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She married 1862, Alfred Thomas Cotterell, and had issue a son and two daughters [information from John Daniel Prytherch]. Edward Dalton Prytherch, born at Carmarthen, 31 July 1842 [BLG] and baptised at St Peter, Carmarthen, 1 September 1842 [BTs, Entry 140].
Scholar at home, 1851 [Census]; named in will of father, 1854; of 8 Stratford Villa, Llanstephan, Carmarthenshire, annuitant, widower, 1881 [RG11/5396-19-19].
Other contemporary accounts, giving her name in full, say 'on Saturday night' (, Thursday 26 April 1733).
The latter is misleading as the previous Saturday is clearly intended.
She had married in Carmarthen RD, June Quarter 1865, Revd. He was born 1840 and died 1916 [information from John Daniel Prytherch]. Edward Lloyd Prytherch Jenkins, of Egton Vicarage, Grosmont, Yorkshire, gentleman, administrator to aunt Aylife Prytherch, 1887; to grandmother C. Aged 1, 1841 [Census]; scholar at home, 1851 [Census]; named in will of father, 1854.
Admitted pensioner Trinity College, Cambridge, 13 June 1845; matric. He died of consumption at Tenby, Pembrokeshire, 20 August 1857 [GM 1857 ii 468; GRO indexes]. Caroline 'Aylife' Harriot Dalton Prytherch, born at Carmarthen, 9 November 1828 and baptised at St Peter, Carmarthen,16 December 1828 [BTs, Entry 429].
Aged 12, 1841 ('Eylife') [Census]; at home, 1851 [Census]; executrix to father, 1855.
The St Pancras Old Church, Middlesex, rough burial registers show the burial of Frederick Ritso, of 3 Bernard Street, Bloomsbury, aged 78, on 19 June 1897 [Rough Book, Page 30].
Page 43 line 50, re Sophia Ritso Sophia Ritso was buried, an infant, at Putney, Surrey, 3 September 1778 [Registers, Entry No 54]. [I am indebted to Mr John Prytherch for the information that the marriage of Caroline Georgiana Catherine (Augusta) Dalton and Daniel Prytherch took place on 18 February 1826 at Llanllwch, Carmarthenshire]. Daniel Dalton Prytherch, born at Priory Street, Carmarthen, and baptised at St Peter, Carmarthen, 21 June 18827 [BTs, Entry 259].
Without further evidence it John Fitz Frederick Burr was baptised at St John the Baptist, Croydon, Surrey, 2 July 1736, the son of Frederick and Catherine Burr [FHL MF 994,331], being the fourth of six children of the couple baptised there between 17.