Sources
776. Marriage Certificate of William and Charlotte. Unfortunately, this contains very little information. Nothing about their parents or residential address.
777. Geoff West’s annotations to Berry’s Pedigrees of Sussex. Geoff has sent me photocopies of many parish register entries, as well as comments by David Kennedy.
778. William Berry, County Genealogies, Pedigrees of the Families of the County of Sussex, London, 1830. Copy of the Newington pedigree sent to me by Geoff West, with his annotations and additions.
779. Nicholas Tyacke, Aspects of English Protestantism, C. 1530--1700, Manchester University Press, 2001
780. Colepeper family history, online at http://gen.culpepper.com This is very well researched, with a lot of original wills, sources and references to old documents. Clearly done by people who knew what they were doing, it’s the most impressive family history web site I’ve ever found. Concentrates on the USA unfortunately; predictable I suppose. But the early English lines are very well treated, and well sourced and referenced.
781. The Sussex Colepepers, From Sussex Archaeological Collections, By Colonel F. W. T. Attree, R.E., F.S.A., and The Rev. J. H. L. Booker, M.A. (1904-1905). This is reproduced in its entirety online at http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm
Part I is from Vol. XLVII, 1904, pp. 47-81.
Part II is from Vol XLVIII, 1905, pp. 65-98.
782. Information from Bob Matthews at the Otago Settlers’ Museum.
783. Nelson Examiner (digitised newspaper record from paperspast.natlib.govt.nz).
784. Marlborough Express
785. Marlborough Express, 12 May, 1890.
786. Information from Gillian Iles. Not confirmed independently by me.
787. Dictionary of National Biography
788. Information from Richard ‘Zippy’ Grigonis, who wrote a biography of Ivan T. Sanderson, a descendant of Amy Somers Boileau. He quotes the Ivan T. Sanderson Archive, American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, as the source of his information. I haven’t checked these archives myself. Grigonis sent me this information in May 2010.
789. Victorian Miniature, by Owen Chadwick. Canto, Cambridge University Press, 1960.
790. http://homepage.ntlworld.com/richardtravell/richardtravell/

This is an unreferenced web page, but appears to be well done from what I can see. It reproduces a lot of parish registers, also, from which, I presume, its pedigrees were constructed. Certainly, its information agrees with my own wherever I can check it. But oh, I do so wish people would give references for their information, and say where it came from.
791. Information from Myles Earles, quoting a number of sources, including

www.britishmedals.us/collections/TB/heic/stainforth.html
The Gentleman's Magazineā€Ž : 1866 : [p. 283]
The Leeds Mercury , Thursday , December 28 , 1865
London Gazette , 2nd December 1862
Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser , Monday , January 14, 1861
792. Ireland Calendar of Wills and Administrations 1905-1906, image 22 of 563. Sent to me by Sidney Holdrege.
793. Tablet in St. Mary Magdalene’s Church, Lahore.
794. Louis de la Roque, Armorial de la Noblesse de Languedoc.
795. Information from Christiana Noyala. Compiled from US Census data and other records.
796. Marlborough Express, 29 April, 1876, Page 5.
797. Evening Post death notice of James Peddie
798. Burslem Parish Register
799. Probate records (National Probate Calendar), via ancestry.com
800. England marriage records, Select Marriages, 1538-1973. Via Ancestry.com.
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