Gabriel WACHTER, from Meiningen, Germany, employed in the Commissariat Department, married 28th December 1815 to, Teresa NIZZARI, from Messina, Sicily

William Paul WADDY, aged 39 year s, Captain, Bengal Artillery, buried 23rd April 1860

Reverend George WAGNER, aged 39 years, buried 13th February 1857

J.L. WAGNER, buried 13th May 1820, aged 72 years, a native of Germany

Edward Emil Otto WAHL, aged 23 years, bachelor, the son of Emil Wahl deceased, married 15th December 1900, to Dora Bertha Maria Von ZECH, aged 44 years, spinster, the daughter of Victor von Zech deceased

Jane WADLEN, born about 1791 in Malta. Living in Lambeth, London, in 1851

Elizabeth WALDROPE, from Minorca, married 26th May 1853 to Charles CARLIN, Private, Royal Engineers, from Co.Down

Adelaide Maria Norah WALING, born 5th August 1831, the daughter of John and Sarah Wayling

Adelaide Maria Norah WALING, aged 17 months, the daughter of John and Sarah Waling, buried 10th February 1833

Charles William WALING, born 16th January 1835, the son of John and Sarah Waling

Eliza WALING, born 26th August 1827, the daughter of John and Sarah Waling, Sawyer in Naval Arsenal

Emma WALING, born 18th December 1814, the daughter of Sarah and John Waling

Emma WALING, minor, the daughter of Sarah and John Waling, with her Guardians consent, married 26th February 1832, to Robert MACKENZIE, 21+, bachelor, from Newcastle-on-Tyne, Boatswain HMS Meteor

George WALING, living at 22 Strada Nelson, Cospicua, electoral list 1852

Harriet Melita WALING, buried 18th May 1830, aged 6 years, the daughter of John Waling, HM Dockyard

Isabella WALING, 21+, spinster, the daughter of John Waling, from Barking, Essex, now employed in HM Dockyard, married 27th June 1831, to Thomas Forter ELLIOTT, 21+, bachelor, of South Shields, Boatswain, HMS Philomel

Jemima WALING, born 24th November 1829, the daughter of John and Sarah Waling, Sawyer in Naval Arsenal

Jemima WALING, aged 2 years, the daughter of Sarah and John Waling, buried 14th August 1831

John WALING, aged 54 years, Pensioner from HM Dockyard, buried 4th May 1842

Maria Evelina WALING, born 15th March 1833, the daughter of Sarah and John Waling

Maria Evelina WALING, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of John and Sarah Waling, married 28th July 1852 to, Jonathan FAULKNER, 21+, bachelor, born in Portsea, Steward, HMS Medusa, the son of Jonathan and Harriet Faulkner

Maria WALING, 21+, spinter, born in Malta, the daughter of John and Sarah Waling, married 21st March 1864 to, Charles DAWSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Liverpool, Engineer, HM Dockyard, the son of John and Eliza Dawson

Martha Jane WALING, aged 17 years, buried 1st July 1840

Thomas WALING, born 17th February 1819, the son of Sarah and John Waling, Sawyer in Naval Arsenal

Augusta WALKER, died 14th February 1902, the wife of George Walker

Augusta Ann WALKER, born 18th December 1858, the daughter of Augusta and George Walker

Charles WALKER, Mate, 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 3 broken ribs and several contusions. An investigation found that during the voyage some barrels were broken and some gunpowder leaked onto the floor of the hold

Crichton WALKER, aged 23 years, bachelor, fromn Glasgow, married 12th January 1866 to, Jane GRAY, aged 19 years, spinster, from Glasgow

E.H. WALKER, his wife gave birth to a daughter January 1870, at Cagliari, Sardinia, HBM Consul

Emily Louisa WALKER, born 5th December 1860, the daughter of Augusta and George Walker. Buried 20th January 1865, aged 4 years

Reverend Francis H. WALKER, died 18th April 1870, from dysentery, aged 26 years, at Palermo. The son of Sir James Walker

Frances Mary WALKER, born 7th March 1862, the daughter of Augusta and George Walker

George WALKER and Rema Pace, started a company of Export & Import Merchants, in 1870, in Strada Mercanti, Valletta

George WALKER, died 2nd November 1875, aged 52 years, born in England, Merchant

George WALKER, aged 29 years, bachelor, Merchant, the son of George Walker, Iron founder, married 27th November 1886 to, Jean Hilson RENWICH, aged 24 years, spinster, Valletta, the daughter of Charles Kerr Renwich, Chief Engineer Royal Navy

Georgina Elizabeth WALKER, born 28th December 1863, the daughter of Augusta and George Walker

Henry George WALKER, born 22nd September 1866, the son of Augusta and George Walker, Merchant, 48 Strada Vescovo, Valletta. Baptised 2nd July 1881

Isabella Christina WALKER, born 2nd November 1857, the daughter of Augusta and George Walker

John WALKER, born in Malta about 1824. Living in Liverpool in 1851

Dr J. WALKER in Malta summer of 1800, involved in vaccination of British and Maltese against smallpox epidemic. Went with Sir Ralph Abercrombie’s expedition to Egypt in December 1800. Returned to England 1802

Margherita St.Clair WALKER, died 10th January 1870 at Cagliari, Sardinia, the infant daughter of E.H. Walker, HBM Consul at Cagliari

William WALKER, Shipwright, working in HM Dockyard, May 1804

William Robert WALKER, born 21st April 1869, the son of Augusta and George Walker, Merchant, 48 Strada Vescovo, Valletta. Baptised 2nd July 1881

John Whitmore WALL, Fellow of New College, Oxford, buried 24th May 1833

Helen Annie WALLACE, born 13th March 1869, the daughter of John Robert and Dinah Euphene Wallace

Robert WALLER, died 11 February 1860, aged 53 years, Merchant. From Ireland.

Frances Mary WALLIS, born 2nd September 1822, the daughter of Frances and Edmund Wallis

Stella Edwina WALLIS, baptised 10th April 1825, the daughter of Frances and Edmund Hilary Mariano Wallis. Captain in the Merchant Service

William WALLS, seaman, aged 23 years, buried 28th December 1855

Charles WALSH, aged 29 years, bachelor, of Tenerife, Clerk, Commissariat of Accounts, married 27th June 1812, to Mary STEPHENSON, aged 32 years, spinster, of St.Hilda, Durham, the daughter of Robert and Catherine Stephenson

Eliot WALTER, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Maria Cooper WALTER, died at Sliema 11th March 1866, aged 31 years, the wife of Thomas Walter, of Surbiton Hill, Surrey. The youngest daughter of Captain Radcliffe, Royal Navy

Mary WALTER, aged 27 years, spinster, from Marylebone, London, married 18th April 1824, to William Henry PORTER, aged 23 years, bachelor of Deptford, Kent, Shipwright in the Naval Arsenal

Sarah WANELL, born 9th May 1819, the daughter of Sarah and John Wanell, Shipwright in the Naval Arsenal

Mr. WARD, Superintendent of Grain Department, lived at 85 Strada Vescovo, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Anne WARD, aged 60 years, buried 14th December 1835

Edward Lindsay WARD, born 5th November 1822, the son of Elizabeth and George Ward

Elizabeth Georgiana WARD, aged 7 years 10 months, buried 31st May 1865

Fanny WARD, born in Malta about 1842. Living in East Dereham, Norfolk, in 1851

Georgiana WARD, born in Malta about 1824. Married. Living in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

George WARD, Deputy Paymaster General, married 2nd May 1818 to, Elizabeth LANDER, from Poole, Dorset

George WARD, died 15th August 1859 in the Dardanelles, Turkey. Retired Deputy Paymaster General. For many years Superintendent of the Government Grain Department at Malta and subsequently Collector of Land Revenue at Corfu

George Allan Dudley WARD, Purveyor of Military Hospitals Department, married 1st September 1862, at San Lorenzo Church, Vittoriosa, to Giuseppina FERNANDES, the youngest daughter of Giovanni Fernandes, Navy Victualling Department

Harriet WARD, born in Malta about 1809. Married. Living in Winkfield, Berkshire, in 1851

Reverend James WARD, buried 25th May 1844, aged 30 years

James WARD, resident Malta, electoral list 1856

Jane WARD, aged 6 months, the daughter of Lucas Ward, Clerk to the Purveyor to the Forces, buried 4th July 1826

Jane WARD, aged 23 years, buried 10th May 1854

Louisa Campbell WARD, born 25th December 1824, the daughter of George and Elizabeth Ward. Living in Lincoln in 1851

Lucas WARD, aged 3 years, the son of Lucas Ward, Purveyor's Clerk, buried 26th November 1827

Lucas WARD, Clerk, Military Medical Department in 1847. On electoral list 1853

Margaret Kaletsa WARD, born 28th February 1831, the daugthter of Elizabeth and George Ward

Matthew J. WARD, died Sunday 3rd November 1833, aged 49 years

Patrick WARD, arrived on the Caledonia, from Calamatta. Died 20th July 1835, in the Lazaretto, from chronic head infection

Thomas WARE, born in Malta about 1823. Living in Chatham, Kent, in 1851

Edgar Joseph WARDLE, aged 32 years, bachelor, the son of Joseph Wardle, married 8th March 1892, to Zoe MOORE, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Noel Temple Moore, HM Consul General Tripoli

Catherine Elicia Jenny WARNER, born 24th July 1827, the daughter of George and Catherine Warner

Elizabeth WARNER, born in Malta about 1809. Married. Living in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, in 1851

J.J. WARNOCK, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1895

Catherine Elicia Jenny WARREN, born 24th July 1827, the daughter of Catherine and George Warren

John Same WARREN, married 16th February 1888, to Emma MOLE, in Valletta

Annette Diana WARRINGTON, born 5th March 1854, the daughter of Elizabeth Harriet and Henry William Varley Warrington

Annette Diana WARRINGTON, 21+, married 24th November 1875, to Alphionso de Conti PREZIOSI, 21+, the son of Conti Giuseppe Preziosi

William WARRINGTON, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Thomas Lowndes WASHINGTON, Freemason, First Master of The Waller Rodwell Wright Lodge 1899. Deputy District Grand Master in 1905. Second District Grand Principal 1905 and each following year up to his death in 1915

John WATERS, born 26th September 1860. Employed as an assistant teacher 1877 to 1882, when he went to England and studied at the Teachers Training College in Hammersmith. He returned to Malta at the end of 1882, and took the position of a schoolteacher in Lija

George WATKINS, died 4th May 1870, in Smyrna

WATSON & Company, Bookseller, at 241 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847

Mrs. WATSON of St.Julians, died 27th August 1836, at the residence of her brother in Preston, Lancashire, the daughter of the late John Pilkington of The Willows, Lancashire

Ann WATSON, born 7th October 1820, the daughter of Sophia and Edward Watson

Donald Alexander WATSON, aged 9 months, buried 30th July 1840

Edward WATSON, aged 32 years, widower, the son of John and Elizabeth Watson, of Edenham, Lincolnshire, married 28th July 1827, to Susannah SMITH, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Elias and Ann Smith, of Durham

Edward WATSON, buried 17th March 1840

Elizabeth Mary WATSON, 21+, spinster, born in Burton, Lincolnshire, the daughter of Edward and Sophia Watson, married 9th February 1847 to, Ignazio POMPEIANO, 21+, bachelor, born in Messina, Sicily, the son of Giuseppe and Paola Pompeiano

Elizabeth WATSON, born in Malta about 1814. Married. In 1851 living in Painshaw, Durham

Emma Jane WATSON, born 6th December 1858, the daughter of Caroline and William Watson

Emma Jane WATSON, buried 7th December 1858

James WATSON, 21+, bachelor, from Stamford, Lincolnshire, married 6th December 1826, to Sarah CHAMBERS, minor, spinster, the daughter of Mary and Private Thomas Chambers, formerly 2nd Battalion 27th Regiment. Her guardian was Edmund Starkie, Apothecary to the Forces

James WATSON, buried 28th February 1828, aged 35 years

James WATSON, born 3rd August 1868, the son of David and Jane Watson, nee STEVENSON, Engineer, Gas Works

James WATSON, aged one year, buried 26th July 1869

John WATSON, born 10th March 1822, the son of Sophia and Edward Watson

John WATSON, buried 16th July 1838, aged 35 years

John WATSON, died 2nd July 1848, aged 72 years. Formerly a merchant had resided in Malta for 42 years. He left seven sons and one daughter

John WATSON, born 16th July 1866, the son of James David and Jane Watson, nee STEVENSON, Manager, Valletta Gas Works

Josephina Mary Elizabeth WATSON, born 4th October 1820, the daughter of Elizabeth and John Watson

Julian A. WATSON, the son of John Watson, of Malta, married on 28th March 1846, at the British Embassy, Constantinople, by the Reverend J.Bennett, to Mary Catherine STEPHENS, the youngest daughter of the late Edward Stephens of Liverpool

Julian A. WATSON, died 10th March 1863, at Constantinople, formerly at Malta, aged 50 years

Margaret WATSON, died 3rd January 1843, aged 23 years, the wife of Mr. Watson, Director of infant school

Mary Josephine WATSON, aged 24 years, spinster, born Calcutta, the daughter of Octavino Peter Lowe Watson, married 11th February 1879, to William Henry MARTIN, aged 39 years, widower, born Dinapore, East Indies, the son of Thomas Derisly Martin, Paymaster, Royal Navy

Octavius Peter Lowe WATSON, born 26th November 1818, the son of Elizabeth and John Watson

Octavius Peter Lowe WATSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, the son of John and Elizabeth Watson, married 21st July 1846 to, Matilda BALBI, spinster, the daughter of Giuseppe and Vincenza Balbi of Malta

Samuel WATSON, born in Malta about 1817. In 1851 living in Bowling, Yorkshire

Selina WATSON, born 2nd February 1857, the daughter of Caroline and William Watson. Buried 11th February 1857, aged 8 days

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

Susanna WATSON, buried 11th April 1839, aged 52 years

Teresa S. Myers WATSON, died 5th June 1843, aged 23 years, leaving a husband and two infant children

William WATSON, of Galatz, the eldest son of the late J.A. Watson, married December 1869 at the British Embassy Chapel, Pera, to Mary MORTON, the eldest daughter of T.B. Morton

W. WATSON, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1878. Deputy District Grand Master in 1882. Master of the Zetland Lodge 1885. Second District Grand Principal 1888

Walter Christopher WATSON, died 17th April 1880, aged 46 years. The third son of William George Watson, of Chigwell, Essex

William WATSON, buried 20th April 1841, aged 21 years, from Scotland

William WATSON, 21+, widower, born Durham, the son of Mary and Christopher Watson of Durham, married 25th June 1844 to, Caroline SAMPSON, spinster, minor, the daughter of Esther and Nicholas Sampson, of Teignmouth, Devon

William WATSON, Teacher at Malta Infant School, Strada Scozzese in 1847. Living at 8 Strada Scozzese, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Dr. William C. WATT, appointed Deputy Medical Inspector of Hospitals and Fleets, 25th March 1843

William C. WATT MD, died on Sunday 20th August 1848, after a short illness, at his residence in Bighi. He was Deputy Inspector of Royal Naval Hospitals. He was buried alongside his only sister, and was the last survivor of a numerous family

Isabella WATTERS, aged 32 years, spinster, married 26th April 1899, to John Henry JAMES, aged 41 years, widower, Fitter, HM Dockyard

Elizabeth WATTS, Died 21st February 1858

Hannah L. WATTS, born in Malta about 1813. Working as a Servant in West Chiltington, Sussex, in 1851

John WATTS, died 5th May 1851, aged 48 years, the mate on board the English brig Crown, from Newcastle. He fell from the yard arm to the deck, and broke both his thighs, plus other injuries. Although he was taken to hospital he died a few hours later

M. WATTS, resident Malta, electoral list 1852

Phineas WATTS, buried 14th May 1825, aged about 23 years, Mariner

William WATTS, born in Malta about 1830. Living in South Molton, Devon, in 1851

William WATTS, born 23rd July 1826, the son of George and Mary Ann Watts

John WAUGH, 21+, bachelor, from Edinburgh, married 19th October 1837, to Eliza CARPENTER, minor, spinster, the daughter of William Farrer Carpenter, from Walworth, Surrey, with her parents consent

Maria Chattock WAY, died 18th April 1891, aged 29 years

James William WAYE, Master of the schooner 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

Reverend Edward Foskett WAYNE, Chaplain at Holy Trinity, Sliema, 1871 to 1877. Son of Reverend William Henry Wayne, of Much Wenlock Shropshire

Edward Foskett WAYNE, of Monmouthshire, the Rector of Torwood, married at the English Church in Rome on 12th May 1880, to Mary Louisa HARNAGE, of Dean's Yard, Westminster, the only child of the late Edward Harnage

Alexander WEALE, born about 1842 in Malta. Living in Hackney, London, in 1851

William WEALE, widower, born Brecknock, Wales, lately from Corfu, married 16th June 1846 to, Caroline FLACK, 21+, spinster, born in Corfu, the daughter of John and Susanna Flack

Richard WEARING, 21+, widower, born in Stoke Climsland, Cornwall, Police Force HM Dockyard, the son of Henry and Mary Wearing, married 17th December 1862 to, Elizabeth STEPHENS, 21+, widow, born in Cornwall, the daughter of William and Mary DAW

Charles WEBB, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

George WEBB, 21+, bachelor, born in Portsmouth, the son of Richard and Elizabeth Webb, married 6th December 1856 to, Amelia LEWIS, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Susannah and the late William Lewis

John WEBB, of the brig William stood trial for Piracy, January 1820. Found Guilty and hung 4th February 1820

Mary WEBB, born in Malta about 1824. Living in Castle Cary, Somerset, in 1851

John WEBSTER, aged 27 years, Engineer, buried 25th November 1858

John WEBSTER, died 15th February 1865, aged 51 years, Carpenter, from Newcastle

John WEBSTER, 21+, bachelor, of Montrose, Scotland, Merchant, married 6th September 1865 to, Henrietta Catherine THOMAS, 21+, spinster, of Bath, Somerset

Reverend Joseph WEBSTER, Methodist Minister in 1879

Julia Ann WEBB, born in Malta about 1828. Married. Living in Shropshire in 1851

Dr.Thomas Pyne WEEKES, arrived on the French Steamer Dante, from Constantinople. Died 21st March 1840, in the Lazaretto, from dysentery. President of the Medical Board, Bombay

L. WEEKS, died 23rd November 1840, arrived on the HM Asia, from Beirut. Died in the Lazaretto

Mary WEEKS, aged 10 days, buried 4th July 1856

Richard WEEKS, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Richard B. WEEKS, of Walkhampton, Devon, buried 9th August 1850

Hugh WEIR, aged 45 years, Engineer, English Steamer Columbian, buried 2nd April 1856

Louisa Abigail WEIR, the wife of Archibald Weir, Assistant Surgeon, aged 23 years, buried 29th April 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

Mrs. WEISBECKER, opened a seminary for young ladies in September 1835

Mrs. WEISBECKER, gives piano lessons at her residence, or at the client’s home. Terms Moderate. July 1836

Charles E. WEISS, born 15th June 1841, the son of Margaretta and John Matthew Weiss

Charles Emmanuel WEISS, buried 5th January 1843, aged 18 months

Emmanuel WEISS, born 12th October 1830, the son of Margaretta and John Matthew Weiss, both from Basle, Switzerland

Henry Matthew WEISS, born 8th August 1834, the son of Margaretta and John Matthew Weiss

Margaretta WEISS, born 21st May 1832, the daughter of Matthew and Margaretta Weiss

Margaret WEISS, buried 20th May 1842, aged 41 years

Mary Caroline WEISS, born 9th August 1838, the daughter of Margaretta and John Matthew Weiss

Melita WEISS, born 6th July 1836, the daughter of Matthew and Margaretta Weiss

Theophilus WEISS, buried 10th September 1829, the infant son of Matthew and Margaret Weiss from Basle, Switzerland

Mrs. Fleada Louisa WELLES, aged 39 years, Lodging House Keeper, the widow of the late Charles Woloron Welles, of Richmond, Surrey, married 24th October 1898 to, Charles Rowland ROBINSON, aged 29 years, bachelor, Grocer, of Bury St.Edmunds, Suffolk, the youngest son of the late Joseph Robinson

Richard WELLESLEY, aged 38 years, buried 20th May 1861

George WELLING, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Peter Thomas Hutton WELLINGS, born 21st October 1831, the son of Jane and Richard Wellings

William WELLINGTON, living at 75 Strada Sirene, Senglea, electoral list 1852

Caroline WELLS, born in Malta about 1819. Married. Living in Chatham, Kent, in 1851

Frances Judith WELLS, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Richard Wells, married 7th December 1887, to George Albert Nibbs Lockyer NIBBS, aged 39 years, widower, Writer, HM Dockyard, the son of John James Lockyer Nibbs

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

Rose Sophia WELLS, born 27th August 1854, the daughter of Samuel Wells and Adelaide Quitelow

Samuel Robert WELLS, born 29th June 1846, the son of Samuel Wells and Adelaide Quitelow

Susan WELLS, born in Malta about 1822. Married. Living in Guildford, Surrey, in 1851

Victoria Christianna WELLS, born 1st August 1841, the daughter of Samuel

Wells and Adelaide Quitelow

John WELSH, living 20 Strada Bastione, Senglea, electoral list 1852

R. WERRING, HM Dockyard Police, October 1857

Eliza Clara WERRY, 21+, spinster, born in Smyrna, the daughter of Francis Howe Stephen and Jeanette Werry, married 27th November 1869 to,

Walter HOPE, 21+, bachelor, born in Poplar, London, Merchant, the son of Robert Valentine and Alice Hope

Augustus WERRY MD, married 27th April 1869 at Smyrna, to Fanny La FONTAINE, the daughter of Frederick La Fontaine, Director Imperial Ottoman Bank

Francis Howe Stephen WERRY, 21+, widower, born in Smyrna, late Vice Consul at Tunis, the son of Nathaniel William Werry, married 19th November 1869 to, Teodora FITENI, 21+, spinster, born in Bengazi, the daughter of Giovanni and Paula Fiteni

Francis Howe Stephen WERRY, died 1st September 1888, aged 78 years. Late British Vice Consul in Tunis

Jennette WERRY, nee REDDISH, died 12th October 1862 at the residence of James F. Hanson, at Smyrna, the wife of F.H.S. Werry, aged 51 years

Ludovic WERTH, born 18th April 1835 in Valletta, became naturalised French citizen in North Africa

Florence Susannah WEST, born 31st October 1873 in Valletta. In 1881 she was living with her mother Caroline West, three sisters and one brother, in Woolwich, Kent. She died 2nd June 1939

Hartwell WEST, born in Malta about 1807. Living in Northfleet, Kent, in 1851

Jane WEST, born in Malta about 1834. Working as a Servant in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in 1851

Joseph WEST, born 1852. In 1881 he was married, and a sailor. lodging in Llandaff, Wales

Robert WEST, born in 1801. In 1881 a widower and a Pauper in the Strand Union Workhouse, Edmonton, North London

R. WESTROP, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1878

Ellen Elizabeth WESTRUP, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Richard Westrup, married 7th December 1878, to Thomas JENKIN, 21+, widower, of Truro, Cornwall, the son of Thomas Jenkin, Dentist

Richard WESTRUP, 21+, bachelor, born High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, the son of Richard and Mary Westrup, married 31st October 1844 to, Elizabeth Frances Browse GAUNTLETT, 21+, spinster, born Portsmouth, Hampshire, the daughter of Elizabeth and George Gauntlett

Richard WESTRUP, died 13th August 1850 from typhus following cholera, a baker of Valletta, aged 32 years. He left a widow and three children

Caesar Augustus WETTINGER, born 30th December 1854. Held the position of Assistant Storekeeper in the Customs Department in 1883

Giuseppe WETTINGER, Professor of Mathematics and Physics at Malta University, 1865

Amelia WEYMOUTH, born 9th January 1824, the daughter of Jane and Frederick Weymouth. The twin sister of Eliza

Caroline WEYMOUTH, born 8th October 1820, the daughter of Jane and Frederick Weymouth

Eliza WEYMOUTH, born 9th January 1824, the daughter of Jane and Frederick Weymouth. The twin sister ofAmelia

Eliza WEYMOUTH, buried 13th May 1824, aged 4 months, the daughter of Frederick Weymouth

Mary WHATLE, born about 1833 in Malta. Living in Newark in 1851

John Alexander WHEATLEY, born 25th October 1826, the son of Samuel and Anne Wheatley. In 1851 living in Whittington, Derbyshire

Samuel WHEATLEY, 21+, bachelor, from Cossall, Nottinghamshire, married 1st January 1825, to Anne AGAR, 21+, spinster

David WHELAN, born 9th January 1821, the son of John and Sarah Whelan, Sawyer in the Naval Arsenal

George Abraham WHELAN, born 17th April 1822, the son of John and Sarah Whelan, Sawyer in the Naval Arsenal

Martha Jane WHELAN, born 12th December 1825, the daughter of John and Sarah Whelan, Sawyer in the Naval Arsenal

Patrick WHELAN, arrived on the Princess Charlotte, from Besika Bay. Fell overboard, arrived dead. Buried 9th November 1838, in the Lazaretto,

George WHELPDALE, 21+, bachelor, born in Bethnal Green, London, Policeman in HM Dockyard, the son of John and Martha Whelpdale, married 9th October 1862 to, Emma CUTT, 21+, spinster, born in Woolwich, Kent, the daughter of James and Anna Cutt

Aloisa Annetta WHITAKER, full age, the widow of Joseph Whitaker, living in Strada Zecca, Valletta, the daughter of Thomas CORLETT, Merchant, married 17th September 1885, to William HARDMAN, full age, bachelor, Merchant, of Strada Cristoforo, Valletta, the son of Thomas Hardman

Caroline WHITAKER, the youngest daughter of Joseph Whitaker of Palermo, married 10th September 1864 at Palermo, Sicily, to Ewan CHRISTIAN, a Banker resident in Alexandria, Egypt

Charles John WHITAKER, born 22nd December 1849, the son of Martha and William Stratton Whitaker, Royal Engineers Department

Joseph WHITAKER, 21+, bachelor, born in Batley, Yorkshire, the son of John and Hannah Whitaker, married 25th June 1863 to, Aloisa Annetta CORLETT, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett

Joshua WHITAKER, aged 32 years, bachelor, Wine merchant, the son of Joseph Whitaker, Wine merchant, married 4th June 1881, to Euphrosyne MANUEL, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of Frances and the late Alexander Basilio Manuel, Merchant

William Ingham WHITAKER, his wife gave birth to a daughter 17th February 1870, at Palermo

William J. WHITAKER, resident Malta, electoral list 1856

W.S. WHITAKER, Clerk of Works, Engineers Department 1851

Ann WHITE, born about 1848 in Malta. In 1851 living in Leicester

Eleanor Katherine WHITE, born 13th December 1868, the daughter of Elizabeth Martin and George Russell Holt White

Frederick WHITE, seaman, aged 55 years, buried 4th September 1855

Henry WHITE, aged 14 years, buried 24th September 1864

Reverend Henry WHITE, Chaplain of St.Pauls Anglican Church, Valletta, 1877 to 1878

Kathleen Emma WHITE, born 7th July 1892, the daughter of William Bartlett and Mary Elizabeth White, Wine Merchant

Mary Anne WHITE, buried 10th January 1841, aged 30 years

Ralph WHITE, the son of Mary Elizabeth and William Bartlett White, Wine Merchant, baptised 12th February 1887

Rhoda WHITE, born in Malta about 1836. Living in Kensington, London, in 1851

Robert WHITE, died 25th January 1857, aged 24 years, of English brig Flirt of Padstow, Samuel Harding, Master. Whilst going on board lost his footing and fell into the sea. His body was later recovered

Robert WHITE, aged 42 years, seaman, buried 11th June 1868

Thomas WHITE, aged 63 years, buried 14th September 1832

William WHITE, the youngest nephew of Edward Sweetman, married 24th June 1856 to, Lucy SKINNER, the eldest daughter of the late James and Elizabeth Skinner, Confectioners of Dawlish, Devon

W.B. WHITE, established in 1892, Wholesale Wine and Spirit merchant, at 32 Strada Mezzodi, Valletta

A.S.V. WHITEHEAD, Freemason, Master of The Union of Malta Lodge 1895

Isabella WHITEHEAD, born in Malta about1818. Living in Dawdon, Durham, in 1851

Thomas WHITEHEAD, aged 31 years, seaman, buried 16th March 1857

James WHITELAKE, alias WHILLOCH, aged 31 years, buried 23rd January 1865

Stephen WHITELOCK, seaman, of the brig Mary, buried 21st February 1841

John WHITLAND, buried 1st April 1839

William Maurice WHITLEY, died 27th December 1836, of Liverpool, aged 26 years

Adelaide Sarah WHITMARSH, born 20th March 1839, the daughter of John and Mary Whitmarsh, Dispenser, R.N. Hospital. In 1851 living in Greenwich, Kent

Fanny Elizabeth WHITMARSH, born 7th January 1838, the daughter of John and Mary Whitmarsh. Dispenser, R.N. Hospital

John WHITMARSH, Apothecary and Medical Store Keeper at Bighi R.N. Hospital, 1837. From Weymouth. He married a widow, Mrs. Mary GULIVER who already had two sons

John Robert Rowland WHITMARSH, born 22nd May 1843, the son of Mary and John Whitmarsh

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

Mary Jane Emily Liddell WHITMARSH, born 22nd January 1836, the daughter of John and Mary Whitmarsh, Dispenser, R.N. Hospital. In 1851 living in Greenwich, Kent

Edmund Augustus WHITMORE, born in Malta bout 1820. In 1851 living in Walmer, Kent

Emily Octavia WHITMORE, born in Malta about 1813. Living in Charlton, Kent, in 1851

Mary WHITMORE, the cousin of Sir George Whitmore, married Reverend M. LAING. She came from Dudmaston. Arrived in Malta end of 1811

William Goodwill WHITTINGHAM, born in South Shields in 1864, the son of Margaret and Thomas Whittingham. His father was a Captain in merchant marine. In 1871 the family were living at 22 John Street, Westoe, South Shields. Seaman, died 6th January 1887 aged 23 years

George Henrick WICKELS, aged 84 years, buried 14th March 1864

George WICKELS, born in Malta about 1829. In 1851 living in Liverpool

Montagu Hill WICKHAM, born 22nd October 1878, the son of Eugene Ersilia and Edmund Hill Wickham

Reverend Hill Dawe WICKHAM. Ordained in 1832 by the Bishop of Bath and Wells. He was the seventh member of his family to be the Rector of Horsington, Somerset, they had held this living since 1686. He was the author of ‘Facts from Frome’, ‘Life and Correspondence of the Reverend Dr. Whalley’ and ‘Historical Sketch of Italian Vaudois’ for which he received a Gold Medal from King Frederick William IV of Prussia. He died aged 66 years, on 24th December 1874 in Valletta.

William WICKLAND, aged 19 years, seaman, buried 3rd August 1847

Martha WICKMAN, aged 30 years, buried 18th October 1865

Benjamin WILCOCK, of the brig William stood trial for Piracy, January 1820. Found Guilty and hung 4th February 1820

Henry Joseph WILD, living at 30 Strada Mezzodi, Valletta, electoral list 1852

John Devine WILDE, aged 27 years, bachelor, Telegraphist, the son of James Wilde, married 28th September 1884, to Jane SLY, aged 28 years, spinster, the daughter of William Sly

Alexander WILKIE, arrived on the Turkish Steam Frigate Muckbirisurur, from Constantinople. Died 11th August 1852, in the Lazaretto, from apoplexy. Scotsman, aged 38 years

Adelaide Jane Winny WILKINSON, born 10th November 1825, the daughter of Caroline and James Wilkinson

Ann WILKINSON, married 10th August 1819, to Francis WADE, Sergeant, 10th Regiment

Charles Nelson WILKINSON, born 6th December 1818, the son of Caroline and James Wilkinson, Agent Victualler to the Navy

Elizabeth WILKINSON, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of Elizabeth and Isaac Wilkinson, of Portsmouth, Hampshire, employed HM Naval Arsenal, married 28th July 1823, to John RUSSELL, aged 23 years, bachelor, of Glasgow, employed in Naval Hospital

Ellen Christian WILKINSON, died 4th September 1854, aged 23 years

Helena WILKINSON, the youngest daughter of Richard Wilkinson, British Consul, married 28th June 1845, at British Consulate, Syra, to James McCRAITH MD, HMS Bonetta

Henry B. WILKINSON, born in Malta about 1817. Living in Lambeth, London, in 1851

Isaac WILKINSON, buried 19th December 1826, aged 73 years, Royal Navy pensioner. 1807 – 1823 Boatswain HM Dockyard.

James Freeling WILKINSON, born 25th September 1820, the son of James and Caroline Wilkinson, Agent Victualler

Mrs. WILKINSON, died 22nd March 1830, aged 70 years, the widow of Isaac Wilkinson, HM Dockyard

Louisa WILKINSON, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth Wilkinson, of Portsmouth, Hampshire, resident Burmola, married 2nd October 1825, to Nelson ELLIOTT, aged 21 +, bachelor, of Deal, Kent, Master HMS Weazle, at anchor in harbour

Mary WILKINSON, died 20th September 1804, the wife of Benjamin Wilkinson.

William WILKINSON, born in Malta about 1842. Living in Radford, Nottinghamshire, in 1851

William WILKINSON, died 6th November 1840, arrived on the Steamer Cyclops from Beirut. Died in the Lazaretto

William WILKINSON, died 5th September 1842, aged 19 years

William WILLARD, living at 58 Strada San Maria, Sliema, 1895 Voters list

Alfred WILLIAMS, aged 19 months, buried 19th September 1853

Anne WILLIAMS, born 22nd August 1855, the daughter of Elizabeth and John William

B.J. WILLIAMS, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Edward WILLIAMS, aged 50 years, passenger on P.&.O. Steamer Poonah, died in the Lazaretto, buried 8th August 1866

Edwin Hunt WILLIAMS, bachelor, married 3rd March 1860 to, Hannah Rebekah OLDLAND, spinster

Edwin Hunt WILLIAMS, 21+, widower, born in Eythorne, Kent, the son of Richard and Mary Williams, married 16th October 1865 to, Maria VLACHO, 21+, widow, born in Bethnal Green, London, the daughter of Richard and Mary Fraser Vlacho

Mrs. E.H. WILLIAMS, of Malta, died 1st March 1862 at her brother’s residence in London, aged 23 years

Emma Maria WILLIAMS, born 18th January 1843, the daughter of Mary Ann and John Williams

James WILLIAMS, buried 22nd December 1838, arrived on the Sloop Dido from Basika Bay. Died on board. Buried in the Lazaretto

John WILLIAMS, died 22nd May 1802, from consumption, in the General Military Hospital, Valletta

John WILLIAMS, aged 34 years, seaman, buried 15th July 1859

John WILLIAMS, buried 22nd March 1860, sailor of English schooner Challenger, drowned. His body was caught in fishing nets in Grand Harbour near the Customs House, on 20th March 1860

John Grove WILLIAMS, aged 26 years, Master of the English barque Mysore, buried 30th August 1858

Katherine WILLIAMS, aged 78 years, the wife of John Williams, late Ordnance Department, buried 20th June 1833

Marco WILLIAMS, aged 34 years, buried 8th December 1864

Margaret WILLIAMS, born in Malta about 1812. Married. Living in Deptford, Kent, in 1851

 Thomas Lawton WILLIAMS, born in Malta about 1827. Living in Everton, Lancashire, in 1851

Thomas WILLIAMS, died 26th June 1834, aged 21 years, arrived on the Brig Euphemus, from England. Drowned. Buried in the Lazaretto

Thomas WILLIAMS, 21+, bachelor, born in Wellington, Cheshire, Civil Engineer, the son of Thomas and Mary Williams, married 15th August 1855 to, Giovanna DAY, 21+, the widow of William Day, born in Malta, the daughter of Gaetano and Generosa SANT CASSIA

Thomas WILLIAMS, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Hedworth John Cecil George Lewis Gordon WILLIAMSON, born 18th October 1845, the son of Margaret Grace and Robert Hudlestone Williamson, of Madras Civil Service

James WILLIAMSON, aged 30 years, Fireman, on the English Steamer Alhambra, buried 19th November 1855

Thomas WILLIAMSON, Fireman on the English Steamer City of Washington, buried 7th April 1856

Elizabeth WILLINGTON, born in Malta about 1826. Living in Alverstoke, Hampshire, in 1851

Eleanor Mary WILLIS, born 29th December 1820, the daughter of Mary and Richard Willis

John Thomas WILLIS, born 13th October 1819, the son of Mary and Richard Willis

John WILLIS, buried 7th July 1820, aged 9 months

Richard WILLIS, from Middlesex, married 21st May 1817 to, Mary AUSTIN, from Berkshire

William WILLIS, died 27th July 1835, arrived on HM Caledonia, from

Calamatta. Died in the Lazaretto, from fever

Harriet WILMOT, buried 2nd April 1830, aged 22 years

Ralph WILMOTT, 21+, bachelor, born in Meuden, Wiltshire, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of John and Harriett Wilmott

Sarah Elisabette WILMOTT, died 26th September 1888 in Valletta, the wife of E.A. Willmott

Isaac WILSON, aged 24 years, seaman, buried 26th July 1855

Charles WILSON, born in Malta about 1821. Working as a Schoolmaster and living in Shepton Mallet, Somerset, in 1851

Charles WILSON, died 16th June 1858, aged 19 years, apprentice on English barque Brougham of London, found drowned in Merchants Creek

D.C. WILSON, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1883

Elizabeth WILSON, aged 50 years, buried 18th December 1844

Emily Barbara WILSON, born 14th January 1835, the son of Jane and James Wilson

Emily WILSON, 25 years, widow, born Malta, the daughter of Caroline and John COLEIRO, married 25th July 1872, to Samuel COOPER, 21+, bachelor, of Leith, Scotland, the son of Samuel and Julia Cooper, Corporal, Royal Artillery

Frederick WILSON, born in Malta about 1829. Living in Shoreditch, London, in 1851

Reverend George WILSON, granted a licence to open a school 30th October 1843,

Reverend George WILSON, Free Church of Scotland, teacher in 1847

George WILSON, living 31 Strada Mezzodi, Valletta, electoral list 1852

Isaac WILSON, died 30th April 1863, aged 31 years. From Dublin. Barrister

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

James WILSON, 21+, bachelor, from Portsea, Hampshire, married 14th February 1833, to Jane BLYTH, minor, daughter of James Blythe, Shipwright HM Dockyard, with her parents consent

James Blyth WILSON, born 16th February 1840, the son of Jane and James Wilson

James John WILSON, died 25th April 1848 in his lodgings, aged 40 years, Captain of English barque Hartley, of pulmonary consumption

Jane WILSON, aged 26 years, buried 27th May 1847

John WILSON, born in Malta about 1811. Living in Middleham, Yorkshire, in 1851

John WILSON, died 25th May 1846, arrived on the Steamer Oriental, from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto. Seaman

John WILSON, seaman, aged 21 years, buried 14th October 1848

Louisa WILSON, born 18th March 1838, the daughter of Jane and James Wilson

Melita Phoebe WILSON, born in Malta about 1830. In 1851 working as a Governess and living in West Harnham, Wiltshire

Oliver Cromwell WILSON, aged 2 months, buried 19th July 1862

Sarah WILSON, born in Malta about 1814. Married. In 1851 living in Gateshead, Co.Durham

John WILTON, Cashier, Anglo-Maltese Bank, buried 3rd July 1833

Joseph WINCH, 21+, bachelor, from Middlesex, married 22nd April 1828, to Sarah Eliza Edy Perkins CHATTEN, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of James Perkins Chatten, of Bow, London

Joseph WINCH, issued notice on 31st July 1833, that he will not be responsible for debts of his wife Sarah Winch

Joseph WINCH, aged 45 years, buried 6th July 1838

J. WINTER, Clerk, Naval Dockyard in 1856

Samuel WINTER Winter, living at Royal Naval Hospital, Bighi, electoral list 1852

William WINTHROP, born in Boston, Mass., U.S.A. He had been a Director of an Insurance Company in Boston, Mass., before joining the Consular Service. He came to Malta and was appointed U.S. Consul in October 1834. His full name was William Winthrop Andrews, but on 24th June 1844 he applied to the President of the United States to allow him to shorten his name to William Winthrop by dropping the ‘Andrews’ and this was granted. An ancestor John Winthrop left England for America in 1630, and the town of Winthrop was named after him. On 7th September 1848 William married Emma Curtis, the daughter of the late Sir William Curtis at St.Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, Valletta. He continued in the post of U.S. Consul until his death on 3rd July 1869, aged 61 years

William WINTHROP, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1851, 1852, 1856. Master of the Union of Malta Lodge 1854, 1857, 1858, 1860

T. WINTON, Freemason, Master of The Wayfarers Lodge 1900

Giuseppe WIRTH, living at 102 Strada Britannica, Valletta, electoral list 1852

WISE’s Commercial Inn, at 43 Strada Zacarria, Valletta, in 1847. J.Wise having furnished his house in a most elegant style and with every comfort of an English establishment, he trusts that by his constant attention to cleanliness, good cuisine, and moderate charges, to insure a continuance of that Patronage he has already enjoyed

James WISE, seaman, buried 9th September 1847

Stephen WISE, 21+, bachelor, born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, the son of Mary and Daniel Wise, married 19th April 1847 to, Harriet HAYNES, 21+, spinster, born in London, the daughter of John and Catherine Haynes

Reverend George WISELY, Minister of Free Church of Scotland at Malta, married 16th January 1855 to, Jessie Tod MILLER, the eldest daughter of the late William Miller, of Fife, Scotland, at the British Consulate, Leghorn

Reverend George WISELY MA, resident Malta, electoral list 1862

George Alexander WISELY, born 20th January 1856, the son of Reverend George and Jessie Tod Wisely, nee MILLER

Robert Henderson WISELY, born 10th January 1865, at the Scots Manse, the son of Reverend George and Jessie Tod Wisely, nee MILLER

William Miller WISELY, born 25th January 1857, the son of Reverend George and Jessie Tod Wisely, nee MILLER

R.J. WISHART, Freemason, Master of The Zetland Lodge 1894. Second District Grand Principal 1894

Elizabeth WITHAM, born in Malta about 1819. Married. Living in Minster, Kent, in 1851

Gustave WOLDE, aged 23 years, buried 19th April 1858

James Littleton WOLFERSTAN, bachelor, born Chichester, Sussex, married 7th March 1835, to Esther HEPPENSTALL, spinster, the daughter of Robert Heppenstall, from Limehouse, London, Commander of the Government Schooner Lady Emily

James Littleton WOLFERSTAN, born 20th January 1836, the son of Esther and James Littleton Wolferstan

James Littleton WOLFERSTAN, buried 4th September 1836, aged 8 months

Mary Langford WOLFERSTAN, born 11th December 1837, the daughter of Esther and James Littleton Wolferstan. In 1851 living in Beerferris, Devon

Francis WOLFF, died in Naples 9th December 1864, aged 85 years

Esther Harriet Simeon Mary WOLFF, born 9th November 1827, the daughter of Lady Georgiana Mary and the Reverend Joseph Wolff

George Augustus WOLFF, born in Malta 1815, the son of Martha and Francis Wolff

Martha WOLFF, died in Naples, 31st March 1861, aged 78 years, the wife of Francis Wolff

Mr. WOOD, Clerk, Chief Secretary’s Office, lived at 222 Strada Mercanti,

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

WOOD’s Lodging House at 35 Strada Reale, Valletta, in 1847

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

Edith WOOD, died 20th June 1899, aged 4 years 6 months, the daughter of William Henry and M.A. Wood

Edward WOOD, died 3rd December 1840, arrived on the Frigate Castor, from Acris. Died in the Lazaretto

Elizabeth WOOD, aged 36 years, the wife of Robert Brent Wood

Elizabeth Sophia WOOD, born 30th March 1851, the daughter of Elizabeth and Robert Brent Wood

Henry Broad WOOD, 21+, bachelor, born in Manchester, the son of Samuel and Elizabeth Wood, married 5th January 1856 to, Ellen MILLER, 21+, spinster, born in Windermere, Cumberland, the daughter of Edward and Agnes Miller

James WOOD, living at 22 Strada Miretore, Vittoriosa, electoral list 1852.

Reverend James Julius WOOD, of Edinburgh, was presented with a Bible by the NCO’s and men of the 42nd Royal Highlanders for his services with them in 1843. In 1844 he was serving on the island of Madeira

Lucy Jane WOOD, born 13th April 1837, the daughter of Jane Elizabeth aned Thomas Wood, HM Consul in Bengazi

Martha Sarah WOOD, born 16th October 1849, the daughter of Elizabeth and Robert Brent Wood

Mary Anne Jane Morley WOOD, born 20th April 1845, the daughter of Elizabeth and Robert Brent Wood

Robert Brent WOOD, 21+, bachelor, from Devonport, married 24th March 1839, to Elizabeth OAK, 21+, spinster, from Newmarket, Cambridgeshire

Robert James WOOD, born 9th August 1839, the son of Elizabeth and Robert Brent Wood

Sarah WOOD, born in Malta about 1836. Living in Portsmouth, in 1851

Susannah Adelaide WOOD, born 20th June 1843, the daughter of Elizabeth and Robert Brent Wood

Dr. WOOD, the brother of Richard Wood British Consul General in Tunis. Died of yellow fever, 29th May 1869 in Smyrna. Aged between 50 years and 60 years, he had been a resident of Smyrna for great many years

Mrs WOOD, the wife of Thomas Wood, HM Vice Consul in Bengazi, gave birth to a son 12th June 1835, at the residence of Colonel Warrington, HBM Consul General in Tripoli

Mrs WOOD, the wife of Thomas Wood, HM Consul in Bengazi, gave birth to a daughter 13th April 1837

Thomas Matthew WOOD, born 9th August 1847, the son of Elizabeth and Robert Brent Wood

William WOOD, seaman, aged 24 years, buried 6th January 1854

William Henry WOOD, born 1st January 1842, the son of Elizabeth and Robert Brent Wood

John William Gordon WOODFORD, born 23rd November 1826, the son ofAlexander Woodford and Charlotte Mary Anne Fraser

John WOODFORD, born in Malta about 1827. In 1851 living in Marylebone, London

Penelope WOODFORD, born in Malta about 1812. Married. Living in Preston, Lancashire, in 1851

Ernest WOODGER, married 19th September 1899 to, Annie TANNER, in Floriana

Mrs. WOODHEAD, died 30th May 1814, aged 32 years, the wife of Joseph

Woodhead, at her residence Strada Mezzodi, Valletta. Navy Agent

John WOODHOUSE, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Robert WOODHOUSE married Concetta GATT 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

Samuel WOODHOUSE, 21+, bachelor, born in Liverpool, the son of Martha and the late Samuel Woodhouse, of Everton and Norley Hall, Cheshire, married 20th April 1844 to, Eliza MOSTYN, spinster, minor with parent’s consent, the daughter of Cecilia and Henry Thronton Mostyn MD

Arthur Herbert WOODLEY, born 18th February 1871, the son of Henry and Eliza Woodley, Clerk in HM Dockyard

Ernest Herbert WOODLEY, born 27th March 1880, the son of Henry and Eliza Woodley, Clerk, HM Dockyard

Henry WOODLEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Stoke Newington, London, the son of Mary and Captain William Woodley, R.N., married 26th October 1865 to, Eliza FLACK, 21+, spinster, born in Athens, the fourth daughter of Lucy and the late Thomas Flack

Henry WOODLEY, living at 19 Dietro la Chiesa, Sliema, 1895 Voters list

Henry Page WOODLEY, born 10th August 1866, the son of Eliza and Henry Woodley, HM Dockyard

H. WOODLEY, his son died 26th September 1869, in Sliema, aged 20 months

Amy WOODROFFE, aged 18 years 6 months, buried 5th April 1870

Francis WOODS, born in Malta about 1821. Living in Liverpool in 1851

John WOODS, aged 14 years, seaman, buried 25th September 1868

J. WOODSON, buried 8th April 1840, in the Lazaretto, arrived on the Frigate Tyne, from Smyrna. Died on board, from inflammation of the viscera

H.R.E. WOODTHROPE, Freemason, Third District Grand Principal 1897

Ann WOODWARD, born in Malta about 1813. Married. In 1851 living in Watford, Hertfordshire

Robert WOODWARD, aged 42 years, Stoker, buried 2nd August 1869

Walter Cecil WOODWARD, married 4th January 1895, aged 27 years, bachelor, Telegraphist, the son of George Woodward, Surveyor Royal Engineers Civil staff, to Amelia Caterina Carmen Elena Lugard VIDAL, aged 20 years, spinster, of Valletta, the daughter of Rodolfo Vidal, Merchant at Tangier

George WOOLEY, aged 26 years, seaman, buried 27th March 1856

Robert WOOLLEY, aged 64 years, buried 8th May 1840

Dr H. WOOLLY, died at Alexandria, 2nd November 1844, stepson of Dr. Sankey of Malta. Aged 23 years, joined the P.&.O. ship Iberia at Constantinople, caught fever in Jerusalem, and on being landed at Alexandria on 22nd October was taken to the house of Doctors Laidlaw and Spence

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

Agnes Anne Mary Carmella WORLEY, born 13th August 1880, in Cospicua

Agnes Anne Mary Carmella WORLEY, married 12th September 1898, to Andrew Harry ALLISON, Royal Navy

James WORLEY, Stoker, Royal Navy, married in the 1870’s, to Mary MICALLEF, the daughter of Lewis Micallef, a musician. James Worley was discharged from the Navy in 1882

Anna Amelia WORRELL, born 5th January 1825, the daughter of John and Sarah Worrell, Shipwright in the Dockyard

Anna Amelia WORRELL, buried 27th December 1828, aged 4 years, the daughter of John and Sarah Worrell

Georgiana WORRELL, born 25th August 1827, the daughter of John and Sarah Worrell, Shipwright in Naval Arsenal

John WORRELL, Shipwright, HM Dockyard, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 25th September 1830

Louisa Elizabeth WORRELL, born 30th March 1822, the daughter of Sarah and John Worrell, Shipwright in the Naval Arsenal

Sarah WORRELL, born 9th May 1819, the daughter of Sarah and John Worrell, Shipwright in the Naval Arsenal

Sarah WORRELL, aged 46 years, buried 3rd October 1841

Susan WORTH, born in Malta about 1826. In 1851 working as a Servant and living in Reading, Berkshire

William Henry WORTHINGTON, died 7th April 1844, at his lodgings 161 Strada Stretta, Valletta, aged 64 years

James WREN, resident Malta, electoral list 1862

WRIGHT’s Lodging House at 37 Strada Forni, Valletta, in 1847

Alfred Lawson WRIGHT, born 1st July 1844, the son of Frances and John Wright

C. WRIGHT, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1855

Charles Augustus WRIGHT, resident Malta, electoral list 1862

Charles Edward William WRIGHT, born in Sliema 6th February 1867, the son of Harriet Elizabeth and Charles Augustus Wright. Buried 8th April 1870, aged 3 years 2 months

Charles Henry WRIGHT, born 6th May 1843, the son of Louisa and William Wright

Charles Henry WRIGHT, 21+, bachelor, born Malta, the son of William and Louisa Wright, married 16th January 1872 to, Louisa NIBBS, 21+, spinster, of Hampshire, the daughter of John and Anne Nibbs

Elizabeth WRIGHT, aged 42 years, widow, married 12th September 1896, to George Richard FENNINGS, aged 40 years, widower, Sergeant, Royal Engineers

Emma Lawson WRIGHT, born 12th July 1865 in Sliema, the daughter of Harriet Elizabeth and Charles Augustus Wright

Esther WRIGHT, buried 23rd December 1847, aged two months

Fanny WRIGHT, born in Malta about 1848, the daughter of Anney and Charles Wright. In 1851 living with her parents and family in Woolwich, Kent

Frederick John WRIGHT, born 21st April 1850, the son of Louisa and William Wright

George Martin WRIGHT, born 11th November 1845, the son of Louisa and William Wright

George Martin WRIGHT, buried 16th April 1848, aged 2 years 5 months

James Richard WRIGHT, born 10th December 1841, the son of Louisa and William Wright

James Richard WRIGHT, buried 17th July 1842, aged 7 months

John WRIGHT Snr., living at Strada della Torre, Sliema, electoral list 1852

John WRIGHT Jnr., living at 56 Strada San Marco, Valletta, electoral list 1852

John WRIGHT, Sub-Inspector Interior Police, 1865

John James WRIGHT, aged 29 years, bachelor, Draughtsman, the son of John Wright, married 3rd October 1883, to Marion Eliza PARIS, aged 28 years, spinster, the daughter of George Alexandra Paris

Julia Lydia WRIGHT, born 26th January 1843, the daughter of Frances and John Wright

Louisa Charlotte WRIGHT, born 5th November 1849, the daughter of Frances and John Wright

Mary Anne WRIGHT, born 10th December 1839, the daughter of Louisa and William Wright

Rodwell Waller WRIGHT, aged 50 years, buried 22nd April 1826

Stephen WRIGHT, born in Malta about 1848, the son of Anney and Charles Wright. In 1851 living with his parents and family in Woolwich, Kent

Thomas WRIGHT, 21+, bachelor, Clerk in Telegraph office, of Liverpool, the son of Richard and Elizabeth Wright, married 1st June 1871 to, Annie (Anna Giovanna) SCARGALL, minor, with parents consent, born Malta, the daughter of Charles and Mary Scargall

Thomas Charles Henry WRIGHT, born 29th April 1872, the son of Anna Giovanna and Thomas Wright

Thomas Lionel WRIGHT, born 5th December 1873, the son of Anna Giovanna and Thomas Wright

Waller Rodwell WRIGHT, President of H.M.Court of Appeal, lived at 76 Strada Forni, Valletta, rent free in 1825

Waller Rodwell WRIGHT, Freemason, Provincial Grand Master for Malta and Gozo, and served from 1815 to 1826. Master of the Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1816, 1819, 1823, 1824

Waller Rodwell WRIGHT, buried 22nd April 1826, aged 50 years

William WRIGHT, 21+, bachelor, from Alverstoke, Hampshire, married 13th December 1837, to Louisa ALLEN, minor, spinster the daughter of Louis Barber Allen, with the consent of her Guardian

William WRIGHT, aged 38 years, buried 14th August 1850

William Elsworth WRIGHT, born 25th March 1846, the son of Frances and John Wright. He died 17th January 1847, aged 10 months, the son of John Wright, proprietor of the Malta Times

James WRIGLEY, aged 52 years, Laboratory Foreman, Ordnance Department, late Sergeant in the Royal Artillery, buried 22nd March 1824

James WRIGLEY, born in Malta about 1814. Living in Croydon, Surrey, in 1851

James Henry WYATT, aged 22 years, bachelor, of Portsmouth, the son of James Wyatt, Engine Fitter, married 23rd May 1879, to Egizria Eugenia Adelaida Joanna Angelica Magdalena FARRUGIA, aged 19 years, spinster, born Valletta, the daughter of Vincentio Farrugia

William WYATT, seaman, aged 29 years, buried 25th November 1847

Mrs WYBOULT, the wife of J.W. Wyboult, Assistant Deputy Commissary General, gave birth to a daughter 25th October 1848

G.E. WYNCALL, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1895, 1898

James WYNN, aged 28 years, seaman, buried 5th February 1864

Susannah Elizabeth WYNN, born 1st February 1856, the daughter of Eliza Ann and John James Wynn

Catherine B. WYNNE, born in Malta about 1840. In 1851 living in Plumstead, Kent

Frederick K. WYNNE, born in Malta about 1843. In 1851 living in Plumstead, Kent

Alfred WYVILLE, aged 18 months, buried 1st September 1867

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