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115691 Coke Lieutenant William Sacheverell - - Brookhill Hall, Parish of Pinxton, county of Derby A genealogical and heraldic history of the commoners of Great Britain . John Burke
Born 31st August 1805. Lieutenant in the 39th regiment. Son of D'ewes Coke and Harriet Wright

115692 Coke Lieutenant William Sacheverell - 1824 5 February Galway The Connaught Journal, Galway
39th regiment. Appointed Ensign vice Burns

115693 Coke Lieutenant William Sacheverell - 1826 9 August Port Jackson SG
Commanding the Guard on the convict ship 'Regalia'

115694 Coke Lieutenant William Sacheverell - 1830 20 May Atlantic Ocean SG
39th Regiment. Passenger on the merchant vessel Wanstead. Assisted at the wreck of the vessel Noormahal

167337 Coke Lieutenant William Sacheverell - - - A genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry ...Burke
Richard George Coke born 12 February 1813, son of William settled in NSW in 1835

167340 Coke Lieutenant William Sacheverell - 1827 Newcastle Glenrock Lagoon Cultural Landscape Conservation Management and Cultural Tourism Plan
In 1827 the 21-year old Lt William Sacheverell Coke of the 39th regiment, a Sandhurst trained officer, was appointed as second-in-command at the convict station. He kept a diary which gives a vivid insight into his life over seven months. Within walking distance of Newcastle, Lt William Coke saw - and often killed - a whole array of birds and land animals......

167342 Coke Lieutenant William Sacheverell - - - -
William Sacheverell Coke of Brookhill Hall, J.P., D.L., b. 31 Aug. 1805; d. 1896; m. 1st, 21 Nov. 1837, Sarah Kift,da. of John Deane, R.N., d. 18 Mar. 1870 ; '2nd, 27 Sept. 1870, Susan Ann, dau. of Reuben Miller of Seaton, Devon

167344 Coke Lieutenant William Sacheverell - - - Bonhams (Auction)
A pair of portraits of Mr and Mrs George Harter: he, wearing grey coat, white chemise and pale green tie; she, wearing white dress and lace edged veil wrapped about her neck, a pearl slide in her hair. Sold for 720 inc. premium Footnotes Frances Geraldine Coke was born circa 1867, the youngest of the 7 daughters and 3 sons of William Sacheverell Coke of Brookhill, Derbyshire. She married in April 1887, George Harter of Salperton Park, Gloucestershire, a J.P. and Barrister

167346 Coke Lieutenant William Sacheverell - 1 August 1825 England The Morning Post (London)
Ensign William Sacheverell Coke appointed Lieutenant by purchase, vice Lieutenant Thomas Wright

167341 Coke Lieutenant William Sacheverell Regalia 1826 - Newcastle National Library of Australia Catalogue
The 1827 Newcastle notebook and letters of Lieutenant William S. Coke, H.M. 39th Regiment / Cynthia Hunter

167338 Coke William Sacheverell - 1852 - A genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry - Burke
Born 31 August 1805. Late a lieut. in the 39th regiment and now a magistrate for Notts. Married 21 November 1837, Sarah Gift, daughter of John Deane Esq.,

167339 Coke William Sacheverell - 1851 Somerset 1851 Census UK
William Sacheverell Coke age 45, Justice of the Peace Notts. Wife Sarah age 30. Issue Alice age 11, Lucy age 9, Langton W. age 7, Alfred age 4, Emily age 2, Clementine age 9months

167343 Coke William Sacheverell - 1824 - London Gazette
William Sacheverell Coke, Gent. to be Ensign, vice Burns. Dated 8th January 1824

167345 Coke William Sacheverell - 22 November 1837 Cape Town South African Commercial Advertiser
MARRIED by Special Licence on the 21st inst, William COKE Esq of Brookhill Hall, County of Derby, to Miss Sarah DEANE of Cape Town......

167348 Coke William Sacheverell - 23 March 1870 Bath The Sheffield and Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England)
Death on 18th March at Portland Place, Bath, Sara, wife of William Sacheverell Coke, Esq., of Langton Hall, Alfreton, Derbyshire.

167349 Coke William Sacheverell - 4 March 1896 Brookhill hall, Alfreton, Derbyshire National Probate Calendar
Died 4th March 1896.