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51 2017 - 4 Prince's Street appears to be the Marlborough Pub PACKHAM, Emma Sarah (I22)
 
52 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. JACKAMAN, S. (I4)
 
53 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. JACKAMAN, S. (I4)
 
54 22-Feb-1999 Letter from Tom Waugh with inscription on grave stone in St Johns Church of Ireland cemetery in John Street, Sligo as follows:-
"Necminus Fortiter
Sacred to the memory of Ellen M Culbertson who departed this life on the 18th April 1845 aged 25 years. Also of her daughter Ellen who died January 2nd 1847 aged 4 years, also Robert Culbertson Ballisodare who departed this life 9th May 1862 aged 52 years. Universally beloved and respected. Also of Agnes Culbertson who departed this life 8th October 1868 aged 46 years."

Also pamphlet with
In the year 1833, Mr Robert Culbertson erected the great oatmeal mill on the right bank of the river. Later, he put up, on the left bank, the famous flour mill, which for several years after its erection, supplied all the shopkeepers and bakers of County Sligo as well as many in the counties of Roscommon and Leitrim. In 1840, Culbertson's new mills were burned down, and large quantities of oats and meal were destroyed. The cause of the fire is not known, but we do know that the mills were quickly rebuilt and Culbertson continued to work them successfully. In 1856, there was a fatal explosion in the mills which blew the entire roof off the structure, killed nine men, maimed several workmen, destroyed vast stores of wheat and flour and much of the machinery. It is reputed that the explosion was caused by chemicals which were used for discolouring the flour, and which were kept locked in a room at the mill. The person in charge of this department was absent in England when the explosion occurred, and thus, it is not known how it came about. 
CULBERTSON, Robert (I13)
 
55 22-Feb-1999 Letter from Tom Waugh with inscription on grave stone in St Johns Church of Ireland cemetery in John Street, Sligo as follows:- "Necminus Fortiter Sacred to the memory of Ellen M Culbertson who departed this life on the 18th April 1845 aged 25 years.
Also of her daughter Ellen who died January 2nd 1847 aged 4 years.
Also Robert Culbertson Ballisodare who departed this life 9th May 1862 aged 52 years. Universally beloved and respected.
Also of Agnes Culbertson who departed this life 8th October 1868 aged 46 years." 
ASHLIN, Ellen Martha Spencer (I25)
 
56 25-Sep-1984 Robert & Anna's joint graves found in St Pancras & Islington Cemetery, Finchley. Grave No. 1 4H grant No. 4616 A white cross inscribed at the base with "In memoriam, Robert Spencer Culbertson, entered into rest April 23rd 1894, aged 49 years, Jesus said I am the resurrection and the life. And Anna his wife, born 1845 - Died June 27th 1923 CULBERTSON, Robert Spencer (I15)
 
57 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. JACKAMAN, S. (I4)
 
58 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CULBERTSON, G.M.J. (I3)
 
59 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. JACKAMAN, S. (I4)
 
60 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. COVEYDUCK, N. (I202)
 
61 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CULBERTSON, G.M.J. (I3)
 
62 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CULBERTSON, G.M.J. (I3)
 
63 31-Mar-1901 - Lived at 64 Leinster Square, Paddington (Census) - shown as a widow, living on own means and born in Ireland aged 55 yrs. Living with sister-in-law Annie Culbertson (single) age 41 yrs CHRISTIAN, Anna (I37)
 
64 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CULBERTSON, G.M.J. (I3)
 
65 5-Sep-1936 Died a spinster at "Lexden" 7 Kings Road, Paignton, Devon CULBERTSON, Agnes (I17)
 
66 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MCARTHUR, C.S. (I191)
 
67 7-Apr-1842 - David CULBERTSON is shown as the father on the marriage licence of Robert CULBERTSON to Ellen Martha ASHLIN. Witnesses include Jessie CULBERTSON (wife of David? and/or mother of Robert?) Might this rather be Tessie CULBERTSON sister to Robert? CULBERTSON, David (I296)
 
68 9 Feb 1858 a Jane CULBERTON married Moffat JACKSON, both aged 21yrs. Her father was David CULBERTON a merchant and a witness was Robert CULBERTON. Should this surname really be CULBERTSON? CULBERTSON, David (I296)
 
69 Address at marriage was 40 Robertson Street, Hastings.  BOLINGBROKE, Violet Victoria (I10)
 
70 After his wife Violet fell down some stairs in Wells, Robert & Violet sold Peace Close and moved to the East Hill Hotel, Hill Brow, Liss, Hampshire.  CULBERTSON, Robert Bryan (I9)
 
71 After leaving the Navy joined Meon Travel Agency at Petersfield, Hampshire where he looked after the villa side of the business. Made redundant and retired fully. CULBERTSON, John Murray (I6)
 
72 After school played for London Irish Rugby Club.  CULBERTSON, Robert Bryan (I9)
 
73 After the war became an engineer and worked for The Gas, Light & Coke Company in the Kensall Green area of London.  CULBERTSON, Robert Bryan (I9)
 
74 Aged 25 years ASHLIN, Ellen Martha Spencer (I25)
 
75 Aged 4 years CULBERTSON, Ellen (I163)
 
76 Aged 46 years HARVEY, Agnes (I26)
 
77 Aged 52 years CULBERTSON, Robert (I13)
 
78 An inquest was held on 21st April 1894 at the City Mortuary, Golden Lane, in the parish of St Giles, Cripplegate and Broad Street Ward before Coroner Samuel Frederick Langham. (Copy held) Roberts' body had been found at 5.20 pm in a closet in the lavatory on Monday 23rd. Dr Nicholson of 54 New Broad Street was called and pronounced life extinct some 4 or 5 hours previously. (Copy letter from the Ward Beadle Mr H Blunsum held). Copy of two pages of notes made by Mr Langham also held, but are very difficult to read. They show the notes made on what each of the five witnesses testified. The witnesses stated:- John Culbertson, 49 Eastcheap 49 Eastcheap crossed out and written over with St Mary Cray, Kent, Secretary to London Produce Clearing House has sworn and ... that deceased Robert Spencer Culbertson was my brother he worked at 9 Pitt Street Campden Hill ... Corn Broker and was 49 years of age- He has not been under ... ... for the last 4 months. Charles Thomas Bacon (plumber), 2 Linnell Rd, Fairfield, Upper Edmonton has sworn saith on Monday evening soon after 5 was repairing some pipes at the Baltic Coffee House Mr ... came down ... ... I was in the laundry and asked me to look into the lavatory (crossed out) closet as he had ... his ... during the day I procured a small ladder and got thro' ... closet window I saw a gentleman on the seat reclining in the corner quite still ... ...... the door open and saw deceased on the closet quite dead he was very cold - I sent for Dr who came in a few minutes and pronounced him dead I saw nothing in the closet. Henry Gorman (PC 965), City Police ... ... saith on Monday evening inst at 5.30 I was called to the ... I saw deceased apparently dead ... a little to the left. Dr was there and pronounced him dead. Thomas Rye (PS 86) both of Bishopsgate Street Station Joseph John Nicholson 42 Fel?own Road South Hampstead and New Broad Street physician and surgeon by ... saith I was sent for on Monday evening about /past 5 I found the deceased reclining on left side in closet - quite dead and had been dead 4 or 5 hours nothing ... ... ... ... for death - no marks of ... I made a ... ... I ... fully degenerated of heart lungs were very cold - stomach distended with gas - undigested food - some not properly masticated - ... organs Really I believe deceased died ... fully degenera? of ?heart. Verdict of inquest - natural death  CULBERTSON, Robert Spencer (I15)
 
79 Announced in The Times on Saturday, July 20, 1889. See ref 3 Photo taken by E Davey Lavender, Portrait and Equestrian Studios, Tweedy Buildings, Widmore Road, Bromley, Kent (opposite grand entrance to Bromley Palace). Has Murray Culbertson written on back of card. Shows Murray as a young baby about 18mths to 2yrs old. Born with only one arm, but despite this major handicap managed to gain a place in the 1st X1 cricket team at St Edwards School, Oxford and then became an accomplished big game hunter in Mesopotamia. Alligator bags & suitcases still exist.  CULBERTSON, John Murray Schütz (I11)
 
80 At time of 1881 Census living at 4 & 5 Princes St, "Marlborough Hotel", Brighton, Sussex with wife and daughter Emma Sarah Not shown on 1901 Census PACKHAM, Thomas (I166)
 
81 At time of birth her parents were living at 51 Queens Crescent, St Pancras, London

Her adopted children thought she was born 12-Mar-1921 
HUTLEY, Beatrice May (I214)
 
82 At time of birth parents living at 6 Pulteney Road, Wanstead, Essex CULBERTSON, Heather (I61)
 
83 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CULBERTSON, B.S. (I183)
 
84 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CULBERTSON, B.S. (I183)
 
85 Beatrice May HUTLEY's mother was a CARTER before marriage to Alfred HUTLEY. Was she a relation to Pauline KEENAN's (Sheila JACKAMAN's) mother Phyllis Mary CARTER? CARTER, Phyllis Mary (I343)
 
86 Believed to have been a boarder at the Convent of Zion, Ladbroke Grove, London (Near Kensall Rise).  BOLINGBROKE, Violet Victoria (I10)
 
87 Believed to have been adopted SCHÜTZ, Florence (I42)
 
88 Birth Certificate BXCD 167987 obtained from GRO 30-Apr-2008, shows Emma Sarah was born at 4 Prince's Street, Brighton. Father Thomas Packham Licensed Victualler, mother Emma Sarah Packham formerly King. PACKHAM, Emma Sarah (I22)
 
89 Birth Certificate of Alberto Bolingbroke shows his mother as Louiseanne Sherring. Father Albert shown as a corset maker. The family were living at 48 Robertson Street, Hastings. Family F109
 
90 Birth register search shows a John PINCHES born Oct-Dec 1872 in Brighton, Sussex Volume 2B page 195 refers PINCHES, John Ebenezer (I355)
 
91 born at 05:00hrs at home address HALL, Herbert (I136)
 
92 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CULBERTSON, B.S. (I183)
 
93 Born at home BOLINGBROKE, Violet Victoria (I10)
 
94 Born between 1-Jul-1858 & 30-Jun-1859  CULBERTSON, Arthur (I19)
 
95 Born between 17-Sep-1832 & 18-Sep-1833  MARTIN, Susannah (I34)
 
96 Born between 24-Mar-1817 & 23-Mar-1818 Died pre 30-Jun-1870 (from Susannah's will) SCHÜTZ, Gustavus Claussen (I31)
 
97 Born between 3-Mar-1859 & 2-Mar-1860 SCHÜTZ, Florence (I42)
 
98 Born c. 1853 In 1915 lived at 15 Stockleigh Road, St Leonards-on-sea, Sussex (see Anna CHRISTIAN)  CULBERTSON, Agnes (I17)
 
99 Born c. 1857 Published in The Times, London on Fiday, April 13, 1888 - Marriages
On the 11 inst., at St Mary Abbott's, Kensington, by the Rev James Lyons, M.A., Rector of Fiddown, county Kilkenny. ALEXANDER LYONS, Rathellen, Sligo to ELLEN, daughter of the late ROBERT CULBERTSON, of Ballisodare, county Sligo. See card 
CULBERTSON, Ellen (I18)
 
100 Born pre 1798 Shown on sons marriage certificate as a solicitor. Jul-1985 Enquiry with the Law Society negative SCHÜTZ, Christian Louis Claussen (I30)
 

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