Victorian Studio Photos
|George James||Born 1833.|
Married 1866 Emily Morel (died 1929).
Doctor of Medicine.
Died 22/7/1867 Moorcroft House, Hillingdon.
Buried St John the Baptist, Hillingdon.
|Robert Ratheram||Born 1834.|
Married Angela Emma Mary Fabris (died 1902).
Doctor of Medicine.
Died 28/12/1887 Beckenham.
|Edward||Born 1836; died 1864. Buried St John the Baptist, Hillingdon.|
Licenciate of the Society of Apothecaries.
|Jane Catherine||Born 1837.|
Married lime and cement merchant Joseph Peters (died 1876 in an asylum at Ticehurst).
Died 11/4/1904, then living at Bentley, Hampshire.
|Charles Warneford||Born 1838; died 1857. Buried St John the Baptist, Hillingdon.|
|Mary Elizabeth||Born 1840; died 1860. Buried St John the Baptist, Hillingdon.|
|Ann Louisa (or vice versa)||Born 1841; unmarried.|
Died 1908 Kent.
|Agnes Maria||Born 1845.|
Married 19/2/1868 William Clement Daniel MD (died 1905).
|William Arthur||Born 1846.|
Married Ellen Butler (died 1913).
Died 17/12/1919 Beckenham.
|Charlotte Anna||Born 1849; died 23/9/1943 Croydon. Unmarried.|
Married Margaret(te) Anne Errington MacGuire (died 1929).
Died 1905 Kent.
SEARCH FOR AN ALLEGED BIGAMOUS BARON
Search is being made by Scotland Yard detectives for Baron Eugene Charles Schrottky, a Pole of considerable educational attainments, who is 'wanted' on a charge of bigamy.
His alleged bigamous marriage was solemnised at St George's, Hanover Square within the last few years. It is believed that he has unlawfully married other ladies of position. He was in India for many years, holding office under the Government of that country as an agricultural adviser, and his real marriage took place at St James' Cathedral, Bombay in 1904. He was born at Breslau, is sixty-five years of age and speaks twelve languages. He is described as an agricultural chemist, botanist and indigo planter and has travelled extensively, especially in the East.
BIGAMOUS BARON'S ARREST AND SUICIDE
A tragic development has followed the Scotland Yard search for Baron Eugene Charles Schrottky, who was 'wanted' for an alleged bigamous marriage at St George's, Hanover Square.
The 'Express' learns that after three months' pursuit all over the country the detectives recently received information that the Baron was staying in Antwerp. An urgent message was dispatched to the police authorities there and as soon as his identity was positively established he was taken into custody.
He was detained pending the necessary extradition proceedings and was to have been brought to this country for trial, but the 'Express' understands that rather than face the exposure the Baron has committed suicide.