Cumberbatch Family History

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17301 Year: 1940; Census Place: Eustis, Lake, Florida; Roll: T627_595; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 35-6
Source Type: Census 
Source (S8391)
 
17302 Year: 1940; Census Place: New York, New York, New York; Roll: T627_2646; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 31-947
Enumeration District: 31-947; Description: NEW YORK CITY, MANHATTAN BOROUGH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 11 (TRACT 216 - PART)
Source Type: Census 
Source (S5464)
 
17303 Yorkshire Parish Records. Leeds, England: West Yorkshire Archive Service. Old Reference Number: D37/6; New Reference Number: WDP37/6.
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S4036)
 
17304 Yorkshire Parish Records. Leeds, England: West Yorkshire Archive Service. Old Reference Number: D37/9; New Reference Number: WDP37/9.
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S4034)
 
17305 Younger son. Comberbach, James (I56)
 
17306 Youngest daughter. Brydon, Edith Comberbach (I6512)
 
17307 Your SR Births Search Returns
You searched for: Surname: "young"; Surname Option: Wildcard; Forename: "isabella watson"; Forename Option: Wildcard; Sex: "Any"; Year From: 1917; Year To: 1919;
No: 1
Year: 1918
Surname: YOUNG
Forename: ISABELLA WATSON
Sex: F
District: HUTCHESONTOWN
City/County/MR: GLASGOW CITY/LANARK
GROS:644/15 0519
 
Young, Isabella Watson (I7598)
 
17308 Zimbabwe, Death Registers...Death Register, 1892-1977Death registers1941-1943, Vol. 62 Image 220 of 285
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-14683-37218-34?cc=1837900&wc=M6LS-HZ9:163032901,163161201
Source Type: Death Register 
Source (S8669)
 
17309 [1854] May 1, at St. Maughan's, Monmouthshire, by the Ven. Archdeacon Crawley, Lawrence Trent Cumberbatch, Esq., of Halkin-terrace, Belgrave-square, to Anne, second daughter of George Cave, Esq., of Hilston-park, in the same county.

Cardiff and Merthyr Guardian, Glamorgan, Monmouth, and Brecon Gazette 12 May 1854
 
Family F176
 
17310 [Divorce] Petition Filed: 26 June 1915
Cause set down: 23 July 1915
Decree Nisi: 15 Oct 1915
Final Decree: 8 May 1916
Royal Courts of Justice, The Strand, London, England

Mabel Cumberbeach nee Hill's divorce was handled as a Poor Person.
They were married 28 December 1901 in the Parish Church of Woolwich.

In the High Court of Justice
Probate Divorce and Admiralty Division (Divorce)

Poor Person
To the Right Honourable the President of the said Division
Dated this 21st day of June 1915
The Petition of Mabel Cumberbeach of No. 9 Bruce Road, Bromley-by-Bow in the County of London sheweth:-

1. That your Petitioner ^Mabel Cumberbeach then Mabel Hill spinster^ was on the 28th day of December 1901 lawfully married to George Percy Cumberbeach of No. 37b Eleanor Road, Woolwich in the County of London at the Parish Church in the Parish of Woolwich in the County of London.

2. That after her said marriage your Petitioner lived and cohabited with her said husband at No. 27 Priolia Road, Charlton, No. 53 Swallowfield Road, Charlton, in the County of Kent, "Rockford" Abbey Road, Bush Hill Park, No. 28 Lincoln Road, Ponder's End in the County of Middlesex, No. 69 Monega Road, Forest Gate, and No. 12 Howard Road Leytonstone in the County of Essex, and that your Petitioner and her said husband have had no issue of their said marriage.

3. That on the 1st day of March 1913 the said George Percy Cumberbeach left your Petitioner and has ever since lived separate and apart from her and deserted her without reasonable excuse for two years and upwards.

4. That from the said 1st day of March 1913 to the present time the said George Percy Cumberbeach has lived and cohabited with Grace Davis at No. 33 Camden Square and thereafter at No.1 Brewer Place, Brewer Street, Woolwich both in the County of London, and has on divers occasions committed adultery with the said Grace Davis, and in the month of January ^1914^ the said Grace Davis was delivered of a child of which the said George Percy Cumberbeach is the father.

5. That your Petitioner resides at No. 9 Bruce Road, Bromley-by-Bow in the County of London.

6. That the said George Percy Cumberbeach is a Worktaker, and resides at No. 1 Brewer Place, Brewer Street, Woolwich in the County of London and is domiciled in England.

7. That no previous proceedings in reference to the said marriage have taken place in the Divorce Division of the High Court by or on-behalf of either party to the said marriage.

Your Petitioner therefore humbly prays, That your Lordship will be pleased to decree that the Marriage of your Petitioner with the said George Percy Cumberbeach be dissolved and that your Petitioner may have such further and other relief as to your Lordship may seem meet.

Mabel Cumberbeach

15 October 1915 CUMBERBEACH M against CUMBERBEACH G.P.
The Judge having taken the oral evidence of the Petitioner and of the Witnesses produced on her behalf in support of the Petition filed in this Cause, and having heard Counsel thereon, the Respondent not appearing and not defending the Suit at the hearing pronounced that the Petitioner had sufficiently proved the contents of the said Petition, and decreed that the Marriage, had and solemnized on the 28th day of December 1901 at the parish church in the parish of Woolwich in the County of London between Mabel Cumberbeach then Hill spinster the Petitioner and George Percy Cumberbeach the Respondent be dissolved by reason of adultery coupled with desertion of Petitioner for 2 years and upwards without reasonable excuse unless sufficient cause be shown to the Court why this Decree should not be made absolute within Six Months from the making thereof, and condemned the Respondent, in the costs incurred and to be incurred on behalf of the said Petitioner in this Cause.

8 May 1916 CUMBERBEACH M against CUMBERBEACH G.P.

Decree made 15 Oct 1915 for marriage on 28 December 1901 in the Parish Church in the Parish of Woolwich between Mabel Cumberbeach (then Hill spinster) the Petitioner and George Percy Cumberbeach the Respondent be dissolved by reason that since the celebration thereof the said Respondent had been guilty of adultery coupled with desertion of the said Petitioner for two years and upwards without reasonable excuse unless sufficient cause be shown to the Court why the said Decree should not be made absolute, within six months from making thereof-and no such cause having been shown, the Judge on application of the said Petitioner by his final decree pronounced and declared the said Marriage to be dissolved.

Reference:J 77/1209/6778Description:Divorce Court File: 6778. Appellant: Mabel Cumberbeach. Respondent: George Percy Cumberbeach. Type: Wife's petition for divorce [wd].
Date:1915
Held by:The National Archives, Kew
http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C8010053


Marriage Status: Divorced 
Family F495
 
17311 [He was probably buried in linen as his wife wished to be buried in the same fashion as him] Wetenhall, Edward (I70)
 
17312 [I might have him connected to the wrong family]

England & Wales, Non-Conformist and Non-Parochial Registers, 1567-1970 about Charles Cumberbeach
Name: Charles Cumberbeach
Birth Date: 17 Sep 1816
Gender: Male
Event Type: Baptism
Father: Josh Cumberbeach
Mother: Mary Cumberbeach
Baptism Date: 6 Oct 1816
Baptism Place: Manchester, Lancashire, England
Denomination: Wesleyan
Piece Title: Piece 973: Manchester, Oldham Street Chapel (Wesleyan), 1814-1837 
Cumberbeach, Charles (I3736)
 
17313 [page] 1148 SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 22 JANUARY, 1919
WEDNESDAY, 22 JANUARY, 1919.
War Office,
22nd January, 1919.
The following despatch has been received by the Secretary of State for War from General Sir E. H. H. Allenby, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., Commander-in-chief, Egyptian Expeditionary Force:—

General Headquarters,
23rd October, 1918.
My Lord,
I have the honour to forward herewith a, list of Officers, Nurses, other ranks and Civilians whom I consider worthy of Mention for their services during the period from 16th March, 1918, to 18th September, 1918.
I have the honour to be, My Lord,
Your Lordship's most obedient Servant,
E. H. H. ALLENBY,
General.
Commanding-in-Chief,
Egyptian Expeditionary Force.

Cumberbatch, Capt. & Bt. Maj. H. C., M.C., York. R.

http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/31138/pages/1148 
Cumberbatch, Military Cross Hugh Carlton Military Cross, OBE (I597)
 
17314 [PERRIN] Richard (Sir), one of the Barons of the Exchequer. Knighted 1776. Died 2nd January, 1803, in his 81st year. Perryn, Knight Richard (I347)
 
17315 [Query] Mrs. CUMBERBATCH - I have in my possession a portrait of the late Mrs. Cumberbatch, "Drawn on stone by W. Sharp, from a sketch by Sr Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A. &C. &c. Published by J. Dickinson, 444, New Bond Street, May 1, 1829. Printed by H. Hullmandel. Who was she? Any information relative to her or her family would be very acceptable to G.W.M. [George William Marshall]

[Reply] Mrs. CUMBERBATCH (3rd S. i. 269.) - Mrs. Cumberbatch (nee Jones) was sister of the late Mrs. Dottin (whose husband was some time member for Southamton), and of Lady Arundel. All the sisters were beautiful women. A.M.

Notes & Queries 3rd S. I. May 3 [18]62 p.360 [3rd Series Vol. 1 3 May 1862]

http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=bGkJAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA360&dq=%22Mrs+Cumberbatch%22&hl=en&sa=X&ei=0WhyUq6qOomx0QXLs4CwAQ&ved=0CE0Q6AEwBjgU#v=onepage&q=%22Mrs%20Cumberbatch%22&f=false

Mrs Cumberbatch is Charlotte nee Jones wife of Abraham Parry Cumberbatch. The answer to the query [referencing 3rd Series vol. 1 p.269] should read sister to Mrs. Dottin [Dorothy nee Jones] her husband was Abel Rous Dottin Esq. of Bugle Hall, Southampton, and of Argyle-street, London, capt. 2nd Life-guards, and M.P., J.P., and D.L. for Hants. [Abel Rous Dottin http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1820-1832/member/dottin-abel-1768-1852 son of Abel Dottin of Barbados]

And sister to Mary nee Jones who married Lord Arundel.

All the sisters were beautiful women.
 
Jones, Charlotte (I694)
 
17316 [The day of this Marriage Licence needs to be checked - see day of marriage. Is it the 10th June 1805?] Family F39
 

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