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Samuel Christy

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Samuel Christy (1810-1889)

1810 Born son of Thomas Christy

1841 Hat maker, lived in Bolton-le-Moors[1]

1842 Married Mary Hardcastle in Bolton[2]

1848 William Henry Miller MP, cousin of Miller Christy died a bachelor. He left entrusted property in England and Scotland, including his library at Britwell Court, to his cousin Sarah Marsh, with whom he resided. From her the estate passed to Miller Christy's grandson Samuel Christy, Liberal-Conservative Member for Newcastle-under-Lyme, 1847-59.[3]

1861 Samuel Christy Esq chaired a meeting of the [{Society of Arts]] on the Hudson's Bay Territories[4]

1862 Took the name and arms of Miller.

1889 Samuel Christie-Miller died at Burtwell Court, Burnham[5]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. BMD
  3. History of Parliament [1]
  4. The Engineer 1861
  5. National probate calendar