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51 Joiner employing 6 men and a boy Varley, John (I209)
52 Killed in a car accident near Hendra Caravan Park between Quintrell Downs and Lane, Newquay. Prater, Joyce (I3040)
53 Like his father he suffered badly from gout since his youth and always travelled in a litter. He was accidentally thrown from the litter into water whilst crossing a bridge in St Neots, Huntingdon. Although he escaped immediate death he never fully recovered and died after only 7 years as Earl. de Ferrers, Lord William 5th Earl of Derby (I3872)
54 Lived at 35 Calthorpe St., Birmingham.
Business, with brother Henry, at Broad St., Birmingham. 
Fiddian, William (I546)
55 Lived at Primrose Hill, Wakefield Roberts, Jane (I150)
56 Lived at Wheeley's Rd., Birmingham.
Business, with brother William, at Broad St., Birmingham. 
Fiddian, Thomas Bowyer Esq (I542)
57 Lived in Chorley Wood, Herts Quartly, Frederick Isaac (I5360)
58 Lived in Chorley Wood, Herts. Vasey, Mary Louisa E (I5355)
59 Lived with sister Roberts, Alice (I151)
60 Manager (Tea Trade) Mellor, Herbert Augustus (I160)
61 Married cousin John Pollard, Mary (I472)
62 Marrried cousin Gilbert Pollard, Elizabeth (I471)
63 May also have been:
Boot and Shoe Maker, Candle Maker (wax and spermaceti!), Broker for Palladium Insurance.

Business at 86 High Street.

Lived at Clifton Villa, Bristol Road 
Fiddian, Charles Esq (I54)
64 May have been his brother or cousin, or otherwise related. The Doomsday Book states that the Lord of Ampney St Peter in 1086 was Reinbald of Cirencester's brother. de Presbyter (Prater), Reinbald (I2960)
65 Mill Furnisher Taylor, Joseph (I199)
66 must have died prior to 1789 Brooksbank, Anne (I2065)
67 Of Hallhouse Brooksbank, Thomas (I319)
68 On 29 Mar 1801 his birth was registered at the Cannon Street Baptist Church in Birmingham as he was too young to be baptised. Fiddian, Joseph (I41)
69 Paid 10 not to become a Knight! Brooksbank, Abraham (I417)
70 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2576
71 Pharmacist (according to census) Roberts, George William (Druggist) (I125)
72 Profession - Artist (water colour)
Lived at Lamb Hey, Linthwaite 
Roberts, John Henry Graham Gentleman (I168)
73 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Vaughton, Shauna H (I5144)
74 Registrar who signed her birth certificate was George William Roberts (is this her grandfather?) Roberts, Audrey Jacqueline (Teacher) (I4)
75 Richard of Barnes Brooksbank, Richard (I379)
76 Sefton-Fiddian Cup presented to Postal History Society in 1947 Sefton-Fiddian, William Ralph (I891)
77 She died in her 100th year, not quite making it a century. Brooksbank, Marion Beatrice (Dressmaker) (I93)
78 She had been Governess to his children. Family F1990
79 She was already 7 months pregnant when they married. They divorced in 1932 after she had 2 children by an American journalist.  Family F1989
80 Some sources claim that he came from Saint Donan in Brittany and so was a Breton not a Norman. In the 5th and 6th centuries 3 tribes from Cornwall and South Wales came to that part of South-West France and so many Bretons have English ancestry.  de Standon, Brian Lord de Standon (I4422)
81 Son of a lay evangelist. Holdsworth, Rev William West BD (I7023)
82 Stone effigies of Robert and his wife, Margaret Peverell, lie in the gatehouse Chapel of Merevale Abbey, near the village of Atherstone. de Ferrers, Lord Robert 2nd Earl of Derby (I3883)
83 Surgeon
Lived at Lamb Hey, just by Linthwaite entrance to Spa Gardens 
Roberts, Dr William MRCS (I137)
84 Surgeon Roberts, Dr John (I134)
85 Taken on as apprentice by William Moore & Son, gunsmiths, 26 March 1722 for 7 years. Fiddian, Richard (I68)
86 The cause of death is given as gout, which he had suffered since his youth. Still he lived to 87! de Ferrers, Lord William 4th Earl of Derby (I3878)
87 The hierarchy of the English Gentry is generally described in descending order of rank as: baron, knight, esquire, gentleman, yeoman. Prater, John Esq (I2914)
88 The marriage had already fallen apart by 1901, but they did not divorce until 1921.  Family F1988
89 The Midlands and Birmingham in particular had been a stronghold of puritanism since the 16 and 17th centuries. The first nonconformist Chapel in Birmingham, The Old Meeting House was built in 1689. It was burnt down in 1715, repaired, destroyed in 1791 riots and rebuilt in 1794. It was finally demolished to make way for Birmingham New Street Station.  Fiddian, Charles Gentleman (I520)
90 They divorced in 1907 and Alfred Curphey was named as co-respondent.  Family F1481
91 They remained happily together until his death. Family F1991
92 Twin Brooksbank, Katherine (I1321)
93 Twin White, James (I1860)
94 Twin White, George (I1861)
95 Twin Tiffen, Ann (I2328)
96 Twin Tiffen, William (I2335)
97 Twin White, Henry (I2658)
98 Twin White, William (I2659)
99 Twin Welland, William (I2728)
100 Twin Welland, John (I2727)

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