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Douglas Edmund HopeAge: 54 years18771931

Name
Douglas Edmund Hope
Given names
Douglas Edmund
Surname
Hope
Birth March 6, 1877 29 25
Christening March 8, 1877 (Age 2 days)
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Birth of a brotherAdrian Lewis Hope
October 3, 1878 (Age 18 months)

Census April 3, 1881 (Age 4 years) Age: 4
Address: Old House
Citation details: Reference RG11, Piece 799, Folio 145, Page 25
Text:
The undermentioned Houses are situate within the Boundaries of the Civil Parish [or Township] of: Betchworth City or Municipal Borough of: - Municipal Ward of: - Parliamentary Borough of: - Town or Village or Hamlet of: Betchworth Urban Sanitary District of: - Rural Sanitary District of: Reigate Ecclesiastical Parish or District of: St Michael No. of Schedule: 111 Road, Street, &c., and No. or Name of House: Old House Houses Inhabited: 1 Houses Uninhabited (U.), or Building (B.): - Name and Surname of each Person: Douglas E Hope Relation to Head of Family: Son Condition as to Marriage: - Age last Birthday of Males: - Age last Birthday of Females: 4 Rank, Profession, or Occupation: - Where Born: Surrey Epsom If (1) Deaf-and-Dumb, (2) Blind, (3) Imbecile or Idiot, (4) Lunatic: -
Death of a fatherArchibald Godfrey Hope
June 17, 1881 (Age 4 years)

Marriage of a parentPercival KingsfordAdela Henrietta CurtisView this family
Type: Religious marriage
April 25, 1889 (Age 12 years)
Address: St Martin-in-the-Fields
Text:
1889. Marriage solemnized at the Parisch Church in the Parish of St Martin in the Fields, Westminster in the County of Middlesex. No.: 436 When Married: April 25th, 1889 Name and Surname: Percival Kingsford; Adela Henrietta Hope Age: full; full Condition: Bachelor; Widow Rank or Profession: Gentleman Residence at the time of Marriage: Constitutional Club; Sunbury on Thames Father's Name and Surname: Edward Kingsford; Charles William Curtis Rank or Profession: Surgeon; Gentleman Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Churched, by Licence, [Unterschrift ... Kingsford: M.A.] Vicar of S. Thomas's ... This Marriage was solemnized between us, [Unterschrift Percival Kingsford] [Unterschrift Adela Henrietta Hope] in the Presence of us, [Unterschrift C. W. Curtis] [Unterschrift Henrietta F Curtis] [Unterschrift Ed Kingsford]
Death of a paternal grandfatherArchibald Hugh Hope
March 8, 1890 (Age 13 years)

Birth of a half-sisterDiana Gilchrist Kingsford
about June 1890 (Age 13 years)
Source: GRO Index
Citation details: District Staines, Vol 3a, Page 4
Census April 5, 1891 (Age 14 years) Age: 14
Address: Shepperton Road West Lodge
Citation details: Reference RG12, Piece 1015, Folio 33, Page 2
Text:
Administrative County of Middlesex The undermentioned Houses are situate within the Boundaries of the Civil Parish of: Sunbury Municipal Borough of: - Municipal Ward of: - Urban Sanitary District of: - Town or Village or Hamlet: Sunbury Rural Sanitary District: Staines Parliamentary Borough or Division of: Uxbridge Ecclesiastical Parish or District of: St Marys No. of Schedule: 4 Road, Street, &c., and No. or Name of House: Shepperton Rd, West Lodge Houses Inhabited: 1 Houses Uninhabited (U.), or Building (B.): - Number of rooms occupied if less than five: - Name and Surname of each Person: Doughlas E Hope Relation to Head of Family: Stp Son Condition as to Marriage: S Age last Birthday of Males: 14 Age last Birthday of Females: - Profession or Occupation: - Employer: - Employed: - Neither Employer nor Employed: - Where Born: Surrey Epsom If (1) Deaf-and-Dumb, (2) Blind, (3) Lunatic, Imbecile or Idiot: -
Marriage of a siblingRichard Berwick HopeFrances Catherine Genette Douglas LaneView this family
Type: Religious marriage
April 29, 1899 (Age 22 years)
Citation details: St James (Piccadilly), Trauungen, 1899, Nr. 418
Text:
1899. Marriage solemnized at the Church in the Parish of S James, Westminster in the County of London. No.: 418 When Married: April 29, 1899 Name and Surname: Richard Berwick Hope; Frances Catherine Genette Douglas Lane Age: 24; 23 Condition: Bachelor; Spinster Rank or Profession: Gentleman Residence at the time of Marriage: S. James's; Upper Norwood, Surrey Father's Name and Surname: Archibald Godfrey Hope; Richard Douglas Hay Lane Rank or Profession: Gentleman (dec); Captain (retired) Married in the Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Churched by Licence or after ___ by me, [Unterschrift William Russell] This Marriage was solemnized between us, [Unterschrift R. B. Hope] [Unterschrift F.C.G.D. Lane] in the Presence of us, [Unterschrift R Douglas H Lane] [Unterschrift Adela H Kingsford] [Unterschrift unleserlich Hope]
Death of a brotherAdrian Lewis Hope
June 17, 1902 (Age 25 years)

Burial of a maternal grandfatherCharles William Curtis
May 9, 1905 (Age 28 years)
Cemetery: St Peter & St Paul
Citation details: Beerdigungen, 1905, Nr. 294
Text:
Name: Charles William Curtis Abode: Kearsney Abbey, River When buried: 9th May 1905 Age: 81 years
Death of a paternal grandmotherCaroline Elizabeth Jones
February 7, 1912 (Age 34 years)

Citation details: L-AG-23-10-2, List of wives, and widows, and children of the members of the Madras military fund
Marriage of a half-siblingAlbert E WillettDiana Gilchrist KingsfordView this family
about September 1912 (Age 35 years)
Source: GRO Index
Citation details: District Marylebone, Vol 1a, Page 1505
Death of a maternal grandmotherHenrietta Francisca Robinson
about May 1914 (Age 37 years)

Burial of a maternal grandmotherHenrietta Francisca Robinson
May 21, 1914 (Age 37 years)
Cemetery: St Peter & St Paul
Citation details: Beerdigungen, 1914, Nr. 434
Text:
Name: Henrietta Francisca Curtis Abode: [...] When buried: May 21st Age: 84 y
MarriageVictoria Maud ArnoldView this family
November 18, 1914 (Age 37 years)

Birth of a daughter
#1
Mary Dianna Hope
June 4, 1916 (Age 39 years)
Source: GRO Index
Citation details: District Kingston, Volume 2a, Page 812
Emigration October 13, 1916 (Age 39 years)
Citation details: Passenger Lists leaving UK
Text:
Name of Ship: Kaisar -I- Hind Steamship Line: P.&O.S.N.Co. [Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company] Date of Departure: 13th October, 19__. Where Bound: Sydney. Names and descriptions of BRITISH passengers embarked at the port of: London. Contract Ticket No.: 11836 Names of passengers: HOPE Douglas Edmund Class: 2 Port at which Passengers have contracted to land: Sydney Profession, Occupation or Calling of Passengers: Officer Ages of Passengers, Adults of 12 years and upwards, Not accompanied by husband or wife: 40 Country of last Permanent Residence: England Country of Intended Future Permanent Residence: Papua Departure port: LONDON Destination port: SYDNEY State: New South Wales Destination country: AUSTRALIA Ship official number: 128653 Ship master's first name: G W Ship master's last name: GORDON Ship registered tonnage: 5989.30
Death of a motherAdela Henrietta Curtis
September 1923 (Age 46 years) Age: 72
Source: GRO Index
Citation details: District Elham, Vol 2a, Page 1074
Burial of a motherAdela Henrietta Curtis
September 19, 1923 (Age 46 years)
Cemetery: Holy Trinity
Citation details: Beerdigungen, 1923, Nr. 461
Text:
Name: Adela Henrietta Kingsford Abode: 49 Augusta Gardens, Folkestone When buried: September 19th 1923 Age: 72
Emigration August 26, 1924 (Age 47 years)
Citation details: Passenger Lists leaving the UK
Text:
Name of Ship: T.S.S. "Esperance Bay" Steamship Line, Australian Commonwealth Line. Date of Departure: 26th August, 1924. Where Bound: Australia. Names and descriptions of BRITISH passengers embarked at the port of: London. Contract Ticket No.: 11836 Names of passengers: HOPE Mr. Douglas E. Last address in the United Kingdom: C/o, Cook's London. Class: 3rd Port at which Passengers have contracted to land: SYDNEY Profession, Occupation or Calling of Passengers: Ret. Army Offr. Ages of Passengers, Adults of 12 years and upwards, Not accompanied by husband or wife: 47 Country of last Permanent Residence: England Country of Intended Future Permanent Residence: AUSTRALIA Departure port: LONDON Destination port: SYDNEY State: New South Wales Destination country: AUSTRALIA Ship official number: 140148 Ship master's first name: R Ship master's last name: MCKENZIE Ship master's title: CAPT Ship registered tonnage: 8451
Death August 1, 1931 (Age 54 years)

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: October 5, 1871
9 months
elder brother
1 year
elder brother
15 months
elder brother
Richard Berwick Hope
Birth: October 25, 1874 26 23Coombe, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, England, Großbritannien
Death: September 13, 1952Poole, Dorset, England, Großbritannien
20 months
elder sister
Edith Adela Hope
Birth: about June 1876 28 25Epsom, Surrey, England, Großbritannien
Death: December 14, 1947
9 months
himself
19 months
younger brother
Mother’s family with Percival Kingsford - View this family
step-father
Percival Kingsford
Birth: October 3, 1847 32 32Staines, Middlesex, England, Großbritannien
Death: about September 1934Staines, Middlesex, England, Großbritannien
mother
Marriage: April 25, 1889London, London, England, Großbritannien
14 months
half-sister
Family with Victoria Maud Arnold - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: November 18, 1914
19 months
daughter
Edward Herbert Athol Scales + Victoria Maud Arnold - View this family
wife’s husband
wife
step-son
John Hope
Birth: June 3, 1920 34 27Amersham, Buckinghamshire, England, Großbritannien
Death: December 20, 1943
step-son
Private
step-son
Private
step-daughter
Private
step-son
Private

ChristeningWebseite: Familysearch (unter Vorbehalt)
Publication: http://www.familysearch.org/
CensusVolkszählung: 1881 England, Wales & Scotland Census (3.4.1881)
Citation details: Reference RG11, Piece 799, Folio 145, Page 25
Text:
The undermentioned Houses are situate within the Boundaries of the Civil Parish [or Township] of: Betchworth City or Municipal Borough of: - Municipal Ward of: - Parliamentary Borough of: - Town or Village or Hamlet of: Betchworth Urban Sanitary District of: - Rural Sanitary District of: Reigate Ecclesiastical Parish or District of: St Michael No. of Schedule: 111 Road, Street, &c., and No. or Name of House: Old House Houses Inhabited: 1 Houses Uninhabited (U.), or Building (B.): - Name and Surname of each Person: Douglas E Hope Relation to Head of Family: Son Condition as to Marriage: - Age last Birthday of Males: - Age last Birthday of Females: 4 Rank, Profession, or Occupation: - Where Born: Surrey Epsom If (1) Deaf-and-Dumb, (2) Blind, (3) Imbecile or Idiot, (4) Lunatic: -
CensusVolkszählung: 1891 England, Wales & Scotland Census (5.4.1891)
Citation details: Reference RG12, Piece 1015, Folio 33, Page 2
Text:
Administrative County of Middlesex The undermentioned Houses are situate within the Boundaries of the Civil Parish of: Sunbury Municipal Borough of: - Municipal Ward of: - Urban Sanitary District of: - Town or Village or Hamlet: Sunbury Rural Sanitary District: Staines Parliamentary Borough or Division of: Uxbridge Ecclesiastical Parish or District of: St Marys No. of Schedule: 4 Road, Street, &c., and No. or Name of House: Shepperton Rd, West Lodge Houses Inhabited: 1 Houses Uninhabited (U.), or Building (B.): - Number of rooms occupied if less than five: - Name and Surname of each Person: Doughlas E Hope Relation to Head of Family: Stp Son Condition as to Marriage: S Age last Birthday of Males: 14 Age last Birthday of Females: - Profession or Occupation: - Employer: - Employed: - Neither Employer nor Employed: - Where Born: Surrey Epsom If (1) Deaf-and-Dumb, (2) Blind, (3) Lunatic, Imbecile or Idiot: -
EmigrationSchiffs-Passagierlisten
Citation details: Passenger Lists leaving UK
Text:
Name of Ship: Kaisar -I- Hind Steamship Line: P.&O.S.N.Co. [Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company] Date of Departure: 13th October, 19__. Where Bound: Sydney. Names and descriptions of BRITISH passengers embarked at the port of: London. Contract Ticket No.: 11836 Names of passengers: HOPE Douglas Edmund Class: 2 Port at which Passengers have contracted to land: Sydney Profession, Occupation or Calling of Passengers: Officer Ages of Passengers, Adults of 12 years and upwards, Not accompanied by husband or wife: 40 Country of last Permanent Residence: England Country of Intended Future Permanent Residence: Papua Departure port: LONDON Destination port: SYDNEY State: New South Wales Destination country: AUSTRALIA Ship official number: 128653 Ship master's first name: G W Ship master's last name: GORDON Ship registered tonnage: 5989.30
EmigrationSchiffs-Passagierlisten
Citation details: Passenger Lists leaving the UK
Text:
Name of Ship: T.S.S. "Esperance Bay" Steamship Line, Australian Commonwealth Line. Date of Departure: 26th August, 1924. Where Bound: Australia. Names and descriptions of BRITISH passengers embarked at the port of: London. Contract Ticket No.: 11836 Names of passengers: HOPE Mr. Douglas E. Last address in the United Kingdom: C/o, Cook's London. Class: 3rd Port at which Passengers have contracted to land: SYDNEY Profession, Occupation or Calling of Passengers: Ret. Army Offr. Ages of Passengers, Adults of 12 years and upwards, Not accompanied by husband or wife: 47 Country of last Permanent Residence: England Country of Intended Future Permanent Residence: AUSTRALIA Departure port: LONDON Destination port: SYDNEY State: New South Wales Destination country: AUSTRALIA Ship official number: 140148 Ship master's first name: R Ship master's last name: MCKENZIE Ship master's title: CAPT Ship registered tonnage: 8451
NoteZeitung: The Washington Post
Citation details: Dienstag, 20. März 1906, S. 1
Date of entry in original source: March 20, 1906
Note
British Officer Gallant. Refuses to Prosecute Woman He Accused of Robbing Him. Special to The Washington Post. New York, March 19. -- Douglas Edmund Hope, captain of a troop of Thornycroft's Cavalry during the Boer War, who alleged that he was robbed in a West Thirty-eighth house last Thursday morning of $60 and a ticket to London, went to the West Side court this morning to appear against Laura Chevalier, who had been arrested on his complaint. "I would rather have been struck by a tram car than to have had this thing happen," said Capt. Hope. "I am to be married soon." The woman was discharged at the captain's request. Capt. Hope is a member of an English family which has a long military record. He was a second lieutenant in the Prince of Wales' North Staffordshire Regiment, doing service in China, when the Boer War commenced. He was then called to South Africa to command a troop of cavalry formed by Col. Thornycroft of the refugees from Johannesburg. While he was on outpost duty in May, 1900, his horse was killed beneath him and he himself was wounded, and he was sent home. He returned to duty, and was in the saddle when the war ended.