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Vice Admiral Robert FitzRoy
Birth: June 5 1805
Death: Apr 30 1865
Parents: Charles Fitzroy and Lady Frances Stewart
Siblings: Charles Augustus, George and Frances
Partners: Mary Isabella Henrietta O'Brien and Maria Isabella Smyth
Children: Fanny O'Brien, Katherine O'Brien, Laura Maria Elizabeth and Sir Robert O'Brien
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Text:"...’s government will confer ou Mr. Glaisher the superintendence of the Meteorological Department of the Board of Trade, vacant by the lamented death of AdmiralFitzRoy.” University of Loudon.—At the annual meeting ... on demand...... 3J per cent. „ ,, at 7 days’ notice. SJ ,, Special rates for money deposited fer long periods. THE MARINE DEPARTMENT of tbe ACCIDENTAL DEATH INSURANCE COMPANY is now conducted at City Bank ... cheered in passing through the building, the contents of which he spent two hours in examining. After leaving the Exhibition the royal and viceregal party visited St. Patrick’s Cathedral, where he ... for 14 stamps, with Photographic Illustrations, KIN DISEASES and THEIR REMEDIES. By Robert J. Jordan, M.D. Containing the modem treatment (as adopted at the ..."
Date:May 12 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...the Court took his evidence to read a brief statement ADMIRALFITZROY. SUICIDE ry^e regret to announce the death of Admiral Jjyndhurat House, Norwood, Surrey, a vAwlrtw Jf1* i?9? ^ b.99n foc several days ... ’ that she was a servant at^Ly^W House the proceeded: I had not known the prisoner before she | residence of the late AdmiralFitzroy. On Snn«u* “ oatne to the hospital. She came in the name of Emily Keat ... that the admiral was overwrought, the jury returned a verdiot “That the deoeased oame by his death by his own aot; and that at the time of the said aot he was in an unsound mind.” AdmiralFitzroy..."
Date:May 8 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...Robert , Fitzroy was, the. seçond fod ypungefit surviving son of the late Geocial Lord Chari« Fitzroy (who died in 1829); by his second, wife, Lady Frances Ahne, eldest daughter of* Robert first Marquis of ... , Close by hiim Medical assistance was at once sent for, mp4 everything, that hamsinity or surgical skill ooulddeyise was done to save.the Adaairal’s life; but he survived only two hours, when death ... into the circumstanres attending the death of tho Admiral, who was aged 59 yeafs; Elizáhefch WKym.au said’ tKat she» was' a dffrrrcttic servant at The Lyndbnrst, Church-rOàd, Norwood, the residence of the late Adimral ... ' to the..."
Date:May 6 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...which was brought about the next morn JUnrAdmiral RobertFitzroy was the nnd pon of Oe lae General Lord Charles FiLzroy who died in by his second Lady Fran ea eldist daughter of Hubert first Marquis ... resolutions of abhorrence at Lincolns asaassi and expressing sympathy for his Delegations trom difierent parts of the Union hive waited upon Johnson and offered him Johnson made several speeches indicating ... is committed to theHonroe It is reportexl in consequence of Sewards Johnson will appoint Preston King acting Secretary of Sute or Secretary de It is stated that in consequencu of Lincolns death Harbin ... the Admirals life but he eurvived only two when death terminated his and thua the country has lost one of the greatest men of science it ever There is little if any doubt that..."
Date:May 6 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...AdmiralFitzroy was twice married, first in December, 1836, to Mary Henrietta, second daughter of the late Major-General O'Brien, which lady died in the spring of 1852, and secondly, in April, 1854 ... - THE LATE ADMIRALROBERTFITZROY.-(FROM A rilOTOOBAl'll.) Admiral Robert W, Otway, at Rio Janeiro, and obtained his commission as Commander in November of the same year. He was employed as Commander ... , with lilies of the valley and blue ribbons to match the dress. ADMIRAL FIT2ROY. The public have lost a valuable servant, and humanity a friend unwearied in his efforts to save life, in the death of Admiral ... manner, and close by him a razor, smeared with blood. Medical aid was at once sent for, and..."
Date:May 6 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., was unanimously passed :—“That the committee desire to express their sincere regTet at the death of their distinguished colleague, AdmiralFitzRoy, F.R.S., who had fo cordially and zealously co-operated with them ... AdmiralFitzRoy, F.R.S.—At the last meeting of the National Lifeboat Institution, Earl Percy, M.P., president of the society, in the chair ; the following resolution, relative to the late AdmiralFitzRoy ... of duty to Is. 6d. per cent. The full and immediate benefit of the reduction will be given to the insured. JOHN ATKINS, Resident Secretary, London. THE MARINE DEPARTMENT of the ACCIDENTAL DEATH INSURANCE ... , price Is., post free for 14 stamps, with Photographic..."
Date:May 11 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...tae influence of what he had himself The coroner having briefly stimihed the jury re turned a verdict that the oejeased AdmiralFitzroy came by his death by Ms own and that at the time of the said act ... it is the wish in this instance being father to the that our good Queen in expressing to in her own womanly and gracious heartfelt sympathy of a widow to a not only spoken the sentiment of her entire but done much ... to hear the numerous doleful prophecies of the reign of terror that must ensue upon the elevation of Andrew Johnson to the Presidential That prophetic is passing and the majority of Eng ... denominations in the and the whole city of New York was one scene of mourn Scarcely had the last token of respect been paid to their late chief when tidings of ture of the miscreant..."
Date:May 13 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... The foreman of the jury (the Hon. Plantagenet Pierpoint Cary) said that the verdict was, “That the deceased AdmiralFitzRoy came by his death by his own act, and that at the time of the said act he ... , at the White Hart tavern, Upper Norwood, the inquiry into the circumstances attending the suicide of AdmiralRobertFitzRoy, jfr. Farrar, solicitor, 66, Linooln's-inn-fields, attended to the case on the part ... . On last Sunday morning, about half-past 9 o’clock, he was called to Lynd-torst House, the residence of AdmiralFitzRoy. When he entered the room he found deceased lying on his back close to a sponging bath ... at once that it was a hopelesB case. The wound was sewed up. Deoeased ..."
Date:May 3 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...not like to interdic his studies for It would have been too severe i sentence for the first After some further the Jury returned th following That the deceased AdmiralFitzroy came by his death by his own ... aiw at once that it was a hopeless The wound was Be Deceased died in about an hour and threequarters He died f ram the wound in the The yon been professionally in atten dance on thedeceased Witness ... the machinery in the under ground of the pit It exploded at the time th day shiftmen were and killed three men and on and scalded three or four TOW The eninneman of who wen badly Th boiler had been examined ... need hardly that the sympathy expressed for tbi girl is owing to tho ordeal she formerly under went in connection with this Some three..."
Date:May 3 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...They would cause a diminution of the powers of the mind and After some further the jury returned the following verdict That the deceased AdmiralFitzroy came by his death by his own act and that at the time ... MAY LLOYDS WEEKLY LONDON LATER FROM FUNERAL OF The funeral of the late President Lincoln was oom I aanced on the 19th tall The body had lain in state jder the dome of the capitol in and ad been ... by twelve orderly and placed in the which was in waiting to receive front of the The nrocession was Iess passed resolutions of aEEornmce at as and expressing sympathy for his It is reported ... that in consequence of Sewards Johnson will appoint Preston King acting secretary of or secretary de It is stated that in consequence of Lincolns death..."
Date:May 7 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...THE EXPRESS, MONDAY EVENING, MAT 1, 1865. PAINFUL SUICIDE OF ADMIRALROBERTFITZROY. We deeply regret to have to announce the death AdmiralRobertFitzroy. who has destroyed life by catting his ... survived only tiro hours. Information has been sent to Mr. Carter, the coroner, so that an inquest may be held on the body, but the time for the inquiry is not yet fixed. BANQUET AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY ... as an out-pensioner of Greenwich Hospital, for wounds and public services. He also states that he considers himself entitled to a very considerable sum from the government by way of compensation for services ... , to the death of the Rev...."
Date:May 1 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Robert Fitzroy
England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
Birth:Day Month 1805
Christening:Day Month 1805 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
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