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  • ID: I1294
  • Name: William Gallimore Hayden
  • Given Name: William Gallimore
  • Surname: Hayden
  • Prefix: Dr
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 23 Aug 1842 in 8, Easton Street, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire 1 2 3
  • Christening: 18 Sep 1842 All Saints, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire 1 2
  • Death: 18 Jun 1909 in Hazeldene, Rose Valley, Shenfield, Essex of arteriosclerosis, morbus cordis 4 5 6
  • Burial: 21 Jun 1909 St Mary The Virgin, Hall Lane, Shenfield, Essex 2 7
  • Event: Early days 1842
  • Note:
    6th August 1842 High Wycombe, Storm On Wednesday afternoon this town was visited with a most violent and heavy storm, indeed such a one as even the oldest inhabitants cannot recollect before.

    https://goo.gl/photos/gHkhDn66xD2rXJQg7

    He was baptised by the Revd T. H. Paddon in High Wycombe and later attended High Wycombe Grammar School under the tutorage of the Revd Poulter, H.M.
  • Event: Photograph 1850 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: William & James Augustus.
  • Event: Early days 1852 Easton Street, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:

    John Parker, in The Early History and Antiquities of Wycombe:
    Among distinguished men who were pupils at the Royal Grammar School, we may mention W. G. Hayden, Esq., M.D., who were educated by the present able Head Master of the School, the Reverend James Poulter who was appointed in 1852. He was master until 1879 when his successor, G. J. Peachell, took over. He had a new school building built behind the old school which was largely demolished. Only the twelfth century arches and pillars, and a section of later medieval wall survive. By 1913 the school has been moved further out of town after 350 years in Easton Street.
    See also http://www.rgs.saund.co.uk/bb/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=115.
  • Event: Address 1861 184, Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London
  • Note:

    Hayden William G Unmarried apprentice aged 18 Medical student of High Wycombe, Bucks., lodging near to Charing Cross Hospital as he was studying here.

    To the Editor of The Times
    Sir, May I trouble you to correct an error in the Times of this morning by which my name is inserted as William George Hayden instead of William Gallimore Hayden in the list of the gentlemen who passed the examination at the Apothecaries hall last Thursday?
    I am, sir, yours obediently,
    William Gallimore Hayden
    184, Blackfriars road June 21 1862
    8
  • Event: Qualifications 1862 Charing Cross Hospital, Westminster, London
  • Note:
    Surgeons of England. On Saturday, the 12th, and Thursday, the 17th inst, Mr. William Gallimore Hayden, student at Charing Cross Hospital, and son of W. H. Hayden, Esq., surgeon, of this town, passed the examinations in anatomy and physiology for the diploma and when eligible will be admitted to the Pass examination.
    South Bucks Free Press, Wycombe and Maidenhead Journal 26 April 1862

    May 3, 1862.
    ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS. The following gentlemen passed their primary examinations in Anatomy and Physiology, at a meeting of the Court of Examiners, on April 17th; and, when eligible, will be admitted to the pass examination.
    Charing Cross Hospital.
    Hayden, William Gallimore
    Julv 12, 1862. BMJ
    ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS. The following gentleman passed the first part of the professional examination for the License of the College, on July 5th 1862 Hayden, William Gallimore, Charing Cross Hospital«i».«/i»
    On Thursday, the 19th inst., 1862, Mr. Wm. Gallimore Hayden, son of Mr. W. H. Hayden, surgeon, of this town, received a satisfactory certificate as to his knowledge in classics, anatomy, physiology"

    He worked here as a dresser and Clinical clerk straight after finishing his training.
  • Event: Qualifications 1863 Royal College of Physicians, London
  • Note:

    The following members of the College, having undergone the necessary examinations, were admitted Licentates in Midwifery at a meeting of the Board, on December 16th.
    Hayden. Wm. Gallimore, L.R.C.P., High Wycombe: Nov. 20, 1863

    Dec. 19, 1863
    ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS. At a general meeting of the Fellows, held on Monday, December 14th, 1863, the following gentlemen, having undergone the necessary examination, and satisfied the College of their proficiency in the science and practice of Medicine, Surgery, and Midwifery, were duly admitted to practice Physic as Licentiates of the College:-

    Hayden, William Gallimore, High Wycombe

    He passed his finals at the Apothecaries Hall in Aug 1863 and was admitted Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians by Dec 1863. He also qualified as a FRCS and worked as a surgeon and a GP in various towns in Southern England.
  • Event: Directorship 1864 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    The annual meeting of The High Wycombe and South Bucks Building Society was held in the Council Chamber, last week, under the presidency of W. H. Hayden, Esq. The report and balance sheet were read, showing that advances had been made to borrowers to the amount of £750 during the year.
    The following were re-elected Directors viz.: Messrs. T. Wheeler, W. H. Hayden, R. Lansdale, C. Strange, and T. Gilbert.
    9
  • Event: Directory 1864 Frogmore House, Chipping Wycombe, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: Listed as a surgeon, with his father, William. 10
  • Event: Anniversary dinner Jan 1864 Loyal Bud of Hope Lodge, the Crown Inn, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    This meeting was presided over by Mr. W. H. Hayden, the lodge surgeon and corresponding secretary, the vice-chair being occupied by Bro. Church. About 100 members sat down at four o'clock to a substantial and well served dinner, after which the usual loyal toasts were given by the chairman.
    11
  • Event: Council business 1866 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    Councillors Hayden, Butler, Treacher, Redington, and Thurlow. The Mayor presented complaints from inhabitants near the Corn-market of dust arising from sweeping the market. The collector was called in and promised that it should be prevented in future. The Mayor also presented complaints from householders living at the bottom of Easton-street, of some public drains which were offensive.
    12
  • Event: Anniversary dinner 1868 Loyal Bud of Hope Lodge, the White Hart Inn, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    The chair was ably filled by W. H. Hayden, Esq., C.S., one of the lodge surgeons, surrounded and supported by the honorary members and officers, his Worship the Mayor (T. Wheeler, Esq.) G. Wheeler, Esq., J. Parker, jun., Esq., W. G. Hayden, Esq., R. M. Bowstead. Esq., (lodge's surgeon), Messrs Redington, Weston, Skull.

    13
  • Event: Physician and Surgeon, living at home Address 1871 4, Frogmoor House, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Event: Address 1875 23, Frogmoor Gardens, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: Judson's Directory 1875: Hayden William G. 23 Frogmoor Gardens M.D. Surgeon Hayden William H. 24 Frogmoor Gardens surgeon Alderman. 14
  • Event: Medical Officer 1875 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    For the post of Medical Officer to the Union House at Saunderton there were three applicants, one of whom was Mr. W. G. Hayden, of Wycombe;
    Result of voting was 17 votes for Mr. Hayden and 14 for Mr. Warren.
    Mr. Phillimore had proposed him as he considered him to be the most important candidate. Voting should not be based on friendship, and he believed that Mr. Hayden was fully qualified to perform the duties, especially as he had no Union duties to perform, whereas one of the other candidates already had two districts to attend to.
    15
  • Event: Status 1875 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY 1875 Wycombe directory
    Chairman W H Hayden
    Director W G Hayden
    Director G Wheeler
    Director John Tilbury
    Director Walter Skull
    16
  • Event: appointment 1875
  • Note: W. G. Hayden appointed his father Deputy-Medical Officer. The Wooburn Medical District. A letter was read from Mr. W. G. Hayden, in which he thanked the Board for electing him Medical Officer of the 12th district, and also for the additional proof of ... 17
  • Event: Directory 1875 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:

    Frogmoor Street.
    Hayden W. G. Esq M D Surgeon
    Hayden W. H. Esq Surgeon, Alderman of the borough: Chairman of the H. W. Waterworks Company.
    Aldermen included Hayden W. H. Esq, Turner Jno Esq, Hunt Jos Esq, Wheeler Thos Esq, and Mayor Thos Wheeler.
    18
  • Event: Local Government Medical Service for Bucks 1875 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:

    W H Hayden £20 Workhouse
    WG Hayden £60, Union School, Bledlow
    In 1875 he was appointed Medical Officer to the Workhouse of the Wycombe Union.
  • Event: Address 1876 Frogmoor Street, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    He was a surgeon.

    William Gallimore continued to live alongside his father in Frogmoor until the elder Hayden died, after which he moved to Hertfordshire and then to Middlesex. There is a press report of a court case that the Haydens brought against their servant-maid for theft of money in July 1876; that report mentions a door between their premises etc. The report is also of interest in that the Haydens were clearly not universally popular - the tail-end of the report mentions people in the court applauding when the Hayden's case was thrown out, and later protesting in the street outside Frogmoor House! H. Coltman.
  • Event: Directory 1876
  • Note:
    Private residents included WG and WH Hayden Esq, both of Frogmoor Street.
    Further on they were described as Surgeons.
    Medical Directory 1876
    Hayden, William Gallimore of Frogmoor House, High Wycombe, Bucks
    LRCP London 1863. MRCS Eng & LM 1863 LSA 1863 (Charing Cross)
    19
  • Event: Address 1877-1884 4, Frogmoor House, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    4, Frogmore House, Wycombe, Bucks.
    Hayden William G Head M 38 Surgeon Wycombe Bucks
    Hayden Matilda E Wife 32 Hackney
    Hayden Mary Mother Wid 68 Wycombe
    Hayden Florence A Dau Unm 8 Wycombe
    Hayden Maud F Dau 7 Wycombe
    Hayden William A Son 5 Wycombe
    Hayden Arthur F Son 3 Wycombe
    Hayden George E son 1 Wycombe
    Wesh Emily M Serv 22 Naphill, Bucks
    Bryant Sarah J Serv 16 Wycombe
    20 21 22 23
  • Event: Medical Officer Election Feb 1878 Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: For the appointment of Medical Officer of the Little Marlow district, rendered vacant by the resignation of Mr. Hayden, there were three candidates, one of whom was W.J. Hayden (sic). Upon a vote being taken he was elected by 12 votes to 6. 24
  • Event: Board of Guardians 2 Mar 1878 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: At the last fortnightly meeting of this board, Mr. W. G. Hayden was elected Medical Officer and Public Vaccinator of the 12th District, in the room of his father, Mr. W. H. Hayden, resigned. 25
  • Event: Status 1879
  • Note:
    Late Clinical Clerk at Charing Cross Hospital. Medical Register 1879
    Dr William Gallimore Hayden High Wycombe, Bucks
    Reg. 25 Aug. 1864 Lic.R.Coll.Phys., London 1863 Mem., 1863 Lic. Midwif. 1863 R.Coll.Surg.Eng. Lic.Soc. Apoth.London 1863
  • Event: Medical Directory 1880 Frogmoor House, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    LRCP Lond.1863
    MRCS Eng. and LM 1863
    LSA 1863 (Char. Cross)
    Med Off. Little Marlow Dist and Workhouse Wycombe Union
    Med. Off. Odd Fellows Forrestors and other Societies.
    late Clinical Clerk Charing Cross.
    26
  • Census: 1881 Frogmore House, Chipping Wycombe, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    William G Hayden Head Married Male 38 1843 Surgeon Wycombe Buckinghamshire
    Matilda E Hayden Wife Married Female 32 1849 Hackney Middlesex
    Mary Hayden Mother Widow Female 68 1813 Wycombe Buckinghamshire
    Florence A Hayden Daughter Single Female 8 1873 Wycombe Buckinghamshire
    Maud F Hayden Daughter Single Female 7 1874 Wycombe Buckinghamshire
    William A Hayden Son Single Male 5 1876 Wycombe Buckinghamshire
    Arthur F Hayden Son Single Male 3 1878 Wycombe Buckinghamshire
    George E Hayden Son Single Male 1 1880 Wycombe Buckinghamshire
    Emily M West Servant Single Female 22 1859 General Serv:Naphill Buckinghamshire
    Sarah J Bryant Servant Single Female16 1865 General Serv:Wycombe Buckinghamshire
    27
  • Event: Address 1884-1887 Suffield Cottage, Priory Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    The High Wycombe Cottage Hospital on Priory Road, Amersham Hill was opened in 1875.
    1875 The Cottage Hospital had 7 beds and the land given by Lord Carrington. It cost just £1200 which was raised by voluntary contribution. The total expenditure in the first year was £248, which was £3 less than its income.

    Patients were admitted on the recommendation of a subscriber and paid at least 15p a week according to their means. From the beginning there was a Samaritan Fund. The Hospital's history is full of acts of generosity. Unlike today, those who spent the money had to raise it first.

    1884 Beds increased to 12, paid for by donation of £100 from Lady Colville, who was the sister of Lord Carrington. The remaining £80 came from public donations.

    The early reports concluded on a religious theme, showing there were strong links between the churches and the hospital, and not just in fundraising.

    The Hospital changed its name to the High Wycombe and Earl of Beaconsfield Memorial Cottage Hospital and in doing so received £2800 from the surplus of a fund raised for the purpose of a national memorial to Disraeli. Part of the money went on a new wing and an operating room.
    http://www.stevebaker.info/2012/02/a-brief-history-wycombe-hospital/
  • Event: Medical case 1884
  • Note:
    Feb 22 1884 Source: BMJ

    CASE II.Stricture of Urethra: Traumatic: Scrotal Fistula and Infiltration: Bisection of the Scrotum and External Urethrotomy: Recovery. John L., aged 38, married, a chairmaker, was admitted into Mark Ward, under my care, on August 22nd, 1883. In 1868 he fell off a rick, which he was thatching, and injured his perineum by falling on some wood. He did not pay any particular attention to the accident, and thought it would pass but for the last six years, he had found much straining and inconvenience during micturition and, in the early part of July 1883, an abscess formed by his right erector penis muscle and scrotum and was opened by Mr. Turner of High Wycombe, Mr. Hayden also saw him, and performed suprapubic puncture of the bladder, and caused his urine to pass through a catheter for a fortnight by the suprapubic aperture. As the urine persisted in traversing the scrotal fistula he was sent to the Westminster Hospital. On August 27th, I bisected the whole scrotum, and laid the stricture open freely, but with much care; passed No. l0 red elastic catheter from the meatus into the bladder; and retained it in situ for a fortnight. The fistula entirely closed, and the wound healed most kindly; he left the hospital on October 4th, 1883, and passed the whole of the urine freely through its natural channel. On October 27th 1883, I again saw the patient and, in every respect, he was sound and quite well.
  • Event: as Medical Officer Sale of his position Sep 1884 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    Dr. William Fleck, of High Wycombe, has purchased the practice of the late Medical Officer, Mr. Hayden. William had also tendered his resignation as Medical Officer for Little Marlow district and the Workhouse.
    28
  • Event: living Medical Directory 1885 Sunnymead, Broad Chalke, Salisbury, Wiltshire
  • Note: He was now the medical Officer for Bishopstone District Wilton Union, and surgeon for Salisbury Disp. Odd Fellows and other clubs. He had been a clinical clerk for Charing Cross Hospital. 26
  • Event: Address 1887 Kessingland, Lowestoft, Suffolk
  • Note: The Medical Officer of the Ashwell District informed the Board that he had transferred his practise to Mr. Hayden of Kessingland. Feb. 1887 29 30
  • Event: Medical Directory 1890 Fairview, Ashwell, Hertfordshire
  • Note: In addition to the above mentioned qualifications he was also shown to be Medical Officer for Ashwell District Royston Union, and surgeon for Forestors and Odd Fellows 31
  • Event: Address 1891 High St, Ashwell, Hertfordshire 32 33
  • Event: Address 1894-1895 Wycombe House, Yiewsley, Uxbridge, Middlesex 26
  • Event: Address 1895 Fairholme, West Drayton, Uxbridge, Middlesex
  • Note:
    see GMC 1895. This year he was described as a Dr. working in Ealing.
  • Event: Address 1895 Walkern, Stevenage, Hertfordshire
  • Event: Medical Directory 1895
  • Note:
    Hayden William Gallimore of Fairholme West Drayton. Registered Aug 25 1864 E Quals; Lic. R. Coll. Phys. London 1863
    Mem. Lic. Midwife 1863 R. Coll Surg. Eng
    Lic. Soc. Apoth. London 1863
  • Event: Address 1896 Wycombe House, Yiewsley, Uxbridge, Middlesex 34
  • Event: Address 1899 Fairholme, West Drayton, Uxbridge, Middlesex 35
  • Event: Address 1900-1903 White Lodge, Bentie Road, Yiewsley, Uxbridge, Middlesex
  • Note:
    1901 living in White Lodge, Yiewsley, Uxbridge. This was near Bentinck road by the railway station and High street but no longer exists.
    He had now been Med. Ref. Prudent Assur. Co.,
    and late surgeon of High Wycombe Cottage Hospital.
    36
  • Event: Address 1903-1907 The Old Vicarage, Preston Candover, Hampshire
  • Note:

    From 1903-1907 they lived at The Old Vicarage in Preston Candover, Hampshire where he retired to after catching influenza from visiting a patient by pony and trap. He also lived briefly in Heston near West Drayton, Kessingland near Lowestoft in Suffolk, Broad Chalke in Salisbury, Walkern in Stevenage, Aldershot in Hampshire and finally Brentwood in Essex (after 1907).
  • Event: Address 1904 White Lodge, Bentinck Road, Yiewsley, Uxbridge, Middlesex 34
  • Event: Photograph 1904 Frogmoor House, where the Haydens lived, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    This was the For Sale photo.
    Frogmoor House was sold in 1904 and pulled down to build shops and a restaurant.
  • Event: Address 1906 Glebe Cottage, Waltern, Stevenage, Hertfordshire
  • Note: Freehold house, but he still owned White Cottage. 34
  • Event: Address 1907 The Old Vicarage, Alresford Road, Preston Candover, Basingstoke, Hampshire
  • Note:
    The Old Vicarage, Alresford Road, Preston Candover, Basingstoke RG25 2EJ. This has an estimated value of £2,049,073. 6 bed, 3 bath.

    Latest Sale: £951,000 | Sale Date: 20th Apr 2000 | Property Type: Detached | Tenure: Freehold
    Previous Sale: £615,000 | Sale Date: 30th Jun 1997 | Property Type: Detached | Tenure: Freehold
    37
  • Event: Address 1908-1909 Broomfield, Upper Hole, Farnham, Surrey
  • Note: White Lodge again given. This address was leasehold. 34 31
  • Event: Address 1909 Hazeldene, Rose Valley, Shenfield, Essex 38
  • Event: http://seax.essexcc.gov.uk/result_details.aspx?ThisRecordsOffSet=1&id=970143 sale 1909 Heatherdene, Rose Valley, Shenfield, Essex
  • Note:
    In April 1909 Heatherdene in Rose Valley had a rental value of £50.
  • _FGRAVE: 146617592
  • Change Date: 5 Dec 2017 at 13:14
  • Note:
    (Medical):His son W A Hayden was the informant and in attendance at his death. He was also of Hazeldene. The death was registered the same day.

    Gravestone:
    In loving memory of William G. Hayden M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.
    Who died 18 June 1909 aged 66
    And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes.

    Died 18th June 1909 Aged 66 "And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes"

    Third level reads.

    Also Elizabeth Matilda Wife of the above died 24th May 1935 aged 86
    In life in death O Lord abide with me

    His death record is Billericay Jun 1909 4a 288. This explains why he was buried in Shenfield Church rather than where he was born. His wife's grandmother was born near Shenfield, so possibly this is why they chose this resting place. I have searched the Voting records at the Essex Record Office but cannot find any trace of either him or his wife.
    Is this why he was named Gallimore?
    Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Will of Charles Gallimore, Gentleman of Handsworth , Staffordshire. PROB 11/2060/417
    Date range: 30 August 1847 - 30 August 1847




    Father: William Henry Hayden b: 30 Sep 1812 in Bath, Somerset c: 7 Mar 1824 in St Swithin's, The Paragon, Walcot, Bath, Somerset
    Mother: Mary Ann Coltman b: 5 May 1812 in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire c: 5 Jun 1812 in All Saints, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

    Marriage 1 Elizabeth Matilda Falconer b: 27 Aug 1848 in 20, Mercers Terrace, Salmon Lane, Stepney, London c: 27 Sep 1848 in St James, Butcher Row, Ratcliff, London
    • Married: 12 Sep 1871 in St Ann's, Stamford Hill, Hackney, London 39 40
    • Event: marriage 1871
    • Note:
      St Ann's Church, Tottenham, Middlesex. Sept 12th 1871
      William Gallimore Hayden 29 bachelor Surgeon of High Wycombe, Bucks, father William Henry Hayden, surgeon, to Elizabeth Matilda Falconer aged 23 spinster of St Ann's Road, father William Falconer, ship broker. They both signed their names in the presence of William Falconer, Maria Falconer, W. H. Hayden and James Augustus Hayden.
      The church was built in 1861 in St Ann's Road, which used to be called Hanger Lane.
    • Change Date: 27 Oct 2017
    Children
    1. Has No Children Florence Anne Hayden b: 19 Jun 1872 in Frogmoor House, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire c: 19 Jul 1872 in St Ann's, Stamford Hill, Hackney, London
    2. Has No Children Maude Frances Hayden b: 10 Oct 1873 in Frogmoor House, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire c: 16 Nov 1873 in All Saints, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
    3. Has No Children William Augustus Hayden b: 1875 in Frogmoor House, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire c: 12 Dec 1875 in All Saints, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
    4. Has Children Arthur Falconer Hayden b: 24 Aug 1877 in Frogmoor House, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire c: 16 Sep 1877 in All Saints, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
    5. Has No Children George Evelyn Hayden b: 17 Oct 1879 in Frogmoor House, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire c: 16 Nov 1879 in All Saints, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
    6. Has No Children Constance Mary Hayden b: 5 Aug 1881 in Frogmoor House, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire c: 28 Aug 1881 in All Saints, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
    7. Has No Children Francis Hayden b: Bet 1 Oct 1888 and 31 Dec 1888 in High Street, Ashwell, Hertfordshire c: 21 Oct 1888 in Ashwell, Hertfordshire

    Sources:
    1. Title: Family Bible
    2. Title: n/a
      Publication: FHL microfilm. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
      Text: Birth, baptism marriage and death records copied to microfilm or microfiche.
      Page: FHL microfilm
      Quality: 3
    3. Title: Birth Certificate.
      Author: England and Wales. Registrar General.
      Text: The appropriate birth certificate is held, or has been sighted.
      Page: birth certificate; citing 6 404, Sept quarter 1842, Wycombe registration district
      Quality: 3
    4. Title: M I.
      Quality: 3
      Text: Gravestone:
      In loving memory of William G. Hayden
      Who died 18 June 1909 aged 66
      And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes.

      Died 18th June 1909 Aged 66 "And God shall wipe away all tears
      from their eyes"

      Third level reads.

      Also Elizabeth Matilda Wife of the above died 24th May 1935 aged 86
      In life in death O Lord abide with me
    5. Title: GRO Index
      Page: Ref: Jun 1909 Billericay 4a 288
      Quality: 4
    6. Title: Death Certificates.
      Author: England and Wales. Registrar General.
      Text: The appropriate death certificate is held or has been sighted to confirm the data.
      Page: death certificate; June quarter 1909, Brentwood registration district, Brentwood sub-district
      Quality: 3
    7. Title: \i List of the Fellows and Members of the Royal College of Physicians of London \i0 . vol. 1907 volumes. 1907. Digital images.
      Page: 7: 150; <
      Quality: 3
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      Author: England.
      Publication: Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. \i Census Returns of England and Wales, 1861\i0 . www.ancestry.co.uk : n.d.
      Text: Held at TNA, formerly the PRO. The 1861 Census for England was taken on the night of 7 April 1861.
      Repository:

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        Quality: 3
      • Title: Bucks Herald
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        Quality: 3
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        Quality: 3
      • Title: Bucks Herald
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        Quality: 3
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        Quality: 3
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        Quality: 3
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        Author: Judson, W. Published online by http://petergoodearl.co.uk/
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        Page: 13 March 1875
        Quality: 3
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        Quality: 3
      • Title: Bucks Herald
        Publication: High Wycombe Library, Buckinghamshire on microfilm.
        Page: Sat 27 Mar 1875
        Quality: 3
      • Title: database
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        Quality: 3
      • Title: database
        Page: Harrods Directory of Wycombe 1876, Also Medical Directory.
        Quality: 3
      • Title: 1881 census of England, taken on 3 April 1881. Digital images.
        Author: England. The National Archives of the UK.
        Publication: \i Census Returns of England and Wales, 1881\i0 . www.ancestry.co.uk : n.d.
        Text: 1881 British Isles Census Index provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints © Copyright 1999 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.
        Page: High Wycombe, folio 116, page 7, Hayden; digital images, \i Census Returns of England and Wales, 1881\i0  (www.ancestry.co.uk); citing PRO RG 11/1463
        Quality: 3
      • Title: Digital images.
        Publication: www.ancestry.com. \i UK Medical Directories\i0.
        Text: This data is provided in partnership with the General Medical Council, London and contains annually published books listing all the names of doctors who were licensed to practise in the United Kingdom and abroad from 1859-1959. Also included are foreign doctors who qualified in Britain. Although these books were published annually, registers have only been digitised at four year intervals.
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        Quality: 3
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        Author: Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England.
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        Repository:

          Page: www.ancestry.co.uk
          Quality: 3
        • Title: Birth Certificate.
          Author: England and Wales. Registrar General.
          Text: The appropriate birth certificate is held, or has been sighted.
          Page: birth certificate
          Quality: 3
          Text: Arthur was born here in 1877.
        • Title: Bucks Herald
          Publication: High Wycombe Library, Buckinghamshire on microfilm.
          Page: 23 February 1878
          Quality: 3
        • Title: \i Reading Mercury \i0
          Author: British Newspaper Archives.
          Publication: www.fmp.co.uk:
          Page: "p. 5.," 2 March 1878, online archives.
          Quality: 3
        • Title: Digital images.
          Publication: www.ancestry.com. \i UK Medical Directories\i0.
          Text: This data is provided in partnership with the General Medical Council, London and contains annually published books listing all the names of doctors who were licensed to practise in the United Kingdom and abroad from 1859-1959. Also included are foreign doctors who qualified in Britain. Although these books were published annually, registers have only been digitised at four year intervals.
          Page: \i UK Medical Directories\i0
          Quality: 3
        • Title: 1881 census of England, taken on 3 April 1881. Digital images.
          Author: England. The National Archives of the UK.
          Publication: \i Census Returns of England and Wales, 1881\i0 . www.ancestry.co.uk : n.d.
          Text: 1881 British Isles Census Index provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints © Copyright 1999 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.
          Page: High Wycombe, folio 116, page 7, Hayden; digital images, \i Census Returns of England and Wales, 1881\i0  (www.ancestry.co.uk : accessed 1 Jun 2006); citing PRO RG 11/1463
          Quality: 3
        • Title: Bucks Herald
          Publication: High Wycombe Library, Buckinghamshire on microfilm.
          Page: 27 September 1884 - Bucks Herald
          Quality: 3
        • Title: Digital images.
          Publication: www.ancestry.com. \i UK Medical Directories\i0.
          Text: This data is provided in partnership with the General Medical Council, London and contains annually published books listing all the names of doctors who were licensed to practise in the United Kingdom and abroad from 1859-1959. Also included are foreign doctors who qualified in Britain. Although these books were published annually, registers have only been digitised at four year intervals.
          Page: page 500; "General Medical Council, 1859-1959," \i UK Medical Directories\i0
          Quality: 3
        • Title: \i Hertford Mercury and Reformer\i0
          Page: "Ashwell," 19 February 1887, p. 3; digital images.
          Quality: 3
        • Title: Digital images.
          Publication: www.ancestry.com. \i UK Medical Directories\i0.
          Text: This data is provided in partnership with the General Medical Council, London and contains annually published books listing all the names of doctors who were licensed to practise in the United Kingdom and abroad from 1859-1959. Also included are foreign doctors who qualified in Britain. Although these books were published annually, registers have only been digitised at four year intervals.
          Page: \i UK Medical Directories\i0  (accessed 7 Oct 2016)
          Quality: 3
        • Title: Digital images.
          Publication: www.ancestry.com. \i UK Medical Directories\i0.
          Text: This data is provided in partnership with the General Medical Council, London and contains annually published books listing all the names of doctors who were licensed to practise in the United Kingdom and abroad from 1859-1959. Also included are foreign doctors who qualified in Britain. Although these books were published annually, registers have only been digitised at four year intervals.
          Page: page 545; "General Medical Council, 1859-1959," \i UK Medical Directories\i0
          Quality: 3
        • Title: 1891 census of England, taken on 5 April 1891. Digital images.
          Author: England. TNA.
          Publication: Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc. \i Census Returns of England and Wales, 1891\i0 . www.ancestry.co.uk : 2005
          Page: digital images, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., \i Census Returns of England and Wales, 1891\i0  (www.ancestry.co.uk); citing PRO RG 12
          Quality: 3
        • Title: "London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965," database, www.ancestry.com
          Author: Electoral Registers. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives
        • Title: Digital images.
          Publication: www.ancestry.com. \i UK Medical Directories\i0.
          Text: This data is provided in partnership with the General Medical Council, London and contains annually published books listing all the names of doctors who were licensed to practise in the United Kingdom and abroad from 1859-1959. Also included are foreign doctors who qualified in Britain. Although these books were published annually, registers have only been digitised at four year intervals.
          Page: page 742; "General Medical Council, 1859-1959 for 1899," \i UK Medical Directories\i0
          Quality: 3
        • Title: Digital images.
          Publication: www.ancestry.com. \i UK Medical Directories\i0.
          Text: This data is provided in partnership with the General Medical Council, London and contains annually published books listing all the names of doctors who were licensed to practise in the United Kingdom and abroad from 1859-1959. Also included are foreign doctors who qualified in Britain. Although these books were published annually, registers have only been digitised at four year intervals.
          Page: page 728; "General Medical Council, 1859-1959 for 1903," \i UK Medical Directories\i0
          Quality: 3
        • Title: \i List of the Fellows and Members of the Royal College of Physicians of London \i0 . vol. 1907 volumes. 1907. Digital images.
          Page: <
          Quality: 3
        • Title: Parish registers.
          Text: Church records can be found in the appropriate record office relevant to the parish, including the LMA in London. Sources for High Wycombe were augmented by The EurekA Partnership series of booklets unless personally accessed in High Wycombe Library.
          Repository:

            Page: "Still held in the Church.,"
            Quality: 3
          • Title: Marriage Certificates.
            Author: England and Wales. Registrar General.
            Text: The appropriate marriage certificate is held (or has been sighted) to confirm the data.
            Page: marriage certificate; citing Volume:3a Page:249, Sept quarter 1871, Edmonton Essex registration district
          • Title: \i London Daily News\i0
            Repository:

              Page: "Marriages," 15 September 1871, p. 1; digital images.
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