|Margaret Katherine||1874||1948||Married solicitor Albert Edgar Hodson (died 1920)|
|Elsie Muriel||1876||1966||Married surveyor Joseph Edgar Thomas (died 1953)|
|Frederic Wood||1879||1954||Married Gertrude Clunies-Ross/Blom (died 1957)|
'About nine years ago, Mr Hare, a worthless character, brought from the East Indian archipelago a number of Malay slaves which now, including children, amount to more than a hundred.'
'As the islands consist entirely of coral and at one time must have existed as mere water-washed reefs, all their terrestrial productions must have been transported here by the waves of the sea.'
|Ulla Alette||1899||1946 London||Unmarried|
|Wilhelm Erik (aka William Eric)||1900||?||Epsom College 1911. Naval officer (Royal Indian Marine/Navy) and probably a reservist latterly.|
|May Inin||1901||1974 Cheshire||Married 1933 civil engineer Hugh Kennedy Russell (1892-1958)|
|George Clunies||1905||1975 Victoria, Australia||Epsom College 1915. Served in Australian Army WW2. Married 1931 North Adelaide Violet Elsie Fotheringham Ferguson (1905-92)|
|Honor Britta||1906||1989 Berkshire||Married 1945 Paul Lionel Dell (1888-1951)|
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Note: Many people don't know of the Hunterian Museum, which is in Lincoln's Inn Fields (very near to Holborn Tube station) and may prefer to visit the dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum. However, if you want to see some seriously amazing exhibits (probably best not to take young children), give the Hunterian a whirl, and you can take Fiona Bruce's word for the fact that it's fascinating.