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151 "...in the same month (May) the reserve companies left Londonderry and went to Scotland, being quartered in Stirling Castle." MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
152 "...the "Apollo" proceeded to Jersey, and from thence brough the reserve companies (consisting of sixteen officers and five hundred and forty-seven men) on the 17th (April), who landed, and joined the headquarters under the command of Lieutenant Colonel B.F.D. Wilson. MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
153 "...the regiment marched to Northampton, and from thence
to Weedon Barracks." 
MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
154 "...the regiment marched to Northampton, and from thence
to Weedon Barracks." 
MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
155 "...the reserce companies moving to Charles Fort, where they remained to the end of the year." MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
156 "...the reserce companies were quartered in January at Templemore, and in July at Nenagh" MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
157 "...The reserce companies, under the command of Major George Deedes, were at Youghal in June till the close of the year; their establishment was fixed at two hundred and sixty rank and file..." MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
158 "...the reserve companies moved in May or June to Chatham" MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
159 "...the reserve companies were moved about as usual, being sent from Portsmouth to Dublin, and from there to Carlow, in September, under the command of Major John Gordon" MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
160 "...the reserve companies were moved about as usual, being sent from Portsmouth to Dublin, and from there to Carlow, in September, under the command of Major John Gordon" MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
161 "All day deployment" POLLEY, Gordon Bradbury (I2107)
 
162 "Allan graduated from MGill University in Medicine in 1852 and won esteem as a pioneer practitioner in Upper Canada. For more than forty years, he was a highly respected and very sucessful physician in Napanee. He was married in 1854 in Montreal to Caroline Smith, a lady of culture and refinement. She was very active in Anglican Church work and in musical circles". (Ruttan, 1986 p.37). RUTTAN, Allan Md (I9174)
 
163 "An Educationalist, he attended the University of Toronto (B.A., 1881; D.Sc., 1914), McGill University (M.D., 1884), and Berlin University, and in 1887, he was appointed lecturer in Chemistry in the medical faculty of McGill University. He became Professor of Chemistry in 1891, Professor of Organic and Biological Chemistry in 1902, Director of the Department of Chemistry in 1912, and Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies in 1924. In 1896, he was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and in 1919, he was elected president of the society. He retired from teaching in 1928, and he died two years later in Montreal. For several years, he was president of the Royal Montreal Golf Club. On January 9, 1959, in his memory, the Ruttan Room, Department of Chemistry, McGill University, Montreal, was opened. It has been said that he had possession of the "Ruttan Clock" but there is no evidence to this effect." (Ruttan, 1986 p.37). RUTTAN, Robert Fulford (I19327)
 
164 "Ann" STENTIFORD, Dora Annie (I2684)
 
165 "At the end of July (1832) the regiment again moved, the headquarters marching to Blackburn, three companies to Nottingham, and detachments also to Burnley and Bolton. MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
166 "Axon" or "Avon" Broughton JAMES, Sarah (I3232)
 
167 "Batchelor Of Honiton" Witnesses Thomas Bishop & ? Salter. Family F483
 
168 "Before my mother died some years ago, she showed my sister an article from a newspaper which had been kept, out of family interest, for a number of years, since Maria was my mother's aunt. The article was written on the occasion of either George's death, or retirement, and recounted how, as a physical training instructor on the Isle of Wight, he had to reprimand the young Prince Edward, son of Queen Victoria, for insubordination."

Erdington, B'ham Colour Sergeant Royal Marines

Births Mar 1878 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dallison George Griffin Derby 7b 480 
DALLISON, George Griffin (I8172)
 
169 "Blackham" Middlesex in the 1871 census BENDALL, Agnes (I6484)
 
170 "Bonny" Married and living in Auckland New Zealand "no family" abt 1937

Birth Certificate Available 
RYELAND, Ivy Bertha (I3301)
 
171 "CONVEYANCE BY WATER To London, Richard and Jacob SPICERíS Hoys, every Thursday." Source: Pigots 1840 - Folkestone, online at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~shebra/pigots_1840_-_folkestone.h tm and Pigots 1840 - Hythe, online at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~shebra/pigots_1840_-_hythe_&c_.ht m I believe this refers to Richard (b. 1790) and his older brother Jacob (b. 1782), sons of Jacob Spicer and Mary Spearpoint



 
SPICER, Jacob (I15157)
 
172 "CONVEYANCE BY WATER To London, Richard and Jacob SPICERíS Hoys, every Thursday." Source: Pigots 1840 - Folkestone, online at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~shebra/pigots_1840_-_folkestone.h tm and Pigots 1840 - Hythe, online at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~shebra/pigots_1840_-_hythe_&c_.ht m I believe this refers to Richard (b. 1790) and his older brother Jacob (b. 1782), sons of Jacob Spicer and Mary Spearpoint



 
SPICER, Richard (I15159)
 
173 "David is said to have 'possessed considerable military taste,' and he became a Lieutenant and then Captain of the Third Battalion, Prince Edward Regiment, rising to be Lieutenant-Colonel as of January 2, 1838. He was sent to Toronto as a delegate of the first reform convention held in Upper Canada where the Confederation of the Provinces was planned. He was appointed Magistrate for Prince Edward District in 1846." (Ruttan, 1986 p.36). RUTTAN, David William (I4652)
 
174 "Died" written on form STOCK, Herbert (I7489)
 
175 "During the year the reserve companies were removed to Forton Barracks, near Gosport..." MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
176 "Elizabeth m. 1st, to Vallyer Baker, Esq. of Sittingbourne, and had a son, Vallyer. She m., 2ndly, John Withers, Esq., of London."

Sir Bernard Burke. A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. London, Middlesex, England: Hurst and Blackett, 1855. p. 1241.


Database: Burke's Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland

A Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank: But Uninvested With Heritable Honours. History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland.
Tylden, of Milsted.
Lineage. I. Elizabeth , m. first, to Vallyer Baker , esq. of Sittingbourne , and had a son, Vallyer . She wedded, secondly, John Withers , esq. of London . A Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank: But Uninvested With Heritable Honours. History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland.
Tylden, of Milsted.
Lineage. The Rev. Richard-Osborne Tylden died in 1766 , aged forty-four (his widow married the Rev Edward Smith , rector of Milsted ), and was s. by his eldest son, A Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank: But Uninvested With Heritable Honours. History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland.
Tylden, of Milsted.
Lineage. Richard Tylden , esq. of Milsted , who m. first, Miss Mary Rolphe , of Ashford , and had one son, A Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank: But Uninvested With Heritable Honours. History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland.
Tylden, of Milsted.
Lineage. Richard-Osborn , in holy orders, vicar of Chilham , in Kent , who m. Frances , daughter of William Fairfam , esq. and has two daughters, Frances-Jane Kemp and Annabella . A Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank: But Uninvested With Heritable Honours. History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland.
Tylden, of Milsted.
Lineage. Mr. Tylden wedded, secondly, Jane, daughter of the Rev. Samuel Auchmuty , rector of New York , and sister to the late Lientenantgeneral Sir Samuel Auchmuty, (This distinguished officer (Sir Samuel Auchmuty ) entered the army Aug 1776 , as a volunteer in the 45th regiment of infantry, then with Sir W. Howe , in North America , where he served the three following campaigns. In 1783 , he held a company in the 75th regiment, in the East Indies , and was present at the first siege of Seringapatam , under Lord Cornwallis . In 1801 , he joined the expedition to Egypt , when he was appointed adjutant-general. Returning to England in 1803 , he was ordered out to South America in 1806 , where he assumed the command of the troops with the rank of brigadier-general, and in Feb 1807 , took by assault, after a most determined resistance, the fortress and city of Monte Video , for which he received the thanks of parliament. In 1809 , he was appointed commander in chief of the Carnatic; and in 1811 reduced the valuable settlements of Java and Batavia under the dominion of Great Britain . On his return to England , Sir Samuel succeeded Sir D. Baird , as chief of the staff in Ireland . He died suddenly in 1822 .) G.C.B. by whom he had issue, A Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank: But Uninvested With Heritable Honours. History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland.
Tylden, of Milsted.
Lineage. John Maxwell (Sir), his heir. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank: But Uninvested With Heritable Honours. History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland.
Tylden, of Milsted.
Lineage. William-Burton , major in the Royal Engineers, m. Lecilina , eldest daughter of William Baldwin , esq. of Steed Hill, Kent , and has two sons, viz. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank: But Uninvested With Heritable Honours. History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland.
Tylden, of Milsted.
Lineage. William . A Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank: But Uninvested With Heritable Honours. History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland.
Tylden, of Milsted.
Lineage. Richard . A Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank: But Uninvested With Heritable Honours. History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland.
Tylden, of Milsted.
Lineage. Mary-Isabella , m. to the Rev. Ralph Price , rector of Lyminge, Kent .

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Source Information: Ancestry.com. Burke's Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland [database online] Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 2002. Original data: Burke, Bernard. A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry; or, Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland enjoying territorial possessions or high official rank: but uninvested with heritable honours. London: Colburn, 1837-38.

See also: William Camden, The Pedigree of the Tylden family (compiled by William Camden in 1596 and drawn out by Randall Holmes in 1670). Sir Richard Tylden was living in the reigns of Henry II and Richard I. He was Seuexhall to Hugh de Lacy, constable of Chester Castle during Henry II's reign. He afterwards assumed the Cross, accompanied by Coeur de Lion to the Holy Land and fought under him at the Battle of Axalon against Soldou Saladin.





 
TYLDEN, Elizabeth (I16011)
 
177 "Home District Directory 1837" MCNAUGHTON, Rev. Peter (I6957)
 
178 "Home District Directory 1837" MCNAUGHTON, Donald (I6969)
 
179 "I am lame" for physical description MCNAUGHTON, Donald Norman (I6666)
 
180 "I have a William BAKER, chr. 13 Feb. 1741 in Folkestone, who married Elizabeth BATEMAN in Folkestone on 21 Nov 1768, but I haven't traced any descendants." Source: Louis R. Mills who must be a relation.[lancelot_fri.FTW]

1741 chr. from film 1736721, #1, Kent, Folkestone B. T. 1603 - 1813.[TopleyFamily.FTW]

"I have a William BAKER, chr. 13 Feb. 1741 in Folkestone, who married Elizabeth BATEMAN in Folkestone on 21 Nov 1768, but I haven't traced any descendants." Source: Louis R. Mills who must be a relation.[lancelot_fri.FTW]

1741 chr. from film 1736721, #1, Kent, Folkestone B. T. 1603 - 1813.[TopleyFamily.FTW]

"I have a William BAKER, chr. 13 Feb. 1741 in Folkestone, who married Elizabeth BATEMAN in Folkestone on 21 Nov 1768, but I haven't traced any descendants." Source: Louis R. Mills who must be a relation.[lancelot_fri.FTW]

1741 chr. from film 1736721, #1, Kent, Folkestone B. T. 1603 - 1813.[TopleyFamily.FTW]

"I have a William BAKER, chr. 13 Feb. 1741 in Folkestone, who married Elizabeth BATEMAN in Folkestone on 21 Nov 1768, but I haven't traced any descendants." Source: Louis R. Mills who must be a relation.[lancelot_fri.FTW]

1741 chr. from film 1736721, #1, Kent, Folkestone B. T. 1603 - 1813.



 
BAKER, William (I14353)
 
181 "In March the service companies returned to Barbadoes" MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
182 "Infant" Died young ROBLIN (I10798)
 
183 "Intended place of residence" MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
184 "Landed at Liverpool in evening" POLLEY, Gordon Bradbury (I2107)
 
185 "moved from 110 Tyndall to 65 Marion" was 110 Tyndall the Watson family home? POLLEY, Gordon Bradbury (I2107)
 
186 "Native Place" is listed as East Acton, London on immigration passenger list, could be where she was living rather than where she was born... RYELAND, Emma Mills (I1290)
 
187 "No Occupation" RYELAND, Alfred James (I3325)
 
188 "of the parish St. Philip and Jacob" in Bristol. They subsequently became associated with Christchurch parish.

Bristol Record Office, Bristol, England (BRO), "Bishop's Transcripts, Gloucestershire #5", microfiche record FCEP/V/4/67(a)13, for Doynton. Also, ancestry.com search record FHL Film #1595996, Item 8. 
Family F2728
 
189 "Okon" SP? Broughton JAMES, Sarah (I3232)
 
190 "On the 15th of July the headquarters marched to Cork, and by the 6th of October the detachments had all joined there, in readiness to embark for the Island of Mauritius, the next destination of the regiment; ..." MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
191 "On the 28th July, orders were recieved for the regiment to be held in readiness for service in Ireland, in consquence of the very disturbed stated of that country, and the next morning it was embarked on board her Majesty's ships "Cyclops" and "Driver", and immeadiately saled, the detachment of the regiment at Pendennis Castle being put on board the latter vessell on her way down Channel, arriveing at Kingstown Harbour on the night of the 30th. The regiment, no less than a thousand and ninety five strong, was landed the next morning, and marched to Dublin, where it was quartered. ... at which city the refiment only remained unt the 7th of September, when the headquarters moved to Mullingar, furnishing detachments to Tullamore, Trim, Phillipstown, Strokestown, Castlerea, Elphin, and Granard. MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
192 "On the 30th of April routes were recieved to move from Blackburn, Nottingham, Burnley and Bolton to LIverpool, there to embark for Dublin, where the regiment landed in detachments on the 5th, 7th, and 18th of May, and was quartered in the Royal Barracks, Palantine Square." MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
193 "On the 30th of April routes were recieved to move from Blackburn, Nottingham, Burnley and Bolton to LIverpool, there to embark for Dublin..." MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
194 "Philip Roblon" from "Bargain" [Bergen] County, in the province of East N.J. Paid John Belcher 170 pounds in the form of a mortgage on 75 acres. One half portion of Cheesecock Patent Lot 53. ROBLIN, Philip UE (I4013)
 
195 "Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte" cites Paul's wife's name to be Rebecca DOXSEE. DOXSEE, Catherine (I12049)
 
196 "Prospect" STOCKDALE, Eleanor (I11482)
 
197 "Routes were recieved on the 21st of October for the regiment to march in three detachments to Templemore, where they arrived on the 29th, 20th, and 31st, and where the headquarters remained, detachments occupying Roscrea, Thurles, Killemaule, and Cappaghwhite." MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
198 "Same place" as 1940 census POLLEY, Jay Willet (I4748)
 
199 "The headquarters of the regiment and three companies, under
command of Lieutenant-Colonel Teulon, embarked for England on
the 11th of February, landed at Gosport on the 22nd of March,
and were quartered in Forton Barracks, where they were shortly
joined by the other three companies from the West Indies, on
which the regiment marched to Northampton, and from thence
to Weedon Barracks."

By 1832, The 35th Regiment of Foot, was back in England where it received the title ROYAL.This also meant a change in facing colour, from orange to "Royal" blue plus a change in Regimental lace. The official title for 35th Regiment of Foot was now THE ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT. 
MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 
200 "The headquarters remained at Mullingar the whole of the year, but several moves took place among the detachments, which at the end of December were at Ballaghaderin, Carrick-on-Shannon, Trip, and Castlerea."

 
MCNALTY, Michael (I43)
 

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