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Deborah Macfarlane

Full Name Deborah Macfarlane
 
Location England
 
Other Information I'm writing about the children of Dinah Broughton who married John Gingell born 1763, died 1838. This is an addition to the notes of Kathleen Gingell already on your website. Dinah had two daughters with John, Sarah Gingell 1823-1887 and Dinah Gingell 1825 to 1864. Sarah married a relative, John Gingell (1810-1888) and they had 11 children (I think you have these). Dinah Gingell married Richard Marshall (1818-1872) and they had four children, of whom two at least survived infancy - Sarah Marshall (1859-1912) and Purvis Marshall (1861-1922). There is also Henry Marshall, born 1862. Dinah died as the result of a riding accident, apparently hitting a tree while riding her horse at night.

Dinah Broughton had previously been married to a William Carter by whom she had Patrick Carter, born 1803, referred to in Kathleen Gingell's notes. Patrick emigrated to Australia between 1855 and 1861 with his children, Charlotte Carter (1843-1879), Patrick Carter (1844-1934), my great grandfather, and Wharton Carter (1849-1869). They are not Gingells and so I won't give any further details of them except to say that Charlotte's two surviving daughters both married Englishmen and remained in England. If you need any further details, please let me know.
 
Submitted By Deborah Macfarlane
Last Updated 16th January 2016
Reference ID 19871
 

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