George Fuller + Anastatia Kingston

3 children
Birth: July 14, 1873 23 29
Property: Thornhill, West Carberry, County Cork, Ireland
Death: May 12, 1891
Miss Winnington Ingram, an English teacher at Furzedown College, Streatham Park, posing at a tea party in honour of the visit by Sir Robert Blair.
Birth: November 20, 1874 24 30
Occupation: Artist - Teacher1923
Residence: 1923Red House, Furzedown College, Streatham Park, Surrey, London, England
Death: July 9, 1923Long Grove Mental Hospital, Epsom, Surrey, England
Birth: March 24, 1876 26 32 Thornhill, West Carberry, County Cork, Ireland
Birth: 1850 33 24
Property: Deelish, Derrigra, Ballineen1889
Residence: 1872Thornhill, Skibbereen, County Cork, Ireland
Death: May 12, 1926Lindville Hospital, Cork, County Cork, Ireland
Birth: March 17, 1816 27
Occupation: PawnbrokerNorth Street, Skibbereen, County Cork, Ireland
Property: Thornhill1856Thornhill, Derreendangan, County Cork, Ireland
Death: December 12, 1878Deelish Abbey, Skibbereen, County Cork, Ireland
Birth: about 1826 46 31
Death: November 23, 1906Ashton Ville, Blackrock Rd, Cork, County Cork, Ireland
Birth: about 1844 47
Residence: Dublin, Ireland
Death: April 5, 1906Oldtown, Macroom, County Cork, Ireland

Facts and events

Note: George son of Edward Fuller, married Anastatia Kingston, Dublin South, 1872, (cert.). George resided at Thornhill Cottage, Skibbereen in 1872. Head of House Derreendangan (Skibbereen Rural, Cork) 1901 Census. Anastatia's address at the time of her marriage was: 49 Lr. Mt. Plaeasant Avenue, Dublin. Anastatia died apr-june 1906 (f). George Died 1926(f). Buried at Ballineen (Ballymoney), letter from John Wesley Bennett 1926 and letter from Katie Howe 1927
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