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Register Report for John Brown

 

Generation 1

 

1.            John Brown-1. He was born Abt. 1760. He died Abt. 06 Jun 1808 in Kensington. Burial on 09 Jun 1808 in St Marylebone Church, Middlesex.

 

Notes for John Brown: General Notes:

 

1794 Directory: Tea dealer and Grocer at 21 Great Portland, Street, London.

 

Elizabeth (Brown). She was born Abt. 1760. She died Abt. 20 May 1809 in Michael Place, Brompton, Kensington, Middlesex. Burial on 25 May 1809 in St Marylebone Church, Middlesex.

 

John Brown and Elizabeth (Brown). They were married Abt. 1780. They had 5 children.

 

2.             i.Sophia Brown. She was born on 13 Jun 1781 in St Marylebone District, Middlesex. She married Richard Young. They were married on 08 Oct 1804 in Saint Mary Abbotts Church, Kensington, Middlesex. She died Abt. Jun 1842 in Camden Town, Middlesex.

 

3.             ii.Christiana Brown. She was born on 25 Dec 1783 in St Marylebone District, Middlesex. Christening on 18 Jan 1784 in St Marylebone Parish Church, Middlesex. She married Josiah Turner. They were married on 05 Mar 1818 in St Anne, Soho, Westminster, Middlesex. She died Dec 1847 in St Pancras District, London.

 

iii.           Elizabeth Brown. She was born on 13 Jun 1786 in Westminster, Middlesex. She died Aft. 1808.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Brown: General Notes:

 

Probable date of birth but few candidates.

 

iv.           Anne Brown. She was born on 26 Jan 1788 in St Marylebone District, Middlesex. Christening on 02 Mar 1788 in St Marylebone Church, Middlesex. She died Bef. 1808.

 

4.             v.John Brown. He was born on 07 Jul 1791 in Great Portland Street, London. Christening on 14 Aug 1791 in St Marylebone Parish Church, Middlesex. He died on 14 Jan 1835 in Clay Pits Post, Fish River, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

 

Generation 2

 

2.            Sophia Brown-2 (John Brown-1). She was born on 13 Jun 1781 in St Marylebone District, Middlesex. She died Abt. Jun 1842 in Camden Town, Middlesex.

 

Notes for Sophia Brown: General Notes:

 

1842: ?died at High Street, Camden Town aged 43. Possible death.

 

Richard Young. He died Bef. 1841.

 

Richard Young and Sophia Brown. They were married on 08 Oct 1804 in Saint Mary Abbotts Church, Kensington, Middlesex. They had 3 children.


 

 

Generation 2

 

i.             John Young. He was born on 23 Jul 1805 in St Marylebone, Middlesex. Baptism on 18 Aug 1805 in St Marylebone, Middlesex. He married Mary Sophia Balmer. They were married on 09 Feb 1836 in All Saints parish Church, Newcastle. He died on 28 Jun 1893 in 240 Upper Street, Islington.

 

Notes for John Young: General Notes:

 

1851 Census: aged 45, tea dealer, Islington, Middlesex.

 

1893: left £3865 10s 8d for son Herbert to administer.

 

ii.            Richard Young. He was born on 06 Feb 1807 in St Marylebone, Middlesex. Christening on 04 Mar 1807 in St Marylebone, Middlesex.

 

Notes for Richard Young: General Notes:

 

1841: with married brother in Islington, Middlesex.

 

iii.           Ann Young. She was born on 16 Jun 1808 in St Marylebone, Middlesex. Christening on 08 Jul 1808 in St Marylebone, Middlesex.

 

3.            Christiana Brown-2 (John Brown-1). She was born on 25 Dec 1783 in St Marylebone District, Middlesex. Christening on 18 Jan 1784 in St Marylebone Parish Church, Middlesex. She died Dec 1847 in St Pancras District, London.

 

Josiah Turner. He was born 1784 in Watford, Hertfordshire. He died Dec 1831 in Watford, Hertfordshire.

 

Josiah Turner and Christiana Brown. They were married on 05 Mar 1818 in St Anne, Soho, Westminster, Middlesex. They had 1 child.

 

i.             Elizabeth Turner. She was born Abt. Jul 1821 in Watford, Hertfordshire. Christening on 24 Aug 1821 in St Mary's, Watford, Hertfordshire.

 

4.            John Brown-2 (John Brown-1). He was born on 07 Jul 1791 in Great Portland Street, London. Christening on 14 Aug 1791 in St Marylebone Parish Church, Middlesex. He died on 14 Jan 1835 in Clay Pits Post, Fish River, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

 

Notes for John Brown: General Notes:

 

Described as a Trader on daughter's Baptism record.

 

1819-1820: was an "1820 Settler" (a fisherman and a trader) who travelled to South Africa as part of Clark's party accompanied by his wife Anne and two children. He had business interests in Jamaica as well as being a tea dealer with his father; he was well educated. Despite being married, he befriended Charlotte Whitfield on the voyage and she purported to be his siter. According to some sources, he kept his friendship as well as a relationship with Anne (she was a Catholic so no divorce was possible; they had two children together in South Africa), despite to all intents and purposes, treating Charlotte as his wife.

 

The family were allocated land at Clay Pits, near the Fish River about 30 miles from Grahamstown.

 

He died in action in the 1835 Xhosa War.


 

 

Generation 2 (con't)

 

Charlotte Whitfield is the daughter of John Whitfield and Mary Lane. She was born Feb 1789 in Covent Garden area, London. Christening on 17 Mar 1789 in St Paul's Covent Garden, London. She died on 21 Jun 1875 in Gum Grove Farm, Fort White, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

 

Notes for Charlotte Whitfield:

 

General Notes:

IGI gives her name as 'Charlotta'...latinisation indicates High Church or Roman Catholic christening.

 

1810: acc. to family tradition she fell out with her family after the death of her father and travelled alone to South Africa. She was an '1820 Settler' with Clark's Party on board the 'Northampton' which sailed from Gravesend on 13 December 1819 and arrived in Algoa Bay (via Cape Town) on 30 April 1820, a journey of some four and a half months. She was befriended by John Brown, a married man with two children and she purported to be his sister. It is believed that he had had business interests in Jamaica (believed to be sugar and tea plantations).

 

1827: she was given permission to leave South Africa (to sort out a Will in London). She left on the 'Ann' in February 1827 and returned on the 'Barbara' in September 1828, having had her fourth child in London in 1828.

 

Date of death also recorded as 1876 [Lloyd's Weekly].

 

John Brown and Charlotte Whitfield. Partners Dec 1819 in Gravesend, Kent. They had 5 children.

 

6.             i.Leo Africanus Whitfield. He was born on 18 Jun 1822 in Swartkops River District, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Christening on 31 Oct 1841 in Bathurst, Eastern Cape, South Africa. He married Mary Dodgson Phillips. They were married on 01 Nov 1841 in Cuylerville (nr. Bathurst), South Africa. He died on 24 Oct 1887 in Gum Grove, Debe Nek Division, Kingwilliamstown, South Africa. Cause of Death was Cancer.

 

ii.            Mary Margaret Whitfield. She was born on 03 Jul 1825 in Cape Colony, South Africa. Christening on 27 Nov 1842 in Cuylerville, Eastern Cape, South Africa. She married William Blackbeard. They were married on 26 Jul 1848 in Grahamstown, South Africa. She died on 28 Feb 1917 in Fort White, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

 

Notes for Mary Margaret Whitfield: General Notes:

 

Acc. to rootsweb born 7 March 1825. Sometimes recorded as Maryann.

 

iii.           Charlotte Belinda Whitfield. She was born on 27 Jul 1826 in Bathurst, South Africa. Christening on 27 Nov 1842 in Cuylerville, Eastern Cape, South Africa. She married John Thomas. They were married on 12 Apr 1846 in Cape Colony, South Africa. She died on 02 Aug 1919 in East London, South Africa.

 

Notes for Charlotte Belinda Whitfield: General Notes:

 

1820 Settlers has DoD as 02 August 1919; alsoothers have 8 February 1919 as DoD.

 

Generation 2 (con't)

 

7.             iv.John Brown Whitfield. He was born on 28 Jan 1828 in 14 Brownlow Street, Middlesex, London. Christening on 09 Jun 1828 in St Giles in the Fields, Middlesex. He married Jane Cawood. They were married on 08 Feb 1853 in Bathurst Parish Church, Cape Province, South Africa. He died on 05 Feb 1909 in Fish River Mouth District, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

 

8.             v.William Henry (Harry) Lancaster Whitfield. He was born on 18 Jan 1829 in Bathurst, South Africa. He married Margaret Ellen Cawood. They were married on 25 Sep 1849 in Cuylerville, South Africa. He died on 18 May 1872 in Lydenberg, Transvaal, South Africa.

 

Ann Cave. She was born on 16 May 1790 in London. Christening on 03 Apr 1815 in St Mary, Marylebone Road, London. She died on 19 Feb 1857 in Grahamstown, Cape Province, South Africa.

 

John Brown and Ann Cave. They were married on 26 Oct 1812 in St Anne's Parish Church, Soho, London. They had 4 children.

 

i.             Elizabeth Brown. She was born on 18 Feb 1815 in London. Christening on 03 Apr 1815 in St Mary's Marylebone, London. She died on 07 Jun 1859.

 

ii.            Anne Brown. She was born on 17 Sep 1817 in London. She married Henry Francis Fynn. They were married on 06 Mar 1837 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa. She died on 30 Jun 1839 in Swarts Kei (nr. Tarkas Post), Eastern Cape, South Africa.

 

Notes for Anne Brown: General Notes:

 

Died of measles.

 

5.             iii.Christiana Brown. She was born on 20 Sep 1821 in South Africa. She married Henry Francis Fynn. They were married on 09 Jan 1841 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa. She died on 13 Jan 1870 in Durban, Natal, Soputh Africa.

 

iv.           George Brown. He was born on 06 Jan 1826 in South Africa. He died on 29 May 1872 in Fort Gray, Cape Colony.

 

Generation 3

 

5.            Christiana Brown-3 (John Brown-2, John Brown-1). She was born on 20 Sep 1821 in South Africa. She died on 13 Jan 1870 in Durban, Natal, Soputh Africa.

 

Notes for Christiana Brown: General Notes:

 

Acc to gravestone born 12 September 1821.

 

Henry Francis Fynn is the son of Henry Francis Fynn and Elizabeth Copestick. He was born on 29 Mar 1803 in Fleet Street, London. Christening on 27 Apr 1803 in St George's Hanover Square, London. He died on 20 Sep 1861 in Fynnlands, Durban, Natal, South Africa.

 

Notes for Henry Francis Fynn: General Notes:

 

1815: educated at Christ's Hospital, London where he gained a rudimentary knowledge of medecine. Worked as a surgeon's assistant.

 

Henry was a physician, trader and adventurer who travelled up to what is now Durban in search of trade, mainly ivory. He is credited in establishing Durban. He befriended Shaka,

 

Generation 3

 

King of the Zulus, and gave him urgent medical attention following a stabbing by one of his tribe. In return Shaka gave him (and other Europeans) land and 9 wives, 3 of whom he gave to his brother Frank. He left up to 20 children from African wives as well as one son by Christianna Brown...in effect, he 'had his own tribe...' and one of his wives inherited his Chieftainship and that was passed down through the family. See 1820 Settlers website

 

Henry Francis Fynn and Christiana Brown. They were married on 09 Jan 1841 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa. They had 1 child.

 

i.             Henry Francis Fynn. He was born on 14 Nov 1846 in Colesburg, Eastern Cape, South Africa. He married Hanna Maria Payne. They were married on 06 Jun 1870 in Richmond, Natal, South Africa. He died on 28 Apr 1915 in Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South AFrica.

 

Notes for Henry Francis Fynn: General Notes:

 

1858-59: attended St Andrew's College, Grahamstown, Eastern Province, South Africa.

 

Had 11 children, some with exotic names.

 

6.            Leo Africanus Whitfield-3 (John Brown-2, John Brown-1). He was born on 18 Jun 1822 in Swartkops River District, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Christening on 31 Oct 1841 in Bathurst, Eastern Cape, South Africa. He died on 24 Oct 1887 in Gum Grove, Debe Nek Division, Kingwilliamstown, South Africa. Cause of Death was Cancer.

 

Notes for Leo Africanus Whitfield: General Notes:

 

1849: a farmer at Harewood, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

 

1851: a farmer at Myrtle Grove, Bathurst, Eastern Cape.

 

1887: lived at Green Grove, Debe Neke Division, King William's Town, Cape of Good Hope; left nearly £400 in his Will to be administered by oldest son.

 

Had 13 children.

 

Died of cancer 'after being poked by an ox'.

 

Left £395 10s 11d in England; John Henry Whitfield and Thomas Lawrence administrators.

 

Mary Dodgson Phillips is the daughter of John Phillips and Sarah Hayhurst. She was born on 03 Nov 1823 in Debe Nek, Gum Grove, South Africa. She died on 22 Oct 1903.

 

Leo Africanus Whitfield and Mary Dodgson Phillips. They were married on 01 Nov 1841 in Cuylerville (nr. Bathurst), South Africa. They had 13 children.

 

9.             i.Leo Africanus Whitfield. He was born 1852. He married Sarah Ann Webster. They were married on 28 May 1875 in Presbyterian Church, Grahamstown, South Africa. He died 1937.

 

ii.            Charlotte Sarah Whitfield.

 

iii.           John Henry Whitfield.

 

iv.           Cordelia Ann Whitfield.

 

v.            Mary Elizabeth Whitfield.

 

vi.           Oscar Leo Robert Whitfield.

 

vii.          Jane Lawrence Whitfield.

 

10.          viii.Arthur Armstrong (Orfa) Whitfield.

 

ix.           Edith Emily Whitfield.

 

x.            Virginia Ellen Whitfield.

 

xi.           Ada Maud Whitfield.

 

xii.          Saul Brown Whitfield.

 

xiii.         Wallace Whitfield.

 

7.            John Brown Whitfield-3 (John Brown-2, John Brown-1). He was born on 28 Jan 1828 in 14 Brownlow Street, Middlesex, London. Christening on 09 Jun 1828 in St Giles in the Fields, Middlesex. He died on 05 Feb 1909 in Fish River Mouth District, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

 

Notes for John Brown Whitfield: General Notes:

 

Adopted a Charles Kent.

 

1853: at time of marriage to Jane was a farmer at Kaffir's Drift, South Africa.

 

Jane Cawood is the daughter of John Cawood and Ann(e) (Ynes) Murray. She was born on 15 Dec 1832 in Bathurst, Eastern Cape, South Africa. She died on 21 Oct 1854 in Eastern Cape, South Africa.

 

Notes for Jane Cawood: General Notes:

 

Died in childbirth. "After a painful illness of three days during the absence of her husband, Jane the beloved wife of John Whitfield and fourth daughter of John Cawood Esq., late of Cawood's Post. Aged 21 years, 10 months and 6 days. Fot the great respect shewn to the remins of his beloved wife by his fellow townsmen, he gratefully thanks them...John Whitfield, King Williams Town, 23 October 1854" The Grahamsrown Journal, Saturday 4 Nov 1854

 

John Brown Whitfield and Jane Cawood. They were married on 08 Feb 1853 in Bathurst Parish Church, Cape Province, South Africa. They had 1 child.

 

i.             David Whitfield. He was born on 18 Oct 1854 in Grahamstown, South Africa. He died Abt. 1856.

 

Notes for David Whitfield: General Notes:

 

18 months old at death.

 

Ann Wallis. She was born on 13 Mar 1840 in Cape Colony.

 

John Brown Whitfield and Ann Wallis. They were married on 02 Feb 1862 in Eastern Cape, South Africa. They had 2 children.

 

i.             Mary Elizabeth Whitfield. She was born 1873. She died 1880.

 

ii.            Ruth Wallis Whitfield. She was born 1885. She married Frederick William Ashdown. They were married on 20 Mar 1906 in St Albans Cathedral Chuch, Pretoria, South Africa. She died 1954.

 

8.            William Henry (Harry) Lancaster Whitfield-3 (John Brown-2, John Brown-1). He was born on 18 Jan 1829 in Bathurst, South Africa. He died on 18 May 1872 in Lydenberg, Transvaal, South Africa.

 

Notes for William Henry (Harry) Lancaster Whitfield: General Notes:

 

Seems to have been called Henry (also Harry and William) by the family and Margaret was called Emily?

 

Some records say he was born in London, some say Lancashire, but his mother appears to have been in South Africa at that time, so if that is correct, it would have been rather difficult for him to have been born in UK! Also there are queries re. date of his divorce and date of death.

 

Had at least 10 children.

 

About 1869: family left Eastern Cape, trekking up to the Transvaal after the discovery of diamonds at du Toitspan.

 

1872?: divorced/died. Death was when fighting the Bantu at Lydenburg in the Transvaal.

 

Before 1874: family settled in Potchefstroom.

 

 

 

Margaret Ellen Cawood is the daughter of John Cawood and Ann(e) (Ynes) Murray. She was born on 18 Mar 1831 in Port Alfred, Cape Colony, South Africa. She died on 01 Oct 1913 in Klerksdorp, Transvaal, South Africa.

 

Notes for Margaret Ellen Cawood: General Notes:

 

Sometimes recorded as 'Mary'.

 

William Henry (Harry) Lancaster Whitfield and Margaret Ellen Cawood. They were married on 25 Sep 1849 in Cuylerville, South Africa. They had 10 children.

 

i.             Walter William Whitfield. He was born on 08 Aug 1850.

 

ii.            Henry Whitfield. He was born 1852. He died 1853.

 

iii.           Charles James Whitfield. He was born on 03 Oct 1854 in King William's Town, South Africa.

 

iv.           Colin John Cawood Whitfield. He was born on 24 Jun 1859.

 

11.          v.Alfred Leo Whitfield. He was born on 13 Aug 1860 in King William's Town, South Africa. Christening on 22 Aug 1860 in King William's Town, South Africa. He married Amy Cawood. They were married on 20 Sep 1892 in Klerksdorp, South Africa. He died on 22 Feb 1901 in Boschpoort, nr. Kroonstad, South Africa.

 

vi.           Jessie Ellen Whitfield. She was born 1862.

 

vii.          Annie Katherine Whitfield. She was born 1863.

 

viii.         Henry (Harry) Whitfield. He was born 1869.

 

ix.           Lewis Whitfield. He was born 1872.

 

x.            David Reuben Whitfield. He was born on 18 Jul 1873 in Rhenosterkop, Kroonstad, OFS, South Africa. He married Sarah Anne Hartley. They were married on 15 Apr 1897 in Klerksdorp, Transvaal, South Africa. He died on 14 Apr 1937 in Klerksdorp, Transvaal, South Africa.

 

Notes for David Reuben Whitfield: General Notes:

 

Date of birth (10 or 18 July 1873) well after his father's death date...it follows that one is wrong or there may be another explanation...perhaps his so-called birth date may be date of christening.

 

Was a member of Kimberley Town Guard in Boer War.

 

 

 

 

Generation 4

 

9.            Leo Africanus Whitfield-4 (Leo Africanus Whitfield-3, John Brown-2, John Brown-1). He was born 1852. He died 1937.

 

Notes for Leo Africanus Whitfield: General Notes:

 

At the time of marriage was a carrier;

 

1927 was a farmer at Debe Nek, Kingwilliamstown, South Africa.

 

Sarah Ann Webster.

 

Leo Africanus Whitfield and Sarah Ann Webster. They were married on 28 May 1875 in Presbyterian Church, Grahamstown, South Africa. They had 1 child.

 

12.          i.Archibald Whitfield.

 

10.          Arthur Armstrong (Orfa) Whitfield-4 (Leo Africanus Whitfield-3, John Brown-2, John Brown-1).

 

13.          i.Percival Blair Godfrey Whitfield. He was born on 04 Jan 1888.

 

11.          Alfred Leo Whitfield-4 (William Henry (Harry) Lancaster Whitfield-3, John Brown-2, John Brown-1). He was born on 13 Aug 1860 in King William's Town, South Africa. Christening on 22 Aug 1860 in King William's Town, South Africa. He died on 22 Feb 1901 in Boschpoort, nr. Kroonstad, South Africa.

 

Notes for Alfred Leo Whitfield: General Notes:

 

21 Dec 1893: joined Royal Albert Lodge of Freemasons at Klerksdorp, Transvaal, South Africa.

 

Was a carrier in Orkney, Transvaal and then a farmer in Matijespan, Viljoenskroon, Free State;


 

Generation 4

 

operated a transport business in the Kimberley Diamond Fields, a pont across the Vaal River; sold business and bought a farm at Matjesfontein in the Orange Free State with the proceeds.

 

His wife Amy was also a second cousin.

 

At the outbreak of the Boer War, he joined the local commandos of the Free State near Kroonstad. After a patrol, he returned home to find that his farm had been burnt down by Captain Kloppers, acting on instructiuons of General C J de Wet, the reason being 'because he was English'. He then joined the British side and the British asked him to form and lead the Kroonstad Scouts because of his markmanship and his knowledge of the area. The Boers put a price on his head and he was killed in 1901, seemingly by one of his former friends.

 

Was a Sergeant Major, died of wounds near Kroonstad. At time of death was a farmer at Matjespan, nr. Kroonstad.

 

Amy Cawood is the daughter of Thomas Cawood and Frances Richards. She was born on 19 Aug 1868 in Eastern Cape, South Africa. She died on 05 Apr 1946 in Free State, South Africa.

 

Alfred Leo Whitfield and Amy Cawood. They were married on 20 Sep 1892 in Klerksdorp, South Africa. They had 5 children.

 

i.             Wilfred Charles Whitfield. He died 1893. He was born on 03 Oct 1893.

 

ii.            Iva (h) Lilian Whitfield. She was born on 23 Sep 1894.

 

iii.           Ellen Frances Whitfield. She was born on 09 Apr 1896. She died 1898.

 

14.          iv.Cecil Alfred Whitfield. He was born on 20 Mar 1898 in Klerksdorp, South Africa. He married Ella Wedderburn Long. They were married on 18 Apr 1923. He died on 24 Nov 1984.

 

15.          v.Lionel Redvers Whitfield. He was born 1901.

 

Generation 5

 

12.          Archibald Whitfield-5 (Leo Africanus Whitfield-4, Leo Africanus Whitfield-3, John Brown-2, John Brown-1).

 

i.             Norma Whitfield.

 

13.          Percival Blair Godfrey Whitfield-5 (Arthur Armstrong (Orfa) Whitfield-4, Leo Africanus Whitfield-3, John Brown-2, John Brown-1). He was born on 04 Jan 1888.

 

i.             Patrick Arthur David Whitfield. He was born 1925.

 

14.          Cecil Alfred Whitfield-5 (Alfred Leo Whitfield-4, William Henry (Harry) Lancaster Whitfield-3, John Brown-2, John Brown-1). He was born on 20 Mar 1898 in Klerksdorp, South Africa. He died on 24 Nov 1984.

 

Notes for Cecil Alfred Whitfield: General Notes:

 

Sometimes spelt 'Whitefield'.

 

Ella Wedderburn Long is the daughter of Ernest George Long and Helena Josina Brink. She was born Feb 1898. She died on 11 Jun 1928 in Matjespan Farm, South Africa. Burial in Kroonstad, South Africa.

 

Generation 5

 

Notes for Ella Wedderburn Long:

 

General Notes:

Died of septicemia, 3 weeks after the birth of her twins.

 

Cecil Alfred Whitfield and Ella Wedderburn Long. They were married on 18 Apr 1923. They had 1 child.

 

i.             Helena Fay Frances Whitfield. She was born on 18 Feb 1926 in Kroonstad, OFS, SA. She married Walter (Wally) Burton Thorne. They were married on 12 Jan 1952 in Matjespan Farm, nr. Viljoenskroon, Matjespan, South Africa. She died on 17 Sep 2004 in Welkom, OVS. Cause of Death was cancer.

 

Grace Doreen Clayton is the daughter of George Edwin Clayton and Benetta Theodora Purdon. She was born on 06 Apr 1906 in Cape, South Africa. She died 1969.

 

Cecil Alfred Whitfield and Grace Doreen Clayton. They had 2 children.

 

i.             Cecily Whitfield. She died 1935. She was born 1935.

 

ii.            Margaret Grace Whitfield. She was born 1937. She died 1964.

 

15.          Lionel Redvers Whitfield-5 (Alfred Leo Whitfield-4, William Henry (Harry) Lancaster Whitfield-3, John Brown-2, John Brown-1). He was born 1901.

 

Dorothy Muriel Mullins. She was born 1898.

 

Lionel Redvers Whitfield and Dorothy Muriel Mullins. They had 2 children.

 

i.             Lionel Desmond Whitfield.

 

ii.            Trevor Leo Whitfield. He was born 1933. He died 2009.


 
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