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Colonial Cases

Obituaries, China

North China Herald, 9 May 1868
DEATHS.
  On the 7th instant, at 5 a.m., George Jeffrey aged 61 years, late Usher in the Supreme Court, and formerly of Gordon's Force, a native of Fortrose, Scotland.

North China Herald, 28 May 1870
DEATHS.
At Yedo, April 28th, John O'Driscoll, Esq., of Her Britannic Majesty's Legation, Japan.

North China Herald, 30th June 1870
DEATHS.
On Tuesday, the 21st June, B. P. Chenoweth, Esq., U.S. Consul at Canton.

NORTH China Herald, 15 March 1871
DEATH.
  At Shanghai, on 13th March, Dr. B. Jenkins, U.S. Vice-Consul General.

North China Herald, 11 October 1871
  At Shanghai, suddenly, on the 9th October, John Markham, Esq., H.B.M. Consul.

North China Herald, 21 December 1871
DEATHS.
  At Chefoo, on the 8th December, of erisypelas, John Lawler, Constable to H.B.M.'s Consulate (formerly Lance Sergeant of H.M.'s 31st Regt.), highly esteemed and much regretted by all who knew him, aged 35.

North China Herald, 27 April 1872
DEATHS.
  April 24th, at the Shanghai General Hospital, William Hingston Young, of H.B.M. Consular Service.

North China Herald, 17 August 1872
DEATHS.
  At Shanghai, on the 15th inst., M. A. REY, Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, Chancellor of the French Consulate-General, aged 65 years.

North China Herald, 28 September 1872
DEATHS.
  Suddenly, on the 26th instant, at the German Consulate, of heart disease, R. Opitz, Acting Secretary of the Consulate.

North China Herald, 25 October 1872
DEATH.
  At Shanghai, on the 17th instant, of dysentery Paul Wentzel, Esq., German Consul at this Port.

North China Herald, 12 December 1872
DEATHS.
  At Kewkiang, suddenly, of heart disease and aneurism, on Saturday, November 23rd, 1872, E. C. Shrubsole, British Constable, aged 32.

North China Herald, 12 July 1873
DEATHS.
  In Yedo, on the 26th June, at Ueno, of consumption, Max Militzer, Esq., German Consul at Nagasaki.

North China Herald, 23 August 1873
DEATHS.
  At Shanghai, August 18th, Yimiiyake, Student Interpreter Japanese Consulate. Interred in the Japanese Cemetery.

North China Herald, 4 October 1873
DEATHS.
  On Sunday, the 28th September, Andrew Coulter, Chief Constable, H.M.'s Consular Gaol; aged 40.

North China Herald, 25 July 1874
DEATHS.
  On the 31st May, on his arrival in London, Joaquim d'Almeida, late Consul-General for his Majesty the King of Portugal, and his Majesty the King of Italy, in the Straits Settlements,

North China Herald, 15 October 1874
DEATHS.
  On the 20th August, at Half-moon-street, Piccadilly, in the 65th year of his age, Henry John Ball, late Judge of the Court of Summary Jurisdiction, Hongkong, and sometime His Majesty's Attorney-General for British Honduras.

North China Herald, 11 February 1875
DEATHS.
  At Kobe, Japan, on the 27th January, Arved Von Knoblougjh, late Acting-Consul for the German Empire, aged 24 years.

North China Herald, 3o December 1875
DEATHS.
  At Shanghai, on the 26th December, 1875, Il Cavaliere Lorenzo Vignale, Consul-General for His Majesty the King of Italy, aged 48 years.

North China Herald, 13 January 1876
DEATH.
  At Yokohama, on the 28th December, Clifford Bate, Registrar of H.B.M.'s Court at Kanagawa, aged forty-five years.

North China Herald, 10 February 1876
DEATHS.
At Marseilles, on the 4th December, Eduard Jose da Silva Loureiro, Consul-General for Portugal in Japan, aged 41.

North China Herald, 16 March 1876
DEATH.
  On the 21st Jan. at Weston-super-Mare, Major General Henry Joshua Margery, R.E., suddenly, of paralysis, though excessive grief at the loss of his dearly-loved and valued son, Augustus Raymond Margery, H.M.'s Consular Service, China, who was murdered at Manwyue, China, on the 21st Feb., 1875.

North China Herald, 10 June 1876
DEATHS.
  At South Camp, Bluff, Yokohama, on the 29th ult., Mr. George Wills, aged 27 years, Secretary and interpreter to the Judicial Court of Kanagawa.

North China Herald, 29 July 1876
DEATHS.
  At Canton, on the 19th July, 1876, at 9 a.m., J. A. H. Taylor, of H.M.'s Consular Service.

North China Herald, 12 August 1876
DEATHS.
  At Chefoo n Sunday, 6th Aug., William Hyde Lay, H.B.M. Consul at Chefoo.

North China Herald, 19 October 1876
DEATHS.
  At Shanghai, on the 13th inst., George Tyler, Chief Constable of H.B.M. Gaol, aged 44.

North China Herald, 8 September 1877
DEATHS.
  At the Shanghai General Hospital, on the 7th September, 1877, William H. Hendrick, Consular Clerk at the U.S. Consulate-General.

North China Herald, 17 January 1878
DEATHS.
  At Shanghai, on the 17th January, Charles Wycliffe Goodwin, Esq., Acting Judge of H.B.M.' Supreme Court for China and Japan.

North China Herald, 7 February 1878
DEATHS.
  AT Ningpo, on the 28th January, Joseph Torres, Constable at H.B.M.'s Consulate, aged 35 years.

North China Herald, 28 March 1878
DEATHS.
  At Shanghai, on the 24th instant, William Frederick Mayers, Chinese Secretary to Her Majesty's Legation at Peking, aged 38 years.

North China Herald, 4 April 1878
DEATHS.
  At H.B.M.'s Gaol, Shanghai, on the 28th inst., William James Shaw, 2nd Constable, aged 58 years.

North China Herald, 25 March 1879
DEATHS.
  At 102 Hollywood Road, Hongkong, on the 4th instant, Philip le Marquand, Clerk and Usher, Supreme Court, aged 53.

North China Herald, 14 November 1879
DEATHS.
  At Peking, on the 1st instant, Mr. H. Gries, Student Interpreter of His German Majesty's Legation, Peking.

North China Herald, 5 December 1879
DEATHS.
  At Amy, on the 23rd November, Carl Bismarck, Esq., His Imperial German Majesty's Consul, aged forty.

North China Herald, 15 November 1881
DEATHS.
  At Hiogo, on the 13th inst., Chief Justice French, of Shanghai.

North China Herald, 31 January 1882
DEATHS.
  Died at Sea, on board the steamer Peking, W. Handyside Tapp, Esq., late Her British Majesty's Registrar of Shipping, Shanghai.

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