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Francis Seymour Hamilton (Douglas-Hamilton)

Francis Seymour Hamilton (Douglas-Hamilton), geb. London (England) 19 jan. 1811,
gentleman cadet (7-6-1825), cornet/2d lieut. (26-7-1831), lieutenant (17-8-1832), 2nd captain (27-4-1842), captain (1-7-1847), brevet major (20-6-1854), lieut. colonel (13-9-1854), colonel (8-3-1855), ret. 8 mrt 1855,
widowed/Colonel Rc Artilery/60 jaar (census 1871; Lyncombe & Widcombe/Somersetshire/England),
overl. La Spezzia (Italie) 1 Jun 1874, zoon van Augustus Barrington Price Hamilton (Douglas-Hamilton) RN en Maria Catharine Hyde, tr. Hambleden (Buckingham England) 6 sep. 1834
Emma Catharina Frances Coventry, geb. Henley on Thames / Greenlands (Bucks), won. Tarente/Trentino, Tyrol (Austria/Österreich) (1868), overl. Mentone (Frankrijk) 7 jan 1868 (akte 12; 8-1-1868; 58 jr), begr. Mentone, dochter van Thomas Darby Coventry en Harriet Wildman Hunter Esten.

Kinderen:
1. Alexandrina Emma Ada Hamilton (Douglas-Hamilton), geb. Brighton, Sussex (census 1851 (14 jr))(26 Jul 1837 Woolwich, Kent);
2. Rosabel Georgiana Maria Hamilton (Douglas-Hamilton), geb. Brighton, Sussex 21 sept. 1838 (census 1851 (12 jr))(8 Sep 1838 Brighton, Sussex) [1838 Brighton 7 210 Rosabel Georgiana Hamilton], tr. Albert C. Hadland, Arsenic & Copper Works Employing 8 Men (Manuf) (census 1881; Swansea (Town), Glamorganshire, Wales; Walters Road);
3. Archibald Barrington Seymour Hamilton (Douglas-Hamilton), geb. Ceylon East (census 1851 (10 jr))(3 Nov 1840 Colombo, Ceylon), Retired Madra Nao/Lodger/30 jaar (census 1871; St Pancras/London/Middlesex/England), overl. Zwitserland (verdronken) 18-1-1876;
4. Constance Augusta Idonia Lorna Hamilton (Douglas-Hamilton), geb. (census 1851 (8 jr))(ca 1842 Colombo, Ceylon);
5. Algernon Percy Hamilton (Douglas-Hamilton), geb. Richmond, Surrey (census 1851 (6 jr))(22 Jun 1844 Richmond), overl. 1891, tr. Idonia Charlotte Douglas-Hamilton (1845-1910);
6. Rosalie Felicia Hamilton (Douglas-Hamilton), geb. Hampton-grove, Surbiton, near Kingston-on Thames 4 mei 1846 (census 1851 (5 jr))(4 May 1846 Kingston);
7. Evelyn Clara Hamilton (Douglas-Hamilton), geb. ?Bath, Somerset? (census 1851 (2 jr)) [1849 Bath 11 19 Evelyn Clara Hamilton];
8. Aubrey Hamilton (Douglas-Hamilton), geb. Bath, Somerset 21 Apr 1851 [1851 2Q Bath 11 14 Aubrey Reginald Hamilton], Ensign/19 jaar (census 1871; Antony/Cornwall/England), overl. Thanet, Kent 21 Apr 1933, tr. 24 Jul 1879 Lucy Fitzgerald;
9. Blanche Annie Hamilton (Douglas-Hamilton), geb. 25-12-1852 (tussen 3 april 1852-6 april 1853) (Greenlands, Henley-on-Thames, Buck.?/Londen?)(23/25 dec. 1853(1852?)), ged. St. Mary's, Bathwick 6 April 1853, UK census 3 april 1881 (28 jaar), artist, woont te Nunspeet (Netherlands), overl. London 19 Jul 1927 (74 jr);
10. Mina Kathleen Hamilton (Douglas-Hamilton), geb. ?Bath, Somerset 16 Dec 1854?, ged. St. Mary's, Bathwick 4 May 1855, Somerset, overl. Bideford/Devon 8 Aug 1887;



GRO Index

HAMILTON, ROSABEL GEORGIANA HAMILTON COVENTRY
GRO Reference: 1838 D Quarter in BRIGHTHELMSTON Volume 07 Page 210

HAMILTON, EVELYN CLARA COVENTRY
GRO Reference: 1849 J Quarter in BATH Volume 11 Page 19

HAMILTON, - COVENTRY
GRO Reference: 1851 J Quarter in BATH Volume 11 Page 16



- Name: F [Francis] Seymour Hamilton. Regiment: Royal Artillery. Date of Service: 1817 -...
Reference: WO 76/364/454

Description:
Name: F [Francis] Seymour Hamilton. Regiment: Royal Artillery. Date of Service: 1817 - 1902.
Note: Descriptions relating to individuals have been created using information from a nominal card index relating to Army Officers' service compiled in the 1980s, which is not comprehensive and may contain some errors
Date: 1817 - 1902
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
LINK: https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/results/r?_cr1=WO+76&_cr2=WO+25&_hb=tna&_q=hamilton+francis
IMAGE: https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C178384
(https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/66/WO/76/04E81416-4A28-11E8-AF14-E59331E6BDA7_thb.jpg)
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Entrance into the army: 20 years & 6 months;
Service abroad:
14march1840-26may1843 Ceylon
27may1843-2febr1844(?) Mauritius
28Jan1847-16July1848 Mauritius;
Legimate children:
ADA, bapt. 26 Janrij 1837 Christ-church St. Mary ...;
ROSABEL, bapt. 28 Sept. 1838 Royal Chapel, Brighton;
ARCHIBALD, bapt. 3 Nov. 1840 Colombo Ceylon;
CONSTANCE, bapt. 2 April 1842 Colombo Ceylon;
ALGERNON, bapt. 22 June 1844 St. Mary church, Richmond, Surrey;
FELICIA, bapt. 3 May 1846 St. Mary's church, Surbiton, Surrey;
EVELYN, bapt. 2 May 1849 St. Mary's Church Bathwick Bath;





Battalion:8, Company:6

- Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists.
Cape of Good Hope: Battalion:8, Company:8
Ceylon: Battalion:1, Company:6
Ceylon: Battalion:2, Company:6
Mauritius: Battalion:8, Company:6
St. Helena: Battalion:3, Company:4.
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 April 1837 - 31 March 1838
Reference: WO 10/1723
Subjects: Africa | Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army | Indian Subcontinent

- Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists.
Africa, South: Battalion:8, Company:8
Ceylon: Battalion:2, Company:6
Mauritius: Battalion:8, Company:6
St. Helena: Battalion:3, Company:4.
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 April 1838 - 31 March 1839
Reference: WO 10/1778
Subjects: Africa | Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army | Indian Subcontinent

- Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists.
Africa, South: Battalion:8, Company:8
Ceylon: Battalion:1, Company:6
Ceylon: Battalion:2, Company:6
Ceylon: Battalion:3, Company:1,8
Mauritius: Battalion:8, Company:6.
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 October 1839 - 31 March 1840
Reference: WO 10/1779/1
Subjects: Africa | Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army | Indian Subcontinent

- Reference: WO 10/1779/2
Description:
Africa, South: Battalion:1, Company:Detachment
Africa, South: Battalion:5, Company:Detachment
Africa, South: Battalion:7, Company:Detachment
Africa, South: Battalion:8, Company:8
Ceylon: Battalion:1, Company:6
Ceylon: Battalion:2, Company:6
China (passage to): Detachments (various)
Mauritius: Battalion:8, Company:6
St. Helena: Battalion:3, Company:4, Detachment
St. Helena: Battalion:7, Company:Detachment
St. Helena: Battalion:8, Company:Detachment
St. Helena: Company:Detachments (various)
Date: 1839 Apr. - 1840 Mar.
Held by: The National Archives, Kew

- Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists.
Africa, South: Battalion:1, Company:
Detachment Africa, South: Battalion:8, Company:8 China (special service): Detachment
Mauritius: Battalion:8, Company:6
St. Helena: Detachment.
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 April 1840 - 31 March 1841
Reference: WO 10/1807
Subjects: Africa | Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army | Asia

- [1842] Reference: WO 10/1846
Description:
Dover: Battalion:7, Company:7
Eastbourne: Battalion:9, Company:Detachment
Ireland: Battalion:9, Company:8
Leith Fort: Battalion:7, Company:8
Woolwich: Battalion:7, Company:6, Detachment
Woolwich: Battalion:8, Company:6,7,8, Detachment
Woolwich: Battalion:9, Company:7,8, Detachment
Date: 1842 Apr. - Sept.
Held by: The National Archives, Kew

- Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists.
Africa, South: Battalion:8, Company:8
Ceylon: Battalion:3, Company:1
Mauritius: Battalion:8, Company:6
Mauritius: Battalion:9, Company:5
St. Helena: Battalion:3, Company:4
Woolwich: Battalion:8
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 October 1841 - 30 September 1842
Reference: WO 10/1858/2
Subjects: Africa | Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army | Indian Subcontinent

- Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists.
Eastbourne: Battalion: 9, Company: Detachment
Woolwich: Battalion:8, Company:6,7,8
Woolwich: Battalion:8, Company:Detachment
Woolwich: Battalion:9, Company:1,3,7
Woolwich: Battalion:9, Company
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 October 1842 - 31 March 1843
Reference: WO 10/1864
Subjects: Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army

- [1843-1844] Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists.
Campleton: Battalion:9, Company:3
Devonport: Battalion:9, Company:7
Dover: Battalion:7, Company:7
Eastbourne: Battalion:9, Company:Detachment
Guernsey: Battalion:8, Company:6, Detachment Ireland
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 October 1843 - 31 March 1844
Reference: WO 10/1884
Subjects: Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army | Ireland

- [1843] Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists.
Devonport: Battalion:9, Company:7
Eastbourne: Battalion:9, Company: Detachment
Guernsey: Battalion:8, Company:Detachment
Jersey: Battalion:8, Company:6
Woolwich: Battalion:8, Company:6,7,8, Detachment
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 April 1843 - 30 September 1843
Reference: WO 10/1868
Subjects: Armed Forces (General Administration) | Armyro=any

- [1844] Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists. :
8, Company:6, Detachment Jersey: Battalion:8, Company:6 Leith Fort: Battalion:8, Company:8 Woolwich: Battalion:7, Company:1,2,7,8 Woolwich: Battalion:7, Company:Detachment Woolwich: Battalion:8
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 April 1844 - 30 September 1844
Reference: WO 10/1887
Subjects: Americas | Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army

- [1844-1845] Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists. :
Battalion: 8, Company: 6, Detachment Jersey: Battalion: 8, Company: 6 Leith Fort: Battalion: 8, Company: 8 Malta (passage to): Battalion: 8, Company: 3 Woolwich: Battalion: 7, Company: 2,4,7, Detachment
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 October 1844 - 31 March 1845
Reference: WO 10/1904
Subjects: Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army | Europe and Russia

- [1845-1846] Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists. :
Battalion:8, Company:6, Detachment Jersey: Battalion:8, Company:6 Leith Fort: Battalion:8, Company:Detachment Madeira: Battalion:8, Company:Detachment Woolwich: Battalion:7, Company:4,6, Detachment Woolwich
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 October 1845 - 31 March 1846
Reference: WO 10/1925
Subjects: Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army.

- [1846-1847] Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists.
Dover: Battalion:7, Company:1
Leith Fort: Battalion:8, Company: Detachment
Madeira: Battalion:8, Company: Detachment
Malta: Battalion:8, Company:6
Manchester: Battalion:6, Company:6, Detachment
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 October 1846 - 31 March 1847
Reference: WO 10/1945
Subjects: Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army | Europe and Russia

- [1851-1852] Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists.:
Detachments Ionian Isles: Battalion:9, Company:6, Detachment
Malta: Battalion:8, Company:6
Malta: Battalion:11, Company:Detachment.
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 April 1851 - 31 March 1852
Reference: WO 10/2106
Subjects: Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army | Europe and Russia
https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/results/r/4?_q=artillery%20malta%20battalion%208%206&_dss=range&_ro=any

- [1851] Reference: WO 10/2075
Description:
Gibraltar: Battalion:2, Company:8
Gibraltar: Battalion:3, Company:3
Gibraltar: Battalion:7, Company:4, Detachment
Gibraltar: Battalion:8, Company:5
Gibraltar: Battalion:9, Company:7
Ionian Isles: Battalion:1, Company:Detachment
Ionian Isles: Battalion:2, Company:5, Detachment
Ionian Isles: Battalion:9, Company:6, Detachment
Malta: Battalion:2, Company:3
Malta: Battalion:3, Company:7
Malta: Battalion:8, Company:6
Malta: Battalion:11, Company:Detachment
Date: 1851 Apr. - Sept.
Held by: The National Archives, Kew

- [1852] Reference: WO 10/2108
Description:
Gibraltar: Battalion:5, Company:5
Gibraltar: Battalion:7, Company:4
Gibraltar: Battalion:8, Company:5
Gibraltar: Battalion:9, Company:7
Gibraltar: Battalion:12, Company:Detachment
Ionian Isles: Battalion:1,2, Company:Detachments
Ionian Isles: Battalion:9, Company:6, Detachment
Malta: Battalion:8, Company:6
Date: 1852 Apr. - Sept.
Held by: The National Archives, Kew

- [1852-1853] Reference: WO 10/2119
Description:
Carlisle: Detachment
Devonport: Battalion:7, Company:8
Eastbourne: Battalion:9, Company:Detachment
Gosport: Battalion:8, Company:3
Jersey: Battalion:9, Company:5
London, Tower of: Battalion:9, Company:7
Portsmouth: Battalion:8, Company:3
Purfleet: Battalion:8, Company:6
Purfleet: Battalion:9, Company:1
Sheerness: Battalion:7, Company:7
Sheerness: Battalion:9, Company:8
Woolwich: Battalion:7, Company:6, Detachment
Woolwich: Battalion:8, Company:1,2,6, Detachment
Woolwich: Battalion:9, Company:1,3,7, Detachment
Date: 1852 Oct. - 1853 Mar.
Held by: The National Archives, Kew

- [1852-1853] Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists. :
Battalion:5, Company:Detachment
Malta: Battalion:9, Company:Detachment
Purfleet: Battalion:8, Company:6.
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 September 1852 - 31 March 1853
Reference: WO 10/2137
Subjects: Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army | Europe and Russia

- [1853-1854] Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists.
Devonport: Battalion:7, Company:8
Devonport: Battalion:8, Company:3
Dover: Battalion:7, Company:1
Eastbourne: Battalion:7, Company:7
Portsmouth: Battalion:8, Company:6
Sheerness: Battalion:7, Company
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 October 1853 - 31 March 1854
Reference: WO 10/2149
Subjects: Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army | Middle East

- [1854-1855] Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists.
Bristol: Battalion:9, Company:7
Devonport: Battalion:8, Company:3
Guernsey: Battalion:8, Company:8
Hurst Castle: Battalion:8, Company:6
Portsmouth Castle: Battalion:8, Company:6 Portsmouth Castle
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 October 1854 - 31 March 1855
Reference: WO 10/2185
Subjects: Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army

- [1855] Commissary General of Musters Office and successors: Artillery Muster Books and Pay Lists.
Alderney: Battalion:9, Company:1
Bristol: Battalion:9, Company:7
Eastbourne: Battalion:9, Company:4
Hurst Castle: Battalion:8, Company:6
Ireland: Battalion:9, Company:4,8 Leeds: Battalion:9, Company
Held by: The National Archives, Kew - War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
Date: 01 April 1855 - 30 September 1855
Reference: WO 10/2191
Subjects: Armed Forces (General Administration) | Army | Ireland

- [1856] Reference: WO 10/2230
Description:
Aldershot: Battalion:9, Company:3
Devonport: Battalion:9, Company:5
Fort Victoria: Battalion:8, Company:5
(Isle of Wight): Battalion:4, Company:Detachment
Harwich: Battalion:9, Company:6
Sheerness: Battalion:9, Company:2,6
Shoebury Ness: Battalion:9, Company:2
St. Nicholas Island (Plymouth): Battalion:9, Company:7
Tilbury Fort: Battalion:9, Company:1
Woolwich: Battalion:8, Company:6, Detachment
Woolwich: Battalion:9, Company:3,5,8, Detachment
Woolwich: Battalion:10, Company:Detachment
At Sea: Battalion:9, Company:3
Date: 1856 Apr. - Sept.
Held by: The National Archives, Kew



- 1834 - married
At Hambledon, Bucks, Francis Seymour Hamilton, Esq., of the Royal Artillery, to Emma Catherine Frances, second daughter of Thomas Coventry, Esq. of Greenlands
[The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal volume 42]

- 1838 - BIRTHS
Sept. 21, at Brighton, the lady of Lieut. F.S. Hamilton, R.A. of a daughter;
[The United Service Magazine]

- 1846 - BIRTHS 1846
(pag. 211) BIRTHS 1846
4 May at Hampton-grove, Surbiton, near Kingston-on Thames, the lady of captain F. Seymour HAMILTON
[https://archive.org/details/annualregister08unkngoog/page/n687?q=%22lady+of+captain+F.+Seymour%22]

- 1846 - BIRTHS 1846
(pag 198) BIRTHS
HAMILTON, the lady of captain F. Seymour -, R.A., of a daughter; at Hampton-grove, Surbiton, near Kingston-on Thames, May 4;
[The Court magazine and belle assemblée [afterw.] and monthly ..., Volume 28; door Court magazine and monthly critic]

- [History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery Vol II (1784-1815) - major Francis Duncan, 2012]
No. 6 COMPANY, 8th BATTALION
Now “H” BATTERY, 8th BRIGADE, R.A.
...
1847 30th Jan., F. S. Hamilton
...
1846 March, Woolwich
1847 Jan, Malta

OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, JULY 29
... vice Rudyerd deceased Captain am Brevet Major Henry Pester to be Lieut Colonel, yice Crawiord.
Second Captain Francis Seymour Hamilton to be Captain vic ... Published: Friday 06 August 1847
Newspaper: The Pilot
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
[https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/search/results/1845-01-01/1858-12-31?basicsearch=%22seymour%20hamilton%22&exactsearch=false&retrievecountrycounts=false&sortorder=score]

- 1847
No. 6 COMPANY, 8th BATTALION,
Now “D” BATTERY, 9th BRIGADE, R.A.

Succession of Captains.
1846 16th Nov., H. Pester.
1847 30th Jan., F. S. Hamilton
https://www.gutenberg.org/files/58209/58209-h/58209-h.htm
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Office of Odnance 7th September 1847.
Royal regiment of Artillery.
The dates of the commissions of the undermentioned Officers have been altered as follows, viz.
Captain F.S. Hamilton, 1st July 1847 ...;
[The London gazette. 1847 pt.3.]

- 1849 - BIRTHS
May 2, at Bath, the lady of Capt. F. Seymour Hamilton, R.A. of a daughter;
[The United Service Magazine]

- Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries
... son. May 6, in London, the lady of Major Henry Farrant, of the Slot regiment, of a eon.
At Bath, the lady of Captain Seymour Hamilton, of the Boysl [Bord] Artillery, of a daughter.
At Roland's Castle, Hampshire, the lady of Captain OCallaghbn, of the Royal Navy ...
Published: Thursday 10 May 1849
Newspaper: Freeman's Journal
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
[https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/search/results/1845-01-01/1858-12-31?basicsearch=%22seymour%20hamilton%22&exactsearch=false&retrievecountrycounts=false&sortorder=score]


- 1850 - ARMY LIST FOR JULY, 1850
Ordnance Department.
Officers of R. Art. employed on the Recruiting Service.
Capt. R.H. Crofton 17 Jan. 45 Burmingham
Capt. J.W. Ormsby 1 Aug. 49 ...
Capt. F.S. Hamilton 1 Mar. 49 Bristol
Lieut. Reynes 7 Feb. 44 Aberdeen
....
- Malta.
GENERAL ORDER. Deputy Adjudant-General's Office, u , ... .
Woolwich, Dec. 21, 1850.
His lordship the Master-General has signified that the following transfers of Second Lieutenants should take place VIZ. : r
Second Lieutenant C. B. Le Mesurier, from Captain Lrofton s company, 7th battalion, to Captain M'Cov's company, 5th battalion.
Second Lieutenant H. P. P. Plielip?, from Captain Pavn-ter s company, 8th battalion, to Captain F. S. Hamilton's company, 8th battalion.
Second Lieutenant J. A. Price, from Captain Cheetham's company, 8th battalion, to Captain Flude's company, 7th battalion.
Second Lieutenant F. W. Whitehead,
[The Morning Post from London, Greater London, England · 3 January 2, 1851; https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/406087280/]

- 1851 - Census England en Wales [30 maart 1851]
Kingston, Surrey, England / Kingston / Victoria Road Surbiton Terrace
Household Role Sex Age Birthplace

Edward Phillips Head M 44 , London
Louisa Phillips Wife F 50 Blechington, Sussex
Marian Eliza Phillips Daughter F 11 Mitcham, Surrey
Robert Hepburn Muncy Visitor M 47 Scotland
James Scutt M 55 West Moulsey, Surrey
Francis Seymour Hamilton Visitor M 40 , London
Lavinia Barrett Servant F 36 Rotherwick, Hampshire
Sarah Ann Crook F 26 , Hampshire

Event Place Bathwick, Somerset, England
Registration District Bath
Residence Note Bathwick Hill
Household Role Sex Age Birthplace

Emma Hamilton Head F 38 Henley On Thames, Oxfordshire
Ada Hamilton Daur F 14 Brighton, Sussex
Rosa Hamilton Daur F 12 Brighton, Sussex
Archibold Hamilton Son M 10 Ceylond East
Constance Hamilton Daur F 8 ,
Algeron Hamilton Son M 6 Richmond, Surrey
Felicia Hamilton Daur F 5 Kingston, Surrey
Evelin Hamilton Daur F 2 Bath, Somerset
Charlotte Edwards Servant F 26 Batheaston, Somerset
Martha Hinks Servant F 26 Chepstow, Monmouthshire
England and Wales Census, 1851

- 1851 - The Bath Poll Book of the Bath election JUNE 24 1851
Hamilton, Francis S., captain, R.A., 22, Bathwick hill

- 1851
F S Hamilton Captain 1851 Ra 8-6 Malta
https://www.forces-war-records.co.uk/records/12380398/captain-f-s-hamilton-ra-8-6-malta/
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First Name: F S
Surname: Hamilton
Incident Date: 03/1851
Rank: Captain
Duty Location: Malta
Primary Unit: Ra 8-6 Malta
Archive Reference: WO 10/2074
Collection: 1851 Worldwide Army Index


- 1852
- Hamilton, Captain, Croomshill, Greenwich;
[W. Archdeacon's Greenwich & Woolwich directory for 1852 door William Archdeacon]
[https://books.google.nl/books?id=yuQNAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA106&dq=%22capt+hamilton%22+%221852%22&hl=nl&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjO2ZfHyqXiAhURZFAKHdpNBrIQ6AEIMDAB#v=onepage&q=%22capt%20hamilton%22%20%221852%22&f=false]


- 1852
ROYAL ARTILLERY
... station the 211 of September, to relievo Captain Hamilton’* company, under orders to return home to bead-quarter*. liavirg been foreign service since January, 1817.
Previous the embarkation of Captain Hamilton’s company return to England in the Resistance ...
Published: Friday 15 October 1852
Newspaper: Sligo Journal
County: Sligo, Republic of Ireland

- 1852
The Resistance troop frigate, commanded by Mr. Bradshaw, passed by the Isle of Wight on Saturday from Malta, on
... The Resistance troop frigate, commanded by Mr. Bradshaw, passed by the Isle of Wight on Saturday from Malta, on her way to Woolwich, where she has since arrived. She left on the 10th ult. bringing home two companies of re- lieved Royal Artillery. It ...
Published: Saturday 04 December 1852
Newspaper: Hampshire Advertiser

- 1852
ROYAL ARTILLERY
... Inch left long Kong on the ‘-Tind of June last. Captain Pliillpolta’ Company, Dill ballaiion, from Gibraltar,
» d Captain F. S. Hamilton’* Company, Blh battalion, from Malta, arrived ,n the Uesistance, troop ship, I*e Koval Dockyard. Woolwich, Monday last ...
Published: Saturday 04 December 1852
Newspaper: Kentish Independent
[https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/search/results/1845-01-01/1858-12-31?basicsearch=%22f%20s%20hamilton%22&exactsearch=false&retrievecountrycounts=false&sortorder=score&page=1]
NB.
HMS Resistance (1805) was a 38-gun fifth rate launched in 1805. She was converted into a troopship in 1842 and was broken up in 1858.

- 1852-1854
Henry Augustus HAMILTON Baptism 25 Apr 1852 Somerset Weston : Weston - All Saints : Transcript Row 1
John William HAMILTON Baptism 28 Oct 1852 Somerset Frome : Christ Church : Parish Register Row 2
Rosa HAMILTON Baptism 28 Oct 1852 Somerset Frome : Christ Church : Parish Register Row 3
Henry Augustus HAMILTON Burial 21 May 1854 Somerset Weston : All Saints : Transcript Row 4
Caroline HAMILTON Burial 18 Jul 1854 Somerset Lyncombe : St Mark : Parish Register Row 5
[https://www.freereg.org.uk/search_queries/5c8fd45f791e3be45eaaf1d9?locale=en]

- 1853.
COMBE DOWN SCHOOLS. ANNUAL be held (D.V.) on WEDNESDAY, Juy#T_9th, 1853, at 11 o'Clock, a.m. The SERMON ..
... Edward Peach 0 10 0 Miss Taylor, donation 0 10 0
Miss K. W. Hedges 0 10 0 Miss Davies 0 10 0
Captain and Mrs. F. Seymour Hamilton 010 0 H. S. P. (annual) 10 0 D. R. Morier, Esq 10 0 Mrs. and Miss Beck (donation) 0 0 E. R. L. (annual) 010 0 A. ...
Published: Thursday 21 April 1853
Newspaper: Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette
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- 1853
SALES BY AUCTION. GREENLANDS HOUSE, BUCKS, (Near Henley on-Thamcs.) UNRESERVED SALE OF FARMING STOCK. MESSRS. ..
... AUCTION. GREENLANDS HOUSE, BUCKS, (Near Henley on-Thamcs.) UNRESERVED SALE OF FARMING STOCK. MESSRS. WEEKS and SIMMONS are favoured with instructions from George Jackson, Esq., (who is leaving his residence), to AUCTION, on tbo premises, at Greenlands, on ...
Published: Saturday 26 March 1853
Newspaper: Berkshire Chronicle
County: Berkshire, England

- 1853
WOOLWICH - Thubsd a y. Major Genera] Sir W. P. Williams, Bart., commandant of the garriscm, paid a visit of inspection to the various de^rtmente of the Bojal Arsenal to-day. Five hundred howitd army works and transport wsg-gons were disposed of this day by auction at the Boyal Arsenal. A b^t 1000 similar vehicles, returned from the Crimea, are now in store.
Second Captdn aud Major J. Sincldr, of Captain Hamilton's company, 10th battalion iioyal Artillery, and Second Qsptdn and Major F. Miller, of Brevet Major Tapper's company, 13tb hattdion Boyd Artillery, have been persdttea to exchange companies. ll
London Standard Newspaper Archives, Nov 7, 1856
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- 1853-54
(The figures prefixed to the Names of the Officers denote the Battalions [De cijfers die voorafgaan aan de namen van de officieren geven de bataljons aan.].
H.B. Horse Brigade.—G.C. Gentlemen Cadets.-R.H.E. Riding House Establishment.
I.A. Invalid Artillery.)

Royal ARTILLERY.
[pag. 368] 8. Fra. Seymour Hamilton 1 July 1846, 27 Apr 1842;
[A List of the Officers of the Army and of the Corps ... 1853-54.]

- 1854 (nov.)
Army
* War Office Sept. 26
* Office of ordnance, Sept. 25
Royal Regiment of Artillerie - First Lieutenant Alezander Gordon to be second Captain, vice Telfer, retired upton Hald-pay;
....;
Brevet Major Francis Seymour Hamilton to be Lieutenant-Colonel, vice Warde;
Second Captain Neil ....;
[The United Service Magazine]

- 1855 - The Spectator March 24
The ondermentioned offciers of the Royal Artillery having retired upon full pay
under the provisions of the Royal Warrant for the Ordnance Department, dated 3d Nov. 1854, to have the honory rank of Colonel in the army:
Lieut. Col. F.S. Hamilton.
Lieut. R.L. Bingham, of the Bombay Fusiliers, doing duty at the East India Company's Depôt at Warley, during the ...
[The Spectator - Volume 28]

- 1859
From Southampton to Calcutta —Mr- . Couper, Mr. H. F. Andrews, Mr, G-. A* Andrews, Captain J. G. R. Forlonat, ... Cameron, Mr. D. Cameron. August 27 th. From Southampton to Bom&cty—Major and Mrs. Andrews. and BIRTHS. HAMILTON-May 8, at Henley-on-Thames, the wife of Capt. Hamilton, H. M.’s Madras Fusiliers, of a daughter. RAWLINSON-May 8, at Grosvenor-street, Grosvenor-square ...
Published: Monday 16 May 1859
Newspaper: Homeward Mail from India, China and the East
County: London, England

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- 1864
Cause number: 1864 H263. Short title: Hamilton v Hamilton. Documents: Bill,...
Reference: C 16/209/H263
Description:
Cause number: 1864 H263.
Short title: Hamilton v Hamilton.
Documents: Bill, interrogatories, two answers.
Plaintiffs: Francis Seymour Hamilton.
Defendants: Revd Adolphus Hamilton, Reginald Robert Walpole and John Christopher Lethbridge.
Date: 1864
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
Restrictions on use:3 working days notice to produce
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- 1866 - ARMY LIST FOR OCTOBER, 1866
Officers retired on full pay
Art. F.S. Hamilton (Rank in the Army) Col. 8Mar 55;


- 1871 - The new annual army list, militia list, and Indian civil service list (by H.G. Hart; London : John Murray)

Colonels
Francis S. Hamilton, Lt. Col, r.f.p., R.Art.

Cornet/2d Lieut. of ensign: 26 July 1831
Lieut.: 17 Aug. 1832
Captain: 27 Apr. 1842
Major: 20 June 1854
Lieut. Colonel: 13 Sept. 1854
Colonel: 8 Mar. 1855
When places on half pay: -

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- 1871 - England and Wales Census, 1871
Name J S [J.S.=F.S.?] Hamilton
Event Type Census
Event Date 1871
Event Place Lyncombe & Widcombe, Somersetshire, England
Enumeration District 6
Gender Male
Age 60
Marital Status Widowed
Occupation Colonel Rc Artilery
Relationship to Head of Household Lodger
Birth Year (Estimated) 1811
Birthplace London, Middlesex
Entry Number 7
Affiliate Image Identifier GBC/1871/2484/0162
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Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
J S Hamilton Lodger M 60 London, Middlesex
Emma Arthur Servant F 36 Bath, Somerset
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- England and Wales Census, 1871
Name Aubrey R Hamilton
Event Type Census
Event Date 1871
Event Place Antony, Cornwall, England
Gender Male
Age 19
Marital Status Single
Occupation Ensign [kornet/cornet]
Birth Year (Estimated) 1852
Birthplace Bath, Somerset
Entry Number 4
Affiliate Image Identifier GBC/1871/2229/0204
Citing this Record
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- England and Wales Census, 1871
Name Archibd Hamilton
Event Type Census
Event Date 1871
Event Place St Pancras, London, Middlesex, England
Enumeration District 12
Gender Male
Age 30
Marital Status Unmarried
Occupation Retired Madra Nao
Relationship to Head of Household Lodger
Birth Year (Estimated) 1841
Birthplace Ceylon
Entry Number 2
Affiliate Image Identifier GBC/1871/0217/0146


- 1881
England and Wales Census, 1881
Event Place Swansea (Town), Glamorganshire, Wales
Registration District Swansea
Residence Note Walters Road

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
Albert C Hadland Head M 46 Banbury, Oxfordshire, England (Arsenic & Copper Works Employing 8 Men (Manuf))
R G M [= Rosabel Georgiana Maria] Hadland Wife F 41 Brighton, Sussex, England
F [= Rosalie Felicia] Duglas Hamilton Sister In Law F 33 Kingston On Thames, Surrey, England (Single)
Mary Thomas Servant F 36 Llandygwdd, Cardiganshire, Wales

- England and Wales Census, 1881
Event Place Littleham, Devon, England
Registration District St Thomas
Residence Note Alexandra Terrace

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
Ada Douglas Hamilton Head F 44 Woolwich, Kent, England (married; Dividends)
Evelyn D Hamilton Sister F 31 Bath, Somerset, England (Single; Dividends)
Blanche D Hamilton Sister F 28 Bath, Somerset, England (Single; Dividends)
Minnie D Hamilton Sister F 26 Bath, Somerset, England (Single; Dividends)
Henrietta Macauly Visitor F 42 Canada
Camilla D Hamilton Visitor F 22 India


- 1891
England and Wales Census, 1891
Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
Evelyn Douglas-Hamilton Daughter Female 11 Devonshire, England
Janes Douglas-Hamilton Daughter Female 10 Devonshire, England
Ada Douglas-Hamilton Niece Female 54 Woolwich, Kent, England (Terfusis Terrace; living on own means, singel, 54 yrs)
Marian Davey Servant Female 25 Norfolk, Mt Mull
Susan Dyment Servant Female 39 Devonshire, Speke
Ellen Ottaway Servant Female 18 Berkshire, England

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