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The passenger log of the "Viceroy of India" travelling from London to Bombay in 1935 shows a Cecil Burge and an Ethel Burge, so she was still alive then but died sometime between then and Cecil leaving India at the end of 1949. If anyone can shed some light on any of this I'd be very grateful, regards, James. Her father's name My name is Michael Chater and I am looking for an old friend.
I am trying to find information about my great grandmother: Jane Lily Ann ELDRED( nee Peters. She was an Assistant Surgeon of Midwifery in Mulkan India. Her name is Barbara Soffe, and she lived in Agra, India in 1968-69.
Ellen and her two siblings Henry Horatio and Fredrick Edward were the children of Henry Jackson Teasdale who was married to Julia Khan.
Henry Jackson's father was Henry Crouston Teasdale.
I would be delighted to hear from anyone who has any information with the above names to get in touch .
Regards Andrew A Matthews [email protected] now 80 yrs and its high time I did some work on my family tree. As Couto is a relatively well known name in Portugal, I assume were Portuguese some way back.
His name is Ivan Jones and was born in Calcutta, West Bengal.
I would be most grateful to hear from anyone who knew him or knows of him. Deirdra Morris deirdra.morris I am looking for any evidence that a Mary Louisa Macleod, born in Carlisle, Cumberland, England in about 1829, lived in India in or around the 1850s.
The Kellys were in part a railway family and lived in Byculla Railway Quarters for a time (Berkeley Buildings), as well as for periods of time in Kalyan, Igatpuri, Bhusaval, Amroti and Badnera.
Some of the children attended St Marys School and St Agnes Convent School in Byculla.
It was suggested that I .....write to the ecclesiastical authorities requesting them to send a copy of her entry to the British Library, on receipt of which we can formally enter it in our records and issue you with a certified copy.
Gangapur is unlikely to have more than one Catholic church.......
Being from a fairly ignorant English West Country background it is quite possible that the family presumed she was Indian and did not explore the possibility that Ethel's mother, Catherine Camilla, was either Indian or half Indian and her Father a British soldier or civil servant.