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House, Thomas Bowden (I68582)
Howes, George Arthur (I68849)
House, Giles (I68941)
Howse, Tom William (I69818)
Howes, William (I69912)
Howes, Samuel H (I70241)
Howse, Doris Rose Emily (I70775)
House, John Willie (I71861)
Howes, Sidney (I99699)
Howes, Claude Lorraine (I102669)
Blomfield, Herbert (I187526)
Family F10844
Family F17810
1861 also with sons from 2nd marriage - Edward William Wilson Pike age 6 & Samuel Pike age 1 
Willson, Sarah (I72262)
1886 - When children baptised, lived The Mead.

NAME: Birth House, 1861 census Howse, marriage Howse, 1881 census Howse, 1891census Howes.

OCCUPATION: at marriage - hostler; at Henry William's birth - labourer; 1881 census - carman; 1886 when children baptised - carman; 1897 Nellie Victoria baptised - Laundryman; Henry William's marriage - laundryman.

1896 when Nellie Victoria baptised - 70 Granville Road.

DEATH: Have death cert. Died at Redhill House (Renee says this is the workhouse). Of 9 Cloister Road, Childs Hill. Retired road sweeper for the Borough Council. Cause - senility, broncho-pneumonia, osteoarthritis. Informant A. Murrell, daughter (this must be Alice) of 205 Cricklewood Lane, Childs Hill. 
House, Henry (I15344)
1891 also with grandaughter Elizabeth Ann House, 14, daughter of Robert's daughter Margaret. 
House, Robert (I60164)
1906 census describes area as ' That part of the district of Humboldt bounded on the east by the eastern boundary of the district, on the south by the line dividing Townships 46 and 47, on the west by the Indian Reserves numbered 100 and 100A, and on the north by the Saskatchewan river,' 
Gurney, Henry Cuthbert (I64588)
All the Public member trees which included this family have attached the service records of Samuel Allen Burnett to this person - there are some discrepancies and no other reference to this name for Samuel has been found., although Alla or Allen is the second name of Alfred born 1882.

Attestation papers for Samuel Allen Burnett, no 303602, Reserve Brigade C F A, gives birthdate as 21 Nov 1876, unmarried, occupation plasterer. Mother -Mary Burnett, Thornloe, New Liskeard, New Ontario, Canada. Papers completed at Shorncliffe. 10 Sep 1915.

Bombadier Samuel Allen Burnett is recorded as killed in action at Zillbeke 10 Jun 1916 on the Menin Gate Memorial grave 10 Plot 1 Row E.Town Cemetery Extension.

Canada, CEF Commonwealth War Graves Registers, 1914-1919 records for Samuel Allen Burnett
Buried 10 jun 1916 'In a little Belgian Garden 3/4 miles E S E of Ypres. 'White House' in grounds ofthe Chateau on the West side among some trees, between the Menin Road and the railway' Exhumed and reburied as recorded on Menin Gate.
Next of kin -mothers address amended to 36 Langford Ave, Toronto.(This address appears as the address for the children of Edith Elizabeth Johnston nee Burnett, at the time of their marriages in 1923). Wife Mrs J Burnett, 65 Amroth Ave Toronto added.

Samuel Allen Burnett recorded on England & Wales National Probate register for 1916 ' Bombadier 1st Brigade C A F of 7 Fitzwilliam Avenue, Richmond Surrey.died 10 Jun 1916 on active service in France. Probate granted at London on 19 Dec 1916 to Gertrude Emma Gowan, Spinster. Effects ?158 3s 1d' Mother's name given as Mary Gee (Gowan) on marriage certificate of Donald Victor Burnett Dec 1919
Burnett, Samuel (I61530)
Another? Margaret Day is shown living with Uncle John Hancock in 1891
Day, Margaret Florence (I49665)
Argus Newspaper

HOWSE on 14 Dec. 1905 at "Rheola" Mitchell Street, North Brunswick, SARAH ALICE dearly loved wife of James Albert Howse
Price, Sarah Alice (I61785)
Argus Newspaper

HOWSE on Feb 6 at Canberra, Rita, dearly loved wife of Fred, loved sister of Eric, Kenneth and Enid (Mrs Dighton Burridge)
Unknown, Rita Florence Ryton (I61823)
Argus Newspaper

HOWSE, on 18th July, 1921 at her residence 'Kenmare' Bell Street Preston, Catherine, relict of the late John Howse and loving mother of Dan, John, Kate (Mrs.Newell) Tom, Grace, Will, Bert and Fred. Aged 75 years
Loan, Catherine (I61733)
Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922 about Hugh Ret Sepeimus Newell
Name: Hugh Ret Sepeimus Newell
Father's Name: James Newell
Mother's name: Mary Barr
Birth Place: Echuca, Victoria
Registration Year: 1800 There must be a mistake here!
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration number: 17333 
Newell, Hugh Reginald Septimus (I61766)
daughter of Frederick Pennington, cab driver
Pennington, Mary Elizabeth (I508)
Daughter of Robert Tombs & Sarah, nee Skuse. The latter die in 1832, leaving several bequests to “my daughter Ann, widow of late William Howes”.

Probably a relative, a John Tombs of North Cerney, who died in 1787. John left money to Richard George of Rendcomb, William Kember of North Cerney (probably Elizabeth’s brother) and John Howse of Winson, Gentleman. 
Tombs, Ann (I104526)
grandson William Burt, age 12, living with in 1901
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=a94b79a4-b3c4-4c46-8ca1-3 d7627d1132f&tid=6704110&pid=-1242895120 
Lawrence, Ann (I698)
living with future wife's family in 1851 
Howes, George Edward (I19218)
Marriage in 1842 in Woodford parish records to Rhoda Dews shows him as a widower.

short history
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=c4e2a073-7fcd-4f51-ae06-2 100a319a0f9&tid=6704110&pid=-1242895317 
Howes, Samuel (I2649)
Name: HOWES, WILFRED GOLDEN Initials: W G Nationality: United Kingdom Rank: Able Seaman Regiment/Service: Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Unit Text: Nelson Bn. R.N. Div. Age: 23 Date of Death: 08/05/1915 Service No: LondonZ/299 Additional information: Son of Mr. R. W. and Mrs. E. Howes. Born at Kew, Surrey. Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: A. 73. Cemetery: ALEXANDRIA (CHATBY) MILITARY AND WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY  
Howes, Wilfred Golden (I25773)
No obvious children from marriage
House, William (I69783)
Probably off fishing on 1851 census night
no marriage with Harriett yet found
Howes, Richard (I37717)
short history
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=787dad5b-18bc-4b7c-982e-b 710e19052a5&tid=6704110&pid=-1242895086 
Claridge, Emma (I19460)
short history
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=a12b4969-da1d-4d94-81b1-b c94dccac7f2&tid=6704110&pid=-1242895381 
Howes, William (I19756)
The Argus, Melbourne Death Notice
HOWSE on 18 September, 1939 at the residence of his daughter (Mrs.Neil McLeod) 30 Ethel St. Thornbury, CHARLES WILLIAM, dearly loved father of Thomas, Elizabeth (Mrs.McLeod) Rod, Catherine (Mrs.Aitken), Charles, James (dec).
Howse, Charles William (I61644)
85  Howes, Thomas Reuben (I1700)
86  Howse, Elwina (I8628)
87  Howse, Jane Ann Bishop (I13647)
88  Turnham, Herbert (I16035)
89  Turnham, Herbert (I16035)
90  Gaitskell, Charles (I22974)
91  Howes, George Ernest Victor (I23832)
92  Howes, John Daniel (I24313)
93  Pinchin, Fanny (I28444)
94  Collins, Hugh de Pinguet (I46922)
95  Williams, Edward Seymour (I47430)
96  House, Ted (I49538)
97  Howse, Robert (I53766)
98  Brown, Charles Vallance (I64639)
99  Howes, William Henry (I66240)
100  Baldwin, Charles Henry Montague (I70714)

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