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From: "Barbara Mallyon" <>
Subject: Re: John SAUL: Chelsea Pensioner
Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 10:23:14 +0100

Hi Cecilia and All,

Three Chelsea Pensioners were staying at "Coach Makers Arms",
North Street, Guildford, Surrey when the 1881 Census was taken
they were :-

William Cadey age 40 years from Melton, Suffolk unmarried, visitor.
William Dyer age 60 years from Merrow, Guildford, widow, visitor.
George Whittle age 76 years from Castle Camps, Cambridge widow

Also a young lad William Clarinbold age 19 years from Deal, Kent
unmarried Bricklayers Labourer.

Sorry I did not have your John Saul.


Barbara Mallyon
Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK

-----Original Message-----dh
From: Cecilia Bell <>
To: <>
Date: Sunday, 24 October, 1999 9:35 AM
Subject: Re: John SAUL: Chelsea Pensioner

>Thank you Trevor, that was to be my next port of call. I was just hopeful
>that someone might have the relevant bit of the census handy! A long shot,
>know, but people on these lists are very helpful, and seem to have the most
>amazing documents to hand. Thank you for the info about the frequency of
>pension payments, as I did not know that.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Trevor G James <>
>To: <>
>Sent: 24 October 1999 00:46
>Subject: John SAUL: Chelsea Pensioner
>> Cecilia wrote:
>> I have just discovered that my gggrandfather John SAUL was born in St
>> Pancras in 1819. He does not seem to be on the IGI, nor in the BVR.
>> I have a copy of his discharge papers from the Royal Engineers, dated 12
>> February 1861, aged 41 years 5 months. His intended place of residence
>> is
>> given as 17, York Court, East Street, Marylebone. I cannot find this
>> address
>> in my London A - Z.
>> He seems to have been granted his pension on 31 December 1880, but I
>> cannot
>> find him on the 1881 census anywhere in the country
>> I would be grateful for any help with the above, especially if anyone
>> had
>> access to the 1861 census and would be so kind as to look him up.
>> Regards,
>> Dear Cecilia (& All),
>> As you have JS's discharge papers, and you live in Essex, why not search
>> for his Chelsea Pension payments at the PRO via Out-Pensioner payments?
>> Most Out-Pensioners received their money (usually quarterly) via their
>> local Post Office, which is named in the documents. If there is a change
>> of address, the PO will change and sometimes there are notes relating to
>> moves in the papers, too.
>> Cheers,
>> Trevor
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