NameElizabeth Hannah Norgar [13], [15], GGG Grandmother
Deathaft 1887 [28]
Birth26 Dec 1796, Calcutta [15]
Death8 Feb 1853, Brighton [15]
FatherThomas (i) Boileau (1754-1806)
MotherLeah Jessup (1767-1845)
Marriage3 Mar 1834, Cuddalore, India [15]
 Despreaux John (1842-1864)
 Ellen Leah (1838-1918)
Notes for Elizabeth Hannah Norgar
She was still alive, and residing at Eastbourne, when [28] was written in 1887. The statement is just so typical: “The third wife, a widow, resides at Eastbourne, and had one son only - Despreaux John Boileau, who held a commission in the 90th Regiment and died in the Punjaub, 24 July, 1864. One daughter, unmarried, resides with the mother. All the others are married.” The daughters’ names are not even given, while the SON’s name is given in loving detail, and even the name of his bloody regiment. Damn it’s annoying.
Notes for Thomas Ebenezer John (Spouse 1)
A judge of the Madras Presidency. He was the first of his family to return to India where he was born, from England where he was raised. (Recall that his mother raised him at Bury St. Edmunds).

[BBB] says: “b in Calcutta, 26 Dec 1796. Appointed a Writer in the Madras Civil Service, HEICS, 1815; Assistant Registrar, Provincial Court, S Division, Madras Presidency, 1818; Acting Judge 1824; Asst Judge, Canara 1827. Thereafter continued in judicial appts in the Presidency, until his retirement in 1851, as Civil & Sessions Judge, Northern Circuits. Furlough to South Africa, Sep 1841 to end 1843.”
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