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10 s. xii. NOV. 6, 1909,] NOTES AND QUERIES.


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51. Harry Graham Craig, ob. at Pozzuoli, 11 Jan., 1896, a. 30.

52. Mabel Frances, eldest d. of Thos. Edward Vickers, b. at Sheffield, 21 Oct., 1862 ; ob. 21 April, 1894.

53. James Willis, of Bleak House, Anlaby Road, Hull, ob. 23 Oct., 1895, a. 50.

54. Alexander Robertson, b. 19 Sept., 1862 ; ob. 30 July, 1901.

55. Frederick John Grove, ob. 10 March, 1902, a. 71.

56. Mary, w. of the Rev. J. A. Jamieson, M.A., Rector of St. Leonards-on-Sea, ob. 28 Oct., 1899.

57. Marie Bisson, 1850-1902.

58. Anne Jane Ground, nee MacLean, a. 57, ob. 11 Feb., 1898.

59. James White, ob. 13 Sept., 1901. Erected by his wife and children.

60. Marion Hay Chalmers, of Edinburgh, ob. 23 Jan., 1898.

61. Frances Mary, w. of the Rev. T. W. S. Jones, b. at Shrewsbury, 11 Dec., 1842 ; ob. 4 Nov., 1898. Erected by fellow - worshippers at the Wesleyan Church, S. Anna di Palazzo.

62. Major A. C. Studer, for twenty-five years in the Consular service of the U.S.A. in Singapore and Barmen, b. 31 Dec., 1831, in Switzerland; ob. 3 Jan., 1900. R.I.P. Erected by his daughter.

63. Frank James Green, b. 4 Aug., 1860; ob. 8 Aug., 1897.

64. Charlotte Zemello, b. 1 Aug., 1819; ob. 27 Dec., 1898, after sixty-one years' faithful service. Also Lucy Zemello, her sister, b. 20 May, 1823 ; ob. 3 May, 1891, for many years in the same family.

65. Edward J. C. Tansley, b. 26 Nov., 1858; ob. 1 Dec., 1899.

66. John Charlton, ob. 29 Dec., 1894, a. 56.

67. John Edward Gray, B.A., Scholar of King's College, Cambridge, s. of S. O. and A. C. "J. Gray, of London, ob. 8 Nov., 1896, a few hours after arrival to study at the Zoological Station, a. 22.

68. Blase Esposto, b. 2 Feb., 1816 ; ob. 28 March, 1876.

69. James Thos. Handley, husband of Cath. Eiiz. Court Handley, b. 5 Nov., 1839 ; ob. 26 March, 1896.

70. Henry Barlowe, husband of Mary Anne Barlowe, of Boston, Lines, b. 7 April, 1855 ; ob. 12 March, 1896.

71. To my Nana.

72. Mary Emma, d. of Morris and Emma Reynolds, late of Ambleside, and wife for twenty- five years of W. Wordsworth, C.I.E., late of Elphinstone College, Bombay, ob. 9 Sept., 1898, in her sixty-second year.

73. Neil Boyle, of Helensburgh, N.B., ob. 19 Oct., 1904, a. 48.

74. Frederick James Codrington, a. 32, ob.

5 Sept., 1895.

75. Chevalier W. Jemison Smith, late Consul for Spain and Portugal at Malta, ob. 14 Dec., 1894, a. 65. Erected by his 'wife and sons, Caroline Corlett Smith, Thomas C., and W. J. Sallust Smith.

76. Fred. Wade, of Farsley, Yorks, ob. in the International Hospital, 18 Jan., 1903, in his forty-first year.

77. Cecilia Coppola, nee Burges Watson, ob.

6 Feb., 1904. Erected by her sister.

78. Harriet Burges Watson, ob. 2 April, 1894. Erected by her children.


79. Geo. W. Reade, ob. 9 Dec., 1898.

80. Rosa Grace Bourne, ob. 13 June, 1893,. a. 43.

81. Louisa Mary Hoskins, ob. 4 April, 1904.

82. Eyham G. S. Swyny, ob. at sea, 27 Dec., 1895, a. 40.

83. Wm. Gardner, M.D., of Melbourne, Aus- tralia, ob. I April, 1897.

Inscriptions on the higher level, beginning at the end furthest from the entrance :

84. Benj. Gavin, A.B., aged 38, of Crewe, England, accidentally drowned in Naples Har- bour, 12 Jan., 1896. Erected by officers and crew of s.s. Hessle.

85. Wm. Cawley, aged 38, boastwain of the- s.s. Celtic, ob. at sea. (No date.)

86. Emillie (sic) Eliza (Elsie) Brooks, b. 20 July, 1874 ; ob. 2 March, 1905.

87. Duncan Campbell, b. at Skipness, Argyle, 18.1.80; ob. 3.5.1902. Erected by his shipmates, e.y. Calanthe.

88. Hubert Finch, master mariner, ob. 29 March, 1898, a. 45. Erected by his widow and brother officers.

89. Mr. John Thos. Good, boatswain of the s.s. Douro of Hull, b. at Hull, 11 Nov., 1868 ; ob. 27 March, 1905. Erected by his shipmates of Messrs. Wilson's ships.

90. Henry Cook, chief stoker of H.M.S. Bac- chante, ob. 28 April, 1903.

91. Dora Hamilton, ob. 22 May, 1902. Erected by her friend Sophia Tasker.

92. Francis R. L. Joly, b. 14 May, 1891; ob. Christmas, 1893.

93. Maisie Edith Vaughan McAllum, a. 4, ob. 27 March, 1904.

The following are in the Catholic Campo Santo Nuovo. It is probable there may be others, but the cemetery is very large and irregularly laid out, and foreigners are not placed apart, so that they may have escaped notice:

94. Tomb of the family of J. R. Digby Beste, Esq., of Botleigh Grange and Abbotsham Court,. England. Agnes Digby Beste, b. at Botleigh Grange, 8 April, 1838 ; ob. 15 Aug., 1859. On the following day her sister, Lucy Digby Beste, b. at Botleigh Grange, 27 April, 1834. Isabel Digby Beste, ob. 10 July, 1851, a. 9, at Terre Haute, Indiana, America. Henry Digby Beste, ob. 13 April, 1858, a. 26, in the Fegee (sic) Is.. Constable Digby Beste, ob. 5 Sept., 1858, a. 18, at Albano, near Rome. Frank Digby Beste, ob. 12 Sept., 1862, a. 27, at Buffalo, New York. Whittingham Digby Beste, b. at Abbotsham Court, 7 Nov., 1846 ; drowned in the Hoogley River, India, 1865. All children of J. R. Digby Beste, Esq. Also I. Richard Digby Beste, I.P.D.L., author of ' Catholic Hours ' and other works, ob. at Florence, 5 Aug., 1885, a. 79.

95. Amy Flower Newman, nee Seagram, b. at Warminster,Eng., 26 July, 1842; ob. 16 Dec., 1889.

G. S. PARRY, Lieut. -Col. 18, Hyde Gardens, Eastbourne.

I have read with more than ordinary interest COL. PARRY'S list of the interments in the Protestant Cemetery outside Naples.