INDEX OF PROTESTANT CEMETERY - JERUSALEM

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F.W. ADENEY

 

The Right Reverend Michael Solomon ALEXANDER, died 23rd November 1845. The First Protestant Bishop of Jerusalem. (He had been appointed to this position by H.M. Queen Victoria.)

 

Elizabeth ATTLEE, died 4th February 1892, aged 59 years. The wife of the Reverend Simmonds Attlee.

 

Helen ATTLEE, died 22nd December 1898. A Missionary working for the Church Missionary Society since 1890

 

Mary BAILEY, died 25th May 1859, aged 8 months

 

The Right Reverend Joseph BARCLAY, died 22nd October 1881, aged 50 years. He was the third Anglican Bishop of Jerusalem, and late Rector of Stapleford, Hertfordshire. His widow who survived him by only 4 months is buried at Ketteringham, Norfolk

 

Margharit Brandon BARCLAY, third daughter of Bishop Barclay died 18th October 1880, aged 8 years

 

Ebenezer Johnstone BARTON, died 2nd December 1895. Born at Ecclefechan, Dumfriesshire on 29th March 1839, employed for many years by the Bengal Civil Service in India

 

Robert BATESON, died 24th December 1843, aged 27 years. Member of Parliament, the eldest son of Sir Robert Bateson, Baronet, of Belvoir Park, Ireland

 

R. BATTESEN

 

M. BENORIEL

 

Martha BERCEIM, born 8th September 1848, died 5th February 1888. The wife of Peter Bercheim

 

Peter BERCHEIM, born 2nd September 1844, died 24th October 1885 

 

Cecil Augustus Hillyar BISSHOPP, died 5th May 1845, aged 6 months. The son of Sir Cecil and Lady Bisshopp. (His father was the Reverend Sir Cecil Augustus Bisshopp, Bart., the son of the Dean of Lismore. He was ordained in Malta in 1844 and the same year married Mary Anne Bickerton. He died in Malta on 19th January 1849, and was buried in Msida Bastion Cemetery, Floriana.)

 

Emily Alicia BLAND, died 16th March 1868

 

Ann BLYTH, died 27th February 1895

 

Douglas Carnegie BROWN, died 17th May 1904, aged 5 months

 

Annie Romola BURTCHAEL, born in Rome 8th March 1875 and died in Jerusalem 27th December 1877

 

Reverend Somerset Brafield BURTCHAEL, died 6th June 1878. Born in Ireland in 1832, he was ordained in 1858. He served in Ireland, Spain, Italy and in 1877 was appointed to Christ Church, Jerusalem

 

Claudia BURTCHAEL, infant daughter of Somerset and Katherine Burtchael, buried in Florence, Italy

 

Charlotte Maud CHAPLIN, born 19th August 1870 and died 8th April 1872. The daughter of Thomas Chaplin M.D. 

 

Ellen CLARK, born 3rd June 1832 and died 20th March 1904

 

George M. CLARK, born 3rd January and died 13th May 1886

 

Gladys M. CLARK, born 5th April 1887 and died 30th July 1891

 

Winifred Ethel CLARK, born 5th July 1892 and died 30th May 1900

 

Gladys Rowena CONNOR, died 31st May 1888, aged 10 months

 

Caroline COOPER, died 22nd November 1859. Born 4th September 1806 in   Henley-on-Thames, she had lived for eleven years in Jerusalem

 

Christopher Samuel CORAL, born and died 31st October 1878

 

J.N. CORAL, died 22nd July 1891, aged 59 years. For 30 years a Missionary in Jerusalem

 

James Stephen CORAL, died 4th May 1879, aged 9 months

 

Mary Christina CORAL, died 3rd August 1868, aged 16 months

 

Selma CORAL, born 21st December 1847, died 9th May 1894

 

George DALTON, M.D., died 25th January 1826. Missionary to the Jews

 

Mary DICKINSON, died 9th April 1844, aged 38 years. The wife of Joseph Dickinson M.D. of Liverpool

 

Joseph DICKINSON, M.D.

 

John DICKSON, died 4th July 1906. He was born 17th June 1847, and was Her Britannic Majesty’s Consul in Jerusalem 1890 to 1906

 

James DUNCAN, died 10th August 1868. Corporal, Royal Engineers, died when employed on the Jerusalem excavations

         

Dorothy Forster ELLIS, died 14th April 1891, aged 26 years. The wife of Frank T. Ellis

                            

Ernest Gordon FARQUHARSON, Captain, Royal Engineers, died Tuesday 1st April 1902, aged 32 years

 

Daniel FAST

 

Emily Louisa FINN, died 17th December 1858, aged 10 weeks

 

Sydney GIBBON, died 19th July 1899, aged 30 years. The son of Thomas and Caroline Gibbon, of Bowdon. A Missionary working for the Church Missionary Society in Jerusalem                            

 

Maria R.C. GOBAT, born 9th November 1813 and died in August 1879. The wife of Bishop Samuel Gobat. (Whilst living in Malta they had two children. Paul Azaria Gobat, born 2nd November 1840 and died 9th December 1841. Another son James Gobat was born 22nd May 1846, six weeks after his father was appointed Bishop of Jerusalem.)

 

The Right Reverend Samuel GOBAT, died 11th May 1879. He was Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem from 1846 until his death in 1879. (He was born at Cremines, Bern Canton, Switzerland on 26th January 1799 and became a Lutheran Minister. He spent several years working in Abyssinia before arriving in Malta. He was appointed Vice-Principal of the Malta Protestant College in February 1846, but on 9th April 1846 was appointed to fill the vacant Bishopric at Jerusalem by the King of Prussia.) 

 

Mary Elizabeth GOZA, died 1st October 1887, aged 31 years. The wife of the Reverend R. Elliott Goza

 

C.H. HILLYER                 

 

John HOLLAND, born 29th September 1824 and died 26th April 1857. Surrogate of Morpeth, Northumberland

                            

W. HOPE                       

 

Robert Houghton HUGHES, died 17th April 1899, aged 3 years. The only child of Richard and Frances C. Hughes

                  

H. ISRAEL

                            

Mary Maria JACOMBS, died 18th May 1902, aged 64 years. From Birmingham she went as a Missionary to Syria in 1863

 

Eliza JEAFFRESON, died 23rd May 1890, at the Deaconesses’ House, Jerusalem, aged 57 years. The daughter of the late William Jeaffreson, F.R.C.S.

 

John Bowes JOHNSTON, died 6th November 1859, aged 55 years. A resident of Jerusalem since October 1838

                  

Katie KELK  

 

Robert S. LAUTERSTEIN, died 1st April 1878, aged 69 years

 

Edith Anne LEES, born in Rotherham, 10th September 1861 and died 1st August 1888 in Jerusalem. The wife of George Robinson Lees

 

Victor Robinson LEES, born in London 29th May 1887, and died 8th July 1888 in Jerusalem. Infant son of George Robinson Lees

 

M. LYONS

 

Edward MacCOWAN, M.D., died 6th February 1860. Physician for seventeen years to the Jerusalem Mission of the Society for Promoting Christianity among the Jews

 

Cyril Herbert MARRIOTT, son of the Reverend Herbert Marriott

 

Henry David MOORE, died 26th July 1869

 

Violet MOORE, born in February and died in May 1872

 

Reverend John NICOLAYSON, died 6th October 1856. Born on 1st June 1803, he served in Jerusalem for 23 years. He founded the English Hospital and was the builder of the Protestant Church

 

Charlotte Maria OGILVY, died 18th May 1878

 

James R. PATTERSON, died 30th November 1897, aged 39 years. Born Boston, Mass., U.S.A.

 

E. PIAZZA

 

Antoinette P. POWLE, born 13th January 1819 and died 20th November 1897

 

Mary Fearne PRICE, died 18th January 1885

 

William RODGIE, died 20th March 1873, aged 37 years. A Banker in Bombay, India, he was on his way home to Scotland, when he died in Jerusalem. He left a widow 

 

Dr. SCHICK

 

Horatio G. SPOFFORD

 

Sarah Ann STANTON, died 3rd November 1878 at Bethlehem. Born in London 13th September 1842, she went to Syria in 1864, employed by the Society for Promoting Female Education in the East

 

Charles Frederick TYRWHITT-DRAKE, born on 2nd January 1847 (?) and died 1871 (?)

 

Reverend James Henry VIDAL, died 15th March 1875, aged 55 years. Vicar of Chiddingly, Sussex

 

Reverend Charles Frederick WESTON, died 9th April 1884 on a visit to Jerusalem, aged 26 years. From Derby, he was Curate of Widecombe, Bath

 

John C. WHITING

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