Walter Coningham

Born:1811
Died:June 22 1832 (at age ‎~21‏)In:  Upper Gower Street, London, England
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Immediate family

William Coningham
His father
Ellen Maria Coningham (born Harrock)
His mother
Lieut-Gen. Henry Coningham
Half brother
Ellen Hamilton Coningham
His sister
Frederick Coningham
His brother
Elizabeth Dasent (born Coningham)
His sister
John Coningham
His brother
William Coningham
Half brother
<Private> Coningham
Half brother

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Matched to: Walter Coningham
Date: Dec 14 2012
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Walter Conningham
Gender: Male
Birth: 1811
Burial: June 22 1832 - Saint Pancras Parish, Middlesex County, England
Age: 21
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B01475-1
System Origin: England-EASy
GS Film number: 598278
Reference ID: p93 no742

Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Citation text:

Walter Coningham
Gender: Male
Birth: 1811
Burial: June 22 1832 - St. Pancras, Middlesex, England
Age: 21
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B03657-4
System Origin: England-EASy
GS Film number: 598282

Biography

Marticulated St Mary Hall "Coningham, Walter, 3s. William, of St Giles's, London, arm. St Mary Hall, matric. 19 March, 1829, aged 18." (Oxford Alumnus 1715-1886 pp286) 22 June 1832 Walter Coningham of Upper Gower Street died aged 21 and buried in St Pancras Church, London (Burial Register for the Church 1832 pp93) 1832 North Wall monument "Walter Coningham, 1832, "of St Mary's Hall in the University of Oxford" Shield of arms: argent, a shakefork between three molets sable" (British History Online St Pancras Church) "To the Memory of Walter Coningham, Esq., Of this parish, And of St. Mary's Hall, in the University of Oxford, Who died 14th June, 1832, in the 22nd year of his age. His term was short, but it was useful; For, by diligent application to its appropriate duties, He shewed to his associates and friends How "God is found of them who seek him early;" And, by patience and resignation Under mortal sickness, How the youthful Christian, " Whose hope is full of immortality," Can die." Arms : Argent a shake fork between three mullets sable. Crest: A unicorn's head coicfied argent horned and maned or. Motto : Over fork over. (THE Monumental Inscriptions OF Middlesex. WITH BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES AND DESCRIPTIONS OF AEMORIAL BEARINGS, VOL. II. A COLLECTION OF Curious and Interesting Epitaphs, COPIED FROM THE EXISTING MONUMENTS OF Distinguished and Noted Characters IN the Cemeteries anti Ceremonies OF SAINT PANCRAS, MIDDLESEX. BY FREDERICK TEAGUE CANSICK. LONDON: J. RUSSELL SMITH, SOHO SQUARE 1872. All rights reserved. LONDON: WERTHEIMER, LEA AND CO., PRINTERS, CIRCUS PLACE, FINSBURY CIRCUS.) p.249 NB not named in pedegree but clearly named in father's will

1811 Birth (Burial Register for the Church 1832 pp93)

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19th March 1829 Marticulated St Mary Hall "Coningham, Walter, 3s. William, of St Giles's, London, arm. St Mary Hall, matric. 19 March, 1829, aged 18." (Oxford Alumnus 1715-1886 pp286)

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22 June 1832 Walter Coningham of Upper Gower Street died aged 21 and buried in St Pancras Church, London (Burial Register for the Church 1832 pp93)

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1832 North Wall monument "Walter Coningham, 1832, "of St Mary's Hall in the University of Oxford" Shield of arms: argent, a shakefork between three molets sable" (British History Online St Pancras Church)

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NB not named in pedegree but clearly named in father's will
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