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251 Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. (NARA microfilm publication T9, 1,454 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Source (S104)
 
252 Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. (NARA microfilm publication T9, 1,454 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Source (S264)
 
253 Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. (NARA microfilm publication T9, 1,454 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Source (S394)
 
254 The National Archives of the UK (TNA).

War Office: Soldiers’ Documents from Pension Claims, First World War (Microfilm Copies); (The National Archives Microfilm Publication WO364); Records created or inherited by the War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies; The National Archives of the UK (TNA), Kew, Surrey, England.

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Source (S350)
 
255 The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO).

War Office: Soldiers’ Documents, First World War ‘Burnt Documents’ (Microfilm Copies); (The National Archives Microfilm Publication WO363); Records created or inherited by the War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies; The National Archives of the UK (TNA), Kew, Surrey, England.

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Source (S345)
 
256 The Obituary Daily Times, : The Obituary Daily Times Source (S88)
 
257 The Obituary Daily Times, : The Obituary Daily Times Source (S272)
 
258 They did not have any children. Family story is that Albert wanted to adopt Anthony but Edith did not want to so it did not go ahead.
 
Scotchmer, Albert V (I1946)
 
259 This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source citation was created. Source (S56)
 
260 TRANSCRIPT OF THE WILL OF JOHN DAVIS SCOTCHMER OF 399 NEW NORTH ROAD ISLINGTON DATED 2 APRIL 1913 Probate: Granted 9 March 1914 -London Executors: Arthur John Scotchmer & William Freshwater £31016 16s 1d I JOHN DAVIS SCOTCHMER of 399 New North Road Islington in the County of London Watchmaker hereby revoke all testamentary dispositions heretofore made by me and declare this to be my last will 1. I appoint my son Arthur John Scotchmer and my son in law William Freshwater -/(hereinafter called my trustees) to be the EXECUTORS and TRUSTEES of this my will/ 2. I direct payment of all my just debts funeral & testamentary expenses/ 3. I give the following legacy free of all legacy duty namely To my son Arthur/ John Scotchmer the sum of five pounds To my son in law William Freshwater the sum of/ five pounds To my great granddaughter Eva Freshwater the sum of two pounds ten -/ shillings To my grandson John Cecil Rogers the sum of fifteen pounds and to my grand/daughter Madge Rogers the sum of fifteen pounds And I direct that each of such - /legacies shall be paid to the said John Cecil Rogers on their -/respectively attaining the age of twenty one years 4. I give devise and bequeath unto my trustees my four freehold cottages 24, 26, 28 & 30 Crescent Road Leyton in the County of Essex Upon trust to pay the net income -/ arising therefrom to my son Arthur John Scotchmer during his life but subject to the/payment to my daughter Florence Mary Reeve of the sum of seven shillings and six pence/ per week out of the rents thereof during her life and upon the death of the said - /Arthur John Scotchmer I direct my trustees to stand possessed thereof (subject to/ the said annuity to the said Florence Mary Reeve) Upon trust as to the said premises/ 24 & 26 Crescent Road Leyton for my grandson Sydney John Scotchmer and as to the said/ premises 28 & 30 Crescent Road Leyton for my granddaughter Florence Myra Scotchmer -/ absolutely 5. I give devise & bequeathe my freehold cottage known as "Ivy Cottage" Birchall/ Road Leyton aforesaid unto my trustees Upon trust to pay the net income arising -/therefrom unto my daughter Sarah Ann Freshwater during her life and on her death to/ pay the net income to my grandson Horace Freshwater during his life and on his/ decease to pay the net income to my grandson Ernest Scotchmer Freshwater during his/ life and on the decease of the survivor of the said Horace Freshwater and Ernest -/Scotchmer Freshwater I direct that the said premises shall fall into and form part/ of my residuary estate 6. And as all the rest residue and remainder of my estate and effects whatsoever/ and wheresoever and whether real or personal I give devise and bequeath the same unto/ and equally between my daughter Sarah Ann Freshwater and my son Arthur John Scotchmer 7. I hereby constitute and appoint my trustees as to the said premises at Crescent -/Road Leyton and Ivy Cottage Birchall Road Leyton trustees for the purpose of the -/ Settled Lands Acts IN WITNESS whereof I have to this my will set my hand this second day of April/ one thousand nine hundred and thirteen - JOHN DAVIS SCOTCHMER - Signed and/ acknowledged by the said John Davis Scotchmer as his will in the presence of us both/
being present at the same time who at his request in the presence of each other hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses - -/
HERBERT S SYRETT Solicitor 45 Finsbury Pavement E C - ALFRED CRUMP Solicitor 45 Finsbury Pavement EC Clerk to Mess_Syrett & Sons/

On the 9th day of March Probate of this will was granted to Arthur John Scotchmer and William Freshwater the Executors
 
Scotchmer, John Davis (I692)
 
261 Transcript of Will of Herbert Scotchmer
THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me,/ HERBERT SCOTCHMER of 59 Amberwood Rise New Malden
in the County of Surrey.
1. I hereby REVOKE all former Wills and testamentary/ dispositions heretofore made by me and declare this to be my last Will.
2. I give devise bequeath and appoint everything of
which I shall die possessed unto my dear wife EMILY and I appoint her the sole EXECUTRIX of this my Will.

IN WITNESS I have set my hand to this my Will this Twentyninth day of November One/ thousand nine hundred and thirty eight.

WITNESSES:- HAROLD HAYDN FOOTE ROSE WYATT
 
Scotchmer, Herbert (I1192)
 
262 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 Source (S111)
 
263 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 Source (S257)
 
264 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 Source (S110)
 
265 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 Source (S208)
 
266 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 Source (S256)
 
267 Various sources in different countries Source (S179)
 
268 Volume 1 of three volumes published in Australia Source (S393)
 
269 Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings. Source (S317)
 
270 Walter died the day after his wife-were they both killed as the result of an German Bombing in WWII? Sarfas, Walter William (I1163)
 
271 Walter in all official records (apart from the Census) is shown as Scotchmer/Scotchmere
 
Scotchmere, Walter Edwin (I2140)
 
272 WALTER SCOTCHMER

EXTRACT FROM STRATFORD EXPRESS
SATURDAY 22 AUGUST 1936

BODY FOUND IN CREEK
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On Tuesday the body of a man was
found floating in the water at Bow Creek,
Stratford.
It was recovered and later identified as
that of Walter Scotcher (sic), aged 43 of
Wendon-street Bow. There was no sus-
picion of foul play.

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EXTRACT FROM STRATFORD EXPRESS
SATURDAY 29 AUGUST 1936

SECRET FEAR AND SUICIDE
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Mr Danford Thomas, Deputy Coroner
for West Ham, held an inquest on Friday
on Walter Scotchmer, 43, labourer, of 26
Wendon-street, Bow, whose body was found
in the Channelsea river south of Nichol-
son's distillery on the evening of August
18th.
From the evidence it appeared that the
deceased served in the Kings Royal
Rifles in the war, and received a disability
pension of 12s. for heart affection. He
said that he always had a palpitation. He
was able to do his work, but during the
last three months there was a
change in him. He was nervous and suf-
fered from dyspepsia, and he had to give
up his work because he was so low-
spirited. He had been in hospital for a
time, and it was suggested that he should
go to a convalescent home, but he thought
that meant something else and was upset.
According to his doctor he had a secret fear
that he was suffering from cancer,
although he had been told as the result of
examinations that there were no grounds
for his fears. On the morning of August
17th he went out and did not return home
until the next morning, when he
told his wife that he had been to Wood-
ford. Subsequently he and his wife went
to the relief office and drew relief, and
he gave her 'fa1 10s., retaining 1s 6d. for him-
self. He then left her and said "I'll see
you later.". She did not see him alive
after that, and on the evening of that day
his body was seen lying face downwards
partly on the mud and partly on the con-
crete sill of the river. The tide was run-
ning down. The body was recovered and
hoisted from the river bed to the bank by
means of a crane, and it was afterwards
seen by Dr E.B. Grogono who found that
he had been dead between an hour and
two, and that he had died from drowning.
Dr Grogono told the Deputy Coroner
that there were no marks of violence upon
him except bruises on the forehead, cheek
and nose. There was a possibility that the
bruise on the forehead may have stunned
him before he got into the water. There
was no sign of cancer or poisoning.
A brother said that deceased had never
shown any tendency towards suicide and
he thought he had been leaning over the
low wall on the river bank, and had be-
come giddy and fallen.
The widow said her husband had never
threatened to take his life. He was "dead
scared" of water.
The Deputy Coroner asked the widow if
she would care to have the inquest ad-
journed so that a jury might consider the
case and she replied she was satisfied.

The Deputy Coroner said the man had
been depressed and he had no doubt that
he took his own life. He returned a ver-
dict of suicide during temporary insanity.
 
Scotchmer, Walter (I239)
 
273 Was known to have crossed from Canada to USA but date at present unknown! Did she die in Canada or USA? Scotchmer, Emma Eliza (I1115)
 
274 Went with her family in 1850's to USA. Ancestor/Relative of Rick Estberg Went with her family in 1850's to USA. Ancestor/Relative of RickEstberg
 
Scotchmer, Emma (I2211)
 
275 William Catchpole after being widowed married his daughter in law Julia's sister Ellen. Was he the father of Ellen's illegitimate children? Catchpole, William (I1030)
 
276 Yorkshire Parish Records, West Yorkshire Archive Service: Leeds, England Source (S123)
 
277 Yorkshire Parish Records, West Yorkshire Archive Service: Leeds, England Source (S251)
 
278 [hithcox.FTW] [steven.FTW] Note in the Burial Register at Otley Suffolk against the entry for Lucy Broom 'commonly known as Scotchmer' Her children were baptised as Broom although in the 1851 Census the two boys are listed as Scotchmer!!![ancestors.FTW] [hithcox.FTW] [steven.FTW] Note in the Burial Register at Otley Suffolk against the entry for Lucy Broom 'commonly known as Scotchmer' Her children were baptised as Broom although in the 1851 Census the two boys are listed as Scotchmer!!!
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Note in the Burial Register at Otley Suffolk against the entry for Lucy Broom
'commonly known as Scotchmer'

Her children were baptised as Broom although in the 1851 Census the two boys are listed as Scotchmer!!![ancestors.FTW]

[hithcox.FTW] [steven.FTW] Note in the Burial Register at Otley Suffolk against the entry for Lucy Broom 'commonly known as Scotchmer' Her children were baptised as Broom although in the 1851 Census the two boys are listed as Scotchmer!!!
 
Broom, Lucy (I625)
 

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