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41 (Research):Death 1869 Dub South Vol, 2 Page 557 SMITH, Martha (I3638)
42 (Research):DEATH: (From Linda Hansen, info from GRO Dublin)

DEATH: Death 1876 Samuel Alldritt, 73 years, Dublin North, Vol 13. Page 372.
District No.3 North City
Union Dublin North
City of Dublin
22 August 1876 at 18 Aughrim Street
Samuel Alldritt, widower, aged 73 years
Occupation: engineer
Cause of death: Paralysis, 2 years, uncertified; Tubercular phthisis, 2 years, Diarrhoea, certified
Informant: Isaac Alldritt, present at death, Rutland Avenue, Dolphins Barn
Registered 24 August 1876

DEATH: There was a Letter of Administration for Samuel:-
Index to Probate and Administration Calendars 1858-77 (at National
Archives, Dublin)
Samuel Alldritt, Intestacy, Principal Registry, 1876
7 Nov 1876 Samuel Alldritt
Effects under £100
Letter of Administration of the personal estate of Samuel Alldritt late of 18 Aughrim Street, Dublin, Esquire, a widower, deceased, who died 23 August 1876 at the same place were granted at the Principal Registry to Isaac Alldritt of 6 Reillys Avenue, Dolphins Barn, Dublin, Engineer, the son of said deceased.

DEATH: Samuel Alldritt was admitted to Simpsons Hopsital in May 1875 for
blindness. Both my great grandfather, Benjamin Leslie from Dublin, and my great great grandfather, Jonathan Ravell from Dublin both spent many years in Simpsons Hopsital. Benjamin Leslie was admitted for blindness and was there for 18 years until his death in 1914. Jonathan Ravell was there for 10 years and was also admitted for blindness. I wouldn't mind betting they had cataracts - my 86 year old mother has cataracts and she's their granddaughter and great granddaughter.To give you an idea what Simpsons Hospital was this is from a Dublin Directory-

Simpson's Hospital (1781)
Great Britain Street
Founded by the late George Simpson Esq. of Dublin for the reception of reduced but respectable men of good character who are permanently disabled either through the effects of gout or want of sight.

DEATH: Simpsons Hopsital Admission Register
Alldritt, Samuel
Age: 72 years
Occupation: Engineer
Address: 18 Aughrim Street
Application date: May 1875

DEATH: Simpsons Hospital Record of Deaths, Expulsions, Resignations etc.
Alldritt, Samuel
Age: 72 years
Occupation: Engineer
Address: Aughrim Street
Blind/Gouty: blind
Admitted: May 1875
Died: 22 August 1876

ADDRESS: From the Ansley Dublin City Directory, 1850 (
Aldritt, Samuel
13 Grangegorman Lane (tenements - indiv occups not listed) 
ALLDRITT, Samuel Fortescue Wyatt. (I798)
43 (Research):DEATH: Death 1875 Eliza Alldritt, 72 years, Dublin North, 2 600
District No.3 North City
Union Dublin North
City of Dublin
9 March 1875 at 18 Aughrim Street
Eliza Alldritt, married woman, aged 72 years
Wife of an engineer
Cause of death: Bronchitis, years, uncertified
Informant: Isaac Alldritt, present at death,
13 Rutland Avenue,
Barn Bridge
Registered 16 March 1875 
ALLDRITT, Eliza (I922)
44 (Research):Delia went on to become a NUN. and was based in The Convent; Bexley Road. Erith , Kent, England.

She was known as Sister Bridget Patricia. 
SELLARS, Delia Elizabeth. (I1631)
45 (Research):Description: Adam Biebesheimer born in 1869 in Nordheim Germany, died in 1931 of tbc. Educated in Worms, Germany, pharmacist training in Milwaukee Wisc. and one year at Texas A&M.
He enjoyed Shiller and Goethe - Schmann. A mason - served in the Spanish American war in Florida. Sucessful pharmacy in Bay View.
Elizabeth (Krausslach) born in 1872 in Milwaukee Wisc, died in 1947 of a heart attack. Was the first secretary of the National Druggist Assoc. Auxilary in Wisconsin.
Used to bring us horehounds and carmel corn after her shopping jaunts down Wisconsin Ave.
As a preschooler when she lived in the homestead on 9th and Vliet she used to take me to the bakery to get brochen eaten with plenty of butter and currant jelly. She and sister Kate moved to an apt on Atkinson Ave during WWII. There she made a great frozen custard and lemon pies. When brother Ed was born I stayed there for a couple of weeks. Had the privilege that Christmas of putting up their tree. Used to watch Aunt Kate review her stocks each day with her magnifying glass. And now also under stand why my grandmother let me thread the needles for her sewing. Like my Dad - a very nice relaxed way about her. 
KRAUSSLACH, Elizabeth Ann. (I2902)
46 (Research):Description: Born 1869 in Nordheim, Germany. Attended schools in Worms, Gemany.
Worked for an importing firm at Mannheim Germany several years.
Came to America in 1893 to visit the Chicago World's Fair and stayed. Naturalized in 1896.
Worked for Ladwig and Schrank.
Worked for Webster Drug lab in Waupaca.
Returned to Milwaukee in 1896 and opened the City Hall Drug Store in parternership with Alvin Loefke.
In 1898 enlisted in the Spanish-American War - 1st
Reg Inf. Wis. Volunteers and served at Jacksonville, Fla. until honorably discharged in 1899.
In 1900 dissolved partnership with Loefke and established Bay View Pharmacy Pryor Avenue and Ellen St. ( now Delaware Ave.)
Married in 1901 - 2 children John William and Mrs. Jerome Dowling.
In 1913, due to ill health, moved to Big Wells, Texas, where he operated a ranch. (just like George Bush)
Returned to Mil. in 1921.
Re-entered the drug business at Teutonia Ave and Clark sts in 1922 which he operated until his death Mar. 2 1931.
Mr. Biebesheimer was a member of Russell Ave Evangelical Church, a mason, member of Lake Lodge, Hugh McGrath Post, Wisc. Pharmaceutical Assn, Nat Assn Reail Drugists, Mil Veteran Druggist Assn. 
BIEBESHEIMER, Adam Wm. (I2718)
47 (Research):Done Bridesmaid: for her sister Bridget in 1886 in Cork. HURLEY, Mary Kate (I1797)
48 (Research):Emigrated on Board the S'S' Baltic. in March 1907 Michael and Kate.

Destination. Ontario, Canada. 
DOWLING, Michael Henry (I389)
49 (Research):Found his grave in Glasnevin St Pauls plot. BILLINGS, Nicholas (I384)
50 (Research):He worked as a Postman.
Told by Alison Tomsett 
TOMSETT, Edward James (I310)
51 (Research):I met up with June in Wilton, in August 2007. We had a good ould chat I got some Information on the Lane family And my own Family. LANE, June (I66)
52 (Research):James was a Policeman. His Daughters Wedding Cert.

Death Cert: Jan - Mar 1904 Galway. Vol. 4 Page 181 
GLANCY, James (I54)
53 (Research):Jane O. Mackenzie:
Mrs. Jane Oswald Mackenzie, 84, 469 Juniper Ct., died at her residence Friday at 4:15 A.M. of a lingering illness. She was born July 23, 1868, in Scotland, and was married to John J MacKenzie Nov 8, 1891, in Barre, Vt. They came to Utah in 1918, where Mr. Mackenzie died in December, 1920. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Winnifred Scogings, with whom she resided; three grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Monday noon at 574 E. 1st South by the Rev. Donald Christensen, pastor, Wasatch Presbyterian Church. Friends may call at the place of funeral Sunday and Monday one-half hour prior to services. Burial will be in Murray City Cemetery. 
OSWALD, Jane (I2306)
54 (Research):Looked at school records in the archive library in Bishop Street. on 10-10-2007.
searched: Ed 2 / 15 folio 133
ED 2/ 150 Folio 150.

ğED 2 / 157 Folio 65.
Will I find anything :

11-02-1841 Salary granted to Cornelius O'Driscoll from 01-01-1841.
26-05-1841 paid a salary of £7-10 sh.
11-02-1841 to 15-02-1853. So Far.
07-03-1856 to 20-02-1882. He might retire.
16-04-1884 C.O'Driscoll Admonished on strict observance of rule 4 in future.

in 1871 looked to get back in but was out of the boards service for almost 8 years. 
O'DRISCOLL, Corneilus Snr (I118)
55 (Research):Mary is Buried with her Mother, and her GrandMother.In Mount Jerome. O'DRISCOLL, Marie Thresa (I244)
56 (Research):Moved to Sydney, Australia. ALLDRITT, Ethel Mary (I1233)
57 (Research):Moved to Wrexham in Wales.
Told by Alison Gauntlett. Tomsett 
TOMSETT, Dorothy M. (I3447)
58 (Research):Name: Haines, Reginald V
Serial Number: 32058934
Residence: Essex, New Jersey
Enlistment Place: Newark, New Jersey
Enlistment Date: 06 February 1941
Grade Alpha: Pvt
Grade Code: Private
Branch Alpha: Bi
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, Usa
Enlistment Term: Enlistment For The Duration of The War or Other Emergency, Plus Six Months, Subject To The Discretion of The President or Otherwise According To Law
Source: Civil Life
Nativity: New Jersey
Birth Year: 1919
Race and Citizenship: White, Citizen
Education: 2 Years of High School
Civil Occupation: Semiskilled Occupations In Manufacture of Furniture, N.E.C.
Marital Status: Single, Without Dependents

Taken From; WorldVital Records .com 16-08-2009 
HAINES, Reginald Vincent Harold (I508)
59 (Research):Obituary Sudbury Star - February 12, 1927: Mrs. Frances Fensom - One of the pioneers of Sudbury District.
Mrs. Frances Henry Stephens Fensom passed to her rest at her home at Nairn Centre on Wednesday, February 09, 1927 following an illness of a year's duration. Eighty-eight years of age Mrs. Fensom came with her husband to Sudbury District in 1891 and for the last 34 years has resided at Nairn being a pioneer homesteader and among the first to settle at Nairn. Previous to going to Nairn, Mr. and Mrs. Fensom resided for two years in Sudbury. Mrs Fensom was always an active woman and cheerfully accepted the hardships which pioneering life cast upon her. Born in Devonshire, England in1839, Mrs. Fensom came to Canada with her parents when three of age, the family locating in Toronto. In 1866 she was married to Richard Fensom who predeceased her in 1915. Surviving are a family of seven, three daughters and four sons as follows; Richard at home; Albert and George of Sudbury and Arthur of Barrie; Mrs. Sam Jessop and Mrs. R Dorsett, Sudbury and Mrs. Eliza Keeler, Sioux Lookout. The Funeral was held on Friday afternoon from the home of Mrs. R. Dorsett, Marion Street. Rev. P.F. Bull officiating. 
STEPHENS, Frances Hope. (I2208)
60 (Research):Searched for a Will.
Years checked.
1870 to 1894 . 25 Yrs in total. Nothing found.
Both : O'Sullivan and Sullivan. 
O'SULLIVAN, Bartholomew (I287)

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