British Residents 1800-1900.

The names of persons on this index have been gathered at random from a variety of sources. Further names will be added and from time to time updated versions will be posted.  Seamen of the Merchant Navy are included here.

Although the title says ‘British Residents’  Persons of all other Nationalities including Maltese are also included on this index.

Back row standing

Reverend E.A. Hardy, unknown woman, William Jemison Smith (with beard Uncle of the bride who gave her away), Frances Manuel (the bride's widowed mother), unknown man, unknown woman, Henry Lord Jackson (Uncle of the bride)

Middle row sitting

Unknown woman, unknown woman, Caroline Smith (the wife of William Jemison Smith, Aunt of the bride), unknown woman, Joshua Whitaker - the bridegroom, Euphrosyne Manuel - the bride with white parasol, Mary Manuel (the bride's sister), Aloise Whitaker (Aunt of the bride), unknown woman, unknown woman

Front row, on the ground

Cecil Smith (a cousin of the bride), William Hardman, Robert Sanderson Whitaker (Brother of the bridegroom), unknown man, unknown man

 

THE MALTA STANDARD

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1881

   The marriage of  Joshua  Whitaker, Esquire, of Marsala in Sicily, and Miss Euphrosyne  Manuel, eldest daughter of the late Alexander  Manuel, was solemnized last Saturday morning at the Collegiate Church of St. Paul in Valletta, the Reverend E. Hardy, M.A., Chaplain to Government, officiating.

Much interest was evinced in the event by Society and the Church was well filled.

In the evening the newly-married couple left by the Italian steamer for Sicily amidst the hearty congratulations and best wishes of their relations and friends, to which we cannot but add  a hope that the lives of the happy pair may be  as  boundless and  cloudless  as the pure sky which shined upon their nuptial day.

 

 

John ABBOTT, from Northamptonshire, married 23rd February 1819 to, Susan RUTTER, from Norfolk

J.S. ABBOTT, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1882. Senior Warden The Wayfarers Lodge 1881

Mrs ABBOTT, the wife of Keith Edward Abbott, HBM Consul General, gave birth to a daughter on 23rd October 1869 at Odessa

William ABBOTT, born London. Left Malta in August 1814 for Messina, where he died in 1840

Philippe Salvator ABDILLA, born 6th May 1857 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph ABEASIS, died Sunday morning, 26th July 1846, the second son of Mr Jacob Abeasis, aged 5 years 4 months

Angelina ABELA, minor, with her parents consent, born Corfu, the daughter of John and Rosa Abela, married 25th June 1874, to Alfred LODGE, 21+, bachelor, of Cheltenham, the son of James William and Anne Lodge, Lance Corporal, 13th Regiment

Gracia Maria Emmanuelle ABELA, born 11th January 1856 in Zabbar, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Robert ADAM, Freemason, one of the petitioners in 1815 for the establishment of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul.

Robert ADAM, buried 7th February 1823, aged 38 years

Arthur Fulford ADAMS, 21+, bachelor, born in Ashprington, Devon, Deputy Assistant Commisary General, the third son of Elizabeth and Lieut-Colonel Sir George Pownall Adams, married 11th November 1847 to, Henrietta BOWMAN, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the second daughter of Elizabeth and William Flockhart Bowman, Assistant Commissary General

A.F. ADAMS , Assistant Deputy Commissary General, Commissariat Department in 1849

Ann ADAMS, born in Malta about 1817. Married. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Eleanor ADAMS, born about 1809 in Malta. The wife of James Adams, in 1851 living in Lowestoft

Francis William Lauderdale ADAMS, born in Floriana, on the 26th September 1862. The son of Dr.Andrew Leith Adams, Surgeon, 1st Battalion, 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment, and Bertha Jane Adams (nee Grundy). She was a novelist in her own right under the name of Mrs.R.S.De Courcy Laffan.

He became a poet and novelist. Married in 1884 to Helen Elizabeth Uttley. Emigrated to Australia with his wife and infant son, but they both died in Brisbane. He re-married to Edith Goldstone. He committed suicide on 4th September 1893 in lodgings at 9 Gordon Road, Margate, Kent, England, by shooting himself with a pistol

Frank ADAMS, aged 26 years, born in England, buried 10th February 1872

Henry A. ADAM, born about 1850 in Malta. In 1851 living in Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight

John ADAMS, Seaman, of the schooner Meteor. The vessel off loaded 180 barrels of gun powder on 13th February 1834, then docked in the harbour. As the balance of the cargo was being unloaded on the 15th February the vessel exploded, and several men killed. He was injured and suffered a lacerated head. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

W.A. ADAMS, Freemason, Master of the Zetland Lodge 1896. Third District Grand Principal 1911

Walter Leonard Stanley ADAMS, born 8th July 1891, the son of Mary Ann Esther and Walter Robert Adams, Fitter, HM Dockyard

Walter Robert ADAMS, aged 22 years, bachelor, the son of Joseph Adams, married 2nd November 1889 to, Mary Ann Esther TITE, aged 21 years, spinster, from New Brompton, Kent, the daughter of Charles William Tite

William H. ADAMS, born about 1808 in Malta. In 1851 a Master at the Royal Military College Sandhurst, Berkshire

Phyllis ADDENBROOKE, the daughter of Edith and William Hughes Saunders Addenbrooke, Strada Nuova, Sliema, Civil Engineer, born 7th October 1897

 Yolinde ADDENBROOKE, the daughter of Edith and William Hughes Saunders Addenbrooke, Strada Nuova, Sliema, Civil Engineer, born 1st August 1900

George Henry ADDISON, born 13th May 1876, the son of Caroline Augusta and George William Addison

Harriet Elizabeth ADY, born 18th February 1842, the daughter of Maria and Joseph Ady, Acting Clerk of the Dockyard Chapel

Joseph C. ADY, living at 21 Strada Dirimpetto il Convento, Vittoriosa, 1852

Josephine ADY, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Louisa Maria and Joseph Ady, married 1st March 1873 to, Alfred Thomas SLATER, 21+, bachelor, born Seacombe, Cheshire, the son of William and Charlotte Slater. He was an engineer working at the hydraulic dock in Msida. The couple later went to England, and divorced. She returned to Malta and in 1878 married Arthur MARSHALL

Melville Melita ADY, born 4th April 1845, the daughter of Maria and Joseph Ady

George AGAN, born about 1847 in Malta, the son of Mark and Rose Agan. In 1851 living with his parents in Woolwich, Kent

John AGAN, born about 1844 in Malta, the son of Mark and Rose Agan. In 1851 living with his parents in Woolwich, Kent

Rose AGAN, born about 1819 in Malta, the wife of Mark Agan. In 1851 living with her husband and children in Woolwich, Kent

Susan AGAN, born about 1848 in Malta, the daughter of Mark and Rose Agan. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Woolwich, Kent

Antoine Paul AGIUS, born 25th January 1830 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Elizabeth AGIUS, 21+, widow, born in Malta, married 11th August 1856 to, Thomas TURNBULL, 21+, bachelor, born in Sunderland, 2nd Mate, Transport Alma, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Turnbull

Joseph Carmel AGIUS, born 29th January 1886 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Mary AGIUS, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of Paolo Agius, married 24th January 1887 to, Augustus Wesley KIMBER, aged 25 years, bachelor, Gunner, R.M.A., HMS Thunderer, the son of Robert Kimber

Paulina AGIUS, spinster, minor with parent’s consent, the daughter of Giuseppe and Giuseppa Agius, married 11th July 1864 to, Robert NIXON, 21+, bachelor, born in Bermondsey, London, Private,1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of Robert and Eliza Nixon

Theresa AGIUS, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Paolo Agius, married 2nd December 1880, to Alfred READ, aged 23 years, bachelor, Royal Marine, HMS Hibernia, the son of William Read

Vincente AGIUS, born 11th July 1884 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Henry Crichton AGNEW, widower, from London, married 22nd May 1841 to, Charlotte Camilla Theresa Pinot MONTI, minor, with guardian’s consent, the daughter of Marie Philiberti sophia Monti, of Paris

Kathleen Mary Melita AGUTTER, born 12th February 1900, the daughter of Thomas Charles and Roberta Agutter, Civil Engineer

Thomas AHERN, buried 15th May 1860

Thomas AKED, born in Malta about 1826. In 1881 living with his wife and family in Spotland, Lancashire

Alfred W. WILKINSON, born about 1823 in Malta. In 1851 living in Lambeth, London

John Smith AITON, buried 2nd April 1847, aged 25 years

George ALCOTT, aged 26 years, buried 13th November 1861

Reverend Edmund Albert ALDERSON, born in Epworth, Lincolnshire. Ordained in 1865 by the Bishop of Rochester. In 1871 he was living in Colchester with his wife Mary, and their new born baby girl Alice Mary. Promoted Chaplain to the Forces 1st Class on 3rd June 1889. Served at the Barracca Garrison Church, Valletta. Died 28th January 1890, aged 49 years

Caterina ALESSI, minor, spinster, the daughter of Francesco de’ Marchesi Alessi LL.D., married 1st January 1832, to Frederick SEDLEY, 21+, bachelor, of Colombo, Ceylon, employed in the office of Chief Secretary to the Government

Charles ALEXANDER, disolved partnership with Robinson Duckworth, January 1832

Charles ALEXANDER, born about 1850 in Malta, the son of Anne Alexander. In 1851 living with his mother in Woolwich, Kent

David ALEXANDER, born about 1846 in Malta, the son of Anne Alexander. In 1851 living with his mother in Woolwich, Kent

Thomas ALEXANDER, shopkeeper at 307 Strada San Paolo, active 1808

John ALEXANDERSON, died 14th July 1850 at his residence in Valletta. For many years a resident in Malta. A Public Broker

Alexander ALLEN, died 28th April 1849, on board the brig Hercules, in passage from Cagliari to Galatz, 2nd Mate

John ALLEN, born 17th March 1840, the son of Elizabeth and Alexander Sewell Allen

John ALLEN, born in Malta about 1840. In 1881 working at Field Lane Male Refuge and Boys Home, London, as a Surgeon

Dr. John ALLEN, buried 17th January 1849, aged 94 years

J.V. ALLEN, Clerk of Works with Royal Engineers, 1855/1856

Lucy ALLEN, the wife of Dr. Allen, buried 26th November 1840

Margaret ALLEN, aged 21 years, spinster, from Kingston, Hampshire, the daughter of Dr. John Allen, Surgeon HM Naval Hospital, married 30th March 1819, to Robert TAIT, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Dalkeith, Lieutenant, Royal Navy

Ralph ALLEN, died 28th November 1847, arrived from Alexandria on English Steamer Ariel, died in the Lazaretto of dysentery

Samuel Stafford ALLEN, died at Alexandria 26th April 1870. Senior partner in the firm of S.S.Allen and Company

William ALLEN, born about 1802 in Malta. In 1851 living with his wife Marinda and their children in Camberwell, London

ALLERS, Allers Lodging House, at 61 Strada Brittanica, Valletta, in 1847

John ALLERS, Head Baker, married 20th January 1826 to, Jeannett PARSONS

Charles ALLINGHAM, died 16th September 1850 from typhus following cholera, aged 71 years, artist, many years resident

Gaetano AMABILINO, 21+, bachelor, from Palermo, Sicily, married 9th October 1824, to Catherine OAKSHOTT, 21+, spinster, of Lewes, Sussex, both in the service of His Excellency the Governor

William George AMBLER, born about 1828 in Malta. In 1851 living in Portsmouth

Alice Maud ANCELL, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of William Ancell, married 21st January 1893, to Henry John RAMPLING, aged 38 years, widower, Chief Engineer, Royal Navy, HMS Surprise, the son of Richard Rampling

Nils ANDERSEN, aged 30 years, seaman, buried 16th May 1856

Ann ANDERSON, aged 72 years, buried 4th August 1850

James ANDERSON, of the Eastern Telegraph Company, Athens, married December 1897 at Smyrna to, Arabella THORMAN, the widow of Edward Thorman of Tunis and Malta

Johanna Maria ANDERSON, aged 23 years, buried 22nd February 1861 

John ANDERSON, born in Malta about 1831. In 1881 working as a Coal Miner, living in Wombridge, Shropshire with his wife Jane and family

Mary ANDERSON, born about 1822 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Lambeth, London

Mary Ann ANDERSON, aged 24 years, buried 7th October 1843

Charles A. ANDERSON MD, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

James ANDERSON, aged 41 years, seaman, buried 8th July 1861

James ANDERSON, of the Eastern Telegraph Company, Athens, married December 1897 at Smyrna to, Arabella THORMAN, the widow of Edward Thorman of Tunis and Malta

John ANDERSON, aged 28 years, seaman, buried 29th August 1860

Minnie ANDERSON, 21+, widow, of Hook Norton, Oxfordshire, the daughter of William and Minnie Maizzey, married 13th July 1877, to John DOWNIE, 21+, bachelor, born Edinburgh, the son of James and Madeline Downie, Private, 71st Regiment

Dr. William ANDERSON, Surgeon, lived at 98 Strada San Giovanni, active 1809

Philip Frederick ANDRE, born in Frankfurt, previously a merchant in Trieste, but active 1813 onwards as a merchant in Malta

Giovanni ANDREOTTI, Junior Surgeon 1805, Mens Hospital Staff

Ada Dorothea ANDREWS, born 17th April 1868, the daughter of Emma and Charles Andrews

C. ANDREWS, Civil Engineer, HM Dockyard, 1871

Elizabeth ANDREWS, 21+, the widow of Henry Andrews, from Blackfriars, London but died in Malta, married 26th March 1828, to Homan HALLOCK, 21+, bachelor, the son of the Reverend Moses Hallock, of Plainfield, Mass., U.S.A.

Henry ANDREWS, buried 5th September 1826, aged 30 years

Henry Wright ANDREWS, Royal Navy, the son of Henry Andrews of Windsor, married 19th July 1862 at the Archbishop’s Palace in Valletta by Canon Dr.S. Cumbo and on the 28th July 1862 at St.Paul’s Protestant Church by Reverend R.B.Howe, to Elise Hilda CASTAGNA, the daughter of A.B. Castagna, of Cospicua

Jane ANDREWS, born about 1801 in Malta. In 1851 living in Bishopwearmouth, Northumberland

John ANDREWS, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1865, 1866

John ANDREWS, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Mary Anne ANDREWS, born 4th August 1824, the daughter of Elizabeth and Henry Peter Andrews

Thomas ANDREWS, born in Malta about 1863. In 1881 living in Birmingham

William Charles ANDREWS, born in Malta about 1861. In 1881 living in Wimborne, Dorset

W. ANDREWS, seaman, buried 25th June 1833

William G. ANGUS, born in Malta about 1874, the son of Mary and James Angus. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Yorkshire

Frederick ANNESLEY, buried 9th June 1846, the second and youngest son of the late Bishop James of Calcutta

Mrs APAP, the wife of Michele Apap, gave birth to a daughter 30th April 1862, in Valletta,

Isabella APPLEBY, 21+, the widow of Richard Appleby, married 23rd October 1831, to Guthrie TAYLOR, 21+, bachelor, from Dundee, Assistant Surgeon, HMS St.Vincent

Richard APPLEBY, of North Shields, commanding the Merchant Brig Rival of London, married 3rd December 1830, to Isabella HEPBURN, the third daughter of Peter Hepburn of HM Naval Arsenal, from Portsea, Hampshire

Richard APPLEBY, died 26th March 1831, Master of the brig Rival. His death was caused by falling off a horse on the 15th March. His body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 27th March 1831

Emily APPLETON, 21+, widow, born Malta, the daughter of Maria and George LEWIS, married 23rd December 1875, to William SUTHERLAND, 21+, bachelor, Policeman in HM Dockyard, of Tyra, Aberdeenshire, the son of George and Jane Sutherland

Captain Th. APPLETON, died 8th November 1833, arrived on frigate Rainbow, died in the Lazaretto

Emmanuel Felix AQUILINA, born 20th May 1861 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Emmanuelle AQUILINA, born 3rd January 1862 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

George AQUILINA, born 14th February 1856 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph AQUILINA, born 18th March 1863 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph AQUILINA, born 9th September 1867 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph Gregorie Carmel AQUILINA, born 25th November 1877 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Philomene AQUILINA, born 11th September 1864 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Edgar John Hasland ARCHER, born 25th November 1877, the son of Anne and Edward Nicholson Archer

Edward Nicholson ARCHER, 21+, bachelor, born in Deighton, Yorkshire, the son of William and Sarah Archer, married 25th June 1865 to, Anne SKINNER, 21+, spinster, born in Dawlish, Devon, the youngest daughter of Elizabeth and the late James Skinner

Edward Nicholson ARCHER, born 18th January 1870, the son of Anne and Edward Nicholson Archer

Eliza Rebecca ARCHER, the daughter of James Archer and Sarah Ann, nee WICKENDEN, married Frederick James JONES

Ernest Edward Temple ARCHER, born 7th February 1866, the son of Anne and Edward Nicholson Archer. Buried 30th May 1866, aged 3 months 23 days

Ernestine Maude Temple ARCHER, born 18th August 1875, the daughter of Anne and Edward Nicholson Archer

Eveline Temple ARCHER, born 9th March 1872, the daughter of Anne and Edward Nicholson Archer

Florence Temple ARCHER, born 24th August 1867, the daughter of Anne and Edward Nicholson Archer

George Andrew ARCHER, the son of James Archer and Sarah Ann, nee WICKENDEN

James ARCHER, Sergeant, HM Dockyard, died in Bighi Naval Hospital 5th February 1871, aged 50 years. His wife was Sarah Ann, nee WICKENDEN

Mary Alice ARCHER, the daughter of James Archer and Sarah Ann, nee WICKENDEN, married 17th November 1886 to Samuel LEONARD, Royal Navy

Mary Alice ARCHER, aged 27 years, spinster, Schoolmistress, the daughter of James Archer, married 17th November 1886 to, Samuel LEONARD, aged 41 years, widower, Steward, Royal Navy, HMS Alexandra, the son of John Leonard

Ruby Lillian ARCHER, born 23rd March 1880, the daughter of Anne and Edward Nicholson Archer. Mercer and Draper in Valletta

Maria Amelia ARCIDIACONI, minor, from Catania, Sicily, resident with her father in Malta, and with her parents consent, married 1st December 1832, to John HOWARD, 21+, bachelor, from Southwark, Surrey

Ferdinand ARKWRIGHT, resident Malta, electoral list 1856 and 1864

James C. ARKWRIGHT, died 16th May 1896, at Matlock, Derbyshire. A wealthy man, the largest shareholder in the Midland Railway Company. He was the grandson of Sir Richard Arkwright, the inventor of the spinning jenny. He was resident in Malta at The Palms, St.Julians up to 1868

Robert George ARMITAGE, aged 30 years, died 17th April 1880 at Dunford's Hotel, Valletta

James ARMES, ex-Royal Munster Fusiliers, became a publican, and lived at 279 Strada Due Porte, Senglea

Sarah Elizabeth ARMIT, aged 34 years, buried 16th October 1862

George ARMSTRONG, aged 43 years, seaman, buried 13th May 1862

John ARMSTRONG, buried 31st December 1899, aged 31 years, Fitter, HM Dockyard, born Newcastle-on-Tyne

Dr. John Mould ARNOLD, living at 26 Strada dietro la Prigione, Vittoriosa, electoral list 1852

Giovanni ARPA, Merchant, at 49 Strada San Cristoforo, Valletta, in 1847

Dr. Saverio ARPA, Physician, at 89 Strada Vescovo, Valletta, in 1847

Dr. ARPA, went to Scutari Hospital in 1854 during the Crimean War

Alice Harriet ARROWSMITH, born 19th September 1849, the daughter of Annie Esther and William Lamb Arrowsmith

Alice Harriette ARROWSMITH, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Annie Esther and William Lamb Arrowsmith, married 19th November 1874, to George William MacKEY, 21+, bachelor, Assistant Paymaster, Royal Navy, of London, the son of George and Sarah Charlotte MacKey

Annie Esther ARROWSMITH, buried 17th July 1858, the wife of William Lamb Arrowsmith, aged 37 years

Blanche Isabel Harriet ARROWSMITH, born 8th August 1843, the daughter of Annie Esther and William Lamb Arrowsmith

Blanche Isabel Harriet ARROWSMITH, buried 5th February 1847, aged 3 years 5 months, the daughter of Annie Esther and William Lamb Arrowsmith

Blanche Mabel ARROWSMITH, born 19th March 1847, the daughter of Annie Esther and William Lamb Arrowsmith

Blanche Mabel ARROWSMITH, buried 9th May 1851, aged 4 years, the daughter of Annie Esther and William Lamb Arrowsmith

Caroline Annie ARROWSMITH, minor, with her mother’s consent, the daughter of Annie Esther and William Lamb Arrowsmith, married 22nd June 1858 to David Reid McKINNON, 21+, bachelor, born Aberdeen, Surgeon, 21st Regiment, the son of Jane, nee REID and Captain Lachlan McKinnon

Horace Reginald ARROWSMITH, born 26th March 1846, the son of Annie Esther and William Lamb Arrowsmith

William Lamb ARROWSMITH, appointed Superintendent of Public Works 1841. Collector of Customs, 1849 – 1854

Eliza ASH, born about 1820 in Malta. Working as a Servant in Westminster, London, in 1851

Elizabeth ASH, born about 1826. In 1841 living in Bristol with her parents Eliza and Thomas Ash and family

Mary ASHALL, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of Sergeant Major William Ashall, Royal Artillery, from Sheffield, Yorkshire, married 19th June 1819, to Thomas CORLETT, aged 32 years, bachelor, from Isle of Man

Kathleen Helen ASHE, born in Malta about 1870, the daughter of Rosamond and William Henry Ashe. In 1881 living with her brothers with their maternal grandmother in Twickenham, Middlesex

St. George ASHE, born in Malta 23rd May 1871., the son of Rosamond and William Henry Ashe. In 1881 living with his sister and brothers with their maternal grandmother in Twickenham, Middlesex

Charles Thomas ASHCROFT, aged 35 years, widower, Master Mariner, the son of Charles Ashcroft, married 1st July 1888 to, Marianna GAFFIERO, aged 23 years, spinster the daughter of Francesco Gaffiero

St. George ASHE, born 23rd May 1871, the son of William Henry and Rosamond Ashe

Jane ASHMORE, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of John Ashmore, married 6th January 1886 to, James WILSON, aged 26 years, bachelor, Colour Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, the son of John Wilson

James ASPINALL, living at Tarxien, electoral list 1852

John C. ASPINALL, working in HM Dockyard, November 1860

John C. ASPINALL, of HM Dockyard, the youngest son of the late N.J. Aspinall, married 27th November 1860, to Nicolina Theresa GULIA, the second daughter of Dr.Gulia of Cospicua

Mrs ASPINALL, the wife of N.J. Aspinall, gave birth to a son 18th July 1837

Nicholas John ASPINALL, living at Strada Tarxien, Paula, electoral list 1852

Nicholas John ASPINALL, buried 21st January 1857, aged 71 years, of Tarxien. Born 28th April 1786, in Birmingham, belonging to the Aspinall family of Clitheroe, Lancashire. After education in England and Germany, came to Malta in 1811 and became a merchant

Gertrude ASTLEY, born about 1828 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Staveley, Lancashire

John ASTON, aged 25 years, married 28th December 1896, to Eliza BULBECK, aged 26 years

Mary ASTON, born about 1808 in Malta. In 1851 living in Portsea, Hampshire

Charles ASTOR, Collector of Customs 1798 – 1800

Nicola ATALIOTTY, Merchant, at 141 Strada San Cristoforo, Valletta, in 1847 Director of the Malta Bank in 1849. Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1851 - 1852

Mark Kern ATHERLEY, born in Malta about 1864. In 1881 living in Clapham, London

William ATCHISON, born in Malta about 1824. In 1881 living with his wife Mary Atchison, nee Foster and family in Marylebone, London

Evelyn Marjorie ATKINS, born 17th September 1899, the daughter of Louisa and William Charles Algernon Atkins, 5 Victoria Terrace, Sliema, Eastern Telegraph Company

Frederick William McClean ATKINS, aged 33 years, buried 2nd June 1862

H.J. ATKINS, died 14th November 1833, arrived from Constantinople on the brig Eroe, in the Lazaretto, from consumption

Louise Ida Melita ATKINS, born 12th June 1895, the daughter of William Charles Algernon and Louise Marie Atkins, Telegraphist

ATKINSON, Atkinson’s Lodging House at 38 Strada Zecca, Valletta, in 1847

ATKINSON. Established in 1889, Atkinson & Co., produced aerated water at their factory in Hamrun. The partners were C.W.Atkinson and A.Lewis. They were also Wine, Spirit and Tobacco Merchants, and operated from 303 Strada Reale, Valletta

Benjamin ATKINSON, granted a licence to open a school 11th July 1835

Francis ATKINSON, born 23rd May 1848, the son of Anna Maria and Francis Atkinson, from Lancaster, England

Francis ATKINSON, buried 6th November 1848, aged 5 months

George ATKINSON, born about 1810 in Malta. In 1851 living in Gateshead

Henry ATKINSON, seaman, buried 13th April 1855, aged 59 years

Joseph ATKINSON, born in Malta about 1839. In 1881 working as a Quarryman, and living in Yorkshire

Mary Ann ATKINSON, aged 70 years, buried 15th March 1854

Anne ATTARD, the daughter of Paolo Attard, married 30th October 1860 to, Charles WOOD, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Carmela ATTARD, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of John Attard, married 29th June 1886 to, Albert Clement Owen Charles Edwrad HUNT, aged 21 years, Carpenter, the son of Henry Hunt

Carmeno ATTARD born 2nd September 1842 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis Carmel ATTARD born 12th February 1858 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis Michelangelo Anthony ATTARD born 20th March 1853 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis Victor Michel ATTARD, born 2nd September 1862 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph ATTARD born 10th April 1855 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph Saviour Domenic ATTARD born 3rd August 1825 in Senglea, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Louis ATTARD born 14th September 1847 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Marianne ATTARD born 20th April 1863 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michel ATTARD born 21st February 1837 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Rose Amelia ATTARD born 8th May 1874 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore ATTARD. In March 1889, Salvatore Attard, aged 21 years, and Silvestro Bartolo, aged 25 years were two Maltese boatmen engaged by three soldiers, Private Charles Andrews, Berkshire Regiment, Private James Casey of the Medical Staff Corps, and William Sutton a Trumpeter, Royal Artillery, to take them from Valletta to Ricasoli, when a dispute broke out over payment. Though the soldiers offered more than the correct fare the boatmen demanded more, which was refused. They threw Andrews and Casey overboard. Casey managed to swim ashore, but Andrews held onto the side of the boat. He was then hit over the head with a piece of wood, and had his fingers smashed so that he let go, and sunk beneath the water. Attard and Bartolo stood trial for murder. Attard was found Guilty and sentenced to Penal Servitude for Life, whilst Bartolo was Acquitted

Thornton ATTARD, born about 1817 in Malta. Living in London in 1851

Vincenzo ATTARD, bachelor, of Valletta, married 10th April 1850 to, Margaret WALKER, spinster, from Knaresborough, Yorkshire

Walter ATTARD, born in Malta about 1848. In 1881 working as an Architect, living in Buckingham Street, London, W.1.

Paul ATTARO, born 16th October 1844 in Sannat, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

John ATTERBURY, 21+, bachelor, from Clerkenwell, London, resident in Malta, married 3rd July 1842 to, Hanah TOWELL, the widow of Michael Towell, resident in Malta

Joseph ATTIAS, born in Algiers, the son of Sarah and Moses Attias. Baptised July 1843

Mary AUSTIN, born about 1817 in Malta

Anthony Paul AVALI, born 4th November 1850 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Angelica AVELINE, buried 12th November 1858

John AVERY, Storekeeper’s Labourer, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Martin AVITT, aged 42 years, Master, buried 24th August 1868

Carmel AXISA born 7th December 1854 in Vittoriosa, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Laurentia Anna Maria Josephine AXISA born 31st August 1865 in Vittoriosa, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

William AYLES, born in Malta about 1810. In 1881 an Inmate in St. Georges in the East Workhouse, London

 Joseph AYNE, born in Malta about 1863. In 1881 living with his aunt Jane Botting in London

Charles AZZOPARD born 26th December 1877 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis AZZOPARD born 3rd January 1881 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph AZZOPARD born 27th March 1850 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Laurence AZZOPARD born 29th January 1873 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michel Joseph Anthony AZZOPARD born 22nd October 1847 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis AZZOPARDI born 4th November 1850 in Xewkija, Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Gaetana AZZOPARDI, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of John and Grazia Azzopardi, married 23rd December 1875, to Jonathan BOOTH, 21+, bachelor, from Dorset, the son of Thomas and Sarah Booth, Corporal, Royal Marines, HMS Hercules

Jessie AZZOPARDI, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of John Azzopardi, married 3rd September 1892, to Robert PETCHING, aged 28 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of William Patching deceased

Josepha AZZOPARDI born 7th November 1857 in Xewkija, Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Paolo Antonio AZZOPARDI, of Siggiewi, graduated from Malta University as a Doctor, in 1810

Vincenzo AZZOPARDI, Baron of Buleben, born 1792. Doctor of Laws, author and historian. During 1813 plague and 1837 cholera outbreak was involved with public health duties. Died 1857

Margaret BABINGTON, aged 35 years, buried 19th June 1845

Charles Thomas BACKER M.D., buried 13th January 1824, aged 37 years

John Chancelor BACON, born 3rd October 1853, the son of John and Jane Bacon

John C. BACON, buried 24th July 1854, aged 9 months

Dr. Aurelio BADATT, Master of Anatomy and Surgery 1806. Senior Surgeon Mens Hospital Staff, 1805Ada E. BADGER, born in Mlata about 1862, the daughter of Dianna and John Badger. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Coppenhall, Cheshire. Her father ran the Edleston Road Imperial Hotel

George Percy BADGER, 21+, bachelor, born in England, married 8th January 1840 to, Maria Christiana WILCOX, 21+, spinster, born in England

Sidney H. BADGER, born in Malta about 1863, the son of Dianna and John Badger. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Coppenhall, Cheshire. His father ran the Edleston Road Imperial Hotel

Temistocle de Conti BAGGIO, bachelor, born in Corfu, married 12th June 1849 to, Katherine AUTIVY, the widow of Ambroise Filibert Leon Autivy, born in Aberdeen, Scotland

Luisa Celestina BAGLIETTO, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Manoel Baglietto, married 21st October 1889 to, William Henry COTTRELL, aged 26 years, bachelor, the son of Major William Foulkes Cottrell retired

Edward BAILEY, aged 18 years, seaman, buried 31st December 1860

Thomas BAILEY, died 16th February 1841, arrived on HMS Thunderer, from Marmorice. Died in the Lazaretto, from consumption

Thomas BAILEY, born in Malta about 1816. In 1881 he was an Inmate of the Westminster Union Workhouse, London

Walter L. BAILEY, born in Malta about 1849, the son of Mary and Henry Bailey. Living with his parents and family in Gillingham, Kent, in 1851

William BAILEY, aged 25 years, seaman on the Schooner Nymphe, buried 26th July 1850

William BAILY, born in Malta about1847. In 1881 he was living with his wife Martha and family in London

William J. BAILEY, born in Malta about 1850, the son of Mary and Henry Bailey. Living with his parents and family in Gillingham, Kent, in 1851

Reverend John BAIN, Minister of the Free Church of Scotland, 1847

Joseph BAINBRIDGE, an American Naval officer shot John Corcoran in a duel February 1803

Dr. Gregorio BAJADA, treasurer of St.John Hospital for men on Gozo, 1801

Agnes Gertrude BAKER, born 28th July 1849, the daughter of Louisa and William Baker

Married in July 1872, in England, Anastasia Caroline Alexandrina BAKER, the third daughter of Henry Baker retired, formerly of the Ionian Islands, to Reverend S.K. STOTHERT

B.B. BAKER, died at Sliema, 20th February 1868. Formerly the Director of the College at Corfu, and Professor of English Literature at the Ionian University

Benjamin Bartlett BAKER, 21+, bachelor, of Valletta, married 30th April 1836, to Frances BINGHAM, 21+, spinster, of Valletta

Catherine BAKER, died 2nd November 1847 of haemorrhage a few hours after giving birth to a son, the wife of Edwin Baker, proprietor Princess Royal Hotel. Aged 36 years, she left a husband and five children

Conrad E. BAKER, Clerk in the Appeal Court 1865

Edward BAKER, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Edwin BAKER, married on 14th February 1848, to Margaret Sophia Ann GOODENOUGH, the eldest daughter of Edmund Goodenough, by the Reverend Dr. C. Falzon

Edwin BAKER, Princess Royal Hotel, in 1847

Edwin T. BAKER, living at 112 Strada Vescovo, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Hannah BAKER, died 11th January 1834, aged 52 years, the widow of Mr. Baker Ordnance Department. She had lived in Malta for about 30 years

Harriet BAKER, aged 18 years, the daughter of Samuel Baker, Artificer, Ordnance Department, buried 5th February 1844

Henry BAKER, born in Malta about 1806. In 1881 he was living in Plymouth, Devon with his daughter and grandchildren

Henry Gregory BAKER, died 1st January 1848, aged 2 months, the son of Mr. Edwin Baker of Princess Royal Hotel

Hilda Agnes Elvira BAKER, spinster, the youngest daughter of B.B.Baker LL.D., married 9th September 1867, to Frederick William JARRAD, bachelor, Royal Navy, the only son of J.Jarrad, of Borham, Surrey,

James BAKER, died 22nd April 1840, arrived on HM Frigate Castor, from Haifa. Died in the Lazaretto, from stomach cancer

James BAKER, baptised 28th March 1867, the son of William and Sarah Ann Baker, Gentleman, formerly of Berkeley Square, Bristol

John BAKER, died 29th November 1840, arrived on HM Steamer Cyclops, from Beirut. Died in the Lazaretto

John BAKER, the son of Samuel Baker, Artificer, Ordnance Department, buried 17th February 1845

John BAKER, born in Malta about 1859. In 1881 living in Woolwich, Kent

John BAKER, aged 32 years, buried 11th July 1855

Lydia Antoinette BAKER, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Sarah and Samuel Baker, HM Ordnance Department, married 1st June 1859 to, Henry Carleton THOMAS, 21+, bachelor, employee Admiral Superintendent’s Office, the son of George and Margaret Thomas

Norman Edwin BAKER, born 9th October 1836, the son of Frances and Benjamin Bartlett Baker

Samuel BAKER, from Sussex, Carpenter, married 8th October 1814 to, Catherine MEYNE

Samuel BAKER, from Sussex, married 13th October 1838 to, Sarah WINCH

Samuel BAKER, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Samuel BAKER, Master Artificer, Ordnance Department, aged 61 years, buried 18th May 1852

William BAKER, of Malta, married at Jevington Parish Church 21st June 1848, to Louisa FILDER, eldest daughter of John Turner Filder, of Jevington Place, Eastbourne, Sussex

William BAKER, Clerk, Engineers Office in 1847. Living at 34 Strada Zaccaria, Valletta, electoral list 1852

W. BAKER, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1896

Thomas BALAM, Ordnance Department, married 9th November 1819 to, Ann DEVATT

Teresa BALBI, minor, spinster, the daughter of Giuseppe Balbi, of Valletta, with the consent of her Guardian, married 24th December 1837, to Shuttilworth Myers WATSON, 21+, bachelor, of Valletta

The daughter of Angelo and Caterina BALDACCHINO, Antonia GAYLARD, 21+, widow, born in Malta, married 6th February 1870 to, Henry KREUZBERG, 21+, bachelor, born in Nettlingen, Hannover, Germany, Bandsman, HMS Caledonia, the son of Henry and Mary Caterina Kreuzberg

Johanna BALDACCHINO, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of John Baldacchino, Sailor, married 12th December 1882 to, William FLEETWOOD, aged 25 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Marine Artillery, the son of William Fleetwood, Brewer

Antonia BALDACCHINO, born 22nd October 1883 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph BALDACCHINO, born 3rd February 1862 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph BALDACCHINO, born 30th January 1870 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Marie Carmela BALDACCHINO, born 7th November 1858 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

F.W. BALDEN born in Malta about 1843. Living in Tranmere, Cheshire, with his wife in 1881

Henry BALDERSTON, died 12th November 1840, arrived on HMS Hastings, from Beirut. Died in the Lazaretto, from dropsy

Mary A. BALDOCK, born about 1804 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Marylebone, London

Arthur Vernon BALDRY, aged 25 years, bachelor, Foreman, the son of Nathan Baldry deceased, married 6th January 1896 to, Ellen BRETT, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of William Brett, Leading Man of Riggers, HM Dockyard

Sybil Maude BALDWIN, buried 9th December 1867

William Jeremiah BALDWIN, aged 30 years, widower, born in London, Police Constable, HM Dockyard, the son of John Thomas and Mary Ann Baldwin, married 26th October 1869 to, Dorothea VOGEL, aged 40 years, spinster, born in Bavaria, the daughter of Anton and Louisa Vogel

Charlotte BALFOUR, aged 26 years, buried 2nd April 1846

Sir Alexander John BALL. Born 22nd July 1756. Married Mary Smith WILSON, on 7th July 1785. Died 25th October 1809. Had been Civil Commissioner in Malta. State funeral 31st October 1809. Monument in Lower Barracca Gardens, Valletta. Had one son William Keith Ball, born 27th October 1791

Reverend John BALLIE, Minister of the Free Church of Scotland, 1847

Francis BALNEAVIS, appointed Clerk No.4. in the Ports Department, 13th October 1857

John BALSTON, aged 33 years, seaman, from Scotland, buried 20th February 1845

Mary BALZAN, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Calcidonia and Lucia Balzan, married 17th January 1867 to, Lewis KELLY, 21+, bachelor, Corporal, 2nd Battery, Royal Artillery, born Greenwich, Kent, the son of Lewis and Mary Kelly

Joseph BAMPTON, Sailmaker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Helen L. BAN, born in Malta about 1824. Living in Plumstead, Kent, in 1851

James BANFIELD, aged 40 years, died 10th October 1838

C. BANNISTER, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1883

Charles John BANNISTER, 21+, bachelor, born Deera, India, the son of Charles and Harriet Bannister, Commissariat Department, married 1st February 1877, to Flora MACKENZIE, minor, with her Guardians consent, born Malta, the daughter of Hector and Emily Mackenzie

Mrs. Barbara BARBAR, the widow of L.J. Barbar, died in Naples 15th June 1862

Carmela BARBAR, minor, the daughter of Louis Barbar, born Malta, married 3rd January 1844 to Thomas CORNER, 21+, bachelor, born in Fitzhead, Somerset

Edward BARBAR, born 4th March 1839. Joined the Police Department as Clerk No.3. in May 1857. Promoted to Clerk No.2. in 1860, and Clerk No.1. in 1868 in which position he remained until 1882. Electoral list 1864

Edward BARBAR, Chief Clerk, Police Department, died August 1890. Whilst bathing in St.Julians Bay, he was struck on the head by the keel of a boat. To an enquirer he said ‘It’s nothing’ but he died shortly after

George BARBAR, Clerk, Auditor General’s Office, in 1856, and Clerk, Chief Secretary to the Government Office, 1865

Lewis (Luigi) BARBAR, born Messina 1783. Declaration 13th March 1833, that he is a naturalized Maltese subject of Her Britannic Majesty

Lewis BARBAR, Wine Merchant, 26 Strada San Giovanni, Valletta, in 1847

Lewis BARBAR, died 2nd January 1848, aged 75 years, at his residence in Strada Britannica. Merchant, a long time resident in Malta, left a widow and numerous family. Buried 3rd January in the Carmelite Church

Mary BARBAR, fourth surviving daughter of the late Louis Barbar, to Filippo FARRUGIA, Chief Clerk of General Post Office, married at the Church of Vittoria Valletta, on 2nd September 1862

Rosaria BARBAR, the wife of George Barbar, 1st Clerk Chief Secretary to the Government Office, died 1st August 1865 in Sliema, aged 44 years

William Henry Louis BARBAR, born 29th April 1848, the son of Barbara Alexandrina Anable and Louis John Barbar

Annie BARBARA, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Grazio and Marie Barbara, married 5th February 1874, to Robert GREENAWAY, 21+, widower, of Bromley, Kent, the son of Thomas and Sophia Greenaway, Police Officer

George BARBARA, born 16th February 1867 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph BARBARA, born 26th March 1861 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Marquis BARBARO of St.George, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1859. The Marchese Barbaro di San Giorgio was removed from his post as Inspector of Primary Schools by Governor O’Farrell in 1850. A schoolmistress, Miss Azzopardi claimed he was the father of her child and took him to court to obtain maintenance for the child but she lost and the court refused to declare him the father. During the proceedings the Marchese bi Barbaro called witnesses to prove that Miss Azzopardi had several lovers. Whilst this evidence may have cleared him of being the father of her child, for Governor O’Farrell it showed that the Marchese di Barbaro neglected his duty as Inspector of Primary Schools by not removing the unmarried Miss Azzopardi when clearly ‘with child’ but had allowed her to continue to teach ‘to the great scandal of the public’. In 1854 the Marchese Barbaro di San Giorgio sought compensation for loss of office, but the Governor refused it.

On 6th March 1862, in the Civil Court, Marquis BARBARO di San Giorgio, stood accused of stealing articles from the Union Club. He was found Guilty of stealing several pairs of opera glasses, a gold pin, gold buttons, coral buttons, glassware, and other items. He was sentenced to 5 years Hard Labour, but appealed for a re-trial

Ann BARBER, born about 1814 in Malta. Married. Living in Cheadle, Cheshire, in 1851

E.R. BARBER, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1890

Frances BARBER, died 2nd September 1891

Helen BARBER, born 30th September 1844, the daughter of Helen and Jabez Barber

Helen BARBER, born 30th September 1844 in Malta, the daughter of Helen and Jabez Barber. In 1851 living in Portsea, Hampshire

John BARBER, born about 1836 in Malta. Living in Fulham, London, in 1851

John BARBER, 21+, bachelor, born in Newington, Surrey, Police Force HM Dockyard, the son of Thomas and Ann Barber, married 31st January 1863 to, Ann SYMONDS, 21+, spinster, born in London, the daughter of William and Joan Symonds

Josephine BARBER, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of John Barber, married 23rd June 1890, to Arthur YOUNG, aged 28 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Charles Young

R. BARBER, M.A., on the staff of Flores College, Valletta, 1899

Richard BARBER, aged 33 years, widower, Tutor, the son of Richard Barber, married 16th December 1896 to, Mary Ann BARBER, aged 33 years, widow, the daughter of William SILLY deceased

Thomas Hunt BARBER, widower, from Camberwell, Surrey, married 19th July 1834, to Sarah Ann GINGELL, minor, spinster, the daughter of Edward Gingell, with her parents consent

Mrs. Sarah Ann BARBER, died 16th January 1836, aged 20 years 7 months, after a painful illness

Thomas Edward BARBER, born 15th July 1835, the son of Sarah Ann and Thomas Hunt Barber

Thomas Edward BARBER, aged 13 months 14 days, the son of Thomas Hunt Barber, died Monday 29th August 1836, in Sliema

Saverio BARBERA, born 10th September 1839, the son of Antonia Zeraffa and Paolo Barbera

Francis BARCLAY, born about 1841 in Malta. Living in Chelsea, London, in 1851George BARCLAY born in Malta about 1842. In 1881, living with his wife Eliabeth and children in Woolwich, Kent

James BARCLAY, born in Malta about 1847. In 1881 in Plumstead, Kent, living with his wife Emily and son

Carmela BARDON, married 16th May 1833, to Michele PACE LLD, at St. George’s Church, Gozo. She was the daughter of Dr. Luigi Bardon, a Gozo Magistrate

Marco Antonio BARDON, LLD, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Maria Antonia BARDON, married 16th May 1833, to Giuseppe CUTAJAR, Physician, at St. George’s Church, Gozo. She was the daughter of Dr. Luigi Bardon, a Gozo Magistrate

Dr.Salvatore BARDON, resident Sliema, electoral list 1849

Edward BARFIELD, his wife gave birth to a daughter at Kadikeni, 27th September 1866

George BARFOOT, 21+, bachelor, born in St.Margaret’s, Westminster, but resident in Rome, the son of Henry and Anne Barfoot, married 28th September 1854 to, Marie Emilie CUMBERWORTH, spinster, minor, born in Paris, France, the daughter of Alfred and Amelie Cumberworth, residents in Malta

Emma BARHAM, born about 1830 in Malta. Living in Chatham, Kent, in 1851

David BARJAHARAR, aged 23 years, buried 9th July 1860

Antonia Giuseppa Camilla BARKER, died 25th February 1845, the wife of W.W. Barker, British Consul at Messina

Francis Giuseppe BARKER, born 24th July 1888, the son of Edward Reynolds and Jane Barker, Superintending Clerk, A.P.D.

Henry BARKER, his wife gave birth to a daughter 1st December 1868, at Alexandria

Mary BARKER, born about 1802 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Birmingham

Gertrude Ellen Eleanor BARLOW, born 17th February 1874, the daughter of Henry George and Elizabeth Barlow

Hilda Margaret Englefield BARLOW, born 16th December 1872, the daughter of Elizabeth and Henry George Barlow

John BARLOW, 21+, bachelor, from Manchester, and of Messina, Sicily, married 3rd September 1827, to Selina HERVEY, 21+, spinster, the third daughter of Sarah and the Reverend Humphrey Archer Hervey, of Bridekirk, Cumberland

Richard Wellesley BARLOW, aged 35 years, buried 15th April 1839

Selina BARLOW, died 13th February 1878, aged 78 years, the widow of John Barlow

Charles H. BARMAN, born in Malta about 1860. Working as a Schoolteacher in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, in 1881

Joseph BARMBY, aged 18 years, buried 8th May 1833

Robert BARNARD, from Kent, Sailmaker, married 6th January 1820 to, Sarah YOUNG, from Dorset

Alexander BARNES, aged 4 months, buried 5th December 1850

Albert BARNES, born in Malta about 1864. Living with his widowed mother Antonia in Salford, Lancashire, in 1881

Charles William BARNES, born 11th February 1872, the son of Alfred and Emilia Barnes, Schoolmaster

George BARNES, born 9th December 1848, the son of Mary Ann and Thomas Barnes

Janet BARNES, died 26th April 1846, aged 5 years 5 months, the daughter and only child of the Reverend William Maule Barnes

John BARNES, Sailmaker, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

John BARNES, 21+, bachelor, born Brockenhurst, Hampshire, Servant, the son of Jane and James Barnes, married 3rd June 1852 to, Letitia ALLEN, 21+, spinster, born Bushey, Hertfordshire, the daughter of William and Mary Allen

Louisa BARNES, aged 30 years, widow, the daughter of John ARENA, married 30th June 1882, to William WILLIAMS, aged 37 years, widower, 3rd Battalion, Kings Royal Rifles, the son of John Williams

Mary Ann BARNES, aged 3 years 6 months, buried 3rd September 1850

Thomas BARNES, resident Malta, electoral list 1852

Reverend William Maule BARNES MA, buried in the Protestant cemetery Naples, died 3rd June 1848, aged 38 years

William S. Stephen BARNES, born in Malta about 1847. Living with his widowed mother Mary Ann in Stoke Dameral, Devon in 1881

William Stephen BARNES, born 12th March 1843, the son of Mary Ann and Thomas Barnes

James BARNET, died 12th November 1838, arrived on the frigate Barham, from Basika Bay. Died in the Lazaretto, from dysentery

George BARNETT, aged 8 years, buried 20th February 1851

Josephine Blanche Ethel BARNETT, aged 10 months, buried 24th July 1861

John BARON, died at Marsala, of Manchester, aged 69 years, American Vice Consul, the oldest English resident in Sicily

Frances BARR, born about 1842 in Malta. In 1851 living in Portsea, Hampshire

James BARRATT, aged 52 years, from India, buried 27th February 1870

Allen L. BARRETT, a chemist, took over the firm of Collis & Williams, in 1897 and later the business of W.Kingston

Henry BARRETT, aged 25 years, seaman, buried 15th April 1865

Joseph BARRETT, aged 55 years, Captain, Merchant Navy, buried 31st February 1869

William BARRETT, born 6th April 1842, baptised 18th April 1859, the son of Sarah and William Barrett

Edith Melita BARRITT, born 16th August 1879, the daughter of Emily and Samuel Barritt

William BARROW, aged 73 years, seaman, buried 17th April 1864

F.H. BARRY, of London and Calcutta, died 6th July 1864 at the Imperial Hotel, aged 31 years

Dr.James BARRY, Staff Surgeon 1st Class, Military Medical Department in 1847. On electoral list 1849

Charles J. BARNSLEY, born in Malta about 1874. In 1881 living in Chorlton County Barracks, Hulme, Lancashire, with mother Emily J. and brothers and sisters

William BARRETT, born in Malta about 1862. Living in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, with his widowed mother Anne in 1881

Maggie BARRY, born in Malta. In 1881 living in North Camp, Farnborough, Hampshire with Bridget Hennessey and her children, who had adopted him

Charles Eugene BARTHOLOMEW, 21+, bachelor, of Edinburgh, the son of Eugene George and Lucy Bartholomew, married 22nd September 1873, to Edith Annie RYE, 21+, spinster, of Banbury, Oxfordshire, the daughter of Arthur and Johanna Rye

John BARTLETT, died 22nd September 1832, arrived on the brig Vestal, from Smyrna. Died in the Lazaretto

Catherine BARTOLO, born 11th May 1815 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Silvestro BARTOLO. In March 1889, Salvatore Attard, aged 21 years, and Silvestro Bartolo, aged 25 years were two Maltese boatmen engaged by three soldiers, Private Charles Andrews, Berkshire Regiment, Private James Casey of the Medical Staff Corps, and William Sutton a Trumpeter, Royal Artillery, to take them from Valletta to Ricasoli, when a dispute broke out over payment. Though the soldiers offered more than the correct fare the boatmen demanded more, which was refused. They threw Andrews and Casey overboard. Casey managed to swim ashore, but Andrews held onto the side of the boat. He was then hit over the head with a piece of wood, and had his fingers smashed so that he left go, and sunk beneath the water. Attard and Bartolo stood trial for murder. Attard was found Guilty and sentenced to Penal Servitude for Life, whilst Bartolo was Acquitted

Agnes Mary BARTON, aged 23 years, spinster, married 5th August 1891, to Frederick Mott ROGERS, aged 29 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery

George Charles BARTON, aged 24 years, seaman, buried 30th August 1855

William BARTON, from Hampshire, married 24th January 1852 to, Ann BONGER, from Newry

Jacob BARUCH, baptised 22nd March 1856, aged 34 years, Hebrew, the son of Isaac and Esther Baruch, of Corfu

James John BARWICK, born in Malta about 1851. Working as a Railway Porter in 1881 and living in Islington, London, with his wife Harriett and their children

Jane BASE, born about 1835 in Malta. Living in Norwich in 1851

William BASS, aged 27 years, bachelor, Smith, married 17th August 1887 to Jane TOMLIN, aged 27 years, spinster

D.M. BATES, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1893

Emily Maude BATES, born 19th May 1879, the daughter of Emily Jane and John Joseph Oran Bates

John BATES, living 75 Strada Ridolfo, Sliema, 1895 Voters list

M. BATES, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1897

R. BATES, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1883

R.C. BATES, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1895

Isabella BATHURST, the daughter of Julia and the Hon. Seymour Bathurst, Treasurer to the Government of Malta, baptised 26th August 1830

Isabella BATHURST, buried 25th August 1830, aged 3 weeks, the daughter of the Hon. Seymour Bathurst

Isabella Frederica Melita BATHURST, aged 5 weeks, the daughter of Colonel the Hon. Seymour Bathurst, buried 11th October 1831

Thomas BATT, born in Malta about 1869, the son of Thurza and Thomas Batt. Living with his parents and family in Plumstead, Kent in 1881

Caroline BATTERSHALL, born about 1828 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Plymouth, Devon

Richard BATTY, Labourer, working in HM Dockyard April 1803

Matilda BAWDEN, born about 1830 in Malta. In 1851 living in Portsea, Hampshire

Gertrude Melita BAXTER, born 7th December 1844, the daughter of Harriet and Dr. Alexander Baxter

Reverend L.P. BAYARD, died 2nd September 1840, aged 50 years. Arrived on HM Steamer Alecto, from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto, from fever. Connected with the diocese of New York, America

Jean BAYLE, 21+, widower, born in Perpignan, France, Merchant, the son of Jean and Christine Bayle, married 17th July 1854 to, Adelaide CLAUSON, 21+, spinster, born in London, the daughter of Elizabeth and Hieronimo Johan Clauson, of Christiana, Norway

Alfred BAYLEY, aged 34 years, widower, Engineer, the son of Henry Bayley, married 27th April 1882, to Giuseppa TONNA, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Salvatore Tonna

William BAYLEY, aged 45 years, seaman, buried 18th August 1868

Emma BAYLISS, born in Malta about 1844. In 1851 living with her uncle and aunt John and Mary Gillard, in Woolwich, Kent

Mary A. BAYLISS, born in Malta about 1840. In 1851 living with his uncle and aunt John and Mary Gillard, in Woolwich, Kent

Catherine Dessilla BAYNES, died 1888, the widow of Sir Edward Stuart Baynes, KCMG, aged 88 years

Edward Stuart BAYNES, later Sir, Freemason, member of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1815

Frances Edith BAYNES, aged 16 months 10 days, buried 10th June 1850

Julia BAYNES, died Tuesday 23rd September 1834, aged 13 months, the infant daughter of Edward Daves Baynes, at the residence of John Hookham Frere

D.Stuart BAYNES, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Robert BAYNES, born in Malta about 1850. In 1881 living in Skipton, Yorkshire

Charles BEACHER, buried 30th August 1853, aged 20 years

Henry Charles BEAL, born in Malta about 1853. In 1881 living with his wife Caroline and children in Coventry, Warwickshire

John BEAM, aged 54 years, buried 23rd August 1838

Edward BEARD, Sawyer, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

William Fortescue BEARCROFT, aged 31 years, bachelor, the son of James Bearcroft, married 26th October 1890 to Frances Katherine TILL, 21+, spinster, the daughter of John Till

Alice Eliza BEATON, died 11th July 1877, aged 22 months, the daughter of Charles Beaton

Charles Peter William BEATON, born 20th December 1841, the son of Eliza and James Beaton

Charles W.P. BEATON, born in Malta about 1842. Living in 1881 with his wife Harriett and children in Portsea, Hampshire

Eliza BEATON, aged 46 years, buried 15th April 1849

Frances Maria BEATON, born 20th June 1839, the daughter of Eliza and James Beaton

George BEATON, born 13th June 1831, the son of James and Eliza Beaton

George H. BEATON, full age, bachelor, Chief Engineer HM Dockyard, born Malta, the son of James and Eliza Beaton, married 10th September 1877, to Eliza Georgiana Bellwood GARFIT, full age, spinster, of England, the daughter of Frederick Garfit

George Hiram BEATON, became Chief Engineer in the Dockyard before taking up a similar post in Devonport on his return to the UK in 1879

Horissa Melita BEATON, bord 23rd July 1843, the daughter of James and Isabella Beaton

Isabella Melita BEATON, died 16th January 1851, the daughter of James and Isabella Beaton, aged 10 months

James BEATON, widower, HM Dockyard, married 15th September 1849 to, Elizabeth MORGAN, the widow of John Morgan, resident in Malta

James BEATON, living Senglea, electoral list 1852

James BEATON, Commissioners Coxswain, HM Dockyard, from December 1829 to May 1832

James BEATON, with his wife Eliza came out to Malta before 1831, and he took a post in HM Dockyard. They had four sons, James Dixon Beaton, George Hiram Beaton, Willoughby Drummond Joseph Hutton Beaton and Charles William Peter Beaton

James BEATON, Freemason, one of the petitioners for the establishment of The Union of Malta Lodge in 1831. Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1834, 1838

James Dixon BEATON, buried 3rd February 1853

Jessie H. BEATON, died 31st July 1875, aged 3 months, the daughter of Charles Beaton

Louisa Ellen BEATON, born 24th October 1879, the daughter of Charles William and Harriett Beaton

Melita Kate BEATON, died 4th November 1878, aged 10 months, the daughter of Charles Beaton

Sarah Ince Curtis BEATON, born 17th February 1837, the daughter of Eliza and James Beaton

Thomas Gilbert BEATON, born 9th November 1832, the son of James and Eliza Beaton

Thomas Gilbert BEATON, aged 10 months the son of James and Elizabeth Beaton, buried 22nd September 1833

Willoughby Drummond Joseph Hutton BEATON, born 8th December 1834, the son of Eliza and James Beaton

Willoughby John BEATON, born in Malta about 1852. In 1881 working in H.M.Dockyard, and living in Kingston, Hampshire with his wife Annie Frances and their children

George BEAUMONT, buried 10th February 1829, aged 64 years, in the service of the Rt.Hon. John Hookham Frere

Amelia BECK, born in Malta about 1849. In 1881 living in Geenwich, London, with her widowed mother Mary Ann and brother Henry

Ann Catherine BECK, born 13th August 1838, the daughter of Susannah and Thomas Hill Beck

Ann Catherine BECK, born 13th August 1838, the daughter of Susannah and Thomas Hill Beck. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

Catherine Jane Reeves BECK, born 23rd February 1840, the daughter of Susan and Thomas Beck

Charles BECK, Foreman, Royal Engineer Department in 1856. Living at 4 Strada Desain, Vittoriosa, on electoral list 1852

Charles BECK, born in Malta about 1846. Living with his 73 years old widowed mother Susannah in 1881, in Plumstead, Kent

Charles BECK, Clerk of Works, Royal Engineers Department, aged 49 years, died 29th July 1865 in Valletta. He left a widow and four children

Charles John Friend BECK, born 13th June 1844, the son of Susannah and Thomas Hill Beck

Dr.Edward BECK, died 31st January 1893, at Pieta, aged 23 years

Francis BECK, living 39 Strada Toro, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

George T. BECK, Head Guardian of Aqueducts, in 1856. Living 34 Strada Mercato, Floriana, on electoral list 1852

Henry BECK, living 34 Strada Mercato, Floriana, electoral list 1852

Henry BECK, born in Malta about 1852. In 1881 living in Geenwich, London, with his widowed mother Mary Ann and sister

Hill BECK, died 9th September 1850, for many years Master Artificer, Royal Engineers. He left a large family

John BECK, Clerk to the Town Major, in 1849. On electoral list 1852, 1856 and 1864

Maria BECK, nee ZAMMIT, the wife of Robert Nicholas Beck, died 31st July 1886

Robert Nicholas BECK, died 26th December 1894, at the Seaman's Hospital, Floriana, aged 73 years. Had been a Sergeant, Drum-Major, in the 88th Regiment, during the Crimean War. He left the Army in 1860, and returned to Malta. In later years was the Clerk for St.Paul's Anglican Cathedral. He married Maria ZAMMIT, in 1844. In 1852 their first son, Robert George was born on the Isle of Wight. A daughter Mary was born at Aldershot and a second son James at Castlebar, Ireland in 1859. Their first son died 5th September 1867, aged 15 years, whilst they lived in the Verger’s quarters at St.Pauls Anglican Cathedral, and the boy was buried at the Church of Porto Salvo

Robert Nicholas BECK, Freemason, Tyler of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1889. Tyler of the District Grand Lodge of Malta

Thomas H. BECK, born in Malta about 1845. In 1881 living with his wife Sarah at Kingston on Thames, Surrey

Thomas Hill Raynes BECK, born 9th March 1843, the son of Susannah and Thomas Hill Beck. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

William BECK, Smith, aged 33 years, arrived from England, September 1828 to work at HM Dockyard

Caroline BEDFORD, born about 1820. Married. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

John BEE, Labourer, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

John BEECH, born about 1806 in Malta. In 1851 living in Bolton, Lancashire

Michael BEECHAM, born in Malta about 1803. Living in Wigan, Lancashire, in 1851

F.W. BEECHEY, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1874

Amy Elizabeth BEECHCROFT, born 27th May 1864, the daughter of Mary and Zoffany Douglas Beechcroft

Edward BELBRIAN, aged 55 years, seaman, buried 24th September 1860

Gaspara BELFIORE, aged 55 years, the wife of Paolo Gaetano Belfiore, buried 3rd November 1847

Paolo BELFIORE. A sworn statement made by Angelo MORO, a native of Genoa, said that he was a friend of Paolo Belfiore, who had been a monk in Holy Orders but had run away from Sicily in consequence of his having murdered a brother monk. On Malta he resided with two sisters in Misida, Laura and Gaspara MINAURA. They attended the protestant church and were of independent means

Paolo Gaetano BELFIORE, bachelor, of Ferla, Sicily, married 16th January 1841 to Gaspara MINAURA, of Syracuse, Sicily

Mrs BELL. Died 5th October 1840, on the English Brig Witherell, from Alexandria. Foetus aborted by Mrs.Bell, a passenger

Andrew BELL, 21+, bachelor, of Largs, Scotland, Civil Engineer, married 20th March 1862, to Euphemia Patterson GARDNER, 21+, spinster, of Dundee, the only surviving daughter of the late Peter Gardner

Arthur David BELL, born 15th February 1841, the son of Hester Louisa and Thomas Bell, of Alexandria, Egypt

Emily Jane BELL, born 14th February 1840, the daughter of Hester Louisa and Thomas Bell, of Alexandria

George BELL, aged 22 years, buried 11th May 1840

Hester Louisa BELL, died on 22nd December 1847, aged 39 years, of apoplexy in Alexandria, Egypt. She was the wife of Thomas Bell, merchant, and the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David of Gozo. She left seven young children

James BELL, buried 15th March 1823, aged 28 years, Merchant

James BELL, buried 26th January 1827, aged 45 years

James BELL & Company, Merchants, at 117 Strada San Domenico, Valletta, in 1847

John BELL, 21+, widower, from Bristol, Captain of the Merchant Brig The Sisters, married 13th August 1825, to Charlotte WILLIAMS, 21+, spinster, from Bristol

J.A. BELL, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1897

James Leonard BELL, his wife gave birth to a son 18th January 1869, at Alexandria

James Leonard BELL, his wife gave birth to a son 14th April 1870, at Alexandria

Joseph BELL, seaman, buried 10th September 1855, aged 35 years

Louisa Elizabeth BELL, born 12th October 1838, the daughter of Hester Louisa and Thomas Bell

Moberly Charles BELL, born 9th May 1837, the son of Hester Louisa and Thomas Bell, Merchant at Alexandria, Egypt

Sophia BELL, buried 12th May 1829, aged 1 year seven months, the daughter of James and Charlotte Bell

Thomas BELL, of St.Marylebone, London, and Alexandria, Egypt, married 5th January 1836, to Hester Louise DODD, the widow of the Reverend Charles William Dodd, and the daughter of John DAVID, of Malta

Thomas BELLAM, aged about 65 years, buried 31st July 1837

Dr. BELLANTI, went to Scutari Hospital in 1854 during the Crimean War

Michele BELLANTI, Teacher of Drawing at Malta University and the Lyceum, 1865

William BELLRUST, born in Malta about 1818. Living in Saffron Walden, Essex, in 1851

William BELTON, born in Malta about 1867. Working as a Servant in the household of the Reverend Charles John Coar, Chaplain to the Forces, in Colchester, Essex, in 1881

Victoria BENASSI, born 3rd July 1847, the daughter of Giuseppe and Marietta Anna Benassi, nee MANGAFFA, of Trieste

Reverend Edward BENBOW, aged 43 years, the youngest son of John Benbow of London, Rector of Aldenham, Hertfordshire, buried 29th March 1850

Lazzaro BENDHAM, Broker, at 9 Strada San Ursola, Valletta, in 1847. Present at the first Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce held on 1st January 1849

Charles George BENHAM, born 29th March 1845, the son of Mary and David Benham

Amabile BENNETT, Servant in the House of Incurables, 1865

Benjamin BENNETT, born in Malta about 1861. Working as a Clerk in the Civil Service, and living in Brighton, Sussex in 1881

Henry Barbara BENNETT, living 21 Strada Zecca, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Henry Barbara BENNETT, 21+, bachelor, born in London, Merchant, the son of Benjamin and Mary Ann Bennett, married 30th September 1869 to, Mary Augusta IRVIN, 21+, the widow of Henry William Irvin, born in England, the daughter of Edward ond Susannah STONE

Margaret BENNETT, born about 1814 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Aldgate, London

Melita BENNETT, born about 1847 in Malta. Living in Cornwall in 1851

Paul Roberts BENNETT, 21+, bachelor, born Tollard Royal, Wiltshire, the seventh son of Mr.Bennett, Norrington Farm, Wiltshire, married 17th February 1844 to Vincenza HYZLER, the widow of G. Hyzler, and daughter of Emmanuele and Giuseppa FARRUGIA

Robert BENNETT, born in Malta about 1864, the son of Margaret and Joseph Bennett. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Birmingham

Samuel Robert BENNETT, born 3rd August 1843, the son of Anna Maria Hay and Samuel Morn Bennett

Sarah BENNETT, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Bennett, married 22nd February 1886 to Samuel HANNA, aged 22 years, bachelor, Private, 32nd Regiment, the son of Alexander Hanna

Vincenzo BENNETT, born 1st April 1860. Employed for a short period at the St.Elmo Lighthouse, Valletta, as 2nd Class Assistant Keeper, in 1882, but the same year moved with the same rank to the Gozo Lighthouse

Captain William BENNETT, aged 39 years, died 25th July 1848, arrived from Constantinople on English Schooner Pashaw, Died in the Lazaretto from typhoid fever

William Douglas BENNETT, 21+, bachelor, born in Dublin, employee of Ordnance Department, the son of Samuel and Harriet Bennett, married 10th July 1855 to, Mary Elizabeth HOLLINGSWORTH, 21+, spinster, born in Barbados, West Indies, the daughter of Thomas and Charlotte Hollingsworth, of Barbados

BENTLEY’S. Bentley’s Hotel, 278 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847

Anne BENTLEY, aged 50 years, buried 16th October 1842

George BENTLEY, buried 10th July 1837

George BENTLEY, living 278 Strada Reale, Valletta, electoral list 1852

John BENTLEY, died 21st November 1845, the eldest son of the late John Bentley, at the home of his sister Mrs. McClelland

Martin J.A. BENTLEY, born in Malta about 1861, the son of Emma Jane and Martin Bentley. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Plumstead, Kent

George H. BENTON, born in Malta about 1832. Living with his wife Eliza in Stoke Damerel Devon, in 1881, when Chief Engineer in the Dockyard

Henry Goodwin BENWELL, died 15th February 1874, aged 41 years, of London

Dr. Leopoldo BERNARD, Men’s Hospital Staff, 1802

Dr. Salvatore BERNARD, living at 76 Strada Teatro, Valletta, electoral list 1852

William D. BERNARD, aged 59 years, buried 31st January 1866

Edith Emberline BERRIDGE, aged 22 years, spinster, Dressmaker, married 4th November 1887, to William Robertson HOGG, aged 24 years, bachelor, Canteen Steward

Henry J. BERRY, born in Malta about 1867. Employed as a Farm Worker in Devon in 1881

Anne BERTLIN, aged 33 years, buried 12th September 1844

Anthony BERTLIN, 21+, bachelor, resident in Valletta, married 29th February 1840, to Anne FIDDES, the widow of Surgeon Fiddes, 85th Regiment, and daughter of James GALLAND

George Charles Galland BERTLIN, born 8th September 1842, the son of Anne and Anthony Bertlin

Maria Marina BERTLIN, born 4th April 1841, the daughter of Anne and Anthony Gerlin

Mary Marina BERTLIN, aged 8 months, buried 3rd December 1841

William BERTLIN, aged 1 day, buried 18th August 1844

William BERWICK, buried 9th December 1819, Seaman

Edgar BESANT, aged 37 years, bachelor, Civil Servant, the son of William Besant, Gentleman, married 29th March 1880, to Margaret Fleming EVANS, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Bickerton Evans, Gentleman

Giacomo BESCINSKY, died 16th December 1871

Charles BESSETT, born about 1844 in Malta. Living in Liverpool in 1851

Federico BESSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Neufchatel, Switzerland, married 7th February 1848 to, Maria VELLA, 21+, spinster, born in Malta

Thomas BEST, seaman of the brig Judge Thomson from Guernsey, aged 58 years, buried 9th April 1842

Alexander Mackenzie BETHUNE, 21+, bachelor, born in Dingwall, Scotland, employee with P.&.O. Shipping Co., the son of the Reverend Hector Bethune and Jane Mackenzie Bethune, married 19th January 1857 to, Louisa Frances PIESSE, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Francis Alexander and Martha Burke Piesse

Alexander M. BETHUNE, his wife gave birth to a son at Alexandria 18th February 1859

Carlo BETTS, resident Malta, electoral list 1853

Charles BETTS, Freemason, one of the petitioners in 1815 for the establishment of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul

Charles BETTS, living 19 Fuori la Mina, Valletta, 1895 electoral list

John BEVAN, died 8th May 1840, aged 27 years, Commanding the schooner Julia

BEVERIDGE. Beveridge Lodging House at 9 Strada San Ursola, Valletta, in 1847

Adam BEVERIDGE, married 16th August 1826 to, Jane McGUIGGAN

James BEVERIDGE, arrived to take charge in November 1849, as Chief Warder of the Military Prison at Lower St. Elmo

James BEVERIDGE, Chief Warder in charge of St. Elmo Prison, aged 48 years, buried 23rd September 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mary BEVERLEY, buried 27th February 1828, aged 51 years

John BEVIL, died by drowning 16th June 1834, arrived on the Frigate Tyne, from Gibraltar. Buried 19th June

Charlotte BEVIS, buried 3rd March 1821, aged 72 years

George Matthurin de Jong BEYTE, 21+, widower, born in Bombay, Master Mariner, the son of Henry and Clementine Beyte, married 10th August 1865 to, Alice CROWE, 21+, widow, born in London, the daughter of George and Ann Palliser Crowe

Joachim BEZZINA, born 27th April 1825 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Marietta Concetta BEZZINA, born 15th September 1880 in Kalkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Philip BEZZINA, born in Gharghur 1831, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore BEZZINA, born 13th September 1838 in Vittoriosa, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Spiridione Melchore Thomas BEZZINA, born 18th December 1862 in Vittoriosa, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Ann BIBBY, born about 1827 in Malta. The wife of James Bibby, living with her husband in 1851 in Bolton, Lancashire

T. BICHLE, HM Dockyard Police, October 1857

Mary Anne BICKERTON, married January 1843, to Cecil Augustus BISSHOPP

Thomas BIDGOOD, married 10th February 1816 to, Susannah WALLCROFT, from Ireland

George BIGG, aged 39 years, seaman, buried 3rd January 1862

Charles BILLINGHURST, aged 47 years, seaman, buried 17th June 1864

Thomas W. BILLINGTON, born in Malta about 1860. In 1881 living in Northampton

Alexander H. BINGHAM, born in Malta about 1868. A scholar in 1881 attending school at 44 Mare Street, Hackney, London

Alexander Hope BINGHAM, born 1st January 1868, the son of Eveline Celia and Edmund Heathcote Bingham

Edmund BINGHAM, 21+, bachelor, born in Corfu, the son of Edmund and Emma Bingham, married 29th April 1863 to, Eveline Celia HOPE, 21+, spinster, born in Corfu, the daughter of Alice and the late Robert Valentine Hope

Edmund Peter John Robert Heathcote BINGHAM, born 9th July 1865, the son of Eveline Celia and Edmund Heathcote Bingham

Eleanor BINGHAM, aged 47 years, buried 21st September 1835

Frederick BINGHAM, born 4th October 1827, the son of William and Eleanor Bingham

Louisa BINGHAM, born about 1823 in Malta. In 1851 living in Westminster, London

Peter BINGHAM, died 10th June 1864, aged 38 years. Merchant, of Corfu

Sarah BINGHAM, died 26th October 1856, aged 32 years, of Valletta, the wife of Peter Bingham

William BINGHAM, 21+, widower, from Nottinghamshire, resident in Malta, married 12th December 1824, to Eleanor STOCKER, 21+, the widow of Richard Stocker, formerly Eleanor TEMPLE, of Marylebone, London

William BINGHAM, I n 1833, Clerk of Stores, Director of Works Department

Mrs. M.A. BINGLEY, died 24th November 1844

Charles BIRCH, born in Malta about 1811. Living with his wife Betsey and son Samuel in 1881

Edward BIRD, born in Malta about 1820. In 1881 a Pauper living in the Stratford on Avon Union Workhouse

Richard J. BIRD, born in Malta about 1813. A widower in 1881 living in Preston, LancashireCecily BIRSHALL, died 7th January 1843, servant to Mr.Watson’s family for many years

Josephine BISCONTI, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Bisconti, married 27th April 1891 to Albert URRY, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Berkshire Regiment, the son of Barnabus Urry

Emilia BISHOP, aged 19 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of William Bishop, married 28th July 1879, to Alfred DEANE, aged 25 years, bachelor, of London, the son of Thomas Deane, Bandsman, 98th Regiment

BISMOT & Company, Merchants, at 69 Strada San Lucia, Valletta, in 1847. Present at the first Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce held on 1st January 1849

Raffaele BISMOT, member of the Chamber of Commerce 1856 to 1859

Thirza Melita BISSAKER, born 24th October 1865, the daughter of Thirza and George Reuben Bissaker

Richard BISSETT, born in Malta about 1820. In 1881 a widower living in Southampton, Hampshire

Sir Cecil Augustus BISSHOPP, was the 9th baronet, the son of the Dean of Lismore, and succeeded to the baronetcy on the death of his father in 1824. In January 1843, he married Mary Ann, the eldest daughter of Rear-Admiral Sir James Hillyar by whom he had a son and heir since deceased. Sir Cecil was ordained in Malta by the Bishop of Gibraltar in 1844. His wife was pregnant when he died in January 1849, aged 27 years, and the following month gave birth to a daughter, Mary Cecil Augusta Bisshopp

Mary Cecil Augusta BISSHOPP, born 18th February 1849, the daughter of Mary Ann Bickerton and the late Sir Cecil Augustus Bisshopp

Alexandria BLACK, born in Malta about 1872. Attending a private school in Ipswich, Suffolk, in 1881

Eliza BLACK, born about 1825 in Malta. Living in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1851

Leslie BLACK, born in Malta about 1873. Attending a private school in Ipswich, Suffolk, in 1881Edith BLACKLEY, born 14th September 1862, the daughter of Elizabeth Anne and Frederick Blackley

Edith BLACKLEY, aged 8 years, buried 30th August 1870

Elizabeth Ann BLACKLEY, died 28th February 1887, aged 65 years. Born in Falmouth, the wife of Frederick Blackley

Elizabeth Polhill BLACKLEY, born 3rd September 1853, the daughter of Elizabeth and Frederick Blackley

Frederick BLACKLEY, had a shop at 21 Strada Reale, Valletta, selling confectionary since about 1840, until his death 29th December 1887. Aged 75 years. Born in Canterbury, Kent

Frederick BLACKLEY, died 28th November 1868, aged 18 years 3 months. Born in Southampton

Helen BLACKLEY, born 1st Februry 1855, the daughter of Elizabeth Ann and Frederick Blackley

Laura Emma BLACKLEY, born 26th January 1858, the daughter of Elizabeth Ann and Frederick Blackley

Mary Ann BLACKLEY, 21+, spinster, born Isle of Wight, the daughter of Frederick and Mary Ann Blackley, married 14th March 1858, to Paolo MALLIA, 21+, bachelor, born Malta, Grocer, the son of Giovanni Battista and Maria Mallia

Richard William Cowley BLACKLEY, died 7th March 1872, aged 31 years. Born in Kent, the son of R.Blackley

William BLACKLEY, died 16th June 1883, aged 31 years. Born Southampton, a Steward on the P.&.O. line

Antonia BLACKMAN, died 10th November 1874, aged 23 years, wife of Henry Blackman

James BLACKMORE, born about 1845 in Malta. In 1851 living in St.Pancras, London

John BLACKWELL, aged 36 years, seaman, buried 29th July 1852

Alexandre BLACQUE, editor of ‘Monitor Ottoman’ in Constantinople, died 21st May 1836, in Valletta

Edward Routh BLAGRAVE, aged 32 years, Captain, Royal Madras Engineers, buried 23rd March 1863

C.I. BLAKE, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1893

Eleanor BLAKE, aged 58 years, the wife of John Blake, of Boston, U.S.A., and daughter of the Reverend H.A.Hervey, buried 6th December 1870

James BLAKE, born about 1821 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Southwark, London

William P. BLAKE, born in Malta about 1874. Living with his grandparents in Aston, Warwickshire, in 1881Dr. Edward BLAKENEY, living at 31 Strada Federico, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Robert Weare BLAKENEY, born 14th January 1852, the son of Charlotte Maria and Edward Hugh Blakeney

Robert BLAND, born in Malta about 1861. A Student living in Kensington, London, in 1881Percy Gerald BLANCH, born 8th August 1877, the son of Kate and Edwin William Blanch

Samuel BLAND, born in Malta about 1863. Living in West Ham, London, with his mother in 1881

Henry Duncan BLANCKLEY, born 7th February 1820, the son of Harriett and Edward Blanckley

Mary BLAND, born 12th June 1862, the daughter of Emma Frances and Edward Loftus Bland

James BLEAKNEY, born about 1822 in Malta. Living in Manchester in 1851

Joseph Edward BLECH, 21+, bachelor, born in Vienna, Merchant, the son of Joseph and Anna Blech of Vienna, married 2nd October 1852 to, Georgina Harriet REYNOLDS, 21+, spinster, born in Corfu, the second daughter of Julia and William Larkins Reynolds, late Collector of Customs, at Zante

Joseph William Henry BLECH, born 25th October 1853, the son of Georgina Harriet and Joseph Edward Blech

Henry BLECK, born in Malta about 1854. Living in Hammersmith, London, with his wife Sophia and their children in 1881

Elizabeth Polhill BLECKLEY, aged 11 months, buried 22nd August 1854

Charles BLENKINSOP, 21+, bachelor, born in Penryn, Cornwall, Master Mariner, the son of Robert Blenkinsop, married 30th May 1854 to, Giuseppina VELLA, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daugther of Teresa and the late Luigi Vella, Master Mariner

William BLETCH, aged 26 years, buried 29th December 1839

Peter BLIGH, born 7th April 1820, the son of James and Jane Bligh, Shipwright in the Naval Arsenal. He died and was buried 24th June 1820, aged 10 weeks

John BLOOMFIELD, seaman, buried 5th July 1852, aged 55 years

John G. BLOTT, born in Malta about 1871, the son of Elizabeth and Joseph Blott. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Eston, Yorkshire

George Bouverie BLOUNT, born in Malta about 1839. In 1881 working as an Admiralty Civil Servant, and living in Erith, Kent, with his wife Annie Christina and their children

Charles Henry BLUMHARDT, bachelor, Clerk in Holy Orders, born Stuttgart, Germany, married 27th February 1839, to Susan LEWIS, spinster, the daughter of William Lewis

George Thomas BLUNDAL, born 19th August 1830, the son of Jonathan and Elizabeth Blundal, Sawyer in the Naval Arsenal. In 1851 living in Limehouse, London

J. BLUNDAL, Artificer in the Factory, October 1857

James BLUNDEL, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1837

John BLUNDELL, living 11 Strada Toro, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Jonathan BLUNDELL, resident in Malta 1837

Jonathan BLUNDELL, Sawyer, aged 35 years, arrived from England, September 1828 to work at HM Dockyard

Jane BLYTH, aged 60 years, buried 11th July 1837

James BLYTH, Caulker, working in HM Dockyard, 1825

James BLYTHE, born in Malta, living in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1851

James BLYTH, aged 60 years, buried 20th June 1840

Thomas BOAD, born about 1817 in Malta. Living in Holborn, London, in 1851

Caroline BOATE, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Gerald Beresford Boate married 11th July 1894, to Arthur HILL, aged 40 years, widower, Sergeant-Major, Royal Marine Artillery, the son of Richard Harris Hill

Samuel BOCKING, born in Malta about 1811. A Pauper in Sudbury Unon Workhouse, Suffolk, in 1881

Frederick BOGGERS, died 17th September 1848, arrived on the Brig Alert, from Galatzy. Died in the Lazaretto, from cancer

Philip BOGG, born in Malta about 1842. A Ship’s Cook, living in Everton, Lancashire, in 1881William John BOLDING, 21+, bachelor, from Middlesex, married 11th October 1829, to Sarah FANCOURT, 21+, the widow of Joseph Fancourt

J.M. BOLLEY, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1892

Samuel BOLT, died 27th March 1852, aged 34 years. He arrived on the Steamer Medusa, from Alexandria. Buried in Lazaretto. Fell overboard

Frank E. BOLTON, born in Malta about 1879. In 1881 living with his grandmother and family in Putney, London

Frank Elliott BOLTON, born 24th October 1878, the son of Frank and Stella Henrietta Bolton

John BOLTON, born in Malta about 1853. In 1881 living with his wife Elizabeth in Mile End, London

John Richard Alfred BOLTON, born in Malta about 1856. In 1881 living with his wife Elizabeth Jane in Spitalfields, London

Calcedonio BONAVIA, the son of Matteo Bonavia, married Mary HOBSON. They had three sons, George, Joseph and Emanuel

Catherine BONAVIA, the daughter of Emanuel and Anna Bonavia, married Ferdinand Vincent INGLOTT

Emanuel BONAVIA, born 15th July 1829, the third son of Calcedonio and Mary Bonavia. On 4th August 1857 commissioned as assistant Surgeon in the Indian Medical Service. He retired from the Army on 26th April 1888, when he held the rank of Brigade Surgeon. He died in Worthing, Sussex, on 14th November 1908

George BONAVIA, the eldest son of Calcedonio and Mary Bonavia. A portrait painter

Joseph BONAVIA, the second son of Calcedonio and Mary Bonavia. An Architect.

Paul BONAVIA, born 3rd January 1844, the son of Mary and Vincent Bonavia

Sir Ignatius Gavin BONAVITA, a Judge, was invested by King William IV with the order of Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, on 28th April 1836, in London. Born 1792, a barrister in 1812, appointed a judge at the age of 35 years. Died at St.Julians in 1865

George BOND, born in Malta about 1866. Employed as a Farm Worker in Yaxley, Suffolk, with his father Robert and brothers, in 1881

Robert Henry BOND, born in Malta about 1872.  Employed as a Farm Worker in Yaxley, Suffolk, with his father Robert and brothers, in 1881

T. BOND, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1875

Thomas BOND, died 13th September 1897, at Totnes, Devon, the proprietor of the Victoria Ice Works, Pieta

William BOND, born in Malta about 1865. Employed as a Farm Worker in Yaxley, Suffolk, with his father Robert and brothers, in 1881

Carolina BONDI, baptised 12th February 1855, the daughter of Anna and Danieli Bondi, of Leghorn, Italy, Adult

Grazia BONDI, baptised 12th February 1855, the daughter of Anna and Danieli Bondi, of Leghorn, Italy. Adult

Charles F. BONE, born in Malta about 1865. Living with an uncle and aunt in Plymouth, Devon, in 1881

Elvira BONGIOVANNI, aged 19 years, spinster, daughter of Vincenzo Bongiovanni, married 4th May 1889, to William COWLEY, 23 years, bachelor, Corporal, Dorset Regiment, the son of David Cowley

Charles BONHAM, born about 1845 in Malta. Living in East Stonehouse, Devon, in 1851John BONHAM, aged 60 years, buried 23rd March 1865

Mary BONHAM, died 26th July 1863, aged 48 years, the wife of David Bonham, from Cornwall

Publius Salvatore BONELLO, born 12th May 1835 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

William Malta BONNER, born 12th August 1832, the son of Jane and William Bonner

Dr. Claudio Vincenzo BONNICI, a Judge and member of the Supreme Council of Justice, invested as a Knight Commander of the Order of St.Michael and St.George, on 27th July 1835. Died in 1839, and buried in Church of St.Francis, Valletta

Elizabeth BONNICI, spinster, minor, born in Corfu, the daughter of Giuseppe and Giuseppa Bonnici, married with consent of her guardian, 4th November 1866, to Demetrio Lambio SCALZA, 21+, bachelor, born in Oragori, Greece, Merchant, the son of Lambio Scalza. Gaetano PISANI, was her step-father and guardian

Joseph BONNICI, born 9th July 1830 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph George Gaetano Melchiore BONNICI, born 10th June 1855 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michael BONNICI, born 20th February 1867 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Paul BONNICI, born 21st January 1860 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Peter BONNICI, born 10th October 1875 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Teresa BONNICI, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Giuseppa and Domenia Bonnici, married 12th February 1871, to Edward REES, aged 21 years, bachelor, Stoker, HMS Lord Warden, of Leak, Huntingdonshire, the son of John and Mary Rees

Ugo Anthony BONNICI, born 24th November 1864 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Eliza BONOMO, born in Malta about 1825. In 1851 working as a Nursery Maid in the household of Lady Selena Henry, in East Sutton, Kent

Robert BOOTH, born in Malta about 1872, the son of Helen and Edwin Booth. Living with his parents and family in Wigan, Lancashire, in 1881

William R. BOOK, born in Malta about 1855. An Accountant at the Star and Garter Hotel, Putney, London, in 1881

William BOOLE, born 4th May 1838, baptised 23rd April 1859, the son of Sarah Ann and John Boole

William BOOTH, aged 39 years, buried 6th July 1856

Albinus BORG, graduated from Malta University as a Doctor, 1812

Annie BORG, aged 22 years, spinster, born Tripoli, the daughter of Rosario Borg, married 26th June 1879, to Walter Henry WOOTON, aged 25 years, widower, Hairdresser, of Boxmoor, Hemel Hempstead, the son of James Wooton

Anthony John Joseph BORG, born 13th November 1850 in Xewkija, Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Anthony Marie BORG, born 29th January 1850 in Tarxien, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmel BORG, born 15th May 1848 in Naxxar, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmel Peter BORG, born 8th August 1863 in Tarxien, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmel Vincent Paul John BORG, born 10th April 1853 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmela BORG, aged 28 years, widow, the daughter of Giovanni ZAMMIT deceased, married 26th July 1897, to David MORRIS, aged 24 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of David Morris deceased

Constantin BORG, born 9th July 1856 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Elvira BORG, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of Antonio Borg, Merchant, married 9th February 1875, to Andrew CRIGHTON, aged 26 years, bachelor, from Leith, Sergeant, 74th Regiment, the son of John Crighton

Captain F. BORG, died 5th January 1840, he arrived on the brig Ponsonby, from Constantinople. Died in the Lazaretto, from apoplexy

Francis Calcedonio BORG, born 28th March 1859 in Naxxar, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis Joseph BORG, born 31st March 1854 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

George BORG, born 4th September 1872 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Graziulla BORG, aged 18 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Baptist Borg, married 13th April 1865 to, Charles ROGERS, aged 28 years, bachelor, born in Halesowen, Staffordshire, the son of William Rogers, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

John BORG, born 16th April 1861 in Zebbug, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Lawrence BORG, born 2nd March 1849 in Vittoriosa, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Louis Anthony BORG, born 13th June 1838 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Louis George BORG, born 1st February 1846 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Lucas BORG, of Balzan, graduated from Malta University as a Doctor, 1809

Maria Carmela BORG, 21+, widow, born Valletta, the daughter of Vincenzo and Maria MAMO, married 1st October 1856, Robert TURNER, 21+, widower, born Kirkstall, Leeds, Yorkshire, Millwright and Engineer, the son of John and Mary Turner

Marianna BORG, aged 19 years, spinster, born Birchicara, the daughter Gaetano Borg, married 13th September 1879, to Henry KOVACHICH, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Bristol, the son of George Kovachich, Bombardier, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery

The daughter of Gaetano BORG deceased, Mariana KOVACHICH, aged 31 years, widow, married 30th September 1891, to to George Frederick HERD, aged 38 years, bachelor, CSM, Royal Artillery, the son of George Herd deceased

Mary BORG, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Paolo Borg, Servant, married 13th September 1875, to John THOMPSON, aged 26 years, bachelor, Lance-Corporal, 71st Regiment, the son of Robert Thompson

Mary Ann BORG, aged 18 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Frank and Anela Borg, married 11th July 1876, to James GRAHAM, aged 23 years, bachelor, of Linlithgow, Scotland, the son of Robert and Jessie Graham, Policeman, HM Dockyard

Mary Josepha BORG, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Antonio Borg, married 16th August 1880, to William THOMAS, aged 28 years, bachelor, Labourer, the son of John Thomas

Michelangelo Joseph Paul BORG, born 18th December 1854 in Xewkija, Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michael Louis BORG, born 18th October 1822 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michael Saviour BORG, born 22nd October 1862 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Paola Anna BORG, spinster, of St.Paul’s Parish, Valletta, married 28th October 1835, to George GRANT, bachelor, of Gosport, Hampshire, serving on HMS Caledonia

Rosaria BORG, died 22nd November 1862 in Valletta, the wife of Salvatore Borg, late of Chief Secretary’s Office

Rosaria BORG, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Samuel Borg, married 2nd September 1880, to Samuel HISCOCK, aged 38 years, bachelor, the son of John Hiscock

Salvatore BORG, born 8th January 1846 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Susannah Louisa BORG, born 1st July 1862, the daughter of Emma and William Borg

Thomas BORG, born 25th January 1851 in Mdina, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Victoria Carmela Maria Madeleine BORG, born 29th January 1860 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Victoria Marianna Theresa BORG, born 15th October 1861 in Naxxar, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Jacob BORGES DA SILVA, present at the first Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, held on 1st January 1849

Angelo BORIELLI, born in Mdina 1846, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Harry Richardson BORRADAILE, buried 17th November 1851, aged 19 years

Sir Arthur BORTON, Governor of Malta from 1878 until 1884. He was born 1814 in Norfolk, and joined the 9th (East Norfolk) Regiment in 1832. He served in Mauritius, India and in the Afghan war of 1842. Followed by further service in India and the Crimea. After the Crimean War he went to Canada and then back to India again. He became Governor of Malta in 1878 and served until June 1884. In 1850 he married Caroline Mary Georgina Forbes Close, and died in London in 1893

J. BORWORTH, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1868

Adelaide BOSSWARD, died 21st April 1890, at her residence in Paola, aged 76 years

G. BOSSWARD, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1859

Annie BOSWARD, spinster, from Galway, Ireland, married 28th March 1864 to,William HIRD, 21+, bachelor, Staff-Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Amy BOSWARD, aged 19 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Bosward, married 16th March 1868 to, John CUTTELL, aged 26 years, bachelor, born in England, Private, 8th Regiment, the son of Richard and Sarah Cuttell

Julia BOSWARD, aged 17 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Bosward, married 3rd August 1868 to, Joseph DAVIS, aged 23 years, bachelor, born in England, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, born England, the son of Joseph and Emma Davis

Thomas Marshall BOSWARD, died 26th March 1867, aged 56 years, a Prison Warder. Born in England

Mary L. BOURCHIER, born in Malta about 1827. Living in Balsham, Cambridgeshire, in 1851

Frank BOUHKEY, born in Malta about 1879, the son of Elizabeth and James Bouhkey. In 1881 living with his parents in Islington, London, where his father was employed as a Prison Warder

William BOULFER, born in Malta about 1848. Living in Bradford, Yorkshire, with his wife Matha Jane and daughters in 1881

Mr. BOURCHIER, Assistant Superintendent of Grain, lived at 107/108 Strada Britannica, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Caroline Elizabeth BOURCHIER, born 18th October 1824, the daughter of Richard James Bourchier and Mary Campbell his wife

Charles John BOURCHIER, born 23rd July 1821 at Florence, the son of Mary Campbell and Richard J. Bourchier

Frederick BOURCHIER, living at 146 Strada Forni, Valletta, electoral list 1852. Died 26th January 1862, aged 67 years. Employed by Bombay Civil Service

Georgina Jemina Maria BOURCHIER, born 4th March 1823, the daughter of Mary Campbell and Richard James Bourchier

Mary BOURCHIER, died 31st December 1833, aged 49 years, the wife of Richard James Bourchier

Mary Frederica Louisa BOURCHIER, born 28th August 1826, the daughter of Richard James Bourchier and Mary Campbell his wife

Richard James BOURCHIER, aged 28 years, bachelor, married 14th March 1820, to Mary Campbell LANDER, aged 30 years, spinster, from Poole, Dorset

Richard James BOURCHIER, living at 5 Strada Marsamuscetto, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Robert BOURCHIER, Collector of Customs, 1826 – 1849

Matilda BOURNE, born about 1831 in Malta. Married. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Sir Henry Frederick BOUVERIE, Governor of Malta 1836 to 1843. Born 11th July 1783, the third son of Edward Bouverie M.P., of Delapre Abbey, near Northampton. Commissioned as an Ensign in the Coldstream Guards on 23rd October 1799, he served in Egypt under General Abercrombie. In 1807 he was Aide-de-Camp to the Earl of Rosslyn at Copenhagen, and held a similar post with Sir Arthur Wellesley in Portugal in 1809. With promotion to Lieut-Colonel in 1810 he resigned from the Duke of Wellington’s Staff, but continued to serve in the Peninsular War and saw action in the major battles of the campaign. Army promotion continued to Colonel in 1814, and Major–General in 1825. He was appointed Governor of Malta on 1st October 1836, and held the post until June 1843. In 1826 he married Mrs. Julie WILBRAHAM, the widow of Captain William Wilbraham R.N. He died at his home Woolbeding House, near Midhurst, Sussex, on 14th November 1852 whilst preparing to attend the funeral of the Duke of Wellington. He left a son Henry and a daughter Henrietta

Michael BOWDEN, Ropemaker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

John BOWEN, died 6th November 1840, he arrived on HM Hastings, from Beirut. Died in the Lazaretto

P.H. BOWEN, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1867

William BOWEN, seaman, buried 8th July 1855, aged 23 years

W. BOWER, born about 1831 in Malta. Living in Middlesex in 1851

William James BOWER, born in Malta in 1879, the son of Caroline Eliza and Thomas Kensman Bower. Living with his parents in Camberwell, London, in 1881

James Joseph BOWERS, born in Malta about 1869, the son of Isabella and Henry Bond Bowers. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Warrington, Lancashire

Isaac BOWL, aged 28 years, from Maryport, buried 27th May 1844

Charles Graham BOWMAN, aged 18 months, the son of W. Bowman, D.A.C.G., buried 13th June 1828

Henrietta BOWMAN, the second daughter of William Flockhart Bowman, A.C.G., married 11th November 1847, to Arthur Fulford ADAMS, D.A.C.G. the third son of Elizabeth and Lieut-General Sir George Pownall Adams

Martha BOWMAN, aged 4 months, the daughter of W. Bowman, D.A.C.G.buried 9th August 1824

Sarah BOWMAN, born 22nd November 1858, the daughter of Mary Anne and Frederic Bowman

William Flockhart BOWMAN, Assistant Commissary General in 1847. Living Ghar id Dud, Sliema, electoral list 1852

William Flockhart BOWMAN, buried 12th April 1855, aged 79 years, Deputy Commissary General

William Henry BOWMAN, aged 8 months, the son of W. Bowman, D.A.C.G., buried 28th July 1829

Charles BOWRA, born about 1808 in Malta. Living in Bromley, Kent, in 1851

Alice Maud BOXELL, born 2nd August 1870, the son of Mary Ann and John Boxell

Arthur John Richard BOXELL, born 2nd August 1872, the son of Mary Ann and John Boxell

Sarah Louisa BOXELL, born 8th December 1868, the daughter of Mary Ann and John Boxwell. Buried 27th April 1871, aged 2 years 4 months

Fullerton BOYD, born in Malta about 1878, the son of Agnes and Fullerton Boyd. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Kirkdale, Lancashire

Walter Jesse BOYD, born in Malta about 1871. Living with his grandparents in Kimmeridge, Dorset, in 1881

William Robert BOYDE, born in Malta about 1861, the son of Anne and Samuel Boyde. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Accrington, Lancashire

James BOYER, aged 24 years, seaman, buried 25th April 1856

R. BOYLE, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1854, 1857, 1858

Robert BOYLE, aged 30 years, seaman, buried 20th May 1865

Thomas BOYLE, living San Andrea, Lija, electoral list 1852

William BOYLY, died 17th August 1868, Cook, on board the P.&.O. steamer Syria, died from apoplexy shortly after entering Marsamuscetto Harbour

Forence Emma BOYNTON, born 29th November 1851, the daughter of Louisa and Francis Hermin Boynton

Frances Augusta BOYNTON, born 26th May 1850, the daughter of Louisa and Francis Hermin Boynton

Francis BOYNTON, Tailor, at 20 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847

Francis BOYNTON Snr., resident Malta, living at 214 Strada San Paolo, electoral list 1852

Francis BOYNTON Jnr., resident Malta, living at 214 Strada San Paolo, electoral list 1852

Francis William BOYNTON, born 1st April 1854, the son of Louisa and Francis Hermin Boynton

Rebecca Louisa BOYNTON, born 7th February 1848, the daughter of Louisa and Francis Hermin Boynton

Alfred BOYS, aged 43 years, Steward, buried 23rd October 1862

Reverend Charles BOYS, died 6th December 1862 in Valletta, aged 38 years, the son of the late William Boys, of Upper Deal, Kent

H. BOYS, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1900

William John BRABAZON, aged 26 years, from Brabazon Park, Co. Mayo, Ireland, buried 22nd March 1847

Thomas BRADBRANT, seaman, aged 18 years, from Devonshire, buried 22nd January 1851

Abraham William BRADFORD, born in Hampshire, 8th December 1805, the son of Harriet and Alexander Bradford

Benjamin Smith BRADLEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Bristol, the youngest son of Sophia and Commander Warre Squire Bradley R.N., married 16th March 1869 to, Mary Jane GRANT, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the second daughter of Paulina and the late George Grant

Reverend R. BRADLEY, Wesleyan Minister, served in Malta from 1885 to 1889, at Margherita Hill, Cottonera

Jemima BRADY, aged 30 years, buried 6th May 1866

Robert BRAES, died 5th May 1870, in Alexandria. Late Superintendent Engineer of Azizieh Company

Henry BRAMBEY, aged 26 years, buried 14th May 1866

John BRANDON, Gentleman, married 3rd September 1814 to, G. De ROOKE, from Middlesex

Ethel Margaret BRANDS, born 16th February 1874, the daughter of Francis and Lucy Sophia Brands

Thomas BRANDSWELL, died 25th January 1845, he arrived on the Brig Sheraton Grange, from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto

Frederick BRANDT, buried 22nd July 1828, aged 58 years

Ann BRANSBY, aged 60 years, buried 26th December 1867

Alexander BRATTY, born in Malta about 1841. Living in Manchester in 1851

Ann BRATTY, born about 1841 in Malta. Living in Manchester in 1851

Elizabeth BRAY, aged 30 years, buried 14th November 1839

Henry F. BRAY, born in Malta about 1866. A scholar living in Eye, Suffolk in 1881

James BRAY, Master Shipwright, worked in HM Dockyard from May 1806 until he died by drowning on 8th September 1812, aged 47 years

David BRELLON, died 5th October 1842, at Messina, aged 44 years, Master of the schooner Casmoplita of Ipswich. His death was sudden. Although previously in good health, he fell down on the deck and died. He left a widow and seven children

John BREMAN, seaman, of the English brig Susan, buried 31st December 1848

Victor BREMMOND, died 12th May 1847, at the Palace in Valletta. Maitre D’Hotel of His Excellency the Governor

John BREMNER, Sergeant 1st Class, Interior Police, 1855

Godfrey BRENDENBURG, born 26th September 1859 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Vincent BRENNAN, died 6th March 1898, employee of the Eastern Telegraph Co. Born 9th July 1876

Peter BRENNER, 21+, bachelor, from Basle, Switzerland, married 13th October 1840 to, Henrietta CAREW, 21+, spinster, from Ireland

Charlotte Anne BRENT, born 29th October 1819, the daughter of Susannah Mary and Amos Bennett Brent. In 1841 living with her mother and family in Aldersgate, London

Susannah Mary BRENT, baptised 3rd October 1824, the daughter of Susannah Mary and Amos Bennett Brent

Thomas G. BRENT, born 29th March 1822, the son of Susan Mary and Amos Bennett Brent, living in Isola

Thomas BRENT, buried 26th July 1824, aged 2 years 3 months

Carmela BRESCIANI, born in Malta 1845, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Wiford BRETT, Acting Chief Secretary to the Government, October 1858

Mary BRICK, born about 1827 in Malta. In 1851 working as a Servant in Kensington, London

Reverend George BRIDGES. (1778 – 1863) stayed in Malta during 1846 and 1847, and took some of the earliest photographs of the island

A.W. BRIDGMAN, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1899. Deputy District Grand Master in 1900

Giuseppe BRIFFA, born 23rd February 1890 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Luigi BRIFFA, Collector of Customs, 1800 – 1803

Maria Anna BRIFFA, aged 19 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of

Giuseppe and Evangelica Briffa, married 22nd May 1865, to Richard EMMETT, aged 26 years, bachelor, Bandsman, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, born Salford, Lancashire, the son of James and Mary Emmett

Charles BRIGGS, born about 1833, the son of Mary and Timothy Briggs. In 1841 living with his parents in Nottingham. In 1881 living with his wife Lucy and family in Wolverhampton

Pasley Dowdeswell BRIGGS, born 19th February 1831, the son of Isabella and Commissioner Briggs

Pasley Dowdeswell BRIGGS, aged 6 days, buried 26th February 1831

Sir Thomas BRIGGS, served at Malta 1829 - 1830, made Rear Admiral and Superintendent of Malta Dockyard in 1832

William BRIGGS, aged 17 years, Steward, on P.&.O. Steamer Ripon, buried 15th November 1857

Felix BRIGNONE, graduated from Malta University as a Doctor, 1812

Giovanni BRIGNONE, Dock Labourer, died 15th February 1834. The vessel Meteor off loaded 180 barrels of gunpowder on 13th February, then docked in the harbour. As the balance of the cargo was being unloaded the vessel exploded, and he was killed. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

Salvatore BRIGNONE, Shipwright, The vessel Meteor off loaded 180 barrels of gunpowder on 13th February 1834, then docked in the harbour. As the balance of the cargo was being unloaded on the 15th February the vessel exploded, and several men killed. He was injured and suffered concussion of the brain. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

Walter L. BRILEY, born about 1849 in Malta, the son of Henry and Mary Briley. In 1851 living with his parents and family in Gillingham, Kent

William J. BRILEY, born about 1850 in Malta, the son of Henry and Mary Briley. In 1851 living with his parents and family in Gillingham, Kent

Agatha BRINCAT, born in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmela BRINCAT, born 15th June 1884 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Helen Pauline BRINCAT, born 16th August 1864 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

John BRINCAT, born 17th May 1847 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph Carmel BRINCAT, born 19th March 1887 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Maria BRINCAT, born in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Maria Carmela BRINCAT, aged 22 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Andrea and Anna Brincat, married 30th January 1878, to Charles Elijah JARVIS, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Woolwich, the son of Charles and Margaret Jarvis, Corporal, Army Hospital Corps

St.John Michael Joseph BRINCAT, born 17th May 1847 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Saviour BRINCAT, born 25th May 1845 in Sannat, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Vincent BRINCAT, born in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

John BRINKWORTH, born in Malta about 1872. In 1881 living with his widowed mother in Painswick, Gloucestershire

John Clarke BRINTON, aged 33 years, buried 5th April 1857

William S. BRISTOW, born in Malta about 1854. Living with his wife Anne and family in Porsea, Hampshire, in 1881

A.M. BROADLEY, Freemason, appointed Deputy District Grand Master in 1879

Reverend Benjamin BROADLEY, born in Ackworth, Yorkshire, about 1834. Wesleyan Minister. In 1871 living with his wife Charlotte and young sons John and George in Sandgate, Kent. Whilst serving in Malta the couple lost two children Henry M. Broadley, buried 13th June 1873, aged 5 months, and Frederick William Broadley, buried 18th August 1875, aged 11 months

Adolphus BROCK, born in Malta about 1842. In 1881 living in Marylebone, London

Mr. BROCKBANK, English teacher at Malta Protestant College, September 1856

Cay de BROCKTORFF, died 15th May 1850 at 111 Strada Reale, Valletta, in his 75th year. Buried 16th May in the Capuchin Church, Floriana

Caterina BROCKTORFF, Schoolmistress at Msida Primary School, 1865

Charles Frederick BROCKTORFF, A German infantry officer, who settled in Malta and became a painter and lithographer

Edward BROCKTORFF, living 63 Strada San Domenico, Valletta, 1895 electoral list

Leopold BROCKTORFF, aged 50 years, Lithographer, on board HMS Alexandra, April 1881

William BRODIE, aged 31 years, widower, Publican, the son of William Brodie, married 26th July 1883, to Rosaria HISCOCK, aged 32 years, widow, the daughter of Salvatore BORG

Caroline L. BROKE, born about 1850 in Malta. In 1851 living in Brighthelmstone, Sussex

G. BROMHEAD, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1895

E. BROOKE, buried 11th October 1821, aged 32 years

Eliza BROOKER, English schoolmistress, in 1833

Arthur BROOKS, born about 1808 in Malta. In 1851 living with his wife and family in Chester

Helen Annie BROOKS, born 4th April 1860, the daughter of Emma Julia and the Reverend Jonah Brooks

Jane Catherine BROOKS, born 26th April 1857, the daughter of Emma Julia and the Reverend Jonah Brooks

Reverend Jonah BROOKS, Chaplain at St.Julians 1862

Lewis H. BROOKS, born in Malta about 1859. Living with his widowed mother Emma and brother in Hornsey, Middlesex

Louis Henry BROOKS, born 6th January 1859, the son of Emma Julia and the Reverend Jonah Brooks

Richard Herbert BROOKS, born 24th April 1856, the son of Emma Julia and the Reverend Jonah Brooks

Richard Herbert BROOKS, aged 6 months, buried 20th November 1856

William Reginald BROOKS, born 23rd October 1854, the son of Emma Julia and Jonah Brooks

Jean BROUGHIER, from Geneva, died in the Civil Hospital, buried 16th March 1823

Catherine BROWN, born about 1807 in Malta. Living in Cornwall in 1851Charles Leonard BROWN, buried 21st November 1855, seaman, aged 24 years

Frank R. BROWN, born in Malta about 1868, the son of Annie and Robert Brown. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Camberwell, London

Frank Robert BROWN, born 1st October 1867, the son of Annie Maria and Robert Brown

George BROWN, seaman, aged 23 years, buried 25th August 1847

Henry BROWN, born in Malta about 1870. In 1881 living with his maternal grandparents Edward and Margaret Livesey in Salford, Lancashire

H.W. BROWN, Acting Secretary, Royal Navy, in 1849. On electoral list 1849

Jane BROWN, born about 1819 in Malta. Married. Living in Toxteth, Lancashire, in 1851

John H. BROWN, born in Malta about 1860, the son of Ellen and Cornelius Brown. In 1881 living with his parents and family. His father was a Publican in Kent

John Johnson BROWN, aged 28 years, buried 25th February 1845

Reverend John W. BROWN, died 9th April 1849, at Victoria Hotel, the Rector of St.James Church, Astoria, New York

Letitia Annie BROWN, born 18th February 1866, the daughter of Annie Maria and Robert Thomas Brown

Letitia BROWN, born in Malta about 1866, the daughter of Annie and Robert Brown. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Camberwell, London

Mary Ann BROWN, aged 14 months, the daughter of Harriet and William Brown, buried 5th September 1841

Philippa Victoria Felicitas Laurentia Francisca Catharina Maria BROWN, aged 18 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of John and Victoria Brown, married 21st July 1878, to Albert MOORE, 21+, bachelor, of Faversham, Kent, the son of William and Martha Moore

Robert BROWN, born in Malta about 1864. In 1881 he was working in a Pawnbrokers shop in Everton, Lancashire

Robert BROWN, died 29th December 1840, he arrived on HM.Steamer Magara, from Marmorice. Died in the Lazaretto, from dysentery

Samuel BROWN, died in Athens June 1847, had been a resident for many years in Malta

William BROWN, 21+, bachelor, born Dublin, the son of Gerard Brown, married 12th November 1874, to Emily Mary HARRY, 21+, the daughter of John Deacon and Elizabeth Harry

William BROWN, buried 3rd April 1829, Mate of the brig Comely

William BROWN, born in Valletta 18th March 1894, the son of Paul and Carmela Brown

Arthur B. BROWNE, born in Malta about 1873, the son of Mary and William Browne. In 1881 living with his parents in Marlborough, Devon. His father was an Assistant Curate

Arthur Bevil BROWNE, born 9th May 1872, the son of Mary and Reverend William Bevil Browne

John BROWNE, seaman, buried 24th August 1854, aged 24 years

John R. BROWNE, born in Malta about 1866. In 1881 living with his mother Ann and sister in Kirkdale, Lancashire

William Bevil BROWNE, a Deacon, the son of Thomas Murray Browne, Canon and Vicar of Almondsbury, Diocese of Gloucester and Bristol, married 17th January 1871, to Mary WATERFIELD, the daughter of Thomas Nelson Waterfield, formerly of India Board, and Elizabeth his wife

Reverend John BROWNELL, Methodist Minister arrived 1832 and stayed five years

Mary B. BROWNELL, born about 1837 in Malta. Living in Devon in 1851

Mary Maria BROWNING, born about 1808 in Malta. Married. Living in Battersea, London, in 1851

Henry BROWNRIGG, aged 42 years, bachelor, Warder, Military Prison, from London, the son of George and Margaret Brownrigg, married 23rd October 1877, to Concetta VELLA, aged 18 years 4 months, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Joseph and Eleanora Vella

Peter BRUCK, aged 19 years, Prussian seaman, buried 19th August 1859

George BRUNNINGS, mariner, buried 22nd March 1849, aged 26 years

Henrietta BRYAN, aged 31 years, the wife of the Reverend Reginald Bryan, of St.Julians College. Buried 6th January 1849

Selina H.S. BRYAN, born in Malta about 1852, the daughter of Salome and Reginald Guy Bryan. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Monckton Combe, Somerset. Her father was a Clergyman

Reginald Blomfield BRYAN, born 25th October 1854, the son of Salome and the Reverend Reginald Guy Bryan, Vice Principal, Malta Protestant College

Lewis BRYANT, aged 80 years, died in the Civil Hospital, buried 2nd October 1828

Henrietta BRYER, born about 1823 in Malta. In 1851 working as a Servant in Liverpool

Barnard BUCHANAN, Freemason, one of the petitioners in 1815 for the establishment of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul

Charles Edward Tancourt BUCHANAN, buried 5th April 1828, ....months

George BUCHANAN, General Manager of the Malta Railway, from 1889 to 1890

J. BUCHANAN, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1875

John BUCHANAN, died 20th March 1876, aged 21 years. Student of the Free Church of Scotland. The eldest son of John Buchanan of Glasgow. Born Glasgow 4th July 1854

James BUCKEL, employed in Naval Arsenal, married 2nd March 1816 to, Mary O’BRIEN

Ann Amelia BUCKLER, aged 35 years, buried 27th March 1861

Henry BUCKINGHAM, born in Malta about 1867, the son of Annie and Edward Buckingham. In 1881 living with his  parents and family in Woolwich, Kent

J. BUCKLER, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1869

Daniel BUCKLEY, granted a licence to open a school 3rd February 1847

Sarah BUCKLEY, died 5th April 1870, aged 6 years, between Alexandria and Malta. The only daughter of Sir Edmund and Lady Buckley

John BUDD, seaman, aged 24 years, buried 11th September 1843

Thomas BUDD, buried 24th September 1832

Angelo BUGEJA, born 2nd July 1858 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Anthony Paul BUGEJA, born 7th October 1863 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmel Joseph BUGEJA, born 29th March 1857 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph BUGEJA, born 14th October 1838 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Peter Ignazio Paul Joseph BUGEJA, born 26th February 1846 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Raphael Joseph BUGEJA, born 9th March 1842 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Vincenzo BUGEJA, President of the Bank of Malta 1863

Antionette BUHAGIAR, born 21st May 1835 in Vittoriosa, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmel George Daniel BUHAGIAR, born 15th July 1835 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Nicholas BUHAGIAR, General Manager of the Malta Railway, from 1897 to 1924

Agnes BUIST, born in Malta about 1865. Living with her widowed mother Caroline in Liverpool, in 1881

Caroline BUIST, born in Malta about 1847. A widow living with her daughters in Liverpool, in 1881

James BUIST, born in Malta about 1866. Living with his widowed mother Caroline in Liverpool, in 1881

Eliza BULBECK, aged 26 years, married 28th December 1896, to John ASTON, aged 25 years

Joseph BULL, born in Malta about 1858. Living in Lambeth, London

Melita BULL, born 4th January 1885, the daughter of Mary Maria and Henry James Bull, Caterer, the Union Club

Thorvald BULL, aged 22 years, Norwegian, buried 5th January 1863

R.H. BULLOCK, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1885. Deputy District Grand Master in 1886

Frederick BULLOZ, aged 22 years, a Frenchman

Ann BULMER, born about 1819 in Malta. Married. Living in Rotherhithe, Kent, in 1851

Alfred BUMSTEAD, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1899. Third District Grand Principal 1904

Charles BUNKER, aged 34 years, buried 30th April 1869

Reverend Thomas BURBIDGE, Chaplain of Holy Trinity Church, Sliema, 1867/1868

Charles Francis BURGMANN, born 4th December 1837, the son of Jane and George Hildebrand Burgmann

John BURGOINE, living at 274 Strada Due Porte, Senglea, electoral list 1852

John BURGOYNE, widower, born Teignmouth, Devon, married 26th March 1849 to, Ann Isabella WESTBROOK, widow, from Ballynethery, Cork, Ireland

Alice Rose BURKE, died 2nd March 1865 at Bighi, aged 9 years 7 months, the daughter of John Page Burke MD, of Bighi Hospital

John Page BURKE MD, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Mary BURKE, born about 1838 in Malta. In 1851 living in Liverpool

William BURKETT, born 22nd November 1841, baptised 23rd April 1859 the son of Mary and E. Burkett

William Adlard BURKITT, Captain of the ‘Golconda’, died on board whilst it was moored in the harbour. He was 74 years old, and had served with the B.I. Company for 35 years. Before leaving England he had been suffering from a bad attack influenza, and doubts about his health were raised. However, he took command of the vessel but during rough weather was badly thrown about in his cabin, causing a fractured leg and three broken ribs. He died on Saturday 13th January 1900

Arnold John BURMESTER. Physician, at 63 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847. A member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Fellow of the Royal Medical and Chirugical Society of London. Formerly House Surgeon to St.Bartholemew's Hospital, and to the General-Lying-In Hospital, London. At home daily for consultation in all cases connected with Medicine, Surgery, Ophthalmic Surgery, and Midwifery

Died on Monday, 29th May 1848, aged 31 years. Dr.Arnold John Burmester was fond of athletic and gymnastic exercises, small sword and pistol firing. Early on Monday morning whilst amusing himself with a loaded pistol an accident occurred. His servant heard the report of the pistol and on entering the room he found his master wounded and staggering towards his bed. Though Doctors Sankey and Burton, were sent for immediately they discovered that the wound was mortal, the ball having entered just above the upper region of the heart perforating the lower lobe of the left lung and liver and lodged on the opposite side of the back. A verdict of Accidental Death was returned at the inquest. He lived at 63 Strada Reale, and was in his 34th year. In March 1847, he had assisted Dr.Spencer Wells with a demonstration of the effects of ether vapour at Bighi Naval Hospital, an early use of this anaesthetic

Amy BURN, born in Malta about 1873, the daughter of Jerusha and William Burn. In 1881 living with her parents and family Minster, Kent

George BURN, born in Malta about 1862, the son of Jerusha and William Burn. In 1881 living with his parents and family Minster, Kent   William BURN, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Alice Emma BURNS, born 17th March 1865, the daughter of Eliza and Thomas Burns

Mary Anne BURNS, born 22nd March 1826, the daughter of Edward and Anne Burns

William BURNS, buried 14th May 1824, aged 4 years

Edward F. BURNSIDE, born in Malta about 1860. Studying at the Agricultural College, Cirencester, in 1881

Dr. William Henry BURRELL, resident Malta, living at 3 Strada Mercanti, electoral list 1853

C.H. BURRIDGE, born 23rd March 1851

George BURRIDGE, born 4th July 1852

Thomas Lorenzo BURRIDGE, born 2nd December 1853, the son of George Wilcox Burridge and Hannah Jane Shaw

Benjamin BURROWS, 21+, of Pickwick, Wiltshire, married 22nd December 1840, to Sarah RICHARDSON, minor, the daughter of the late Benjamin Richardson

George BURROWS, born about 1824, the son of Penelope and William Burrows. In 1841 living with his parents and family in Nottingham

George BURROWS, born in Malta about 1878, the son of Letitia and Samuel Burrows. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Basford, Nottinghamshire

Harriett BURROWS, born about 1835, the daughter of Penelope and William Burrows. In 1841 living with her parents and family in Nottingham

Henry W. BURROWS, born in Malta about 1816. Living with his wife Maria and family in St.Pancras, London, in 1851 when he was a Clergyman

Maria G. BURROWS, born in Malta about 1874, the daughter of Letitia and Samuel Burrows. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Basford, Nottinghamshire

Florence E. BURROWS, born in Malta about 1876, the daughter of Letitia and Samuel Burrows. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Basford, Nottinghamshire

Henry W. BURROWS, born in Malta about 1816. Living with his wife Maria and family in 1881 when he was a Clergyman

James BURROWS, born about 1828, the son of Penelope and William Burrows. In 1841 living with his parents and family in Nottingham

Venerable Archdeacon Edward BURROWS DD, Freemason, District Grand Master in 1849

Susan BURSLAM, born about 1808 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Cheadle, Cheshire

Charles F. BURSMAN, born in Malta about 1838. In 1881 living with his wife Agnes and family in Kensington, London

Ann BURTON, born in Malta about 1872, the daughter of George and Catherine Burton. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Hammersmith, London

Dr. Edward BURTON, Staff Surgeon 2nd Class, Military Medical Department 1847. On electoral list 1849

John BURTON, born in Malta about 1871, the son of George and Catherine Burton. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Hammersmith, London

Victor BURTON, born in Malta about 1867. In 1881 an Inmate of the Union Work House, Portsea, Hampshire

Edwin BUSH, buried 8th February 1842

Francesco BUSIETTA, President of the Bank of Malta 1862

William BUSKETT, born about 1833 in Malta. Living in Plumstead, Kent, in 1851

William H. BUSTARD, born in Malta about 1851. Working as a Schoolmaster in Wolverhampton, in 1881

Charles Joseph BUSUTTIL, born 8th August 1872 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Giovanni Battista BUSUTTIL, born 21st April 1829 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michael BUSUTTIL, born 5th February 1848 in Senglea, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

William BUTCHER, born in Malta about 1865. In 1881 living with his widowed mother Mary and family in Coventry

Mary BUTCHER, born in Malta about 1845. In 1881 a widow living with her children in Coventry

Louisa BUTCHER, born in Malta about 1864. In 1881 living with her widowed mother Mary and family in Coventry

Grazio BUTEZING (? BUTTIGIEG), born about 1808. In 1841 a Male Servant in the household of Lady Eliza and Sir Frederick Hankey, 14 Lower Berkeley Street, Marylebone, London

Charlotte BUTLER, Resident Female Superintendent at the Orphan Asylum, 1865

Henry BUTLER, born in Malta about 1864, the son of William and Ann Butler. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Deal, Kent

James N. BUTLER, born in Malta about 1851. In 1881 living with his wife Caroline and family in Deptford, London

Mary BUTLER, died 23rd June 1890, aged 73 years, the wife of Christopher Carreras of Gibraltar

Nathaniel Charles BUTLER, of the Ordnance Department, 21+, bachelor, born Marylebone, London, the son of Jane and Charles James Butler, married 13th January 1847, to Charlotte O'REILLY, 21+, spinster,the eldest daughter of Mary and the late Bernard O'Reilly, Paymaster of 18th Regiment, at the Residence of Mrs.O'Reilly by a Roman Catholic priest, the Reverend Francis Tonna. On the same day the couple went through a Church of England wedding ceremony

Nathaniel Charles BUTLER, Clerk, Civil Ordnance Department in 1847. Living 64 Strada Ponente, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Percy BUTLER, born 14th November 1867, the son of Sybil Catherine and John Bayford Butler

William BUTLER, born 2nd July 1845. Died and was buried 4th July 1845, aged 2 days

William Henry Guestea BUTLER, died 9th March 1853, aged 39 years, H.M. Ordnance Department

Mrs. BUTT, granted a licence to open a school 30th December 1844

William Henry BUTT, Rector of Public Instruction in 1847. Living at 29 Strada Marsamuscetto, Valletta, electoral list 1852. Rector of the University in 1854, but wished to retire due to failing sight

Henry BUTTANSHORE (? BURTENSHAW), died 28th October 1844, he arrived on HM Steamer Iberia, from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto

Charles BUTTER, born in Malta about 1871, the son of Mary and Thomas Butter. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Wolborough, Devon

John BUTTERWORTH, aged 48 years, buried last quarter 1837

Angelo Peter BUTTIGIEG, born 9th October 1854 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmel Salvatore BUTTIGIEG, born 18th November 1861 in Tarxien, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmela BUTTIGIEG, born 28th August 1850 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Dr.Francesco BUTTIGIEG, Master of Obstetrics, 1806

Giuseppe BUTTIGIEG, President of the Bank of Malta 1858 and 1861

Joseph BUTTIGIEG, born in Gozo 1825, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Ignazio BUTTIGIEG, President of the Bank of Malta 1871

Nicholas Thomas Xavier BUTTIGIEG, born 20th December 1855 in Sannat, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore BUTTIGIEG, born 27th July 1864 in Tarxien, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Edward BYARD, Leading Man of Ropemakers, worked in HM Dockyard from January 1807 until his death on 7th June 1811, aged 35 years

Charles BYDDER, living 29 Strada San Scolastica, Vittoriosa, electoral list 1852

Edward BYDDER, born 22nd October 1851, the son of Caroline and Charles Alfred Bydder

Edward BYRNE, born 6th January 1823, the son of Anna and Edward Byrne, of County Dublin, living at the home of John Hookham Frere

Edward BYRNE, buried 25th December 1825, aged 2 years 11 months

E.H. BYRNE, born in Malta about 1830. In 1881 living in Wednesbury, Staffordshire, with his wife Emma and family

Josephine Mary BYRNE, died 9th June 1883, aged 9 years 2 months, the daughter of Margareth and Patrick Byrne, Ordnance Store Department

George Thomas BYRNE, born 4th July 1832, the son of Anne and Edward Byrne

Mary Ann BYRNE, born about 1823 in Malta. In 1851 living in Wolverhampton

Maria BYRNIE, born in Malta about 1870. In 1881 living with her widowed mother Sarah and family in Dewsbury, Yorkshire

Thomas BYRNIE, born in Malta about 1868. In 1881 living with his widowed mother Sarah and family in Dewsbury, Yorkshire

Concetta CACHIA, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Joseph and Josephina Cachia, married 7th December 1875, to John McMILLAN, 21+, bachelor, of Glasgow, the son of William and Agnes McMillan, Corporal, 71st Regiment

Elizabeth CACHIA, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Vincent Cachia, married 25th March 1887, to Charles BIGNALL, aged 24 years, Private, 1st Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, the son of Charles William Bignall

Victoria CACHIA, aged 19 years, widow, born in Corfu, the daughter of Bresciani and Maria Cachia, married 4th March 1866 to, George STREETON, 21+, bachelor, born in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

John CADE, aged 24 years, seaman, buried 17th October 1855

Bartolomeo CAFLISCH, baptised 26th March 1855, the son of Giovanni and Agnes Caflisch, nee CORAY

Alfred Y. CAHILL, born in Malta about 1853. In 1881 living in Wandsworth, London

Alice CAHILL, born in Malta about 1875, the daughter of Cornelius and Emma Cahill. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Portsea, Hampshire

Mary CAHILL, born in Malta about 1869, the daughter of Sarah Cahill living in Salford, Lancashire, in 1881 with her family

Mary A. CAHILL, born in Malta about 1873, the daughter of Cornelius and Emma Cahill. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Portsea, Hampshire

Harriet CAIRD, born in Malta about 1833. The wife of T. Wilson Caird. In 1881 living with her husband in Exeter, Devon. He was Surgeon at Devon & Exeter Hospital and HM Prison

Irene CAIRNES, born in Malta about 1821. In 1881 a Visitor to England living in Kensington, London

Walter CAIRNS, born in Malta about 1844. In 1881 living in Plumstead Kent with his adult brothers and sister

Miss Irene CAIRNES, Schoolmistress, Government Primary School, Valletta, in 1851

Clara CAITHNESS, died 21st March 1864, aged 40 years, from London

G. CALAMATA, Signalman at the Governor’s Palace in 1847

Giuseppe CALAMATA, died 4th October 1851, employed for 58 years by the Marine Department. Left an aged widow and numerous family

Vincenza CALCEDONIO, born 17th May 1854 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

William CALCROFT, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Robert Hellier CALDECOTT, born 4th September 1868, son of William Shaw Caldecott and his wife Marian. Note: Born in Mauritius

Robert Hellier CALDECOTT, died Sliema 18th September 1869, the son of the Reverend W.S. Caldecott, aged 1 year 14 days

William Arthur CALDECOTT, born 17th November 1869, son of William Shaw Caldecott, and his wife Marian

William Shaw CALDECOTT, Methodist Minister, arrived in Malta at the end of 1868 from Mauritius

Camelia E. CALDER, born about 1851 in Malta. In 1881 living with her uncle George E. Walker and his family in East Cliffe, Kent

Jessie M. CALDER, born in Malta about 1845, the daughter of Sarah C. Calder. In 1881 living with her widowed mother in Paddington, London

Born in Sliema on 24th November 1871 daughter to the wife of Reverend W.S. CALDICOTT

Robert CALEY, aged 20 years, 2nd Mate on the brig Dapper from Hull, buried 29th May 1834

Mary J. CALFE, born about 1869 in Malta, the daughter of John and Julia Calfe. In 1881 living with her parents in Alston, Warwickshire

Giuseppe CALI, the son of Rafaele and Giovanna Cali, foremost Maltese artist. Studio was at 137 Strada St.Ursola, painted a very large number of portraits, and many church interiors

Mary CALL, born about 1840 in Malta. Attending school in Hackney, London, in 1851

Philomene Victoria Ursula Josephine CALLAS, born 22nd January 1846 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

CALLEJA. Calleja’s Lodging House at 2 & 4 Piazza Regina, Valletta, in 1847

Adelaide CALLEJA, aged 24 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Joseph and Rosina Calleja, married 11th February 1878, to Robert Salisbury COATES, aged 27 years, widower, of Liverpool, the son of John and Elizabeth Coates

Anna Maria CALLEJA, aged 16 years, spinster, the daughter Paul Calleja, married 27th January 1884, to Richard FINCH, aged 21 years, bachelor, Private, Royal Munster Fusiliers, the son of Heneage Finch

Anthony CALLEJA, born 26th August 1821 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Antonia CALLEJA, born 26th March 1851 in Senglea, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmela CALLEJA, born 6th June 1874 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmela CALLEJA, minor, with her parents consent, born Malta, the daughter of Francesco and Antonia Calleja, married 22nd October 1872, to Edward WALTER, 21+, bachelor, of Edenbridge, Kent, the son of George and Martha Walter, late Private, Royal Engineers

Giovanni Battista CALLEJA, born 26th February 1809 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Maria Giuditta Carmela Giovanna CALLEJA, 21+, spinster of St.Paul’s Parish, Valletta, married 7th November 1837, to Carlo Enrico Augusto MAEMPEL, 21+, bachelor, from Germany

Maria Josepha Helena Paula CALLEJA, born 1st May 1830 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

James Henry CALLING, aged 37 years, seaman, buried 13th February 1847

Harriet Jane CALLOWHILL, born 2nd November 1877, the daughter of Joseph and Agatha Elizabeth Callowhill

Kate CALLOWHILL, born 8th January 1895, the daughter of Joseph and Kate Callowhill. Died 6th July 1900

Charles CALSOY, born in Malta about 1808. Working as a Servant and living in Wapping, London, in 1851

Mr. CALVERT, Government Agent and Broker, lived at 8 Strada Zecca, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Charles John CALVERT, born 3rd July 1823, the son of Louisa Ann and James Calvert

Edmund CALVERT, born 7th March 1825, the son of James and Louisa Ann Calvert

Frank CALVERT, born 3rd September 1828, the son of James and Louisa Calvert

Frederick William CALVERT, the son of James Calvert, of Malta, married 19th February 1846, to Eveline ABBOTT, the second daughter of R.B. Abbott of Smyrna, at the British Consulate Chapel, Smyrna

James Campbell Francis CALVERT, born 21st February 1827, the son of James and Louisa Ann Calvert

Louisa Florence CALVERT, baptised June 13th 1821 in Florence, the daughter of James Calvert and Louisa Anne his wife, by the Reverend William Jones

Calliope CALVETTI, born in Malta about 1851. In 1881 living with her six brothers in Kirkdale, Lancashire

Andrea G. CALVOCORESSI, Merchant, at 84 Strada Stretta, Valletta, in 1856. Present at the first Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of commerce held on 1st January 1849. Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1870 - 1877

Andrea G. CALVOCORESSI, President of the Bank of Malta 1870. President of the Anglo-Maltese Bank 1870

Mary E. O. CALDECOTT. At the end of 1868 the Reverend William Shaw Caldecott with his wife Marianne and baby son Robert arrived in Malta from Mauritius. He was a Wesleyan Minister. This baby girl only lived for 30 hours, and was buried on 23rd May 1872

Reverend William Shaw CALDECOTT, born in Port Elizabeth, Cape of Good Hope, 28th May 1839, the son of Hon. Charles Henry Caldecott and his wife Martha nee Wright. He became a Wesleyan Minister and married Marianne Hellier on 13th November 1867. The couple arrived in Malta with their newly born son Robert Hellier Caldecott from Mauritius at the end of 1868

John CAMERON, born about 1839 in Malta. Living in Gillingham, Kent, in 1851

John CAMERON, born about 1839 in Malta. Living in Gillingham, Kent, in 1851. Married. In 1881 living with his wife Isabella and family in Chester

John Hilyard CAMERON, born 6th July 1878, the son of Ivan and Florence Cameron

Lydia CAMERON, born about 1880 in Malta. In 1881 living with her uncle and aunt William and Jessie Taylor in Stoke Damerel, Devon

Andrew CAMILBONE, born in Malta about 1845. Married. In 1881 living in Bishopwearmouth, Durham

Andrea CAMILLERI, born 17th January 1818 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Andrea John Vincent CAMILLERI, born 10th January 1849 in Mosta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmel CAMILLERI, born 22nd January 1867 in Nadur, Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmela CAMILLERI, 21+, spinster, of Porto Salvo, Valletta, married 11th February 1833, to William MARTIN, bachelor, the son of William Martin, Bombardier, Royal Artillery

Carmela Maria CAMILLERI, born 4th December 1860 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Demetrius CAMILLERI, born 8th October 1853 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Emmanuela CAMILLERI, aged 33 years, buried 26th July 1845

George CAMILLERI, born 15th June 1828 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

John Salvatore Carmel CAMILLERI, born 26th October 1865 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph CAMILLERI, born 24th March 1832 in Naxxar, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph CAMILLERI, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, married 30th November 1848 to, Anne FRISK, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Frisk

Joseph CAMILLERI, born 24th September 1858 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph CAMILLERI, born 12th September 1876 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph CAMMILLERI, born about 1795 in Malta. In 1851 living with his daughter Mary Ann in Kensington, London

Joseph Michelangelo CAMILLERI, born 16th June 1856 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Maria Concetta CAMILLERI, born 14th January 1855 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Mary Ann CAMMILLERI, born about 1829 in Malta. Living with her father Joseph Cammilleri in 1851 in Kensington, London

Mary CAMILLERI, aged 17 years 3 months, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Joseph and Ellen Camilleri, married 21st September 1868 to,

Reverend Michael CAMILLERI, born in Malta about 1814. In 1881 living with his wife Ann in the Vicarage, Lyford, Berkshire, where he was the Vicar

Melita CAMILLIERI, born 23rd April 1827, the daughter of Joseph and Mary Camillieri

Michael Angelo CAMILLERI. University of Malta 1834, D.D. 1838. Ordained a Deacon and Priest by the Bishop of Malta – Roman Catholic, 1836. Changed his religion to Anglican. Left Malta in May 1843 and married in Gibraltar on 13th June 1843 a widow, Emmanuela Fleri, the mother of two children, a boy and a girl. Her maiden surname was Pepe. When the couple returned to Malta, the mother of her first husband went to court to gain custody of the children. Emmanuele Camilleri died in Malta. He re-married in England 14th September 1848 at St.Andrews the Great, Cambridge, to Anne Parsley Clark, spinster, the daughter of David Clark, Surgeon, living at Regent Street, Cambridge. 1848 – 1854 Diocese of Capetown, South Africa, Missionary to Mahometans, Capetown. 1858. Curate of St.Michael’s, Burleigh Street, Strand, London. Curate of Stanford in the Vale, Berkshire, 1858 – 1863, Vicar of Lyford, nr.Wantage, Berkshire 1863 - 1897. He died 10th April 1903, aged 89 years, in 5 Kirtleton Avenue, Weymouth, England

Lawrence CAMILLERI, born 1st November 1839 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Luigi CAMILLERI, born in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Maria CAMILLERI, born in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Marius CAMILLERI, born 27th August 1858 in Floriana, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michael CAMILLERI, born 23rd November 1848 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Paul CAMILLERI, born 25th January 1835 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Peter George Vincent CAMMILERI, born 18th March 1862 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Rosine CAMILLERI, born 25th March 1848 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore Michael CAMILLERI, born 10th April 1844 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Susanna Antonietta CAMILLERI, born in Malta, the widow of Vincenzo Camilleri, the daughter of Michele and Anna SCHEMBRI, married 15th May 1856 to, Charles John SCARGALL, 21+, bachelor, born in St.Giles, London, Wardroom Steward, HMS Terrible, the son of John and Sarah Ann Scargall

Teresa CAMILLERI, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Giuseppe and Anne Camilleri, , married 1st August 1864 to, Samuel GRIMASON, 21+, bachelor, born in Drumcree, Armagh, Ireland, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment, the son of Samuel and Ann Grimason

Dr. Michele CAMMINZULI, Advocate, at 36 Strada San Ursola, Valletta, in 1847

Emily P. CAMMONOY, born in Malta about 1833. In 1881 working as a Governess in Walcot, Somerset

Charles Arthur Murray CAMPBELL, born 7th June 1874, the son of Agnes G. and Henry George Lyon Campbell

David CAMPBELL, buried 23rd December 1852, aged 19 years

David CAMPBELL, aged 38 years, Engineer, buried 23rd May 1860

H.L. CAMPBELL, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1875

Isabella CAMPBELL, born in Malta about 1853. In 1881 Assistant Matron at Fulham Prison, London

Joseph CAMPBELL, born in Portsmouth, 24th October 1899, the son of David and Concetta Campbell, nee Aquilina. He worked in HM Dockyard, and was murdered. His body was cut up into parts and thrown into the harbour

Robert Lemuel CAMPBELL, born 5th February 1858, the son of William Campbell and Ruth Nickolls

Sarah E. CAMPBELL, born 4th March 1861, the daughter of William Campbell

Martha CANNELL, born in Malta about 1865. Working as a Servant in 1881 in Heigham, Norfolk

Mary A. CANNELL, born in Malta about 1862. Working as a Servant in 1881 in Heigham, Norfolk

Charles CANNING, born in Malta about 1862. In 1881 living with his widowed mother and family in Brighton, SussexC.H. CANNON, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1893

Ann CAPEL, born in Malta about 1862. Working as a House Maid in 1881 in British Home for Incurables, Clapham, London

Donald CAPEL, born in Malta about 1863. In 1881 living in Lambeth, London

Ellen CAPEL, born in Malta about 1866. In 1881 living in Lambeth, London

James CAPEL, living at 1 Strada San Giuseppe, Senglea, electoral list 1852

Violet CAPSIDY, born in Malta about 1865. Living in Clewer, Berkshire, in 1881

Paolo CAR, resident Malta, electoral list 1854

Giuseppe Carlo Filippo CARAVOGLIA, 21+, bachelor, born in Naples, the son of Carlo and Rosa Roselli Caravoglia, married 30th June 1865 to, Frances Anne BUCKMASTER, 21+, spinster, born in Naples, the daughter of Henry and Anne Frances Buckmaster

Raphael CARAVITA, born 18th October 1879 in Misida, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Catherine CARBONARO, of St.Dominic’s Parish, Valletta, married 8th August 1842, to Robert BLACKIE, Bombardier, Royal Artillery

Raymond Jonathan CARDELLA, born 17th September 1836, the son of Charlotte and Libertino Geraldo Cardella

Luisa CARDINI, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Paolo Cardini, married 25th September 1899, to Peter SWEENEY, aged 30 years, bachelor, the son of Peter Sweeney deceased

Publius Anthony CARDONA, born 29th November 1848 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Andrew CAREW, aged 34 years, Mate of the English Schooner Triumphant, buried 12th August 1850

Basil Steward CAREY, born 17th October 1891, the son of Emmeline and John Steward Carey. Died 24th July 1892, aged 9 months. Licensed Scripture Readers, Missions to Seamen Society

Dorothy Melita CAREY, born 26th April 1895, the daughter of Emmeline and John Steward Carey, Licenced Scripture Readers, Missions to Seaman

Ethel Elizabeth CAREY, died 10th August 1890, aged 14 weeks, the daughter of John Steward and Emmeline Carey. Born North Shields

John Victor CAREY, born 20th June 1897, the son of Emmeline and John Steward Carey. Died 4th August 1897, aged 6 weeks. Licensed Scripture Readers, Missions to Seamen Society

Lilian Melita CAREY, born 7th February 1898, the daughter of Michael and Elizabeth Carey, Canteen Steward

Lilly CAREY, born in Malta about 1869, the daughter of Julia Carey. In 1881 living with her mother and family in Southampton. Her father was an Officer.

Louisa CAREY, born in Malta about 1871, the daughter of Julia Carey. In 1881 living with her mother and family in Southampton. Her father was an Officer

Mary CAREY, born in Malta about 1827. Married. In 1881 a widow living in Croydon, Surrey

John CARKETT, 21+, bachelor, of Newpassage, Devon, married 18th October 1849 to, Jane MARSHALL, 21+, spinster, born in Malta

John CARKET, living 167 Strada Due Porte, Senglea, electoral list 1852

Edward CARLETON, Captain of the Ports in 1847. Living at 5 Strada Regina, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Edward CARLETON, died 19th December 1859, in Valletta, aged 77 years. For many years Captain of the Ports

Mrs Edward CARLETON, died 14th December 1862 in Valletta, aged 70 years, the widow of the late Captain Carleton

Louisa CARLETON, died 10th April 1866, in Valletta, aged 24 years, the daughter of William Carleton, and grand daughter of the late Edward Carleton, from scarlatina

Giuseppe CARLI, died 23rd July 1846, at his rooms in the Opera House, after a short but painful illness, Signor Giuseppe Carli, Primo Tenore of the Malta Opera, leaving his wife in a state of pregnancy, and three young children

John Clarke CARLILL, 21+, bachelor, from York, married 1st June 1837, to Hannah Hepburn RAWLINGS, minor, spinster, with the consent of her Guardian

John CARLILL, aged 37 years, buried 22nd June 1839

William CARLTON, resident Malta, electoral list 1856

James CARMOEL, resident Malta, electoral list 1852

Augusta Agnes CARPENTER, aged 1 year, the daughter of W. Carpenter, Clerk in the Ordnance Department, buried 15th October 1823

Caroline CARPENTER, born in Malta about 1816. Married. In 1881 living in West Ham, Essex, with her husband John Carpenter

Emma CARPENTER, aged 2 years, the daughter of William Carpenter, Ordnance Department, buried 29th July 1829

Thomas CARPENTER, born in Malta about 1821. In 1881 a widower, living in Exeter, Devon

William CARPENTER, born in Malta about 1835. Married. In 1881 a Pauper living in the Union Workhouse, Wareham, Dorset

Caroline Charlotte CARR, aged 26 years, widow, the daughter of Charles PAGE, married 30th April 1881, to John CARTWRIGHT, aged 25 years, widower, Corporal, Royal Artillery, the son of Vaughan David Cartwright

Francesca CARR, Servant in the Central Hospital, 1855

G.S.Q. CARR, Freemason, Junior Warden The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1889. Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1890

Reverend Henry CARR. Vice-Principal, Malta Protestant College, September 1856

Henry Bryan CARR, born 17th April 1855, the son of Selina Emma and the Reverend Henry Carr. Married. In 1881 living with his wife Caroline and their children in Wakefield, Yorkshire, where he was Curate at the Church of All Souls

Jane J.S. CARR, born in Malta about 1847. Married. In 1881 living with her husband Thomas F.R. Carr and family in Berwick upon Tweed

Reginald CARR, born in Malta about 1857. In 1881 living in Monckton Combe, Somerset, working as a Teacher

Reginald George CARR, born 12th September 1856, the son of Selina Emma and the Reverend Henry Carr

Esther Ida CARRER, baptised 6th April 1867, the daughter of Constantine and Ellen Carrer, Lawyer

Arthur CARRICK, born in Malta about 1865, the son of Mary and Patrick Carrick. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Liverpool

Mary E. CARRICK, born in Malta about 1862. In 1881 working as a Servant in Great Sutton, Cheshire

George CARRINGTON, born in Malta about 1869, the son of Sarah and Robert Carrington. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Lambeth, London

Ann CARROLL, born about 1835 in Malta. In 1851 living in Staffordshire

James CARROLL, granted a licence to open a school 30th October 1862

Johanna CARROLL, born in Malta about 1865, the daughter of Margaret and Daniel Carroll. Living with her parents and family in 1881, in Beswick, Lancashire

John CARROLL, born in Malta about 1868, the son of Margaret and Daniel Carroll. Living with his parents and family in 1881, in Beswick, Lancashire

Miss CARROLL, Certified Mistress of Junior Section, on the staff of Flores College, Valletta, 1899

Richard CARRY, born about 1849 in Malta. In 1851 living in Northwood, Hampshire

Anne CARSON, born in Malta about 1867, the daughter of Anne and David Carson. Living with her parents in 1881 in Woolwich, Kent

James CARSON M.D., aged 30 years, late Physician in Liverpool Hospitals. Buried 16th September 1848

Agnes CARSTAIRS, the daughter of John and Agnes Carstairs, married 10th July 1846 to, James Henry BEEBY, 21+, bachelor, Engineer, Royal Navy

CARSTAIRS, died Friday 10th July 1846, aged 11 years, the youngest son of Mr. Carstairs, a Government employee, fell from the terrace and was killed

John George CARSTAIRS, born 11th July 1851, the son of John and Jane Carstairs

John George CARSTAIRS, buried 27th September 1853, aged 2 years

Mary Jane CARSTAIRS, born 20th March 1853, the daughter of Jane and John Carstairs

Ann CARTER, died 27th January 1844, aged 93 years, the widow of John Carter, of Deal, Kent

Charles M. CARTER, born in Malta about 1863, the son of Emma Carter. Living with his mother in Westminster, London, in 1881

Frederick Percival Pink CARTER, born 30th June 1885, the son of Felice Orsini and Jane Sarah Carter, Port Department, Colombo, Ceylon

James CARTER, died 23rd March 1889, a plumber with Eastern Telegraph Company. He entered deep-water tanks at Marsamuscetto, in which surplus cables were stored, and was overcome by foul air and died

Mabel CARTER, born in Malta about 1880. In 1881 living with Emma James, in Heston, Middlesex, an adopted child

William C. CARTER, aged 45 years, Master of English Schooner Earl of Leicester, buried 26th November 1866

Reverend Arthur Babington CARTWRIGHT, Chaplain of St.Paul’s Anglican Church, Valletta, 1896 to 1901

E.W. CARTWRIGHT, Captain, 23rd Native Infantry, East India Company’s Service. Died in the Lazarreto, buried 30th January 1842

Blanche CARUANA, was the first woman to graduate as a doctor in Malta

Concetta CARUANA, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Francesco Caruana, married 5th March 1886, to Henry FURNISS, aged 23 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of Peter Furniss

Concetta FURNISS, aged 21 years, widow, the daughter of Giovanni CARUANA, married 22nd June 1891, to Walter Charles HUNTER, aged 22 years, bachelor, Welsh Regiment, the son of James Hunter

Edmund CARUANA , 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, Clerk, the son of Emmanuel Caruana, married 26th May 1854 to, Elizabeth BELL, spinster, minor, born in Corfu, the daughter of Margaret and Private John Bell, 11th Regiment, but both her parents were dead

Henry CARUANA, Clerk, HM Dockyard, 1871

Joseph Carmel CARUANA, born 25th April 1862 in Tarxien, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Dr. Luigi CARUANA, active 1805

Maria CARUANA, born 14th September 1856 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Maria Dolores CARUANA, aged 20 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Angelo and Pepina Caruana, married 25th May 1860 to, James MARTIN, 21+, bachelor, born Woolwich, Kent, Stoker, HMS Medina, the son of John and Elizabeth Martin. Both of her parents are deceased

Maria Teresa CARUANA, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of John Andrew Caruana, married 11th April 1882, to Harry HUGHES, aged 24 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of John Hughes

Nicholas CARUANA, born 25th February 1859 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Susanna CARUANA, aged 27 years, spinster, married 5th May 1891, to William George EVELEIGH, aged 28 years, bachelor, the son of George Eveleigh

Edmund D. CARVER, his wife gave birth to a daughter at Alexandria, 13th January 1869

Mary Ann CARWAINE, aged 20 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of George and Mary Ann Carwaine, married 27th March 1872, to George PEPLOW, 21+, bachelor, born St.Helena, the son of Samuel Peplow, Seaman, Royal Navy

Margaret CASE, born in Malta about 1862. In 1881 working as a Servant in Brighton, Sussex

Albert CASELETT, born in Malta about 1851. Married. In 1881 living in Hull

Charlotte M. CASEY, born in Malta about 1865. In 1881 living in Preston, Lancashire

James CASEY, born in Malta about 1878, the son of Matilda and James Casey. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Westgate, Northumberland

James CASH, born in Malta about 1841. Married. In 1881 living with his wife Elizabeth and son Arthur in Fulham, London, where he worked as a Fishmonger

Antonio CASHA, Junior Surgeon, Men’s Hospital Medical Staff 1805

Carmela CASHA, aged 18 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Vincenzo and Mary Casha, married 9th April 1864, to John DAVISON, aged 36 years, widower, Armourer Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 7th Royal Fusiliers, born Liverpool, the son of James and Eliza Davison

John Felix CASHA, born 8th December 1832 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Elizabeth CASLOW, born in Malta about 1862. Working as a Servant in Paddington, London, in 1881

Annetto CASOLANI, 1815 - 1866, the fifth son of Sir Vincent and Antonia Casolani, became Bishop of Mauricastro and Vicar Apostolic of Central Africa

Gian Nicola CASOLANI, the eldest son of Sir Vincent and Antonia Casolani, a lawyer

Giuseppe CASOLANI, died at sea August 1844, whilst in passage from Naples to Civita Vecchia. For many years cashier at HM Treasury, Malta. He was buried in Civita Vecchia, and left a widow and family

Henry CASOLANI, the son of Sir Vincent and Antonia Casolani. A lawyer, but also professional painter. Designed stained glass windows. Settled in England

Henry CASOLANI, born about 1822 in Malta. Living in Ramsgate, Kent, in 1851, with his wife Catherine

Louis CASOLANI, the brother of Sir Vincent Casolani, became Captain of the Lazaretto

Louisa CASOLANI, the widow of the late Giuseppe Casolani Esq, of the Treasury Office, married on the 26th January 1846, by special licence from His Holiness the Pope, to Paolo Casolani Esq. of the Quarantine Department, brother of deceased

Vincent CASOLANI, born 5th June 1785, the son of Antonio and Gerolama, nee AGIUS, Casolani, in Valetta. Baptised 6th June in St.Dominic’s church, Porto Salvo, Valletta. Educated in England, returned to Malta. Appointed by Sir Alexander Ball to be his assistant private secretary, when about 18 years old. Married 19th August 1806, Antonia MAMO. Her parents were Joachim and Margherita Cachia Mannarino Mamo. Vincent and Antonia had nine children, seven boys and two girls. In October 1814 appointed Cashier at the Treasury, a post he held until 1838. On 28th May 1833, invested as Knight Commander of the Order of St.Michael and St.George by Sir Frederick Ponsonby. Died 11th March 1855, aged 69 years. Buried in the Parish Church of Porto Salvo, St.Domenic’s, Valletta

Ermenegilda CASSAR, born 22nd December 1879 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Frances CASSAR, spinster, of Senglea, married 26th October 1833, to Thomas COLLINS, Private, 7th Regiment

John CASSAR, born 20th June 1865 in Xewkija, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph CASSAR, born 24th April 1874 in Xewkija, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Dr. Lorenzo CASSAR, was appointed Palace Physician on 9th September 1800 by Sir Alexander Ball, but the post was abolished 19th August 1801. Men’s Hospital Medical Staff 1802, Senior Physician 1805

Michelangelo John Francis CASSAR, born 2nd May 1833 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Rose Eleanor Diana CASSAR, born 16th October 1835 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis CASSIDY, born in Malta about 1867, the son of Rose and John Cassidy. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Lambeth, London

Michael CASSIDY, born in Malta about 1846. Married. Living with his wife Bridget and family in Liverpool in 1881

Rose CASSIDY, born in Malta about 1871, the daughter of Rose and John Cassidy. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Lambeth, London

Violet CASSIDY, born 17th July 1864, the daughter of Jane and Loftus Cassidy

Denis CASSIN, born in Malta about 1817. Married. In 1881 living in Salford, Lancashire

Alexander CASSWELL, aged 24 years, buried 16th December 1838

Amelia Victoria CASTAGNA, the daughter of Antonio B. Castagna, married at the Archbishops Palace in Valletta on 16th May 1863, by the Reverend Gauchi Azzopardi, and on the 18th May at St.Paul’s Anglican Church by Reverend R.B. Howe, to John MILLARD, Royal Navy, HMS Medina

Elise Hilda CASTAGNA, the daughter of A.B. Castagna, of Cospicua, married 19th July 1862 at the Archbishop’s Palace in Valletta by Canon Dr.S. Cumbo and on the 28th July 1862 at St.Paul’s Anglican Church by Reverend R.B. Howe, to Henry Wright ANDREWS, 21+, bachelor, Assistant Paymaster, Royal Navy, the son of Henry and Amelia Andrews of Windsor

J. CASTIGAN, born in Malta about 1821. Living in Liverpool in 1851

T. CASTILLO, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1889. Third District Grand Principal 1894. Second District Grand Principal 1899

Catherine CASTLE, born about 1812 in Malta. Living in Wye, Kent, in 1851

Lucy CATERMOLE, born about 1810 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Harleston, Norfolk

Joseph CATANIA, born 16th May 1855 in Qrendi, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

John CATTLE, born in Malta about 1856. Working as a Butler in 1881 in Great Broughton, Cheshire, in the household of the Reverend Edward Campbell

Charles CATTRAN, aged 22 years, Seaman, died in the Civil Hospital, buried 11th March 1827

Francis CAUCHI, born 12th March 1861 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Paolo CAUCHI, born 17th April 1817 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Lydia CAVILL, born in Malta about 1834. Married. In 1881 a widow living in Sheffield

John CAYN, aged 40 years, seaman, buried 16th April 1856

Caterina CAZANI, aged 30 years, the daughter of Demetio Cazani of Naples, married 22nd April 1864, to John KEMP, aged 35 years, bachelor, from Edinburgh, the son of John Kemp, in the Greek Orthodox Chapel, Valletta. Witnesses: Giovanni Augusto Jennyson and his wife Maria Giuseppa Jennyson

Giovanni CERIONI, 21+, bachelor, born in Yesi, Ancona, Italy, married 6th January 1849 to, Josephine Covey STEVENS, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Lucinda Charlotte and William Stevens

Josephine CERIONI, born in Malta about 1832. Living in Frome, Somerset, in 1851

Mary Vincenza CESARIO, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of Antonio Cesario, married 13th December 1879, to John Gardiner WILLIS, aged 23 years, bachelor, Corporal, 98th Regiment, the son of Jeremiah Willis

Charles P. CHABOT, born in Malta about 1815. A retired Merchant living in Paddington, London, in 1881

James CHABOT, died 4th July 1850 in Mexico, for many years a resident of Malta

Mary CHADWICK, born in Malta about 1855. Married. The wife of William Chadwick. In 1881 living with her husband in Castleford, Yorkshire

William CHADWICK, born in Malta about 1854. Married. Living with his wife Mary in Castleford, Yorkshire, in 1881 where he worked as a Coal Miner

John W. CHALLEN, born in Malta about 1854, the son of Hannah and Thomas Challen. Living with his parents and family in Ardwick, Lancashire, in 1881

Charles CHALLINOR, born about 1827 in Malta. In 1851 living in Hulme, Lancashire

Charles CHALLINOR, born in Malta about 1836. Married. In 1881 living with his wife Margaret and their children in Calderbrook, Lancashire

Mary Elizabeth CHAMBERLAIN, aged 21 years, widow, the daughter of John BALDACCHINO, married 28th November 1881, to Alfred George MARRIAGE, aged 28 years, bachelor, Private, Ordnance Store Corps, the son of Alfred Marriage

Mary Ann CHAMBERLIN, born about 1818 in Malta. Living in Bristol in 1851

Albert CHAMBERS, born in Malta about 1850. In 1881 living in Painswick, Gloucestershire

Agnes CHAMBERS, born in Malta about 1835. Married. In 1881 living with her daughter Flora, in Portsea, Hampshire

Emily C. CHAMBERS, born in Malta about 1879, the daughter of Ellen and William S. Chambers. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Southampton

John CHAMBERS, died 24th September 1856, aged 58 years, Mate on the English barque Symmetry. Fell into an open cellar at Piazza Maggiore, Floriana

Sarah M. CHAMBERS, born in Malta about 1863, the daughter of Sarah and William Chambers. Living with her parents and family in Windle, Lancashire in 1881

William J. CHAMBERS, born in Malta about 1866, the son of Sarah and William Chambers. Living with his parents and family in Windle, Lancashire in 1881

William F. CHAMPION, born in Malta about 1865, the son of Lydia, nee Tibbert and William Champion. Living with his parents and family in Battersea, London, in 1881

Alice M. CHANDLER, born in Malta about 1867. In 1881 at Boarding School in Britford, Wiltshire

James CHANDLER, born about 1815 in Malta. Living in Lambeth, London, in 1851

Felix CHANTER, born in Malta about 1821. In 1881 living in the Sailor’s Home, LiverpoolFanny CHAPMAN, aged 24 years, spinster, married 13th October 1885, to Guest Fred HARDING, aged 25 years, bachelor, Engineer

H. CHAPMAN, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1852

Catherine CHAPMAN, born about 1821 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Hammersmith, London

John CHAPMAN, Deputy Marshall of the Vice Admiralty Court, failed to arrest Lord Cochrane when he saw he was armed, and resigned on 24th February 1811 from this post

John CHAPMAN, aged 48 years, seaman, buried 28th January 1869

Margaret CHAPMAN, born in Malta about 1841. Married. In 1881 living in Everton, Lancashire

Maria CHAPMAN, born in Malta about 1831. Married. In 1881 living with her children in Hackney, London

Robert CHAPMAN, resident Malta 1837, and electoral list 1849

Thomas CHAPMAN, aged 49 years, buried 13th November 1833

William CHAPMAN, Artificer in the Factory, October 1857

William Charles CHAPMAN, aged 22 years, bachelor, born Senglea, Malta, the son of William and Sabina Chapman, Engineer, HM Dockyard, married 8th July 1876, to Augusta Gertrude GILBERT, aged 20 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Richard and Maria Gilbert

Mary A. CHARLES, born about 1818 in Malta. Married. Living in London in 1851

Annie C. CHARLESWORTH, born in Malta about 1840. Married. In 1881 living in Plumstead, Kent

Amy Mildred CHARLTON, the daughter of W.H. Charlton of Northumberland, married 1879, to Sir Adrian DINGLI, widower for 22 years. One son born 30th August 1881, named Adrian. She died in 1920

Joseph CHARLTON, born in Malta about 1859. In 1881 living with his widowed mother Ellen Charlton in Hull

Reverend William CHARTERIS, widower, Presbyterian Minister, Corfu, married 28th October 1854, to Eliza LEWIS, spinster, the third daughter of the late William Lewis, Commissariat Department

Elizabeth CHATTEN, buried 19th May 1826, aged 39 years

Hans CHAUSSEN, aged 45 years, buried 2nd September 1863

Ann CHEATER, born in Malta about 1842. Married. Living with her husband Thomas Cheater in Brentwood, Essex, in 1881

Louisa CHEATER, born in Malta about 1863. Working as a Servant in Islington, London, in 1881

Mary CHEEK, born about 1812 in Malta. Married. Living in Boston, Lincolnshire, in 1851

Annie Elizabeth CHEESEMAN, born 19th August 1875, the daughter of William Henry and Annie Cheeseman

Minnie Louisa CHEESEMAN, born 22nd December 1873, the daughter of William Henry and Annie Cheeseman

William Robert CHEESEMAN, born 22nd June 1877, the son of William Henry and Annie Cheeseman

Calcedonia CHERI (? XERRI), born in Malta about 1821. In 1851 in Prison in Clerkenwell, London

Septimus Gabbin CHERRY, aged 30 years, bachelor, the son of William Cherry, married 9th July 1896, to Mary Alice Cox BROWN, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Francis John Brown

Alexander Arthur Ian Austen CHESNEY, born 28th August 1896, the son of Major Alexander George Chesney, of South Staffordshire Regiment, Adjutant of the Royal Malta Regiment of Militia, and his wife, Rosalie Mary Josephine dei Baroni Sceberras d’Amico. She was the daughter of 15th Baron of Castel Cicciano

Carmel Joseph CHETCUTI, born 4th June 1854 in Senglea, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmela Clementina Evangelista CHETCUTI, born 28th August 1842 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Reverend Don Paolo CHETCUTI. Died 22nd February 1898, aged 56 years. Organist at Mosta Church

Rosa CHETCUTI, 21+, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of Giovanni and Anne Chetcuti, married 9th June 1864 to, James MEAKIN, 21+, bachelor, born in Birmingham, late Private, 25th Regiment, the son of Samuel and Elizabeth Meakin

Married 8th November 1871 at HM Consulate Alexandria, Egypt, W. CHEVALIER, to Emily COOK, the second daughter of J.H. Cook, of Liverpool

Catherine CHEVESICH, born 5th July 1857 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

William CHEVESICH, born 22nd April 1826 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Rosario CHIARAMONTE, aged 55 years, buried 30th June 1870

Alexander Palmer Bruce CHICHESTER, born 24th December 1842, the son of Caroline and Sir Bruce Chichester. In 1851 living in Arlington, Devon

Rt. Hon. Lord Hamilton Francis CHICHESTER, aged 44 years, buried 6th January 1854

Charles Alexander CHICK, aged 28 years, bachelor, the son of Frank Chick, married 22nd November 1893, to Elizabeth Ellen GOODENOUGH, aged 25 years, spinster, of Cowes, Isle of Wight, the daughter of Thomas Goodenough

Augusta Elizabeth CHIFFELLE, born 6th May 1830, the daughter of Francis Louis and Elizabeth Chiffelle

Charlotte White CHIFFELLE, born 21st September 1833, the daughter of Elizabeth and Francois Louis Chiffelle

Francois Louis CHIFFELLE, 21+, widower, from Berne, Switzerland, married 2nd July 1829, to Elizabeth WHITE, aged 21+, spinster, from Kirkaldy, Fife

Louis CHIFFELLE, born 17th November 1831, the son of Elizabeth and Francois Louis Chiffelle

W.W. CHILCOTT, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1900

Anne CHILD, buried 8th August 1821, aged 2 years

Elizabeth CHILDS, born 23rd September 1821, the daughter of Martha and William Childs

Joseph CHILDS, born 15th March 1825, the son of William and Martha Childs

Sarah Ann CHILDS, born 1st May 1819, the daughter of Martha and William Childs

Frances CHILIA, aged 31 years, spinster, the daughter of John Chilia, married 29th September 1894, to Richard PUDDLE, aged 29 years, bachelor, Gunner, the son of Richard Puddle

Elizabeth CHILMAN, born about 1814 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Westminster, London

Elizabeth CHILMAN, born in Malta about 1815. The wife of Thomas Chilman. In 1881 living with her husband in Marylebone, London

B. CHIMMO, Naval Storekeeper in 1847

John CHIPPENDALE, aged 23 years, buried 9th July 1838

Henry CHIPPERFIELD, born in Malta about 1855, the son of Margaret and David Chipperfield. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Elswick, Northumberland

Giuseppa CHIRCOPP, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of John Chircopp, married 24th February 1886, to John BLEASE, aged 22 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of John Blease

John A. CHISHAM, born in Malta about 1869. In 1881 living in Portsea, Hampshire

Mary A. CHISHAM, born in Malta about 1866. In 1881 living in Portsea, Hampshire

Sophia CHIVLOW, aged 18 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of John and Ellen Chivlow, married 29th January 1878, to Joshua THOMPSON, aged 34 years, bachelor, of Blackburn, Lancashire, the son of John and Margaret Thompson, Lance-Corporal, 101st Regiment

Caroline CHOISE, born in Malta about 1822. Married. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

William CHOISE, born in Malta about 1849. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

Frances T.C. CHOLMONDELEY, born in Malta about 1838. Married. In 1881 living with her husband Henry Vere Cholmondeley, in Burnham, Buckinghamshire

Martina CHRICIOLA, aged 21 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Angello Chriciola, married 27th January 1879, to Joseph LACEY, aged 30 years, bachelor, of Crewkerne, the son of Henry Lacey, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Selina CHRISP, born in Malta about 1860. Married. In 1881 living with her husband Robert H. Chrisp in Bishopwearmouth, Durham

Alfred CHRISTIAN, 21+, bachelor, born in Amsterdam, Banker, the son of Susanne and the late Samuel Christian of Malta, married 5th May 1855 to, Fanny Emily HALL, 21+, spinster, born in Edinburgh, the youngest daughter of the late Captain Basil Hall, Royal Navy, and his wife Margaret

Alfred CHRISTIAN, President of the Anglo-Maltese Bank 1877

Alfred CHRISTIAN, died 30th October 1887. He is buried in Nimes, France. He was born 18th December 1820

Alfred CHRISTIAN, living 117 Strada San Domenico, Valletta, electoral list 1852. Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1853 - 1887, President 1862 - 1884 and 1887

Basil Ewan CHRISTIAN, born 8th April 1856, the son of Fanny Emily and Alfred Christian

Charles Arbuthnot CHRISTIAN, born 31st August 1862, the son of Fanny Emily and Aldred Christian

Dorothy CHRISTIAN, born 19th October 1900, the daughter of Alfred James and Edith Harriett Christian, Banker, of Valletta

Edward CHRISTIAN, born 10th July 1830, the son of Samuel Christian and Susanne his wife

Edward CHRISTIAN, died 18th March 1838, aged 7 years 6 months, the son of Samuel and Susanne Christian

Edward William CHRISTIAN, born 31st May 1857, the son of Fanny Emily and Alfred Christian

Emma Josephine CHRISTIAN, born 16th June 1836, the daughter of Samuel and Susanne Christian

Emma Josephine CHRISTIAN, died 31st December 1836, aged 6 months 2 weeks, the daughter of Samuel and Susanne Christian

Ewan CHRISTIAN, born 23rd September 1833, the son of Samuel and Susanne Christian

Ewan CHRISTIAN, a Banker resident in Alexandria, Egypt, married 10th September 1864 at Palermo, Sicily, to Caroline WHITAKER, the youngest daughter of Joseph Whitaker of Palermo

Frances Maria CHRISTIAN, born 25th September 1824, the daughter of Susanne and Samuel Christian

Francis Campbell CHRISTIAN, born 24th October 1859, the son of Fanny Emily and Alfred Christian. Died 9th April 1868, aged 8 years

George CHRISTIAN, born in Malta about 1825. A retired Merchant living in Westminster, London, in 1881

George CHRISTIAN, born in Malta about 1842. Married. In 1881 Chaplain of Uppingham School, Rutland

George CHRISTIAN, born 2nd December 1825, the son of Samuel Christian and Susanne

George CHRISTIAN, born 19th September 1841, the son of Mary Colley and Robert Syers Christian, of Liverpool

Gerard CHRISTIAN, born 2nd June 1867, the son of Fanny Emily and Alfred Christian. The twin brother of Victor. In 1881 attending Cheltenham College, Cheltenham

Gladys Margaret CHRISTIAN, born 10th April 1895, the daughter of Edith Harriett and Alfred James Christian, Banker, of Valletta

Henry CHRISTIAN, born 29th October 1828, the son of Samuel Christian and Susanne his wife

Jane CHRISTIAN, born 11th March 1832, the daughter of Susanne and Samuel Christian

Jane CHRISTIAN, aged 23 years 10 months, buried 19th January 1856

Margaret Eliza CHRISTIAN, born 3rd December 1863, the daughter of Frances Emily and Alfred Christian

Peter CHRISTIAN, aged 54 years, seaman, buried 10th July 1862

Robert CHRISTIAN, born 1st June 1827, the son of Susanne and Samuel Christian. He was buried 3rd June 1828, aged 12 months

Robert Sayers CHRISTIAN, aged 35 years, buried 22nd December 1841

Mrs CHRISTIAN, the wife of Samuel Christian, gave birth to a son 11th July 1838, at Stonehouse, near Plymouth

Samuel CHRISTIAN, President of the Anglo-Maltese Bank 1846

Samuel CHRISTIAN, President of the Anglo-Maltese Bank in 1847. Living 117 Strada San Domenico, Valletta, electoral list 1852. Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1848 - 1852

Victor CHRISTIAN, born 2nd June 1867, the son of Fanny Emily and Alfred Christian. The twin brother of Gerard. In 1881 attending Cheltenham College, Cheltenham

George CHRISTIE, 21+, widower, born in London, the son of George and Charlotte Harvey Christie, married 10th June 1869 to, Maria Emilia SPINELLI, 21+, spinster, born in Naples, the daughter of Ferdinando and Elessabetta Spinelli

Lilias M. CHRISTIE, born in Malta about 1850. In 1881 living in Cheltenham

Litteria CHRISTIE, born in Malta about 1820. Married. In 1881 living in Cheltenham

Thomas CHRISTOPHER, born 16th January 1862, the son of Mary Anne and William Cooper Christopher

William Watkins CHUBB, buried 25th April 1819, aged 30 years, Master of a Merchant ship from Bristol

Harriet S. CHUDLEIGH, born in Malta about 1865, the daughter of Elizabeth and William Chudleigh. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Gillingham, Kent, where her father was a Prison Warder

B. CHURCHWARD, 2nd Clerk, Naval Arsenal in 1849

N.H. CHURCHWARD, resident in Malta, October 1857

William CHURNSIDE, born in Malta about 1864, the son of Bridget and Lazarus Churnside. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Sharples, Lancashire

Annie CHURNSIDES, born in Malta about 1861. Working as a Parlour Maid in Binsted, Hampshire

Dr. Giuseppe CIAJA, Women’s Hospital Medical Staff 1802, Men’s Hospital Senior Physician, 1805

Maria Carmela CIGLIA, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Francis and Maria Fenech Ciglia, married 16th January 1872, to Edward BETTIS, 21+, bachelor, Private, 48th Regiment, High Ongar, Essex, the son of John and Mary Bettis

Edouard CILIA, born 5th September 1879 in Mqabba, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Margaret CILIA, aged 22 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Michael Cilia, married 17th September 1863 to, Evan JONES, aged 36 years, bachelor, born in Llanluthlen, Private, 25th Regiment, the son of John Jones

Francis CINI, born 14th November 1834 in Naxxar, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph CINI, born 20th March 1829 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Mary Anne CINI, 21+, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of Salvo and Modesta CAMENZULI, married 22nd October 1860 to, Simon BURROWS, 21+, bachelor, born in Norwich, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Simon and Kisiak Burrows

Salvatore CINI, born 1st August 1861 in Mellieha, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

CLARENDON Clarendon Hotel at 59 Strada San Paolo, Valletta, in 1847

Ann CLARK, born in Malta about 1841. Married. In 1881 a widow living in Brinnington, Cheshire, with her son James Clark

Elizabeth CLARK, aged 24 years, buried 3rd March 1856

Frances J. CLARK, born in Malta about 1872, the daughter of Sarah and Sydney Clark. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Chelsea, London. Her father was Chaplain of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea

Harry Hanbury CLARK, aged 32 years, bachelor, Merchant, the son of John Clark deceased, Banker, married 1898, to Harriet Alice TWELVES, aged 31 years, spinster, the daughter of George Twelves deceased

Jane CLARK, born about 1821 in Malta. Living in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 1851

Mabel A. CLARK, born in Malta about 1871, the daughter of Sarah and Sydney Clark. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Chelsea, London. Her father was Chaplain of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea

Sarah CLARK, nee Phipps, born in Malta about 1855. Married. In 1881 living with her husband John Clark and family in Welwyn, Hertfordshire

Sarah CLARK, born in Malta about 1826. Married. In 1881 an Inmate in Medway Union Workhouse, Chatham, Kent

Reverend Sydney CLARK, his wife gave birth to a son at Floriana, 6th May 1869

Born on 6th January 1872, a daughter to the wife of the Reverend Sydney CLARK

Thomas CLARK, 21+, bachelor, born in Glasgow, the son of Robert and Jane Martha Clark, married 21st March 1857 to, Harriet Hyde PORTER, 21+, widow, born in Calcutta, the daughter of Philip and Ann HUNT

William CLARK, Sailmaker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Albert E. CLARKE, born in Malta about 1867, the son of Caroline and Eli Clarke. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Chichester Barracks, Sussex

Annie CLARKE, born in Malta about 1853. Married. The wife of Richard Clarke, living with her husband and family in 1881 in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire

Cornelius CLARKE, born about 1804 in Malta. Living in St.George in the East, London, in 1851

Eleanor A. CLARKE, born in Malta about 1873, the daughter of Agnes and David Clarke. In 1881 living with her parents and family in St.Leonards, Sussex

Eliza CLARKE, born about 1815 in Malta. Living in London in 1851

Emma CLARKE, born in Malta about 1873, the daughter of Agnes and David Clarke. In 1881 living with her parents and family in St.Leonards, Sussex

Dr George CLARKE, aged 70 years, died 1st March 1850 on Gozo. He had lived there for many years

George E. CLARKE, born in Malta about 1867, the son of Sarah and Patrick H. Clarke. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Tackley, Oxfordshire, where his father was a Schoolmaster

Martha A. CLARKE, born in Malta about 1861. Married. In 1881 living with her husband John S. Clarke and their children in Portsea, Hampshire

Mary Ellen CLARKE, born 7th February 1869, the daughter of David and Agnes Clarke

William CLARKE, born in Malta about 1870, the son of Sarah and William Clarke. In 1881 living with his parents and family in NorthamptonLouisa CLAXON, born about 1817 in Malta. Living in St.George in the East, London, in 1851

James H. CLAVELL, born in Malta about 1869, the son of John and M.A. Clavell. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Woolwich, Kent

Richard CLAVELL, born in Malta about 1873, the son of John and M.A. Clavell. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Woolwich, Kent

Julia CLAXTON, born in Malta about 1858. Married. In 1881 living with her husband James Claxton and their children in Portsea, Hampshire

Katherine F.G. CLAY, born in Malta about 1872. In 1881 living in Croydon Surrey

Eliza CLAYTON, from Tipperary, married 1st May 1851 to, Richard RYALL, Sergeant, 44th Regiment, from Dublin

Agatha CLEAVE, died 30th June 1867 at her residence in Misida, the widow of Richard Cleave, formerly Deputy Purveyor to the Forces

Mr. CLEAVE, Purveyor Civil Hospitals, lived in an apartment at Camerata, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Richard CLEAVE, died 15th September 1850 in Birchicara, aged 74 years. Purveyor to H.M. Forces, and previously Purveyor of Civil Hospitals

Walter L. CLEMENTS, born in Malta about 1861. Married. In 1881 living with his wife Sarah and son Walter in Dover, Kent

William CLEMENTS, born about 1825 in Malta. In 1851 a Musician at Sandhurst Military College, BerkshireS.H. CLERKE, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1860

Bessie Frances Kathleen CLEUGH, born 16th September 1851, the daughter of Elizabeth Frances and the Reverend John Cleugh

Bessie Frances Kathleen CLEUGH, buried 14th July 1853, aged 21 months

Charles Hamilton Frere CLEUGH, born 23rd June 1846, the son of Elizabeth Frances and the Reverend John Cleugh

Emily Sarah CLEUGH, born 29th January 1841, the daughter of Elizabeth Frances and the Reverend John Cleugh

George Bourchier Le Mesurier CLEUGH, born 1st July 1849, the son of Elizabeth Frances and the Reverend John Cleugh

Reverend John CLEUGH, was appointed Chaplain to the Government in 1824 and carried out his duties in the Palace Chapel, which was located within the Governor’s Palace, Valletta. He lived at 58 Strada Britannica, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825. When St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral was opened in November 1844 he took charge there, and served the Protestant community for a total of 53 years until ill health forced him to retire in 1877. He lived with his wife Elizabeth Francis Cleugh nearby at 114 Strada Vescovo, Valletta, and was 89 years old when he died on 25th March 1881

Reverend John CLEUGH, bachelor, Chaplain to the Government, married 21st February 1839, to Elizabeth Frances BAYLEY, spinster, the daughter of Major Charles Andrews Bayley, Inspector of Police on Gozo

Charles CLEUGTON, died 27th October 1832, he arrived on the Sloop Raleigh, from Nauplia. Died in the Lazaretto

Robert CLEVELAND, died Thursday 27th April 1848, aged 25 years. Captain of the Schooner Porcupine of London, he had been seriously ill on the voyage from Liverpool

Catherine CLEVERDON, buried 14th February 1830, aged 4 weeks, the daughter of George and Catherine Cleverdon

Catherine CLEVERDON, aged 45 years, buried 31st October 1834

Charles Joseph Wheeler CLEVERDON, born 11th March 1828, the son of George and Catherine Cleverdon

David Morgan CLEVERDON, born 11th March 1832, the son of George and Catherine Cleverdon

George William CLEVERDON, born 5th April 1827, the son of George and Catherine Cleverdon,

Edith Marian CLEVERTON, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Frederick William Cleverton, married 2nd March 1889, to Graham HEWLETT, aged 24 years, bachelor, Asst.Paymaster, Royal Navy, the son of William Hewlett

Thomas CLIBBORN, aged 45 years, Major, Bombay Native Infantry. Buried 6th May 1844

E.L. CLIFTON, buried 19th December 1854

Francis R. CLIFTON, Victualler to Royal Navy in 1847. Living at Officio delle Vettovalie, Vittoriosa, 1852. Royal Dockyard Artillery Battalion, Captain in the Victualling Yard Company 1856

G. CLINQUANT MD, died 26th April 1868, at Citta Vecchia, the Superintendent of Santo Spirito Hospital

John P. CLOWES, born in Malta about 1865. In 1881 attending Cheltenham College, Cheltenham

Albert CLOWN, aged 24 years, seaman, buried 4th August 1870

Mary Ann COATE, born in Malta about 1865. In 1881 living in Taunton, Somerset

Adelaide COATES, born in Malta about 1856. Married. In 1881 living in Liverpool with her husband Robert S. Coates and their daughter Lillian

Alice Ann COATES, born in Malta about 1850. Married. In 1881 living with her husband James Coates and their children in Chesterfield

Mary A. COATES, born in Malta about 1834. Married. In 1881 a widow living in Portsea, Hampshire, with a daughter and grandson

Robert Salisbury COATES, aged 27 years, widower, of Liverpool, the son of John and Elizabeth Coates, married 11th February 1878, to Adelaide CALLEJA, aged 24 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Joseph and Rosina Calleja

Amelia COBDEN, born 2nd April 1830, the daughter of Edward and Catherine Ann Cobden. In 1851 living in Portsmouth

Ann COCHRANE, buried 15th September 1831

James COCHRANE, buried 19th September 1831

Elizabeth Thomas COCK, aged 20 years, spinster, married 23rd May 1892, to Arthur MATTHEWS, aged 24 years, bachelor, Shipwright, HMS Dreadnought.

Harry Spurrell COCKBURN, born in Malta about 1876, the son of Lucy and William Cockburn. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Aldershot, Hampshire

Helen Louisa COCKBURN, born in Malta about 1870, the daughter of Ellen and John Cockburn. In 1881 living with her parents and family in the Shoeburyness Garrison, Essex

Marian E. COCKBURN, born in Malta about 1874. Living in Islington, London, in 1881

Thomas Forster COCKBURN, died 6th January 1858, aged 50 years, Master Mariner. He left a widow

Walter George COCKBURN, born in Malta about 1872, the son of Ellen and John Cockburn. In 1881 living with his parents and family in the Shoeburyness Garrison, Essex

Kate COCKETT, born in Malta about 1862. Married. In 1881 living in Greenwich, Kent, with her husband Charles H. Cockett

John Foy COCKRANE, died 27th January 1841, aged 35 years, from Exeter, Devon

R. COCKRANE, died 1836

Stewart CODRINGTON, born in Malta about 1875, the son of C. Gertrude Codrington. In 1881 living with his widowed mother and family in Walcot, Somerset

Giuseppe COEN, appointed Interpreter at the Criminal Court, 24th July 1815. A post he held for many years. He died 5th July 1851

In 1833, Giuseppe Pace COEN, grandson of Joseph Anthony Cohen, a coffee-house keeper in Valletta. He still received the pension granted to him by Grand Master Emmanuel Pinto for disclosing a plot by Turkish slaves to revolt and take over the island in 1749

Lorenzo COEN, Solicitor, active 1823

In 1833, Salvatore COEN, 3rd Clerk, Civil Court. Copyist, First Hall of the Civil Court, 1855

In 1833 Vincenza COEN, granddaughter of Joseph Anthony Cohen, a coffee-house keeper in Valletta. She still received the pension granted to him by Grand Master Emmanuel Pinto for disclosing a plot by Turkish slaves to revolt and take over the island in 1749

C.E. COFFEY, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1879, 1880

Reverend Thomas Lloyd COGHLAN, appointed in September 1864, the first Roman Catholic Military Chaplain for Roman Catholics in the British forces stationed in Malta. Resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Louisa Ellen COHOON, aged 20 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Walter and Caroline Cohoon, married 2nd August 1877, to Charles LIPPETT, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Herefordshire, the son of Hannah and Charles Clifft Lippett, Corporal, Royal Artillery

Frederick COLBOURNE, born in Malta about 1856. Married. In 1881 living with his wife Martha and their daughter Martha, in Portsea, Hampshire

George Kervell COLBOURNE, born in Malta about 1862, the son of George and Caroline Colbourne. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Portsea, Hampshire

Louis Henry COLBOURNE, born in Malta about 1864, the son of George and Caroline Colbourne. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Portsea, Hampshire

William Robert COLBOURNE, born in Malta about 1859, the son of George and Caroline Colbourne. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Portsea, Hampshire

Samuel Reynolds COLBY, born 11th January 1864, the son of Isabella S.J. and the Reverend Edmund Reynolds Colby

Samuel R. COLBY, born in Malta about 1864, the son of Isabella and Edwin Colby. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Tonbridge, Kent. His father was a Clergyman

Amelia COLE, born in Malta about 1858, the daughter of Kate and William Cole. In 1881 working as a School Teacher and living with her parents in Leeds. Her father was an Army Pensioner

Edward COLE, born in Malta about 1821. Married. In 1881 living in Bradford, Yorkshire, with his wife Ann and ten year old granddaughter Ann

Elizabeth COLE, born about 1846 in Malta, the daughter of Margaret and William Cole. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Woolwich, Kent

Frederick COLE, 21+, bachelor, Purser, s.s. Retriever, the son of Henry Cole, married 2nd October 1882, to Mary Ann COWDEROY, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Charles Cowderoy

Jane COLE, born about 1814 in Malta. In 1851 living in Westminster, London

John COLE, born about 1850 in Malta, the son of Margaret and William Cole. In 1851 living with his parents and family in Woolwich, Kent

Mary Jane COLE, born about 1845 in Malta, the daughter of Margaret and William Cole. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Woolwich, Kent

William COLE, aged 17 years, seaman, buried 24th October 1860

E. COLEBROOK, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1890

Amelia COLEIRO, aged 22 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of John and Caroline Coleiro, married 26th January 1864 to, William HAYES, aged 27 years, bachelor, born in Greenwich, Kent, Plumber, the son of William and Hannah Hayes

Amelia HAYES, 21+, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of John and Caroline COLEIRO, married 16th November 1868 to, John WADSWORTH, 21+, bachelor, born in Macclesfield, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of John and Ann Wadsworth

Emily COLEIRO, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of John and Caroline Coleiro, married 24th December 1868 to, Charles WILSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Plymouth, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of John and Ann Wilson

Julia COLEIRO, aged 18 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of John Coleiro, married 1st December 1863 to, Eli WADSWORTH, aged 22 years, bachelor, born in Macclesfield, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of John Wadsworth

Madeleine COLEIRO, the daughter of John Coleiro, married 24th September 1860 to,Thomas BLACKBURN, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Mary Ann COLEIRO, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of John and Caroline Coleiro, married 10th April 1871, to William LOOKER, 21+, bachelor, of Kingston-on- Thames, Surrey, the son of Edward and Mary Ann Looker

Edward COLEMAN, born in Malta about 1864, the son of Rose and John Coleman. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Cleveland Hotel, Thornaby, Yorkshire

Elizabeth COLEMAN, born in Malta about 1856. In 1881 living in Brighton, Sussex

Georgiana COLEMAN, born in Malta about 1876, the daughter of Annie and William Coleman. In 1881 living with her parents in Yoxford, Suffolk

John COLEMAN, born in Malta about 1841. Married. In 1881 living with his wife Mary and family in Hulme, Lancashire

Rose COLEMAN, born in Malta about 1844. Married. The wife of John Coleman. In 1881 living with her husband and family in Cleveland Hotel, Thornaby, Yorkshire

Samuel Taylor COLERIDGE, Public Secretary, 1804 to 1805

Charles COLEY, born in Malta about 1867, the son of Jane and Abraham Coley. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Plumstead, Kent

Francis COLEY, born in Malta about 1863, the son of Jane and Abraham Coley. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Plumstead, Kent

John COLEY, born in Malta about 1865. Working as a Servant in 1881 in Plumstead, Kent

Liberata COLLETT, died on the 18th December 1847, aged 62 years, the wife of Francesco Collett. She left a husband plus a son and daughter

Thomas COLLEY, born in Malta about 1853. In 1881 living with his widower father and family in Kingston on Thames, Surrey

John COLLIFER, aged 34 years, buried 25th November 1859

Anna Maria COLLINGS, died Tuesday 6th June 1837, in Vittoriosa, aged 4 years, the eldest daughter of Thomas Collings, H.M. Victualling Department

Anne Louisa Catherine COLLINGS, born 19th July 1820, the daughter of Joseph Beckett and Jane Elizabeth Collings

Ann Millicent COLLINGS, buried 20th August 1826, aged 58 years

Charles COLLINGS, born about 1840 in Malta, the son of Maria and Thomas Collings. In 1851 living with his parents in Lambeth, London

Charles H.J. COLLINGS, born in Malta about 1840. Married. In 1881 living with his wife Catherine and their children in Portsmouth, where he was Secretary of the Royal Navy Club

Elizabeth COLLINGS, buried 10th September 1825, aged 1 year

George COLLINGS, aged 40 years, American seaman, buried 14th September 1856

Jane Elizabeth COLLINGS, buried 1st November 1826, aged 23 years

Joseph Beckett Henry COLLINGS, born 11th October 1821, the son of Joseph Beckett and Jane Elizabeth Collings

Joseph Becket Henry COLLINGS, 21+, bachelor, born Malta, the son of Joseph Becket Collings and the late Jane Collings, married 3rd April 1853, to Georgina Jemima Maria BOURCHIER, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Richard James Bourchier and his first wife Mary Campbell

Joseph B.H. COLLINGS, appointed to the Board of Health, 6th October 1857

Dr. Joseph Henry Becket COLLINGS, living at 81 Strada Ponente, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Maria COLLINGS, born about 1809 in Malta, the wife of Thomas Collings. In 1851 living with her husband and children in Lambeth, London

Thomas COLLINGS, bachelor, from Alverstoke, Southampton, resident Cospicua, HM Civil Naval Service, married 5th May 1832, to Maria Carmela SAPIANO, spinster, of Valletta

Thomas COLLINGS, resident in Malta 1837

Thomas COLLINGS, aged 70 years, buried 24th November 1833

William COLLINGS, aged 32 years, seaman, buried 5th September 1855

W.A. COLLINGS, Freemason, Senior Warden The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1889. Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1891, 1892

Ann COLLINS, of Middlesex, married 29th May 1841, to David GOURLY, Sergeant, 77th Regiment

Ann COLLINS, born about 1805 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

Elizabeth COLLINS, born about 1816 in Malta. In 1851 living in Stockport, Cheshire

Elizabeth J. COLLINS, born in Malta about 1855. In 1881 working as a Servant in Wavertree, Lancashire

Michael COLLINS, born in Malta about 1868, the son of Mary and John Collins. In 1881 living with his parents and family in London

Sidney J. COLLINS, born in Malta about 1869, the son of Eliza and James Collins. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Ramsgate, Kent

COLLIS & Williams, about 1890 opened a Chemists Shop at 126 Strada Teatro, Valletta

Francis COLLISON, born in Malta about 1847. In 1881 living in Bushey, Hertfordshire, with his wife Alice

Henry COLLISON, died 3rd June 1847, he arrived on the English ship Lord Palmerston, from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto, from dysentery

Mary Melita COLLISON, born 9th February 1867, the daughter of Catherine and Thomas Bernard Collison

Margaret COLEMAN, born about 1831 in Malta. Working as a Servant in Liverpool in 1851

James Richard COLNETT, aged 66 years, buried 13th January 1859

Kathleen Isabel COLSON, born 26th May 1900, the daughter of Charles Henry and Bessie Isabel Maud Colson, Civil Engineer

Richard COLWELL, aged 30 years, seaman, buried 4th April 1871

Carmela COMER, born in Malta about 1825. Married. In 1881 a widow living in Tranmere, Cheshire, with her children

Carmela T.V.A. COMER, born about 1825 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Greenwich, London

James COMFORT, aged 28 years, seaman, buried 30th January 1844

Alice Elizabeth COMPTON, born 15th June 1854, the daughter of Eliza Harriet and the Lord William Compton

James COMPTON, buried 29th December 1849 in the Lazaretto, he arrived from Alexandria. Died on board ship. Carpenter by trade

James H . COMPTON, born in Malta about 1874. In 1881 living with his widowed mother Jane Compton and his sister Grace, in Portsea, Hampshire

Michael CONAVEN, born in Malta about 1871, the son of Bridget and Robert Conaven. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Salford, Lancashire

William CONDERMINE, aged 27 years, bachelor, from Guernsey, Deputy Assistant Commissary General, married 31st December 1822, to Martha HENNEN, of Castlebar, Ireland, the daughter of Dr.John Hennen, Deputy Inspector of Hospitals Malta

Kate CONNELL, born in Malta about 1868, the daughter of Bridget and John Connell. Living with her parents and family in Bradford, Yorkshire, in 1881

Mrs CONNOLLY the wife of J.H. Connolly, Civil Staff, Royal Engineers Department, gave birth to a daughter 1st June 1863 in St.Julians

Margaret CONNOR, born about 1817 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Portsea, Hampshire

Michael CONNOR, wine & spirits shop, active 1815

Alice M.E. CONOLLY, aged 14 months, buried 7th November 1865

Eveline Hiloise CONOLLY, aged 3 years, the daughter of J.H. Conolly, buried 7th January 1871

J.H. CONOLLY, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1867, 1868, 1871. Deputy District Grand Master in 1870

John Philip CONOLLY, aged 3 years 10 months, buried 3rd June 1870

J. CONROY, 56 Strada Stretta, Valletta, early photographer on Malta

James CONROY, 21+, widower, of Eton, Bedfordshire, the son of John and Mary Conroy, Photographer, married 17th May 1872, to Adelaide ANESCHI, 21+, spinster, born Reggio, Italy, the daughter of Pompilio and Rosa Aneschi

Jane CONROY, aged 2 years, buried 21st December 1861

Joseph CONROY, born in Malta about 1858. In 1881 living with his widower father James Conroy and family in Battersea, London

Sarah Jane CONROY, aged 52 years, the widow of James Conroy, buried 8th December 1871. Born in England

William J. CONROY, born in Malta about 1846. In 1881 living in Birmingham

Walter Arthur CONSTANTINIDI, born 13th October 1894, the son of Constantine and Louisa Constantinidi, Cashier, Imperial Ottoman Bank, Cyprus

Philip Ludovico CONTARINI, born 28th September 1865, in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmela CONTI, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Paolo Conti, married 12th April 1886, to George Henry GREGORY, aged 28 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of Thomas Gregory

Alexander COOCK, died 23rd October 1832, he arrived on the Sloop Raleigh, from Nauplia. Died in the Lazaretto

Annie COOK, born in Malta about 1874, the daughter of Mary and John Cook. Living with her parents and family in Paddington, London, in 1881

Clare COOK, born in Malta about 1872, the daughter of Mary and John Cook. Living with her parents and family in Paddington, London, in 1881

Married 8th November 1871 at HM Consulate Alexandria, Egypt, Emily COOK, the second daughter of J.H. Cook, of Liverpool, to W. CHEVALIER

Henry COOK, born in Malta about 1870, the son of Elizabeth and George Cook. Living with his parents and family in Wallsend, Northumberland, in 1881

Reverend James Churchill COOK, aged 30 years, buried 31st March 1857

Lilan Ruby COOK, born 31st December 1888, the daughter of Mary Ann and William Edward Cook, Master at Flore’s College

Margaret Elizabeth COOK, aged 18 years, the daughter of Richard Cook, married 5th May 1886, to Henry DOWKER, aged 26 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Engineers, the son of John Dowker

Richard COOK, living at 43 Strada Zaccaria, Valletta, 1895 electoral list

Robert COOK, seaman, aged 18 years, buried 19th January 1847

William COOK, aged 25 years, seaman, buried 21st May 1862

W.E. COOK, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1891. District Grandscribe E, the District Grand Chapter 1895. Second District Grand Principal 1893

Elizabeth COOKE, buried 27th August 1830, aged 54 years, the wife of Solomon Cooke, Shipbuilder

Joseph COOKE, born about 1800 in Malta. In 1851 living in Nottingham

Robert COOLE, aged 45 years, buried 6th June 185

Mary J. COOLICAN, born in Malta about 1854. Married. In 1881 living with her husband Joseph Coolican and their children in Chesterfield

Giovanni COOMBS, living at 112 Strada Stretta, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Giuseppe COOMBS, appointed Sergeant 1st Class, in the Police Force, August 1870

Charlotte M. COOMBES, nee Hawkins, born in Malta about 1839. Married. In 1881 living with her husband Edward Coombes and their children in Paignton, Devon. John COOMBES, aged 41 years, Master of the English Barque Mary Ellen, buried 24th November 1854

William G. COON, born in Malta about 1875. In 1881 living with his mother Esther Coon in Kessingland, Suffolk

Sarah COONEY, born in Malta about 1871, the daughter of Johanna and John Cooney. Living with her parents and family in Chatham, Kent, in 1881

Agnes COOPER, born in Malta about 1860. Working as a Servant in Enfield, Middlesex, in 1881

D. COOPER, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1888

Emily COOPER, 21+, widow, of Pembroke Dock, South Wales, the daughter of George and Emily THOMAS, married 18th August 1873, to James CARTER, 21+, widower, of Herrington, Somerset, the son of Henry and Mary Carter, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 13th Regiment

Emma COOPER, born in Malta about 1856. In 1881 living in Bath, Somerset

Emma Sarah Margaret COOPER, born 5th November 1852, the daughter of Harriet and John Cooper

Francis T. COOPER, born in Malta about 1844. Married. In 1881 living with his wife Eliza and their children in Hackney, London

Harriet Ann COOPER, born 3rd November 1848, the daughter of Harriet Ann and John Cooper

Henry COOPER, died 16th December 1843, aged 35 years. Master of the brig Eliza of London

Henry COOPER, born 17th October 1846, the son of Harriet and John Cooper

John COOPER, 21+, bachelor, from Lynn, Norfolk, married 8th March 1841 to, Harriet DAVIS, 21+, spinster

Maria COOPER, the wife of Thomas Walter Cooper and daughter of Captain Radcliffe of Surbition Hill, Surrey, died 11th May 1866 in Sliema, aged 31 years

Mary COOPER, born in Malta about 1851. In 1881 living in Hove, Sussex

Mary Eliza COOPER, born 30th September 1850, the daughter of Helen and John Cooper

Mary J. COOPER, born in Malta about 1857. In 1881 working as a Housemaid in Fareham, Hampshire

Sidney Harrington COOPER, born 29th September 1861, the son of Fanny Eliza and Tyrrell Cooper

Thomas COOPER, aged 45 years, seaman, buried 31st May 1864

William COOPER, born in Malta about 1832. Married. In 1881 living with his wife Eliza and their children in Camberwell, London

William COOPER, Caulker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

William Henry COOPER, 21+, widower, born in Dover, Kent, employee in HM Dockyard, the son of John and Charlotte Cooper, married 3rd April 1853 to, Emma BARRY, 21+, widow, born in Devonport, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah SCOTT

William Henry COOPER, born 29th October 1856, the son of Harriet and John Cooper

William James COOPER, aged 25 years, buried 11th October 1839

William COPEL, living at 184 Strada San Giuseppe, Senglea, electoral list 1852

Robert COPELAND, 21+, bachelor, of Queen’s County, Ireland, the son of John and Anne Copeland, married 12th March 1875, to Teresa MAMO, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Calcedonio and Maria Mamo

Alexander COPPER, born in Malta about 1847. In 1881 living in Paddington, London

Sarah COPPING, born in Malta about 1862. In 1881 living with her grandmother Jane Bourne in Hythe, Kent

John CORCORAN, buried 15th February 1803. Killed by an American Naval officer, Joseph Bainbridge in a duel. He was a clerk in the Commissariat Dept. They had exchange words and blows in the theatre, allegedly after Bainbridge was offended by some British Naval officers saying that "those Yankees will never stand the smell of powder" referring to their war against the Bashaw of Tripoli

George CORDINA, born 13th March 1836 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph CORDINA, born 11th March 1837 in Zebbug, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Papina CORDINA, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Vincenzo Cordina, married 23rd January 1890, to Arthur William READ, aged 26 years, bachelor, Private, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, the son of Thomas Read

Rosa CORDINA, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Vincenzo Cordina, married 18th September 1884, to Harry KEENE, aged 24 years, bachelor, Lance-Corporal, Army Hospital Corps, the son of Joseph Thomas Keene

Salvatore CORDINA, born 5th May 1835 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Esther CORK, born in Malta about 1866, the daughter of Sarah and Samuel Cork. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Hammersmith, London

Frederick CORK, born in Malta about 1868, the son of Sarah and Samuel Cork. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Hammersmith, London

Elizabeth R. CORKINDALE, born in Malta about 1863. Working as a Servant in Didsbury, Lancashire, in 1881

Aloise Annette CORLETT, born 2nd January 1837, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett. In 1851 on a visit to England lived in Kidbrooke, Surrey. Married 25th June 1863 in Malta to, Joseph WHITAKER, bachelor, of Batley, Yorkshire and Marsala, Sicily, the son of John and Hannah Whitaker. Her husband died in 1883, so she was a widow aged 48 years, when she married her second husband William HARDMAN on 17th September 1885. She died 3rd November 1913, aged 77 years

Ann Melita CORLETT, born 10th August 1832, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett

Ann Melita CORLETT, aged 2 years 11 months, buried 27th July 1835

Caroline CORLETT, born 2nd October 1830, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett

Caroline CORLETT, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett, married 5th January 1858 to, William Jemison SMITH, 21+, widower, born in London, the son of William James and Ellen Elizabeth Smith

Frances CORLETT, born 8th March 1835, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett. In 1851 on a visit to England, living in Kidbrooke, Surrey

Georgina Harriet CORLETT, born 4th December 1841, the daughter of Mary and Thomas Corlett

Georgina Harriet CORLETT, 21+, the youngest daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett, married 5th December 1868 to, Robert John Henry PARKER, 21+, bachelor, from Middleton, England, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, the son of Robert and Annabella Parker

Henry Charles CORLETT, born 4th September 1829, the son of Thomas and Mary Corlett

Henry Charles CORLETT, buried 22nd December 1829, the infant son of Thomas and Mary Corlett

Jane CORLETT, born 28th September 1823, the daughter of Mary and Thomas Corlett

Jane CORLETT, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett, married 15th March 1853 to, William Henry SMITH, 21+, bachelor, born in Co.Dublin, Ireland, the son of Ellen and William James Smith, Merchant

John CORLETT, born 16th October 1820, the son of Mary and Thomas Corlett

John CORLETT, died in the Civil Hospital, buried 31st October 1825

Mary Emily CORLETT, born 14th August 1825, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett

Robert CORLETT, born 5thAugust 1827, the son of Thomas and Mary Corlett

Thomas CORLETT, aged 32 years, bachelor, from the Isle of Man, married 19th June 1819, to Mary ASHALL, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of Sergeant-Major William Ashall, Royal Artillery, from Sheffield, Yorkshire

Thomas CORLETT, a Director of the Anglo-Maltese Bank in 1849. Present at the 1st Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce held on 1st January 1849. Living at 30 Strada Mercanti, Valletta, on electoral list 1852

William CORLETT, born 8th February 1822, the son of Mary and Thomas Corlett

William George CORLETT, born 25th August 1838, the son of Mary and Thomas Corlett

Alfred CORMACK, born 25th March 1824, the son of Eliza Amelia and Donald Campbell Cormack

Caroline Amelia CORMACK, born 10th May 1819, the daughter of Amelia Eliza and Donald Campbell Cormack

Donald CORMACK, born 24th July 1822, the son of Amelia Elizabeth and Donald Campbell Cormack

James Wilson CORMACK, born 26th November 1820, the son of Amelia Eliza and Donald Campbell Cormack

James Wilson CORMACK, buried 19th February 1821, aged 10 weeks

Robert CORNER, died Friday, 5th February 1819, aged 65 years, Magistrate of Valletta

Thomas CORNER Jnr., 21+, bachelor, from Fitzhead, Somerset, married 3rd January 1844, to Carmela BARBAR, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the eldest daughter of L. Barbar, a merchant

John CORNES, born about 1835 in Malta. In 1851 a Cadet in Woolwich, Kent

Ellen CORNEY, of Carrickfergus, married 19th December 1834, to Henry DERRINGTON, Private, 53rd Regiment

Richard CORNISH, Master of the Helen, plundered by the brig William, and subsequent piracy trial in 1820

Dominic Louis CORRAGLIA, born 16th June 1850 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Abram Alves CORREA, died 2nd October 1846, aged 68 years. Born in England, worked as a teacher in Malta. Secretary to the synagogue around 1830. His son emigrated to the West Indies, and two of his daughters married into the Benselum family of Gibraltar

Sarah CORREA, died Tuesday night 14th April 1846, the wife of A.A. Correa. She left a husband, a son and two daughters

William CORREN, buried 2nd November 1821, Mariner

Charles CORRIAN, died 5th September 1852, arrived on the Schooner Penelope, from Constantinople. Died in the Lazaretto, from a tumour. Came from Devon. Aged 33 years

Lucy CORRIGAN, born in Malta about 1870. In 1881 living with her widowed mother Mary Corrigan and family in Salford, Lancashire

Mae CORRIGAN, arrived on the English Brig Empress of Sunderland, from Odessa. Dead on arrival. Buried in the Lazaretto, 6th March 1840

Alec CORRISON, born in Malta about 1862. Living in Plymouth in 1881

Philip Calleja CORTIS, Bookbinder, Bookseller & Stationer, at 242 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1851

Giuseppe COSTA, 21+, bachelor, born Genoa, Italy, Merchant, the son of Francesco and Angela De Vere Costa, married 20th April 1852 to, Anne Morgan BROWNE, 21+, spinster, born Llanidloes, Wales, the daughter of Elizabeth and Robert Browne

Teresa COSTA, of Genoa, married 16th November 1817, to Robert KEMP, Private, 31st Regiment

Momina COSTELLO, of Genoa, married 7th November 1817, to Thomas FORSYTH, Royal Artillery

Robert COSTER, aged 26 years, Clerk, P.&.O. Company, buried 14th May 1871. Born in Alexandria, Egypt

Mary COTTON, aged 24 years, spinster, married 16th April 1885, to Ernesto NAUDI, aged 27 years, bachelor, Solicitor

Sarah Ellen COTTON, aged 20 years, spinster, married 5th February 1885, to Albert George CRADDOCK, aged 20 years 11 months, Account Officer, Royal Navy

William Henry COTTRELL, aged 26 years, bachelor, the son of Major William Foulkes Cottrell retired, late Garrison Staff Gibraltar, married 21st October 1889, to Luisa Celestina BAGLIETTO, aged 21 years, spinster, the only daughter of Manoel Baglietto, of Gibraltar

Catherine COUGHLAN, born in Malta about 1858. In 1881 living with her widower father John Coughlan and family in Cannock, Staffordshire

James COUGHLAND, born 27th July 1854, the son of Daniel and Honora Coughland

Ellen COULSTON, born about 1846 in Malta, the daughter of Georgiana Coulston. Living in Chatham, Kent, in 1851 with her mother and family

Georgiana COULSTON, born about 1815 in Malta. In 1851 living with her children in Chatham, Kent

Henrietta COULSTON, born about 1845 in Malta, the daughter of Georgiana Coulston. Living in Chatham, Kent, in 1851 with her mother and family

Lucy COULSTON, born about 1841 in Malta, the daughter of Georgiana Coulston. Living in Chatham, Kent, in 1851 with her mother and family

Mary COULSTON, born about 1840 in Malta, the daughter of Georgiana Coulston. Living in Chatham, Kent, in 1851 with her mother and family

Robert COULTER, granted a licence to open a school 18th October 1827

Reverend Robert COULTER, aged 73 years, buried 1st January 1843

William COULTER, born in Malta about 1865, the son of Catherine and Charles Coulter. Living with his parents and family in Ludworth, Derbyshire, in 1881

Evangeline Claudette COURTENAY, second daughter of Right Reverend Bishop Courtenay, late Bishop of Kingston, Jamaica, married 20th May 1880 in Cadenabia Episcopal Chapel, Lake Como, to Charles John BLAKE, Captain, Royal Artillery, the elder son of Charles Blake of Moray House, Surbiton

Edward Henry COUSENS, aged 45 years, the son of Richard Thomas Cousens, married 8th October 1892 to, Barbara Gertrude FISHWICK, aged 26 years, widow, the daughter of Thomas Mackey

Louisa COUSENS, born in Malta about 1867. In 1881 living in Crumpsall, Lancashire, with Sophia and William Cousens

Antonio COUSIN, Clerk in the Land Revenue Department, 1865

Giorgio COUSIN, M.D., Clerk to Charitable Institutions, 1865

George COUSIN MD, born 27th April 1829. From February 1851 until March 1853 he was employed as Assistant Physician in the Hospital for Incurables. He then moved to the Comptrollers Office for Charitable Institutions as Clerk until March 1875, when he became Chief Clerk in the Police Office

George COUSIN MD, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, the son of Mary Anne and Gaspard Cousin, married 8th August 1870 to, Ann Jane SWINHOE, the widow of Thomas Bruce Swinhoe, born in Elgin, Scotland, the daughter of William and Jane GRANT

Giuseppa COUSINS, aged 29 years, widow, the daughter of George MICALLEF, married 12th July 1886 to, John LAWTON, aged 26 years, bachelor, Private, Royal Marines, HMS Thunderer, the son of John Lawton,

Emma Mary Ann Frances COWARD, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of Robert James Waldron Coward, married 15th June 1887, to Douglas Hooper Sydenham ALLDRIDGE, aged 28 years, bachelor, Asst.Paymaster, R.N., HMS Albion, the son of George Manley Alldridge, R.N.

R.J.W. COWARD, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1886

Arthur R. COWDRON, born in Malta about 1867, the son of Ruth and Thomas Cowdron. In 1881 living with his parents in Cambridge

Margaret COWELL, born in Malta about 1855. Married. In 1881 living in Preston, Lancashire

COWLEY & Company, Brewers, at 85 Strada San Giuseppe, in 1851. Importers of wine and spirits

Charles Waller COWLEY, aged 5 years 9 months, buried 1st July 1871. Born in Calcutta

Florence E. COWLEY, born in Malta about 1868. In 1881 living in Stoke Newington, London

Florence Edith COWLEY, born 11th November 1867, the daughter of Sarah and William Haseldon Cowley

Florence Edith COWLEY, 21 years, spinster, the daughter William Haseldon Cowley deceased, Superintendent P.&.O. Company, married 19th August 1889, to Antonio Giuseppe DE PIRO, 37 years, widower, Telegraphist, the son of Giuseppe de Piro deceased, Major, Royal Malta Fencible Artillery

George Benjamin COWLEY, born 21st December 1851, the son of Sarah Ann and William Haselden Cowley

Henry COWLEY, killed in the Gunpowder Explosion which devastated Vittoriosa 19th July 1806. Aged 42 years, civilian, together with his daughter Louisa, seven years, and his sons Philip, aged six years, and Henry, three years

Henry T. COWLEY, born in Malta about 1849. In 1881 living in Watford, Hertfordshire

Henry Telfer COWLEY, born 28th February 1849, the son of Sarah and William Cowley

Mary Fanny COWLEY, born 18th September 1850, the daughter of Sarah Ann and William Haselden Cowley. She was buried 7th October 1850, aged 18 days

Sarah Ann COWLEY, born in Malta about 1876. In 1881 living in Stoke Newington, London

Selina M. COWLEY, born in Malta about 1871. In 1881 living in Stoke Newington, London

Selina Mary COWLEY, born 6th April 1870, the daughter of Sarah Anne and William Haselden Cowley

W.H. COWLEY, of Calcutta, his wife gave birth to a daughter 6th April 1870, in Valletta

William Haselden COWLEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Dublin, resident in Malta, married 9th May 1848 to, Sarah Ann RICHARDSON, spinster, minor, born in Malta the fourth daughter of Sarah and the late Benjamin Richardson

William Hasleden COWLEY, living at Via San Giuseppe, Birkirkara, 1852

Catherine COWPER, died 7th January 1837, at Liverpool, the widow of Henry Cowper, many years a resident of Malta

E.F. COWPER, aged 28 years, buried 15th March 1842

Frances COWPER, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Henry and Catherine Cowper, of Gibraltar, married 9th December 1822, to John ROWLETT, aged 31 years, bachelor, from London

George S. COWPER, died 15th February 1834, aged 25 years. The vessel off loaded 180 barrels of gunpowder on 13th February, then docked in the harbour. He was supervising the balance of the cargo being unloaded when the vessel exploded, and he was killed. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

Henry COWPER, buried 14th August 1830, aged 63 years

Captain Charles COX, ex-41st Regiment, died at the Hotel de Rome, Sorrento, 13th October 1866, aged 84 years. He spent nearly 30 years in Naples

James COX, born about 1810 in Malta. In 1851 living in Nuneaton

Mary A. COX, born in Malta about 1858. Married. The wife of James Cox. In 1881 living in West Ham, Essex, with her husband and daughter Rosetta

Sarah A. COX, born in Malta about 1858. Married. The wife of John James Cox. In 1881 living in Southcoates, Yorkshire with her husband and their children

Sydenham E.S. COX, born in Malta about 1861. In 1881 living in Tiverton, Devon, in the household of his aunt Emma C. Pidsley

Teresa COX, born in Malta about 1827. Married. In 1881 a widow living with her children in Plumstead, Kent

Thomas COX, 21+, bachelor, from Cheltenham, married 15th November 1829, to Mary Ann VICARY, minor, spinster, the daughter of John Vicary, from Devon, with her fathers consent

Charles D. COXE, died at Tripoli, 23rd September 1830, the Consul of the U.S.A., leaving a widow and young family

John Stuart COXON, Agent for H.M. Postmaster General, in 1856

Martha COXON, born about 1821 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Stoke on Trent

Milly COXON, born in Malta about 1857. In 1881 living in Weston Super Mare, Somerset, with her aunt and uncle, Margaret and Robert Carey

Stuart Henry COXON, died 1st November 1855, in his first year

William COXWELL, died 23rd February 1846, formerly of Southampton, at the house of Dr. Henning, of the Bighi Naval Hospital

Peter COYAN, born in Malta about 1873, the son of Johana and Bernard Coyan. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Belgravia, London. His father was a Prison Warder

John COZENS, Sawyer, worked in HM Dockyard from June 1814 until his death 12th June 1828 in the Naval Hospital, aged 43 years

Placide George COZZO, born 24th October 1874 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph COZZOLINO, born 21st December 1856 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Elisabeth Jane CRABBE, died 20th November 1862, aged 62 years, the wife of the late Dr. Crabbe. Born England

Adele Louise Melita CRABTREE, born 18th February 1878, the daughter of George and Jeanette Susette Crabtree

Bertram Henry Charles CRABTREE, born 15th February 1879, the son of George and Jeanette Susette Crabtree

Claude Cyril CRABTREE, born 30th November 1880, the son of George and Jeanette Susette Crabtree, Electrician

Eliza Florry CRABTREE, died 21st February 1874, aged 25 years, from Southampton. The wife of George Crabtree, and the eldest daughter of Eliza and James Dinning

George CRABTREE, 21+, bachelor, Clerk in Telegraph office, from Wakefield, Yorkshire, the son of Henry and Mary Anne Crabtree, married 27th June 1871, to Eliza Flory DINNING, 21+, spinster, of Southampton, the daughter of John and Eliza Dinning

George CRABTREE, 21+, widower, Electrician, Eastern Telegraph office, from Wakefield, Yorkshire, the son of Henry and Mary Ann Crabtree, married 26th August 1876, to Jeannette Susette MAGNENAT, 21+, spinster, born La Larnaz, Canton Vaud, Switzerland, the daughter of Jean and Francoise Magnenat

George CRABTREE, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1881

George Esmond CRABTREE, born 3rd February 1876, the son of George and Jeanette Susette Crabtree. Died 4th June 1877

Jane CRAGG, born in Malta about 1865. In 1881 attending St. Monica’s Convent, Skipton, Yorkshire

James William Mars CRAICHES, born about 1814 in Malta. In 1851 living in Woolwich, K

Philip Rynd CRAIG, born 5th April 1866, the son of Hester Matilda Robertson and and James Henry Craig

Joseph William CRAMOND, aged 22 years, buried 25th May 1870

Caroline CRANG, born in Malta about 1832. Married. In 1881 living in Seaford, Sussex, with her husband John Hay Crang and family

Mary CRANG, aged 13 months, buried 28th April 1851

A. CRAWFORD, MD, Hon.Sec. of Malta Protestant College, September 1856

Alexander Spiers CRAWFORD, buried 23rd August 1853, aged 75 years

Clarinda CRAWFORD, buried 17th November 1851, aged 19 years

James Henry CRAWFORD, died 26th November 1864, aged 26 years. Employed in the Indian Civil Service. Born 12th February 1837

John CRAWFORD, living at 88 Strada San Giorgio, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Thomas CRAWFORD, born in Malta about 1849. Married. In 1881 living in Blackburn, Lancashire, with his wife Esther and their children

Thomas CRAWFORD, born 4th April 1821, the son of Thomas and Mary Crawford, Carpenter in the Naval Arsenal

Walter CRAWFORD, MD, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

William Reginald CRAWFORD, born 8th February 1849, the son of Mary Dundas and John Reginald Crawford

Arthur CRAWLEY, born in Malta about 1870. In 1881 at a Boarding School in Barnes, Surrey

Dr.Salvatore CRAY, resident Malta, electoral list 1856

Robert CRECY, aged 32 years, bachelor, Master Mariner, the son of James Crecy, Gentleman, married 17th June 1889, to Antoinetta Clarisse SPRAGUE, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of Horatio J. Sprague, American Consul

William CREE, 21+, bachelor, born in Blantyre, Scotland, Engineer, the son of Daniel and Elizabeth Cree, married 10th February 1863 to, Frederica BOWE, 21+, spinster, born in Gibraltar, the daughter of Benjamin and Elizabeth Bowe

William CREE, resident Malta, electoral list 1862

David CREED, died 6th November 1846, he arrived on HM Steamer Hamer, from Corfu. Died in the Lazaretto from smallpox

Alfred John Henry CRESPI, born 23rd October 1847, the son of Marie and Vincenzo Crespi. Married. In 1881 living with his wife Sarah, in Wimborne Minster, Dorset

Elizabeth Louisa CRESPI, born 22nd November 1848, the daughter of Marie and Vincenzo Crespi

Mary CRESSER, nee Bugby, born in Malta about 1857. Married. In 1881 living in Swindon, Wiltshire, with her husband William James Cresser and their children

Henry John CRESWELL, aged 25 years, bachelor, the son of Henry John Creswell, married 1st October 1894 to, Emma GRIMES, aged 22 years, spinster, from Portsmouth, the daughter of Alfred Henry Grimes

Alexander CRICHTON, seaman, buried 6th June 1842

Elvira Emily CRIGHTON, aged 19 years, widow, born Malta, the daughter of Antonio and Mary Ann BORG, married 11th July 1877, to Joshua Lines COOPER, aged 29 years, bachelor, of Bedfordshire, the son of George and Margaret Cooper, Gunner, 12th Brigade, Royal Artillery

Jane CRILLEY, born about 1822 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Preston, Lancashire

Benjamin CRIMO, died 29th January 1854, at his residence in Isola after a short illness, aged 75 years

Ellis CRISP, born in Malta about 1873. In 1881 living in Gillingham, Kent, with his widowed mother Ann Crisp and family

Emily CRISP, born in Malta about 1871. In 1881 living in Gillingham, Kent, with her widowed mother Ann Crisp and family

Joseph Courtland CRISP, born 6th March 1827, the son of William and Elizabeth Crisp, Launch Keeper in Naval Arsenal. He was buried 16th July 1829, aged 2 years

Maria CRISP, born in Malta about 1798. Married. In 1881 a widow living in Cambridge

William CRISP, bachelor, Night Watchman, Naval Arsenal, married 21st March 1819, to Mary Ann PRICE, spinster, from Gosport, Hampshire

William CRISP, aged 31 years, widower, from Lawford, Essex, Launch Keeper, HM Dockyard, married 6th April 1823, to Elizabeth KELSEY, aged 25 years, spinster, from Portsmouth, resident in Vittoriosa

William CRISP, Launch Keeper, HM Dockyard 1825

William CRISP, aged 47 years, Launch Keeper, HM Dockyard, buried 26th November 1832

Alfred John Harry CRISPI, born in Malta about 1848, the son of Marie and Vincent Crispi. In 1851 living with his parents and family in Islington, London. His father was born in Italy and working as a Missionary

Eliza Louisa CRISPI, born in Malta about 1849, the daughter of Marie and Vincent Crispi. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Islington, London. Her father was born in Italy and working as a Missionary

John CRISTAL, born in Malta about 1801. Living in Poplar, London, in 1851

Jeanne CRISTIANO, born 29th May 1842 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Mary CRITCHELL, buried 17th February 1821, aged 20 years

Richard CRITCHELL, buried 29th July 1824, aged 54 years

Edith Annie CRITCHER, baptised 23rd May 1869, the daughter of Charles and Eliza Critcher

George CRITCHER, born in Malta about 1873. In 1881 living in Cobham, Kent, with his grandparents Mariah and Jarvis Bennet

Mary CRITCHLEY, born in Malta about 1841. Married. In 1881 living with her husband James Critchley and their children in Chester, Cheshire

Emidio CRITIEN, Gold & Silversmith, at 68 Strada Forni, in 1847

Godfrey CRITIEN. Founded in 1870 by Godfrey Critien, Bookseller, Stationer and Printer at 34 Strada Reale, Valletta, and 8 Strada Magazinni, Floriana. In 1882 the firm was taken over by his brother John Critien

John CRITIEN, living at 34 Strada Reale, Valletta, on 1895 electoral list

John CRITIEN, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1887

Alice Mary CROCKER, born in Malta about 1862. In 1881 living in St. Margaret’s Convent, East Grinstead, Sussex

Alfred Hood CROCKFORD, born 19th August 1862, the son of Elizabeth and Frederick Crockford

Alfred Hood CROCKFORD, aged 29 years, bachelor, Merchant, of Valletta, the son of Frederick Crockford, Merchant, Married 16th June 1892, to Rhoda RUSSELL, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of John Russell, Gardener

Alfred Hood CROCKFORD, born 19th August 1862, the son of Elizabeth and Frederick Crockford. In 1881 living with his parents in Lewisham, London

Alfred Hood CROCKFORD, living at 258D Strada Reale, Valletta, on 1895 electoral list

Clara Mary CROCKFORD, born 23rd December 1865, the daughter of Elizabeth and Frederick Crockford. In 1881 living with her parents in Lewisham, London

Edith Maude CROCKFORD, born 2nd March 1869, the daughter of Elizabeth and Frederick Crockford. In 1881 living with her parents in Lewisham, London

Emily Adele CROCKFORD, born 9th August 1873, the daughter of Elizabeth and Frederick Crockford. In 1881 living with her parents in Lewisham, London

E. CROCKFORD, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1881

Frederick CROCKFORD, born in Malta about 1819. In 1881 living in Lewisham, London, with his wife Elizabeth and family

Frederick CROCKFORD, born 5th April 1838, the son of Henry and Mary Anne Crockford

Frederick CROCKFORD, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, the son of Henry and Mary Anne Crockford, married 15th August 1860 to, Elizabeth CREWE, 21+, spinster, born in Bath, the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Crewe

Mrs CROCKFORD, the wife of Frederick Crockford, gave birth to a son 1st April 1867 in Valletta

Frederick Russell CROCKFORD, born 24th February 1897, the son of Alfred Hood and Rhoda Crockford, Merchant

Harry Edward Watson CROCKFORD, born 16th April 1867, the son of Elizabeth and Frederick Crockford

Henry CROCKFORD, bachelor, of Chatham, Kent, married 1st February 1835, to Mary Ann HANCOCK, spinster of Linkinhorne, Cornwall

Henry CROCKFORD, placed an advertisement in the local newspaper 1st February 1837 reading:

Whereas my wife Mary Ann Crockford has absented herself from her house I do hereby give public notice that I will not hold myself responsible for any bills to which her name is attached or for any debts she or others may contract without my authority

Henry Edward Watson CROCKFORD, born 16th April 1867, the son of Elizabeth and Frederick Crockford. In 1881 attending Brighton Grammar School, Sussex

Henry Joseph CROCKFORD, born 3rd February 1840, the son of Mary Ann and Henry Crockford

Herbert George CROCKFORD, born 15th November 1870, the son of Elizabeth and Frederick Crockford. Died 28th January 1872

Lillian Mary CROCKFORD, born 4th February 1900, the daughter of Alfred Hood and Rhoda Crockford, Merchant

Mabel Thomasine CROCKFORD, born 19th January 1896, the daughter of Alfred Hood and Rhoda Crockford, Merchant, of 85 Strada Ponente, Valletta

Marion CROCKFORD, born 4th June 1861, the daughter of Elizabeth and Frederick Crockford

Marion CROCKFORD, died 10th March 1862 in Valletta, the only child of Frederick Crockford, aged 9 months

Rhoda Elizabeth CROCKFORD, born 7th September 1894, the daughter of Alfred Hood and Rhoda Crockford, Merchant, in Valletta

Louisa CROFT, born in Malta about 1810. Married. In 1881 a widow of a Clergyman, living in South Eaton Place, London.

Isabel CROFTON, born in Malta about 1860. In 1881 a School Mistress in the Deaf & Dumb Asylum, Southwark, London

Matilda CROFTON, born in Malta about 1860. In 1881 living with her widowed mother Matilda Crofton and family in Portsea, Hampshire

William CROFTON, 21+, bachelor, born in Woolwich, Kent, employee in HM Dockyard, the son of Edward and Catherine Crofton, married 4th September 1855 to, Matilda PRYKE, spinster, minor, born in Lawford, Essex, the daughter of Matilda and the late George Pryke. Mrs.Matilda Pryke, has re-married to James Millen, residents in Malta

William CROFTON, Artificer in the Factory, October 1857

William G. CROFTON, born in Malta about 1864. In 1881 living with his widowed mother Matilda Crofton and family in Portsea, Hampshire

Elizabeth CROMBIE, born in Malta about 1801. Married. In 1881 a widow living in Chorlton Union Workhouse, Lancashire

Jane CROOKS, born in Malta about 1856. Married. In 1881 a widow living with her children in York

Frederick CROSBY, born about 1822 in Malta. In 1851 living in Liverpool

John CROSS, born about 1828 in Malta. Living in Marylebone, London, in 1851

John F. CROSS, born in Malta about 1871, the son of Ellen and John Cross. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Gateshead, Durham

Lydia Anne CROSSE, nee BISSELL, born in Malta about 1853. In 1874 she married Josiah Rowland Crosse in Sevenoaks, Kent. In 1881 living with her husband and children in Whitchurch, Shropshire

Thomas F. CROSSE, born in Malta about 1820. Living with his wife Emily in 1881 in Hastings, Sussex. He was a Clergyman

William Henry CROSSEY, born in Malta about 1869. In 1881 living with his mother Annie and family in Salford Infantry Barracks, Salford, Lancashire

Edward CROUCHER, born in Malta about 1860. In 1881 living in Bethersden, Kent

Elizabeth L. CROUT, born in Malta about 1862. Unmarried and living in the Reform Club, Liverpool, in 1881

Sarah CROW, born in Malta about 1859. Married. In 1881 living in Liverpool with her husband John Crow

Agnes Narcisse CROWE, born 26th August 1846, the daughter of Margaret and William Crowe, HM Consul at Sfax

Alfred L. CROWE, his wife gave birth to a daughter 2nd February 1870, at Patras, Greece

William CROWE, British Vice Consul at Sfax, Tunisia, the son of William Crowe, British Consul at Patras, married 22nd May 1845, to Margaret READE, the eldest daughter of Sir Thomas Reade, British Consul General and Agent at Tunis, at British Consulate, Tunis

John CROWNIN, died 19th September 1854, of the English ship Riverdale. Eleven members of the crew of the Riverdale, Edward Downing, the Master, together with two boatmen were proceeding from Isola to the Victualling Yard in a passage boat which capsized. The sea was running high, three of the crew were lost, William Galenby, James Herring, and John Crownin. The remainder were saved

Mrs CROZIER, the wife of Mr.St. George B. Crozier, gave birth to a son on Sunday 12th November 1848

Baron St. George A. CROZIER, died 3rd September 1850 after a severe attack of cholera, aged 6 years 4 months, the second son of St.George B. Crozier

Captain CRUCKSHANK, East India Company, 17th Bombay Infantry Regiment, died in the Lazaretto 23rd July 1838. Arrived from Alexandria

George CUCORULLO, born 10th April 1832 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Reverend Felix CULLEN, born 24th June 1844. Teacher of English and Geometry at the Lyceum in 1886

Jane CULLER, born about 1811 in Malta. Living in London in 1851Albinia Georgiana CUMBERLAND, died 22nd December 1834, aged 6 years 9 months, the daughter of Richard Cumberland

Jane CULLIMORE, born in Malta about 1807. Married. In 1851 living in Poplar, London

Margaret Ann CULLINAN, born in Malta about 1871, the daughter of Eliza and Michael Cullinan. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Bradford, Yorkshire

William Henry CULLINAN, born in Malta about 1873, the son of Eliza and Michael Cullinan. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Bradford, Yorkshire

Richard CUMBERLAND, in 1833 was Collector of Land Revenue, resident in Malta 1837

Mr. CUMBERWORTH, French Master, at 275 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1856

Mrs CUMBERWORTH, Milliner, at 275 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1856

Peter CUMING, seaman, aged 21 years, buried 4th July 1847

Mrs CUMMING, the wife of S. Cumming, Deputy Assistant Commissary General, gave birth to a daughter 10th September 1827

Arthur Thomas CUMMING, born 16th March 1865, the son of Esther Caroline and Thomas Cumming

Joseph Dodd CUMMING, aged 18 years, seaman, from Sunderland, buried 8th August 1871

Helena M. CUMMING, born in Malta about 1876, the daughter of Mary Ann and John Cumming. Living with her parents and family in Hulme, Lancashire, in 1881

Charles Thornton CUNNINGHAM, 21+, bachelor, of Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex, married 17th August 1836, to Rebecca Ann HEAP, 21+, spinster, of Philadelphia, U.S.A., the second daughter of S.D. Heap, U.S. Consul General at Tunis

George James CUNNINGHAM, born in Malta about 1869. In 1881 in Royal Military Asylum, Chelsea, London

James CUNNINGHAM, born 26th May 1857. Teacher of English at the Lyceum in Valletta in 1881

John CUNNINGHAM, living at 105, Strada Miratore, Floriana, electoral list 1852

John CUNNINGHAM, died 5th October 1855, aged 62 years. Captain. For 15 years Marine Superintendent for the P.&.O. Company

John CUNNINGHAM, stowed away on the Christina , and found on board after the vessel’s departure from Liverpool. Arrived at Malta 9th September 1864

Mary Louisa CUNNINGHAM, born in Malta about 1864, the daughter of Isabella and George Cunningham. Living with her parents and family in Wath on Dearne, Yorkshire, in 1881

T. CURME, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1887

Mrs CURMI CECY, the wife of Dr.F. Curmi Cecy, gave birth to a son 16th March 1863

Thomas CURRIE, Captain of the Schooner Helen, married 29th January 1851, to Eliza Ann WHITMORE

Charles CURRY, Notary, at 67 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847. On electoral list 1852

Charles CURRY, died Thursday 6th August 1863, Notary, a very old resident

John CURRY, born in Malta about 1870. Living in Islington, London, in 1881

Robina CURRY, born in Malta about 1868. In 1881 living with her aunt Margaret Lorimer in Westoe, Durham

John CURTIN, born in Malta about 1867. In 1881 in Plasket Reformatory School, East Ham, Essex

G.B. CURTIS, Broker, at 21 Strada Zecca, Valletta, in 1847

Helen CURTIS, born in Malta about 1869. In 1881 living with her widowed mother Elizabeth and family in South Stoneham, Hampshire

Jane CURTIS, born about 1817 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Cornwall

John CURTIS, of the brig William stood trial for Piracy, January 1820. Found Guilty and sentenced to death but reprieved due to his young age on 3rd February the night before his execution was to take place

Sir L. CURTIS, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1844

Robert CURTIS, born in Malta about 1871. In 1881 living with his widowed mother Elizabeth and family in South Stoneham, Hampshire

Andrea CUSCHIERI, Labourer, died whilst working at Bighi, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 25th August 1831

Josephine CUSCHIERI, born 4th January 1871 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Marianne Maria CUSCHIERI, born 13th September 1859 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Janet S. CUSINE, born about 1825 on Malta. In 1851 working as a Governess in Hampshire

Alphonse CUTAJAR, born in Floriana 1861, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmela CUTAJAR, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Angelo and Lucia Cutajar, married 17th September 1876, to William DEER, 21+, bachelor, of Worthing, Sussex, the son of William and Mary Anne Deer, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Carolina CUTAJAR, nee Eynaud, died 7th January 1881

Giuseppe CUTAJAR, Physician, married 16th May 1833, to Maria Antonia BARDON, at St. George’s Church, Gozo. She was the daughter of Dr. Luigi Bardon, a Gozo Magistrate

Jean Marie CUTAJAR, born 24th May 1882 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Dr. Salvatore CUTAJAR, Junior Physician, Men’s Hospital Medical Staff 1805

Salvatore CUTAJAR, born in Malta 1834, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore A.J. CUTAJAR, born 22nd January 1892 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Vincent Rosaire CUTAJAR, born 6th November 1831 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Jane CUTLER, born in Malta about 1811. In 1851 living in London

Thomas CUTLING, aged 19 years, seaman, buried 7th August 1861

Born on 30th June 1872, a son to Baroness D’AMICO, at Casal Lia

D’ANGLETERRE Hotel at 263 Strada San Paolo, Valletta, in 1847

Mrs DANVELL, the wife of A.J. Danvell, of Freeborn's Bank, gave birth to a son on 6th March 1870 in Rome. He was formerly a Captain in the 31st Regiment

Sarah DAVIS, aged 43 years, Servant in the family of Captain Jones, Royal Engineers, buried 28th September 1826

James Perkins DEVERELL, aged 3 months, the son of O. Deverell, Foreman of Armourers, Ordnance Department, buried 18th August 1827

Born in Valletta on 29th November 1871, a daughter to the wife of Robert DICK

Mrs DICKSON, the wife of W.J. Dickson  HM Oriental Secretary of the Legation at the Court of Persia, gave birth to a son on 28th February 1871 in Teheran

Louis D’SILVA, Collector of Customs, Aden, married 4th July 1844, to Annetta LEVICK, the eldest daughter of John Levick, late Captain 59th Regiment, at Cairo by the Protestant Chaplain

Mrs Annetta Kenny D’SILVA, the eldest daughter of Captain Levick, late of HM 59th Regiment and Royal Malta Fencibles, married at Cairo on the 12th October 1847, to Captain Frederick GOTTHEUX, Madras Army, Brigade-Major, Kellapore

John Maria Correa DA COSTA, 21+, bachelor, born Madeira, married 3rd May 1846 to, Hannah Hepburn CARLILL, widow of John Clarke Carlill, nee RAWLINGS, born in London

DA COSTA’s Lodging House at 110 Strada Britannica, Valletta, in 1847

Annie DACORAN, widow, married 15th June 1868, to James Colson SNOWDON, bachelor

Samuel DACRES, born about 1822 in Malta. In 1851 living in St. Martin in the Fields, London

William Gustave DAHN, 21+, bachelor, born in Greenwich, Kent, Engineer, HM Dockyard, the son of Anne and William Edward Dahn, married 28th May 1870 to, Adelaide CHAPMAN, spinster, minor, born in Charlton, Kent, the daughter of William and Sabina Chapman

W. DAHN, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1879. Deputy District Grand Master in 1889

Augustus John DALBY, born 7th November 1860, the son of Joanna and William Dalby

Henry Albert DALBY, aged 26 years, bachelor, Engineer, the son of William Dalby, married 26th April 1884, to Susan SEER, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of John William Seer

Martha Ann DALBY, born 19th September 1862, the daughter of Joanna and William Dalby. buried 21st September 1862, aged one day

William DALBY, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Archibald DALEY, aged 46 years, seaman, buried 25th October 1859

William DALEY, born about 1839 in Malta. In 1851 living in a Boy’s Institution in Chelsea, London

Francesco DALMAS, Cashier at Malta Treasury, 1847. Died 9th January 1852. Had been a Public Servant for 43 years

Giovanni DALMAS, Clerk at the Monti di Pieta, 1865

George William DALTON, born 15th September 1824, the son of Jane and George Edward Dalton, on their way to Palestine

Isaac DALTON, watchmaker, at 17 Merchants Street, Valletta, in 1803

Isaac DALTON, died 4th January 1836 in Cospicua, Watchmaker, aged 69 years. He spent more than 35 years in Malta

Reverend William H. DALTON,Theology Tutor, Malta Protestant College, 1865

Mrs DALTON, the wife of the Reverend W.H. Dalton, gave birth to a daughter 5th June 1864

Elizabeth DALY, aged 28 years, spinster, married 25th October 1900, to William YOUNG, aged 29 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Engineers

E. DALZEL, Deputy Auctioneer and Magistrate, lived at 166/168 Strada Stretta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Mr DALZEL, First Clerk, Customs House, lived at 117/118 Strada Stretta, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Ann DALZEL, buried 22nd July 1828, the wife of Edward Dalzel, and daughter of the late Major Blanckley, formerly HM Consul in Algiers

Archibald DALZELL, died 3rd March 1818, aged 77 years. Magistrate and Collector of Revenue on Gozo. Formerly Governor of the Gold Coast. His youngest daughter Margaret Charlotte married Charles SHAW, on 6th April 1829

Charles Shaw DALZEL, born 18th April 1832, the son of Margaret and George Dalzel

George DALZEL, 21+, bachelor, of Whitechapel, London, married 19th April 1829, to Margaret SEMINI, minor, the daughter of Giovanna and the late Antonio Semini, of St.Paul’s Parish, Valletta

Edward DALZEL, buried 28th September 1828, aged 43 years, Magistrate

Margaret Charlotte DALZEL, 21+, spinster, from Whitechapel, London, born Cape Coast Castle, Africa, the youngest daughter of the late Archibald Dalzel, married 6th April 1829, to Charles SHAW, 21+, bachelor, from Southwell, Nottinghamshire

Mrs Margaret DALZEL, nee Semini, the Maltese wife of George Dalzel was found Guilty of Adultery by the Criminal Court on 24th February 1840. Under the Code de Rohan which was still in force at Malta she was to be placed in a Conservatorio (Nunnery), but none being available she was placed in the Ospizio (Poor House) in Floriana. She could be kept there for the rest of her life solely at the wish of her husband under this severe law. Proof of adultery was not explained and it seems that nothing more than imprudent levity attributable to the inexperience of her age was established. The Governor felt this extreme law should be changed, and on his instructions the bars were removed from the window of her room

Mary DALZEL, died 15th February 1870, in Valletta, from diptheria, aged 6 years. The daughter of Charles Shaw Dalzel

Francesco DAMAS, Constable 2nd Class, Marine Police, 1865

Mr DANDRIA, Sworn Broker, 2 Strada Tesoreria, Valletta, in 1849

Samuel DANDRIDGE, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

A. DANIEL, buried 19th October 1890, Fitter, HM Dockyard

Mrs DANIELL, aged 60 years, the widow of Captain Edward Daniell, 75th Regiment, and of Rangi Tikei, New Zealand, buried 8th March 1870

William DANIELL, buried 11th December 1824, aged 20 years

John DANIELS, living at Senglea, electoral list 1852

Thomas DANIELS, Caulker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

James DARBY, died 27th June 1837, aged 89 years, formerly in the Horse Guards, at the house of his son-in-law Richard Bourchier

James DARCEY, born about 1830. Living in Macclesfield in 1851

Henry DARE, seaman, aged 35 years, buried 29th December 1855

Carmel Victor DARMANIN, born 16th July 1855 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Caroline DARMANIN, aged 22 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Antonio and Vincenza Darmanin, married 13th May 1861 to, David LUCAS, aged 24 years, bachelor, born in Warwickshire, Corporal, Rifle Brigade, the son of John Lucas

Francis Angelo de Emmanuele DARMANIN, born 20th October 1848 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph DARMANIN, born 27th June 1823 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Vincent DARMANIN, born 13th January 1844 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Thomas DART, died 8th December 1856, aged 16 years, sailor on the barque Lamont. He fell from the mainmast the previous day

Walpole G. DASHWOOD, born about 1830 in Malta. Living in Stockport, Cheshire, in 1851

Rosa DASTON, died 16th August 1866 in the Central Hospital, Floriana, at an advanced age. She was the wife of Philip Daston, Deputy Store Keeper, Ordnance Department on Santa Maura for many years

Clarence Reginald Aikin DAVEY, born 24th May 1878, the son of Mary Ann Theresa and John Henry Davey

John DAVID, aged 67 years, died 12th October 1849 on Gozo. Deputy Assistant Commissary General. Purveyor of Civil Hospitals, Gozo.

Alexander DAVIDSON, 21+, widower, of Aberdeen, married 12th December 1838, to Rachel MEINO, minor, the daughter of Ippolite Meino, of Bagnara, Naples and the late John G. Meino of Hamburg, with the consent of her Guardian

Amy DAVIDSON, born 8th August 1857, the daughter of Sarah and James Davidson

Andrew DAVIDSON, resident in Malta 1837

John DAVIDSON, resident Malta, electoral list 1856

Walter Edward DAVIDSON, born 20th April 1859, the son of Sarah and James Davidson

Daniel DAVIES, aged 40 years, buried 5th November 1856

Henry Herbert DAVIES, employed in the Commissariat Department, married 24th August 1816 to, Mary RABIN, a Greek, residing in Valletta

John DAVIES, aged 21 years, buried 28th November 1852

John DAVIES, aged 25 years, seaman, buried 31st October 1855

Morgan DAVIES, widower, from Aberystwith, Wales, married 4th February 1841 to, Ellen SMITH, 21+, spinster

Stephen James DAVIES, granted a licence to open a school 7th April 1838

Thomas DAVIES, married 25th April 1886, aged 29 years, bachelor, Angle-iron Smith, to Sarah Jane LEWIS, aged 22 years, spinster

Thomas DAVIES, aged 30 years, Fireman, on English Steamer City of Washington, buried 2nd July 1856

Thomas Higginson DAVIES, aged 42 years, buried 14th June 1867

William Neil DAVIES, born 12th April 1869, the son of Adelaide and Edward Davies

Charles Edward DAVIS, born 9th April 1866, the son of Adelaide and Edward Davis

E. DAVIS, his wife gave birth to a son 12th April 1869

Edith Ellen DAVIS, born 8th February 1828, the daughter of Morgan and Anne Davis

Edith Mary DAVIS, born 10th June 1864, the daughter of Adelaide and Edward Davis

Edmond Plowright DAVIS, born 28th June 1870, the son of Edward and Adelaide Davis

Edward DAVIS, 21+, bachelor, born in London, the son of Edward and Elizabeth Davis, married 5th August 1863 to, Adelaide PLOWRIGHT, 21+, spinster, born in London, the daughter of Edward and Mary Plowright

Edward DAVIS, born about 1811 in Malta. Living in Norwich in 1851

Frederick William DAVIS, born 17th October 1869, the son of Julia and Abel Joseph Davis

James DAVIS, born about 1805 in Malta. In 1851 living in Plymouth

James DAVIS, buried 11th September 1841, arrived on HM Vanguard. Dead on arrival

James DAVIS, died on board the brig Hercules, in passage from Cagliari to Galatz, Seaman. 28th April 1849

Rebecca Hannah DAVIS, born 2nd April 1826, the daughter of Morgan and Anna Davis

Richard Henry DAVIS, born 26th June 1845, the son of Mary and Richard Davis

William George DAVIS, born 25th October 1829 at Tripoli, the son of Anne and Morgan Davis

W.H. DAVIS, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1897. Third District Grand Principal 1899. Second District Grand Principal 1900

William Henry DAVIS, aged 27 years, bachelor, the son of William Davis, married 7th January 1893, to Hannah STEPHENS, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of George Philip Stephens

Archibald DAVY, born 5th November 1833, the son of Margaret and John Davy M.D.

Elizabeth Mary DAVY, born 27th October 1832, the daughter of Margaret and John Davy M.D.

Grace DAVY, born 20th April 1831, the daughter of Margaret and John Davy M.D.

W.J. DAWE, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1889

Laurence John DAWES, born 8th August 1865, the son of Rebecca and John Rose Dawes

Agnes Gertrude DAWSON, born 6th June 1871, the daughter of Mary Anne and William Henry Dawson

Annie DAWSON, born 26th December 1859, the daughter of William and Alice Dawson

Anthony William DAWSON, born 9th July 1868, the son of Mary and William Henry Dawson. Buried 3rd May 1870, aged 1 year 10 months

Asken DAWSON, born about 1833, the son of Euphemia (Elizabeth) and George Dawson. In 1841 living with his parents and family in Drypool, Yorkshire

Charles DAWSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Liverpool, Engineer, HM Dockyard, the son of John and Eliza Dawson, married 21st March 1864 to, Maria WALING, 21+, spinter, born in Malta, the daughter of John and Sarah Waling

Edith Frances DAWSON, born 26th October 1861, the daughter of William and Alice Dawson

Richard William DAWSON, born about 1833 in Malta. In 1851 living in Middlesex

Eleanor DAY, buried 8th November 1829, aged 47 years, the wife of John Lawford Day, HM Dockyard

Giovanna DAY, 21+, the widow of William Day, born in Malta, the daughter of Gaetano and Generosa SANT CASSIA, married 15th August 1855 to,

Thomas WILLIAMS, 21+, bachelor, born in Wellington, Cheshire, Civil Engineer, the son of Thomas and Mary Williams

Henry Lawford DAY, aged 63 years, buried 16th September 1840

James DAY, died 24th August 1850, aged 44 years, a clerk employed by Henry Morris of Valletta

John DAY, Sailmaker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

L. John DAY, resident in Malta 1837

Mary DAY, aged 43 years, buried 26th April 1850

Thomas DAY, born about 1820 in Malta. Living in Birmingham in 1851

William DAY, bachelor, from Cannington, Somerset, married 15th October 1841 to, Giovanna SANT CASSIA, spinster

William DAY, seaman, of the English Brig Woodman, aged 27 years, buried 15th October 1851

William DAY, living at 10 Strada Giardino, Floriana, electoral list 1852

William DAY, died 1st March 1855, aged 37 years, Publican, of Floriana. Committed suicide by hanging himself

Walter Herbert DE BURGH, aged 21 years, buried 21st December 1861

The Hon. Gerald DE COURCY, Freemason, member of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1818

Alexandrina De LUSIGNAN, the only daughter of the late J. De Lusignan, married at Salonica May 1867 to, Augustus ROUTH

DE PETRI, Watchmaker, at 58 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847

Antonio Giuseppe DE PIRO, aged 37 years, widower, Telegraphist, the son of Giuseppe de Piro deceased, Major, R.M.F.A., married 19th August 1889, to Florence Edith COWLEY, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter William Haseldon Cowley deceased, Superintendent P.&.O. Company

Reverend Dr. Luigi DE SANCTIS, 21+, bachelor, born in Rome, married 8th June 1849, to Martha SOMERVILLE, born in Malta, the daughter of James and Maria Somerville, in St.Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, Valletta. He was born in Rome, and had been a Roman Catholic priest before converting to Protestantism

Sophia DE TORRI, the Countess de Torri, buried 21st September 1844, aged 26 years

Frederic August Roland Edouard DE WALDENBOURG, 21+, bachelor, born in Berlin, the son of Orlinda and Frederic August E. de Waldenbourg, married 21st August 1860 to, Amalie THIEN, 21+ spinster, born in Berlin, the daughter of Ernest and Carolina Thien

Christopher DEASE, born about 1821 in Malta. Living in St. Martins in the Fields, London, in 1851

Thomas DEBERY, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Federico DEBONO, Warehouseman working for James Bell & Co., died 15th February 1834. The vessel Meteor off loaded 180 barrels of gunpowder on 13th February, then docked in the harbour. As the balance of the cargo was being unloaded the vessel exploded, and he was killed. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

Francis Joseph Carmel Paul DEBONO, born 31st March 1869 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

John DEBONO, born 16th June 1835 in Senglea, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

John DEBONO, born 14th January 1843 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michelangelo Joseph DEBONO, born 5th March 1826 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Philip DEBONO, born 5th May 1842 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore DEBONO, born 12th February 1848 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Victor DEBONO, born 21st October 1856 in Naxxar, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph DEBRINCAT, born 17th November 1825 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Isabel Louisa DEBUTTS, born 23rd March 1846, the daughter of Eliza and William Minchin Debutts

Calcedonio DEGUARA, born 11th May 1841 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

George Robert DEIGHTON, born 12th March 1819, the son of Martha and George Deighton, of Naval Arsenal

Kezia DEIGHTON, born 26th May 1826, the daughter of George and Martha Deighton, Foreman of Smiths in the Naval Arsenal

Martha DEIGHTON, the widow of George Deighton, married 23rd May 1836, to Joseph Emmanuel IMBERT, 21+, widower, from Toulon, France

Martha Ann DEIGHTON, aged 22 years, buried 26th June 1845

Reverend Theophilus Christopher DEININGEN, buried 23rd April 1824, aged 25 years, of Wurtemburg, Germany

P. DELAMERE, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1860

Charles Christopher DELANO, Captain of the brig William stood trial for Piracy, January 1820. Found Guilty and hung 4th February 1820

Mary DELEO, 21+, born Messina, Sicily, the widow of John GRAVES, married 9th December 1827, to William HUGHES, 21+, bachelor, from Macclesfield, Armourers Mare, HMS Warspite

Alessandro DELIA, late Sergeant in the Royal Malta Fencibles, alleged that his sister Elena DELIA married Thomas RYAN, 22nd Regiment, in a Roman Catholic ceremony at the Sarria Church, Floriana, about 1864. Ryan left Malta about a year later without his wife. On 15th April 1869 she married George MEADE, Corporal, 24th Regiment, in St.Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, Valletta, stating that she was a widow, and left Malta with him. In 1873, Ryan returned to Malta and made enquiries regarding the family. Alessandro and Elena were children of Alessandro and Carmela Delia

Emilia DELICATA, aged 23 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Salvatore and Maria Delicata, married 15th December 1866 to, William THOMPSON, aged 30 years, bachelor, born in Lancashire, Sergeant, Army Hospital Corps, the son of Thomas and Margaret Thompson

Jeanne DEMANUELE, born 6th April 1845 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Anna DENDY, aged 25 years, the wife of the Reverend W. Dendy. Buried 11th January 1844

Heathfield DENDY, the son of the Reverend W. Dendy. Buried 1st January 1844

John DENDY, living at 71 Prince of Wales Road, Sliema, 1895 Voters list

Mark DENISON, President of the Anglo-Maltese Bank 1815

James DENISTON, widower, of Dumfrieshire, Scotland, Minister of the Gospel, aged 21+, married 23rd June 1849 to, Elizabeth Oliver RUTHERFORD, spinster, the daughter of William Oliver Rutherford, of Edgerston

DENTON. Denton’s Lodging House at 112 Strada Brittanica, Valletta, in 1847

Ann Bannatt DENTON, born 17th November 1842, the daughter of Susan and Charles Denton

Ann Bannatt DENTON, died 30th December 1842, aged 45 days

Charles DENTON, bachelor, from Egham, Surrey, married 9th October 1841 to, Susan BENNETT, spinster, from Philleigh, Cornwall

John DENTON, Professor of English Literature at Malta University in 1802

Mary Ann DENTON, died aged 1 day, buried 24th August 1847

Susan DENTON, aged 40 years, buried 1st January 1850

William George DENTON, born 21st September 1844, the son of Susan and Charles Denton. In 1851 living in Falmouth, Cornwall

R. DEVERALL, Artificer in the Factory, October 1857

Henry DEVERELL, living at 31 Strada Oratorio, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Winifred DEVITT, baptised 8th October 1883, the daughter of Thomas and Jane Devitt, Clerk, Eastern Telegraph Co.

Dora Evelyn DEWAR, died 30th December 1861, aged 5 years, the daughter of W.A.Dewar, Deputy Postmaster General

W. A. DEWAR, Superintendent of the Post Office, 1865

W.A. DEWAR, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1865, 1866

Thomas DEWIGNER, born about 1841 in Malta. In 1851 living in Woodford, Essex

Joseph DIAS, died 10th February 1840, arrived on the Steamer Blazer, from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto, from dysentery

Mrs DICKSON, the wife of Dr. Edward Dalzel Dickson, gave birth to twin sons, 9th August 1849, at Tripoli in Barbary

Elizabeth DICKSON, died at Tripoli, aged nearly 70 years old, the widow of John Dickson, Surgeon Royal Navy and the daughter of Archibald Dalzell

Georgina Melita Dalzel DICKSON, born 31st July 1835, the daughter of Elizabeth and John Dickson

Georgina Melita DICKSON, aged 6 months, buried 9th January 1836

Hanmer DICKSON, born 23rd July 1845 in Tripoli, the son of Edward Dalziel Dickson M.D., and Louisa Dickson, nee WARRINGTON

Helen DICKSON, the daughter of the late Dr.John Dickson, married 12th October 1848, to M.A.G.B. GAGLUFFI, Vice-Consul at Fezzan

John DICKSON MD, died at Tripoli 27th February 1847, Surgeon, Royal Navy, aged 70 years, leaving a widow, five sons and three daughters. Superintendent of Health Tripoli, where he was resident for 33 years

John DICKSON, born 17th June 1847, in Tripoli, the son of Edward Dalziel Dickson M.D., and Louisa Dickson, nee WARRINGTON

Charles Hanmer DICKSON, died at Constantinople on 8th July 1869, where he had arrived on the 5th. HBM Consul on the island of Crete since 1865. He was buried in the British cemetery at Scutari

Mary DICKSON, born 27th August 1853, the daughter of Louisa and Edward Dalziel Dickson. Baptised at Tripoli

Mary Edith Raymond DICKSON, born 9th November 1876, the daughter of Mary Anne and David Louson Dickson

Charlotte DIGHT, born about 1804 in Malta. In 1851 living with her father James Dight in Wimbledon, Surrey

Eliza Almeria DILLON, aged 84 years, the widow of Major Robert Dillon, buried 3rd December 1869

M.J. DILLON, on the staff of Flores College, Valletta, 1899

Richard DILLON, born about 1842 in Malta. In 1851 living in a Boy’s Insitution in Chelsea, London

Carmela DIMECH, born 13th May 1860 in Mosta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Dr.Francesco DIMECH, Men’s Hospital Medical Staff, Senior Physician 1805

John Joseph DIMECH, born 30th August 1864 in Mosta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Peter Paul DIMECH, born 25th March 1845 in Floriana, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Elizabeth Ann DINELEY, born 5th March 1861, the daughter of Helen and Thomas Dineley

Dr.Adrian DINGLI, born 8th October 1817, in Valletta, the son of Sir Paolo and Mariana Dingli, nee Xuereb, baptized at Porto Salvo. Full name Michael Adrianus Andreas Joseph Vincentius Eduardus Dingli. Graduated Doctor of Laws from Malta University 1836, spent following six years touring other European countries. Appointed Crown Advocate in January 1854. Married 19th February 1854, Catherine MAMO, the eldest daughter of Hon. Vincenzo Mamo. She died three years later in 1857, aged 37 years. Their only son died in adolescence. In 1879 he married Amy Mildred CHARLTON, daughter of W.H. Charlton, of Northumberland. They had one son, also named Adrian who was born 30th August 1881, when Sir Adrian was almost 64 years old. He died in Valletta, 25th November 1900, aged 83 years

Catherine DINGLI, the first wife of Sir Adrian Dingli, died 19th January 1857

Constantia DINGLI, the daughter of Sir Paolo Dingli, died 1852

Dolores DINGLI, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Emmanuele and Lorenza Dingli, married 26th January 1866 to, John Augustus CLIFTON, 21+, bachelor, born in Llanfrynach, Wales, Sub-Lieutenant, HMS Resistance, the son of Charles and Mary Jane Clifton

Dr. Giuseppe DINGLI, Women’s Hospital Medical Staff 1802, Men’s Hospital Medical Staff, Senior Physician 1805

Michelina DINGLI, the daughter of Sir Paolo Dingli, buried 9th February 1860

Sir Paolo DINGLI, born in Gozo 1781, a lawyer. Appointed a judge in 1833, and President of the Court of Appeal in 1854

Sir Paolo DINGLI, buried 15th October 1867

Paul DINGLI, the son of Sir Adrian Dingli, buried 20th June 1858

Christian Ann DINNING, 21+, spinster, of Southampton, Hampshire, the daughter of James and Eliza Dinning, married 11th July 1876, to Charles Hugh STACEY, 21+, bachelor, of Brightelmstone, Sussex, the son of Charles Hugh and Charlotte Stacey

James DINNING, died 11th March 1863 at Dunford's Hotel, aged 43 years, Hotelkeeper. From Renton

Samuel DINNING, aged 1 year 4 months, buried 5th February 1846

Nicholas DINSDALE, seaman, from Sunderland, aged 33 years. Buried 1st October 1847

Charles DIOT, 21+, bachelor, born in St.James, Bristol, the son of Francis and Fanny Diot, married 27th May 1856 to, Jane Hannah GILBERT, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of James and Mary Ann Gilbert

John Robert DISTON, buried 26th December 1828, aged 41 years

John DISTON, living at 118 Strada Street, Valletta, electoral list 1852. Clerk in the Post Office, retired due to ill health, granted a £ 50 gratuity in 1850

John Barclay DITCHFIELD, aged 53 years, buried 18th January 1836

Eliza Marianne Degaris DIXON, born 7th October 1828, the daughter of John Thomas Peter and Lavinia Dixon

John De Garis DIXON, buried 11th July 1830, aged 56 years

John Nicholas DIXON, baptised 11th August 1830, the son of Lavinia and John Thomas Peter Dixon. He was buried 14th August 1830, aged 3 days

Mary DIXON, buried 14th February 1830, aged 54 years, the wife of John Dixon

Francis A. DOBBS, living at 64 Strada Ponente, Valletta, electoral list 1852

William DOBSON, Master of the English Brig Mary & Caroline of Newcastle, aged 36 years, buried 30th March 1853

J.H. & M. DODRIDGE, Booksellers & Stationers, Hosiers, Gloves and Shirtmakers, 46 Strada Teatro, Valletta, in 1898

Philip DODRIDGE, living at 45 Strada Genio, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

Thomas DOHENY, living at 38 Strada Bastione, Senglea, electoral list 1852

Mr. DOHERTY, Artificer in the Factory, October 1857

J. DOHERTY, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1871

John DOHERTY, 21+, widower, born in Sligo, Ireland, employee HM Dockyard, the son of Patrick and Mary Doherty, married 12th December 1865 to, Barbara HALLIFAX, 21+, spinster, born in Wigton, Cumberland, the daughter of Barbara and the late Reverend Joseph Hallifax

John DOHERTY, died 27th December 1896, aged 78 years, of HM Dockyard

Anthony John DOLER, born about 1816 in Malta. In 1851 living in Westminster, London

Jean David DOMBRE, from Switzerland, married 6th January 1829 to, Rose Elizabeth BORNAUD, from Switzerland

H. DOMENICHETTI, Professor of English Literature at Malta University 1888 to 1889

DONELLY. Donelly’s Lodging House at 86 Strada Forni, Valletta, in 1847

Alexander John DONELLY, born 12th January 1845, the son of Anne and John Alexander Donelly

Alfred Alexander DONELLY, born 6th May 1839, the son of Anne and John Alexander Donelly

Ann DONELLY, died November 1848, the wife of John A. Donnely formerly resident in Malta, at Atfeh in Egypt

John Alexander DONELLY, buried 10th February 1840, aged 8 months


John DONELLY, 21+, bachelor, from Devon, married 5th June 1838, to Anne LOTT, the widow of George LottMargaret Ann DONELLY, born 26th October 1842, the daughter of Ann and John Alexander Donelly

Maria DONELLY, born about 1822 in Malta. Working as a Servant in Ealing, Middlesex, in 1851

Mary Isabella DONKIN, born 27th June 1860, the daughter of Isabella and Charles Joseph Donkin

Richard DONNELLY, stowed away on the Christina, and found on board after the vessel’s departure from Liverpool. Arrived at Malta 9th September 1864

Lawrence DORAN, Watchman, working in HM Dockyard 1825

George DORYTEN (?), buried 11th May 1830, aged 47 years

Francesco DOUBLESIN, employed by the Commissariat Department at the King’s Bakery from 25th September 1819 till 30th June 1852

Clotilde DOUBLET, born 23rd May 1830 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Giuseppe DOUBLET, born 9th January 1838. Joined the Police Department in March 1874, as sub-inspector No.6, and by 1877 had been promoted to the post of sub-inspector No.3.

Napoleona A. DOUBLET, Assistant Storekeeper Customs Department, 1865

Vincent DOUBLET, French Tutor at the Lyceum in 1847

Alexander DOUGLAS, resident Malta, electoral list 1854

Alexander DOUGLAS, buried 8th February 1858

Benjamin DOUGLAS, living at 8D Strada Mercanti, Valletta, electoral list 1852

John DOUGLAS, died 28th April 1849, on board the brig Hercules, in passage from Cagliari to Galatz, Seaman

Ninian DOUGLAS, buried 26th November 1822, aged 71 years

R. DOUGLAS, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1862

B. DOUGLASS, Marine Surveyor in 1856

B. DOUGLASS, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1836, 1847, 1849. Master of The Zetland Lodge 1853, 1858

Henry Ariel Scott DOUGLASS, born 28th November 1849, the son of Frederica and George Douglass

Henry DOUGLASS, born about 1809 in Malta. In 1851 living in Clifton, Yorkshire, with his mother Mary and two sisters

Isabella S. Scott DOUGLASS, born 6th August 1848, the daughter of Frederica and George Douglass

George J. DOWDALL, born about 1819 in Malta. In 1851 living in Portsea, Hampshire

Alfred Edwin DOWN, born 31st January 1867, the son of Sarah Jane and John Down

Jessie Sarah DOWN, born 5th July 1869, the son of Sarah Jane and John Down

Samuel DOWNIE, 21+, bachelor, from Cumbernauld, Scotland, married 29th December 1824, to Mary PEAK, 21+, spinster, from Cretingham, Suffolk

T. DOWNS, in partnership with W.P. Johnson, established the Phoenix Engineering business, located in Casal Curmi, Marsa, in 1852. The firm grew to be the largest privately owned engineering company in Malta

Tom DOWNS, aged 31 years, bachelor, the son of James Downs, married 26th September 1893, to Bessie HAMILTON, aged 25 years, spinster, from Falmouth, Cornwall, the daughter of James Hamilton

D.N. DOWSWELL, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1898

Bernard Mervyn DRAKE, born 24th May 1858, the son of Laura Ann and John Mervyn Cutliffe Drake

Margaret DRAKE, born about 1820 in Malta. In 1851 living in New Catton, Norfolk

S.M.C. DRAKE, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1861

George DRAY, born in Brighton, Sussex, about 1846 Seaman. Buried 27th July 1879, aged 33 years

Sarah Elizabeth DREW, born 18th September 1841, the daughter of William and Rebecca Drew

Paulus Johannes DRIESCHER, aged 16 years, seaman, Dutch frigate Admiral de Wassanaess, buried 26th March 1858

Samian DRINKWATER, aged 22 years, Engineer, buried 6th May 1862

Hester Eliza DRUMMOND, aged 32 years, buried 31st December 1852

Captain Henry DUBBINS, died 15th September 1869 at sea on board the steamship Hecla, aged 50 years

William R. DU FROCQ, aged 34 years, Master of the Brig Lightning of Guernsey. Buried 8th October 1851

Elizabeth DUCK, born about 1839 in Malta. Living in Tottenham, London, in 1851

Elizabeth Forbes DUCKWORTH, born 29th January 1832, the daughter of Robinson and Elizabeth Forbes Duckworth

Robinson DUCKWORTH, dissolved partnership with Charles Alexander in January 1832, and reconstructed the company as R.Duckworth & Co.

R. DUCKWORTH & Co., Insurance Agents, at 14 Strada Ponente, Valletta, in 1847

Jane DUDDELL, born about 1786 in Malta. In 1851 living in Aston, Warwickshire, with her children

James Sproule DUDDEN, born about 1819 in Malta. Living in Market Harborough, in 1851

Francois Ernest Theodore DUFFOUR, 21+, bachelor, born in Hamburg, Germany, married 23rd June 1846 to, Teresa TREFFER, widow, born in Constantinople

B.H. DUNBAR, granted a licence to open a school, 18th October 1827

Benjamin Howard DUNBAR married 1834, to Elisabetta CARCAS

Benjamin Howard DUNBAR, widower, married October 1862 to Teresa WARDLE, the widow of John Wardle. The ceremony took place at the residence of Mrs. Wardle, and was performed by Reverend Don Francesco Gauci. She was the second daughter of Hector Zimelli

Benjamin Howard DUNBAR, living at 106 Strada Forni, Valletta, 1852. Professor of English Literature at Malta University, 1858 to 1880. Died 28th April 1881, in his 80th year. Son of the late Sir Benjamin Dunbar, Bart.

Charles DUNBAR, died on the French Government Steamer from Marseilles. Buried 9th January 1843

W.F. DUNBAR, died 23rd February 1862, of the Malta General Post Office, the son of B.A. Dunbar, Professor of English Literature at the University

William DUNFORD, buried 8th August 1824, aged 32 years, a Smith in the Dockyard

Emma DUNN, born about 1812 in Malta. Living in Reading, Berkshire, in 1851

George DUNN, 21+, bachelor, born in Aberdeen, Captain, P.&.O. steamer Colombo, the son of John and Anne Dunn, married 23rd January 1861 to, Helen Isabella TAYLOR, spinster, minor, born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, the daughter of Thomas and Isabella Taylor

Henry William DUNN, aged 29 years, bachelor, the son of John Dunn, married 3rd August 1893, to Mary Anne Ching JERMYN, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of John Jermyn

James Edward DUNN, born 13th January 1856, the son of Hannah Rebecca and James George Greenwood Dunn

Emma B. DUNNING, born 20th January 1843, the daughter of Elizabeth and William Dunning

Edward John DUNNING, buried 28th July 1851, aged 15 months

Harry DUNNING, born 31st January 1854, the son of Elizabeth and William Dunning

James Augustus DUNNING, born 21st May 1841, the son of Elizabeth and William Dunning

John Samuel DUNNING, born 27th September 1844, the son of Elizabeth and William Dunning

Richard Henry DUNNING, born 2nd February 1848, the son of Elizabeth and William Dunning

Richard DUNNING, buried 1st December 1849, aged 22 months

Thomas Charles DUNNING, born 8th May 1851, the son of Elizabeth and William Dunning

Thomas Charles DUNNING, buried 22nd October 1851, aged 5 months

William DUNNING, aged 53 years, buried 15th September 1859

William Henry DUNNING, born 20th July 1852, the son of Elizabeth and William Dunning

William H. DUNNING, buried 11th August 1853, aged one year

William Walter DUNNING, born 18th January 1856, the son of Elizabeth and William Dunning

DUNSFORD’S Hotel at 249 & 254 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847. Grace Dunford advertised that her house combines privacy with the domestic comforts of an English establishment. She trusts that by her continued attention to clean apartments, good cuisine, and moderate charges to ensure a continuance of that Patronage she has so long enjoyed

Mrs Grace DUNSFORD took over from Madame Gaubau at the Clarence Hotel. Announced on Friday 2nd October 1846, the Clarence Hotel recently occupied by Madame Gaubau was closed for alterations and repairs

Hannah DUNSFORD, aged 53 years, buried 6th April 1851

Joseph William DUNSFORD, aged 37 years, buried 25th December 1841

Mary DUNSFORD, aged 54 years, buried 29th November 1851

John DUNWOOD, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

John DUSTAN, bachelor, married 14th September 1871, to Mary Ann Elizabeth HARTNELL, the daughter of Mark Hartnell and Mary Ann his wife

Eliza DYER, born about 1816 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Newchurch, Hampshire

William DYNSON, aged 28 years, buried 22nd October 1855

Mr. DYTON, Master Blacksmith, HM Dockyard, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 11th May 1830

Charles Frederick EASTERBROOK, aged 30 years, bachelor, the son of John Easterbrook, married 20th October 1884, to Lucy Georgiana GAINS, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of Henry Tatt Gains

C.F. EASTERBROOK, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1891

Adeline EASTON, born 27th February 1865, the daughter of John and Mary Anne Easton, nee KEEN, Military Store Clerk

Elizabeth Annie EASTON, born 23rd August 1862, the daughter of John and Mary Anne Easton

Charles EATON, aged 50 years, buried 10th June 1845

Martha Eliza EATON, aged 18 years, widow, born Gibraltar, the daughter of Thomas and Annie GOURLEY, married 12th June 1877, to John TOUGH, aged 28 years, bachelor, of London, the son of John and Agnes Tough, Schoolmaster, 42nd Regiment

Richard EASTON, Inspector of Ordnance, married 15th July 1826 to, Elizabeth SANDERS, of Buckinghamshire

Elizabeth EASTMAN, aged 46 years, buried 19th August 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Maurice EBEJER, born 28th January 1852 in Dingli, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

John ECCATT, 21+, bachelor, born in North Wanborough, Hampshire, Servant, the son of Charles and Mary Eccatt, married 17th January 1865 to, Maria BIRCH, 21+, spinster, born in Stapleton, Gloucestershire, the daughter of John and Maria Birch

Asher R. EDDY, Colonel, United States Army, arrived from Egypt with his wife and daughter on 26th January 1879. He had been ill for several weeks, and passed away the following day, aged 56 years. Born in the state of Rhode Island in 1824, he graduated from West Point Military Academy in the Class of 1844. He served in the Mexican War, and the American Civil War. His wife was a niece of General Sam Houston of Texas

C. EDE, died 2nd August 1863, in Florence, late of Constantinople, aged 76 years

Eliza EDE, born about 1814 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Kingston on Thames, Surrey

Mary EDE, born about 1831 in Malta. In 1851 working as a Servant in Westminster, London

John EDGECOMBE, living at 168 Strada San Paolo, Cospicua, 1852

John EDGINTON, born about 1850 in Malta. Living in Charlton, Kent, in 1851

Lucy Jane EDMOND, born 28th January 1843, the daughter of Jemima Clare and Owen Copner Edmond

O.C. EDMOND, Superintendent P.&.O. Company in 1847

Mr. EDMONDS, resident in Malta 1837

James EDMONDS, buried 13th October 1839, aged 37 years

William EDNEY, resident in Malta, October 1857

Maria EDSLEY, born about 1837 in Malta. Living in Plumstead, Kent, in 1851

Ann EDWARDS, born about 1838 in Malta. Living and working as a Servant in Shropshire in 1851

George EDWARDS, born about 1837 in Malta. Living in Clifton, Yorkshire, in 1851

James Roch EDWARDS, aged 24 years, bachelor, the son of Thomas Knowling Edwards, Royal Dockyard Chatham, married 29th March 1880, to Carrie Courtney CHANDLER, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of John Chandler, Brewer, 305 Hackney Road, London

John EDWARDS, Merchant Seaman, died in the Naval Hospital, buried 23rd July 1829

John EDWARDS, aged 24 years, seaman, buried 28th April 1855

Leopold EDWARDS, born 2nd January 1819, the son of Camilla Leopolda and Joseph William Edwards

Dr. St. John EDWARDS, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1862, 1864. District Grand Master in 1864

St. John EDWARDS M.D., 21+, bachelor, born in Bangor, North Wales, Physician, the son of Robert and Susannah Edwards, married 10th December 1861 to, Josephine MOLYNEUX, 21+, the widow of Thomas Blayds Molyneux, born in Malta, the daughter of Maria and Vincenzo MAMO

Mrs EDWARDS, the wife of St. John Edwards, gave birth to a daughter 17th July 1863

Margaret Jannetta EDWARDS, born 20th March 1828, the daughter of Evan and Elizabeth Foulger Edwards

William EDWARDS, born 29th January 1853

Jno. EGAN, 2nd Class Constable, granted £ 20 gratuity in 1855, since his length of service died not qualify for a pension

Juliet Rebecca EGERTON, born 30th October 1849, the daughter of Juliet Olivia and Frederic Arthur Egerton

Nils EILERSTEN, aged 22 years, buried 26th September 1856

Charles ELBIN, aged 20 years, seaman, s.s. Narva, buried 4th April 1867

Catherine Elizabeth EDRIDGE, baptised 14th April 1860, the daughter of William Baldock and Adelaide Edridge, Purveyor's Clerk to H.M. Forces

Rose Hellen EDRIDGE, baptised 5th January 1861, the daughter of William B. and Adelaide Edridge, Purveyor's Clerk

John ELIOT, 21+, bachelor, of Lamesley, Durham, the son of Peter and Margaret Eliot, Bengal Civil Service, married 24th March 1877, to Mary NEVILL, 21+, spinster, of Middlesex, the daughter of William and Mary Nevill

Andrew Richard ELLIOT, aged 40 years, buried 10th December 1860

W. ELLIOT, Clerk of Works, Vittoriosa, in 1849

Walter ELLIOT Jnr., bachelor, from Wolflee, Scotland, married 15th January 1839, to Maria Dorothea Hunter BLAIR, spinster, the eldest daughter of Sir David Hunter Blair Bt., of Blairquhan, Ayr, Scotland. This marriage was solemnised by the Reverend John Ryle Wood, Domestic Chaplain to the Dowager Queen Adelaide, during her visit to Malta in the winter of 1838/1839

Walter ELLIOT, 21+, bachelor, born Kelso, Scotland, Superintendent of Naval Works, married 15th April 1846 to, Ellen Caroline STAINES, the fourth daughter of Lucy and the late Stephen Staines

Dr Thomas ELLIOTSON, arrived 7th July 1850 from Tunis, and died on 30th July

James ELLIOTT, born about 1826 in Malta. Living in Portsmouth in 1851 with his wife Mellison

Mellison ELLIOTT, born about 1829 in Malta. The wife of Surgeon James Elliott. In 1851 living with her husband in Portsmouth

Edward ELLIS, aged 20 years, buried 16th January 1866

James ELLIS, born about 1828 in Malta. Living in St.Pancras, London, in 1851

Richard ELLIS, born in London, 27th January 1841, of a large family. Fostered by Mr. and Mrs. Conroy. Mr.Conroy was interested in photography, and when they arrived in Malta in 1857, he set up a photographic studio at Senglea. Ellis assisted, but then opened his own studio in 1871, at 43 Strada Stretta, Valletta. Was living at this address in 1895 Voters list. He died in 1924. The photographic firm he founded continues

W.A. ELLIS, HM Dockyard Police, October 1857

Ann ELLISS, born about 1811 in Malta. Living in Leicestershire in 1851

William ELLSWORTH, Master of Transport, Duke of York, married 16th November 1816, to Eliza SPATTARO, of Vienna

William ELLSWORTH, Master of brig Maitland, gave notice that he will not be liable for debts incurred by his wife, Eliza Ellsworth, 26th June 1827

Captain William ELLSWORTH died 12th January 1848, at his residence 65 Strada Irlandese, Vittoriosa, aged 69 years

Dr. ELLUL went to Scutari Hospital in 1854, during the Crimean War

Alphonse ELLUL, born 2nd December 1864 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Anthony ELLUL, born 8th February 1834 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Benoit ELLUL, born 27th August 1856 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Gioacchino ELLUL, Hotel Keeper at Imperial Hotel, Valletta, in 1851. Formerly known at Mediterranee Hotel

Louis ELLUL, born in Malta 1853, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Paul Salvatore Louis ELLUL, born 18th September 1830 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Richard Goodall ELRINGTON, buried 27th June 1847, aged 2 years

John ELSON, born about 1812 in Malta. Living with his wife Elizabeth and children in Bethnal Green, London, in 1851

Thomas ELSON, 21+, bachelor, from Exmouth, Devon, married 12th February 1831, to Caroline Mary NOWELL, 21+, spinster, from London

Frank Thomas ELY, aged 28 years, bachelor, Chemist, the son of Thomas Ely, married 8th November 1884, to Amelia Susannah UTTING, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of Samuel Utting

Ethel Marion EMPSON, born 4th July 1878, the daughter of Janet and Charles Anglesea Empson

G.L. ENGERER MD, died 28th August 1869 in Pieta, Senior Surgeon at the Civil Hospital, Floriana

Mr ENGLAND, died 21st October 1859, aged 41 years, Clerk of Works, Royal Engineers

Alfred James ENGLAND, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1882

Antonia ENGLAND, married 1814, to Francis Augustus NAUDI MD. She was born in 1792, and died 1828

Elizabeth ENGLAND, born about 1824 in Malta. In 1851 living in Plymouth

Francesca ENGLAND, married 7th June 1825, to Francis Michael PARNIS, M.D.

Giovanni ENGLAND, living at 40 Strada San Domenico, Valletta, 1852

John ENGLAND, married 30th October 1837, to Mary Anne PARNIS, at St.Paul's Shipwreck Church, Valletta

John ENGLAND, died in Balzan, 12th October 1857. He left a widow and five children

Joseph ENGLAND, born 1810, died 1844, aged 34 years

Lena Fanny ENGLAND, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Alfred James England, married 3rd April 1893 to, James Francis GOLDEN, aged 31 years, bachelor, Clerk, the son of Michael Golden

William ENGLAND, married 20th June 1790, to Calcidonia MAMO, the daughter of Catherine and Francesco Mamo, at St.Paul's Shipwreck Church. They had a family of ten children, of which four died in infancy. He was appointed British Consul on 18th October 1789. Consul for Sweden 2nd July 1792, Consul for the USA on 17th December 1796. He died 1833

William ENGLAND, born 2nd November 1847

William ENGLAND, living at 14 Strada Reale, Valletta, on 1895 voters list

William John ENGLAND, Collector of Customs, 1803 – 1806

John Thomas ENRIGHT, born in Malta about 1807. Living with his mother Martha at 23 East Street, Southampton, in 1851

William Thomas ENTECOTT, aged 22 years, bachelor, born in Deptford, Kent, Sapper, Royal Engineers, the son of Thomas and Margaret Entecott

Emile ERBEAU, born 20th July 1851, the son of Gioacchina and Marcelin Erbeau, of Switzerland

Marcelin ERBEAU, 21+, bachelor, born in Canton of Neufchatel, Switzerland, married 2nd August 1848 to, Gioacchina ROIZ, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Augustino and Regina Roiz

Peter ERKS, aged 16 years, seaman from Hannover, buried 23rd June 1855

Reverend B. ESMONDE, granted a licence to open a school 16th May 1845

B. ESSEX, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1897

George EVANS, born about 1816 in Malta. In 1851 living in Clarborough, Nottinghamshire, with his wife Sarah

Melita Mary EVANS, born 16th December 1842, the daughter of Mary Teresa and William Davis Evans

Samuel EVANS, born in Malta about 1814. Living in Southwark, London, in 1814

Thomas EVANS, master of the merchant brig Mary Barry, aged 35 years

William George EVELEIGH, aged 28 years, bachelor, the son of George Eveleigh, married 5th May 1891, to Susanna CARUANA, aged 27 years, spinster

Eliza EVERED, born in Malta about 1808. Living in Walcot, Somerset, in 1851

George EVERSON, aged 23 years, bachelor, from Portsea, Hampshire, resident in Malta, married 14th February 1824, to Mary WALSH, aged 23 years, spinster, from Cork, Ireland, resident in Malta

George EVERETT, born in Malta about 1841. Living in Norwich in 1851 with his uncle and aunt John and Mary Barber

Maria EVERETT, born in Malta about 1840. Living in Norwich in 1851 with her uncle and aunt John and Mary Barber

John EWART, died 6th April 1863, aged 68 years. Late of Monument Place, Liverpool. A native of Minnigaff, Kirkcudbright, Scotland. Lived for many years in England where he acquired an ample fortune with which he has enriched various religious and charitable institutions besides leaving large sums for the advancement of education in England and Scotland

R. EWING, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1881

Beatrice Maud EYLES, born 3rd April 1870, the daughter of Edward Eyles and Mary Frances Kelly

William Herbert EYLES, born 23rd October 1867, the son of Edward Eyles and Mary Frances Kelly

Ann EYNAUD, died 2nd May 1865, aged 74 years, the widow of Peter Paul Eynaud. Her husband died 12th August 1840, aged 54 years, and is remembered on her gravestone, as is their son Peter Eynaud, who died on 30th November 1836, aged 21 years, off the coast of Liberia whilst serving on board the US Navy frigate Potomac

Anna Georgina EYNAUD, born 27th April 1826, the daughter of Anne and Peter Paul Eynaud

Charles Breed EYNAUD, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, Merchant, the son of Ann and the late Peter Paul Eynaud, married 17th March 1864 to, Isabella STAPLES, 21+, spinster, born in Biddeford, Maine, U.S.A., the fourth daughter of Mary Ann and Benjamin Staples

Charles Breed EYNAUD, President of the Bank of Malta 1866 and 1874

Charles Breed EYNAUD, died 10th April 1891, aged 63 years. He was born in Malta but received his early education in America, Merchant, the husband of Isabella Emery Eynaud

Charlotte EYNAUD, born 2nd September 1822, the daughter of Ann and Paul Eynaud

Dorcas Smith EYNAUD, born 16th August 1830, the daughter of Anne and Peter Paul Eynaud

Francesco EYNAUD, living at 143 Strada Stretta, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Francis E. EYNAUD, aged 45 years, Merchant, born in Malta, buried 10th March 1880

Francis Edward EYNAUD, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, the son of Anne and the late Paul Eynaud, married 17th October 1865 in Archbishop of Malta’s Palace in Valletta, by Reverend Don S. Cumbo, then by the Reverend John Cleugh St.Paul’s Anglican Church, to Camilla EYNAUD, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the third daughter of Maria and Louis Eynaud

Isabella Emery EYNAUD, died 6th June 1886, aged 46 years, the wife of Charles Breed Eynaud, and the fourth daughter of the late Benjamin STAPLES, Biddeford, Maine, U.S.A. She married Charles Breed Eynaud on 17th March 1864

Louisa Emilia EYNAUD, born 28th May 1829, the daughter of Anne and Peter Paul Eynaud

Luigi Andrea EYNAUD, Agent for La Speranza Insurance Co. in 1847. living at 100 Molo Pieta, electoral list 1852

Luigi Stefano EYNAUD, living at 25 Strada San Ursola, Valletta, 1852

Matilda Frances EYNAUD, died 6th February 1893, the eldest daughter of Anne and Peter Paul Eynaud, aged 77 years, born in France

Maud Emily EYNAUD, born 6th February 1865, the daughter of Isabella Emery and Charles Breed Eynaud

Peter EYNAUD, died 30th November 1836, aged 21 years, the son of Peter Paul Eynaud. Died off the coast of Liberia, whilst serving in the United States Navy, on board frigate Potomac

Peter Paul EYNAUD, died 24th August 1840, aged 54 years

S. MICALLEF EYNAUD, President of the Bank of Malta 1878 and 1879

Sophia Susan EYNAUD, died 14th September 1895, the second daughter of Paul and Ann Eynaud, aged 86 years. Born 3rd November 1818

Stefano EYNAUD, living at 73 Molo Pieta, electoral list 1852

Toussaint EYNAUD, living at 40 Piazza Maggiore, Floriana, electoral list 1852

W.B. EYNAUD, President of the Bank of Malta 1865

William Stephen EYNAUD, a Director of the Malta Bank, in 1849. Living at 341 Strada San Paolo, Valletta, 1852. Died 24th December 1871, at his residence at 93 Strada Ponente, Valletta. Born in Malta, May 1813. He left widow Amelia

William Stephen EYNAUD married in 1860, to Amelia LAWRENCE, the daughter of Alexander M. Lawrence of New York, USA, a prominent merchant and shipowner

Trinity Church and Parsonage, Sliema, Malta. c.1880

Joseph FABRI, born 31st October 1828 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph FABRI, born 2nd March 1850 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Johan Wilhelm FABRITIUS, aged 40 years, Master of a Russian Bark. Buried 18th December 1852

Christopher Bateman FAGAN, born 5th March 1849, baptised March 1866, the son of Elizabeth and Daniel Fagan

William Bacon FALCON, aged 61 years, buried 22nd April 1854

D. FALLON, Professor of English Literature at Malta University 1887 to 1888, then from 1889 to 1920

Anthony Saviour FALSON, born 3rd August 1823 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michael FALSON, born 8th November 1825 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carolina FALZON, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Gaetano and Rosaria Falzon, married 2nd March 1864 to Christopher JEFFERY, 21+, bachelor, born in Cornwall, Tailor, the son of Elizabeth and Samuel Jeffery

Edouard FALZON, born 16th November 1849 in Qormi, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

George FALZON, born 3rd June 1856 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Ignatius (Nazju) FALZON, was born on 1st July 1813 in Valletta. In his youth he received the cleric’s habit and took four minor orders. He went on to study at Malta University and graduated in Canon and Civil Law in 1833. He did not pursue a career as a Lawyer, nor did he take Holy Orders, but concentrated on teaching the Catechism. He organised prayer meetings for British Soldiers and Sailors, originally for Roman Catholics, but expanded his work to welcome men from other religions and those who did not practice any religion at all. By his teaching he attracted many to the Roman Catholic faith, and his example caused several of his lay helpers to become Army or Navy Chaplains. He died on 1st July 1865, aged 52 years, and was buried in the Ta Gesu Church, St.John’s Street, Valletta. Ignatius Falzon was beatified by His Holiness Pope John Paul II during his visit to Malta in 2001. Several of his personal possessions are on display in the Jesuit’s Church, Merchants Street, Valletta. This picture was painted in 1904 by Giuseppe Ghonnella

Joannes Franciscus FALZON, of Mosta, graduated from Malta University as a Doctor 1806

Joseph Paul Francis FALZON, born 7th November 1849 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Lawrence FALZON, born 9th August 1836 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michael FALZON, born 21st September 1850 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Charles Edward FANCOURT, born 16th November 1827, the son of Joseph and Sarah Fancourt

Henry FANCOURT, born in Malta about 1826. In 1851 living in Camberwell, London

Joseph FANCOURT, aged 36 years, bachelor, from Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire, married 14th September 1823, to Sarah HOPPS, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Sophia and Joseph Hopps, from Westminster, London

Joseph FANCOURT, born 6th May 1826, the son of Joseph and Sarah Fancourt

Joseph FANCOURT, buried 7th January 1829, aged 44 years

Sarah FANCOURT, 21+, widow of Joseph Fancourt, married 11th October 1829, to William John BOLDING, 21+, bachelor, from Middlesex

Margaret FAREMOUTH, 21+, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of Joseph and Antonia LATOUCHE, married 2nd April 1868 to, Edward Lee SQUIRE, 21+, bachelor, born in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, the son of Richard Edward and Eliza Squire

Samuel FAREMOUTH, bachelor, of Westcomb Farm, Devon, married 9th April 1849 to, Margaret LATOUCHE, spinster, resident Malta

George FARR, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

George FARR, living 40D Strada Zecca, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

John FARR, married 17th July 1831, to Michelina ZARB, the only daughter of Girolamo Zarb, Merchant, at Parish Church of St.Pauls, Valletta

John FARR, Clerk, Civil Ordnance Department in 1847. Living at 4 Strada San Ursola, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Elizabeth FARRANT, born in Malta about 1848. Living in Portsea in 1851

Matthew FARRANT, Captain of the English schooner Eagle of Liverpool. He arrived from Constantinople, and died 4th January 1853, in the Lazaretto, of apoplexy. He came from Cornwall, and was aged 46 years

John FARRELL, Foreman of Smiths, working in HM Dockyard, died 12th April 1808

Jane FARRIER, born in Malta about 1803. Married. In 1851 living in Chelsea, London

Antonia FARRUGIA, minor, with her parents consent, born Malta, the daughter of George and Mary Farrugia, married 29th May 1873, to John Hawkshaw ABBOTT, aged 34 years, widower, from Leeds, Yorkshire, the son of John and Mary Abbott, Staff-Sergeant, A.S.C.

Egizria Eugenia Adelaida Joanna Angelica Magdalena FARRUGIA, aged 19 years, spinster, born Valletta, the daughter of Vincentio Farrugia, married 23rd May 1879, to James Henry WYATT, aged 22 years, bachelor, of Portsmouth, the son of James Wyatt

Esther FARRUGIA, aged 17 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Antonio and Peppina Farrugia, married 2nd July 1866 to, Robert Kidd GORDON, aged 25 years, bachelor, born in New London, Canada West, the son of Thomas and Ellen Gordon

Filippo FARRUGIA, Chief Clerk of General Post Office, married at the Church of Vittoria Valletta, on 2nd September 1862, to Mary BARBAR, fourth surviving daughter of the late Louis Barbar

Giuseppe FARRUGIA, Pharmacist, Men’s Hospital Medical Staff 1805

John Nicholas FARRUGIA, born 24th June 1865 in Siggiewi, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph FARRUGIA, born 11th May 1854 in Dingli, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph FARRUGIA, born 5th February 1855 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph Salvatore Nicholas FARRUGIA, born 19th January 1861 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Louis FARRUGIA, born 28th March 1834 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Marie FARRUGIA, born 24th October 1835 in Senglea, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Marie FARRUGIA, born 22nd October 1845 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Mary FARRUGIA, 21+, spinster, born in Valletta, married 10th July 1849 to, William FRYER, 21+, bachelor, from Gosport, Seaman, HMS Caledonia

Michael Francis Joseph FARRUGIA, born 16th March 1861 in Xewkija, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Rosina FARRUGIA, 21+, spinster, born Tripoli, married 4th January 1877, to John HUNT, 21+, bachelor, born England

Salvatore FARRUGIA, born 7th April 1845 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore FARRUGIA, born 23rd October 1847 in Zabbar, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Mary Ann FARSOT, born about 1821. In 1841 living in Ditchingham, Norfolk

Arden Edward William FAUQUIER, 21+, bachelor, born in Corfu, the son of Charles and Teodora Fauquier, married 22nd July 1868 to, Marianna SCHEMBRI, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Giuseppe and Rosa Schembri

George FAULKNER, Freemason, one of the petitioners for the establishment of The Union of Malta Lodge in 1831

Joseph William FAULKNER, born 6th February 1856, the son of Elizabeth and Thomas Faulkner

Edmund FAUNTON, born in England, a Merchant in Palermo, married 19th November 1817 to, Sarah PRIOR, from Middlesex

Eliza FAWCETT, born about 1809 in Malta. Married. Living in Camberwell, London, in 1851

Captain Michael FAWKNER, November 1848, commanding the English brig George and Richard, whilst under a temporary aberration of mind, threw himself overboard from his vessel. Due to the efforts of the mate and crew he was saved, and taken ashore, where he was placed under the surveillance of his friends at Day’s British Hotel.

A few days later, he approached a hotel window, but as his intentions were evident he did not have not time to carry them out before Mr. and Mrs. Day seized him by his coat. A struggle ensued in which he got loose and managed to get out of the window, but was caught. However, he finally got his arms free from his coat and dropped, his fall was broken by a clothes line and his life was spared though he fractured his leg. He was half owner of his vessel, and the father of a young family. He died on the morning Tuesday 21st November 1848, aged 49 years

Robert FAWKNER, died 22nd September 1850. Captain of the Schooner Spy. Died in the Lazaretto, aged 35 years

Reverend Arthur FEARON, Chaplain of Holy Trinity Church, Sliema, 1877/1878

Henry FEARON, born 10th March 1878, the son of Elizabeth and Reverend Arthur Fearon

Charles FEDER, aged 20 years, seaman, English Steamer Columbian, buried 5th April 1856

Maria FELICISSMA, born 20th January 1841 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

J.H.R. FELLOWES, resident Malta, electoral list 1862

Emilia FENAH, born about 1811 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Marylebone, London, with her husband Alexander

August Anthony FENECH, born 10th August 1818 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmel FENECH, born in Gharghur 1838, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmel Albert Joseph Dominic FENECH, born 14th January 1863 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Emmanuel Saviour FENECH, born 26th October 1789 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

F. FENECH, Freemason, District Grand Secretary 1878

Felix FENECH, born 12th December 1861 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Mary FENECH, born in Malta, the daughter of Carlo and Bridget Fenech, married 27th June 1847 to, Richard GILBERT, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, the son of James and Mary Gilbert

Michaela Vincentia Paula Josephia Gratia FENECH, aged 18 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Francesco and Rosa Fenech, married 4th March 1879, to Henry HILL, aged 27 years, bachelor, of Birmingham, the son of Christopher Hill, Corporal, 98th Regiment

Vincent Lawrence FENECH, born 2nd April 1862 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Maria FENTON, born in Malta about 1816. Living in Newington, Surrey, in 1851

Richard FERGUSSON, HM Steamer Vesuvius, arrived from Beirut, but he was dead on arrival, from fever. Buried 13th March 1840

William FERGUSSON, arrived on the English Schooner Elizabeth Mary Anne, from Dagometra. Died 6th September 1847, in the Lazaretto

Ann Jane FERLDING, born about 1836 in Malta, the daughter of Rachel and Jonathan Ferlding. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Blackburn, Lancashire

Catherine FERLDING, born about 1841 in Malta, the daughter of Rachel and Jonathan Ferlding. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Blackburn, Lancashire

Charles FERLDING, born about 1836 in Malta, the son of Rachel and Jonathan Ferlding. In 1851 living with his parents and family in Blackburn, Lancashire

F. FERNANDES, resident in Malta, October 1857

Giuseppina FERNANDES, the youngest daughter of Giovanni Fernandes, Navy Victualling Department, married 1st September 1862, at San Lorenzo Church, Vittoriosa, to George Allan Dudley WARD, Purveyor of Military Hospitals Department

John FERNANDES, 3rd Clerk to Naval Storekeeper in 1847

Margaret Ellis FERNIE, died 12th March 1880, aged 60 years. Born Glasgow

John FERNOUGHT, aged 47 years, seaman, buried 28th June 1859

John FERRAND, born in Malta about 1814. Living in York in 1851

Alexander FERRIER, aged 18 years, the son of A. Ferrier, Ordnance Department, buried 25th September 1841

Alexander FERRIER, Elder of the Free Church, died at his residence in Valletta 7th June 1845

Isabella Mill FERRIER, died 3rd January 1859, aged 69 years. The widow of Alexander Ferrier

Matilda Palmer FERRIER, died 30th October 1888, aged 69 years. The wife of William Ferrier. Born at Rochester

Thomas FERRIER, aged 46 years, Master of the English schooner Eagle. Buried 5th January 1853

William FERRIER, 21+, bachelor, married 10th September 1859, to MatildaPALMER, 21+, spinster

William FERRIER, died 15th February 1898, aged 76 years. Born Falkirk

Achille FERRIS, born 7th July 1837. Became an assistant teacher in November 1854, and two years later a full teacher, in which career he continued until 1882. He was appointed Inspector of Primary Schools on 1st June 1882. During his career he taught at the Sunday School in Qrendi from 1862 to 1865, and evening school in Valletta from 1867 to 1882

Clotilda FERRIS, born 24th February 1865. Worked for three years, 1878 till 1881 as an assistant teacher, then went to England and studied at the Liverpool Training College until 1884. She returned to Malta and became a schoolmistress in Birkirkara

Godfrey FERRIS, born 9th August 1867. Joined the Department of the Assistant Secretary to the Government for Gozo, in June 1844 as a Writer, and the following year became Clerk

Maria Carmela FERRIS, aged 24 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Joseph and Rosina Ferris, married 7th October 1867 to, Peter BAKER, aged 25 years, bachelor, born in England, Private, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of Samuel and Ruth Baker

Raphael FERRO, President of the Bank of Malta 1857 and 1867. President of the Anglo-Maltese Bank 1867

Edward V. FERRO, President of the Bank of Malta 1875, 1882 and 1889. President of the Anglo-Maltese Bank 1886

R. FERRO, a Director of the Malta Bank, and the Anglo-Maltese Bank in 1849

Raffaele (Raphael) FERRO, Freemason, one of the petitioners in 1815 for the establishment of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul

William FERROL, resident Malta, electoral list 1862

Charles Samuel Ventriss FIELD, aged 25 years, bachelor, Clerk, the son of William Henry Field, married 3rd June 1893, to Alice Maude Mary BRADLEY, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of John Bradley

Henry FIELD, aged 23 years, buried 17th October 1856

James FIELD, arrived on the Steamer Dalmatian, from Alexandria. Died on board from cholera. Buried 6th July 1865

Jacques FIGHIERA, born 30th September 1877 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Anne La Valletta FILDER, aged 17 months, the daughter of William Filder, Deputy Commissary General, buried 15th July 1827

Harry Charles Blackader FILDER, born 7th May 1828, the son of William and Anne Filder

Evangeli FILLIPIDI, native of Prevese, married 19th July 1831, to Maria Louisa TONNA, by the Chaplain of HMS Madagascar

Sarah Rebecca FINAN, born 8th January 1849, the daughter of John Finan and Sarah Corbett

George FINCH, aged 33 years, widower, Marine Engineer, married 24th December 1894 to Blanche LUCKHAM, aged 24 years, spinster

William Henry FINCH, born 28th February 1869, the son of Eliza Maria and Andrew Finch

Catherine FINDLAY, born in Malta about 1850. Living with her mother Mary Ann and family in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Julia FINDLAY, born in Malta about 1846. Living with her mother Mary Ann and family in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Alison M. FINLAY, born in Malta about 1808. Living in Lambeth, London, in 1851

Arthur George FINNIMORE, born 12th November 1891, the son of Nelson Kington and Florence Mary Finnimore, Gentleman

Florence Sybil FINNIMORE, born 6th June 1890, the daughter of Nelson Kington and Florence Mary Finnimore, Gentleman

Norman John Kington FINNIMORE, born 6th November 1888, the son of Nelson Kington and Florence Mary Finnimore, Gentleman

Bertram Eustace Houlton FIRMAN, aged 5 years 8 months, born in Malta, the son of Sarah and the late Frederick F. Firman. Buried 1st September 1899

F.F. FIRMAN, until 1893 in the Royal Engineers. He left and became Assistant Librarian at Garrison Library. Lost a son aged about 20 years and a daughter about 18 years a few weeks before his death. Died 1899

Frederick French FIRMAN, aged 54 years, born in Essex. Served in the Royal Engineers until 1893. On leaving the Army he became Assistant Librarian at Malta Garrison Library. Buried 25th May 1899

Maude Lillian FIRMAN, aged 18 years, born in Ireland, the daughter of Sarah and Frederick F. Firman. Buried 16th May 1899

Stephen B. FISHER, aged 20 years, buried 17th August 1859

W. FISHER, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1864

Thomas FITCH, buried 1st August 1839, aged 30 years

Dr. Francesco FITENI, resident Malta, electoral list 1853

Teodora FITENI, 21+, spinster, born in Bengazi, the daughter of Giovanni and Paula Fiteni, married 19th November 1869 to, Francis Howe Stephen WERRY, 21+, widower, born in Smyrna, late Vice Consul at Tunis, the son of Nathaniel William Werry

Walter FITZHERBERT, born in Malta about 1843. Living in Warsop, Nottinghamshire, in 1851

G. FITZMAURICE, born in Malta about 1832. In 1851 living in Cheltenham

Mr. FITZPATRICK, formerly in the Connaught Rangers, opened a livery stable in Floriana May 1889

Clara FITZWILLIAM, buried 9th July 1830, aged 11 days

Eleanor FITZWILLIAM, born in Malta about 1810. The wife of William Fitzwilliam. In 1851 living with her husband and family in Willesden, Middlesex

Maria FITZWILLIAM, born 6th May 1832, the daughter of Eleanor and William Fitzwilliam. In 1851 living with her parents in Willesden, Middlesex

William FITZWILLIAM, 21+, bachelor, from Manchester, married 16th January 1829, to Eleanora HURTER, minor, spinster, the daughter of John Christopher Hurter, of Switzerland, with her fathers consent

Adelaide FLACK, born 8th February 1847, the daughter of Lucy and Thomas Flack

Caroline FLACK, 21+, spinster, born in Corfu, the daughter of John and Susanna Flack, married 16th June 1846 to, William WEALE, widower, born Brecknock, Wales, lately from Corfu

Caroline Louisa FLACK, born 14th June 1845, the daughter of Lucy and Thomas Flack

Eliza FLACK, 21+, spinster, born in Athens, the fourth daughter of Lucy and the late Thomas Flack, married 26th October 1865 to, Henry WOODLEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Stoke Newington, London, the son of Mary and Captain William Woodley, R.N.

Emmeline Lucy FLACK, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Flack, Merchant, married 29th November 1879, to George OWEN, aged 27 years, bachelor, Telegraphist, the son of William Owen, Farmer

Emily FLACK, born about 1818 in Malta. In 1851 living in Selsey, Sussex

Eveline Lucy FLACK, born 25th October 1853, the daughter of Lucy and Thomas Flack

Frederick Charles Albert FLACK, born 5th March 1857, the son of Lucy and Thomas Flack

George Henry FLACK, born 29th June 1851, the son of Lucy and Thomas Flack

Georgiana FLACK, born 20th February 1849, the daughter of Lucy and Thomas Flack. Twin sister of Louisa

Georgiana FLACK, died 13th January 1851, aged 1 year 10 months, the twin sister of Louisa, and daughter of Thomas Flack

John FLACK, born 13th January 1843, the son of Lucy and Thomas Flack

John FLACK, died 27th March 1847, aged 4 years 3 months, the only son of Thomas Flack, tailor, of Valletta

Louisa FLACK, born 20th February 1849, the daughter of Lucy and Thomas Flack. Twin sister of Georgiana

Louisa FLACK, died 9th January 1851, aged 1 year 10 months, a twin daughter of Thomas Flack

Lucy FLACK, died 5th July 1897, the widow of Thomas Flack. Born 5th August 1814

Susannah Emily FLACK, spinster, minor with parent’s consent, born Corfu, the daughter of Thomas and Martha Flack, married 3rd January 1852 to, Mathew John PAGE, 21+, bachelor, born Corfu, the son of Mathew and Esther Page

Thomas FLACK, Tailor, at 46 Strada San Giovanni, Valletta, in 1847. On electoral list 1852

Thomas FLACK, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1846, 1847, 1850, 1854

Thomas FLACK, aged 51 years, buried 16th January 1860

Sir B. FLACKWOOD, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1882

William FLEET, born in Malta about 1819. Living in Birmingham in 1851

Edward FLEMING, aged 19 years, seaman, buried 7th December 1862

J. FLEMING, died in Athens, the owner of RY Schooner Syren, about July 1844

Edward FLETCHER, buried 1st August 1839, aged 86 years

Henry FLETCHER, Assistant Crown Advocate in 1847

Henry FLETCHER, died 7th November 1847 after a long and painful illness, aged 65 years, many years resident in Malta

James FLETCHER, aged 21 years, seaman, buried 20th September 1855

Katherine FLETCHER, died 3rd August 1863, aged 73 years. Born in England. The widow of Henry Fletcher

William FLETCHER, aged 28 years, mariner, buried 18th September 1840

Anne FLINN, arrived on the Steamer Acheron, from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto from pleurisy 1st August 1839, aged 42 years. The maid of Lady Montefiore

J. FLORES, on the staff of Flores College, Valletta, 1899

Professor S. FLORES, Director of Flores College, Valletta, 1899

E.H. FLOWER, died 16th February 1898, aged 44 years, in Bighi Naval Hospital

George FLOWERS, born in Malta about 1804. Living in Kingston on Thames, Surrey, in 1851

Ann FLOYD, born 23rd December 1844, the son of Emma and James Floyd. In 1851 living in St.Pancras, London

James FLOYD, 21+, bachelor, from Chenies, Buckinghamshire, the son of Richard and Elizabeth Floyd, recently employed on HMS Indus, married 26th October 1843 to, Emma HORSGOOD, 21+, spinster, from Greenwich, Kent, the daughter of William and Anne Horsgood of Chelsea

Louis FLOYD, of Chepstow, aged 52 years, buried 8th May 1849

Mary FLOYD, born 18th June 1844, the daughter of Emma and James Floyd

Mary FLOYD, buried 9th July 1844

Katherine FLYNN, born 3rd November 1868, the daughter of Elizabeth and Michael Flynn

Michael FLYNN, 21+, bachelor, born in Sligo, Ireland, Warder, RN Corradino Prison, the son of Patrick and Catherine Flynn, married 17th February 1868 to, Elizabeth PENNY, 21+ , spinster, born in Ugborough, Devon, the daughter of George and Julia Penny

Samuel FOLLETT, Shipwright, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Bridget FOLLY, born about 1832 in Malta. Living in Fulham, London, in 1851

Marianna FONTON, died 16th February 1844, at Constantinople, the wife of Henry Fonton, and the daughter of A. Pezzer, Agent for Russian Government Stores

Carmina FORACI, aged 19 years, spinster, born in Msida, Malta, the daughter of Antonio and Vincenza Foraci, married 6th September 1862 to,

Anthony FORBES, in 1833 was Clerk in the Chief Secretary to the Government Office. Living at 18 Strada Scorzzese, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Anthony FORBES, died 23rd May 1854, aged 64 years, he left a widow. A native of Minorca, of Scottish descent, and resident in Malta for 38 years, of which for 36 he was employed by the Government

Reverend Armitage FORBES, died 25th April 1846 at Valletta, aged 25 years

Charles FORBES, died at his lodging on Tuesday 16th May 1848. He was 28 years old, and head of the house of Forbes & Co., Bombay. He had arrived on the Ariel on the 24th April but died in spite of medical attention

James FORBES, aged 31 years, buried 17th February 1847

John A. FORBES, resident Malta, electoral list 1862 and 1864

Sir Francis FORD, died 26th November 1850, aged 32 years. Arrived on the Steamer Merlin, from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto, from delirium tremens

Henry FORD, Sailmaker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

John FORD, aged 21 years, buried 26th May 1854

Carmela FORMOSA, aged 24 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Paolo and Mary Ann Formosa, married 17th August 1876, to Thomas COSSER, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Essex, the son of John and Margaret Cosser, Gunner, 12th Brigade, Royal Artillery

Emilia FORMOSA, minor, with her parents consent, born Malta, the daughter of George and Mary Formosa, married 14th April 1873, to Henry STEPHENS, 21+, bachelor, of Roscrea, Ireland, the son of Joseph and Deborah Stephens, Sergeant, 52nd Light Infantry

Giovanna FORMOSA, minor, with her parents consent, born Malta, the daughter of George and Mary Formosa, married 9th June 1873, to Henry EVANS, aged 29 years, bachelor, of Yatton, Somerset, the son of John and Elizabeth Evans, Private, 1st Battalion, 13th Regiment

Grazia FORMOSA, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Mary Ann Formosa, married 22nd December 1868 to, Jesse STEPTOW, 21+, bachelor, born in Bedlow, Buckinghamshire, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of John and Elizabeth Steptow

Mary FORMOSA, minor, with her parents consent, born Malta, the daughter of George and Mary Formosa, married 19th May 1873, to Henry GRANT, aged 30 years, bachelor, of Corsley, Wiltshire, the son of William and Elizabeth Grant, Corporal, 13th Regiment

Natalie FORMOSA, born 8th January 1858 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Xavier Francis FORMOSA, born 27th November 1850 in Zejtun, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

George FORREST, aged 23 years, buried 20th September 1858

Thomas FORSTER, aged 28 years, bachelor, Mining Engineer, the son of Luke Forster, married 30th October 1880, to Angelina ALLEN, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of John Allen

William FORSTER, aged 30 years, bachelor, Engineer, the son of James Forster, married 24th August 1880, to Alice Maria DAWICK, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of George Charles Dawick

William Taylor FORTH, aged 34 years, buried 28th January 1868

Thomas FORTY, Smith, aged 27 years, arrived from England, September 1828 to work at HM Dockyard

E. FOSTER, HM Dockyard Police, October 1857

James FOSTER, aged 30 years, seaman, buried 18th July 1866

John FOSTER, of Liverpool, married 27th February 1814, at Smyrna, to Marie MARRACCINI, of Smyrna

William FOUNTAIN, joined HM Dockyard as a Messenger in October 1832, aged 39 years

John FOWLES, living at 2 Strada San Giuseppe, Senglea, electoral list 1852

Mary FOWLES, spinster, minor, born in Deptford, Kent, the third daughter of Maria and John Fowles, Master Shipwright HM Dockyard, married 31st October 1853 to, Charles Maurice HUGHES, 21+, bachelor, born in Portsmouth, 2nd Master, HMS Triton, the son of Morris and Sarah Hughes

William FOWLIS, 21+, bachelor, born in St.Andrews, Scotland, the son of William and Euphemia Adamson Fowlis, married 1st October 1864 to, Jesse MORRISON, 21+, spinster, born in Glasgow, the daughter of John and Margaret Morrison

Reverend C. FOX, Assistant Chaplain to the Government 1865

Edwin Goodheugh FOX, 21 +, widower, the son of Ebenezer Fox, Colour Chemist, married 14th January 1880, to Mary MILLER, 21+, widow, the daughter of Arthur IRWIN, Reverend Dean of Ardfort

John FOX, born in Malta about 1817. Living in Poplar, London, in 1851

Thomas FOX, died 12th October 1864, a painter employed on the lower deck of HMS Royal Oak, accidentally fell and died immediately

John FOXALL, born in Malta about 1816. Living in Stourbridge, Worcestershire, in 1851

Stephen FOX-STRANGWAYS, buried 9th March 1839, aged 27 years

William FRANCK, 21+, bachelor, born in Leghorn, Italy, married 16th August 1843 to, Elizabeth Lavinia Phoebe BARKER, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Antonina and William Wilton Barker

Arthur FRANK, born in Malta about 1826, Living in Liverpool in 1851

Georgiana Sarah FRANKS, born 6th March 1828, the daughter of John and Christiana Franks

Georgina Sarah FRANKS, buried 19th July 1828, aged 4 months

John FRANKS, 21+, bachelor, from Bradford, Wiltshire, married 10th June 1827, to Christian BEGG, minor, spinster, from Aberdeen. Both employed by Commissioner Ross

John FRANKS, joined HM Dockyard April 1826 as Commissioners Coxswain.

Left for England with Commissioner Ross in May 1829

Frederick William FRANZ, 21+, bachelor, from Switzerland, married 2nd April 1839, to Louisa SCHEMBRI, minor, spinster, daughter of the late Dr. Giuseppe Schembri, with the consent of her Guardian

Henry Louis FRANZ, born 27th July 1845, the son of Louisa and Frederick William Franz

John Matthew Edward FRANZ, born 20th January 1840, the son of Louisa and Frederick William Franz

Allan FRASER, bachelor, married 20th February 1861, to Julia ALDWELL, spinster

J. FRASER, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1866

James T. FRASER, born about 1821 in Malta. In 1851 living in Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Sarah FRASER, born about 1809 in Malta. Married. Living in Bradford, Yorkshire, in 1851

J.J. FREDERICK, joined Royal Engineers Department on Malta in 1855, arriving from Aldershot

James FREDERICKSEN, aged 36 years, seaman, buried 28th November 1868

Mr. FREEMAN, English teacher at Malta Protestant College, September 1856

Eliza FREEMAN, born 4th December 1857, the daughter of David and Ann Freeman

Robert FREEMAN, aged 38 years, buried 4th October 1859

Thomas FREEMAN, Labourer, working in HM Dockyard April 1803

Edward FREEMANTLE, arrived on HM Powerfull, from Beirut. Dead on arrival, from typhus. Buried 19th September 1841

Joseph FREESOLE, born about 1801 in Malta. Living in St.George in the East, London, in 1851

Sir Arthur FREMANTLE, Governor of Malta, 1894 till 1898. He was born 11th November 1835, the son of Agnes Fremantle, nee Lyon the daughter of David Lyon, and Major-General John W. Fremantle of the Coldstream Guards. He joined this regiment in 1853, and was Lieut-Colonel by 1863, when he took special leave to travel to America where he viewed the American Civil War from the Confederate side. He was later to serve in Egypt and the Sudan. He became Governor of Malta in January 1894 and held the position till December 1898. In 1864 he married Mary Hall, the daughter of Richard Hall. She died on 16th August 1898. He died 25th September 1901, aged 65 years at Cowes, Isle of Wight

Daniel FRENCH, aged 25 years, buried 4th November 1850

John FRENCH, seaman, aged 41 years, buried 18th March 1844

Giovanna FRENDO, aged 17 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Louis Frendo, married 6th February 1879, to Alfred PECKHAM, aged 25 years, bachelor, of Southampton, the son of William Peckham, Stoker, HMS Bittern

Marguerite Beatrice FRENDO, born 1st August 1857 in Senglea, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Nicholas FRENDO, born 15th March 1845 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Elizabeth Jemima FRERE, buried 24th January 1831, aged 69 years, the wife of John Hookham Frere

Hatley FRERE, M.C.S., nephew of Rt. Hon. J. Hookham Frere, at Ootacamund, India, married 22nd September 1840, to Theodora Amelia Mary SPENSER, the eldest daughter of the Lord Bishop of Madras

The Right Hon. John Hookham FRERE, Freemason, member of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1822

John Hookham FRERE, buried 14th January 1846, aged 76 years

Susannah FRERE, buried 25th January 1839, aged 62 years

Fulgence FRESNEL, 21+, bachelor, of Mahieu Calvados, France, married 13th September 1838, to Sarah…….., minor, spinster, native of Abyssinia

Frederick FRIED, aged 50 years, seaman, buried 15th December 1866

J. FRIEND, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1894

John George FRIEND, aged 34 years, bachelor, the son of George Friend deceased, married 14th February 1893, to Edith Mary YEOMAN, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Stephen George Yeoman

Mercy FRIEND, the eldest daughter of John Friend, late of Ramsgate, married 24th January 1833, in Alexandria, Egypt, to Peter TAYLOR, son of the late John Taylor of Clitheroe, Lancashire

Margaret FRIGGIERI, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Carlo and Giovanna Friggieri, married 22nd December 1852 to, John OVEREND, 21+, bachelor, born in Portadown, Armagh, Ireland, Corporal, 76th Regiment, the son of John and Rachel Overend

Ann FRISK, born 21st March 1823, the daughter of Sarah and Thomas Frisk

Anne FRISK, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Frisk, married 30th November 1848 to, Joseph CAMILLERI, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta

Charles John FRISK, born 19th April 1833, the son of Sarah and Thomas Frisk

Eliza FRISK, born 8th August 1820, the daughter of Sarah and Thomas Frisk

Eliza FRISK, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Frisk, residents in Malta, married 24th November 1846 to, Giacomo GRECH, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, son of the late Gaetano and Mariana Grech

Elizabeth Cardine FRISK, born 8th May 1837, the daughter of Sarah and Thomas Frisk

Esther FRISK, born 6th July 1826, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Frisk

Esther FRISK, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Frisk, married 12th October 1848 to, Henry James LAYLAND, 21+, bachelor, born Greenwich, Kent, Engineer, Royal Navy

George FRISK, baptised 27th July 1831, the son of Sarah and Thomas Frisk

Henry FRISK, born 29th May 1839, the son of Thomas and Sarah Frisk

Henry FRISK, aged 2 years, buried 3rd January 1841

Samuel FRISK, born 23rd December 1821, the son of Thomas and Sarah Frisk, Servant to Mr.Calvert

Sarah FRISK, baptised 16th January 1825, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Frisk

Sarah FRISK, aged 28 years, buried 6th March 1854

Sarah FRISK, baptised 16th January 1825, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Frisk. In 1851 working as a Servant in West Derby, Lancashire

Thomas FRISK, aged 24 years, bachelor, from Southwark, Surrey, married 14th February 1820, to Sarah BARTER, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Ann and Thomas Barkter, of Eling, Hampshire

Thomas FRISK, aged 60 years, buried 4th December 1851

Thomas William FRISK, born 29th September 1828, the son of Thomas and Sarah Frisk

William FRITH, born about 1809 in Malta. Living in Gloucester in 1851

Ernesto FRITSCHKO, Austrian Consul, Strada Forni, Valletta, in 1847

Amon FRY, Foreman of Smiths, working in HM Dockyard, died 26th September 1808

Arthur FRY, born 28th August 1881, the son of Albert and Emily Fry, Telegraphist

Charles Baldwin FRY, born 1st March 1880, the son of Albert and Emily Fry, Telegraphist

Sarah Mary Anne FRY, born 3rd March 1819, the daughter of John and Anne Fry

Annie Valletta FRYER, born 9th January 1866, the daugher of Eliza and Charles Thomas Fryer

Charles Thomas FRYER, aged 35 years, buried 9th July 1867

Ellen Sarah FULLER, aged 34 years, buried 27th June 1863

Rebecca FULTON, aged 47 years, buried 5th June 1860

P.F.G. FURSE, Deputy Assistant Commissary General, the son of the late William Henry Furse, of Rome, married 25th May 1861, to Maria Matilda BISHOP, the only daughter of Commissary General Bishop

Mrs FURSE, the wife of P. Furse, gave birth to a daughter 8th March 1863

Thomas FYERS, died 11th October 1815, Deputy Paymaster General, from consumption

Geesina Jans FYN, born 24th August 1850, the daughter of Geesina Lambess and Jan Jocobo Fyn, from Groningen, Netherlands

Gaetano GABRIELLE, Dock Labourer, died 15th February 1834. The vessel Meteor off loaded 180 barrels of gunpowder on 13th February, then docked in the harbour. As the balance of the cargo was being unloaded the vessel exploded, and he was killed. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

Godfrey GAERTNER, 21+, bachelor, born in Riedfeld, Bavaria, the son of Eva Rosina and Georg Leonhardt Gaertner, married 17th April 1862 to, Margaret FETTEN, 21+, spinster, born in Germany, the daughter of Peter and Sybilla Fetten

Elizabeth GAFFIERO, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Francesco Gaffiero, married 22nd April 1892, to Robert Humphrey SQUIBBS, aged 28 years, bachelor, E.R.A., Royal Navy, the son of Robert Squibbs

Marianna GAFFIERO, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Francesco Gaffiero, married 1st July 1888, to Charles Thomas ASHCROFT, aged 35 years, widower, Master Mariner, the son of Charles Ashcroft

Giovanni Battista GAGLIUFFI, 21+, bachelor, born in Cagliari, Sardinia, HM Vice Consul Fezzan Province of Tripoli, married Helen DICKSON, 21+, spinster, born in Tripoli, the second daughter of the late Dr. John Dickson, Surgeon R.N., and his wife Elizabeth

Alfred GAIN, born 26th July 1859, the son of Matilda Purdie and Herbert Horatio Gain

Charles GAINES, aged 29 years, seaman, buried 3rd August 1855

John Dickson GAINES, born 24th July 1857, the son of Margaret Charlotte Shaw and Marcus Junius Gaines

Donald Tulloch GAIR, 21+, bachelor, born in Scotland, Police Force HM Dockyard, the son of Donald and Elizabeth Gair, married 11th November 1862 to, Martha NEWILL, 21+, spinster, born in Royston, Hertfordshire, the daughter of John and Annie Newill

John GALDES, Artist, at 36 Strada San Giovanni, Valletta, in 1847

John GALDES, Bookbinder, at 120 Strada Vescovo, Valletta, in 1847

Clara GALE, aged 24 years, spinster, married 18th July 1894, to Frederick

William TRIGELL, aged 24 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Henry L. GALE, President of the Anglo-Maltese Bank 1891

Henry Lumsden GALE, living 173D Strada Mercanti, Valletta, 1895 Voters list. Born in Plymouth 1833, died at Eastbourne in 1904. Was a resident in Malta from 1861 to 1904, during that time he was connected with St.Paul’s Anglican Cathedral which has a memorial to him, and the Committee of Ta Braxia cemetery

John GALE, aged 25 years, bachelor, born in Croydon, Surrey, Labourer, the son of John and Mary Anne Gale, married 23rd July 1867 to, Mary Anne PARKER, aged 18 years, spinster born in Frimley, the daughter of Thomas and Martha Parker

W. GALE, Freemason, appointed District Grand Secretary 1865

Angelo GALEA, was Bandmaster of the 100th Regiment, and when they left Malta in October 1866, he was presented silver cup and gold ring. He was the father of Philip Galea

Angelo Salvatore Michael GALEA, born 1st February 1842 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Anna GALEA, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Grazio Galea, married 16th February 1880, to Robert Ernest UPTON, aged 23 years, bachelor, AB, HMS Alexandra, the son of John Upton

Carmelo GALEA, born in Valletta 1837, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

George GALEA, born 10th April 1832 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph GALEA, graduated from Malta University as a Doctor 1812

Joseph GALEA, born 27th September 1837 in Mosta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph GALEA, born 30th November 1847 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph GALEA, born 16th April 1848 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph GALEA, born 6th October 1861 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph Francis GALEA, born 7th October 1851 in Naxxar, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Louis GALEA, born 29th January 1848 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Lucy GALEA, aged 16 years, minor with parent’s consent, the daughter of Joseph Galea, married 5th February 1888, to Philip LOVELL, aged 21 years, bachelor, Private, 1st Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, the son of Henry Lovell

Maria GALEA, born 7th September 1831 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Maria Carmela Rosa GALEA, born 26th August 1850 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Mary GALEA, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Giuseppe and Lorenza Galea, married 29th July 1872, to Josiah LEWIS, 21+, bachelor, of Broad Town, Wiltshire, the son of George and Elizabeth Lewis, Sergeant, 13th Light Infantry

Michael Carmel Francis GALEA, born 18th October 1849 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Netta GALEA, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of Salvo Galea, married 22nd May 1894, to Samuel BENIFIELD, aged 25 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Samuel Benifield

Philip GALEA, was Bandmaster of the 4th Regiment, and when they left Malta in March 1866 he joined the 1st Battalion 8th Regiment

Saviour GALEA, born 26th January 1825 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Saviour John Michael GALEA, born 11th February 1849 in Attard, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Ursula Jeanne GALEA, born 29th January 1870 in Ghainselem, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

William GALENBY, of the English ship Riverdale, died 19th September 1854. Eleven members of the crew of Riverdale, together with two boatmen were proceeding from Isola to the Victualling Yard in a passage boat which capsized. The sea running high, three of the crew sank, William Galenby, James Herring, John Crownin. The remainder were saved

Emmanuel Luigi GALIZIA (1830 - 1906), entered Government service in 1846, aged 15 years, as an apprentice under William Lamb Arrowsmith. In 1856 appointed Government Architect, and 1860 became Chief Architect. Became a Fellow of RIBA. His first major work was the Ta Braxia cemetery in 1855, followed by the Turkish cemetery at Marsa for which he received the Medjidy medal from the Sultan of Turkey in 1867. Addolorata cemetery in 1869 followed. He was also responsible for the Carmelite church at Balluta Bay in 1877, and the church of Our Lady of Lourdes at Mgarr (Gozo), in 1890 for which Pope Leone XIII honoured him with a Knight of St.Gregory the Great. He also designed the police stations at Marsa, Sliema, Marsamxett, and many other Public Buildings, and Private houses. He built for himself a house at 106 Rudolph Street, Sliema, named Alhambra and a friend asked for a similar one, so No.104 was also built. Both in the Moorish style

Henry GALLAGHER, born about 1839 in Malta. In 1851 in a Boy’s Institution in Chelsea, London

Ann GALLAND, the daughter of James Galland, married 27th January 1827, to James (or Thomas) FIDDES, Surgeon, 85th Regiment

Charles GALLAND, M.D., Tutor at Malta University for Anatomy and Surgery, Faculty of Medicine in 1847. Living at 88 Strada Britannica, Valletta, electoral list 1852. Physician to Malta Protestant College, September 1856

James GALLAND, living at 88 Strada Britannica, Valletta, electoral list 1852

James GALLAND, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1829, 1830, 1831, 1833, 1834, 1835, 1837, 1839, 1841, 1842, 1843

James GALLAND, aged 79 years, buried 13th June 1854. For many years Superintendent of Police

John GALTON, arrived on HM Tallavera, from Smyrna. Buried 30th December 1834, in the Lazaretto. Died from consumption

Rose GAMBIER, born in Malta about 1818. Living in Marylebone, London, in 1851

G. GAMBIN, Merchant, at 37 Strada Marina, Valletta, in 1847

Leopoldo GAMBIN, Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1863 - 1866

Salvatore GAMBIN, died September 1845, commanding the English Brig Zeitun, fell into the hold of the vessel, in a fit of apoplexy. He was taken to the Civil Hospital where he died

Teresa GAMBIN retired on a pension 1st June 1857, from the post of Female Keeper at the Lunatic Asylum

John Henry GAMBLETON, aged 30 years, buried 30th November 1866

Elizabeth GANER, born in Malta about 1833. Living and working as a Servant in Manchester in 1851

Joshua Thomas Pollard GARD, aged 27 years, bachelor, Shipwright in the Dockyard, Vittoriosa, the son of John Rogers Gard, Shipwright, married 30th November 1887,to Rebecca STANLEY, aged 21 years, spinster, Vittoriosa, the daughter of William Stanley

Georgiana Jemima Maria GARDEN, died 25th August 1868, at Les Grottes, Geneva, aged 45 years, the wife of the Reverend Francis Garden, Sub Dean of HM Chapels Royal. The daughter of the late R.J. Bourchier of Malta and relict of the late J.B.H. Collings MD of Malta

F. GARDINER, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1888. Third District Grand Principal 1896. Second District Grand Principal 1897

John GARDINER, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1848, 1849

P.E. GARDINER, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1914

Agnes GARDNER, born in Malta about 1849. Living in Alverstoke, Hampshire, in 1851

Ann GARDNER, minor, the daughter of Anthony Gardner, Shipwright, HM Naval Yard, married 29th April 1837, to Hamilton MILBURN, 21+, bachelor, from Isle of Man, Quartermaster, HMS Vanguard

Anthony Vincent GARDNER, aged 34 years, buried 23rd November 1841

Edward E.E. GARDNER, died at Palermo 18th September 1862, aged 47 years, from Boston, USA

Elizabeth GARDNER, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Anthony Gardner, Shipwright, HM Dockyard, married 14th November 1838, to William Robert WILLIAMS, 21+, bachelor, from Bristol, Engineer, HMS Volcano

George GARDNER, 21+, bachelor, born in Middlesex, employee of a Telegraph Co. working on the Hawk, the son of George and Sarah Gardner, married 3rd December 1867 to, Rosina VELLA, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Nicola and Annie Vella

Giuseppa GARDNER, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of William and Ann Gardner, married January 24th 1871, to Thomas James WANSTALL, 21+, bachelor, of Sandwich, Kent, the son of William and Elizabeth Wanstall, Engineer, HMS Cockatrice

James George Pink GARDNER, born 13th April 1833, the son of Anthony Gardner

Maria Anna GARDNER, died 23rd December 1885, aged 60 years, the wife of William Gardner

Samuel GARDNER, living at 31 Strada Macina, Senglea, electoral list 1852

Susan GARDNER, born in Malta about 1850. Living in Alverstoke, Hampshire, in 1851

Theresa GARDNER, minor, spinster, the daughter of Anthony Gardner, of Guernsey, Shipwright HM Naval Yard, married 18th June 1833, to John SCOTT, widower, of Selsea, Sussex, Boatswain, HMS Rainbow

William GARDNER, living at 109 Strada Toro, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Mary GARNEY, born in Malta about 1836. In 1851 living in Rochester, Kent, working as a Servant

Thomas GARRATT, Sailmaker, married 10th August 1816 to, Caroline JAKELL, from Middlesex

Angela GATT, born 24th January 1835 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmel GATT, born 15th December 1860 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Camilla GATT, the second daughter of Vincenzo Gatt, St.Paul’s Parish, Valletta, married 14th November 1833 to, William Davenport HUMPHRIES, of Bramhall Hall, Cheshire, Lieutenant, 94th Regiment

Carmela GATT, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of William Gatt, married 24th July 1886, to Robert STOKER, aged 30 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Joseph Stoker

Concetta GATT married Robert WOODHOUSE in 1878 before a Protestant Chaplain to the Forces in Malta, and subsequently they convalidated their marriage in the Catholic Church at Halifax, Nova Scotia before the Reverend R. Brindle, Roman Catholic Chaplain to the Forces, in the presence of John Mills and his wife Carmela. Robert was born in Surrey, and later became a Police Constable in HM Dockyard

Francesca GATT, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Vincenze Gatt, married 9th September 1876, to James WATSON, aged 30 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 74th Regiment, the son of James Watson

G.B. GATT, died 30th May 1867, formerly Superintendent of the Government Printing Office

Gregorious GATT, of Birkirkara, graduated from Malta University as a Doctor 1812

John GATT, born 18th February 1855 in Mosta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Hon. Lawrence GATT, Comptroller of Customs, 1871

Lawrence GATT, General Manager of the Malta Railway, from 1892 to 1896

Philip Carmelo Joseph Aloyusius GATT, born 1st August 1843 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

The Clarence Hotel recently occupied by Madame GAUBAU was closed for alterations and repairs. Mrs. Grace Dunsford succeeded Madame Gaubau at the Clarence Hotel, Friday 2nd October 1846

Francis GAUCI, born 13th March 1852 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Giuseppe GAUCI, a pauper, buried 7th August 1869

John GAUCI, born 19th March 1863 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

John Joseph GAUCI, born 12th August 1854 in Mosta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Josephine GAUCI, aged 29 years, widow, the daughter of George SMITH, married 10th August 1880, to Thomas BEDDOW, aged 23 years, bachelor, Lance-Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 20th Regiment, the son of John Beddow

Mary Anne GAUCI, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of James and Dora Gauci, married 23rd May 1865 to, James LINGARD, 21+, bachelor, born in Worstley, Lancashire, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of William and Sarah Lingard

Salvatore GAUCI, born 17th April 1855 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Ann GAUNT, born in Malta about 1818. Married. Living in Little Stukeley, Huntingdonshire

Elizabeth Frances Browse GAUNTLETT, born Portsmouth, Hampshire, the daughter of George Gauntlett, married 31st October 1844, to Richard WESTRUP, born High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Both aged 21+

George GAUNTLETT, died Tuesday 5th June 1849, aged 50 years, a baker

Hugh GAVIN, granted a licence to open a school 3rd September 1860

Margaret Learmouth GAVIN, born 10th January 1861, the daughter of Hugh and Margaret Gavin, nee HENDERSON

Mary GAVIN, born 27th January 1865, the daughter of Hugh and Margaret Gavin, nee HENDERSON

William GAVIN, born 28th November 1862, the son of Hugh and Margaret Gavin, nee HENDERSON

Sarah GEARY, born in Malta about 1819. Living in Burton on Trent in 1851

William GEDDES, aged 23 years, seaman, buried 15th November 1868

Ethel Laura GEE, born 15th February 1883, the daughter of Charles Henry and Sarah Elizabeth Gee, Telegraphist, Eastern Telegraph Co.

George Robert GEE, born 8th October 1878, the son of Charles Henry and Sarah Elizabeth Gee

Guy Edwin GEE, born 13th November 1880, the son of Charles Henry and Sarah Elizabeth Gee, Telegraph Clerk

Henrietta Melita GEE, born 19th September 1894, the daughter of Charles Henry deceased and Sarah Elizabeth Gee, Telegraphist

Herbert Harold GEE, born 13th February 1891, the son Charles Henry and Sarah Elizabeth Gee, Telegraphist

Marie Eveline GEE, born 29th January 1888, the daughter of Charles Henry and Sarah Elizabeth Gee, Telegraphist

Roland Edgar GEE, Born 12th June 1885, the son of Charles Henry and Sarah Elizabeth Gee, Telegraphist

Samuel GEE, born 5th January 1831, the son of Mary and Samuel Gee

Amalie Sophie Marie GEISEL, baptised 2nd November 1861, the daughter of Bernhard Philipp and Amalie Therese Caroline Geisel, Professor of German in Malta Protestant College, St. Julians

Bertha Wilhelmina Carolina GEISEL, born 5th July 1860, the daughter of Amalia Dorothea and Bernard Phillip Geisel of Nassau

F.T. GELL, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1853

Frank A.B. GENESTE, General Manager of the Malta Railway, from 1883 to 1889

Calcedonia GENOVESE, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Salvo Genovese, married 17th March 1889, to Frederick DILLOW, aged 22 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of William Dillow

Herbert Hanafy GEORGE, born 28th February 1861, the son of Matilda and Edgar George

Mrs GEORGE, the wife of Edgar George, of Malta Alexandria Telegraph, gave birth to a daughter 19th November 1863

Philip GEORGE, born in Malta about 1831. Living in Wapping, London, in 1851

Johanna Ludavika Maria GESNER, aged 17 months, buried 5th July 1853

Reverend Fr.Carlo GIACINTO, appointed to the Chair of Botany at Malta University by Sir Alexander Ball in 1805

Alfred GIBSON appointed to the post of Sexton at St.Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, when G. Calleja had become too infirm to fulfil his duties, October 1862

Ann M. GIBSON, born in Malta about 1817. Married. Living in Shalford, Surrey, in 1851

Eliza Ann GIBSON, eldest daughter of John Gibson, HBM Consul at Tunis, married 25th April 1832, in Tunis, to Henri NYSSEN, Vice Consul and eldest son of Consul Nyssen, Consul General for the Netherlands

Ella Beatrice GIBSON, born 2nd August 1853, the daughter of Matilda Mira Eliza Thurburn and George Rawstone Gibson

Frederick John GIBSON, born 3rd November 1881, the son of Sarah Ann and Frederick Gibson, Publican

George James Nankivell GIBSON, born 19th December 1825, the son of James and Susan Gibson

George Langford GIBSON, born in Sliema, 14th October 1862, the son of Elizabeth Margaret and George Gibson. Buried 21st August 1863, aged 10 months

George Langford GIBSON, born 14th February 1864, the son of Elizabeth Margaret and George Gibson

Henry GIBSON, died 22nd April 1867 in Sliema, aged 20 months, the son of George Gibson

Henry Cecil William GIBSON, born 17th November 1847, the son of Mary Ann and Henry Staines Gibson

Henry Charles George GIBSON, born 5th June 1827, the son of James and Susan Gibson

Ivan Edgar GIBSON, born 3rd August 1899, the son of Robert and Jessie Gibson, Electrician

James GIBSON, 21+, bachelor, from Hull, married 9th March 1825, to Susan NANKIVELL, 21+, spinster, from Pentonville, London, born St.Christopher, West Indies

John GIBSON, aged 43 years, widower, Porter at the Naval Hospital, married 25th October 1821, to Naomi HUME, age 23 years, spinster, from Cork

Minnie Frances Margaritte GIBSON, born 11th December 1896, the daughter of Jessie and Robert Gibson, Electrician, Eastern Telegraph Company

Nina Hartley Mary GIBSON, born 22nd March 1855, the daughter of Matilda Mira Eliza Thurburn and George Rawstone Gibson

Peter GIBSON, married 17th May 1894, aged 28 years, bachelor, Engine Fitter, to Jane JENNINGS, aged 21 years, spinster

Robert GIBSON, died 10th November 1845, aged 40 years. Master of the English brig Eurus

Robert GIBSON, aged 32 years, bachelor, Electrician, the son of John Gibson, married 19th November 1895, to Jessie Crockford HOSKIN, spinster, of Valletta, the daughter of John Hoskin

Henry GIDDINGS, buried 22nd April 1855, aged 29 years

Richard GIDDINGS, arrived on the Sloop Hazard, from Basika Bay. Died 1st September 1839, in the Lazaretto

Clement Newman GIFFORD, born 1st September 1889, the son of Harold Charles and Augusta Alicia Annie Gifford, Chief Officer, s.s.Amber

Florence Alicia GIFFORD, born 16th February 1887, the daughter of Harold Charles and Augusta Alicia Annie Gifford, Chief Officer, s.s.Volta

Kathleen Annie GIFFORD, born 6th June 1892, the daughter of Harold Charles and Augusta Alicia Annie Gifford, Chief Officer, s.s.Amber

Augusta Gertrude GILBERT, aged 20 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Richard and Maria Gilbert, married 8th July 1876, to William Charles CHAPMAN, aged 22 years, bachelor, born Senglea, Malta, the son of William and Sabina Chapman, Engineer, HM Dockyard

Augustus GILBERT, living at Via San Giuseppe, Birkirkara, electoral list 1852

Charles Joseph GILBERT, born 11th February 1838, the son of Sarah and James Gilbert

George GILBERT, arrived on the Jh.Craig, from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto, from dysentery 30th April 1838

Gertrude Catherine GILBERT, born 14th March 1841, the daughter of Sarah and James Gilbert, Leading Man of Smiths in the Naval Arsenal

Hannah Jane GILBERT, born 4th March 1827, the daughter of James and Mary Gilbert, Smith in the Naval Arsenal

James GILBERT, 21+, widower, from Chatham, Kent, married 14th May 1831, to Sarah PROUT, 21+, spinster, from Portsmouth

James Joseph GILBERT, born 30th July 1820, the son of James and Mary Anne Gilbert, Blacksmith in the Naval Arsenal

James GILBERT, Foreman of Smiths, Naval Dockyard in 1856. Living at 3 Strada San Giuseppe, Senglea, on electoral list 1852

James Eves GILBERT, born 24th June 1842, the son of Mary Jane and John George Gilbert

James Joseph GILBERT, died 22nd June 1865, in Zabbar, aged 45 years, late Foreman of Smiths in HM Dockyard

Jane Hannah GILBERT, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of James and Mary Ann Gilbert, married 27th May 1856 to, Charles DIOT, 21+, bachelor, born in St.James, Bristol, the son of Francis and Fanny Diot

John George GILBERT, 21+, bachelor, HM Dockyard, married 5th January 1839, to Mary Jane PROUT, 21+, spinster, of Woolwich, Kent

John George GILBERT, born 2nd November 1839, the son of John and Mary Jane Gilbert

J.C. GILBERT, General Manager of the Malta Railway, from 1890 to 1891

Lily Edith Campbell GILBERT, aged 11 months, buried 24th May 1858

Mary GILBERT, born 8th June 1848. Worked as an assistant teacher from 1863 to 1869, when she became a full teacher and continued her career in education

Mary GILBERT, buried 6th November 1829, aged 33 years, the wife of James Gilbert, HM Dockyard

Mary Abigail GILBERT, born 29th July 1845, the daughter of Sarah and James Gilbert

Priscilla GILBERT, born 23rd May 1836, the daughter of Sarah and James Gilbert

Priscilla GILBERT, buried 3rd September 1837, aged one year

Priscilla Jane GILBERT, born 7th January 1843, the daughter of Sarah and James Gilbert

Richard Philip GILBERT, born 20th July 1824, the son of James and Mary Ann Gilbert, Smith in the Dockyard

Richard GILBERT, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, the son of James and Mary Gilbert, married 27th June 1847 to, Mary FENECH, born in Malta, the daughter of Carlo and Bridget Fenech

Sarah Anna GILBERT, born 16th April 1839, th daughter of Sarah and James Gilbert

William George GILBERT, born 2nd June 1833, the son of Sarah and James Gilbert

William George GILBERT, aged 1 year, buried 3rd August 1834

William George Prout GILBERT, born 9th November 1834, the son of Sarah and James Gilbert

W.G.P. GILBERT, Clerk Storekeeper, Naval Dockyard in Valletta, in 1856/1857

Mary GILDING, aged 22 years, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of Salvatore and Carmela CEFAI, married 17th April 1866 to, John WARNER, aged 23 years, bachelor, born in Holloway, London, Corporal, Commissariat Staff Corps, the son of Samuel and Jane Warner

Eliza GILES, born in Malta about 1824. Married. In 1851 living in Frindsbury, Kent

Florence GILES, aged 16 months, buried 8th July 1868

G.W. GILES, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1893

Thomas GILL, aged 32 years, buried 30th October 1831

Agnes GILLEY, born in Malta about 1832. Living in Portsmouth in 1851

Mary Ann GILLEY, born in Malta about 1830. Living in Portsmouth in 1851

James GILLIES, aged 54 years, buried 25th February 1857

Thomas GILLINGHAM, resident Malta, electoral list 1854

Jane GILSON, born in Malta about 1823. Living in St.Giles in the Fields, London, in 1851

Ann Sarah GINGELL, died 15th May 1836, aged 22 years, the eldest daughter of Edward Gingell

Charles GINGELL, born 9th November 1822, the son of Elizabeth and Edward Gingell

Charles GINGELL, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, Shipbroker and Auctioneer, the son of Edward and Elizabeth Gingell, married 31st December 1853 to, Antonia MAFRA, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of F. and Concetta Mafra

Charles GINGELL, living at 195 Strada Mercanti, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Charles GINGELL, died 26th April 1862, aged 39 years, in Valletta

C. GINGELL, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1850

Edward John GINGELL, living at 55 Strada San Paolo, Valletta, 1852. Present at the first Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, held on 1st January 1849

Edward GINGELL, Cashier at the Malta Bank in 1847. Living at 172 Strada Mercanti, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Edward GINGELL, buried 8th February 1854, aged 1 day

Edward GINGELL, died 11th January 1857, aged 84 years

Elizabeth GINGELL, buried 4th November 1841, aged 48 years

Emily GINGELL, born 24th December 1828, the daughter of Elizabeth and Edward Gingell

Frances Flora GINGELL, born 19th December 1825, the daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Gingell

G. GINGELL, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1856, 1857, 1859

Harriet GINGELL, born 16th October 1819, the daughter of Elizabeth and Edward Gingell. She was buried 8th December 1820, aged 14 months

Harriet GINGELL, born 29th March 1824, the daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Gingell

Jane GINGELL, born 16th May 1832, the daughter of Elizabeth and Edward Gingell

Louisa GINGELL, buried 5th November 1833, aged 16 years, the daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Gingell

Pietro GINGELL, living 8 Strada San Pio, Sliema, 1895 Voters list

Sarah Ann GINGELL, minor, spinster, the daughter of Edward Gingell, with her parents consent, married 19th July 1834, to Thomas Hunt BARBER, widower, of Camberwell, Surrey

Walter Frank GINGELL, born 28th April 1835, the son of Elizabeth and Edward Gingell

Walter Frank GINGELL, died 25th February 1856, aged 20 years 10 months, the youngest son of Edward Gingell

William Henry GINGELL, born 22nd July 1830, the son of Edward and Elizabeth Gingell

William Henry GINGELL, died 9th December 1896, aged 66 years. He had lived for 42 years in Constantinople

Louise Antoinette GIRARD, born 18th September 1865, the daughter of Anna Jenny and Pierre Girard

William GIRLING, born in Malta about 1839. Living in a Boy’s Institution in Chelsea, London, in 1851

Elizabeth GLADMAN, born in Malta about 1825. Married. Living in Portsmouth in 1851

Julie GLARDEN, aged 24 years, buried 19th December 1870

R. GLENDAY, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1880

Charles GLEWARD, arrived on the Neapolitan Schooner Eugenia, from Tunis. Died in the Lazaretto 4th May 1837

John GLIDDON, aged 60 years, buried 4th July 1844. Formerly United States Consul at Cairo

Mary GLOSTER, born in Malta about 1799. Living in Westminster, London, in 1851

Captain T.W. GLOVER, died very suddenly 26th September 1868 at Smyrna, Commander, s.s. Pacific, aged 44 years

Georgina Augusta Maria GLOYN, born 4th May 1845, the daughter of Mary Ann and William Gloyn

Joseph William Hunter GLOYN, born 4th August 1843, the son of Mary Ann and William Gloyn

S.C. GLYN, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1861

James GOBAT, born 22nd May 1846, the son of Maria Zeller and Samuel Gobat, The Lord Anglican Bishop of Jerusalem

Paul Azaria GOBAT, born 2nd November 1840, the son of Samuel Gobat, baptised by C.F.Schlienz, Agent of Church Missionary Society. Died 9th December 1841

Reverend Samuel GOBAT, Vice Principal of the Protestant College at St.Julians, on Thursday 9th April 1846, he was appointed to the vacant bishopric of Jerusalem by H.M. the King of Prussia. The late Dr.Alexander was appointed by H.M. Queen Victoria, and it is known that as death or other vacancies occur, the appointment will be filled alternately by nominations of the above two Sovereigns. Mr. Gobat left Malta, for England where he was consecrated by the Archbishop of Canterbury and proceeded to his See during the summer, after visiting his friends in Prussia

Reverend Samuel GOBAT, a Swiss Lutheran minister. Born in Cremines, Bern Canton, on 26th January 1799, died in Jerusalem, Palestine, 11th May 1879. Spent several years in Abyssinia, before being appointed Vice-Principal of the Malta Protestant College in February 1846, but left after six weeks to become the Bishop of St.James in Jerusalem. In the Protestant cemetery, sited on Mount Sion, Jerusalem was his grave. (Recorded in 1909) Sacred/To the memory of the Right Rev./Samuel Gobat, D.D./From 1846 - 1879/Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem /Born Jan 26th 1799. Died May 11, 1879/Also of Maria R.C.Gobat/His wife/Born Nov 9th 1813 Died Aug 1879/Blessed are the dead which die/In the Lord, yea/Saith the Spirit, that they may/Rest from their/Works. Rev.xiv.13. On the second side is an Arabic inscription, on the third one in Hebrew, and on the fourth one in German, with a marble medallion of the Bishop’s head. On an upright panel is cut a mitre

Peter GODDARD, the infant son of James Goddard, Ward Master, General Hospital Valletta, buried 17th April 1856

Mr. GODFREY, Fourth Assistant Chief Secretary’s Office, lived at 9 Strada Scozzese, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Charles GODFREY, buried 4th November 1844, for many years Inspector of Malta Police

Richard GOFF, barrister, Hon. Society of Lincolns Inn, aged 40 years, died 2nd June 1833

Robert GOFF, arrived HM Vanguard. died 12th September 1841, by drowning

Elia GOICOVICH, 21+, bachelor, born in Trieste, Austria, Merchant Captain of the Achilles, the son of Savario and Anna Goicovich, married 2nd May 1869 to, Angiolina MIZZI, spinster, minor, born in Senglea, Malta, the daughter of Carlo and Maria Teresa Mizzi

Horace Beaumont GOING, aged 8 months, buried 2nd May 1866

James Francis GOLDEN, aged 31 years, bachelor, Clerk, the son of Michael Golden, married 3rd April 1893, to Lena Fanny ENGLAND, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Alfred James England

Alice GOLDFINCH, born 24th January 1864, the daughter of Mary Anne Huxtable and James Richard Goldfinch

James Richard GOLDFINCH, born 3rd April 1862, the son of Mary Anne Huxtable and James Richard Goldfinch

Charity Elizabeth GOLDSMITH, aged 52 years, the wife of Lieutenant Goldsmith, commanding the steamer Megara, buried 28th October 1840

Mr. GOLDZIEHER’s Fancy Shop, at 44 Strada Mezzodi, Valletta, in 1847. Mr. Goldzieher from Hamburg, begs to call the attention of the Public to his Establishment situated in one of the best streets in the town. Besides fancy articles, he has a large assortment of useful goods for Travellers, China, Glass, Whips, Sticks, Portable Chairs, Soaps, Perfumery, etc.

Born in Valletta on 7th February 1872, a son to the wife of O.F. GOLLCHER

Mrs GOLLCHER, the wife of Gustavo Gollcher, gave birth to a son March 1889, in Valletta

Gustavo GOLLCHER, member of the Chamber of Commerce 1889 - 1890

James GOLLCHER, living 49 Strada Cristoforo, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

Established in 1850, O.F. GOLLCHER & Sons, Shipping and General Merchants, by Mr. Olof Frederik (Oliver Frederick) Gollcher

Olof Frederick GOLLCHER, 21+, bachelor, born in Gotaborg, Sweden, Merchant, the son of Britta Maria and Johan Gustaf Gollcher, married 2nd August 1853 to, Vincenza BRUNO, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Maria Rosa and Giacomo Pantaleone Bruno, HM Judge

Olof Fredrik GOLLCHER. Born at Gothenburg, Sweden, on 2nd November 1829, died 15th February 1889

Mary GOLLICHER, born about 1797. In 1841 living in Market Street, Cambridge

Gertrude Isabella GOODEN, born 27th August 1866, the daughter of Gertrude and Henry Gooden

Edmund GOODENOUGH, Printer, at Strada Vescovo, Valletta, in 1847. Living at 302 Strada San Paolo, Valletta, 1852

Edmund GOODENOUGH, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1849, 1851

Edmund GOODENOUGH, aged 47 years, buried 24th May 1855

Henry Law GOODENOUGH, died 9th February 1870, in Valletta. He worked for the Mediterranean Extension Telegraph Co., aged 29 years

Margaret Sophia Ann GOODENOUGH, the eldest daughter of Edmund Goodenough, married 14th February 1848, to Edwin BAKER, by the Reverend Dr. C. Falzon

Matilda Purdie GOODENOUGH, spinster, minor, born in Smyrna, the daughter of Josephine and the late Edmund Goodenough, married 15th September 1856 to, Herbert Horatio GAIN, 21+, bachelor, born in Portsmouth, Assistant Paymaster, Royal Navy, the son of Jonathan and Jane Gain

Augustus G. GOODRICK, aged 26 years, buried 16th May 1853

Edward GOODWIN, aged 17 years, buried 13th February 1854

John GOODWIN, died 13th December 1869 at Palermo, HM Consul for Sicily, aged 71 years

Joseph GOODWIN, born in Malta about 1850. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

Phoebe GOODWIN, born in Malta about 1848. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

Barbara Sophia GORDON, born 20th October 1841, the daughter of Barbara and James Edward Gordon

George GORDON, aged 28 years, bachelor, Clerk, the son of Charles Gordon deceased, married 25th October 1888, to Alice Maud DOWNER, aged 25 years, spinster the daughter of Joseph Downer

George Hamilton GORDON, born in Malta about 1829. Living in Marylebone, London, in 1851

R. GORDON, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1887

C.A. GORHAM, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1870

Thomas GORMAN, born in Malta about 1836. Living in Gillingham, Kent, in 1851

Charles GOSTICK, born in Malta about 1850, the son of Charlotte and Thomas Gostick. In 1851 living with his parents and family in Carlton, Bedfordshire, where his father was an Inn Keeper in the High Street

Charlotte GOSTICK, born in Malta about 1817. The wife of Thomas Gostick. In 1851 living with her husband and family in Carlton, Bedfordshire, where he was an Inn Keeper in the High Street

Eliza GOSTICK, born in Malta about 1839, the daughter of Charlotte and Thomas Gostick. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Carlton, Bedfordshire, where her father was an Inn Keeper in the High Street

Elizabeth GOSTICK, born in Malta about 1837, the daughter of Charlotte and Thomas Gostick. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Carlton, Bedfordshire, where her father was an Inn Keeper in the High Street

George GOSTICK, born in Malta about 1843, the son of Charlotte and Thomas Gostick. In 1851 living with his parents and family in Carlton, Bedfordshire, where his father was an Inn Keeper in the High Street

Hannah GOSTICK, born in Malta about 1847, the daughter of Charlotte and Thomas Gostick. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Carlton, Bedfordshire, where her father was an Inn Keeper in the High Street

John GOSTICK, born in Malta about 1841, the son of Charlotte and Thomas Gostick. In 1851 living with his parents and family in Carlton, Bedfordshire, where his father was an Inn Keeper in the High Street

Mary GOSTICK, born in Malta about 1845, the daughter of Charlotte and Thomas Gostick. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Carlton, Bedfordshire, where her father was an Inn Keeper in the High Street

Madame GOUBAU ’s Lodging House at 213 Strada San Paolo, Valletta, in 1847

A. GOUDER, Assistant Superintendent of Police, 1899

Alfred Edward GOUDER, early photographer on Malta, 19th century

Ettore GOUDER, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Filiberto GOUDER M.D., widower, born in Malta, Physician, the son of Major Gouder, Royal Malta Fencible Regiment, married 4th October 1855 to, Mary FALCON, the widow of William Bacon Falcon, born in Liverpool, the daughter of Alexander and Catherine FOREST

Dr. Filiberto GOUDER, resident Malta, electoral list 1856

Mary GOUDER, died 31st July 1869, aged 68 years. From Liverpool. The wife of Dr. Gouder of Citta Vecchia

Samuel GOUDER, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

James L. GOUT, merchant, active 1807 onwards

James Louis GOUT, of Malta, married 4th January 1813, at Smyrna, to Christina FERCKEN, of Smyrna

James Louis GOUT, died 27th July 1825, at Smyrna, aged 45 years, merchant

Robert GOWLAND, aged 16 years, buried 8th April 1840

Amelia GRAHAM, the daughter of William and Maria Graham of Malta, married 25th July 1853 to, George CORBITT, Corporal, Royal Artillery, from Norfolk

Catherine GRAHAM, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of James Marshall Graham, Sergeant, Dockyard Police, married 4th April 1895 to,

Frederick Charles ROBINSON, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, East Surrey Regiment, the son of William Robinson, Labourer

Hetcher GRAHAM, aged 35 years, seaman, buried 17th November 1866

James GRAHAM, aged 23 years, bachelor, of Linlithgow, Scotland, the son of Robert and Jessie Graham, Policeman, HM Dockyard, married 11th July 1876, to Mary Ann BORG, aged 18 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Frank and Anela Borg

Samuel GRAHAM, born in Malta about 1837. In 1851 a Pupil in Broadwater, Sussex

William GRAHAM, Freemason, District Grand Secretary 1875

William GRAHAM, bachelor, married 8th June 1868, to Amelia PADOVAN, spinster

Clara GRANT, born about 1837 in Malta. In 1851 living in Kensington, London

David GRANT, 21+, bachelor, from Forres, Scotland, married 12th April 1827, to Emma Maria RAYNSFORD, 21+, spinster, the eldest daughter of the late Nicolls Raynsford, of Brixworth Hall, Northamptonshire

Elizabeth Dorothea GRANT, born 17th April 1844, the daughter of Paulina and George Grant

Elizabeth Dorothy GRANT, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the eldest daughter of Paulina and the late George Grant, married 25th April 1861 to, Dover FARRANT, 21+, bachelor, born in Portsmouth, Master, HMS Lapwing, the son of Dover and Emma Farrant

Ellen GRANT, born 21st January 1849, the daughter of Paula Anne and Geroge Grant

Emma Maria GRANT, buried 24th September 1828, aged 32 years, the wife of David Grant

Flora Sophia Emma GRANT, born 5th September 1828, the daughter of David and Emma Maria Grant

George GRANT, Wine Merchant, at 24 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847. A Soda Water Manufacturer in 1849. On electoral list 1852

George GRANT, aged 45 years, buried 2nd December 1854

George Robert GRANT, born 1st December 1840, the son of Paulina and George Grant

George Robert GRANT, aged 31 years, buried 29th August 1871

George Rowley GRANT, born 26th October 1836, the son of Paulina Anne and George Grant

George Rowley GRANT, buried 9th August 1838, aged two years

Helen GRANT, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of George and Paulina Grant, married 12th July 1877, to William Charles RICKCORD, 21+, bachelor, born Malta, the son of Elizabeth and Thomas Pink Rickcord

Henrietta GRANT, born 7th August 1847, the daughter of Paula Anne and George Grant

Henrietta GRANT, 21+, spinster born Malta, the daughter of George and Paula Anna Grant, married 30th November 1870 to, Edwin John Thomas BEHENNA 21+, bachelor, born Plymouth, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, son of John and Elizabeth Behenna

Henry Arthur GRANT, born 22nd October 1852, the son of Paula Anne and George Grant

Herman St.Hilaire GRANT, born 21st January 1869 in Valletta, died 27th February 1869, the son of William Grant

John GRANT, President of the Anglo-Maltese Bank 1857

James GRANT, born 28th October 1850, the son of Paula Anne and George Grant

John GRANT, Merchant, at 12 Strada San Cristoforo, Valletta, in 1847. A Director of the Anglo-Maltese Bank in 1849. On electoral list 1852. President of the Chamber of Commerce 1852 – 1858

John J. GRANT, born about 1811 in Malta. Living in Reading, Berkshire, in 1851

Mary Jane GRANT, born 13th Saeptember 1845, the daughter of Paulina and George Grant

Mary Jane GRANT, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the second daughter of Paulina and the late George Grant, married 16th March 1869 to, Benjamin Smith BRADLEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Bristol, the youngest son of Sophia and Commander Warre Squire Bradley R.N.

Sir Patrick GRANT, Governor of Malta 1867 to 1872. He was born 11th September 1804, in Scotland, the second son of Major John Grant. He joined the East India Company’s army as an Ensign aged 15 years, and spent the next forty years of his life in India. In 1846 he was appointed Adjutant General of the Bengal Army, followed in 1856 as Commander-in-Chief of the Madras Army. He took up the post as Governor of Malta in May 1867, and continued until June 1872. He married Jane Anne Tyler, and they had two sons. His first wife died, so he re-married Frances Maria Gough, who was 20 years his junior, the daughter of Sir Hugh Gough, by whom he had five sons. He died in March 1895, aged 90 years, at the Royal Hospital Chelsea. One son, Patrick Francis William Bannatyne Grant, aged 5 years 8 months, the Governor’s youngest son, died 11th September 1867 in Malta, another Sir Henry Grant, born in 1848 became Governor of Malta in October 1907

William GRANT, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, the son of George and Paula Annie Grant, Merchant, married 15th May 1860 to, Gaetana GRUNGO, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Mariana and the Dr. the Hon. Francesco Grungo

Mrs GRANT, the wife of William Grant, gave birth to a daughter 7th January 1867

William GRANT, his wife gave birth to a daughter, 8th March 1870 in Valletta

William GRANT, born 10th December 1838, the son of Paulina Anne and George Grant

William GRANT, buried 12th June 1855, aged 36 years

William P. GRANT, living at 12D Strada San Cristoforo, Valletta, 1852

Aloysius GRAVAGNA, graduated from Malta University as a Doctor 1804

Dr. Francesco Leone GRAVAGNA, Men’s Hospital Medical Staff, 1802. Senior Physician 1805. Died in the plague of 1813

Frances Sarah GRAVES, died 14th December 1862, aged 45 years, the widow of the late Captain Graves, R.N.

Thomas GRAVES, R.N., Collector of Customs, 1854 – 1856

John GRAY, merchant at Messina, in 1810

John GRAY, born in Malta about 1812. In 1851 living in Clerkenwell, London

John GRAY, living at 3 Strada Irlandese, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Lionel GRAY, buried 22nd June 1855, Mate of the English brig Isabella Hay, aged 35 years

Mary GRAY, aged 19 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Salvo and Jannine Gray, married 18th November 1867 to, John COLE, aged 33 years, widower, born in Dorchester, QMS Commissariat Staff Corps, the son of Ellis and Elizabeth Cole

Robert GRAY, aged 61 years, buried 9th November 1861

William GRAY, 21+, widower, of Glasgow, married 14th August 1860, to Elizabeth Maxton BRODIE, 21+, spinster, of Alloa

William Brodie GRAY, born 17th June 1861, the son of William and Elizabeth Maxton Gray, nee BRODIE

John Brook GREAVES, born 29th April 1884, the son of John Brook Greaves and Annie McNEIL, in Valletta

Angelo Paolo Coronato GRECH, born 9th November 1831 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Anthony Paul GRECH, born 4th August 1854 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carlo GRECH, Junior Surgeon, Men’s Hospital Medical Staff 1805

Carmelo GRECH, born 10th January 1859 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Emerentianus GRECH, born 23rd January 1843 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Giacomo GRECH, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, son of the late Gaetano and Mariana Grech, married 24th November 1846 to, Eliza FRISK, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Frisk, residents in Malta

John Michael GRECH, born 28th December 1847 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

John Peter GRECH, born 11th June 1879 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph GRECH, born 21st October 1823 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph GRECH, born 4th February 1834 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Lawrence GRECH, born 8th July 1872 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Liberatus GRECH, born 5th April 1840 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Louis Emmanuel Publius GRECH, born 14th February 1854 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Madeleine GRECH, born 6th January 1879 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

The daughter of Charles GRECH, Mary Ann O’BRIEN, aged 28 years, widow, married 22nd November 1892, to John PALMER, aged 29 years, bachelor, Gunner, the son of John Palmer

Salvatore GRECH, born 24th August 1831 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore GRECH, aged 25 years, bachelor, Doctor in Medicine, the son of Felix Grech, Doctor in Medicine, married 21st June 1884, to Jane SHILLINGLAW, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of John Shillinglaw, Engineer

Spiridion GRECH, born 17th March 1872 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Robert GRECY, aged 32 years, bachelor, Master Mariner, the son of James Grecy, married 17th June 1889, to Antoinette Clarissa SPRAGUE, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of Horatio J. Sprague, American Consul

Melita GREECE, born in Malta about 1842. Living in Alverstoke, Hampshire, in 1851, in the household of her uncle Commander W.R. Mends, Royal Navy

Alfred D. GREEN, United States Consul at Naples, died 15th December 1867, aged 56 years. He was from Burlington, Iowa, USA

Reverend Charles GREEN, resident Malta, electoral list 1862

Daniel GREEN, Sailor, on transport Emu. Found under the Isola Bastion, believed he fell from the wall, when drunk, and fractured his skull. Died 5th October 1855

Edward Frederick GREEN, 21+, of London, married 2nd June 1840, to Catherine Colonna STILON, 21+, the daughter of Dr.Joseph Stilon. The bridegroom was an artist and painted a portrait of Emilia Stilon wife of Saverio Stilon

Fanny GREEN, aged 4 years, buried 28th September 1870

Frederick Edward GREEN, living at 60 Strada Rinella, Vittoriosa, 1852

Frederick GREEN, 17 Stratford Place, London, married at the British Consulate Palermo, February/March/April 1868 to, Sophia ROSE, the eldest daughter of James Rose of Palermo

Hugh GREEN, 21+, bachelor, of Dublin, married 28th May 1828, to Emma Georgina Jane SPELLINGS, aged 20 years, from Portsmouth, the daughter of David Spellings

John GREEN, aged 37 years, buried 12th October 1856

Mary Agnes Margaret GREEN, died 9th July 1871 in Tunis, aged eighteen months, the daughter of William Kirby Green, British Vice Consul in Tunis

Melita Jane GREEN, born 30th April 1841, the daughter of Edward Frederick and Catherine Colonna Green

W.K. GREEN, his wife gave birth to a daughter 6th January 1870 at Tunis, Vice Consul

Robert GREENAWAY, 21+, widower, of Bromley, Kent, the son of Thomas and Sophia Greenaway, Police Officer, married 5th February 1874, to Annie BARBARA, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Grazio and Marie Barbara

Hannah GREENSLEY, born in Malta about 1813. Living in Leicester in 1851

Peter GREETHAM, 21+, bachelor, the son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Greetham, married 29th October 1857 to, Rosina Ann NIBBS, 21+, spinster, born in Gosport, the daughter of Ann and John James Nibbs

Alice Harriet GREENWOOD, born 21st April 1868, the daughter of Eliza and Edward Frederick Greenwood

Eliza GREENWOOD, aged 9 months, buried 10th May 1870

Frederick George GREENWOOD, aged 1 year 1 month, buried 27th August 1870

George GREENWOOD, aged 15 months, buried 16th October 1867

Thomas GREENWOOD, 21+, bachelor, of Halifax, Yorkshire, Police Constable HM Dockyard, married 4th October 1866, to Sarah PRATT, 21+, spinster, of Bognor, Sussex

Thomas George GREENWOOD, aged 10 years, buried 30th May 1868

Jane Charlotte GREGORIE, the daughter of the late George Gregorie, of Dunkerque, France, married 15th September 1832, to Edward Francis PHILLIPS, the son of John Phillips, of Pall Mall, London

Annie GREGORY, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Frederick Gregory, Bandmaster, Royal Welch Fusiliers, married 22nd February 1897 to, Herbert Nelson BASTON, aged 23 years, bachelor, Lance-Sergeant, Royal Welch Fusiliers, the son of Edward Baston, Clerk in Holy Orders

Charles GREGORY, granted a licence to open a school 19th September 1879

Charles Frederick GREGORY, born 28th August 1842, the son of Sarah and Peter Gregory, Sailmaker in HM Dockyard

Charlotte Amelia GREGORY, born 3rd January 1828, the daughter of Peter and Sarah Gregory, Sailmaker in the Naval Arsenal

Charlotte Amelia GREGORY, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Peter and Sarah Gregory, resident Malta, married 10th October 1850 to, Daniel Willes KING, 21+, bachelor, born Deptford, Kent, Engineer, HMS Ceylon, the son of Daniel and Mary Ann King

Edwin GREGORY, born 9th December 1835, the son of Sarah and Peter Gregory

Edwin GREGORY, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

George Barclay GREGORY, born 9th February 1832, the son of Sarah and Peter Gregory

George B. GREGORY, granted a licence to open a school 23rd April 1900

Harriet GREGORY, buried 21st December 1827, aged 4 years

Isabella GREGORY, born 22nd February 1838, the daughter of Sarah and Peter Gregory

John GREGORY, born 9th December 1829, the son of Peter and Sarah Gregory

John GREGORY, aged 2 years, buried December 1831

Kate Worthington GREGORY, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Archibald McIntyre Gregory, married 12th June 1890, to Herbert Whitmore SAVORY, aged 32 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, HMS Scout, the son of Charles Savory

Leslie Beatrice GREGORY, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles Gregory, married 9th January 1893, to George PIERCY, aged 23 years, bachelor, Private, M.S. Corps, the son of Frederick Piercy

Melita GREGORY, born 22nd March 1832, the daughter of Sarah and Peter Gregory

Melita GREGORY, spinster, minor with guardian’s consent, born Malta, the daughter of Sarah and Peter Gregory, resident Malta, married 4th December 1851 to William WOTTON, 21+, bachelor, born St.John, Rotherhithe, Kent, Engineer, Royal Navy, HMS Spiteful, the son of Sarah and William Wotton

Peter GREGORY, Sailmaker, joined HM Dockyard May 1825, aged 30 years.

Peter Charles GREGORY, born 7th January 1827, the son of Peter and Sarah Gregory, Sailmaker in Naval Arsenal

Peter GREGORY, buried 14th November 1827, aged 22 months

Peter GREGORY, living at 25 Strada Cospicua, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Peter GREGORY, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1835, 1836, 1842, 1843

Peter GREGORY, died 18th November 1855 in Isola

Sarah Ann GREGORY, died 21st November 1845, aged 21 years, the eldest daughter of Peter Gregory, of HM Dockyard

Sarah M.G.J. GREGORY, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of George B. Gregory, married 13th March 1883, to James FAIRBROTHER, aged 35 years, widower, Engineer, HMS Iris, the son of James Fairbrother

Emily Christiana Alexandria GREIG, born 31st January 1827, the daughter of Hector and Susannah Teresa Greig

Emily GREIG, died 29th May 1837, aged 10 years, the daughter of Hector and Susannah Greig

Hector GREIG, aged 31 years, bachelor, from Edinburgh, Collector of Land Revenue Malta, married 1st March 1821, to Susan Theresa TOOLE, aged 15 years, spinster, the daughter of Rose and James Toole, Auditor Public Accounts Malta

Mr. GREIG, Superintendent of Quarantine, lived at 10 Strada Michile, rent free, as authorized by H.M. Secretary of State for the Colonies, in 1825

Thomas George GRENDON, aged 18 years, from Drogheda, Ireland. Buried 14th March 1852

Sir Francis Wallace GRENFELL, Governor of Malta 1899 till 1903. He was born in 1841 and commissioned into the 60th Regiment in 1859. He served in Malta during 1866/1867, followed by South Africa and Egypt. In fact he spent a considerable time in Egypt and was made Commander of the newly raised Egyptian Army. In 1887 he married Evelyn Emily Blucher Wood, the daughter of Major-General R. Blucher Wood. He commenced his time as Governor on 6th January 1899, and his wife Lady Grenfell in Valletta on 21st June 1899, aged 43 years, and was buried in Ta Braxia cemetery. His Governorship ended in March 1903. He re-married to the Hon.Margaret Majendie, and she bore him two sons and a daughter. He died in 1925

Jules Charles Alfred GRENSON, born 28th February 1864, the son of Lucy Charlotte Adelaide Meeres and Emile Louis Narcisse Grenson, of Belgium

Georgina Cecilia GREVILLE, died 16th September 1867, aged 69 years. The widow of the Hon. Robert Fulke Greville, of Castle Hall, South Wales, and daughter of the late Charles Locke, of Norbury, Surrey

George GREY, 21+, bachelor, the son of Mary Elizabeth and Charles Earl Grey, married 20th January 1845 to, Jane Frances STUART, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Catherine Henrietta and Sir Patrick Stuart

John GREY, resident Malta, electoral list 1854

Laura Mary GREY, buried 25th March 1848, the wife of Charles Samuel Grey, aged 36 years

Robert GREY, died 9th November 1861, aged 61 years. Shipbuilder, from North Shields

Robert Elton GREY, born 17th March 1848, the son of Laura Mary and Charles Samuel Grey

Reverend Charles Besley GRIBBLE, aged 71 years, born in Barnstaple, Devon, 6th July 1807, the son of Mary Ann and Charles Besley Gribble. Ordained as a Priest 1840 by the Bishop of Lincoln. He was Chaplain to the Sailors Home and the Destitute Sailors Asylum in 1847. On 25th February 1858 he was appointed Chaplain at the British Embassy in Constantinople. He was the author of ‘The Mistake Corrected’, ‘Slavery a Sin’, ‘Burning of the Amazon’, and ‘Christ Glorified’. He was a Canon of Gibraltar, and died off Malta 25th July 1878 whilst the incumbent at Constantinople

Josephine M.E. GRIFFIN, born in Malta in 1821. Married. Living in Brighthelmstone, Sussex, in 1851

Maria GRIFFIN, born in Malta about  Married. Living in Adderbury, Oxfordshire, in 1851

W.W. GRIFFIN, Hon. Secretary Sa Maison Lawn Tennis Club, in October 1888

Elizabeth GRIFFITH, buried 17th August 1822, aged 10 months

James Paul GRIFFITHS, aged 30 years, bachelor, Draughtsman, HM Dockyard, the son of James Paul Griffiths, Inspector of Police, married 21st January 1880, to Louisa JACKSON, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of Daniel Jackson, Policeman

J. GRIFFITHS, HM Dockyard Police, October 1857

James P. GRIFFITHS, died 27th August 1899, at his residence in Senglea, aged 49 years. He left a widow and young family. From Portsmouth, Hampshire, he was employed for many years as a draughtsman, in HM Dockyard

John GRIFFITHS, Advocate, at 65 Strada Teatro, Valletta, in 1847

John GRIFFITHS, seaman, buried 3rd May 1855, aged 55 years

John GRIFFITHS, died 4th November 1857, aged 75 years. Advocate

John GRIFFITHS, aged 22 years, seaman, buried 17th June 1870

Mary Ann GRIFFITHS, born in Malta about 1817. Married. In 1851 living in Whitchurch, Shropshire

William GRIFFITHS, Seaman, of the Meteor. The vessel off loaded 180 barrels of gunpowder on 13th February 1834, then docked in the harbour. As the balance of the cargo was being unloaded on the 15th February the vessel exploded, and several men killed. He was injured and suffered a broken arm. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

William GRIFFITHS, living at 116 Strada Marina, Senglea, electoral list 1852

Elizabeth GRIFFITT, born 22nd October 1821, the daughter of John and Anne Griffitt

Jane GRIFFITT, born in Malta about 1811. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

Paolo GRILLET, Dispenser and Police Physician for Valletta, 1865

Dr. Stefano GRILLET, Women’s Hospital Medical Staff 1802, Men’s Hospital Medical Staff, Senior Physician 1805

Dr. GRILLET, went to Scutari Hospital in 1854 during the Crimean War

Ange GRIMA, born 5th January 1833 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Edouard GRIMA, born 27th January 1855 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis GRIMA, born 22nd October 1844 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph GRIMA, born 10th February 1820 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph GRIMA, born 21st May 1835 in Vittoriosa, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph GRIMA, born 14th April 1856 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore GRIMA, born 19th March 1822 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore GRIMA, born 20th April 1824 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore GRIMA, born 15th March 1858 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Addis GROUT, the son of John Henry and Josephine Grout, Consul of the United States of America, born 21st December 188*

J.H. GROUT, Freemason, Master of The Waller Rodwell Wright Lodge 1900

Herbert Watkins GRUBB, born 26th December 1875, the son of Alexander and Sara Mary Grubb

Bertha Jane GRUNDY, married to Dr.Andrew Leith ADAMS, Surgeon, 1st Battalion, 22nd Cheshire Regiment. Became a well-known novelist under her name by another marriage Mrs. R.S. De Courcy Laffan

Abele GRUNGO, died Saturday 16th February 1892. For about 30 years he held the post of Admiralty Clerk in HM Dockyard. He left three daughters. His son-in-law was the Reverend John Dougherty, R.N. Chaplain

Ellen Louisa GRUNGO, aged 21 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Abele and Madeleine Grungo, married 3rd October 1878, to Francis Thomas BARR, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Woolwich, Kent, the son of Francis George and Mary Barr, Lieutenant, Royal Navy

Gaetana GRUNGO, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Mariana and the Dr. the Hon. Francesco Grungo, married 15th May 1860 to, William GRANT, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, the son of George and Paula Annie Grant, Merchant

Louisa Mary GRUNGO, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Abele and Magdalen Grungo, married 7th March 1876, to John Anderson DOUGHERTY, 21+, bachelor, from Deptford, Kent, the son of John and Hannah Dougherty, Naval Instructor, HMS Invincible

Mrs GUARRACINO, the wife of Frederick Guarracino, HBM Consul, gave birth to a son 11th January 1862 at Canea, Crete

Caterina GUELBERTA, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of Joseph Guelberta, married 19th March 1890 to, Edward Henry WALLACE, aged 28 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Artillery, the son of Robert Wallace

Charles GUESCHEN, Swedish seaman, buried 31st December 1871

John Henry GUEST, aged 21 years, died 27th May 1863, in Sliema

Giacomo GUGENETT, aged 54 years, buried 24th June 1866

Mr. GUIGNARD, French teacher at Malta Protestant College, September 1856

Mary Magdalen GULIA, died 15th July 1862 at Cospicua, aged 6 months, the infant daughter of Gavino Gulia

Mrs GULIA, the wife of Gavino Gulia MD, gave birth to a son 11th February 1863

Ole GULSTOD, aged 24 years, seaman, buried 11th January 1857

John Henry GUMBLETON, late 60th Regiment, died 29th November 1866, on board the s.s. Palestine, The youngest and only surviving son of the late J.B. Gumbleton of Fort William, Lismore, Ireland

Joseph GUNSON. Appointed Deputy Purveyor to the British Army Medical Services in 1800, and promoted to Purveyor in July 1814

Georgina GUPPY, aged 44 years, the wife of Samuel Guppy of Ballykhal, Calcutta, buried 28th July 1855

Lawrence GUSMAN, born 10th January 1817 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

John GWINN, died 4th September 1849 at Palermo, Sicily, commanding U.S. frigate Constitution. Buried in the English churchyard

Jeanne HABER, born 9th September 1868 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph Xavier Michael HABER, born 8th November 1865 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore Joseph HABER, born 16th April 1857 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Ann HADAWAY, buried 20th November 1811, the wife of Dixon Hadaway, of Bormla, aged 28 years

Dixon HADAWAY, married 24th March 1812, in Smyrna, widower, of Malta, to Teresa ROWANS, of Smyrna

Edward HADAWAY, born about 1813 in Malta. In 1851 living in North Shields

Bridget Clifford HADDON, aged 29 years, widow, the daughter of John GARRAUGHTY, married 18th May 1885, to John James NEWTON, aged 22 years, bachelor, Private, East Kent Regiment, the son of John Newton

Reverend George Horatio HADFIELD, appointed the Principal of the Malta Protestant College, in September 1846

Henry HADIDA, born 17th March 1862, the son of Mary Ann and Henry Hadida

James HADKINSON, from Manchester, married 24th March 1814 to, Amelia JOHNSON, from Moffat, Scotland

William HADKINSON, born 20th November 1816, the son of James Hadkinson and his wife Amelia, nee Johnson, in Valletta. In 1851 living in Hampstead, London

Julia HADLEY, aged 32 years, buried 3rd February 1870

William HADLEY, aged 57 years, buried 10th November 1856

Andrew HAGGART, resident in Malta, electoral list 1862 and 1864

Annie Bell HAGGART, born 25th April 1865, the daughter of Andrew and Jessie Haggart, nee McLEOD. Employed in HM Dockyard

Isabella Ferguson HAGGART, born 29th September 1867, the daughter of Andrew and Jessie Haggart, nee McLEOD. Inspector HM Dockyard Police

James Angus HAGGART, orn 13th February 1861, the son of Andrew and Jessie Haggart, nee McLEOD

Mary Christina HAGGART, born 2nd February 1856, the daughter of Andrew and Jessie Haggart, nee McLEOD. Employed in HM Dockyard

Oscar William Andrew Malte Robert Theodore HAHR, born 16th March 1833, the son of Charlotte (nee SCHEELE) and Adolph Hahr, Consul General for Norway and Sweden at Tripoli

Robert (? Richard) HAINES, aged 20 years, seaman, buried 2nd April 1862

G. HALDALE, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1869, 1870

H.J. HALDANE, Freemason, Deputy District Grand Master in 1871

Elizabeth Dyer HALE, 21+, spinster, from Gibraltar married 1st January 1831, to Thomas RICKCORD, 21+, bachelor, from Woolwich, Kent

Ellen HALES, aged 26 years, spinster, married 6th April 1893, to Richard FLOOD, aged 24 years, bachelor, Seaman, Royal Navy, HMS Dolphin

Mary HALES, born in Malta about 1827. Married. In 1851 living in Southwark, London

Henry HALKETT, aged 29 years, buried 8th March 1849

Allison Bellamy HALL, Freemason, Master of the Zetland Lodge 1898. Third District Grand Principal 1900

Ann HALL, born in Malta about 1826. In 1851 living in Antony, Cornwall

Ann McIntosh HALL, born 25th January 1826, the daughter of John and Ann Hall, Shipwright in Naval Arsenal

Arthur Snelling HALL, born 8th March 1868, the son of Caroline and Robert Hall. Buried 8th June 1868, aged 3 months

Catherine Elizabeth Fisher HALL, born 2nd March 1828, the daughter of John and Ann Hall, Shipwright in Naval Arsenal

Catherine Elizabeth Fisher HALL, buried 18th July 1828, aged 4 months

Charles Edward Phelps HALL, born 29th December 1820, the son of John and Anne Hall, Shipwright in the Naval Arsenal

George HALL, died 8th February 1841, arrived on HM Implacable, from Marmorice. Died in the Lazaretto, from consumption

J. HALL, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1896

James HALL, Shipwright, worked in HM Dockyard from December 1810 until he died on 28th November 1811, aged 28 years

Reverend John HALL, died 8th November 1861, at the Imperial Hotel, Sliema

Margaret HALL. Born 13th December 1799, died 8th February 1876

Mary Ann HALL, born in Malta about 1838. In 1851 working as a Servant in Chelsea, London

N.S. HALL, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1911

Pasquale HALL, Constable 2nd Class, Marine Police, 1865

Richard HALL, aged 19 years, seaman, from Newcastle, buried 4th June 1871

Thomas HALL, buried 18th August 1826, aged 2 years 6 months

Walter Snelling HALL, aged 3 years 6 months, buried 14th May 1865

William HALL, from Dublin, married 24th December 1817 to, Mary BRUNSWICK, from Genoa, Italy

William HALL, born in Malta about 1822. In 1851 living in Birmingham

William HALL, Messenger in the Audit Office, 1855

William HALL, living at 33 Strada Toro, Valletta, electoral list 1852. Keeper of the Powder Magazine Port Department, 1865

Mary HALLIFAX, aged 83 years, buried 18th July 1854

Homan HALLOCK, 21+, bachelor, the son of the Reverend Moses Hallock, of Plainfield, Mass., USA, married 26th March 1828, to Elizabeth ANDREWS, 21+, the widow of Henry Andrews, formerly from Blackfriars, London

Moses HALLOCK, born 11th April 1829, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Hallock

Mrs HALLOCK, opened an infants school in March 1832

William HALPERN, stowed away on the Christina, and found on board after the vessel’s departure from Liverpool. Arrived at Malta 9th September 1864

Thomas HALTON, seaman, aged 18 years, buried 16th September 1854

Joren HALVORSEN, aged 21 years, buried 24th January 1857

Nathaniel HAM, Storehouse Labourer, working in HM Dockyard 1825

Elizabeth B. HAMILTON, born in Malta about 1835. In 1851 living in Bedford

Henry HAMILTON, 21+, bachelor, born in Dublin, the son of Marcus Hamilton, Military Stores Clerk, married 12th March 1863 to Sarah Ann TWELVES, 21+, spinster, born in Hull, Yorkshire, the daughter of Samuel Twelves

Isabella HAMILTON, born in Malta about 1843. In 1851 living in Glastonbury, Somerset

Rachel HAMILTON, aged 82 years, the daughter of the late Reverend Hamilton

HAMMER & THOMSON, General Merchants, opened in 1891. One partner, Emile Hammer resided in Malta, whilst David Thomson lived in Dundee

Richard HAMMON, living at 174 Strada San Giuseppe, Senglea, 1852

Anne HAMMOND, buried 17th October 1825, aged 27 years

John HAMMOND, aged 66 years, buried 11th August 1850

Richard HAMMOND, bachelor, from Woolwich, Kent, married 15th February 1840 to, Mary Ann ALLEN, spinster, minor with guardian’s consent

George John HAMPTON, born 14th February 1865, the son of Mary and John Hampton

John HAMPTON, living at 12 Strada Felice, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

Mary HAMPTON, born 22nd July 1873, the daughter of Mary and John Hampton

Mary Annette HAMPTON, born 21st April 1869, the daughter of Fanny Annette and George Essex Hampton

Matilda Elizabeth HAMPTON, born 24th April 1871, the daughter of Mary and John Hampton

Victoria Amelia HAMPTON, born 24th May 1868, the daughter of Mary and John Hampton

Elizabeth HAMSHAW, born 20th September 1839, the daughter of Charlotte Ann and Thomas Hamshaw

Eliza Ann HAMSHAW, born 21st December 1842, the daughter of Charlotte and Thomas Hamshaw

Emily HAMSHAW, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Charlotte Hamshaw, married 27th February 1872, to William Henry HAYWARD, 21+, bachelor, from Devonport, the son of Thomas and Eliza Hayward

Horatio Thomas HAMSHAW, born 24th February 1845, the son of Charlotte Ann and Thomas Hamshaw

J. HAMSHAW, Engineer of Steam Machinery, Naval Victualling Yard, Vittoriosa in 1847

Melita Jane HAMSHAW, born 29th April 1841, the daughter of Charlotte Ann and Thomas Hamshaw

Thomas HAMSHAW, Superintending Engineer, Naval Dockyard, in 1849 and 1871. Living at Nuovo Fabbrica, Senglea, on electoral list 1852. Royal Dockyard Artillery Battalion, Captain Thomas Hamshaw with Factory Company in 1856

Mary Ann HANCOCK, spinster, from Linkinthorne, Cornwall, married 1st February 1835, to Henry CROCKFORD, from Chatham, Kent

William HANCOCK, aged 59 years, buried 28th July 1833

Sir Frederick HANKEY, Chief Secretary to the Government, lived at 86 Strada Vescovo, rent free, as authorized by H.M.Secretary of State for the Colonies, in 1825

Lady HANKEY, nee Catherine Varlamo, married Sir Frederick Hankey when he was serving on the island of Corfu. She died 26th May 1835, and was buried in the Greek Orthodox cemetery at Floriana

William E.G. HANKINSON, aged 7 months, buried 20th June 1868

J. HANNAH, Foreman of Fitters, Naval Dockyard in 1856

Lieutenant HANNAH, Royal Dockyard Artillery Battalion, with the Factory Company in 1856

Walter HANNAH, buried 19th March 1850, aged 10 years

Walter HANNAH, living at 5 Strada San Giuseppe, Senglea, electoral list 1852

Maria Jane HANNILL, born in Malta about 1824. In 1851 living in Wallington, Kent

Henry J.HANSON, his wife gave birth to a daughter 28th October 1866, at Candilli, on the Bosphorus

Mrs HANSON, the wife of Henry James Hanson, gave birth to a son at Kandilli near Constantinople

Robet HANVEY, born in Malta about 1818. In 1851 living in Dover, Kent

William HARBORD, born in Malta about 1802. Living in London in 1851

James HARBOUR, aged 52 years, seaman, from Hampshire, buried 27th November 1871

Alfred John HARCUM, born 29th January 1868, the son of Alfred John and Sarah Harcum, nee WISE. Born at Alexandria

Ann HARDEN, born in Malta about 1810. In 1851 working as a Servant in Kent

Caroline Mary HARDING, born 25th July 1876, the daughter of Jane and William harding

Guest Fred HARDING, aged 25 years, bachelor, Engineer, married 13th October 1885, to Fanny CHAPMAN, aged 24 years, spinster

HARDING’s Novelty Bazaar, at 55 Strada San Giovanni, Valletta, in 1889

Nellie HARDING, died 14th August 1896, aged 25 years, the daughter of W.L. Harding

Walter HARDING, born 6th August 1874, the son of William and Jane Harding

William HARDMAN, full age, bachelor, Merchant, the son of Thomas Hardman, married 17th September 1885, to Aloisa Annetta WHITAKER, full age, the widow of Joseph Whitaker and the daughter of Thomas CORLETT

William HARDMAN, living at 180 Strada Cristoforo, Valletta, 1895 Voters list. Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1887 - 1893

Reverend Edward Ambrose HARDY, M.A., announced as Chaplain to the Government, 20th November 1878. Chaplain of St.Pauls Anglican Church, Valletta, 1878 to 1895. Living at 32 Strada Marsamuscetto, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

James HARDY, aged 24 years, buried 8th February 1855

Jonathan HARDY, died at Scutari 14th August 1866, aged 83 years. For many years he was HM Vice Consul Chancellor at Constantinople

Horatio John HARE, born 17th April 1900, the son of Fanny Louisa and Herbert Leoni William Hare, Bank Manager

Sarah HARE, died 9th November 1861, aged 70 years. Born in Ireland, the daughter of William Hare, and sister of the Reverend Hare

Reverend William HARE, living at 3 Strada San Paolo, Valletta, 1852

John HARGREAVES, born in Malta about 1822. In 1851 living in Fulwood, Lancashire

William HARGREAVES, born in Malta about 1824. In 1851 in Prison in Westminster, London

Edward Birch HARKCORN, born 16th July 1867, the son of Mary Anne Wesley and Henry William Harkcorn

Charles HARLEY, living 71 Strada Sirene, Senglea, electoral list 1852

H.J. HARNACK, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1886

Mary Louisa HARNAGE, of Dean's Yard, Westminster, the only child of the late Edward Harnage, married at the English Church in Rome on 12th May 1880, to Edward Foskett WAYNE, of Monmouthshire, the Rector of Torwood

Charles HARPER, Superintendent of the Government Printing Office, lived in an apartment at the Printing Office, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Charles HARPER appointed to be Editor of Malta Government Gazette, and Superintendent of the Government Printing Office, from 1st August 1826 in place of Henry Harper – deceased

Charles HARPER, Magistrate, living at 27 Strada Britannica, Valletta, 1852

F. HARPER, buried 7th May 1855, Engineer on Sardinian Steamer Vittoria Emmanuele

George HARPER, seaman, aged 21 years, buried 6th August 1855

Henry HARPER, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1817 and 1818

Mary Anne HARPER, died 31st December 1836, the wife of Charles Harper

John James HARR, a German, died in the Civil Hospital, buried 3rd September 1823

A.C. HARRIS, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1820, 1821, 1822

Anthony Charles HARRIS, died 25th November 1869 at Ramleh, near Alexandria. Formerly of Malta and for about 40 years resident in Egypt, aged 79 years

Alexandria Marie Dorothy HARRIS, born 2nd December 1888, the daughter of Ellen Emily and William Stuart Harris

Cecilia HARRIS, aged 29 years, buried 15th April 1855, by Reverend William Hare

Henry HARRIS, aged 29 years, bachelor, Engine Fitter, the son of Samuel Harris deceased, married 9th January 1900 to, Alice MARGRIE, aged 23 years, spinster, from 17 Finswell Street, Plymouth, the daughter of Robert Margrie deceased

James HARRIS, Freemason, one of the petitioners for the establishment of The Union of Malta Lodge in 1831. Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1833

James HARRIS, resident in Malta 1837

John HARRIS, died 7th August 1855, seaman, found in the water off Isola Point

John HARRIS, Police Constable, retired, 1865

Rebekah HARRIS, born 22nd August 1833, the dauthter of Anne and John Harris

Richard James HARRIS, No.73, Marine Police, promoted from Constable 3rd Class to 2nd Class in July 1857, then to 1st Class in 1865

R. HARRIS, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1839, 1840

William HARRIS, aged 19 years, of the brig Leak. Buried 14th January 1832

Annie Victorine HARRISON, born 8th September 1896, the daughter of Robert Theophilus and Esther Elizabeth Harrison. Clerk, living in Hamrun

Dorothy Melita HARRISON, born 31st October 1900, the daughter of Esther Elizabeth and Robert Theophilus Jones Harrison. Traveller for Lipton & Company, living in Hamrun

George HARRISON, 21+, bachelor, born in Stanigate, Lincolnshire, the son of Robert and Elizabeth Harrison, married 9th August 1864 to, Sarah Ann ROBERTS, 21+, spinster, born in St.Charles, Plymouth, the daughter of Abraham and Sarah Roberts

John HARRISON, aged 53 years, buried 28th November 1863

Joseph HARRISON, Joiner, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Robert Theophilus Jones HARRISON, aged 29 years, bachelor, Clerk, the son of William Samuel Harrison, married 1st February 1892, to Esther Elizabeth PARKIN, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of William Parkin

Victor Noble HARRISON, born 17th February 1899, the son of Robert Theophilus and Esther Elizabeth Harrison. Clerk, of 338c Strada San Giuseppe, Hamrun

Eliza HARROP, born in Malta about 1814. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

Emily Mary HARRY, 21+, the daughter of John Deacon and Elizabeth Harry, married 12th November 1874, to William BROWN, 21+, bachelor, born Dublin, the son of Gerard Brown

Sarah Elizabeth HARRY, full age, spinster, the daughter of John Deacon Harry and Sarah Elizabeth, married 19th September 1878, to Henry Palmer KNIGHT, full age, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, the son of Thomas John and Margaret Knight, formerly of Richmond, Surrey

Samuel Newbury HART, born 9th January 1837, baptised March 1866, the son of Lydia Margaret and Joseph Hart

Isabella HARTLAND, died 8th September 1860, aged 90 years, widow, from Glasgow

Mary A. HARTSHORN, born in Malta about 1810. Married. Living in Wolverhampton in 1851

A.B. HARVEY, Assistant Surgeon, Naval Hospital Bighi, in 1856

Cecilia Charlotte HARVEY, died 9th July 1852, aged 18 months, the fifth daughter of William Harvey, HM Dockyard

Eliza HARVEY, born in Malta about 1810. The wife of Joseph Harvey. Living in Yeovil in 1851 with her husband and their children

Emily Mary HARVEY, born 19th October 1842, the daughter of Emily Margaret and William Edward Harvey

Emily Mary HARVEY, died 17th October 1846, aged 4 years, the eldest daughter of William E. Harvey, of HM Naval Arsenal

Frances Amelia HARVEY, born 22nd December 1824, the daughter of Samuel and Sarah Harvey, Master Shipwright in the Dockyard

Frances Amelia HARVEY, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Sarah and Samuel Harvey, married 8th March 1855 to, Joshua Grant CROSSE, 21+, bachelor, born in Tottenham, Middlesex, Captain, 88th Regiment, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Crosse

Frederick HARVEY, born 8th February 1819, the son of Sarah and Samuel Harvey, of the Naval Arsenal

George HARVEY, born in Malta about 1833, the son of Eliza and Joseph Harvey. Living with his parents and family in 1851 in Yeovil, Somerset

Henry Charles HARVEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, the son of Samuel and Sarah Harvey, Audit Clerk Admiral Superintendent’s Office HM Dockyard, married 23rd October 1856 to, Virginia SCEBERRAS, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Camillo and Maddalena Sceberras

Lieutenant H.C. HARVEY, Royal Dockyard Artillery Battalion, with Dockyard Company in 1856

Helen Maude HARVEY, died 5th January 1870 at the Officers Quarters, Senglea Marina, the second surviving daughter of W.E. Harvey, HM Dockyard, aged 17 years 7 months

Henry Samuel HARVEY, living at 73 Strada San Giovanni, Valletta, 1852

Hugh Albert HARVEY, born 6th December 1861, the son of Virginia and Henry Charles Harvey

Joseph HARVEY, aged 37 years, Musician, P.&.O. Steamer Indus, buried 17th November 1859

Kingston HARVEY, his wife gave birth to a daughter 3rd January 1870 at Pera, Constantinople, solicitor

Louisa Jane HARVEY, born 4th September 1820, the daughter of Samuel and Sarah Harvey, Master Shipwright in the Naval Arsenal

Lucy Bramhall Mayhew HARVEY, born 27th July 1844, the daughter of Emily Margaret and William Edward Harvey

Lucy B. HARVEY, died 6th January 1846, aged 18 months, the daughter of William E. Harvey, HM Naval Arsenal

Mary A. HARVEY, born in Malta about 1835, the daughter of Eliza and Joseph Harvey. Living with her parents and family in 1851 in Yeovil, Somerset

Mary Hariette HARVEY, 26th September 1847, the daughter of Emily Margaret and William Edward Harvey

N. HARVEY, Audit Clerk, Naval Dockyard in 1856

Ralph Theobald Clement HARVEY, born 9th September 1896, the son of Henry Ralph and Alice Maud Mary Harvey, Telegraphist

Robert HARVEY, born in Malta about 1818. Living in Dover, Kent, in 1851

Samuel HARVEY, resident 1837. Master Shipwright, Naval Victualling Yard, Vittoriosa in 1847

Samuel HARVEY, Shipwright, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Samuel HARVEY, aged 83 years, buried 12th March 1860

Sarah HARVEY, died 2nd August 1869, aged 88 years. From England. The widow of Samuel Harvey

William HARVEY, aged 20 years, from North Shields. Buried 17th July 1844

William Edward HARVEY, 21+, bachelor, resident in Malta, married 1st January 1842 to, Emily Margaret STAINES, 21+, spinster, resident in Malta

William E. HARVEY, Clerk to the Master Shipwright, Naval Victualling Yard, Vittoriosa in 1847. 2nd Clerk Naval Arsenal in 1849. Living at 2 Piazza San Margarita, Cospicua, 1852

William F. HARVEY, Professor of English Literature at Malta University 1888

Thomas HASKIS, 21+, bachelor, born in Redhill, Surrey, Policeman, the son of Samuel and Anna Haskis, married 1st October 1867 to, Eliza WHITBREAD, 21+, spinster, born in Dartford, Kent, the daughter of Stephen and Catherine Whitbread

His Excellency the most Noble, the MARQUESS of HASTINGS, the Governor of Malta, buried 14th December 1826, aged 72 years

William HASWELL, Ropemaker, working in HM Dockyard, died 1805

Eliza Cooke HATHERELL, aged 34 years, the wife of the Reverend J.W. Hatherell, Rector of Charmouth, Dorset. Buried 16th january 1842

John HATTEN, aged 20 years, buried 14th December 1864

James William HAUHY, aged 38 years, bachelor, the son of William Hauhy, Gentleman, married 10th March 1900, to Ada Anne JAMES, aged 27 years, spinster, of Newport, Monmouthshire, the daughter of Thomas James

Joseph HAUTECOUR, Professor of English Literature at Malta University 1802 to 1806

George HAVELOCK, living at 4 Wilton Place, Basingstoke, applied and was accepted as organist at St.Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, April 1881. Says he expects to marry on 30th April, a Miss. Unwin, from a good Hertfordshire family

Violet Clara HAVELOCK, born 18th February 1882, the daughter of Elizabeth Clara Daisy and George Havelock. Organist, at St.Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, Valletta. Living at 136 Strada Forni, Valletta

Francis HAVERS, born in Malta about 1819. Married. Living in Rettendon, Essex, in 1851

J.P. HAWKER, resident in Malta, October 1857

George HAWKES, living at Strada Reale, Sliema, electoral list 1852

Margaret HAWKINS, born in Malta about 1824. Married. Living in Liverpool in 1851

Stephen HAWKINS, Cabinkeeper, worked in HM Dockyard from September 1810 until his death on 26th November 1822, aged 54 years

Robert HAY, 21+, bachelor, from Linplum, Scotland, married 19th May 1828, to Kaletsa PSARAKEE, aged 16 years, spinster, from Candia, Crete

Mrs HAY, the wife of Robert Hay, of Linplum, gave birth to a daughter 16th September 1833, in Cairo

Mrs HAY, the wife of Robert Drummond Hay, gave birth to a son on 15th November 1970 in Tangiers

Robert William Drummond HAY, died 10th May 1861, aged 75 years. Of the family of the Earls of Kinnoul. He held various offices under the British Government from 1805 to 1836 and was for 11 years the Under Secretary of State for the Colonial Department

Ronald Vivian Drummond HAY, died 15th May 1871 in Gibraltar, aged 6 months, the son of Euphemia Katherine and Robert Drummond Hay

G.P. HAYES BA, of the Admiralty, London, the second son of G. Roche Hayes MD, of County Kerry, Ireland, married 29th November 1899 to, Evelyn LAFERLA, the eldest daughter of William Laferla of Valletta, at the church of Our Lady of Victories, Valletta

William HAYES, aged 27 years, bachelor, born in Greenwich, Kent, Plumber, the son of William and Hannah Hayes, married 26th January 1864 to, Amelia COLEIRO, aged 22 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of John and Caroline Coleiro

Eliza HAYLES, an Englishwoman, the widow of Giovanni Hayles, a Maltese, buried 28th August 1851, at St.Pauls, Athens, Greece. Her parents resided at Portsmouth

William Henry HAYWARD, 21+, bachelor, from Devonport, the son of Thomas and Eliza Hayward, married 27th February 1872, to Emily HAMSHAW, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Charlotte Hamshaw

Frederick HEALD, of Newcastle on Tyne, married 29th April 1867, at the British Embassy Chapel, Constantinople, to Edith HOYLAND, the youngest daughter of C.W.Hoyland MD, Surgeon and Superintendent of British Seamens Hospital Constantinople

Reverend Samuel HEALY, died 1st July 1861, Wesleyan Minister, aged 49 years. Born in England

Rebecca Ann HEAP, 21+, spinster, of Philadelphia, U.S.A., the second daughter of S.D. Heap, U.S. Consul General at Tunis, married 17th August 1836, to Charles Thornton CUNNINGHAM, 21+, bachelor, of Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex

Elizabeth HEARN, died 6th February 1884, aged 91 years, the widow of William Hearn

Ellen HEARN, born 18th August 1834, the daughter of Elizabeth and William Hearn

Ellen HEARN, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Hearn, married 9th December 1862 to, William FISHER, 21+, bachelor, born in Walmer, Kent, Barrack Master, the son of Peter and Mary Anne Fisher

Emily HEARN, born 8th March 1836, the daughter of Elizabeth and William Hearn

Emily Celia HEARN, born 7th July 1877, the daughter of George Jonathan and Emily Hearn

Ethel May HEARN, born 7th November 1874, the daughter of Frederick May and Sophie Esther Hearn

Frederick May HEARN, born 16th February 1833, the son of Elizabeth and William Hearn

Frederick May HEARN, 21+, bachelor, Merchant, born Malta, the son of William and Elizabeth Hearn, married 11th February 1874, to Sophia Esther TWELVES, 21+, spinster, born Corfu, the daughter of George and Louisa Twelves

Frederick May HEARN, living at 17 Strada Tigne, Sliema, 1895 Voters list

Frederick May HEARN, born 16th February 1833, in Malta, died 11th August 1895

Henry HEARN, Caulker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Henry Riches HEARN, born 2nd November 1831, the son of Elizabeth and William Hearn

William HEARN, 21+, bachelor, of Billingford, Norfolk, married 27th May 1829, to Elizabeth SIMONDS, 21+, spinster, of Caversham, Oxfordshire

William HEARN, Merchant, at 219 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847. On electoral list 1852. Present at the first Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, held on 1st January 1849. Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1850 - 1853 and 1859 - 1863

William HEARN, died 14th November 1863, aged 67 years, in Valletta

F. HEATH, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1873. District Grand Secretary 1872

Marie Alice Ellen HEATH, baptised 31st July 1888, the daughter of Robert and Sarah Heath. Coachman, at San Anton Palace

Robert HEATH, aged 33 years, bachelor, the son of Henry Heath, married 4th June 1887, to Sarah OAKES, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of John Oakes

Frederick HEATON, born in Malta about 1842, the son of Mary and Thomas Heaton. In 1851 living with his parents and family in Sharples, Lancashire

Martha HEATON, born in Malta about 1848, the daughter of Mary and Thomas Heaton. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Sharples, Lancashire

Thomas HEATON, born in Malta about 1845, the son of Grace and William Heaton. In 1851 living with his parents and family in Woolwich, Kent

Reverend Story HEBARD, died 30th June 1841, arrived on the English Brig Packet, from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto, from dysentery. Native of United States of America

Elizabeth HEDDERWICK, aged 78 years, buried 30th June 1856

John HEDGCOCK, died 23rd April 1849 at the Garden Hotel, Santa Margarita Hill, Burmola, aged 85 years. The father-in-law of Stephen Jerome

Christopher Douglas HELY-HUTCHINSON, born 30th January 1885, the son of Walter Francis and Mary Hely-Hutchinson, Lieut-Governor

Maurice Robert HELY-HUTCHINSON, baptised 18th June 1887, the son of Walter Francis and Mary Hely-Hutchinson. Lieut-Governor, of Palazzo Manoel

Ann HEMINGWAY, the wife of Edward Frederick Hemingway, Purveyor's Clerk, aged 37 years, buried 1st January 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

Mary HEMSLEY, born in Malta about 1817. Married. In 1851 living in Kegworth, Leicestershire

Alexander HENDERSON, 2nd Mate, English Steamer Memon, buried 24th January 1863

Samuel HENDERSON, 21+, bachelor, from Wetherby, Yorkshire, married 29th March 1842 to, Amelia CURRY, 21+, spinster, from Glasgow

Thomas HENDERSON, died 27th February 1851, aged 38 years. Captain of the Brig Hawkhill, of Kincardine, and died on board, from apoplexy. Arrived from Braila

J. HENNEN M.D., Dispenser of Hospitals Ireland, married 9th February 1824 to, Isabella BISSETT

Alphonso HENNEQUIN, married 24th October 1837, at Palermo, Sicily, by Reverend Thomas R.Lambert, United States Navy, to Emma Laura MITTELHOZER

Robert Stilon HENNING, the son of H.D.R. Henning, Storekeeper of Royal Naval Hospital Malta, aged 17 years, buried 13th March 1853

Josephine Mary HENNING, born 31st January 1834, the daughter of Harriet Eliza and Hamilton Robert Dixon Henning

Stilon HENNING, born 31st August 1838, the son of Harriet and Hamilton Henning

Henry HENRICKSEN, aged 16 years, buried 9th September 1863

Agnes Olivia HENRY, born 19th November 1845, the daughter of Lady Selina Constance and Charles John Henry. In 1851 living in East Sutton, Kent

Eva Geralding HENRY, born 17th September 1844 at Scarborough, England, the daughter of Lady Selina Constance and Charles John Henry

John HENRY, seaman, buried 7th April 1855, aged 27 years

Mabel Elizabeth HENRY, born 12th January 1843, the daughter of Lady Selina Constance and Charles John Henry. In 1851 living in East Sutton, Kent   

Mary HENSHALL, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of David Henshall, married 19th June 1886, to William James MacKENZIE, aged 27 years, bachelor, Carpenters Mate, Royal Navy, HMS Falcon, the son of William James Mackenzie

William HENWOOD, Master Shipwright, Naval Dockyard, in 1849. Living at Nuovo Fabbrica, Senglea, on electoral list 1852

Hannah HEPBURN, minor, spinster, the daughter of Peter Hepburn, of Perth, Scotland, married 27th November 1831, to William Davey BROWN, 21+, bachelor, of Plymouth, Master of the sloop HMS Philomel

Peter HEPBURN, resident Malta 1837, electoral list 1849

Peter HEPBURN, died 1st April 1852, aged 76 years. For many years Naval service. He left a large family of children and grandchildren

Peter HEPBURN, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1832, 1833, 1835, 1841. One of the petitioners for the establishment of The Union of Malta Lodge in 1831

Emma Anne HEPPONSTALL, baptised 22nd August 1825, the daughter of Robert and Rachel Matilda Hepponstall

Frances Matilda HEPPONSTALL, born 19th September 1830, the daughter of Robert and Rachael Matilda Hepponstall

Frances Matilda HEPPONSTALL, the daughter of Rachel and Robert Hepponstall, buried 26th June 1831

James Frederick HEPPONSTALL, born 19th August 1828, the son of Robert and Rachael Matilda Hepponstall

Jane Esther HEPPONSTALL, born 31st May 1832, the daughter of Robert and Rachel Matilda Hepponstall

Jane HEPPONSTALL, born in Malta about 1833. In 1851 living in Beerferris, Devon

H. HERMONSEN, aged 22 years, seaman, buried 10th September 1859

James HERRING, died 19th September 1854, crewmember of English ship Riverdale. Eleven members of the crew of Riverdale, together with two boatmen were proceeding from Isola to the Victualling Yard in a passage boat which capsized. With the sea running high, three of the crew were drowned, William Galenby, James Herring, and John Crownin. The remainder were saved

Henry Joseph HERRINGTON, aged 27 years, bachelor, Cook, St.Elmo Officers Mess, the son of Joseph Herrington, married 8th March 1897 to, Kate McEVOY, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of William McEvoy

William Lamplush HERVEY, 21+, bachelor, of Carlisle, the son of Fanny and Humphrey Archer Hervey, married 11th June 1872, to Georgina Caroline YEO, 21+, spinster, of London, the daughter of Mary Anne and Matthew Cole Yeo

John HESS, aged 50 years, buried 28th November 1855

Charles HEWAT, died June 1893 from typhoid fever, aged 33 years. An employee of the Eastern Telegraph Company, he was very much involved in musical circles

William HEWISON, aged 40 years, Master of the English Brig Cockermouth Castle, buried 2nd August 1859

Alfred HEWITT, aged 26 years, seaman, buried 28th July 1869

F. HEWSON, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1882. Senior Warden United Brethren Lodge, 1881

John HEY, the son of John and Jane Amy Hey, born about 1854

Martha Jane HEY, born in Malta about 1818. Married. In 1851 living in Leeds, Yorkshire

Charlotte Elizabeth HIBBERT, born 24th October 1870, the daughter of Samuel and Jemima Hibbert. Schoolmaster Warder, Military Prison

Reverend John HICKMAN, of St.John’s College, Cambridge, appointed Headmaster of The Malta Protestant College, in February 1846

William HIGGINS, born in Malta about 1810. In 1851 living in Hambledon, Hampshire

William HIGGINS, President of the Anglo-Maltese Bank 1809

C. HILCROME, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1853

Marie HILI, born 4th March 1858 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Anne HILL, born 14th May 1863, the daughter of Anne and William Hill

Daniel HILL, aged 26 years, buried 30th June 1856

James HILL, aged 29 years, buried 26th March 1856

Norman HILL, full age, widower, the son of Norman Hill, married 25th March 1889, to Maria Jackson ANDERSON, full age, widow, the daughter of George UPWARD

Susan HILL, born 20th March 1845, the daughter of Jane and Robert Hill

Thomas Horncastle HILL, aged 43 years, bachelor, the son of Thomas Hill, married 19th December 1888, to Mildred MELDRUM aged 23 years, the daughter of Henry Meldrum

Thomas HILLYER, of the Surveyor General's Office, Tower of London, buried 20th October 1841

Abraham HILPERN, born 15th October 1848, the son of Fanny and Thomas Hilpern of Jerusalem, baptised 12th July 1860 by Reverend Charles Popham Miles, Principal of the Malta Protestant College

Arthur William HINCHCLIFFE, born 6th July 1874, the son of Susan Anna Mary and William Hinchcliffe. Twin brother of Lewis Charles

Lewis Charles HINCHCLIFFE, born 6th July 1874, the son of Susan Anna Mary and William Hinchcliffe. Twin brother of Arthur William

William HINCHCLIFFE, 21+, bachelor, born in Deptford, Kent, the son of William and Ann Hinchcliffe, married 25th January 1868, Susan Hannah Mary EVANS, spinster, born in Woolwich, Kent, the daughter of John and Hannah Evans

William HINCHCLIFFE, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1870

William Edward HINCHCLIFFE, born 15th September 1872, the son of Susan Anna Mary and William Hinchcliffe, Engineer

William HINES, aged 18 years, seaman, buried 27th January 1851

Harriet HINTON, born in Malta about 1822. Living in London in 1851

George Henry HIRST, born 24trh August 1855, the son of Mary Ann and William Hirst

Harriette Elizabeth HIRST, born 6th October 1860, the daughter of William and Mary Ann Hirst, nee TRESLER

Robert Harry HIRST, born 8th December 1857, the son of Mary Ann and William Hirst

Rosaria HISCOCK, aged 32 years, widow, the daughter of Salvatore BORG, married 26th July 1883, to William BRODIE, aged 31 years, widower, Publican, the son of William Brodie

Samuel HISCOCK, aged 38 years, bachelor, the son of John Hiscock, married 2nd September 1880, to Rosaria BORG, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Samuel Borg

Thomas HISKISSON, died 16th May 1833, arrived on the Brig Cordelia, from Corfu. Died in the Lazaretto, from inflammation of the brain

James HITCHING, 21+, bachelor, born Woolwich, Kent, the son of Samuel Hitching, married 30th July 1872, to Sarah Jane HAWKINS, minor, with parents consent, the daughter of Barter and Anne Hawkins

F.P HOARE, Auditor General, and Director of Contracts, May 1884

W. HOARE, Artificer in the Factory, October 1857

Joseph HOBBS, Smith, in HM Dockyard. Died in hospital 8th October 1815, aged 24 years

Sarah HOBBS, buried 27th April 1823

Mary HOBSON, married Calcedonio Bonavia

Frederick HOCKIN, 21+, bachelor, born in Phillack, Cornwall, Clerk in Holy Orders, the son of Peggy and the Reverend William Hockin, married 12th October 1853 to, Susan Ann PETTY, 21+, spinster, born in Preston, Lancashire the daughter of Thomas and Lucy Petty

Arthur Albert Jonathan HODGES, born 7th August 1867, the son of Elizabeth and Ralph Hodges

John HODGES, died 6th March 1876, aged 30 years, the only son of John and Ann Hodges, of Greenwich, London

Alexander HODGSON, buried 15th June 1897. First Assistant to Chief Engineer, HM Dockyard

Melita Ellen HODGSON, born 22nd January 1861, the daughter of Ellen and John Hodgson

P.S. HODGSON, died June 1895, the son of Sir Arthur Hodgson, a passenger on board the P & O Steamer Himalaya, anchored in Marsamuscetto Harbour, en route to Sydney, Australia. Went to his cabin and cut his throat

Richard HODGSON, died 28th April 1849, Mate, on board the brig Hercules, in passage from Cagliari to Galatz

Thomas Benjamin HOFLAND, aged 62 years, from Batavia, Isle of Java, buried 24th May 1858

William Robertson HOGG, aged 24 years, bachelor, Canteen Steward, married 4th November 1887, to Edith Emberline BERRIDGE, aged 22 years, spinster, Dressmaker

John HOGGAN, born 22nd November 1813, the son of James Hoggan and Bridget Moran

George HOILE, aged 22 years, seaman, buried 23rd January 1860

Mary Melita HOLDEN, born 22nd January 1821, the daughter of Mary and Richard Holden

Richard HOLDEN, Sailmaker, married 20th July 1816 to, Mary ADLINGTON, from Stepney, London

Edward HOLLAND, widower, of Dumbleton, Worcestershire, born Trieste, MP for Evesham, the son of Swinton Colthurst and Anne Willets Holland, married 21st January 1857 to Frances (Fanny) Maria HUNTER, widow, born Malta, the daughter of the late Samuel CHRISTIAN and his wife Susanne

F.J. HOLLAND, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1898

Mary HOLLAND, aged 55 years, buried 13th September 1854

Richard HOLLAND, aged 51 years, Master of the English schooner Rowena. Buried 31st July 1854

Richard HOLLAND, born in Malta about 1805, the husband of Ann Holland. Living in Westminster, London, with his wife in 1851

Susan HOLLAND, buried 13th July 1844, aged 25 years

Thomas HOLLAND, buried 21st April 1846, aged 39 years

Thomas HOLLAND, granted a licence to open a school 30th December 1870

William HOLLAND, born in Malta about 1806. Working as a Servant at 3 Charlotte Street, Westminster, London, in 1851

Jane HOLLOWAY, born in Malta about 1803. Working as a Servant in Stoke Newington, London, in 1851

Edward Valentine HOLME, his wife gave birth to a son 7th March 1870, in Naples

James Ramsbottom Rowlett HOLME, born 17th March 1829, the son of Thomas and Matilda Holme. In 1851 living in Wadsworth, Yorkshire

David HOLMES, born 9th September 1856, the son of Caroline and James Holmes

Emma HOLMES, born about 1820 in Malta. Married. Living in Kirkdale, Lancashire, in 1851

Frederica C.E. HOLMES, born in Malta about 1829. In 1851 living in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

James William HOLMES, the son of James Holmes, Purveyor to the Forces, aged 8 years 10 months, buried 1st November 1855

J. HOLMES, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1876. District Grand Secretary 1876

James HOLMES, aged 25 years, bachelor, Independent, the son of George Holmes, married 29th August 1899, to Annunziata PASINI, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Giovanni Pasini deceased

William HOLT, born in Malta about 1802. Living in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1851

Thomas Hammon HOLTON, acting Superintendent of the P.& O. Company, living at 41 Strada Mercanti, Valletta, 1852. Appointed Brazilian Vice-Consul in June 1851. Present at the first Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, held on 1st January 1849

Maria HOLVERSHAW, born in Malta about 1833. Married. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Herbert John HOOD, born 21st April 1868, the son of Thomas Blair and Mary Ann Smith Hood, nee ROBERTS

Robert HOOD, born 13th February 1867, the son of Thomas Blair and Mary Ann Hood, nee ROBERTS

Thomas Blair HOOD, 21+, bachelor, born Straiton, Ayr, Scotland, married 12th January 1847 to, Grace DUNSFORD, the widow of Joseph Dunsford

Thomas Blair HOOD, born 5th May 1869, the son of Thomas Blair and Mary Ann Hood, nee ROBERTS

William Blair HOOD, living at 254 Strada Reale, Valletta, electoral list 1852

E. HOOK, HM Dockyard Police, October 1857

Robert HOOPER, born in Malta about 1827. In 1851 living in Thames Ditton, Surrey

Charlotte HOPE, aged 24 years, buried 4th November 1853

Walter HOPE, 21+, bachelor, born in Poplar, London, Merchant, the son of Robert Valentine and Alice Hope, married 27th November 1869 to, Eliza Clara WERRY, 21+, spinster, born in Smyrna, the daughter of Francis Howe Stephen and Jeanette Werry

H. HOPKINS, about 22 years, from Birmingham, proceeding as a first class passenger on the P.&.O. vessel Kaiser-I-Hind, from Bombay to England, on 1st May 1880, committed suicide by blowing his brains out with a revolver. His body was buried at sea the following morning at 8 a.m.

John HOPKINS, 21+, bachelor, born in Wye, Kent, the son of Richard and Ann Hopkins, married 1st December 1853 to, Hannah POCOCK, 21+, spinster, born in Bembridge, Isle of Wight, the daughter of James and Mary Pocock

David Fidward HORN, born 12th October 1867, the son of Isabella Fidward and John Horn

Frances Elizabeth HORN, aged 35 years, buried 20th November 1835

George Henry HORN, granted a licence to open a school 4th March 1833

Anne Harriet HORNE, baptised 15th February 1862, the daughter of William and Charlotte Horne, Deputy Inspector of Hospitals

George HORNE, resident Malta, electoral list 1862.

John HORNE, died 18th August 1854, arrived on the Steamer Medway, from Woolwich via Gibraltar. Died in the Lazaretto from cholera. Engineer on the Medway. Aged 25 years

J. HORROCKS, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1898

Charles Henry HORSFALL, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1892. Second District Grand Principal 1898

William HORTON, seaman, aged 22 years, buried 18th November 1854

Maria Georgina M. HOSEASON, aged 23 years, buried 5th October 1858

Catherine HOSEGOOD, aged 27 years, widow, the daughter of John O'BRIEN, married 17th May 1880, to Frank KELLEWAY, aged 28 years, bachelor, Soldier, the son of Thomas Kelleway

Annie Jane HOSKEN, born 15th August 1865, the daughter of John and Fanny Frances Hosken, nee BAWDEN. Merchant in Valletta

Jessie Crockford HOSKEN, baptised 4th September 1870, the daughter of John and Fannie Hosken. Born 20th December 1867

Margaret Frances HOSKEN, baptised 1st October 1865, the daughter of John and Fanny Frances Hosken, nee BAWDEN

Mary Bawden HOSKEN, baptised 4th September 1870, the daughter of John and Fannie Hosken. Born 9th November 1869

Ernest Beringer HOSKIN, aged 29 years, bachelor, employee Eastern Telegraph Co., the son of John Hoskin deceased, married 19th December 1900 to, Mabel Geraldine STEIL, aged 30 years, spinster, the daughter of William Henry Steil deceased

Jessie Crockford HOSKIN, spinster, of Valletta, the daughter of John Hoskin, married 19th November 1895, to Robert GIBSON, aged 32 years, bachelor, Electrician, the son of John Gibson

John HOSKIN, died Saturday 15th November 1890 at his residence in Strada Forni, aged 62 years. He left a wife and several children. A prominent member of the Wesleyan community, he had been living in Malta for over 30 years

John HOSKINGS, buried 8th February 1822, infant

Sally HOSKINS, aged 35 years, the wife of William Hoskins, buried 22nd November 1832

William HOSKINS, granted a licence to open a school, 7th February 1828

William HOSKINS, Professor of English Literature at Malta University appointed 13th May 1828 and remained in the post until 1838

William HOSKINS, died 8th June 1866, aged 80 years, a pauper. Born in England

Theodore HOSTE, arrived on the Sloop Scout, from Constantinople. Died in the Lazaretto, from chest infection, 19th April 1835

Sir Edward Victor HOULTON, Chief Secretary to the Government, resident Malta, electoral list 1862 and 1864. Edward Victor Houlton, the youngest son of John Torriano Houlton, of Farley Castle, Somerset, Colonel of the First Somerset Militia, by Mary the daughter and sole heiress of Thomas Ellis, of Rolestone, Devon. He was born at Farley Castle in 1823, and educated at Oriel and St.John’s College, Oxford. He took his BA degree in 1845, and his MA in 1847. He was private secretary to Sir William Molesworth, the First Commissioner of Works and Colonial Secretary. He was appointed Chief Secretary to the Government of Malta on 20th September 1855, and arrived on the 16th October to take up this position. On 7th June 1860 he married Hyacinthe Harriette WELLESLEY, 21+, spinster, the only daughter of Eliza Jane and Richard Wellesley. He served under six Governors of Malta, Sir William Reid, Sir John Gaspard Le Marchant, Sir Henry Storks, Sir Patrick Grant, Sir Charles Van Straubenzee and Sir Arthur Borton

James Martin HOVES, born in Malta about 1801. Married. In 1851 living in Norwich with his wife Hannah

Frank HOUSWIN, living at 85 Strada Levante, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

Edward Braun HOWARD, born 12th May 1892, the son of William Henry and Louisa Wilder Howard, Chartered Accountant

Elizabeth HOWARD, aged 28 years, buried 12th August 1859

Frank R. HOWARD, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

J. HOWARD, granted a licence to open a school 21st July 1830

John HOWARD, 21+, bachelor, from Southwark, Surrey, married 1st December 1832, to Maria Amelia ARCIDIACONI, minor, from Catania, Sicily, with the consent of her parents, resident in Malta

John HOWARD, Professor at Malta University for English Literature and Composition, and Elocution, 1839 to 1858. The Governor suspended him from his duties at the University in 1858 since he was ‘Guilty of conduct both publickly scandalous and also affecting his private character in such a manner as to render him quite unworthy to retain the official position he holds under the Government’. With his agreement, his 14-year-old daughter lived with the Spanish Consul in the Victoria Hotel, Strada Reale, and the couple appeared at the theatre and in other public places, ‘on the same terms of intimacy as husband and wife or near relation’. The Casino della Borsa, a leading Maltese Club met to discuss Mr.Howard’s behaviour but he withdrew before they demanded his expulsion. He was living at 121 Strada Stretta, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Joseph HOWARD, living 114 Strada Reale, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

Mary A. HOWARD, born in Malta about 1825. Working as a Servant in Westminster, London, in 1851

William HOWARD, aged 31 years, Engineer, English Steamer Laconia, buried 7th July 1858

William Henry HOWARD, aged 25 years, bachelor, Accountant, the son of John Henry Howard, Banker, married 9th October 1880to Louisa Wilder ROWLINSON, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Frederick Oliver Rowlinson, Accountant

Charles HOWE, resident Malta, electoral list 1852 and 1862

Charles John HOWE, 21+, widower, born in Weymouth, Dorset, Police Constable, HM Dockyard, the son of William and Frances Howe, married 12th October 1863 to, Susan AYLES, 21+, widow, born in Yeovil, Somerset, the daughter of John and Jane BAKER

Reverend Richard Bontein HOWE, Chaplain to H.M.Dockyard, 1858 to 1862. Married to Louisa Caroline. Their daughter Louisa Helen Howe, born Barnsley, Yorkshire, married in Malta 15th February 1865 to John DUNWOODIE, Surgeon, HMS Euryalus

Louisa Caroline HOWE, died at Bighi 23rd November 1865, aged 47 years, the wife of the Reverend R.B. Howe, Chaplain to the Dockyard

Mary Ann HOWE, aged 39 years, buried 24th July 1850

Samuel Ewing HOWE, born 30th June 1845, the son of Mary Ann and Thomas Howe. He died 14th January 1854, aged 8 years, 6 months 13 days, the son of Thomas Howe, Confectioner in Valletta

Thomas HOWE, 21+, bachelor, born Long Sutton, Somerset, the son of Samuel and Rebecca Howe, married 15th October 1844 to, Mary Ann RADFORD, 21+, spinster, born Crediton, Devon, the daughter of Grace and Josiah Radford

Thomas HOWE, 21+, widower, born in Langport, Somerset, the son of Samuel and Rebecca Howe, married 12th September 1851 to, Eliza GIBBINGS, 21+, spinster, born Devon, the second daughter of Susan and William Gibbings

Thomas HOWE, Cook & Confectioner, from Baker Street, London, at 21 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847. On electoral list 1852

Charles Frederick HOWELL, granted a licence to open a school 18th April 1842

Charles James HOWELL, born 11th September 1842, the son of Ruth and Charles Frederick Howell. In 1851 living with his parents and family in Stockport, Cheshire

Elizabeth Ruth HOWELL, born 15th March 1846, the daughter of Ruth and Charles Frederick Howell. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Stockport, Cheshire

Frederick HOWELL, born 23rd February 1844, the son of Ruth and Charles Frederick Howell. In 1851 living with his parents and family in Stockport, Cheshire

Mr. HOWELL, Schoolmaster, at 9 Strada San Marco, Valletta, in 1847. At Mr. Howell’s Boarding and Day School the pupils were instructed in the English, French, Italian and Latin languages; Geography; History; the elements of Mathematics; Writing, etc. Lessons in the German Language, Drawing, Dancing and Music were given if required

Frederick HOWELL, born 23rd February 1844, the son of Ruth and Charles Frederick Howell

Henry HOWES, aged 28 years, seaman, English brig Cleopatra. Buried 3rd August 1850

David HOWIE, buried 24th July 1826, aged 59 years

Charles HOWS, arrived on the American Frigate Constitution, from Civita Vecchia. Died in the Lazaretto, from smallpox, 11th June 1837

George HUDSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Greenwich, Kent, the son of Lydia Mary and and George Sherwood Hudson, married 7th December 1858 to, Ann Isabella LEWIS, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the youngest daughter of Susannah and the late William Lewis

George Julius HUDSON, born 19th September 1859, the son of Anne Isabella and George Hudson

George Julius HUDSON, aged 8 years, buried 4th September 1867

Julius George Charles HUDSON, born 5th February 1868, the son of Ann Isabella and George Hudson

Samuel HUDSON, aged 25 years, buried 25th August 1868

Walter Henry HUDSON, born 23rd April 1861, the son of Ann Isabella and George Hudson

David HUGHES, aged 25 years, seaman, buried 1st August 1854

Ellen HUGHES, born in Malta about 1826. Married. In 1851 living in Fladbury, Worcestershire

George William HUGHES, aged 25 years, bachelor, Police Constable, the son of George and Phoebe Hughes, married 22nd October 1867 to, Elizabeth Willmott KING, aged 25 years, spinster, born in Middlesex

Hector R. HUGHES, born in Malta about 1845. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851Horatio Nelson HUGHES, aged 24 years, buried 31st December 1866

M.L. HUGHES, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1894. Deputy District Grand Master in 1895. Third District Grand Principal 1895. Second District Grand Principal 1896

Mary HUGHES, widow, from Sicily, married 5th July 1852 to, John GOLLIFER, Cook, Military Prison

Michael HUGHES, aged 16 years, seaman, buried 3rd December 1859

Vernon Hugh HUGHES, baptised 10th September 1890, the son of William and Ellen Witherington Hughes. Merchant, in Valletta

William HUGHES, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1889. Third District Grand Principal 1892

William Robert Fitzmaurice HUGHES, born April 1888, died 26th June 1889, aged 14 months, the only son of Ellen and William Hughes, Manager of H.&.G.Simmonds, of Strada Reale, Valletta

Alexander HULL, born in Malta about 1825. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Jonny HULL, buried 3rd December 1840, arrived on HM Asia, from Beirut. Dead on arrival. Buried in the Lazaretto

Reverend Thomas N. HULL, Methodist Minister arrived 1838 and stayed until 1841. Born 14th August 1806, the son of an Army officer, he spent his infancy in Egypt and childhood in Co.Down, Northern Ireland. After Malta he worked in Gibraltar and Australia, before returning in 1853 to Cornwall, England, for two years, then onwards to Ireland. He retired in 1867, and died on 6th December 1903, aged 98 years

E.D. HUME MD, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

William HUMFREY, died April 1862, Inspector of Hospitals. Buried in Ta Braxia cemetery

Ann HUMPHREY, born in Malta about 1812. Married. In 1851 living in Irchester, Northamptonshire

William HUMPHREYS, died 2nd May 1840, arrived on the Steamer Acheron, from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto, from the plague

Griffiths HUMPHRIES, Sawyer, worked in HM Dockyard, from December 1810 until his death on 15th November 1813, aged 39 years

Mary HUMPHRIES, 21+, widow, born Malta, the daughter of Charles and Caroline ELLUL, married 2nd October 1871, to William BANKS, 21+, bachelor, of Plymouth, the son of Thomas Banks, Private, 52nd Regiment

William Martin HUNNYBUN MA, born 20th August 1839. Professor of English Literature at Malta University 1880 to 1887

Albert Clement Owen Charles Edward HUNT, aged 21 years, Carpenter, the son of Henry Hunt, married 29th June 1886, to Carmela ATTARD, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of John Attard

Frederick HUNT, Manager with H.G Simmonds Ltd., married July 1902 to Mary C. IMBROLL, the daughter of C. Imbroll, at the Oratory of St. Dominic, Valletta

George HUNT, born in Malta about 1818. Living in St.Pancras, London, in 1851

Henry HUNT, born in Malta about 1848. Living in Bethnal Green, London, in 1851

John HUNT, 21+, bachelor, born in England, married 4th January 1877, to Rosina FARRUGIA, 21+, spinster, born Tripoli

Marianna HUNT, born in Malta about 1829. Married. Living in Bethnal Green, London, in 1851

William HUNT, widower, from St.Pancras, London, married 24th September 1846 to, Maria Anna Josepha Aloysia Antonia Rosalia Carmela BONAVIA, spinster, minor, the daughter of Dr.V. Bonavia and the late Giuseppa Bonavia

William HUNT, granted a licence to open a school 22nd August 1846

John Fisher HUNTEN, died 23rd April 1891, of Rye Lane, Peckham, London. Died at Malta on a voyage to Cairo, Egypt, aged 38 years

Amelia Jane HUNTER, died 20th February 1865, the widow of George Orby Hunter, at the residence of her brother Captain Hoseason R.N., aged 58 years. Born in England

Charles Frederic HUNTER, born 12th February 1887, the son of Thomas Charles and Alice Jane Hunter, Draughtsman, Admiralty

Herbert Percy HUNTER, born 9th December 1888, the son of Thomas Charles and Alice Jane Hunter, Draughtsman, Admiralty

James HUNTER, born in Malta about 1850. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

James HUNTER, buried 18th September 1841, on the English Brig John Gray. Dead on arrival, from typhus

Jameson HUNTER, married 10th October 1811, to Susanna ARBORIEN

Jameson HUNTER, died in London 18th September 1850, aged 71 years

John HUNTER, aged 36 years, buried 3rd December 1852

Margaret HUNTER, born in Malta about 1848. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Robert Arboin HUNTER, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, the only son of Jameson Hunter, married 20th January 1844 to, Frances (Fanny) Maria CHRISTIAN, spinster, minor, the third daughter of Susanne and Samuel Christian

Robert Arboin HUNTER, died 10th February 1845, aged 30 years, in London

R.A. HUNTER, agent for London Lloyd’s Insurance Co., and P.&.O. Company in 1847

Robert Edward HUNTER, born 5th November 1844, the son of Frances Maria and Robert Arboin Hunter

Robert Edward HUNTER, buried 20th November 1850, aged 6 years, 13 days

William HUNTER, seaman, on the English schooner Rowena, aged 19 years, buried 15th January 1853

Richard HUNTIN, living at 73 Strada San Lorenzo, Vittoriosa, 1852

William HURST, aged 23 years, seaman, buried 14th April 1856

HURTER’s Lodging House at 55 Strada Zecca, Valletta, in 1847

John Christopher HURTER, living at 55 Strada Zecca, Valletta, electoral list 1852

John HURTER, aged 81 years, buried 17th October 1857

Thomas H. HURTER, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Selina HUTCHESON, born in Malta about 1814. Married. In 1851 living in Basford, Nottinghamshire

G. HUTCHINSON, resident in Malta, October 1857

Thomas HUTCHINSON, seaman, aged 48 years, buried 10th November 1854

Anthony HUTTON died 27th April 1898. Memorial tablet in Holy Trinity Church, Sliema

Frances HUTTON, born in Malta about 1820. Living in Croydon, Surrey, in 1851

Henry HUTTON, aged 19 years, buried 30th September 1837

Sarah Eliza Lindsay HUTTON, died 10th October 1849 at her residence in Floriana, aged 62 years, after a serious illness. The widow of John Hutton, of Acomb, Yorkshire, late Captain, 88th Regiment

Sarah Jane HUTTON, aged 26 years, buried 22nd August 1838

Emily HYDE, born in Malta about 1830. Living in Upton cum Chalvey, Buckinghamshire, in 1851

Emma Maria HYDE, born 26th December 1844, the daughter of Emma and George Hyde

George John HYDE, buried 20th July 1845, aged 35 years

Dr.Francesco HYZLER, died 10th October 1842, aged 47 years, at his residence in Valletta. Had spent a long career at the Malta Bar. He left a widow and family

Vincenza HYZLER, the widow of G. Hyzler, and daughter of Emmanuele and Giuseppa FARRUGIA, married 17th February 1844 to, Paul Roberts BENNETT, 21+, bachelor, born Tollard Royal, Wiltshire, the seventh son of Mr.Bennett, Norrington Farm, Wiltshire

Denzil IBBETSON, Deputy Commissary General in 1847

Eliza Maria Boddam IBBOTSON, buried 23rd February 1843, aged 21 years

Henry IGGINGS, died April 1855, a cook on P.&.O. Steamer Vectis. He was

chloroformed whilst a finger which had gone gangrene was amputated, but he died due to the effects of the chloroform

George ILIFF, granted a licence to open a school 1st April 1846

George ILIFF, Schoolmaster, Government Primary School, Curmi, in 1851. Living at 73 Strada Bottanico, Floriana, on electoral list 1852. Schoolmaster Floriana Primary School, 1865

George ILIFF, living at 21 Molo Marina, Sliema, 1895 Voters list

Richard ILIFF, born 20th January 1852. Commenced as an unpaid assistant in the Judicial Police 29th August 1867. In November 1869 became Clerk No.3. in the Courts of Gozo, being promoted five weeks later to Clerk No.2. On 12th February 1870 returned to Malta as Clerk No.7. at the Monti di Pieta. By December 1878 he had progressed to Clerk No.3., but left in November 1881 to join the Courts of Judicial Police as 4th Class Clerk

William Henry ILIFF, died 19th January 1898, at Birchicara, aged 86 years. He was the son of the late Surgeon William Iliff, Army Medical Department

William Tiffin ILIFF, buried 15th October 1830, aged 51 years, Apothecary to the Forces

William Henry ILIFF, living at 143D Strada Vescovo, Valletta, 1852

Michael ILLIANA, born 18th September 1869 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Anne IMBERT, aged 54 years, buried 1st July 1835

Joseph Emanuel IMBERT, 21+, widower, from Toulon, France, married 23rd May 1836, to Martha DEIGHTON, the widow of George Deighton, late HM Naval Yard Malta

Martha IMBERT, buried 10th May 1858, aged 68 years. Born in Sussex

Antonio IMBROLL, Draper, at 40 Strada San Giovanni, Valletta, in 1847

Edward IMBROLL, Upholsterer, at 122 Strada Teatro, Valletta, in 1847

Emmanuele IMBROLL, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Michele IMBROLL, Broker, at 9 Strada San Giovanni, Valletta, in 1847. On electoral list 1849

Janet IMRIE, born 24th August 1861, the daughter of David and Grace Imrie, nee BRODIE. Born at Palermo

Elizabeth INCE, 21+, spinster, from Gibraltar, married 18th April 1829, to Thomas NASH, 21+, bachelor, from Stansted Mountfitchett, Essex

Mary Ann INCE, born in Malta about 1812. Married. Living in Runcorn, Cheshire, in 1851

Joshua INGHAM, died 22nd April 1846 at Marsala, Sicily

Margaret INGHAM, born in Malta about 1801. Living in Blackburn, Lancashire, in 1851

Sarah INGHAM, born in Malta about 1839. Living in Bedford in 1851

David Kerr INGLIS, aged 38 years, widower, from Kirkaldy, Fife, Master of the Merchant Brig Briton, married 11th September 1823, to Mary Ann Ellis COX, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Ann and John Cox, from Poole, Dorset

John Andrew George INGLIS, born 9th December 1826, the son of Mary Anne Elizabeth Ellice and David Kerr Inglis

Antonio F. INGLOTT, living at 85 Strada San Tomaso, Floriana, 1852

Don Giovanni INGLOTT, living at 1 Piazza San Margarita, Cospicua, 1852

Ferdinand Vincent INGLOTT, born Senglea 20th November 1820, the son of Giuseppe Inglott, and Modesta Inglott, nee EBEJER. He occupied several posts in Dockyard administration in early 1850’s. Living at 157 Strada Mercanti, Valletta, 1852. In 1855 he joined the Ports Department of the Civil Service. On 1st January 1859 appointed Comptroller of Charitable Institutions. Married Catherine BONAVIA. From 10th February 1870 until 11th April 1885 was Collector of Customs. Appointed Postmaster General on 1st January 1886. Retired in 1892. Died at his home 79 Strada It Torri, Sliema on 25th October 1893

Francesco INGLOTT Inglott, living at 3 Strada Piazetta, Vittoriosa, electoral list 1852

Giuseppe INGLOTT, living at 18 Strada Oratorio, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Dr. Paolo INGLOTT, living at 18 Strada Oratorio, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

J. INGRAM, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1874

Edward Selby INNES, born 8th September 1844, the son of Barbara and Henry Innes

Henry INNES, 1st Clerk to the Superintendant, Naval Victualling Yard, Vittoriosa in 1847. Living at Nuovo Fabbrica, Senglea, electoral list 1852. Royal Dockyard Artillery Battalion, Captain Henry Innes with Dockyard Company in 1856

Henry Mortimer INNES, buried 10th February 1855, aged 18 years

Lieutenant J.H. INNES, Royal Dockyard Artillery Battalion, with Dockyard Company in 1856

William INNES, aged 40 years, buried 5th July 1837

William Arthur INSKIP, born 6th July 1899, the son of William Hurst Inskip and Harriett Bennett, in Valletta

James INTROINO, died 18th February 1826. He was one of the oldest residents having arrived with the first expedition for the reduction of Valletta when it was in the possession of the French. Danish Consul in Malta. Accountant and Paymaster. Had served with a foreign corps in Minorca, and on retiring to Malta was recruited by Captain Alexander Ball for a Government post

Reverend Robert IRVINE, died 28th February 1848, aged 48 years. MA 1842, Magdalen Hall, Oxford University. Late Minister of St.John's Church, Waterloo Road, Lambeth, Surrey

Dr. William IRVINE, died 23rd May 1811, aged 35 years, of fever, physician to HM Forces

Agnes Henrietta Susan IRVING, nee SAMMUT, aged 38 years, widow, the daughter of Joseph Sammut MD, Physician, married 5th December 1894, to Thomas Carlyle SKINNER, aged 29 years, bachelor, Captain, Royal Engineers, the son of James Aitchison Skinner, Landed Proprietor

Henry IRWIN, 21+, bachelor, born in Ireland, the son of Betty T. and Henry Irwin, married 6th July 1844 to, Jane HOBBS, 21+, spinster, of Poundstock, Cornwall, the daughter of Elizabeth and John Hobbs

Abraham ISAAC, baptised 10th October 1858, late officer in Turkish Service, Constantinople

Charlotte ISAAC, born in Malta about 1809. The wife of John Isaac. Living with her husband in Worcester in 1851

John ISRAEL, Sailmaker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

J. ISRAEL, lived at 54 St.Christopher Street, Valletta in 1814

Salvatore ITTAR, Engraver, at 283 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847

Elizabeth IVES, aged 36 years, buried 20th July 1861

Clement Dunsford IVEY, born 16th February 1842, the son of Mary Ann and Henry Ivey. In 1851 living in Plymouth

Henry Jonathan Lane IVEY, born 8th February 1844, the son of Mary Ann and Henry Ivey. In 1851 living in Plymouth

Henry IVEY, granted a licence to open a school 3rd November 1843

Gaetano IZZO, Senior Clerk at the Post Office Department appointed Deputy Postmaster General, November 1899

Reverend JACKSON, assistant Chaplain, 1880

D. JACKSON, HM Dockyard Police, October 1857

Daniel William JACKSON, aged 36 years, bachelor, Engineer, the son of Daniel Jackson, Chemist, married 29th October 1890 to, Elizabeth Ann RYALL, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of Oliver Ryall, Policeman

Dorothy JACKSON, born about 1839 in Malta. Living in Hedon, Yorkshire, in 1851

George Lord JACKSON, born 26th January 1849, the son of Mary Emily and Henry Lord Jackson

George Thomas JACKSON, President of the Bank of Malta 1812

Henry Lord JACKSON, born 13th December 1824, in Vauxhall, Surrey, the son of George John and Margaret Jackson. Married 10th May 1848 to Mary Emily CORLETT, the second daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett. Merchant, at 316 Strada San Paolo, Valletta, in 1847. Present at the first Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, held on 1st January 1849. A Director of the Anglo-Maltese Bank in 1849. In 1851, he erected a large four-storey building, the Malta Steam Flour Mill, at Marsa. Living 217 Strada San Paolo, Valletta, 1895 Voters list. He died 24th March 1906

Henry William JACKSON, born 30th March 1865, the son of Mary Emily and Henry Lord Jackson. Died 12th January 1902

Hugh Albert Thomas JACKSON, born 18th October 1899, the son of Lucy Eveline and Henry William Jackson

Hugh Corlett JACKSON, born 29th October 1875, the son of George Lord and Jane Josephine Emma Jackson

Hugh Corlett JACKSON, died 31st August 1877, the son of Janie and George Lord Jackson, aged 1 year 10 months

J. JACKSON, Proctor of the Vice Admiralty Court in 1811

Jane Emily JACKSON, born 17th August 1867, the daughter of Mary Emily and Henry Lord Jackson

Jane Emily JACKSON, aged 25 years, spinster, of Valletta, the daughter of Henry Lord Jackson, Merchant, married 28th September 1892, to William Marcus Charles Beresford WHYTE, aged 29 years, bachelor, Assistant Paymaster, Royal Navy, the son of William Thomas Whyte, Gentleman

Jane Josephine JACKSON, aged 43 years, widow, the daughter of Simon ROSE, Merchant, married 8th August 1894, to Thomas MITCHELL, aged 51 years, widower, Fleet Paymaster, Royal Navy, HMS Nile, the son of William Mitchell, Commander, R.N.

John JACKSON, aged 25 years, buried 20th June 1856

John JACKSON, aged 22 years, seaman, buried 8th September 1865

Louisa JACKSON, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of Daniel Jackson, Policeman, married 21st January 1880, to James Paul GRIFFITHS, aged 30 years, bachelor, Draughtsman, HM Dockyard, the son of James Paul Griffiths, Inspector of Police

Margaret Arabella JACKSON, born 14th August 1850, the daughter of Mary Emily and Henry Lord Jackson

Mary JACKSON, born 20th September 1852, the daughter of Mary Emily and Henry Lord Jackson

Mary JACKSON, buried 20th August 1853, aged 11 months

Mary Emily JACKSON, nee CORLETT. Born in Malta, 14th August 1825, the second daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett, married 10th May 1848 to Henry Lord JACKSON. Died 1st June 1899

Peter JACKSON, aged 34 years, seaman, buried 14th January 1864

Richard JACKSON, born about 1813 in Malta. Living in Durham in 1851

Richard Leudon JACKSON, aged 19 years, buried 8th February 1855

Rose Emily JACKSON, born 6th July 1874, the daughter of George Lord and Jane Josephine Jackson

Rose Emily JACKSON, died 24th April 1877, the daughter of Janie and George Lord Jackson, aged 2 years 10 months

Thomas JACKSON, born 20th September 1859, the son of Mary Emily and Henry Lord Jackson

William JACKSON, seaman, aged 39 years, buried 20th October 1854

Edward JACOB, Queen’s Counsel, aged 44 years, buried 16th December 1841

Mary JACOBS, aged 30 years, widow, the daughter of Antonio PUGLIESE, married 15th April 1883, to Adolphus Henry HOWARD, aged 29 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of George William Howard

Claus JACOBSON, aged 33 years, buried 16th June 1856

Knud JACOBSON, aged 28 years, seaman, buried 12th January 1856

Thomas JACQUES, buried 1st January 1828, aged 21 years

Andrew JAMES, mariner, buried 15th May 1847

Isaac JAMES, Assistant Staff Surgeon, buried 28th July 1825

J.F. JAMES, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1885

John Charles Andrew JAMES, born 26th October 1890, the son of Elizabeth Harriet and John Frederick James, Shipwright, of Senglea

John Frederick JAMES, aged 31 years, bachelor, Shipwright, the son of Thomas James, married 23rd November 1886, to Elizabeth Harriet ANDOW, aged 28 years, the daughter of William Isaac Andow

John Henry JAMES, aged 41 years, widower, Fitter, HM Dockyard, married 26th April 1899 to, Isabella WATTERS, aged 32 years, spinster

Margaret Annie Isabel JAMES, born 11th April 1889, the daughter of Elizabeth Harriet and John Frederick James, Shipwright, of Senglea

Margaret L. JAMES, born about 1831 in Malta. Living in Alverstoke, Hampshire, in 1851

John JANE, born in Malta about 1824. Living in Hulme, Lancashire, in 1851

Paul Charles Albert JANSSEN, born 21st September 1848, the son of Frederica and Charles Janssen. Both parents from Stettin, Prussia

Samuel JARRATT, buried 4th January 1830, aged 20 years, the youngest son of the Reverend Robert Jarratt, Vicar of Wellington, Somerset

E.J. JARVIS, Assessor to the Government, lived at 117/120 Strada Domenico, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by H.M.Secretary of State for the Colonies, in 1825

Mrs JARVIS, the wife of E.J. Jarvis, gave birth to a son 20th May 1827

Henry Fitzgerald JARVIS, born 20th May 1825, the son of Anna Maria and Edward James Jarvis

William George Townshend JARVIS, born 20th May 1827, the son of Edward James and Anna Maria Jarvis

John J. JEANS, HBM Vice Consul at Catania, and the youngest son of the late Thomas Jeans of Bath, married 12th November 1868, at the British Consulate in Messina to, Elizabeth THOVES, the eldest daughter of William Thoves of Bronte

John J. JEANS, his wife gave birth to a daughter 24th October 1869 at Catania, HBM Vice Consul

Frederick James JEBOULT, born in Exeter, Devon, in 1853. the son of Louisa and Henry Jeboult. His father was a China & Glass Merchant, and he followed the same career. Buried 29th November 1882, aged 29 years,

Edward JEFFERSON, Clerk to the Charitable Institutions Committee in 1847. Living at 12 Strada Tramontana, Valletta, 1852

Edward JEFFERSON, died 4th December 1853, aged 62 years

Christopher JEFFERY, 21+, bachelor, born in Cornwall, Tailor, the son of Elizabeth and Samuel Jeffery, married 2nd March 1864 to, Carolina FALZON, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Gaetano and Rosaria Falzon

Samuel JEFFREY, born about 1848 in Malta. Living in Woolwich in 1851

Wilhelmina Adelaide JEFFREY, died 2nd April 1871, aged 16 days, the daughter of A.Craig and Adelaide Jeffrey. Bled to death

Caroline JEFFRIES, aged 22 years, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of Gaeto and Lucy FALZON, married 14th February 1870 to, Robert BOND, aged 28 years, widower, born in Easley, Norfolk, Corporal, 52nd Regiment, the son of Robert and Fanny Bond

John JEMISON, 21+, bachelor, born in Hull, Engineer, the son of Augustus and Mary Jemison, married 7th April 1863 to, Mary COLLAFORD, 21+, widow, born in Messina, Sicily, the daughter of Salvatore and Rosaria DELIA

Amy Annie JENKIN, born 28th August 1895, the daughter of Thomas and Ellen Jenkin, Dentist

Charles Martin JENKIN, born 22nd November 1892, the son of Thomas and Ellen Jenkin, Dentist, of Valletta

Edith JENKIN, born 13th October 1889, the daughter of Thomas and Ellen Jenkin, Dentist

Elizabeth JENKIN, born 6th June 1884, the daughter of Thomas and Ellen

Elizabeth Jenkin, Dentist, of 32 Strada Reale, Valletta

Ellen Elizabeth JENKIN, born 19th July 1880, the daughter of Thomas and Ellen Elizabeth Jenkin, Dentist, in Valletta

Richard JENKIN, born 5th February 1882, the son of Thomas and Ellen Elizabeth Jenkin, Dentist, 32 Strada Reale, Valletta

Thomas JENKIN, 21+, bachelor, from Truro, Cornwall, Dentist, the son of Elizabeth and Thomas Martin Jenkin, married 2nd May 1871, to Amelia Elizabeth NIBBS, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Annie and John James Nibbs

Elizabeth JENKIN, born 6th June 1884, the daughter of Ellen Elizabeth and Thomas Jenkin, Dentist, of 32 Strada Reale, Valletta. Died 15th December 1885, aged 18 months

Thomas JENKIN, 21+, widower, Dentist, of Truro, Cornwall, married 7th December 1878, to Ellen Elizabeth WESTRUP, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Richard Westrup

Thomas JENKIN, living 32 Strada Reale, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

Thomas George JENKIN, born 26th August 1872, the son of Amelia Elizabeth and Thomas Jenkin

Victoria JENKIN, baptised 11th July 1887, the daughter of Thomas and Ellen Jenkin, Dentist

Violet Eva JENKIN, born 12th October 1899, the daughter of Thomas George and Marion Eva Jenkin, Dental Surgeon

James JENKINS, seaman, aged 24 years, buried 8th July 1855

Reverend John JENKINS, Methodist Minister, arrived 1842, and departed after farewell sermon 12th February 1844

Mary JENKINS, buried 20th September 1853, aged 20 years

Rhoda JENKINS, born 1860. In 1881 she was living in York, unmarried, profession teacher

Mary Anne JENKINSON, minor, with parents consent, born Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Jenkinson, married 10th February 1874, to George TREMILLS, 21+, bachelor, Signalman, HMS Hart, of Plymouth, the son of Nathaniel and Mary Anne Tremills

Jane JENNINGS, buried 19th June 1833

Jane JENNINGS, married 17th May 1894, aged 21 years, spinster, to Peter GIBSON, aged 28 years, bachelor, Engine Fitter

George JEROME, Sailmaker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Stephen H. JEROME, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1844, 1845, 1851. Master of The Zetland Lodge 1855

Stephen H. JEROME, aged 56 years, buried 7th November 1858

William JEVONS, Lodging House Keeper, died 6th December 1866, aged 53 years. Born in England, his widow Mary was from Northern Ireland

Carl JOHANSEN, buried 16th March 1855, seaman

Anthony JOHN, born about 1764 in Malta. Living in Kingsbridge, Devon, in 1851

James JOHN, resident in Malta 1837

William JOHN, aged 30 years, seaman, buried 4th February 1862

Henry JOHNS, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Ann JOHNSON, born in Malta about 1815. Married. In 1851 living in Macclesfield

Ann JOHNSON, born in Malta about 1806. Living in Toxteth, Lancashire, in 1851

Carmena JOHNSON, born in Malta about 1826. Married. Living in Clifton, Gloucestershire, in 1851

Caroline JOHNSON, aged 20 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of William and Paula Johnson, married 28th March 1867 to, Henry RADFORD, aged 27 years, bachelor, born in Colchester, Essex, QM, HMS Enterprise, the son of Martin and Emma Radford

Charles JOHNSON, arrived on the American Brig Powhatan, from Palermo. Died 20th June 1837, in the Lazaretto, from cholera

Charles JOHNSON, died 25th May 1863 in Sliema, after a severe illness

Eliza Matilda P. JOHNSON, aged 29th years, buried 11th December 1861

Ethel Georgina Mary Spencer JOHNSON, born 2nd May 1867, the daughter of Henrietta Jane and Valentine Fowlar Johnson

Captain Henry JOHNSON, died 24th January 1870 at Alexandria, aged 88 years. Agent in Egypt for the Government of India

Herman JOHNSON, aged 22 years, buried 8th September 1856

Nicol Draper JOHNSON, born 17th August 1869, the son of Jane and Charles Gray Johnson

Thomas Burne JOHNSON, aged 45 years, Master of the English Barque Cornelia, of Sunderland, buried 9th May 1866

W.P. JOHNSON A.R.C.o.S., A.M.I.C.E., in partnership with T. Downs established the Phoenix Engineering business, located in Casal Curmi, Marsa, in 1852. The firm grew to be the largest privately owned engineering company in Malta

Charles JOHNSTON, aged 36 years, widower, from Aberdeen, Broker, married 6th February 1821, to Jane WILSON, aged 21 years, spinster, of Fort George, Scotland

Charles JOHNSTON, buried 26th May 1863, aged 83 years

Mrs Jane JOHNSTON, died at Sliema Sunday 15th March 1863, aged 63 years, the wife of Charles Johnston, leaving a husband and niece

C. JOHNSTON & Company, General Warehouse, at 111 Strada San Giovanni,Valletta, in 1849

Will JOHNSTON, arrived on HM Revenge, from Beirut. Dead on arrival, from typhus. Buried 27th July 1841

Frances C. JOHNSTONE, born in Malta abut 1829. Living in Marylebone, London, in 1851

Mary Ann JOINTER, born in Malta about 1816. In 1851 living in Clapham, Surrey

W.H. JOLIFFE, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1876

William JOLLY, aged 27 years, bachelor, of Mevagissey, Master of MV Lauderdale, married 10th February 1820, to Elizabeth SMITH, aged 27 years, spinster, of Mevagissey, resident Malta

Lieutenant JONES, Royal Dockyard Artillery Battalion, with Factory Company in 1856

Ada F.S. JONES, born in Malta about 1858. In 1881 she was living with her widowed father Harrington R. Jones, in Stoke Deveral, Devon. He was a Paymaster, Royal Navy

Alexander JONES, aged 25 years, of the English Steamer Scamandre, buried 17th July 1855

Amy A. JONES, the daughter of Mary and William Jones, born in Malta about 1873. Living with her parents and family in Batheaston, Somerset, in 1881

Ann E. JONES, born in Malta about 1847, living with her husband Jesse and family in Battersea, London, in 1881

Anna JONES, born in Malta about 1875. Living with Ann and Thomas Lewis, in Farnborough, Hampshire, in 1881

Anne JONES, born in Malta about 1853. Living with her husband William in Bedminster, Bristol, in 1881

Caroline JONES, born in Malta about 1851. Widow, a Prisoner in Portsea Prison, Hampshire, in 1881

Charles E. JONES, born in Malta about 1856. Living with his wife Elizabeth and their daughter in Hackney, London, in 1881

Clara JONES, born in Malta about 1858. Living with her husband John and family in Birkenhead, Cheshire, in 1881

David JONES, died 11th May 1871, in Central Hospital, Floriana. 2nd Mate on the Steamer Alonzo, he was landed from the ship on the 5th

Edward JONES, born in Malta about 1854. Seaman, lodging in London in 1881

Elenora JONES, the daughter of Ellen and Henry A. Jones, born in Malta about 1872. Living with her parents and family in Alverstoke, Hampshire, in 1881

Elizabeth JONES, born in Malta about 1842. A widow living with her children in Leyton, Essex, in 1881

Elizabeth JONES, born in Malta about 1851. Dressmaker, deserted by her husband, living in Camberwell, London, with her children in 1881

Elizabeth JONES, born 23rd May 1835, the daughter of Mary and James Jones

Elizabeth JONES, aged 4 years, buried 27th July 1839

Frederick JONES, aged 25 years, bachelor, born in Greenwich, Kent, Engine Fitter, the son of Sarah and Richard John Jones, married 15th June 1867 to, Eliza Rebecca ARCHER, aged 18 years, spinster, born in Chatham, Kent, the daughter of James and Sarah Archer

Francis JONES, the son of Ellen and Henry A. Jones, born in Malta about 1875. Living with his parents and family in Alverstoke, Hampshire, in 1881

George JONES, born 10th March 1826, the son of John and Sarah Jones

Harriet JONES, born 19th October 1831, the daughter of James and Mary Jane Jones

Harriet JONES, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of James and Mary Jones, married 16th October 1852 to, Joseph CHURCHER, 21+, bachelor, born in Wickham, Hampshire, Engineer, HMS Caradoc, the son of Eli and Mary Churcher

Henry JONES, born 28th July 1833, the son of Mary and James Jones

Henry JONES, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

J. JONES, Foreman of Engineers, Naval Dockyard in 1856

J. JONES, Engineer, Naval Bakery Vittoriosa, in 1856

James JONES, 21+, bachelor, from Deptford, Kent, married 22nd February 1829, to Mary Ann ROWLSTONE, 21+, from Greenwich, Kent

James JONES, widower, of Deptford, Kent, resident Malta, married 18th November 1840 to, Isabella FERRIER, 21+, spinster, from Edinburgh

James JONES, buried 15th July 1825, aged 64 years

James JONES, living at 4 Strada San Giuseppe, Senglea, electoral list 1852

James JONES, Freemason, one of the petitioners for the establishment of The Union of Malta Lodge in 1831

James JONES, aged 20 years, seaman, buried 4th January 1856

Jane Elizabeth JONES, born 6th December 1829, the daughter of James and Mary Jones, Smith in the Naval Arsenal

Jane Elizabeth JONES, infant daughter of James Jones, Naval Arsenal, buried 17th July 1831

Jane JONES, died 13th May 1874, aged 77 years, the widow of Samuel Jones, of East Dulwich, London

Jeremy JONES, Storekeeper, Civil Establishment, Naval Dockyard in 1856. Living at 158 Strada Zecca, Valletta, electoral list 1852

John JONES, aged 26 years, bachelor, from Newtown, Montgomeryshire, resident in Malta, married 4th January 1824, to Sarah DRAKE, aged 26 years, from Cork, the widow of Private James Drake, 85th Regiment

John JONES, living at 38 Strada Porto Salvo, Senglea, electoral list 1852

John JONES, buried 8th May 1853, aged 21 years

John JONES, aged 35 years, Captain, Merchant Navy, buried 13th February 1866

John Richard JONES, living at 11 Strada San Filippo, Vittoriosa, 1852

Margaret JONES, born in Malta about 1840. Living with her husband Thomas and family in Openshaw, Lancashire, in 1881

Margaret JONES, born in Malta about 1840. A widow, living with her children in Toxteth, Lancashire, in 1881

Martha JONES, born in Malta about 1836. Married, living with her parents Mary and Thomas Heaton and family, in Bolton, Lancashire, in 1881

Mary JONES, aged 37 years, the wife of James Jones, buried 25th July 1837

Mary Anne JONES, born 21st September 1824, the daughter of John and Sarah Jones

Mary Anne JONES, buried 24th September 1825, aged 1 year

Owen JONES, married 20th July 1816 to, Bridget McANNING

Owen JONES, buried 31st January 1821, Publican

Quarizin JONES, born in Malta about 1854. The wife of William Jones, a Blacksmith, living in Swansea, Wales, with her family in 1881

Richard JONES, born in Malta, the son of Quarizin and William Jones. Living with his parents and family in Swansea, Wales, in 1881

Thomas JONES, born in Malta about 1827. In 1851 living in Liverpool

Thomas JONES, Launch Keeper, working in HM Dockyard January 1809

Thomas JONES, aged 26 years, seaman, buried 22nd January 1856

Thomas Benjamin JONES, born 21st Februry 1852, the son of Emma and Robert Jones

Walter Parke JONES, born 7th March 1844, the son of Louisa and William Lowten Jones

William H. JONES, buried 20th September 1853, aged 1 month

William Henry JONES, born 22nd April 1854, the son of Emma and Robert Jones

Abraham JORDAN, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Catherine JORDAN, born in Malta about 1815. Living in Clerkenwell, London, in 1851

Elizabeth Ann JORDAN, aged 3 years 6 months, buried 26th November 1867

Fanny JORDAN, died 31st July 1850 from cholera, aged 30 years, leaving a husband and four children

Fanny Eliza JORDAN, born 6th March 1846, the daughter of Fanny and Abraham Jordan

Fanny Elizabeth JORDAN, buried 18th October 1848, aged 2 years

Mary JORDAN, born in Malta about 1813. Living in Clerkenwell, London, in 1851

Allan Ferguson Compton JOSEPH, aged 29 years, bachelor, Civil Engineer, the son of Ferguson Joseph, married 26th September 1885, to Emily Maud MORRISON, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of George Carter Morrison

Charlotte Emily JOWETT, born 5th January 1827, the daughter of Martha and the Reverend William Jowett

Eliza Caroline JOWETT, born 22nd June 1822, the daughter of Martha and the Reverend William Jowett

John Whiting JOWETT, born 2nd January 1825, the son of Martha and the Reverend William Jowett

William Banks JOWETT, born 14th August 1820, the son of Martha and the Reverend William Jowett, M.A. of St.John's College Cambridge

Charles Tibaldi JOYCE, born 25th June 1834, the son of Caroline and Charle Joyce

Mary V. JUDD, born in Malta about 1801. Married. Living in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, in 1851

A.J. JUDSON, Assistant Master, Collegiate School at 107 Strada Britannica in November 1888

Charles JULIOUS, Manufacturer of Ginger Beer and Mineral Water, at 70 Strada Zecca, Valletta in 1889

Peter G. JULYAN, Assistant Commissary General, Commissariat Department in 1851. Living at 14 Strada Stretta, Valletta, on electoral list 1852

Peter JUNGMAN, aged 29 years, Master, buried 25th September 1868

John JUPE, buried 24th August 1854, aged 45 years

John James KAHLE, aged 46 years, buried 14th July 1860

George KAIRNS, of the Meteor, died 15th February 1834. The vessel off loaded 180 barrels of gunpowder on 13th February, then docked in the harbour. As the balance of the cargo was being unloaded the vessel exploded, and he was killed. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

Dr. Robert KALLEY, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Mr. KALOMERES, from Athens, Greek teacher at Malta Protestant College, September 1856

Amelia Frances KAMMERER, born 20th April 1848, the son of Susannah and Jules George Kammerer

Emilie KAMMERER, born in Malta about 1849. Living in St.Martin in the Fields, London, in 1851

J. KAMMERER, aged 18 years, Prussian seaman, buried 21st December 1866

Jules George KAMMERER, 21+, bachelor, from Vallencon, Canton de Vaud, Switzerland, the son of Jacob and Jeanne Francoise Kammerer, married 14th November 1847 to, Susannah MURDOCH, 21+, spinster, born St.George’s, Hannover Square, London, the daughter of John and Mary Ann Murdoch

Joseph Henry KEANE, living at 26 Strada dei Quartiere, Vittoriosa, 1852

Charles William KEATING, buried 13th March 1854, aged 34 years

Reverend John KEELING, Methodist Minister arrived with his wife in August 1824 and stayed nine years. Born at Hanley, Staffordshire in 1785, commenced his ministry in 1808. Leaving Malta at the end of 1832, he worked many years in England. Died 15th January 1857, aged 72 years

J. KEELING, granted a licence to open a school 21st March 1831

Thomas KEELING, present at the first Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, held on 1st January 1849

Robert W.M. KEEN, buried 24th May 1853, aged 9 weeks

Mary KEENAN, granted a licence to open a school 16th October 1873

Lucy Elizabeth KELK, born 19th February 1861, the daughter of Elizabeth Anne Alice and the Reverend Arthur Hastings Kelk

Arthur Hill KELLY, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Henry KELLY, aged 27 years, seaman, buried 28th November 1868

James KELLY, born in Malta about 1841. Living in a Boy’s Institution in Chelsea, London, in 1851

Lucy Emily KELLY, aged 18 years 7 months, spinster, the daughter of Lewis Kelly deceased, married 28th October 1899, to Charles Edwin LOGAN, aged 30 years, bachelor, the son of William Logan deceased

Patrick Edward KELLY, 21+, bachelor, born in Kingstown, Dublin, the son of John and Elizabeth Kelly, married 3rd November 1868 to, Martha Josephine BARKWAY, 21+, spinster, born in Brandon, Suffolk, the daughter of Charles and Harriet Barkway

William Frederick KELLY, aged 29 years, bachelor, the son of Lewis Kelly, Chief Warder Military Prison, married 15th September 1900, to Jane Stewart MACFARLANE, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of James Macfarlane

Emma Emily KEMP, aged 29 years, spinster, married 9th September 1893, to Michael Arthur CLEAR, aged 23 years, bachelor, Royal West Surrey Regiment

John KEMP, aged 35 years, bachelor, from Edinburgh, the son of John Kemp, married 22nd April 1864, to Caterina CAZANI, aged 30 years, the daughter of Demetio Cazani of Naples, in the Greek Orthodox Chapel, Valletta. Witnesses: Giovanni Augusto Jennyson and his wife Maria Giuseppa Jennyson. (Married 4th May 1864, John KEMP, 21+, bachelor, from Edinburgh, to Caterina CARGIANI, widow of Naples, in the Scots Church, Valletta)

Susanna KEMP, born in Malta about 1819. Married. In 1851 living in Danbury, Essex

Emily KENKNIGHT, aged 28 years, spinster, married 19th April 1900, to William Robert COCKRAM, aged 26 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Engineers

Edith KENNEDY, aged 54 years, buried 20th October 1868

Patrick Maclean KENNEDY, resident Malta, electoral list 1854

Thomas KENNEDY, 21+, bachelor, born in Edinburgh, married 7th November 1848 to, Esther VICARY, 21+, spinster, born in Malta

Thomas KENNEDY, died 25th February 1869, aged 60 years. Born in Scotland. Clerk

R. KENSIL, born in Malta about 1833. In 1851 living in Portsea, Hampshire

C. KENYON, Freemason, Third District Grand Principal 1893

Edward George KEPPEL, 21+, bachelor, born Stratton, Norfolk, the son of William Keppel, married 14th December 1875, to Mary Cecilia Georgiana KING, 21+, spinster, born Tralee, Ireland, the daughter of George King

James KERBY, aged 9 years, the son of Thomas Kerby, Army Pensioner, died from cholera, buried 19th July 1837

Thomas John KERBY, 21+, bachelor, Clerk to the Bible Society, married 5th May 1848 to, Rosina FABRESCHI, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Jacob Fabreschi

Ann Mary KERR, died 9th May 1882, aged 15 months, the daughter of Francis E. Kerr, Governor of the Military Prison

Francis Ernest KERR, died 30th May 1884, aged 43 years, late of the Rifle Brigade. Third son of Lord Henry Kerr, and grandson of the 6th Marquess of Lothian

Robert KERR, died 5th December 1853, aged 36 years. He came to Malta for health reasons

Robert Joseph KERR, died 20th November 1882, aged 8 months, the son of

Francis E. Kerr, Governor of the Military Prison

Sarah Elizabeth KERR, aged 22 years, spinster, married 18th January 1899, to James MOWBRAY, aged 25 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, Highland Light Infantry

William KETMIRE, aged 50 years, seaman, buried 20th October 1868

KILBURN & Company, General Warehousemen, at 271 & 272 Strada Reale, and 49 Strada San Giovanni, Valletta, in 1849

Ann KILBURN, baptised 14th September 1805, the daughter of Ann and John Kilburn

Mrs Ann KILBURN, died 4th August 1847, aged 80 years, of which 44 were

spent in Malta. She left two daughters and several grandchildren

Christina KILBURN, aged 16 years, from Birmingham, and resident in Malta with her Mother, married 4th May 1814, to John ROBINSON, aged 25 years, of Brigham, Cumberland, Merchant

Elizabeth KILBURN, married 2nd November 1811, to Edward GINGELL

Harriet KILBURN, baptised 1st January 1805, the daughter of Ann and John Kilburn

Died on 3rd November 1871 at her residence in San Guiseppe Road, Miss Harriet KILBURN, aged 68 years

John Thomas KILBURN, baptised 8th February 1807, the son of Ann and John Kilburn

Edward KILFOYLE, born in Malta about 1824. Working as a Servant in Aske, Yorkshire, in 1851

John KIMBERLEY, buried 17th September 1826, aged 42 years

John KIND, born 5th December 1879, the son of William and Mary Kind, Merchant

Richard KIND, 21+, widower, of Hinkley, Leicestershire, the son of Richard and Mary Kind, married 1st February 1871, to Margaret PRESS, 21+, widow, of England, the daughter of Andrew and Ann WAITT

Sarah KIND, died 23rd January 1868, aged 62 years, the wife of J. Kind. Born London

William KIND, died 28th October 1885, aged 51 years. He left a widow and children. His father was Richard Kind

Anthony Charles KING, aged 66 years, buried 6th January 1852

Annie Edith KING, born 30th May 1860, the daughter of Angelica and William Michael King, War Department

Berry KING, from Woolwich, Kent, married 24th December 1817 to, Elizabeth JENNINGS, from Whitechapel, London

James KING, aged 24 years, of the English steamer Hydapses, buried 1st December 1855

John KING, seaman, aged about 23 years, buried 17th August 1837

Mary Emily KING, born 10th October 1858, the daughter of Angelica and William Michael King

Robert Finlay KING, 21+, bachelor, born Corfu, the son of William Michael and Angelica King, Asst.Commissary of Control Department, married 30th April 1872, to Rosina GATT, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Angelica and Colonel Saverio Gatt, R.M.F.Artillery

William Henry KING, aged 3 years, buried 29th November 1867

Ellen KINGSTON, born 11th February 1868, the daughter of Marian and William Kingston

Ellen KINGSTON, died 13th June 1871, aged 3 years 4 months, the daughter of William Kingston

Ellen Alice Maude KINGSTON, born 15th January 1873, the daughter of Marian and William Kingston

Kate KINGSTON, born 21st march 1870, the daughter of Marian and William Kingston. The twin sister of Thomas Pear

Mary Elizabeth KINGSTON, born 24th October 1865, the daughter of Marian and William Kingston

Mary Elizabeth KINGSTON, aged 20 years, spinster, of Valletta, the daughter of William Kingston, Chemist, married 27th February 1886, to William Bartlett WHITE, aged 21 years, bachelor, Clerk, of Valletta, the son of William White, Captain in Merchant service

Thomas Pear KINGSTON, born 21st March 1870, the son of Marian and William Kingston. The twin brother of Kate

Thomas Pear KINGSTON, died 14th October 1870, the son of William Kingston, aged 7 months

William KINGSTON, 21+, bachelor, born in Sutton St.Edmunds, Lincolnshire, Chemist, the son of Charles and Mary Kingston, married 2nd April 1864 to, Marianne HORSHAM, 21+, spinster, born in Chagford, Devon, the daughter of Richard and Elizabeth Horsham

William KINGSTON, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1862, 1863, 1864, 1865, 1868. Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1877, 1884. District Grand Master in 1869

William Richard KINGSTON, born 13th October 1866, the son of Mary and William Kingston

Edward Frederick KINGSWELL, born 28th January 1827, the son of James and Lydia Kingswell, Block Maker in Naval Arsenal

George KINGSWELL, born 29th May 1825, the son of Lydia and James Kingswell, Block Maker in Naval Arsenal

James KINGSWELL, born 9th July 1816, the son of Lydia and James Kingswell, Block Maker in Naval Arsenal

James KINGSWELL, buried 10th October 1827, aged 11 years

John KINGSWELL, born 31st December 1820, the son of Lydia and James Kingswell, Block Maker in Naval Arsenal

John KINGSWELL, living at 8 Strada del Carmine, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Lydia Ann KINGSWELL, 21+, spinster, of St.Nicholas Parish, Deptford, Kent, married 20th April 1830, to Thomas RAMPLEY, 21+, bachelor, of St.Lawrence Parish, Norwich

Maria KINGSWELL, born 16th September 1809, the daughter of Lydia and James Kingswell, Block Maker in Naval Arsenal

Maria KINGSWELL, of Kent, married 4th June 1826, to James MURRAY, 95th Regiment

Mary Anne KINGSWELL, born 5th August 1811, the daughter of Lydia and James Kingswell, Block Maker in Naval Arsenal

Mary Ann KINGSWELL, married 27th October 1829, to Edward BEER, Corporal, 95th Regiment

Sarah KINGSWELL, born 3rd October 1813, the daughter of Lydia and James Kingswell, Block Maker in Naval Arsenal

Sarah KINGSWELL, of Kent, married 29th June 1829, to Samuel RANSLEY, Colour-Sergeant, Rifle Brigade

William KINGSWELL, born 23rd February 1823, the son of Lydia and James Kingswell, of the Naval Arsenal

William KINGSWELL, buried 25th June 1825, aged 3 years, son of James and Lydia Kingswell

Mr. KIRBY, Clerk at the British & Foreign Bible Society in 1847

Isaac Thomas KIRBY, born 16th April 1849, the son of Thomas John and Rosina Kirby, nee FABRESCHI

James KIRBY, born 27th July 1853, the son of Thomas John and Rosina Kirby, nee FABRESCHI

Joseph David Nathaniel KIRBY, Born 31st July 1856, the son of Thomas John and Rosina Kirby, nee FABRESCHI

Joseph KIRBY, born in Malta about 1833. In 1851 living in Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight

Sarah Ann KIRBY, born in Malta about 1829. Married. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Thomas KIRBY, died 4th January 1857, aged 82 years

Thomas John KIRBY, 21+, bachelor, Clerk to the Bible Society, married 5th May 1848, to Rosina FABRESCHI, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Jacob Fabreschi

Thomas John KIRBY, resident Malta, electoral list 1862 and 1864

Sarah KIRKHAM, born in Malta about 1831. In 1851 living in Tynemouth, Northumberland

J.L. KIRKNESS, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1871, 1872

Helen KIRKWOOD, born 8th November 1857, the daughter of Thomas and Helen Kirkwood, nee CUTHILL

William KIRKWOOD, born 3rd October 1860, the son of Thomas and Helen Kirkwood, nee CUTHILL

Mrs Olympia KIRTON, the wife of Philip Francis Kirton, gave birth to a son 12th July 1891

Alice Maude KIRTON, born 24th August 1868, the daughter of Emily Jane and Cooper Kirton

Arthur William KIRTON, born 15th February 1875, the son of Cooper and Emily Jane Kirton

Cooper KIRTON, 21+, bachelor, born in London, the son of Pearcy and Mary Ann Kirton, Superintendent P.&.O. Company, in Malta, married 2nd April 1862 to, Emily Jane NICHOL, spinster, minor, born in Calcutta, the daughter of the late William and Elmira Manners Nichol

Cooper KIRTON, living 41 Strada Mercanti, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

Cooper Nicol KIRTON, born 26th August 1870, the son of Emily Jane and Cooper Kirton

Emily Kate Annie KIRTON, born 23rd January 1863, the daughter of Emily Jane and Cooper Kirton

Emily Kate Annie KIRTON, aged 22 years, spinster, of Strada Mercanto, Valletta, the daughter of Cooper Kirton, Agent P.&.O. Shipping Co., married 13th August 1885, to William Walter BRADDON, aged 30 years, bachelor, Assistant Paymaster, Royal Navy, HMS Helicon, the son of Henry Edward Braddon, Gentleman

Henry Stewart KIRTON, born 20th April 1879, the son of Cooper and Emily

Jane Kirton. Died 2nd December 1884

Mary Anne Margaret KIRTON, born 7th October 1864, the daughter of Emily Jane and Cooper Kirton

Philip Francis KIRTON, born 4th September 1866, the son of Emily Jane and Cooper Kirton

Philip Francis KIRTON, the eldest son of Cooper Kirton, married 23rd September 1890, to Olympia TESTAFERRATA-ABELA, the daughter of the late Baron Testaferrata-Abela

Robert Pearey KIRTON, born 27th March 1873, the son of Emily Jane and

Cooper Kirton. Died 11th October 1878

Wilfred Gordon KIRTON, born 15th June 1877, the son of Cooper and Emily Kirton. Died 13th February 1880

Edward Bredin Blake KITSON, born 9th June 1842, the son of Ann Jane and the Reverend Edward Kitson. In 1851 living in Greenwich, Kent

Mrs KNAPP, the wife of C.B. Knapp, Principal Purveyor to the Forces, gave birth to a son 24th April 1865

Algernon Charles William KNAPP, baptised 22nd July 1865, the son of Charles Barrett and Sophia Knapp, Principal Purveyor

Montague Henry KNAPP, born 24th December 1867, the son of Sophia and Charles B. Knapp

Alfred KNELL, married 22nd August 1899, to Ada Florence Whayman PHILO

Emma Florence Louise KNELL, born 22nd September 1899, the daughter of Alfred and Ada Knell

Eliza KNIGHT, born in Malta about 1815. Married. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

John KNIGHT, aged 42 years, seaman, n.s. United States, buried 14th November 1832

Mary Anne LATHAM, the wife of an Army pensioner at Ricasoli, aged 33 years, buried 26th October 1848

Mary Rachel LIDDELL, died February 1871, from diphtheria, aged 5 years 6 months, the eldest child of E.S. Liddell of Bighi Naval Hospital

Edward John Augustus LA FONTAINE, died at Smyrna c18th March 1899. Born in 1847 the third son of Edward La Fontaine, of Constantinople. In 1878 he married Blanche Whittall the daughter of the late James Whittall of Smyrna. He left three sons and six daughters.

James La FONTAINE, his wife gave birth to a daughter 2nd March 1870, at Pera

Captain Clement LA PRIMAUDAYE, Royal Navy, appointed Superintendent of Police, 20th November 1890

Dorothy LACK, born 16th March 1892, the daughter of Fanny and Frederick Lack, Purser, c.s. Amber, Eastern Telegraph Company

Frederick LACK, aged 30 years, bachelor, the son of Frederick Walter Stewart Lack, married 7th December 1890, to Fanny August BLAZDELL, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles William Blazdell

James LACROFT, aged 33 years, buried 29th June 1841

Robert LADBROOK, widower, married 16th May 1843 to, Elizabeth SHELLABEAR, 21+, spinster, of St.Mary’s, near Torquay, Devon

Sarah LADBROOKE, aged 52 years, the wife of Robert Ladbrooke, Gunner, HMS Ceylon. Buried 20th October 1841

W. LADD, Master Shipwright, Naval Dockyard, in 1856

William LADD, resident Malta, electoral list 1862

Evelyn LAFERLA, the eldest daughter of William Laferla, of Valletta, married 29th November 1899, to G.P. HAYES BA of the Admiralty, London, the second son of G. Roche Hayes MD, of County Kerry, Ireland, at the church of Our Lady of Victories, Valletta

Richard Charles Kirby LAFFAN, aged 30 years, bachelor, Surgeon, the son of Richard Laffan, married 27th April 1887, to Mary Clementina JERRARD, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of John Jerrard

Friedrich Simion LAHNKE, aged 20 years, buried 11th November 1863

Captain Robert S. LAIDLER, died 1st October 1837, arrived on the Brig Bellessima, from Constantinople. Died in the Lazaretto

Catherine LAINE, aged 26 years, buried 29th June 1861

J.K. LAIRD, Freemason, D of C., The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1889

George LAKE, aged 32 years, bachelor, from Barnstaple, Devon, married 10th February 1820, to Isabella HEWITT, aged 28 years, of Gibraltar, the widow of George Hewitt, Shipwright Gibraltar Naval Arsenal

John LALLY, granted a licence to open a school 23rd August 1848

John C. LALLY, living at 2 Piazza Regina, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Elizabeth LAMB, aged 27 years, buried 4th July 1840

Melita LAMB, aged 16 months, buried 5th October 1841

Thomas LAMB, widower, from Woolwich, Kent, married 15th September 1839, to Elizabeth BURGESS, 21+, spinster, from Waterbeach near Cambridge

William LAMB, aged 42 years, buried 27th November 1841

Johanna LAMBERT, born in Malta about 1814. Married. Living in Edmonton, London, in 1851

Frederic LAMOTA, born in Malta 1812, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

William LAMPARD, born in Malta about 1823. In 1851 living in Frindsbury, Kent

Giuliena Joanna Maria Anna Laurentia LAMPIER, aged 20 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of John Lampier, married 21st April 1879, to John PHILLIPS, aged 25 years, bachelor, of Hastings, the son of JamesPhillips, Ship’s Cook, HMS Cockatrice

John LAMPREY, aged 21 years, bachelor, from Maidstone, Kent, Clerk, Ordnance Department, married 12th September 1812, to Mary HALL, aged 18 years, spinster, of Beverley, Yorkshire, the daughter of Elizabeth and Octavus Hall, Purser, R.N., of Barnsley Yorkshire, with her fathers consent

Nicoll LANCETT, born in Malta about 1825. In 1851 living in Whitechapel, London

Louisa DuCauvray LANDER, born 25th November 1832, the daughter of Adele and Charles Alexander Lander, HM Consul at the Dardanelles

Eleanor LANE, born in Malta about 1826. In 1851 living in Braunton, Devon

William LANE, born in Malta about 1819. Living in Lancashire in 1851

Jemima LANG, born in Malta about 1815. Married. Living in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1851

Anne LANGDON, 21+, widow, born Malta, the daughter of Saverio and Paula ZAMMITT, married 16th April 1872, to Edward WORSLEY, 21+, bachelor, of Rochester, Kent, the son of Henry and Mary Worsley, 2nd Class Petty Officer, HMS Lord Warden

Alice Mary LANGFORD, aged 21 years, spinster, married 20th December 1899, to Isaac MITCHELL, aged 29 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Garrison Artillery

W.M. LANGLEY MD, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Mr. LANGLOIS, French teacher at Malta Protestant College, September 1856

Robert LANGSTON, Freemason, member of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1834

Richard LANKESHEER, aged 38 years, buried 8th March 1841

Michael LANNON, married 3rd May 1816 to, Catherine ARENTSCHILD, the widow of Sergeant-Major Arentschild, King’s German Legion

F. LANZON, a Director of the Malta Bank in 1849

Henry LAPPARD, buried 1855, seaman

James LARKIN, born in Malta about 1828. Working as a Servant in Condover, Shropshire, in 1851

Robert Isaac LARKMAN, born 10th June 1867, the son of Teresa and Isaac Robert Larkman

Andres LARSEN, aged 38 years, seaman, buried 24th February 1857

Ludwig LARSEN, aged 24 years, seaman, buried 30th May 1870

Anne Melita LAURIE, born 18th October 1862, the daughter of William and Henrietta Laurie, nee JONES

Angelica LAURON, died at Tarxien, 28th September 1866, aged 81 years. The wife of Raimondo Lauron, and mother of Reverend Paolo Lauron the Curate of that Parish

Raimondo LAURON, died 5th August 1868, at the residence of his son the Reverend Lauron, Parish Priest of Tarxien, aged 91 years, formerly the Malta Civil Service

Catharina LAVERACK, died 11th March 1882, aged 36 years, the wife of Reverend John Laverack, Methodist Minister. From Liverpool

John LAVERACK, born in Wressle, Yorkshire, about 1847. Wesleyan Minister. He served at Aldershot Camp 1873, in the Malta Garrison from 1874 to 1877, back at Aldershot Town 1877 to 1880. He returned to Malta in 1880 and remained there till 1900. His wife Catharina Laverack, died 11th March 1882 in Malta. He re-married and in 1901 was living in Trowbridge, Wiltshire with his Scottish born second wife Sarah, and his 19 year old daughter Kate

Agnes LAW, born in Malta about 1831. Living in Lytham, Lancashire, in 1851

Catherine LAW, born in Malta about 1818. Working as a Servant in Westminster, London, in 1851

Fanny M. LAW, born in Malta about 1826. Living in Lytham, Lancashire, in 1851

John Knight LAW BA, Chaplain of Holy Trinity Church, Sliema, 1879/1880

Richard LAW, from Northumberland, Chief Clerk, Victualling Department, married 23rd May 1815 to, Catalina MOTTA, from Port Mahon, Minorca

Richard LAW, aged 42 years, widower, the son of Edmund and Elizabeth Law, married 16th June 1822, to Anne BOYLE, aged 20 years, the daughter of Ann and the late William Boyle, formerly of Gibraltar, now resident in Vittoriosa

Richard LAW, aged 56 years, buried 21st May 1836

Henry LAWDELL, buried 5th October 1841, a boy, in the Lazaretto, arrived on HM Frigate Tyne, was dead on arrival. Died from an abscess

John LAWFORD, married 13th December 1817 to, Helena MARTON

Reverend George LAWLESS, a resident in Malta, electoral list 1856. Chaplain to the Forces 1857, 1858

Marion E. LAWLONS, born in Malta about 1812. Living in Paddington, London, in 1851

C. LAWRENCE, opened the Great Britain Hotel, 67 Strada Mezzodi, Valletta, about 1875. He died in 1892, when it was taken over by his son F.C. Lawrence

Alfred John LAWSON, born 1st April 1838, the son of Charlotte and John Lawson

Arthur Vernon LAWSON, born 4th January 1840, the son of Charlotte and John Frederick Lawson

Auguste LAWSON, aged 30 years, buried 4th September 1865

Catherine Jane LAWSON, born 22nd July 1846, the daughter of Charlotte and John Frederick Lawson

Charles A. LAWRENCE, born in Malta about 1824. Living in Clerkenwell, London, in 1851

Charlotte Emelia LAWSON, born 29th April 1841, the daughter of Charlotte and John Lawson

Edward LAWSON, aged 20 years, buried 12th April 1852

Elizabeth LAWRENCE, born in Malta about 1818. Married. Living in Birmingham in 1851

Hannah LAWRENCE, born in Malta about 1819. Married. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Frederick LAWSON, baptised 3rd June 1850, the son of Charlotte and John Lawson

Frederick John LAWSON, born 28th July 1835, the son of Charlotte and John Lawson

Frederick John LAWSON, aged 10 months, buried 26th May 1836

George LAWSON, born in Malta about 1821. In 1851 living in Southwark, London

Georgiana LAWSON, born 2nd October 1848, the daughter of Charlotte and John Lawson

Georgiana LAWSON, aged 9 years, buried 6th April 1857

John LAWSON, granted a licence to open a school 30th October 1837

John LAWSON, Schoolmaster, at 157 Strada Mercanti, Valletta, in 1847. On electoral list 1849

John LAWSON, died 20th November 1850, Brazilian Vice Consul, leaving a widow and eight children

John Pattinson Webb LAWSON, 21+, bachelor, from Chatham, Kent, Clerk, Government Schooner Emily, married 2nd July 1834, to Charlotte MARTIN, 21+, spinster

John Pattinson Webb LAWSON, buried 22nd November 1850, aged 45 years

John Robert LAWSON, born 4th August 1844, the son of Charlotte and John Frederick Lawson

Mary Maria LAWSON, born 30th June 1842, the daughter of Charlotte and John Lawson

W. LAWSON, Master Attendant, HM Dockyard, May 1804

William LAWSON, buried 1st March 1827, aged 62 years

Jemima Elizabeth LAYLAND, born 12th July 1849, the daughter of Esther and Henry James Layland

Emmie LAYTON, aged 19 years, spinster, married 22nd September 1898, to Ernest PHILLIPS, aged 26 years, bachelor, 2nd Corporal, Army Ordnance Corps

Francis Wilfred Nowell LEA, born 5th March 1892, the son of Winifred Edmunds and John Francis Lea, late of the Royal Navy

Frances Ellen Mary LEACH, born 14th May 1866, the daughter of Ellena and Cecil Francis Leach, Deputy Commissary General

Ralph Cecil LEACH, born 13th February 1865, the son of Ellena and Cecil Francis Leach, Deputy Commissary General

Alfred LEAF, born 21st August 1833, the son of William and Catherine Harriet Leaf

Catherine Harriet LEAF, aged 35 years, buried 30th January 1838

Donald LEAN, born in Malta about 1844. Living in Liverpool in 1851

Mary LEATHER, born in Malta about 1802. Married. In 1851 living in Birmingham

Giovanni LE BRUN, married 14th June 1838, to Virginia BACCARINI

Giovanni LEBRUN, Musical Instrument Shop, at 80 Strada Teatro, Valletta, in 1851

Gioacchino LE BRUN, Chief Superintendent of Charitable Institutions, 1865

Melita Mary LEDNUM, born in Malta about 1836. Living in Berkshire in 1851

Edward LE DUC, 21+, bachelor, born in Paris, the son of Marie and Jean Jacques Le Duc of Paris, married 8th July 1843 to, Natalie Felicie GOUBAN, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Louise Marie Felicie and the late Louis Gouban

Edward Louis LE DUC, born 29th March 1844

Marie LE DUC, born 29th April 1846, the daughter of Natalie Felicie and Edward Le Duc. She died and was buried 15th August 1846, aged 4 months

Marie Eugenie LE DUC, born 1st April 1848, the daughter of Natalie Felicie and Edward Le Duc, Vice Consul of France

Mary LE DUC, died on 14th August 1846, aged 3 months and 16 days, at the residence of Madam Gaubau, the infant daughter of Mr. E. Le duc

Charles LEE, born in Malta about 1811. Living in Clerkenwell, London, in 1851

George LEE, born in Malta about 1837. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Sarah LEE, born in Malta about 1820. Living in Exeter, Devon, in 1851

Lewis LEES, born in Malta about 1836. Living in Kimberworth, Yorkshire, in 1851

Frederick Gaspar LE GRAND, born 12th December 1836, the son of Sarah and Frederick William Le Grand

Ellen Mary Elizabeth LEDIARD, aged 18 years, spinster, married 4th February 1897, to William McKINNELL, aged 24 years, bachelor, Stoker, Royal Navy

Catherine Susanna LEE, died 17th August 1809, the infant daughter of Peter Lee, Merchant

Helen Jane LEE, born 4th November 1850, the daughter of Ann and John Lee

Jane LEE, aged 36 years, buried 4th December 1856

Percy Robert LEE, born 27th March 1882, the son of Edwin Lee and Emma Rich

Sophia LEE, born 7th June 1808, the daughter of John and Maria Lee, late of Smyrna

Emily LEEVES, buried 9th December 1847, aged 21 years, the daughter of the late Reverend Leeves

Reverend Henry D. LEEVES, died 27th April 1845 at Beirut, en route to Jerusalem, the Chaplain at the British Embassy Athens, in his 57th year

Elizabeth LEGE, born 17th March 1845, the daughter of Mary and Frederick Lege

James LEGG, Mate of a Merchant Vessel, died in the Civil Hospital, buried 16th December 1828

James LEGGATT, Joiner, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

George Edward LEGGETT, born about 1821, the son of Mary and James Leggett. In 1841 living with his parents and family in Sheffield, Yorkshire

James Robert LEGGETT, born about 1821,the son of Mary and James Leggett. In 1841 living with his parents and family in Sheffield, Yorkshire

Edith Cornwall LEGH, born 26th January 1854, the daughter of Thomasina and Richard Cornwall Legh. Buried 15th October 1855, aged 21 months

Ella Marie Cornwall LEGH, born 13th August 1870, the daughter of Thomasina and Richard Cornwall Legh. Buried 15th July 1871, aged 11 months

Hubert Cornwall LEGH, born 21st March 1858, the son of Thomasina and Richard Cornwall Legh

Richard Cornwall LEGH, Assistant Secretary to the Government of Malta and Clerk of the Council of Malta, married 28th June 1852, to Thomasina Antonia SEDLEY, the daughter of Frederick Sedley, Superintendent of Police, Malta, at the British Embassy Paris, and afterwards at the Church de la Madelaine, Paris

Richard Cornwall Henry LEGH, living at 25 Strada Mezzodi, Valletta, 1852

Sydney Cornwall LEGH, born 30th October 1861, the son of Thomasina Antonia and Richard Cornwall Legh

James LEITCH, aged 28 years, buried 30th August 1856

William LEKAY, 21+, widower, of Dublin, the son of Isaac and Isabella Lekay, Clergyman in the Church of England, M.A., married 11th February 1878, to Mary Ann MacIVER, 21+, spinster, of Rothesay, Bute, the daughter of Charles and Mary Ann MacIver

James LEKE , aged 18 years, buried 7th December 1854

Sir John Gaspard LE MARCHANT, Governor of Malta 1859 until 1864. He was born in 1803, the third son of Major-General John Gaspard Le Marchant, and joined the army on 26th October 1820 as an Ensign in the 10th Regiment. He transferred to the 57th Regiment as a Lieutenant in 1821, and Captain in 1825. Moving to the 98th Regiment he served with them in South Africa as a Major in 1832. In 1835 he went to Spain and saw action under Generals Evans and Chichester during the Carlist Wars of 1835 - 1837. He was appointed Lieut-Colonel of the 99th Regiment in 1839, and in 1845 transferred to the 85th Light Infantry. In February 1847 he was made Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland until June 1852, continuing as Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia from June 1852 till December 1857. With the rank of Lieut-General he became Governor of Malta in 1859. During his residence at the Palace in Valletta, the statue of a nude Neptune was moved from the Fish Market on the Marina and placed in the main courtyard in the Palace, but a figleaf was added. By 2003 women no longer swooned at the sight of a naked man and the figleaf was removed. He remained as Governor until 1864. The following year he was sent to India as Commander-in-Chief at Madras leaving in 1868. He married in 1839 Margaret Anne Taylor, the daughter of the Reverend Robert Taylor of Staffordshire, and died in London on 6th February 1874

Reverend John Thomas Howe LE MESURIER, living at Piazza Sarria 4, Floriana, electoral list 1852. Chaplain to the Forces

Catherine E. LEMAS, born about 1802 in Malta. Living in Canterbury, Kent, in 1851

Martha LE MESURIER, buried 9th May 1839, aged 52 years, the wife of the Reverend Le Mesurier

James LENNOX, born about 1812 in Malta. Living in Soho, London, in 1851

Antonio LENTINI, born 18th October 1892 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Albert LEONARD, born 26th July 1877, the son of Sarah Jane and William Leonard

Blanche LEONARD, died 23rd December 1870, aged 58 years, the wife of William Leonard. Born in London

S. LEONARD, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1888

William LEONARD, 21+, bachelor, of St.Martin in the Fields, London, married 6th May 1846 to, Blanche EEDES, 21+, spinster, from Chelsea, London, the daughter of Henry and Sarah Isabella Eedes, nee WESTMACOTT

William LEONARD, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1838, 1844, 1845

William LEONARD, President of the Bank of Malta 1864, 1872 and 1881

William LEONARD, Merchant, at 14 Strada Ponente, Valletta, in 1847. A Director of the Malta Bank in 1849. On electoral list 1852. Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1848 - 1850, 1853 - 1854, 1856 - 1858, 1862 - 1877

Guillaume Salvator Michel LEONARDI, born 21st November 1858 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Marie Concetta LEONARDI, born 24th December 1856 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Leone di LEONE, of Gibraltar, died in the Civil Hospital, buried 5th November 1829

Pietro LEONINI, 21+, bachelor, born in Rome, Italy, married 27th November 1848 to, Anne Valetta ALLEN, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Dr.Allen and the late Lucy Allen

William LESLIE, buried 9th September 1826, aged 32 years

Emily LESSOR, aged 26 years, buried 27th December 1860

Sophia LESTER, born about 1842 in Malta. In 1851 living in Dudley

William LETH, born about 1839 in Malta. In 1851 a Pauper living in Oundle, Northamptonshire

Heinrich LEVERENZ, aged 30 years, seaman, buried 12th July 1870

Annetta LEVICK, the eldest daughter of John Levick, late Captain 59th Regiment, married 4th July 1844, to Louis D’SILVA, Collector of Customs Aden, at Cairo by the Protestant Chaplain

Henry LEVICK, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, married 30th December 1840 to, Sarah WARRALL, 21+, spinster

Jonathan LEVICK, aged 20 years, buried 13th March 1841

Sarah LEVICK, aged 39 years, buried 27th May 1858

John LEVRICK, aged 30 years, seaman, buried 2nd August 1855

Charles Augustus LEVY, born 23rd November 1823, the son of Carolina and Benjamin Levy

George LEVY, buried 30th December 1853, aged 40 years

Mimoun LEVY, born in Mellieha 1871, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Mr. LEWIS, First Clerk, Grain Department, lived at 198 Strada Forni, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

A. LEWIS, proprietor of the Grosvenor Hotel, 53 Strada Britannica, Valletta, in 1899

Alfred LEWIS, the son of Ann and Thomas Lewis, born in Malta about 1863, living with his parents in Farnborough, Hampshire, in 1881Amelia LEWIS, born 7th June 1834, the daughter of Susan and William Lewis

Amelia LEWIS, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Susannah and the late William Lewis, married 6th December 1856 to, George WEBB, 21+, bachelor, born in Portsmouth, the son of Richard and Elizabeth Webb

Established in 1889, Atkinson & Co., produced aerated water at their factory in Hamrun. The partners were A. LEWIS and C.W. Atkinson. They were also Wine, Spirit and Tobacco Merchants, and operated from 303 Strada Reale, Valletta

Ann Isabella LEWIS, born 7th September 1840, the daughter of Susan and William Lewis

Ann Isabella LEWIS, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the youngest daughter of Susannah and the late William Lewis, married 7th December 1858 to,

Annie LEWIS, the daughter of Sarah A. Lewis, nee Tuggey and William J. Lewis, born in Malta about 1872. Living with her parents and family in Weymouth, Dorset, in 1881

Caroline LEWIS, born in Malta about 1852. In 1881 she was living in St.Leonards, Kent, as a servant in the household of Deputy Surgeon General James Crerar, Army Medical Department

Elizabeth LEWIS, born about 1842 in Malta. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Elizabeth M. LEWIS, born in Malta about 1843. In 1881 she was a widow and living in Camberwell, London, with her daughter Mary A. Lewis

Florence LEWIS, born in Malta about 1857. Living with her family in Hammersmith, London, in 1881

Frances LEWIS, born in Malta about 1842. Living with her husband James and family in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1881

James LEWIS, born about 1830 in Malta. Working as a Servant in St.Pancras, London, in 1851

Mary LEWIS, born in Malta about 1852. By 1881 she was a widow and living in Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire

Richard LEWIS, died 6th January 1852, off Malta, Captain of the schooner Dusty Miller, aged 38 years

William LEWIS, born about 1844 in Malta. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

William LEWIS, born about 1833 in Malta. Living in Croydon, Surrey, in 1851

George HUDSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Greenwich, Kent, the son of Lydia Mary and and George Sherwood Hudson

Caroline LEWIS, buried 20th November 1899, aged 39 years, born Devonport, the wife of Iltid Mansel Lewis, Writer, HM Dockyard

David LEWIS, married 1st December 1817 to, Mary GREENWOOD

Emily LEWIS, aged 19 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of George and Marian Lewis, married 3rd April 1867 to, Thomas APPLETON, aged 21 years, bachelor, born in Sydney, Australia, Commander’s Servant, HMS Victoria, the son of Thomas and Hannah Appleton

Emma LEWIS, born 2nd October 1831, the daughter of Susan and William Lewis

George LEWIS, widower, born Stoke Newington, London, married 19th February 1846 to, Marian DOUGLASS, widow, born in Chester

George LEWIS, living at 84 Nuovo Fabbrica, Senglea, electoral list 1852

Georgiana LEWIS, born 6th April 1836, the daughter of Susan and William Lewis

Georgiana LEWIS, died 17th August 1837, aged 16 months, the daughter of William Lewis

Harriet LEWIS, born 9th May 1822, the daughter of Susannah and William Lewis

Iltid Mansel LEWIS, buried 23rd November 1899, aged 38 years 6 months, born Devonport. Writer, HM Dockyard

John LEWIS, of the brig William stood trial for Piracy, January 1820. Found Guilty and hung 4th February 1820

Louisa LEWIS, born 19th November 1829, the daughter of William and Susan Lewis

Louisa LEWIS, born in 1836. Became a schoolteacher in 1883

Peter John Scott LEWIS, born 23rd March 1838, the son of Susan and William Lewis

Robert LEWIS, born 12th April 1828, the son of William and Susan Lewis

Robert LEWIS, died 29th December 1836, aged 8 years 6 months, the son of William Lewis, Civil Service

Sarah Jane LEWIS, aged 22 years, spinster, married 25th April 1886, to Thomas DAVIES, aged 29 years, bachelor, Angle-iron Smith

William LEWIS, Freemason, one of the petitioners for the establishment of The Union of Malta Lodge in 1831

William LEWIS, in 1833, 1st Clerk in the Grain Department

William LEWIS, buried 27th March 1845, aged 48 years

William LEWIS, born in Malta about 1845, living with his wife Annie and family in Camberwell, London, in 1881

William LEWIS, aged 38 years, Master English Schooner Venetia, buried 19th October 1856

William George LEWIS, born 27th October 1824, the son of William and Susan Lewis

John LEWTHWAITE, Storekeeper’s Labourer, working HM Dockyard, died January 1809

G.G. LIDDELL, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1863

John LIDDELL MD, 21+, bachelor, born Scotland, Surgeon at the Naval Hospital, married 10th May 1837, to Fanny Maria SCONCE, minor, the daughter of Robert Clement Sconce, with her parents consent

John LIDDELL, born 21st March 1838, the son of Fanny and John Liddell M.D.

I. LIGHT, Captain of a merchant brig, buried 13th November 1838

James LILY, March 1883, sailor on the English Steamer Spartan, accidentally fell into the hold from the deck. Taken to the Central Hospital in a serious condition

William LINDQUIST, Marshall and Sergeant at Mace, Vice-Admiralty Court, 1855

John LINDSAY, aged 75 years, buried 8th February 1856

Alexander LINGARD, aged 30 years, buried 17th April 1864

G. LINK, HM Dockyard Police, October 1857

Sarah LINNETT, born about 1823 in Malta. Married. Living in High Ongar, Essex, in 1851

C. LIPPETT, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1885.

Sarah LITCHFIELD, aged 53 years, buried 10th September 1840

Mary LITTLE, born about 1826 in Malta. Living in Westminster, London, in 1851

Alfred John LITTLEJOHN, born 16th October 1861, the son of Elizabeth and Jeremiah William Littlejohn

Amelia LITTLEJOHN, born 15th August 1842, the daughter of Ann and John Littlejohn

Amelia LITTLEJOHN, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Ann and John Littlejohn, married 1st January 1866 to, Clement Dunsford IVEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, Steward, HMS Caledonia, the son of Henry and Mary Ann Ivey

Ann Amelia Clara Rosina LITTLEJOHN, born 13th October 1857, the daughter of Elizabeth and William Jeremiah Littlejohn

Anne LITTLEJOHN, died 29th October 1865, aged 68 years. Born in England. The widow of J. Littlejohn

Annie LITTLEJOHN, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of John Littlejohn, Engineer, married 18th August 1884, to George Edward DOMING, aged 24 years, bachelor, Army Hospital Corps, Cottonera Hospital, son of George Edward Doming, Detective

Anne Harriet LITTLEJOHN, born 25th November 1866, the daughter of Harriet and John Littlejohn

Charles Thomas LITTLEJOHN, born 3rd November 1868, the son of Elizabeth and Jeremiah William Littlejohn

Elizabeth LITTLEJOHN, aged 6 years, buried 29th December 1869

Elizabeth Alice LITTLEJOHN, born 18th May 1872, the daughter of Elizabeth and Jeremiah William Littlejohn

Elizabeth Allen LITTLEJOHN, born 20th January 1864, the daughter of Elizabeth and William Jeremiah Littlejohn

Emma Elizabeth LITTLEJOHN, born 23rd March 1862, the daughter of Harriet and John Richard Littlejohn

Henry LITTLEJOHN, aged 11 months, buried 3rd August 1871

Henry George LITTLEJOHN, born 10th September 1870, the son of Elizabeth and William Littlejohn

Jane LITTLEJOHN, born 21st August 1840, the daughter of Anne and John Littlejohn

Jane Adelaide LITTLEJOHN, born 8th June 1859, the daughter of Elizabeth and Jeremiah William Littlejohn

John LITTLEJOHN, 21+, bachelor, born in Devonport, the son of John and Anne Littlejohn of Malta, married 20th November 1860 to, Harriet WARRINGTON, spinster, minor, born in Deptford, Kent, the daughter of William and Harriet Warrington

John LITTLEJOHN, living at 117 Nuovo Fabbrica, Senglea, electoral list 1852

John LITTLEJOHN, aged 16 months, buried 10th October 1871

John William LITTLEJOHN, born 24th June 1870, the son of Harriet and John Littlejohn

Melita LITTLEJOHN, born 23rd January 1877, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Littlejohn

Richard LITTLEJOHN, born 1st July 1882, the son of John and Harriett

Littlejohn, Electrician, of Cospicua

Sarah LITTLEJOHN, buried 22nd January 1846, aged 5 years

Thomas James LITTLEJOHN, born 24th October 1865, the son of Elizabeth and Jeremiah William Littlejohn. Buried 7th September 1867

Victoria Edith LITTLEJOHN, born 4th September 1874, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Littlejohn

William LITTLEJOHN, 21+, bachelor, born in Plymouth, Devon, employee in HM Dockyard, the son of John and Ann Littlejohn, married 15th September 1855 to, Elizabeth WEBSTER, spinster, minor, born in Blackburn, Lancashire, the daughter of Richard and Nancy Webster

William John LITTLEJOHN, born 21st August 1872, the son of Harriett and John Littlejohn

William Richard LITTLEJOHN, born 27th February 1864, the son of Harriet and John Richard Littlejohn. Buried 8th October 1865, aged 18 months

William Richard Raye LITTLEJOHN, born 29th August 1856, the son of Elizabeth and William Littlejohn

Dr. LIVESAY, resident in Malta 1837

…… LIVINGSTONE, aged 64 years, buried 20th September 1831

Thor LJUNGBERG, buried 18th February 1852, aged 27 years, from Stockholm, Sweden

William LLEWELLYN, aged 19 years, from London, buried 7th May 1831

Henry LLOYD, aged 35 years, bachelor, of Cardiff. Second Officer, Lord Cathcart, East Indiaman, married 23rd February 1819, to Margaret SMITH, aged 39 years, of Birmingham, the widow of Private John Smith, 39th Regiment

Hugh Lucas Walmsly LLOYD, aged 2 years 4 months, buried 19th January 1847

John LLOYD, aged 39 years, seaman, buried 17th March 1848

John Hughes LLOYD, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Margaret LLOYD, buried 12th October 1853, aged 89 years

Dr. Emanuele LOCANO, Mens Hospital Medical Staff, Junior Physician 1805

Mr. LOCKER, 1st Magistrate of Police, lived at 14 Strada Scozzese, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Alfred Parry LOCKER, born 24th April 1821, the son of Jane and John Locker

Alfred Parry LOCKER, buried 15th July 1825, aged 4 years, the son of John and Jane Locker

Charles Frederick LOCKER, born 1st January 1824, the son of Jane and John Locker

Elizabeth Charlotte LOCKER, born 17th February 1823, the daughter of Jane and John Locker

John LOCKER, aged 61 years, Magistrate of Judicial Police. Buried 12th December 1834

Sophia Decima LOCKER, born 23rd December 1825, the daughter of John and Jane Locker

Sophia Decima LOCKER, buried 3rd August 1828, aged 2 years 8 months, the daughter of Jane and John Locker

Stillingfleet LOCKER, born about 1820 in Malta. Living in Charlton, Kent, in 1851

Shillingflett LOCKER, born 11th November 1819, the son of John and Jane Locker

John Parnell Sampson LOCKHART, 21+, bachelor, of Weymouth, Devon, the son of William and Elizabeth Lockhart, Scripture Reader, Royal Navy, married 29th October 1873, to Madeline DIXIE, 21+, spinster, of Witham, Essex, the daughter of Charles and Harriet Dixie

William Charles LOCKHART, born 27th July 1874, the son of Madelene and Paul Parnell Sampson Lockhart

Ellis Anne Sophia LOCKYER, aged 38 years, buried 1st February 1859

Agnes LOFTUS, born 1876 in Zabbar. Her father was Patrick (Patricio) Loftus, and his wife Sonia, nee BORG

Charles Edwin LOGAN, aged 30 years, bachelor, the son of William Logan deceased, married 28th October 1899, to Lucy Emily KELLY, aged 18 years 7 months, spinster, the daughter of Lewis Kelly deceased

Mary Caroline LOMAX, aged 20 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Annie Lomax, married 11th September 1877, to Arthur STACEY, aged 29 years, bachelor, of Gillingham, Dorsetshire, the son of Charles and Rachel Stacey, Corporal, 11th Brigade, Royal Artillery

E. Lawrence LONG, buried 5th March 1822. Employed in Secretary’s office

James LONGDON, died 15th March 1859, aged two years two months, the son of Henry Longdon, of Senglea. He was trying to light a piece of paper from the fire when the flames caught his clothes. He sustained severe burns and died the next day

Stephen LONGHURST, 21+, bachelor, born Horley, Surrey, the son of John Longhurst, married 8th October 1875, to Mary WILLIAMSON, minor, with parents consent

Vincenza LONGLEY, 21+, widow of Samuel Longley, born Valletta, the daughter of Agostino and Maria ZAHRA, married 15th July 1873, to George CLARK, 21+, bachelor, of Ewhurst, Sussex, the son of Edward and Anne Clark, Gunner, Royal Artillery

William LOOKER, 21+, bachelor, of Kingston on Thames, the son of Edward and Mary Ann Looker, married 10th April 1871, to Mary Ann COLEIRO, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of John and Caroline Coleiro

James Henry LORD, died 19th April 1847, suddenly of croup, the infant son of the Reverend Lord, aged 5 months

John LORD, born about 1817 in Malta. Working as a Servant in Westminster, London, in 1851

Miles LORD, aged 24 years, seaman, buried 4th September 1865

Henry LORENSON, aged 22 years, buried 16th August 1856

Brutus Temple Palmer LOSACK, born 18th September 1851, the son of Teresa and Ferdinand Temple Palmer Losack

Ferdinand Temple Palmer LOSACK, 21+, bachelor, born in Florence, Italy, the son of Mary and Captain Francis Losack, Royal Navy, married 17th March 1851 to, Teresa Chiara Givachina Gertrude BACCANI, 21+, spinster, born in Rome, Italy, the daughter of Giovanni and Giuseppina Baccani of Rome

Julius Angelo Palmer LOSACK, born 18th October 1853, the son of Teresa and Ferdinand Temple Palmer Losack

Anne LOTT, the widow of George Lott, married 5th June 1838, to John CONELLY, 21+, bachelor, from Devon

George LOTT, 21+, bachelor, from Rochester, Kent, married 7th November 1831, to Anne MacGUIGGAN, minor, spinster, the daughter of Ann BENTLEY, of Clandermont, Ireland, with consent of her Guardian

George LOTT, aged 35 years, buried 20th December 1836

John James LOTT, born 23rd April 1835, the son of Anne and George Lott

Thomas George LOTT, born 20th October 1832, the son of Anne and George Lott

Charlotte St.Clare LOUCH, born 6th December 1863, the daughter of Eliza Jane and Richard Lucius Louch

Lizzy Margaret LOUCH, born 29th August 1862, the daughter of Eliza Jane and Richard Lucius Louch

F. LOVEL, Clerk, Civil Ordnance Department in 1847

Jane LOVELL, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of James Lovell, Evangelist Preacher, married 6th April 1896 to, John ARCHER, aged 30 years, bachelor, Private, King’s Royal Rifles, the son of Wesley Archer, Master Joiner

Charles LOWE, living at 36 Strada San Giovanni, Valletta, electoral list 1852. Then at 81 Strada Stretta in 1895 Voters list

Charles LOWE, Agent for Cunard Steamship Company, May 1884, at 81 Strada Stretta, Valletta

Joseph LOWE, aged 18 years, Mariner, died in the Civil Hospital, buried 9th April 1827

Margaret LOWE, born 6th November 1821, the daughter of Mary and Ralph Lowe

Mary LOWE, buried 15th December 1820, aged 11 months

N. LOWE, Freemason, The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1889

Alice Fiorini LOWELL, born 15th July 1851, the daughter of Elizabeth Hughes and Samuel Lowell

Charles James LOWELL, born 20th January 1837. Joined the education department as an assistant teacher in 1861. Assistant Schoolmaster Valletta Primary School, 1865, and continued his career in education

C.J. LOWELL, granted a licence to open a school 6th February 1884

Edmund Charles LOWELL, died 11th November 1850, aged 3 years 6 months, the youngest son of Richard Samuel Lowell, a merchant in Valletta

Samuel LOWELL, living at 94 Strada Forni, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Mr.Samuel LOWELL. Civil Court Case, 28th March 1853. In Autumn 1851 he left Malta for business travel to Italy, France and England. Upon his return some months later, he found his wife Elizabeth Hughes Lowell had moved from their house to live with Gregorio Fiorini. She took the children Charles James Lowell, Catherine Lowell, and Alice Fiorini Lowell, all minors. The two older children were returned to him

Eliza LOWNDES, died 19th May 1861, aged 68 years, the wife of the Reverend Isaac Lowndes

Miss E.N. LOWNDES, died 4th April 1846, aged 29 years, the daughter of the Reverend J. Lowndes, for many years Missionary at Corfu

Reverend John J. LOWNDES, Agent for the British & Foreign Bible Society in 1847. Living at 155D Strada Stretta, Valletta, in 1852

Ellen LOWRY, born about 1838 in Malta. In 1851 living in Bury, Lancashire

Richard LOWRY, aged 26 years, seaman, from Belfast, buried 22nd November 1871

Louisa LUARD, buried 20th October 1853, aged 34 years

Jacob LUCENA, died Friday 14th October 1831

Thomas Richard LUCKES, aged 37 years, Master of English Schooner Amyntas, buried 25th June 1857

Blanche LUCKHAM, aged 24 years, spinster, married 24th December 1894, to George FINCH, aged 33 years, widower, Marine Engineer

George LUCKMAN, born about 1798 in Malta. In 1851 living in Broadwater, Sussex

Annie Florence LUCY, born 31st October 1874, the daughter of Cornelius and Maria Lucy

Cornelius Caladine LUCY, born 20th July 1877, the son of Cornelius and Maria Lucy

William LUCY, born about 1814 in Malta. In 1851 living in Liverpool

Jane LUMSDERN (?), buried 17th June 1828, aged 49 years

J. LUMSDON, Artificer in the Factory, October 1857

Frederick LUNDIN, aged 27 years, Swedish seaman, buried 16th March 1871

Mary LUNDMAN, born 8th June 1819, the daughter of John and Margaret Lundman

Georgiana LUSCO, born 17th March 1834, the daughter of Rosina and Giuseppe Sebbastiano Lusco

Henry LUSHINGTON, living Via San Giuseppe, Birkirkara, electoral list 1852

Mary LUTLEY, aged 23 years, spinster, married 8th August 1887 to, Arthur SANDY, aged 24 years, bachelor, ERA, Royal Navy

Isabel E. LYCESTER, born in Malta about 1848. Living in Cookham, Berkshire, in 1851

Ralph Neville LYCESTER, born 24th April 1843, the son of Harriet Susan and Edmund Mortimer Lycester. In 1851 living in Cookham, Berkshire

George Henry LYNCH, aged 28 years, buried 4th October 1852

Mary LYNDON, born about 1802 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Aston, Warwickshire

Charles Robert LYNE, born 13th October 1848, the son of Matilda Catherine and Charles Lyne

John LYNE, buried 21st June 1842, in the Lazaretto, arrived on HM Steamer Medea, from Beirut. Dead on arrival

John LYNE, 21+, bachelor, born in Haileybury, Hertfordshire, Chief Clerk, Electric Telegraph Co., the son of Thomas and Jane Lyne, married 10th August 1858 to, Emily Esther Scrope SHRAPNELL, 21+, spinster, born in Calais, France the daughter of Eliza Emily and Zachariah Scrope Shrapnell

Henry LYNN, aged 34 years, seaman, buried 7th April 1856

Alexander LYON, buried 2nd November 1821, Mariner

Ada Charlotte Victoria LYONS, the daughter of the Hanoverian Consul Lyons, was baptised on board HMS Victoria, 15th July 1865, by the Reverend Stothert

Catherine LYONS, aged 61 years, buried 1st January 1858

M’, Mc, Mac, all placed at the beginning of ‘M’ section for clarification.

Duncan McARTHUR, widower, from Glasgow, Scotland, married 5th November 1840 to, Lorenza MIFSUD, 21+, spinster, of Vittoriosa

Duncan McARTHUR, resident Malta, retired, Engineer of Steam Dredging Vessel, 1865.

Michael McCARTHY, born in Malta about 1828. Living in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1851

Norah MACARTHY, aged 18 years, spinster, married 10th October 1891 to, Albert James PURKISS, aged 23 years, bachelor, 2nd Yeoman of Signals, Royal Navy, HMS Polyphemus

William McCARTHY, born in Malta about 1825. Living in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1851

Mrs M’CAULEY, the wife of D.S. M’Cauley, U.S. agent and Consul General for Egypt, gave birth to a son 24th February 1849, on board the U.S. frigate Constitution, from Malta to Alexandria

Charles Steward McCAULEY, died 25th August 1835 in Tripoli, the youngest son of Daniel McCauley, Consul of United States

Edward Yorke McAULEY, born 6th May 1844, the son of Frances Ann and Daniel Smith McAuley

Richard Jones McAULEY, born 7th August 1832 in Tripoli, the son of Frances Ann and Daniel Smith McAuley, American Consul in Tripoli

Richard James McAULEY, aged 1 year, the son of Daniel Smith McAuley, American Consul in Tripoli, buried 6th August 1833

Lachlan McBEAN, 21+, bachelor, from Scotland, married 22nd February 1837, to Mary ANDERSON, spinster, commonly called Mary BEVERLY, from London

Peter M'BEAN, buried 2nd May 1821, aged 20 years

John McCARTNEY, bachelor, from Ayr, Scotland, married 12th May 1849 to, Augusta Mary SPARKS, the widow of B. Sparks of the Clarendon Hotel, Valletta, nee BENNETT, the daughter of Mr.Bennett of Norrington Farm, Wiltshire

Mr McCARTNEY, Military Tailor and Habit Maker, from London, at 44 Strada Teatro, Valletta, in 1851

John M’CARTNEY, living at 44 Strada Teatro, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Sarah Roberts McCARTNEY, aged 32 years, buried 6th March 1868

H.J. MACAULEY, Asst.Deputy Com.General, Commissariat Department, in 1849

Margaret McCLELLAND, aged 38 years, the widow of Andrew McClelland. Buried 21st November 1848

Susan McCONNELL, aged 36 years, buried 3rd November 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

B. McCORMACK, Freemason, The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1889

John McCORMICK, born in Malta about 1833. In 1851 living in Bolton, Lancashire

Jonas Watson McCORMICK, aged 22 years, buried 11th April 1835

Jane McCOURT, born in Malta about 1826. In 1851 living in Millbrook, Hampshire

Charles Dalson McCREA, aged 5 months, buried 18th November 1859

Mary McCRICE, widow, married 11th September 1856 to, James BATTEN, Paymaster Sergeant, 57th Regiment

Alice Mary Elizabeth McCUDDEN, born 9th September 1877, the daughter of Johanna and William Thomas McCudden

Alice Mary McDERMOTT, born 27th November 1864, the daughter of Mary Anne and Cornelius William McDermott

Cornelius William McDERMOTT, born 4th June 1861, the son of Mary Anne and Cornelius William McDermott

Maria McDONAL, born in Malta about 1833. In 1851 living in Ford, Northumberland

Angus McDONALD, died 19th February 1853, arrived on the Edward Belton, of Newcastle, from Odessa and Constantinople. Died in the Lazaretto, from consumption. English, Seaman, aged 45 years

Charles MacDONALD, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Elizabeth McDONALD, born in Malta about 1838. In 1851 living in Preston, Lancashire

George MacDONALD, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

William McDONALD, born in Malta about 1841. Living in Preston, Lancashire, in 1851

Edward M'DONNELL, buried 11th February 1827, aged 4 years

Hugh Robert Edward McDONELL, born 18th February 1824, the son of Hugh and Ida Louisa McDonell, His Britannic Majesty's Agent and Consul General for Algiers

Dr. George Bean McDONEL, died 10th April 1850, arrived on the Steamer from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto

Hugh McDOUGALL, born about 1811 in Malta. Living in Ipswich, Suffolk, in 1851

Alexander David McDOWALL, baptised 19th August 1819, the son of Barbara and David Keay McDowall. He died and was buried 12th June 1820, aged 11 months

Barbara McDOWALL, aged 45 years, the wife of David Keay McDowall. Buried 7th January 1835

Charles William McDOWALL, aged 42 years, buried 25th July 1857

Charlotte Barbara McDOWALL, born 15th October 1841, the daughter of Susan Mary and John Joseph McDowall

Charlotte Barbara McDOWALL, buried 15th December 1842, aged 14 months

David Keay McDOWALL, aged 65 years, buried 27th May 1843

George Vernon McDOWALL, born 24th January 1821, the son of Barbara and David Keay McDowall. Died 21st March 1855

Grace Swanston Shearman McDOWALL, born in Chatham, Kent. She died 27th February 1886, aged 10 years from diphtheria, the elder daughter of William McDowall, Inspector of Machinery, Royal Navy

John McDOWALL, died 25th December 1843, at his residence in Strada Mercanti, Valletta, aged 29 years, the eldest son of the late D.K.McDowall, leaving a widow and only son

John Joseph McDOWALL, 21+, bachelor, Merchant, resident Malta, the eldest son of D.K. McDowall, married 23rd January 1841 to, Susan Mary BELL, 21+, spinster, the only daughter of the late Captain John Bell

John Joseph McDOWALL, buried 27th December 1843, aged 29 years

John Miller McDOWALL, born 3rd November 1843, the son of Susan Mary and the late John Joseph McDowall

Charles McDOWELL, living 32 Strada San Paolo, Valletta, electoral list 1852

George Vernon McDOWELL, living at 32 Strada San Paolo, Valletta, 1852

John McDOWELL, born about 1844 in Malta. In 1851 living in Cheltenham, GloucestershireMichael McEVEALLY, 2nd Class Constable, in 1855 he was granted a gratuity of £ 16.13.4d. since his length of service did not quality for a pension

Michael McDUKER, born in Malta about 1844. In 1851 working as a Boatman, and living in Woolwich, Kent

Malcolm McFAYDEN, died 7th July 1867, arrived on the Steamer Lancefield, from Tunis. Died in the Lazaretto. A steward

Margaret Dempster McGILL, aged 69 years, buried 17th December 1844

Margaret Wilhelmina MacGILL, died 3rd March 1836, aged 22 years, the daughter of Thomas McGill, at the Greek Consulate

Mary Eliza McGILL, born 26th August 1878, the daughter of John and Mary Anne Grace McGill

Thomas McGILL, died in Valletta 8th October 1844, Consul for Greece, aged 68 years

Thomas MacGILL, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1827

Patrick McGILLICK, Appointed Warder No.1, Corradino Prison, in October 1870

John McGOWAN, Seaman, of the Meteor, died 15th February 1834. The vessel off loaded 180 barrels of gunpowder on 13th February, then docked in the harbour. As the balance of the cargo was being unloaded the vessel exploded, and he was killed. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold. A subscription list was started to collect money for the families of victims of this disaster. A Total amount of £ 471. 6. 7¾d. was collected, from which Mrs. Isabella McGowan and her five children were given the sum of £ 60. 0. 0d.

Leotine McGRATH, died 24th July 1900, the wife of William McGrath. Born at Cherbourg, France, 30th July 1860

John McGUIGGAN, aged 26 years, buried 23rd November 1845

Mary MacGUINNES, born in Malta about 1799. Married. Living in Heworth, Durham, in 1851

Thomas McHARDY, born about 1834 in Malta. Living in Southampton in 1851

Andrew M'HAY, died 15th October 1861, aged 44 years. Belonging to English brig Patriotte, moored near Corradino Sally Port, found face down on the ground a short distance from the Sally Port, assumed he lost his way and fallen from a height

William McINTOSH, died 11th August 1851, arrived on the Steamer Indus, from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto. Aged 30 years, a Merchant

Charles MacIVER, died 31st December 1884, at his home Palazzo Sliema. In 1886 his body was taken back to England, and reburied in Childwall churchyard. He left a widow, Mary Ann. His fifth and sixth sons were William and Edward. He was born at Greenock, Scotland in 1812. One of the founders of the Cunard Shipping Line. In England he lived at Calderstones, south of Liverpool

John MacIVER, Died, (before 1884) leaving a widow Eliza MacIver, and a daughter of John Buckley Rutherford

Joseph McIVER, aged 11 months, buried 18th May 1846

Mary Ann MacIVER, 21+, spinster, of Rothesay, Bute, the daughter of Charles and Mary Ann MacIver, married 11th February 1878, to William LEKAY, 21+, widower, of Dublin, the son of Isaac and Isabella Lekay, Clergyman in the Church of England, M.A.

Daniel McKEAN, buried 13th September 1839

Philip McKEE, born in Malta about 1839. Living in a Boy’s Institution in Chelsea, London, in 1851

Elizabeth McKENNA, born in Malta about 1802. Married. Living in Cumberland in 1851

A.C. MACKENZIE, born in Malta about 1824. Living in Westminster, London, in 1851

Alexander MacKENZIE, granted a licence to open a school 24th August 1832

Alexander McKENZIE, 21+, bachelor, from Inverness, Scotland, married 19th June 1833, to Phoebe GRAY, the widow of Corporal George Gray, Royal Artillery, nee CHAPMAN

Andrew MACKENZIE, Compositor in the Government Printing Office, retired 1865

Duncan Campbell MacKENZIE, born 6th February 1824, the son of Margaret Campbell and John Mackenzie

Edward M'KENZIE, living 95 Strada Reale, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Flora MACKENZIE, minor, with her guardians consent, born Malta, the daughter of Hector and Emily Mackenzie, married 1st February 1877, to Charles John BANNISTER, 21+, bachelor, born Deera, India, the son of Charles and Harriet Bannister, Commissariat Department

Frederick MACKENZIE, retired from the post of Clerk No.5, Customs Department, in 1857. Living at 95 Strada Reale, Valletta, on electoral list 1852

George McKENZIE, born in Malta about 1833. Living in Bermondsey, London, in 1851

Hector Huntly MACKENZIE, Compositor at Government Press Office, in 1856. Living at 95 Strada Reale, Valletta, 1852

James MacKENZIE, buried 26th July 1826, aged 60 years

John MACKENZIE, from Scotland, married 16th December 1817 to, Anne McGILL, from Scotland

John MACKENZIE, Director of Government Works, lived at 16 Strada Scozzese, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

John Pendrill MacKENZIE, born 7th March 1825, the son of John and Margaret Campbell MacKenzie

Margaret Campbell Pendrill MacKENZIE, born 8th August 1826, the daughter of John and Margaret Campbell MacKenzie

Marianna MACKENZIE, Assistant Matron, Orphan Asylum, in 1856

Richard M'KENZIE, buried 18th February 1839, in the Lazaretto, arrived on the Frigate Talbot, from Smyrna. Died on board ship from a chest ailment

Roderick Bane MacKENZIE, born 14th September 1834, the son of Margaret Campbell and John MacKenzie

William MACKENZIE, died 18th January 1833, aged 65 years, at Floriana. He left a widow and thirteen children. Had been resident in Malta for 33 years

William McKENZIE, bachelor, of St.Margaret’s, Rochester, kent, married 13th April 1850 to, Rosanna HEALY, widow, from Co.Kildare, Ireland

John McKEON, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Elizabeth Isabella McKERROW, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Alexander McKerrow, Barrack Sergeant, married 9th January 1889 to Robert David TUPPEN, aged 27 years, bachelor, Schoolmaster, the son of David Tuppen

Ethel McKERROW, aged 18 years, died November 1895 in a painful manner due to injuries sustained in an accident. A paraffin lamp fell onto her dress. The daughter of Alexander and Elizabeth McKerrow

Lilian Ann McKERROW, aged 17 years, spinster, living at 194 Strada Stretta, Valletta, the daughter of Barrack Sergeant Alexander McKerrow, married 18th July 1889 to John LINNING, aged 25 years, bachelor, QMS, 1st Battalion, Royal Highlanders, the son of Matthew Linning, Labourer

Charles McKEY, living at 4 Strada San Margarita, Cospicua, 1852

Archibald McKILLER, Seaman, of the Meteor. The vessel off loaded 180 barrels of gunpowder on 13th February 1834, then docked in the harbour. As the balance of the cargo was being unloaded on the 15th February the vessel exploded, and several men killed. He was injured in the leg and eye. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

Sir Charles MacLEAN, resident Malta, electoral list 1853

William McLEAN, buried 29th October 1852, aged 26 years. Seaman, from the English Brig Alexander Wise from Ayr

Annie McLELLAN, born 8th June 1845, the daughter of John McLellan and his wife Elizabeth Armstrong. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Chatham, Kent

Elizabeth McLELLAN, born 8th June 1845, the daughter of John McLellan and his wife Elizabeth Armstrong. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Chatham, Kent

Mary Ainslie McLEOD, born 16th June 1875, the daughter of Amelia Godfrey and William Kelty McLeod

A. McMAHER, aged 29 years, buried 18th October 1838

Francis McMAHON, Professor of English Literature at Malta University 1839

Rachel McMAHON, born in Malta about 1835. Living in Westminster, London, in 1851

Adam Henry Muir MacMARRAN, aged 31 years, bachelor, Doctor of Medicine, the son of Thomas MacMarran deceased, married 13th March 1900 to, Jessie Marguerite McMICKAN, aged 34 years, spinster, the daughter of William McMickan deceased

William Hutton MacMICHAEL, aged 32 years, buried 20th September 1849

Alexander M'MILLAN, acting mate of the English brig, Eliza, lying in Grand Harbour. He was addicted to drink and went ashore the previous day but met with a fatal accident when returning to his ship at night, and found early the next morning. On 18th October 1838 a Coroner's inquest was held and the Verdict: Accidentally drowned when in a state of intoxication

Adam McMINN, born 1st July 1841, the son of Marian and Adam McMinn

Adam McMINN, buried 21st July 1841, aged 20 days

Ann McNAMARA, born in Malta about 1811. Married. In 1851 living in Limehouse, London

John M’NEILL, the Carpenter, and two other men went into the hold of the English Screw Steamer Sidon, which contained a cargo of Indian Corn. They were all overcome and taken out insensible. The other two came round but he didn’t and died the next day, 29th June 1862

Thomas McNERNEY, died 1st January 1898, at his residence, 80 Strada Ospedale, Valletta. An employee in HM Dockyard, but previously a musician in the Royal Navy for many years. Died in the Central Civil Hospital from heart disease

Emily MACQUART, the daughter of Giovanni Macquart from Malta, married at Ramieh near Alexandria, 15th July 1867, to Francis ONOFRIO, HM Consul at Alexandria

John McQUEEN, aged 46 years, Pensioner, buried 23rd April 1855

Hugh McQUIRE, widower, born in Edinburgh, now resident in Malta, married 28th June 1850 to, Justine HOUSELMAN, spinster, born Thurn Canton, Berne, Switzerland, now resident in Malta

James McULLOCH, aged 22 years, buried 2nd August 1850

James MACEY, aged 24 years, seaman, buried 14th August 1865

Frederick MADDISON, seaman, buried 4th September 1855

John MADDORN, died 2nd March 1852, arrived on the Schooner Ann, from Smyrna. Died in the Lazaretto, from smallpox

Carlo Enrico Augusto MAEMPEL, 21+, bachelor, from Saxe Gotha, Germany, married 7th November 1837, to Maria Giuditta Carmela Giovanna CALLEJA, 21+, spinster, of St.Paul’s Parish, Valletta

Maria Victoria MAEMPEL, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Jane and Charles Henry August Maempel, married 5th June 1877 to BARON MAXIMILLIAN von TUCHER, 21+, bachelor, Lieutenant, of Leitheirm, Bavaria, the son of Frieda and Baron William von Tucher

Herald MAGNUS, aged 22 years, buried 19th July 1856

Dr. S.C. MAGRI, Senor Assistant Superintendent of Police 1899

Angelo Paul Joseph MAGRO, born 21st January 1856 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmele MAGRO, born 28th September 1865 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis MAGRO, born 10th February 1806 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Theresa MAGRO, born 20th October 1889 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Richard MAHER, born in Malta about 1839. In 1851 living in Skircoat, Yorkshire

Phillipe MAILLER, 21+, bachelor, born in Naples, Italy, the son of Candida Mailler, nee FAGO, of Naples, and Joseph Mailler, of Vienna, Field Marshal in the Austrian Army, Knight of the Order of the Iron Crown. married 22nd August 1854 to, Anne Elizabeth WRIGHT, 21+, spinster, born in Hucclecote House, Gloucestershire, the daughter of Louisa sand Samuel Townsend Wright of Cork, Ireland. Field Marshall Mailler arrived in Naples in 1821 with the Austrian Army and remained there until his death in 1833

Daniel MAIND, arrived on the Ship Penrith, from Alexandria. Dead on arrival. Died from dysentery. Buried 1st November 1840, in the Lazaretto

E. MAINPRISE, resident in Malta, October 1857

Sir Thomas MAITLAND, born abt. December 1759, the second son of Mary Turner Maitland, nee Lombe, and James Maitland, the Seventh Earl of Lauderdale. He was commissioned into the 72nd Highlanders and saw action in India, particularly at the capture of Palicatchery in 1784. He remained in India and was appointed Major in the 62nd Regiment in 1790, and later in 1794 as Lieut-Colonel when in the West Indies. In 1798 he was made Colonel of the 10th West India Regiment. Further promotion to Lieut-General followed in 1806 when he became the Commander-in-Chief in Ceylon until 1811. He was appointed the Governor of Malta in 1813, and his influence was extended when High Commissioner of the Ionian Islands plus Commander-in-Chief of the Mediterranean, were added to his responsibilities in 1815. He died on the 17th January 1824, aged 66 years, at the home of his friend the Reverend Le Mesurier, in Floriana

Minnie MAIZZEY, aged 31 years, widow, the daughter of William and Minnie Maizzy, married 3rd June 1874, to Gavin ANDERSON, aged 37 years, bachelor, of Edinburgh, the son of David and Mary Anderson, Private, 71st Highland Light Infantry

Annie Isabella MAJOR, baptised 6th July 1865, the daughter of Stephen John Pierce and Lavinia Major, Chemist and Druggist

Francis William MAJOR, the son of Deputy Commissary General Major, aged 8 months, buried 12th March 1847

F.W.A.C. MAJOR, Deputy Commissary General in 1847

Mrs MAJOR, the wife of Asst.Commissary General Major, gave birth to a son 2nd April 1837

Mrs MAJOR the wife of Asst.Commissary General Major, gave birth to a daughter 19th May 1838

Sarah MAKIN, born in Malta about 1843. In 1851 living in Worksop, Nottinghamshire

Simon MALCOLMSON, aged 24 years, seaman, buried 4th August 1870

Benjamin MALLET, bachelor, of Heacham, Norfolk, married 8th January 1859, to Lucile PERRENOD, spinster, born Switzerland

Alice Mary MALLIA, born 12th February 1861, the daughter of Mary Ann and Paolo Mallia

Carolina MALLIA, spinster, born in Malta, married 17th April 1849 to,

James Nelson PURDIE, bachelor, born in Smyna

Elizabeth MALLIA, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Francis and Lucy Mallia, married 31st January 1856 to, Charles John PURDIE, 21+, bachelor, born in Smyrna, the son of James and Elizabeth Purdie

Fortune MALLIA, born 27th January 1837 in Zurrieq, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis Anthony MALLIA, born 14th May 1865 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Frederick John MALLIA, born 16th November 1859, the son of Mary Ann and Paul Mallia

Giovanna MALLIA, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Giovanni Mallia, married 13th July 1898 to, Edward James CLARKE, aged 28 years, bachelor, Engineer, HMS Ramillies, the son of William Donald Clarke

Lucy Arnett Venables MALLIA, died 26th February 1861, aged 70 years, the widow of Frances Mallia

Michael MALLIA, aged 30 years, buried 17th December 1846

Paolo MALLIA, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, the son of Maria and Giovanni Battista Mallia, Grocer, married 14th March 1858 to, Mary Ann BLACKLEY, 21+, spinster, born on the Isle of Wight, the daughter of Frederick and Mary Ann Blackley, now residents in Malta

Antonia MAMO, the daughter of Joachim and Margherita Cachia Mannarino Mamo, married 19th August 1806, to Vincent CASOLANI

Catherine MAMO, married 19th February 1854, to Sir Adrian Dingli, she was his first wife, and died in 1857. She was eldest daughter of Vincenzo Mamo

Caroline MAMO, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Ignazio and Rosa Mamo, married 22nd March 1864 to, James MARTIN, 21+, bachelor, born in Mullahack, Armagh, Ireland, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of Samuel and Mary Martin

Elena MAMO, married July 1854, to Captain Giacomo TAGLIAFERRO, of the Malta Militia. She was youngest daughter of Vincenzo Mamo

Elizabeth Jacqueline MAMO, 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Louis Mamo, Asst.Secretary to Government of Malta, married 7th May 1880, to Edmund Grindall FESTING, aged 34 years, bachelor, Lieut-Commander, HMS Coquette, the son of Benjamin Morton Festing deceased

Francis MAMO, born 5th July 1831 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph MAMO, active by 1810, as an import-export agent. Married to Miriam Mamo, and they had four sons

Mary MAMO, aged 23 years, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of Salvo and Kate SULLIVAN, married 21st September 1868 to, Thomas James ANSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Brentford, Middlesex, Private, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of Richard Anson

Mary Louise MAMO, the daughter of Pauline and Lewis Ovidio Mamo, married 14th April 1879 to Frederick George PRESTON, the son of Caroline and Thomas Edward Preston

Nicholas Michael Jerome MAMO, born 5th September 1852 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Rosa Maria MAMO, born 17th December 1868 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Teresa MAMO, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Calcedonio and Maria Mamo, married 12th March 1875, to Robert COPELAND, 21+, bachelor, of Queen’s County, Ireland, the son of John and Anne Copeland

Vincenzo MAMO, born 1789, was Clerk to the Secretary of Sir Alexander Ball on board HMS Trident, from October 1807 to November 1808. Later Secretary to the Supreme Council of Justice, and Cashier of the Treasury. Invested with the CMG in 1859

Countess MANDUCA PISCOPO MACEDONIA, died 6th December 1864, in Valletta, at an advanced age

Thomas MANFORD, living at 1 Piazza Regina, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Y. MANFORD, Clerk, Civil Ordnance Department, 1847

William James MANFORD, aged 5 days, the son of Thomas Manford, Ordnance Department, buried 9th June 1842

Vincent Joseph Carmen Francis MANGHINI, born 7th March 1854 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Gaspare MANGION, died 4th May 1851, aged 40 years, of apoplexy at Msida. Employed at the Custom House

Michael MANGION, aged 30 years, bachelor, the son of Calcidonio Mangion, married 15th September 1892, to Emily GROSSETT, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Robert Grossett

Vincent MANGION, born 22nd August 1861 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

James MANN, aged 25 years, seaman, buried 22nd October 1868

William MANN, Artificer in the Factory, October 1857

William MANNERS, seaman, buried 15th October 1854, aged 53 years

Lucien MANNUELLI, born 12th December 1894 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Sicond MANORINO, buried 7th August 1826, aged 70 years

Elizabeth MANSFIELD, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of John Mansfield deceased, married 14th December 1898, to Richard PALMER, aged 25 years, bachelor, Private, R.A.M.C., the son of George Palmer deceased

Dr. Francis MANSFIELD, resident in Malta 1837

Francis Thomas MANSFIELD MD, the 2nd son of Thomas Mansfield, Auditor Generals Department, married 21st October 1845 to Emily DERBISHIRE, the 2nd daughter of Henry Grant Derbyshire, and niece of the late Lieut-General Sir John Stuart

In 1833, John MANSFIELD, English Schoolmaster

John Baptist MANSFIELD, resident in Malta 1837. Had been 3rd Clerk in the Audit Office, and was granted a pension on medical grounds in April 1852. Died 25th October 1855, aged 47 years

Leah MANSFIELD, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of John Mansfield, married 24th December 1894, to Frederick William BURTON, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of George Burton,

Thomas MANSFIELD, died on Wednesday 2nd August 1848, aged 67 years, at his residence in Floriana. He was Senior Clerk in the Auditor Generals Office 1847, and enjoyed a long career in the public service. He left a widow Martha Mansfield

Agathonika Theodora MANUEL, died 22nd February 1871, the daughter of Frances and Alexander Basilio Manuel. Born in Gibraltar 4th September 1870

Alexander Basilio MANUEL, the husband of Frances Manuel, nee CORLETT. Born 1st March 1831 in Constantinople, died in Cheshire, England, February 1870

Basilio MANUEL, died 7th May 1873, aged 13 years, the son of Frances and Alexander Basilio Manuel. Born in London

Euphrosyne MANUEL, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of Alexander Manuel, Merchant, married 4th June 1881 to Joshua WHITAKER, aged 32 years, bachelor, Wine merchant, the son of Joseph Whitaker, Wine merchant

Frances MANUEL, nee CORLETT. Born in Malta 8th March 1835, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett. She married Alexander Basilio Manuel, who died in 1860. She died 22nd July 1902, aged 67 years, in Malta

Mary MANUEL, born in Salford, England, 2nd May 1867, the daughter of Frances and Alexander Basilio Manuel

Jean Carmel MANUELI, born 25th August 1863 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph John Emmanuel MANUELI, born 30th July 1857 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michael Peter John MANUELI, born 29th February 1860 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Peter MANUELI, born 26th September 1858 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Eustachio MANUSSI, 21+, bachelor, born in Sparta, the son of Giovanni and Maria Manussi, married 13th February 1855 to, Carolina BONDI, 21+, spinster, born in Leghorn, Italy, the daughter of Danieli and Anna Bondi

Mary Ellen MARAGRA, baptised 1853, the daughter of Richard Maragra

Mary Ellen MARAGRA, married 1874, to George HUMPHREY

Mary MARCHANT, born in Malta about 1817. In 1841 living in the household of John Marchant, Wellington Road, Marylebone, London. Married. Living in Marylebone, London, in 1851

Carmela MARCICCA, born 7th November 1839 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

L.R. MARICH, on 26th August 1869 his wife gave birth to twins, one son one daughter

Miss Marietta Rizzo MARICH, died Tuesday 31st March 1891, aged 21 years

Vincent MARICH established as a cigar and tobacco merchant, and Smoking Divan at 44 Palace Square Valletta, in 1838. After his death the business was run by his nephew Lawrence Marich

Married 5th October 1871 at the residence of the Bride’s father, by Reverend Archmandrite Soloman, of the Greek Orthodox Church, Milton MARINACHI, of Athens, currently the Greek Consul in Malta, to Marioel PETROCOCHINO, the daughter of Eustrato Petrocochino

Thomas MARKET, resident Malta, electoral list 1854

Theodora MARKHAM, born in Malta about 1802. Married. In 1851 living in Louth, Lincolnshire

John Brewer MARLEY, buried 16th August 1850. Aged 17 years, from the English schooner Triumphant

Reverend Serafino MARMARA, Teacher of Hebrew at the Lyceum, aged 70 years, had served for 39 years, retired in 1857

George MAROZZI, born 25th August 1847 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

John MARRABLE, Comptroller of Customs, 1896 – 1900

Sarah MARRIOTT, born in Malta about 1816. Married. Living in Felmersham, Bedfordshire, in 1851

George MARSH, born 24th September 1898 at Ricasoli, the son of Charles Marsh

William MARSH, died 18th August 1854, arrived on the Steamer Medway, from Woolwich via Gibraltar. Died in the Lazaretto, from cholera, aged 20 years. Fireman on the ship Medway

George B. MARSHALL, married 23rd May 1867 at the British Embassy Chapel, Constantinople, to Malvina MORTON, the youngest daughter of Thomas B.Morton

George B. MARSHALL, his wife gave birth to a daughter 22nd December 1869 at Pera

Henry MARSHALL, aged 40 years, seaman, from Lincolnshire, buried 21st May 1871

Mary MARSHALL, aged 20 years, buried 15th October 1842

Maud Mary MARSHALL, aged 26 years, spinster, married 3rd December 1887, to William Benjamin STEPHENS, aged 27 years, bachelor, Carpenters Mate, Royal Navy

Reuben MARSHALL, of the brig William stood trial for Piracy, January 1820. Found Guilty and sentenced to death but reprieved due to his previous good character, on 3rd February the night before his execution was to take place

Emily MARSTON, born in Malta about 1835. In 1851 living in Kensington, London

Elizabeth MART, born in Malta about 1816. Married. Living in Shoreditch, London, in 1851

Carmela MARTIN, died 25th July 1868, aged 58 years, at Sliema. The wife of William Martin

Cecil Edwin MARTIN, died 28th January 1870 in Algiers, of consumption, aged 33 years, of Holbrook Park, Horsham

Charles MARTIN, born 26th December 1853, the son of Carmela and William Martin

Charles MARTIN, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Charles MARTIN, living 7 Tigne Marina, Sliema, 1895 Voters list

Frances MARTIN, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of William and Carmela Martin, married 27th April 1867 to, Louis Julius August SCHAEFER, 21+, bachelor, born in Berlin, Mechanician, the son of Caroline and Carl Gottfried Schaefer

Francis MARTIN, Master Shipwright, HM Dockyard, 1871

George MARTIN, born 12th November 1850, the son of Carmela and William Martin

George MARTIN, buried 12th January 1853, aged 2 years

Gio.Battista MARTIN, living at 18 Strada Leone, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Henry MARTIN, born in Malta in 1824. Living in Brighthelmstone, Sussex, in 1851

Henry MARTIN, died 16th November 1841, in the Lazaretto. He arrived on HM Cambridge, from Beirut

Henry George MARTIN, aged 2 years 6 months, buried 9th July 1837

Jean Louis MARTIN, 21+, bachelor, born in St.Aubin-sur-Yonne, France, employee of Railway Company in Naples, the son of Gaetan and Adelaide Martin, married 23rd July 1857 to, Louise BRAUER, 21+, spinster, born in Bakenheim, near Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany, the daughter of Jean and Julie Brauer

John MARTIN, born 12th September 1848, the son of Carmela and William Martin

John M. MARTIN, living 13 Strada Ponente, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

Mary MARTIN, buried 13th November 1850, aged 7 years 5 months

Robert MARTIN, buried 15th February 1820, aged 36 years, Master of the Merchantman Alessia

Robert MARTIN, aged 33 years, bachelor, from Somerset, married 22nd July 1823, to Mary CLARKE, aged 30 years, spinster, from Emswell, Suffolk

William MARTIN, aged 18 years, buried 20th July 1838

William MARTIN, living at 25 Strada Irlandese, Valletta, electoral list 1852. Died 3rd January 1877, aged 66 years. Clerk to St.Pauls Church

William Henry MARTIN, aged 20 months, buried 10th September 1840

William Richard MARTIN, aged 2 years, buried 15th May 1836

Francois Louis Henri MARTINET, 21+, bachelor, from Canton du Vaud, Switzerland, married 27th November 1836, to Francesca VELLA, 21+, spinster, of Valletta

Ann MARTON, born in Malta 1807. Married. Living in West Bromwich, in 1851

Ellen Selina MARTYN, aged 11 months, buried 31st May 1847

Elizabeth MASKELL, the widow of William Maskell, married 27th January 1857 to, George BARRISTER, Colour-Sergeant, 28th Regiment

Sarah MASKELL, born in Malta about 1833. Working as a Servant in Cookham, Berkshire, in 1851

George MASON, buried 12th February 1841, in the Lazaretto, arrived on HM Ganges, from Marmorice. Dead on arrival. Died from consumption

John MASON, married 25th October 1820 to, Elizabeth LLOYD, resident in Malta

Susannah MASON, born in Malta about 1844. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

William Edward MASON, Electrical Fitter in HM Dockyard, killed 18th March 1915 whilst on board HMS Inflexible in the Dardanelles. Buried at sea

William MASON, born in Malta about 1848. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

James MASS, aged 16 years, buried 11th July 1856

Charles MASSEY, granted a licence to open a school 25th November 1839

Edward MASSY (MASSIE), living at 35 Strada Cospicua, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Ellen Eliza MASSEY, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Walter Massey, married 2nd January 1886 to, James ABBOTT, aged 23 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, the son of Robert Abbott

Victoria MASTERS, aged 37 years, widow of Edward Masters, the daughter of Salvatore PISCOPO, married 31st July 1882, to Josiah PACKMAN, aged 32 years, bachelor, Mason, the son of Joseph Packman

Horatia MATHIAS, born in Malta about 1827. Living in Brighton, Sussex, in 1851

Nicola MATTERA, hung on the 8th March 1823 for the murder of Antonio Zahra, a soldier in the Royal Malta Fencibles. Also known by the alias Giovanni Marchetti, he came from the island of Ischia

Anthony MATTIAS, born 21st October 1847 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Christina MATTOCK, buried 26th November 1854, aged 37 years

Elizabeth Mary Ann MATTOCK, born 8th September 1851, the daughter of Christina and Richard William Mattock

Elizabeth Mary MATTOCK, buried 28th October 1851, aged 1 month 20 days

Emily Jane MATTOCK, born 17th December 1852, the daughter of Christina and Richard William Mattock

Emily Jane MATTOCK, buried 19th December 1854, aged 2 years

James Thomas MATTOCK, born 11th November 1857, the son of Elizabeth and Richard William Mattock

Richard William MATTOCK, widower, from Fleckney, Leicestershire, married 11th September 1850 to, Christina SAUTTER, 21+, spinster, born Mannheim, Baden Baden, Germany, the daughter of Matthew and Frederica Elizabeth Sautter

Richard William MATTOCK, 21+, widower, from Fleckney, Leicestershire, the son of Joseph and Jane Mattock, Verger St.Paul’s Anglican Church, married 7th February 1857 to, Elizabeth CUMMING, 21+, spinster, born in Bedale, Yorkshire, the daughter of William and Christina Cumming

R.W. MATTOCK, Verger at St.Paul’s Anglican Church, 1861

Richard William MATTOCKS, 21+, bachelor, from Leicester, married 30th November 1842 to, Carmela QUINTANO, 21+, spinster, of Valletta

George Brown MATURIN, buried 24th October 1827, aged 27 years

Thomas MAXFIELD, Fireman of the English Screw Steamer Hawk was in the Civil Court on 5th March 1867, charged with riding his horse at full speed along a public road in the country on the 3rd March to the danger of the public.The witnesses were the Governor, Sir Henry Storks and the Military Secretary, Lieut-Colonel Peel. The Magistrate found him Guilty and fined him £ 5. The usual fine for this offence was half a crown or five shillings, and the Malta Times commented ‘….. the Governor will, if he has not already done so, show his disapproval of such official toadyism by reducing the fine in part or altogether’

Catherine Jane MAXWELL, born 16th April 1842, the daughter of Thomasina Ionia and Charles Francis Maxwell, Military Secretary to H.E. the Governor

Hilda MAXWELL, born in London in 1853, the daughter of Frances and Sir Peter Benson Maxwell. In 1881 living with her parents in Fareham, Hampshire. Her father was retired, Chief Justice of the Straits Settlements. Died 10th January 1885, unmarried

E. MAY, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1884

Richard MAY, aged 21 years, from Truro, Cornwall. From the Diane of Liverpool, found drowned in Grand Harbour. Buried 20th June 1841

Emma MAYRESS, born 22nd April 1843, the daughter of Amy and John Mayress

Mary Ann MAYRESS, born 23rd December 1839, the daughter of Amy and John Mayress

John MAYRISS, 21+, bachelor, from Middlesex, married 20th January 1839, to Amy BRIDGE, 21+, spinster, from Canterbury, Kent

Susan MAYRISS, born 26th February 1845, the daughter of Any and John Mayriss

Susan MAYRISS, buried 30th October 1845, aged 7 months

Alice Ann MEARA, aged 17 years, spinster, married 29th August 1890, to William LEWIS, aged 21 years, bachelor, Corporal, 1st Battalion, Welch Regiment

Ellen MEDCRAFT, died 16th April 1864, aged 34 years, born in Malta, the wife of Richard Medcraft

Ellen Sarah MEDCRAFT, born 6th August 1863, the daughter of Ellen and Richard Medcraft

Richard MEDCRAFT, 21+, bachelor, born in Toddington, Bedfordshire, the son of Richard and Hanna Medcraft, Overseer, Jackson & Co. Works, Malta, married 15th October 1857 to, Ellen POWER, 21+, spinster, born in Corfu, the daughter of John and Sarah Power

Richard Charles MEDCRAFT, born 13th February 1861, the son of Ellen and Richard Medcraft

MEDITERRANEE Hotel at 91 Strada San Lucia in 1847

Thomas MEDLEN, aged 27 years, bachelor, from Cornwall, Shipwright, Naval Arsenal, married 6th July 1823, to Jane PHERE, aged 28 years, from Cork, the widow of Thomas Phere, Corporal, 10th Regiment

Robert MEIER, Mate, aged 42 years, buried 4th February 1868

MEILACK Bros., boat builders, in 1898, at 41/43 Calcara Wharf

Josephine MELI, born 2nd June 1870 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Thomas Edward MELL, aged 54 years, buried 14th July 1831

Charles MELVILLE, aged 47 years, Engineer, buried 13th December 1870

John William MELVIN, aged 42 years, Master of the English barque Washington, buried 12th December 1857

Elizabeth H. MENDS, born about 1842 in Malta. In 1851 living in Alverstoke, Hampshire

Melita MENDS, born about 1820 in Malta. Married. Living in Alverstoke, Hampshire, in 1851

John Paul MERCIECA, born 14th March 1859 in Xewkija, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Lazare Joseph Francois MERCIECA, born 8th August 1807 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michael MERCIECA, born 14th September 1855 in Tarxien, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Rose Marie MERCIECA, born 22nd May 1828 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Xavier MERCIECA, born 28th January 1836 in Xewkija, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Frances MESSER, aged 22 years, spinster, of Strada Reale, Valletta, the daughter of Robert Walter Messer, Optician, married 24th June 1880, to Thomas Christie LESLIE, aged 25 years, bachelor, the son of Dickson Leslie, Draper

Meriam MESSIAH, died 20th February 1874, aged 60 years

Giovanni MESSINA, President of the Bank of Malta 1876, 1877, 1885, 1890 and 1891

Rosario MESSINA, President of the Bank of Malta 1859 and 1868

Hanna MESSULLAM, born 22nd August 1840 in Malta, the daughter of John and Maria Messullam, baptised by the Reverend Samuel Gobat of the Church Missionary Society in September 1840

John (Isaac) MESSULLAM, born in London October 1802, Hebrew, converted to Christianity and baptised by the Reverend Samuel Gobat, of the Church Missionary Society in July 1840

Maria MESSULLAM, born in Genoa September 1809, Hebrew, converted to Christianity and baptised by the Reverend Samuel Gobat of the Church Missionary Society in July 1840

Matthew MESSULLAM, born in Tunis 15th November 1837, the son of John and Maria Messullam, baptised by the Reverend Samuel Gobat of the Church Missionary Society in July 1840

Peter MESSULLAM, born in Tunis 12th July 1835, the son of John and Maria Messullam, baptised by the Reverend Samuel Gobat of the Church Missionary Society in July 1840

Renie METAXI, spinster, minor, born in Zante, the daughter of Spiro and Renie Metaxi, married 10th August 1865 to, John HANDLEY, 21+, bachelor, born in London, Drum Major, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of William and Mary Anne Handley

Charles Kitson METCALF, aged 19 years, Apprentice on the English barque Brougham, buried 17th June 1858

William L.R. METCALF, aged 13 months, buried 14th July 1861

Edith Margaret MEUTER, born 30th December 1887, the daughter of Jane and Willoiam Meuter, Clerk, P.&.O. Company

Gerhard William Kirton MEUTER, born 27th January 1884, the son of Jane and Arnold William Robert Henry Meuter, Clerk, P.&.O. Company

Mr. MEUNIER, hairdresser from Paris arrived and opened a shop at 275-277 Strada Reale, Valletta, in November 1847, selling fancy and toilette articles, as well as ‘a very elegant assortment of hats after the newest Parisian fashion’

Michael MEYLACH, born 8th May 1866 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Rosa Maria MEYLAK, born 20th September 1863 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmela MICALLEF, born 31st August 1850 in Qormi, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmela MICALLEF, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of Paolo Micallef, married 26th August 1894 to, Ernest John Ward READER, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal West Surrey Regiment, the son of Frederick William Reader

Caroline MICALLEF, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Joseph Micallef, married 2nd August 1883, to James CLAPSHAW, aged 34 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Artillery, the son of William Clapshaw

Fortunata Maria Carmela MICALLEF, 21+, spinster born Malta, the daughter of Luigi and Anne Micallef, married 26th January 1869 to, William George THOMPSON, 21+, bachelor, born Dublin, Fireman, HMS Caradoc, the son of William George and Jane Thompson

Francis Joseph MICALLEF, born 11th January in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Frances MICALLEF, born in Malta about 1777. A Pensioner living in Greenwich, Kent, in 1851

Grace MICALLEF, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Paolo and Rosa Micallef, married 20th January 1872, to Benjamin GRANT, 21+, bachelor, of Northants, the son of William and Alice Grant, Sergeant, 48th Regiment

Gratius Paul MICALLEF, born 22nd February 1874 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Jeanne Marie Anne MICALLEF, born 17th June 1864, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph MICALLEF, born 22nd August 1862 in Vittoriosa, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph Salvatore John MICALLEF, born 7th February 1868 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Josepha MICALLEF, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Paolo Micallef deceased, married 29th April 1883, to David John DAY, aged 28 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Edmund Day

Lawrence MICALLEF, born 18th March 1828 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Marianna MICALLEF, 21+, spinster, born Malta, daughter of John and Ellena Micallef, married 6th December 1866, to David James LOW, 21+, bachelor, born Kirkcaldy, Scotland, Assistant Paymaster, HMS Victoria, the son of David Low

Mary MICALLEF, minor, with her parents consent, born Malta, the daughter of Luigi and Anne Micallef, married 18th April 1873, to James WORLEY, 21+, bachelor, of Brighton, the son of Samuel and Agnes Worley, Stoker, HMS Lord Warden

Michael MICALLEF, born in Malta 1831, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michel Giovanni Battista MICALLEF, born 29th February 1823 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Peter MICALLEF, born 9th January 1850 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore MICALLEF, born 15th February 1832 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Thomas G. MICALLEF, President of the Anglo-Maltese Bank 1889

Xaverius MICALLEF, of Qormi, graduated from Malta University as a Doctor 1809

MICALLEF’s Hotel at 81 Strada Stretta, Valletta, in 1847

Carlo MICALLEF-EYNAUD, Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1889 - 1899

Stefano MICALLEF-EYNAUD, Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1873 - 1879

Mrs. MICHEL, died 30th April 1836, in Valletta, the wife of Auguste Michel of Marseilles, aged 46 years, leaving a large family

Frederic August MICHEL, 21+, bachelor, born Freiburg, Hesse, Germany, the son of Susanna and Daniel Michel, married 20th November 1845 to, Caroline VAILLANT, 21+, spinster, born in Worms, Germany

Frederick August MICHELL, buried 17th December 1845

Thomas Smith MIDDLEMISS, aged 4 months, buried 30th July 1870

Robert Craven MIDDLETON, aged 28 years, bachelor, from Hull, married 3rd August 1824, to Margaret COTTER, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of Eleanor and Robert DAY

Robert MIDDLETON, born in Malta about 1848. In 1851 living in Monkleigh, Devon

Herman Otto MIEBRODT, aged 40 years, from Rielnetz, near Rostock, buried 3rd January 1869

Anthony MIFSUD, born 11th January 1877 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carmelo Mariano Salvatore MIFSUD, born 10th January 1856 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Evangelista Maria MIFSUD, born 17th January 1859 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis Rosaire MIFSUD, born 4th December 1850 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph Vincent MIFSUD, born 20th January 1854 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Lorenza MIFSUD, 21+, spinster, of Vittoriosa, married 5th November 1840 to, Duncan McARTHUR, widower, from Glasgow, Scotland

Lorenzo MIFSUD, President of the Bank of Malta 1884

Mary MIFSUD, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of Michael Mifsud, Carman, married 7th October 1895 to, George SAUNDERS, aged 28 years, bachelor, Labourer, the son of Benjamin Saunders deceased

Paul Joseph MIFSUD, born 19th August 1862 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Rosaire MIFSUD, born 5th November 1873 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Saverio MIFSUD, born 10th January 1839 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

George MILBURN, aged 24 years, Carpenter, English Brig Harcourt, buried 13th August 1859

Henry MILBURN, Constable 2nd Class, Interior Police, 1865

John MILBURN, Commander, s.s. Florida, died 2th June 1864, at sea near Alexandria, aged 48 years. Interred in the Protestant Burial Ground at Alexandria

Pliny MILES, died 7th April 1865, aged 46 years. From New York, U.S.A.

George MILLAR, aged 15 years, buried 30th August 1841, in Fort Chambray Burial Ground

J.S. MILLAR, watch and clock maker, at 228 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1849

James Scotton MILLAR, 21+, bachelor, born in Newcastle, Staffordshire, Jeweller, the son of George and Phyllis Millar, married 13th September 1854 to, Irene CORVAJA, 21+, spinster, born in Sicily, the daughter of Barone Giuseppe Corvaja and his wife Baronessa Carmela Rivoloni of Calascibetta, of Sicily

Phyllis MILLAR, died 16th April 1855 in Gozo, aged 64 years, the wife of George Millar, Commissariat and Ordnance Storekeeper, Gozo

William MILLAR, aged 7 months, buried 20th July 1868

Fairfax Ellis MILLARD, born 7th September 1892, the son of Clement and Ellen Millard, Civil Engineer

Rennie MILLARD, born 10th June 1890, the son of Clement and Ellen Millard, Civil Engineer

James MILLEN, 21+, bachelor, born in Brighton, Sussex, Servant, the son of Charles and Francis Millen, married 7th June 1852 to, Matilda PRIKE, 21+, spinster, born in Exeter, Devon, the widow of George Prike, and the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth FINCH

John MILLEN, from Barbados, West Indies, married 15th November 1817, Rose SMITH, from Egypt

Alfred Henry MILLER, born 10th December 1825, the son of Matilda and Thomas Bristow Miller, Shipwright in the Naval Arsenal. In 1851 living in Portsea, Hampshire

Arthur MILLER, born 21st October 1867, the son of Elizabeth and Augustus Miller

Augustus MILLER, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Charles MILLER, born 27th April 1821, the son of Matilda and Thomas Bristow Miller, Shipwright in the Naval Arsenal

Charles MILLER, buried 12th April 1826, aged 5 years

Charles Augustus MILLER, born 7th November 1864, the son of Elizabeth and Augustus Miller, employee P.&.O. Company

Charles Ferdinand Eugene MILLER, aged 29 years, bachelor, Merchant, the son of Charles Eugene Mueller, married 28th January 1883, to Frances Elizabeth Josephine SEIFRIZ, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of Frederic Seifriz

Elizabeth Ann MILLER, aged one year, buried 12th September 1857

Eliza Mary MILLER, aged 40 years, the wife of Thomas Miller, buried 26th October 1856

Frederick Frances MILLER, baptised 27th January 1833, the son of Matilda and Thomas Bristow Miller. In 1851 living in Portsea, Hampshire

George MILLER, living at 7 Strada San Giorgio, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

George Edward MILLER, aged 3 years, buried 27th November 1859

George Francis Richard Edwin MILLER, born 24th August 1858, the son of Matilda and William Henry Miller

Giuseppe MILLER, living 51A, Strada Reale, Sliema, 1895 Voters list

Henry MILLER, Constable 1st Class, Interior Police, 1865

Henry Albert MILLER, born 24th November 1858, the son of Caroline and Robert Miller

James MILLER, living at 40 Nuovo Fabbrica, Senglea, electoral list 1852

James Benjamin Robert MILLER, born 6th January 1858, the son of Matilda and William Henry Miller

James Scotto MILLER, living at 228 Strada Reale, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Jane Sutherland MILLER, the daughter of the late William Miller of Fifeshire, married at St.Andrew's Scots Church by Reverend George Wisely, to Silas WAYMOUTH, Royal Navy. She is the sister-in-law of Dr.Wisely

Jesse Elizabeth MILLER, aged one year, buried 29th October 1856

Reverend John Castleton MILLER, 1775 - 1828. Rector of Milton Malsor, near Northampton. Officiated at Anglican baptisms, marriages and burials in Malta, from 1805 till 1815. Then briefly in 1818

John Henry William MILLER, born 5th August 1862, the son of Elizabeth Anne and Augustus Miller

Joseph Mark MILLER, born 4th February 1828, the son of Thomas Bristow and Matilda Miller, Shipwright in Naval Arsenal

Joseph MILLER, born in malta about 1828. Living in Harborne, Staffordshire, in 1851

Julia Jeanette MILLER, born 1st April 1837, the daughter of Matilda and Thomas Bristow Miller. In 1851 living in Portsea, Hampshire

Louisa Alice MILLER, aged 6 years, the daughter of Eliza and Thomas Miller, buried 26th October 1856

Louisa Paulina MILLER, aged 3 years 4 months, buried 15th July 1861

Mary Jane MILLER, born 14th November 1825, the daughter of Phyllis and George Miller, residing in the island of Gozo

Matilda Ann MILLER, born 28th July 1850, the daughter of Matilda and William Henry Miller

Matilda Ann MILLER, buried 31st January 1852, aged 18 months

Matilda MILLER, born about 1824 in Malta. Living in Portsea, Hampshire in 1851

Robert MILLER, resident Malta, electoral list 1856

Robert MILLER, aged 5 weeks, buried 31st December 1858

Robert Page MILLER, born 30th July 1854, the son of Caroline and Robert Miller

Sarah Esther MILLER, born 4th Janury 1852, the daughter of Caroline and Robert Miller

Sarah Jane Eliza MILLER, born 29th November 1853, the daughter of Matilda and William Henry Miller

Sarah Jane Ellenor MILLER, born 15th October 1830, the daughter of Matilda and Thomas Bristow Miller, Shipwright in the Naval Arsenal. In 1851 living in Portsea, Hampshire

Sarah Jane Eliza MILLER, aged 20 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of William and Matilda Miller, married 20th July 1874, to James BREADON, aged 24 years, bachelor, of Fermanagh, Ireland, the son of Samuel and Margaret Breadon, Private, 1st Battalion, 18th Regiment

W. MILLER, HM Dockyard Police, October 1857

William MILLER, 21+, widower, Policeman in HM Dockyard, the son of John and Margaret Miller, married 13th November 1858 to, Sarah WELLS, 21+, spinster, born in Harton, Sussex, the daughter of William and Hannah Wells

William MILLER, 21+, widower, born in Portsmouth, Police Constable in HM Dockyard, the son of John and Margaret Miller, married 15th April 1863 to, Emily CLARKE, 21+, spinster, born in Bradfield, Suffolk, the daughter of John and Hannah Clarke

William Henry MILLER, born 27th May 1852, the son of Matilda and William Henry Miller

William MILLS, aged 43 years, from Northumberland, buried 2nd February 1846

John MILNE, aged 47 years, buried 10th December 1832

Walter Hebden MILNER, 21+, bachelor, of Clapham, Surrey, the son of John Milner, married 20th October 1879, to Adele Mary COKE, 21+, spinster, of Langton Hall, Derbyshire, the daughter of Richard George Coke

Gaspara MINAURA, of Syracuse, Sicily, married 16th January 1841, to Paolo Gaetano BELFIORE, bachelor, of Ferla, Sicily. A sworn statement made by Angelo MORO, a native of Genoa, said that he was a friend of Paolo BELFIORE, who had been a monk in Holy Orders but had run away from Sicily in consequence of his having murdered a brother monk. On Malta he resided with two sisters in Misida, Laura and Gaspara MINAURA. They attended the protestant church and were of independent means.

Mary MINEO, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Mario Mineo, married 28th August 1893, to James WALLER, aged 30 years, bachelor, Corporal, M.S. Corps, the son of Frederick Waller

MINERVA Hotel at 57 & 142 Strada Stretta, Valletta, in 1847

MINTER , buried 26th December 1841, arrived on HM Thunderer, from Beirut. Black, boy. Died on board, from smallpox

MITCHELL’s Lodging House at 41 Strada San Giovanni, Valletta, in 1847

Abraham George MITCHELL, buried 28th October 1848, aged 56 years

Alice Mary MITCHELL, orn 5th October 1882, the daughter of Henry and Mary Louisa Mitchell, Telegraphist

Anna MITCHELL, died 18th December 1873, aged 73 years. Born 16th April 1800

Catherine Elizabeth MITCHELL, born in Malta about 1836. Living in Manchester in 1851

Frank Frederick Mason MITCHELL, born 5th September 1889, the son of Henry and Mary Louisa Mitchell, Telegraphist

Gladys Eileen MITCHELL, born 3rd October 1884, the daughter of Henry and Mary Louisa Mitchell, Eastern Telegraph Co.

Henry Alan Mason MITCHELL, born 25th August 1886, the son of Henry and Mary Louisa Mitchell, Telegraphist

H. MITCHELL, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1886

N. MITCHELL, died 8th October 1847, at Royal Naval Hospital Bighi, of Milo, for many years pilot in H.M. service

Peter MITCHELL, born in Malta about 1824. Living in Poplar, London, in 1851

Emma Laura MITTELHOZER, married 24th October 1837, at Palermo, Sicily, by Reverend Thomas R.Lambert, United States Navy, to Alphonso HENNEQUIN

Angiolina MIZZI, spinster, minor, born in Senglea, Malta, the daughter of Carlo and Maria Teresa Mizzi, married 2nd May 1869 to, Elia GOICOVICH, 21+, bachelor, born in Trieste, Austria, Merchant Captain of the Achilles, the son of Savario and Anna Goicovich

Carmela Angiolina Annunciata MIZZI, born 23rd March 1866 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Claude V. MIZZI, born 18th November 1843 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Filomena Carolina Matilda MIZZI, spinster, minor, the daughter of Vincenzo and Paulina Mizzi, married 25th February 1868 to, James George Winlo RICKCORD, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, Clerk in HM Dockyard, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Rickcord

Rosa MIZZI, aged 22 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of John Baptist Mizzi, married 16th October 1879, to William PEIRCE, aged 25 years, bachelor, of Isle of Wight, the son of Charles Peirce, Corporal, Royal Artillery

Salvatore Joseph MIZZI, born 5th August 1852 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Spiridione MIZZI, married 28th October 1899, aged 51 years, widower, Fitter, to Caterina SCERRI, aged 25 years, spinster

Catherine MOBERLY, born in Malta about 1814. Married. Living in Shoreham, Sussex, in 1851

John MOLINS, aged 43 years, buried 20th January 1849

Catherine MOLLER, born in Malta about 1822. Working as a Servant in 1851 in Congleton, Cheshire

Francis MOLTALDO, born in Valletta 1839, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Lawrence MOLTALDO, born in Valletta 1836, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Josephine MOLYNEUX, 21+, the widow of Thomas Blayds Molyneux, born in Malta, the daughter of Maria and Vincenzo MAMO, married 10th December 1861 to, St.John EDWARDS M.D., 21+, bachelor, born in Bangor, North Wales, Physician, the son of Robert and Susannah Edwards

Thomas Blades MOLYNEUX, bachelor, of Walton on the Hill, Lancashire, the son of the late Anthony and Nancy Blades Molyneux, of Newsham House, near Liverpool, married 8th April 1844 to, Giuseppa MAMO, spinster, minor, the daughter of Vincenzo and the late Maria Mamo

Thomas Bladys MOLYNEUX, died 19th May 1860, aged 47 years, from Liverpool

Agata MONREAL, 21+, spinster, of Valletta, married 22nd October 1839, to James SOMERVILLE, 21+, widower, from Glasgow

Genesio MONREAL, born in Malta about 1816. Living in St.Pancras, London, in 1851

Philip MONREAL, died in Redjaf, near Lado, East Africa, 4th February 1898, aged 22 years. He was employed by the Government of the Congo Free State

Reverend Vere MONROE, buried 21st October 1841, aged 39 years

Giuseppe MONREAL, Clerk in the Treasury, 1865

Maria MONTALDO, of Senglea, married 8th June 1817 to, James STOCKER, from Devonshire

Adelaide Mabel MONTANARO, born 7th January 1858, the daughter of Caroline Eliza and Alfred Geroge Montanaro

Alfred Monroy MONTANARO, born 9th July 1860, the son of Caroline Eliza and Alfred George Montanaro

Amy Maude Mary MONTANARO, born 14th November 1856, the daughter of Caroline Eliza and Alfred George Montanaro

Charles Alfred MONTANARO, born 20th June 1855, the son of Caroline Eliza and Alfred George Montanaro

Giacomo MONTANO, President of the Bank of Malta 1883

George MONTEBELLO, born 31st August 1841 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Josepha Pauline MONTEFORT, born 12th November 1858 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

J. MONTGOMERY, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1884, 1885. District Grand Secretary 1887. District Grandscribe E, the District Grand Chapter 1888. Second District Grand Principal 1889

Robert MONTGOMERY, born in Malta about 1809. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Jane MONTJUNIE, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Michael Montjunie, married 28th November 1872, to William SHARPE, 21+, bachelor, of Closeland, Queens County, Ireland, the son of William Sharpe, Private, 52nd Light Infantry

Felix Paul MONTOSI, born 5th April 1824 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Alice Mary Perdril MOODY, baptised 8th October 1868, the daughter of James Leith and Mary Moody

Reverend James MOODY, his wife gave birth to a daughter 9th August 1868, in Valletta

Andrew MOOR, mariner, aged 21 years, buried 28th September 1842

Albert MOORE, 21+, bachelor, of Faversham, Kent, the son of William and Martha Moore, Engine Fitter, married 21st July 1878, to Philippa Victoria Felicitas Laurentia Francisca Catharina Maria BROWN, aged 18 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of John and Victoria Brown

Albert MOORE, Fitter, HM Dockyard, November 1879

Augusta Sophia MOORE, born in Malta about 1825. Living in Bishopsteignton, Devon, in 1851

Carmelo MOORE, living 153 Strada San Lucia, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

Charles Herbert MOORE, born 12th March 1872, the son of John and Isabella Elizabeth Moore, Schoolmaster

Eliza MOORE, born 29th January 1828, the daughter of Mary and Niven Moore, Chancellor to H.M.Embassy at Constantinople, now residing in the city of Valetta

Elizabeth MOORE, born 12th October 1820, the daughter of John and Jane Moore, Shipwright in the Naval Arsenal

Filippo MOORE, living 153 Strada San Lucia, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

George MOORE, buried 10th December 1841, arrived on the Steamer Medea, from Zante. Dead on arrival

George MOORE, President of the Anglo-Maltese Bank 1812

George P. MOORE, aged 36 years, seaman, from Sussex, buried 9th November 1871

Harry Francis Beauchamp Seymour MOORE, born 26th August 1882, the son of John Samuel and Mary Anne Moore, Secretary to the Naval Commander in Chief

Henry Vallette MOORE, born 23rd January 1829, the son of Niven and Mary Moore

James MOORE, buried 30th September 1847, aged 60 years, from Scotland

James MOORE, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Paolo MOORE, living at 146 Strada San Domenico, Valletta, 1852

Ponsonby William MOORE, born 29th April 1846, the son of Augusta Sophia and Ponsonby Arthur Moore. Living in Bishopsteignton, Devon, in 1851

W. MOORE, Freemason, Deputy District Grand Master in 1894. Second District Grand Principal 1895

William A. MOORE, living 90 Strada San Giovanni, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

W.B. McLeod MOORE, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1850

William John MOORE, born 27th April 1880, the son of Albert and Phyllis Moore, Engine Fitter, living Isola

Elizabeth MOREWOOD, born in Malta about 1816. Living in Stoke on Trent in 1851

Elizabeth MORGAN, born in Malta about 1817. Working as a Servant in 1851 in Marylebone,  London

John MORGAN, aged 57 years, Pensioner, late 28th Regiment, buried 29th October 1840

Mary Ann MORINALL, aged 17 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Ferdinand Morinall, married 28th September 1868 to, William JONES, 21+, bachelor, born in Cheltenham, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of Charles Jones

Reverend John Hall James MORISON, died 8th November 1861, at the Imperial Hotel

Theodore MORISON, born 9th May 1863, in Malta, the son of Francis and James Augustus Morison. Baptised at St.Pauls in Athens, Greece, 7th June 1863

Ferdinand MORITZ, died 19th December 1866, on Prussian corvette Gazelle, fell from aloft and killed on the spot

George MORLEY, aged 26 years, bachelor, the son of George Morley, married 19th September 1891, to Mary Anne CHISHAM, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of John Chisham

G. MORLEY, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1894

MORRELL’s Hotel at 150 Strada Forni, Valletta, in 1847

MORRELL’s Lodging House at 103 Strada Vescovo, Valletta, in 1847

MORRELL’s Country House at Pieta in 1847

Adela Lucy MORRELL, born 16th September 1858, the daughter of Sarah jane and Stephen Morrell

Catherine MORRELL, died 4th June 1861, aged 83 years, the widow

of George Morrell. From Wales

Emily Isabella MORRELL, born 12th December 1856, the daughter of Sarah jane and Stephen Morrell

George MORRELL, Hotel Keeper, in 1847. On electoral list 1849

George MORRELL, aged 26 years, buried 14th May 1850, the son of George Morrell

George MORRELL, aged 66 years, buried 20th July 1850

George Henry MORRELL, 21+, bachelor, born in Gibraltar, married 9th September 1845 to, Eliza BENNETT, 21+, spinster, born in Southampton

George Stephen Francis MORRELL, born 27th May 1854, the son of Sarah Jane and Stephen Morrell

George Stephen Francis MORRELL, aged 21 months, buried 21st February 1856

Sarah Louisa MORRELL, born 6th November 1861, the daughter of Sarah Jane and Stepehn Morrell

Stephen MORRELL, living at 150 Strada Forni, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Stephen MORRELL, 21+, bachelor, born in Gibraltar, Hotel Keeper in Malta, the son of George and Catherine Morrell, married 24th February 1853 to, Sarah Jane GATES, 21+, spinster, born in Staines, Middlesex, the daughter of Timothy and Anne Gates

Stephen MORRELL, died 20th December 1868, aged 45 years. Born Gibraltar. Hotel Keeper

Mr. MORRIS, English teacher at Malta Protestant College, September 1856

E.H. MORRIS took over the business of F.Blackley in 1890, after the death of the original owner

Henry MORRIS, 21+, bachelor, born in West Coker, Somerset, the son of John Greenham Morris, married 13th August 1845 to, Giuditta VASSALLO, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of G.M. Vassallo

Henry MORRIS, Ship’s Chandler & Agent, at 14 Strada Levante, Valletta, in 1847. Present at the first Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, held on 1st January 1849. On electoral list 1849

Henry MORRIS, died 13th September 1850, aged 27 years, Ship’s Chandler, leaving a young widow

Isaac Praed MORRIS, born 5th October 1866, the son of Mary and Isaac Morris

Jeanette MORRIS, born in 1844. Appointed Matron of the British Seaman’s Hospital on 1st March 1882

Joseph MORRIS, died 19th September 1842, aged 68 years, of which 35 were spent in Malta. He left a widow

Mrs Mary MORRIS, died 27th October 1844, aged 61 years

T.C. MORRIS, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1887

Reverend William MORRIS, aged 38 years, born in Wem, Shropshire, died on Friday 23rd November 1900. He worked for the Church Missionary Society in East Equatorial Africa and Egypt from 1887 to 1898, and was the Chaplain at the English Church in Messina, Sicily

Reverend John H. MORRISON, aged 34 years, buried 9th November 1861

Henry Brown MORSE, living 9 Ghar-id-Dud, Sliema, 1895 Voters list

Charles MORTIMER, buried 17th December 1829, aged 36 years

Frederick William MORTIMER, aged 23 years, bachelor, Fitter, married 27th October 1886, to Alice NOBBS, aged 24 years, spinster

H.C. MORTIMER, living 5 Strada Mercanti, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

Robert James MORTIMORE, aged 13 years, the son of C. Mortimore, Ordnance Pensioner, buried 25th May 1828

Ellen MORTLEY, aged 18 years, buried 18th February 1845

Elizabeth MORTON, born in Malta about 1816. In 1851 living in Marylebone, London

Malvina MORTON, the youngest daughter of Thomas B.Morton, married 23rd May 1867 at the British Embassy Chapel, Constantinople, to George B. MARSHALL

Mary MORTON, the eldest daughter of T.B. Morton, married December 1869 at the British Embassy Chapel, Pera, to William WATSON, of Galatz, the eldest son of the late J.A. Watson

Helen MORTYNE, aged 28 years, widow, the daughter of John TROY, married 29th January 1883, to Thomas Eden MOGFORD, aged 23 years, bachelor, Private, 2nd Battalion, Durham Light Infantry, the son of Thomas Mogford

William MOSS, Smith, working in HM Dockyard January 1809

Ellen Selina Georgina MOSTYN, born 28th June 1846, the daughter of Cecilia and Henry Thornton Mostyn M.D.

Henry Thornton MOSTYN MD, died 22nd October 1848, late Surgeon 47th

Regiment, in his 59th year, at the residence of his son in law Samuel Woodhouse, Horley Hall, Cheshire, England

Louis Oakeley MOTT, born 16th March 1879, the son of Charles Augustus and Constance Gertrude Hall Mott

Mr. MOULE, English teacher at Malta Protestant College, September 1856

Born on 28th December 1871, a son to Rosia MOUNT, the wife of W. Albert Mount

W.Albert MOUNT, Clerk Storekeeper, Isola, Naval Dockyard, in 1856/1857

Richard MOUNTENEY, aged 33 years, seaman, buried 14th March 1856

Elizabeth Ada MOUNTJOY, married 3rd March 1888, aged 23 years, spinster, to Albert SELBY, aged 25 years, bachelor, Fitter

George MOWAT opened ‘Victoria’, No.1 and 2 Strada Santa Maria, Casal Tarxien, as a respectable Inn, 2nd January 1846

George Cootes MOWAT, died Sunday, 11th February 1849, at the Victoria Hotel, Tarxien, after a long illness, aged 52 years. The last ship he served in was the Steamer Alecto. He had served for many years under the British flag. He left a widow and two children

R. MOWAT, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1872

Henry Eric MOWBRAY, born 12th August 1863, the son of Eliza Anne and George Henry Mowbray. Buried 5th November 1864, aged 13 months

Herbert Hallett MOWBRAY, born 14th August 1865, the son of Eliza Ann and George Henry Mowbray

Edward William MUDD, aged 29 years, bachelor, Sailmaker, the son of Edward Mudd, Civil Engineer, married 18th February 1880, to Sarah Anne Louisa CHAPMAN, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of William Chapman, Engineer HM Dockyard

Ludwig Edward Alexander MUELLER, baptised 26th October 1861, the son of Ludwig and Charlotte Ellis Mueller, Merchant and Consul at Cairo, Egypt

John MUHLEISEN, 21+, bachelor, born Bortlingen, Wurttemberg, the son of George and Maria Muhleisen, married 31st August 1844 to, Jemima CANNON, 21+, spinster, born in Reading, Berkshire, the daughter of Sarah and William Henry Cannon

MUIR’s Lodging House at 42 Strada Mezzodi, Valletta, in 1847

George MUIR, Bookseller & Library, at 247 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847. Living at 42 Strada Mezzodi, Valletta, on electoral list 1852

Mary Jane MUIR, born 27th July 1848, the daughter of Fanny and George Muir. Twin sister of Thomas Douglas Muir

Robert MUIR, Mate of English barque Sarah Ann. Died 3rd February 1868, he accidentally fell from St.Barbara Bastion onto the Marina and was killed

Thomas Douglas MUIR, born 27th July 1848, the son of Fanny and George Muir. Twin brother of Mary Jane Muir

Francis MULA, born 20th December 1861 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Norah Dillon MULHOLLAND, born 10th August 1897 the daughter of John Patrick and Emma de Beaumont Mulholland, A.I.E.E.

Patrick Desmond MULHOLLAND, born 5th February 1896 the son of John Patrick and Emma de Beaumont Mulholland, A.I.E.E.

Mr. MULLER, Collector of Sea Customs, lived in an apartment at the Custom House, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Frederick Richard MULLER, born 16th October 1856, the son of Charlotte and Ludwig Muller

George Ludwig MULLER, born 17th August 1855, the son of Charlotte and Ludwig Muller

Ludwig MULLER, 21+, bachelor, born in Friesdorf, Bavaria, Merchant, the son of Catherine and George Ludwig Muller, married 31st May 1853 to, Charlotte EYNAUD, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Ann and the late Peter Paul Eynaud

Theodore MULLER, aged 26 years, bachelor, from Alfdorf, Wurtemburg, Germany, married 27th April 1826, to Eliza KUPFER, aged 18 years, spinster, from Berne, Switzerland

John MULLINGER, bachelor, married 30th April 1861 to Eleanor BEER, spinster

Carmena MULVENEY, 21+, widow, born Malta, the daughter of Vincenzo and Caterina BIRCH, married 15th March 1872, to John KAY, 21+, bachelor, of Woodwalton, Huntingdonshire, the son of Richard and Jane Kay, Private, 31st Regiment

Mary Eleanor MUNDAY, born 23rd November 1866, the daughter of Susan Elizabeth and Richard Munday

Agnes MUNRO, born 17th January 1849, the daughter of Hugh and Susannah Munro, nee SKINNER, Foreman of Works, Royal Engineers

Agnes MUNRO, died on 23rd January 1849, at Floriana, aged 6 days, the daughter of Susannah and H. Munro, Royal Engineers Department

Bruce Bosworth MUNRO, born 11th January 1866, the son of Susan and Hugh Munro

Bruce MUNRO, aged 8 months, buried 11th October 1866

Douglas Wright MUNRO, aged 22 years, buried 22nd December 1862

Flora Emma MUNRO, born 16th April 1862, the daughter of Susan and Hugh Munro

Hector Edwin MUNRO, born 1st August 1853, the son of Susan and Hugh Munro, Royal Engineers Department

Hugh MUNRO, widower, born in Edinburgh, Foreman of Works, Royal Engineers, married 23rd August 1849 to, Susan Elizabeth HICKMOTT, 21+, spinster, born in Tonbridge, Kent, the daughter of the late Charles and Sophia Hickmott

Hugh MUNRO, born in Edinburgh, 2nd March 1808, the son of Margaret and Hugh Munro. Served in the Royal Sappers and Miners for over 20 years, discharged in April 1847. After leaving the Army he became Clerk of Works, Royal Engineers. His wife Susannah died 28th January 1849, leaving him with six children. He married his second wife on 23rd August 1849. She was Susan Elizabeth Hickmott, a spinster, born in Tonbridge, Kent, the daughter of Charles and Sophia Hickmott. In 1852 the family were living at 9 Strada San Giuseppe, Cospicua. He died on 26th November 1872 in Floriana

Richard Barton MUNRO, born 11th July 1851, the son of Susan and Hugh Munro, Foreman of Works, Royal Engineers Department

Susannah MUNRO, died 28th January 1849, aged 40 years, the wife of H. Munro, Royal Engineers Department

Susannah Elizabeth MUNRO, aged 36 years, buried 1st September 1866

Wallace Bertram MUNRO, born 7th January 1864, the son of Susan and Hugh Munro

Alice MURPHY, aged 17 years, buried 26th July 1865

Edward John MURPHY, born 10th May 1861, the son of Eliza and William Murphy

Mary MURPHY, died 13th May 1832, aged 75 years, the widow of John Barnwell Murphy of Grays Inn and Burton Crescent, London. At the home of her niece Mrs. Charles SMITH, in Vittoriosa, where she spent some time visiting

Elizabeth MURRAY, born 20th October 1852, the daughter of Elizabeth Mary and Robert Murray, Civil Engineer

Robert MURRAY, 21+, bachelor, of Kirkcudbright, Scotland, Asst. Storekeeper, Commissariat, married 9th June 1864, to Catherine McCONNACHIE, 21+, spinster, of Peterhead, Scotland

William MURRAY, aged 28 years, buried 15th February 1854

Dr. MUSCAT went to Scutari Hospital in 1854, during the Crimean War

Amabile MUSCAT, born 1st March 1850 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carlo Maria MUSCAT, President of the Bank of Malta 1873 and 1888

Carmel MUSCAT, born 19th March 1874 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Clara MUSCAT, spinster, the daughter of Salvatore Muscat, born Malta, married 15th June 1850 to, William NOCKLES, Seaman, HMS Caledonia, bachelor, from Smallburgh, Norfolk

Emmanuela Laurentia Calcidonia Maria Anna Carmela Seraphina Antonia Publia MUSCAT, aged 22 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Francisco and Victoria Libreri Muscat, married 11th February 1879, to John TURNER, aged 26 years, bachelor, Publican, of Devonshire, the son of John and Eliza Turner

Thomas MUSCAT, born 5th December 1868 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

William MUSKET, 21+, bachelor, from Edmonton, Middlesex, married 27th February 1841 to, Elizabeth BONSILI, 21+, from Gama, Abyssinia

F. MYATT, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1894

William MYERS, aged 19 years, seaman, buried 15th March 1856

W.E. MYLES, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1867

Annie NAPIER, born 1865. In 1881 was unmarried and working as a domestic servant at the Ship & Castle Public House, in Glamorgan, Wales

Frances NAPIER, born 27th November 1844, the daughter of Eliza Sarah and James Napier, Naval Arsenal. Buried 29th November 1844, aged one day

Francis Lord NAPIER, 21+, bachelor, born Thirlestane, Scotland, Principal Attache, British Embassy, Constantinople, married 2nd September 1845 to, Anne Jane Charlotte LOCKWOOD, 21+, spinster, born in Paris, France, the only daughter of Robert Manners Lockwood and Lady Julia Lockwood

Helen NAPIER, born 25th January 1843, the daughter of Eliza and James Napier

James NAPIER, Master Attendant, Naval Victualling Yard, Vittoriosa in 1847

Mary Hyacinth NAPIER, born 20th January 1866, the daughter of Ella Louisa and Gerard John Napier

William John George NAPIER, born 22nd September 1846, the son of Anne Jane Charlotte and Francis, Lord Napier

Emily NARES, aged 9 months, buried 18th October 1869

, ...... NAROOMALL, died 12th January 1899, aged 28 years, a bazaar Proprietor adjacent to Theatre Royal. He died of a brain fever in the Central Civil Hospital. He left a wife and two children in India. His remains were buried the following day behind Fort Manoel in accordance with the rites of the Hindoo religion to which he belonged

Mr. NASH, resident in Malta 1837

Charlotte NASH, born in Malta about 1804. Married. In 1851 living in Canterbury, Kent

James NASH, died Sunday 4th November 1838, Master of the brig Abercrombie, fell into the sea and drowned

Thomas NASH, 21+, bachelor, from Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex, married 18th April 1829, to Elizabeth INCE, 21+, spinster, born Gibraltar

Thomas NASH, merchant, declared bankrupt 13th March 1826

Thomas NASH, buried 2nd January 1839, aged 51 years

Thomas NASH, aged 15 years, of the English Barque Sultan, of London, buried 23rd July 1856

Thomas James NASH, born 20th February 1834, the son of Elizabeth and Thomas Nash

Thomas James NASH, aged 15 months, the son of Elizabeth and Thomas Nash, buried 7th June 1835

Dr.Agostino NAUDI, born 27th February 1783, in Valletta, the son of Giovanni Battista Naudi, and Maria Antonia Naudi, nee MAMO. Brother of Dr.Cleardo Naudi. Studied medicine in Naples and qualified as a Doctor and Surgeon at the University of Salerno. Taught anatomy and dissection at the Civil Hospital. From 1820, taught botany, physiology, pathology and surgery. In 1827 published a work on the cultivation of the silkworm. Died 11th November 1830

Dr. Cleardo NAUDI, died 30th July 1837, aged 57 years. He left a widow and two young children

Mrs Elizabeth Walker NAUDI, died 2nd March 1849, aged 38 years, widow of Dr. Cleardo Naudi, leaving an only son. She was grandniece to the most Reverend S.Walker, late Archbishop of York

Enrico NAUDI, married 26th May 1862, Oratorio della Concezione, Cospicua, to Angiolina VELLA

Ernesto NAUDI, aged 27 years, bachelor, Solicitor, married 16th April 1885, to Mary COTTON, aged 24 years, spinster

Francis Augustus NAUDI MD, married 1814, to Antonia ENGLAND, the daughter of Calcidonia and William England. Born 1783, and died 1831

Ferdinandina Josephina NAUDI, aged 15 years 4 months, the daughter of Dr. Cleardo and Elizabeth Walker Naudi, buried 26th March 1844. Born in Valletta 22nd November 1828

Frederick William NAUDI, buried 23rd December 1852, aged 22 years

Maurice NAUGHTON, living at 13 Strada Allesandria, Vittoriosa, 1852

Charles Edward NAVARRE, born 4th June 1838, the son of Cecilia and Joseph Navarre

Baron NAVARRA, died 9th September 1850 from cholera, Sicilian nobleman and refugee, aged 46 years

Robert NAYLOR, Shipwright, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

W.B. NEALE, HM Consul for Greece, his wife gave birth to a daughter at Piraeus 11th February 1867

Emma NEAT, born in Malta about 1818. In 1851 living in Whippingham, Hampshire

John NEAT, born in Malta about 1817. In 1851 living in Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight

Lionel Ritchie NEATE, aged 26 years, bachelor, Civil Engineer, the son of William Neate, married 25th September 1897, to Kate Elizabeth HUNTER, aged 26 years, spinster, from Cardiff, South Wales, the daughter of Charles Hunter

Mary NEEDHAM, aged 49 years, died in the Civil Hospital, buried 5th April 1828

Sarah NEILAN, born in Malta about 1803. Married. Living in Chelsea, London, in 1851

Emily Susannah NEALE, died in Athens, 18th July 1870, the daughter of the late W.H. Neale, formerly HM Consul at Pireaus

John Peter NELLEY, aged 59 years, buried 13th November 1856

Amelia Letitia NELSON, born 31st October 1843, the daughter of Eliza and Edward Nelson

Charles James NELSON, born 16th September 1839, the son of Eliza and Edward Nelson

Edward NELSON, buried 22nd February 1846, aged 11 yeasrs

Edward NELSON, living at 58 Strada San Domenico, Valletta, 1852

Edward NELSON, aged 63 years, buried 28th January 1860

F. Henry NELSON, resident Malta, electoral list 1849 and 1864

Olof NELSON, Swedish Seaman, died in the Civil Hospital, buried 28th October 1829

Valentine NELSON, born 16th September 1841, the son of Eliza and Edward Nelson, Draper and Tailor

Valentine NELSON, aged 23 months, buried 27th August 1843

Louisa NESBIT, born in Malta about 1810. Married. Living in Tynemouth, Northumberland, in 1851

Nathaniel Sneyd NESBITT, 21+, bachelor, from Cavan, Ireland, a Military Officer with the East India Company, in the Bengal Establishment, married 25th February 1837, to Elizabeth Adele Louisa GOUBAN, minor, the daughter of Louisa Gouban, a widow

George NEWBOLD, aged 44 years, Master of the English barque X.Y.Z.

George Henry NEWBURY, died March 1871, aged 32 years, late Engineer, Royal Navy

Lancelot Thomas Smith NEWBURY, born 1st January 1868, the son of Mary Jane and George Henry Newbury

Mary Liddale NEWBURY, born 21st September 1866, the daughter of Mary Jane and George Henry Newbury. She died in Misida, 13th February 1867, aged 4 months 2 weeks

Thomas Smith Henry NEWBURY, born 1st December 1866, the son of Mary Jane and George Henry Newbury

M. NEWBY, resident in Malta, October 1857

Thomas NEWBY, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Christian Samuel NEWMAN, 21+, bachelor, born Moldavia, London Missionary Society at Constantinople, the son of Soloman and Hannah Newman, married 10th November 1863 to, Lucy Matilda CUBLEY, 21+, spinster, born in Derby, the fourth daughter of William and Anne Cubley

Mary NEWMAN, born in Malta about 1831. Living in Manchester in 1851

Helen NEWSON, aged 11 months, buried 9th April 1854

James Wheeler NEWTON, living at 180 Strada San Cristoforo, Valletta, electoral list 1852

John NEWTON, Freemason, one of the petitioners in 1815 for the establishment of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul

Lieutenant NIBBS, Royal Dockyard Artillery Battalion, with Naval Victualling Yard Company in 1856

Amelia Elizabeth NIBBS, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Annie and John James Nibbs, married 2nd May 1871 to Thomas JENKIN, 21+, bachelor, Dentist, from Truro, Cornwall, the son of Elizabeth and Thomas Martin Jenkin

Ellen NIBBS, spinster, minor, born in Gosport, the fourth daughter of Anne and John Nibbs, of the Naval Bakery, married 23rd May 1865 to, Heaver SUGDEN, 21+, bachelor, born in Gillingham, Kent, Acting Master, HMS Pelican, the eldest son of Mary and Abraham Sugden, R.N.

Emma Mary NIBBS, 21+, spinster, born in Gosport, Hampshire, the daughter of John James and Ann Nibbs, married 27th April 1854 to, William Bowden STEPHENS, 21+, bachelor, born in Devonport, Assistant Engineer, HMS Caradoc, the son of Richard and Mary Ann Stephens

George Albert Nibbs Lockyer NIBBS, aged 39 years, widower, Writer, HM Dockyard, the son of John James Lockyer Nibbs, married 7th December 1887 to Frances Judith WELLS, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Richard Wells

Mrs George NIBBS, died Tuesday 3rd November 1885, the wife of George Nibbs, Writer, HM Dockyard. The daughter of Mr PARKES

J. NIBBS, Master Baker, Naval Bakery Vittoriosa in 1856

James John NIBBS, living 140 Strada San Lorenzo, Vittoriosa, 1852

Rosina Ann NIBBS, 21+, spinster, born in Gosport, the daughter of Ann and John James Nibbs, married 29th October 1857 to, Peter GREETHAM, 21+, bachelor, the son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Greetham

William NIBBS, resident Malta, electoral list 1854

Henry NICHOLAS, born in Malta about 1818. In 1851 living in Christchurch, Norfolk

Mary G. NICHOLAS, born in Malta about 1822. Married. In 1851 living in Cornwall

Ann NICHOLS, born in Malta about 1810. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

Alexander NICHOLSON, born in Malta about 1833. Living in St.Pancras, London, in 1851

Catherine Isabella NICHOLSON, died 22nd November 1867, at Sliema, aged 40 years. Born in Malta, the wife of Dr.J. Balfour Nicholson

David NICHOLSON, buried 25th June 1837

Henry Wheeler Lloyd NICHOLSON, aged 25 years, buried 1st February 1858

John NICHOLSON, married 7th January 1819 to, Sarah LEE

M. NICHOLSON, born in Malta about 1835. Living in St.Pancras, London, in 1851

Ada NICKER, born 4th April 1875, the daughter of Elizabeth and Dennis Nicker, Indian Civil Service

William L. NICKER, born in Malta about 1833. In 1851 living in East Dereham, Norfolk

William NIGHTINGALE, arrived on Steamer Acheron, from Alexandria. Dead on arrival. Died from the plague. Buried 29th April 1840, in the Lazaretto

Dr. D. NISI, Phd.STh.JUD (Rome), on the staff of Flores College, Valletta, 1899

C.E. NIXON, born in Malta about 1814. Living in Hambledon, Hampshire, in 1851

Francis NIXON, born 1805, the son of William Nixon and Margaret Kinsey, in Valletta

Frederick Robert NIXON, aged 43 years, HM Guardian of Woods and Forests, Mauritius, born in Dublin October 1817. Buried 20th February 1860

Sarah NIXON, aged 80 years, buried 16th August 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Stephen NIXON, born 27th March 1807, the son of William Nixon and Margaret Kinsey

Alice NOBBS, aged 24 years, spinster, married 27th October 1886, to Frederick William MORTIMER, aged 23 years, bachelor, Fitter

Reverend Robert NOBLE, died 12th April 1869, aged 26 years. From England

Juliette Helen Charlotte NOCENTINI, born 23rd May 1860, the daughter of Scipione and Charlotte Nocentini, nee RIDER

Scipione NOCENTINI, born Sicily, married 28th June 1859, to Charlotte RIDER, British subject, born Sicily

Scipione Samuel Giovanni NOCENTINI, born 22nd January 1866, the son of Scipione and Charlotte Nocentini, nee RIDER

William Alfred NOCENTINI, Born 12th December 1868, the son of Scipione and Charlotte Nocentini, nee RIDER

Maurice George NOLL, born 17th July 1891, the son of Elizabeth and George William Noll, Engineer, of Valletta

W.T. NORBURN, Freemason, Third District Grand Principal 1898. Master of the Zetland Lodge 1899

Fanny NORMAN, buried 7th August 1851, aged 16 months

Jessie NORMAN, born 26th January 1852, the daughter of Eliza and William Norman

William NORMAN, born 30th October 1845, the son of Eliza and William Norman

Mr. NORRIS, aged 70 years, Senior Clerk in the office of the Naval Storekeeper, died 4th September 1850 from cholera

Lorenzo Cortlandt NORRIS, born 23rd January 1853, the son of Mary Anne and Charles Norris

Mrs R. NORRISH, resident in Malta 1837

John R. NORRISH, 2nd Clerk to Naval Storekeeper, Naval Victualling Yard, Vittoriosa in 1847

Eliza NORTON, born in Malta about 1813. Married. Living in Westminster, London, in 1851

Adolph Frank NOTLEY, Clerk with Royal Engineers. Arrived overland from

Marseilles on the Capitol’, 24th February 1856

Carmel NOVALET, born 23rd November 1860 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Charles Francis NOVELL, born 27th August 1877, the son of Mary Eliza and Charles Novell

Elizabeth NOWELL, buried 21st December 1830, aged 32 years

Martha NOWELL, buried 24th April 1830, aged 61 years

Nicholas NOWELL, buried 18th December 1823, aged 62 years

Mr. NUGENT, Collector of Land Revenue, lived at 28/31 Marsamuscetto, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Mr. NUGENT, challenged to a duel by a self styled con-man, Baron Bolli, who felt Nugent had not introduced him to Society correctly. Bolli was deported

Albert NUGENT, Malta resident, electoral list 1864

Nicholas NUGENT, 21+, bachelor, from Marylebone, London, married 3rd February 1827, to Mary Wall WHITMORE, 21+, spinster, the eldest daughter of Colonel Whitmore, Royal Engineers

Catherine NUTKINS, born in Malta about 1815. Married. Living in Marylebone, London, in 1851

Henri NYSSEN, Vice Consul and eldest son of Consul Nyssen, Consul General for the Netherlands, married 25th April 1832 in Tunis, to Eliza Ann GIBSON, eldest daughter of John Gibson, HBM Consul at Tunis

Annie O'CONNELL, Born 4th October 1871, the daughter of Margaret and William G. O'Connell

Helen O’CONNOR, Head Mistress, Valletta Primary School, 1865

Richard More O’FERRALL, Governor of Malta 1847 – 1851. He was born in 1797 at Balyna, Co. Kildare, Ireland, the eldest son of Anne O’Ferrall, nee Bagot, the daughter of John Bagot, and Ambrose O’Ferrall. In 1831 he became the M.P. for Kildare until 1846, and then again from 1859 to 1865. He also held administrative posts in the British Government. On 1st October 1847 he was made Governor of Malta, the first civilian to be appointed to this position, and a practicing Roman Catholic. He resigned in May 1851. On 28th September 1839 he married Matilda SOUTHWELL, the second daughter of the 3rd Viscount Southwell. The couple had a son Ambrose and a daughter Maria Anne. He died at Kingstown, nr.Dublin on 27th October 1880, aged 83 years

D.S. OGILVY, his wife gave birth to a son at Candilli, 29th April 1867

John O’NEILL, living at 11 Strada Ridolfo, Sliema, 1895 Voters list

John O’NEILL, of Sliema, married 28th August 1899, to Kathleen Marie HEVEY, the younger daughter of the late Timothy Hevey, of Cork, Ireland

Francis ONOFRIO, HM Consul at Alexandria, married at Ramieh near Alexandria, 15th July 1867, to Emily MACQUART, the daughter of Giovanni Macquart from Malta

Charlotte O’REILLY, the eldest daughter of the late Bernard O'Reilly, of 18th Regiment, married on 13th January 1847, at the Residence of Mrs. O'Reilly by Reverend Father Francis Tonna, to Nathaniel Charles BUTLER, Ordnance Department

Domenick O’REILLY, died 14th July 1845, of Kildangan Castle, Co.Kildare,

Ireland, aged 68 years

Mrs O’REILLY, died 8th December 1863, aged 72 years, the widow of Bernard O’Reilly, late 18th Regiment

Patrick Joseph O’SHEA, died 3rd June 1901 in his 30th year at his residence in Hamrun. He arrived in Malta with the British Army, and married a Maltese girl. For many years he served as a teacher of English at the Seminario of Floriana. When he left the Army in 1898/1899 he became a full time teacher. He left a widow

Lieut-General Hildebrand OAKES, Civil and Military Commissioner of Malta from May 1810 until October 1813, when he resigned with ill health and was replaced by Sir Thomas Maitland. He was the elder son of Sarah Oakes, nee Cornelison, the daughter of Henry Cornelison, of Braxted Lodge, Essex, and Lieut-Colonel Hildebrand Oakes, of the 33rd Regiment. He was born in Exeter on 19th January 1754, and commissioned on 23rd December 1767 as an Ensign in the 33rd Regiment. Promotion to Lieutenant came in April 1771, and Captain in August 1776. He served in America with the 33rd Regiment. He later served in the Mediterranean area, and was promoted Major of the 66th Regiment in September 1791, and Lieut-Colonel of the same regiment on 12th November 1795. He saw action in Egypt during 1801 under General Abercrombie. In March 1808 was in command of troops at Malta. After his time as Commissioner on Malta he returned to England. He never married and died at his home in Hereford Street, Mayfair, London on 9th September 1822

James P. OARR, died 4th October 1853, aged 30 years, 2nd Engineer on P.&.O. Steamer Valetta. At sea near Malta, in a heavy sea he slipped on the wet platform, and was thrown between the ship's side and cylinder. Later died of his injuries. Post Mortem verdict: Accidental Death

George Charles OATES, 21+, bachelor, from Messina, Sicily, married 19th May 1841 to, Julia MATTHEY, spinster, minor with guardian’s consent, the daughter of Alphonso Matthey of Messina

Catherine ODELL, born 1st December 1839, the daughter of Harriet Ricarda and Edward Odell

Elizabeth OGDEN, born in Malta about 1803. Living in Manchester in 1851

George OGILVIE LLD, died 8th November 1819, aged 53 years, Magistrate

G.M. OLIVER, Caulker, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Francis H.J. O’NEILL, born in Malta about 1839. Living in Stoke Damerel, Devon, in 1851

Alfred James ONGLEY, the son of Henry Savell Ongley, HM Consul, died at Patras 1st October 1862

Eveline Ellen Victoria ONGLEY, the daughter of H.S. Ongley, British Consul for Morea, was baptised on board HMS Victoria by the Reverend Stothert, 1st July 1866

Joseph ONOFRIO, died 7th May 1831, aged 49 years, left a widow and four children. Public Notary. Appeared for Captain Delano in the William piracy trial in 1820

William ORD, resident Malta 1857, electoral list 1862

James ORMSBY Bart., buried 3rd November 1821, aged 25 years, from Dublin

Sarah ORR, 21+, widow, from Bristol, married 23rd July 1829, to Francis TURNER, 21+, bachelor

Benjamin B. ORRIDGE, born in Malta about 1814. Living in Marylebone, London, in 1851

Moise di Raffael OSMO, died 30th October 1867, aged 12 years

Mary Ann OVENDEN, born in Malta about 1826. Married. Living in Batley, Yorkshire, in 1851Ada OWEN, aged 9 months, buried 18th October 1867

Ada Evelyn OWEN, aged 9 months, buried 2nd July 1869

Ann OWEN, born in Malta about 1815. Married. Living in Nottingham in 1851

Conrad J. OWEN, Lieut-Colonel, 3rd Bombay Cavalry, buried 4th April 1860, aged 51 years

Douglas Frank OWEN, born 18th November 1886, in Alexandria, the son of George and Emmeline Lucy Owen, Telegraph Clerk. The twin brother of Gordon Arthur

Frederick Augustus OWEN, born 18th August 1882, the son of George and Emmeline Lucy Owen, Telegraph Clerk

George OWEN, aged 27 years, bachelor, Telegraphist, the son of William Owen, Farmer, married 29th November 1879, to Emmeline Lucy FLACK, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Flack, Merchant

Gordon Arthur OWEN, born 18th November 1886, in Alexandria, the son of George and Emmeline Lucy Owen, Telegraph Clerk. The twin brother of Douglas Frank

Lily OWEN, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of Francis Egerton Owen, married 16th December 1898 to, Arthur George HOUSE, aged 23 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Highland Light Infantry, the son of James House deceased

William Albert OWEN, born 31st October 1880, the son of George and Emmeline Lucy Owen, Telegraph Clerk

William Widden OWEN, born 17th December 1869, the son of Thomas and Mary Elizabeth Owen

Anthony Michael PACE, born 11th May 1870 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

George PACE, born 10th July 1861 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Giovanni PACE. The vessel Meteor off loaded 180 barrels of gunpowder on 13th February 1834, then docked in the harbour. As the balance of the cargo was being unloaded on the 15th February the vessel exploded, and several men killed. He was injured and suffered a head wound. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

Giuseppe PACE, Dock Labourer, died 15th February 1834. The vessel Meteor off loaded 180 barrels of gunpowder on 13th February, then docked in the harbour. As the balance of the cargo was being unloaded the vessel exploded, and he was killed. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

Helene PACE, born 18th March 1861 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

L. PACE, on the staff of Flores College, Valletta, 1899

Louis PACE, born 20th October 1892 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michele PACE LLD, married 16th May 1833, to Carmela BARDON, at St. George’s Church, Gozo. She was the daughter of Dr. Luigi Bardon, a Gozo Magistrate

Paolo PACE, born 16th October 1848 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Sylvester PACE, born 7th August 1837 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Montagu PACKENHAM, his wife gave birth to a son at Leghorn, 4th May 1869

Josiah PACKMAN, aged 32 years, bachelor, Mason, the son of Joseph Packman, married 31st July 1882, to Victoria MASTERS, aged 37 years, widow of Edward Masters, the daughter of Salvatore PISCOPO

Josiah PACKMAN, on 31st July 1882 married Victoria MASTERS, nee PISCOPO, in St.Paul’s Anglican cathedral, Valletta, stating that she was a widow. She had previously married Edward MASTERS, Private, Army Hospital Corps, on 2nd February 1864, in a Roman Catholic ceremony. He abandoned her some time afterwards. She did not hear from him after 1875, so did not know if he were dead or alive. She was the daughter of Salvatore PISCOPO

Amelia PADOVAN, spinster, married 8th June 1868, to William GRAHAM, bachelor

William PAGANDOFF, aged 60 years, from Prussia, buried 23rd December 1868

Albert Havelock PAGE, born 28th November 1857, the son of Ellen and George Domenico Page, died 30th October 1876

Alexander Ewart PAGE, born 19th November 1871, the son of Ellen and George Domenico Page, Notary

Alice PAGE, 21+, widow, born Malta, the daughter of John and Mary JONES, married 5th June 1872, to Alfred Charles GOREY, 21+, bachelor, of London, the son of James and Jane Gorey, AB, HMS Pandora

Archibald William PAGE, born 15th May 1864, the son of Ellen and George Domenico Page. Buried 27th June 1865, aged 13 months

Cecil PAGE, baptised 13th December 1867, the son of Ellen and George Domenico Page. Twin brother of Reginald

Frederick Ernest PAGE, born 17th November 1869, the son of Ellen and George Domenico Page, Notary

Mrs PAGE, the wife of F.W. Page, Deputy Purveyor to the Forces, gave birth to a daughter 4th January 1867

George Alfred PAGE, born 31st March 1856, the son of Ellen and George Domenico Page

George Domenico PAGE, 21+, bachelor, born in Corfu, Solicitor, the son of Matthew and Esther Page of England, married 28th June 1855 to, Ellen FLACK, spinster, minor, born in Patras, Greece, the third daughter of Thomas and Lucy Flack

George Domenico PAGE, born 29th June 1829, died 18th June 1900

Harry Clarence PAGE, born 25th September 1865, the son of Ellen and George Domenico Page

Louisa Caroline PAGE, born 12th February 1860, the daughter of Ellen and George Domenico Page

Reginald PAGE, baptised 13th December 1867, the son of Ellen and George Domenico Page. Twin brother of Cecil

Mathew John PAGE, 21+, bachelor, born Corfu, the son of Mathew and Esther Page, married 3rd January 1852 to, Susannah Emily FLACK, spinster, minor with parents consent, born Corfu, the daughter of Thomas and Martha Flack

Reginald PAGE, aged 23 years, bachelor, the son of George Domenico Page, married 23rd April 1891, to Mabel Alberta BRADLEY, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Benjamin Smith Bradley, Captain, Royal Navy

Sidney Herbert PAGE, born 8th Februry 1859, the son of Ellen and George Domenico Page

Walter Arthur PAGE, born 28th March 1862, the son of Ellen and George Domenico Page

William PAGE, died 4th December 1840, arrived on the Frigate Castor, from Acris. Died in the Lazaretto

Eliza Wilhelmina PALMER, born 15th September 1849, the daughter of Louisa and George Robert Palmer

James PALMER, died 4th April 1846, aged 21 years. Of the brig Rugby of Hull

William PALMER, born in Malta about 1801. In 1851 living in Leeds, Yorkshire

Raimondo PALMIERI, Portrait and Landscape Painter, at 123 Strada Vescovo, in 1856

PAPA, died 7th April 1842, arrived on the Steamer Oriental, from Alexandria. Died from suffocation by carbon. Indian, servant

Giovanni di Niccolo PAPPAFFY, born Salonika 1792, died Malta 16th February 1886, aged 94 years. Philanthropist. Bust by sculptor Vincent Apap is in The Mall, Floriana. He came to Malta in 1810 when 18 years old, and built up a flourishing business. Acted as Government broker for wheat, and was appointed General Purveyor for the British Army during the Crimean War

Ellen PARDOE, aged 68 years, buried 5th March 1849

William PARDOE, aged 88 years, buried 2nd May 1861

Giuseppe PARIENTE, member of the Chamber of Commerce 1899 to 1904

Joseph PARIENTE, died 10th September 1850 at an advanced age. Formerly a merchant, and resident for many years. His wife was Rachel

W. PARIENTE, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1884, 1886. Third District Grand Principal 1889. Deputy District Grand Master in 1890. Second District Grand Principal 1890

Charlotte PARISH, born in Malta about 1816. Married. In 1851 living in St.Albans, Hertfordshire

Arthur Edward PARKER, aged 23 months, buried 26th September 1864

George PARKER, of Princes Street, Bedford Row, London, aged 75 years, buried 15th May 1850

H. PARKER, Naval Dockyard, in 1856

James PARKER, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Lillie Rosa PARKER, aged 18 months, buried 12th July 1866

Frederick PARKIN, born in Malta about 1820. Living in Sheffield in 1851

William PARKIN, died 1st January 1861, aged 58 years, from Liverpool

Samuel PARKINGTON, aged 33 years, bachelor, Engineer, the son of Samuel Parkington, married 30th June 1898 to, Ellen STANLEY, aged 33 years, widow, the daughter of John OATES

James PARKINS, aged 26 years, seaman, buried 5th April 1863

William PARKINS, aged 58 years, buried 7th January 1861

Alexandra PARKINSON, died 7th August 1865, aged 30 years, from Guernsey

Charlotte PARKINSON, aged 74 years, buried 13th October 1849

Louisa PARKINSON, buried 2nd November 1841, aged 20 years

Samuel PARKINSON, living at 157 Strada Due Porte, Senglea, 1852

William PARKINSON, buried 12th September 1826, aged 9 years 6 months

William PARKINSON, Shipwright, worked in HM Dockyard from February 1818 until his death 12th June 1834, aged 51 years

William PARKINSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Guernsey, the son of John and Ellen Parkinson, married 7th July 1865 to, Constantina CONRAD, 21+, spinster, born in Agram, Austria, the daughter of Joseph and Annie Conrad

Angelus PARNIS, married 10th June 1804, to Teresia DESIRA, in Zejtun

Margarita PARNIS, married 9th April 1826, to Michael MIFSUD, in Zejtun

Joseph PARNIS ENGLAND, died 29th November 1895, twin brother of Robert Edward, the sons of Henry and Louisa Parnis England

Robert Edward PARNIS ENGLAND, died 6th December 1895, twin brother of Joseph, the sons of Henry and Louisa Parnis England

Paolo PARNIS ENGLAND, died 12th May 1894, aged 50 years. He left a widow and children

Mary Ellen PARR, born in Malta about 1824. Married. Living in Balderton, Nottinghamshire, in 1851

Henry PARRIS, aged 17 years, seaman, buried 6th August 1855

Miss PARSONS, granted a licence to open a school 6th April 1853

Albert William Ditchburn PARSONS, born 21st January 1865 at Galatz, the son of Mary Anne and James Parsons

Elias PARSONS, Sergeant, 21st Regiment, married October 1858 to, Mary Ann DYKE

George PARSONS, aged 64 years, Foreman of Smiths, Ordnance Department, buried 24th July 1824

Giovanni PARSON, living at 12 Strada Molino, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

George PARSONS, Ordnance Department, married 22nd June 1821 to, Janet STILLIE, from Glasgow

James PARSONS, 21+, bachelor, born in Winchester, Ships Steward, the son of James Parsons, married 5th October 1860 to, Mary Anne SAUNDERS, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Richard Saunders

Robert PARSONS, died 28th April 1849, on board the brig Hercules, in passage from Cagliari to Galatz, Seaman

George PASBY, Ropemaker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Thomas PASCOE, buried 12th September 1855, aged 40 years, Captain of the Transport Empire Queen of Liverpool

Annunziata PASINI, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Giovanni Pasini deceased, married 29th August 1899, to James HOLMES, aged 25 years, bachelor, Independent, the son of George Holmes

Concetta PASTOR, born 7th December 1869 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Elizabeth PATCHETT, minor, with parents consent, born Malta, the daughter of George and Rhoda Patchett, married 26th April 1875, to James VAMHEAD, 21+, bachelor, Police Constable HM Dockyard, of Portsea, Hampshire, the son of Arthur and Louisa Vamhead

Emily Josephine PATCHETT, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of George Patchett, married 27th August 1884, to George HEACOCK, aged 22 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Shropshire Regiment, the son of George Heacock

Ann PATERSON, born in Malta about 1821. Married. Living in Highnam, Gloucestershire in 1851

Charles PATERSON, died 30th January 1860, aged 28 years, seaman on the English schooner Arab. Met his death on the high seas off Cape Bon when the ship encountered a thunderstorm. He was struck by lightning and killed, whilst others were rendered insensible but recovered

John PATERSON, R.N.R., died 24th October 1869 at sea on the P. & O. vessel Deccan, Superintendent P. & O. at Calcutta, aged 56 years

J.T. PATERSON, Electrician and Certificated Plumber, 43 Strada Genio, Valletta in 1893

Edward Lonsdale PATON, born 21st December 1846, the son of Emma and Edward Paton

William PATRICK, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Andrew PATTERSON, born 16th May 1858, the son of Jane and John Patterson, Headmaster of the Malta Protestant College

John PATTIE, aged 16 years, of the vessel Margaret of Dundee, buried 4th April 1835

Robert PATTON, buried 2nd January 1847, arrived on the Schooner Zephyr, from Alexandria. Died by drowning, his body recovered from the sea

Charlotte Anne PAULET, buried 23rd April 1845

W. PAULSON, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1884

Attilio Joseph PAVIA, born 18th December 1898 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Virginia PAVIA, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Salvo and Nancy Pavia, married 31st August 1868 to, John DUNKERLEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Oldham, Lancashire, Gunner, Royal Marine Artillery, the son of Daniel and Elizabeth Dunkerley

Clara Alice PAYNE, born 6th August 1862, the daughter of Susannah and Joseph Payne

Eveline Violet Loraine PAYNTER, aged 4 years, the daughter of Captain Paynter, buried 8th January 1872

William PAYNTER, aged 25 years, buried 21st February 1862

Mrs PEACH, the wife of William Nathanial Peach, gave birth to a son 21st March 1832, in Alexandria, at the residence of her father John Barker, HBM Consul General in Egypt

Charlotte Frances Fife PEARCE, born 5th April 1843, the daughter of Jane Maria and Francis Pearce

John PEARCE, buried 27th April 1855, aged 20 years

W. PEARCE, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1882

John PEARSON, buried 24th January 1819, aged 36 years, of Valletta, Ship owner

Joseph PEARSON, died 28th October 1845, aged 43 years, arrived on the Brig Fides, from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto

William PEARSON, born in Malta about 1827. Living in Birmingham in 1851

William PEARSON, aged 18 years, seaman, buried 8th December 1868

David PEDDIE, aged 30 years, seaman, buried 11th November 1866

Ann E. PEEBLES, born in Malta about 1841. Living in Reading, Berkshire, in 1851

Henry W. PEEL, living 35 Strada San Barbara, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

Maria PEEK, born in Malta about 1815. Married. Living in Hackney, London, in 1851

Arthur Harold PEILE, born 6th April 1890, the son of Maurice John and Dora Martha Peile, Telegraphist

Melita PEILE, born 11th August 1893, the daughter of Dora Martha and Maurice Peile, Telegraphist

Harriet Bettina Frances PELLEW, baptised 12th March 1821, the daughter of Richard Broughton Reynolds and Frances Harriet Pellew

William PENCER, living at 167 Strada San Giuseppe, Senglea, 1852

Jane PENDRILL, buried 26th December 1840

Frank PENFOLD, born 11th December 1869, the son of Sarah Anne Lamb and Frederick Penfold

John Giles PENFOLD, born in Malta about 1841. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

William August PENNEY, born in London 19th December 1842, the son of Charlotte and William Page Penney. Buried 26th January 1879, aged 39 years

Daniel PENNY, seaman, buried 10th August 1855, aged 35 years

Amelia PENSON, buried 13th October 1851, aged 3 years

Eliza PENSON, aged 7 months, buried 20th August 1850

William PENSON, resident Malta, electoral list 1862

William PENSON, buried 9th July 1855, aged 9 months

Mary Carmela PENTECOST, minor, with her guardians consent, born Malta, the daughter of George and Carmela Pentecost, married 6th November 1874, to James CLINTON, 21+, bachelor, from Cheshire, the son of John and Eliza Clinton, late Private, 18th Regiment

Sarah PENTON, born in Malta about 1831. Living in Reading, Berkshire, in 1851

Jose PENZA, Freemason, one of the petitioners in 1815 for the establishment of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul

James PERCIVAL, born in Malta about 1824. Living in Westminster, London, in 1851

Alfred William PERHAM, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1878

Alfred William PERHAM, born 9th August 1872, the son of Margaret and Alfred William Perham

Alfred William PERHAM, died 6th October 1879, aged 39 years

Edith Margaret PERHAM, born 27th January 1874, the daughter of Margaret and Alfred William Perham

Frederick James PERHAM, born 19th August 1875, the son of Margaret and Alfred William Perham

Henry John PERHAM, Born 8th September 1877, the son of Margaret and Alfred William Perham

Margaret PERHAM, aged 36 years, widow, the daughter of William CROCKER, married 2nd March 1880, to William George LUSCOMBE, aged 30 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Marines Artillery, HMS Rupert, the son of Samuel Luscombe

William PERHAM, 21+, bachelor, of Cullompton, Devon, the son of Susan and William Perham, married 23rd October 1871, to Margaret CROCKER, 21+, spinster, from Launceston, Cornwall, the daughter of Elizabeth and William Crocker

George PERKINS, merchant, active 1808. Previously at Smyrna

Abel PERRIN, Private, 48th Regiment, married 20th July 1857 to, Elizabeth CLEMENTS

Henry James PERRY, born 1st June 1867, the son of Mary Anne and Henry Perry

Hilda Ida PERRY, born 20th June 1859, the daughter of Mary Anne and Henry Perry

William PERRY, died 16th February 1841, arrived on the Steamer Cyclops, from Marmorice. Died in the Lazaretto, from consumption

Theophilus S. PERSSE, died 17th December 1863, aged 29 years. The fourth son of the late Burton Persee, Moyode Castle, Co.Galway, Ireland

Edith Flora PESCOD, born 29th September 1872, the daughter of Elizabeth and George Frederick Pescod

George Frederick PESCOD Pescod, 21+, bachelor, Telegraphist, from Chichester, Sussex, the son of William and Mary Ann Pescod, married 25th October 1871, to Elizabeth EARL, 21+, spinster, from Liverpool, the daughter of Elizabeth and Joseph Earl

Robert PETCHING, aged 28 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of William Patching deceased, married 3rd September 1892, to Jessie AZZOPARDI, aged 18years, spinster, the daughter of John Azzopardi

William South Tyne PETERKIN, born 23rd February 1880, at sea in the Indian Ocean, the son of Julia and William Duncan Peterkin, Master Mariner, passengers on s.s. South Tyne. Baptised in Malta March 1880

John PETERS, seaman, buried 8th June 1848

Jonas PETERS, buried 5th May 1829, aged 59 years

Charles PETERSON, aged 28 years, seaman, buried 30th January 1860

Demetrio PETROCOCHINO, Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1898 - 1899

E. PETROCOCCHINO, President of the Bank of Malta 1869

Eustratio P. PETROCOCHINO, Merchant, at 24 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847. Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1853 - 1888

E. PETROCOCHINO, Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1890- 1894

Mrs PETROCOCHINO, the wife of Panda Petrocochino, gave birth to a son 5th January 1863 at Galatz

Married 5th October 1871 at the residence of the Bride’s father, by Reverend Archmandrite Soloman, of the Greek Orthodox Church, Marioel PETROCOCHINO, the daughter of Eustrato Petrocochino, to Milton MARINACHI, of Athens, currently the Greek Consul in Malta

Paulin PETROCOCHINO, living in Old Street, London, with his parents in March 1851, aged 9 years, born in Malta

William PETTY, from Lancashire, married 30th May 1816 to, Anna HULTON, from Fifeshire

John Shaw PHELPS, Lieutenant, 14th Regiment, married 1st February 1858 to, Sophia Georgina RICKCORD, the second daughter of Elizabeth and Thomas Pink Rickcord of Malta

Hermann PHILIP, 21+, widower, born in Edinburgh, the son of Victor and Martha Philip, married 2nd June 1864 to, Charlotte Elizabeth Julia LAYKEN, 21+, spinster, born in Liverpool, the daughter of Charlotte Esther and John Julian Layken

Emily Margaret Elizabeth PHILIPPIDES, born 1st July 1832, the daughter of Maria Louisa and Evangeli Philippides

Elizabeth PHILIPS, born 12th January 1845, the daughter of Elizabeth and Robert Philips

George PHILIPS, aged 31 years, seaman, from Liverpool, buried 2nd August 1841

Mr. PHILLIPS, Third Assistant Chief Secretary’s Office, lived at 9 Strada

Scozzese, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Caroline PHILLIPS, born in Malta about 1816. Married. In 1851 living in Woodford, Essex

Clifford Paul Frederick PHILLIPS, born 25th January 1896, the son of William John and Annie Phillips, Telegraphist

Edward Francis PHILLIPS, the son of John Phillips of Pall Mall, London, married 15th September 1832, to Jane Charlotte GREGORIE, the daughter of the late George Gregorie, of Dunkerque, France

Gladys Mary PHILLIPS, born 5th September 1886, the daughter of William John and Annie Phillips, Telegraphist

Henry PHILLIPS, aged 18 years, seaman, buried 20th April 1857

James PHILLIPS, aged 17 years, seaman, buried 11th July 1855

Josiah John PHILLIPS, born in Malta about 1850. Living in Cornwall in 1851

May PHILLIPS, born 10th May 1889, the daughter of William and Annie Phillips, Telegraphist

Oswald Mountford John PHILLIPS, born 4th October 1883, at Harborne, England, baptised in Malta 1885, the son of William John and Annie Timmis Phillips, Eastern Telegraph Company

Percy Horace Mountford PHILLIPS, born 22nd December 1881, at Alexandria, Egypt, baptised Malta 1885, the son of William John and Annie Timmis Phillips, Eastern Telegraph Company

Thomas PHILLIPS, living at 1 Strada San Anna, Senglea, electoral list 1852

W.J. PHILLIPS, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1891. Third District Grand Principal 1903

Ada Florence Whayman PHILO, married 22nd August 1899, to Alfred KNELL

Maria PIACENZINI, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Sebastiano and Caterina Piacenzini, married 9th April 1866 to, James CHURCH, 21+, bachelor, born Chatham, Kent, Steward, HMS Enterprise, son of James and Mary Ann Church

Sarah PICKERING, born in Malta about 1814. Married. Living in Lambeth, London, in 1851

Benjamin Wilson PIDCOCK, Storekeeper, Naval Dockyard in 1856 and 1871. On electoral list 1862 and 1864

Laurent Adrien PIERINI, born 5th December 1828 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

F.A. PIESSE, Assistant Storekeeper, Civil Ordnance Department in 1847

Louisa Frances PIESSE, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Francis Alexander and Martha Burke Piesse, married 19th January 1857 to, Alexander Mackenzie BETHUNE, 21+, bachelor, born in Dingwall, Scotland, employee with P.&.O. Shipping Co., the son of the Reverend Hector Bethune and Jane Mackenzie Bethune

Martha Burke PIESSE, died 6th May 1869, aged 67 years, the wife of Francis Piesse. From England

Theophilus S. PIESSE, died at Dunfords Hotel 17th December 1863, the fourth son of the late Burton Piesse, Moyode Castle, Co.Galway, Ireland

Emma PIGGOTT, born in Malta about 1815. In 1851 living in Marylebone, London

Richard PIGGOTT, born in Malta about 1815. In 1851 living in Marylebone, London

Edward PIGOT, aged 7 months, the son of Mr. Pigot, Ordnance Department, buried 28th August 1833

Joseph PIGOT, Caulker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Mrs PIGOTT, the wife of W.D. Pigott, Ordnance Department, gave birth to a daughter 14th May 1835

Mrs PIGOTT the wife of W.D. Pigott, gave birth to a daughter 2nd February 1837

Adjutant PIKE of the Salvation Army returned to England after four years in charge of the Salvation Army Naval and Military Home in Senglea, in July 1900

Alfred Louis PILCHER, born 5th November 1865, the son of Amelia Louisa and William Edward Pilcher

Anna Louisa PILCHER, born 29th November 1869, the daughter of Amelia Louisa and William Edward Pilcher

William Garibaldi PILCHER, born 23rd May 1863, the son of Amelia Louisa and William Edward Pilcher

Frederick William PILLOW, born 8th August 1858, the son of Henrietta Catherine and Henry Charles Pillow

Henry A. PILLOW, living 154 Strada San Paolo, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

George PINCKNEY, living at 33 Strada Regina, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Mary PINCOMBE, born in Malta about 1801. Married. Living in Sussex in 1851

Richard PINDER, seaman, aged 18 years, buried 14th September 1847

Richard PINK, living at 6 Strada San Giorgio, Vittoriosa, electoral list 1852

Joseph PINKHAM, born in Malta about 1828. Living in Tynemouth, Northumberland, in 1851

Tullia PIO, aged 2 years, buried 26th November 1857

Augustus PIRNIE, died 4th June 1881, aged 23 years. From Dundee, Scotland, born Edinburgh 11th November 1857

Thomas PIROTTI, died 8th November 1869 at Vittoriosa, late of Naval Bakery Department, aged 74 years

Dr. PISANI Jnr., went to Scutari Hospital in 1854, during the Crimean War. He had studied medicine at Edinburgh and Paris

Anthony Michelangelo Salvatore PISANI, born 12th January 1858 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Charles PISANI, born 8th February 1854 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis PISANI, born 12th February 1874 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis Raphael PISANI, born 17th September 1835 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph PISANI, born 21st March 1847 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph PISANI, born 25th February 1863 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Maria Carmela PISANI, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Giovanni Pisani, Carpenter, married 16th November 1877, to James Young, aged 27 years, bachelor, Private, 98th Regiment, the son of Hugh YOUNG, Soldier

Marie Dolores PISANI, born 28th April 1876 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Vittoria PISCOPO, the daughter of Salvatore PISCOPO, married Edward MASTERS, Private, Army Hospital Corps, on 2nd February 1864, in a Roman Catholic ceremony. He abandoned her some time afterwards. She did not hear from him after 1875, so did not know if he were dead or alive. On 31st July 1882 she married Josiah PACKMAN, in St.Paul’s Anglican cathedral, Valletta, stating that she was a widow

John PITCAIRN, 2nd mate on an English Brig, aged 24 years. Buried 4th January 1849

Louisa PITT, born 12th April 1825, the daughter of George Dean Pitt

Vernon Herbert PITT, born 12th April 1867, the son of Mary and Herbert Pitt

William PITT, buried 16th August 1839. Master Intendent HM Dockyard

Joseph PITTS, watchmaker, at 277 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1815

Vincent Paul PIZZUTO, born 17th January 1861 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Albert Theobald PLESH, born 15th May 1862, the son of Hugo and Esther Plesh, nee HAKOUN

Erichetta Olca PLESCH, aged 2 years, buried 28th June 1859

Alfred PLESH, born 14th March 1861, the son of Hugo and Esther Plesh, nee HAKOUN

Eliza PLESH, born 3rd February 1860, the daughter of Hugo and Esther Plesh, nee HAKOUN

Henry PLESH, born 15th September 1855, the son of Hugo and Esther Plesh, nee HAKOUN

Henry Aloys PLESH, born 18th March 1864, the son of Hugo and Esther Plesch, nee HAKOUN

Raffaele PLESH, born 22nd July 1867, the son of Hugo and Esther Plesh, nee HAKOUN

Achille POITET, aged 39 years, bachelor, Journalist, recently arrived from Rome, the son of Denys Poitet deceased, married 22nd May 1880, to Stella Maria SWIFT, aged 30 years, spinster, recently arrived from Rome, the daughter of Godwin Swift, commonly called Viscount Carlingford, Gentleman deceased

Sarah POLDING, born in Malta about 1811. Living in Gravesend, Kent, in 1851

Joseph Simon POLE, died 27th April 1852, aged 29 years, in Royal Naval Hospital Bighi. Clerk in the office of Rear Admiral Superintendent. Buried 28th April in San Lorenzo Church

Catherine Marie POLIDORO, born 20th January 1857 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

George POLO, born in Malta 1837, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Elizabeth Mary POMPEIANO, aged 28 years, the wife of Ignazio Pompeiano, buried 15th December 1847

Ignazio POMPEIANO, 21+, bachelor, born in Messina, Sicily, the son of Giuseppe and Paola Pompeiano, married 9th February 1847 to, Elizabeth Mary WATSON, 21+, spinster, born in Burton, Lincolnshire, the daughter of Edward and Sophia Watson

Ignazio POMPEIANO, Sicilian Consul, died 18th September 1850, from cholera,

Antonio PONS, born in Nadur 1833, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Arthur Edward Valette PONSONBY, born 4th December 1827, the son of H.E.the Governor of Malta, the Hon.F.C.Ponsonby and the Right Honourable the Lady Emily Ponsonby his wife

Sir Frederic Cavendish PONSONBY, Governor of Malta from 22nd December 1826 until May 1835. He was born 6th July 1783, the second son of Lady Henrietta Frances Ponsonby, nee Spencer the second daughter of Earl Spencer and Frederick Ponsonby, the Third Earl of Bessborough. He started his army career as an Ensign with the 10th Dragoons in January 1800, promoted to Lieutenant in June 1800, and Captain in August 1803.

He transferred to the 60th Regiment in April 1806 and served with them in Ireland. The following year he moved to the 23rd Light Dragoons as a Major and was with them in Spain. On 11th June 1811, he took command of the 12th Light Dragoons, and saw much action with them throughout the Peninsular War. He was made Brevet-Colonel and A.D.C. to the King in 1814. At the Battle of Waterloo he was severely wounded and left overnight on the battlefield as dead. He suffered loss of blood from seven wounds but was found the following morning. He was serving in the Ionian Islands when he was appointed Governor of Malta in 1826. Ill health caused him to resign as Governor in May 1835. In 1838 a monument to him was erected on St.Andrew’s Bastion, Valletta, but it was struck by lightning in January 1864, and today just the plinth can be seen in Hastings Gardens.

He married Emily Charlotte BATHURST, the second daughter of Earl Bathurst, on 16th March 1825, and she bore him three sons and three daughters. He died in Hampshire on 11th January 1837

Georgina Melita Maria PONSONBY, born 16th February 1829, the daughter of H.E. the Governor of Malta, Major General the Honourable F.C.Ponsonby and the Rt.Hon. Lady Emily Ponsonby

Harriet Julia Frances PONSONBY, born 27th October 1830, the daughter of H.E. Governor of Malta, the Hon.F.C.Ponsonby, and Rt.Hon. Lady Emily Ponsonby

Melita PONSONBY, born in Malta about 1829. In 1851 living with her family in Hampton Court, Middlesex

Selina Barbara Wilhelmina PONSONBY, born 20th January 1835, the daughter of Lady Emily and the Hon. Frederick C. Ponsonby

John PONTING, aged 43 years, widower, born in Helperton, Wiltshire, Labourer, the son of John and Susannah Ponting, married 6th August 1867 to, Sarah Anne MUNDY, aged 34 years, widow, born in West Lavington, Wiltshire

James POOLE, aged 28 years, Clerk in the ….. Department, buried 2nd October 1823

William POOLMAN, living at 285 Strada Due Porte, Senglea, 1852

George Collins POORE, aged 49 years, of Park Place, Wickham, Hampshire, buried 2nd December 1844

Maria Clara POPPLESTONE, born in Malta about 1850. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Sir Agostino PORTELLI, born 1780, amassed a fortune in business ventures, and was the First President of the Chamber of Commerce. Died 1854

Joseph PORTELLI, born 9th February 1870 in Gharghur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Louis PORTELLI, born 20th October 1875 in Zebbug, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Marie Anne PORTELLI, born 8th May 1874 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michael Joseph Anthony PORTELLI, born 8th November 1845 in Nadur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Richard William PORTELLI, born 28th November 1881 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore Anthony Francis PORTELLI, born 14th January 1853 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore Michael Joseph PORTELLI, born 3rd May 1855 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis A. PORTELLY, died 9th September 1850 from cholera

Caroline Esther PORTER, born 15th July 1828, the daughter of William Henry and Mary Porter, Shipwright in Naval Arsenal. Living in Greenwich, Kent, in 1851

Charlotte Mary PORTER, born 7th January 1827, the daughter of Mary and William Henry Porter, Shipwright in Naval Arsenal. She was buried 23rd August 1827, aged 9 months

Lydia Sarah PORTER, baptised 12th June 1825, the daughter of Mary and William Henry Porter

Mary PORTER, born in Malta about 1797. Living in Greenwich in 1851

William PORTER, Shipwright, worked in HM Dockyard from May 1821 until his death 11th June 1832, aged 32 years. Died in hospital

William Henry PORTER, aged 23 years, bachelor, from Deptford, Kent, Shipwright, Naval Arsenal, resident in Malta, married 18th April 1824, to Mary WALTER, aged 27 years, spinster, from Marylebone, London, resident in Malta

William PORTER, died in Tripoli, Barbary, 23rd January 1870, the United States Consul

Margaret POTTER, aged 22 years, buried 15th September 1855

William POTTER, 21+, widower, born in Woolwich, Kent, Shipwright, HM Dockyard, the son of John and Elizabeth Potter, married 13th August 1857 to, Josepha Jane SPURIN, spinster, minor, born in Torpoint, Cornwall, the daughter of John and Josepha Spurin, residents in Malta

Rt. Hon Sir Henry POTTINGER, aged 66 years, buried 22nd March 1856

George POWELL, arrived on the Frigate Endymion, from Tunis and Algiers. Died 7th May 1835, in the Lazaretto

Hannah POWELL, buried 10th January 1825, aged 8 years

James POWELL, aged 34 years, Fireman, on the English Steamer Tenerife, buried 14th November 1855

POWER’s Lodging House at 47 Strada San Lucia, Valletta, in 1847

Henry B. POWER, born in Malta about 1821. Living in Bramley, Surrey, in 1851

Sarah POWER, died 26th April 1864, aged 74 years. From Ireland

William POWER, 21+, bachelor, born in Fermanagh, Ireland, the son of Cornelius and Margaret Power, Servant and Courier, married 12th February 1856 to, Christina Eva HALY, 21+, spinster, born in Altop, Bavaria, the daughter of Ludovic and Elizabeth Haly

Alfred William POWLES, dissolved his partnership with James Bell, and retired from James Bell & Company, Malta, and Bell, Powles & Co., Trieste, in January 1823

Evelyn Violet Loraine POYNTER, died 6th January 1872 of typhoid fever, aged 4 years, the youngest daughter of Captain Poynter

August PRALET, 21+, bachelor, born London, the son of Auguste and Louise Pralet, married 18th April 1872, to Lizzie DRASSEN, 21+, spinster, of Neath, South Wales, the daughter William and Esther Drassen

Helen Jennet PRATT, died 20th October 1868 at Bebek, the daughter of Dr.Pratt, aged 2 years

Joseph Verim PRATT, born 19th February 1868, the son of George and Sophia Pratt, nee TODMAN, HM Dockyard Police

Sarah Sophia PRATT, Born 31st July 1865, the daughter of George and Sophia Pratt, nee TODMAN, Constable, HM Dockyard

William Todman PRATT, born 10th October 1859, the son of George and Sophia Pratt, nee TODMAN, from Woolavington, Sussex

Percy Clarke PRESGRAVE, aged 19 months, buried 22nd May 1862

Ch. PRESTON, arrived on the Sloop Scout, from Constantinople. Died 14th April 1835, in the Lazaretto, from inflammation of intestines

Frederick Waters PRESTON, granted a licence to open a school 1st April 1844

Frederick George PRESTON, the son of Caroline and Thomas Edward Preston, married 14th April 1879, to Mary Louise MAMO, the daughter of Pauline and Lewis Ovidio Mamo

John PRESTON, aged 27 years, seaman, on the English Barque Conucopia, buried 25th October 1850

Hulton George PRESTON, baptised 16th March 1884, the son of Frederick George and Marie Louise Preston

Alphionso de Conti PREZIOSI, 21+, the son of Conti Giuseppe Preziosi, married 24th November 1875, to Annette Diana WARRINGTON, 21+

Amedeo PREZIOSI, Maltese artist and water-colourist. Born 30th November 1816, died in San Stefano, nr.Istanbul, Turkey, 27th September 1882. Accidentally shot himself whilst hunting

Jane Gustavine PRIANTE, born 16th April 1859, the daughter of Catherine and Edward Priante

Louisa Catherine PRIANTE, born 12th September 1857, the daughter of Catherine and Edward Priante

Louisa Catherine PRIANTE, spinster, the daughter of Edward Priante, married 8th January 1880, to William FOGG, aged 28 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, 98th Regiment, the son of John Fogg

Victoria Josephine PRIANTE, born 27th October 1860, the daughter of Catherine and Edward Priante, of Messina

David PRICE, aged 28 years, Steward, buried 1st January 1862

James PRICE, died 8th August 1839, arrived on the French Steamer Danta. A boy, died in the Lazaretto

John PRICE, Chief Warder, Military Prison, married 2nd June 1857 to, Phoebe GARDINER, widow

John PRICE, died 2nd May 1865, aged 62 years 11 months. From Plymouth, Devon. Superintendent of Corradino Prison

Mrs Margaret PRICE, died 4th October 1856, aged 44 years, the wife of John Price, Chief Warder in charge of the Military Prison at Lower St.Elmo. Left a husband and ten children

Mary Anne PRICE, aged 21 years, buried 24th July 1865

Sydney Henry PRICE married in 1893, to Agnes LOFTUS, at Tarxien

William PRICE, 21+, bachelor, born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Schoolmaster, the son of John and Margaret Price, married 9th July 1863 to, Maria Anne MURPHY, spinster, minor, born in Gibraltar, the daughter of William and Eliza Murphy

John PRIESMAN, died 19th July 1837, arrived on the HM Bellerophon, from Tunis. Died in the Lazaretto, from cholera

William Henry PRIESTLEY, Assistant Commissary General, buried 16th September 1841

Henry PRIME, seaman, from London, buried 16th June 1845, aged 18 years

Thomas Harry Ratcliffe PRING, baptised 27th September 1861, the son of Thomas Dunn and Caroline Henrietta Pring, Purveyor's Clerk

PRINCESS ROYAL Hotel at 11 Strada Vescovo, Valletta, in 1847

Mr. PRITCHARD, Committee Member, House of Industry, lived at 105 Strada St.Giovanni, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

James PRITCHARD, Labourer, working in HM Dockyard January 1801

S.R. PRITCHARD, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1889

Ada Emma PROCTOR, born 19th December 1872, the daughter of Susan and William Proctor

Anne PROCTOR, born in Malta about 1838. Living in Chester in 1851

John PROCTOR, aged 42 years, buried 17th August 1847. Born at Chorlton, near Nantwich, Cheshire

John PROUT, buried 26th December 1852, Master Mariner, aged 34 yeares

Felice PSAILA, 2nd Class Constable, granted a gratuity of £ 20 in 1855, since his length of service did not qualify for a pension

Paola PSAILA, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Andrew Psaila deceased, married 7th December 1891, to Benjamin EVANS, aged 27 years, bachelor, Private, Welch Regiment, the son of Thomas Evans

W. PUCKFORD, died 26th January 1841, arrived on the HM Edimburgo, from Marmorice. Died in the Lazaretto

Andrea PUGLIOSEVICH, Guard 2nd Class, Marine Police, 1855

Andrea PUGLISEVICH, had a printing concern in 1890

Joseph PULIS, died 12th September 1852, aged 84 years, at his country residence in Balzan. Consul for Denmark, and previously for the USA and Barbary States

Francis Hugh PULLEN, living at 11 Piazza San Margarita, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Dr. Gabriele PULLICINO, active 1805

William Samuel PULMAN, born 28th October 1844, the son of Mary Ann and Samuel Pulman

John Apsley PULTENEY, died 17th April 1839, aged 33 years, the son of John and Elizabeth Pulteney

Henry PURCHAS, 21+, bachelor, born in Brisley, Norfolk, 3rd Assistant Engineer, HM Dockyard, married 15th November 1849 to, Ann KILL, 21+, spinster, born in East Meon, Hampshire, the daughter of Nicholas and Grace Kill

Charles John PURDIE, 21+, bachelor, born in Smyrna, the son of James and Elizabeth Purdie, married 31st January 1856 to, Elizabeth MALLIA, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Francis and Lucy Mallia

J. PURDIE, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 17th October 1857 to, Elizabeth SAUNDERS, from London

James PURDIE, died May 1845, lately at Alexandria, but formerly of Smyrna

James Nelson PURDIE, bachelor, born in Smyna, married 17th April 1849 to, Carolina MALLIA, spinster, born in Malta

James Nelson PURDIE, resident Malta, electoral list 1852

Richard John PURKISS, 21+, bachelor, of Stoke Newington, London, married 22nd December 1869, to Jane JEFFREY, 21+, spinster, of Grendon, Northamptonshire

Anna PUSLOW, buried 29th September 1861

Edward Charles PUSLOW, from London, married 28th July 1816 to, Anna STAFFORD, from Glasgow

Edward Charles PUSLOW, died 17th July 1846, aged 73 years. Formerly

Commissariat Department then Storekeeper for the Board of Supply, and

subsequently Agent for the P.&.O. Company

Anna PUSTON, died 20th April 1861, aged 75 years, from Glasgow

George PYMAN, buried 22nd July 1844

Robert PYMAN, buried 2nd February 1844

Ann PYNE, born in Malta in 1806. Married. Living in Bermondsey, London, in 1851

V. QUATTROCCHI, Hairdresser, 89/90 Strada Santa Lucia, Valletta

William QUEEN, aged 35 years, English Fireman, buried 6th August 1855

Giacomo QUERTA, aged 27 years, buried 12th May 1859

John QUIN, died 26th September 1853, Captain. Owner of several vessels. His death was due to delirium tremens

William QUINCEY, born 1851, baptised 4th April 1869, the son of Lang Wang Quincey, a Chinese farmer

Charles QUINLAND, aged 32 years, from Rio de Janiero, buried 9th January 1869

Giovanna Giorgina Maria QUINN, died 9th May 1892, the wife of Thomas Valentine Quinn. Born 9th June 1836. She was found drowned in the well at her residence in St.Julians, and had recently been discharged from the Lunatic Asylum

T.V. QUINN, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1892

Reverend William QUINN D.D., died 21st November 1885. He was a Teacher of English at the Lyceum

Thomas Romaine QUINNEY, born 10th March 1877, the son of Charles and Elizabeth Quinney, Scripture Reader

Carmela QUINTANO, 21+, spinster, of Valletta, married 30th November 1842, to Richard William MATTOCKS, 21+, bachelor, of Leicester

Friederich Theodore RABE, 21+, bachelor, born in Bielefeld, Prussia, the son of Otto Heinrich and Caroline Louise Rabe, nee Bertelmann, married 16th June 1849 to, Teresa OTTAVIANI, spinster, minor with her parent’s consent, born in Messina, Sicily, the daughter of Francesco Antonio and Matilda Ottaviani, of Messina

Henry RABEY, aged 50 years, seaman, buried 14th December 1868

Ann RADBONE, born in Malta about 1802. Married. Living in Thame, Oxfordshire, in 1851

Thomas RADCLIFFE, born in Malta about 1835. Living in West Derby, Lancashire, in 1851

George RADIMILI, died 28th May 1870, aged 2 years 6 months, from diphtheria. The fifth son of Pietro Radimili, HM Dockyard

Raffaele RADIMILI, died 5th June 1869, aged 43 years, of Senglea, HM Victualling Yard

Pietro RADMILLI, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Mrs RADMILLI, the wife of Pietro Radmilli, HM Dockyard, gave birth to a daughter 31st May 1862, in Senglea

Ellrich Anton Ditlef Motzfeldt RAEDER, born 14th March 1868, the son of Julie and Ole Munch Raeder, Consul of Sweden

Johan Christoffer Georg RAEDER, born 25th August 1863, the son of Julie and Ole Munch Raeder

Giulio Henrico RAESSINGER, 21+, bachelor, born in Naples, the son of Sebastiana Lepreux and Beniamo Francesco Raessinger, of Neufchatel, Switzerland, married 24th May 1860 to, Lucia Elisabetta DAVID, spinster, minor, born in Calabria, Italy, the daughter of Carlotta and Davide David of Naples

Hugh RAFFERTY, granted a licence to open a school 18th October 1827

Henry RAFTER, born in Malta about 1830. In 1851 living in St.Pancras, London

Christina RAINES, born 12th March 1848, the daughter of George and Isabella Raines, nee ANDERSON

Fleda Louisa RAINES, born 8th March 1858, the daughter of George and Harriett Raines, nee CAREY

George Alexander RAINES, widower, born in Lintrathen, Forfar, Scotland, the son of Alexander and Margaret Raines, married 14th June 1855 to, Harriet Elizabeth CAREY, 21+, spinster, born in Chelsea, London, the daughter of John and Elizabeth Carey

George Alexander RAINES, living Misida, electoral list 1852

George Veitch RAINES, buried 6th July 1847, aged 7 months, the son of George Raines

Harriett Ann RAINES, born 20th September 1856, the daughter of George and Harriett Elizabeth Raines, nee CAREY

Harriet Anne RAINES, minor, with parents consent, born Malta, the daughter of George and Harriet Raines, married 2nd September 1875, to Charles Woloron WELLES, 21+, bachelor, Corporal, Army Service Corps, of Richmond, Surrey, the son of John and Amelia Welles

Illfleuda Louisa RAINES, full age, spinster, the daughter of George Raines, married 6th March 1882, to Charles Woloron WELLES, full age, widower, Staff-Sergeant, C & T Corps, the son of the John Welles, Gentleman

Isabella RAINES, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of George and Isabella Raines, married 7th April 1869 to Hugh LAMB, bachelor, born Pembroke, Corporal, Royal Engineers, the son of George and Susannah Lamb

J.J. and C. RAINES, Milliners, at Piazza San Giovanni, Valletta, in 1851

John RAINES, born 14th June 1853, the son of George and Isabella Raines, nee ANDERSON

Lissa Martha Parson RAINES, buried 24th March 1827, aged 15 years

Mary Rebecca RAINES, born 8th November 1849, the daughter of Isabella Anderson and George Alexander Raines

Carmelo Washington RAISS, born 11th January 1855, the son of Jane and Wenceslas Raiss

Charles Richard RAISS, born 5th September 1856, the son of Jane and Wencdeslas Raiss

Edward Peter RAISS, born 6th January 1861, the son of Jane and Wenceslas Raiss

Elizabeth Anne RAISS, born 23rd May 1845, the daughter of Jane and Wenceslas Raiss

Frederick Richard (Federico) RAISS, born 4th June 1849, and died 1st November 1850, aged 17 months, the infant son of Jane and Wenceslas Raiss

George Albert RAISS, born 6th March 1851, the son of Jane and Wenceslas Raiss

George Albert RAISS, aged 8 years, buried 13th April 1858

Henry RAISS, born 1st March 1858, the son of Jane and Wenceslas Raiss

Ida Mary Anna RAISS, born 20th October 1852, the daughter of Jane and Wenceslas Raiss

R. RAIS, Dancing Master, at Strada Forni, Valletta, in 1847

Venceslas RAIS, 21+, bachelor, from Pressburg, Hungary, Dancing Master, the son of Elizabeth and Volff Rais, married 30th September 1843 to, Jane DAVIS, the daughter of Morgan and Ann Davis

William Frederick RAISS, born 14th November 1847, the son of Jane and Wenceslas Raiss

Mr. RAITT, Secretary of Bankruptcy, lived at 2 Cavaliere, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Henry Alexander RAITT, born at Calais 24th August 1816, the son of Louisa Alexander and Charles Frederick Raitt, fromerly 13th Light Dragoons

William F. RAITT, born in Malta about 1823. Living in Thorpe, Norfolk, in 1851

Mary RALPH, buried 12th August 1828, aged 34 years, the wife of Samuel Ralph, HM Dockyard

Thomas RAMPLEY, 21+, bachelor, from Norwich, married 20th April 1830, to Lydia Ann KINGSWELL, 21+, from Deptford, Kent

Andrew J. RAMSEY, born in Malta about 1849. Living in Clovelly, Devon, in 1851

William RANDLE, aged 60 years, Mariner, died in the Civil Hospital, buried 27th November 1824

Eleanor Georgina RANDOLPH, aged 11 months, buried 21st June 1854

Sir Agostino RANDON, died March 1853. Appointed to the bench in 1817, invested with Knight Commander of the Order of St.Michael and St.George, in August 1839

Laura Valetta RANKING, born 11th September 1830, the daughter of Henry and Frances Helen Ranking. In 1851 living in Reigate, Surrey

Albert RAPA, born in Nadur 1855, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph RAPA, born 30th October 1840 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Vincentia Juliana RAPA, born 7th May 1862 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore RAPINETT, Merchant, at 95 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847

Iso Anthony RASSAM, bachelor, from Mosul, Turkey, married 1st January 1835, to Matilda Percey BADGER, minor, the daughter of Ann Badger, widow, of Bath, Somerset

Lucy RATHBONE, died 4th April 1848, aged 42 years, the wife of Theodore Rathbone, and daughter of Edward Pearson.

Francis Alexander RATTRAY, aged 4 months, buried 16th September 1861

Henry RAULL MD, living at 44 Strada San Paolo, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

Oldfield RAVEN, 21+, bachelor, born in Ickham, Norfolk, Police Constable, HM Dockyard, the son of William and Charlotte Raven, married 25th November 1868 to, Charlotte MINNS, 21+, spinster, born in Ickham, Norfolk, the daughter of Robert and Martha Minns

Philip RAVENHILL, living at 35 Strada Allesandria, Cospicua, 1852

Edward George RAWLINS, born 30th May 1862, the son of Eliza Teresa and Edward Rawlins

Elizabeth Ann RAWLINSON, born about 1813 in Malta. Married. Living in Westmorland, in 1851

Edward RAYMENT, born 23rd December 1864, the son of Susannah and Edward George Rayment, Engineer with the P.&.O. Company. Buried 26th December 1864, aged one day

Henry John RAYMENT, born 26th July 1868, the son of Susannah and Edward George Rayment

Richard Charles RAYMENT, born 8th December 1866, the son of Susannah and Edward George Rayment

Frederick RAYNER, seaman, from Liverpool, buried 8th May 1871

George RAYSON, aged 29 years, bachelor, of Carlisle, the son of George and Catherine Rayson, Merchant, married 26th November 1877, to Emily Eva LEGGE, aged 32 years, spinster, of Brighton, Sussex, the daughter of Richard and Eliza Legge

Mary Emily REA, born 18th September 1859, the daughter of Emily and Frederick William Rea

Beatrice Melita READ, born 20th June 1891, the son of Elizabeth and Charles Valentine Read, Engineer, of Vittoriosa

Charles Maurice READ, born 25th September 1889, the son of Elizabeth and Charles Valentine Read, Engineer, of Vittoriosa

John READ, aged 25 years, seaman, buried 25th July 1862

Sarah A. READ, born in Malta about 1817. Married. Living in Alverstoke, Hampshire, in 1851

William READ, 21+, bachelor, born in Exning, Suffolk, and the Rising Sun, Floriana, the son of Charles and Mary Ann Read, married 23rd September 1865 to, Rose Christian MASCOE, 21+, spinster, born in Blackheath, Kent, the daughter of John and Ann Mascoe

William Mascoe READ, born 24th February 1867, the son of Rose Christian and William Read

W. READ, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1877

Agnes READE, born 2nd December 1851, the daughter of Sophia Matilda Henrietta and Richard Reade, Vice Consul in Tripoli

Frances Georgina READE, born 27th December 1861, the daughter of Sophia and Richard Reade, Vice Consul at Bengazi, Regency of Tripoli

George William READE, born 29th March 1849, the son of Sophia Matilda Henrietta and Richard Reade, Vice Consul in Tripoli

Mathew READING, born in Malta about 1811. Living in Marylebone, London, in 1851

Sarah REASON, aged 70 years, buried 7th September 1850

Thomas James RECORD, 21+, bachelor, born in Lambeth, London, employee HM Dockyard, the son of Anne and Thomas James Record, married 22nd September 1855 to, Rosina Adelaide CHAPMAN, 21+, spinster, born in Woolwich, Kent, the daughter of Charles and Mary Ann Chapman

Joseph REDDING, HM Dockyard Police, October 1857

Henry REDMAN, born in Senglea 5th October 1892

Elizabeth REED, born in Malta about 1831. Living in Mile End, London, in 1851

Filippo REICHMANN, bachelor, from Stuttgart, Wurtemburg, Germany, married 14th April 1849 to, Marianna VELLA

Sir William REID, Governor of Malta from 1851 to 1858. He was born 25th April 1791, the eldest son of Alexandrina Reid, nee Fyers, the daughter of Thomas Fyers, and James Reid, a Minister of the Scots Church, at Kinglassie, Fifeshire. He entered the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich in 1806, became a 2nd Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers on 10th February 1809, and Lieutenant on 23rd April 1810. He joined the British Army in Lisbon and served throughout the Peninsular War, seeing action at all the major battles. Made 2nd Captain on 20th December 1814 he went next to America serving under Sir Edward Packenham, returning to England in May 1815. In January 1816 he was appointed Adjutant of the Royal Sappers and Miners. A few months later he was present at the bombardment of Algiers. In 1824 he was posted to Ireland till 1827, and was involved in surveying the country. In December 1831 he left for the West Indies. He was the author of an authoritative book regarding the origins and effects of storms and hurricanes, published in 1838 and in January 1839 was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. At the same time, January 1839, was made Governor of Bermuda, where he set about improving the education of the local population and the method of farming the land. In 1846 he transferred to Barbados, returning to England in 1848. In 1849 he was appointed Commanding Royal Engineer at Woolwich. In 1850 he was made President of the Board of Trade, and Chairman of the Great Exhibition 1851 Committee. On 27th October 1851 he was announced as Governor of Malta. Whilst on Malta he again used his position to improve education and agriculture, and pursued his interest in scientific matters. He married Sarah BOLLAND, the youngest daughter of John Bolland MP, on 5th November 1818 at Clapham, South London, He returned to England in 1858, his wife died on 19th February 1858, whilst he died later that year on 31st October 1858 at his home in Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, London. Five daughters survived them

Baron John RENDLESHAM, aged 24 years, bachelor, of Rendlesham, Suffolk, now resident in Malta, married 30th November 1809, to Mary Andalusia DICKENS, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of Lieut-Colonel Samuel Trevor Dickens, Royal Engineers

Emily RENNIE, aged 32 years, the wife of Captain James Rennie, buried 21st August 1860

Charles Kerr RENWICK, 21+, bachelor, born in Jedburgh, Scotland, the son of William and Mary Renwick, married 7th February 1846 to, Eliza BEATON, spinster, born in Bermuda, minor with parent’s consent, James and Eliza Beaton

R. RESTALL, Artificer in the Factory, October 1857

R. RESTALL Jnr, Artificer in the Factory, October 1857

William H. REVELL, aged 44 years, of the steamer Hawk, buried 31st May 1852

Isabel REYNOLDS, born in Malta about 1829. Married. Living in Minster, Kent, in 1851

George REYNOLDS, aged 16 years, of the English Barque Woolsington, buried 5th September 1850

John REYNOLDS, 21+, bachelor, from Edinburgh, married 31st May 1839, to Charlotte BLACK, 21+, spinster, from Ireland

John REYNOLDS, born 16th January 1849. Teacher of English in January 1882

Julia REYNOLDS, aged 66 years, buried 25th October 1854

Mary Ann Grace REYNOLDS, born 8th March 1849, the daughter of Eliza Jane and Stephen Reynolds

Mary Ann Grace REYNOLDS, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Stephen and Eliza Reynolds, married 6th January 1874, to John McGILL, 21+, bachelor, Clerk in Telegraph office, of Dundee, Scotland, the son of Dan and Alice McGill

Richard Hood REYNOLDS, born 15th May 1854, the son of Eliza Jane and Stephen Reynolds

Richard Hood REYNOLDS, aged 18 years, the son of the late Stephen Reynolds, buried 4th July 1872

Stephen REYNOLDS, 21+, bachelor, born in Horndean, Hampshire, married 6th March 1848 to, Eliza Jane VICKERS, the widow of John Vickers, born Clapham, Surrey

Stephen REYNOLDS, living at 7D Strada Mercanti, Valletta, electoral list 1852. Died 9th November 1864, aged 48 years. Merchant

William Lindsay REYNOLDS, born 16th August 1851, the son of Eliza Jane and Stephen Reynolds

William REYNOLDS, born in Malta about 1842. Living in Alverstoke, Hampshire, in 1851

Simon REYTER, Swedish Seaman, died in the Civil Hospital, buried 27th November 1829

John Mackrell RHODES, born 20th October 1846, the son of Eliza and John Rhodes. He died and was buried 27th March 1847, aged 5 months

Anna RICHARD, born in Malta about 1830. Living in Old Street, London, in 1851

Thomas RICHARD, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

C. RICHARDS, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1893

Joseph RICHARDS, Sawyer, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Richard RICHARDS, aged 15 years, buried 14th January 1852

Alexander RICHARDSON, born 18th September 1819, the son of Catherine and William Richardson, Master Cooper, Navy Vicutalling Yard

Benjamin RICHARDSON, 21+, widower, born in Somerset, married 19th June 1828 to, Sarah BABBINGTON, 21+, spinster, from Shropshire

Benjamin RICHARDSON, aged 43 years, Assistant Inspectors Office, Medical Department, died of cholera, buried 22nd July 1837

Caroline RICHARDSON, born 29th December 1820, the daughter of Benjamin and Sarah Richardson

Caroline RICHARDSON, born 25th November 1822, the daughter of Jane and Henry Richardson, Publican, living in Burmola

Caroline RICHARDSON, buried 7th August 1824, the daughter of Henry and Jane Richardson

Caroline RICHARDSON, minor, with parents consent, the daughter of the late Benjamin and Sarah Richardson, married 22nd December 1840, to Benjamin BURROWS, 21+, of Pickwick, Wiltshire

Miss Caroline RICHARDSON, Schoolmistress at House of Industry, in 1851, but lost her job when the place was closed down in 1853

Ellenor RICHARDSON, born 13th January 1830, the daughter of Henry and Jane Richardson

Frances Henrietta RICHARDSON, aged 48 years, spinster, born in Malta, buried 14th November 1871

Harry Justines RICHARDSON, aged 23 years, bachelor, Accountant, the son of Robert Richardson, married 7th April 1891, to Lilian STEPHENSON, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of George Stephenson

Harriet RICHARDSON, aged 36 years, buried 9th February 1855

Henry RICHARDSON, aged 44 years, the husband of Jane. Buried 9th July 1837

Jonas Peter RICHARDSON, buried 18th May 1823, Swedish seaman

Jane RICHARDSON, aged 45 years, the wife of Henry Richardson. Buried 13th July 1837

Jannet RICHARDSON, aged 21 years, buried 20th April 1840

Louisa Harriett RICHARDSON, born 17th May 1827, the daughter of Henry and Jane Richardson. She was buried 15th August 1828, aged 15 months

Mary Anne RICHARDSON, born 17th August 1820, the daughter of Henry and Jane Richardson

Mary Ann RICHARDSON, buried 12th October 1822, aged 26 months, the daughter of Henry and Jane Richardson

Nena Montague Hinde RICHARDSON, born 22nd February 1885, the daughter of the Reverend Walter and Alice Mary Hinde Richardson

Sarah RICHARDSON, aged 25 years, the wife of B. Richardson, Medical Department, buried 11th October 1827

Mrs Sarah RICHARDSON, died 20th March 1850, aged 47 years

Thomas RICHARDSON, born 19th February 1821, the son of William and Catherine Richardson, Master Cooper, Victualling Yard

Thomas RICHARDSON, buried 19th March 1822, aged 16 months

Wilhelmina Christiana RICHARDSON, born 2nd February 1823, the daughter of Catherine and William Richardson, of the Naval Arsenal

Mary RICHMOND, born in Malta about 1802. Living in Nottingham in 1851

William RICKARDS, 21+, widower, born Messina, Sicily, Merchant, the son of Maria Rosaria and Thomas Rickards, late HM Commissariat, married 29th November 1851 to, Sarah BRINE, 21+, spinster, born Somerset, the daughter of James and Sarah Brine

Edward George Pink RICKCORD, born 4th June 1878, the son of William Charles and Ellen Rickcord, Clerk in the Dockyard

Eliza Ann RICKCORD, born 24th March 1844, the daughter of Elizabeth Dyer and Thomas Rickcord

John George Valentine RICKCORD, born 18th November 1833, the son of Elizabeth and Thomas Pink Rickcord

James George Winlo RICKCORD, born 25th July 1841, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Rickcord

James George Winlo RICKCORD, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, Clerk in HM Dockyard, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Rickcord, married 25th February 1868 to, Filomena Carolina Matilda MIZZI, spinster, minor, the daughter of Vincenzo and Paulina Mizzi

J.G.W. RICKCORD, Clerk, HM Dockyard, 1871

Mabel Georgina RICKCORD, born 10th June 1890, the daughter of William and Helen Rickcord, Clerk, HM Dockyard

Mary Anne Watson RICKCORD, born 28th February 1832, the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Dyer Rickcord

Percival Scott RICKCORD, born 14th February 1879, the son of Valentine Dyer James and Margaret Robina Rickcord

Rebecca Rowlstone RICKCORD, minor with her parents consent, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Elizabeth and Thomas Pink Rickcord, married 27th January 1863 to, John Clark DREW, 21+, bachelor, born Canada, Lieutenant, HMS Medina, the son of Andrew and Mary Drew

Reginald Victor RICKCORD, born 18th November 1886,the son of William and Ellen Rickcord, Clerk, HM Dockyard

Sophia Georgina RICKCORD, born 23rd August 1836, the daughter of Elizabeth and Thomas Rickcord

Thomas RICKCORD, 21+, bachelor, from Woolwich, Kent, married 1st January 1831, to Elizabeth Dyer HALE, 21+, spinster, of Gibraltar

Thomas Pink RICKCORD, 3rd Clerk, Naval Arsenal in 1849. Living at 7 Piazza San Margarita, Cospicua, 1852. Royal Dockyard Artillery Battalion, Lieutenant T.P. Rickcord with Factory Company in 1856. Senior Clerk in 1871. Buried 16th February 1888, aged 82 years, a Pensioner. Had been Chief Clerk, HM Dockyard

Valentine Dyer James RICKCORD, born 8th January 1839, the son of Elizabeth and Thomas Rickcord

William Charles RICKCORD, 21+, bachelor, Clerk in HM Dockyard, born Malta, the son of Elizabeth and Thomas Pink Rickcord, married 12th July 1877, to Helen GRANT, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of George and Paulina Grant

William RICKCORD, buried 30th March 1895, aged 44 years, born Malta.

Had been Clerk, HM Dockyard

William RICKCORD, living Strada Nuova, dietro Capua Palace, Sliema, 1895 Voters list

Isabella RIDDELL, buried 12th December 1829, aged 44 years, the wife of John Riddell

John RIDDELL, buried 25th November 1829, aged 38 years

Richard RIDDLE, aged 26 years, buried 5th August 1834, in the Lazaretto

Fanny P. RIDGE, born in Malta about 1821. Married. In 1851 living in Wolverhampton

Anna May RIECHELMANN, born 11th January 1875, the daughter of Carl Franz and Mary Susanna Riechelmann

Charles Francis (Carl Franz) RIECHELMANN, 21+, bachelor, born in Prussia, Organist at St.Paul’s Church, Valletta, the son of Anna and Heinrich Riechelmann, married 25th June 1870 to, Mary Susanna CREWE, spinster, minor, born in Devonport, the daughter of Frederick William and Mary Anne Crewe

Carl Franz RIECHELMANN, born near Hamburg, Germany in 1832. His father was a magistrate, and wanted his son to become a clergyman, but he followed a musical career, and became a Professor of Music. He was organist at St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral in Valletta for 23 years, from 1858 till 1881. He then left Malta with his wife and family in 1882 and settled in London where he was engaged as the organist at Marylebone Presbyterian Church, near Hyde Park for twelve years. For health reasons he decided to return to Malta and on arrival in 1894 became organist at St. Andrew’s Scots Church, Valletta. He died 21st December 1900

Carl Franz RIECHELMANN, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1877

Elsa Ida RIECHELMANN, born 18th April 1878, the daughter of Carl Franz and Mary Susannah Riechelmann

Fritz Ludwig Crewe RIECHELMANN, born 10th February 1873, the son of Mary Susanna and Carl Franz Riechelmann

Henry Frederick Charles RIECHELMANN, born 20th August 1871, the son of Mary Susanna and Carl Franz Riechelmann

Renee Henriette RIECHELMANN, born 22nd October 1876, the daughter of Carl Franz and Mary Susanna Riechelmann

Thomas RIGBY, born in Malta about 1806. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

Francis RILEY, 21+, widower, born in Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex, Engineer, the son of Charles and Margaret Riley, married 17th April 1862 to, Emma WILKES, 21+, widow, born in Windsor, the daughter of Joseph and Maria Wilkes

Jane Craig RITCHIE, died in Floriana on 7th December 1859, aged 19 years, the wife of Dr. Ritchie, Bombay Artillery

John RITCHIE, granted a licence to open a school 24th March 1864

William Pollok RITCHIE, aged aged 26 years, from New Brunswick, buried 28th March 1871

Amelia Maria Concetta RIZZO, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Aloysius Rizzo, married 15th November 1893, to Frank Purchase URRY, aged 22 years, bachelor, Private, M.S. Corps, the son of Charles Urry

Charles RIZZO, born 12th November 1878 in Misida, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore RIZZO, born 26th September 1850 in Senglea, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

James ROBB, born 24th July 1857, baptised 2nd June 1879. Adult

Philip ROBERT, resident Malta, electoral list 1853

Peter A. ROBERTON, born in Malta about 1819. Living in Tiverton, Devon, in 1851John ROBERTS, aged 55 years, buried 22nd February 1842

Louisa ROBERTS, aged 44 years, buried 4th April 1832

R.J. ROBERTS, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1899, 1909

Susan ROBERTS, born in Malta about 1828. Married. Living in Rotherhithe, Kent, in 1851

William A. ROBERTS, born in Malta about 1840. Living in Bedford in 1851

Alice Jane ROBERTSON, aged 24 years, the wife of J.W. Robertson of the Bombay Civil Service, buried 1st April 1864

Charles ROBERTSON, born 18th November 1832, the son of William and Sarah Southcoat Robertson

Elizabeth ROBERTSON, born 10th May 1831, the daughter of William and Sarah Southcoat Robertson

George ROBERTSON, born 16th August 1820, the son of William and Sarah Robertson, Merchant

Helen ROBERTSON, born 11th March 1835, the daughter of Sarah and William Robertson. Living in Walcot, Somerset, in 1851

Hercules Scott ROBERTSON, born October 1829, the son of William and Sarah Southcoat Robertson

Isabella Scott ROBERTSON, born 18th February 1823, the daughter of Sarah Southcoat and William Robertson

James ROBERTSON, one of the pioneers of photography on Malta, active 1850’s, before moving to India

Richard John ROBERTSON, born 30th January 1819, the son of Sarah and William Robertson

William ROBERTSON, died 1st June 1835, Asst.Commissary General. He left a widow and numerous children

William ROBERTSON, buried 27th March 1843, aged 66 years, late Magistrate

Mary ROBESON, born in Malta about 1828. Married. Living in Marylebone, London, in 1851

Alfred ROBINSON, born 2nd January 1829, the son of John and Christiana Robinson

Alfredo ROBINSON, living 48 Strada Reale, Sliema, 1895 Voters list

Anne ROBINSON, born in Malta about 1816. Married. In 1851 living in Exeter, Devon

Charles Rowland ROBINSON, aged 29 years, bachelor, Grocer, of Bury St.Edmunds, Suffolk, the youngest son of the late Joseph Robinson, married 24th October 1898, to Mrs.Fleada Louisa WELLES, aged 39 years, Lodging House Keeper, the widow of the late Charles Woloron Welles, of Richmond, Surrey

Charlotte ROBINSON, born 6th April 1823, the daughter of Christiana and John Robinson. She was buried 22nd August 1823, aged 4 months

Charlotte Emma ROBINSON, born 17th October 1831, the daughter of Christina and John Robinson

Christiana ROBINSON, aged 73 years, died 29th May 1870. From Livorno, Italy. The widow of John Robinson

George ROBINSON, born 10th May 1824, the son of John and Christiana Robinson

J. ROBINSON, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1846

James ROBINSON, living at 167 Strada Mercanti, Valletta, electoral list 1852

John ROBINSON, living at 167 Strada Mercanti, Valletta, electoral list 1852. Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1851 - 1852 and 1854 - 1855

John ROBINSON, died 3rd September 1863, aged 75 years. Merchant. From Cumberland

John Stanley ROBINSON, born 26th December 1888, the son of Janet Wilhelmina and Walter Stanley Robinson

Margaret ROBINSON, born 18th May 1887, the daughter of Janet Wilhelmina and Walter Stanley Robinson

Mary Anne ROBINSON, born 19th September 1843, the daughter of Mary Anne and Joseph Robinson

Mary ROBINSON, born in Malta about 1815. Married. Living in Leighton Buzzard in 1851

Mary ROBINSON, born in Malta about 1844. Living in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1851

Walter Stanley ROBINSON, aged 27 years, bachelor, Organist of St.Paul’s Anglican Church, Valletta, the son of James Robinson, Schoolmaster, married 24th June 1886 to, Janet Wilhelmina WILLIAMSON, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of William Williamson, Cashier. She died 12th November 1894, aged 35 years

Walter Stanley ROBINSON, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1897. District Grand Secretary 1900. District Grandscribe E, the District Grand Chapter 1900. Third District Grand Principal 1912

Louisa Jane ROBSON, died 28th January 1855, aged 45 years, the wife of the Reverend James Stuart Robson, Chaplain HM frigate Leander. She left a young family

Thomas ROBSON, 21+, bachelor, from Tynemouth, Northumberland, Captain of the merchant brig William Burton, married 4th May 1843 to, Ann BARNARD, 21+, spinster from Portsmouth, the daughter of Thomas Barnard, Carpenter, HMS Queen

Charles ROCHE, seaman, buried 10th April 1855, aged 24 years

Giuseppe ROCKFORD, living at 28 Strada Concezione, Cospicua, 1852

Louisa RODGERS, born 10th October 1853, the daughter of Margeret and William Rodgers

Louisa RODGERS, buried 15th July 1854, aged 9 months

Mary RODGERS, born 29th September 1851, the daughter of Margaret and William Rodgers

Mary RODGERS, buried 31st December 1851, aged 3 months

William RODGERS, Warder at the Corradino Prison, 1865

Christopher Brown RODWELL, born in Malta about 1812. Living in Dorset in 1851

Christopher RODWELL, aged 38 years, bachelor, of Swaffham, Norfolk, Assistant Commissary General, married 25th February 1811, to Mary Ann BROWN, aged 18 years, spinster, of Southwark, Surrey, the daughter of Jonathan Brown, of Stroudwater, Gloucestershire, now resident Valletta, with fathers consent

Charles ROE, buried 2nd August 1854, of the P.&.O. Steamer Victus

Edward Charles Bartlett ROE, born 2nd January 1865, the son of Edith and Edward Madgewick Roe

G.D. ROE, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1881

Charles ROEBUCK, born in Malta about 1834. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Sarah ROEBUCK, aged 36 years, buried 22nd January 1838

Born in Cairo, Egypt, on 21st September 1871, a son to the wife of E.T. ROGER, HBM Consul

Caroline ROGERS, born 13th May 1855, the daughter of Margaret and William Rogers

James ROGERS, buried 27th December 1854, aged 67 years

Elizabeth ROGERS, born 12th December 1858, the daughter of Margaret and William Rogers. She was buried 21st February 1859, aged 3 months

J. ROGERS, Clerk, Naval Victualling Department in 1856

John ROGERS, aged 24 years, seaman, American Barque Carlos. Buried 18th May 1845

John F. ROGERS, Clerk, Commissariat Department in 1847. Living at 156 Strada San Michele, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

J.W. ROGERS, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1899

Thomas ROGERS, Shipwright, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Thomas ROGERS, living at 136 Strada San Michele, Cospicua, 1852

Thomas William ROGERS, born 14th June 1849, the son of Margaret and William Rogers

William ROGERS, seaman, buried 11th February 1855

Samuel ROLF, resident in Malta 1837

Giorgio ROLL, 77 Strada San Cristoforo, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Edmund ROLLINSON, born in Malta about 1822. Living in Spittlegate, Lincolnshire, in 1851

J. ROLLINSON, Artificer in the Factory, October 1857

Thomas ROLSTON, Assistant Staff Surgeon, buried 31st August 1826

Joseph ROOME, born 29th November 1815, the son of Ann Elizabeth and Joseph Roome

Anthony Joseph Lawrence ROPA, born 2nd July 1889 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Lawrence Joseph ROPA, born 25th December 1891 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Samuel ROPER, worked in Store Account Office, Royal Artillery, in 1855

Jacob ROS, born 22nd September 1872 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Charles McIver ROSE, born Sunday 2nd December 1866 in Valletta, the son of Simon and Margaret Henderson Rose, nee MILLER

Edith Isabella ROSE, died 14th August 1868, at Palermo, aged 21 months. The daughter of James Rose of Palermo

Ellen Jane ROSE, born 18th November 1856, the daughter of Jane Saunders and John Rose

Emma ROSE, died 17th June 1889, the third daughter of Simon Rose, at the residence of her sister Mrs.A.L. Jackson, 3 Strada Reale, Sliema

George Edward ROSE, born 1st February 1839, the son of Rebecca and George Edward Rose

George ROSE, born in Malta about 1813. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

George ROSE, born in Malta about 1839. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

Guiseppe ROSE LLD, resident Malta, electoral list 1854 and 1864

Hector ROSE, born in Malta about 1844. Living in Liverpool in 1851

Henry William ROSE, born 22nd July 1863, the son of Simon and Margaret

Henderson Rose, nee MILLAR, Merchant

James ROSE, died at Palermo, 20th October 1868, aged 59 years

Jane ROSE, born in Malta about 1816. Living in Liverpool in 1851

Jane ROSE, Died 13th August 1857, aged 42 years, the wife of Simon Rose

John ROSE, born in Malta about 1841. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

John ROSE, born in Malta about 1846. Living in Liverpool in 1851

John ROSE, living at 34 Strada Stretta, Valletta, electoral list 1852. Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1860 - 1861

John Alfred ROSE, born 23rd July 1840, the son of Rebecca and George Edward Rose

John Grant ROSE, born 23rd June 1852, the son of Jane and John Rose

Margaret Eliza ROSE, born 7th October 1861, the daughter of Simon and

Margaret Henderson Rose, nee MILLAR

Marianne ROSE, born in Malta about 1848. Living in Liverpool in 1851

Mary ROSE, born 9th January 1851, the daughter of Jane and John Rose

Maud Isabel Norreys ROSE, died 13th April 1875, the infant daughter of Maria and James Rose. Died at sea

Simon ROSE, 21+, from Inverness, married 10th October 1842, to Giovanna (Jane) ZIMELLI, 21+, from Valletta, the youngest daughter of the late Hector Zimelli

Simon ROSE, Merchant, at 49 Strada Forni, Valletta, in 1847. Member of the Chamber of Commerce 1856 - 1859

Simon ROSE, a Director of the Anglo-Maltese Bank in 1849. On electoral list 1849 and 1864

Simon ROSE, aged 81 years 9 months, died 2nd March 1879. Born in Dornoch, Scotland, 1st June 1797, Merchant. He had been resident in Malta for nearly sixty years, and was a staunch supporter of St.Andrew’s Scots Church

Sophia ROSE, the eldest daughter of James Rose of Palermo, married at the British Consulate Palermo, February/March/April 1868 to, Frederick GREEN, 17 Stratford Place, London

William ROSE, his wife gave birth to a son 31st March 1870, in Palermo

Baron Edward de ROSENBERG, 21+, bachelor, from Breslau, Prussia, married 18th August 1838, to Flora COATES, minor, spinster, the daughter of Edward Fredrick Coates MD, of Darlington, Durham, with consent of her Guardian

Chev. ROSENBUSCH, local Manager of the Eastern Electric Light and Power Company

Mrs ROSENBUSCH, the wife of Edward Rosenbusch, gave birth to a son 25th March 1862

Mrs ROSENBUSCH, the wife of E. Rosenbusch, Mediterranean Extension Cable Co., gave birth to a daughter 16th December 1863, in Valletta

Mrs ROSENBUSCH, gave birth to a son 22nd April 1865

E. ROSENBUSCH, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1869. District Grand Secretary 1869. Deputy District Grand Master in 1877 and again in 1880.

Mrs ROSS, the wife of Frederick Ross, HM Civil Service, gave birth to a son 19th July 1827

Mr ROSS, Registrar at Public Registry office, lived at 31 Strada Mezzodi, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Alexander ROSS, born 6th July 1822, the son of Mary Gates and John Clunes Ross

Alexander ROSS, aged 31 years, buried 22nd March 1854

Charles Douglas ROSS, born 6th August 1825, the son of Amelia and H.E. General Sir Patrick Ross, Governor of Antigua

C.B.H. ROSS, Commissioner for HM Dockyard from December 1825 until May 1829, when he left for England

Elizabeth ROSS, born 17th December 1824, the daughter of Frederic James Ross and Elizabeth

Elizabeth Jane Petrina ROSS, born 25th April 1823, the daughter of Elizabeth and Frederic James Ross. She was buried 16th January 1824, aged 9 months

Ella Tomasina ROSS, born 26th December 1829, the daughter of Frederick James and Elizabeth Ross

Farm. Gio. Andrea ROSS, living at 18 Strada Concezione, Cospicua, 1852

Finlay ROSS, Sailmaker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804.

Frederic ROSS, born 4th July 1821, son of Elizabeth and Frederic James Ross. He was buried 7th July 1821, aged 3 days

Frederick Torrians ROSS, born 19th July 1827, the son of Frederick James and Elizabeth Ross

Henry James ROSS, born 9th March 1820, the son of Mary Gates and John Clunes Ross

Henry John ROSS, 21+, born Messina, the son of Henry Williams and Elizabeth Ross, married 3rd September 1844, to Mary Anne FISCHER, 21+, born Messina, the daughter of John Anthony and Mary Anne Fischer

James ROSS, born in Malta about 1800. Living in Bridgwater, Somerset, in 185

John Clunes ROSS, Merchant, at 85 Strada Ponente, Valletta, in 1847. On electoral list 1852

John Clunes ROSS, President of the Anglo-Maltese Bank 1823

John Francis ROSS, born 13th February 1821, the son of Mary Gates and John Clunes Ross

Mary Elizabeth ROSS, born 9th November 1824, the daughter of John Clunes Ross and Mary Gates

Michel’Angelo ROSS, living at 18 Strada Concezione, Cospicua, 1852

Saverio ROSS, living at 18 Strada Concezione, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Mary ROSSITER, born in Malta about 1821. Married. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Rudolph ROTHE, 21+, bachelor, born in Carlsberg, Transylvania, the son of Maria and Friedrich Rothe, married 23rd May 1853 to, Charlotta Catherina Wilhelmina REICHMANN, 21+, spinster, born in Stuttgart, Germany, the daughter of Philip and Barbara Reichmann

Sarah ROTHERHAM, aged 15 years, buried 10th July 1862

W. ROTHERHAM, Draper, Tailor, Habit Maker, at 252 Strada Reale, Valletta in 1889

W. ROTHERHAM, Freemason, District Grand Secretary 1871. Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1872, 1873. Deputy District Grand Master in 1888

Augustus ROUTH, married at Salonica May 1867 to, Alexandrina De LUSIGNAN, the only daughter of the late J. De Lusignan

Louisa Regina Eugenie ROUTH, the youngest daughter of the late Richard Routh of Constantinople, married in Trieste 5th September 1868, to Captain Robert STEYSKAL, the son of the late Francis Steyskal, Director of Forests to His Imperial Highness Prince Schwarzenberg

William Eppes ROUTH, merchant, formed Chabot Routh & Co., in the early 1800’s. Previously in Naples

John ROWE, seaman, buried 4th May 1852, aged 21 years

T. ROWE, HM Dockyard Police, October 1857

William Furneaux ROWE, born 15th August 1856, the son of John and Anne Rowe, nee FURNEAUX

Joseph ROWLANDSON, resident Malta, electoral list 1856

S. ROWLANDSON, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1892.

Caroline Augusta ROWLETT, born 31st August 1834, the daughter of John and Frances Rowlett

Charles Holme ROWLETT, born 9th November 1829, the son of John and Frances Rowlett

Charles ROWLETT, aged 2 years, the son of John Rowlett, buried 16th August 1831

Frances Adelaide ROWLETT, born 17th March 1832, the daughter of Frances and John Rowlett

George Sherrard ROWLETT, born 11th October 1826, the son of John and Frances Rowlett. In 1851 working as an Artist and living in 17 Portland Place, Islington, London, with his brother John J. Rowlett

Henry ROWLETT, born 22nd March 1824, the son of Frances and John Rowlett. He was buried 1st July 1825, aged 1 year 3 months

Henry Cowper ROWLETT, born 21st February 1831, the son of Frances and John Rowlett

John James ROWLETT, born 14th April 1825, the son of Frances and John Rowlett. In 1851 working as a Clerk and living in 17 Portland Place, Islington, London

John ROWLETT, from London, resident Valletta, bachelor, aged 31 years, married 9th December 1822, to Frances COWPER, spinster, aged 20 years, the daughter of Henry and Catherine Cowper, from Gibraltar, resident in Malta

John ROWLETT, declared bankrupt 9th May 1834

John ROWLETT, present at the first Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce held on 1st January 1849. Living at 88 Strada Mercanti, Valletta, electoral list 1852

John James ROWLETT, born 14th April 1825, the son of Frances and John Rowlett

Lucy Melita ROWLETT, born 20th September 1833, the daughter of John and Frances Rowlett

Rowland Richard ROWLETT, born 28th April 1828, the son of John and Frances Rowlett. In 1851 working as a Clerk and living in 17 Portland Place, Islington, London

Bernard ROWLEY, born 1895, died 1899

Helen ROWLEY, born 1855, died 1898

Margaret ROWLEY, born 1897, died 1898

Marie ROWLEY, born 1889, died 1890

Philip ROWLEY, born 1880, died 1900

Richard ROWLEY, 21+, bachelor, born in St.Georges in the East, London, the son of Richard and Margaret Rowley, married 15th March 1858 to, Jane PRINCE, 21+, spinster, born in Longworth, Berkshire, the daughter of James and Anne Preince

Charles ROWLINSON, born 16th February 1862, the son of Rebecca and Francis John Rowlinson

Frances John ROWLINSON, resident Malta, electoral list 1862

Frederick Oliver ROWLINSON, 21+, from Liverpool, the son of Francis Valentine and Letitia Rowlinson, married 5th January 1854, to Louisa Henry HICKS, 21+, from Torquay, the only daughter of Henry and Louisa Hicks. He arrived in to Malta during the 1850’s as Manager of the newly established firm of ‘O.F.Gollcher & Sons’, with premises in Zachary Street, Valletta. He married and lived all his life on the island. A daughter Louisa was born in 1855, and she married in Malta William Henry Howard. Frederick E.Howard-Rowlinson was born in Manchester on 29th September 1882 and went to Malta with his parents when he was 7 years old. His grandfather had died and his father took over the position as Manager with the Gollcher company. A younger brother Edward Braun was born in 1891 at Malta but died

Louisa Wilder ROWLINSON, baptised 26th October 1855, the daughter of Louisa Henry and Frederick Rowlinson

Ellen Elizabeth Staines ROWLSTONE, born 22nd October 1844, the daughter of Georgiana Claudia and Henry William Rowlstone

Harriet ROWLSTONE, born 30th March 1805, the daughter of Henry and Mary Rowlstone

Harriet ROWLSTONE, 21+, the daughter of Mary and Henry Rowlstone, of Woolwich, Kent, born Senglea, married 24th August 1826, to William Henry BROWN, 21+, of Deptford, Kent, Purser, HMS Weazle

Henrietta Jane ROWLSTONE, 21+, born Malta, the 2nd daughter of Georgiana Rowlstone and the late Henry Rowlstone, married 15th February 1866, to Valentine Fowlar JOHNSON, 21+, from Deptford, Kent, the son of Henry and Esther Johnson, Master, R.N., HMS Hydra

Henry ROWLSTONE, Caulker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Henry ROWLSTONE, widower, of Woolwich, Kent, married 26th January 1841, to Elizabeth ATKINSON, 21+, spinster, of Woolwich, Kent

Henry Stephen Vincent ROWLSTONE, born 29th July 1834, the son of Henry and Georgiana Claudina Rowlstone

Henry Stephen Vincent ROWLSTONE, buried 8th March 1840, aged 5 years

Henry William ROWLSTONE, born 15th August 1808, the son of Henry and Mary Rowlstone

Henry William ROWLSTONE, 21+, married 28th October 1830, to Georgiana Claudina STAINES, minor with parents consent, the daughter of Lucy Staines, and the late Stephen Staines, of St.George, Middlesex

James William ROWLSTONE, born 4th June 1836, the son of Georgiana and Henry William Rowlstone

James William ROWLSTONE, aged 13 months, the son of Georgiana and Henry William Rowlstone, buried 20th July 1837

Jane Elizabeth ROWLSTONE, aged 16 years, the daughter of Mary and Henry Rowlstone, HM Dockyard, of Woolwich, Kent, married 21st February 1818, to Joseph Beckett COLLINS, 21+, of Alverstoke, Hampshire, Chief Clerk to Commissioner, HM Dockyard

Lucy Emily ROWLSTONE, born 10th November 1840, the daughter of Georgiana and Henry Rowlstone

Mary ROWLSTONE, aged 64 years, the wife of Henry Rowlstone, buried 3rd Ferbrury 1840

Mary Harriet ROWLSTONE, born 29th January 1839, the daughter of Georgiana and Henry Rowlstone

William Robert ROWLSTONE, born 5th February 1838, the son of Georgiana and Henry Rowlstone

William Robert ROWLSTONE, buried 9th March 1838, aged one month

Henrietta Jane ROWNTREE, born 12th June 1867, the daughter of Alfred William and Harriet Rowntree, nee REILLY, Warder, Military Prison

ROYAL Hotel at 94 Strada Forni, Valletta, in 1847

Mary A. RUDDS, born in Malta about 1812. Married. Living in Middlesex in 1851

Thomas RUDLING, 21+, bachelor, born in Hackford, Norfolk, Domestic Servant, the son of James and Martha Rudling, married 14th November 1867 to, Sarah PARSONS, 21+, spinster, born in St.Pancras, London, the daughter of William and Jane Parsons

George RUGGIER, resident Malta, electoral list 1856

Michele RUGGIER, resident Malta, electoral list 1853

George RULE, born in Malta about 1841. Living in St.Pancras, London, in 1851

Reverend William Harris RULE, Methodist Minister arrived 22nd March 1826, and left 31st May 1827

Giorgio RULL, Singing Master, Valletta Primary School, 1865

Henry RUMBALL, his wife gave birth to a son 24th May 1867, at Candilli

Henry RUMBALL, his wife gave birth to a daughter 16th April 1870 at Candilli

William RUMBOLD, 21+, bachelor, from Andover, Hampshire, married 15th October 1840 to, Martha COOPER, 21+, spinster, from Mistley, Essex

William RUNCIMAN plus his wife and ten seamen, of the English barque Courier, 228 tons of Shields, were rescued by the Austrian Brig Eden L, when their ship foundered on 3rd January 1857. Their ship sprang a leak during a gale, and an apprentice, Thomas Slake, was washed overboard and drowned

Joseph S. RUNDEL, living at 6 Strada Molino, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Walter Leslie RUNDLE, born 25th September 1851, the son of Renira Catherine and Joseph Sparkhall Rundle

John RUSSEL, aged 22 years, seaman, buried 7th January 1849

Alexander RUSSELL, buried 4th June 1841, aged 33 years

Charles Bowham RUSSELL, buried 21st January 1842

James RUSSELL, Ropemaker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

John RUSSELL, aged 23 years, bachelor, from Glasgow, employee at the Naval Hospital, married 28th July 1823, to Elizabeth WILKINSON, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of Elizabeth and Isaac Wilkinson, employee at the Naval Arsenal, from Portsmouth

John RUSSELL, Clerk, Royal Naval Hospital Bighi in 1847. On electoral list 1849

Elizabeth Oliver RUTHERFORD, spinster, 21+, the daughter of William Oliver Rutherford, of Edgerston, Roxburghshire, Scotland, married 23rd June 1849, to James DENNISTON, widower, 21+ of Dumfrieshire, Scotland, Minister of the Gospel, Free Church of Scotland

Elizabeth Maria RUTTER, died 16th October 1845, aged 72 years, at the residence of her brother Thomas Joshua Rutter, Ordnance Storekeeper

Elizabeth RUTTER, aged 77 years, buried 22nd January 1825

John RUTTER, appointed Clerk No.8 in the Port Department from 17th November 1857

Died in Valletta on 10th October 1871, Maria RUTTER, the daughter of T. Rutter

T. RUTTER, Clerk, Engineers Office in 1847

Thomas J. RUTTER, Storekeeper, Civil Ordnance Department in 1847

Thomas Joshua RUTTER, died 26th November 1850, aged 78 years. Found dead in his bed, but was present at the Race Ball held at the Auberge de Provence the evening before. He joined the Commissary of Artillery in Flanders on 25th November 1793, then to Quiberon on 13th June 1795, to Holland 3rd July 1799, and to Egypt in March 1800. At the end of the Egyptian campaign he landed in Malta, and remained in the Garrison as Ordnance Storekeeper until his death

Robert RUXTON, born in Malta about 1814. Living in Plumstead, Kent, in 1851

Richard RYAN, born in Malta about 1812. Living in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1851

John Ramsay RYCROFT, born 24th February 1898, the son of Frederick Thomas Rycroft and Gertrude Amelia Knowler, at Fort Madalena

Louisa RYDER, aged 22 years, buried 12th October 1855

Henry SADLER B.A., Headmaster, Malta Protestant College, September 1856

Carmel SAID, born 26th September 1837 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Giuseppe SAID, Dock Labourer, died 15th February 1834. The vessel Meteor off loaded 180 barrels of gunpowder on 13th February, then docked in the harbour. As the balance of the cargo was being unloaded the vessel exploded, and he was killed. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

Gregorio SAID, Dock Labourer, died 15th February 1834. The vessel Meteor off loaded 180 barrels of gunpowder on 13th February, then docked in the harbour. As the balance of the cargo was being unloaded the vessel exploded, and he was killed. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

Jean Luc SAID, born 23rd May 1850 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

John SAID, born 16th October