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Andrew Farmiloe October 2016

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    51 According to Diana Farmiloe's recollection Unternahrer, Diana Monica Maria (I1656)
     
    52 According to Donna Sinclair, he was in San Francisco after a large fire and worked in the rebuilding. Farmilo, John Todd (I866)
     
    53 According to Hazel Farmiloe: Henry was known as "the Badger"; after the death of his wife, he lived with his housekeeper (?) with whom he had four (?) children who took the name Farmiloe. Hazel and Leslie visited this family in the early 1960s (?) and they were living in very reduced circumstances. They had received nothing from Henry's estate which was inherited by the daughters. It seems Leslie tried to get the daughters to help but they refused.

    Now we have a postscript. Hilary Farmiloe came to the 10th Farmiloe Reunion in 2005. She is a granddaughter of Henry John Farmiloe and supplied information about his descendants. 
    Farmiloe, Henry John (I58)
     
    54 According to Mr Smetham, the GRO death entry states that Thomas died at Horsley aged 16 months, son of Ellen Farmilo. It is presumed that this is the same Ellen recorded in the IGI. Farmilo, Thomas (I1070)
     
    55 According to the 1901 census Farmiloe, Ernest (I52)
     
    56 According to the 1901 census Meakin, Harriet Evelyn (I1386)
     
    57 Actual date of birth is mentioned in the GRO death index Farmiloe, Peter Lewis (I69)
     
    58 Address at death is given in the death certificate: 93 Fairholt Road, Stoke Newington. Hart, Henry (I1614)
     
    59 Address for Dr Joseph Farmiloe found in Yellow Pages via Google; assumed to be the same Joseph Farmiloe. Farmiloe, Joseph Jr. (I1122)
     
    60 Adult baptism. Farmilough, Cornelius (I1088)
     
    61 Advertisements appeared on16 and 18 June 1936 (see copy) and again in 18 June 1954 T & W Farmiloe (I1301)
     
    62 Age (45) and place of birth is given in the 1841 census entry. Hart, Joseph (I1616)
     
    63 Age at death 63 Farmelo, Thomas (I1099)
     
    64 Age calculated from age (22) at death. Farmilo, Samuel (I1081)
     
    65 Age given on MI Farmiloe, Joseph (I1653)
     
    66 Age gleaned from the Olb Bailey report of conviction. Farmillo, Susannah (I1599)
     
    67 Aged 63 Farmelo, Thomas (I1099)
     
    68 Aged 74. Bush, Elizabeth (I893)
     
    69 Alfred (aged 15) appears in the 1881 Census as a boarder at this school (now a Grant-Maintained School which has moved to East Finchley). He was there with his brothers Alfred and Ernest. George Paine was the Master-in-Charge. The boys came from from not only Middlesex but a wide range of places including Yorkshire, Lancashire, Wales, East Anglia, Ireland, India British Guiana and Cape Colony. Farmiloe, Alfred (I51)
     
    70 Alice (aged 15) appears in the 1881 Census as a pupil at a small girls' boarding school, with her sister Ethel (12). Elizabeth Thomas (52) was the Principal; her sister Maria Thomas, an Artist, also lived there. Ellen Broadbent (49) was described as the Principal's Partner and as Governess. There were three other staff and a total of twelve pupils aged between 20 and 14. There were a Cook and two Housemaids. Farmiloe, Alice Emilie (I37)
     
    71 All information from ancestry.com. it seems likely he was the brother of Edwin Farmiloe (#1611). Farmiloe, George H (I1610)
     
    72 All information is from ancestry.com. It seems likely he was the brother of George H Farmiloe (#1610). Farmiloe, Edwin (I1611)
     
    73 All information provided by Janet Heskins. Farmilough, Wm (I1089)
     
    74 All Saints Church, the Anglican church in Rome, has an interesting history. For over 160 years, starting from 1816, Anglican worship has been offered regularly in Rome by clergy of the Church of England. A Roman a villa stood once on the site of the church which belonged to Sextus Africanus - a colleague of Osterius Scapula, who became Governor of Britain in 50 AD. Farmiloe's chaplaincy coincided with an extraordinary one-woman enterprise in aid of church funds: the marmalade making of Mrs Pazzi. Her achievement must be recorded not only for its intense Englishness, but also because she had the proceeds devoted to the endowment, in London, of the Chaplaincy. Between 1927 and 1956 (by which date she was over 75) and with a break only during the war, she made and sold more than three tons (6,900 lbs), realizing some 150 pounds Sterling to be invested.
    [This text was adapted from the history of All Saints' Church, Rome by David Palmer (Rome. July 1978, Augusts of 1979, 1980 & 1981. Courtesy of :http://www.allsaintsrome.org/WorldWars.html]
    [copyright permission sought: email 24/12/2012] 
    Farmiloe, Ven. William Thomas (I45)
     
    75 Almost every kind of genealogical source is relevant to a One-Name Study, as are some sources which are not normally considered to be "genealogical". As a check-list, think about the following classes of data, initially concentrating on indexed sources:

    Vital Records: Births, Marriages and Deaths of course, but also baptisms, burials, adoptions and divorces. Post Mortem Inquests. Monumental Inscriptions. Bastardy examinations. Wills and Administrations.
    Place data: censuses, street directories, telephone directories, Electoral Rolls, property deeds, militia lists, tithe records, glebe terriers, manorial records.
    Educational data: school records, university alumni, degree lists.
    Occupational data: censuses again, apprentice records, military records, trades directories (many of which are online ), professional directories, Livery Companies, Manorial records.
    Mobility data: Settlement Certificates, immigration (e.g. Castle Garden , Ellis Island ), emigration, ships passenger lists, aliens registration and naturalisation records.
    Taxation records: Lay subsidies, Poll Tax, Hearth Tax, Window Tax, Land Tax, Death Duties.
    Other life events: Criminal and Court records, Poor Law records, Workhouse records, Official Gazettes , Newspapers, religious records, patent records.
    Heraldic records: Official (College of Arms), unofficial (Burke's General Armory), Heralds' visitations
    Assembled biographies, pedigrees and histories
    Photographs
    Maps 
    FARMILOE ONS USA (I1427)
     
    76 Although there is a birth record, the burial gives the age of death as 9 months; this needs to be verified. Farmiloe, Mary Ann (I43)
     
    77 Although this Corneliius is indexed under the "Farmiloe" with an "e" spelling, the author believes this person is the same Cornelius as recorded in the other facts FARMILO, Cornelius (I264)
     
    78 An advertisement appeared on 17th November in the Glocester Journal inviting applications for the post of schoolmaster in Arlingham. Farmiloe, William (I1)
     
    79 An IGI entry. Additional information from E. Simon(see father):
    Surname spelling: the "e" is added. "Henry" was second baptismal name. Married Mary Sophia Leet 
    FARMILOE, George Henry (I451)
     
    80 An Indenture dated 23 May 1895 records that James Farmiloe entered into partnership with his brothers Thomas, William, John and George to establish a formal partnership to carry on business as lead manufacturers at the Island Lead Mills, Island Row, Limehouse with effect from 1 January 1895. The deed records that the business had been carried on for some time before that. It would appear that James was the senior or majority partner and was to be the Manager of the business. Farmiloe, Thomas (I14)
     
    81 An Indenture dated 23 May 1895 records that James Farmiloe entered into partnership with his brothers Thomas, William, John and George to establish a formal partnership to carry on business as lead manufacturers at the Island Lead Mills, Island Row, Limehouse with effect from 1 January 1895. The deed records that the business had been carried on for some time before that. It would appear that James was the senior or majority partner and was to be the Manager of the business. Farmiloe, George (I15)
     
    82 An Indenture dated 23 May 1895 records that James Farmiloe entered into partnership with his brothers Thomas, William, John and George to establish a formal partnership to carry on business as lead manufacturers at the Island Lead Mills, Island Row, Limehouse with effect from 1 January 1895. The deed records that the business had been carried on for some time before that. It would appear that James was the senior or majority partner and was to be the Manager of the business. Farmiloe, William (I16)
     
    83 An Indenture dated 23 May 1895 records that James Farmiloe entered into partnership with his brothers Thomas, William, John and George to establish a formal partnership to carry on business as lead manufacturers at the Island Lead Mills, Island Row, Limehouse with effect from 1 January 1895. The deed records that the business had been carried on for some time before that. It would appear that James was the senior or majority partner and was to be the Manager of the business. Farmiloe, James (I19)
     
    84 An Indenture dated 23 May 1895 records that James Farmiloe entered into partnership with his brothers Thomas, William, John and George to establish a formal partnership to carry on business as lead manufacturers at the Island Lead Mills, Island Row, Limehouse with effect from 1 January 1895. The deed records that the business had been carried on for some time before that. It would appear that James was the senior or majority partner and was to be the Manager of the business. Farmiloe, John (I20)
     
    85 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Farmiloe, A.D.J. (I72)
     
    86 Ann appears in the 1841 census listing Ann (I1648)
     
    87 Annie wrote to her father on 26 June 1883 from the Girls Collegiate School. She was going up for the Cambridge examination. She had "the boys" to tea on the previous Saturday. [copy held] Farmiloe, Annie Harriette (I57)
     
    88 Appears in IGI as father of Marie Augustine Samain Samain, Jean Francois (I1495)
     
    89 Appears in IGI as father of Marie Augustine Samain Samain, Jean Francois (I1691)
     
    90 Appears in IGI as father of Remi Joseph Huchon Huchon, Bauduin (I1493)
     
    91 Appears in IGI as father of Remi Joseph Huchon Huchon, Bauduin (I1689)
     
    92 Appears in IGI as mother of Elisabeth Discart Neusy, Antoinette (I1485)
     
    93 Appears in IGI as mother of Elisabeth Discart Neusy, Antoinette (I1684)
     
    94 Appears in IGI as mother of Marie Augustine Samain Urbain, Anne Joseph (I1496)
     
    95 Appears in IGI as mother of Marie Augustine Samain Urbain, Anne Joseph (I1692)
     
    96 Appears in IGI as mother of Remi Joseph Huchon Pontier, Marie Ignace (I1494)
     
    97 Appears in IGI as mother of Remi Joseph Huchon Pontier, Marie Ignace (I1690)
     
    98 Appears in Who's Who

    STEWART, Sir Ronald (Compton), 2nd Bt cr 1937, of Stewartby, co. Bedford;
    Born 14 Aug. 1903; s of Sir (Percy) Malcolm Stewart, 1st Bt, OBE, and Cordelia (d 1906,) d of late Rt Hon. Sir Joseph Compton Rickett, DL, MP; sfather, 1951; m 1936, Cynthia, OBE, JP (d 1987), d of Harold Farmiloe; died 26 Jan. 1999
    DL; Chairman, London Brick Co. Ltd, 1966–79
    Education
    Rugby; Jesus College, Cambridge. High Sheriff of Bedfordshire, 1954, DL 1974
    Heir
    none
    Address
    Maulden Grange, Maulden, Bedfordshire MK45 2AU 
    Stewart, Sir Ronald Compton (I1642)
     
    99 Arrival at San Francisco: Dec 1928; age 26 years; port of departure: Honolulu, Hawaii; ship name: Matsonia; birth place: Rockford, Illinois Farmiloe, Elbert (I1196)
     
    100 Arrived in Boston, Massachusetts on 22 August 1937; aged 60 years; ethnic background: Dutch; birthplace: Amsterdam, Hollandport of departure: Liverpool; ship: Laconia Farmiloe, Constance Eveline (I1195)
     

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