Surname First name Year Date Place of death Age Description Cause of death Informant
APLIN Edwin 1875 1 Jun North Allerton 47 Machine fitter Splenic disease. Pneumonia. Certified by Francis Scott MRCS The mark of Elizabeth Haines, present at the death, North Allerton
APLIN James 1873 9 Nov Drimpton, Broadwinsor 86 Farm labourer Serous apoplexy. Certified The mark of Ann Aplin, present at the death, Drimpton, Broadwinsor
APPLIN Edward 1877 13 Apr At a gateway on the Shaftesbury Road, Fontmell 65 Farmer Heart disease. Paralysis. Certified by E. Wykes MRCS Ann Applin, widow of deceased, in attendance, Fontmell
APPLIN Edward Harvey 1875 9 Sep Fontmell Magna 11 Son of Edward Applin, farmer Accidentally killed by the near front wheel of a heavily laden barley waggon passing over his chest. Lived one hour Certificate received from J. Cormyn Leach, coroner for Shaftebury. Inquest held September 10th 1875
APPLIN Eliza Louisa 1874 23 Aug Square, Wimborne 26 Housekeeper Syncope from pericardial effuxion [pericardial effusion]. Certified Wm. Applin, present at the death, Square, Wimborne
APPLIN Henry 1860 19 Feb New Buildings, Blandford 39 Chelsea pensioner Phthisis 2 years. Certified Betty Parsons, present at the death, New Buildings, Blandford
APPLIN James 1852 11 May Ibberton 22 Son of Matthew Applin, carter Pneumonia. Certified The mark of Mary Applin, present at the death, Ibberton
APPLIN Jane 1861 7 Jul Fontmell 51 Wife of Edward Applin, farmer Chronic bronchitis 15 years. Certified Edward Applin, present at death, Fontmell
APPLIN Joseph 1854 10 Mar Bryanston Street, Blandford 63 Painter Paralysis 1½ year[s]. Not certified The mark of Mary Counter, present at the death, Bryanston Street, Blandford
APPLIN Joseph 1876 30 Dec Compton 80 Formerly schoolmaster Senile decay. Certified by E. Wykes MRCS The mark of Elizabeth Fisher, present at the death, Compton
APPLIN Joseph 1882 28 Jul Union workhouse, Longfleet USD [Poole Union] 75 Poulterer Apoplexy. Serosis [cirrhosis?]. Certified by W. Turner MRCS Caroline French, daughter, in attendance, Strand Street, Poole
APPLIN Luxy Kate 1888 21 Apr Sturminster RSD 1 Daughter of Thomas Edward Applin, farmer Dentition. Broncho pneumonia. Certified by D. R. McArthur MD Thos. Edward Applin, father, present at the death, Sturminster
APPLIN Maria 1861 8 Oct Gaunts’, Wimborne 78 Widow of Thomas Edward Applin, farm bailiff Natural decay. Certified Henry Applin, present at the death, Gaunts’, Wimborne
APPLIN Martha 1904 12 Jul The workhouse, Blandford UD [Blandford Union] 65 Wife of William Applin, plumber’s labourer of Blandford Paralysis. Exhaustion. Certified by W. C. Spooner MB Thomas Cock, master, the workhouse, Blandford
APPLIN Thomas Edward 1850 24 Feb Hinton Martell 68 Bailiff Epileptic fits. Certified Richard Applin, present at the death, Hinton Martell
APPLIN Thomas Edward 1895 18 Nov Rye Hill, Bere Regis 56 General labourer Pneumonia 10 days. Heart disease. Certified by George Lys MRCSE Lydia Applin, daughter, present at the death, Bere Regis
APPLIN William 1880 24 Jan West Borough, Wimborne 65 Barber Bronchitis. Exhaustion. Certified by George W. Graham LRCP The mark of Ann Hibditch, nurse in attendance, present at the death, Wimborne