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293. Joseph Bruce ISMAY-673

1J. Foster, Publications - Alumni Oxoniensis.
Publications Binder Vol 1 Entry # 2.

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"4 Q 1862 Joseph Bruce Ismay West Derby 8b 404."

3Church of England, Bishop's Transcripts - Great Crosby, Lancashire, England, LDs Film # 1,468,784 Item 2, .
"C 1841-1847, 1868-1870.".
"Page 6 Entry 44
7 Jan 1863 Joseph Bruce son of Thomas Henry and Margaret Ismay of Great Crosby Merchant by Jos Clark Incumbent.".

4Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"4 Q 1937 Joseph B Ismay, aged 73?, Westminister 1a 557."

5Publications - Who's Who Publication Series.
Publications Vol 1 Section 8.
"Who was Who 1929-1940
Joseph Bruce Ismay; shipowner; director of L.M.S. Railway, Birmingham Canal
Navigation. Chairman: Liverpool and London War Risks Association. b. Liverpool 12 December 1862 eldest son of Thomas Henry Ismay of Dawpool Cheshire, m 1888 Julia Florence daughter of Geo. R. Schiefflin New York. Two sons, Two daughters. Educated at Elstree, Harrow. Recreations shooting, motoring, golfing Address 15 Hill Street, London W.1.; The Lodge Costelloe Co. Galway. Club R.A.C. Died 17 October 1937."

6Newspapers.
"The Times Obituary October 18th 1937
He was a man 'of striking personality and in any company arrested attention and dominated the scene. Those who knew him slightly found his personality overpowering and in consequence imagined him too be hard, but his friends knew this was but the outward veneer of a shy and highly sensitive nature, beneath which was hidden a depth of affection and understanding which is given to but few. Perhaps his outstanding characteristic was his deep feeling and sympathy for the 'underdog' and he was always anxious to help anyone in trouble. Another notable trait was an intense dislike of publicity which he would go to great lengths to avoid. In his youth he won many prizes in lawn-tennis tournaments; he also played association football, having a natural aptitude for games. He enjoyed shooting and fishing and became a first class shot and an expert fisherman. Perhaps the latter was his favourite sport and he spent many happy holidays fishig in Connemara'."

7Richard Turner, Family History Society of Cheshire
amily History Society of Cheshire, Monumental Inscription - England, Cheshire, Thurstaston, St Bartholomew, LDS Microfiche # 6,343,534.
"Ref CP 18
This tablet is erected by Margaret Bruce Cheape in loving memory of her father and mother Joseph Bruce Ismay and Julia Florence Ismay. Also her brothers and sisters Thomas Bruce Ismay, George Bruce Ismay and Evelyn Constance Sanderson."

8Newspapers - The Times.
Publications Binder Vol 2 Entry # 5.
"The Times
Death Notice: Bruce Ismay
Wednesday 20 October 1937
ISMAY---On Oct. 17, 1937, at his residence, 15, Hill Street, Mayfair, BRUCE, husband of FLORENCE ISMAY. Funeral service St. Paul's Knitsbridge, 2.30 to-morrow (Thursday). Interment (private) Putney Vale Cemetery."

9Hugh Miller, Publications - London Cemeteries, 3rd Edition.
"Putney Vale founded in 1841 ...
burial place of Bruce Ismay 1862-1937 Shipowner & Chairman of the White Star Line and director of the L.M.S."."

10Census UK 1871 .
"Victoria Road, Seafield, Liscard, Cheshire, England RG10 3753, ff 84, Page 65, Schedule 405
Name Surname Rel Status Age Occupation Birthplace County
Joseph B Ismay Pupil Unm 8 Scholar Waterloo, Lancashire."

11Editor M.G. Dauglish & P.I.C. Stephenson, Publications - Harrow School Register 1800 - 1911 .
"Ismay Joseph Bruce (Small Houses) son of T.H. Ismay Esq, Dawpool, Thurstaston, Cheshire. Left 1878 (2): Chairman of Ismay,Imrie & Co. (White Star Line) and various shipping companies. Director of LNWR. J.B. Ismay Sandheys, Mossley Hill, Liverpool. Started in 1877 (1)."

12Publications - National Biography Series.
"Extracted from Dictionary of National Biography 1931-1940, eldest son of Thomas Heny Ismay, educated at Elstree and Harrow

When he left Harrow he was tutored in France for a year before being apprenticed to Thomas Ismay's office for four years. He then went on a one year tour of the world and upon his return was posted to New York where he worked at the White Star Line office for a further year. At the end of that period he was appointed the company agent in New York.

In 1891 Ismay and his family returned to England. That year he was made a partner in the firm of Ismay, Imrie and company.

In 1899 Bruce became head of the business after the death of his father. Bruce Ismay led a thriving firm and displayed considerable business acumen, but in 1901 his firm was approached by American interests towards forming an international conglomerate of shipping companies. After lengthy negotiations Ismay agreed terms with J.P.Morgan under which the White Star Line would form part of the International Mercantile Marine Company. At that time the IMM was led by C.A Griscom, president of the American Line, but in 1904 Ismay succeeded Griscom and held the position of president until 1913 when Harold Sanderson took over.

In addition to his interest in the company his father had created, Bruce Ismay was, during his life, also chairman of the Asiatic Steam Navigation Company, chairman of the Liverpool Steamship Owners Protection Association and the Liverpool and London War Risks Association as well as the Delta Insurance Company. He was also a director of the Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Company, the Sea Insurance Company, the Birmingham Canal Navigation Company and the London, Midland and Scottish Railway. Of the latter he had been offered chairmanship but had declined.

One summer evening in 1907 (the exact date is unknown), Bruce and Florence Ismay dined at Downshire house in Belgravia, the London home of Lord Pirrie. Pirrie was a partner in the firm of Harland & Wolff, Belfast shipbuilders with whom the Ismay's firm had enjoyed a long and lucrative history.

Ismay and Pirrie were determined to formulate a response to the popularity of their nearest competitors latest ships. Cunard had introduced the Lusitania in 1907 followed shortly afterward by the Mauretania. These ships had been built with the help of a governemt subsidy and had set new standards in luxury at sea as well as being faster and larger than any that had gone before.

Ismay and Pirrie decided that high speed, while desirable, was not the essential element in capturing the vital immigrant trade which was their main source of income at that time. They would concentrate on creating the largest ships to maximise steerage capacity while making them the most luxurious in first and second class accomodation in order to woo the wealthy and the prosperous middle class.

Ismay accompanied his ships on their maiden voyages and the Titanic was no exception.
On April 10th 1912 he boarded the Titanic with his valet Richard Fry and his secretary William Henry Harrison. While on board he was also assisted by Ernest Freeman who unlike the other employees was listed as a crew member. Ismay was rescued from the Titanic in Collapsible C.

During his life Ismay would inaugurate the cadet ship Mersy for the training of officers for the merchant navy, gave 11,000 pounds to found a fund to benefit widows of lost seamen and in 1919 gave 25,000 pounds to establish a fund to recognise the contribution of merchantmen in the war. He divided his time between his homes in London and Ireland."

13Directories - New York City - 1890.
"Ismay, Jospeh B. agent, 41 B'way & Pier 45 (new) N.R. h 444 Madison Av."
Copy on File. Misc Vol 1 Entry # 25.

14Publications - Who's Who Publication Series, 1933 Page 1679.
"Ismay, Joseph Bruce; Shipowner; Chairman , Asiatic Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.; Director of London, Midland, Scottish Railway, Birmingham Canal Navigation; Chairman Liverpool Steamship Owners Protection Association, Liverpool and London War Risks Asssociation, Delta Insurnace Co.; b Liverpool, 12 Dec 1862; e.s. of late Thomas Henry Ismay, of Dawpool, Cheshire; m/ Julia Florence d. of George R. Scheffelin, New York; two s. two d. Educ: estree; Harrow. Recreations: shooting, motoring and golfing. Adress 15 Hill Street W.1.; T.: Grosvenor 1992; The Lodge, Costelloe, Co. Galway. M.: K 346, K 3209, K 3830, LD 8099, K 5302. Clubs: Royal Thames Yacht, Royal Automobile."

15Census UK 1881 .
"RG11-3695 ff 88
Great Crosby, Lancashire
Name Rel Status Age Occupation Where Born
Thomas Hy Ismay Hd Mar 44 Justice of the Peace Maryport, Cul
Margaret " Wife " 43 Nottinghamshire
Joseph Bruce " Son Unm 18 Shipowner's Appren Gt. Crosby, Lancs
Ethel Sealby " Daur " 10 Scholar Waterloo Lancs
Ada " Daur " 9 Scholar Waterloo Lancs
Dora " Daur " 9 Scholar Waterloo Lancs
Charles B. " Son " 7 Scholar Waterloo Lancs
Charlotte " Daur " 7 Scholar Waterloo Lancs."

16Census UK 1911.
"Sandheys, Mossley Hill Road, Aigburth
Name Rel Age Cond Occupation Birthplace
Joseph Bruce Ismay Head 48 Mar Shipowner Crosby, Lancashire
Evelyn Constance Ismay Daur 13 Single Mossley Hill, Lancashire
George Bruce Ismay Son 8 Single Mossley Hill, Lancashire
Emily Sefton Servant 23 Single Kitchenmaid, Liverpool, Lancashire
Martha Edwards Servant 19 Single Housemaid, Liverpool, Lancashire
Annie McPherson Servant 52 Single Cook, Braemar, Aberdeen
Margaret Boardman Servant 42 Single Housemaid, Blackros Lancashire
Lucy Hay Servant 44 Single Housemaid, Alvenley Shropshire
Helene Correns Servant 46 Single Governess, Friedrickswalde, Germany
Anna Klockenberg Servant 34 Single Maid, Rakaw, Germany."

17Publications - The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy.
Publications Binder Vol 1 Entry # 1.
"Page 198
ISMAY Julia Florence Schieffelin (Mrs. Jospeh B), b New York, N.Y., U.S.A.
2-Dau. of George Richard Scheffelin (1836-1910), A.B., Columbia, '55, lawyer, New York, M 1866, Julia Matilda Delaphaine (1841-1915); for isssue and other lines see George R.D. Scheffelin (page 198)
M- Dec 4, 1888, Jospeh Bruce Ismay, b. Liverpool, Eng., Dec 12, 1862; shipowner and financier, London, E.; son late Thomas Henry Ismay of Liverpool, Eng.; issue: 1- Margaret Bruce, b New York, U.S.A., Dec. 29, 1889; m Mar. @7, 1912, Ronald Cheape, London (issue: George Richard; Oran); 2- Thomas Bruce, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool, Eng., Feb 18, 1893; m Apr 18, 1922, Mzargaret Seymour (dau. Walter Seymour, of ballymore Castle, Ireland); 3- Evelyn Constance, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool; 4- George Bruce, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool. Residence: 15 Hill St., London, W., En."
Copy on File Misc Vol 1 Entry # 1.

18Probate Central Registration (Somerset House).
"The Will of Joseph Bruce Ismay, late of 15 Hill Street, Berkeley Square, London, died 17 October 1937. Probate Liverpool 25 November 1937 to Julia Florence Ismay, widow, Thomas Bruce Ismay, Barrister at Law, George Bruce Ismay, shipping manager and George Ronald Hamilton Cheape C.m.y. Brigadier General H.M. Army. Valued at &693,305 17s 6d."


Julia Florence SCHIEFFELIN-674

1Newspapers - The New York Times.
Publications Binder Vol 2 Entry # 12.
"MARRIED IN EARLY DECEMBER
Wednesday 5 December 1888
A brilliant and fashionable assemblage gathered at noon yesterday in the Church of the Heavenly Rest, on Fifth-avenue, to witness the marriage of Miss Florence Schieffelin, a daughter of George R. Schieffelin and a great favorite in New-York society, and Mr. J. Bruce Ismay, the Agent of the White Star Steamship Line. Mr. Schieffelin and his family are members of Grace Church, but selected the Church of the Heavenly Rest for the ceremony on account of its proximity to their residence on Forty-fifth-street. The Rev. Dr. Huntington of Grace Church, assisted by the Rev. D. Parker Morgan, the Rector of the Church of the Heavenly Rest, were the officiating clergymen. The bride wore a gown of white brocade richly trimmed with old point lace. A veil of old point also fell over her face, confined by a tiara of diamonds. A diamond pendant hanging from a necklace of pearls sparkled at her throat. She carried a large bouquet of lilies of the valley. Preceding her were the two little maids of honor, her sisters, Miss Sadie and Miss Constance Schieffelin, who wore white silk dresses, white hats, and carried baskets of pink roses. The ushers were Messrs. Bond Emerson, T. J. Oakley Rhinelander, Amory Sibley Carhart, Edward Perry, and Fleming Crooks of England. The groom's best man was Mr. Ernest Bliss. At the conclusion of the ceremony a wedding breakfast was given to the young couple and their intimate friends at the residence of the bride's father, 8 East Forty-fifth-street. Among those present were Mr. John Jay, Mrs. Ernest Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. James Beekman, Mr. and Mrs. William Rhinelander, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rhinelander, Mr. and Mrs. William Schieffelin, The Misses Rhinelander, Miss Fannie Walker, the Misses Webb, Mrs. W. S. Livingston, Miss Eleanor Robinson, Mrs. Eastman Johnson, Miss Johnson, and Miss Marie Van Deuser Reed."

2Newspapers - The Cheshire Observer.
"Saturday, December 15, 1888
Marriages
On the 4th inst., at the Church of the Heavenly rest, New York. J. Bruce Ismay, eldest son of Thomas H Ismay, Dawpool, Thurstaston, in this county, to Florence, eldest daughter of George R Scheiffelin, of New York U.S.A."

3Civil Registration Indexes - USA, New York State.
"Bride's Name Julia F Schieffelin
Groom's Name Joseph B Ismay
Date of Marriage 21 Dec 1888
County Manhattan
Certificate Number 14131."

4Publications - The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy.
Publications Binder Vol 1 Entry # 1.
"
Page 198
ISMAY Julia Florence Schieffelin (Mrs. Jospeh B), b New York, N.Y., U.S.A.
2-Dau. of George Richard Scheffelin (1836-1910), A.B., Columbia, '55, lawyer, New York, M 1866, Julia Matilda Delaphaine (1841-1915); for isssue and other lines see George R.D. Scheffelin (page 198)
M- Dec 4, 1888, Jospeh Bruce Ismay, b. Liverpool, Eng., Dec 12, 1862; shipowner and financier, London, E.; son late Thomas Henry Ismay of Liverpool, Eng.; issue: 1- Margaret Bruce, b New York, U.S.A., Dec. 29, 1889; m Mar. @7, 1912, Ronald Cheape, London (issue: George Richard; Oran); 2- Thomas Bruce, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool, Eng., Feb 18, 1893; m Apr 18, 1922, Mzargaret Seymour (dau. Walter Seymour, of ballymore Castle, Ireland); 3- Evelyn Constance, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool; 4- George Bruce, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool. Residence: 15 Hill St., London, W., Eng."

5Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"4 Q 1963 Julia F Ismay aged 92 Kensington 5c 1033."

6Census UK 1911.
"15, Hill Street, St George, London
Name Rel Age Cond Yrs Mar Occupation Birthplace
J. Florence Ismay Wife 41 Mar 22 New York, U.S.A.
Margaret Ismay Daur 21 Single New York, U.S.A.
William Pratt Servant 29 Single Butler Dom Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex
Frederick Rose Servant 20 Single Footman Dom Arnold, Notts
Frederick Grove Servant 20 Single Footman Dom Little Enny, Essex
Kate Hull Servant 48 Single Cook Hsekeeper Balsham, Cambs
Mary Attwell Servant 30 Single Lady’s Maid Pontypool, Monmouth
Elizabeth S Mee Servant 30 Single Housemaid Stisted, Essex
Lily Benneth Servant 25 Single Kitchenmaid Millwall, Poplar
Annie Pickup Servant 24 Single Housemaid Abergelee, North Wales
Maud Lewis Servant 24 Single Housemaid London W.C.
Annie Streeter Servant 19 Single Scullerymaid Brighton, Essex."

7Probate Central Registration (Somerset House).
"
Julia Florence Ismay of 3, Kensington Palace Gardens, London W.*. Widow died 31 December 1963. Probate Liverpool 26 August 1964 to John Chados-Poole ret Lieo Col H.M. Army, Margaret Bruce Cheape Widow, High Bruce Ismay Cheape farmer and Alan Lindsey Sanderson doc of medicine. Effects 160,664 Pounds."


411. Margaret Bruce ISMAY-15

1Publications - The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy.
Publications Binder Vol 1 Entry # 1.
"
Page 198
ISMAY Julia Florence Schieffelin (Mrs. Jospeh B), b New York, N.Y., U.S.A.
2-Dau. of George Richard Scheffelin (1836-1910), A.B., Columbia, '55, lawyer, New York, M 1866, Julia Matilda Delaphaine (1841-1915); for isssue and other lines see George R.D. Scheffelin (page 198)
M- Dec 4, 1888, Jospeh Bruce Ismay, b. Liverpool, Eng., Dec 12, 1862; shipowner and financier, London, E.; son late Thomas Henry Ismay of Liverpool, Eng.; issue: 1- Margaret Bruce, b New York, U.S.A., Dec. 29, 1889; m Mar. @7, 1912, Ronald Cheape, London (issue: George Richard; Oran); 2- Thomas Bruce, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool, Eng., Feb 18, 1893; m Apr 18, 1922, Mzargaret Seymour (dau. Walter Seymour, of ballymore Castle, Ireland); 3- Evelyn Constance, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool; 4- George Bruce, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool. Residence: 15 Hill St., London, W., En."

2Publications - Burke's Landed Gentry Series.
Publications Binder Vol 1 Entry # 11.
"Extracted from the Ismay Cheape of Fossoway Entry Page 185
Brig. Gen. George Ronald Hamilton Cheape. C.M.G. (1919), D.S.O. and bar (1918). M.C., 2nd of Tironan, Isle of Mull, and of Wellfield (sold 1937). J.P. Fife. hon Brig-Gen. (ret), late Major and Brevet Lt.-Col 1st Dragon Guards, Lt-Col 7th Battalion. The Black Watch (royal Highlanders) 1920-1922, served in S. African War 1900-02, and World War 1. b 20 Feb 1881. Educ Trin Coll Glenalmond, and H.M.S. Britannia, m. 21 March 1912 Margaret Bruce Ismay (d 15 May 1967), eldest dau of Joseph Bruce Ismay of The Lodge, Castelloe, Co Galway and 15 Hill St W.1. (see 1952 Edn Ismay formerly of Dawpool) and d 29 April 1957 leaving issue
1/. George Richard b 11 June 1913,
m June Richards 2 Jan 1940 div 1946
1/. Florence Janetta b 20 Oct 1940 m 1963
m Janet Miles 16 Aug 1948
1/. David Hamilton b 28 Jul 1951
2/. Margaret Haswell b 26 Jun 1949
2/. Oran b 18 Oct 1918 m Patricia Byrne 10 Dec 1945
3/. Hugh Bruce (Ismay) b 17 Nov 1919 m Moira Olive James 17 Oct 1947
1/. Ronald Hugh Blair b 6 Aug 1948
2/. Angus Geoffrey Bruce b 24 Jul 1950
3/. Patrick David b 6 Dec 1951
4/. Bridget Ann Julia b 13 Apr 1956
4/. John Ronald b 16 Oct 1929 m Gillian Mercer 10 Oct 1960
1/. Ewan b 17 Aug 1962
2/. Malcolm b 21 Feb 1964
3/. Neil b 9 Dec 1965."

3Civil Registration Indexes - Scottish.
"Year 1967
Forename Margaret Bruce
Mother's Surname
Other Surnames Cheape
Sex F
Age 77
District Arngask
City/County/MR Perth
GROS Data 328/0C/0006."

4Census UK 1911.
"15, Hill Street, St George, London
Name Rel Age Cond Yrs Mar Occupation Birthplace
J. Florence Ismay Wife 41 Mar 22 New York, U.S.A.
Margaret Ismay Daur 21 Single New York, U.S.A.
William Pratt Servant 29 Single Butler Dom Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex
Frederick Rose Servant 20 Single Footman Dom Arnold, Notts
Frederick Grove Servant 20 Single Footman Dom Little Enny, Essex
Kate Hull Servant 48 Single Cook Hsekeeper Balsham, Cambs
Mary Attwell Servant 30 Single Lady’s Maid Pontypool, Monmouth
Elizabeth S Mee Servant 30 Single Housemaid Stisted, Essex
Lily Benneth Servant 25 Single Kitchenmaid Millwall, Poplar
Annie Pickup Servant 24 Single Housemaid Abergelee, North Wales
Maud Lewis Servant 24 Single Housemaid London W.C.
Annie Streeter Servant 19 Single Scullerymaid Brighton, Essex."


George Ronald Hamilton CHEAPE-13

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"1Q 1912 Margarte B Ismay & George R.N. Cheape St. Geo Han Squ 1a 687."

2Publications - The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy.
Publications Binder Vol 1 Entry # 1.
"Page 198
ISMAY Julia Florence Schieffelin (Mrs. Jospeh B), b New York, N.Y., U.S.A.
2-Dau. of George Richard Scheffelin (1836-1910), A.B., Columbia, '55, lawyer, New York, M 1866, Julia Matilda Delaphaine (1841-1915); for isssue and other lines see George R.D. Scheffelin (page 198)
M- Dec 4, 1888, Jospeh Bruce Ismay, b. Liverpool, Eng., Dec 12, 1862; shipowner and financier, London, E.; son late Thomas Henry Ismay of Liverpool, Eng.; issue: 1- Margaret Bruce, b New York, U.S.A., Dec. 29, 1889; m Mar. @7, 1912, Ronald Cheape, London (issue: George Richard; Oran); 2- Thomas Bruce, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool, Eng., Feb 18, 1893; m Apr 18, 1922, Mzargaret Seymour (dau. Walter Seymour, of ballymore Castle, Ireland); 3- Evelyn Constance, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool; 4- George Bruce, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool. Residence: 15 Hill St., London, W., En."

3Publications - Burke's Landed Gentry Series.
Publications Binder Vol 1 Entry # 11.
"
Page 185
Brig. Gen. George Ronald Hamilton Cheape. C.M.G. (1919), D.S.O. and bar (1918). M.C., 2nd of Tironan, Isle of Mull, and of Wellfield (sold 1937). J.P. Fife. hon Brig-Gen. (ret), late Major and Brevet Lt.-Col 1st Dragon Guards, Lt-Col 7th Battalion. The Black Watch (royal Highlanders) 1920-1922, served in S. African War 1900-02, and World War 1. b 20 Feb 1881. Educ Trin Coll Glenalmond, and H.M.S. Britannia, m. 21 March 1912 Margaret Bruce Ismay (d 15 May 1967), eldest dau of Joseph Bruce Ismay of The Lodge, Castelloe, Co Galway and 15 Hill St W.1. (see 1952 Edn Ismt formerley of Dawpool) and d 29 April 1957 leaving issue."

Copy on File Misc Vol 1 Entry # 15.

4Publications - Burke's Landed Gentry Series.

Refer to Baptismal Entry Above.

5Publications - Burke's Landed Gentry Series.
"Extracted from the Ismay Cheape of Fossoway Entry Page 185
Brig. Gen. George Ronald Hamilton Cheape. C.M.G. (1919), D.S.O. and bar (1918). M.C., 2nd of Tironan, Isle of Mull, and of Wellfield (sold 1937). J.P. Fife. hon Brig-Gen. (ret), late Major and Brevet Lt.-Col 1st Dragon Guards, Lt-Col 7th Battalion. The Black Watch (royal Highlanders) 1920-1922, served in S. African War 1900-02, and World War 1. b 20 Feb 1881. Educ Trin Coll Glenalmond, and H.M.S. Britannia."


412. Henry Bruce * ISMAY-2456

1Newspapers - The Morning Post.
"Tuesday, April 07, 1891
Births Ismay - On the 3rd inst., at 444 Madison Avenue, New York, the wife of J Bruce Ismay, of a son."

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"4 q 1891 Henry Bruce Ismay aged 0 Wirral 8a 295."

3Newspapers - The Liverpool Mercury.
"Saturday, October 3, 1891
Deaths Ismay - Oct 1, at Dawpool, Thurstaston, Cheshire, suddenly aged 6 months Henry Bruce, son of J. Bruce and Florence Ismay."

4Newspapers - The Manchester Times

"Friday, October 9, 1891
Deaths Ismay - October 1, at Dawpool, Thurstaston, Cheshire, suddenly aged 6 months Henry Bruce, infant son of J. Bruce and Florence Ismay."

5Newspapers - The Cheshire Observer.
"Saturday, October 10, 1891
Deaths
Ismay - Oct 1, at Dawpool, Thurstaston, in this county, suddenly, aged 6 months, Henry Bruce, infant son of J Bruce Ismay."

6Monumental Inscription.
"
East Face.
In loving remembrance of Henry Sealby son of Thomas Henry and Margaret Ismay who died at Waterloo May 3rd 1866 in his second year, Also of Mary eldest and dearly beloved child of the above who died January 4th 1871 in her eleventh year.
North Face.
In affecctionate remembrance of Luke Bruce who died February 26th, 1874 aged 82 years. Also of Mary, the beloved wife of the above who died July 25th, 1868 aged 71 years. Also of Thomas Leslie born February 21st, 1831 entered into rest March 30th, 1904. Also of Mary Leslie wife of Thomas Leslie and duaghter of Luke Bruce born May 29th, 1839 and died December 16th, 1919.
West Face.
Henry Bruce son of Joseph Bruce and Julia Florence Ismay who died at Dawpool, Thurstaston, Cheshire October 1st 1891, aged 6 months and was buried here.
South Face.
In memory of Joseph Ismay of Ropery House, Maryport who died January 11th, 1850 aged 40 years. Also of Mary relicit of the above who died June 16th, 1869 at Park Lodge, Lee, Kent aged 62 years and was interred here. Also of Mary, eldest daughter of the above, and wife of Richard Robinson who died July 19th, 1868 on board the P & O Steamer "Ripon", aged 29 years and was buried at sea off Malaga. And also of Charlotte, twin sister of the above who died July 29th 1855, aged 16 years and was interred at Maryport."

Memorial Inscription - Anfield Park Cemetery, Liverpool.


413. Thomas Bruce ISMAY-22

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"1 Q 1894 Bruce Ismay W. Derby 8b 614.".

2Publications - The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy.
Publications Binder Vol 1 Entry # 1.
"Page 198
ISMAY Julia Florence Schieffelin (Mrs. Jospeh B), b New York, N.Y., U.S.A.
2-Dau. of George Richard Scheffelin (1836-1910), A.B., Columbia, '55, lawyer, New York, M 1866, Julia Matilda Delaphaine (1841-1915); for isssue and other lines see George R.D. Scheffelin (page 198)
M- Dec 4, 1888, Jospeh Bruce Ismay, b. Liverpool, Eng., Dec 12, 1862; shipowner and financier, London, E.; son late Thomas Henry Ismay of Liverpool, Eng.; issue: 1- Margaret Bruce, b New York, U.S.A., Dec. 29, 1889; m Mar. @7, 1912, Ronald Cheape, London (issue: George Richard; Oran); 2- Thomas Bruce, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool, Eng., Feb 18, 1893; m Apr 18, 1922, Mzargaret Seymour (dau. Walter Seymour, of ballymore Castle, Ireland); 3- Evelyn Constance, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool; 4- George Bruce, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool. Residence: 15 Hill St., London, W., En."
Copy on File Misc Vol 1 Entry # 1.

3Church of England, Bishop's Transcripts - Thurstaston, Cheshire, England, LDs Film # 1,836,236 Item 1 Cheshire RO Ref EDB/201.
1587 - 1895 Some intermittent years are missing.
"Baptismal Register Page 82, Entry # 652 states:-
29 April 1894, Thomas Bruce son of Jospeh Bruce and Julia Florence Ismay of Mossley Hill, Liverpool, Shipowner was baptised by J Alymer Frost Rector."."

4Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"2 Q 1954 Thomas B Ismay, aged 60, Westminster 5c 323.".

5National Archives WO 372/10, Military Service - Medal Cards 1914-1920

"Ismay, Thomas B
British Red Cross Society."

6Probate Central Registration (Somerset House).
"Thomas Bruce Ismay of 6 Kingston House, Princes Gate, London S.W.7. Died 27 April 1954. Probate Liverpool 3 Sep 1954 to Joycelyn Harvey Drew and Henry Robert Hall stockbroker. Effects 356,664p 8s 9d."


Jane Margaret SEYMOUR-12

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

2 Q 1922 Thomas B. Ismay & Jane M. Seymour Cranbrook 2a 2061.

2Publications - The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy.
Publications Binder Vol 1 Entry # 1.
"
Page 198
ISMAY Julia Florence Schieffelin (Mrs. Jospeh B), b New York, N.Y., U.S.A.
2-Dau. of George Richard Scheffelin (1836-1910), A.B., Columbia, '55, lawyer, New York, M 1866, Julia Matilda Delaphaine (1841-1915); for isssue and other lines see George R.D. Scheffelin (page 198)
M- Dec 4, 1888, Jospeh Bruce Ismay, b. Liverpool, Eng., Dec 12, 1862; shipowner and financier, London, E.; son late Thomas Henry Ismay of Liverpool, Eng.; issue: 1- Margaret Bruce, b New York, U.S.A., Dec. 29, 1889; m Mar. @7, 1912, Ronald Cheape, London (issue: George Richard; Oran); 2- Thomas Bruce, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool, Eng., Feb 18, 1893; m Apr 18, 1922, Mzargaret Seymour (dau. Walter Seymour, of ballymore Castle, Ireland); 3- Evelyn Constance, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool; 4- George Bruce, b Mossley Hill, Liverpool. Residence: 15 Hill St., London, W., En."

Copy on File Misc Vol 1 Entry # 1.

3Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"."

4 Q 1951 Jane M Ismay aged 65 Westminster 5c 371.

4Probate Central Registration (Somerset House).
"
Jane Margaret Ismay of 6 Kingston House, Princes Gate, London SW7 (wife of Thomas Bruce Ismay) died 7 October 1951 Probate Liverpool 19 November 1951 to the said Thomas Bruce Ismay Esq barrister at law Effects 4,622p 6s 9d."


414. Evelyn Constance ISMAY-14

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"3 Q 1897 Evelyn Constance Ismay W. Derby 8b 664.".

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: Evelyn C Sanderson
Death Registration Month/Year: 1940
Age at death (estimated): 43
Registration district: Hitchin
Inferred County: Hertfordshire
Volume: 3a
Page: 1583."

3Census UK 1911.
"Sandheys, Mossley Hill Road, Aigburth
Name Rel Age Cond Occupation Birthplace
Joseph Bruce Ismay Head 48 Mar Shipowner Crosby, Lancashire
Evelyn Constance Ismay Daur 13 Single Mossley Hill, Lancashire
George Bruce Ismay Son 8 Single Mossley Hill, Lancashire
Emily Sefton Servant 23 Single Kitchenmaid, Liverpool, Lancashire
Martha Edwards Servant 19 Single Housemaid, Liverpool, Lancashire
Annie McPherson Servant 52 Single Cook, Braemar, Aberdeen
Margaret Boardman Servant 42 Single Housemaid, Blackros Lancashire
Lucy Hay Servant 44 Single Housemaid, Alvenley Shropshire
Helene Correns Servant 46 Single Governess, Friedrickswalde, Germany
Anna Klockenberg Servant 34 Single Maid, Rakaw, Germany."

4Probate Central Registration (Somerset House).
"Sanderson Evelyn Constance of Ayot Bury, Welwyn, Hertfordshire, (wife of Basil Sanderson) died 9 august 1940 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire. Probate Liverpool 4 January to the saif Basil Sanderson and George Stehen Thompson shipping managers Effects #63502 5s 10d."


Basil SANDERSON-11

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"1 Q 1927 Evelyn C. Ismay & Basil Sanderson St. Geo Han Squ 1a 708."

2Newspapers - The Times.
Publications Binder Vol 2 Entry # 5.
"12 October.1926.
An engagement is announced and the marriage will take place shortly between Basil, younger son of Mr and Mrs H.A. Sanderson of Jenkyn Place, Bentley, Hants and Evelyn Constance, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs Ismay of 15 Hill St. Berlerley Sq. and The Lodge, Costelloe, Ireland. {married 27.1.1927}."

3Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: Basil Sanderson
Birth Date: Aug 1894
Death Registration Month/Year: 1971
Registration district: Hatfield
Inferred County: Hertfordshire
Volume: 4b
Page: 166."


415. ISMAY-4152

1Newspapers - The Liverpool Mercury.
"Thursday, June 7, 1900
Births Ismay - June 5, at Sandheys, Mosseley Hill, the wife of J. Bruce Ismay, of a daughter (stillborn)."


295. James Hainsworth ISMAY-7

1Publications - Who's Who Publication Series.
Publications Vol 1 Section 8.
"Who was Who 1929-1940
Ismay, James Hainsworth, M.A., J.P., Second son of the late Thomas Henry Ismay, Dawpool, Cheshire. b. 4 March 1867, m first in 1892 to Lady Margaret Alice (d1901) eldest daughter of the 6th Marquis of Hertford; m second in 1903 to Muriel Harriett Charles fourth daughter of Lieut-Col MacDonald Moreton, late Coldstream Guards. Five daughters. Educated Elstree; Harrow; Exeter College Oxford. A partner in Ismay.Imrie & Co manager of the White Star Line retired in 1902; High Sheriff of Dorset, 1912; 2nd Lieut Hampshire Carabiniers Yeomanry 1914, transferred to Dorset Yeomanry 1916; Recreations;
Shooting, hunting, fishing. Address Iwerne Minister House, Blandford, Dorset;
and the Cottage, Bembridge, Isle of Wight. Club Arthur's. Died 24 Jan 1930
Education:- Attended Oxford University:- Reference Published Pedigree File."

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"1 Q 1930 James H Ismay, aged 62, Shaftsbury 5a 239."

3Newspapers.
"
Iwerne Churchyard _ Article on Iwerne Minster."

4Census UK 1871 .
"39 Lee Terrace, Lee, Kent, England
RG10 764, ff 102b, Page 30, Schedule 101
Name Rel Status Age Occupation Where Born
Robert Wood Hd Mar 35 Solicitor Maryport, Cumb
Sarah Wood Wife Mar 29 Maryport, Cumb
Margaret Ismay Visitor Mar 32 Wife T.H. Ismay L'pool N. Sheilds, N'Land
James H Ismay Visitor Unm 4 Son of Above Waterloo, Lancs
Ethel S Ismay Visitor Unm 11mo Daur of Above Waterloo, Lancs
Frances A Headock Visitor Mar 39 Wife of John Headock L'Pool Malton, Yorkshire
Margaret Gregory Visitor Unm 34 Nurse to Mrs Ismay Manchester
Eliz Armstrong Serv Unm 25 Cook Carlisle, Cumb
Annie Bailey Serv Unm 16 Housemaid Carlisle, Cumb
John Scott Serv Unm 17 Groom Reigate, Surrey."

5John Forster , Publications - Alumini Oxoniesis:- 1715-1886.
"
Alumini Oxoniesis:- John Forster 1715-1886

Ismay James Hainsworth second son of Thomas Henry, of Waterloo, Gent. Exeter
College. Matric 23 Oct 1885, aged 18."

6Editor M.G. Dauglish & P.I.C. Stephenson, Publications - Harrow School Register 1800 - 1911 .
"
Ismay James Hainsworth (Small Houses) son of T.H. Ismay Esq, Dawpool, Thurstaston, Cheshire. Left 1894 (1): Exeter Coll Oxford BA 1890 MA 1892. James Hainsworth Ismay Iwerne Minster House, Blandford. Started in 1882 (1)."

7Publications - Oxford Men 1880 - 1892.
"
Ismay James Hainsworth second son of Thomas Henry, of Waterloo, Gent.
Educated at Harrow, Exeter College. Matric 23 Oct 1885, aged 18. B.A. 1890 and M.A. 1892."

8Census UK 1891 , RG 12 3003 ff 110 Page 2 Schedule 9.
"
RG 12 3003 ff 110 Page 2 Schedule 9
Childwall Abbey, Church Road, Childwall, Lancashire, England
Name Rel Cond Age Occupation Birth
Jane Runner Head Widow 77 Hotel Owner Broad Green, Lancs
Jane Elizabeth Runner Daur Unm 43 Childwall , Lancs
Ellen Cicilia Toffe Daur Widow 41 Childwall , Lancs
James Hainsworth Ismay Boarder Unm 24 Ship Owner Waterloo, Lancs."

Copy on File.

9Public Record Office, Census UK 1901 , PRO Census Web Page, RG 13 3386 ff 62 Page 15 Schedule 85.
"RG 13 3386 ff 62 Page 15 Schedule 85
Caldy Manor, West Kirby, Cheshire, England
Name Rel Cond Age Occupation Birth
James H. Ismay Head Mar 34 Ship Owner Waterloo, Lancs
Margaret A. Ismay Wife Mar 32 London, London
Winifred M. Ismay Daur Unm 7 Christleton, Ches
Dorothy A. Ismay Daur Unm 5 West Kirby, Ches
George H Norris Visitor Unm 57 Barrister Solict Wroxton, Oxford
Marcus R Hill-Trevor Visitor Unm 28 Living on Own Means Chirk, Denbigh
Charles Vanderbill Visitor Unm 27 Lieut 16th Lancers Paddington, London
Mabel l Gyl Visitor Unm 19 Living on Own Means Paddington, London
Laura A Visitor Mar 32 Living on Own Means Surbiton, Surrey
Duff-Aston-Smith
Anna J Jenkins Visitor Mar 32 Living on Own Means Cologne, Germany (B.S.)
Andrew Hutt Serv Unm 28 Butler Dom Scotland
Walter J Stevens Serv Unm 23 Footman Dom Slowe, Shropshire
Robert H Evans Serv Unm 21 Footman Dom Treghorn, Shropshire
Herbert A Crouch Serv Unm 23 Pvt 16th Lancers, Valet Dom Bow, London
Elizabeth Dunn Serv Unm 34 Cook Dom Scotland
Elizabeth M Neath Serv Unm 26 Housemaid Dom Llanfatreg, Carmarthen
Elizabeth Duncam Serv Unm 25 Housemaid Dom Scotland."
Copy on File.

10Census UK 1911.
"Iwerne Minster House, Blandfrod, Shaftesbury
Name Rel Age Cond Yrs Mar Occupation Birthplace
James Hainsworth Ismay Head 44 Married 7 Private Means Waterloo, Lancashire
Muriel Harriet Charles IsmayWife 30 Married 7 St Peters, London
Olive Moreton Ismay Daur 6 Single St Georges, London
Viola Bruce Ismay Daur 3 Single Westminster, London
Charles Douglas Ward Servant 27 Single Valet Domestic Alderley Edge, Cheshire
Edmund Cash Servant 28 Single Footman Dom Chirk Bank, Shropshire
Mark Edward Hopkins Servant 33 Single Odd Man Dom North Leigh, Oxfordshire
Frederick Victor Coley Servant 19 Single Footman Dom Benenden, Kent
George Leopold Servant 17 Single Hall Boy Dom Marylebone, London
Kendrick De Burger
Mollie Mollison Servant 37 Single Hospital Nurse Aberystwyth, Cardigan
Rose Ashdown Servant 38 Single Nurse Dom Rochester, Kent
Annie Louisa Russell Servant 22 Single Nursery Maid Eastbourne, Sussex
Louisa Johns Servant 48 Single House Keeper Taunton, Somerset
Francis Alice Gill Servant 33 Single Cook Domestic Moss Basford
Minnie Munners Servant 27 Single Maid Domestic Exberry, Hampshire
Amelia Tompson Servant 22 Single Maid Domestic Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire
Amelia Ellen Chappell Servant 32 Single Skill Room Laceby, Lincolnshire
Maid Domestic
Emma Marsden Servant 23 Single Under Still Room Crick Car, Derbyshire
Maid Domestic
Susanna Wasson Servant 22 Single Housemaid Dom Letterbin Resident, Co. Wicklow
Florence Woodall Servant 24 Single Housemaid Dom Bubwith, Yorkshire."

11Probate Central Registration (Somerset House).
"Probate: Abstract

The Will of James Hainsworth Ismay, late of Iwerne Minister House, Blandford, Dorset, died 24 January 1930. Probate Liverpool 23 April 1930 to Muriel Harriett Charles Ismay (widow), Noel Christian Livingstone Learmouth and Edward Hothan Rouse Boughton, Captains in H.M. Army and Ralph Richard Abel Smith, Lieutenant H.M. Army. Valued at &174,983-1s-9d."


Margaret Alice SEYMOUR-3

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"
4 Q 1892 James Hainsworth Ismay Alcester 6d 1148."

2Parish Registers - Arrow.
"
Nov 10, 1892 pg 92 entry # 184 states
Name Age Cond Rank Residence Father Rank
James 26 Bac Gent Thurstaston Thomas Gentleman
Hainsworth Henry
Ismay Ismay
Margaret 23 Sp Ragley Hall Hugh de Grey Marquis
Seymour Seymour
By Banns 6th Marquis of Hertford
Witnesses by:- Hertford, T.H. Ismay, Mary Watford, Emily M Hertford."

3Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

3 Q 1901 Margaret Alice Ismay, aged 32, Wirral 8a 297.

4Richard Turner, Family History Society of Cheshire
amily History Society of Cheshire, Monumental Inscription - England, Cheshire, Thurstaston, St Bartholomew, LDS Microfiche # 6,343,534.
"

CP 17
To the glory of God and in loving memory of Margaret Aice wife of James Ismay, and the eldest daughter of Hugh 6th Marquis of Hertford born 22 Marchl 1869, died 18 August 1901 this tablet is placed by some of those who loved her. "Be thou faithful unto death and I will give thee a crown of life"

CP 14
To the glory of God and in everlasting memory of Margaret Aice born 22 Marchl 1869, died 18 August 1901 wife of James Ismay, and the eldest daughter of Hugh 6th Marquis of Hertford this tablet is placed by her husband and their two children Margaret and Dorothy Alys. "He is not a God of the dead but of the living, for all live unto Him."."

5Chruch of England, Parish Registers - Thurstaston, Cheshire, England, St Jude's
/I>, Cheshire County Record Office, Duke Street, Chester, Cheshire, England, P48/1/1-2; P48/2; P48/3/1-2, P48/5693.
"C 1706-1907, M 1706-1837 (Some Gaps), B 1706-1946
LDS Film # 2,191047 Items 1-5, 2,301,157 Item 9.".
"Burials in the Parish of Thurstaston in the County of Chester in the year 1901
Name Abode When Buried Age By Whom
Lady Margaret Caldy Manor August 21 32 R.E. Walker Alice Ismay West Kirkby Ambrose Charlesworth
Rector
Entry 369."

6Census UK 1911.
"Iwerne Minster House, Blandfrod, Shaftesbury
Name Rel Age Cond Yrs Mar Occupation Birthplace
James Hainsworth Ismay Head 44 Married 7 Private Means Waterloo, Lancashire
Muriel Harriet Charles IsmayWife 30 Married 7 St Peters, London
Olive Moreton Ismay Daur 6 Single St Georges, London
Viola Bruce Ismay Daur 3 Single Westminster, London
Charles Douglas Ward Servant 27 Single Valet Domestic Alderley Edge, Cheshire
Edmund Cash Servant 28 Single Footman Dom Chirk Bank, Shropshire
Mark Edward Hopkins Servant 33 Single Odd Man Dom North Leigh, Oxfordshire
Frederick Victor Coley Servant 19 Single Footman Dom Benenden, Kent
George Leopold Servant 17 Single Hall Boy Dom Marylebone, London
Kendrick De Burger
Mollie Mollison Servant 37 Single Hospital Nurse Aberystwyth, Cardigan
Rose Ashdown Servant 38 Single Nurse Dom Rochester, Kent
Annie Louisa Russell Servant 22 Single Nursery Maid Eastbourne, Sussex
Louisa Johns Servant 48 Single House Keeper Taunton, Somerset
Francis Alice Gill Servant 33 Single Cook Domestic Moss Basford
Minnie Munners Servant 27 Single Maid Domestic Exberry, Hampshire
Amelia Tompson Servant 22 Single Maid Domestic Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire
Amelia Ellen Chappell Servant 32 Single Skill Room Laceby, Lincolnshire
Maid Domestic
Emma Marsden Servant 23 Single Under Still Room Crick Car, Derbyshire
Maid Domestic
Susanna Wasson Servant 22 Single Housemaid Dom Letterbin Resident, Co. Wicklow
Florence Woodall Servant 24 Single Housemaid Dom Bubwith, Yorkshire."


417. Winnifred Margaret ISMAY-1392

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"3 Q 1893 Winnifred Margaret Ismay Chester 8a 430."

2Newspapers - The Daily News

"Saturday September 2 1893. Birth
ISMAY 30th August at Chrisleton Rectory, Cheshire, the Lady Margaret Ismay, of a daughter."

3Newspapers - The Hampshire Advertiser.
"Wednesday, September 06, 1893
Births Ismay - On the 30th August, at Christleton Rectory, Chester, the Lady Margaret Ismay, of a daughter."

4Parish Registers - Arrow.
"name: Winifred Margaret Ismay
event: Christening
event date: 08 Oct 1893
event place: Arrow, Warwickshire, England
gender:
age:
marital status:
father: James Hainsworth Ismay
mother: Margaret Alice
spouse:
spouse's marital status:
spouse's father:
spouse's mother:
film number: 1067391
digital folder number: 4291996
image number: 00275."

5WEB Site - Gencircles.Com.

6Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"1 Q 1942 Winnifred L Learmouth, aged 48, Northampton, 3b 140."

7Public Record Office, Census UK 1901 , PRO Census Web Page.
"RG 13 3386 ff 62 Page 15 Schedule 85
Caldy Manor, West Kirby, Cheshire, England
Name Rel Cond Age Occupation Birth
James H. Ismay Head Mar 34 Ship Owner Waterloo, Lancs
Margaret A. Ismay Wife Mar 32 London, London
Winifred M. Ismay Daur Unm 7 Christleton, Ches
Dorothy A. Ismay Daur Unm 5 West Kirby, Ches
George H Norris Visitor Unm 57 Barrister Solict Wroxton, Oxford
Marcus R Hill-Trevor Visitor Unm 28 Living on Own Means Chirk, Denbigh
Charles Vanderbill Visitor Unm 27 Lieut 16th Lancers Paddington, London
Mabel l Gyl Visitor Unm 19 Living on Own Means Paddington, London
Laura A Visitor Mar 32 Living on Own Means Surbiton, Surrey
Duff-Aston-Smith
Anna J Jenkins Visitor Mar 32 Living on Own Means Cologne, Germany (B.S.)
Andrew Hutt Serv Unm 28 Butler Dom Scotland
Walter J Stevens Serv Unm 23 Footman Dom Slowe, Shropshire
Robert H Evans Serv Unm 21 Footman Dom Treghorn, Shropshire
Herbert A Crouch Serv Unm 23 Pvt 16th Lancers, Valet Dom Bow, London
Elizabeth Dunn Serv Unm 34 Cook Dom Scotland
Elizabeth M Neath Serv Unm 26 Housemaid Dom Llanfatreg, Carmarthen
Elizabeth Duncam Serv Unm 25 Housemaid Dom Scotland."

8Census UK 1911.
"Iwerne Minster House, Blandfrod, Shaftesbury
Name Rel Age Cond Yrs Mar Occupation Birthplace
James Hainsworth Ismay Head 44 Married 7 Private Means Waterloo, Lancashire
Muriel Harriet Charles IsmayWife 30 Married 7 St Peters, London
Olive Moreton Ismay Daur 6 Single St Georges, London
Viola Bruce Ismay Daur 3 Single Westminster, London
Charles Douglas Ward Servant 27 Single Valet Domestic Alderley Edge, Cheshire
Edmund Cash Servant 28 Single Footman Dom Chirk Bank, Shropshire
Mark Edward Hopkins Servant 33 Single Odd Man Dom North Leigh, Oxfordshire
Frederick Victor Coley Servant 19 Single Footman Dom Benenden, Kent
George Leopold Servant 17 Single Hall Boy Dom Marylebone, London
Kendrick De Burger
Mollie Mollison Servant 37 Single Hospital Nurse Aberystwyth, Cardigan
Rose Ashdown Servant 38 Single Nurse Dom Rochester, Kent
Annie Louisa Russell Servant 22 Single Nursery Maid Eastbourne, Sussex
Louisa Johns Servant 48 Single House Keeper Taunton, Somerset
Francis Alice Gill Servant 33 Single Cook Domestic Moss Basford
Minnie Munners Servant 27 Single Maid Domestic Exberry, Hampshire
Amelia Tompson Servant 22 Single Maid Domestic Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire
Amelia Ellen Chappell Servant 32 Single Skill Room Laceby, Lincolnshire
Maid Domestic
Emma Marsden Servant 23 Single Under Still Room Crick Car, Derbyshire
Maid Domestic
Susanna Wasson Servant 22 Single Housemaid Dom Letterbin Resident, Co. Wicklow
Florence Woodall Servant 24 Single Housemaid Dom Bubwith, Yorkshire."


Noel Christian LIVINGSTONE-LEARMOUTH-1589

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"2 Q 1913 Winifred M. Ismay & Noel C. Livingstone-Learmouth Shaftesbury 5d 417."

2Edwin Brocklehurst Livingston, Publications - The Livingstons of Callendar and their Principal Cadets. The history of an old Stirlingshire Family
/I> (Edinburgh University Press).
"Noel Christian, born at Ercildoun, Ballarat, Australia, 25 Decemebr 1871; Capt R.A. 1914; A.D.C., Brigadier- General Hellyer Solonika 1915; 1914-1915 War Service and Victory Medal. He married Winnifred Margaret Ismay, daughter of James H. Ismay, Esq and Lady Margaret Ismay of Iwerne Minster, Dorset at St Mary's Church, Iwerne Minster on 26 April 1913 and has issue. (i) Margaret France born 25 February 1914 at Wyndham House. Sloane gardens, London, (ii) Ursula Joan, born 14 December 1916 at 1, Lennox Gardens, London S.W."

3WEB Site - Gencircles.Com.

4WEB Site - Gencircles.Com.

5Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"2 Q 1942 Noel C.L. Learmouth, aged 70, Marylebone 1a 483."


418. Dorothy Alys ISMAY-1393

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"2 q 1895 Dorothy Alys Ismay Wirral 8a 476.".

2Newspapers - The Liverpool Mercury.
"Saturday April 13 1895. Birth
ISMAY. April 12th at Caldy Manor, West Kirby, the Lady Margaret Ismay, of a daughter."

3Church of England, Bishop's Transcripts - Thurstaston, Cheshire, England, LDs Film # 1,836,236 Item 1 Cheshire RO Ref EDB/201, Entry # 668.
1587 - 1895 Some intermittent years are missing.
"
Baptismal Register Page 149 Entry # 668
28 May 1895, Dorothy Alys daughter of James Hainsworth and Margaret ALice Ismay of Calder Manor, Shipowner was baptised by C.M. {Norsnaus} Archdeacon of Macclesfield."."

4Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: Dorothy Alys R Boughton
Birth Date: 12 Apr 1895
Date of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec 1975
Age at Death: 80
Registration district: Ludlow
Inferred County: Shropshire
Volume: 30
Page: 0065."

5Public Record Office, Census UK 1901 , PRO Census Web Page.
"RG 13 3386 ff 62 Page 15 Schedule 85
Caldy Manor, West Kirby, Cheshire, England
Name Rel Cond Age Occupation Birth
James H. Ismay Head Mar 34 Ship Owner Waterloo, Lancs
Margaret A. Ismay Wife Mar 32 London, London
Winifred M. Ismay Daur Unm 7 Christleton, Ches
Dorothy A. Ismay Daur Unm 5 West Kirby, Ches
George H Norris Visitor Unm 57 Barrister Solict Wroxton, Oxford
Marcus R Hill-Trevor Visitor Unm 28 Living on Own Means Chirk, Denbigh
Charles Vanderbill Visitor Unm 27 Lieut 16th Lancers Paddington, London
Mabel l Gyl Visitor Unm 19 Living on Own Means Paddington, London
Laura A Visitor Mar 32 Living on Own Means Surbiton, Surrey
Duff-Aston-Smith
Anna J Jenkins Visitor Mar 32 Living on Own Means Cologne, Germany (B.S.)
Andrew Hutt Serv Unm 28 Butler Dom Scotland
Walter J Stevens Serv Unm 23 Footman Dom Slowe, Shropshire
Robert H Evans Serv Unm 21 Footman Dom Treghorn, Shropshire
Herbert A Crouch Serv Unm 23 Pvt 16th Lancers, Valet Dom Bow, London
Elizabeth Dunn Serv Unm 34 Cook Dom Scotland
Elizabeth M Neath Serv Unm 26 Housemaid Dom Llanfatreg, Carmarthen
Elizabeth Duncam Serv Unm 25 Housemaid Dom Scotland."

6Census UK 1911.
"Iwerne Minster House, Blandfrod, Shaftesbury
Name Rel Age Cond Yrs Mar Occupation Birthplace
James Hainsworth Ismay Head 44 Married 7 Private Means Waterloo, Lancashire
Muriel Harriet Charles IsmayWife 30 Married 7 St Peters, London
Olive Moreton Ismay Daur 6 Single St Georges, London
Viola Bruce Ismay Daur 3 Single Westminster, London
Charles Douglas Ward Servant 27 Single Valet Domestic Alderley Edge, Cheshire
Edmund Cash Servant 28 Single Footman Dom Chirk Bank, Shropshire
Mark Edward Hopkins Servant 33 Single Odd Man Dom North Leigh, Oxfordshire
Frederick Victor Coley Servant 19 Single Footman Dom Benenden, Kent
George Leopold Servant 17 Single Hall Boy Dom Marylebone, London
Kendrick De Burger
Mollie Mollison Servant 37 Single Hospital Nurse Aberystwyth, Cardigan
Rose Ashdown Servant 38 Single Nurse Dom Rochester, Kent
Annie Louisa Russell Servant 22 Single Nursery Maid Eastbourne, Sussex
Louisa Johns Servant 48 Single House Keeper Taunton, Somerset
Francis Alice Gill Servant 33 Single Cook Domestic Moss Basford
Minnie Munners Servant 27 Single Maid Domestic Exberry, Hampshire
Amelia Tompson Servant 22 Single Maid Domestic Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire
Amelia Ellen Chappell Servant 32 Single Skill Room Laceby, Lincolnshire
Maid Domestic
Emma Marsden Servant 23 Single Under Still Room Crick Car, Derbyshire
Maid Domestic
Susanna Wasson Servant 22 Single Housemaid Dom Letterbin Resident, Co. Wicklow
Florence Woodall Servant 24 Single Housemaid Dom Bubwith, Yorkshire."


Edward Hotham Rouse BOUGHTON-2309

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

4 q 1916 Dorothy A Ismay & Edward H.R. Boughton St Geo Han Squ 1a 1027.

2Newspapers - The Times.
Publications Binder Vol 2 Entry # 5.
"7 October.1916.
The marriage has been arranged between Mr Edward Hotham Rouse-Boughton, Hussars and Miss Dorothy Alys Ismay and will take place early November. [marriage took place 7.11.1916}."


Muriel Harriett Charles MORETON-265

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
" 4 Q 1903 James Hainsworth Ismay Isle of Wight 2b 1323.".

2Parish Registers - Bambridge, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, England.
"
The marriage register of the Parish Church of Bembridge, Isle of Wight, Hampshire for Oct 6, 1903 pg 2 entry # 3 states
Name Age Cond Rank Residence Father Rank
James 36 Wid Gentleman Richard's Thomas Gentleman
Hainsworth Castle, Henry
Ismay Ludlow Ismay
Muriel 23 Sp Newbridge Augustus Late Lt Col
Harriett MacDonald Coldstream
Charles Moreton Guards
MacDonald
Moreton
By Banns
Witnesses by:- Margaret Ismay & (A.H.?) MacDonald Moreton."

3Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: Muriel Charles Moreton
Year of Registration: 1880
Quarter of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep
District: St George Hanover Square
County: London, Middlesex
Volume: 1a
Page: 413."

4Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

3 Qtr 1958 Muriel H.C. Ismay, aged 78, Marylebone 5d 260.

5Newspapers - The Times.
Publications Binder Vol 2 Entry # 5.
"17 September 1958.
Muriel Harriet Charles Ismay, widow of James Ismay. Funeral at Iwerne Minster, Blandford, Dorset. Saturday 20th September 1958."

6Probate Central Registration (Somerset House).
"
Muriel Harriett Charles Ismay of Toneland Farm, Bembridge, Isle of Wight, widow died 17 Sep 1958 at 20 Devonshire Place St, Marylebone, London W.1. Probate Liverpool 19 March 1959 to Ralph Richard Abel Smith farmer and Viola Bruce Bourne (wife of Roland Michael Bourne) Effects 14,922p 12s 0d."


420. Viola Bruce ISMAY-1395

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: Viola Bruce Bourne
Birth Date: 18 Mar 1908
Death Registration Month/Year: Jun 1987
Age at death (estimated): 79
Registration district: Leicestershire Central
Inferred County: Leicestershire
Volume: 6 Page: 1610."


Robert Macauley FANSHAWE-1398

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

4 Q 1930 Viola B Ismay & Robert M Fanshawe St. Martin 1a 1203.

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: Robert Macaulay Fanshawe
Birth Date: 22 Feb 1904
Death Registration Month/Year: 1974
Registration district: North Cotswold
Inferred County: Gloucestershire
Volume: 22
Page: 2055."


Roland Michael BOURNE-4552

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: Roland M Bourne
Year of Registration: 1912
Quarter of Registration: Apr-May-Jun
Mother's Maiden Name: Michael
District: Nottingham
County: Nottinghamshire
Volume: 7b
Page: 618."

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: Roland Michael Bourne
Birth Date: 7 Mar 1912
Death Registration Month/Year: 1976
Registration district: Rutland
Inferred County: Leicestershire
Volume: 6
Page: 2364."


421. Pamela Murial ISMAY-1396

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

3 Q 1913 Pamela M Ismay Chelsea 1a 699 Mother Moreton.

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: Pamela Muriel Johnson
Birth Date: 8 Sep 1913
Death Registration Month/Year: Nov 1988
Age at death (estimated): 75
Registration district: Windsor and Maidenhead
Inferred County: Berkshire
Volume: 19
Page: 819."


John Charles Eric Arnott JOHNSON-3597

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

3 Q 1940 Pamela M Ismay & John C.E.A. Johnson Westminster 1a 1398.

2Newspapers - The Times.
Publications Binder Vol 2 Entry # 5.
"20 August 1940.
An engagement has been announce between Wing Commander John Charles Eric Arnott Johnson youngest son of the late Capt. William Johnson, Inniskilling Dragoons and the late Mrs Johnson, to Pamela Muriel Ismay, younger daughter of the late Mr James Ismay and of his wife Mrs Ismay of the Cottage, Bembridge, Isle of Wight. {married 7.9.1940}."

3Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: John Charles E A Johnson
Year of Registration: 1897
Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec
District: Stow On The Wold
County: Gloucestershire, Worcestershire
Volume: 6a
Page: 366."

4Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: John Charles E A Johnson
Birth Date: 25 Sep 1897
Death Registration Month/Year: 1983
Registration district: Surrey North Western
Inferred County: Surrey
Volume: 17
Page: 0849."


299. Charles Bower ISMAY-257

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

1 Q 1874 Charles Bower Ismay West Derby 8b 486.

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

1 Q 1924 Charles B. Ismay, aged 50, Brixworth 3b 110.

3Newspapers - The Times.
Publications Binder Vol 2 Entry # 5.
"OBITUARY---MR. C. BOWER ISMAY
Monday 26 May 1924
Mr. Charles Bower Ismay, of Hazelbeech Hall, Northampton, who had been ill for some weeks, died yesterday morning. He was well known on the Turf, and was the owner of Craganour, which ran in the famous Derby of 1913. His grandfather, Joseph Ismay was a builder of small boats at Maryport, in Cumberland, and his father, Thomas Ismay, joining a firm of Liverpool shipowners, ultimately founded the White Star Line. He was born on January 24, 1874, the third son of T. H. Ismay, and first began to take an active interest in racing about the beginning of this century, and he ran a horse in the Grand National of 1905. His Bloodstone finished second to Jerry M. in 1912, and in Ally Sloper's year, Jacobus, his second string, came in second. With Balscadden Mr. Ismay won among other races the Grand Auteuil Hurdle Race, the Lancashire Steeplechase, the Prince Edward Handicap, and the Newbury Autumn Cup Twice, also the Welsh Grand National with Jacobus. But by far his most famous horse was Craganour, which as a colt he bought for 3,200 guineas from Sir Tatton Sykes. The horse won the New Stakes at Ascot and the Exeter Stakes at Newmarket, but was beaten at Goodwood by Rock Flint. That proved to be his only defeat as a two-year old, and he took the Prince of Wales' Plate at York, the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster, and the Middle Park Plate at Newmarket, and became the winter favourite for the Derby. As a three-year old he began with a defeat at Liverpool, and finished second in the Two Thousand to Louvois. A fortnight later he easily beat Louvois in the Newmarket Stakes. As the Derby of 1913 drew near Craganour became a strong public favourite. There were two sensational incidents in the race, for not only was the King's horse, Anmer, brought down by a suffragist at Tattenham Corner and his jockey carried in bleeding and unconscious, but Craganour's number was hoisted as the winner, only to be followed by his disqualification, the race being awarded to Aboyeur. The Stewards, curiously enough, included the late Major Eustace Loder, who had bred the colt and sold him and his dam, Veneration II., half-sister to Pretty Polly, to the Sledmere stud. The disqualification aroused a vast amount of discussion, but none of the Stewards ever gave any explanation of the grounds on which the decision was arrived at. After the race Mr. Ismay accepted an offer of £30,000 from Señor Martinez de Hoz for Craganour, who went to the Argentine, where he did well as a sire. Mr. Ismay was fond of hunting, and was often seen with the Pytchley and Mr. Fernie's, as well as the Bedale and the Hurworth. He had also done a good deal of big game shooting, chiefly in East Africa and the Sudan. In the South African war he served as a trooper in the Northumberland Yeomanry. During the war he was attached to the 12th Lancers in France from January, 1915, to November, 1916, and was then transferred to the Remount service. He married in 1900 Matilda Constance, daughter of George R. Schieffelin, of New York; her elder sister had married his brother, Mr. J. B. Ismay, some 12 years before."

4Newspapers - The New York Times.
Publications Binder Vol 2 Entry # 12.
"London May 25 - captain Bower Ismay, shipowner and racehorse fancier, died today at Hazel Beech hall, Northamptonshire. He had been ill since Fb 8 with sleeping sickness
the disease, according to medical authorities, has become increasingly prevalent recently in England, especially at Birmingham, where there is said to be an epidemic and where numerous deaths have occurred
Mr Ismay's wife was Matilda C Schieffelin of New York."

5Newspapers - The Times.
"25 May 1924.
Charles Bowyer Ismay in his 50th year of Haselbech Hall, Northampton. Funeral Wednesday at Haselbech Church at 3.00pm. Cars will meet train at Northampton leaving Euston at 12 noon, return train leaves Northampton 5.00pm, due Euston 6.25pm."

6Census UK 1881 .
"RG11-3695 ff 88
Great Crosby, Lancashire
Name Rel Status Age Occupation Where Born
Thomas Hy Ismay Hd Mar 44 Justice of the Peace Maryport, Cul
Margaret " Wife " 43 Nottinghamshire
Joseph Bruce " Son Unm 18 Shipowner's Appren Gt. Crosby, Lancs
Ethel Sealby " Daur " 10 Scholar Waterloo Lancs
Ada " Daur " 9 Scholar Waterloo Lancs
Dora " Daur " 9 Scholar Waterloo Lancs
Charles B. " Son " 7 Scholar Waterloo Lancs
Charlotte " Daur " 7 Scholar Waterloo Lancs."

7Editor M.G. Dauglish & P.I.C. Stephenson, Publications - Harrow School Register 1800 - 1911 .
"
Ismay Charles Bower (Small Houses & Mr. Bushell's) son of T.H. Ismay Esq, Dawpool, Thurstaston, Cheshire. Left 1891 (3): Served with Imperial Yeomanry in the Boer War. Charles Bower Ismay Esq. Haselbach Hall, Northants. Started in 1889 (1)."

8Census UK 1891 , RG 12 2893 ff 29 Page 10 & 11 Schedule 43.
"
RG 12 2893 ff 29 Page 10 & 11 Schedule 43
25 Devonshire Place, Claughton cum Grange, Cheshire, England
Name Rel Status Age Occupation Where Born
Harry H Laird Hd Mar 52 Shipbuilder & Marine Eng Birkenhead, Cheshire
Jessie " Wife " 50 Birkenhead, Cheshire
Jessie C G " Daur Unm 22 Birkenhead, Cheshire
Roy ?? " Son " 16 Schoolboy Birkenhead, Cheshire
Charles B Ismay Visitor " 17 Schoolboy Waterloo, Lancs."

9Publications - The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy.
Publications Binder Vol 1 Entry # 1.
"
Page 655
ISMAY Matilda Constance Schieffelin (Mrs. C. Bower), b N.Y. City
8-William Lawrence (qv);
7-Joseph (1666-1758), m 1690, Mary Townley;
6-Richard (b 1691), m 1717, Hannah Bowne (1697-1748)
5-John (1731-94), m 1755, Ann Burling (1735-1821);
4-Hannah, m Jacob Scheffelin (1757-1835)
3-Richard L. (1801-89), m Margaret Helen McKay.
2-Dau. of George Richard Scheffelin (1836-1910), A.B., Columbia, '55, lawyer, New York, M 1866, Julia Matilda Delaphaine (1841-1915); for isssue and other lines see George R.D. Scheffelin (page 198)
M- Jan. 13, 1900, C. Bower Ismay, b Lancashire, Eng., Jan, 24, 1874; son of Thomas H Ismay of Dawpool, England.; Issue: 1- Florence Delaphaine, b London, Eng., July 21, 1909
Residence: Haselbech Hall, Northampton, Eng."

Copy on File Misc Vol 1 Entry # 1.

10Private Papers - Charles Bower Ismay & Family.
"ISMAY (HASELBECH)
Catalogue Ref. ZB 291
Creator(s): Ismay family of Haselbech, Northamptonshire [Access Conditions] Access to the cine film collection is restricted to members of the public. Prior arrangement must be made with the County Archivist.
[from Administrative History] The papers of Charles Bower Ismay, his wife Matilda Constance, their daughter Florence Delaphanie and Dr. Dora K. Smee. Ismay was an owner of the White Star Shipping Line and purchased Haselbech Hall as his country estate in 1908. He died unexpectedly in 1924 leaving his wife, an American heiress, to run the estate. They had an only daughter but Haselbech was left to Mrs Ismay's companion Dora Smee. Dr. Smee was an academic geographer, of Bedford College, London.
B. Estate, household and personal papers II. Haselbech Hall and Gate Cottage documents and household and also personal papers ZB 291/238 - date: 1942-1945; undated Letters written to Mrs. Ismay by members of the armed forces mostly those formerly billetted at Haselbech Hall, including photograph of Highland Light Infantry Officers outside the Hall ZB 291/500 - date: 1941/1943 Lists of (mainly) other ranks in groups or parties shown films by Mrs. Ismay ZB 291/633 - date: 1941Letter about a misunderstanding as to which men Mrs. Ismay wished to entertain ZB 291/637 - date: 1939 Accounts and balance sheet of late C.B.I.'s portion of T.H. Ismay's estate ZB 291/268 - date: 1945, 1961Letters, accounts &c. of charitable donations made on Mrs. Ismay's behalf under a charity agreement ZB 291/821 - date: 1929 Diary (engagement book) of F.D. Ismay ZB 291/824 - date: 1931Diary (engagement book) of F.D. Ismay ZB 291/825 - date: 1932 Diary and engagement book of (Mrs. Ismay) ZB 291/286 - date: 1917 Article about C. Bower Ismay's racing interests ZB 291/725 - date: 1912 List of C. Bower Ismay's winning racehorses ZB 291/727 - date: 1924 Estate duty account, late C.B. Ismay, with valuation of contents of Hall ZB 291/728 - date: 1924 Receipted bills paid by executrix of C.B. Ismay ZB 291/729 - date: 1924 Obituaries of C.B. Ismay, note about his will &c. ZB 291/287 - date: 1897 Letters about refusal of a title by Thomas Ismay ZB 291/739 - date: 1928 Advertisement of Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy giving ancestry of M.C. Ismay ZB 291/741 - date: 1909 Birth certificate of F.D. Ismay ZB 291/864 - date: 1924-1931 Account book of F.D. Ismay, balanced monthly ZB 291/742 - date: 1933 Marriage certificate of P.R.C. Manser and F.D. Ismay C. Village affairs I. Church matters ZB 291/312 - date: Circa 1925 Detailed drawing of proposed screen for belfry tower in memory of C. Bower Ismay (d.1924) by Andrew Russell Ltd. ZB 291/553 - date: 1930 Church order of service at dedication of peal of bells in memory of C.B. Ismay and correspondence re installation of same ZB 291/874 - date: 1949-1965 File: papers re tithe rent charge and repair of chancel, 1949, sequestration, provision of new rector, benefice income, institution arrangements &c. 1950-51, function of P.C.C. committee 1951, insurance of church 1952, renovating church bell frame 1953, donation to clock or heating fund 1953, covenant re income 1955, 1958, meeting re heating church 1958, meeting held at wrong time of day, 1958, donations 1960, to organ fund 1961, and re article by rector about the church not mentioning Mrs. Ismay's gift, 1965 ZB 291/320 - date: 1966 Form of service at dedication of window in memory of Mrs. Ismay (with a cutting about same) IV Miscellaneous parish and other local papers ZB 291/772 - date: 1938-1947 Correspondence re Mrs. Ismay's gift of prizes to Northants Agricultural Society shows 1938-40, accounts 1946-7, and lists of members F. Photograph Albums and Films 1. Albums of mounted photographs mostly captioned, nearly all taken by Mrs. Ismay ZB 291/910 - date: Undated Possibly Sudan. These photographs are larger and probably not taken by Mrs. Ismay 2. Loose photographs, with numbers of rolls of negative ZB 291/953/1-35 - date: Circa 1937-1949 ZB 291/953/5. Mrs. Ismay and grandchild on garden path, 1937 ZB 291/953/6. Mrs. Ismay and grandchild, in front of rose garden statue, 1937 ZB 291/953/11. Mrs. Bruce Ismay and dogs on garden seat ZB 291/955/1-5 - date: Circa 1933 ZB 291/955/2. Looking at altar close to on day of Miss F.D. Ismay's wedding, 1933 ZB 291/956/1-6 - date: Undated Tombstone of C. Bower Ismay ZB 291/957/1-28 - date: Circa 1940-1950 ZB 291/957/10. Mrs. Ismay and Dr. Smee at the Hall door ] ZB 291/957/11. Mrs. Ismay at her desk ] ZB 291/957/16. Mrs. Ismay by same, (1942) - 208/29 ZB 291/961/1-3 - date: Circa 1942-1943 ZB 291/961/3. Page in register of loans with signature of Mrs. Ismay for every book returned (1942) ZB 291/962/1-113 - date: Circa 1942-1943 ZB 291/962/59. A group of officers and wives with Mrs. Ismay, outside Gate Cottage front door - 220/1 ZB 291/962/60. A group of officers and wives with Mrs. Ismay, outside Gate Cottage front door - 220/2 ZB 291/962/61. A group of officers and wives with Mrs. Ismay, without Mrs. Ismay - 220/4 ] ZB 291/962/62. A group of officers and wives with Mrs. Ismay - 220/6 ZB 291/962/63. Group of 6 officers, and wives with Mrs. Ismay, names on back - 220/11 ZB 291/963/1-17 - date: Undated ZB 291/963/12. Officers, soldiers, wives &c. seated watching an event (inc. Mrs. Ismay) ZB 291/965/1-16 - date: Circa 1935 ZB 291/965/9. Mrs. Ismay (?) standing before the south front door ZB 291/965/15. Mrs. Ismay with dog on sofa ZB 291/965/16. Enlargement of ZB 291/965/15 (Mrs. Ismay and dog) ZB 291/969 - date: Circa 1935 - 1936 43/2-4, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 20, 21, 23, 25, 27, 31-33, 35, 36, 38 - Mrs. Ismay and dogs on sofa in Haselbech Hall ZB 291/970/1-2 - date: 1935 Photograph of Mrs. Ismay with dog on sofa (1935? and of dog, gardener and wheelbarrow ZB 291/974/1-35 - date: Circa 1935-1938 64/18, 19 Mrs. Ismay with child, 1937 ZB 291/976/1-72 - date: Circa 1933-1938 ZB 291/976/37. Mrs. Ismay and others by same 5. Films ZB 291/1021/1.2 - date: 1932 Wedding of Del Ismay ZB 291/1021/1.7 - date: Undated Del Ismay's wedding 2nd copy ZB 291/1021/7.1 - date: Undated Mrs Ismay and friends in Rose Garden ZB 291/1021/7.3 - date: Undated Mrs Ismay and friends, Haselbech Church ZB 291/1021/7.28 - date: Undated Haselbech Mrs Ismay's grandson playing in grounds at the Hall ZB 291/1021/8.6 - date: 1938 Mrs Ismay feeding kangaroo, Australia ZB 291/1021/12.4 - date: 1930 Del Ismay's 21st party, tennis at Haselbech Hall ZB 291/1021/12.7 - date: 1937 Mrs Ismay's grandson at Haselbech ZB 291/1021/12.11 - date: 1939 Mrs Ismay's grandson playing at the Hall ZB 291/1021/12.14 - date: 1937/1938 ] Mrs Ismay's grandson at Haselbech Hall ZB 291/1021/12.15 - date: 1939 Mrs Ismay's grandson in the snow ZB 291/1021/20.16 - date: Undated Wedding of Del Ismay G. Additional Deposit of 1985 ZB 291/1038 - date: Circa 1925-1950 Typed copies of poems and verses by M.C. Ismay ZB 291/1040 - date: 1935/1940 Folder containing carbon copies of some verses by M.C. Ismay; also speech to Milton Club (1935) and account of moving to Gate Cottage and the war period (1939-1940) ZB 291/1043 - date: Circa 1943-1945 Folder of copies of letters and about the life of T.H. Ismay (1837-99), his family tree &c. ZB 291/1045/59-60 - date: Undated Postcard views of tables with games in gardens of Haselbech Hall showing Mrs. Ismay, Mrs. Manser and others ZB 291/1045/73-78 - date: Undated Large group of women (incl. Mrs. Ismay) mostly wearing hats and coats with 3 children and photographs of smaller groups."

11Probate Central Registration (Somerset House).
"
The Will of Charles Bower Ismay, late of Haselbeck Hall, Northampton, died 25 May 1924. Probate London 14 August 1924 to Matilda Constance Ismay (widow). Valued at &106,753 13s 1d."


Matilda Constance SCHIEFFELIN-773

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

1 Q 1900 Charles Bower Ismay St. Geo Hanover Squ 1a 599.

2Publications - The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy.
Publications Binder Vol 1 Entry # 1.
"Page 655
ISMAY Matilda Constance Schieffelin (Mrs. C. Bower), b N.Y. City
8-William Lawrence (qv);
7-Joseph (1666-1758), m 1690, Mary Townley;
6-Richard (b 1691), m 1717, Hannah Bowne (1697-1748)
5-John (1731-94), m 1755, Ann Burling (1735-1821);
4-Hannah, m Jacob Scheffelin (1757-1835)
3-Richard L. (1801-89), m Margaret Helen McKay.
2-Dau. of George Richard Scheffelin (1836-1910), A.B., Columbia, '55, lawyer, New York, M 1866, Julia Matilda Delaphaine (1841-1915); for isssue and other lines see George R.D. Scheffelin (page 198)
M- Jan. 13, 1900, C. Bower Ismay, b Lancashire, Eng., Jan, 24, 1874; son of Thomas H Ismay of Dawpool, England.; Issue: 1- Florence Delaphaine, b London, Eng., July 21, 1909
Residence: Haselbech Hall, Northampton, Eng."

3Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"1 Q 1963 Matilda C Ismay, aged 90, Marylebone 5d 485."

4Immigration Records - Port of Boston

"Name Matilda C Ismay
Age Yrs Mths 16
Sex F
Status Widow
Occupation None
Can Read Yes
What language English
Can Write Yes
Nationality British
Race English
Last Permanent Address Northampton, England
Name of Nearest Relative Mrs Julia Florence Ismay
Address of Nearest Relative 15, Hill Street, Berkerley Square, London W1
Final destination Northampton, England."

5Publications - Kelly's Handbook Series, 1954 Page 1151.
Publications Binder Vol 1 Entry # 7.
"Kelly's 1954 Page 1151

Ismay, mrs. Bower.- M. Constance dau of Geo R. Schiffelin, of New York, U.S.A.; m. 1900, Chas. Bower Ismay, of Haselbech Hall, Northampton (d. 1924); 1 dau: Haselbech Gate Cottage, nr Northampton (Maidwell 235)."

6Probate Central Registration (Somerset House).
"Matilda Constance Ismay of Hasselbach Hall, Northants, widow died 20 February 1963 at 125 Eyre Court St. Marylrbone London N.W.8. Probate )limited) Liverpool 20 September to Dora Kate Smee Sp and William Leslie Harris Chart Acc effects 96,733 pounds 8 shillings."

7Mike Fox and Steve Smith, Publications - Rolls-Royce The Complete Works. The Best 599 Stories about the Worlds Best Car, Faber & Faber, London, England 1984, Page 125/126, ISBN 0-571-13363-0.
"Page 125/126
There must be a score of contenders for the title of Most Fearless Hero in the Rolls-Royce sage. About the heroine, there can be no argument. Step forward , Mrs Bower Ismay. In the early 1930's Mrs Ismay took her lady's maid and her chauffeur on a 3000 mile journey through Europe, then across the Sahara to the fabled city of Timbuktu, in her Phatom II limousine. The dauntless lady had only one fear - the dark. So the stopped off en route at Fortnum and Mason to buy her most important provision: twelve dozen candles."


422. Florence Delaphaine ISMAY-1399

1Publications - The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy.
Publications Binder Vol 1 Entry # 1.
"
Page 655
ISMAY Matilda Constance Schieffelin (Mrs. C. Bower), b N.Y. City
8-William Lawrence (qv);
7-Joseph (1666-1758), m 1690, Mary Townley;
6-Richard (b 1691), m 1717, Hannah Bowne (1697-1748)
5-John (1731-94), m 1755, Ann Burling (1735-1821);
4-Hannah, m Jacob Scheffelin (1757-1835)
3-Richard L. (1801-89), m Margaret Helen McKay.
2-Dau. of George Richard Scheffelin (1836-1910), A.B., Columbia, '55, lawyer, New York, M 1866, Julia Matilda Delaphaine (1841-1915); for isssue and other lines see George R.D. Scheffelin (page 198)
M- Jan. 13, 1900, C. Bower Ismay, b Lancashire, Eng., Jan, 24, 1874; son of Thomas H Ismay of Dawpool, England.; Issue: 1- Florence Delaphaine, b London, Eng., July 21, 1909
Residence: Haselbech Hall, Northampton, Eng."

Copy on File Misc Vol 1 Entry # 1.

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: Florence Delaplaine Manser
Birth Date: 21 Jul 1909
Death Registration Month/Year: 1983
Registration district: Haywards Heath
Inferred County: West Sussex
Volume: 18
Page: 1880."

3Immigration Records - Port of Boston

"Name Florence D Ismay
Age Yrs Mths 16
Sex F
Status S
Occupation Pupil
Can Read Yes
What language English
Can Write Yes
Nationality British
Race English
Last Permanent Address Northampton, England
Name of Nearest Relative Mrs Bower Ismay
Address of Nearest Relative Hasselbach Hall, Northampton
Final destination Northampton, England."


306. Roderick Rice Robert ISMAY-1499

1USA Social Security Records.
"
Name R.R. Ismay
SSN 324 12 3793
Born 28 Mar 1907
Died 7 April 2002
Residence 22560 Tappahenech, Essex, Virginia
Issued Illinois before 1951."


424. Edward Thomas * ISMAY-1508

1USA Social Security Records.
"
Birth 7 Apr 1949
Death 17 Sep 1987
SSN 217-52-0862
State Issued Maryland

Death Residence Localities
Zip Code 28204
Charlotte, Meckleburg, North Carolina

Death Benefit Localities
Zip Code 28204
Charlotte, Meckleburg, North Carolina."

LDS Web Site.

2Civil Registration Indexes - USA.
"
Name Edward Thomas Ismay
Date of Birth 7 April 1949
Date of Death 17 Sep 1987
Sex Male
Race White
Age 38 Years
Place of Occurence Charlotte, Mecklenburg, North Carolina
Place of Residence Charlotte, Mecklenburg, North Carolina
Marital Status Married
Attendant Physician
Mode of Burial Cremation
Stat of Birth Illinois
SSN 217 520 862
Father's Surname Ismay."

3WEB SIte - The George Mason High School Alumni Association (GMAA).
"http://www.gmhsaa.org/aboutgmaa.html.".
"ID # 34290
Name ISMAY, EDWARD THOMAS
Known Edward Ismay."


315. James ISMAY-2222

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

1 Q 1899 James Ismay W. Derby 8b 610.

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

4 Q 1976 James Ismay, Braintree 9, 1406 Born 7 Dec 1898.

3Public Record Office, Census UK 1901 , PRO Census Web Page.
"RG 13 3498 ff ?? Page 10 Schedule 57
103, Grey Rock Street, West Derby, Lancashire, England
Name Rel Status Age Occupation Where Born
Thomas Wm Ismay Hd Mar 31 Joiner Liverpool
Amy S " Wife Mar 31 Liverpool
Gertrude " Daur Unm 5 Liverpool
Thomas " Son Unm 4 Liverpool
James " Son Unm 2 Liverpool
Albert E " Son Unm 2mo Liverpool."

4Census UK 1911.
"Blue Coat Hospital, Church Road, Wavertree, Liverpool
Name Rel Age Cond Occupation Birthplace
Gertruwde Ismay Inmate 15 Single Scholar Liverpool, Lancashire
James Ismay Inmate 12 Single Scholar Liverpool, Lancashire."


Vera Constance SNOW-2223

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

2 Q 1919 James Ismay & Vera C. Snow W. Derby 8b 1262.

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

4 Q 1982 Vera Constance Ismay Colchester 9 2326, Born 22 Mar 1900.


433. Violet Mabel ISMAY-2626

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales, Cardiff 11a 771, 1 Q 1923.
"
1 Q 1923 Violet M Ismay Cardiff 11a 771."


Samuel Arthur PLACE-3598

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: Samuel Arthur Place
Birth Date: 7 Apr 1920
Death Registration Month/Year: Feb 1984
Age at death (estimated): 63
Registration district: Bury St Edmunds
Inferred County: Suffolk
Volume: 10
Page: 2543."


434. Muriel Dulcie* ISMAY-2226

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

1q 1925 Muriel D. Ismay Braintree 4a 1386 Mother's maiden name Snow.


435. Beryl Peggy ISMAY-2227

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

1 Q 1927 Beryl P. Ismay Braintree 4a 1323 Mother Snow.


Reggie BARBER-3162

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

3 Q 1949 Beryl B. Ismay Braintree 4a 1065 Reggie Barber.

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: Reggie Barber
Mother's Maiden Surname: Brown
Date of Registration: Jan Feb Mar 1924
Registration district: Braintree
Registration county: Essex, Suffolk
Volume Number: 4a
Page Number: 1440."

3WEB Site - Ancestry.com.

4WEB Site - Ancestry.com.
"1942 Served on the large battle cruiser HMS Berwick on the Russian convoys.
1943 PKX159773 Stoker 1st Class. Served on HMS Lagen, K-259, river class frigate,torpedoed in the Atlantic on convoy ON-202 by U-Boat U-270 with the loss of 29 crew. U-270 Kapitanleutnant was Paul-Fredrich Otto.
1944 Stoker 1st Class PKX159773 served on the destroyer HMS Wakeful around the waters of Burma and Japan. This was the 2nd ship Wakeful the 1st being sunk at Dunkirk."


436. James Douglas ISMAY-2228

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

4q 1928 James D. Ismay Braintree 4a 1305 Mother's maiden name Snow.

2Newspapers - The Gazette - Essex

"Obituary - Published in the Gazette on 8th April 2010 (Distributed in Essex)

ISMAY James Douglas (Jim) Passed away peacefully on 3rd March 2010, aged 81 years. Beloved Husband of Mary; Brother to Tom, Mike, Pat, Peggie and the late Dulcie. Brother-in-law to John, Bette, Tony, Pamela, Will and Val. Much loved Uncle and friend to all who knew him. Wonderful memories we will treasure for always. Funeral service to be held at Colchester Crematorium Chapel on Friday 23rd April 2010, at 10.45 am, followed by burial in Colchester Cemetery. Family flowers only, donations in memory of Jim to Peldon Ward, CGH, c/o East of England Co-operative Funeral Service, 89 Wimpole Road, Colchester CO1 2DB."


327. John ISMAY-2359

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

3 Q 1891 John Ismay Cockermouth 10b 622.

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

1 Q 1962 John Ismay, aged 70, New Forest 6b 522.

3Public Record Office, Census UK 1901 , PRO Census Web Page.
"1, Station Street, Maryport, Cumberland, England
RG 13 4887 ff 145 Page 4 Schedule 19
Name Rel Cond Age Rank Where Born
Nicholas Ismay Head Mar 39 Engineman Ellenborough Cumb
Martha " Wife Mar 39 on Docks Ellenborough Cumb
Margaret F " Dau Unm 11 Maryport Cumberland.
John " Son Unm 9 Maryport Cumberland.
Humphrey " Son Unm 6 Maryport Cumberland.
Jane I " Dau Unm 3 Maryport Cumberland.
Sarah E " Dau Unm 8mo Maryport Cumberland."

4Census UK 1911.
"5, Station Street, Maryport
Name Rel Age Cond Yrs Mar Occupation Birthplace
Nicholas Ismay Head 49 Married Engineman Ellenborough, Durham
Martha Ismay Wife 51 Married 22 Docks Ellenborough, Durham
Margaret F Ismay Daur 21 Single Schoolteacher Maryport Cumberland
John Ismay Son 19 Single Apprt Eng Maryport Cumberland
Humphrey A Ismay Son 18 Single Apprt Plumber Maryport Cumberland
Jane Isabella Ismay Daur 13 Single School Maryport Cumberland
Sarah E Ismay Daur 10 Single School Maryport Cumberland."

5Probate Central Registration (Somerset House).
"
John Ismay of Trade Winds, Lyon Ave, New Milton, Hampshire died 18 March 1962. Probate Winchester 30 April 1962 to Grace Ismay widow Effects 2081p 2s 3d."


Grace BEASANT-1701

1Civil Registration Indexes - Irish .
"Date of Marriage: 24-May-1920 Parish / District: Belfast County: Co. Antrim
Witnesses Humphrey Humphrey & Sadie Steel
Name Address Denom Occup Age Status Father Occup Mother
John 2 Kempton Rd Baptist Marine 28 Bach Nicholas Foreman
Ismay Liverpool Eng Ismay Craneman
Grace 29 Ponsonby St Baptist 22 Spin John James
Beasant Beasant Ship Carpenter."

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: Alice Grace Beasant
Year of Registration: 1888
Quarter of Registration: Apr-May-Jun
District: Holborn
County: London, Middlesex
Volume: 1b
Page: 75."

3Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"Name: Grace Ismay
Birth Date: 8 May 1898
Death Registration Month/Year: 1980
Registration district: Stratford-Upon-Avon
Inferred County: Warwickshire
Volume: 31
Page: 0366."

4Probate Central Registration (Somerset House).
"1980 Grace Ismay Springfield Penn Lane, Tanworth in Arden, West Midlands. Died 31.3.1980. Probate Winchester 16.7.1980. £46280-."


441. Walter Nicholas ISMAY-2360

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

2 q 1921 Walter Nicholas Ismay Liverpool 8b 132 Mother's Maiden Name Beasan.

2Newspapers - The London Gazette

"Gazette Issue 58286 published on the 28 March 2007
Name of Deceased (Surname first)
ISMAY, Walter Nicholas

Address, description and date of death of Deceased
8 & 9 The Close, New Street, Saffron Meadow, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire CV37 6DG and 39 Courtenay Place, Lymington, Hampshire SO41 3NQ. 25 August 2006

Names, addresses and description of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives
Scott Bailey Solicitor & Mediators, 63 High Street, Lymington, Hampshire SO41 9ZT. (Ian Douglass Storey Davis and William Derek Peel-Yates)

Date before which notices of claims to be given
8 June 2007 (209937)."

3Publications - Who's Who Publication Series.
Publications Vol 1 Section 8.
"Walter Nicholas Ismay: M.D. Worcester Parsons Ltd., 1975-1982; retired. B 20 Jun 1921; son of late John Ismay (Maryport) Cumberland. Educated Tauton's School, Southampton, King's College, University of London (BSc), Royal Aircraft Establishment 1939-40, Ministry of Supply 1940-43, Served Army (Capt General List) 1943-46; ICI Metals Div 1948-58 (Tech Dir 1957-8); Dir Yorkshire Imperial Metals, 58-67. Dem Chairman Yorkshire Imperial Plastics 66-67. Dep Chairman and Man Dir Milton Keynes Develt Corp 67-71; McKechnie Britain Ltd 72-75; F.I.Mech.E Recreation: Sailing Address Pitlundie Monument Lane, Walhampton, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 5SE. Club Royal Lymington Yacht Club."
Who's Who 1994.


332. John Nixon ISMAY-1186

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales, Whitehaven 10b 716, 3 Q 1898.
"
3 Q 1898 John Nixon Ismay Whitehaven 10b 716."

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

2 Q 1963 John {N} Ismay, aged 64, Whitehaven 1a 151.

3Public Record Office, Census UK 1901 , PRO Census Web Page.
"RG 13 4893 ff 99 Page 37 Schedule 176
1 Commodore St, Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
Name Rel Cond Age Rank Where Born
Adam Ismay Head Mar 29 Author & Seaton, Cumb
Mary " Wife Mar 33 Journalist Whitehaven, Cumb
John N " Son Unm 2 Egrmount, Cumb
Mary A " Daur Unm 1 Whitehaven, Cumb."


340. James Herbert Eric ISMAY-1291

1Civil Registration Indexes - Australia.
"Reg # Name Fathers names Mothers names
1896/C11077 James Herbert Eric Ismay Herbert Dawson Ismay Lily Smith."

2Newspapers - The Brisbance Courier

"Thursday 30 July 1896
ISMAY.-On the 22nd July, at her residence, Paxton-street, Townsville, the wife of H. D. Ismay, of a son."


Pauline Elizabeth HANSON-2329

1Civil Registration Indexes - Australia.
"Reg # Name Name
1921/C2174 Pauline Elizabeth Hanson James Herbert Ismay."

2Newspapers - The Sydney Morning Herald.
"Wednesday 12 July 1950
ISMAY Pauline Flizabeth -July 9 1950 a her residence 88 Silver Street Marickville relict of the late Eric Ismay dearly loved mother of Honour Lillian and dear sister of H P Hanson and Elsa (Mrs Murray) and John and Len (deceased) Requiescat In pace."

3Cemetery Records - New South Wales, Australia, Rookwood Cemetery

"Catholic Cemetery Board
Rookwood
Surname ServiceDate Location ServiceType
Ismay Pauline E 12/07/1950 SEC*M2*18**317 Burial."


343. James ISMAY-2714

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.

4 Q 1907 James Ismay Blackburn 8e 413.

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"
1984 James Ismay 12 Sep 1907 Blackburn 0784 40 0113."

3Census UK 1911.
"7, Barley Bank Street, Darwen,
Name Rel Age Cond Yrs Mar Occupation Birthplace
Thomas Ismay Head 32 Mar Cotton Weaver Darwen, Lancashire
Rhoda Ismay Wife 32 Mar 14 Darwen, Lancashire
Annas May IsmayDaur 4 Single Darwen, Lancashire
James Ismay Son 3 Single Darwen, Lancashire
Thomas Ismay Son 5 mths Single Darwen, Lancashire."


Ada HOLDEN-2715

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"3 Q 1932 James Ismay & Ada Holden Blackburn 8c 1173

Lancashire Marriage indexes for the years: 1932
Surname Surname Church / Register Office Registers At Reference
ISMAY James FIELDING William Blackburn, United Blackburn AP13/4/43
Reformed Church (Mill Hill)

Obviously William Fielding is a transcription error."

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"
1001 Ada Ismay 28 Apr 1908 Blackburn 0991 40 0236."

3Probate Central Registration (Somerset House).
"1991 Ada Ismay 90 Sharrock Lane Blackburn died 25.9.1991. Probate Liverpool 6.11.1991. Not exceeding £125000-."


348. Charles Edward ISMAY-2632

1Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"3 Q 1904 Charles E. Ismay Newcastle-upon-Tyne 10b 47.".

2Public Record Office, Civil Registration Indexes - England & Wales.
"4 Q 1936 Charles E. Ismay Barnsley 9c 203 aged 32.".

3WEB Site - Durham Mining Museum.
"Date: 6th August 1936
Colliery: Wharncliffe Woodmore
Cause: Explosion, firedamp propagated by coal dust, ignition caused by sparking at starting switch or commutator of the loader motor
Lives Lost: 58

In Memoriam
Ismay, Charles Edward."

4WEB Site - Coal Mining History Resource Centre.
"http://www.cmhrc.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/index.htm.".