Morris Bickersteth, 1891-1916

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Bickersteth, Stanley Morris, -- 1891
Statementby Samuel Bickersteth.
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Paginationviii, 155 p., [10] leaves of plates :
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Presented to a 'Mrs Whitehead from Morris' mother, Canterbury ' Show more. Object details Category Books Related period First World War (content), First World War (content). Genealogy profile for Lieut. Stanley Morris Bickersteth Stanley Morris Bickersteth ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Stanley Morris Bickersteth ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

Stanley Morris was born at the Vicarage, Belvedere, Kent, the fifth son of The Revd. Dr Samuel Bickersteth, Canon of Canterbury and Chaplain to the King, and Ella Chlora Faithfull, daughter of Sir Monier Monier-Williams, Professor of Sanskrit and Fellow of Balliol College.

Educated at St David's Reigate, and Rugby, he. The third series, papers of their second son Samuel Bickersteth (), forms a large part of the collection. He was ordained priest inhaving married in Ella, daughter of Sir Monier Monier-Williams founder of the Indian 1891-1916 book in Oxford.

They had six sons, one of whom was killed in the First World War. The inscription on his grave reads 'Fifth son of Dr. Bickersteth Vicar of Leeds and Ella his wife”. The papers of the Bickersteth family, are held at the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, and contain the following: BICKERSTETH (Stanley Morris) sic Letters to and from, With the information in Stanley Morris Bickersteth's record, it is likely that they were entitled to the British War Medal Memorial Death Plaque Of WWI The next of kin for Stanley Morris Bickersteth would have been sent this death plaque after the war to commemorate.

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Try. Features Fullscreen sharing Embed. The Bickersteth family was one of many to make repeated ritualized pilgrimages to the newly created war cemeteries to visit the presumed grave of Lieutenant Morris Bickersteth () killed on the first day of the Battle of the Somme on 1 July Show all records Show only records with digitised media?.

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Morris Bickersteth Letters of Lieut 6 R.W.K. Poems of Ivor Campbell with a memoir. Dennis Ely Capt D.L.I. Soldier dramatist being the letters of n K.I.A 26/9/ Archibald Donn a memoir.

A Subalterns share in the war letters of the late G.W Devenish R.A Att R.F.C. A memoir of his son K.J.B Addy 2nd Lieut K.R.R.C. John had 2 siblings: Stanley Morris Bickersteth and one other sibling. John lived on month dayat address. J Burgon Bickersteth J Burgon Bickersteth in Ellis Island and Other New York Passenger Lists, J Burgon Bickersteth was born circaat birth place.

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Archive Record | Table of contents. Table of contents. ABERDEEN AND TEMAIR, Marquess of, see Gordon (John Campbell) ACLAND (Theodore Dyke) Letter to Ella Bickersteth, MS. Eng.fol. This book is a studiously edited version of the eleven volumes and more than three thousand pages of the diarist's original work.

Ella Bickersteth began to put it together for her six sons, because one of them was in Australia at the outbreak of the war. The book reflects upon church and politics, theological musings and matter-of-fact details of how an anxious mother. Get this from a library.

The Bickersteth diaries, [Ella Bickersteth; John Bickersteth; Julian Bickersteth; John Burgon Bickersteth;] -- This book is a studiously edited version of the eleven volumes and more than three thousand pages of the diarist's original work.

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Ella Bickersteth began to put it together for her six sons, because. Elilzabeth Florence Bickersteth (deceased) Lieut. Stanley Morris Bickersteth ( - ) Rank: Lieutenant Date of Death: 01/07/ Age: 25 Regiment/Service: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own) Cdg.

Edward Henry Bickersteth was born in Islington, the son of Edward Bickersteth, Rector of Watton, was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated B.A. in Classicsand proceeded M.A.

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in and was awarded the Chancellor's Gold Medal for poetry inand On taking Holy Orders (deacon,priest ), he. Stanley Morris Bickersteth. Stanley Morris Bickersteth Lt. Stephens. Stephens Lt. Stephenson. Stephenson Lieutenant MARTIN. Lieutenant MARTIN Lieutenant R Stewart SMYLIE. Lieutenant R Stewart SMYLIE Lieutenant PINHEY.

Lieutenant PINHEY Lieutenant John Marcus de PARAVICINI. Edward had 5 brothers: John Burgon Bickersteth, Stanley Morris Bickersteth and 3 other siblings. Edward married Inez Katherine Bickersteth (born Jelf) inat age 28 at marriage place. Inez was born inin Saffron Walden, Essex. Edward Henry Bickersteth was born in Islington, the son of Edward Bickersteth, Rector of Watton, Hertfordshire.

He was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated B.A. in Classicsand proceeded M.A. in and was awarded the Chancellor's Gold Medal for poetry inand The National Fast of A Help for Duly Obsrving It.

by Rev. Edward Bickersteth and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Hampstead, London, England. Death of a mother: Rosa Bignold 2 August (Age 7 years). Death of a maternal grandfather: Samuel Bignold 2 January (Age 8 years). The Book of Private Devotions; Containing a Collection of Early Devotions of the Reformers and Their Successors in the English Church, Ed.

by E. Bickersteth by Edward Bickersteth avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions. BICKERSTETH, EDWARD HENRY (–), bishop of Exeter, only son of the Rev. Edward Bickersteth (–) [q.

v.] by his wife Sarah, eldest daughter of Thomas Bignold of Norwich, was born at Barnsbury Park, Islington, on 25 Jan.when his father was assistant secretary to the Church Missionary Society. Christ Church Parsonage, Hampstead, London, England.

Death of a maternal grandmother: Elizabeth 30 March (Age 3 years). Birth of a brother: Hugh Bickersteth.

The Bickersteth family name was found in the UK, and Scotland between and The most Bickersteth families were found in the UK in In there were 9 Bickersteth families living in Yorkshire.

This was about 50% of all the recorded Bickersteth's in the UK. Yorkshire had the highest population of Bickersteth families in. MARLIS née Kindlimann, widow of Revd John Bickersteth of Ashburnham, East Sussex.

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Died peacefully on 9th December aged 78 years. Dearly loved mother to Richard, Bob and Caroline, mother-in-law to Rachel and Cameron, and grandmother to David, Samuel, Jonathan; Bonnie, Jamina, Fergus, Katrina and Ralph.London: Leo Cooper, pp, large 8vo (9 3/16" H).

B&w illustrations. "The Bickersteth War Diary was begun in August by Ella Monier-Williams Bickersteth, at the urgings of her son Burgon, with the idea of sharing the news of hap.John Monier Bickersteth KCVO (6 September – 29 January ) was an English Anglican clergyman who served as the Bishop of Bath and Wells from toand Clerk of the Closet from – Bickersteth descends from a clerical family over several generations; in total six family members have been Church of England Bishops.

His father was Rev. Canon Edward Monier Bickersteth.