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1 As pensions expert, he contributed a series of special articles to 'The Naval & Military Record' on pensions & unemployment of ex-servicemen in the aftermath of the war. Garside, Thomas Douglas Hamilton (I075717)
2 Ed. St. Josephs school Nainital. Worked in commerce - Sassoon textile mills. Protegee of businessman & hotelier Sir Ellice 'Victor' Sassoon (1881-1961) and David Sassoon of the Sassoon banking dynasty in India. Pierce, Reginald William (I178353)
3 Joseph-Louis Gill was the White Chief of the Abenakis for over 50 years .  Gill, Joseph Louis (I204695)
4 Lawson's Bay at Vizagapatam was apparently named after him. Lawson, Captain Patrick HEICS (I220724)
5 Married elder son of Robert Taylor Garside & grandson of Thomas Douglas Hamilton Garside-at Conway House, Dunmurry NI which was the home of Sir Milne Barbour,the bride's uncle.

Guests present included Sir Milne Barbour, his nephews James & Paddy Barbour,Helen Reilly Harland nee Barbour (bride's mother), bride's sister, Roy Garside (groom's brother), and the best man in RAF Officer's uniform (name unknown). 
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6 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I177614)
7 Operated on at Endell St Military Hospital then to Kings Lancashire Convalescent Hospital Clifton Park on 15 Jan 1918. Garside, Robert Taylor (I174818)
8 Refs.Jackson Citizen Patriot 30 July 1890, NY Times 23 Jun 1891), & Chicago Tribune 01 Feb 1889. According to his own account he studied & later taught maths & biology. Garside, Thomas Douglas Hamilton (I075717)
9 Uncles of Major Henry Yarde's first wife (Elizabeth Giraud nee Lawson) were John, Benjamin,& Richard Sullivan (through her maternal line) who obtained passage to India with the help of their kinsman Laurence Sulivan (1713-1786) Chairman & Director of the East India Co. who was a friend & supporter of Warren Hastings & knew Richard Barwell of Stanstead Park (1741-1804).Ref. 'Guardians Of The East India Company: The Life Of Laurence Sulivan' by George K McGilvary. Yarde, Major Henry Hon.East India Co. (I196774)
10 Unconfirmed. Died aged 52. His wife was a widow on the 1891 census. Garside, Edmund Edwin (I213596)
11 "A Curious Case Of Assault" took place on 11 May 1829 between Mr Francis Frederick Brereton & Mr Robert Pearson. The hearing took place at The Recorder's Court. Ref. The Pilot "Civil and Religious Liberty", Dublin 24 Aug 1829. Brereton, Francis Frederick (I198758)
12 "Alice" is a widow born 1887, age 35, on her death cert Dewald, Ella L (I050499)
13 "Biographical and Portrait Cyclopedia of Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania Comprising a Sketch of the County" "....Jeremiah B. Keim, was united in marriage with hristiana Miller, a daughter of John and Rebecca Miller, of Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania, on January 20, 1867. By this marriage four children have been born, one of whom is dead. Those living are Perditha, John and Mollie. He was educated in the common schools of Berks county, his opportunities from which were very poor. At the age of eighteen years, he went to Hamburg, Berks county, where he engaged to learn the trade of a miller, but shortly left Hamburg and went to Evansville for a year and a half, where he was employed in a mill, and afterwards to Girardville, Schuylkill county, in 1867, where he drove a delivery wagon for three or four months, and then was employed as an inside clerk for the succeeding three or four years. At the end of this time he went to Reading and became a traveling salesman for a wholesale notion house, which engaged a year of his time, when finally he came back to Girardville and accepted a clerkship in a store. From this business he changed to the butcher trade, then again to the mercantile business in conjunction with A. Bordy, under the firm-name of Keim & Bordy. In 1875 he sold his interest in the store to Mr. Bordy and repaired to Philadelphia to enter the employ of Hicks, Magee & Co. After a stay of about nine months, he again returned to Girardville, and under the employ of Mr. Mervine, conducted a branch store at Ashland for fourteen years. On January 3, 1891, he purchased the American House in Girardville, and has been conducting it successfully ever since. He is a member of Aqua Lodge, No. 737, I.O.O.F.; Patriotic Order Sons of America; Encampment, No. 125; and is also connected as a member with the German Reformed church." Keim, Jeremias B (I165773)
14 "birth dates" for children in this family are from Pennsylvania Births Chester County by John T Humphrey, from Sadbury Monthly Meeting records.
dates are in format dd nth_month year.  
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15 "deserted 20 years ago" reported on marriage license 13 jun 1903  Family F34972
16 "Effenger Dengler, son of George, learned the trade of butcher, which he followed many years. After locating in Birdsboro he engaged in the hotel business, where the "St. Elmo" now stands. He finally sold this property to his son William and retired. He was one of the best known men in the county. His death occurred when he was aged seventy-three years. His wife, whose maiden name was Elmira Ludwig, bore him twelve children, as follows: George, William, Frank, Charles, Effenger, Irvin, Harry, Clara (m. Joseph Hook), Ida (m. William Marshall), Annie (m. William Marquet), Sally (m. Samuel S. Spotts) and Charles (died in infancy). They were reared in the faith of Luther. In his political belief Mr. Dengler was a Republican, and for several terms held the office of councilman. He also served as tax collector, and was ever to the fore in the work of his part. His fraternal connections were with the I. O. O. F., of Reading."  Dengler, Effinger (I199893)
17 "From information available in the files of the Register of Wills office in Schuylkill Co, PA, as well as from family tradition, it appears that William had a roving dispositon, and in about the year of 1860 he left home without saying where he was going nor did he in any manner provide for the rearing and education of his small children, which necessitated his wife, Rebecca, becoming a nurse, thereby earning a livelihood for herself and the children. In 1871, he returned for a short while, but again left for parts unknown. This action on his part held up the settlement of the estate of his father, which in 1878 was valued at $4,733.00. The court, after suitable evidence was presented, declared him dead, and the estate was divided. Sometime later he returned to visit his children, who had now become adults, but no persuasion on their part could get him to divulge where he had been, except to say "from across the river". It was not long before he would again leave for parts unknown and nothing more has ever been heard of him regarding his whereabouts."

SOURCE: "Charles Benjamin Grim Family of Pennsylvania" 
Zechman, William (I136474)
18 "Great-Aunt Kate," visited at Westheath about 1929 Goldman, Katie Elizabeth (I075718)
19 "Hannah, witwe von Heinrich Gibson" Greth, Hannah (I006257)
20 "He was possibly the son of Philipp Stein of Udencappeln, who on July 16, 1645 married Margaretha Götz" Family F32019

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