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I am still trying to find date of death for:
Arthur Mansell Carre and his wife Ellen. We believe that Ellen spent time in
a mental hospital. She may have died there. He was a coffee/tea planter in
Suluganga, Maskeliya. I think he arrived about 1860. I also think his wifes
parents, Robert and Alison Browne lived there and probably died there. Any
information or advice would be appreciated.
Regards Camilla in Australia
>From: malcolm jansze <mjansze(a)sltnet.lk>
>To: Fazli Sameer <fazlisameer(a)hotmail.com>
>CC: "HOWARD RAWLINSON" <howandmad(a)talk21.com>
>Subject: Re: FW: [SRILANKA] BURLEIGH/POWELL 1800's
>Date: Sun, 28 Nov 2004 12:14:03 +0600
>Here is what I have on he Burleighs
>George Burleigh b1771 d 8.4.1826 m Rebecca Kingsley b1775 d Jaffna
>They had 8 children
>1. John George Edward, commandant of Puttalam b28.6.1801 d.5.5.1845
>3. William Kingsley, magistrate b14.6.1804 d.28.5.1846
>4. Catherine Vassall b 4.2.1808 m 1.10.1830 Henry Ffoliot Powell
>The rest were girls who married and one other boy Spencer Thomas Vassall
>b1816 who married and had children
>You could get more information from Lewis" Tombstones & Monuments in Ceylon
>which gives quite a lot on this family.
>At 01:40 PM 10/19/04 +0300, you wrote:
>>Anybody have any info on this query?
>>>From: "HOWARD RAWLINSON" <howandmad(a)talk21.com>
>>>Subject: [SRILANKA] BURLEIGH/POWELL 1800's
>>>Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2004 11:20:26 +0100
>>>Hi to all from a new lister,
>>>Would welcome help/advice on how to proceed please.
>>>My searches into the history of Henry Folliott POWELL (b.c.1802 Staffs.
>>>Eng. - d.1869 Kent, Eng.), a Captain
>>>in the Ceylon Regiment, have shown a marriage to Catherine Vassall
>>>BURLEIGH (b.c.1809 - d.1881 Somerset, Eng.)
>>>in Ceylon in 1830 with the births of several children in Ceylon prior to
>>>his retirement and return to England c.1835.
>>>Catherine's father, George BURLEIGH, a surgeon, was I believe attached to
>>>the Ceylon 2nd Regiment.
>>>Google has produced a couple of references for a George BURLEIGH - a
>>>Memorial in the Dutch Cemetery at Galle
>>>shows "died 8 April, 1826 aged 55 years" of unknown cause.
>>>with additional information:
>>>Vessel: HMS Brunswick, Event: Battle of the Glorious First of June
>>>1793 - 1802 French Revolutionary War.
>>>another gives him of 2nd Regiment during 1817/18 Kandyan Insurrection.
>>>There was another reference to a George BURLEIGH of Burleigh Hill.
>>>The London Times has an obit. for Rebecca BURLEIGH relict of the late
>>>George BURLEIGH Esq., formerly on the
>>>Medical Staff in the Island of Ceylon. She died at Jaffna, aged 78 on 23
>>>Are there records surviving that could be searched for information on
>>>George BURLEIGH and his family?
>>>BMD Registers for Ceylon c.1800's?
>>>Could someone recommend book/s which might tell me about the British and
>>>army life in Ceylon c.1800's.
>>>Any advice on where to go next most gratefully received.
>>>Regards, Madalyn (UK)
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Hello I am new to this list (first posting).
My interest is of Tea Planters from Scotland to Ceylon, 1880 - 1900.
Especially that of what I presume to be a plantation named - 'Gavatenne' in Madulkellie, Ceylon.
Is anyone researching the same? And are there any web sites where I can further my searching?
Patricia in New Zealand.
My great Aunt Hilda went to the Malakan Straits and we never heard from her
again. My mum can't remember
Aunt Hilda's married name, but thinks it is Felsinger. Her maiden name was
Mack. This is my grandmother Constance Nellydith Mack's sister, if this
Aunt Hilda had children. I know there are burgers in Malaysia & wonder if
this is where Aunt Hilda landed? I would dearly love to trace this side of
my family to re-establish contact. I go on occasion to Singapore for
business~it would be great to meet up with the family album ;-) thanks for
any info with which you can help me.