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Elizabeth [Alexander] Bennett

Born:
1862; Ellastone, Staffordshire

Census:
1901: The Lodge, Kidlington, Oxfordshire
1911: Coachman House, Kyre Magna, Tenbury, Worcestershire

Other sites:
Wikitree

  Spouse:
Edwin Henry Bennett 1863 – 1942
Married: 1893; Witney, Oxfordshire

Children:
Elsie Dora Elizabeth Bennett 1896 –
Edwin Henry Bennett 1898 – 1967
Frederick Alexander Bennett 1901 –

 

Gerald Francis Alexander

Born:
1927

Died:
2002

Buried:
Sturminster Newton, Dorset

  

 

Last updated: 16 Mar 2021 @ 19:11

Alexander Guy, 1763-1842

Born: 1763; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Christened: 24 Apr 1763; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Census: 1841: Roll’s Mill, Sturminster Newton Castle, Dorset

Died: 1842; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Buried: 1 Sep 1842; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Father: John Guy

Mother: Mary [Goddard] Guy

Married: Ann Mitchell; 25 Jun 1805; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Children: Mary Guy 1806 – , Alexander Guy 1810 – 1896, Phoebe Ann [Guy] Goodfellow 1814 – 1874, Susannah [Guy] Dowding 1818 – , Rosa Guy 1822 –

Other sites: FamilySearch

Last updated: 16 Mar 2021 @ 19:11

Alexander Guy, 1810-1896

Born: 1810; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Christened: 23 Dec 1810; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Census: 1841: Roll’s Mill, Sturminster Newton Castle, Dorset
1851: Newton, Sturminster, Dorset
1861: Newton, Sturminster, Dorset
1871: Roll’s Mill Lane, Sturminster, Dorset
1881: Rolls Mill Lane, Sturminster, Dorset

Died: 15 Aug 1896; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Father: Alexander Guy 1763 – 1842

Mother: Ann [Mitchell] Guy 1786 – 1866

Siblings: Mary Guy 1806 – , Phoebe Ann [Guy] Goodfellow 1814 – 1874, Susannah [Guy] Dowding 1818 – , Rosa Guy 1822 –

Other sites: FamilySearch

Last updated: 16 Mar 2021 @ 19:11

Alexander Morris Hutchings

THE JESSOP HOSPITAL LIFT FATALITY
Yesterday morning, at the Royal Hospital, the City Coroner held an inquiry concerning the death of Alexander Morris Hutchings, who was killed through falling down the lift at the Jessop Hospial, Sheffield, on Sunday evening.
The Rev. J. E. Jump and Messrs. B. T. Burdekin and T. H. Waterhouse, members of the committee; Mr. A. W. Warner, the secretary; and Mr. A Howe, solicitor, represented the Hospital.
No one actually saw how the accident happened, and the evidence given was therefore circumstantial.
Deceased, who was 40 years of age, was a porter at the Jessop Hospital. He had only been there a fortnight. His home was in Derby. Shortly after six o’clock on Sunday evening he fell down the lift, and when picked up was unconscious. His collar-bone and shoulder-blade were broken. He died at about 10 o’clock the same night.
Matilda Elstone, housemaid, said she was on the ground floor when the accident occurred. She was passing the lift, and saw deceased hanging, head downwards, as she thought, between the lift and side of the well. He did not cry out or make any sound. The cage was going up at the time, and the man fell to the ground.
Mr. A. Howe: Are the gates to the lift kept locked?
Witness: Yes Tho house surgeon has one key.
Mr. A. W. Warner said he had made inquiries, and believed deceased entered the lift on the ground floor, and went up to the second floor to collect the letters. He then went down the staircase to the first floor, and proceeded to the lift again to descend to the ground floor. He found, of course, that the lift was at the top floor, where he had left it. He pulled the rope to lower it, but the cage went slightly below the level of the corridor, and he raised it again; this time too high, and, attempting to step in as it was moving up, he slipped and fell into the well underneath. Deceased had had special instructions as to the working of the lift. There were collapsible gates to the well on each of the three floors. There were three keys, which were kept by the house surgeon, the matron, and the porter respectively. No one was ever allowed go up in the lift unless accompanied by one of these three persons.
Mr. Burdekin expressed sincere regret on behalf the hospital authorities for the accident, and also expressed commiseration with the relatives of deceased.
A verdict of “Accidental death” was returned.

Alexander Morris Hutchings obituary
Sheffield Telegraph, page 8, May 6 1903

Alexander Hutchings

Last updated: 18 Feb 2020 @ 21:32


Alexander Pope, 1801-1887

Born: 1801; Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset

Christened: 13 Sep 1801; Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset

Census: 1841: Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset
1851: Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset
1861: Butcher Street, Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset
1871: Cottage, Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset
1881: Cottage, High Road to Common, Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset

Died: 1887; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Married: Ann Lambert; 23 Jan 1826; Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset

Children: Ann Susanna [Pope] Short 1826 – 1892, George Pope 1828 – , Emmanuel Pope 1831 – , Walter Pope 1833 – , Louis Pope 1835 – , Olive Pope 1837 – , Eliza Lambert Pope 1839 –

Other sites: FamilySearch, Wikitree

Last updated: 16 Mar 2021 @ 19:11


Alexander Hutchings, 1802-1866

Born: 12 May 1802; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Christened: 1 Jun 1802; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Census: 1841: Newton, Sturminster Newton Castle, Dorset
1851: Newton, Sturminster, Dorset
1861: Newton Tything, Sturminster, Dorset

Died: 18 Aug 1866; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Father: Alexander Hutchings 1752 – 1830

Mother: Barbara [Swaine] Hutchings 1767 – 1846

Siblings: Christian [Hutchings] Rose 1800 – 1890, Nathaniel Hutchings 1812 – 1869

Biography

Other sites: Hutchings One Name Study, Wikitree

Last updated: 8 Apr 2021 @ 12:53


Alexander Hutchings, 1752-1830

Born: 1752; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Christened: 13 May 1752; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Died: 1830; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Buried: 19 Feb 1830; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Father: Charles Hutchings 1723 – 1811

Mother: Mary [Guy] Hutchings 1723 –

Siblings: Charles Hutchings 1746 – , Thomas Hutchings 1749 – 1816, Christian Hutchings 1755 – , Sarah [Hutchings] Ash 1758 – , Charles Hutchings 1760 – 1825, William Hutchings 1763 – 1814, Betty Hutchings 1765 –

Married: Barbara Swaine; 15 Dec 1799; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Children: Christian [Hutchings] Rose 1800 – 1890, Alexander Hutchings 1802 – 1866, Nathaniel Hutchings 1812 – 1869

Other sites: Hutchings One Name Study, Wikitree

Last updated: 8 Apr 2021 @ 12:53


Alexander Morris Hutchings, 1858-1903

Born: 14 Sep 1858; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Christened: 20 Sep 1858; Sturminster Newton, Dorset

Census: 1861: Crown Inn, Market Place, Sturminster, Dorset
1871: Bridge Street, Christchurch, Hampshire
1881: 49 Mansel St, Swansea Town, Glamorgan, Wales
1891: 30 Morris Road, Eastbourne, Sussex
1901: Hanbury Wood End, Blackbrook, Hanbury, Staffordshire

Died: 3 May 1903; Jessops Hospital, Sheffield, Yorkshire

Father: Nathaniel Hutchings 1812 – 1869

Mother: Harriet [Morris] Hutchings 1822 – 1875

Sibling: Martha [Hutchings] Newlyn 1855 – 1897

Married: Julia Anna Parsons; 23 Dec 1883; St Mary’s church, Hoxton, Middlesex

Children: Winifred Elizabeth [Hutchings] Hobby 1885 – 1935, Frances Gertrude [Hutchings] Weston 1886 – 1976, Alexander Morris Hutchings 1888 – 1936, Leonard George Hutchings 1890 – 1971

Biography

Other sites: FamilySearch, Hutchings One Name Study, Wikitree

Last updated: 12 Apr 2021 @ 11:00