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 1885 in Floriana, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Louis John Joseph SAID, born 8th October 1841 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Saviour SAID, born 27th July 1864 in Floriana, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis SALIBA, born 15th October 1863 in Zebbug, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph SALIBA, born 12th February 1834 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph Francis SALIBA, born 11th October 1857 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michael SALIBA, born 16th October 1855 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

P.J. SALIBA, of The Grandstand Stables, Marsa, started the business in 1871. He was well known throughout racing circles, and imported horses from Africa and the Middle East

Solomon SALMANSON, Swedish Seaman, buried 12th December 1829

Dr. James SALMON, resident in Malta, electoral list 1856

Mrs. SALT, the wife of Henry Salt, His Majesty’s Consul General in Egypt, died 16th April 1824, five days after giving birth to a daughter

Ada Constance SAMMUT, born 26th November 1860, the daugthter of Janette and Dr. Joseph B. Sammut

Ada Constance SAMMUT, aged 30 years, spinster, the daughter of Joseph Sammut MD, Physician, married 15th September 1891, to John Bremridge MELHUISH, aged 21 years, bachelor, 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, the son of Thomas Bremridge Melhuish, Clergyman

Adeodat Joseph Jean Francois SAMMUT, born 25th February 1845 in Tarxien, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Agnes Henrietta Susan SAMMUT, aged 23 years, spinster, daughter of Joseph Sammut MD, Physician, married 29th March 1880, to George Clerk IRVING, aged 34 years, bachelor, Surgeon-Major, the son of Alexander Irving, Major-General

Agnes Henrietta Susan SAMMUT, born 3rd December 1856, the daughter of Janette and Dr. Joseph B. Sammut

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

Alice Harriet Antonia SAMMUT, born 5th October 1854, the daughter of Janette and Dr. Joseph B. Sammut

Alice Harriet Antonia SAMMUT, buried 19th December 1854, aged 2 months

Amy Janette SAMMUT, born 26th January 1859, the daughter of Janette and Dr. Joseph B. Sammut

Antonia SAMMUT, died 30th January 1846, the widow of the late Dr.B. Sammut, leaving two sons and one daughter

Carmel SAMMUT, born 11th September 1846 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Elizabeth SAMMUT, the youngest daughter of the late Dr. B. Sammut, married 23rd September 1849, to Francis A. PORTELLY, merchant, in the Church of St. Caterina d'Italia, Valletta

Jacob SAMMUT, born 22nd September 1872 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Jessie Geraldine SAMMUT, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Joseph Sammut MD, married 11th August 1887, to Algernon Winn CHALDECOTT, aged 23 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, the son of Mark Algernon Chaldecott, Lieut-Colonel, Royal Artillery

Joseph SAMMUT, born 16th October 1890 in Mosta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph B. SAMMUT MD, died 16th January 1892, aged 70 years

Julia Josephine SAMMUT, born 6th November 1855, the daughter of Janette and Dr. Giuseppe Baldessare Sammut

Laura Evelyn SAMMUT, born 27th August 1864, the daughter of Janette and Dr. Joseph B. Sammut

Laura Evelyn SAMMUT, the daughter of J.B. Sammut MD, of Rocklands, Sliema, married 8th October 1888 in Bombay, to Hugh KENNEDY, 3rd Punjabi Cavalry, the son of General Sir Michael Kennedy

Nina Amelia SAMMUT, born 7th November 1862, the daughter of Janette and Dr. Joseph B. Sammut

Nina SAMMUT, the fourth daughter of Dr.J.B. Sammut, of Rocklands, Sliema, married 21st April 1888 in Farnborough, Hampshire, to

Slade THOMSON, 1st Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, the son of Charles Thomson, late of Belfast

Thomas Arthur Pilkington SAMMUT, born 12th August 1853, the son of Janette and Dr. Giuseppe B. Sammut

Thomas Arthur Pilkington SAMMUT, buried 8th July 1854, aged 10 months 26 days

John SAMPSON, seaman, aged 63 years, buried 20th October 1849

Giovanni SANCASAN, Dockyard Porter. 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 with a hand wound. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

Charles John SANCEDI, 21+, bachelor, from Esher, Surrey, the son of Mary and Jean Baptiste Nicolas Sancedi, married 1st April 1843 to, Madeleine Marie BONNY, widow, the daughter of Sabine and Francois Louis Michel NOBLET, of Nion, Switzerland

Antonia SANCHES, aged 40 years, widow, married 22nd June 1890, to Thomas LODGE, aged 25 years, bachelor, Private, Royal West Kent Regiment

Thomas Jean SANDERSON, bachelor, born in Malta, the son of William Sanderson of Durham, and his wife Sophia resident in Messina, married 2nd July 1849 to, Frances Flora GINGELL, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Gingell

M. SANDRECZKI, German teacher at Malta Protestant College, September 1856

Brenda Tibaldi SANKEY, born 25th July 1840, the daughter of Frances Louisa and Dr. Francis Fremoult Sankey

Brenda SANKEY, aged 2 years, the daughter of Dr. Sankey, buried 29th March 1842

Francis Fremoult SANKEY MD, living at 75 Strada Forni, Valletta, 1852

Frances Louisa SANKEY, died 17th November 1861, aged 68 years, the wife of Dr. Sankey

Georgina Minna SANKEY, born 14th February 1835, the daughter of Frances Louisa and Francis Fremoult Sankey M.D.

Mrs Mary SANKEY, died 7th October 1850, aged 90 years, after a long

illness at the lodgings of Miss Atkinson, Strada Zecca, Valletta

Ellen Gertrude SANSON, born 11th April 1880, the daughter of Adelaide and Owen Charles Sanson, Butler, in Valletta

Maria Carmela SAPIANO, spinster, of Valletta, married 5th May 1832, to Thomas COLLINGS, bachelor, from Alverstoke, Southampton, now employed in HM Civil Naval Service

Antonio SAPIENZA, Died 22nd February 1898, aged 58 years, at Sliema

Rafael Elieser SARFATI, died Tuesday 21st May 1833, the husband of Rachel Sarfati

Mr. SARFATY, First Clerk, Audit Office, lived at 38 Strada Zaccaria, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Louis Phillippe SARREO, born 16th April 1862 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

George Lambert SATTERTHWAITE, died 16th November 1868, aged 32 years. Born in London. Merchant

George SAUNDERS, aged 28 years, bachelor, Labourer, the son of Benjamin Saunders deceased, married 7th October 1895 to, Mary MIFSUD, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of Michael Mifsud, Carman

James SAUNDERS, living at Nuovo Fabbrica, Senglea, electoral list, 1852

Mary Anne SAUNDERS, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Richard Saunders, married 5th October 1860 to, James PARSONS, 21+, bachelor, born in Winchester, Ships Steward, the son of James Parsons

Salvatore SAURA, born 9th February 1870 in Gharghur, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Frederica Wilhelmina SAUTTER, aged 6 months, buried 25th July 1850

Hugh SAVAGE, aged 19 years, seaman, buried 19th July 1846

John SAVAGE, aged 24 years, seaman, buried 10th July 1855

F. SAVIN, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1890

Gaetano SAYDON, resident Malta, electoral list 1856

Dr. Giovanni Battista SAYDON, born 1773, studied medicine at University of Salerno. Attended men of the Zurrieq battalion during French occupation. In 1801 appointed Medico dei Poveri, in Bormla, and during the plague of 1813 was Principal Physician of the emergency hospital set up at Villa Bighi. Treated patients of the smallpox epidemic of 1830 and the cholera outbreak of 1837. Died 1st October 1841

Pietro SAYDON, living 19 Regina, Zurrico, electoral list 1852

Salvatore SAYDON, of Zurrieq, graduated from Malta University as a Doctor 1807. Resident Malta, electoral list 1856

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

Adelaide Frances Melita SCAMP, born 11th April 1844, the daughter of Harriet Wynder and William Scamp, Architect for St.Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, Valletta. In 1851 living in Marylebone, London

William SCAMP was born 5th June 1801 at George Ham, near Barnstaple, Devon, the son of a prosperous maltster and shipowner. For thirteen years he served as Clerk of the Works to Sir Jeffrey Wyatville, and was involved in the re-building of Windsor Castle. When the work at Windsor was completed he was appointed assistant engineer to the Works Department at Woolwich Dockyard, and in 1841 accompanied Captain Brandreth, Director of Engineering Works to the Admiralty on a visit to Malta. He supervised the construction of the first dry dock, designed new bakery, coal stores, officer’s quarters, and other buildings within the Dockyard. When the Anglican Church of St.Paul’s was being built, at the expense of Queen Adelaide, it was found to be unsafe, and Scamp was called in to take over the project. He had most of the construction demolished and redesigned the whole building. It was completed in 1844, and a grateful Queen Adelaide presented him with a silver candelabrum the following year. He was promoted to Chief Assistant to the Admiralty Director of Engineering and Architectural Works, followed in 1852 by being appointed Deputy Director. Many of the best buildings in dockyards used by the British Navy around the world are due to his efforts, particularly, Gibraltar, Malta and Bermuda, whilst at home those of Deptford, Woolwich, Sheerness, Portsmouth and Pembroke all contained examples of his work. He retired in 1867, and died 13th January 1872

Agnes Mary SCARGALL, aged 31 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles John Scargall, Publican, married 23rd April 1888 to Thomas ROBERTS, aged 33 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, M.S.C., the son of Thomas Roberts, Surveyor

Charles John SCARGALL, 21+, widower, born in London, the son of John and Sarah Anne Scargall, married 3rd March 1866 to, Mary WOOD, 21+, spinster, born in Hackney, London, the daughter of George and Elizabeth Wood

Charles John SCARGALL, died 6th June 1867, aged 38 years. Born in England. Hotel Keeper

James Charles SCARTH, died 24th October 1850, aged 24 years, Purser P.&.O. vessel Pekin, the son of Robert Scarth of Kirkwall, Scotland

Virginia SCEBERRAS, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Camillo and Maddalena Sceberras, married 23rd October 1856 to, Henry Charles HARVEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, the son of Samuel and Sarah Harvey, Audit Clerk Admiral Superintendent’s Office HM Dockyard

Caterina SCERRI, aged 25 years, spinster, married 28th October 1899, to

Spiridione MIZZI, aged 51 years, widower, Fitter

John SCERRI, born 24th June 1840 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Paul SCERRI, born 29th April 1862 in Luqa, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Carl Wilhelm Victor SCHAEFER, born 27th March 1870, the son of Frances and Louis Julius August Schaefer

Eugen Hugo Herman SCHAEFER, born 9th February 1868, the son of Frances and Louis Julius August Schaefer

Gustavo Adolph August SCHAEFER, born 17th May 1876, the son of Frances and Ludovich Julius Schaefer. Died 15th August 1897, aged 21 years, Clerk, Eastern Telegraph Company

Julias Edward Friedrich SCHAEFER, born 7th October 1880, the son of Louis Julius August and Frances Martin Schaefer. Telegraph Engineer

Louis Julius August SCHAEFER, 21+, bachelor, born in Berlin, Mechanician, the son of Caroline and Carl Gottfried Schaefer, married 27th April 1867 to, Frances MARTIN, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of William and Carmela Martin

Louis J.A. SCHAEFER, Died 18th January 1895, aged 65 years. Born in Berlin, 25th August 1829

Agathe SCHEMBRI, born in Malta 1886, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Francis SCHEMBRI, born 13th January 1842 in Mqabba, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Dr. Giuseppe SCHEMBRI, Men’s Hospital Medical Staff, Junior Physician 1805

Ildegarde SCHEMBRI, born 4th November 1851 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Frederic SCHEMBRI, born 28th December 1872 in Mqabba, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph SCHEMBRI, born 7th July 1851 in Mqabba, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph SCHEMBRI, born 16th September 1870 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Louisa SCHEMBRI, minor, spinster, the daughter of the late Dr. Giuseppe Schembri, with the consent of her Guardian, married 2nd April 1839, to Frederick William FRANZ, 21+, bachelor, from Switzerland

Marianna SCHEMBRI, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Giuseppe and Rosa Schembri, married 22nd July 1868 to, Arden Edward William FAUQUIER, 21+, bachelor, born in Corfu, the son of Charles and Teodora Fauquier

Michael SCHEMBRI, born 6th June 1829 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Nicholas SCHEMBRI, born 14th January 1849 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

R. SCHEMBRI, Freemason, Master of The United Brethren Lodge 1889

Rose SCHEMBRI, born 14th November 1845 in Zabbar, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Lizabeth SCHLACHTER, aged about 21 years, from Basel, Switzerland, buried 17th November 1836

Captain Baron SCHLIPPENBACH, buried 22nd March 1830, aged 48 years, of Livonia, of the Russian Navy, HIMS Alexandra

Charles Frederick William SCHMIDT, aged 22 years 6 months, buried 30th January 1858

Miss SCHMUK, in 1881 lost her reason, and was confined to the Civil Hospital, but the Lunatic Asylum was considered

George Andrew SCHOFIELD, aged 25 years, bachelor, the son of Frank Schofield, married 21st February 1888, to Mabel Helen TREVOR, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles Cecil Trevor

Emanuele SCICLUNA, President of the Bank of Malta 1886

Giuseppe SCICLUNA, President of the Bank of Malta 1887

Joseph SCHOUIREF, born 24th December 1839 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Giovanni SCHRANZ was born 24th November 1794, in Port Mahon, on the island of Minorca. His father was German, Anton Schranz, and his mother Anglo Spanish, Elizabeth HOWARD-TUDURI. They had married two months earlier on the 16th September. He was the first of twelve children, though two died in infancy. Giovanni arrived in Malta in July 1818 together with his Mother, three brothers, and five sisters. He married a Maltese girl, Concetta, and had three sons and four daughters. His son Giuseppe married Clorinda ENGERER, the other two sons Rinaldo and Costantino died in their twenties in April 1865, on the 10th and 22nd respectively. The four girls all married, Melita, the eldest married Nicola ZAMMIT, an architect and doctor, Adelaide married Giuseppe CAMILLERI, Elisabetta married Salvatore FLAMINGO and Elvira married Dr.Enrico SIMINO. Concetta Schranz died on the 13th August 1882, aged 80 years, from apoplexy. Giovanni Schranz died shortly after on the 28th December 1882

Ambrosius SCHROEDEN, buried September 1827, aged 48 years

Frederik Augustus SCHUETTENHEIM, aged 31 years, from Frankfurt, Germany

Carmel SCIBERRAS, born 28th June 1858 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore SCIBERRAS, born 14th July 1866 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore John SCIBERRAS, born 27th July 1860 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Tancredi SCIBERRAS, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1848

T. SCHIRA, born in Malta about 1814. In 1851 living in Westminster, London, a Composer of Music

Theresa Rosa SCHOTT, born in Malta about 1811. Married. Living in Westminster, London, in 1851

Concetta SCICLUNA, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of Joseph Scicluna, married 19th February 1887, to Benjamin HOADLEY, aged 23 years, bachelor, Corporal, M.S. Corps, the son of Benjamin Hoadley

Carmela SCOLARO, aged 17 years, the daughter of Professor Lewis Scolaro, married 1st July 1893, to William INCH, aged 29 years, bachelor, E.R.A., Royal Navy, the son of John Inch

Maria SCOLARO, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Lewis Scolaro, Professor of Music, married 2nd April 1895 to, Edwin Henry FERGUSON, aged 24 years, bachelor, ERA, HMS Scout, the son of Edwin John Ferguson, Foreman Moulder

Amelia SCONCE, born 22nd December 1834, the daughter of Robert Clement and Catherine Sconce. In 1851 living in Walcot, Somerset

Catherine SCONCE, born 21st February 1832, the daughter of Robert Clement and Catherine Sconce. In 1851 living in Walcot, Somerset

Charles John SCONCE, born 9th January 1838, the son of Robert Clement and Catherine Sconce. In 1851 living in Christchurch, Middlesex

Clement SCONCE, born 3rd February 1831, the son of Robert Clement and

Catherine Sconce. In 1851 living in Walcot, Somerset

Fanny Maria SCONCE, minor, the daughter of Robert Clement Sconce, married 10th May 1837to John LIDDELL MD, bachelor, from Scotland. Surgeon at Royal Naval Hospital. She was born in 1817

Herbert SCONCE, born 2nd September 1833, the son of Robert Clement and Catherine Sconce. In 1851 living in Deptford, Kent

Mary Harriet SCONCE, born 28th September 1839, the daughter of Robert Clement and Catherine Sconce. In 1851 living in Walcot, Somerset

Robert Clement SCONCE, born 6th July 1787, St.Kitts, West Indies. Married Sarah KNOX in Spring 1815 at St.Martins in the Fields, London. She died 17th June 1818 at Rochester, Kent, after the birth of a son on the 12th. He married second wife, his first cousin, Catherine PARLBY nee HENDERSON, the widow of Henry Parlby, of Kennington, Surrey on 4th May 1830, in Malta. He was from Stoke Damerel, Devon. He was appointed the Agent Victualler for the Navy in 1828. He died 24th August 1846, in 59th year, buried at Widcombe, nr Bath

Sarah Susanna SCONCE, spinster, the eldest daughter of Robert Clement Sconce, of Plymouth, Devon, married 19th December 1838 to, Richard Hanmer BUNBURY, bachelor, of Barton Bury St.Edmunds, Suffolk, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, the youngest son of Sir Henry Bunbury. She was born in 1816

Sophia SCONCE, born 12th February 1842, the daughter of Robert Clement and Catherine Sconce. Eleventh and last child of Robert Clement Sconce. In 1851 living in Walcot, Somerset

William SCONCE, born 4th April 1836, the son of Robert Clement and Catherine Sconce

Minnie Elizabeth SCOOTS, born 15th September 1877, the daughter of Harriet and William John Scoots

Robert SCOTLAND, died on Sunday afternoon, 4th November 1838, of the English schooner John Lee, the Master on descending into his boat missed his footing and fell into the sea and drowned

Caroline SCOTT, born in Malta about 1859. The wife of Noah Scott, living with her husband and son in Egham, Surrey, in 1881

Charles SCOTT, born in Malta about 1858, living in Kirkdale, Lancashire, in 1881

Edward Holmes SCOTT, born 24th July 1893, the son of Emily Isabella and Colonel Edward Holmes Scott, late Bengal Staff Corps, living in Valletta. Buried 20th December 1893, aged 5 months

Emma SCOTT, born 6th November 1819, the daughter of Rebecca and Thomas Scott, Merchant in Valletta

Fanny Louisa SCOTT, born 15th February 1822, the daughter of Mary Ann and Thomas Scott

George Johnson SCOTT, born 22nd March 1859, the son of Martha and James Edward Scott M.D.

Henry C. SCOTT, born in Malta about 1829. Living with his wife Felicia in Guernsey, in 1881

Janet SCOTT, born 21st September 1860, the daughter of William and Margaret Scott, nee CHALMERS

John SCOTT, died 26th April 1867, in Marseilles, aged 82 years, formerly of Malta

John SCOTT, born in Malta about 1871, the son of Mary Jane Scott, nee Porter. Living with his widowed mother and family in Weedon Beck, Northamptonshire, in 1881

John Alfred SCOTT, born 25th November 1844, the son of Mary and Samuel Scott

Reverend John Walter SCOTT, died 5th December 1856, aged 28 years, from consumption

Joseph SCOTT, born in Malta about 1818. A widower living with his daughter Mary Ann Scott, in Islington, London, in 1881

Katherine Frances Sinclair SCOTT, born 15th November 1855, the daughter of Mary Elizabeth Sinclair and Robert Charles Scott

Lena SCOTT, born in Malta about 1858. A servant living in North Meols, Lancashire, in 1881

Margaret SCOTT, born 10th March 1862, the daughter of William and Margaret Scott, nee CHALMERS. The parents being Baptists the child was not baptised

Robert SCOTT, born 15th June 1820, the son of Thomas and Mary Anne Scott. He died and was buried 2nd August 1820, aged 2 months

Samuel Carlton SCOTT, 21+, bachelor, born in Leeds, Civil Engineer, the son of William and Harriet Scott, married 6th March 1856 to, Charlotte BECK, spinster, minor, born in Portsmouth, the daughter of Francis and Mary Ann Beck

Walter SCOTT, the son of Sarah and Robert Scott, born in Malta about 1870. Living with his parents and family in Beverley St.Mary, Yorkshire in 1881

William H. SCOTT, born in Malta about 1831. Living in Halifax, Yorkshire, in 1851

William SCOTT, the son of Sarah and Robert Scott, born in Malta about 1868. Living with his parents and family in Beverley St.Mary, Yorkshire in 1881

William SCOTT, born 22nd October 1864, the son of William and Margaret Scott, nee CHALMERS. The parents being Baptists the child was not baptised

John SEAMAN, Assistant Storekeeper, married 24th July 1820 to, Lucrezia RIZZI, from Corfu

Maria SEAMAN, born in Malta about 1811. Married. Living in Eling, Hampshire, in 1851

Alfred Stutzer SEDDALL, born 12th October 1834, the son of Charlotte Letitia and Thomas Seddall

Alfred Stutzer SEDDALL, aged 25 years, buried 24th July 1859

Cecil Darlington SEDDALL, born 5th October 1840, the son of Charlotte Letitia and Thomas Seddall

Cecil Darlington SEDDALL, died 6th December 1854, aged 14 years, the son of Thomas Seddall, of Valletta

Charlotte Lavinia SEDDALL, born 28th January 1839, the daughter of Charlotte Letitia and Thomas Seddall

Charlotte Louisa SEDDALL, born 12th August 1859, the daughter of Anna Maria and the Reverend Henry Seddall

Edward Julius SEDDALL, born 9th December 1832, the son of Charlotte Letitia and Thomas Seddall

Edward Thomas SEDDALL, born 23rd january 1858, the son of Anna Maria and the Reverend Henry Seddall

Frances Selina SEDDALL, born 5th August 1844, the daughter of Charlotte Letitia and Thomas Seddall

Frederick Nicholls SEDDALL, born 8th March 1847, the son of Charlotte Letitia and Thomas Seddall

George SEDDALL, aged 12 days, buried 17th July 1851

Helen Emelia SEDDALL, born 3rd September 1842, the daughter of Charlotte Letitia and Thomas Seddall

Henry Thomas SEDDALL, born 22nd December 1829, the son of Thomas and Charlotte Letitia Seddall

Reverend Henry SEDDALL, married 16th April 1857, to Anna Maria BATTY, by the Reverend John Kincaid, uncle of the bride, at Castletowndelvin, Co. Westmeath, Ireland. She was the second daughter of the Reverend Edward Batty, Rector of Castletowndelvin. Henry Seddall was Assistant Chaplain at St.Pauls Anglican Church, Valletta

John Vernon SEDDALL, born 7th September 1831, the son of Charlotte Letitia and Thomas Seddall

Mary SEDDALL, buried 24th May 1855, aged 20 years

Mary Augusta SEDDALL, born 16th June 1836, the daughter of Charlotte Letitia and Thomas Seddall

Thomas SEDDALL, 21+, bachelor, from Chester, married 15th January 1828, to Charlotte Letitia CONNOR, aged 18 years, the daughter of the late Michael and Sarah Connor of Cheltenham. Her guardians were Thomas Seddall and Lieutenant James Galland, Royal Malta Fencible Regiment

Thomas SEDDALL, Wine Merchant, at 258 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847 Living at 124 Strada Zecca, on electoral list 1852

Thomas SEDDALL, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1852, 1855, 1856

Thomas SEDDALL, aged 55 years, buried 3rd August 1856

George SEDGWICK, aged 29 years, buried 9th October 1856

Lady SEDLEY, gave birth to a daughter 10th October 1832

Mrs SEDLEY, gave birth to a son 18th September 1836

Mr SEDLEY, Clerk, Chief Secretary’s Office, lived at 1 Strada Scozzese,

Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Mrs Caterina SEDLEY, nee de MARCHESI ALESSI, died 22nd November 1866, the wife of Frederick Sedley

Frederick SEDLEY, 21+, bachelor, of Colombo, Ceylon, employee in the Office of Chief Secretary to the Government, married 1st January 1832, to Caterina ALESSI, minor, spinster, the daughter of Francesco de’ Marchesi Alessi LL.D., of St. Paul’s Parish, Valletta, with consent of her Guardian

Fanny SEDLEY, died 1st August 1848, aged 15 years, the daughter of F.Sedley, Inspector of Police. She had just returned from school in England

Frederick SEDLEY, Clerk, Customs Department in 1856. Living 153 Strada

Stretta, Valletta, on electoral list 1852

Arij SEEPERS, aged 22 years, Schoolmaster, Dutch frigate Admiral de Wassanaes, buried 12th March 1858

Achille SEGOND, Teacher of French at the Lyceum, 1855

G. SEGOND, Freemason, Treasurer The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1889

J. SEGOND, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1879

Albert SELBY, aged 25 years, bachelor, Fitter, married 3rd March 1888, to Elizabeth Ada MOUNTJOY, aged 23 years, spinster

Elijah SELF, born in Malta about 1821. Living in Croydon, Surrey, in 1851

Sarah SELF, born in Malta about 1815. Married. Living in Croydon, Surrey, with her husband Elijah Self in 1851

William SELLAR, his wife gave birth to a son 8th May 1867, at Bebek

Margaret SEMINI, minor, spinster, the daughter of Giovanna and the late Antonio Semini, of St. Paul Valletta, married 19th April 1829, to George DALZEL, 21+, bachelor, from Whitechapel, London

Albert Edward SENIOR, baptised 8th February 1880, the son of Mary Ann and George Senior

Alice Janet SENIOR, born 5th August 1881, the daughter of Mary Ann and Staff-Sergeant George Senior, Commissariat Department

G. SENIOR, Freemason, Junior Warden, The Wayfarers Lodge 1881

James SENIOR, born 14th April 1868, the son of Kather ine Jane and Thomas Palmer Senior

Kate Ellen SERGEANT, born 7th March 1867, the daughter of William and Mary Elizabeth Sergeant, nee DAVIS

Judge John SEWELL, of the Vice Admiralty Court, at the centre of the row with Lord Cochrane over the exorbitant fees charged in Malta on prize vessels. Cochrane’s arrest and imprisonment in February/March 1811, caused widespread concern, but he was allowed to escape on 5th March

John SEYMORE, aged 54 years, seaman, buried 22nd September 1855

Richard SEYMOUR, died 20th March 1865, aged 75 years. From Basford.

Tailor

Helen Eliza SHAND, born 8th February 1854 in Newcastle on Tyne, but baptised Malta 1873, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Jane Shand

William Robert Willinson SHAND, born 22nd July 1859, the son of James and Alice Jane Shand, nee MILLISON

John SHANNON, aged 48 years, seaman, buried 29th November 1870

John SHARMAN, 21+, bachelor, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk, married 16th April 1826, to Elizabeth ALLMAN, 21+, spinster, from Dorset

Michael John Anthony SHARMAN, born 12th June 1827, the son of John and Elizabeth Sharman

Catherine Hay SHARPE, aged 44 years, buried 26th October 1838

Daniel SHARPE, died 19th November 1866

H. SHARPE, Freemason, Secretary The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1889. District Grand Secretary 1889

Charles SHAW, 21+, bachelor, from Southwell, Nottinghamshire, married 6th April 1829, to Margaret Charlotte DALZEL, 21+, spinster, from Whitechapel, London, born Cape Coast Castle, Africa, the youngest daughter of the late Archibald Dalzel

Charles SHAW, died 27th October 1844, after a severe illness, of Valletta

Elizabeth Mary SHAW, born 11th November 1830, the daughter of Charles and Margaret Charlotte Shaw

George Canning SHAW, born 19th July 1839, the son of Margaret Charlotte and Charles Shaw. In 1851 living in Narborough, Leicestershire

Henry Jenkins SHAW, MA, Chaplain of Holy Trinity Church, Sliema, 1886/1903. Canon of Malta 1905/1924

John Archibald SHAW, born 18th December 1832, the son of Margaret Charlotte and Charles Shaw. In 1851 living in Narborough, Leicestershire

Lucy Lillias Martha SHAW, born 3rd November 1834, the daughter of Margaret Charlotte and Charles Shaw. Living in Southwell, Nottinghamshire, in 1851

Margaret Charlotte SHAW, aged 48 years, buried 18th November 1847

Richard SHAW, born 24th February 1837, the son of Margaret and Charles Shaw

Richard SHAW, buried 20th April 1838, aged 13 months

Sarah SHAW, born in Malta about 1817. Living in Liverpool in 1851

Wilhelmina SHAW, died 30th July 1897, aged 8 months, the daughter of

Alexander and Victoria Shaw

Joseph SHEATS, aged 30 years, seaman, buried 15th August 1861

John Edmund SHEPHEARD, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Benjamin SHEPHERD, Caulker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Daniel SHEPHERD, living at 118 Nuovo Fabbrica, Senglea, electoral list 1852

J.F. SHEPHERD, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1900

George Frederick SHEPPARD, 21+, bachelor, born in Frome, Somerset, Bombay Civil Service, the son of Emma and George Wood Sheppard, married 22nd October 1861 to, Adelina Babbington PEILE, 21+, spinster, born in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, the daughter of Angel and the late Reverend Benjamin Peile

Jane Arabella SHERLOCK, died 17th January 1865, aged 30 years, from Fermoy, Ireland

George Henry SHERRINGTON, born in Enfield, Middlesex, about 1836. In 1871 living in Dover with his wife Caroline and family, occupation Gun Maker. Master Armourer, Ordnance Store Department, died 9th February 1892, aged 56 years

Bernard John SHERRIS, arrived on HM Triumphant, of which his father was Captain W.Sherris, from Smyrna. Aged 4 years 6 months. Died in the Lazaretto, from fever, 12th August 1850

Fahis Rose SHIDIAK, born 13th August 1837, the son of Rosa and Fares Shidiak

Joseph SHIDIAK, born 10th August 1836, the son of Rosa Soly and Fares Shidiak

John Hall SHIEL, died 25th April 1870 in Naples. The fourth son of the late James Shiel QC, Irish Bar

Jane SHILLINGLAW, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of John Shillinglaw, married 21st June 1884, to Salvatore GRECH, aged 25 years, bachelor, Medical Doctor, the son of Felix Grech

Frederick SHINGLAR, buried 19th July 1824, aged 53 years

James SHORT, granted a licence to open a school 7th February 1828

Theresa Rosa SHOTT, born about 1811 in Malta. Married. In 1851 living in Westminster, London

John SHOWER, died 29th November 1834, Apothecary to the Forces, at his quarters in the Military General Hospital, Valletta, after a protracted illness. He left a widow and child

Zachariah Scrope SHRAPNEL, aged 21 years, buried 23rd October 1858

James SHUTTLEWORTH, died 20th June 1851, aged 18 years, apprentice on board English barque Archipelago, slipped from one of the crosstrees. After striking his head against the bulwarks, fell into the sea. He was recovered, but died shortly after

Samuel SIBERY, died 9th August 1861, aged 51 years. From England. Merchant

Samuel H. SIBERY, died at his residence in Floriana, 5th February 1868, aged 24 years, from congestion of the lungs

Thomas SIBSON, buried 29th November 1844

William SIM, First Assistant Chief Secretary’s Office, lived at 24/25 Strada Mezzodi, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

William SIM, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Elena SIMIANA, spinster, minor with parent’s consent, born in Malta, the daughter of Gaetano and Grazia Simiana, married 26th November 1864 to, James SOUTHWOOD, 21+, bachelor, born in Taunton, Somerset, Sapper, Royal Engineers, the son of John and Mary Southwood

Robert SIMM, buried 6th February 1825

Amelia SIMMS, of South Wales, married 22nd February 1823, to Robert SHANNON, Sergeant, 18th Regiment

Mary SIMMS, born in Malta about 1817. Married. Living in Bicester, Oxfordshire, in 1851

Enid Maud Montague SIMS, born 27th May 1899, the daughter of Leonard and Maud Sims, Dolphin Inn, St.Julians, Inn Keeper

Frances Winifred Montague SIMS, born 12th November 1896, the daughter of Leonard and Maud Sims, Dolphin Inn, St.Julians, Inn Keeper

Sir John Lintorn SIMMONS, Governor of Malta from 1884 to 1888. He was born in Langford, Somerset on 12th February 1821, the fifth son of Mary Simmons, nee Perry, the daughter of John Perry of Montego Bay, Jamaica, and Captain Thomas Simmons, and one of their twelve children. Six of the eight boys became army officers. He joined the Royal Engineers on 14th December 1837, and served in Canada until March 1845. Back in England, he became an Instructor at the Woolwich Academy, and the Inspector of the Railways. In 1853 he was visiting Eastern Europe when the war broke out between Turkey and Russia. His services were employed by the British Ambassador in Turkey, and he remained there, resigning his commission. When England became Turkey’s ally, and the Crimean War started he was attached to Omar Pasha’s army on the Danube. He was successful in fighting against the Russian army, and was promoted to brevet-Major on 14th July 1854. He continued to serve with Omar Pasha’s troops throughout the Crimean War, for which he received several medals but was particularly favoured by the Sultan of Turkey who presented him with a Sword of Honour, and made him a Major-General in the Turkish Army. In March 1857 he became involved in establishing the boundary between Russia and Turkey as called for by the Treaty of Paris. From 20th February 1858 until 1860 he was British Consul in Warsaw. Promoted to Lieut-Colonel on 31st January 1860 he spent the next five years at Aldershot as the Commanding Royal Engineer. He became the Governor of the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich in 1869. Appointment as the Governor of Malta was made in April 1884, where he remained until 1888. The following year he went to Rome to discuss with Pope Leo XIII the problem regarding mixed marriages in Malta, which was successfully resolved. His first wife was his cousin Ellen Lintorn Simmons, who he married at Keynsham near Bristol on 16th April 1846. The couple had a daughter Eleanor Julia, who died unmarried in 1901. His wife died in 1851. He re-married on 20th November 1856 in London, to Blanche Weston, the daughter of Samuel Charles Weston. They had a daughter Blanche, who married Major Charles Edward Orman, of the Essex Regiment. He died in Hampshire on 14th February 1903

G.H. SIMON, died 27th November 1851, at his residence 252 Strada San Paolo, Valletta. A Merchant

Elizabeth SIMONDS, 21+, spinster, of Caversham, Oxfordshire, married 27th May 1829, to William HEARN, 21+, bachelor, from Billingford, Norfolk

Paolo Giustino SIMONETTI, 21+, bachelor, born Ravenna, the son of Michele and Maria Simonetti, Gentleman, married 1st February 1871, to Emma Augusta Juliana DAWKINS, 21+, spinster, born England, the daughter of Lieut-Colonel Henry and Emma Dawkins

Edward SIMPSON, died 19th August 1859 aged 24 years, Purveyor to the Forces in the Garrison

E. SIMPSON, Foreman of Shipwrights, Naval Dockyard, in 1856

Frederick SIMPSON, married 16th August 1826, to Mary NEEDHAM, of Messina

George SIMPSON, Sailmaker, working in HM Dockyard 1809

James SIMPSON, Merchant, active 1827

James SIMPSON, 21+, bachelor, married 4th November 1832, to Matilda ARNAUD, minor, spinster, the daughter of Luigi Arnaud

James SIMPSON, granted a licence to open a school 20th December 1833

James Woolley SIMPSON, Apothecary, Military Medical Department, 1847.Living at 110 Strada Mercanti, Valletta, 1852

Richard SIMPSON, aged 22 years, bachelor, of Shadwell, Middlesex, resident Burmola, married 23rd August 1819, to Elizabeth JENNINGS, aged 16 years, spinster, of Cledin, Suffolk, the daughter of the late John Jennings and Elizabeth his wife, now Elizabeth King, resident Burmola

William SIMPSON, buried 6th February 1827, aged 22 years

Emma SIMS, aged 33 years, buried 3rd July 1863

William C.B. SIMS, Ropemaker, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

Harriet SINCLAIR, died 7th February 1870, aged 69 years. From Dublin

Jane A. Wilhelmina Johanna SINCLAIR, of Scotland, the youngest daughter of the late William Sinclair of Freswich, Caithnesshire, married 20th September 1849, to Lieut-Colonel Augustus Halifax FERRYMAN, 69th Regiment

Vincenzo SINERCO, Marine Police Officer, 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

John St.Elmo SINNOTT, died 17th August 1839, aged 1 month. Born 12th July 1839

Peter SINTES, born 16th October 1856 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Ole SKEIE, aged 30 years, buried 18th December 1859

James SKILLER, aged 35 years, seaman, buried 5th August 1855

Alfred Thomas SLATER, 21+, bachelor, of Seacombe, Cheshire, the son of William and Charlotte Slater, married 1st March 1873, to Josephine ADY, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Joseph and Louisa Maria Ady

Alfred William SLATER, aged 27 years, bachelor, born Calcutta, the son of Samuel and Phoebe Slater, Civil Engineer, married 26th October 1878, to Florence Sophia FOSTER, aged 22 years, spinster, born Cape of Good Hope, the daughter of Edward and Mary Foster

Josephine SLATER, aged 28 years, widow, the daughter of Joseph ADY, married 15th November 1880, to Arthur MARSHALL, aged 28 years, bachelor, Seaman, HMS Hibernia

Arthur Crofton SLEIGH, living at 8 Strada Zecca, Valletta, 1895 Voters list. Born in London, he served in the Army Hospital Corps, and in 1893 was 1st Class Sergeant in the Malta Police force

John SLYTHE, living at 156 Strada San Cristoforo, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Joseph SLYTHE, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1815

Joseph SLYTHE, buried 15th July 1820, aged 43 years, Merchant

Joseph SLYTHE, President of the Anglo-Maltese Bank 1817

Richard SLYTHE, Sardinian Vice Consul, the son of the late Joseph Slythe, married 14th January 1845, to Giovanna ZAMMIT, at the private chapel of Mme. Vincenza Zammit, at Floriana

Richard SLYTHE, living at 53 Strada Zaccaria, Valletta, electoral list 1852

William SLYTHE, buried 11th March 1828, aged 31 years

Harriet SMALLWOOD, born in Malta about 1824. Married. In 1851 living in Stoke on Trent

SMITH & Co., founded in 1851 by William Jemison SMITH, later to become Thos. C. Smith & Co.

Adelaide F.M. SMITH, the wife of Henry G. Smith, born in Malta about 1845. Living with her husband in Mortlake, Surrey, in 1881

Agnes Louisa Benvenuta SMITH, born 11th February 1830, the daughter of Mary and Charles Henry Smith. In 1851 living in Westminster, London

Alexander Graham SMITH, died 19th April 1862, at Sliema, from Glasgow, aged 30 years

Alice M. SMITH, the daughter of Alice Smith, born in Malta about 1876. Living with her widowed mother Alice Smith and family in Gillingham, Kent, in 1881

Amy SMITH, the daughter of Catherine and Stephen Smith, born in Malta about 1862. Living with her parents and family in Cheshire, in 1881

Antone SMITH, born in Malta about 1846. In 1881 living in Lewisham, London, as a Servant in the household of Elizabeth and Frederick Crockford of Malta

Anthony SMITH, died 18th February 1840, arrived on the Steamer Volcano, from Corfu

Ann Tucket Caines SMITH, died 18th December 1866 in Valletta, the widow of the late Thomas Edward Smith, of Ince Castle, Devon, aged 75 years. Daughter of the late Clemence Caines, of London W.1.

Arthur SMITH, the son of Mary and John Smith, born in Malta about 1876. Living with his parents and family in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1881

Augusta Fanny SMITH, born 5th October 1829, the daughter of Emily Caroline and Samuel Smith

B. SMITH, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1876

Bella SMITH, the daughter of Mary and John Smith, born in Malta about 1872. Living with her parents and family in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1881

Caroline SMITH, nee CORLETT. Born 2nd October 1830, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett. She married the widower William Jemison Smith on 5th January 1858. She died 19th March 1916

Captain Charles SMITH, died Friday 21st June 1844, aged 60 years. Late of the brig Charleslaw (late Eliz.Scotland)

Charles I. SMITH, born in Malta about 1820. Living in Westminster, London, in 1851

Charles SMITH, aged 36 years, buried 25th November 1856

Charles Edward SMITH, aged 42 years, seaman, buried 24th March 1870

Charlotte SMITH, born in Malta about 1829. Married. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

David SMITH, Mate of the Cato Transport, died in the Civil Hospital, buried 3rd August 1827

E. Agnes SMITH, the wife of Andrew Smith, born in Malta about 1862. Living with her husband and children in Bishopwearmouth, Co. Durham, in 1881

E.A. Webber SMITH, step-daughter of Alice and Reverend John H. Walthew, born in Malta about 1863. Living with Reverend Walthew in Richmond, Surrey, in 1881. He was the incumbent of Christ Church, Richmond

Edgar Horace SMITH, full age, widower, Superintendent Petroleum Wharf, Marsa, the son of Edward John Smith, Gentleman, married 28th December 1891, to Annie Elizabeth BASSETT, full age, spinster, St.Pauls, Bow Common, Stepney, the daughter of Henry Bassett, Whitesmith

Reverend Edward SMITH, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Edward SMITH, born in Malta about 1825, living with his wife Jane in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1881

Elizabeth SMITH, born in Malta about 1828. Married. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

Ellen Mary SMITH, born 12th January 1865, the daughter of Caroline and William Jemison Smith

Ellen Mary SMITH, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of William Jemison Smith, Merchant, married 21st January 1885, to Cecil Godfrey WOOD, aged 33 years, bachelor, in the Consular Service, the son of Sir Richard Wood G.C.M.G., Consular Service

Elizabeth SMITH, the wife of Edward A. Smith, born in Malta about 1826. Living with her husband and children in Plumstead, Kent, in 1881

Emily Louisa SMITH, died 16th January 1875, in Gozo, the daughter of Caroline and William Jemison Smith

Emma Wallis SMITH, aged 6 months, buried 19th June 1850

Frances Emma SMITH, born in Malta about 1854. Working as a Cook/Domestic Servant in Shropshire, in 1881

Frances Mary SMITH, aged 18 years, spinster, of Valletta, the daughter of Thomas Charles Smith, Publican, married 4th June 1889, to Hirst CALVERLEY, aged 24 years, bachelor, Mineral water Manufacturer, of Floriana, the son of John Calverley, Mineral water Manufacturer

Frances SMITH, born in Malta about 1806. Living in Sevenoaks, Kent, in 1851

Francis SMITH, born in Malta about 1805. In 1881 a widower living with his daughter Elizabeth P. Smith in Downton, Wiltshire, in 1881. He was a Baptist Minister

George SMITH, died Monday 19th December 1836, Captain of the schooner Isabella of Peterhead, aged 36 years. Arrived from Patrasso, he died on board

George SMITH, born 19th April 1821, the son of Thomas and Mary Smith, Servant to General Sir Manley Power

Georgina Margaret SMITH, born 4th October 1866, the daughter of Caroline and William Jemision Smith. Buried 23rd June 1868, aged 21 months

Gerald Alfred William SMITH, born 3rd July 1891, the son of Thomas Corlett Alexander Oldham and Blanche Mathilde Smith

Grace SMITH, died 18th December 1862, aged 80 years. Widow. From Dumfries

Grace C. SMITH, the daughter of Mary Ann and William H. Smith, born in Malta about 1867. Living with her parents in Horsington, Somerset, in 1881, her father was the Publican of the Half Moon Inn

Henry Percy SMITH, the son of Mary and Charles Henry Smith, born in Malta 17th December 1825. In 1881 he was the Vicar of Great Barton, Suffolk, where he lived in The Vicarage, with his wife Selena

Henry T. SMITH, the son of Jessie and Thomas Smith, born in Malta about 1867. Living with his parents and family in Longbenton, Northumberland, in 1881

Herbert Muller SMITH, born 21st December 1868, the son of Caroline and William Jemison Smith. Buried 16th February 1869, aged 1 month 24 days

James SMITH, granted a licence to open a school 24th February 1829

James SMITH, 21+, bachelor, from Dumfries, Scotland, employee at Naval Bakery, married 21st July 1829, to Sarah WATSON, widow

James SMITH, buried 15th May 1830, aged 3 weeks

James SMITH, aged 56 years, buried 13th July 1851

James A. SMITH, died 28th March 1857 in Valletta, aged 42 years, from consumption

John SMITH, born in Malta about 1822. Living in Limehouse, London, in 1851

John SMITH, died 8th September 1837, arrived on the Sn.Francesco. Died in the Lazaretto, from inflammation of the brain

John SMITH, seaman, buried 30th July 1847

John SMITH, aged 24 years, seaman, buried 1st March 1848

John Plunell SMITH, aged 27 years, buried 18th February 1863

Joseph SMITH, born in Malta about 1810. Living in Alston, Cumberland, in 1851

Joshua SMITH, born in Malta about 1843. Ex-Merchant Seaman, living in Hull Workhouse, in 1881

Kate SMITH, the wife of Samuel N. Smith, born in Malta about 1857. Living with her husband and family in Burnham, Essex, in 1881. Her husband kept the White Hart Hotel

Margaret Elizabeth Frances SMITH, born 20th February 1825, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Smith

Martha SMITH, died 1st December 1850, aged 31 years, the wife of W.J. Smith Jnr.

Mary SMITH, aged 34 years, buried 6th February 1831

Mary A. SMITH, the wife of W.H.D. Smith, born in Malta about 1848. Living with her husband in Taunton, Somerset, in 1881

Mary Ann SMITH, died 6th September 1871, aged 49 years. The daughter of James and Grace Smith

Peter SMITH, born in Malta about 1850, Ship’s Stoker. A Prisoner in Kirkdale Prison, Lancashire, in 1881

Reginald de Maumejan SMITH, born 30th August 1889, the son of Thomas Corlett Alexander Oldham and Mathilde Blanche Smith

Robert Samuel SMITH, resident Malta, electoral list 1853

Ronald Louis Cecil SMITH, born 30th September 1898, the son of Thomas Corlett Alexander Oldham and Mathilde Blanche Smith, Merchant, of 12 Strada Cristoforo, Valletta

Rosinda SMITH, died 17th February 1855, aged 23 years, the wife of William Jemison Smith, leaving a husband and infant son

Samuel SMITH, 1st Clerk to Naval Storekeeper, Naval Victualling Yard, Vittoriosa in 1847

S. SMITH, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1890

Sarah SMITH, died 4th November 1880, Widow

T. SMITH, Accounts Clerk, Vittoriosa, Naval Dockyard in 1856

Lieutenant Theo. SMITH, Royal Dockyard Artillery Battalion, with the Naval Victualling Company in 1856

Theodore SMITH, living at 8 Strada Allesandria, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Thomas SMITH, from Suffolk, married 2nd April 1817 to, Mary SHEA, resident in Malta

Thomas SMITH, 21+, bachelor, from South Cove, Suffolk, married 29th May 1831, to Alice POWER, 21+, widow, from Waterford, Ireland

Thomas SMITH, aged 24 years, buried 11th July 1831

Thomas SMITH, died 6th November 1837, arrived on the Frigate Tribuna, from Smyrna. Died in the Lazaretto, from dropsy

Thomas SMITH, aged 50 years, buried 19th April 1838

Thomas SMITH, Re-Buried 9th October 1838, from the grave behind Warehouse No.1, and transported to Lazaretto cemetery. Died 24th August 1778, disinterred and re-buried

Thomas SMITH, aged 18 years, mariner, buried 16th August 1842

Thomas SMITH, buried 11th April 1844, arrived on the Frigate Tyne, from Alexandria. Dead on arrival

Thomas SMITH, born in Malta about 1852. Living in Kent, in 1881

Thomas SMITH, aged 50 years, buried 12th June 1856

Thomas Corlett Alexander Oldham SMITH, born 27th May 1863, the son of Caroline and William Jemison Smith

Thomas SMITH, living at 182 Strada San Paolo, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Thos. C. SMITH & Co., was the new name given in 1896 to Smith & Co., by Thomas Corlett Smith and his son Reginald de Maumejan Smith, on the death of W.Jemison Smith, who had founded the original business in 1851. They were Shipping, Steamship and Clearing and Insurance Agents, Coal, and General Merchants. T.C. Smith was Consul for Spain

Thomas L. SMITH, the son of Mary Ann and Patrick Smith, born in Cottonera about 1876. Living with his parents and family in Manchester, in 1881

W. SMITH, buried 30th November 1840, in the Lazaretto, arrived on the HM Asia, from Beirut. Dead on arrival

William SMITH, aged 8 months, buried 28th July 1852

William C. SMITH, born in Malta about 1861. Working as a Waiter and Cellerman in Birkenhead, Cheshire, in 1881

W.H. SMITH, died 7th November 1840, arrived on HM Hastings, from Beirut. Died in the Lazaretto

William Henry SMITH, 21+, bachelor, born in Co.Dublin, Ireland, the son of Ellen and William James Smith, Merchant, married 15th March 1853 to, Jane CORLETT, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett

William James SMITH Snr, living at 131 Strada San Paolo, Valletta, 1852

William James SMITH, the son of William James Smith of Gibraltar, aged 35 years, buried 18th March 1853

William Jemison SMITH, born in London, in 1829, the son of William James and Ellen Elizabeth Smith. He founded the commercial company of Smith & Company in 1851. They were Shipping Agents, Insurance Agents and General Merchants. After his death the business was taken over by his son and the name was changed to Thomas C. Smith & Co., and continues to this day.

William Jemison SMITH married Rosinda SAVANON, born in Gibraltar, the daughter of Raphael and Mary Savanon before a Roman Catholic priest in Gibraltar, prior to their wedding on 25th February 1854 in St.Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, Valletta. His first wife died, and as a widower he married Caroline CORLETT, spinster, on 5th January 1858. She was a daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett. He died in Italy, and was buried in the new Protestant cemetery Naples: Chevalier W. Jemison SMITH, late Consul for Spain and Portugal at Malta, died 14th December 1894, aged 65 years

William Pole SMITH, aged 26 years, from Scotland, buried 24th February 1872

Reverend Joseph SMITHE, Professor of English Literature at Malta University 1813 to 1827

Anne Selina SMYTH, born 11th February 1865, the daughter of Selina Hester and John Thomas Smyth. Twin sister of Benjamin John. Buried 23rd March 1865, aged 38 days

Benjamin John SMYTH, born 11th February 1865, the son of Selina Hester and John Thomas Smyth. Twin brother of Anne Selina. Buried 15th February 1865, aged three days

Caroline Evelyn St.John SMYTH, born 24th June 1851, the daughter of Caroline Sarah and Samuel Smyth

Caroline Sarah SMYTH, died 29th August 1856, aged 32 years, the wife of Samuel R. Smyth

Catherine SMYTH, Draper, at 28 Strada San Giovanni, Valletta, in 1847

Catherine SMYTH, died 11th September 1869, aged 78 years. From Ireland. The widow of Colonel Robert Smyth, 18th Regiment

Catherine Matilda Ann SMYTH, born 13th May 1850, the daughter of Caroline Sarah and Samuel Robert Smyth

Catherine Matilda Ann SMYTH, aged 9 years, buried 26th June 1859

Florence Lizzy Louisa SMYTH, born 27th March 1854, the daughter of Caroline Sarah and Samuel Robert Smyth

Sir Henry Augustus SMYTH, Governor of Malta, 1890 till 1893. He was born in 1825, the seventh of eleven children born to Eliza Anne Smyth, nee Warington, and Admiral William Henry Smyth, the third boy. He joined the Royal Artillery in 1843, seeing service in Bermuda, Nova Scotia and the Crimean War. He later served in India and South Africa. Sworn in as Governor of Malta 1st March 1890 he kept the position until 1893. He married Helen Greaves in 1874, and he died in 1906

Samuel Robert SMYTH, of Malta, married 4th September 1849 to Caroline JEYES, the daughter of the late F. Jeyes

Samuel Robert SMYTH, living at 35 Strada Zaccaria, Valletta, 1852

Caroline SNELL, born 15th February 1864, the daughter of Caroline and the late George Snell, Cord & Rope Dealer, 75 Strada San Nicola, Valletta. Baptised 29th June 1881

Harriet SNOWDEN, aged 36 years, buried 31st April 1855

James Colton SNOWDON, bachelor, married 15th June 1868, to Annie DACORAN, Widow

Elizabeth SOAPER, born in Malta about 1799. In 1851 living in Frindsbury, Kent

P.R. SOARKE, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1891

George SODERLUND, aged 45 years, Master of the Russian barque Rauha, buried 19th January 1857

Mary SOFIA, aged 25 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Antonio and Alessia Sofia, married 4th December 1876, to Mark PORTMAN, full age, bachelor, from Wiltshire, the son of Bernard and Mary Portman, Gunner, 12th Brigade, Royal Artillery

Lewis SOFIO, widower, born Messina, Sicily, married 2nd October 1849 to, Margaret JOHNSON, 21+, spinster, born in Leith, Scotland, the daughter of David and Ellen Johnson

Constance Adelaide SOLER, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of John Soler, Married 2nd May 1889, to George Thomas WELLS, aged 25 years, bachelor, Writer in HM Dockyard, the son of Thomas Richard Jarrett Wells

Eurice SOLER, resident Malta, electoral list 1856

Gerasimos SOLOMON, Archimandrite of the Greek Church, appointed in

October 1857 to the Management Committee of Ta Braxia cemetery. In 1865, Teacher of Ancient and Modern Greek at the Lyceum.

Mrs SOMERVILLE, the wife of the Reverend Dudley Somerville, Chaplain to the Forces, Cottonera District, gave birth to a daughter 11th July 1858

Helen SOMERVILLE, daughter of Maria and James Somerville, married 28th December 1822, to John HANNELL, Captain, 18th Regiment born Nova Scotia

James SOMERVILLE, Collector of Land Revenue and Magistrate in Gozo, was given an allowance of £ 12.10.0d. per annum in lieu of a house, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

James SOMERVILLE, 21+, widower, born Glasgow, married 22nd October 1839, to Agata MONREAL, 21+, spinster, of Valletta

James SOMERVILLE, died 17th February 1860, aged 83 years. Prior to living in Malta he acted as HM Vice-Consul in Tripoli. On 25th October 1817 he was appointed Magistrate General on Malta. In March 1818 he was made acting Collector of Revenue for Gozo, and confirmed in the post on 13th May. He was also a Police Magistrate, and became the Collector of Excise and Customs for Gozo on 30th March 1822. Outside his official duties he was an antiques collector and archaeologist

Maria SOMERVILLE, died 31st July 1836, the wife of James Somerville, Collector of Customs & Revenue in Gozo. Thought to be of Greek nationality from Crete

Martha SOMERVILLE, daughter of James and Maria Somerville, married 8th June 1849, to Reverend Dr. Luigi DE SANCTIS, in St.Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, Valletta. The bridegroom was born in Rome, and had been a Roman Catholic priest before converting to Protestantism

Thomas SOMERVILLE, living at 105 Strada Cristoforo, Valletta, 1895 Voters list

William SOMERVILLE, born 19th May 1848. He was an assistant teacher from March 1876 until August 1879, when he became a full schoolmaster and continued his career in education. Appointed schoolmaster in Asciak in November 1890

Captain SOMMERSON, died 31st December 1850, on Brig Ariel, from apoplexy

H.E. SOUTH, Organist, Freemason, The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1896

Thomas SOUTHWOOD, married 4th June 1816 to, Eliza DOUGLAS

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

Thomas SOUTHWOOD, died 20th September 1846 in Valletta, aged 70 years, Merchant, resident in Malta for around 30 years

Benjamin Reid SOUTHWORTH, born 31st March 1855, the son of Eliza and Benjamin Southworth

Beatrice Phillipa SOWDEN, born 19th July 1876, the daughter of William

George Mager and Maria Tomasine Sowden

Celia SOWDEN, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of William George Sowden, married 22nd February 1880, to George Thomas HILLS, aged 31 years, bachelor, Ship’s Steward, R.N., the son of William Hills

Charles Turner SOWDEN, born 12th March 1868, the son of Maria Tomasine and William George Mager Sowden

George SOWDEN, born 25th November 1865, the son of Maria Tomasine and William George Mager Sowden

Mabel SOWDEN, born 19th August 1878, the daughter of William George Mager and Maria Thomasine Sowden

Minnie Turner SOWDEN, born 19th December 1872, the daughter of Maria Tomasine and William George Mager Sowden

James Colton SNOWDON, bachelor, married 15th June 1868 to, Annie DACORAN, widow

SPARKS Royal Clarendon Hotel, 56 & 59 Stada San Paolo, Valletta, in 1847

Emily SPARKS, born 16th September 1835, the daughter of Miette and Noble Sparks

James Benjamin SPARKS, aged 44 years, of the Clarendon Hotel. Buried 31st May 1848

N. SPARKS, Dentist, at Strada Zaccaria, Valletta, in 1847

Geronimo SPECIALE, 21+, widower, born in Palermo, Sicily the son of Francesco and Eleonora Speciale, married 22nd September 1855 to, Louisa Mary Frances GLOVER, 21+, spinster, born in Portsmouth, the daughter of George and Lucy Glover

T.A. SPEED, Wine Merchant, at 37 Strada Zecca, Valletta, in 1847

Ann SPEER, born in Malta about 1805. Living in Sunbury, Middlesex, in 1851

Emma Georgina Jane SPELLING, the daughter of David and Mary Anne Georgina Spelling. Born 5th October 1807, baptised in Malta 6th Janaury 1828. Adult

Agnes Flora SPENCER, born 19th June 1867, baptised October 1867. The parents left Malta shortly after the birth, leaving the baby behind without making any provision for her support. They are recorded as Henry and Agnes Spencer. By subscription Lieut-Colonel Yates, of the Royal Artillery, raised a sum of money and the baby was looked after for two years. He then arranged for a soldier of the Royal Artillery, E. BOURKE and his wife to adopt the child, so by 1870 the child was with them

Frances Isabella Catherine SPENCER, born 21st July 1837, the daughter of Charlotte and the Hon. George Augustus Spencer

The Hon. Frederick SPENCER, Freemason, member of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1818

Dr. Giuseppe SPERANZA, Men’s Hospital Medical Staff, Senior Surgeon 1805

Maude Helen SPILLER, born 7th March 1876, the daughter of Julian Ann and George William Spiller

Captain SPITERI lost his life in the ship, Michelino. Wrecked at Marsaxlokk. His body was recovered on Saturday, 13th January 1844, and burial took place on the same day

Jeanne Rachel Marie Carmela SPITERI, born 13th April 1848 in Birkirkara, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

John Felix Joseph SPITERI, born 25th September 1838 in Luqa, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph SPITERI, born in Malta 1804, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Joseph SPITERI, born 1st September 1858 in Vittoriosa, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Josephine SPITERI, born 7th November 1853 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Maria Concetta SPITERI, born in Cospicua 1834, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Maria Victoria Joanna Elizabeth Philomena Publia SPITERI, aged 19 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of William Spiteri, married 18th April 1879, to William James DARBY, aged 21 years, bachelor, of Taunton, Somerset, the son of William Darby, Stoker, HMS Achilles

Michael SPITERI, born 28th August 1825 in Xewkija, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Michael Xavier Paul SPITERI, born 8th February 1835 in Attard, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Salvatore John SPITERI, born 30th May 1873 in Gozo, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Therese SPITERI, born 7th September 1857 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Victor Bartholomew SPITERI, born 16th September 1838 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Antoinetta Clarisse SPRAGUE, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of Horatio J. Sprague, American Consul, married 17th June 1889, to Robert CRECY, aged 32 years, bachelor, Master Mariner, the son of James Crecy, Gentleman

William Devereux SPRATT, aged 3 years 4 months, buried 13th December 1852

J. SPURIN, HM Dockyard Police, October 1857

Fanny SPURRIER, born in Malta about 1828. In 1851 living in St.Pancras, London

Louisa SPURRIER, born in Malta about 1818. Living in St.Pancras, London, in 1851

Edward Lee SQUIRE, 21+, bachelor, born in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, the son of Richard Edward and Eliza Squire, married 2nd April 1868 to, Margaret FAREMOUTH, 21+, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of Joseph and Antonia Latouche

Mr. ST.JOHN, Treasurer of the Government, was given £ 50 per annum, in lieu of a house, as authorized by H.M.Secretary of State for the Colonies, in 1825

Captain ST.JOHN, Asst.Int. of Marine Police, lived at Sirene, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Andrew Charles ST.JOHN, living at 19 Strada Sirene, Senglea, 1852

Barbara Louisa ST.JOHN, baptised 1st December 1819, the daughter of Eliza Maria and Robert William St.John, Treasurer to the Government. From Ogbourne St.George, Wiltshire

Charles ST.JOHN, aged 62 years, buried 17th February 1863

Charles Robert ST.JOHN, buried 15th May 1824, the son of R.W. St.John, Treasurer to the Government

Emily Diana ST.JOHN, born 23rd February 1826, the daughter of Robert William and Eliza Maria St.John

Frederick Arthur ST.JOHN, born 26th February 1827, the son of Robert William and Eliza Maria St.John, Agent and Consul General in Algiers

George Robert ST.JOHN, born 14th February 1824, the son of Eliza Maria and Robert William St.John, Treasurer to the Government

Henry Thomas ST.JOHN, born 18th February 1818, the son of Eliza Maria and Robert William St.John, Treasurer to the Government

Henry ST.JOHN, died 6th March 1834, aged 65 years. He spent almost 20 years in Marine Police Department

Joseph ST.JOHN, buried 2nd November 1826, aged 23 years

Mary Susan ST.JOHN, born 20th April 1821, the daughter of Eliza Maria and Robert William St.John, Treasurer to the Government. She was buried 25th March 1822

Oliver William ST.JOHN, Adjutant, Malta Police Force in 1847. Living at 51 Strada San Francesco, Floriana, 1852

R. ST.JOHN, Asst.Schoolmaster, Government Primary School, Zeitun, in 1851

Johann H. STABEN, aged 47 years, Captain of the German Barque Nicolas Heinrich, buried 30th May 1870

Charles Hugh STACEY, 21+, bachelor, of Brightelmstone, Sussex, the son of Charles Hugh and Charlotte Stacey, married 11th July 1876, to Christian Ann DINNING, 21+, spinster, of Southampton, Hampshire, the daughter of James and Eliza Dinning

George Benham STACEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Brighton, the son of Thomas and Mary Stacey, married 25th February 1868 to, Ellen O’CONNOR, 21+, spinster, born in London, the daughter of Brian and Catherine O’Connor

Dora Matilda STADER, born 6th May 1874, the daughter of Josephine and Albert Thomas Stader

Barbara STAFFORD, aged 70 years, the widow of William Stafford, buried 21st June 1832

Emmanuel STAFRACE, born 11th September 1867 in Senglea, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Marie STAFRACE, born 25th December 1867 in Cospicua, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Lieutenant STAINES, Royal Dockyard Artillery Battalion, with Naval Victualling Company in 1856

Mrs. STAINES, Matron, Royal Naval Hospital Bighi, in 1847

Cecilia Catherine STAINES, born 3rd March 1826, the daughter of Stephen and Lucy Staines

Eleonora Cecilia STAINES, minor, spinster born Malta, the daughter of Stephen and Frances Staines, married 16th November 1865, to John Robert Rowlands WHITMARSH, 21+, bachelor, born Malta, the son of John and Mary Whitmarsh

Ellen Caroline STAINES, the 4th daughter of the late Stephen Staines and Lucy his wife, married 15th April 1846, to Walter ELLIOT, 21+, bachelor, of Kelso, Scotland, Superintendent of Naval Works

Emily Margaret STAINES, 21+, spinster, married 1st January 1842, to William Edward HARVEY, 21+, bachelor

Georgiana Claudina STAINES, minor with consent of her mother Lucy Staines, of St.George’s Parish, Middlesex, the widow of Stephen Staines, married 28th October 1830, to Henry William ROWLSTONE, 21+, bachelor, resident Malta

John E. STAINES, resident in Malta, October 1857

Stephen STAINES, married Lucy BALDOCK, in St.Nicholas Church, Brighton, Sussex, 20th October 1800. Both from that parish. They came to Malta and he was employed in HM Dockyard

Stephen STAINES, living at 73 Strada San Scolastica, Vittoriosa, 1852

Stephen STAINES, appointed Assistant Superintendent of Ports, May 1890

Stephen Smith STAINES, 21+, bachelor, HM Naval Dockyard, married 1st August 1838, to Francesca TURCHIS, minor with parent’s consent, of Vittoriosa

Stephen Smith STAINES, aged 21+, widower, born in Malta, the son of Stephen and Lucy Staines, HM Victualling Yard, married 3rd February 1855, to Sarah ROGERS, 21+, spinster, born England

S. STAINES, Foreman of Coopers, Naval Dockyard in 1856

William Charles STANFORD, died 13th March 1869 at Naples, aged 44 years

Chandos STANHOPE, born 15th January 1859, the son of Dorothea and Henry Edwyn Chandos Scudamore Stanhope

Henry STANLEY, aged 21 years, seaman, buried 24th March 1857

John Campbell STANLEY, aged 40 years, bachelor, the son of John Stanley, married 28th January 1891, to Ellen OATES, aged 26 years, spinster the daughter of John Oates

J.C. STANLEY, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1883

Samuel STANLEY, buried 11th August 1822, of the brig Ionia

Catherine STAPLES, born in Malta about 1849. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Frederick STAPLES, born in Malta about 1846. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Hannah STAPP, died 14th August 1865, aged 55 years, the widow of Richard Stapp. Born in England

Mary STAPP, died 14th August 1865, spinster, about 27 years

Richard STAPP, died 30th December 1861, aged 71 years, a Gun maker, from London

Richard Garrard STAPP, 21+, widower, born in Bethnal Green, London, Porter, HM Dockyard, the son of Richard and Sarah Stapp, married 16th June 1853 to, Hannah HOGG, 21+, spinster, born in Buckland, Kent, the daughter of Richard and Sarah Hogg

Richard G. STAPP, died 31st May 1865, in Sliema, aged 50 years, Lodging House Keeper. Born in Scotland

Sarah Ann STAPP, died 13th August 1865, aged 72 years, widow. Born in England

John William STARKEY, aged 45 years, bachelor, Manager, North Gas Co., 29 Bastione Santa Barbara, Valletta, the son of John Starkey, Perfumier, married 2nd January 1890, to Caroline Ellen SANDILANDS, aged 33 years, spinster, 27 Piazza Britannica, Floriana, the daughter of William James Sandilands, Banknote Store office, Bank of England

John William STARKEY, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1886. District Grand Secretary 1879. District Grandscribe E, the District Grand Chapter 1890. Deputy District Grand Master in 1891. Second District Grand Principal 1891, 1892

Edmund STARKIE, Apothecary to the Forces, married 4th September 1827, to Elizabeth Moira Hastings BEEVER, the daughter of Captain Beever, late Barrack Master at Kingston upon Hull

Ronald James Frederick STEAR, aged 26 years, bachelor, Engine Fitter, the son of George Frederick Stear, married 5th July 1898 to, Louisa Elizabeth PERKINS, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles Perkins

Reverend STEBARD, was born in Lebanon, New Hampshire, U.S.A. in 1802.

Joined the Mission of the A.B.F.M. in Bayrout in March 1836 and died in the Malta Lazaretto 29th June 1841

G.P. STEPHENS, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1887

John STEPHENSON, aged 25 years, bachelor, Storekeeper HM Commissariat Department, married 25th August 1810, to Susanna MASTERS, aged 24 years, spinster, of Great St.Thomas the Apostle, Middlesex, now resident in Valletta

Richard STEPHENSON, aged 50 years, Master of the English Barque Brockett. Buried 10th May 1852

Sutherland Alexander STEPHENSON, aged 21 years, seaman, buried 16th May 1848

T.H. STEPHENSON, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1896

Tom STEPHENSON, aged 42 years, bachelor, Solicitor, the son of James Stephenson deceased, married 21st September 1896 to, Ada CLARK, aged 26 years, spinster, Medical Nurse, the daughter of Robinson Clark

Elizabeth Hester STEPTOW, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Jesse Steptow deceased, married 16th November 1892, to Charles Edward GAMON, aged 25 years, bachelor, Lance-Corporal, Royal Engineers, the son of Frederick Gamon

M. STERN, German teacher at Malta Protestant College, September 1856

STEVENS Lodging House at 28 Strada Forni, Valletta, in 1847

Alexander Jules STEVENS, died 2nd March 1862 at Kherson, Russia, the youngest child of George Alexander Stevens, HBM Consul

Alfred Ryder STEVENS, born 2nd March 1867, the son of Sara Augusta Croft and Frederick Hildebrand Stevens

Charles STEVENS, aged 35 years, Ship’s Carpenter, buried 5th March 1856

Ellen Georgiana STEVENS, the 5th daughter of Mr.William Stevens of Malta, married on 7th December 1846, at Her Britannic Majesty's Consulate of Trevisonde, to Frederick GUARRACINO, HBM Consul at Samsoun

Mrs STEVENS, the wife of Consul Francis Iliff Stevens, gave birth to a daughter, at Trebizond on 4th February 1848

Francis STEVENS, born in Malta about 1811. In 1851 living in Stoke Damerel, Devon

George STEVENS, aged 19 years 7 months, bachelor, the son of George Stevens, married 16th October 1897 to, Minnie WILLIAMS, aged 18 years 6 months, the daughter of Thomas Williams deceased

Giovanna STEVENS, nee ASSENZA, died 3rd February 1837, at Sliema the wife of William Stevens, aged 46 years. She left fourteen children

Julia STEVENS, died 27th January 1862 at Trebizond, aged 18 months, the infant daughter of Francis Iliff Stevens, HBM Consul

Henry Banks STEVENS, born 29th January 1840, the son of Lucinda Charlotte and William Stevens

Henry George Edward STEVENS, died 5th May 1847 at his residence in Pieta, aged 37 years leaving a widow. He was the third son of William John Stevens, solicitor of Valletta. Employed for many years Custom House Department. Buried in a vault at the Jesuits Church, Valletta

Josephina Covey STEVENS, born 11th November 1831, the daughter of Lucinda and William Stevens

Josephine Covey STEVENS, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Lucinda Charlotte and William Stevens, married 6th January 1849 to,

Giovanni CERIONI, 21+, bachelor, born in Yesi, Ancona, Italy

Lucinda Fanny STEVENS, born 29th March 1836, the daughter of Lucinda Charlotte and William Stevens. In 1851 living in Frome, Somerset

Onorata Lilliecrappe STEVENS, born 28th May 1837, the daughter of Lucinda Charlotte and William Stevens

T. STEVENS, Gate Porter, Royal Naval Hospital Bighi, in 1849

Mrs. William STEVENS, gave birth to a daughter on 23rd June 1827, her

fifteenth child, of whom fourteen were still living

William Banks STEVENS, born 19th October 1834, the son of Lucinda Charlotte and William Stevens

William John STEVENS, Notary, present at the first Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce held on 1st January 1849. Living at 197 Strada Reale, Valletta, 1852

William STEVENS, 21+, bachelor, from Barnet, Hertfordshire, married 15th February 1825, to Lucinda Charlotte GILL, 21+, the widow of John Gill, formerly Lucinda Charlotte BANKS, from Great Massingham, Norfolk

William STEVENS Senior, Notary, living at 6 Molo Pieta, electoral list 1852

William STEVENS, living at Bighi, electoral list 1852

William STEVENS, died 30th August 1854, aged 75 years. Resident in Malta since 1803, Solicitor, left six sons and seven daughters. In 1833 he was brought before Magistrates. He admitted falsifying the notorial acts of Notary Giuliano Chiappe, by executing a false document dated 24th December 1823 but really signed 27th June 1831. Various circumstances tended to prove his action, but the most positive evidence was that the paper used had a watermark of 1829. He admitted his guilt before the Magistrates and was sentenced to one year in prison, which he served from August 1833 to August 1834. It was later stated by the Attorney-General in England that the sentence was contrary to the law. In 1836 he made a claim against the Government for compensation, which he assessed at the amount of £ 12,755 apart from loss of reputation. The matter went to arbitration, he appointed Thomas Hunt Barber and the Government appointed Samuel Christian. These two men could not agree, so appointed an umpire, John Robinson, a merchant. He came to a figure of £ 2,300 which was the amount paid to Mr.Stevens

Ernest Alfred STEVENSON, born 27th September 1866, the son of Elizabeth and Edward Stevenson

Gratia Anna Maria STEVENSON, aged 19 years, widow, the daughter Paolo MICALLEF, married 27th January 1882, to Henry KING, aged 28 years, bachelor, Gunner, the son of Frederick King

William Bennet STEVENSON, died 2nd September 1832, author of ‘A Narrative of Twenty Years Residence in South America’. Held several appointments, including Secretary to Lord Cochrane when in the service of the Government of Chile

Houston STEWARD, resident Malta, electoral list 1854

James STEWARD, aged 27 years, seaman, buried 3rd February 1862

Reverend Robson STEWARD, living at Nuovo Fabbrica, Senglea, 1852

Elizabeth STEWART, born in Malta about 1832. In 1851 living in Woolwich, Kent

Frank STEWART, born 21st April 1860, the son of Ellen and Dr. James Stewart

John STEWART, aged 53 years, seaman, buried 5th February 1856

Thomas STIBBERT, 21+, bachelor, resident in Malta, late of the Coldstream Guards, married 15th October 1842 to, Maria Rachele Candia CAFAGGI, 21+, spinster, from Florence, Italy

Catherine Colonna STILON, 21+, the daughter of Dr Joseph Stilon, married 2nd June 1840 to Edward Frederick GREEN, 21+, bachelor, of London.

Portrait painter

Dr G.M. STILON, Physician & Surgeon, at 32 Strada San Giovanni, Valletta, in 1847

Hamilton STILON MD, appointed Professor of Anatomy, 1st October 1876

Hamilton STILON, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1880

Harriet STILON, aged 56 years, buried 12th June 1836

Henrietta Eliza STILON, 21+, spinster, of Stoke, Hampshire, married 12th November 1831, to Hamilton Dickson Robert HENNING, 21+, bachelor, from Compton Bishop, Somerset, Assistant Surgeon, HMS Alban

Dr Joseph STILON, died Monday 3rd April 1848, aged 63 years. His funeral was held the following Thursday. Pall Bearers were Dr. Gravagna, Dr. Chetcuti, Dr. Watt, Dr. Schinas, Dr. Caldwell and Dr. Sankey. Chief Mourners, his sons-in-law Dr. Henning and Mr. Green. The funeral service was conducted by the Reverend Cleugh and Reverend Sir Cecil Bishopp

Melita STILON, minor, the third daughter of Dr.Joseph Stilon, Surgeon, R.N., married 6th December 1837, to William Robert MENDS, 21+, bachelor, of St.Budeaux, Devon, Lieutenant, R.N. of HMS Rodney, the eldest son of Captain Mends of HMS Talavera. He later became Admiral Sir William Mends. She became Dame Melita Mends, and died at Alverstoke, Hampshire abt. 13th July 1894

Melita Ellen Hore STILON, born 11th November 1818, the daughter of Harriet and Joseph Stilon, Surgeon, Royal Navy

Saverio STILON MD, married 23rd April 1850 to Emilia (Emily) FERRO, the only daughter of Raphael Ferro, Prussian Consul in Valletta

Stella STILON, born 26th November 1820, the daughter of Harriet and Joseph Stilon, Surgeon. She died and was buried 1st November 1823, aged 2 years 11 months

James STIMPSON, aged 49 years, seaman, buried 14th December 1854

James STOCKER, from Devonshire, married 8th June 1817 to, Maria MONTALDO, of Senglea

George STOCKER, living at 96 Strada Zecca, Valletta, electoral list 1852

John STOCKER, present at the first Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce held on 1st January 1849

John Boon STOCKER, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, the son of Ellen and Richard Stocker, married 26th May 1847 to, Giovanna Francesca Benvenuta Cajetana Maria Teresa Santariano BALBI, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Goiiuseppe and Vincenza Satariano Balbi

John Boon STOCKER, died 16th June 1852, aged 36 years, leaving an infant son

Richard Sydenham STOCKER, buried 18th June 1829, son of Richard and Elinor Stocker

Henry Moncrieff STODDART, died 5th October 1833 of enteric fever, aged 25 years, at Damascus. The second son of Sir John Stoddart, Chief Justice of Malta

Lorenza STOKES, aged 28 years, widow, the daughter of Samuel ZAMMIT, married 1st May 1894, to Thomas Burgess CHINERY, aged 23 years, bachelor, Private, East Surrey Regiment, the son of William Chinery

James STONE, aged 25 years, seaman, buried 4th November 1861

May Ann STONE, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of Henry Stone, married 30th March 1891, to George SPARKS, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Connaught Rangers, the son of Abraham Sparks

Robert STONE, buried 6th July 1822, aged 34 years, Seaman, HM Packet Queensbury, drowned

William STOOP, resident Malta, electoral list 1854

The daughter of Lorenzo and Paulina STORACE, Mary LINCH, 21+, the widow of Edward Frances Linch, Warder at the Military Prison, married 7th December 1866 to, John DACK, 21+, bachelor, born in Mattishall, Norfolk, Steward, Royal Navy, the son of Robert and Sarah Dack

10th September 1869, Ellen STORER, granted a licence to open a school

Sir Henry Knight STORKS, Governor of Malta. He was born in 1811, the eldest son of Mr.Serjeant H. Storks, and commissioned as an Ensign in the 61st Regiment on 10th January 1828, being promoted to Lieutenant in 1832. He transferred to the 14th Regiment on 23rd March 1832, and in May 1836 to the 38th Regiment. With the 38th Regiment he was sent to the Ionian Islands. He was appointed Assistant Adjutant-General at the Cape of Good Hope from 1846 to 1847 during the Kaffir Wars, and as the Military Secretary in Mauritius from 1849 to 1854. With the rank of Major-General he served in the Crimean War, which was followed by a position in the War Office in England from 1857 to 1859. On 2nd February 1859 he was appointed High Commissioner in the Ionian Islands and on 15th November 1864 as Governor of Malta. In 1865 he was sent to Jamaica where there was unrest and replaced Mr.Eyre as the Governor of Jamaica until relinquishing that office on 16th July 1866. He also resigned as Governor of Malta and returned to England, where he was involved in the re-organisation of the supplies and transport for the Army. Standing for Parliament he won the seat for Ripon at the election on 15th February 1871, but lost it in 1874. In 1841 he had married Miss. Nizzoli, the daughter of Cav. Giuseppe Nizzoli of Milan, but she died a few years later in 1848. He died on 6th September 1874

Ambrose Amyand STOTHERT, born 5th April 1870, the son of Eliza Margaret and the Reverend Samuel Kelson Stothert. He died 23rd April 1870, aged 17 days

Eliza Margaret STOTHERT, nee Kendall, was the wife of the Reverend Samuel Kelson Stothert, the incumbent at Holy Trinity Church, Sliema. She gave birth to a baby boy on the 6th April 1870, but she did not recover, and was buried on the 10th. Her baby son, Ambrose Andrew Stothert, only lived for 17 days and was buried on the 23rd April 1870. The Reverend Stothert had served as a Chaplain in the Royal Navy from 1853 until his retirement from the Navy in 1869. After his wife’s death he returned to England and married his second wife in 1872. He was Rector of Ordsall, Nottinghamshire, until his death in 1896

Helen Kelson STOTHERT, died 21st June 1871 on board the P. &.O. vessel Delta, aged 36 years

Reverend Samuel Kelson STOTHERT, born 31st March 1827 in Bath, Somerset. Joined the Royal Navy in 1853 and in 1854 as Chaplain on HMS Queen was sent ashore in the Crimea to serve with the Navy Brigade before Sebastopol. He sent a series of letters to his family in England in which he describes the actions and the horrors involved in this war, which were later published. Apart from HMS Queen, he also served on HMS Victoria, HMS Britannia, HMS Revenge, HMS St.Vincent, and HMS Caledonia. He joined the Zetland Lodge of Freemasons on 11th April 1864, and was made a Master Mason the following June. He retired from the Navy in 1869 and became the incumbent at Holy Trinity Church, Sliema, in 1870. His first wife Eliza Margaret nee KENDALL, died in April 1870 a few days after giving birth to a son, and the baby died shortly after. He returned to England and in 1872 married Anastasia Caroline Alexandrina BAKER, the daughter of Henry Baker, in Plymouth. He was Rector of Ordsall, Nottinghamshire until his death in 14th June 1896

Arthur STOW, born about 1814 in Malta. In 1851 living in Bredon, Worcestershire

Elizabeth Pauline STOW, born 30th August 1843

Joseph STRADLING, born in Malta about 1818. In 1851 living in Northoram, Yorkshire

James STRATTON, aged 30 years, seaman, buried 22nd March 1862

J. STRATTON, Assistant Commissary Control Department, died on 3rd May 1871 in Bighi Naval Hospital

Marie STRATTON, born in Malta about 1805. Living in St.Pancras, London, in 1851

E.P VAN STRAUBENZIE, born in Malta about 1818. In 1851 living with mother Maria Van Straubenzie in Richmond, Yorkshire

Andrew STRAUSS, aged 53 years, buried 7th October 1838

Anna Margaret Susannah STRAUSS, born 24th September 1829, the daughter of Rosina Zammit and John Andrew Caspar Strauss

Ann Margaret Wilhelmina STRAUSS, aged 6 years, buried 29th November 1835

Carl Frederic Sontag STRAUSS, born 6th March 1831, the son of Rosa Zammit and John Andrew Casper Strauss

Carl Frederic STRAUSS, aged 4 years, buried 4th December 1835

John Andrew Casper (Johann Andreas Caspar) STRAUSS, bachelor, from Friesland, married 24th June 1835, to Rosa ZAMMIT, spinster, of Casal Zurrico, Malta

John Gerard Theophilus STRAUSS, born 1th December 1832, the son of Rosina Zammit and John Andrew Caspar Strauss

John Gerard Theophilus STRAUSS, aged 3 years, buried 5th December 1835

Margaret STRAUSS, born 14th April 1834, the daughter of Rosa Zammit and John Andrew Casper Strauss

Margaret STRAUSS, buried 8th May 1835

Wilhelmina STRAUSS, buried 17th July 1837

Frances Maria Ademina STREET, aged 61 years, buried 22nd August 1856

William STREET, seaman, aged 26 years, buried 23rd March 1849

A. STREETER, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1861.

Alfred STREETER, aged 31 years, buried 25th October 1862

Meno Heinrich STRESOW, Freemason, one of the petitioners in 1815 for the establishment of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul

Manfred William STRETCH, aged 8 years, buried 26th August 1863

C.J. STRICKLAND, resident Malta, electoral list 1852

Edward STRICKLAND, living 3 Strada Forni, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Henry STRICKLAND, aged one year, buried 13th September 1861

John STROUD, Professor of English Literature at Malta University 1806 to

1808

Eliza STRUDGEWICK, aged 13 years, buried 24th July 1850

Alexandria Marie Dorothy STUART, born 2nd December 1888, the daughter of Ellen Emily Harris and William Stuart

J. STUART, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1873

Reverend James Robson STUART, living at Loggia, Paula, electoral list 1852

Sir Patrick STUART, Governor of Malta, 1843 to 1847. He was born in 1777, the second son of Lord Blantyre, and joined the army in 1793. From 1837 until 1843 he was Colonel of the 60th Regiment. He was sworn in as Governor of Malta on 13th July 1843 and held the post until he resigned in July 1847. In 1810 he married Catherine Henrietta RODNEY, and they had twelve children, six boys and six girls. He died in 1855

Peter STUART & Company, Merchants, at 12 Strada San Cristoforo, Valletta, in 1847

William STUART, arrived on the Frigate Madagascar, from Nauplia. Died 22nd November 1834, in the Lazaretto

Thomas STUMP, aged 33 years, bachelor, from Malmsbury, Wiltshire, Foreman of Wheelwrights, Ordnance Department, married 10th October 1812, to Margaret BLACKBURN, aged 22 years, spinster, from Sunderland, Durham, the daughter of Ellice and George Blackburn, Carpenter, HMS Trident

Mary SUDMAN, buried 2nd August 1825, aged 48 years

Arthur George SULLIVAN, born 17th December 1852, the son of Matilda Anne and John Joshua Sullivan

Dennis SULLIVAN, living 42 Strada Tonna, Sliema, 1895 Voters list

Frances Anne SULLIVAN, born 26th January 1857, the daughter of Matilda Anne and John Joshua Sullivan

Georgina SULLIVAN, died 6th October 1862, aged 26 years 9 months, the wife of John Sullivan, headmaster HM Dockyard School. Born 17th January 1836 in London

Herbert Watson SULLIVAN, born 13th May 1855, the son of Matilda Anne and John Joshua Sullivan

John SULLIVAN, born in Malta about 1829. Living in Manchester in 1851

John SULLIVAN, born in Malta about 1804. Living in Southwark, London, in 1851

John SULLIVAN, living at 198 Strada Reale, Valletta, electoral list 1852

John SULLIVAN, 21+, bachelor, born in London, the son of John and Mary Sullivan, Schoolmaster, HM Dockyard, married 11th October 1858 to, Georgina STRUTTON, 21+, spinster, born in Stoke Newington, London, the daughter of Thomas and Jane Strutton

John Joshua SULLIVAN, 21+, bachelor, born St.Margaret’s, Westminster, Organist at St.Paul’s Church, Valletta, the son of Dennis and Mary Sullivan, married 16th October 1851 to, Matilda Ann DEVERELL, 21+, spinster, born in Valletta, the daughter of Osmond Deverell

Patrick SULLIVAN, born in Malta about 1828. Living in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1851

Anthony SULTANA, born 2nd June 1844 in Malta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

April 1848, Bernardo SULTANA was found Guilty of the murder of Carlo Vella, on Gozo, and sentenced to death, but the Governor commuted the death sentence to life imprisonment with two chains on his legs

George James SUMMERS, born 23rd February 1820, the son of Martha and George Summers

T. SUMMERS, Boatswain, Naval Dockyard, in 1856

John SUMMERSON, aged 53 years, Master of the English Brig Aerial, buried 11th January 1851

Anthony SURTEES, aged 28 years, died in Quarantine, buried 26th March 1831

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

William SUTHERLAND, Policeman in HM Dockyard, December 1875, from Aberdeenshire

George SUTTON, aged 39 years, widower, the son of Isaac Sutton, married 27th December 1887to Mary Jane GILBERT, aged 35 years, spinster, the daughter of Richard Philip Gilbert

Thomas SUTTON, buried 17th January 1819, of Valletta

William George SUTTON, buried 2nd June 1854, aged 25 years

Henry SWALLOW, arrived on the Steamer Indus from Alexandria. Died 20th October 1848, in the Lazaretto

Charles Stebard SWANN, born 3rd December 1839, the son of Elizabeth ande Charles Swann, baptised 23rd April 1859

Maude SWANN, born 3rd January 1865, the daughter of Blanche and John Sackville Swann

Peter SWEENEY, aged 30 years, bachelor, the son of Peter Sweeney deceased, married 25th September 1899, to Luisa CARDINI, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Paolo Cardini

Edward SWEETMAN, Confectioner, at 60 Strada Forni, Valletta, in 1847. On electoral list 1852

Edward SWEETMAN, aged 78 years, buried 11th April 1859

Sarah SWEETMAN, buried 13th July 1855, aged 73 years, the wife of Edward Sweetman, had been a resident in Malta for around 40 years

John Cunningham SWIFT, 21+, bachelor, born in Whitby, Yorkshire, Ship’s Agent, the son of William and Mary Swift, married 25th April 1866 to, Elizabeth STREETER, 21+, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of Michael and Agatha Streeter

John Cunningham SWIFT, buried 10th April 1870

Stella Maria SWIFT, aged 30 years, spinster, recently arrived from Rome, the daughter of Godwin Swift, commonly called Viscount Carlingford, Gentleman deceased, married 22nd May 1880, to Achille POITET, aged 39 years, bachelor, Journalist, recently arrived from Rome, the son of Denys Poitet deceased

Ann Jane Bruce SWINHOE, the widow of Thomas Bruce Swinhoe, and only daughter of the late William Grant, of Elgin, North Britain, married 8th August 1870, to George COUSIN MD

Ann Jane SWINHOE, the widow of Thomas Bruce Swinhoe, born in Elgin, Scotland, the daughter of William and Jane GRANT, married 8th August 1870 to, George COUSIN MD, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, the son of Mary Anne and Gaspard Cousin

Caroline SWINHOE, died 20th October 1867, aged 2 years 7 months, from croup at Deesa. The daughter of Captain Charles Swinhoe, Executive Commissariat Officer

Edith Minnie Stock SWINHOE, born 14th October 1868, the daughter of Ann Jane and Thomas Bruce Swinhoe. Buried 5th January 1871, aged 2 years

Flora Jane Georgina SWINHOE, born 3rd July 1867, the daughter of Ann Jane and Thomas Bruce Swinhoe

Flora Jane Georgina SWINHOE, aged 18 years, spinster, of Strada Marsamuscetto, the daughter of Thomas Bruce Swinhoe, married 18th November 1885, to Alfred TRULOCK, aged 25 years, bachelor, Telegraph Clerk, the son of John Trulock, Merchant

Harry SWINHOE, died 22nd October 1867, aged 16 months, at Deesa. The son of Captain Charles Swinhoe, Executive Commissariat Officer

Thomas Bruce SWINHOE, 21+, bachelor, born in Calcutta, the son of Thomas and Jane Swinhoe, married 20th July 1863 to, Ann Jane GRANT, 21+, spinster, born in Elgin, Scotland, the daughter of William and Jane Grant

Thomas Bruce SWINHOE, aged 29 years, buried 2nd May 1869

William Bruce SWINHOE, born 21st April 1865 in Valletta, the son of Anne Jane and Thomas Bruce SWINHOE. Buried 7th May 1865, aged 15 days

Annie Grace Madeleine SYKES, born 12th October 1863, the daughter of Mary Grace and Charles Leslie Sykes

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