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1872. [City of London, Goldsmith.

Nov. 30. John Andrew Sharp, Solicitor, aged 48, son of \V. H. S., deceased, of the

,, „ Oscar Augustus Ullithorne, aged 41, second son of Charles More U., of

[Red Lion Square, Middlesex, Solicitor, deceased.

1873-

Jan. 13. Arthur Elley Finch, Attorney and Solicitor, aged 53, second son of |ohn

[F., of Woburn Place, Middlesex, Esq.

Mar. 1. Richard Stephens Taylor, the younger, Solicitor, aged 31, only son of

[Richard Stephens T., of Gray's Inn, Solicitor.

Ai)ril 24. Joseph Augustus Hellard, Solicitor, aged 35, second surviving son of

[Charles Bettesworth H., of Portsmouth, co. Southampton, Solicitor.

May 3. William Arthur Tooke, of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, aged 29, only

[son of Arthur William T., deceased, of Pinner Hill, Middlesex, Solicitor.

., 26. William Thomas Waite, Mathematical Teacher, aged 35, second son of

[William W., Esq., of Reading, Berks.
July 22. John Hillyer Tozer, aged 45, second son of John Chappell T., late of

[Teignmouth, Devon, Solicitor.

,, 29. Benjamin Starling, Solicitor, aged 60, son of William S., of Camberwell,

Surrey, gent. [Clerk of Bristol.

Nov. 4. Daniel Travers Burges, Solicitor, aged 34, eldest son of Daniel B., Town

,, 7. Joseph Dale, the younger, Attorney-at-La\v and Solicitor, aged 31, eldest son

[of Joseph Langham D., of Furnival's Inn, Middlesex, Solicitor.

„ 8. Joseph St. Clair Mayne, of King's Inns, Dubhn (Trinity, 1873), and of

Trinity College, Dublin, aged 27, eldest son of James Arthur M., of

[Aughnamallagh, co. Monaghan, Solicitor.

„ 12. Ralph Herbert Barnes Hotchkin, B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge, only

[son of Rev. Robert Charles Herbert H., Rector ofThimbleby, co. Lincoln.

„ 20. John Frederic Trotter, of the Commissariat Department, and late Captain

of the nth Regiment:, aged ^5, youngest son of the late Alexander T.,

[Esq., of Sydenham Chase, co. Gloucester.

Dec. 22. William Tindal Perkins, Attorney and Solicitor, aged 38, third surviving son

[of Rev. Benjamin Robert P., of Wotton-under-Edge, co. Gloucester, clerk.

,, 31. Charles Lowe, M.A., Edinburgh University, some time Student of Jena,

[aged 25, only son of Charles L., of Brechin, co. Forfar, farmer.

1874.

Jan. 10. John Joseph Francis, H.M. Inspector of Irish National Schools, aged 34,

[eldest son of William Francis Aylward, late of the city of Dublin, deceased.

„ 17. Edward Cant- Wall, aged 24, second surviving son of George Favell Cant,

gent., of Hornsey, Middlesex. [gent.

,, 24. Frederick. Huxley, aged 26, only son of James H., of the city of Manchester,

Feb. 15. John Perry Godfrey, Attorney and Solicitor, aged 36, eldest son of John G.,

[of Liverpool, co. Lancaster, retired Solicitor.

Mar. 14. Thomas Maxwell Wn ham. Special Pleader and Conveyancer, and Draftsman

in Equity, under the Middle Temple certificate, aged 37, eldest son of Sir

[Charles W., Knight of Higham, Suffolk, R.N.

,, 27. Thomas Henry Bolton, Solicitor, aged 33, son of Thomas B., late of

[Islington, Middlesex, gent.
April iS. Miles Walker Mattinson, journalist, aged 19, only son of Thomas M., late

[of Newcastleon-Tyne, draper, deceased.
May 6. Thomas Henry Neal, Attorney and Solicitor, aged 36, third son of William

[N., of Kingsdon, co. Somerset, Esq.



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1874.

May 7. Ernest Chester Thomas, of Trinity College, Oxford, late of Lincoln's Inn,
aged 23, eldest son of John T., of Medlock Hall, Ashton-under-Lyne, co.

[Lancaster, accountant.

28. John Burham Safford, aged 31, second son of John Burham S., of Long-

[croft Hall, Tring, Herts, gent., deceased.

Oct. 1 9. Charles Mont.\gue Lush, of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, aged 20, third surviving

son of Hon. Mr. Justice L., one of the Justices of the Court of Queen's

[Bench.

,, 31. Frederick Cooper Willis, aged 17, eldest son of Edward Cooper W., of 50,

[Chancery Lane, Middlesex, Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple.

Nov. 6 Samuel Newman, Solicitor, aged 49, second surviving son of John N., of

[High Wycombe, Bucks, Esq.

„ „ James Traill Christie, of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, son of

Jonathan Henry C, of 9, Stanhope Street, Hyde Park Gardens, Middlesex,

[Barrister-at-Law.
„ 9. John Charles Lewis Coward, of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, aged
22, eldest son of Rev. John Henry C, of 86, St. George's Square,
[Middlesex (Clerk in Holy orders).
„ 21. James Hanna, B.A., Queen's University, aged 23, second surviving son of
[William H., of Lisburn, co. Antrim, merchant.
„ 26. Andrew Thomas Turion Peterson, of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-
Law, aged 61, only son of Henry P., of Wakefield, co. York, Esq.,

[deceased.

1S75. [G., of 3 Gray's Inn Square. Middlesex, Solicitor.

Jan. 5. Robert Heale Gamlen, Attorney and Solicitor, aged 36, eldest son of Robert

„ 9. William Edmund Ball, LL.B., London, Classical and Mathematical Tutor,

aged 21, second son of Joseph Lancaster B., of Torquay, Devon,

[Wesleyan Methodist Minister.

„ „ Arthur Henry B.\tes, B.A., Queen's University, Ireland, aged 21, seventh son

[of John B., deceased, late of Belfast, co. Antrim, Solicitor.

„ 21. Alfred Herbert Lush, of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, aged 20, elder son of

[John Alfred L., M.D., of Fisherton Flouse, Wilts, M.P.

Mar. 4. Henry Morgan Nash, Attorney and Solicitor, aged 22, only son of Henry

[Shuter N., of Clifton, city 'of Bristol, Esq.
April 12. William Foot Husb.\nd, aged 30, only son of William Mitchell H, of
St. Helier, Island of Jersey, Esq. [of Fulnagardy, co. Down, Esq.

„ [4. James Alexander Boyle McConnell, aged 18, eldest son of Hugh M.,
„ 28. Edward Charles McCraw, of King's Inns, Dublin, and of Queen's
University, Ireland, aged 40, eldest son of J. D. M., of Perth, Scot-
land, deceased.
„ 30. Henry Elliott Chevalier Kitchener, of the Staff College, Farnham,
Lieut. 46th Regt., aged 28, eldest son of Henry Horatio K., of Dinan,
[Brittany, France, Col. late 9th Regt.
May 4. William Pitt Cobbett, of University College, Oxford, aged 21, eldest son
[of Rev. Pitt C, of Crofton, Hants, Clerk in Holy Orders.
„ 22. Philip Foster Aldred, of Hertford College, Oxford, aged 23, eldest son of
[Rev. John Thomas Foster A., Vicar of Dore, co. Derby.
June I. John Walter Huddleston He.\th, aged 22, third surviving son of Nicholas

[William H., F.R.C.S. Ireland, deceased.



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1875-

June 2. Stuart M.\c.\skie, aged 22, eldest son of Geo. M., of Berwick-on Tweed,

newspaper proprietor. [caster, jeweller, deceased.

„ 5. Joshua Slater, aged 34, third son of John S., late of Manchester, co. Lan-

„ 12. Jason Smith, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, aged 39, eldest son of Jason

[S., Esq., deceased.
Vincent Brown, aged 19, second son of Joseph B., of Trinidad, West Indies,

[merchants' managing clerk.

Richard John Villiers, Attorney and Solicitor, aged 25, eldest son of John

[Fitzpatrick V., late of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law.

Charles Alfred Russell, B.A., London University, aged 20, second son of

[John Archibald R., Q.C., Bencher of this Society.

William Mountford Kinsey Vale, aged 42, a Member of Executive Council,

Victoria, formerly a bookseller, eldest son of late John V., of Castlemaine,

[Colony of Victoria, Australia, deceased.

William Henry Spackman, aged 26, youngest son of John S., late of Brad-

[ford-on-Avon, Wilts, gent., deceased.

Henry Marmaduke Hewitt, classical lecturer at New College, London, M.A.

St. John's Cambridge and University of London, aged 32, eldest son of

[Cornelius H., of Kingston-upon-Hull, gent.

Henry George Watts, of Oriel College, Oxon, aged 23, fifth surviving
[son of William Henry W., of Westbourne Park, Middlesex, journalist.

^\'ILLIAM Tyndall Barnard, aged 20, elder son of William Tyndall B., of

[Islington, Middlesex, Barrister-at-Law.

John Gordon, B.A., Queen's University, Ireland, aged 25, eldest son of Samuel

[G., of Shankhill House, co. Down, gent.

Thomas Speechly, Registrar of the City of London Court, aged 40, eldest

[son of Thomas Kelful S., of Whittlesey, co. Cambridge, Esq.

George Francis Waters, B.A., University of Dublin, aged 22, eldest son of

[George W., of Dublin, Q.C.

Lionel Ferneaux Knipe Hill, of New Coll., Oxford, aged 19, second son of
Rev. Wm. Alfred H., M.A., Vicar of Throwley, Kent, and Barrister-at-

[Law.

Reinhold Gregorowsri, B.A., University of Cape of Good Hope, aged 19,

fifth son of Reinhold G., of Somerset East, Cape of Good Hope, Mis-

[sionary of the London Society.

., 22. Gustavus Edwin Born, aged 27, second son of David B., of Berlin, Esq.

,, 29. George Horton Sheppard, of Clare College, Cambridge, fourth son of the late

[John Horton S., of Towcester, co. Northampton.

Mar. 4. John Timp.rell Pierce, of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, aged 44,

eldest son of James Parker P., late of Clifton Lodge, Highgate Road,

[Middlesex, Esq., J. P.
May II. William Simon, of St. Andrew's University, aged 20, fourth son of James S.,

[of Stirling, gent.

„ 15. Charles Paget Moore, Associate, King's College, aged 18, eldest son of

[Charles William M., of Tewkesbury, co. Gloucester, Solicitor.

17. Arthur Warren Samuels, B.A., Dublin University, Solicitor and Proctor,
aged 23, second son of Arthur S., of Langara, Kingstown, co Dublin,

[Solicitor.



1876,
Jan



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1876.

May 18. George Thomas Vauston, LL.B., of Trinity College, Dublin, and a solicitor,

aged 22, second son of John Davis V., of Hildon Park, Rathgar, co.

Dublin, Solicitor. [Calcutta, Ship Builder.

June 12. James CRANSTOtJN, aged 21, eldest son of James C, late of Kidderpore,

„ 14. Hugh William Elcum, of the University of London, aged 18, eldest son of

[Hugh William E., of Upper Hollovvay, Middlesex, Solicitor.

„ 15. Arthur R.aymond Harding, Solicitor, aged 39, son of late James Dufifield

H., of Barnes, Surrey, a member of the Society of Painters in Water

[Colours.

„ 16. Miles Henry Prance, Solicitor, aged 39, elder son of Miles Hammett P.,

deceased, late of Hampstead, Middlesex, Barrister-at-La\v.

„ 28. Thomas Terrell, born July 11, 1852, eldest son of Thomas Hull T., of

Finchley, Middlesex, County Court Judge. [Southsea, Hants.

Oct. 9. Alfred Dunham, aged 23, only son of John D., of Havelock Park,

„ 26. Charles Andrew Pope, of Worcester College, Oxford, aged 19, third son of

Jiimes P., late of Regent's Park, Middlesex, Colonel Bombay Army,

[deceased.

Dec. 16. Walter Lovell, Solicitor, aged 29, eldest surviving son of Charles Henry L.,

T877. [of Gray's Inn Square, Middlesex, Solicitor.

Jan. 10. Courtenav Cracroft Spurrell Fooks, aged 16, third son of William

[Cracroft F., of Dartford Heath, Kent, Q C, Barrister-at-Law.

„ 13. Lorenzo Frederick Pearson, eldest son of William P., of Rock Ferry, co.

Chester, H.M. Civil Service. [merchant.

,, 16. Frank Dodd, aged 19, son of John D., of Rock Ferry, co. Chester, glass

„ 22. Charles AuGU.srus Vansittart Conybeare, B.A., Christ Church, Oxford,

[aged 23, eldest sonof John Charles C, of Tonbridge, Kent, Barrister-at-Law.

,, 27. James Henry Mussen Campbell, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin, aged 25,

[third son of William Mussen C., of Terenure, co. Dublin, Esq.

„ 31. Frederic Thomas Hall, Solicitor, aged 41, third son of Thomas H., late

[of Burslem, co. Stafford, earthenware manufacturer.

Mar. 28. Godfrey Werge Fardell, B.A., aged 24, second son of late Charles F.,

[J. P., D.L., late of Holbech, co. Lincoln.

April 9. Edward Rundi.e Levey, of London University, and a Clerk in the Civil

Service, aged 22, fifth surviving son of George L., late of Camberwell,

[Surrey, Printer.

„ 16. James Walmesley, Classical Master, the College, Highbury, aged 23, eldest

[son of Thomas W., of Ashton, Newton-le-Willows, co. Lancaster, Farmer.

„ „ William Henry Upjohn, aged 23, eldest son of William Bellingham Drew U.,

[of Englefield Road, Middlesex, gent.
„ 24. Henry Cecil Darlington, B.A., Solicitor, aged 38, eldest son of John D.,

[of Bradford, co. York, Solicitor.

May I. Theodore Le Gallais, B.A., Jesus College, Cambridge, son of the late

[John Le G., of La Fevriere, Jersey, Advocate, Royal Court of Jersey.

„ „ Ernest Safford, aged 24, fourth surviving son of John Burham S., of Long-

[croft Hall, Tring, Herts, deceased, of H.M. Civil Service.

June 13. Arthur William A'Beckett, Journalist and Author, aged 31, third surviving

son of the late Gilbert Abbott A., of Hyde Park Gate, Middlesex,

[Barrister-at-Law, and Metropolitan Police ALagistrate.



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1877.

June 15. Robert Hume Gunion, B.A., Lincoln College, Oxford, aged 26, second son

[of Andrew Jeffrey G., late of Greenock, Scotland, Presbyterian Minister.

„ ,; John Leopold Dooley, B.A., Queen's University, Ireland, and of King's

[Lms, Dublin, aged 26, second son of Michael D., of Gahvay, merchant.

July 25. \ViLLi.\M TiMBRELL Elliott, .Solicitor, aged 56, only son of William E.,

[deceased, late of Kentish Town, Middlesex.

Oct. 25. Thomas Trevor White, B..^., Dublin, aged 25, only son of Thomas John

[W., of Kathmines, Dublin, Barrister-at-Law.

„ 31. Robert Weir Brown, Junior Examiner in the Exchequer and Audit

Department, aged 22, second son of John B., of Aubrey Road, Middlesex,

[merchant.

„ „ Andrew Gillman, aged 43, only son of John G., of Portsmouth, R.N.

Nov. 2. Frederick Awdry Brabant, Solicitor, aged 27, sixth son of William Hughes

[B., deceased, late of Hampstead, Middlesex, Solicitor.

Dec. 15. Reginald Ward, Assistant Solicitor to the Metropolitan Board of Works,

youngest son of Rev. Robert W., M.A., deceased, late of Thetford,

1878. [Norfolk.

Jan. 14. William Henry Wilson, B. A., Dublin University and of King's Inns, Dubhn,

[aged 25, younger son of William W., of Dublin, Insurance Agent.

19. John Lovvrv, aged 32, second son of Michael L., of Killismeestha, Queen's

County, Farmer. [China, Solicitor.

„ 26. Edward Robinson, aged 21, eldest son of Alfred Murray R., of Shanghai,

„ „ Atherton Knowles, of St. John's College, Cambridge, aged 19, eldest son

[of Rev. John K., of Luton, Beds.

May 3. Frederick Brian de Malbisse Gibbons, B.A., Gonville and Caius College,

Cambridge, aged 23, eldest son of Henry Frederick G., of 3, Pump Court,

Temple, Barrister-at-law. [town, Barbados, Shipowner.

„ II. William Elliott Lewis, aged 26, eldest son of Thomas L., late of Bridge-

,, 16. Frederick William Batchelor, B.A., Sidney, Sussex College, Cambridge,

aged 22, eldest son of the Rev. Frederick Thomas B., Rector of Jacobstow,

[Cornwall.

,, 17. Reginald Edwin Morris, of Pembroke College, Cambridge, and of the

Inner Temple, aged 23, third surviving son of the Rev. L. S. I\L, Canon

[of Ripon and Rector of Thornton-in-Craven, co York.

„ 21. William Joseph Hamilton, B.A., Dublin University, aged 26, second son

[of James H., of Castle Hamilton, co. Cavan, Esq., J. P., D.L.

„ 29. Henry Charles Richards, aged 26, second son of Frederick R., of

[Hastings, Sussex, Treasurer's Clerk, County Court.

June 28. John Ross, LL.B., Trinity College, Dublin, aged 23, eldest son of the Rev.

Robert R., of Ardfoyle, Derry, co. Derry. [co. Tyrone, gent.

July 3. Andrew Todd, aged 24, fifth surviving son of William T., of Fyfin, Strabane,

Nov. 4. Henry Albert Alcazar, of the London University, aged 18, second son of
John A., of the port of Spain, Trinidad, Manager in a Merchant's Office.

,, ,, David Jouffrov Watson, of the London University, aged 19, third surviving
[son of John W., of West Dulwich, Surrey, M.D.

Nov. 5. Michael Chartrfs MacInerney, of King's Inns, Dublin, aged 28, second
[son of John M., late of Bleakmount House, co. Clare, Esq., deceased.



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187S.

Nov. S. Peter John O'Neill, B.A., Queen's University, Ireland, and of King's Inns,

[aged 33, fourth son of John O., of Deroran, co. Tyrone, farmer.

„ 20. Arthur Edw.^rd Desborough Bourke, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin,

[aged 26, third son of Rev. John B., vicar of Kilmeadon, co. Waterford.

,. ,. "William George Stack, of Trinity College, Dublin, and Her Majesty's

Indian Civil Service, aged 19, third surviving son of George Hall S., of

[Mullaghmore, Omagh, co. Tyrone, barrister.

„ 21. George L.awtie Fagan, of Dublin University, born Nov. 27, 1858, third

surviving son of George Smoult F., late Judge of Small Cause Court,

1879. [Calcutta.

Jan. 3. Benjamin Thomas Bradley Flood, Lieutenant 82nd Regiment of Foot,

aged 28i, eldest son of Frederick L. F., deceased, of the city of Dublin,

[solicitor.

„ 13. John Overend Evans, of London University, aged 34, only surviving son of

[David Owen E., of Higher Broughton, Manchester, gent.

„ 30. Walter Field Hooper, F.R.G.S., F.Z.S., &c., Barrister-at-Law, of the Middle

Temple and Advocate of the High Court, Madras, at Negapatam, aged 43,

[eldest son of Samuel Field H., of Great Marlow, Bucks.

April 9. William Gowland Field, B..A., Corpus Christi Coll., Cambridge, aged 24,

second son of Charles F., of Liverpool, merchant. [India, Pleader.

May 14. Henry Loder Beddy, aged 20, eldest son of Leicester Septimus B., of Agra,

Nov. 3. Francis Watt, aged 30, eldest son of James W., of Haddington, chemist.

„ „ George Yeates Dixon, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin, aged 22, second son of

[George D., late of Dublin, deceased.

„ II. William John Reynolds Pochin, M.A., Sydney Sussex College, Cambridge,

aged zg, eldest son of Rev. William Henry P., of Wornall, co. O.xford,

[Clerk in Holy Orders.

„ 2 1. Thomas Henry John Shadwell, of Queen's College, Oxford, aged 30, only

[son of Cayley S., of Abercorn Place, Middlesex, retired Barrister.

1880.

Jan. 23. William Francis IMadden, Government Clerk, Registrar General's Office,

[Dublin, aged 33, second son of John M., merchant of the city of Limerick.

„ 24. George Grf.y Butler, aged 27, eldest son of Rev. George B., Head Master

of Liverpool College. [Esq., deceased.

„ Edward Clayton, aged 23, fifth son of James C, late of Hornsey, Middlesex,

„ 28. John Lenton Pulling, LL.D., Univ. College, London, aged 44, only son of

John P., of Biackheath, Kent, gent. [Ashmansworth, Hants, farmer.

June 4. Charles Turnley Ellis, aged 23, eldest son of Charles Anthony E., of

„ 7. Timothy Michael Healy, journalist, aged 25, second son of Maurice H.,

[of Banlry, co. Cork, gent.

Nov. 2. Adalbert Ebenezer Hendrickson, of London University, aged 21, only son

of William James H., of the Port of Spain, Trinidad, Clerk of the Peace

for District Courts. [Biackheath, Kent, Barrister-at-Law.

„ „ Reginald Cooper Willis, aged 17, second son of Edward Cooper W., of

„ 20. John Edward Redmond, aged 24, Clerk in Civil Service, eldest son of late

[William Archer R., J. P., of Wexford, deceased.

„ David Graham, aged 26, fourth son of John G., of Airth, co. Stirling, farmer.

„ 29. Richard Re.ader Harris, aged ^i, Civil Engineer, only son of Richard

[Reader H., of Gray's Inn, Barrister.



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Robert Evelyn Hay Murray, M.A., Christ Church, Oxford, aged 29, only
surviving son of Robert Hay M., of Godinton Park, Ashford. Kent,
Esq. [John W., of Port of Spain, Trinidad, merchant.

Louis Anthony Wharton, of London University, aged 19, eldest son of
Valentine Dennis .A.rcher, of University of Oxford, aged 36, third sur-
[viving son of Edward Wiltshire A., late of Barbados, gent., deceased.
James Robert Vernam M.^rchant, M.A., Wadham College, Oxford, As-
sistant Classical Master at St. Paul's School, aged 27, second surviving
son of Rev. Job M., of Upper Kennington Lane, London, Congregational

[Minister.

John Richard Clark Hall, of London University, Clerk in the Local

Governmeni Board, aged 26, only son of James John H., of Streatham,

[Surrey, Principal Clerk in the Custom House.

EusT.\CE Meredith Martin Johnstone, of King's Inns, Dublin, aged 35,

[seventh son of Andiew J., late of Corboy House, co. Longford.

Rouert Byerley Parkes, of the University of London, aged 19, only son of

[Thomas \Villiam P., of Hanwell, Middlesex.

Robert Hamilton Sinclair, Civil Service, Ceylon, aged 28, eldest son of

[Allan S., of Kinraore, Perthshire, clergyman.

William Henry Deverell, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, aged 45,

[eldest son of John D., late of Purbrook Park, Hants, Esq., and of Gray's Inn.

John Watson Moses, aged 31, second son of William M., late of Stockton-

[on-Tees, co. Durham, architect, deceased.

George Knowles Paley, of Christ's College, Cambridge, aged 20, eldest son

[of Rev. Thomas P., of Bournemouth, Hants, Clerk in Holy Orders.

Charles Palmer, B.A., London University, aged 27, eldest son of Job

Richard P., of Highgate, Middlesex, wholesale stationer.

H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, third son of

H.M. Queen Victoria.

James Moriartv, of Trinity College, Dublin, aged 28, eldest son of John M.,

of Mallow, CO. Cork, Solicitor. [Trinidad, merchant.

Albert Innocencio Lack, aged 20, second son of Albert L., of Port of Spain,

Clement Boulton Roylance Kent, of Trinity College, Oxford, aged 21,

[eldest son of Alfred Clement K., of New Brighton, co. Chester, Solicitor.

William Tindal Robertson, F.R.C.P.L. and M.D., Edinburgh, aged 57,

[eldest son of Frederick Fowler R., late of Bath, co. Somerset.

Ernest William Jordan, of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, aged 19, second son of

[Thomas Hudson J., of Manchester, Barrister-at-Law, of Gray's Inn.

Charles Ross Alston, of University College, London, aged 18, sixth son of

[James Calderhead A., of Glasgow, merchant, deceased.

Jonas Waller Studdert, B.A., Dublin University, aged 24, eldest son of

[Charles Washington S., of Crag Moher, co. Clare, J. P.

Classon Porter, B.A., Dublin University, aged 24, youngest son of Rev.

[Classon P., of Lame, co. Antrim.

John Joseph Hayden, of Trinity College, Dublin, aged 23, only son of

[Thomas Hayden, late of Dublin, deceased.

Jon.\than Ernest Pim, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin, aged 23, eldest son of

[Thomas P.. junior, of Monkstown, merchant, co. Dublin.



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jggj [aged 20, fifth son of Rev. John R., of Auchtermuchty, co. Fife.

April 29. Alexander Wood Renton, Law Student, Edinburgh University, M.A., 1881,

Mav S George Coffey, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin, aged 24, third son of James

^ ■ [Charles C, of Dublin, Q.C.

June 17. Henry Edward Duke, aged 27, second son of William Edward D., of

[Princetown, Devon, granite merchant.
Oct. 30. Sidney Webb, of the Colonial Office, aged 23, second son of Charles W., of
[33, Gerard Street, Soho, public accountant.
31. Thom.as Henry Richmond, M.A., Lond. (Owens), B.A. 0.\on (Ch. Ch.),
[aged 29, eldest son of Thomas R., of Sunny Brow, Kendal.
Nov. 4. Ferdinand Leopold Maximilian Percy Firminger, clerk in Paymaster-
General's Office, aged 23, fourth son of Edward Henry Percy F., of

[Ealing, Middlesex.

„ „ Frederick ffolltott Denning, Senior Sophister, Trinity College, Dublin,

aged 20, fifth son of Frederick Benson D., of Tullamore, King's County,

[agent to the Bank of Ireland.

„ 10. Alfred Edward Crawford, of Trinity College, Dublin, aged 21, youngest

[son of Henry C, of White Abbey, Belfast.

„ II. Charles Henry Harris, aged 24, second son of Thomas H., of Taunton,

[Somerset, clothier, deceased.

„ 16. William Patrick Byrne, B.A., University College, London, clerk in Civil

Service, aged 23, third surviving son of the late John B., of Withington,

[co. Lancaster, deceased.

,, 17. Sydney Olivier, B..A.., O.xon., clerk in Colonial Office, aged 23, second son

[of Rev. Henry Arnold O., Rector of Poulshot, Wilts.

„ 23. Edward Darby Vesey, aged 20, second son of Edward V., of the Grange,

,88^. [Knockholt, Kent, of H.M. Paymaster-General's Office.

Jan. 16. George Alexander Banbury, Assistant Colonial Secretary and Treasurer of

[Sierra Leone, &:c., aged 29, second son of Major William B., deceased.

„ 17. Emmanuel Elliott Pollard, aged 27, eldest son of the late Thomas P.,

[of Trinidad, deceased.

„ 18. Bertram Lisle, of Melbourne University aged 33, only son of William

[Beresford Lisle (formerly Orde), of Alnwick, Northumberland, Esq.



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