Edward John Bishop Perrin was born at Silverstone, Northamptonshire in 1854, the eldest son of William Perrin and Catherine Bishop, my great-great-grandparents. He served in the Army Hospital Corps and died in 1878, aged about 24,of wounds, it was later said, received in the Ashanti War of 1873-74. Continue reading
Prompted by not very much at all, I thought I might take another look for Sarah Howse. Several hours of research yielded very little that was new. William Perrin married Sarah Howse in January 1770 but that is almost all we know of my 4x-great-grandmother. Continue reading
Excited to receive from National Archives the Attestation Papers of my 2x-Great-Grandfather William Perrin. I have know for some time that prior to his joining the Berkshire police he had served with the Royal Marines, for 13 years it was said celebrex price. More than that I knew not. Continue reading
I will from time to time leave notes here on what I’ve been up to as far as updating the tree bupropion online.
Most recently, I’ve done some work on basic entries for the family of Richard William Perrin (1857).
I also had a fresh look at Richard Miller and Anna Ward, parents of John Miller (1797) whose sister Anna married Richard Bayley, whose 1813 schoolboy copybook we still have, in bureau with ‘secret drawers’ that was made for or belonged to Richard Bayley.
Richard Miller, “of Halesowen” when he married Anna, is something of a stumbling block. Anna Ward offers at least her parents. Richard and Anna had seven known children.
August 2003 saw three generations of the Perrin Male (and their better halves) brought together in one place – The Samling in Cumbria – following my wedding.
Less than 3 years on, another Perrin Family moment saw 4 generations of the Perrin Male together at the regular family haunt, the Tiverton Hotel.
Quite an occasion, I’m sure you’ll agree.