In Loving Memory of William CLAPHAM Army Scripture Reader
R.V. Hospital Netley
Who Departed This Life
November 5th 1907
Age 70 Years
Them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him.
Possible marriage to Rebecca Bourn Lee and possible children
Mark, Ruth, Grace and Naomi. (ancestry.co.uk)
Burial no 1464 Church of England
In Treasured Memory Of Captain Edward Thomas CONNOLLY I.A.O.C.
Who Departed This Life On April 25th 1933
Aged 53 Years
Deeply Mourned By His Devoted Children
Aileen, Eddie and Paddy
God’s Holy Will Be Done
The index of Wills records him as living in Cornwall and Administration is given to Aileen Josephine Crowl and Edward Albert Connolly.
Burial no. 977 Roman Catholic (He is listed as Lieutenant in the register)
792 Pte. Thomas COOKE died 21st June 1870. Burial no. 176 C. of E.
In Loving Memory of
Who Died March 6th 1884
Aged 28 Years
Also of Charles Frederick
Son of William Crittenden and Kate His Wife
Who Died March 16th 1884
Aged 1 Year and 11 Months
The Lord Gave and the Lord Hath Taken Away Blessed Be The Name of The Lord
Frederick CROOK was buried on March 20th 1885. He was from H.M.S. Hector which was moored at Netley at the time. The service was taken by the ship's chaplain.
Gunner James CROSSLEY age 28 years buried 2nd February 1865. No headstone.
In Memory Of
Died 31st July 1888
Burial no 508 Roman Catholic
Additional information from Achadhgreana on Ancestry:
Son of James Cullen and Anna Mulgrew. Born 1841 in Drumgormal, Stewartstown, Co Tyrone.Joined British Army and attained rank of Colour Sergeant. Fought in Zulu wars and was wounded in
1888. Brought to Netley and died in hospital.
Pte. John CUMMINGS buried 27th June 1864. No headstone.
Sacred To The Memory Of
Widow Of C.P. Currin
Born 1822 Died July 5th 1890
Interred in the family grave of
at West Norwood Cemetery
Martha Ann Currin is buried in West Norwood Cemetery
The 1871 census has Christopher Patrick and Martha living at the hospital. Patrick age 51 was a House Steward in the Officer's Mess and Martha aged 48, a Schoolmistress.
The 1881 census has Martha, an Army Schoolmistress age 58, a widow born in Salisbury. She was living at the hospital.