BROWN/BROWNE

Surname First name Year Date Place of death Age Description Cause of death Informant
BROWN Annie Collins 1914 11 May High Street, Wyke Regis RD 50 Wife of William George Brown, bread baker (master) (1) Pernicious anaemia. (2) Heart failure. Certified by J. H. Harvey MRCS W. G. Brown, widower of deceased, present at the death, High Street, Wyke Regis
BROWN John 1849 2 Jul Lagland Street, Poole 69 Mariner Asiatic cholera 18 hours. Certified The mark of Elizabeth Harland, present at the death, Lagland Street, Poole
BROWN John 1872 29 Feb Taylor’s Buildings, Poole 65 Master mariner of a yacht Senile decay. Morbus cordis. Certified Elizabeth Chick, present at the death, Lagland Street, Poole
BROWN Mary 1864 6 Feb Church Street, Sherborne 74 Widow of William Brown, farmer Chronic rheumatism of many years standing. Certified Joseph Ridout Gartell, in attendance, High Lane, Sherborne
BROWN Sarah Jane 1876 13 Oct Sturminster 11m Daughter of Edwin Alfred Brown, tailor Obstruction of intestines 5 days. Exhaustion 7 days Certified by J. C. Leach MRCS E. A. Brown, father, in attendance, Church Street, Sturminster
BROWNE Grace 1849 9 Sep Beaminster 69 Wife of Thomas Browne, labourer Dropsy. Certified The mark of Thomas Browne, present at the death, Beaminster
BROWNE Philip John Edward 1860 25 Jan Parkstone 87 Vice Admiral, R.N. Paralysis 6 days. Certified The mark of Margaret Kelley, present at the death, Parkstone

 

 

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