
Walworth 166, 181, 185, 190, 204, 208, 
213, 223 ; -Dean s-row 166, 181, 213, 
-Gloucester Buildings 223, -Trafalgar 
St. 204 ; Wandsworth 185 ; Warwick- 
lane 134, -street 159, 182, 203, 207, 
209, -Cockspur St. 182, -Golden-square 
203, 209 ; Watling-street 171 ; Wap- 
ping 98, 105, 106, 129, Wall 140, 141 ; 
Wells-street 159, 167, 129, 217 ; Well- 
close-square 126, 129, 168, 204, 217 ; 
Wells-street 129, 217 ; West End 158, 
-Hampstead 122, 128, 176; West 
minster 121, 140, 150, 158, 173, 230, 
-Cowley-street 150 ; Westmoreland- 



street, City-road 144; Weymouth- 
street 182, 185, -Portland-place 185, 
203 ; Whitechapel 163 ; White- 
street, Morefields 37 ; Windmill- 
street, Finsbury 192 ; Woburn Place, 
Russell Square 137 ; Woolwich 173, 
203 

York Buildings 105, 113, -gate, Re 
gent s Park 194, -place 145, -Portman 
Square 166, 186, -street, Westminster 
158 

Lonergan, William 213 
Long Birch, Staffs. 5, 11, 14, 19,* 57, 
63 

Longford, [Salop] 4 ; -Hall 20 
Long Horsley, Northumberland 193 
Longrais, L. 61 
Longstaff, Val[entine] 155 
Longuesti, Elizabeth 38 
Longuemare, Jean Vincent 197 
Longueville, France 66 
Longuet, Francois 136 ; Jean Bap- 
tiste 48 

Lonsdale, John 82 
Loraine, Thomas (Lawrence) 23 
Loranee, 43 

Lorin, Frangois Anth. Nicholas 67 
Lorrain 22* 

Lorymer, family 239n ; Frances 
Xaveria [O.S.F.] 170; Francis 11; 
John Powell 117 ; Mary Anne 202 ; 
Michael 235 ; Michael Anselm, O.S.B. 
196 ; Mildred Louisa 174 ; Sarah 72 ; 
Win. Powell 174 
Lostock, Peter 2 

Loucelles, de, Paul Francois 56, 62 
Loughbrickland, co. Down 125 
Loughlin, Ireland 106 
[Loughry] Joseph, O.S.B. 179 
Louis, XVI. 97 ; lo Grand 116 
Lousains, Bayeux 61 
Loustonau, Jean Baptiste 52 
Louth 23, 184, 188 
Louvain(e) 7,* 12, 21, 25, 32,* 36,* 
40, 41,* 44, 45, 53, 98n, 101 ; St. 
Monica s Convent 21 
Louvetot, Rouen 80 
Louvre(s) 61 ; St. Louis du Paris 61 
Loucelles, de, Paul Francois 48 
Louis, St., king 222 
Lovegrove, Anne Mary Gertrude, 
O.S.A. 131 

Lovell, B. 199 ; Ellen 199 
Low(e), Anthony 49 ; Joseph, O.C.D. 
135 ; Mary 248 ; Mary More [Rose], 
O.S.Bridget [Prioress] 152 
Lowe House, St. Helens, Lanes. 187, 
206* 

Lowerhall, Lanes. 82. 131 
Lower Lodge, Ashton 140 ; Wooburn, 
[Surrey] 30 
Lowry, Catharine 94 
Loyd, Nicholas 2 



310 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Loyer, Dominick 198 ; Giles Domi 
nique 154 ; Jean Baptiste 148 
Loyes, L. Fr. 56 

Lubersac, de, Charles Francois 91 
Lucas, 47 ; Alexandra Jean 

Baptiste 81; Charles [ex S.J.] 28; 
Elizabeth 35, 172 ; Lewis, John [ex 
S.J.] 50 ; Mary Bernard, O.S.B. 83 ; 
Sarah 35 ; Simon 72, 77 ; Susanna 
Mary 72 ; William 164, 172 
Lucca, Italy 134 

Ludewell House, near Wardour 21 
Lulworth, Dorset 89, 91, 110, 125, 
224n,; Castle 110, 119, 130, 192; 
East 85 ; West 190, 191 
Lund, George 105, 115, 226 
Lunn, Nicholas 71 

Lupton, Charles 160 ; John 198 ; 
Maria 198 

Luqueville, Bayeux 88 
Lussigny, Noyon, France 99 
Luttier, Olivier 71 
Luyksgestel, co. Liege 125 
Lydda, Bishop oi 200 
Lyddon, Mary 166 
Lymington, [Hants.] 141 
Lynch, 182 ; Anna Maria 129 ; 

Catherine 142 ; Christopher 147 ; 
Christopher William 133 ; Clemen 
tine, O.S.B. (abbess) 69 ; Eleanora 
52 ; James 182 ; John 128 ; Mark 
129 ; Mary Gertrude, C.R.S.S. 64 ; 
M. B., O.S.B. (abbess) 193 ; Peter 
Henry 102 ; William 105 
Lynott, Dorothy Ami 172 ; John 171 
Lyons 31, 41, 70, 94, 204 
Lys, de, Gabriel 196 
Lyson, John 7 
Lyster, Ann 147 
Lytham Hall, Lanes. 199 

M 234 

Mabire, Antoine Joseph 87 
McCann, Ann 129 ; Arthur 199 ; 
Elizabeth 133 ; Joseph 208 ; Robert 
65, 217 ; Phebe 217 
McCarthy, , (Mrs.) 182; Ann 

M. Xavier, I.B.V.M. 211; Bridget 
117; Charles 146, 182; Daniel 98, 
120 ; Denis 266 ; Margaret 92 ; 
Mary 90, 118; Susannah Ursula 181 
McCartney, John, M.D. 187 
McCarty, Macarty, Charles 73 ; Fr. 
199 ; Julia 186 ; Margaret Jane 177 ; 
Owen 133 ; Thomas John 172 
Macclesfield, Cheshire 187 
Macclesfleld, Mary Placida, O.S.B. 74 
McCloud, Margaret 260 ; Peter 260 
McClum, Henrietta 208 
McCoy, Francis John 208 
MeCray, Catharine 64 
McDaniel, John 86 ; Timothy 85 
Macdermot, John 177 



MacDiarmid, Peter Mackintosh 225 
McDonal, Augustine, O.S.C. 104 
Macdonald, McDonald, Alexander 220; 
Angus 38, 51 ; Archibald Benedict, 
O.S .B. 123 ; Donald 58, 72 ; Joannah 
105 ; Martha 154 ; Mary Elizabeth, 
rel. 202 ; Mary Maximilian, O.S.B. 
139 ; Robert 124 ; Teresa Cath., 
O.S.B. 197 

Macdon(n)el(l), McDonnell, 248 ; 

Alexander Wolfe 202 ; Ann 249 ; 
Cecilia 141 ; Charles, Capt. 125 ; 
Eneas 191 ; Francis 249 ; Maria 191 ; 
Mary, Lady Constable 168 ; Mary 
Austin, O.S.C. 101 ; Mary Josephine 
249 

McEnally, Margaret 167 
MacEvoy, Christopher 39, 230 
McEvoy, Jane Maria 117 
McGovern, James 199 
McGuire, , Capt. 238 

McHenry, Charles 224 ; Richard 224 
Machrell, Lydia 199 
Mackarel, Ann 214 
Mackay, Catherine 113 
McKeane, A. J. 213 ; Elizabeth Jane 
213 

McKenzie, 73 

McKierman, Thomas 181 
McKinnon, John 104 
Mackworth, Tho. 4 
McLean, Andrew 199 
McMillan, Archibald 31 ; Mary Mag 
dalen, O.S.B. 170 
McMullen, Peter 92 
Macmurdo, John Duff 164 
McNahan, Anna Maria 38 
Macnamar(r)a(h), Catherine 85 ; 
James 32 ; Maria Teresa 221 ; Jane 
39 ; Patrick 219 
McNaughten, John 208 
Macnaughton, John 202 ; Mary Ann 
202 

McNeal, Margaret 150 ; Mark John, 
M.D. 159 ; Patrick 140 ; Teresa 
Bridget 173 

McNulty, , Capt. 208 

McQueen, 140 

McShane, Andrew 159 ; Roseanne 194 
McShay, James 110 ; Teresa Ann 182 
Madan, Ann 86 
Madden, Daniel 106 
Maddison, Elizabeth 35 
Maddocks, Frances Xavier, O.S.T., 
prioress 91 
Maddox, Thomas 183 
Madeira 107 

Madeley, Salop 118, 120, 167 
Maden, Robert 51 

Madew, Didacus, O.S.F. 22 ; Edward, 
O.S.F. 21 

Madhouse, Egham, Surrey 9, 11 
Madras 124 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



311 



Madrid 13, 55 
Magauran, John 84 
Magee, Margaret 153, 175; Mary 
Anne 204 

Magguire see Maguire 
Magloire de la Haye, Suipice 70 
Magny, Francois Joseph 76 
Magrath, J. 153 ; James 150 
Maguire, Margaret Magdalen, O.S.A. 
211 

Mahady, Michael 123 
Mahe, Francois 46 
Mahieu, Jean Antoine 67 
Mahon, Alethea 257 ; Mary Sales, 
O.S.F. 221 ; Patrick John 167 
Mahyer, Francois 71 
Maine, France 119 
Maillard, 48 

Maillit, Benjamin, O.S.D. 78 
Ma(i)r(e), Edward [ex S.J.] 57 ; 
Euphresia, O.S.C. 50 ; George [ex 
S.J.] 57 ; Henrietta 46 ; Henry 13, 
18, 74 ; John 51 ; Monica 74 ; 
William 2, 4*n, 5, 12 
Maitre, le, 153 ; Francois 165 ; 

Pierre 52 

Maizehill, Greenwich 124 
Malaga, Spain 151 

Malandain(e), Jacque 71 ; Jean 81 
Malfilatre, de, 88 

Malide, de, Joseph, bishop 116 
Malines, Flanders 175 
Mallowny, Ann 259 : John Burt 259 
Malta 86 

Malvern, Great, Worcesters. 216 
Man, Isle of 108, 220 
Manby, Ann 86 ; Clementina Stanis 
laus, O.S.C. 50 ; John 143 
Manchester 8, 13, 14, 73, 124,* 125,* 
132, 137,* 138, 145, 151, 153, 155, 
160, 164, 168 170,* 174, 180, 183, 184, 
186, 205,* 209, 210, 213,* 216, 218, 
220, 221,* 226-229 pass. 
PLACES 
Asj^lum 151 

Chapel House, Mulberry-street 226 ; 
Chapel House, Book-street 226 ; 
ROADS, STREETS, ETC. 
Chorlton-on-Medlock 229 ; Miller 
Street 210 ; Mulberry Street 226 ; 
Princes-street 205 ; 4 Rook-street 226 
Mandeville, France 120 
Manesty, Maria Ann 216 ; Samuel 216 
Mangin, Louis 149 
Mangini, Anthony 86 
Manguit, Rene 48 
Manley, 6*n ; John 9 

Manneville, Bayeux, France 66 ; 
Rouen, France 71, 99; la Rault, 
Lisieux, France 69 
Manning, John 22 

Mannock, Lady Anastasia 128 ; sir 
George, bart. [ex S.J.] 28 ; Lady 



Mary 34 ; Tho., bart. 128 ; William 
7, 149 

Mans, le 43,* 56,* 60-62 pass., 65, 
69-71 pass., 75-77 pass., 80, 87,* 88, 
103,* 110, 114, 120,* 122,* 124, 128, 
132, 139, 146, 175, 184, 200*; Cathe 
dral 43 ; College 103 ; le Horp 60 ; 
1 Oratoire 103 ; St. Pierre de la Cour 
70 ; Trinite de Laval 60 
Manse, 2l3n 

Mansell, John [ex S.J.] 68 
Mansigny, Comtesse de, Marie Ron6e 
225 

Mansse, Lewis Xavier 187 
Manul, Jean Marie 46 
Maple-Durham, Berks. 24, 38, 107, 153 
Maquestra, near Boulogne, Chateau 
162 

Marah, J. 3 
Maraine, S. M. 189 

Marais, des, Jacques Francois Bouchet 
136 

136 ; Louis Thomas Tulou 76 
Marc, 47 ; Jacques 7 1 

Marce, Seez, France 69 
Marchand, le, Jacques 69 ; Marc 
Claude 88 

Marche, la, Jean Fra^ois, bishop 99 
Marches, family 233 
Mardeley, Pierre Marie 61 
Mare see Maire 4 
Maree, 48 

Margate, Kent 74, 94, 108, 141, 162, 
205 

Marguerit, S. 55 

Marie, Etienne 52 ; (Francois) 161 : 
Pierre Nicolas 111; Pierre Fran- 
?ois 81 

Marie, Etienne 52 ; (Frar^ois) 161 ; 
Pierre Nicolas 111 ; Pierre Francois 
81 

Marinier, le, Jacques Etienne 175 
Marion, Pierre Geiievieve 52 
Market Harborough, Leicesters. 159 
Markham, see Tunstall, Mary 169 ; 
Mary Frances, O.S.B. 161 
Marmaduke, James 29n, 3l*n 
Marnhull, Dorset. 9, 12, 113, 179; 
Nash Court 113 
Marot, 43 

Marquant, le, Henry Jacques 193 
Marque, Michel 76 
Marquer, Jean 103 
Marquerite, Marie, rel. 77 
Marquilly, Jean Baptiste Joseph 66 
Marquoy, De, V. J. 56 
Marsans, Bartholomew 59 
Marsden, John 43, 160 
Marsland, John 135 
Marsh, James 111; Margaret 222; 
Mary Collet, O.S.C. 201 ; [Richard] 
Benedict, O.S.B. 53 ; [Thomas] 
Jerom, O.S.B. 63 



312 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Martin, 55, 169; Ann 105; 

Ann. Joseph, O.S.A. 17<> ; Catherine 
132; Charlotte 129; Elizabeth 130; 
Ellen 210; J. 5; James 2J5; Jean 
Bapt. 128 ; John 21), 120; Jos. 3; 
Maria 194; Margaret 114; Mary 51, 
113, 116; Mary Ann 124; Richard 
4, 148; Robert 199; Samuel 154; 
Thomas 14, 19, 122, 144, 150, 194; 
William 3 ; William Abraham 143 
Martinez, Sebastian William Gon- 
zales 158 

Martinico, St. Pierre 225 
Martyn, Francis 158, 22G ; Frederick 
181, 185 ; Marianne 181 ; Martha 
158 ; Mary 185 
Marul, Jean Marie 40 
Mary, Queen 245 

Maryland, America 28, 29, 34, 39-41 
pass., 44,* 50, 53, 57, 71,* 73, 78, 84, 
89, 91, 90, 107,* 112, 115, 127, 131 ; 
Newtowii 34 ; Prince George s County 
41 

Mascall, John 140 ; Margaret Cat 
herine 193 ; Mary 140, 158 
Mason, Catherine 212 ; Elizabeth 
168 ; Frances 187 ; Michael 169 ; 
Mary, rel. 68 ; Thomas 8 
Massey, Francis [S.J.] 152 ; John 
Stanley, bart. 51 
Massingberd, 173 

Massot (Pierre Alexis) 157 
Master, Teresa 101 
Masuchiputam, E. Indies 38 
Mather, Henry 173 ; Isabella 109 ; 
[James] Cyril, O.S.B. 119; Richard 
98 

Matherbe, Mary Magdalen, O.S.B. 64 
Mat(t)hew(s), 8, 10, 21 ; Ad 

miral 92* ; Andrew 39 ; Anna 140 ; 
John 6 ; John Hobson 232, 233, 
271 ; Ignatius [ex S.J.] 34 ; Margaret 
41 

Mathias, Anna 99 ; Gilbert 153 
Matly, John 89 
Mattingly, John [ex S.J.] 100 
Mattot, France 76 
Matzura, Alexander 145 
Maude, Mary Ann 207 
Maudsley, James 122 
Mauduit, Marie Anne 208 
Mauger, Jean Baptiste 106 
Maugon, France 69 
Maulne, France 61 
Maur, prior, Trappist 110 
Mauritius, the 197 
Maurizes, Louis Toussains 47 
Mausive, , Pomard 43 

Mauvaisin, Mathurin Anne 46 
Mawhood, Dorothy [nee Kroger] 65 ; 
Mary Louisa Austin, O.S.A. 197 ; 
William 64, 197 
Mawley, Salop 10, 71, 147, 184 



Maxfield, Francis 19 

Maxwell, (Mrs.) 212; Ann, 

I.B.V.M., abbess 34 ; Elizabeth 146 ; 



Henrietta 



James 176 ; vere 



Stuart, James [ex S.J.] 39 
Mayence 210 

Mayenne, France, Notre Dame 69* 
Mayes, Laurence 7 
Mazais, des, Antoino Augustin Rene 
48 

Mazzinghi, Catharine, Countess 230 ; 
Count 219; Julia 129; Julia Mary 
151 

Mead(e), Bridgett 124 ; Edmond 130 ; 
Martha 89 ; Mary Clare [Helena], 
O.S.A. 116; Michael 192; Richard 
199; Theresa 198 
Meader, Mary 95 ; William 95 
Mecer, le, Pierre 46 
Medcalf, J. 3 ; see Metcalfe 
Magraw, Anne Petronilla 212 ; Nic 
holas 212 

Mehaute, Nicolas 46 
Meheudin, Seez, France 77 
Meininck, Dominic, rel. Ill 
Meister, George 158 
Melamare, Rouen, France 80 
Melerai, France 87 

Melling, Alice 3 ; Ed. 1, 3 ; family 1 ; 
James 93 ; John 1, 7 
Melrose, Thomas 208 
Melton Mowbray 196 
Mendez, Francisco 216 
Menell, Anthony 7 
Menil Aubert, France 75 
Menil Gilbert, France 81 
Menil sous Lillebonne 66 
Menillager 87 
Menit Thebault, France 71 
Menzies, William 79 
Mercer, Ellen 163 ; Thomas [ex S.J.] 
40 

Merchant, 160 

Merck, George Devini (general) 117 
Mere, la Donleet do, Mary Frances 221 
Mergeson, Ann 130 
Merlin, Jean Louis 146 
Mer(r)y, Ann 264, 265 ; Elenor 264 ; 
James 265* ; John Peter 90 ; Pierre 
Francois 87 ; Richard 264 ; Samuel 
264* 

Mesnil le Glaise, France 81 
Mesnil Rainfray, France 110 
Messager, Pierre 99 
Messenger, John Michael 95 ; Mary 
137 ; Mary Placida, O.S.B., 

abbess 180 
Mestinck, Francis 44 
Metais, le, William Francis 42 
Metcalfe, Frances 120 ; William 219 ; 
see Medcalt 

Metz, Lorraine 137, 183 
Meynell, 83; Edward 102; 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



313 



Joseph 208 ; Mary Margaret, O.S.B., 
27 ; Thomas 89 ; William [S.J.I 109 
M. H. 259 

Michael, Amelia 203 ; Joseph 203 
Michell, Catharine 181 
Michele, de, Leopold 144 
Michel Troy, Monmouths. 238 
Mida, Maria Scholastica, O.S.B. 101 
Midford, James 7 

Midford Castle, near Bath, Somerset 
181, 221 

Midhurst, Sussex 41, 85, 95, 125 
Mid(d)lehUTSt, Jane 118; Mary 
Martha, O.S.B. 221 
Middleton Lodge, Yorks. 37, 220 
Middleton Priors, Salop 65 
Miller, Hale 80 ; Mary Joseph, O.S.B. 
54 ; Winefrid, O.S.A. 101 
Millet, Jacq. 56 
Milling, 173 

Millot, Mary Michael, O.S.C. 23 
Mill(s), Alexander James 198 ; Har 
riot 55, 58 ; James 10, 39 ; Jacques 
220 ; Mary Aloysia (Ven. Mother) 160 
Milne, Jane 228 ; Robert 228 
Milner, Elleanora 34 ; John 21 ; John, 
bishop 169 ; Mary 121 
Milton, Berks. 20, 114, 141, 229; 
Cantab 229 

Milward, Anselm, O.S.F. 119 
Mims, Frances, O.M.I. 50 
Minieres, des, Louis Hilaire de Forges 
Bertrand 47 

Min(n)S, James, O.S.B. 160 ; Thomas 
52 

Minster Acres, [Northumberland] 83, 
98 

Mintier, le, Augustin Louis Rene 
(mgr.) 80 ; Louis Alexandre 46 
Mirepoix, Louisa Elizabeth Victoria 
de Levis, O.S.B., prioress 189 
Mitan, Charles 157 ; Elizabeth 121 ; 
James 155 ; Mary 95 ; William 83, 
106 

Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke 233 ; 
[Samuel] Aug., O.S.B. 131 
Mittau 97 

Moine, le, 43 

Moira, Derbys. 136 
Moissy, Jean B. 71 
Mole, North Wales 103 
Molie, Pierre 184 
Molien, Jean Bapt. Etienne 70 
Moliere, Mary 33 
Molins, Francis 6 

Molineux, Ed. 5 ; Eliza 159 ; Mathias 
9 ; Edward 99 

Molloy, Catherine 219; Hugh 120; 
Lewis 219 ; Peter 72 
Molteno, 223 ; Agnes Emma 

223 ; Anthony 135 ; John 176 
Molyneux, Molyneaux, Ann 33 ; Hon. 
Maria 52; Richard [ex S.J.] 104; 



Robert 207 ; William [ex S.J.] 31 

Momme, Jean Etienne Jourdan 75 

Mondray, France 66 

Money, William 159 

Monge, Mary Teresa Ann 36 

Monk, Thomas 107 

Monington, Mornington, Mary Ann 

Teresa, 3 O.S.F. 50*n 

Monmouth, S. Wales 50, 63, 72, 233, 

234r?, 235*n, 236*, 238, 240, 241, 243, 

244n, 247, 248, 251, 265n, 269n ; 

Chapel Hill (parish) 251 ; Priory 

269n ; Saint Aryan s 251 ; Waterloo 

Cottage 238 

Mon(n)ier, Le, C. N. F. 56 ; Francois 

46 ; Jean Antoine 81 ; Jean Fra^ois 

48 ; Julien 70 

Monnow Valley 233 

Montagnac, de, Fransois de Gain, 

bishop 116 

Montague, Frances, Viscountess 158 ; 

Lord, Viscount 64 ; la, Jacque 

Francis 80 

Montague Cottage, Kingsdown, Bristol 

208* 

Montant, J. 55 

Montauban, France 192 

Mont Bourg, France 115 

Montbecq, France 60 

Montego Bay, Jamaica, W. Indies 51 

Montesquieu, Charles Louis de Se- 

condat, baron 163 ; Mary Anna, 

baroness 214 

Montgomery, Mary 126 

Monticelli, Mary 229 

Montier, Elizabeth 203 

Montivi(l)l(i)ers, France 62, 167 

Montmain, France 93 

Montpellier, France 42, 116, 141, 178 ; 

bishop 116 

Montonnier, Anthony 262 ; Margaret 

262 

Montreuil, France 85 

Montserrat, Island, W. Indies 159, 171 

Moody, Ann 181 ; Catharine 202 ; 

Mary Catherine, O.S.C. 49 

Moon, Lousains, France 61 

Mo(0)re, 83, 163; Ann 92, 

163, 180; Ann Mary 74; Barbara 

113; Catharine 122; Charles 5; 

Christopher [ex S.J.] 21 ; Eiizabeth 

199 ; George 190 ; John 22, 45, 92, 

190; John Francis 105, 113; Joseph 

109 ; Lewis 228 ; Margaret 147 ; 

Mary Augustina, O.S.A., prioress 97 ; 

Patrick 163 ; Sarah 186 ; Thomas 

164 ; [ex S.J.] 50 ; Thomas Joseph 

168 ; William 148 

Moor Hall, Lanes. 5, 28, 103 

Moor Hall, Ireland 190 

Moor house, Grace 125 

Moray, Blase 156 

Morazain, Jean Anne Adrien 60 



314 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Mordaunt, Robert 166 
Mordel, Servans 46 
More Place 33, 46 
Morel, Etienne 81 

Morgan, 64, 138, 222, 244; 

Ann(e) 240, 245, 253, 263, 265*; 
Bonaventure, O.S.F. 23 ; David 9 ; 
Edward 240,* 263,* 265; family 
244n ; Helen Esther 158 ; James 
247 ; Joan 240 ; John 90, 245, 252, 
253 ; John Baptist 253 ; John 
Francis 166 ; John William 252* ; 
Lina 240; Lucy 150; Mary 240,* 
247, 252, 253 ; Mary Agnes, O.S.B. 
40, 49 ; Mary Aenes, O.S.T. 89 ; 
Mary Jane 252, 253 ; R. 150 ; Ric 
hard 127 ; Teresa, O.S.T. 91 ; Tur- 
bervile 244 ; William 236, 240, 253* ; 
William Aloysius 252 ; Wm. Evan 
265 

Moriceau, Pierre 77 
Morin, Marin 65 
Morley, Thomas 117 
Mornington, see Monington 
Morocco, bishop of 67 
Morpeth 82, 183, 207, 220, 228 
Morrel(l), Elizabeth 41 ; Jane 102 
Morrice, Robert 8 

Morris, Francis [S.J.] 149 ; James 
205 ; John [S.J.] 188 ; Margaret 72 ; 
Peter [J. ex S.J.] 39 ; William 80 
Mortain, France 76 ; College 76 
Mortier, Charles Benjamin 42 
Morton, near Burton Constable, Yorks. 
148 

Mortuaire, Jean Baptisto 189 
Morvan, Jean Yves Marie 60 
Moseley, Staffs. 20, 133, 166 
Moseley, Joseph [ex S.J.] 28 ; Mary 
Anne 185 ; William 4 
Moss, Frances 204 ; John Augustine 
158 

Mostyn, Barbara, Lady 109, 130 ; 
Catherine 103 ; Charles 150, 198 ; 
Charles Browne 103 ; Edward Browne, 
lieut. 58 ; Frances, Lady 167 ; Maria 
198 ; M. Joseph, O.S.B. 97 ; Pyers 
59, 64 ; Thomas 74 
Mouche, la, France 76 
Moulin, du, Andrew 186 ; George 186 
Moulin(s), Jean 66 ; Jean Gabriel 66 ; 
Julien Marie 77 ; Pierre 153 
Mount Dillon, Ireland 79 
Mount(e)ney, 158 ; Elizabeth 

171 ; William 55 
Mountnessing, Essex 140, 154 
Mouquet, Nicolas Jacq. FranQois 67 
Mousley, Concha 212 ; John 212, 
223 ; Joseph P.S. 223 
Moussais, de la, Nicolas 46 
Mower, John 125 
Moyen, Jean Baptiste, ex S.J. 67 
Moylan, Francis bishop 126 ; Jos. 11 



Mudford see Midford 

Muddenhagen, near Biihmen, Pader- 

born 133 

Mugot, N. 210 

Mullineux, Mary Joseph, O.S.B. 206 

Mun, de, Jane 90 

Munich 41 

Munstereven 204 [? Monasterevin, 

Ireland] 

Murphy, Amelia 134; Ann Hyan- 

cinth 224 ; Ann Margaret 75 ; 

Barnaby 84 ; Benedict Ann 198 ; 

Cornelius Peter 134 ; Elizabeth 31 ; 

Helen Shee 216 ; John 140, 166, 202, 

224 ; John Fish 229 ; Joseph 200 ; 

Mary 228 ; Mark Fidelis Cornelius 

166 ; Martha 95 : Patrick 106 ; 

Philip James 140 ; T. P. 229 ; Teresa 

79 ; Thomas Barnaby 216 

Murray, Ann 118; Andrew 79; 

Mary 114, 217; Patrick 260; capt. 

78 ; Thomas 217 

Musgrave, Elizabeth 118 

Mutrecy, France 80 

Mylius, Elizabeth Teresa 113 

Myra, bishop of 235 

Myton Hall, Yorks. 177 

NAGLE, Frances 140 
Nailer, Thomas 163 
Naillac, de, Gabriel Pierre 106 
Nailor, Ann 229 ; William 228* 
Nainville, 205 

Nandyke, Thomas [ex S.J. 40] 
Nantes, France 76, 142, 177 ; Colle 
giate Church 76 
Napier, Letitia 78 
Naples, 13 
Narbonne 91, 96 

Nash Court, near Faversham 75; 
Marnhull 113 
Nason, Susan 143 

Nassau, Antonia 186 ; John 96 ; 
Maria Emilia 159 ; Mary 101 ; 
William 138 
Navet, Jean 215 
Nayland, Suffolk 166, 168, 198 
Nayler, Eliza Mary 116 ; Eliza Mary 
Angelina 109 : Elizabeth 135 
Naylor, Henry 267 ; J. J. [Placid], 
O.S.B. 49 ; [John Ambrose] O.S.B. 
152 ; Thomaa 267 
Neagel, Mary 260 

Neal(e), Benedict [ex S.J.] 28 ; Eliza 
beth 200 ; Judith 129 ; Lawr. 162 ; 
Leonard, archbishop 136 ; Martha 
137 ; Mary, O.S.C. 25, 213 ; Richard 
204 ; William 73 
Neall, John 167 

Nearquis, [Flints.] 59 ; see Nerquis 
Needham, Ann 240 ; Charles 82 ; John 
207 ; Joseph, O.S.F. 35 ; Lelia 207 ; 
Robert 240,* 244* ; Turberville 21 ; 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



315 



Winifred 36 ; Winefride Sherwood 38 
Negrete, d6, Madame Maestro 33 
Nehon, Joseph 60 
Nelle, de, Isabella 79 
Nelson, Arthur 39 ; James 4G ; Sarah 
148 

Nelsons 156 

Nerques, Mole, North Wales 103 
Nerquis 107 ; see Nearquis 
Nestfield, Jn. 14, 18 
Nether Wilton 59 
Netherton, [Sefton, Lanes.] 179 
Netherwitton, Northumberland 98 
Netterton ( ? Netherton), near Orms- 
kirk 150 

Neuport, see Newport 
Neuville, France 67 
Nevill(e), 202 ; Charles [ex 

S.J.] 37 ; Cosmas 187 
New, Joseph 101 
Newark upon Trent 162 
Newbrough Lodge, Hexham, North 
umberland 163, 199 
Newburgh, nr. Hexham, Northumber 
land 34, 65 

Newburgh, Hon. Bartholomew, earl 
27 ; Charlotte, countess 65 ; Coun 
less 64, 71 ; Earl 27, 128, 161, 178 
203 

Newbury, Berks. 110 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne 11, 23, 34, 35, 
86, 100, 125, 164, 173, 224 
New Chapel, Oxon 117 
Newdale, nr. Wellington, Salop 110 
Newfoundland 184 

Newhall 93, 129, 131, 132, 165, 169, 
220 ; Chelmsford, Essex 27, 29n, 36rj, 
75*n, 97,* 98, 111, 138, 156 
New Hall, Cumberland 64 
New House, Holdforth, nr. Preston 
33, 122 ; Hollowforth 102 
Newlin, Teresa Austin, O.S.A. 27 
Newland, Gloucesters. 266w, 267 *n 
Newman, Margaret 207 
Newpark, co. Wexford, Ireland 93 
Newport 188 

Newport, Neuport, Nieuport, Flanders 
23, 26, 57, 62, 63 

Newport, Monmouths. 243, 247, 252, 
259,* 261, 262 

Newport, Salop 116, 215 ; Slater s-hall 
215 

Newport, Isle of Wight 171, 224 
Newport Pagnell, Bucks. 181, 196 
Newport Pratt, Ireland 85 
New Providence, Island 90 
Newsham, [James] 164 ; John 126, 153 
Newton, Catherine 194 ; Dorothy 181; 
Edward 51 ; Edward Baptist [ex S.J.j 
29 ; Elizabeth, O.S.B. 25 ; James [ex 
S.J.] 84 ; Robert 73 ; Teresa Mary 
178; Vincent 126, 153, 194; Vincent 
capt. 205 



New Town, Montgomeryshire 217 

New Zealand 69* 

Neyva, de, Joseph do Cunha Pereira 

175 

Nice 38, 39, 78 

Nicholas, Mary Christina Leopoldina 

Frances 160 

Nicholetts, Catharine 106 ; Elizabeth 

83 

Nicholls, John Thomas, O.S.D. 25 

Nicholson, Ann 225 ; Francis Bernard 

222 ; Lady Mary Margaret 145 

Nicol, Andre 61 

Nicolas, Elizabeth 35 ; Jacob 18 ; 

Jamos 14 ; Mary Ann 54 

Nicolle, Giles 42 

Nicols, Giles 42 ; Henry 13, 18 

Nieuport, see Newport 

Nihel(l), Catherine Joseph, O.S.C. 50 ; 

Edward [ex S.J.] 96 ; Lawrence Dr. 

141 ; John 141 

Nihill, Dr. 225; Alicia 225; 

Edw., lieut. 153 ; see Edward Nihell, 

ex S.J. ; Felicity 120 ; Lawrence 154 

Nind, James 228 ; Joseph [S.J.] 226 

Nithsdale 59 

Nixon, Thomas [ex S. J.] 44 

Noan, le, Jean 93 

Noble, Le, 48 

Nocks, Elizabeth 65 ; Letitia 41 

Noe, de la, L. 55 ; De la, P. 55 

Noel, [John] Augustin, O.S.D. 131 

Noir, le, Piorro Valerie 202 ; le, Rene 

66 

Noirlac 91 

Nonencourt, France 77 

Norfolk 7, 159, 202; Bridget Ann 

108 ; Charles, duke 27 ; duke 27, 108, 

188 

Norman, family 19n 

Normanby, Lincolns. 159 

Normand, Nicolas 175 ; le, Jacques 77 

Normandy 119, 125, 220 

Normanville, France 67 

Norris, , carthusian 23 ; Agnes 

O.S.B. 40 ; C., O.S.B. 78 ; John 58 ; 

Mary 133, 155, 180 ; Mary Catharine 

Joseph, O.S.A. 180 ; Mary Phillis 

203 ; Patrick 215 ; William 99 

Northampton 54, 202 

North Meols, Lanes. 126 

Norton, Matthew, O.S.D. 82 

Norwich, Norfolk 30, 46, 65, 86, 95, 

100, 125, 133, 134, 145, 149, 181, 185, 

200, 202 

Notre Dames Daspres, France 76 

Nottingham 193, 194, 208, 212, 218 

Nova Scotia 137 

No(w)lan, Jacobus 19 ; Michael 29 

Noyal, near Bazouge le Perouse, 

France 67 

Noyon, France 66, 70, 77, 93, 99; 

bishop of 93 ; St. Godeberte 70 



316 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Nugent, 85 ; Jane, countess 

147 ; Lucy 172 ; Hon. Margaret 51 ; 

Prince 147 ; Sarah 74 

Nutley, Charles 145 

Nutt, Mary 39; Pacincus, O.S.F., 

prov. 68 

Nyren, Cleophe 214*n ; John 214n, 

225 

OATLEY, Elizabeth 121 
O Beirne, Gerald 108 
O Brien, Catherine 117: Denis 118 
Elizabeth 141, 261 ; Michael 261 
Patrick 261 ; Peter [ex S.J.I 97 
Timothy 118; William 183 
Bryan, Elizabeth 182 
Obut, William 114 

O Callaghan, Mary Frances Sales, 
O.S.B. 153 

O Connell, Maria Louisa 227 ; Mary 
Ann 39 

O Connor, Elizabeth 270 ; Malachy 
147 ; Mary Teresa 222 
Odemaer, Theodora, O.S.Bernard 69 
Ogilvy, Mary Catherine, O.S.A. 85 
O Grady, Frances 200 ; Helen 65 
Oiseau, 1 , Jean Baptiste 76 
O Keefe, Mary 74 ; Owen 73 
Oldbury, Gloucestersh. 202 
Old Dalby on the Wolds, Leicesters. 
178 

Old Down, Somerset 212* 
Oldenburgh 118 
Oldfield, Mary 129 

Old Hall, Herts. 138, 148, 192, 196,* 
210 

Old Hall Green, Herts. 96, 159, 164, 
176, 183, 188 ; St. Edmund s College 
176 

Old Hall, Ware, Herts. 16, 29. 3 In, 
77, 271* 

O Leary, Ann 256 ; Arthur, O.S.F. 
82; Daniel 256*; James 251*; 
Patrick 258 

01(l)iv(i)er, 135 ; Alexandre 

96 ; Ann 180, 223 ; Antoine 70 ; 
Gabriel 165 ; George 180 ; George, 
D.D. 107, 224 ; Jane 38 ; Jean 
Franois 48 ; John 110 ; Joseph 108 ; 
Louis Guillaume 52 
Oliveira, D Joachim 213 
Omers, St. 139, 174*; English Col 
lege 13 

Ondefontaine, Bayeux 70 
O Neffl, Bernard 106; Charles 155; 
Regina Madeline 155 ; Stephen 173 
Onfray, Jacq. Jul. 56 
Onslow, Hon. Ann Denzil 65 ; Mary 
75 

Oporto 162, 172, 176, 204 
Orchard, Monmouth. 234n ; Farm 
253 
Old, 212; Jonathan 114; 



William 83 

Reil(l)y, James 133 ; John 90, 203 ; 

Margaret 212 ; Mary 203 ; Mary Ann 

O.S.B. 45 ; Thomas 198 

Orfueille, Comtesse de 148 

Orleans 60, 185, 22 J ; Bacon en 

Beauce 60 

Orme, John 37 

Ormenil, Rouen 69 

Ormerod, John 94 ; Mary 228 

Ormoy, L , 52 

Ormskirk, Lanes. 30, 222 

O Rourke, Emma 95 ; Frances 94 : 

Phillis 94 

Orpwood, Susanna 99 

Orrel, nr. Wigan 121 

Orrell, Ann 39 ; Anna Maria 86 ; 

[Elizabeth Anne Justina] Augustina, 

O.S.A. 68*n ; J. 5 ; James 86, 164 ; 

Jos. 145 ; John 107 ; Mary 58 

Orrel(l) Mount, Lanes. 165, 179, 182, 

211 

Orval, France 66 

Osbaldeston, Agnes Clare, O.S.F. 152 ; 

[Peter] Dunstan, O.S.B. 28 

Osboc, Rouen 91 

Oscott, Birmingham 9, 16, 40, 139, 

156, 160, 164, 174, 178, 200*; St. 

Mary s College 164 

Osgodby, Lincolns. 160, 189, 220 

Osmond, Adrien 81 

Osmotherley, Yorks. 78, 89, 94, 111, 

131, 174, 179, 196 

Ostend 163, 193 

Oswald, Anthony [ex S.J.] 68 

O Toole, Matthew 98 

Ouin, Nicholas 93 

Oulston, Yorks. 8 

Oulton, Staffs. 45n 

Overbury, Worcestors. 161 

Overthorpe 201 

Overton, Eliza Ann 257 ; George 257 

Overy, Oxon 86, 99, 120, 125, 219 

Oxburgh, Norfolk 26, 165, 190, 219 ; 

Oxford 51, 84, 97, 139, 146, 153, 192, 

210 ; Magdalen College 218 ; St. 

Clement s 139 

Ozeville, France 66 

Owen, Ann 94 ; Hugh 6 ; John 10 

PAOALIN, Pierre Louis Mathurin 61 

Padbury, John 195 ; Thomas [ex S.J.] 

37*n 

Paddison, Henry 192 

Paderbon, bishop of 126, 146 

Page, Ann 74 ; le, Joseph 46 ; Joseph 

Marie 77 

Pagny, Benoit 106 

Pailleur, le, Jacques 81 

Pain, Marc 96 

Pains, James Philip, S.J. 206 

Palermo, Sicily 93, 111 

Palethrop, George 33 ; see Pelethorpe 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



317 



Palmer, 20, 23*n, 30*; Ed 

ward, O.C.D. 57 ; Elizabeth Thecla, 
3 O.S.F. 89 ; Henrietta 163 
Palyart, Frances Paula 125 ; Ignatius 
125, 143 

Panalean, France 81 
Panting, John [ex S.J.] 22 
Paoll, General 98 

Pape, [Francis] Ambrose, O.S.B 152 ; 
William 203 
Papillon, (Antonin) 161 
Papin, Pierre Francois 87 
Pardie, France 70 
Parigny, France 70 
Paris 5-8 pass., 10,* 12-14 pass., 18,* 
25-29 pass., 32, 35,* 37, 38*?i, 40,* 
41,* 43,* 45, 49,* 50, 53,* 58, 61,* 63, 
64, 68,* 69,* 71, 81,* 82, 87, 93, 101, 
103,* 107, 108, 110, 123,* 126, 127, 
128, 132, 136, 138, 142,* 144,* 146-149 
pass., 152,* 156, 157, 159, 160, 162, 
163, 170-172 pass., 174-179 pass., 
182, 183, 187, 188, 197, 200, 210-213 
pass., 215, 220, 221, 224, 229*; 
Chateaudun, Chapel 110; Church 
146 ; College de Louis le Grand 116 ; 
Courcouroiuie, near 71 ; English 
Convent 170, 21], 215 ; Fossees, Los, 
St. Victor 12, 101 ; Marolles les Arpa- 
jou, near 200 ; Missions Etrangt res 
142; Ruo de P\)sse St. Victor 101; 
Rue de la Paix 224 ; Rue Fosses 
49, 50 ; St. Gene vie vo 180 ; St. 
Greg[ory ]s 12 ; St. Honore 221 ; 
St. Sulpice 103 
Paris-house 160 

Parish, Mary 191 : fee Parrish 
Parker, 158 ; Charles 192, 

194 ; Charles Edward 202 ; Dorothy, 
O.M.I. 68 ; Francis 14, 19 ; G. 223 ; 
H[enry], O.S.B. 136; James [S.J.] 
152; Richard, S.J. 215 ; Thomas 145 
Parkes, Mary Agnes, O.S.B. 101 
Parkinson, Parkenson, Charles 164 ; 
Elizabeth 164 ; Henry 196 ; James 
11,* 151; Mary 35; Mary Lucy, 
O.S.B. 49 ; Thomas 8 ; William 72 
Parlington, Yorks. 20 
Parnham, Mary Teresa, O.S.T. 28 
Parr Hall, Lanes. 222 
Parrish, Charles Henry 171 
Parry, Agnes 263 ; Elizabeth 249 ; 
James 249 ; Matilda Elizabeth 263* ; 
Monica (O.S.C.) 165 ; Peter 78 ; 
Pierce 39 ; Rose 126 ; Teresa, O.S.A. 
131 ; William 263* 
Parsons, John 226 

Partington, [Elizabeth] Ann Teresa, 
O.S.B. 145 ; George 83 ; Mary 
[Benedicta], O.S.B. 179 
Parvin, George 203 ; John 133, 167 ; 
Mary 167 
Pasquer, L. 56 



Paston 227 

Paston, Clementine, 3 O.S.F. 30 ; 
Edward 190, 227 ; family 227 ; [Har 
riet] Mary Bernard, O.S^.A. 227 
Patient, Robert Vincent, O.S.D. 85 ; 
Xaveria Ann, 3 O.S.F. 28 
Patrick, James 165 
Patten, Thomas, O.S.B. 28 
Pat(t)erson, 74 ; James Hart 

ley 175 ; John 96 ; John Samuel 162 : 
Mary 114; Mary Albana, O.S.A. 179 
Pattinson, Ailathia 65 
Paty, Pierre 99 
Paul, M., rel. 152 
Paxton, Catherine 45 
Payne, , capt. 164 ; Anselm, 

O.S.F. 21 ; Bridget Frances, O.S.C., 
24 ; John Chrysostom 164 ; Lucy 
Agnes 225 ; Richard 225 ; Thomas 
[O.C.D.], prov. 107 
Peacan, Ami 229 ; Matthew 106 
Peach, E. 133, 145; Edward 169; 
Henry 21 : Mary 145 ; Richard 133 
Pearce, Ann 249*; William 249 
Peading, Charlotte 147 
Pearson, Thomas 9 
Peche, , general 172; Ann 172 

Pecq, le, 122 

Pecquet, John Baptist Nicolas 42 
Pierson, Bradshaw 217 ; Francis 
Anthony 217 

Pellegrini, Ambrose 138 ; Louisa 
Theresa 138 

Pelethorpe, Ann 195 ; see Palethrop 
Pellitier, Pierre Francois] 103 
Peltier, Le, 76 

Pemberton, William 36, 38 
Pembridge, Michael [Benedict], O.S.B. 
97 

Penallt, Monmouths. 250 
Penarth, Glam. 272 
Pendergest, Peter 37 
Pendlebery, Charles 105 
Pendleton, near Manchester 213 
Pendrill, Ami 215 
Penhoet, Joseph Jean 70 
Penketh, see Pinketh, Jno. 122 
Pen(n)ington, 153 ; Ann 

Frances, O.S.B. 49 ; Edmond, O.S.B. 
44 ; William 40 
Peniston, Frances 168 
Pennsylvania 26, 28, 53 
Penros(e), Monm. 241, 242 
Penswick, Mary Victoria, O.S.C., 
abbess 119; Thomas 35; Thomas, 
bishop 214 

Pen-Y-Clawdd, Monmouths. 247 
Pepin, Louis Jacques 80 
Pepper [Pippard], John [ex S.J.] 107 
Perceval, A. 265 ; Agutha Dorothea 
Agnes 265 ; E. 265 ; Marie Elizabeth 
Josephine 265 
Perchey, le, Adrien 77 



318 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Percy, Thomas 164 
Pergeaux, J. Fr. 55 
Perkins, Francis 10 
Perkinson, Ed. 4 
Pericaud, Leonard 139 
Perico, Elizabeth 130 
Perigueux, bishop of 128 
Pernambuco 176 
Perrey, Mary 86 

Perrier, de, Joachim Dominique 81 
Perriers, France 61 
Perrin, Ann 234n ; Thomas 234n 
Perry, John 142 ; Philip 18 ; Dr. 13 
Perseb ridge, co. Durham 147 
Perthir, Perthyre, Monmouths. 72, 
174, 235, 239n, 244n 
P. D., M. D. 260 
Peterborough, Northauts. 185 
Peterbury, America 144 ; Mount 
Sinai, near 144 
Peters, Charles 200 
Peterstow, Herefords. 264 
Petit, Jean Marie 60 ; Paul, O.S.F. 22 
Petit-Bosq, du, Jean B., prior 71 
Petre, Hon. Ann, Lady 29 ; Hon. 
Catherine Anne 191 ; Hon. Frances, 
Lady 158 ; Lady Frances 154 ; Ben 
jamin, bishop 9*w ; Francis 10 ; 
Francis, bishop 12, 13, 18 ; Hon. 
George 62, 64 ; Hon. Juliana Bar 
bara, Lady 203 ; Lord 62, 65, 80, 96, 
105, 203, 228 ; Mrs. Francis 29 ; 
Robert Edward, Lord 80, 105, 203, 
228 

Phesackeley [Fazakerley], Scholas 
tics, O.S.B. 156 
Philadelphia 44,* 246 
Philibert, 110 

Philippe, Yves 71 

Philipson, [William] Gregory, O.S.B. 
170 

Philli 265 

Phil(l)ips, , Hon. Mrs. 164; 

Ann 121, 135, 202 ; Dominic, O.S.D. 
23; Henrietta 118; John 5 ; Maria 
Clare, rel. 94 ; Mary 167 ; Peter 10 ; 
Samuel 2 ; Stephen 190 
Phillips, Thomas 118, 132; William 
86, 105, 129 

Philpott, Edward 238*n ; family 238n; 
Hannah 238 
Phipps, 214 

Picard, Jacques Gabriel 81 ; Jacque 
Joseph 82 
Picault, Paul 80 
Pichon, Pierre 77 
Pichot, Pierre 99 

Pickering, Ann 140 ; Eusebia, O.S.A. 
Ill ; Lancellot 10 
Picot, Pierre 65 
Piel, Francis 42 

Pierat(t), Mary 113; Michael 94 
Pierce, Mary 101 ; Matthew 185 



Pieret, Catharine 31 
Pierre, Gratien 103 
Pierreppint, William 179 
Pierreville, le Chandelier de Joseph 
165 

Pigeon , 43 

Piggott(s), 9 ; Christopher 4 ; 

Ursula, O.S.B., abbess 57 
Pile, Henry 127 
Pilgrim s Hatch, Essex 205 
Pilkington, James 157, 228; John 
200 

Pillard, Pierre 66 

Pilling, Ann 216; John, O.S.F. 78; 
Thomas 226 ; William [Leo.], O.S.F. 
82 

Pincard, John 8 
Pinckard, Robert 11 
Pinckney, Edward 140 
Pindar, Elizabeth 229 
Pinguet, Michel 52 
Pinketh, Penketh, John 122 
Pinel, Martin 175 
Pinto, Timothy Liinbert 218 
Pinnington, Thomas 226 
Pippard, see Pepper, John 107 
Pique, Jean 48 
Piquet, Julien 87 
Pirson, Thomas 253 
Pisa 219 

PitcMord, Thomas 100 
Plaichard Dutertre, Charles Claude 
201 

Plainville, France 88 
Planquette, Joseph 103 
Plas Ifor 244 

Plat(t), Daniel [ex S.J.] 23 ; Ralph 
219 

PI easing ton Hall, near Blackburn, 
Lanes. 164 

Plegeaux, France 71 ; St. Gilles 71 
Pleneuf, France 71 
Plessalla, France 60 
Plessis, du, Alexandre Fidele de 
choise 70 

Ploughlands, [? Welwick, E.R. York]. 
163 

Plouneventer, France 67, 70 
Plowden, Salop 39 

Plowden, [Barbara] Idesbalda Feli- 
citas, 3 O.S.F. 82 ; Catherine Mech- 
tilda, O.S.F. 131 ; Charles, pres. 149 ; 
Dorothea 177 ; Eliza 229 ; Francis 
29, 177, 229 ; Mary - 185 ; Mary 
Bernard, rel. 32 ; Robert [S.J.] 156 ; 
William, M.D. 185 
Plumerton, Robert 8 
Plunket(t), see Underbill, Anthony, 
O.S.D. 107 ; [Benedict Joseph] Isa 
bella, O.S.A. 174; [Gerard] Albert, 
O.S.D. 127 ; Jane 84 ; John (Fr. 
Thomas), O.S.D. 97 ; Mary 33 ; 
Richard Underbill 100 ; Robert 127 - 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



319 



Rt. Hon. Robert 158 

Plymouth 123, 149, 152, 153, 172, 174, 

179, 183, 189,* 226 ; Clare House, 

near 123, 152 ; Coxside 179, 183 

Pockfljington 211 

Pocklington, Yorks. 46, 97, 109, 211 

Poignant, James 42 

Poilley, France 66 

Pointel, France 60 

Poiree, Phillippe 67 

Poisson, Auguste 96 ; Yves 87 

Folding, John Bede, O.S.B., bishop 

210 

Pole, James Aloysius 209 

Polard, Jean Louis 47 

Pollard, Elizabeth 235*n ; Mary 

Bridget 177 ; Nathaniel 235n 

Pollen, J[ohn] H[unrrerford], S.J. 17 

Pommerais, de la, Robert le Petit 75 

Pontefract, Yorks. 59, 107, 120, 155, 

202, 215 

Pontet, Claude 79 

Pontoise, France 13, 17n, 49, 51,* 54, 

57, 115 ; Abbess 57 

Pontauemer, France 61 

Pontop Hall, Durham 18, 35, 171 

Poodle, Oxon 83 

Pooke, Poole, Peter [ex S.J.] 40 

Pool(e), Elizabeth 120 ; Julia 173 ; 

Mary Aloysia, O.S.A. 69 ; Mary 

Teresa, O.S.T. 41 ; Peter, see Pooke 

40 ; William [S.J.] 179 

Pope, Alice 266 ; [James] Alexius, 

O.S.B. 220 ; Richard, O.S.B. 179 

Popy, Clare Joseph, O.S.F. 136 

Porchester, Hants. 268* ; Castle 268 ; 

Norman Church 268 

Portal, Patrick 210 

Porter, Catherine 102 ; Frances 95 ; 

James [ex S.J.] 107 ; John 93, 268* ; 

Mary 83, 268 ; Mary Agnes, rel. 180 ; 

Pierce Walsh 106, 185 

Porth-y-carn Street, Llaiidenny, 

Monmouths., Church 249 

Portico, Lanes. 107, 179 

Portsea, Hants. 112,* 113,* 138, 150, 

166, 204, 268 

Portsmouth, Hants. 9, 52,* 153, 268,* 

269* 

Portugal 120, 129, 137 

Portuguese Embassy 123, 135 

Postlethwaite, Postlethw(h)ite, Postle- 

waite, James 20 ; John 25 ; Thomas 

13, 18 ; William [ex S.J.] 68 

Potier, James 155 ; John 156 ; Wine- 

frid 95 

Potter, Caroline 41 ; Elizabeth 176 

Potts, Henry 77 ; als Cooper, Luke 

29 ; Mary, O.S.B. 35 ; Thomas 145 

Pouchin, de, Jean 47 

Pougeol, Claude Francois 70 

Pougny, Jean Guill. 77 

Poulay, France 61 



Pouldergat, France 61 
Poulett, Mary Anne 188 
Pouliguen, le, Francois Jean 70 
Poutieul, Julien 46 
Poulton, William 2, 3 
Powel(l), 242 ; Anne 241 ; 

Anthony 242 ; Blanch 239 ; Eleanor 
242 ; family 242*w ; Frances 259 ; 
Francis 242 (David) Gregory, O.S.F. 
21 ; James 242* ; Jane 259 ; John 
242 ; Martha 235 ; Mary 242 ; 
Rachel(l) 242*n ; Samuel 207 ; 
Thomas 241 ; Walter 242 ; William 
206, 242 

Power, Ann 125 ; Anthony 105 ; 
Charles 226 ; Edmund 95 ; James 
[ex S.J.I 29 ; Joanna 172 ; John 239 ; 
Margaret Frances 151 ; Mary 95, 176 ; 
Nicholas 191 ; Walter 102 
Poynter, Dr. 199 ; James 199 ; John 

150 ; William, bishop 179 
Poyntz als Price, John [ex S.J.] 31 
Prades, des, Grellett, abbe 110 
Pratt, Susanna 98 

Preaux, France 70 

Pre, le, Claude Louis Roussel 81 

Premord, Charles Leonard 221 

Prendergast, Eleanor 102 

Prescot(t), Lanes. 14, 58, 129, 192, 

185 

Prescot(t), 168; Mary Michael, 

O.S.B. 69 ; Richard 24 

Preshome 220 

Presnan, James 168 

Pretol, France 77 

Preston, Lanes. 8, 33, 41, 58,* 64, 68, 

72,* 74,* 83, 89, 92, 97, 104, 108, 111, 

113,* 116, 118, 124, 127, 130, 140, 

149, 150,* 151,* 154, 157,* 158, 162- 

164 pass., 166,* 168,* 169,* 173,* 174, 

175,* 176, 179, 182, 185-187 pass., 

190, 192,* 196,* 198,* 200, 203, 204, 

211, 212,* 214,* 216-219 pass., 221, 

223, 227, 228, 229; Benedictine 

Nuns 108 ; Chapel 163 ; Fernyhalgh 

8, 156 ; Fish wick 217 ; Friargate 

151 ; Lee-house 182 

Preston, 7 ; Hon. Edmund 

173 ; Henry 4 ; Jenico Willoughby 
James 58 ; Hon. J. P. 158 ; John 19 ; 
Hon. John 186 ; Hon. Margaret 74 ; 
de, Cornte, abbe 111 
Price, Barbara 243 ; Charlotte 138 ; 
Edward 102 ; Frances 236 ; James 
258* ; Jane 258 ; John 122, 244,* 
258*; John [ex S.J.] 31, 123; als 
Poyntz, John [ex. S.J.] 31 ; Mary 
138, 244 ; Peter 143 ; Phoebe 258* ; 
Sarah 258; Thomas 192; William 
176, 236, 243 

Pri(t)chard, James 242 ; John 255 ; 
Joseph 237 ; Margaret Amelia 191 ; 
Mary 255 ; Matthew, O.S.F., bishop 



320 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



235*>1 ; Phillip 255 ; William 4, 162, 

185, 244 

Priciano, in Bocche cli Cattaro 130 

Princen(s)hoff 37 

Princethorpe, Warwicks., St. Mary s 

Priory 227 

Printers, Frances Thecla, O.S.A. 211 

Prive, Jean S. 71 

Probert, Charles 250n ; Elizabeth 245 ; 

Walter 245 

Prolt, de, Elizabeth, O.S.A. 69 

Proger, Elizabeth 249 ; William 249 

Prosser, 264 ; Elizabeth 235n ; 

Philip 235n 

Proust, Joseph Claude Barthelemy 81 

Provost, Jean Francois 46 

Proyer, Mary Constantia, O.S.F. 174 

Prujean, Isabella 51 ; John 38 ; Lady 

Mary Magdalen, O.S.B., abbess 116; 

William 51 

Prussia 209 

Puckeridge, Herts. 199 

Puddington, Cheshire 85, 219 

Pue, Frances 264 ; John 264 

Pugh, Edward 105 ; Edward [S.J.] 

215; Elizabeth 234; Lucy 80; 

Peter 234*n 

Pulton, Alfred 137 ; William 39 

Purcell, Joseph 86 ; .see Pursell 

Purcell Hall, Worcesters. 79 

Purley, Berks. 171 

Purschall, Worcestershire 53 

Pursell, Richard 216 ; William, O.S.F. 

149 

Pusani, Nicholas, O.S.A. 85 

Pye, family 260 ; Sarah 260 

Pysgodlyn, Dingastow, Monmouths. 

246n 

Pyzer, Mary Barbara, O.S.B. 23 

QUADE, Peter 255 

Quatsault, Anne 208 

Quende, France 67 

Quentrie, Fransois Marie 142 

Quesnel, Jacques 115 

Quesnoy, France 60 

Quessoy, France 61, 71 

Quibon, Portion du Val, Coutances 

88 

Quick, John Francis 139 

Quillier, William 260 

Quimper, France 56, 60, 61,* 66, 71 

Quince, Sylvester, O.S.B. 82 

Quinlan, Mary 213 ; Sarah 150, 161 ; 

Quinn, David Josh. 182 

Quinton, France 60 

RABIET, Jean Gabriel, prior 60 
Raby, Francis 225 ; John 225 ; Ric 
hard 223 

Radcliffe, Mary Simpliciana, rel. 122, 
127 
Radclyffe, Lady Anne 27 ; Anthony 



James, earl of Newburgh 128 ; Cle 
mentina 1 17 

Radford, Oxon 92, 172, 208 
Radford, John 226; Winnifred 224 
Radinghan, France 99 
Raffetot, de, Guill. Alex. Jacques 
Langlois 67 
Raimbaut, J. M. F. 56 
Rainford, Edward Thomas 229 ; 
James 170 
Rama, bishop of 63 
Ramilly, France 61 
Ramsgate, Kent 64 
Randall, Ann 52 ; Mary 29 
Rangoon 171 
Ranson, Mary 144 

Raphael, Alexander Edward 196 ; 
John 196, 207 ; Mary 209 
Raphel, Mary, O.S.T. 37 
Rapilly, Etienne Firmin 136 
Raquin, 115 

Rashleigh, Mary 141 ; Robert 141 
Ratcliff 146 ; Thomas 30 
Ratcliffe Highway, see London 
Rathkeale, co. Limerick 260 
Rathmall, John Exley 19 
Rathmole, John 19 
Ratton, Teresa 144 
Rattray, Catharine 118 
Rau, John Michael 121 
Rauchine, Jean Francois Michel 52 
Rault, Michel 76 
Ravensdown 226 
Raventoft, Yorks. 10 
Rawe, Richard 204 
Rawleigh, Catharine 168 
Rayment, 75, 95 ; 

M.D. 75 ; Henry 89 ; James 46 ; 
Mary 95 

Rayter [Royter, Ruyter, Rutter], 
Baptist (ex S.J.) 26 
Read, 126 ; Henry 95 ; James 

106 ; John 198 ; Sarah *166 
Reading 126, 171, 177, 184 
Reardon, Daniel 177 
Rebin, And. P. 56 
Reculle, Louis Felix 221 
Reddy, Mary Benedict, O.S.B. 38; 
Francis 210 
Redfern, Ann 214 
Redington, Christopher 168 
Redmond, Elizabeth 98 ; Mark 90 ; 
Michael 155 

Regnaud-Preville, John Thomas Hy- 
polithe 43 
Regnault, Louis 65 
Reed, Ann 117 

Reeks, Elizabeth 150 ; John 202 
Reeve(s), Ann 120; Helen 89, 113; 
James 265 ; , M.D. 102 ; John 

79, 118; Joseph [S.J.] 145; vide 
Haskey, Richard [S.J.] 135 ; Thomas 
[S.J.] 169 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



321 



Reichenbach, Black Forest, Swabia 

195 

Reid, John 108 ; Robert 12 

Reil(l)y, Bridget 223 ; Eleanor 140 ; 

John 116*; John Dease 141; John 

Taylor 114, 117 ; Maria Rebecca 116 

Reims, Rheims 132 ; Archbishop and 

Due of 132 

Remenham, near Henley on Thames 

106 

Remuee, France 62* 

Renauld, 48 

Renault, 47 ; J., Fr. 56 

Renaut, Maire Henry 48 

Rendueles, Casimero Garcias 126 

Rennes 56, 60, 66,* 67, 71, 76, 77,* 

80, 81, 88,* 99, 132, 142, 180, 184, 

197; St. Etienne 71; St. Germain 

66 ; St. Sulpice 76 
Renouf, Raymond 87 
Renoult, 115 
Renrenham, near Henley on Thames 
106 

Renusson, Joseph 60 ; O. Ch. 56 

Restieaux, Elizabeth 205 

Retour, 47 

Revenhill, Angelus, O.S.F. 40 

Reviere, de, J. J. Morel 180 

Reville, France 70 

Reynolds, Charles 154, 181 ; Francis 

186 ; George 158 ; John 144 ; Maria 

186; Nicholas 126 

Reynoldson, Ann Winefride, O.S.C. 50 

Reys, dos, Ambrosio Jose 216 

Rhodes, [R(h)odez], France 115 

Ribchester, Lanes. 18, 176 

Ricard, Andre" 76 ; Jean Bapt. 77 

Rice, George 125 ; James 107 ; 

Joseph 154 ; Sarah 102 

Richards, Edward Ignatius, O.S.F. 

183 ; German 67 ; Jacques Francois 

67 ; Jean 70 

Richardson, Edward 228 ; Elizabeth 
105 ; John, ex S.J. 21 ; Martha 209 ; 
Sylvester 13, 18 
Riche, le, Julien 87 
Richmond, N.R. Yorks., 46, 92, 111, 
140, 143, 186, 187, 229, 248 ; Surrey 
44, 55, 57, 120, 134, 140, 166, 169, 
217* 

Richmond, family 248 ; Susanna 7 1 ; 
Thomas 225 ; William 248 
Rickaby, Richard 148 
Rickards, Robert 249 
Riddel(l), Riddle, Edward Horsley 
Widdrington 41 ; Ralph 58, 182 ; 
Thomas 133 ; William 182 
Ridder, de, Cornelius 35 ; Francis 
Joseph 201, 206 
Ridout, Rosanna 222 
RiegO, , General 163 ; del, 

Maria Theresa 163 
Rieux, Comte de, Marechal 121 
xtt 



Riga 211 

Rigby, James 8 ; John, D.D. 138 ; 
John Bede, O.S.B. 220 ; Thomas, 
D.D. 126 ; William 124 
Riley, Georgiana 121 ; Georgina 118 ; 
H. 227 ; John 137 
Rimmer, Joseph 226 ; [Margery] 
Scholastica, rel. 89 ; Richard 179 
Ring, John Austen 204 ; 
Riou, Mathurin 47 
Rique, Joseph 70 
Riquier, Francois 106 
Risdon, Francis 59 
Riseborough, John 106 
Rishton, Thomas [Clement], O.S.B. 
220 

Rivers, Earl, John Savage 5*n ; Lord 
5 

Riviere, 67 

Rixton, [Warrington] 37, 78, 145 
Roach, Constaiitine 180 
Ro(a)thwell, John [ex S.J.] 22 
Robert-hall 40 

Roberts, 244; Ann 264; 

Catharine 148 ; Catharine Teresa 
150 ; C. F. 206 ; Edward 240, 264 ; 
Elizabeth 245*n, 246 ; Fanny 240 ; 
Frances 259 ; Henry 74 ; James 237,* 
241, 245 ; Jane 239", 240, 262n ; John 
8, 198, 236, 240, 245, 246*n ; Lewis, 
O.S.D. 107 ; Mary 237*n, 240, 259 ; 
Peter 238, 239 ; Thomas 245 ; W. 
259 ; William, O.S.F. 174 
Robertson, Alexander Maxwell 212 ; 
John, lieut. 207 ; Mary Bridget 130 
Robin(s), 163 ; Alexandre 

Cesar 115; Yves 52 
Robinson, 147 ; Andrew [S.J.] 

169; Charles, surgeon 211; Gerard 
67 ; Henry 223 ; (7th Regt.) 

137 ; Maria 199 ; [Martha] Agnes, 
O.S.B.. abbess 189 ; Stephen 20 ; 
Thomas [Gregory], O.S.B. 220 ; Wil 
liam 64 ; [William] Maurus, O.S.B. 
197 

Roboam, Gabriel 43 
Robson, [Robert] Peter, O.S.D. 30 
Roby, Mary 150 
Roche, Frances Leslie 104 
Roche, la, Treguier, France 81 
Rock, Ann 91 ; S. 223 
Rocquet, Joseph 215 
Rocquigny, Petroiiilla 120 ; De, Mary 
65 

Roe, Henry 113 ; John 226 
Reels, [Rowse] Ludovicus [ex S. J.] 44 
Roger, Michel, Fr. 77 
Rogers, Charles, capt. 101 
Rogerson, Mary 173 
Rolfe, J. 2l3n 
Roman, Genevieve 133 
Romano, Mary Ann 148 
Romasi, France 88 



322 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Rome 7,* 10-14 passim, 35, 37, 39, 
44, 50, 75, 82, 84, 89, 91, 96, 100,* 
104, 107,* 111, 115, 122,* 123, 127, 
142, 145, 150, 154, 156, 160, 164, 
181-183 pass., 195, 197, 205, 206. 
209, 210,* 220, 225 ; English College 
181, 182 ; St. Peter s 39 
Romey, Charles 116 
Romy, Charle Robers 47 ; Charles 
Thomas 48, 62 
Roney, Charles Thomas 56 
Rondeau, Etienne Felix 77 
Rookwood, Elizabeth Gage 178 ; 
Mary Gage 101 ; Robert Gage 178 ; 
Roon(e)y, Margaret 106; John 118 
Roper, Barbara, Hon. Mrs. 92 ; Luoy 
219 ; Winifred Mary Catharine [vere 
Constantia], C.R.S.S. 57 
Ropsley, Lincolnsh. 195 
Rorauer, 174; George 178; 

George James 167 ; James 167 ; 
Mary 176 

Ros sur Cuesnon, France 77 
Roscoff, Brittany 148 
Rose, Ann Joseph, rel. 112; Ann 
Joseph 112; Christopher [S.J.] 169 
Roskell, [Eliza], Mrs. William 19n 
ROSS, Here fords. 262 
Rosser, 264 ; Anne 236 ; 

James 236,* 244*fl ; John 236, 244 ; 
Joseph 238* ; Mary 236, 238 ; Wil 
liam 244 

Rossi, de, Henrietta 129 
Rossiter, Bartholomew 125 
Rosson, Andrew 140, 217 ; Elizabeth 
217 ; Richard 140 
Rostorn, Christopher 169 
Rot her was 127 
Rothmell, Jn. 14 
Rotiers, Joseph, O.S.D. 37 
Rouby, Catherine, I.B.V.M., sup. 108 
Rouelle, L Abbe 189 
Rouen 6, 7, 8, 26, 28, 34, 35, 37, 43,* 
49, 51, 54-56 pass., 59-62 pass., 65-67 
ass., 69-71 pass., 75-77 pass., 80,* 
81,* 84, 87,* 88,* 99,* 103, 104, 110, 
115, 119, 128, 132,* 136,* 139,* 142, 
143, 146, 149,* 153,* 157, 161,* 170, 
175,* 184,* 189 ; Bauville 70 ; Car 
melites 136, 139 ; Cathedral 67 ; 
Parliament 111; Poor Clares 49; 
St. Denis, d Aquelon 76 ; St. Eloy de 
Fourques 75 ; St. Lo 71 ; St. Marie 
des Champs 70 ; St. Vigor 75 ; St. 
Silvain 88 ; St. Silvin 84 ; St. Vincent 
Nogent 69 

Rouesset, Francois Jean 70 
Rouge, le, Guill. 61 
Rouges, Pierre 46 
Roule, France 65 
Roumy, Charles Thomas 48 
Roure, de, John Peter 168 
Rousfeville, France 60 



Roussel, Jean Charle Pierre 52 ; 

Michel 66 

Roussill, Sophia 178 

Roux, le, Guillaume Marie 66 ; Jae- 

ques Joseph 61 

Rouzault, Yves 93 

Rowe, Mary Bonaventure, 3 O.S.F. 

153 ; Mary Lewis, O.S.F. 127 

Rowley, Admiral 92 ; Mary Agnes 227 

Rowse (Roels), Ludovicus [ex S.J.] 44 

Roy, Le, le, 48, 67 ; Allain 67 

Roydon, Thomas 6, 11 

Royer, Pierre, Fr. 77 ; Elizabeth 

Camilla 74 

Royston 231 

Royter, see Rayter 26 

Rozer, Scholastica, O.S.B. 36 

Ruardean, Gloucester 267 *n 

Ruardene 266 

Ruault, T. M. 201 

Rozier, du, Rene 103 

Rubercy, France 87 

Ruckley, Salop 99 

Rue, de la, Francois 175 

Rumsey, Hants. 85 

Rush, 228 ; Alban Joseph 

213 ; Francis 184 

Ruspa, Bishop of 197 

Russell, John 188 

Russia 176 

Rutter, Baptiste, ex S. J. 26 ; Henry 

226 ; Jane (of the Cross), O.S.T. 24 

Ryan, Andrew 154 ; Lawrence 260 ; 

Michael Clement, O.S.A. 68 ; Philip 

102 ; William 55 

Ryder, Ann 238*; Frederick 140; 

Madeleine Eugenia 140 ; Sarah Ann 

238 ; Simon 3 ; Thomas 238* 

Ryley, Martha 90 ; Mary Charlotte 

95 

Rymer, Charles 155 ; Horatio 177 ; 

Winifred 188 

SABASTIAN, Joseph 9 

Sabliere, de la, Pierre Simon Pichon 59 

Sackville, Mary Clementine Ann, 3 

O.S.F. 41 

Sadler, Thomas 188 

Saffray, Jean Guillaumo Isaac 56, 62 

Saffrey, M. 55 

Sage, Le, 149 

Sailly, De, Susanah 187 

Saingevin, Nicolas Jean 119 

St. Andre, Adrian Pouchat 74 ; Mary 

Ursula 74 

St. Aubin sur Auguainville, France 62 

St. Belin, Fraricisca Anna Jacobi de, 

O.S.B. 101 

St, Briavel, Gloucester^ 264 

St. Brieu(x)(e), Brittany 56, 60,* 61, 

67, 69-71 pass., 76,* 81,* 87, 88,* 115, 

119, 184,* 206, 220 

St. Christopher s 104 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



823 



St. Claude, France 132 

St. Denis 153 

St. Denis de Villenette 88 

St. Domingo 79 

St. Edmund s [College], Herts. 118, 

148, 188,* 193, 215, 226* 

St. Etienne, Mary Joly de, rel. 94 

St. Etienne de Rouvraye, France 87 

St. Foy Longeville, France 76 

St. Genest, Clermont 76 

St. Georg(e)(s), France 75, 81 ; de 

Livris, France 115 

St. Germain, France 81 ; de Pon- 

tauemer 61 ; de Sivry 76 ; de Villers 

du Bocage 87 : le Fouilloux, 65 

St. Germaine-en-Laie 148 

St. Helens, Lanes. 69, 122, 144, 206,* 

220 

St. Heliers [Hilliers], Jersey 158 

St. Hilaire, France 120 

St. Honore, Longueville, France 66 

St. Juste, France 76 

St. Kitts 79 

St. Laurent der Verneuil, France 67 

St. L Omer, France 61 

St. Lucar 6, 39, 85, 133 

St. Malo 59, 60, 61, 70, 80, 87, 103, 

146, 149* 

St. Martin, de, Francois 8 

St. Martin de Front, Philip, count 120 ; 

countess 190 

St. Martin Don, France 76 

St. Martin le Greard 1 10 

St. Martin-Vacogne, France 66 

St. Mary s College, [Oscott] 145 

St. Mary s, River Gambia 166 

St. Maughan s, Monmouths. 240 

St. Maur Vitre, France 77 

St. Medard, la Rochelle 77 

St. Melloir des Ondes, France 70 

St. Michael de Laval, France 115 

St. Michael s Hill, Bristol 106 

St. Nicholas, de Rouen 71 

St. Omer(s) 11, 13, 17, 21,* 28, 29, 

3 In, 33, 37, 40, 43, 44, 51, 53, 56, 81, 

82, 84, 103, 139, 148, 188, 174*; St. 

Bartiii s 33 ; English College 13 

St. Orien des tour, France 60 

St. Ouen, Meriillager, France 87 

St. Ouen Prenderbource, France 1 1 1 

St. Ouen le Paingt, France 88 

St. Pierre, Louis 161 

St. Petersburg(h) 155, 173, 176 

St. Pol de Leon, France 99, 114, 142, 

148 

St. Poule, la Rochelle 76 

St. Quentins, France 53* 

St. Remi, Chateau Goiitier, France 77 

St. Remy, Soisson* 80 

St. Saugeon, France 59 

St. Sauveur de Guingamp, France 66 

Saint Sever, de, Exupere-Lousi-Henri 

de Scelles 132 



St. Severin Doucques, France 76 
St. Sulpice, Rouen 77 ; -Hollot 77 
St. Thegonet, France 81 
St. Thomas de Courcellier 87 
St. Thomas s, near Walsall, Staffs. 93 
St. Vivien, France 87 
St. Weonard, Herefords. 264 
St. Woollos, Newport, Monm. 259n 
St. Yves, TAbbe de 175 
Salamanca, Spain 88 
Sales, John fex S.J.] 37 
Sales House 127, 145; Shepton 
Mallet 170 ; Westbury, Gloucesters. 
202 

Salford, Warwickshire 101, 104, 112, 
116, 119, 123, 132, 139, 160, 165, 
179, 188, 189,* 195, 206,* 221 ; Con 
vent 165 ; House 139, 221 
Saliou, J. Yves 70 

Salisbury, Wilts. 44, 110, 140, 153, 
170, 204, 209, 229 
Salisbury, Ambrose 141 
Sallen, France 75 

Salmesbury, Lanes. [Samlesbnry], 163 
Salmon, Louis 65 

Saltarelli, Catharine 74 ; George 153 ; 
Jane 173 ; Nicholas 135 
Saltmarshe, Gerard 3 ; Peter 2 ; 
Philip 58 

Salvin, Ann 197 ; Thomas 133 
Salwick, Solwick, Lanes. 13, 18 ; Hall 
14, 62, 72 

Samblesbury, Lanes. 130 
Samet, France 53 

Samlesbury, Lanes. 130, 163, 212, 216, 
217 

Sampays, Frances 129 
Samson, Jacques Benoit 48 
Samuel, Elizabeth 238 ; James 238 ; 
Margaret 238 ; Thomas 238 
Sanders, Thomas [ex S.J.] 35 
Sanderson, Ann 189 ; John 122* ; 
Nich. [ex S. J.] 35 ; Robert [ex S.J.] 
21 ; Thomas 169 
Sanger, Mary 190 
Santa Crusa, W. Indies 14, 18 
Santos, Caetaiio Bias 121 ; Charlotte 
Amelia 177; Emanuel Dias 205; 
John Dias 118 ; Joseph Dias 114. 177 
Sanvelle, France 60 
Sarnesneld, Herefords. 272 
Satrauville, France 87 
Sauce, de, Jacob 76 
Saunders, John 235 
Saul, Charles 118 ; Jos. 7 
Saunier, John Charles 85 
Sauville, France 87 
Savage, Joseph 143 ; Sarah 129 ; 
Thomas 19, 90 
Sawston Hall, Cambs. 162 
Sayles, Samuel 112 
Scampton, Lincolns. 269 
Scarborough, Yorks. 229 



324 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Scaresbrick, Scarisbrick, Lanes. 37, 
108* 

Scarisbrick, Ann Cecily, 3 O.S.F. 116 ; 
Francis [ex S. J.] 32 ; Mary Stanislaus, 
3 O.S.F. 36 

Scarp(e)lain, Catharine 31 ; John 
Joseph 38 
Sceaux, France 81 
Schaffer, Teresa 125 
Scheemakers, Barbara 109 
Scheuendel, George Henry 190 
Schiavonetti, Alice 218 ; Lewis 109 ; 
Nicholas 121 

Schnitrer, Hanna 271 ; Stephen 271 
Schoonbeck 158 

Sc(h)oles, near Prescott, Lanes. 26, 
30, 100, 129 

Sc(h)oles, Elizabeth 194, 204, 213 ; 
James 213, 214 ; John 181 ; Matthew 
194; Thomas 194; Ursula, O.S.B. 
78 

Schwab, Teresa 213 
Schwaerzenbach, Baden 213 
Schwerer, John 167 
Schwerin, Mecklenburgh 98 
Sciacculaga, Joseph Gaetan 125 
Sciot, , O.C.D., prior 153 

Scoa, Mary Anne, O.S.C. 28 
Scors, France 88 
Scorton, 50 156, 179, 219 
Scorton, near Catterick, Yorks. 100, 
201, 211, 215; Hall 101,* 116, 123, 
193 

Scorton 50, 136,* 175 ; Hall 152,* 156; 
Lodge 170 

Scott, Alex(ander) 154, 212; An 
toinette 212 ; Edward 191 ; S.J. 
215 ; Joseph [Dunstan], O.S.B. 170 ; 
Mary 143 ; Mary Elizabeth 195 ; 
Mary Magdalen, O.S.F. 221 ; Robert 
85; (Robert) Bede, O.S.B. 32; 
Roger 124 

Scrimshire, Catherine 41 
Scudamore, Ambrose 237 ; Anne 
237 ; Elizth 237 ; family 237 ; 
Henry 237* ; James 237 ; Mary 237 
Scully, Ann 249 ; Mary Frances 95 ; 
Thomas 249 

Searle, Charlotte Mary Bernard, 
O.S.A. 45; Margaret 102; Mary 
Cecilia 190 

Seaman, Jonathan 263 ; Lucy 263 
Seaton, Jn. 10 

Secondat, de, Charles Louis 163 
Seddon, Richard 4 

Sedgley, Staffs. 142 ; St. George s 142 
Sedgley Park 106, 148, 226 
Sedgeley Park School 20 
Seez, France 56,* 60,* 61,* 66, 67, 
69, 71,* 75, 77, 81,* 88,* 103,* 104, 
105, 116, 128, 136,* 139, 188, 210, 214, 
226 
Segrave, Mary Frances, O.S.D. 36 



Seigneur, Le, 56 

Selby, W.R., Yorks. 30 
Selby, Caroline 204 ; Eleonor(a) 102, 
106; Elizabeth 89, 202; Frances 
125 ; John 148 ; Mary 153 ; Nicholas 
208; Robert 116, 164, 219; Teresa 
157 ; Walter 203 
Seminaire, le, Treguier, France 76 
Semmes, see Simms, Joseph [ex S.J.] 
104; Mary Frances, O.S.B. 161; 
(Sims), Rachel Mary Xaveria, O.S.B. 
32 

Sem Payo, Frances 187 
Semper, Michael Joseph 180 
Semple, Anne, of St. Maurus, O.S.B. 
139 

Senechal, Pierre Francois Gabriel 146 
Senn, Eliza 191 
Senneville, de, Huart 161 
Sens, France 66, 76 ; des Ligny 161 
Sept Fonts, France 9 
Sepulchrine Nuns, Church Liege, 25 
Sergeant, Elizabeth Lucy, O.S.A. 211 ; 
John 50, 164 
Sergysells, see Seyssells 
Serizy la Salle, France 70 
Serrant, Julien 88 
Seton, 7 

Severac, Countess 178 
Severney, Monm. 244 
Sewall, Charles [ex S.J.] 96 ; Nicholas, 
S.J. 205 
Sexlin 5 

Seymour, Edmund 150 ; Elizabeth 
86 ; Mary 84 ; William 99 
Seyssells, Sergysells, Mary, O.S.A. 112 
Shad well 95, 102 

Shaftesbury, 7, 150 Countess of 145 
Shakelford, William 51 
Shan, Elizabeth 59 
Sharp(e), Elizabeth Anthony, 3 O.S.C. 
27 ; George 258 ; James 220 ; James, 
O. S.D. 82 ; Jn. 4 ; Mary 134, 181 ; 
Mary Jane 206 ; Matthew 174 ; 
Sarah 224 

Sharroek, 162 ; Dunstan 193 ; 

Grace 176 ; Helen 208 ; James 
Jerome, O.S.B. 100 ; Mary 159 ; 
[Walter] William, O.S.B. 179 ; Wil 
liam Gregory, O.S.B., bishop 107, 159 
Shaw, Bartholomew 198 ; Gerard 20 ; 
James 10 ; John [ex S.J.] 100 ; Mary 
134, 191 ; Ralph Maurus, O.S.B. 123 
Shea, Sarah 176 ; Mary 39, 208 
Sheeham, Denis 143 
Sheen, East, see East Sheen 
Sheerness, Kent 159 
Sheffield, Yorks. 9, 34, 72, 79, 94, 102, 
106, 154, 179, 190, 209, 210, 216; 
Cannon-hall 216 
Shefford, Beds. 20, 156, 185 
Sheldon, Barbara, O.S.B. 26; Cat 
harine, O.S.B. 36; Elizabeth 236? 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



325 



[Elizabeth] M. Frances, O.S.B. 101 ; 
John 236* ; Mary Benedict, O.S.B. 
64 ; William 194 
Sheffield, Warwickshire 94 
Shell(e)y, [Dorothy] Joseph, O.S.A. 
58 ; Thomas 96 

Shepherd, Sheppard, Shippard, [Anne] 
Mary Theresa, O.S.B. 104 ; Elizabeth 
als Mary Xaviera, O.S.T. 142 ; [Helen] 
Mary Augustina, O.S.B., abbess 139 ; 
John 1, 10, 31*n; Joseph 57, 164; 
Theresa 130 ; Thomas 13, 17 ; Augus 
tine 5 

Shepperley, Anthony 218 
Shepton Mallet, Somerset 57, 79, 101, 
107, 116, 121, 128, 152, 170, 250 
Sherborn, Yorks. 79 
Sherbourne, Richard 2 
Sheridan, James 73 
Sheriff, Thomas 9 ; 
Sheriton, Herts. 198 
Sherratt, James 31 ; see Sherrott 
Sherrington, Ellen 218; Henry 211 
Sherrock, Joseph, O.S.B. 49 
Sherrott, Anna Maria 214 ; D. 214 ; 
Daniel 198, 204; John 113, 117; 
Teresia 134 
Sherwood, Juliana 225 
Sheward, Lucy 79 

Shimell, Charles 11 ; John 19 ; Mary 
173 ; Richard 10, 173 ; Thomas 14 
Shire-newton, Monm. 249 
Shirliker, Mary Baptist, O.S.A. 112 
Short, Ann Mary, O.C.D., abbess 23 ; 
Michael John 198 ; [Peregrine] Anas- 
tasia, O.S.A. 41 ; Philip 23n ; Wil 
liam, O.S.D. 73 
ShortwOOd, Somerset 181 
Shottery, Warwickshire 230 
Showley, Shoeley, near Ribchester, 
Lanes. 6, 13,; Hall 18 
Shrewsbury, Salop 10, 138, 200 
Shrewsbury, Charles, Earl 177 ; Eliza 
beth, Countess 106 ; earl 29, 148, 
157, 177, 178 ; George, earl 29 ; Lady 
6 

Shrimpton, Kitty 137 
Shuttleworth, 164; Ann 59, 

114; Elizabeth 137; George 35; 
Jane 3 ; John 5, 216 ; Mary Teresa, 
O.S.B., abbess 216, 221 ; Thomas 
120 ; W. George 195 
Sidden, see Siddons 
Siddons, Mary Benedict, O.S.B. 170 
Sidmouth, Devon 140 
Sidney, Charles Robert 229 ; W. H. 
M. 229 

Sierra Leone 191 

Siestrzenewitsch, Archbishop 176 
Silburn, Dorothy 148 
Silcock, Frances 138 
Silveira, J. 202 
Silveira, de, Albert Garcia 202 



Silvertop, Albert 34 ; George 33 ; 
John 83 

Simmon(d)s, 163 ; Mary 65 

Sim(m)s, Joseph [vere Sernmes*, ex 
S.J.] 104 ; Rachel Mary Xaviere, 
O.S.B. 32 

Simon, Honore 60 ; Laurent 61 ; 
Pierre Gervais 52 

Simpson, Benedict, O.S.F. 24 ; Cuth- 
bert 222, 227, 228 ; Elizabeth, O.S.F. 
153 ; Frances Mary 228 ; (John) 
Cuthbert, O.S.B. 25 ; [Richard] 
Benedict, O.S.B. 82 ; William Bene 
dict 228* 
Sindie, France 120 

Singleton, George 213 ; John 103 ; 
Mary 198 ; Michael William 22 ; 
William 27 

Sinnot, M.A., O.S.B. 221 
Sion House, Lisbon 40,* 51, 97, 112, 
142, 149, 180, 184, 211; Peckham, 
Surrey 123 

Sisson(s), Frances 163 ; John 86 ; 
Mary 161 ; Mary Aloysia, O.S.B. 
201 ; Vincent 162 
Sitgrave s Lane, Lanes. 65* 
Six-hill Grange, Lincolns. 11 
Sizeragh, Westmoreland 107 
Skeffington, Catherine Josepha, Lady 
114 

Skelton, James 10; Nicholas 11 
Skenfrith, Monm. 244*n ; New Inn 
244n 

Skiffen, Mary 208 
Skipton, Yorks. 187 
Slade, Ann 85 
Slane, Eliz. Geoghegan 102 
Slater, Edward Bede,,O.S.B., bishop 
197 ; [John] Bernard, O.S.B. 107 : 
Tho. ,O.S.B. 78 

Slaughter, Georee 6 ;j Henry, M.D. 
1 58 ; James 20 
Slaughter s Coffee House 108 
Slezak, John 169 ; Mary 167 
Slindon, Sussex 27, 41, 95, 138 
Sloteman s, Anna Maria 33 
SmallwOOd, John 126 ; John Ig 
natius 223 ; Lucy 89 ; Mary 98 
Smelt, Robert 123 

Smith, 195; Ann 33. 157, 

264; Austin, O.S.D. Ill; Benjamin 
53 ; Bridget 90 ; Clare, O.S.F. 136 
Constantia 32 ; Elizabeth 150, 246 
Elizabeth Clare, O.S.C. 123 ; Eliza 
beth Joseph, rel. 98 ; Ellen 129 
Frances 99 ; Francis 7 ; George 36 
Gulielmus 18 ; Jarnes 174, 246 
Jemima 173 ; Jn. 11 ; John 106, 135 
246*; Mariana [Isabel], O.S.A. 
prioress 25 ; Margaret 171, 204, 219 
Mary 46, 114, 138; Mary Bridget, 
O.S.Bridget 22 ; Mary Catherine, 
O.S.C., abbess 68 ; Mary Constantia 



326 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



114; Mary Elizabeth 39; M. Bene 
dict, rel. 170 ; Michael, S.J. 220 ; 
R., D.D. 114 ; Richard 100 ; Th. 195 ; 
Tho(ma)s 8 ; bishop 192 ; Thomas 
Stephen 230; William 13, 18, 216; 
s e Smythe 
Smithers, 173 

Smithson, Elizabeth 159, 191 ; James 
193; Jane 89 

Smythe, Lady Catharine Maria 1 95 ; 
Edward, hart. 114; Hugh 154 ; John 
198 ; Lucy 191 ; Maria Ann 224w ; 
Sarah 198^; Walter 30, 155 
Snape, 217 

Snaype, Anne 210 
Snell als Ann Teresa, O.S.T. 112 
Snow, [Terence Benedict, O.S.B.] 
Abbot 20, 23/J, 26*n, 32 
Soddington, Herefords. 191 
Soissons, France 80 
Solihull, Warwickshire 84 
Sollier, Francois G6 
Somerset, Lady Anne 267 
Som(m)erton, Oxon 79, 84 
Sone, John 58, 98 ; Mary 102 
Sorbon(n)e, The [Paris] 42, 62, 03. 68, 
93 

Soriniere, de la, Chario Prosper du 
Verdier 52 

Soris, Peter Andrew 35 
Sotheran, 27 1 

Soulde[r]n, Oxon 137 
Souloires, France 87 
Southampton 105, 116, 141, 195, 200 
Southend, South-End, Essex 203 
South Hill 122 
Southport, Lanes. 154,* 220 
Southsea, Hants. 269 
South Skirlaugh, near Hull 198 
Southwell, , Viscountess 54 ; 

Robert, S.J. 218 ; Thomas, Viscount 
54 

Southworth, Lanes. 50 
Southworth, James 138 ; John 202 ; 
Ralph 107; Thomas 130; William 
122 

Sowerby, near Thirsk, Yorks. 230*n 
Spain 32, 151, 213, 222; Port St. 
Mary s 213, 222 

Spain, Catherine 108 ; Charles 177 ; 
Elizabeth 125 ; Mary Margaret 
Teresa, rel. 170 ; Sarah 177 ; William 
198 

Spalding, Mary Clare, rel. 119 
Spencer, B. [S.J.] 156 ; Daniel, O.S.B. 
50 ; Daniel, O.S.F. 30 ; Elizabeth 
198 ; Joseph, O.S.F. 49 ; Mary 
Austin, O.S.B. 197 
Spenser, Joseph, S.J. 156 
Spetchley, Worcesters. 92, 95, 114, 162 
Spetisbury, Dorset 85, 104,* 107, 
112,* 114, 132, 154, 178, 208, 216 
Spetisbury House, Blandford, Dorset 



89, 97, 98*n, 116, 119, 123, 124, 131,* 
139, 145, 156,* 160, 161, 174, 179, 
180, 197, 221 

Spinkhill, Derby shire 121, 135, 215 
Spire, bishop of 136 
Spital, Hexham 217 
Spoor, mother Anthony Joseph, 
O.S.C. 25 

Springfield, near St. Helens, Lanes. 
144, 187 

Squelart, Jean 96 
Squib als Petre, Francis 10 
Stacy, Cherry 109 ; James 162 ; 
Thomas 164 
Stacheski, Jane 208 
Stack, Anne 31; Edmond 129; 
Richard William, M.D. 30, 31 
Stafford 22, 118, 138, 159, 171, 187, 
192 

Stafford, Bernard [ex S.J.] 30 ; 
Frances Xaveria, Lady 202 ; Mary 
Winefred Ann, 3 O.S.F. 38 
Stamford, Lirieolns. 203 
Standbrook, Mary Elizabeth 212 
Standish, Lanes. 79, 80, 83 ; -hall 131 
Standish, Ann Townley 79 
Standon, Herts. 54,* 95 
Stanfield, Raymund 1, 271* 
Stanford, J. 5 

Stanley, 80 ; Barbara, Lady 

218*; Charles 210; Elizabeth 59, 
207 ; Henry [ex S.J.] 28 ; James 99 ; 
Jii. 12 ; John Stanley Massey 103 ; 
Peter 162 ; Thomas [ex S.J.] 91 ; 
Thomas, bart. 51 ; Thomas Stanley 
Massey, bart. 210 ; William 39, 179 ; 
William, bart. 218 
Stanley-house, Chelsea 219 
Stanmore, Middlesex 129 
Stanton, John 210 
Stape-hill, Dorset 150, 206 
Stapeler, Hanah 32 
Stapleton, near Bristol 124 
Stapleton, (Hon. Mrs. Bryan) 58n ; 
Ann 155 ; Charles, dr. 72 ; [Eliza 
beth] Pulcheria, O.S.A. 68 ; Gregory, 
bishop 82 ; John 117 ; Mary Chris 
tiana, O.S.B. 57 ; Miles 105, 217 ; 
Thomas 153, 155 ; see Stapylton 
Stapleton Park 191 
Stapylton, Euphrosine 177; M. 176; 
Stapylton 177 ; Thomas 8 
Staunton, John 162 ; Philip 222 
Staunton-by-Coleford, Gloucesters. 
266 

Staunton manor 266n 
Stavely, Derbys. 91 
Stead, Elizabeth 234*n ; John 234 
Steare, (Robert) Benedict, O.S.B. 20 
Sted Hall 122 
Steel, William 1 1 

Steigenberger, see Berger, John 120 
Stella, near Newcastle-upon-Tyne 173 



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327 



Stella Hall, Northumberland 34, 41 
Stella Place, Northumberland 33 
Stenley, Worcesters. 7 
Stennett, Charles 125 ; Mary 125 
Stent, Nathaniel 147 
Stephens, Ann 235r 
Stewart, Charlotte Mary, O.S.T., 
prioress 201; James William 222; 
Robert 102 

Stewartry of Kirkcudbright 174 
Stevens, Caecilia 33 ; Charles, O.S.F. 
73 ; Hannah 185 

Stevenson, 14 ; Elizabeth 212 ; 

Mary 212 

Stidd, Stydd Chapel, near Ribchester, 
Lanes. 18 

Stock, Essex 169, 187 
Stock, Elizabeth Winifride, O.M.I. 
69 ; Frances Theresa 250 ; W. O., 
oapt. 250* 

Stock(h)eld Park, Yorks. 130, 186 
Stockton-upon-Tees 82, 98, ]37 151, 
229 

Stockwell Hall, Billericay, Essex 141 
Stocqueler, Joanna 126 
Stoke, near Nayland, Suffolk 51, 166 
168, 198, 218; Priory 198 
Stoke Golding, Berks. 143 
Stokes, Ellen 121 ; Mary Winifred, 
O.S.C. 24; Thomas Luke Peter 130 
Stone, Ann 148 ; Benjamin 142 ; John 
8 ; Marmaduke, S.J. 206 ; Mary 169 ; 
Mary Beatrix, O.S.F. 30 ; Thomas 57 
Stone-Easton, Somerset 145, 163 
Stonecroft, near Hexham, Northum- 
berl. Ill; Lodge 83 ; Newbrough 
Lodge 163 

Stonegate, York 79, 86 
Stonehouse, see Hansom, Elizabeth 
141n 

Stoner, Henry 39 ; Mary Francis, 
O.S.C. 34 

Stonor, near Henley-on-Thames, Oxoii 
9,* 34, 196, 209 ; Hall 130 ; Park 189 
Stonor, Catherine 209 ; Charles, It. 
col. 209 ; Christopher, bishop 50 ; 
Henry 85 ; John 11; J. Talbot, 
bishop 9*n ; Mary 51 ; Mary Bene 
dict, O.S.A., prioress 123 ; Thomas 
196, 209 

Stonyhurst College, Lanes. 39, 50, 53, 
68, 89, 100, 104, 110, 130, 135, 148, 
149,* 160, 165, 174, 186, 188, 190, 
191, 205, 215,* 220,* 227 
Stordeur, Charles Joseph 188 
Stor(6)y, Arthur 164; John 210; 
[John] Joseph, O.S.B. 73 ; Margaret 
106 ; Thomas 50, 151 
Storton, see Scorton 50 
Stourbridge, Worcesters. 226 
Stourton, , Lord 175, 182, 217 ; 

, Hon. Miss 175 ; Charles, 
Lord 134 ; Hon. Edward 182 ; Hon. 



Elizabeth 217 

Stourton Lodge, Yorks. 23, 53 

Stout, Thomas 179 

Stowe 217 

Strachan, sir Alexander [ex S.J.] 40 ; 

Robert, bart. 172 

Strange, Laurence 114 

Strangford, Viscountess 173 

Stratford, 157, 177, 191, [Essex] 214, 

229 ; Vicarage-terrace 191 

Stratford, Daniel 54 

Stratton Audley, Oxon 199 

Street, John Wilfrid, O.S.B. 23*n ; 

Joseph, O.S.F. 160 

Strickland, Anne 190 ; Henrietta, 

O.S.B. 33 ; Jeremiah 36 ; John 82 ; 

Joseph, dr. 34 ; Simon 21 ; Wm. 

[S.J.] 142 

Stringfellow, Ann 227 ; Elizabeth 38, 

207 ; Henry 190 ; Joseph 195 ; 

Richard 98 ; Sarah 117 

Stuart, Charles, earl of Traquair 178 ; 

Charles, O.S.F. 73 ; Elizabeth Mary 

Theresa 248 ; James [vere Maxwell, 

ex S.J.] 39 ; Lady Lucy 190 ; Lady 

Mary 79 

Stubington, Elizabeth 120 

Strongitharm, Elizabeth 105 ; Laur 
ence 174; Louisa 182 

Strowbridge, Frances 168 

Strutt, [John] Wilfrid, O.S.B. 23*n 

Stutter, Elizabeth Mary Baptist 

[C.R.S.S.] 98 

Stych, Ann 236; Jii. 11 

Style, Camilla, Lady 187 

Sudell, John 3 

Suebia, see Swabia 176 

Sughrue, bishop of Kerry 164 ; De 
borah 227 

Sullivan, ert 260 ; Michael 147 

Sulyard, Dorothy 191 ; Edward 74 
Summers, Josephina, O.S.C. 211 

Sumner, James [Leo.], O.S.F. 152 ; 

Mary 217 ; Richard [Anthony], 
O.S.F. 152 
Sunderland 20, 115 
Sutherland [? Litherland], near Liver 
pool 137 
Sutton 59 
Sutton, , Lady 162 ; Elizabeth 

134 ; Frances 166 ; William 73 

Sutton-place, Surrey 36, 51, 212 

Suze, Charles 87 

Swabia, Suebia 176, 203 

Swan, Mary 185 

Swansea 174, 210 

Swarbreck, Sarah 204 

Swar(S)brick, Edward 211 ; Elizabeth 

151 ; Joseph 91 ; Martha Josephina, 

O.S.A. 127 ; Robert 127 

Sweet man, John Patrick 105 

Swerbrick, John 3 ; Robert 5 

Swift, Lucre tia 168; Mary Ann 214 



328 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Swinburne, Ann, O.S.B. 142 ; Thomas 
171 

Swinburne, Swiiiborn, Castle, North 
umberland 33 

Swinnerton, see Swynnerton 
Swiny, Elizabeth 181 
Swynnerton, near Stone, Staffordsh. 
59, 74, 224 ; Hall 124 ; Park 212 
Syers, Ann 137 ; Mary 137 ; Oswald 
137 ; see Syres 
Sylver, Ferdinand 3 
Symons, sir Ed. 8 
Syres, Joseph 90 
Syson, John 7 

TAAF(F)E, Catharine Teresa 3 ; 
O.S.F. 139 ; Stephen 182 
Tables, 47 

Tadcaster, Yorksh. 18G, 192, 217, 222 
Tagg, nr. Preston 154, 178 
Taillard, Joseph 01 
Taille, Francois 76 

Tailleur, Le, Jean Baptiste Louis 
Pepin 188 
Talacre, Flint. 11 

Talaru, de, Michel Ange, bishop 05 
Talbot, 113; Hon. 172; 

Ann 109 ; Charles 85 ; Charles 
Thomas, It. col. 229 ; Elizabeth Mary 
120 ; Frances 54, 148 ; Hon. Francis, 
109, 124 ; Francis William 148 ; 
George 33; Georgina 114; Geo. 
Trentham 8 ; James 178 ; James, 
bishop 33, 271 ; Joa. 78 ; John 130 ; 
Hon. John 8 ; Lady Lucy, 3 O.S.F. 
28 ; M. Catherine, O.S.F. 152 ; Hon. 
Mary 117; Richard 2, 150; Selina 
90 ; Thomas 139 ; Thomas, bishop 
50 ; Thomas [ex S. J.j 08, 73 ; William 
124 

Talker, Martha 102 
Tarn worth, Staffs, and W r arw. 213 
Tan House 259 

Tancred, [Anne] Mary Xaveria, rel. 
97 ; Catharine Mary Frances, O.S.A. 
(abbess) (Prioress) 139 ; Mary Augus 
tine, O.S.B. (abbess) 58 ; Mary 
Bernard, O.S.B. 124 
Tanner, James, O.S.F. 170 
Tans well, Stephen 41 
Tarbes, France 110, 149 
Targett, Elizabeth 204 ; Teresa 224 
Tarleton, William 133 ; [William] 
Dunstan, O.S.B. 131 
Tartar, Dom. [Doic. S.J.] Lay Brother 
73 ; William [ex S.J.] 40 
Tasburgh, Barbara 104 ; George 104 ; 
Mary Francis, O.S.A. 45 ; Mary 
Margaret, O.S.A. 22 
Tasker, Ann 102 ; James 127 ; John 
134, 140, 162; Mary Benedicta, 
O.S.B. 135 
Tate, Joseph, O.S.F. 127 ; Thomas 



[S.J.] 142 

Tatlock, James 129 

Taunton, Somerset 72, 152,* 161, 

Lodge 111; St. Francis School 1 1 In 

116, 122, 123, 124,* 127,* 128, 131 

130, 139,* 142, 152, 153,* 150, 169 

170, 174, 179, 191, 201, 200,* 215," 

221,* 227 

Taunton, 134 ; Capt. 159 

olim Chapman, Elizabeth 134n 

Frances Elizabeth 134 ; John 160 

Mother Abbess 11 In; Samuel 134,* 

T. 134; Thomas 100 

Taylor, Ann 86 ; Barbara 137 

[Charles] Boniface, O.S.B. 115 

Christopher 115; Eleanor 196 

Elizabeth 36, 59 ; Elizabeth Anne 

203 ; Eliza Teresa 135 ; Francis 

Clare, O.S.C. 24 ; George 121 ; Jacobus 

18 ; James 13, 80, 93, 135 ; Joanna 

Joseph, O.S.C. 149 ; John 30, 89, 

251, 203 ; [John] Boniface, O.S.B. 

91 ; Mary 04, 251 ; Mary Agnes, 

O.S.C. 24 ; Peter 170 ; Richard 2 ; 

Robert 12, 120 ; Thomas 30, 100, 121, 

137, 142, 251 ; William 124 

Taverner, 7 

Teesdale (Teasdale), (John) Vincent, 

O.S.D. 34 

Tegart, Arthur 190, 228 

Teighe, Ann Mary 167 ; Matthew 90 

Teignmputh, Devon 173* 

Teinturier, 157 ; Jean Baptiste 76 

Tellier, Le, 47 ; A. 56 ; Charles 

Francois 184 

Telmessen, bishop of 107 

Tempest, Frances 52 ; John 196 ; 

Richard 39 ; Stephen 154, 166, 196 ; 

William 11 

Temple, Will 2 

Teneriffe, Island of 105, 109 

Teniswood, Elizabeth 191 

Terrail, John Baptist 128 

Terreagles, co. Dumfries 144 

Terregles 80, 107 

Terret, Peter George 42 

Tesnieres, Henry 81 

Testar, James 108 ; Mary 180 

Texal, Tixal(l), Staffs. 10, 29, 41, 57 

Thacker(a)y, Ann 176 ; Joseph 99 

Thaddeus, Fr., O.F.M. 17, 23 

T(h)ame Park, Oxon 30 

Thatcham, Berks. 243 

Thelton, Norfolk 197 ; Hall 171 

Thelverton, Thelveton or Thelton, 

Norfolk 208 

Themoy, Fran?ois Gilles 81 

Theobald s road, London 198 

Thespia, bishop of, see Stonor 42 

Thew, John 171 ; Teresa Elizabeth 

102 

Thickness, Agatha, O.S.B. 112; Anna 

Maria, O.S.B. 115 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Thienville, de, Joan Baptiste Charles 
60 

Thirsk, Yorks. 1G4, 230 
Thomas, Ann(e) 94, 236 ; Charles 
Dillon 234n ; Catharine 172; Eliza 
beth 253 ; Hugh 267n, 272 ; Joseph 
217, 253 ; Julien 67 ; Letitia Mar 
garet Maria 234*n ; Margaret 272 ; 
Mary 162 185, 272; Matilda 234; 
Oliver Gregory 234* ; Pierre Julien 
88 ; Susanna 234n ; Thomas Perry 
199 ; William 106 

Thompson, 219 ; Charles 50 ; 

Daniel 89 ; Elizabeth 130 ; Elizabeth 
Lancaster 170 ; James 173, 220 ; 
John 79 ; R. 170 ; William 2 
Thorborn(e), Elizabeth 164; Robert 
134 

Thorndon Hall, Essex 10, 28, 29, 184 ; 
[Thornton] Heath, Surrey 198 
Thome, Elizabeth 79, 83 
Thornbury, Gloucesters. 207 
Thornbury, 7 

Thornton, Yorks. 118 
Thornton, Barney 35 ; Catherine 223 ; 
Margaret 59 

Thorp(e), Catharine Stanislaus, O.S.T. 
29 ; Frances 172 ; John [ex S.J.] 37 ; 
Mary Clare, O.S.C. 24 ; Tho. 122 ; 
Thomas 128 

Thoulouse, [Toulouse] 154, 182 
Thoumin, 67 

Thrift, Esther 38 

Throckmorton, Catharine, O.S.B. 
38*n ; Catherine Joseph, O.S.A. 38n ; 
family 245 ; Frances 106 ; George, 
bart. 173 ; John, bart. 143 ; Lady 
Lucy 54 ; Mary Clare, O.S.B. 68 ; 
Robert, bart. 38 ; William 144 
Thropton, [Northumb.] 29, 179, 219 
Thrum, Esther 270 
Thuillier, le, Jacques 103 
Thuisy, de, Eugene 105 
Thurnham Hall, Lanes. 147, 148 
Thwaites, Francis 2 
Thymbleby, Lancelot 3 
Tiberiopolis, bishop of 269 
Tichborne, Hants. 72, 169 ; House 
59, 117 

Tichbo(u)rne, George 83 ; Henry, 
bart. 150, 178 ; Dowager Lady 185 ; 
Mary 98, 178 ; Mary, Dowager Lady 
72 ; Mary Ignatius, O.S.A. 22 ; 
Michael 12, 98 
Tickle, William 28 

Tidmarsh, 155 ; 200 ; 

John 200; Joseph B. 202 ; Nathaniel 
209 

Tidyman, Michael 196 
Tighe, (Mrs. Dominick) 121 

Tilbury, Charles 41 ; James 140 ; 
Richard 125 
Tillete, Mary Magdalene, O.S.T. 131 



Tillier, le, Fr. Jos. Robert 165 

Tillier(es), Evreux 81 

Tilly, Bayeux 80 ; Alexis 99 

Timmings, Charles 200 

Tindall, Robt. ill 

Tingry, Ann 121 

Tintern Abbey, Monmouths. 251 n; 

Abbey House 25 In ; Hall 78 

House 25 In; Hall 78 

Tipperary 269 

Tipping, 204; Ann 173; 

Catharine Agnes 203 ; Thomas 216, 

217 

Tippins, Elizabeth 234n 

Tirard, 47 

Tirepied, Frances 99 

Tirer, Tyrer. James 24 

Tiret, Nicholas 60 

Tison, Jacques 80 

Tissandier, Bernard 96 

Tixall, Staffs. 158, 203 

Tobago 171 

Tobin, Daniel 126 ; Margaret 125 

Tod(d), Anthony 7 ; Mary Frances, 

O.S.C. 57 ; Thomas Frederick 207 ; 

William 133 

Todman, Ann 186 

Tollner, Georgiana Frances 219 ; 

Maria 194 ; W. M. 219 

Tomblain, Francis Victor 42 

Tomkins, 196 

Tomlinson, Ann Collet, O.S.C. 201 ; 

Jane, rel. 189 

Tommins, Ann 198 ; Robt. 107 

Tone, Northumberland 22 

Tongar [Tongres, Flanders ?] 37 

Tonnonton, Catherine 89 

Tootel(l), (Charles Dodd) Hugh 6; 

Christopher 1, 2 ; family 1 

Tor Abbey, Devon 18, 96, 103, 149, 

178, 181 

Torigni, France 170 

Torquay, Devon 200 

Torre, de la, Canalie 147 

Torres, de la, Manuel 135 

Tosi, Thomas, O.S.D. 183 

Tottenham, London 177, 222 

Toucaud, Jean 77 

Touchard, Jacques 71 

Touches, des, Nicolas 81 

Touffreville, de, Charles Simon 80 

Toulon, France 92 

Touquet, Ch. Fr. 56 

Tour de la* Mary Victoire Mercier, 

rel. 136 

Tours, France 56, 110, 115, 165, 175; 

St. Pierre 110 

Tourlayffle, France 81, 268 

Tourmine, Jean Baptiste 103 

Tournai, Flanders 197n 

Tourneur, Pierre 76 

Tourville, France 81, 88 

Toury, Charles 110 



330 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Toussaints, Rennes 66 

Towcester, Northants, 118 

Towerby, see Sowerby 

Towers, 3 

Towhey, John 85 

Town(e)ley, Lanes. 6, 19, 92, 121, 

160 ; Hall 140, 218 

Towneley, Barbara 64 ; Charles 92,*; 

John 121 ; Charlotte Mary 140 ; 

Peregrine 218 ; Thomas 5 

Towsey, 163 ; Elizabeth 153 ; 

James Andrew 200 ; Joseph 153, 

200 ; Mary Agnes 104 ; Samuel 161 

Towns h end, Mary 78 

Tracarn, Bayeux 61 ; St. Pair 61* 

Tracey, Elizabeth 92 ; James 94 

Trachon (Traconitis) 15, 19*n 

Trafford, Alicia 124 ; Edmund (Lieut. 

in the Royals) 124 ; Elizabeth 124 ; 

Henry, Capt. 133 ; Humphrey John 

80 ; John 54, 124, 132 

Trafford House, Lanes. 54, 80, 124,* 

132 

Tramain, Bretagne 115 

Tranchaun, 42 

Tranguenelle, Beatrix Joseph, O.S.T. 

45 

Trant, Dominic Henry 171 ; Elizabeth 

Mary Benedict, R.C.S.S. 63 ; James 

187 ; Madame de Hosteleur of St. 

Austin 64 ; Margaret 171 ; [Sarah] 

Mary Francis Xaveria [C.R.S.S.] 97 

Trappe, la, Monastery 57, 110 

Trapps, 120; Charles 184; 

John 108 

Traquair, Mary, Countess of 55 ; Earl 

of 178 

Traquair House, Peebleshire, N.B. 178 

Travels, James 270* ; J. M. 180 ; 

Reni 46 

Travert, Julien 66 

Treadam, Monm. 243 

Treauville, France 66 

Trebedan, France 87 

Trecastle, co. Monm. 250n, 251* 

Tredaughan, see Tredychan 24 In- 

Tredychan, in Llangaran 24 In 

Tredynog (Tredunnock), co. Monm. 

251 

Tregare, Monm. 246 

Treget, in Llanrothal, co. Hereford 

246r 

Treguier, France 60, 66, 76, 77,* 80,* 

81, 136, 146, 157 ; le Seminaire 76 

Trelawney, Cornwall 205 

Trelawney, Harry, bart. 205 

Tremaria, Felix Marie (capucin) 70 

Tren(t)ham, 48, 206 ; Roger 6 

Treowen, Monm. 245 

Trerhiw Cross, Monm. 244 

Tressaint, Dol, France 77 

Tresselle, Toussaint Francois Joseph 

191 



Treve(s) 67, 76 

Treworgan, Herefords. 237, 262 
Trimolet, Louis Adam 52 
Trinidad 96, 153, 160, 180, 184, 201, 
206 ; Port of Spain 180, 184 
Trinite, Nicolas Auguste 66 
Trinity, Martha of the B., O.S.T. 131 
Trinocq, Marie Marquerite [?] 77 
Triquet, Peter Anthony 42 
Tristram, Elizabeth 90; John, S.J.215 
Tritschler, Laurence 176 
Trochet, ad, J. B. 56 
Trour, du [Dufour], John, ex S.J. 40 
Troussel, Guillaumes 47 
Troy(e) 88, 96 ; House, Monm. 243 ; 
Ste Chapelle de 88 
Troy, , (R.C.A.B. [Archbishop] of 
Dublin) 58 ; John William (capt.) 58 
Truguery, Treguier 88 
Truro, Cornwall 206, 228 
Tucker, Elizabeth 214 ; James 129 ; 
Joseph Edward 159 ; Melliora Ann 
145 ; Robert [ex S.J.] 35 
Tudor, Blanch 253 ; I.S. 253* 
Tuite, Aloysia, O.S.B. 26 ; Aloysia 
Joseph [Barbara], O.S.A. (Superioress) 
80 ; Clementina [Mary Ann], O.S.A. 
1 12 ; Francis 226 ; Henrietta 33 ; 
Mary Alipia (Frances), rel. 124 ; 
William, O.S.D. 205 
Tulle, le, Philippe(s) Jacque(s) 47,* 
56, 62 

Tullow, Mark 163 

Tunbridge, Kent 61 ; Wells 36, 144 
Tunnes, Ann, O.S.A. 36 
Tunstal(l)(S), 9 ; Bryan 6 ; 

Catherine] 98 ; Marmaduke Cuthbert 
36 ; Mary 169 ; Mary Aloysia [Mar 
garet], O.S.A. 131 ; Mary Joseph, 
O.S.A. 156; William 144 
Turberville, Ed. 2 ; family 244n 
Turin 183 

Turner, Agatha, O.S.A. 179 ; Bernard 
4 ; [John] Thomas, O.S.B. 82 ; Mary 
120 ; Richard 6 ; Richard [ex S.J.] 
44 : Thomas 240 ; Winifred 193 
Tumerelli, Sarah 213 ; T. P. 154 
Turville, Barbara 94 ; Edward 176 ; 
William 11, 203 
Tusmore, Oxon 95 
Twiford, Twyford, Hants. 1 
Twickenham, [Midx.] 5, 96, 159, 173, 
180, 226 

Twist, George 166 ; Peter 166 
Twysog, Denbighsh. 78, 132 
Ty Isaf, Monmouths. 242n 
Tylecote, Joseph, O.S.D. 20 
Tyler, Ann 241 ; Edward 241 ; 
Robert 51 

Tynryland, co. Carlow 204* 
Tyrer, Anthony, O.S.F. 26 ; Joseph 
[ex S.J.] 68; Robert [S.J.] 174; see 
Tirer 



INDEX OF PERRONS AND PLACES. 



331 



Tyrol 110 

Tyrrell, John 204 ; Martin 204 ; 

Mary 204 ; Thomas 204 

Tyte, Ann 30 

Tything, the, Worcester 203 

UFFORT HALL, Northamptonsh. 65 

Ufton Court, Berks. 21, 85 

Ugbr(o)oke, Devon 137, 144, 145 ; 

Park 195 

Ugthorp, Grosmont, N.R. Yorks. 10, 

11,* 34 

Ullathorne, Francis 224, 225 ; Mary 

Ann 225 ; Samuel 225 

Umfreville, Charles, dr. 10 

Underbill, Anthony, O.S.D. [see Plun- 

kett] 107 ; [Gerard] Albert, O.S.D. 

127 ; Ju. 12 

Underwood, Thomas 259 

Unsworth, Catharine 141 

Upper Rosse, Herefords. 266 

Upton, Essex 222 ; -Cressett, Salop 

65, 105, 193, 227 

Upton, M. Peter, O.S.F. 156 

Urvoy, Hathurin Jean 81 

USCZ, Bishop of 136 

Ushaw 107, 151,* 160, 164,* 183, 197, 

200, 210,* 219, 220,* 226,*; College 

16, 107, 179, 208 

Usher, Gilbert 51 ; J. 171 

Usk, co. Monra. 247,* 248,* 249,* 

252 ; Catholic Cemetery, Usk 249 : 

Church of St. Mary, Usk 249 ; Priory 

of St. Mary 249 

Usula, bishop of 215 

VACHE, Stephen 30 

Vacquerie, France 77, 100 

Vaillont, le, Jean 88 

Valet, Mary 198 

Valgassier, Alexis 227 

Val, Portion du, Coutances, France 88 

Val St. Pere, France 88 

Valcanville, France 65 

Valentine, Joseph, O.S.B. 63 

Val(l)adolid 11, 13, 18, 34, 57, 59, 67, 

91, 100,* 107, 111,* 127, 130, 135, 148, 

151,* 156, 164, 174,* 183, 192, 196, 

219,* 226 ; English College 13, 226 ; 

Scotch College 67 

Valogne, Normandy 62, 189, 201 

Vane, John 4 

Vanden Broch, Ann Theresa, O.S.T. 

184 

Vandermeulen, John Ferdinand 51 

Vanderscheuren, 39 

Vanderstraaten, P. W. 172 ; Vincent 

William 172 

Van Dooren, [Elizabeth] Barbarina, 

O.S.A. 32 

Van Dieman s Land 230 

Vanheems, Martin 222 

Van Izam, Margaret, O.S.A. 36 



Vanneire, de la, Antoino Cochon 61 
Vannes 61 

Van-Roy, Catharine, O.S.D. 201 
Van Izam, Margaret, O.S.A. 36 
Vanzelle(a)r, Eliza Mary 184 ; James 
162; John 184 ; Peter 172 ; Thomas 
176 ; William 172 
Varenque, R. F. 55 
Varenguebec, France 77 
Varley, Cecily 125 ; John 210 ; 
Robert 148 ; Thomas 96 ; William 
125 

Vary, Seez 66 

Vas(s)e, Alex. Aub. 55 ; Jean 88 
Vasnier, Jean Baptiste 153 
Vasselin, Etienne 65 
Vasseur, le, 42 ; Louis Pierre 

62 

Vasteville, France 65 
Vattelot 87 
Vaulepenil, Seno 66 
Vaughan, Arthur 37 ; Baynham 267, 
268 ; Catherine 265, 266 ; family 
244w, 266n, 267n ; Frances 267 ; 
John 265,* 267,* 226* ; Lady Mary 
Cholke 266 ; Mary 266 ; Richard 
265,* 266 ; Thomas 268 
Vauxhall, London 109, 224 
Vaux Fonts, Thoumin des, 67 ; 

Arch dis. Dol 67 

Vavasour, , Hon. Mrs. 172 ; Ger 

trude Clare, O.S.C. (abbess) 26 
Vavasseur, le, 42; Alban 

Alexis 61 ; Jean 80 ; Pierre 56, 62 
Veeren Broke, fee Beerenbrek 119 
Velasco, de, Mrs. Alphonso 90 ; 
Catherine 214 
Vendermeulin, Susannah 32 
Vendome, Blois 70* ; College de 70 
Venes, Mary 190 
Venessonville, France 88 
Vengeon, Pierre Joseph 69 
Venon, France 61 
Veque, J. B. 56 

Vercautren, Francis, O.S.D. 30 
Verdun, de (Jean Julien) 91 
Veret, Bayeux 67 
Vergeal, Rennes 81 
Vergy, Pierre Robert 184 
Verneuil, France 67, 115 
Vernier, Ad. A. 55 
Vernon Hall, Lanes. 68, 83, 85, 220 
Vernuce, La 110 
Veron, Gabriel 42* 
Verona 97 

Verrier, 48 ; le, Julien 52 

Versailles 158 
Verson, France 76 
Vertue, 13 ; Henry 11 n 

Veryers, Arnold us 125 
Vesier, Le, 52 

Vestirin, Mary Ralina 55 
Vexin, Rouen 70 



332 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PI/AGES. 



Vicarey, Rosa Margaretta Amyatt 
Jane 225 ; W. B. 225 
Vickerman, John Joseph 117 ; Skel- 
ton, capt. 117 
Vicquenel, Fran?ois 66 
Victor, Elizabeth 79 
Vielle (Gilles) 157 
Vienna 102 

Vieuville, Jean Jacques 60 ; 
Vieux Ville, 6 

Vieux-Marche, Quimper 90 ; Ver- 
neuil Chartres 66 ; -Ville, 60 
Vigne, La 157 

Villain, Le, Guill. 55 
Villa Franca, Nice 78 
Villeboisnet, de la, Pierre Sebastien 
Daniel Espivent 200 
Ville d Eunee, France 60 
VUledieu, Normandy 198 
Villeneuve, de, Frederic Leon le Bre 
ton 46 

Villers-sous-Baillard, France 149 ; 
-Sur le Roule 65 

Villers, de, Charles le Normand 71 
Villes, de, J. B. Fleury 180 
ViUette, la, France 81 
Villiers, France 60 ; Leonard 

61 

Vfflot, 116 

Villy, France 96 
Vilquieur, France 61 
Vincent, Alexandra 47 ; James 72 
Vinn, John 58 ; Thomas 155 
Vinson, N 146 

Vion, Fran9ois 48. 56, 62 ; Pierre 47 
Vire, France 60, 62 
Virel, de, Henry Joseph Jean Achille 
du Fresne 88 
Virtue, Ann 216 
Vitre, France 77* 
Vivien, Jean Bapt. 197 
Vivier, Du, J. 55 ; le, Gab. 55 
Voile, Pierre 53 
Volentine, Joseph 10 
Vose, 191 ; Ann 191 ; Monica 

212 ; William 89 
Vouvrais, Tours 115 

WADE, John Francis 16, 27,; Mary 46 

Waghen or Wawn, Holderness 205 

Wainsley, Tho. 3 

Wake, William 55 

Wakeham, Henry 147 

Wakely, Elizabeth 132 

Wakeman, 7 ; Edward 146 ; 

Henry 126 ; Teresa Mary, O.S.T. 45 ; 

Walter 78 

Walch, Bridget 72 . 

Walcott, Edmund 260 

Waldegrave, Mary 36 ; Nic. 4 

Wales, South 233 

Walker, Ann(e) 134, 203 ; Elizabeth 

54, 98; [George] Austin, O.S.B. 



(prior) 49; Henry 162; Jane 216; 
John 99, 195, 216; Joseph 128; 
Mary 197 ; Mary Benedict, O.S.B. 
24; Michael 162, 203, 213; Sybilla 
84 ; Thomas 244 ; William 54, 213 
Wallett, Lewis 115 
Wallon, see Walton 
Walm(e)sley, Ann(e) 122, 128; Char 
les 202,* 204, 228 ; Charles, O.S.B., 
bishop 63 ; Eliza 228 ; Elizab. 146 ; 
Elizabeth 29 ; Joseph, ex S.J. 20 ; 
Mary 98 ; Plessington (ex S.J.) Joseph 
20; Richard 6; [Richard] Peter, 
O.S.B. 34; Teresa [Joseph], O.S.B. 
49 ; Thomas 166 ; Thomas [ex S.J.] 
37 ; W. Augustine, O.S.B. 127 
Walsall 225, 226 ; Chapel House^226 ; 
Dudley-road 225 

Walsh, Andrew 181 ; Edmond 260 ; 
Edward, capt. 260 ; Edward [S.J.] 
152 ; Elizabeth 194 ; Eleanora 45, 
51 ; Esther Maria 35 ; Garrat, capt. 
260 ; Mary 190 ; Matthew 95 ; Peter 
255; Sophia 146; Thomas 135; 
(Welch) Thomas, O.S.B. 34 
Walton, Lanes. 68, 83, 150, 191, 200,* 
216* ; -le-Dale 80, 114, 129, 199, 214 ; 
Clayton Green 150* 
Walton, Ann 190; James [ex S.J.] 
84 ; Jos. 5 ; Mary, see Gibson 129 ; 
Michael 19n ; Thomas 19n ; Thomas 
[ex S.J.] 57 

Walton, Walkton, family 19n ; Wal 
ton Mary 19n ; (Wallon) Thomas 
167* ; William, bishop 1,* 2, 3,* 5,* 
10,* 14n, 15, 19 

Wallis, Mary Bernard, O.S.T. 131 
Walters, Thomas 25 In 
Wanwick 147 ; Frier-lane 147* 
Wappelear, (ex S.J.] William 21 
Wappenbury, Warwicks. 156 ) 
Ward, Bernard, Mgr. 16, 17n, 18n, 
19n, 2 In, 24n, 25n, 3 In ; Edward 129 ; 
Joseph 64 ; William 21 
Wardell, Antonia 176 
Wardour, Wilts. 73, 105, 117,; Castle 
21, 29. 40,* 57, 62, 92, 138, 206, 217 
Ware, Herts. 271 

War(e)ing, 117; John, O.S.F. 

131 ; Lydia, see Hardman 139 ; 
Peter 13, 17 ; Thomas 214 
Warfield, Berks. 121, 167 
Warham, James 10 ; Philip 7 ; Rt. 3 
Warkworth, Northumberland 7, 90; 
Castle, Northamptonshire 65 
Warmoll, John Bernard, O.S.B. 97 
Warne, see Waghen or Wawn 205 
Warren, Hannah 35 ; Mary 54 
Warrilow, William [ex S.J.] 100 . 
Warrington, Lanes. 68, 79, 99, 151, 
208 ; Academy Appleton 208 
Warroner, Elizabeth 194 
Warwick 72, 107 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



333 



Warwick, Catherine Mary Worthy 257 
Waterford 84, 86, 95,* 216 
Waterford, Earl of 177 
Waterhouse, George 14 ; Joseph 36 
Waters, [James] Placid, O.S.B. 107 ; 
William 108 
Waterton, Robert 225 
Watkins, Alice 243 ; Amelia 264 ; 
Ann 244, 259, 263 ; Blanch 243 ; 
Catherine 259 ; Charles 263 ; David 
246, 259 ; Eliza 257 ; Elizabeth 31, 
86, 235, 236, 243, 257, 262; family 
258n ; Frances 249, 257 ; Harriett 
263 ; Harriet Elizabeth Mary 263 ; 
Helen 237 ; James 243,* 246,* 259, 
263* ; Jane 236, 240, 253, 259 ; John 
236,* 237, 243, 253,* 259; John 
Maitland 249 ; Joseph 233, 259, 262* ; 
Lilian Mary 249 ; Margaret 243, 257 ; 
Mary 234, 243, 244, 257, 262,* 263* ; 
Michael 234, 235*n ; Phoebe 245n ; 
Rachel 246* ; Rebecca 257 ; Sarah 
257, 263 ; Susan 234 ; Susanna 246, 
257 ; Thomas 145, 243,* 245n, 246, 
253 ; Walter [Gregory], O.S.F. 108 ; 
Walwyn 244,* 244n ; William 239, 
241, 243,* 244, 253,* 257,* 262,* 263, 
264,* 258 

Watkinson, [John] Gregory, O.S.B. 
37 ; R. 220 

Watson, James 12, 16, 17*n 
Watten, in Artois 53, 57 
Waun, the 245 

Wawn(e) 190 ; or Waghen or Warne, 
Holderness 205 
Wayn, the 245 

Weatherby, Thos. 3 ; see Wetherby 
Wearden, [John] Vincent, O.S.B. 78 ; 
Mary Ann, O.S.B. 128 
Webb(e)(s), Charlotte Frances, Lady 
144 ; Charles, O.S.F. 91 ; Frances 
Joseph [3 O.S.F. | 94; James 20; 
John, bart. 59 ; Joseph 29, 31 ; Sr J. 
4 ; Mary 58* ; Mary Anne, 3 O.S.F. 
25 ; Mary Barbara, 3 O.S.F. 64 ; 
[Mary] Xaveria, 3 O.S.F. 30 ; Samuel 
134 ; Thomas, bart. 158 
Weber, Francis Jos. 133 
Webster, Kizia 263; Mary 263*; 
Monica, O.S.A. 23 ; Sarah Elizabeth 
263 ; Thomas 179 ; William 263* 
Weeks, 193 ; James 204 ; John 

153 ; William 110 

Weetman, Westman, [Francis] An 
drew, O.S.F. 50*n 
Weightman, Mary 102 
Weir, John 207 
Welch, Mary 190 ; see Welsh 
Weld, Edward 53, 224n ; Elizabeth 
36 ; John [S.J.] 130 ; [Juliana Mary] 
F. Sales, 3 O.S.F. 78 ; Lucy 130 ; 
Mary 192 ; Mary Euphrasia, O.S.F. 
156, 160j Mary Gertrude Simeon, 



3 O.S.F. 82; Thomas 110, 192; 
cardinal 130*n, 195, 220 
Weldbank, Lanes. 84 
Weldon, John 85 ; Thomas (ex S.J.) 
26 ; see Welton 
Welldon, Matthew 25 
Wellington, Duke of 112n 
Wells, Gertrude, O.S.B. 100 ; Mary 
Ann Joseph, O.S.B. 49 
Welton, James [ex S.J.] 85 
Welsh, Anastasia 132 ; James 132, 
260 ; Margaret 260* ; Philip 260 
Welsh Bicknor, Herefords. 265 
Welsh Newton, Herefords. 236, 237n ; 
Church Farm 23 In 
Wenge, baron of 144 
Wenman, Eleanor, Viscountess 90 
West, [Jane] Apollonia, 3 O.S.F. 38 ; 
Mary Ann 90 ; Susanna 58 ; Thomas 
90, 118, 150, 184; William 168 
West Cowes, Isle of Wight 79 
West Indies 171 
West Raisin, Lincolns. 159 
Westbury, Gloucesters. 202 
Westby, Lanes. 40. 229 
Westby, Ann 214 ; Bridget, O.S.A., 
abbess 27*w ; Bridget [Mary Austin, 
C.R.S.S.] 27*n; John 113; Peter 
[ex S.J.] 30; William 113 
Westhead, [Henry] 17n 
Westman, see Weetman 50n 
Westminster 17n, 41, 51, 54,* 64 
Weston 166 

Weston, Herefords. 212 
Weston, Oxon 157 

Weston, Eliza Webbe 36 ; John 220 ; 
John 220 ; John Webbe 159 ; Mary 
Catharine 41 

Weston Coyney, Staffs. 184 
Weston Favell, Hants. 151 
Weston-under-Wood, Weston Under 
wood, Bucks. 78, 133, 144, 173 
Westwood House, Lanes. 202, 204, 
228 

Wetherby, Yorks. 135 
Wetherell, Thomas 163 
Weugue, Nicolas [O.S.B.] 103 
Wexford, Ireland 102 
Wexford, earl of 177 
Whalley, Alexius, O.S.F. Ill 
Whaley Grange 111 
W. Hampton,[? Wolverhampton] 198 
Wharton, Michael 107 ; Teresa Joseph 
O.S.T. 40 

What comb, Berks. 181 
Whebbe, James 79 ; Catharine 151 ; 
Charlotte Ann 177 ; James 126, 177, 
209 ; James [ex S.J.] 29 ; Maria 126 ; 
Mary 209 ; Robert 158 
Wheeler, Ann Joseph, O.S.A. 69 ; 
Elizabeth 79 ; James 226 
Wheetman, see Weetman, Clement 
118 



334 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Whelan, Bridget 140 ; Mary Agnes 
183 ; Teresa 223 
Whenn, Catharine 65 
Whi(y)te, Edward 10 ; Edward (sur 
geon) 173 ; Elizabeth 46 ; George 
153; James 133, 176; Jane 118; 
Joannes (Euxton) 18 : John 125 ; 
Joseph 173; Ju. 3, 14; Luke 11; 
Mary Anthony, O.S.C. 116 ; Phil 13.; 
Philippus 18 ; Stephen 59 ; Thomas 
153, 169 ; William 197, 227 
Whitechurch, Lucy Magdalen, O.S.B. 
189 

Whitfield, Joseph Louis 16, 27n 
Whitgreave, Alfred Richard 225 ; 
Penelope 166 ; Thomas Hemy Fran 
cis 113 

White Hall, Lanes. 113 
Whitehall, Mary Victor, O.S.B. 193 
Whitehaven, Cumberland 142 
Whiteside, Agatha, rel. 100; Cat 
harine 208 ; Edward 207 ; Henry 
200 ; Jane 118 ; John 113* ; Martha, 
O.S.A. 40 ; Ursula, O.S.Bridget 149 ; 
Isabella 83 

Whiting, Mary Catherine, O.S.T. 211 
Wbittel(l), [Roger] Joseph (O.S.B.) 
26*n 

Whittingham-hall 202 
Whittle, 212: Ellen 216 

Whitton 9 
Whyte, see White 

Wickwar, Mary 229 ; [Teresa] Stanis 
laus [C.B.S.S.] 156 
Wigan, Lanes. 26, 73, 75, 116,* 118,* 
121, 124,* 125,* 128-130 pass., 133,* 
134,* 137,* 165, 167, 179, 183, 188, 
189, 194, 200, 202, 206, 214, 220, 222 ; 
Bark-Hill 200 ; Orrell Mount 183, 
189*; Orrell Mount Cottage 206; 
Sunday School, the 116 
Wight, Isle of 79,* 129, 155, 171, 205, 
214,216,224,225; Cowes214; New 
port 79, 86 

Wigley, Ann 172 ; George 159 ; Jonas 
133 

Wigmore, 266 

WilCQCk, 219, 221*; 

Charles [Peter], O.S.F. 82 ; John 
226 ; Margaret 151 ; Mary 121 ; 
Thomas 217 

Wild, Ann 173 ; Henry 173 
Wilder, Elizabeth 130 
WildgOOSC, Mary Anne 200 
Wildsmith, Mary Magdalane, O.M.L 
68 

Wilkin, family 19n 
Wilkinson, 190 ; Dorothy Frances 
Xaveria 160 ; Giles 190 ; J. 4 ; 
James 191 ; John 12 ; Mary Bernard, 
O.M.I. 201 ; Mary Hyacinth, O.S.D. 
(prioress) 32 ; William 84 
Wilks. Alicia, see Gibson 114; Bartho 



lomew Sherlock 150 ; Edward 167 ; 
Elizabeth 150 ; Ellen 182 ; John 83, 
188 ; [Joseph] Cuthbert, O.S.B. 183 ; 
Mary 72 ; Teresa Elizabeth 203 
Willacy, James 93 
Willcock, William 161 
Willes, Catharine 141 
Williams, 11; 160*; 

252*; Ann(e) 150, 244,* 
250 ; Arthur 258 ; Catherine 259 ; 
Charles 7 ; David 259 ; Dominic 
Thomas, O.P., bishop 269 ; Edward 
13, 18 ; Elizabeth 252 ; Emma 252 ; 
family 269n ; Frances 238, 244 ; 
[Francis] Joseph (carthusian) (prior) 
62, 63 ; Francis [Joseph] \see Gittins, 
ex S.J.] 57 ; Jane 239 ; Joseph 257* ; 
Joa 78 ; Joannes 19 ; John 6, 43, 
141, 238 ; Margaret 151 ; Mary 73, 
95, 235, 238, 249, 251, 253 ; Mary 
Anne 254 ; Mary Winifred, O.S.C. 
51 ; Michael 249 ; Peter 243 ; Re 
becca 190, 223 ; Regenald 5 ; Richard 
259* ; Thomas 137 ; Thomas Nic 
holas 252 ; Turberville, Turbyville 
244, 244n ; William 238, 239/ 244, 
249, 251, 252,* 254, 259 
Willis, 12 ; Mary Catharine, 

O.S.A. (sub -prioress) 63 
Willoughby, Benedict, O.S.B. 89 ; 
Edward 41 ; James 41 ; Margaret 54 
Williscots, 7 

Wills, Mary 169 

Wilme, Jonathan 137 ; Margaret 137 
Wilmot, Elizabeth 205 
Wil(l)son, 141 ; Adam 171 ; 

Clara 126, 212 ; Eliza 155 ; Frances 
259 ; Harriet 187 ; Helen, O.S.F. 
152 : James 39, 100 ; John 94, 120 ; 
Lewis, O.S.F. 32 ; Marmaduke 155 ; 
Martha 120 ; Mary 98 ; Paul, O.S.B. 
142 ; Ralph 185,* 187 ; Robert 59, 
62; Thomas 11, 14, 19; W. 212; 
William 259 ; William Bushel! 259 : 
Winefred 99 

Wincanton, Somerset 204 
Winchester, Hants. 4, 7, 35, 42,* 43, 
50, 52, 54*n, 57, 58, 69, 89, 94, 95,* 
100, 101,* 103, 112, 120n, 132, 149, 
151, 163, 165, 169, 170, 183, 172, 193, 
197, 212, 213; Bishop s House 119, 
124, 139, 145, 165, 170; Winton 64, 
74.* 78, 82,* 83, 91 
Windham, Philip 164 
Windle-hall, Lanes. 154 
Windsor 2, 7, 121, 128, 137 ; Castle 
Inn 190 

Wingham, Agnes 219; Thomas 165 
Wingerworth, Derbyshire 5, 29, 173, 
175, 190, 227 
Winkfield, Berks. 188 
Winkfield, Henry 210; John 143; 
Winkley, nr. Whalley, Lanes. 190, 191 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Winkley, 6 ; Thomas 6 

Winnall, Winchester 149 
Winsbury, James 155 ; Mary 130 
Winsley 249 

Winstanley, Elizabeth 137 ; Mary 
207 ; R. 207 
Winstenley, Edmund 24 
Wint, van der, Wanders, capt. 130 
Winter, 267 ; Ann 159, 167 

Catharine 171 ; sir Edward 267 
Elizabeth 151 ; James 106, 185 
John 98 ; Mary 34, 193 ; William 
84, 126 

Winterhalter, Matthew 133 ; Vitus 
167 

Winton, Bishop s-house 112; St. 
Peter s House 74 ; see Winchester 
Win wick, Lanes. 190 
Wiswall, John 159 

Witham, Essex 172, 177 ; Lodge 124,; 
Place 170 

Witham, 45, 229 ; Aloysia 

139 ; Anthony 10 ; Catherine 86 ; 
Christopher 4*; Elizabeth 95, 136, 
186 ; George 2, 2*r>, 183 ; Frances 
180 ; Francis 33, 92, 186 ; Mary 92 ; 
Mary Clara 186 ; Mary Gertrude, 
O.S.A. (sub-prioress) 119 ; Henry 98, 
125, 186 ; Robert 5 ; Thomas 2, 45 ; 
William 84, 167, 229 ; Winefrid 54 ; 
Winifred 209 

Witherington, Margaret 192* ; Thom 
as 162, 165 

Withington, William 217 
Withnall, Samuel 212 
Witten, Yorksh. 188 
Wittingham, Mary [Rebecca] Louisa, 
O.S.A. 69 ; Thomas, dr. 22 
Witton, , rel. 157 

Woburn Lodge 73 [Wooburn] 
Wolf, John 4 
Wollaston, N. Hants. 98 
Wolpert, Joseph Anthony 210 
Wolseley, Anne ,Lady 229 
Wolverhampton, Staffs. 9, 12, 14, 57, 
88, 96, 101, 102, 113, 164, 191, 198 
Wooburn, Surrey 30 
Wood(s), John 150 ; Mary 213 ; 
Richard 41 ; Theresa Clare, 3 O.S.F. 
30 

Woodacre, 80; Elizabeth 214 ; 

Tho. 129 

Woodbury, Gerard, D.D. 22 
Woodcock, Ann 143 ; Elizabeth 140 ; 
J. 190 ; John 219 

Woodley-lodge, near Reading 126, 
177, 209 

Woodside, Cheshire 222 
Woodthorpe, near Chesterfield, Derby 
154 

Woolershill 6 

Woolhampton, Berks. 14, 19, 35, 179, 
183 



Woollett, Elizabeth 247 ; Ralph 163 ; 
Robert Francis 247 ; William 92 
Woolley, Jane 254 ; Thomas 254 
Woolrich, Magdalen, O.S.A. 160 
Woolridge, Thomassina 50 
Wools, George 52 ; Thomas 29 
Woolston, Lanes. 160 
Woolton, near Liverpool 21, 54, 69, 
82, 95, 97, 159 
Woolwich, see London 
Wooton 25, 86, 123, 126, 131 ; Hall, 
Warwicks. 63 
Wooton Basset, Wilts. 85 
Wooton Wawen, Warwicks. 195 
Worcester 22, 23, 25, 35, 46, 57, 67, 
73, 74,* 75, 89, 95, 113, 118, 123,* 
146, 169, 188, 201, 203,* 205,* 209, 
210, 222, 227 

Worcester, Edward, earl of 267 
Worksop, Notts. 10, 55, 80, 84, 114, 
117, 121, 135, 154, 161-165 pass., 
167,* 195, 199 ; Harness Grove 121 ; 
Manor 10, 135 

Worsack, Thomas 7 ; [Worswiek] 
Worsley, Mary Joseph, O.S.B. 149 
Wors[ wjick, John 107 ; Robert 8 
Worthington, Edward 3 In 
Wousend, in West Friesland 125 
Wraheen, Kilkenny, Ireland 239 
Wrekin, the, Leighton, Salop 114 
Wright, Ann 155, 194 ; Anthony 27 ; 
Charles [S.J.] 174; Christopher [ex 
S.J.] 68 ; Constantia. O.S.B. 53* ; 
Edward [S.J.] 169; Elizabeth 118*; 
Emily 217 ; Francis 27 ; George 187 ; 
Henry, S.J. 210 ; John 41, 57, 157, 
172, 181; Lucretia 86; Lucy 27, 
172 ; Louisa Mary 79 ; Martha 54 ; 
Mary 134, 200; Mary, O.S.C. 179; 
Mary Teresa 212 ; Mary Xaverius, 

frioress 123 ; Monica 128 ; Ralph 
14 ; Susan 187 ; Thomas 140 ; D.D. 
68 ; William 108 
Wright and Co. 213n 
Wrightington, Lanes. 12, 43, 124 
Wrigut, Bernard 78 
Wulf, de, Mary Isabella, O.S.T. 112 
Wyatt, Louisa 140 
Wycliffe, Yorks. 4, 9, 35, 36, 169* 
Wye Cottage 98 
Wyke, James 67 
Wylde, Ignatius 44 
Wyngaert, van den, Mary Joseph 
O.S.T. 33 

Wynn(e), Julius 259 ; Lucinda 259 ; 
William 74 

Wynter, Mary 258 ; William 258 
Wyvill, Mary Anthony, O.S.C. 27 

YARM, Yorks. 40, 83, 102, 190 ; 202, 
212 ; Friarage 83, 212 
Yates, Elizabeth 192 ; John 174 ; 
Mary Catharine, rel. 201 



336 



INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



Yaxley, Gregory (George) 5 

Yealand, Lanes. 107 

Yger, Jacques 81 

Yllersden, Suabia 117 

York 4*n, 6, 8, 11, 12,* I7*n, I9n, 

20,* 33, 34, 51-54 pass., 57, 58, 79, 

83, 86,* 89, 100,* 102, 105, 107, 108, 

114, 129, 141, 150, 154, 162, 164, 

167,* 171, 189, 192, 193, 203, 213, 

225, 229; Bar House Convent 33, 

34 ; Bar Convent School 164 ; Castle 

15 ; Castlegate 171 ; Institute of 

B.V.B. Micklegate Bar 193 ; Mickle- 

gate Bar 189, 193 ; St. Michael le 

Belfry 2n, 4n, 17n, 20 

Youan, Pierre Toussaint [O.S.F.C.] 

115 

Youghal, Ireland 230w, 261 

Young(e), Alexander 133 ; Ann Julia 

203 ; Cecilia 192 ; [Daniel] Bernard, 

O.S.B. 78; Elizabeth 112; Frances 

Blanch 2l3*n ; Francis 150 ; Hannah 

109 ; James 158, 224 ; Jane 125 ; 

John 112; M. 159; Mary 74, 126, 

133, 224; Mary Ursula, rel. 189; 

Peter 159 ; Robert 213rc ; Sarah 157 ; 

Thomas 113 

Yoxhall, Staffs. 200 

Ypres 49. 135, 193, 206, 215 

Yver, Gabriel 211 

Yvon, Jean Baptiste Ursin 114 



ZIMMER, Adeline 271; Ann 227; 

John 227 

Zimmerman, Benedict, O.C.D. 123 

NO NAME 

Ann Joseph, O.S.C. 131 ; Brother 
Benoit 28 ; Eieanor 270 ; Brother 
James (carthusian) 57 ; Josephine 
of St. Nicholas, O.S.T. 131 ; Louisa 
Mary Charlotte, O.S.T. 180 ; Mar 
garet, O.S.T. 28 ; Martha of the B. 
trinity, O.S.T. 131 ; Mary 270 ; 
Mary Agnes Teresa, O.S.T. 69 ; Mary 
Joseph, O.S.B. 69 ; Mary Magdalen, 
O.S.C. 34 ; Mary Raphel, O.S.T. 37, 
[270] ; Mary Xaveria, O.S.T. 28 ; 
Maur(us), (trappist) prior 110 ; Sarah 
251 ; Teresa Bernardine, O.S.T., 
prioress 78 ; William 256 



INITIALS 

A.C., J.C., C.C. 261 ; C.P. 250 ; 
C.S.A. 241 ; H. 260 ; H.W. 260 ; 
I.K. 237 ; I.P. 242 ; I.W. 257 ; J.H. 
260; J.W. 236*; M. 234; M.H. 
259 ; M.M. 240 ; P.D., M.D. 260 ; 
R.G. 251 ; T.C. 237 ; T.G. 237 ; 
T.P. 242 ; T.U. 241 ; T.W. 241 ; 
W.E.G. 250 ; W.W.H. 262 



THE EIGHTH REPORT 



OF THE 



Catholic IRecoro 
Society 




PRESENTED TO THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AT 
ARCHBISHOP S HOUSE, WESTMINSTER, 



on 



TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1912 
Together with the Roll of Members, the Constitutions , 



Constitutions 

1. Name. The name of the Society is " THE CATHOLIC RECORD 
SOCIETY." 

2. Objects. The objects are the transcribing, printing, indexing 
and distributing to its members the Catholic Registers of Baptisms, 
Marriages, and Deaths, and other old Records of the Faith, chiefly per 
sonal and genealogical, since the Reformation in England and Wales. 

3. Management. The affairs of the Society are managed by a 
Council consisting of twelve members and four honorary officers, viz., 
The Recorder, Bursar, Legal Adviser and Secretary four forming a 
quorum. It has power to appoint a President and Vice-Presidents, 
its Chairman and Officers, and to fill vacancies on its own body, and has 
power to refuse or take away membership. One-third of the twelve 
members and all the honorary officers retire each year, but are eligible 
for re-election. Nominations of New Members of the Council must be 
sent to the Secretary fourteen days before the Annual Meeting. The 
representation and management are reserved to Catholic Members. 

4. Subscription. The subscription is one guinea per annum, which 
entitles members to the publications for the year, but the names of any 
members whose subscription shall be two years in arrears will there 
upon be removed from the Society, and not be readmitted until all 
arrears are paid. 

Subscriptions are due on June i in each year, and no work is 
issued to any member whose subscription is unpaid. A member 
wishing to retire from the Society must intimate his intention to the 
Bursar or Secretary before the ist day of June, or be held liable for 
his subscription for the ensuing year. 

5. Privileges. The members are entitled to the Volume or Vol 
umes printed for the year of subscription, no Volume being issued 
to any member whose subscription is unpaid. They may also, on 
prepayment, obtain back numbers (if in stock) on such terms as the 
Council may direct. 

6. Meetings. An Annual Meeting is held in the month of June or 
July, of which at least seven days notice is sent to all the members. 
At this meeting a report of the work of the Society, with a statement 
of the income and expenditure, is presented. This is issued together 
with the list of members and the Constitutions of the Society. 

7. Audit. The Bursar s accounts are audited by a member of 
the Society appointed by the Council, at the close of the financial year, 
which expires on May 31. 

N.B. The Bursar deals with Membership and Subscriptions. 



ITbe Catboltc IRecorb Society 

FOUNDED JUNE 10, 1904 

PATRONS 

His EMINENCE THE CARDINAL ARCHBISHOP OF WESTMINSTER 

THE MOST REV. THE ARCHBISHOP OF BIRMINGHAM 

THE MOST REV. THE ARCHBISHOP OF LIVERPOOL 

PRESIDENT 

THE MOST NOBLE THE DUKE OF NORFOLK, 
E.M., K.G., P.C., G.C.V.O. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

THE RIGHT REV. F. AIDAN GASQUET, D.D. 
Abbot President O.S.B. 

COLONEL LORD EDMUND TALBOT, M.V.O., D.S.O., M.P. 

ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET LORD WALTER KERR, G.C.B. 

ALDERMAN SIR JOHN KNILL, BART., K.C.S.G. 

HENRY FARNHAM BURKE, Norroy King of Arms, 
C.V.O., C.B., F.S.A. 

COUNCIL (Elected) 

REV. EDWIN BURTON, D.D. REV. J. H. POLLEN, S.J. 
REV. GILBERT DOLAN, O.S.B. MARQUIS DE RUVIGNY. 
JOSEPH S. HANSOM JOHN P. SMITH, J.P, 

REV. BEDE JARRETT, O.P.,M.A. CARLISLE J. S. SPEDDING 
FRANCIS A. R. LANGTON V. REV. CANON SUTCLIFFE, M.A. 

J. HOBSON MATTHEWS GEORGE C. WILLIAMSON, Lirr.D. 

Honorary Officers (On Council ex officio) 
Hon. Recorder Hon. Legal Adviser 

JOSEPH GILLOW ALFRED J. BLOUNT 

Hon. Bursar 

LEONARD C. LINDSAY, 22 Chester Square, S.W. 

PI on. Secretary 

GEORGE FREDERICK ENGELBACH, 47 Manchester Street, 
Manchester Square, W. 

Bankers 
MESSRS COUTTS AND Co., 440 STRAND, W.C. 



EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT 

IN common with all Catholics and many others, we have 
rejoiced in the promotion of our Patron, the Archbishop 
of Westminster, to the Sacred College. The Holy Father, 
in His solicitude for the Church in England, having divided 
the province into three, by the creation of metropolitan sees 
at Birmingham and Liverpool, the Council respectfully requested 
the Archbishops of the two new provinces, in which our work 
continues, to accept the position of Patrons. Both graciously 
acceded to this request, with expressions of approval of the 
Society s work and good wishes for its progress. 

Volume IX was issued to members just before the annual 
meeting last year, and the important Douay Diaries, in two 
volumes, were issued later. Owing to continued difficulties 
in arranging the terms of agreements with printers, it was only 
in December that Volumes XII and XIII were placed out. 
The second has been proceeding more satisfactorily than the 
first. We have to ask the indulgence of members for delay 
with these two volumes, which are intended to be issued for 
the past year. Volume XIV for the current year is already 
in the press. Proofs are already coming in, and it is intended 
to start Volume XV in the autumn. 

The demands on our space called for by special subjects, 
as The Blue Nuns of Paris and the Douay Diaries, cannot be 
matter of regret ; but they have stood in the way of Registers, 
for which there have been appeals from many quarters. With 
two volumes of Miscellanea, we shall be able to deal with these 
again, and hope to satisfy genealogists, who are such an im 
portant source of strength to the Society. 

Thanks are due to many helpers, as Mrs Seymour Spencer, 
who had nearly concluded the index of the Douay Diaries, 
when she felt compelled to give it up ; and to Miss Stearn, 
who kindly undertook its completion. The Rev. Thomas 
Williams assisted Dr Burton with the Douay Diaries. The 
Rev. Raymund Stanfield has contributed papers to Volume XII ; 
the Rev. Edward R. James, Mr R. Trappes-Lomax, and Mr 
J. B. Wainewright to Volume XIII. Mr Hunnybun is editing 
the papers of the English Poor Clares at Gravelines in Volume 
XIV. The assistance thus cordially rendered is of material 
value. Mr Andrew has for the eighth year audited the Bursar s 
accounts. Most important is Miss Calthrop s contribution of an 
old Recusant Roll, which she is now preparing for the press 

The output of work has necessarily lowered the financial 
balance, which is still responsible for the cost of two volumes 
for the past year. But, when these liabilities are met, there 
is every prospect of an adequate balance, whilst the anticipated 
revenue for the ninth year ought to cover its own expenditure, 
including two volumes as contemplated. The number of avail- 



REPORT. 5 

able complete sets of the volumes in stock is now reduced to 
fourteen ; which, when exhausted, will leave only small numbers 
of any single volume. These will be required to make up 
incomplete sets and for special requirements. The initial 
policy of printing only what would be required, and so making 
the books valuable, as well as useful, has been fully justified. 

The losses by deaths during the j^ear have been seven. 
The Right Rev. William Gordon, D.D., second Bishop of Leeds, 
was followed, at a brief interval, by his brother, the Very 
Rev. William Watson Gordon, a Canon of that diocese. John 
Orlebar Payne, M.A., a diligent and careful antiquary and 
genealogist, and author of several reliable works, including 
The English Catholic N on- Jurors of 1715, was for some time a 
member of our Council. The Very Rev. John Norris, D.D., 
was the second Superior of the Birmingham Oratory in succession 
to the illustrious Cardinal Newman. We have also to regret 
the loss of Edward Maurice Greenway ; Robert Beale Wash- 
bourne, founder of the firm of Catholic publishers ; and the 
Very Rev. Daniel lies, L.D., Canon of Clifton diocese. 

We regret the resignations of five members ; and, still more, 
the necessity of having to remove one name under Constitution 4. 

The new adherents to our work number fifteen, including 
the Right Rev. Dr Cowgill, Bishop of Leeds, who continues the 
membership of his predecessor. The nett result is a gain of two 
members, making the names on the Roll three hundred and ninety. 
An increase like last year s would have carried us past four 
hundred ; and we rely on the co-operation of members and well- 
wishers to attain such a desirable result for the ninth year. 

Mr Burke, Norroy King of Arms, has been a member of 
the Council from the beginning, and has often given assistance 
that could not otherwise have been obtained ; but it was not 
convenient to him to attend Council meetings. He has resigned 
his seat in consequence, and has been elected a Vice-President 
of the Society, thus we can still count on his valuable assistance. 
The vacancy on the Council has been filled by Alderman Smith, of 
Barrow-in-Furness, a Founder, who has always taken warm interest 
in our work, and has been organising a system for obtaining the 
Catholic Registers of Lancashire for our pages. This is likely to 
keep us well in touch with Lancashire, its men, and matters. 

The Council has accepted, with regret and a cordial expression 
of thanks for all his work, Major Skeet s resignation of the office 
of Hon. Secretary, which he has held for two years and a half, 
and which was rendered none the easier by the fact that he 
was living at a considerable distance from London. The vacancy has 
been filled by the election of Mr G. F. Engelbach, a Founder, who 
was Hon. Bursar of the Society during the year of its foundation. 

The members of Council retiring by rotation are the Rev. Bede 
Jarrett, O.P.; the Marquis of Ruvigny ; the Very Rev. Canon 
Sutcliffe ; and Dr Williamson. They are eligible for re-election. 



THE CATHOLIC 

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1911 
June i 

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May 31 


INCOME. 

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Back Numbers .... 
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161 
300 
420 


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i 15 o 

T7 f A ? 


359 
25 
16 

2 


2 

4 
16 

2 


i 




o 


66 

2 


9 

2 






5 
ii 


18 
15 


6 

8 



Total Income . 1,373 4 8 

Examined and found correct, June i, 1912. 
W. R. ANDREW, 

Hon. Auditor. 

NOTE. 19 subscriptions for 1911-12 were paid in advance, 
and 34 are still due, making, with 342, as above, a total of 
395 payments for the past year. L.C.L. 



RECORD SOCIETY 

Year ending May 31, 1912 





EXPENDITURE. 








ign 







s. 


d. 


June i 


Miss E. M. Rix, Indexing Vol. IX . 


9 


ii 


8 




Allen & Co., Illustrations Vol. IX . 


64 


6 


4 


27 


J. S. Hansom, Postage Vol. IX 


10 


10 





Aug. 4 


Aberdeen University Press, Vol. IX, on account . 


I 5 


o 







J. S. Hansom, Disbursements .... 


10 








Sept. 27 


Aberdeen University Press, Vol. IX, balance . 


56 


8 


6 




Straker & Smith, Binding and Packing Vol. IX . 


20 


I 7 


9 




J. Whitehead & Son, Reports .... 


18 


10 


6 




M. Austin, Circulars and Forms .... 


2 


19 


6 


Nov. 30 


Art & Book Co., for use of Room (2 years) 


2 


2 







J. Griffin, 500 copies " Work of the Catholic 










Record Society," by Rev. J. H. Pollen, SJ. . 


2 


10 





Dec. 14 


Straker & Smith, Postage Vols. X and XI . 


II 


O 





1912 










Jan. i 


G. Falkiner & Son, Photographs Vols. X and XI 


21 


2 







Miss E. M. Rix, Typewriting .... 


2 


3 


6 




J. Whitehead & Son, Vols. X and XI, on account 


150 








25 


G. E. Anstruther, Fee to National Congress . 





10 





30 


J. Whitehead & Son, Vols. X and XI, balance . 


78 


10 


ro 


Feb. i 


Straker & Smith, Binding and Packing Vols. X 










and XI 


34 


9 


5 




Emery Walker, Photograph Vol. XI 


7 


6 


4 




Allen & Co., Photograph Vol. XIII . 


8 


3 


9 


Mar. 7 


W. Austin, Circulars and Stationery 


3 


o 


o 




Emery Walker, Photograph Vol. XI 


i 










J. S. Hansom, Disbursements .... 


5 










Foreign Bills, etc. .... 


o 





8 




L. C. Lindsay, for Advertisements . 


2 


5 


5 




Ditto for Postage and Stationery 


2 


9 


7 




Total Expenditure 


6 74 


17 


7 


May 31 


Balance Current Account . . 77 19 10 










Balance Deposit Account . . 200 o o 










Invested in Consols . . . 420 7 3 












698 


7 


i 






1 


[,373 


4 


S 



LEONARD C. LINDSAY, 

Hon. Bursar. 



TRANSACTIONS 
OF THE EIGHTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 

The Eighth Annual General Meeting was held at Archbishop s 
House, Westminster, by permission of his Eminence the Cardinal - 
Archbishop, on Tuesday, 2nd July, 1912, at 5-30 p.m. His Grace 
the Duke of Norfolk, the President, took the chair. 

There were also present the Very Rev. Prior Higgins, C.R.S.; 
the Very Rev. Canon Wyndham, O.S.C.; the Rev. Bede Jarrett, O.P.; 
the Rev. J. H. Pollen, S.J.; Miss M. M. C. Calthrop ; the Marquis of 
Ruvigny ; the Hon. Alexander Wilmot ; Mr R. Trappes-Lomax ; 
Mr F. A. R. Langton ; Mr J. S. Hansom ; Mr L. C. Lindsay (Hon. 
Bursar) ; and Mr George F. Engelbach (Hon. Secretary). 

The press was represented by the Tablet, Catholic Herald, Catholic 
Times, and Universe. 

Messages of regret were received from His Eminence the Cardinal- 
Archbishop, the Right Rev. Monsignor Ward, and the Rev. Dr Burton 
(all three engaged for the speech day at Old Hall College) ; the Very 
Rev. Canon Sutcliffe, the Rev. J. Gilbert Dolan, O.S.B., Mrs John 
Humble, Mr Brierley (Hon. Secretary of the Lancashire Parish Register 
Society), Mr Gillow (Hon. Recorder), Mr Glencross, Mr Hunnybun, 
Mr C. Munich, K.S.G., Mr R. D. Radcliffe, Major Skeet, Alderman 
Smith, the Mayor of Barrow, Mr Spedding, Major Charles Vaughan, 
and Dr Williamson. 

The President referred briefly to the different paragraphs of the 
report, and said that the value of the work done witnessed to the deter 
mined efforts of the Society, despite the difficulties besetting its task. 
Disclaiming to speak as an expert himself, his Grace said the general 
opinion was that the work was most creditable and desirable. The 
progress in the membership was not large, due to some extent to an in 
crease of deaths over last year, when it was much below the average. 
He hoped the Society would long continue its useful work, and pro 
posed the adoption of the report and balance-sheet, which showed a 
sound financial position. 

The Hon. Alexander Wilmot, in seconding, said we were trying 
to find out the truth from the mass of misstatements that had been 
made. The results of researches made were most interesting to Catholics, 
and he instanced that even Dr Challoner in some few cases was not 
quite accurate. The more such records were printed the more sound 
ground was there for sifting the truth from the chaff, and so founding 
true history. Eleven volumes had already seen the light, whilst 
four more were in progress or in contemplation. This, coupled with 
the official statement of so few volumes remaining on hand, testified 
to an increasing demand. He had been profoundly touched by the 
many evidences produced of the sufferings of confessors of the Faith. 

At the desire of the President, Mr Hansom explained that from 
the beginning of the Society, eight years back, the Council started 
with the deliberate intention of making the works valuable, giving mem 
bers the utmost value possible for their subscriptions. The numbers 
of volumes was therefore limited. Now the report shows that only 



EIGHTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. 9 

fourteen complete sets remain. These must soon be exhausted ; and 
when volumes begin to be marked off as " out of print," their value 
will be enhanced. 

His Grace remarked that was matter for congratulation to the 
Society, and to the owners of the books. He put the resolution, which 
was carried. 

Mr R. Trappes-Lomax proposed the re-election to the Council 
of the Rev. Bede Jarrett, O.P., the Marquis of Ruvigny, the Very Rev. 
Canon Sutcliffe, and Dr Williamson for the next three years. He 
described the absence of the representatives of many ancient Catholic 
families from membership of the Society as conspicuous and deplorable. 
Many were descendants of those who had helped largely in the forma 
tion of Catholic England, and their names appeared constantly in the 
records printed by the Society. Yet they were absent from the roll ! 
He supposed it must be left to their own consciences. An examination 
of the roll showed, after the elimination of libraries, communities, clergy 
of all grades, converts, and some well-wishers amongst Protestants, a 
poor representation of little more than two hundred laymen from 
England and Wales ! 

The Very Rev. Canon Wyndham, in seconding the re-elections, 
expressed his great pleasure with the steady production of the useful, 
interesting, and ornamental books supplied to the members. Such 
work called for renewed confidence in the Council by the re-election 
of the retiring members. 

The Duke of Norfolk put the motion, and it was resolved 
accordingly. 

The Very Rev. Prior Higgins said it was his pleasing duty to 
propose a vote of thanks to the Council and officers. They had only 
to look at the report to realise the zeal and discretion exercised. He 
hoped the words of Mr Trappes-Lomax might have the effect of 
waking up " the sleeping partners," as he might call them. A hint 
to our own people was not sown on the barren rock. Deploring all this, 
he rejoiced in the generosity of converts. The Catholic Record Society 
was doing a much-needed work in unearthing and presenting the facts 
regarding the history of the penal times. 

Mr Trappes-Lomax seconded, and, on its being carried, Mr. 
Lindsay, Hon. Bursar, returned thanks. He would like to see a further 
increase in the public libraries, and was glad to announce that the 
Public Library of New South Wales had just joined. The Rev. J. H. 
Pollen said that, as a second member of the Council, he would like to 
return his thanks, and to thank those outside the Council who had helped 
with volumes and papers, * especially the contributor of the old Recusant 
Roll. He was glad to see that Ireland had followed suit in the work 
of the Catholic Record Society by founding a similar Society. He 
deprecated the criticism of Dr Challoner s accuracy. 

The Meeting concluded with expressions of thanks to the Duke 
of Norfolk for presiding, and to the Cardinal-Archbishop for granting 
the use of the room. 

* See the fourth paragraph of the Annual Report. 



ROLL OF MEMBERS 

/ Founders on June 10, 1904 

Libraries and other Institutions are to be found under Towns and Places. 

Those in the Metropolis are under London. 
Members for the seventh year are retained below after resignation or death. 

F Abbotsleigh, Rev. Mother Prioress, C.R.L., Newton Abbot, Devon. 
Acton, Mrs Vincent, Overbury, Tewkesbury. 
Albany, New York, U.S.A. New York State Library (J. I. Wyer, 

Jun., Director), c/o Messrs G. E. Stechert, 2 Star Yard, Carey 

Street, IV. C. 
Ampleforth Abbey Library (Rev. H. Dunstan Pozzi, D.D., O.S.B., 

Librarian), Oswaldkirk, York. 
Amycla, Rt Rev. (Dr Fenton) the Bishop of, Archbishop s House, 

Ambrosden Avenue, Westminster, S.W. 
Anderson, Yarborough, 57 Esplanade, Scarborough. 
Anderton, Mrs. Ince, Palazzo Capponi, 28 Via Gino Capponi, Florence, 

Italy. 
F Andrew, William Raeburn, M.A., Cathcart House, Cathcart Road, 

South Kensington, S.W. 
Antiquaries, Society of, see London. 

Arundell of Wardour, The Lady, Wardour Castle, Tisbury, Wilts. 
Ashburnham, The Earl of, G.C.P., G.C.M., Ashburnham Place, Battle, 

Sussex. 
Athill, Charles Harold, F.S.A., Richmond Herald, College of Arms, 

Queen Victoria Street, E.G. 

Ball,* Henry Houston, 40 Downshire Hill, Hampstead, N.W. 

Bamford, Samuel B., J.P., Hawthornden Manor, Uttoxeter. 

Barrett, Lady Maud, Finches, Rustington, Sussex ; for Mother 
Prioress, C.R.L., Le Convent Anglais, Bruges, Belgium. 

Barrow Public Library (Charles W. Gabbatt, Librarian), Town Hall, 
Barrow-in-Furness. 

Bartlett, Joseph Henry, 28 St Mary Abbott s Terrace, Kensington, W. 

Baterden, James Rae, 54 Brighton Grove, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Beaumont, The Lady, Carlton Towers, near Selby. 

Beaumont College, Old Windsor, Berks., Very Rev. (George Jinks) 
Rector, S.J. 

Bedingfeld, Sir Henry Paston, Bart., J.P., Oxburgh Hall, Stoke 
Ferry, Norfolk. 

Bedingfeld, Mrs Raoul, 27 Pont Street, S.W. 

Bergholt (East), Lady Abbess, O.S.B., St Mary s Abbey, near Col 
chester, Suffolk. 

Berkeley, Major Henry, Fieldgate House, Kenilworth. 

Berkeley, Robert V., J.P., F.S.A., Spetchley Park, Worcester. 

Berlin Royal Library, c/o Messrs Asher & Co., 13 Bedford Street, 
Covent Garden, W.C. 

Bingham, William Baring, Rosehill, Cheltenham. 

* Record Searcher. 



OF MEMBEkS H 

Birmingham. The Oratory (Very Rev. Richard Garnett Bellasis, 

Superior), Hagley Road, Edgbaston. 
Birmingham Public Library (A. Capel Shaw, Librarian), Ratcliff 

Place, Birmingham. 

Blackburn Public Library (Richard Ashton, Librarian), Blackburn. 
Blackpool Public Library (Rowland Hill, Librarian), Blackpool. 
F Blount, Alfred John, 24 Bryanston Square, W. 

Blundell, Francis N., Crosby Hall, Blundellsands, Liverpool. 

Bodleian Library, see Oxford. 

Bodmin, St. Mary s Priory, Very Rev. Prior (Smith, D.D.), C.R.L. 

Bollandist s Library, see Brussels. 

Bolton Public Library (Archibald Sparke, Librarian), Bolton, 

Lancashire. 
Boothman, Charles Thomas, 14 Clarinda Park West, Kingstown, 

Dublin. 
Boothman, Edward Duncan, M.A., Compton Lodge, Kearsney, 

Dover. 
Boston Public Library (Horace G. Wadlin, Librarian), Boston 

Mass., U.S.A. 
Boston, Mass., U.S.A. New England Historic Genealogical Society 

(Wm. Prescott Greenlaw, Librarian), 18 Somerset Street 

(Messrs B. F. Stevens & Brown). 

F Bourdelot, Rev. Edgar, The Presbytery, Mayfield, Sussex. 
F Bowden, Rev. Henry Sebastian, The Oratory, South Kensington, S.W. 
Bowden, Miss (M. B.), 30 Thurloe Square, South Kensington, S.W. 
Bradford Public Library (Butler Wood, Librarian), Darley Street, 

Bradford. 
Bradney, Colonel Joseph Alfred, J.P., B.A., F.S.A., Talycoed Court, 

Monmouth. 

Brandreth, Arthur K. B., 41 Parkfield Avenue, Birkenhead. 
F Brierley,* Henry, M.A., 26 Swinley Road, Wigan. 

Brighton Public Library (Henry D. Roberts, Librarian), Church 

Street, Brighton. 
Bristol Central Library (Edward Robert Norris Matthews, F.R. 

Hist. S., Librarian), Bristol. 
British Museum, see London. 

F Britten, James, K.S.G., 41 Boston Road, Brentford. 
Brown, Very Rev. William Canon, Old Elvet, Durham. 
Brussels, Belgium. Library of the Bollandists, 775 Boulevard 

Militaire. 
Buckfast Abbey, Rt Rev. Abbot (Vonier) of, O.S.B., Buckfast- 

leigh, Devon. 
Burke, Henry Farnham, C.V.O., C.B., Norroy King of Arms, College 

of Arms, Queen Victoria Street, E.G. 
F Burton, Rev. Edwin, D.D., St Edmund s College, Old Hall, Ware, 

Herts. 
Burton, Rev. Harold, Claremont, Church Road, Burnham-on-Crouch, 

Essex. 
Callaway, Rev. Thomas, Our Lady s Presbytery, Haigh, Aspull, 

near Wigan. 
Calthrop, Miss Muriel M. C., 13 Maitland Park Villas, Haverstock 

Hill, N.W. 
Cambridge, St Edmund s House Library (Rev. Thomas L. Williams, 

Librarian) . 

* Hon. Secretary, Lancashire Parish Register Society. 



it ROLL OF MEMBERS 

Cambridge University Library (Francis J. H. Jenkinson, M.A., Litt.D., 

Librarian), Cambridge. 
Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Harvard University Library, c/o 

Messrs Allen cS Son, Ld.,i4 Grape Street.Shaftesbury Avenue, W.C. 
Cambysopolis, Rt Rev. (Dr Butt) Bishop of, Archbishop s House, 

Ambrosden Avenue, Westminster, S.W. 
Campbell, Rev. Thomas J., S.J., 59 East S^rd Street, New York 

City, U.S.A. 

Canadian Parliament Library, see Ottawa. 
Canea, Rt Rev. (Dr Donnelly) Bishop of, Auxiliary of Dublin, St 

Mary s, Haddington Road, Dublin. 
Cardiff Public Library (Harry Farr, Librarian), Trinity Street, 

Cardiff. 

Carnegie, John, B.A., 22 Ridgway Place, Wimbledon, S.W. 
Carnegie Library, see Cork. 

Carr, Rt Rev. Mgr Canon, V.G., The Rectory, Formby, Liverpool. 
Carr, Richard Marsh, Heathside, 56 Hazlewell Road, Putney, S.W. 
Carus, Alderman Alexander, J.P., K.S.G., Hoddesden Hall, Darwen, 

Lancashire. 
Caswell, Very Rev. John Canon, St Austin s, Kenilworth, c/o Very 

Rev. Canon Glancey, St Charles Institute, Begbroke, Oxon. 
Catholic Encyclopedia (Conde B. Fallen, LL.D., Managing Editor), 

39 West 38th Street, New York City, U.S.A. 
Catholic Reference Library, see London. 

Cave, Charles J. P., J.P., Ditcham Park, Petersfield, Hants. 
Charterhouse, see Parkminster. 

Cheney, Alfred Denton, F.S.A., F.R.Hist. S., Lympne, Hythe, Kent. 
Chicago, 111., U.S.A. Newberry Library, c/o Messrs B. F. Stevens 

and Brown, 4 Trafalgar Square, W.C. 
Chichester, Major Henry A., 14 Pelham Street, South Kensington, 

o. W. 

Chichester-Constable, Major Raleigh, J.P., Burton Constable, Hull. 
F Chudleigh, Lady Abbess, O.SS.S., Syon House, Devon. 

Clifford, Charles W., J.P., The Red House, Market Drayton, Salop. 
Clifton, Rt Rev. (Dr Burton) Bishop of, St Ambrose, Leigh Woods, 

Bristol. 

FCodrington, Hon. Mrs, 16 Vicarage Gate, Kensington, W. 
Colwich, Rev. Mother Prioress, O.S.B., St Benedict s Priory, near 

Stafford. 

Connolly, Rev. James C., St Swithun s, Saxe Weimar Rd, Southsea. 
Constitutional Club, see London. 
Cork. Carnegie Free Library (James Wilkinson, Librarian), Anglesea 

Street. 

Cosgrave, Very Rev. Lawrence Canon, V.F., St Augustine s Presby 
tery, Preston. 
Cottam, Gilbert Geoffrey, M.D., 303^-306 Boyce-Greeley Building, 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota, U.S.A. 
Cotton, Rev. John, D.D., M.A., St. Mary s Presbytery, East Street, 

Fleetwood. 

Coulston, Rev. Gabriel, D.D., Ushaw College, Durham, 
Coulston, Henry Joseph, J.P., Hawksheads, Bolton-le- Sands, Carn- 

forth, Lancashire. 
Cowley Franciscan College, Very Rev. (Alexius Calderbank) Prior, 

O.S.F.C., near Oxford. 



ROLL OF MEMBERS 13 

Cox, Rev. George Bede, O.S.B., St Mary s Priory, Highfield Street, 

Liverpool, W. 

Cox, John G. Snead, J.P., Junior Carl ton Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 
Crank, Rev. Thomas, Mount Pleasant, Chorley. 
F Crisp, Frederick Arthur, F.S.A., Broadhurst. Godalming, and 

270 Walworth Road, S.E. 
FCulleton,*Leo, 92 Piccadilly, W. 

Culley, Rev. Matthew, Coupland Castle, Kirknewton, Northumber 
land. 
d Alen^on, Rev. Ubald, Rue Campagne Premiere 8 bis , Paris XIV, 

c/o Messrs Picard, Libraire, Rue Bonaparte 82, Paris VI. 
Day, Samuel Henry, i Pump Court, Temple, E.C. 
Delany, Very Rev. William, Provincial S.J., LL.D., St Ignatius s, 

35 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin. 

de Paravicini, The Baroness, 40 Banbury Road, Oxford 
F de Zulueta, Francis, M.A., New College, Oxford. 
F Dolan, Rev. J. Gilbert, O.S.B., St Wulstan s Priory, Little Maivern, 

Worcestershire. 

Dolan, Very Rev. Oswald, V.F., St Mary s Rectory, Sheffield. 
Douai Abbey, Rt Rev. Abbot (Taylor) of, O.S.B., Woolhampton 

R.S.O., Berks. 

Downside Abbey, Rt Rev. Abbot (Butler) of, O.S.B., near Bath. 
Dublin. National Library of Ireland (Thomas W. Lyster, Librarian), 

Kildare Street. 

Dublin. Trinity College Library (Rev.T.K.Abbot,Litt.D.,Librarian). 
Dublin. Very Rev. Fr Superior, S.J., St Francis Xavier s, Upper 

Gardiner Street. 
Dublin Ulster King of Arms Office, c/o Messrs Ponsonby, Ltd, 116 

Grafton Street. 
Dunlop, Archibald Claud, M.A., K.S.G., Kensington Palace Mansions, 

De Vere Gardens, Kensington, W. 

Eager, Rev. James, Burscough Hall, Ormskirk, Lancashire. 
Edinburgh, Rev. Mother Superior, St Margaret s Convent. 
Edinburgh Public Library (Hew Morrison, Librarian), George IV 

Bridge, Edinburgh. 

Edinburgh. The Signet Library (John Minto, M.A., Librarian). 
FEdleston, Miss (Alice), Gainford, Darlington, Durham. 
Edmondson, Hubert H., 64 Fishergate, Preston, Lancashire. 
Edmondstoune-Cranstoun, C. J., J.P., Corehouse, Lanark, N.B. 
Elgar, Sir Edward, O.M., Mus. Doc., LL.D., Severn House, 

42 Netherall Gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 
Elwes, Gervase Henry, J.P., Billing Hall, Northampton. 
F Engelbach, George Frederick, 47 Manchester Street, Manchester 

Square, W. 

English Colleges, see Lisbon, Rome, Valladolid. 
Erdington Abbey, Birmingham. Rt Rev. Abbot (Ansgar Hoeckel- 

mann) of, O.S.B. 
Exeter Royal Albert Memorial Library (H. Tapley-Soper, F.R.Hist.S., 

Librarian), Exeter. 

Eyre, Lewis, Padley, Edgehill, Wimbledon, S.W. 
Eyre, Stanislas Thomas, J.P., 60 Ennismore Gardens, S.W. 
Eyston, John, J.P., Hendred House, Steventon, Berks. 
FFalkiner, Mrs ffrench, St Philip s, Lansdowne Road, Wimbledon, 

S.W. 

* Record Searcher and Heraldic Artist. 



14 ROLL OF MEMBERS 

Farrer, William, Litt.D., Hall Garth, Carnforth, Lancashire. 
Ferrers, Henry Ferrers, 4 Clanricarde Gardens, W. 
Fitzherbert, Basil, J.P., Springfield, Broadway, Worcestershire. 
Fitzherbert-Brockholes, William, J.P., Claughton-on- Brock, Gar- 

stang R.S.O., Lanes. 

Fitzsimons, Miss (Mary), Holly Bank, Victoria Park, Manchester. 
Fitzwilliam, Lady Alice, 20 South Street, Park Lane, W. 
Fletcher, Rev. John, The Presbytery, Hillside Road, Streatham 

Hill, S.W. 

Fort Augustus Abbey, Inverness, Vy Rev. Prior (Willson) of, O.S.B. 
F Fowler, Rt Rev. John Clement, Prior, O.S.B., Belmont, Hereford. 
Frick, Rev. Carl, S.J., Bellevue, Luxemburg. 
Fulham Public Library, see London. 

Gainsborough, The Earl of, Exton Park, Oakham, Rutland. 
Gainsford, William D., J.P., Skendleby Hall, Spilsby, Lincolnshire. 
Gaisford-St Lawrence, Julian Charles, J.P., Omngton, Worthing, 

Sussex. 

Galloway, Rt Rev. (Dr Turner) Bishop of, St Benedict s, Max 
well town, Dumfries, N.B. 
Gasquet, Rt Rev. Francis Aidan Abbot, D.D., O.S.B., 16 Harpur 

Street, Theobald s Road, W.C. 
Gatty, Charles T., F.S.A., 28 Clare Street, Dublin. 
Gerard, Rev. John, S.J., 31 Farm Street, Berkeley Square, W. 
F Gillow, Joseph, Brook House, Alderley Edge, Cheshire. 

Glasgow, Most Rev. (Dr Maguire) Archbishop of, 160 Renfrew 

Street, Glasgow. 
Glasgow. Mitchell Library (Francis T. Barrett, Librarian) , 2 1 Miller 

Street. 
Glencross,* Reginald M., M.A., LL.B., F.S.G., F.R.S.A.I., Makshufa, 

Harefield Road, Uxbridge. 

Goldstone, Mrs (Frances), 7 Upper Church Street, Bath. 
Gorham, James J., M.A., M.D., J.P., 80 South Side, Clapham 

Common, S.W. 
Gray, Rev. John, St Peter s, Falcon Avenue, Morningside Road, 

Edinburgh. 

Greenway, Edward Maurice, R.I.P. 
Gudgeon, George E., J.P., St John s Mead, Winchester. 
Guildhall Library, see London. 
Hacket, Rev. Francis L., Cathedral Clergy House, Francis Street, 

Westminster, S.W. 
FHall, Very Rev. Francis John, V.F., St Charles s Rectory, Jarrat 

Street, Hull. 

Hammersmith Public Library, see London. 
Hampstead, Convent I.B.V.M., see London. 
F Hansom, Joseph Stanislaus, 27 Alfred Place West, South Kensington, 

S.W. 

Harding, George, Book Store, 64 Great Russell Street, W.C. 
Harrow, Middlesex, Rev. Mother Superior, Visitation Convent. 
F Harting, Miss (Johanna H.), 6 Avonmore Gardens, Kensington, W. 
Harvard University Library, see Cambridge, U.S.A. 
Haver stock Hill, Dominican Priory, see London. 
Hawke, Richard, Le Vieux Logis, Vauxbuin par Soissons, Aisne, 

France. 

* Record Searcher. 



ROLL OP MEMBERS 15 

Hawkesyard Priory, Rugeley, Staffordshire, Very Rev. (T. Ambrose 

Smith) Prior, O.P. 

Hayward, Rev. Francis M., Derwent, near Sheffield. 
F Hay ward s Heath, Rev. Mother Prioress, C.R.L., Priory of Our 

Lady of Good Counsel, Sussex. 

Heditch, Rev. Joseph, 3 Burlington Lane, Chiswick, W. 
Herbert, Major General Sir Ivor, Bart., C.B., C.M.G., M.P., Llanarth 

Court, Raglan, Monmouth. 
Herries, The Lady, Everingham Park, York. 
Hewins, William Albert Samuel, M.A., M.P., 15 Chartfield Avenue 

Putney Hill, S.W. 

Holden, Richard, K.S.G., J.P.,Woodfield, Clarence Street, Blackburn. 
F Hook, Very Rev. Paul, Ph.D., President, St Mary s College, Holywell, 

North Wales. 

Hope, Geoffrey Aloysius Eyton, Trinity College, Oxford. 
Hornsey, Very Rev. (J. O Leary, D.D.) Prior, C.R.L., Austin Canons, 

12 Womersley Road, N. 

Howell, Mrs David, Rose Hill, Penzance, Cornwall. 
Huddleston, Denys Lawlor, J.P., Sawston, Cambridgeshire. 
Hull Public Library (William F. Lawton, Librarian), Albion Street, 

Hull. 

Humble, Mrs. John, Forebridge, Stafford. 

Hunnybun, William Martin, M.A., 62 Oakley Street, Chelsea, S.W. 
Hussey- Walsh, Valentine, 16 Avenue du Trocadero, Paris, France, 
lies, Very Rev. Daniel Canon, L.D., R.I. P. 

Jarrett, Rev. Bede, O.P., M.A., S.T.L., St Dominic s Priory, South 
ampton Road, Haverstock Hill, N.W. 

Jerningham, Henry William Stafford, J.P., Costessey Park, Norwich. 
F Jerningham, Sir Hubert E. H., K.C.M.G., J.P., F.S.A., Longridge 

Towers, Berwick-on-Tweed, Northumberland. 
John Rylands Library, see Manchester. 

Jones, Evan Davies, J.P., 6 Addison Road, Kensington, W. 
Kendal, Mrs, Brandreth House, Parbold, near Southport, Lanes. 
Kendal, Miss (Teresa), 214 Deepdale Road, Preston. 
Kennard, Rt Rev.Monsignor Canon, "Westleigh", Burnham.Somerset. 
Kensington Public Library, see London. 

F Keogh, C. George Neal, 12 Girdler s Road, West Kensington, W. 
Kerr, Admiral of the Fleet Lord Walter, G.C.B., J.P., 58 Cromwell 

Road, S.W. 

Kirby, Edmund, Overdale, Oxton, Birkenhead. 
Klincksieck, Monsieur (for the Bibliotheque Nationale), Paris, cjo 

Messrs Simpkin, Marshall 6- Co., 2-8 Orange Street, W.C. 
F Knill, Alderman Sir John, Bart., K.C.S.G., South Vale House, 

Blackheath, S.E. 
Lancaster Public Library (James M. Dowbiggin, Librarian), Storey 

Institute, Lancaster. 
Langdale, Major Philip, J.P., Houghton Hall, Sancton R.S.O., 

Yorks. 
FLangton, Francis Albert Romuald, 48 Egerton Gardens, South 

Kensington, S.W. 

Lanherne, Rev. Mother Prioress, O.C.D., St Columb, Cornwall. 
Leeds, Rt Rev. (Dr Cowgill) Bishop of, Bishop s House, Leeds. 
Leeds Public Libraries (Thomas W. Hand, City Librarian), Central 

Public Library, Leeds. 



6 ROLL OF MEMBERS 

Leeming, James Whiteside, J.P., Greaves House, Lancaster. 
Leese, Colonel William Francis, V.D., 17 Carlton Road, Ealing, W. 
Limerick, Right Rev. (Dr O Dwyer) Bishop of, The Palace, Corbally, 

Limerick. 

Lindsay, Leonard C., F.S.A., 22 Chester Square, S.W. 
Lindsay, William Alexander, K.C., J.P., M.A., F.S.A., Windsor 

Herald, College of Arms, E.G. 
Lisbon, Portugal. English College, Rt Rev. (Mgr James V. Warwick) 

President. 
Liverpool, Most Rev. (Dr Whiteside) Archbishop of, Archbishop s 

House, St Domingo Road, Liverpool, N. 
Liverpool Public Library (George T. Shaw, Librarian), William Brown 

Street, Liverpool. 
Liverpool. St Francis Xavier s, Very Rev. (Frederick Parry) Rector, 

S.J., Salisbury Street. 

London Antiquaries, Society of, Burlington House, Piccadilly, W. 
London British Museum Library, c/o Messrs Dulau & Co, 37, Soho 

Square, W. 
London Catholic Reference Library (Miss Pauline Willis, Treasurer), 

92 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 

London Constitutional Club Library, Northumberland Avenue, W.C. 
London Fulham Public Library (Walter S. C. Rae, Librarian), 

598 Fulham Road, S.W. 
London Guildhall Library (Bernard Kettle, Librarian), The Guildhall, 

E.G. 
London Hammersmith Public Library (Samuel Martin, Librarian), 

Brook Green Road, W. 
London. Hampstead, N.W. Rev. Mother I.B.V.M., St Mary s 

Convent, England s Lane. 
London. Haverstock Hill, N.W. Very Rev. (Humbert Everest, 

S.T.B.) Provincial O.P.,St Dominic s Priory, Southampton Road. 
London Kensington Public Library (Herbert Jones, Librarian), 

Kensington High Street, W., c/o Messrs Farmer & Sons, Young s 

Library, 179 Kensington High Street, W. 
London. Kensington (South), S.W. Very Rev.(Alphonsus Coventry) 

Provincial O.S.M., St Mary s Priory, 264 Fulham Road. 
London Library (C. T. H. Wright, LL.D., Secretary and Librarian), 

14 St James s Square, S.W. 
London Record Office Library, c/o Messrs Wyman dx Sons, Fetter 

Lane, E.G. 
London Reform Club Library (W. R. B. Prideaux, Librarian), 

Pall Mall, S.W. 
London Westminster Public Library (Frank Pacy, Librarian), 

Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. 

Longstaff, Leonard W., St Kitts, 13 Butler Avenue, Harrow. 
Longueville, Thomas, J.P., Llanforda, Oswestry, Salop. 
Loughnan, Ignatius Hamilton, 383 Viale Giulio Cesare, Rome, Italy. 
Luck, Rt Rev. Mgr Thomas Canon, St Mary s, East Hendred, 

Steventon, Berks. 

Lupton, Rev. Edward, Presbytery, South Shore, Blackpool, Lanes. 
McCabe, Very Rev. Bernard J. Canon, St Hilda s Presbytery, Whitby. 
MacGregor, Mrs, 12 Craven Gardens, Ealing, W. 
McKenna, Miss (Alice), 5 Ashley Gardens, Westminster, S.W. 
Madison, Wis., U.S.A. Wisconsin State Historical Society (Reuben 



ROLL OF MEMBERS 17 

Gold Thwaites, LL.D., Librarian), c/o Messrs Henry Sotheran 

and Company, 140 Strand, W.C. 
Manchester Public Free Library (Charles W. Sutton, M.A., Librarian), 

King Street, Manchester. 

Manchester. John Rylands Library (Henry Guppy, M. A., Librarian). 
Manresa House, Roehampton, S.W., Very Rev. (Charles Blount) 

Rector, S.J. 

Martin, Mrs (T.E.), 6 Wimborne Gardens, Haling, W. 
F Matthews,* John Hobson, 24 Woodfield Road, Ealing, W. 
Mawson, Joseph, 3 Upper Park Road, Hampstead, N.W. 
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Victoria Public Library (E. la T. 

Armstrong, Librarian), do the Agent-General of Victoria, 

Melbourne Place, Strand, W.C. 
Menevia, Rt Rev. (Dr Mostyn) Bishop of, Bishop s House, Wrexham 

North Wales. 

Mcynell, Edgar, Old El vet, Durham. 
Middelton, Marmaduke F., c/o Messrs Newsam & Gott, North British 

Buildings, East Parade, Leeds. 
Middlesbrough. Right Rev. (Dr Lacy) Bishop of, Bishop s House, 

Middlesbrough. 
Middlesbrough Public Library (Baker Hudson, Librarian), 

Middlesbrough. 

Miiner, Rev. Henry F., St Joseph s College, Upholland, near Wigan. 
Mitchell Library, see Glasgow. 

Moorat, Samuel, 25 Pembroke Gardens, Kensington, W. 
Moriarty, Vy Rev. Ambrose Canon.D.D., Bishop s House, Shrewsbury. 
Mostyn, of Talacre, Lady, Talacre, Prestatyn R.S.O., Flintshire. 
Mount St Bernard s Abbey, near Coalville, Leicestershire, Very Rev. 

(Lewis Carew) Superior, O.C.R. 
Mount St Mary s College, near Chesterfield, Very Rev. (Patrick 

L. Wolfe) Rector, S.J. 

Mumford, Charles E., 19 Ivanhoe Road, Liverpool. 
Munich, Charles J., K.S.G., F.R.Hist.S, 8 Achilles Road, West 

Hampstead, N.W. 

Myerscough, Rev. Thomas, St Joseph s, Rigby Street, Preston. 
Namur, Belgium. Rev. Superioress General, Convent of Notre Dame. 
National Library of Ireland, see Dublin. 
Nevill, Henry, Caixa, Pernambuco, Brazil. 
Newberry Library, see Chicago. 
Newcastle Public Libraries (Basil Anderton, Librarian), New Bridge 

Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Newdigate, Alfred, M.A., 27 Clarendon Square, Leamington. 
New England Historic Genealogical Society, see Boston. 
New Hall, Rev. Mother Prioress, C.R.S.S., Chelmsford. 
New South Wales Public Library, see Sydney. 
Newton-Howes, Robert William, British Honduras Railways, Stann 

Creek, British Honduras. 
New York Historical Society (Robert H. Kelly, Librarian), 170 

Central Park West, New York City, U.S.A., (Messrs B. F. Stevens 

and Brown) . 
New York Public Library (J. S. Billings, Librarian), Aston Library 

Building, 40 La Fayette Place, c/o Messrs B. F. Stevens & Brown, 

4 Trafalgar Square, W.C. 

* Municipal Archivist and Record Searcher. 



1 8 ROLL OF MEMBERS 

New York State Library, see Albany. 
F Norfolk, The Duke of, E.M., K.G., P.C., Norfolk House, St James s 

Square, S.W., c/o Dr Stewart, The Castle, Arundel. 
Northampton, Rt Rev. (Dr Keating) Bishop of, Bishop s House, 

Northampton. 

O Connor, Rev. Arthur, St Gregory s, Farnworth, Lanes. 
O Farrell, Rev. Francis, Catholic Church, Aldershot. 
Ontario Legislative Library, see Toronto. 
Oratory, see Birmingham. 
Oscott College Library, near Birmingham. 
Ottawa, Canada. Canadian Parliament Library (A. D. Cellas, LL.D., 

and Martin J. Griffin, LL.D., Librarians), c/o Messrs E. J. 

Allen & Son, Ltd., King Edward Mansions, 10 Grape Street, 

Shaftesbury Avenue, W.C. 

Oulton, Lady Abbess of, O.S.B., St Mary s Abbey, Stone, Staffs. 
Oxford. The Bodleian Library (Falconer Madan, M.A., F.S.A., 

Librarian). 
Paine, Rev. Arthur H., M.A., 47 Manchester Street, Manchester 

Square, W. 

Parfitt, J. J., B.A., K.C., Highwood, The Drive, Wimbledon, S.W. 
Paris. BibliothZque Nationale, see Klincksieck. 
Parker, Colonel John W.R., C.B., J.P., F.S.A., Browsholme Hall, near 

Clitheroe, Yorkshire. 
Parkminster Charterhouse, Partridge Green, Sussex, Very Rev. 

(Peter M. Pepin) Prior. 

Pauling, George Craig Saunders, The Lodge, Effingham, Surrey, 
Penketh, Charles Henry, 259 Thomas Street, West Gorton, Man 
chester. 

Penney, Alexander Terasius, 16 Water Lane, Great Tower Street, E.G. 
Pennsylvania Historical Society, see Philadelphia. 
Pennsylvania University Library, see Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A. Pennsylvania Historical Society, 1300 

Locust Street, c/o Messrs B. F. Stevens <S- Brown, 4 Trafalgar 

Square, W.C. 
Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A. Pennsylvania University Library (Morris 

Jastrow, Jun., Librarian), 34th Street and Woodland Avenue. 
Phillips, Rev. George E., Ushaw College, Durham. 
Phillipson, Rev. William A., Postlip Hall, Winchcombe R.S.O., 

Gloucestershire. 

Pilley, Walter, J.P., The Barton, Hereford. 
Pollen, Arthur Hungerford, 69 Elm Park Gardens, South Kensington, 

S.W. 

Pollen, Mrs Hungerford, 157 Victoria Street, S.W. 
F Pollen, Rev. John H-jngerford, S.J., 31 Farm Street, Berkeley 

Square, W. 

Pope, Rev. John O Fallon, S.J., M.A., Pope s Hall, Oxford. 
Powell, Very Rev. Austin, V.F., R.I.P. 

Preston Free Public Library (W. S. Bramwell, Librarian), Preston. 
Preston. St Ignatius , Rev. (Arthur Day) Rector, S.J. 
Princethorpe, Rev. Mother Prioress, O.S.B., near Rugby. 
Princeton Theological Seminary Library (J. H. Dulles, Librarian), 

Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A. 

Radcliffe, Charles A. F., The Old Hall, Stackhouse, Settle, Yorks. 
Radcliffe, Sir Joseph Edward, Bart., Rudding Park, Knaresborough. 






ROLL OF MEMBERS tg 

Radcliffe, Richard Duncan, M.A., F.S.A., 26 Derwent Road, Old 

Swan, Liverpool. 
Ratcliffe College, Very Rev. (Joseph Cremonini) President, I.C., 

near Leicester. 

Record Office Library, see London. 
Reform Club, see London. 

Reynolds, James Philip, J.P., Dove Park, Wool ton, near Liverpool. 
F Riddell, Cuthbert David Giffard, J.P., Swinburne Castle, Barrasford, 

Northumberland. 
Riddell, Edward Charles, J.P., Hermeston Hall, Oldcotes, Rotherham, 

Kinwarton House, Alcester, Warwickshire. 
Riddell-Blount, Major Edward Francis, J.P., Cheeseburn Grange, 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Robertson, Charles, K.S.G., Apsley Paddox, Oxford. 
Robinson, Miss (Elizabeth), c/o B. Grant Holden, Raelan, Green HilL 

Derby. 
Robinson, Wilfrid Clavering, F.R.Hist.S., 13 Wulfhage Straet, Bruges, 

Belgium. 
Rochdale Public Libraries (George Hanson, Librarian), Art Gallery 

and Museum, Rochdale. 

Roehampton, Rev. Mother Superior, Sacred Heart Convent, S.W. 
Rome. BIBLIOTECA APOSTOLICA VATICANA (Rev. J. Ehrle, S.J., 

Librarian), The Vatican (Honorary). 
Rome. Library, Collegio Inglese, Rt Rev. (Mgr Giles) Rector, Via 

Monserrato 45. 

Roskell, Charles John, 6 Vicarage Gate, Kensington, W. 
Ruvigny, Marquis de, 15 Hanover Chambers, Buckingham Street, 

Strand, W.C. 

F St Beuno s College, St Asaph, Flintshire, Very Rev. (Charles Towns- 
end) Rector, S.J. 

St Edmund s House, see Cambridge. 
St Francis Xavier s, see Dublin, Liverpool. 

St Helens (Lanes.). Holy Cross, Rev. (T. S. Baldwin) Rector, S.J. 
St Helens (Lanes.). St Mary s, Lowe House, Rev. (John Ward) 

Rector, S.J. 

St Leonard s-on-Sea, Rev. Mother Superior, Convent H.C.J. 
FSalford, Rt Rev. (Dr Casartelli) Bishop of, St Bede s College, 

Manchester. 

Sands, W. H. B., 15 King Street, Covent Garden, W.C. 
Santley, Sir Charles, K.C.S.G., 13 Blenheim Road, N.W. 
Scott-Gatty, Sir Alfred Scott, K.C.V.O., F.S.A., Garter Principal 

King of Arms, College of Arms, E.G. 
Semmes, Raphael T., Semmes Hardware Co., Savannah, Georgia, 

U.S.A. 

Servite Monastery, see London. 

Sharrock, Very Rev. Thomas Canon, Bishop s House, Salford. 
Sheffield Public Library (Samuel Smith, F.R.Hist. S., Librarian), 

Surrey Street, Sheffield. 

Sheldrake, Harry James, White Barn, Kelvedon S.O., Essex. 
Sheldrake, James Ernest, Farm Hill, Kelvedon S.O., Essex. 
Sheldrake, Willie, White Barn, Kelvedon S.O., Essex. 
F Shipley, Orby, M.A., 39 Thurloe Square, South Kensington, S.W. 
Shrewsbury, Rt Rev. (Dr. Singleton) Bishop of, Bishop s House, 

39 Beresford Road, Birkenhead. 



20 ROLL OF MEMBERS 

Signet Library, see Edinburgh. 

Skeet, Major Francis J.A., Hatfield Regis Grange, Hatfield Broad 

Oak, Essex. 

Skipton. St Stephen s, Rev. (Richard Sharp) Rector, S.J. 
Smith, Mrs. F. Yorke, Boughfield Cottage, Sidmouth, S. Devon. 
F Smith, Alderman John Peter, J.P., Arndene, Barrow-in-Furness. 
Smith, William Abbey, Rosebery Villa, Hutton Avenue, West 

Hartlepool. 

Smith, William Bernard Stanislaus, Belgrano, Westbourne, Bourne 
mouth. 

F Spedding, Carlisle James Scott, 78 Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 
F Spencer, Mrs Seymour, The Birks, Bellingham, Northumberland. 
Stafford Public Library (Thomas Jackson, Librarian), Stafford. 
Stanbrook Abbey, The Lady Abbess, O.S.B., Worcester. 
Stanfield, Rev. Raymund, Convent of the Good Shepherd, Fulham 

Palace Road, Hammersmith, W. 

Stanley-Cary-Caddell , Mrs, 10 Manson Place, South Kensington, S.W. 
Stapleton, Hon. Mrs. Bryan, Earnscliffe, Parkwood Road, Boscombc, 

Bournemouth. 

Stapleton-Bretherton, Frederick, J.P., The Hall, Rainhill, Lanes. 
Stebbing, Very Rev. George, C.SS.R., Rector, St Mary s, Clapham 

Park Road, Clapham, S.W. 

Stevenson, Rev. William, The Presbytery, Kendal. 
Stockport Public Library (R. Hargreaves, Librarian), Stockport, 

Cheshire. 

Stokes, Philip Folliott Scott, 6 Stone Buildings, Lincoln s Inn, W.C. 
Stonyhurst College,Blackburn,Very Rev. (William Bodkin) Rector, S.J. 
Sumner, Francis G., J.P., Roseland, Torquay. 
FSutcliffe, Very Rev. William Ormond Canon, M.A., 7 Howitt Road, 

Hampstead, N.W. 

Swarbreck, Edward Dukinfield, Bedale, Yorkshire. 
Sweeney, Rev. Joseph Dunstan, O.S.B., St John s Priory, South 

Parade, Bath. 

Swift, Rev. Francis J., Holy Trinity Presbytery, Bilston, Staffs. 
Sydney. New South Wales Public Library, c/o Messrs. Truslove 

and Hanson, 153 Oxford Street, W. 
Talbot, Colonel Lord Edmund, M.V.O., D.S.O., M.P., i Buckingham 

Palace Gardens, S.W. 

FTatum, Rev. George B., M.A., St Joseph s, Elm Grove, Brighton. 
Taylor-Smith, Mrs M. E. Piercey, Ralley Park, South Mimms, Herts. 
Teebay, Rev. George, The Rectory, Weld Bank, Chorley, Lanes. 
Teignmouth, Lady Abbess, O.S.B., St Scholastica s Abbey, Devon. 
Tempest, Mrs, Broughton Hall, Skipton-in-Craven, Yorkshire. 
Thomas, Charles Edward, 13 Queen s Square, Bath. 
Thomson, Joseph Charles, Mercat Press, St Giles Street, Edinburgh. 
Toke, Leslie A. St L., Stratton-on-the-Fosse, near Bath. 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Ontario Legislative Library (Avern 

Pardoe, Librarian), c/o Messrs E. G. Allen & Son, King Edward 

Mansions, 14 Grape Street, Shaftesbury Avenue, W.C. 
Torre Diaz, Countess de, 21 Devonshire Place, Portland Place, W. 
Townend,* George Percy, F.S.G., 39 Heidelberg Road, Bradford. 
Towsey, William, i Marlborough Road, N.W. 
Trappes-Lomax, John B., Wood Hall, Skirlaugh, Hull. 

* Genealogist. 



ROLL OF MEMBERS 21 

Trappes-Lomax, Mrs Clayton Hall, Accrington. 

Trappes-Lomax, Richard, J.P., Allsprings, Great Harwood, Blackburn. 

Trinity College Library, see Dublin. 

Turnbull, Philip Bernard, Egton, Penylan Road, Cardiff. 

Turville-Petre, Oswald, J.P., B.A., Bosworth Hall, Rugby. 

Ulster King of Arms Office, see Dublin. 

Urquhart, Francis Fortescue, M.A., Balliol College, Oxford. 

Ushaw College Library, Durham (Rev. Edwin Bonney, Librarian). 

Valladolid, Spain. Very Rev. Rector, Colegio Ingles. 

Vassall-Phillips, Rev. Oliver R., C.SS.R., Bishop Eton, Wavertree, 

Liverpool. 

Vatican Library, see Rome. 

Vaughan, Major Charles Jerome, J.P., The Oaks. Woodford, Essex. 
Vaughan, Col. Francis Baynham, K.C.P., J.P., Courtfield, Ross, 

Herefordshire. 
Vaughan, Rev. Herbert, D.D., Mission House, Brondesburv Park 

N.W. 
FVaux of Harrowden, The Lord, M.A., Harrowden Hall, Welling- 

borough, Northants. 
Venturi, Rev. Pietro Tacchi, S.J., Collegio Pio Latino Americano, 

Prati di Castello, Rome. 
Victoria Public Library, see Melbourne. 
F Wainewright, John Bannerman, 31 Dryden Chambers, 119 Oxford 

Street, W. 

Wake, Philip Kenyon, Handsworth Grange, Sheffield. 
Walmesley, Very Rev. William Canon, Rector, St Joseph s College, 

Upholland, Wigan. 
F Ward, Rt Rev. Monsignor Canon, President, St Edmund s College, 

Old Hall, Ware, Herts. 
Ward, Samuel Francis Bernard, R.I. P. 
Warrington, J. Francis, Walton Grange, Wakefield. 
Washington Library of Congress (Herbert Putnam, LL.D., Litt. D., 

Librarian), Washington, D.C., U.S.A., c/o Messrs Allen 6* Son, 

14 Grape Street, Shaftesbury Avenue, W.C. 
Watson, Charles Gordon, F.R.C.S., 123 Harley Street, W. 
Watson, Rt Rev. Mgr Edward J., M.A., St Charles House, Brent- 
wood, Essex. 

Webb, Edward Doran, F.S.A., Close Gate, Salisbury. 
F Wedgwood, Rowland Henry, M.A., Slindon, Arundel, Sussex. 

Weetman, Henry Charles, Ryall House, Upton-on-Severn, Worcester 
shire. 

Weld, Francis Joseph, 32 Weld Road, Birkdale, Southport. 
F Westminster, His Eminence Cardinal Bourne the Archbishop of, 

Archbishop s House, Ambrosden Avenue, Westminster, S.W. 
Westminster Public Libraries, see London. 
Whitfield, Rev. Joseph L., M.A., Oscott College, Birmingham. 
Wigan Free Public Library (Henry G. Folkard, F.S.A., Librarian). 
F Wilcocks, Horace Stone, M.A., Cheveley, Mannamead, Plymouth. 
F Williams, Alfred, J.P., The Mount, Caerleon, Monmouthshire. 
F Williamson, George Charles, Litt. D., Burgh House, Well Walk, 

Hampstead, N.W. 
Willson, Very Rev. E. Hilary, Prior, O.S.B., Fort Augustus Abbey, 

Inverness. 



22 ROLL OF MEMBERS. 

Wilmot, Hon. Alexander, K.S.G., Cape Town, South Africa. 

Wimbledon Public Library (Henry William Bull, Librarian), Wim 
bledon, S.W. 

F Windle, Sir Bertram C. A., M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., F.S.A., President, 
Queen s College, Cork. 

Wisconsin State Historical Society, see Madison. 

Witham, Philip, Whitmoor House, Sutton Park, near Guildford. 

Wonersh (St John s) Seminary, Rt Rev. (Mgr Doubleday) Rector, 

Wonersh, near Guildford. 
FWood,* Herbert Maxwell, B.A., 5 The Grove, Sunderland. 

Woodruff, Mrs. Cumberland, St David s, Shorncliffe Road, Folke 
stone, Kent. 
FWoollan, Joseph Henry, 42 South Park Road, Wimbledon, S.W. 

Worcester, Mass., U.S.A., Free Public Library (Samuel Swett Green, 
M.A., Librarian), c/o Messrs Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner 6- Co., 
Broadway House, 67-74 Carter Lane, B.C. 

Worsley-Worswick, Major William, J.P., Normanton Hall, Hinckley, 
Leicestershire. 

Worth, Henry George, in Vassall Road, Brixton, S.W. 

Wyndham, Very Rev. Francis M. Canon, M.A., O.S.C., St Mary of 

the Angels, Westmoreland Road, Bayswater, W. 
F York. Rev. Mother, I.B.V.M., St Mary s Convent, Micklegate Bar. 

Young, Smelter Joseph, Westgate House, Worksop. 

* Hon. Secretary, Durham and Northumberland Parish Register Society. 
N.B. Changes of address are to be notified to the Secretary. 



PROGRESS 

THE position of our Society as compared with other Record-printing 
Societies and the dates of foundation will be of interest. These 
Societies, even with a smaller membership, have done and are doing 
valuable work. They deserve more support. 

1904 CATHOLIC RECORDS (i June, 1912) . . . . 390 

1834 Surtees . . . . . . . . Limited to 350 

1869 Harleian . . . . . . . . . . . . 273 

1898 Lancashire Parish Registers .. .. .. 216* 

1888 British Records . . . . . . . . . . 209 

1904 Canterbury and York (Episcopal Registers) . . 208 

1899 Yorkshire Parish Registers 197 

1877 Harleian (Register Section) . . . . . . 173 

1885 Yorkshire Archaeological (Record Series) . . 172 

1898 Durham and Northumberland Parish Register 

Society Limited to 150 

* Exclusive of 32 Subscribers to Furness Registers. 



OBITUARY. 

1905 

F Blount, Sir Edward Charles, K.C.B., 15 March, set. 95. 
Nicholl, Samuel Joseph, 21 March, ait. 78. 
Knight, Rt Rev. Edmund, Bishop of Flavias, 9 June, jet. 67. 
Worsley-Worswick, Colonel Richard Christopher, 9 Dec., act. 69. 

1906 

Mackey, Rev. H. Benedict Canon, D.D., O.S.B., 8 Jan., aet. 60. 
Gradwell, Rt Rev. Mgr Robert, 16 May, set. 80. 
F Sayles, Lewis Charles, 17 Nov., set. 64. 

Arundellof Wardour, John Francis Arundell,i2th Baron, 26 Oct.,set.74. 

1907 

Herbert, Major Edmund, 20 Feb., aet. 84. 
Liverpool, Cecil George Savile Foljambe, ist Earl of, P.C., F.S.A., 

23 March, aet. 60. 

F Gibson, Rev. Henry, 7 March, aet. 80. 
Hayes, Rev. James, S.J., 28 May, set. 67. 
Grissell, Hartwell de la Garde, K.C.P., 10 June, set. 67. 
Collingridge, Rev. Charles P. F., 26 July, aet. 63. 
Forbes-Leith, Rev. James, S.J., 25 Oct., aet. 73. 
Wyatt-Davies, Ernest Reuter, 26 Oct., aet. 45. 

1908 
F Threlfall, Henry Singleton, 8 Feb., aet. 53. Bequeathed reversion 0/^500. 

Warrington, John, 18 April, set. 87. 

Radcliffe, Sir Joseph Percival Pickford, 3rd Baronet, K.C.S.G., 

27 April, aet. 83. 
FDewar, Captain James Cumming, K.M., K.H.S., 29 April, aet. 51. 

Allen, Rt Rev. Samuel Webster, Bishop of Shrewsbury, 13 May, aet. 64. 

Woodroffe, James Tisdall, K.C.S.G., 3 June, aet. 70. 

Day, Rt Hon. Sir John Charles, P.C., 13 June, set. 81. 
F Herries, Marmaduke Francis Constable-Maxwell, i4th and ist Baron, 
5 Oct., aet. 71. The first President. 

Chase, Rev. Charles Rose, M.A., 27 Nov., set. 65. 

Hovenden, Robert, F.S.A., 23 Nov., aet. 78. 

Nevile, (Mrs) Mildred Frances, 24 Dec., aet. 58. 

1909 

Brand, James, K.C.S.G., 15 Jan., aet. 77. 

Crook, Rt Rev. Mgr John Edward Canon, 2 March, set. 71. 
F Bodenham-Lubienski, Count Louis Pomian, 19 March, set. 56. 

Mostyn, William, 25 March, aet. 85. 

Cary-Elwes, Valentine Dudley Henry, 16 June, set. 76. 
FScrope, Simon Conyers, 16 June, aet. 51. 

Ripon, George Frederick Samuel Robinson, istJVlarquess of, K.G. 
9 July, set. 81. 

Jordan, Rev. Andrew, 27 July, aet. 44. 
F Humble, John, 29 July, aet. 83. 

Saunders, (Miss) Sarah, 15 Sept., aet. 73. 

Hanmer, Anthony John, 2 Nov., aet. 92. 

Chamberlayne, Major Tankerville James, 16 Dec., aet. 66. 



I OBITUARY. 

I 

1910 

Powell, Vy Rev. Austin, V.F., 10 Aug., aet. 68. 
Walton, Hon. Mr Justice (Sir Joseph), 12 Aug., aet. 64. 
Beesley, Rt Rev. Mgr. John, 18 Oct., aet. 76. 

1911 

Gordon, Rt Rev. William, Bishop of Leeds, 7 June, at. 79. 
Gordon, Very Rev. James Watson Canon, 29 July, aet. 73. 
Payne, John Orlebar, M.A., 10 Oct., aet. 75. 
Norris, Very Rev. John, Cong. Orat., D.D. , 18 Oct., set. 68. 
Greenway, Edward Maurice, 4 Dec., aet. 71. 

1912 

Washbourne, Robert Beale, 9 Jan., set. 75. 
lies, Very Rev. Daniel Canon, L.D., i Feb., aet. 56. 
Ward, Samuel Francis Bernard, 15 July, aet. 60. 



NOTICES 

VOLUMES were posted to those entitled to them IX on ^th July, 1911, 
and X with XI on 2gth Dec., 1911. 

Members are requested to call the attention of their friends to 
the Society and its work. A copy of the current subscription form 
is enclosed to members this year, in case they desire to introduce a 
friend. It shows also how back numbers are procurable, by members 
desiring to complete a set ; but it must be clearly understood that it is 
liable to alteration without notice. 

Transcripts of interesting unpublished documents ready for the 
press, together with the loan of the originals for the purpose of collation, 
are invited. It is desired always to have material for half a dozen 
volumes ready for printing, as special donations for printing may enable 
the output of work to be increased. 

Offers of help in transcribing documents, especially in the 
Public Offices in London, where the greater part of the documents 
relating to the country are stored, are invited. Parish priests are 
especially invited to provide exact copies of old registers in their custody, 
or give facilities for this being done. 

Members desirous of paying through their bankers can be supplied 
with a " Banker s Order," on application to the Bursar or Secretary. 



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