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John Henry de Maillet. Funeral took place on 22 December 1924. Aged 45 years. Home address: 99 Grange Road, Small Heath. Died at Queens Hospital. Grave located on Section 12 Grave Number 18072. Also interred in the grave is: Joan E de Maillet. Aged 5 years. Funeral took place on 22 February 1922. According to our records there is no memorial on the grave.

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Barbara Tacy
Administrative Assistant
Yardley Cemetery & Crematorium 
DE MAILLET, John Henry (I7)
 
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John Henry de Maillet. Funeral took place on 22 December 1924. Aged 45 years. Home address: 99 Grange Road, Small Heath. Died at Queens Hospital. Grave located on Section 12 Grave Number 18072. Also interred in the grave is: Joan E de Maillet. Aged 5 years. Funeral took place on 22 February 1922. According to our records there is no memorial on the grave.

Regards

Barbara Tacy
Administrative Assistant
Yardley Cemetery & Crematorium 
DE MAILLET, Joan Emily (I44)
 
3 Birth registered by John H de Maillet, registered on 18th July 1923 DE MAILLET, Ronald John (I4)
 
4 Conflicts with Baptism 27 Jun 1814. Claimed to be from Parish Records LISSIMAN, Mary Ann (I12)
 
5 Death registered by G. H. Handy the Master of the Workhouse DE MAILLET, Peter Henry (I14)
 
6 Deaths register:

Q2 1982. de Maillet, Rose, DOB 01 May 1887 Birmingham, Vol32 Page 1609. Certificate obtained.

The address of death on the death certificate is not the usual address which was given as 45 Birdbrook Road.

Person notifying death was Leslie Powell on 29th April 1982 
PARKES, Rose (I123)
 
7 Died of Dropsy. Person notifying death was a Charlotte Wilkins LISSIMAN, Mary Ann (I12)
 
8 Egyptologist, Wrote Telliamed - early geological work. Measured great pyramid. DE MAILLET, Benoit (I124)
 
9 From IGI Family F10
 
10 In the home of William Powell. described as the "widow of John de Maillet" Cause of death given as Influenza. Aged 72 years DICKINSON, Sarah Ann (I9)
 
11 Informant is Mary J Ferguson, Sister in law, Present at the death, 41 Long Causeway, Falmouth, Near Bolton, Lancashire. DE MAILLET, John (I8)
 
12 Informant was John H. de Maillet, Brother in attendance. 999 Grange Road, Small Heath DE MAILLET, William Robert (I50)
 
13 Margin of certificate shows [Illegible] "......and corrected on 30th September 1884 by me E F Hamilton Registrar in the presence of H Demallett Widower." The name of the widower had been set to Dowlett but has been crossed out and changed to Demallett.

The Address given for the death is in The Redan, West Malvern. The Redan was a beer/cider house at this time! 
WOODCOCK, Susan (I17)
 
14 Member of the house of Queen Marguerite de France DE MAILLET, Marc (I125)
 
15 No record of Christening in CofE records. These checked 16 Sep 2005 at Warwick County Records Office DE MAILLET, John Henry (I7)
 
16 No record of Christening in CofE records. These checked 16 Sep 2005 at Warwick County Records Office DE MAILLET, Mary Hellen (I45)
 
17 Registration was made by Mary Anne who signed the certificate with "X" DE MAILLET, John (I8)
 
18 St Michaels Ledbury is Anglican. Louise Henrietta (I22)
 
19 The following notes where taken from those made by Anthony de Maillet on the web site he posted at ancestry.co.uk

''Harriet de Maillet'' recorded in the 1851 Census at Colwell Green Cottages. Described as the niece of the head of the house, a William Willis/Millis/Miller (writing illegible). Age was shown as a stroke that could be a 9, 7 or 1, and she was described as a scholor.

The Birth certificate shows her as Mary Ann Harriett, daughter of Peter Henry de Maillet, a professor of the French Language and Mary Ann Lefsiman [sic] who registered the birth signing with an X.

Further information found relating to the above can be found on the Parish Transcriptions for Colwall, Herefordshire, England.

The Parish Christening Transciptions show on 2 June 1844 Mary Harriett daughter of Peter Henry and Mary Anne mailcot with ''none'' entered for Fathers occupation. The Transcriptions for her Wedding shows Harriet aged 19 Married James Handy aged 24 on 9 July 1861 being the daughter of Peter de Maillet - Music Master. Both couples where unmarried before. 
DE MAILLET, Mary Ann Harriet (I13)
 
20 The following notes where taken from those made by Anthony de Maillet on the web site he posted at ancestry.co.uk

Little information is available regarding Peter Henry de Maillet. At the Birth of Mary Anne Harriet, the residence was given as Old Chaple Street, Stroud. Stroud was also the location for the 1841 Census with the Birth location as being 'abroad' and occupation given as ''Professor of French Language''. In 1841 abroad could include the Channel Islands. The name ''de Maillet'' is one of the top 20 names on the islands. On Harriets Wedding Certificate, occupation is given as ''Music Master''.

Update. Record for Pierre Henri Maillet found as a seaman up to 18 years old aboard the french Warship Scipion captured at Trafalgar 1805. He was a prinsoner of war. No other information available. Questionable whether this is the same individual. 
DE MAILLET, Doron Peter Henry (I11)
 
21 This was John Henry de Maillets Second Marriage - he was a Widower at the time. Family F5
 
22 Urethal Stricture is a narrowing of the Uretha. This can be hereditary or caused by infection or other trauma. Treatment would have been by way of an internal urethrotomy. Extravasation of urine, cystitis and cellulitis are unpleasant complcations of the condition that proved fatal. DE MAILLET, John Henry (I7)
 


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