Cumberbatch Family History

Notes


Matches 16,851 to 16,900 of 17,385

      «Prev «1 ... 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 ... 348» Next»

 #   Notes   Linked to 
16851 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Cumberbatch, Arthur (I1360)
 
16852 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Cumberbatch, Thomas (I1344)
 
16853 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Cumberbatch, John William (I1331)
 
16854 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Cumberbatch, Ada Mary (I1327)
 
16855 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Pollard, Fanny (I1321)
 
16856 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Pollard, Levi (I1320)
 
16857 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Taylor, Rosetta (I1316)
 
16858 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Comberbach, Alfred Arthur (I1315)
 
16859 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Comberbach, George (I1310)
 
16860 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Comberbach, John William MM (I1309)
 
16861 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Higham, Sarah (I1302)
 
16862 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Higham, James (I1301)
 
16863 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Cumberbatch, William John C (I1293)
 
16864 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Hollingsworth, Charles Henry (I1066)
 
16865 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Comberbach, Robert (I474)
 
16866 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Comberbach, George Edward (I473)
 
16867 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Wood, Ellen (I472)
 
16868 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker COMBERBACH, Harriet (I464)
 
16869 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Comberbach, Thomas Charles (I462)
 
16870 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Comberbach, George (I454)
 
16871 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Cumberbatch, Theodore Theophilus (I1291)
 
16872 Whether Working at Home: At Home Wright, Clara Edith (I8654)
 
16873 Whether Working at Home: At Home Westwell, Elizabeth (I2576)
 
16874 Whether Working at Home: At Home Cumberledge, James (I2575)
 
16875 Whether Working at Home: At Home Cumberbirch, Mary Ann (I1956)
 
16876 Whether Working at Home: At Home Slider, Maggie (I1791)
 
16877 Whether Working at Home: At Home Cumberpatch, Hannah (I1639)
 
16878 Whether Working at Home: At Home Cumberbatch, Marion (I1394)
 
16879 Whether Working at Home: At Home COMBERBACH, Mary Jane (I449)
 
16880 Whitehall, February 11, 1915.
The KING has been pleased, by Warrant under His Majesty's Royal Sign Manual, bearing date the 10th instant, to appoint the Reverend Samuel Kirshbaum Knight, M.A., B.D., to the Living of Saint Andrew, Wells Street, Saint Marylebone, void by the resignation of the Reverend Harry Altham Cumberlege, M.A., the last Incumbent.

The London Gazette
Publication date:12 February 1915 Issue:29066 Page:1447
https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/29066/page/1447 
Cumberlege, Reverend Harry Altham (I2600)
 
16881 WHITEHALL, July 16, 1896.
The Queen has been pleased to give and grant unto Arthur Herbert Cumberbatch, Esq., Her Majesty's Royal licence and authority that he may accept and wear the Insignia of the Order of the Medjidieh of the Third Class, which His Imperial Majesty the Sultan of Turkey has been pleased to confer upon him in recognition of his services while actually and entirely employed beyond Her Majesty's Dominions as Chief Cashier of the Turkish Tobacco Monopoly.

https://www.thegazette.co.uk/Edinburgh/issue/10798/page/706/data.pdf 
Cumberbatch, Arthur Herbert (I555)
 
16882 Wife: Emma, 37 Ash Street, Northampton.

http://interactive.ancestry.co.uk/1114/MIUK1914A_084042-02621/719057?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.co.uk%2fcgi-bin%2fsse.dll%3frank%3d1%26new%3d1%26MSAV%3d1%26msT%3d1%26gss%3dangs-c%26gsfn%3dwilliam%26gsfn_x%3dNP%26gsln%3dcumberpatch%26gsln_x%3dNP%26cpxt%3d1%26uidh%3d5h3%26cp%3d0%26pcat%3d39%26h%3d719057%26db%3dBritishArmy%26indiv%3d1%26ml_rpos%3d1&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnRecord#?imageId=miuk1914a_084042-02626

http://bit.ly/1fOpe9f
 
Cumberpatch, William (I2528)
 
16883 Wilkes COMBERBACH s Mary base son 1720 21-Feb Kingsthorpe C of E
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S5225)
 
16884 WILL (source Ernest M. Wiltshire): In a codicil to her will refers to " the portrait of my father by Gainsborough",
"our relation Sir. Jas. Napier" & "cousin John Gowan of Chichester", mentions "To Sir. J. N. the gold medal of H.M. given my F. when he was P. of Wales", and "our dear sister Reading", "my sister in law Mrs. Juliana King" ... her brother Edw. Gascoigne..." , my bro in law Tho. King Esq of Chiswick Mall (Middlesex)" She also mentions "the things I left at Kensington Palace"!

Will dated 26 April 1795; proved 7 January 1797 (49, Exeter) (Brandow J.C. Genealogies of Barbados Families) 
Bersheba, Martha (I493)
 
16885 Will (source Ernest M. Wiltshire): In the will of his step-mother Martha Bersheba Sober, dated 26 Apr 1795: "I have left my estate to Hope Elletson Sober for his life only, as I believe his atachment to the Indian is not legal and his ch are illegitimate in justice to the rest of my husband's family. His handsome legacy from his grandmother and aunt."
Perhaps the ancestor of the coloured SOBERS, or perhaps refers to the East Indies: In the will of his grandmother May Sober, dated 28 July 1792: "Elletson S. now in the E.I., 2000lbs."

*** RELATIONSHIPS TO BE CHECKED ***

Hope Elletson Sober, in the E.I. in 1789 ;? left natural children by Indian woman (Brandow J.C. Genealogies of Barbados Families) 
Sober, Hope Elletson (I764)
 
16886 Will (source Ernest M. Wiltshire): John Sober, late of the p. of St. Peter in the Island of Barbados, now of Little Bursted, co. Essex, Esq. Will dated 12 Oct 1751.
My father-in-law Nich. Wilcox of Bdos Esq., Edwd: Clark Parish of L., Esq, Abr. Carleton Cumberbatch and Joseph Lindsey, both of Bdos, Esqres. on T. all my sugar work plantations and personal estate. 200 negroes, 100 cattle and 10 horses to be kept on my estate, 60 a. to be planted in provisions, negroes to be well fed and clothed, and casks to be made. My sd. father in law Nich. Wilcox and Mother in law Margt. Wilcox, Ed. C. Parish, A.C. Cumberbatch, J. Lindsey and my brother in law Nich. Wilcox £50 each. My nephew and niece Wm and Sarah Timbrill, chn of my late sister Eliz. T., wife of Wm. T. decd, £500 each at 21 and £40 a year each till then. My friend Rob. Wadeson £10. My wife Mary Sober, late Mary Wilcox, dau. of sd. Nich. W. Esq, £1500, our mar.sett. dated 25 Oct 1743, and £100 for mourning, all my plate with the coat of arms of her father, her riding horse, jewels, use of my house in Bdos until my eldest son be 21. My father in law Abr. Cumberbatch has by his will lately made broke his contract in regard to four of my chn, Sarah Sober, Abraham Sober, Mary Sober and Cumberbatch Sober. I give them each £3000 c. at 21. My cousin Joseph Pickering, now i L, £10. My eldest son John at 21 all my real estate and residue of personal estate; power to heir to charge estate with joynture of £200 c. Son John to go to Oxford at 17. T. to be Ex'ors.
Codicil. Late of G.B now of Bdos. My father in law Nich. Wilcox has died. To my wife my coach and 6 horses, the use of my house called the Castle on my pla. in St. Peters and use of house-negroes and £150 a year if she do not dwell there. My aunt Mrs. Reba. Almond of St. Lucy £50 c. To poor of St. Peter £10 a year for 10 years. My wife, my bro-inlaw Nicholas Wilcox and friends Hon. Ph. Gibbes of St. Jas. Esqres. and ev. Jonathan Dennis, fellow of Q. Coll. Oxford with Edwd. C. Parish and Jos. Lindsay Ex'ors and T. and G. of my 5 chn. Revoke app. of A.C. Cumberbatch. Jon. Dennis £100 for his care of my 3 sons and £50 for mourning. Ph. Gibbes £50. Dated 16 Nov 1755 in the presence of Gen. Lavine, Edw. Wilson, Ph. Lovell. Bdos by the Presidt. Ph. Lovell was sworn at Pilgrim 2 Dec 1755, Ralph Weekes. A true copy 28 May 1762. Rich. Husbands, D. Secr.
Proved 3 March 1763 by Mary Sober, widow, the relict, and Nich. Wilcox, Esq.; power reserved to E.C.P and J.L Esqres., surviving Ex'ors, and Hon. Ph. G. and Rev, J.D.

*** RELATIONSHIPS TO BE CHECKED ***

John Sober of The Castle in St. Peter's, Esq. and of Little Bursted Essex, born 1715; of Queens College Oxford ("Q. Coll., Oxf." matric(ulated) 24 Aug. 1731 at 16); died in B'os (Barbados) 1755. Will dated 12 Oct. 1751 ; cod(icil) 16 Nov. 1755 ; sworn 2 Dec. 1755 (152, Caesar) (Brandow J.C. Genealogies of Barbados Families).

Marriage Settlement between John Sober and Mary Wilcox' parents made 25 October 1743 (Brandow J.C. Genealogies of Barbados Families). 
Sober, John (I765)
 
16887 WILL (source Ernest M. Wiltshire): Will dated 22 Nov 1815. SOBER, Jennett.
All sums due from the 1000lbs left me by my husband, the 1000 lb annuity left me by my uncle Tho: Walke, the 300 lb c. annuity left me by my uncle Harrison Walke and my jointure of 600 lbs st. to my mother Mrs. Mary Walke. 100 lbs to my father in law Cumberbatch Sober Esq, for Eliza Rice, late Allison, for the support of Emily Allison her child. Plate equally to my three chn Harrison Walke Sober, Judith Sober and Eliza Jennett Sober. My father in law sole Ex'or.
In the presence of Jennett Sober, Eliza Brathwayt, Joan Trent.
Proved 15 Dec 1815 by C.S. Esq (624, Pakenham).

*** RELATIONSHIPS TO BE CHECKED ***

Niece of Tho. (Thomas) Walke of Barbados (Brandow J.C. Genealogies of Barbados Families page 511)

Will dated 22 Nov and proved 15 Dec 1815 (624, Pakenham) (Brandow J.C. Genealogies of Barbados Families page 511) 
Walke, Jennett (I798)
 
16888 WILL (Source Ernest M. Wiltshire): Will proved 7 April 1814
"My wife Ann the dau of the late Tho. Kemp, M.P. for Lewes, Co. Sussex, all my estate and sole Ex'trix, she paying to each of my bros & sister 100 gns.

Capt. Dragoon Guards ; died in L (London) 7 Dec. 1813; at 42. (248, Bridport) (Brandow J.C. Genealogies of Barbados Families) 
Sober, Abraham Cumberbatch (I757)
 
16889 Will (source: Ernest M. Wiltshire): Abraham Sober of Kensington Esq. Will dated 30 March 1772. My Mother-in-law Mrs. Mary Sober £300. My sister Sarah Sandiford, wife of Dr. S. of B. £1000. All residue to my sister Mary Sober and my brothers John Sober and Cumberbatch Sober, Ex'ors.
Proved 1 June 1772 by Mary S., spr., power reserved to the others.

*** RELATIONSHIPS TO BE CHECKED ***

Will dated 30 Mar. and proved 16 June 1772 (243, Taverner) (Brandow J.C. Genealogies of Barbados Families) 
Sober, Abraham (I756)
 
16890 WILL (source: Ernest M. Wiltshire): Mary Sober. Will dated 28 July 1792. To be buried under St. Pauls with my dear mother Mrs. Mary S. To my sister Mrs. Sarah Frewin £30. Mrs. Judith S. £30. Mary Cumberbatch Cumberbatch £25 a year. Sarah S. £500. Johannes S. £500. Elletson S. now in the E. I., £2000. Penelope Wentworth S. £3000, plate, linen, furniture. To John S., now in Scotland, £20 a year. Abr. Cumberbatch S. £20 a year. All residue in money, land or negroes to my brother Cumberbatch S. and his son Sampsonn Wood S. equally and Ex'ors. On 5 Sep 1793 appeared Daniel Coxe of John Str, St. George, Hanover Sq. Esq, Cumberbatch Sober of Welbeck Str. Esq, and Judith Sober his wife, and Penelope Wentwrth Sober of the same place, spr. P.W.S. swore her aunt died 24 of last month and sealed the will with her arms. Cumb. S. is the brother of decd. Testx of St. Mary le bone spr.
Proved 6 Sept 1793 by C.S. Esq, the brother; power reserved to S.W.S Esq.

*** RELATIONSHIPS TO BE CHECKED ***

Will dated 28 July 1792 ; proved 6 Sept. 1793 (478, Dodwell) (Brandow J.C. Genealogies of Barbados Families) 
Sober, Mary (I770)
 
16891 Will 1947

WARE Charles Edward Cumberlege of Baileys Hotel Gloucester-road Kensington London died 24 November 1946 Probate (save and except settled land) London 4 March to Beatrice Susan Cumberlege Ware widow. Effects £14,114 5s. 6d. Further Grant 24 June 1947

WARE Charles Edward Cumberlege of Baileys Hotel Gloucester-road Kensington London died 24 November 1946 Probate (limited to settled land) London 24 June to Reginald Mordaunt Cumberlege Ware stockbroker Geoffrey Fenwick Jocelyn Cumberlege publisher and Joan Marguerite Cumberlege spinster. Effects £164,907 16s. Former Grant P.R. 4 March 1947
 
Cumberlege-Ware, Charles Edward (I6234)
 
16892 Will 1954

WARE Beatrice Susan otherwise Beatrice Susan Cumberlege of 20 Hereford-square Kensington London widow died 11 May 1954 Probate London 22 June to Violet Beryl Hawkins (wife of Victor Francis Staples Hawkins D.S.O. M.C.) and Christopher John Malim solicitor. Effects £16,479 17s. 9d.
 
Bell, Beatrice Susan (I9959)
 
16893 Will dated 12 Oct 1751 and Codicil dated 16 Nov 1755. Sober, John (I765)
 
16894 Will dated 18 November 1752 of ANN CUMBERBATCH of St. Thomas, Barbados, spinster.
To my friend Mr. Patrick Rose, Rector of St. Thomas £12 for his fees of burial of me. Also £30 stlg. for a pulpit clock for St. Thomas church. £30 to the poor of the said parish. To my cousin Alexander Cumberbatch of Great Britain £100 stlg. To my cousin Mary Morse of Great Britain £50. To my cousin Ann Price, sister of said Mary Morse of Great Britain £50 stlg. To each of the sisters of my said cousin Alexander Cumberbatch £30.
£150 to be place at interest for my cousin John Mission and the principal for his children. £150 for my cousin Dr. George Mission and then for his children, George, Sarah, and Mary. To my cousin Mary Sandiford daughter of Col. Richard Sandiford deced. £30. To my cousin Ann Mission wife of Dr. George Mission £30. To my grandniece Sarah Sober my pearl necklace, and to my grandniece Mary Sober a pair of diamond earrings and my gold watch and one-half of my plate to them. To my grand nephews and nieces, John, Abraham, Cumberbatch, Sarah, and Mary Sober, children of my deceased niece £1,000 cy. To my nephew Edward Carleton £50. Residue to my grand nephew Abraham Cumberbatch, formerly Abraham Carleton.
I appoint Edward Carleton and Abraham Cumberbatch executors. Wit. Jona. Worrell, Richard Cobham, John Barnwell. Proved 11 October 1757. 
Cumberbatch, Ann (I551)
 
16895 Will dated 18 November 1752 of Ann Cumberbatch of St. Thomas, Barbados, spinster....
To my cousin Alexander Cumberbatch of Great Britain £100 stlg...To each of the sisters of my said cousin Alexander Cumberbatch £30.
Proved 11 October 1757. 
Cumberbatch, Alexander (I540)
 
16896 Will dated 19 April 1682 of Josias Carleton of Parish of St. Thomas, Barbados.
To my friends Lieut. Robert Ashford and William Williams, Junr., my plantation in St. Thomas of 24 acres in trust. I commit the care of my children to my friend Jane Cooke, namely Elizabeth, John, Mary, Josias, and Judith Carleton.
To my son John one negro man and two negro women slaves, my feather-bed with pillows, my colt, silver hilted rapier and my seal with my coat of arms. The land given by will of my late brother John Carleton to my son John. My sister Lambert. Robert Ashford and William Williams junr. to be executors. sd. Josias Carleton. Wits: Tho. Lowe, Roger Spratt, Henry Thomas Hart. Proved 30. June 1682.

Thomas Williams of St. Thomas, gent., and Thomas Carleton of town of St. Michael, merchant, administrators of estate of William Williams, jnr., decd. release Hon. William Sharpe from all demands etc. in respect of the said estate. Dated 19 September 1710. 
Carleton, Josias (I1258)
 
16897 Will dated 25 June 1797 of REBECCA CARLETON of St. Michael, widow.
Legacy of £300 to be divided between Benjamin Walrond, George Walrond, Agnes Walrond, Benjamin Walrond, junr., Mary Judith Walrond, Susanna Dorothy Walrond, Renn Hampden Walrond, Nicholas Hunphrey Walrond, Rebecca Rous Walrond. Sisters-in-law Anna and Elizabeth Carleton left to them by Will of my husband. Niece Judith Elizabeth wife of Benjamin Wal¬rond and their daughter Susanna Dorothy Walrond. Nieces Rebecca Howell and Agnes Rous Howell. My nephew John Howell deceased. Nephew and Godson Conrade Adams Howell. My nephew Thomas Rous Howell. My sister Agnes Howell. Niece Elizabeth Johannes Howell daughter of the said John Howell decd. Children of my nephews Nicholas Prideaux Howell, Thomas Rous Howell and Conrade Adams Howell, Residue of estate to sister Agnes Howell, and appoint her, my nephew-in¬law Benjamin Walrond and nephews Thomas Rous Howell and Conrade Adams Howell executors. sd. Rebecca Carleton. Wits: John William Sobers, James Fowler Neblett, Wm. Alder. Proved 19 July 1802. 
Rouse, Rebecca (I1250)
 
16898 WILL dated 27th April 1690 (Index: 1690 Folio 87 PROB11/399 pp334 copy will copied 10 Mar 2001): I Abraham Comberbatch of the City of Bristol, Combmaker, being sick and weak in body but of sound and perfect mind and memory, thanks be given to Almighty God, do make and ordain this my last will and testament, in form and manner following, revoking and hereby admitting all former and other will and wills testament and testaments heretofore by me made and this only to be taken for my last will and testament and none other.

And first I will that all those debts and duties, which in right or conscience, I owe unto any person or persons whatsoever shall be well and truly paid by my Executrix hereafter named within convenient time after my decease. And after my debts are paid and funeral expenses discharged the care and charge whereby I leave to my Executrix hereafter named.

I give, devise and bequeath all the rest and residue of my Estate both real and personal unto my loving wife Anne Comberbatch. To hold to her heir heirs and Assigns forever and do make and ordain her sole Executrix of this my will. In witness whereof I, the said Abraham Comberbatch, have to this my last will and testament set my hand and state this seven and Twentieth Day of April One Thousand six hundred Ninety (20th April 1690). Abraham Comberbatch. Sealed published and declared in the presence of William Ler. Alex: Comberbatch. Fa. Birnston

Probatum fuit hu[ius]mo[d]i Testament[um] apud London coram ven[erabi]li et egregio vior d[omi]no Richardo Raines milite Legu[m] d[o]c[t]ore Cur[iae] Prerogat[ivae] Cantuar[iensis] Mag[ist]ro Custod 
Cumberbatch, Abraham (I530)
 
16899 Will dated 6 August 1763 of JOHN CARLETON of St. Thomas, Barbados.
To wife Rebecca all my estate until my son Edward is 21, and an annuity to wife until marriage again. Provision for child whose birth was expected. My sisters Anna and Elizabeth Carleton. Wife Rebecca executrix during widowhood, Uncle Edward Carleton, cousin Honble Abraham Cumberbatch, brother-in-law John Rouse, and friend Dr. Jno. Worrell executors. sd. John Carleton. Wits: Rob. Ashford, W. Worrell, Christo. Ford. Proved 3 October 1763 by William Worrell. 
Carleton, John (I1252)
 
16900 Will dated 6 July 1738 of EDWARD CARLETON of St. James, Barbados.
Son Abraham £10. Residue to wife Susannah Carleton and appoint her and James Robinson executors. sd. Edw. Carleton. Wits: B. Bostock, James Cockes, William Clinkett. Proved 6 August 1765. 
Carleton, Colonel Edward (I503)
 

      «Prev «1 ... 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 ... 348» Next»