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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ...member of the Board of Revenue. In 186o he came home on furlough, and in 1861 resigned the Company's service. He died at 5, Clarendon Terrace, Brighton, 2oth August, 189o, in his seventy-seventh year, and was bur. in the Extra Mural Cemetery there. Mr. Bayley was the author of several works, of which a list is given in the appendix. Mr. Bayley married, at Trichinopoli, 9th April, 1836, Henrietta, daughter of William Young Ottley, F.R.S., F.S.A., custodian of the prints in the British Museum, and author of the Italian School of Design, &c. She died at Brighton, 13th November, 1876, and was bur. in the Extra Mural Cemetery. William Henry and Henrietta Bayley had issue: --r. Lucy Seely, born 4th February, 1837; living 1894. 2. Henrietta Elizabeth, born 2nd January, 1838; married 14th November, 1865, the Rev. George Biscoe Oldfield, rector of Berwick St. Leonard-cum-Sedgehill, Wilts (youngest son of Henry Swann Oldfield of the Bengal Civil Service), and died 15th April, 1871, leaving issue: (1) Charles Bayley Oldfield, of New College, Oxford, and a barrister of the Inner Temple. (2) Gertrude Letitia. (3) Frederic Biscoe, of New College, Oxford, and a barrister of the Inner Temple. 3. Alicia Fenton, born 3oth March, 1839, and living 1894; married 9th December, 1869, James Robert Gaussen (second son of Charles Gaussen, of Dublin), who died 187o, leaving one child, Alice Ada Sophia, who died in 1872. 8. Frederic Hamilton, born at Calcutta, 4th November, 1814; died 14th April, 1829, and was bur. at Fletching, Sussex. 12. William Butterworth, of whom presently (Pedigree B). 13. Cornwall, born 13th March, 1784, and was bap. at Hope, 19th April, 1784, by the Rev. Thomas Barnes, D.D. He was educated at Winwick and Rugby, and on 7th December, 18o1, was...
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