1851 Subscribers

The following is a list of subscribers in 1851. The first and second columns come from the hospital’s published annual report, showing the name, place and amount of subscription paid. An asterisk (*) indicates that it was a new subscription in 1851.

The third column shows the date the subscription was paid: this comes from the Treasurer’s account book. While the vast majority paid their subscriptions in January (when they were due), some were late payers who could not have recommended any patients until their subscriptions were paid.

The ‘Details’ column gives biographical information about individual subscribers, including their full name, age, occupation and year of death. These entries also indicate if the individual is known to have subscribed to other hospitals. Many subscribers were related to each other and these relationships are described in these entries.

The final column gives the subscriber’s actual location on the night of the census – many were away from home: their absence would have made it harder for would-be patients to canvass for their support.

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Subscriber Amount Date paid Details Whereabouts in the 1851 census
ABBOTT, Rev. Geo., Stoke Wake £1 1s. 0d. 25 Jan 1851 George ABBOTT (aged 47). Curate of Stoke Wake. Brother-in-law of the Misses Richards (qv). Died 1879. Parsonage House, Stoke Wake, Dorset. (HO107/1852, f345b: 7)
ABRAHAM, Mrs., Littlebredy £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Sophia Susanna ABRAHAM (aged 77). Widow. Fundholder of Kingston Russell. Mother-in-law of the Rev. R. S. Eaton (qv). Died 1852. Parsonage, Kingston Russell, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f562b: 9)
ACLAND, A. H. D. Esq., Teignmouth £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Arthur Henry Dyke ACLAND (aged 39). Chairman of the Dorset County Hospital management committee 1841-48. Son-in-law of Robert Williams (qv). Died 1857. Dawlish St, East Teignmouth, Devon. (HO107/1870, f185b: 3)
ALLFORD, Rev. William, Sherborne £1 1s. 0d. 14 Mar 1851 William ALLFORD (aged 30). Curate (and then rector) of Folke. Died 1865. Narborough Hall, Narborough, Leicestershire. (HO107/2081, f337a: 16)
ALLEN, Rev. J. H., Mappowder £1 1s. 0d. 6 Oct 1851 John Henry Thomas ALLEN (aged 41). Rector of Mappowder. Died 1869. Rectory House, Mappowder, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f837b: 5)
ALNER, Mr. Robert, Godmanstone £1 1s. 0d. 22 Jul 1851 Robert ALLNER (aged 48). Farmer of 520 acres in Godmanstone, employing 9 men, 5 boys and 6 women. Died 1868. Farm House, Godmanstone, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f605b: 9)
ANDREWS, G. J. Esq., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 24 Apr 1851 George James ANDREWS (aged 37). Solicitor of South Street, Dorchester, in partnership with W. Manfield (qv). Died 1881. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f57a: 40)
ARDEN, Christopher, Esq., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Christopher ARDEN (aged 63). Surgeon of High West Street, Dorchester and consulting surgeon at the hospital 1841-61. Father of George and Henry Arden (qv), and brother of Frances Arden (qv). Died 1861. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f76b: 13)
ARDEN, Rev. G., Came £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 George ARDEN (aged 32). Rector of Came. Son of Christopher Arden (qv), brother of Henry Arden (qv), nephew of Frances Arden (qv) and son-in-law of Rev. Trenow (qv). Died 1890. Came, Dorset. (H0107/1858, f225b: 1)
ARDEN, Henry, Esq., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 25 Jan 1851 Henry Alban ARDEN (aged 30). Surgeon of High West Street, Dorchester. Son of Christopher Arden (qv), brother of George Arden (qv) and nephew of Frances Arden (qv). Died 1888. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f76b: 13)
ARDEN, Miss £1 1s. 0d. 10 Jan 1851 Frances ARDEN (aged 58). Spinster. Fundholder of South Street, Dorchester. Sister of Christopher Arden (qv) and aunt of George and Henry Arden (qv). Died 1878. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f60a: 46)
ARNOLD, Mrs., Calne £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Frances ARNOLD (aged 54). Widow of Rev. John Mills Arnold. Living at 6 Frederick Place, Weymouth. Died 1880. 6 Frederick Place, Weymouth, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f226a: 6)
ASHLEY, Hon. Henry £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Anthony Henry ASHLEY COOPER, known as Henry Ashley (aged 43). Lived at Clewer Lodge, Clewer near Windsor. Third son of the 6th earl of Shaftesbury (qv). His wife was the daughter of Mrs. Pattison (qv). MP for Dorchester 1831-47. Died 1858. Clewer Lodge, Clewer near Windsor, Berkshire. (HO107/1695, f610b: 23)
ATKINSON, Mr. Chas., Woodsford £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Charles ATKINSON (aged 56). Farmer of 900 acres in Woodsford, employing 21 labourers and their families. Died 1855. Woodsford, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f286b: 1)
BAKER, Sir E. B. Bart., Ranston £2 2s. 0d. 27 Jan 1851 Sir Edward BAKER (aged 44). Baronet of Ranston House, Iwerne Courtney. Farmer of 600 acres, employing 45 men. Brother of the Rev. T. B. Baker (qv). Died 1877. Ranston House, Iwerne Courtney, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f422a: 28)
BAKER, Rev. T., Preston £1 1s. 0d. 28 Apr 1851 Talbot Hastings Bendall BAKER (aged 38). Vicar of Preston, Sutton Poyntz and brother of Sir Edward Baker (qv). Died 1900. Preston, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f55a: 26)
BALSTON, T. Esq., Broadway £1 1s. 0d. 3 Jan 1851 Thomas BALSTON (aged 64). Land proprietor of Broadway. Died 1865. Broadway, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f111a: 30)
BALSTON, Mrs., Corfehill £1 1s. 0d. 11 Jan 1851 Catherine BALSTON née Thresher (aged 62). Landed proprietor of Corfe Hill House, Radipole. Widow of Captain Edward Balston (who died 1850). Died 1870. Radipole, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f135a: 24)
BANKES, Mrs. G., Studland £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Georgina Charlotte BANKES née Nugent (aged 51). Only child of Admiral Sir Charles Nugent and wife of George Bankes (qv). Died 1875. 5 Old Palace Yd, Westminster, London. (HO107/1480, f7a: 6)
BANKES, G. Esq. M.P., Studland £5 5s. 0d. 10 Jan 1851 George BANKES (aged 62). MP for Corfe Castle 1816-23 and 1826-32, and for Dorset 1841-56. The final wing of Dorset County Hospital was named the Bankes Wing after he left a legacy of £500. Husband of Georgina Bankes (qv), brother of the Countess of Falmouth (qv) and father-in-law of John Floyer (qv). Died 1856. 5 Old Palace Yd, Westminster, London. (HO107/1480, f7a: 6)
BANISTER, Miss, Langton Herring £1 1s. 0d. 7 Jan 1851 Mary Ann BANISTER (aged 45). Spinster. Daughter of the late John Banister, Independent minister of Wareham. Living with her uncle-in-law, Rev. Trenow (qv), rector of Langton Herring. Died ? Langton Herring, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f628b: 2)
BARCLAY, Mr. William, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William BARCLAY (aged 34). Bookseller, printer and stationer of South Street, Dorchester, employing 3 men. Died ? South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f50b :27)
BARLING, Rev. S., Upwey £1 1s. 0d. 16 Oct 1851 Stephen BARLING (aged 36). Minister of Upwey Independent Chapel. Died 1895. Parade, Minehead, Somerset. (HO107/1920, f119a: 30)
BARNES, Rev. William, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William BARNES (aged 49). Schoolmaster of South Street, Dorchester and later clergyman. Dorset dialect poet. Died 1886. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858. f53b: 33)
BASCOMBE, Mr. Thomas, Dorchester £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 and 4 Jan 1851 Thomas BASCOMBE (aged 49). Linen and woollen draper and silk mercer of High West Street, Dorchester, employing 8 staff. Died 1861. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f49a: 24)
BASTARD, Rev. John, Fifehead Neville £1 1s. 0d. 28 Jan 1851 John BASTARD (aged 70). Rector of Fifehead Neville, near Blandford. Died 1862. Rectory House, Fifehead Neville, Dorset. (HO107/1852, f313b: 18)
BASTARD, T. H. jun. Esq., Charlton, Blandford £1 1s. 0d. 28 Apr 1851 Thomas Horlock BASTARD (aged 54). Landed proprietor of Charlton Marshall. Aged 101 when he died, 1898. Charlton Marshall, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f196a: 7)
BEACH and BARNICOTT, Messrs., Bridport £2 2s. 0d. 18 Feb 1851 Chemists and druggists of East Street, Bridport.
BEDFORD, Duke of, Woburn £10 10s. 0d. 3 Jan 1851 Francis RUSSELL (aged 62). 7th Duke of Bedford. Grand Visitor of Bedford General Infirmary from 1839. Died 1861. Oakley House, West End, Bedfordhsire. (HO107/1751, f517b: 19)
BENNETT, Mr. Frederick, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Frederick BENNETT (aged 37). Victualler of the Royal Oak Inn, High West Street, Dorchester. Died 1886. Royal Oak Inn, High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f73b: 7)
BENNETT, Mr. T. Sen., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Thomas BENNETT senior. Merchant of the Walks, Dorchester. Father of Thomas Bennett junior (qv). Died December 1850, aged about 65. Subscription paid posthumously. Dead.
BENNETT, Mr. T. Jun., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 26 Apr 1851 Thomas BENNETT junior (aged 42). Grocer and provision dealer, of High East Street, Dorchester, employing 1 labourer. Son of Thomas BENNETT senior (qv). Died ? High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f18b: 13)
BESANT, Capt., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Thomas Henry Gatehouse BESANT (aged 44). Living at High East Street, Dorchester. Captain in the East India Company Military Service. Died 1874. High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f12b: 1)
BESANT, Mr. John, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 4 Oct 1851 John James BESANT (aged 32). Brewer of High East Street, Dorchester. Died 1873. High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, F16b: 9)
BEST, W. D. M., Hon.* £2 2s. 0d. 30 Jan 1851 William Draper Mortimer BEST (aged 24). Lieutenant of the 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade. Became 3rd Baron Wynford in 1869. Died 1899. Rectory House, High Street, Fordington, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f161b: 9)
BIDDLE, Waring, Esq., Long Ham £1 1s. 0d. 8 Feb 1851 Waring BIDDLE (aged 70). Landed proprietor of Longham, Hampreston. Died 1852. Longham, Hampreston, Dorset. (HO107/1854, f403a: 22)
BIGGS, Mr. Stephen, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Stephen BIGGS, (aged 37). Baker and confectioner of Dorchester. Left legacy of £100 to Dorset County Hospital. Died May 1851. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f53a: 32)
BINGHAM, Rev. C. W., Bingham Melcombe £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Charles William BINGHAM (aged 66). Rector of Melcombe Horsey. Chairman of Dorset County Hospital management committee 1849-81. Brother of R. H. Bingham (qv). Died 1881. Melcombe Horsey Rectory, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f792a: 32)
BINGHAM, Lady, Heathfield, Ringwood £1 1s. 0d. 25 Jan 1851 Emma Septima BINGHAM (aged 59). Widow. Landowner and fundholder of Heathfield Lodge, near Ringwood. Daughter of Edmund Norton Pleydell and widow of Gen. Sir George Ridout Bingham (who died 1833). Sister of Mrs. Michel (qv). Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1874. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on 1861 census)
BINGHAM, Richard H. Esq., Bingham Melcombe £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Richard Hippesley BINGHAM (aged 46). Magistrate of Melcombe Horsey. Retired captain in the East India Company Service. Brother of Rev. C. W. Bingham (qv). Died 1891. Manor House, Melcombe Horsey, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f793a: 34)
BIRCH, Miss, Cheselbourne £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Ann Haysome BIRCH (aged 61). Spinster, of independent means, living with her brother Rev. T. W. Birch (qv). Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1855.  Cheselbourne, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f783b: 11)
BIRCH, Rev. T. W., Cheselbourne £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Thomas Wickham BIRCH (aged 58). Rector of Cheselbourne. Brother of Miss Birch (qv). Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1872.  Cheselbourne, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f783b: 11)
BLANDFORD UNION £5 5s. 0d. 2 Apr 1851 Blandford Poor Law Union with a population of 14,798 and medical relief expenditure in 1851 of £207 10s. 0d. Also subscribed to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51.
BLENNERHASSETT, Rev. John, Ryme £1 1s. 0d. 28 Apr 1851 John BLENNERHASSETT (aged 40). Rector of Ryme Intrinsica. His brother, William Blennerhassett, vicar of Iwerne Minster, was a subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1890. Ryme Intrinsica, Dorset. (HO107/1859, f107b: 35)
BOLLEN, Mr. William, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 23 Jan 1851 William BOLLEN (aged 72). Wine and spirit merchant of South Street, Dorchester. Died 1862. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f36a: 32)
BOND, Miss, Tyneham £1 1s. 0d. 17 Jan 1851 Jane BOND (aged 55). Spinster. Fundholder, living with her sister Mary BOND at Tyneham House. Daughter of Rev. Willam and Jane Bond (qv). Died 1876. 43 York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucestershire. (HO107/1952, f5a: 2)
BOND, M., Miss, Tyneham £1 1s. 0d. 17 Jan 1851 Mary BOND (aged 53). Spinster. Fundholder, living with her sister Jane Bond (qv) at Tyneham House. Daughter of Rev. William and Jane Bond (qv). Died 1872. 43 York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucestershire. (HO107/1952, f5a: 2)
BOND, Rev. N., Grange, Wareham £2 2s. 0d. 24 Jan 1851 Nathaniel BOND (aged 35). Curate of Steeple-with-Tyneham. Died 1889. Grange, Steeple, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f223b: 5)
BOND, T. Esq., Temple, London £2 2s. 0d. 17 Jan 1851 Thomas BOND (aged 45). Barrister of Lincoln’s Inn and of Tyneham House. Died 1893. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on 1861 census)
BOND, Mrs., Tyneham £1 1s. 0d. 17 Jan 1851 Jane BOND (aged 82). Wife of Rev. William Bond (qv), rector of Steeple and Tyneham, and mother of the Misses Bond (qv). Died ? 43 York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucestershire. (HO107/1952, f5a: 2)
BOND, Rev. William, Tyneham £2 2s. 0d. 17 Jan 1851 William BOND (aged 93). Rector of Steeple and Tyneham, of Tyneham House. Husband of Jane Bond (qv) and father of the Misses Bond (qv). Died 1852. 43 York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucestershire. (HO107/1952, f5a: 2)
BONIFAS, Mr. J., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 20 Feb 1851 John BONIFAS junior (aged 54). Tailor and woollen draper of South Street, Dorchester. Declared bankrupt, 1848. Died 1877. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, folio 19: 47)
BOOBY, Mr. William, Godmanstone £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William BOOBY or BUBY (aged 55). Farmer of 434 acres in Godmanstone, employing 17 outdoor labourers. Died 1864. Farm House, Godmanstone, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f603a: 4)
BOUCHER, Rev. H., Thornhill £3 3s. 0d. 11 Jan 1851 Henry BOUCHER (aged 53). Clergyman of Thornhill House, Stalbridge. Died 1880. Thornhill House, Stalbridge, Dorset. (HO107/1852, f110b: 17)
BOWYER, T. Bowyer, Esq., Iwerne £1 1s. 0d. Not recorded Thomas Bowyer BOWER (aged 47). Magistrate and landed proprietor of Iwerne House, Iwerne Minster. Chairman, Board of Guardians, Shaftesbury Poor Law Union. Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1868. Iwerne Minster, Dorset. (HO107/1851, f24b: 29)
BOWER, Rev. H., Shroton £1 1s. 0d. Not recorded Henry Tregonwell BOWER (aged 41). Living at Shroton House, Iwerne Courtney. Curate of West Orchard chapel. Died 1876. Shroton House, Iwerne Courteney, Dorset. (H0107/1853, f418b: 21)
BRAGGE, Mr. James, Cerne £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 James BRAGGE (aged 56). Tailor of Long Street, Cerne Abbas, employing 6 men. Died 1860. Long Street, Cerne Abbas, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f705b: 1)
BRAGGE, Mrs., Sadborow £1 1s. 0d. 3 Jan 1851 Margaret BRAGGE (aged 44). Wife of Lieut. Col. William Bragge of Sadborow House, Thorncombe, farming 150 acres with 8 men, 4 boys and 3 women. Widowed in 1863. Died 1892. Sadborow, Thorncombe, Dorset. (H0107/1862, f283b: 1)
BRIDGE, A. C. Esq., Temple, London £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Alfred Charles BRIDGE (aged 45). Barrister of 5 Pump Court, Temple. Died 1869. 5 Pump Court, Middle Temple, the Strand, London. (HO107/1512, f [illegible]: 3)
BRIDGE, J. E. Esq., Piddletrenthide £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John Edward BRIDGE (aged 31). Landed proprietor of the Manor House, Piddletrenthide. Died 1888. Manor House, Piddletrenthide, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f764b: 21)
BRIDGE, R. Esq., Lorton Hall, Cockermouth £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Robert BRIDGE (aged 56). Landed proprietor of Lorton Hall, Cockermouth, Cumberland. Also became a subscriber to Cumberland Infirmary in 1848. Died 1858. Lorton Hall, Cockermouth, Cumberland. (HO107/2434, f251b: 17)
BRIDGE, Mr. T., Wynford Eagle £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Thomas BRIDGE (aged 83), farmer of 1000 acres in Wynford Eagle,  employing 40 labourers and boys. Died 1857. Wynford Eagle, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f527b: 7)
BRIDGE, Thomas, Esq., West Chickerell £2 2s. 0d. 21 Jul 1851 Thomas BRIDGE (aged 59). Landed proprietor of Monte Video House, West Chickerell. Died 1859. Monte Video House, Chickerell, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f156a: 26)
BRIDGE, Wm. Esq., Dorchester £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William BRIDGE (aged 55). Solicitor of Pease Lane, Dorchester. Died 1858. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f73a: 6)
BRINE, Rev. James G., Chardstock £1 1s. 0d. 22 Jan 1851 James Gram BRINE (aged 30). Perpetual curate of Chardstock. Died 1901. Allsaints, Chardstock, Dorset. (HO107/1862, f396b: 13)
BRISTED, Rev. J. C., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 3 Jan 1851 John Charles BRISTED (aged 76). Clergyman of High East Street, Dorchester. Died 1859. High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f17a: 10)
BROADLEY, Rev. Alexander, Bridport £1 1s. 0d. 19 May 1851 Alexander BROADLEY (aged 36). Vicar of Bradpole. Chaplain to Bridport Poor Law Union. Died 1893. Breamore, Hampshire. (HO107/1667, f757a: 24)
BROWN, Mr. John, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 13 Feb 1851 John BROWN (aged 46). Solicitor’s managing clerk, of Pease Lane, Dorchester. Clerk to the County Lunatic Asylum and Dorset County Hospital. Died 1881. Pease Lane, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f101a: 62)
BROWNE, J. W. Barrington, Esq., – £1 1s. 0d. 16 Oct 1851 John William Barrington BROWNE (aged 51). Army officer of 11 Crescent, Melcombe Regis. Died 1874. 11 Crescent, Melcombe Regis, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f170b: 9)
BRYER, Rev. E, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Edmund BRYER (aged 73). Clergyman living with his sister Miss M. Bryer (qv) at High West Street, Dorchester. Their housekeeper was Susan Wood, matron of Dorset County Hospital 1841-47. Died 1854. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f78b: 17)
BRYER, Miss, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Mary BRYER (aged 79). Spinster. Proprietor of houses, living with her brother Rev. E. Bryer (qv) at High West Street, Dorchester. Their housekeeper was Susan Wood, matron of Dorset County Hospital 1841-47. Died 1853. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f78b: 17)
BRYMER, John, Esq., Weymouth* £2 2s. 0d. 4 Mar 1851 John BRYMER (aged 46). Fundholder and later JP, of Belvedere, Weymouth, 17 Royal Crescent, Bath and later of Ilsington House, Puddletown. Died 1870. Crowes Hall, Lincombe, near Bath, Somerset. (HO107/1942, f145a: 18)
BUCKLE, Ven. Archdeacon, Upwey £2 2s. 0d. 3 Jan 1851 Richard Bentley BUCKLE (aged 49). Lived at Upwey. Archdeacon of Dorset. Died 1893. Upwey, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f76b: 1)
BULLER, Rev. William, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 13 Feb 1851 William BULLER (aged 48). Rector of Holy Trinity Dorchester and chaplain to Dorset County Hospital. Died 1862. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, folio 71b: 3)
BURDON, W. W. Esq., London £5 5s. 0d. 4 Apr 1851 William Wharton BURDON (aged 48). Lived at Hartford Hall, Bedlington. A coal merchant, at Custom House Quay, Weymouth. MP for Weymouth 1835-37. Died 1870. 39 George Street, Marylebone, Middlesex. (HO107/1488, f386b: 79)
BURNET, John, Esq., Dorchester £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John BURNET (aged 88). Lived at High East Street, Dorchester. Captain of the 16th Lancers on half pay. Died 1855. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on burial record)
CAINES, Mr. R., Burton Farm £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Richard CAINES (aged 61). Farmer and maltster of Burton Farm, Charminster, with 535 acres, employing 20 men and 8 women. Died 1863. Charminster, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f413a: 30)
CAIUS COLLEGE, Cambridge £3 3s. 0d. 24 Jan 1851 and 16 Oct 1851 Part of the University of Cambridge, with land holdings in Dorset.
CALCRAFT, J. H. Esq., Rempstone, Wareham £1 1s. 0d. 16 May 1851 John Hales CALCRAFT (aged 56) of Rempstone Hall in Corfe Castle. MP for Wareham 1820-26, 1832-41 and 1857-59. Chairman, Board of Guardians, Wareham and Purbeck Poor Law Union. Died 1880. 35 Berkeley Square, St. George Hanover Square, London. (HO107/1476, f385b: 37)
CAMBRIDGE, Rev. G. P., Bloxworth £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 George Pickard CAMBRIDGE (aged 61). Rector of Bloxworth. Died 1868. Bloxworth House, Bloxworth, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f483b: 13)
CAPEL, Rev. S. R., Wareham £1 1s. 0d. 10 Jan 1851 Samuel Richard CAPEL (aged 49). Rector of Wareham. Chaplain to Wareham and Purbeck Poor Law Union. Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1879. Rectory, Wareham, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f339a: 10)
CARTWRIGHT, George, Esq., Lyme £2 2s. 0d. 3 Feb 1851 George CARTWRIGHT (aged 40). County magistrate, of Westcliff Cottage, Lyme Regis. Mayor of Lyme Regis in 1851. Died 1875. Stile Lane, South Cliff, Lyme Regis, Dorset. (HO107/1862, f38a: 26)
CERNE UNION £5 5s. 0d. 9 May 1851 Cerne Poor Law Union with a population of 7,777 and medical relief expenditure in 1851 of £196 17s. 0d.
CHANDLER, B. Esq., Sherborne £2 2s. 0d. 3 Feb 1851 Benjamin CHANDLER (aged 67). Landed proprietor of Long Street, Sherborne. A Nonconformist, formerly a banker in partnership with Samuel Pretor (qv). Died 1853. Long Street, Sherborne, Dorset. (HO107/1859, f101b: 17)
CHURCHILL, Miss E. A., Colliton £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 and 10 Jul 1851 Emma Ann CHURCHILL (aged 44). Spinster, of Colliton House, Dorchester. Daughter of late Rev. William Rush Hallett Churchill (from whom she inherited £10,000). Sisters and widowed mother Martha Churchill (qv) also subscribers. Died 1889. Colliton House, Colliton Road, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f105a: 70)
CHURCHILL, Miss, Colliton £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Eliza Sophia CHURCHILL (aged 52). Spinster, of Colliton House, Dorchester. Daughter of late Rev. William Rush Hallett Churchill (from whom she inherited £10,000). Sisters and widowed mother Martha Churchill (qv) also subscribers. Died 1870. Colliton House, Colliton Road, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f105a: 70)
CHURCHILL, Miss F. C., Colliton £3 3s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851, 10 Jan 1851 and 9 Jul 1851 Frances Caroline CHURCHILL (aged 50). Spinster, of Colliton House, Dorchester. Daughter of late Rev. William Rush Hallett Churchill (from whom she inherited £10,000). Sisters and widowed mother Martha Churchill (qv) also subscribers. Died 1886. Colliton House, Colliton Road, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f105a: 70)
CHURCHILL, Miss G. L., Colliton £3 3s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851, 10 Jan 1851 and 13 Sep 1851 Georgina Louisa CHURCHILL (aged 45). Spinster, of Colliton House, Dorchester. Daughter of late Rev. William Rush Hallett Churchill (from whom she inherited £10,000). Sisters and widowed mother Martha Churchill (qv) also subscribers. Died 1859. Colliton House, Colliton Road, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f105a: 70)
CHURCHILL, Geo. Esq., Buckland Ripers £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 George CHURCHILL (aged 40). County magistrate, landed proprietor and farmer of Buckland Ripers House, Buckland Ripers, with 150 acres, employing 3 men. Died 1889. Fore Street, Seaton, Devon. (HO107/1862, f677b: 39)
CHURCHILL, Mrs., Colliton £3 3s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Martha CHURCHILL (aged 80), of Colliton House, Dorchester. Widow of Rev. William Rush Hallett Churchill. Daughters, the four Misses Churchill (qv), were also subscribers. Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51.Died 1856. Colliton House, Colliton Road, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f105a: 70)
CHURCHILL, Rev. W., Stickland £2 2s. 0d. 28 Jan 1851 William CHURCHILL (aged 47). Rector of Winterbourne Stickland. Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1886. North Street, Wimborne Minterne, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f19b: 1)
COCKERAM, Mrs. Henry, Kingsdon, Yeovil £1 1s. 0d. 1 May 1851 Mary Octavia COCKERAM née Fraser (aged 52). Fundholder of Kingsdon, Somerset. Widow of Rev. Henry Cockeram (who died 1836) and daughter of Sir William Fraser, Bt. Died 1882. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on GRO death index)
COCKERAM, Miss, Sherborne £1 1s. 0d. 24 Apr 1851 Mary COCKERAM (aged 68). Spinster. Fundholder of Hound Street, Sherborne. Died 1857. Hound Street, Sherborne, Dorset. (HO107/1859, f244b: 49)
COCKERAM, Thomas, Esq., Cerne £3 3s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Thomas COCKERAM (aged 63). Landed proprietor of Long Street, Cerne Abbas. Chairman, Board of Guardians, Cerne Poor Law Union. Died ? The Lodge, Alton Lane, Cerne Abbas, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f715b: 21)
COLSON, Rev. J. M., Swanage £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John Morton COLSON (aged 54). Rector of Peatling Parva, Leciestershire, living at Swanage. Presumably related to Rev. Morton Colson (qv) of Dorchester. Died 1866. Swanage, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f76a: 44)
COLSON, Rev. Morton, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John Morton COLSON (aged 59). Rector of Dorchester St. Peter, living at the rectory house in High Street, Fordington. Brother of Mrs. Elizabeth England (qv) and presumably related to Rev. J. M. Colson (qv) of Swanage. Died 1863. Rectory House, High Street, Fordington, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f161a: 8)
CONEY, Rev. C. Baring £2 2s. 0d. 22 Jan 1851 Charles Baring CONEY (aged 33). Curate of All Soul’s, Marylebone. Died 1899. 13 Old Cavendish Street, Marylebone, Middlesex. (HO107/1487, f419b: 45)
COOKE, Rev. J. U., East Lulworth £1 1s. 0d. 4 Mar 1851 Isaac Urban COOKE (aged 45). Vicar of East Lulworth. Died 1859. East Lulworth, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f272a: 16)
COOMBS, Thomas Jun. Esq., Dorchester £2 2s. 0d. 20 Feb 1851 Thomas COOMBS junior (aged 32). Attorney of South Street, Dorchester. Son of Thomas Coombs senior (qv) and husband of Mrs. Maria Coombs (qv). Died 1876. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f52b: 31)
COOMBS, Mrs., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 20 Feb 1851 Maria Branston COOMBS née Heath (aged 33). Wife of attorney Thomas Coombs junior (qv) of South Street, Dorchester. Daughter-in-law of Thomas Coombs senior (qv). Died 1852. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f52b: 31)
COOMBS, Thomas, Esq., Dorchester £4 4s. 0d. 15-Jan and 03-Feb Thomas COOMBS senior (aged 75). Attorney, in business with his son Thomas Coombs junior (qv) in South Street, Dorchester. Father-in-law of Mrs. Maria Coombs (qv). Died 1852. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f81a: 22)
COOPER, Mrs., Dorchester £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Mary COOPER née Yeatman (aged 70), of High West Street, Dorchester. Widow of Christopher Cooper (died 1842) who had been elected consultant physician to the hospital in 1841. Sister of Theophila Farr Yeatman (qv). Died 1853. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f79b: 10)
COSENS, F. Esq., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 8 Aug 1851 Frederick COSENS (aged 31). Barrister, of South Street, Dorchester. Died 1863. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f56b: 39)
COSENS, Rev. R., Longburton £1 1s. 0d. Not recorded Robert COSENS (aged 33). Vicar of Longburton and Holnest. Died 1867. Longburton, Dorset. (HO107/1859, f61a: 24)
COWDELL, Dr., Dorchester* £2 2s. 0d. 14 Jan 1851 Charles COWDELL (aged 35). Honorary physician to Dorset County Hospital 1849-71. Died 1871. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f56b: 39)
COX, Peter. Esq., Beaminster £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Peter COX (aged 50). Solicitor of East Street, Beaminster. Died 1892. East Street, Beaminster, Dorset. (HO107/1860, f406b: 53)
COX, Mrs. R. A., Weymouth £1 1s. 0d. 16 Oct 1851 Frances COX née Williams (aged 50). Proprietor of houses and land, of 12 Gloucester Row, Weymouth. Daughter of Rev. John Williams, vicar of Marston Magna and widow of Rev. Robert Albion Cox, rector of Hinton St, George, Somerset (who died 1846). Died after 1861. 12 Gloucester Row, Weymouth, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f171b: 11)
COX, Mrs. J. A. £1 1s. 0d. 16 Oct 1851 Unable to identify
CRANE, Mr. Samuel, Godmanstone £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Samuel CRANE (aged 60). Landed proprietor of Godmanstone. Died 1862. Godmanstone, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f602b: 3)
CREE, Rev. J. R., Osmington £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 John Robert CREE (aged 44). Rector of Owermoigne. Son of John Cree (qv) and brother of Rev. James Cree (qv). Died 1880. The Rectory, Owermoigne, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f4a: 2)
CREE, Rev. James, Osmington £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 James CREE (aged 40). Vicar of Chaldron Herring. Son of John Cree (qv) and brother of Rev. J. R. Cree (qv). Died 1872. Osmington, Dorset. (HO107/1587, f25b: 1)
CREE, John, Esq., Owermoigne £1 1s. 0d. 17 May 1851 John CREE (aged 70). Magistrate and Army lieutenant, of Osmington Lodge, Osmington. Father of Rev. J. R. Cree (qv) and Rev. James Cree (qv). Died 1853. Osmington, Dorset. (HO107/1587, f25b: 1)
CRISWICK, Lieut. R.N., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Charles CRISWICK (aged 57). Royal Navy lieutenant on half pay, living in Trinity Street, Dorchester. Vice-chairman of Dorset County Hospital management committee 1846 and 1849-54. Died 1854. Trinity Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f93: 47)
CULL, Mrs., Frome £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Frances CULL (aged 42). Wife of James Cull of Cokers Frome House, Holy Trinity, Dorchester who farmed 824 acres with 36 labourers. Died ? Cokers Frome House, Holy Trinity, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f113a: 6)
CURME, Mrs. George, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Elizabeth CURME née Hodges (aged 44). Wife of George Curme, honorary surgeon to Dorset County Hospital 1841-68 and consultant surgeon 1868-87. Died 1862. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f36a: 32)
CURME, Mr. John Acres, Radipole £1 1s. 0d. 16 Oct 1851 John Acres CURME (aged 47). Proprietor of houses, living at 1 and 2 Radipole Terrace, Radipole. Formerly a builder, his partnership with Edward Mondey (qv) dissolved in 1844. Died 1863. 1 and 2 Radipole Terrace, Radipole, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f131a: 16)
DADE, Rev. Thomas, Broadway £1 1s. 0d. 3 Jan 1851 Thomas DADE (aged 77). Rector of Broadway and Bincombe. Died 1860. Rectory, Broadway, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f98a: 4)
DANSEY, Rev. Edw. £1 1s. 0d. 8 Jan 1851 Edward DANSEY (aged 41). Curate of Winterborne Anderson. Died 1875. Kenwith, Abbotsham, near Bideford, DEV. (HO107/1895, f316a: )
DASHWOOD, T. Esq., Sturminster £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Thomas DASHWOOD (aged 66). Solicitor of Penny’s Lane, Sturminster. Died 1859. Penny’s Lane, Sturminster, Dorset. (HO107/1852, f176b: 11)
DAVIS, Mr. Henry, Dorchester* £1 1s. 0d. 8 Jan 1851 George Henry DAVIS (aged 33). Actuary, Savings Bank, South Street, Dorchester. Died 1882 South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f59b: 45). [NB. The treasurer’s account book calls him ‘Geo. Hy. Davis’. Slater’s Directory 1852-53 refers to him as ‘Henry Davis’]
DAVIS, Mr. H. L., Litton Cheney £1 1s. 0d. 10 Feb 1851 Henry Legg DAVIS (aged 60). Farmer of 500 acres at Coombe Farm House, Litton Cheney, employing 16 labourers. Died 1863. Coombe Farm House, Litton Cheney, Dorset. (HO107/1861, f 63b: 25)
DAVIS, Mr. James, Melcombe Horsey £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 James DAVIS (aged 51). Farmer of 110 acres at Melcombe Horsey, employing 11 labourers. Died 1865. Higher Melcombe, Melcombe Horsey, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f793a: 34)
DAVIS, Mrs. Col., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Letitia DAVIS (aged 48). Annuitant of West Walks, Dorchester. Widow of Colonel Davis of the East India Company Service. Died 1889. West Walks, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f81b: 23)
DAVIS and Sons, Messrs., Dorchester £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Chemists and druggists of High West Street, Dorchester. Supplied goods to the value of £10 1s. 14d. to Dorset County Hospital in 1851.
DENTON, Rev. R. A., Stour Provost £1 1s. 0d. 24 Jan 1851 Robert Abercrombie DENTON (aged 53). Rector of Stour Provost. Died 1857. Rectory House, Stour Provost, Dorset. (HO107/1851, f443b: 1)
DEVENISH, Rev. M., Charminster £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Morgan DEVENISH (aged 50). Clergyman of Charminster. Died 1857. Charminster, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f408b: 21)
DEVENISH, Mr. Matthew, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Matthew DEVENISH (aged 48). Wine and spirit merchant of High West Street, Dorchester. Died 1884. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f72a: 4)
DEVENISH, Mr. Wm., Upwey £1 1s. 0d. 6 Feb 1851 William DEVENISH (aged 52). Landed proprietor of Upwey. Died 1853. Upwey, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f89b: 27)
DEVENISH, Messrs., Weymouth* £1 1s. 0d. Not recorded Brewers and maltsters of Hope Square, Weymouth.
DIGBY, C. W. Esq. £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Charles Wriothesley DIGBY (aged 48). Landed proprietor of Wolveton House, Charminster. Died 1873. Wolveton House, Charminster, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f412b: 29)
DIGBY, Edward Esq., Minterne £5 5s. 0d. 15 Jan 1851 Edward St. Vincent DIGBY (aged 41), of Minterne House, Minterne Magna. 9th Baron Digby from 1856. Husband of Lady Theresa Digby (qv) and son-in-law of 3rd Earl of Ilchester (qv). Died 1889. Minterne House, Minterne, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f686b: 5)
DIGBY, Lady Theresa, Minterne £2 2s. 0d. 15 Jan 1851 Theresa Anna Maria DIGBY née Fox-Srangways (aged 37). Wife of Edward St. Vincent Digby (qv). Daughter of Henry Fox-Strangways, 3rd Earl of Ilchester (qv). Died 1874. Minterne House, Minterne, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f686b: 5)
DODSON, Mr. Philip, Weymouth £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Philip DODSON (aged 48). Partner in the firm Philip Dodson and Co., timber merchants and builders, of Little George Street, Weymouth. Clerk to Board of Guardians, Weymouth Poor Law Union. Later Mayor of Weymouth. Appears to have committed suicide, 1860. 78 St. Thomas Street, Weymouth, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f229a: 12)
DONALDSON, Miss, Littleton House, Blandford* £2 2s. 0d. 28 Feb 1851 Emily Elphinstone DONALDSON (aged 22). Spinster. Daughter of Charlotte Donaldson (qv) of Littleton House, Langton Long Blandford. Married in 1853 George Wilson Keightley. Died 1910. 10 Westover Villa, Holdenhurst, Hampshire. (HO107/1667, f225a: 28)
DONALDSON, Mrs., Littleton House, Blandford £1 1s. 0d. 29 Jan 1851 Charlotte DONALDSON (aged 57), of Littleton House, Langton Long Blandford. Widow of William Donaldson, gentleman (who died 1844). Daughter Ann Eliza was married to Richard Walmsley (qv) of Dewlish. Mother of Emily Donaldson (qv). Died 1869. Littleton House, Langton Long Blandford, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f226b: 7)
DORCHESTER UNION £21 0s. 0d. 15 Mar 1851 Dorchester Poor Law Union with a population of 17,225 and medical relief expenditure in 1851 of £437 4s. 0d.
DRAKE, Mr. James, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 James DRAKE (aged 41). Baker of High East Street, Dorchester. Died ?1880. High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f19b: 15)
DRAX, J. S. W. S. E. Esq. M.P., Charborough £10 10s. 0d. 14 Jan 1851 John Samuel Wanley Sawbridge Erle DRAX (aged 50). MP living at Charborough Park, Charborough. Father of Sarah and Maria Drax (qv). Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1887. 20 King Street, St James’s Westminster, Middlesex. (HO107/1484, f237b: 9)
DRAX, the Misses, Charborough £5 0s. 0d. 20 Feb 1851 Sarah Charlotte Elizabeth DRAX (aged 22). Spinster, daughter of J. S. W. S. E. Drax (qv) of Charborough Park. Joint subscription with her sister, Maria Drax (qv). Eloped in 1853 with Capt. Francis Augustus Plunkett Burton of the Coldstream Guards. After his death she re-married. In 1887 reverted to her maiden name. Died 1905. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on GRO death index)
Maria Caroline Sawbridge Erle DRAX (aged 23). Spinster, daughter of J. S. W. S. E. Drax (qv) of Charborough Park. Joint subscription with her sister, Sarah Drax (qv). Died 1885. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on GRO death index)
DUNCAN, Rev. F., West Chelbro’ £2 2s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 and 12 Feb 1851 Francis DUNCAN (aged 44). Rector of West Chelborough. Died 1872. 16 Esplanade, St James the Apostle, Dover, Kent. (HO107/1632, f285a: 56)
DUNNING, Mr. W. Jun., Friar Waddon £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William DUNNING junior (aged 40). Farmer of Corton and of Friar Waddon, Portisham, with 320 acres employing 19 labourer and 13 boys. Son of William Dunning senior (qv). Died 1864. Friar Waddon House, Portesham, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f708a: 16)
DUNNING, Mr. Wm., Sydling £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William DUNNING senior (aged 79). Retired farmer, living at West Street, Sydling St. Nicholas. Father of William Dunning junior (qv). Died 1859. West Street, Sydling St. Nicholas, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f626b: 25)
DURDEN, Mr. John, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John DURDEN (aged 62). Plumber and glazier of Durngate Street, Dorchester, employing 3 men. Died 1852. Durngate Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f64a: 54)
DURRANT, Bosville Esq., Came House £1 1s. 0d. 25 Apr 1851 John Mercer Bosville DURRANT (aged 44). Landed proprietor of Came House, Winterborne Came. Died 1878. Came House, Winterborne Came, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f229b: 9)
EATON, Rev. R. S., Littlebredy £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Richard Storks EATON (aged 48). Rector of Compton Abbas and curate of Littlebredy. His mother-in-law was Mrs. Abraham (qv). Died 1865. Parsonage, Kingston Russell, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f562b: 9)
EKINS, Rev. R., Folke £1 1s. 0d. 15 Jan 1851 Robert EKINS (aged 65). Rector of Folke. Died 1874. Higher Street, Folke, Dorset. (HO107/1859, f39b: 5)
ELDRIDGE, Mrs., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Sarah ELDRIDGE (aged 53). Brewer of Durngate Lane, Dorchester, employing 9 men. Widow of brewer Charles Eldridge (who died 1846). Died 1856. Durngate Lane, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f25b: 27)
ELIOT, Wm. Esq., Weymouth £2 2s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 William ELIOT (aged 57). Banker of the firm Eliot and Pearce, living at 63 St. Thomas Street, Weymouth. Treasurer to Weymouth Poor Law Union. Died 1885. Vicarage House, Norton Bavant, Warminster, Wiltshire. (HO107/1843, f287Bb: 1)
EMERY, George, Esq., Banwell £1 1s. 0d. 6 Jan 1851 George EMERY (aged 62), of Banwell, Axbridge. Deputy lieutenant for Somerset and captain in the Dorset regiment of the militia, living at 33 Mary Street, Marylebone. Died 1852. 33 Mary Street, Marylebone, Middlesex. (HO107/1493, f777b: 45)
ENGLAND, Mrs., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Elizabeth Dampier ENGLAND (aged 56). Fundholder of St. Peter’s Rectory, Dorchester. Widow of Rev. William England junior of Came (who died 1846). Sister of Rev. John Morton Colson (qv). Died 1874. Rectory House of St. Peter’s, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f161a: 8)
ENSOR, Mr. John, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John ENSOR (aged 51). Grocer of High East Street, Dorchester. His son Alfred was house surgeon at the hospital 1865-67. Died 1870. 6 Johnstone Row, Melcombe Regis, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f177a: 22)
ESTRIDGE, Rev. J. J., Puncknowle £1 1s. 0d. 8 Mar 1851 John Julius ESTRIDGE (aged 49). Rector of Puncknowle. Died 1881. Rectory House, Puncknowle, Dorset. (HO107/1861, f68b: 1)
FALMOUTH, Countess of, Falmouth House £5 0s. 0d. 28 Apr 1851 Anne Frances BOSCAWEN née Bankes (aged 62). Wife of Edward Boscawen, 1st Earl of Falmouth. Daughter of Henry Bankes and sister of George Bankes (qv). Died 1864. Albion Hotel, 35 Old Steine, Brighton, Sussex. (HO107/1644, f24b: 41)
FERRY, B. Esq., Trinity Place, London £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Benjamin FERREY (aged 40). Architect who designed the hospital. Died 1880. The Grove, Fair Mile, Henley, Oxfordshire. (HO107/1725, f206b: 35)
FILLITER, George, Esq., Trigon Hill £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 George FILLITER (aged 71). Retired solicitor and landed proprietor of Trigon Hill, Wareham, farming 1056 acres employing 17 labourers. In 1848 donated £200 to Dorset County Hospital to clear its debt. Husband of Mary Filliter (qv). Died 1863. Trigon House, St. Martin Without, Wareham, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f425a: 20)
FILLITER, Mrs., Trigon Hill £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Mary FILLITER (aged 57). Wife of retired solicitor and landed proprietor George Filliter (qv) of Trigon Hill, Wareham. Died 1885. Trigon House, St. Martin Without, Wareham, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f425a: 20)
FIRTH, Mr., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Joseph FIRTH (aged 56). Living at High West Street, Dorchester. Adjutant of Queens Own Dorset Yeomanry. Died 1855. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f73b: 7)
FISHER, Rev. G. J., Winfrith £1 1s. 0d. 17 Jan 1851 George Ingram FISHER (aged 54). Rector of Winfrith Newburgh. Died 1863. Rectory, Winfrith Newburgh, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f568b: 1)
FISHER, Rev. Osmond, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Osmond FISHER (aged 32). Curate of All Saints, Dorchester, and an eminent geologist. Later son-in-law of H. N. Middleton (qv). Died 1914. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f59a: 44)
FITCH, Mr. John, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John FITCH (aged 49). Linen draper of Cornhill and South Street, Dorchester, employing 4 men. Son-in-law of William Lock (qv) and brother-in-law of Joseph Lock (qv). Died 1883. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f55b: 37)
FITZHERBERT, E. H. Esq., Temple £1 1s. 0d. 15 Mar 1851 Edward Herbert FITZHERBERT (aged 47). Barrister of 25 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury. Died 1853. 25 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury, Middlesex. (HO107/1507, f212a: 28)
FLOWER, Mr. G. F. A., Lewell £1 1s. 0d. Not recorded George Frederick Applin FLOWER (aged 32). Farmer of Lewell farm, in West Knighton, with 380 acres, employing 20 labourers. Son-in-law of Levi Groves (qv). Died 1893. Piddletrenthide (his brother’s farm), Dorset. (HO107/1858, f771b: 35)
FLOYER, John, Esq. M.P., Stafford £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John FLOYER (aged 39). Living at Stafford House, West Stafford. MP for Dorset 1846-57 and 1864-85. Trustee of Dorset County Hospital 1841-87. His wife, Georgina Bankes (qv) was the daughter of George Bankes (qv). Chairman, Board of Guardians, Dorchester Poor Law Union. Died 1887. Stafford House, West Stafford, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f236b: 1)
FLOYER, Mrs., Stafford £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Georgina Charlotte Frances FLOYER née Bankes (aged 27). Wife of John Floyer (qv). Eldest daughter of George Bankes (qv). Died 1903. Stafford House, West Stafford, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f236b: 1)
FOOKES, Robert, Esq., Stalbridge £1 1s. 0d. 6 May 1851 Robert FOOKES (aged 49). Surgeon of Stalbridge. Died 1853. Stalbridge, Dorset. (HO107/1852, f80b: 3)
FfOOKS, W. W. Esq., Sherborne £2 2s. 0d. 3 Feb 1851 William W. FFOOKS (aged 36). Living Cheap Street, Sherborne. Solicitor with offices in Greenhill, Sherborne. Died ? Cheap Street, Sherborne, Dorset. (HO107/1859, f194b: 23)
FOOT, Mrs. J., London* £1 1s. 0d. 9 Jan 1851 Unable to identify
FOOT, Rev. Lundy, Longbredy £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Lundy FOOT (aged 56). Rector of Longbredy. Died 1873. Longbredy, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f544b: 15)
FOSTER, Aug. Esq., Warmwell £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Augustus FOSTER (aged 26). Army captain, of Warmwell House, Warmwell. Died 1879. Warmwell House, Warmwell, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f278b: 5)
FOX, Rev. Charles, Mapperton £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Charles FOX (aged 66). Rector of East Stoke. Died 1864. Stoke Ford, Stoke, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f315b: 5)
FOX, Edward, Esq., Beaminster £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Edward FOX (aged 68). Magistrate, and landholder and fundholder, of Beaminster House, Beaminster. Husband of Mary Fox (qv). Died 1863. Beaminster House, Beaminster, Dorset. (HO107/1860, f438a: 8)
FOX, Mrs. Edward, Beaminster £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Mary FOX (aged 72). Wife of Edward Fox (qv), magistrate, fundholder and landowner of Beaminster House, Beaminster. Died 1855. Beaminster House, Beaminster, Dorset. (HO107/1860, f436a: 8)
FOX, Rev. T. Jun., Belchalwell* £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Thomas FOX (aged 33). Curate of Fifehead Neville with Belchalwell. Died 1891. Joy Cottage, Shillingstone, Dorset. (HO107/1852, f273a: 14)
FRAMPTON, Henry, Oaker’s Wood £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Henry FRAMPTON (aged 45), of Oakers Wood, Affpuddle. County magistrate, and proprietor of 545 acres employing 24 men, 4 boys and 5 women. Died 1879. Oakers Wood, Affpuddle, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f555b: 9)
FRAMPTON, James, Esq., Moreton £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 James FRAMPTON (aged 81). Magistrate of Moreton House, Moreton. Father of Rev. W. C. Frampton (qv). Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1855. Moreton House, Moreton, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f541b: 7)
FRAMPTON, Rev. W. C., Moreton £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William Charlton FRAMPTON (aged 39). Rector of Moreton. Son of James Frampton (qv). Died 1898. Moreton House, Moreton, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f541b: 7)
FRYER, W. R. Esq., S. Lychett House £1 1s. 0d. 15 Jan 1851 William Rolles FRYER (aged 47). Landed proprietor of Manor House, Lytchett Minster. Treasurer to Wareham and Purbeck Poor Law Union. Died 1866. Manor House, Lytchett Minster, Dorset. (HO107/1855, f373a: 2)
FUTTER, Mr. Edward, Came £1 1s. 0d. 20 Jan 1851 Edward FUTTER (aged 53). Farmer of 122 acres at Winterbourne Came, employing 50 labourers. Died ?1862. Came Farm House, Winterborne Came, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f228a: 6)
FYLER, J. C. Esq., Heffleton, Wareham £2 2s. 0d. 3 May 1851 James Chamness FYLER (aged 60). Magistrate and landed proprietor of Heffleton near Wareham. Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1858. 20 White Rock, Hastings, Sussex. (HO107/1635, f552a: 14)
GAITSKELL, Mrs., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Harriett GAITSKELL (aged 39). Annuitant of West Walks, Dorchester. Widow of J. J. Gaitskell, esq. of the Bengal Civil Service. Died 1891. West Walks, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f82a: 24)
GALE, BAKER, WARD and Co., London £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jul 1851 Wholesale druggists based in Bouverie Street near Fleet Street, London. Supplied goods to the value of £83 11s. 1d. to Dorset County Hospital in 1851.
GALE, Mr. John, Nottington £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John GALE (aged 41). Miller of Nottington Mills, Broadwey. Also a farmer of 612 acres employing 34 agricultural labourers and 4 men and boys in the mill. Committed suicide 1870. Nottington, Broadwey, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f104b: 17)
GALPIN, Mr. George, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 George GALPIN (aged 50). Brewer and maltster of High East Street, Dorchester, employing 10 men. Died 1865. High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f18b: 13)
GALPIN, Mr. John, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John GALPIN (aged 38). Ironmonger and ironfounder of High West Street, Dorchester, employing 28 men and 13 boys. Died ? High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f76b: 13)
GANE, Rev. William, Shaftesbury £1 1s. 0d. 22 Sep 1851 William GANE (aged 51). Rector of Cann. Died 1856. Cann Rectory, Dorset. (HO107/1851, f161b: 11)
GARLAND, Admiral J. G., Wimborne £2 2s. 0d. 8 Apr 1851 Joseph Gulston GARLAND (aged 69). Rear admiral, of Stone House, Wimborne. Died 1854. Stone Cottage, Wimborne Minster, Dorset. (HO107/1854, f530a: 38)
GARLAND, John, Esq., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John GARLAND (aged 36). Solicitor of North Square, Dorchester. Died 1859. North Square, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f41a: 8)
GARLAND, Mrs. M. A., Sherborne £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Unable to identify
GARLAND, Mr. William, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 10 Apr 1851 William GARLAND (aged 33). Wine merchant of North Square and South Street, Dorchester. Died ? South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f50b :27)
GIBBS, Mr. W., Dorchester* £1 1s. 0d. 7 Apr 1851 William GIBBS (aged 24). Hairdresser and perfumer, of South Street, Dorchester, employing 1 apprentice. Died ? South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f61a: 47)
GLYN, Rev. C. J., Witchampton, Wimborne £1 1s. 0d. 25 Apr 1851 Carr John GLYN (aged 50). Rector of Witchampton. Died 1896. Witchampton, Dorset. (HO107/1854, f309a: 18)
GLYN, Sir R. P. Bart., Gaunt’s £5 0s. 0d. 14 Jan 1851 Richard Plumtre GLYN (aged 63). Baronet. Banker of Gaunt’s House near Wimborne. Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1863. 37 Upper Brook Street, St. George Hanover Square, Westminster, Middlesex. (HO107/1475, f560a: 20)
GOLLOP, G. T. Esq., Strode House £2 2s. 0d. 1 Feb 1851 George Tilley GOLLOP (aged 59). Landed proprietor of Strode House, Netherbury. Died 1889. Stroud House, Netherbury, Dorset. (HO107/1860, f323b: 13)
GOODDEN, H. C. Esq., Upwey £2 2s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Henry Charles GOODDEN (aged 45). Magistrate of Upwey. Vice chairman, Board of Guardians, Weymouth Poor Law Union. Died 1890. Upwey, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f82b: 13)
GOODDEN, J. Esq., Compton £2 2s. 0d. 15 Jan 1851 John GOODDEN (aged 54). Magistrate of Compton House, Over Compton. Chairman, Board of Guardians, Sherborne Poor Law Union. Died 1883. Compton House, Over Compton, Dorset. (HO107/1859, f401a: 24)
GOODDEN, Rev. W. J., Compton £1 1s. 0d. 15 Jan 1851 Wyndham Jeane GOODDEN (aged 46). Rector of Nether Compton. Died 1884. Nether Compton, Dorset. (HO107/1859, f400b: 23)
GOODENOUGH, J. Esq., Godmanstone £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Joseph GOODENOUGH (aged 78). Landowner of Godmanstone. Father of Stephen Goodenough (qv). Died 1860. Godmanstone, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f605a: 8)
GOODENOUGH, Stephen, Esq., Godmanstone* £2 2s. 0d. 27 Jan 1851 Stephen GOODENOUGH (aged 54). Landowner of Godmanstone. Son of Joseph Goodenough (qv). Died 1872. Godmanstone, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f605a: 8)
GORTON, Rev, W. H., Portisham £1 1s. 0d. 1 Apr 1851 William Henry GORTON (aged 45). Vicar of Portisham. Died 1886. Portisham, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f685b: 5)
GRANT, Rev. R., Bradford Abbas £1 1s. 0d. 24 Apr 1851 Robert GRANT (aged 54). Vicar of Bradford Abbas. Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1887. Trafalgar House, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, Hampshire. (HO107/1665, f106b: 37)
GRASSETT, Miss, Osmington £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Either Wilelmina Yard GRASET (aged 42, died 1871) or her younger sister Henrietta GRASET (aged 39, died 1868), both spinsters of Osmington. Osmington, Dorset. (HO107/1587, f25b: 1)
GREEN, Rev. M. J., Steepleton £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Martin Johnson GREEN (aged 37). Rector of Winterbourne Abbas. Died 1889. Winterborne Steepleton, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f579b: 19)
GREENWICH AND CHELSEA OUT-PENSIONERS, per C. Harvey, Esq. £2 2s. 0d. 5 Mar 1851 The Royal Hospitals provided accommodation for former sailors (at Greenwich) and former soldiers (at Chelsea). Those who were non-resident were paid a pension and were known as ‘out-pensioners’.
GREGORY, Mr. John, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John GREGORY (aged 49). In business as John Gregory and Son, surveyors, brickmakers and builders of South Street, Dorchester, employing 29 men and 9 boys. Died ? South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f58a: 42)
GROVES, Mr. Levi, Knighton £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Levi GROVES (aged 53). Farmer and maltster of West Knighton, with 900 acres, employing 39 labourers. Father-in-law of George Flower (qv). Died 1869. West Knighton, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f254a: 16)
GROVES, Mr. Richard, Abbotsbury £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Richard GROVES (aged 46), of Bridport Road, Burton Bradstock near Abbotsbury, butterfactor and farmer of 90 acres with 4 labourers. Died ? Bridport Road, Burton Bradstock, Dorset. (HO107/1861, f124a: 12)
GUEST, Sir J. J. Bart. M.P., Canford £5 5s. 0d. 29 May 1851 Sir Josiah John GUEST (aged 66). A Welsh engineer, entrepreneur and MP. Lived at Canford House, Great Canford. Died 1852. Canford Manor House, Great Canford, Dorset. (HO107/1855, f4b: 1)
GUNDRY, S. B. Esq., Bridport £2 2s. 0d. 28 Apr 1851 Samuel Bowden GUNDRY (aged 58). Spirit merchant of West Street, Bridport. Relative of the other GUNDRY family members who were subscribers (qv). Died 1867. West Street, Bridport, Dorset. (HO107/1861, f215b: 23)
GUNDRY, Joseph, Esq., Bridport £1 1s. 0d. Not recorded Joseph GUNDRY (aged 39). Merchant and county magistrate, of Hyde House, Bothenhampton. Son of Mrs. Joseph Gundry (qv), brother of Benjamin P. Gundry (qv) and nephew of Mary G. Gundry (qv). Also relative of Samuel Bowden Gundry (qv). Died 1877. Bothenhampton, Dorset. (HO107/1861, f155b: 9)
GUNDRY, Mrs. Joseph, Bridport £1 1s. 0d. Not recorded Elizabeth Eliza GUNDRY née Peakes (aged 67). Annuitant of West Street, Bridport. Widow of Joseph Gundry, manufacturer (who died 1841), mother of Joseph Gundry (qv) and Benjamin P. Gundry (qv) and sister-in-law of Mary G. Gundry (qv). Also relative of Samuel Bowden Gundry (qv). Died 1858. West Street, Bridport, Dorset. (HO107/1861, f208b: 9)
GUNDRY, Benjamin P. Esq., Bridport £1 1s. 0d. Not recorded Benjamin Peakes GUNDRY (aged 29). Manufacturer of West Street, Bridport. Son of Mrs. Joseph Gundry (qv), brother of Joseph Gundry (qv) and nephew of Mary G. Gundry (qv). Also relative of Samuel Bowden Gundry (qv). Died 1878. West Street, Bridport, Dorset. (HO107/1861, f208b: 9)
GUNDRY, Miss M. G., Bridport £1 1s. 0d. Not recorded Mary Grace GUNDRY (aged 71). Spinster. Annuitant of West Street, Bridport. Sister-in-law of Mrs. Joseph Gundry (qv) and aunt of Joseph and Benjamin P. Gundry (qv). Also relative of Samuel Bowden Gundry (qv). Died 1863. West Street, Bridport, Dorset. (HO107/1861, f208b: 9)
HADLEY, Rev. G., Milborne £1 1s. 0d. 1 Feb 1851 George HADLEY (aged 45). Vicar of Milborne St. Andrew. Died 1884. Vicarage House, Church Street, Milborne St. Andrew, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f100a: 16)
HALL and WOODEHOUSE, Messrs., Blandford* £1 1s. 0d. 6 Feb 1851 Brewers and maltsters of Ansty, near Blandford.
HALL, Mr. Charles, Anstey, Blandford £1 1s. 0d. 23 Jan 1851 Charles HALL (aged 55). Farmer of 613 acres at Upper Ansty, Hilton near Blandford, employing 15 labourers, 7 women and 4 boys. Died ? Hamlet of Ansty, Hilton, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f51a: 30)
HAMILTON, Lady C. B., Maiden Newton £2 2s. 0d. 3 May 1851 Charlotte Sophia Baillie HAMILTON née Home (aged 77). Daughter of 9th Earl of Home and widow of Rev. Charles Hamilton, related to the earls of Haddington. Mother-in-law of W. H. Scott (qv). Died 1866. Rectory, Maiden Newton, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f468b: 28)
HANDLEY, Rev. A., Fordington £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Augustus Bernard HANDLEY (aged 46). Perpetual curate of Christ Church, West Fordington. Died 1877. Rectory House, Fordington, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f196a: 24)
HARDING, Mr. James, Waterson £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 James HARDING (aged 50). Farmer of 1070 acres at Puddletown, employing 26 men, 18 boys and 17 women. Died 1871. Higher Waterson Farm House, Puddletown, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f350b: 17)
HARDING, Mr. Stephen, Stinsford £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Stephen Toghill HARDING (aged 48). Farmer of 418 acres at Stinsford Farm, Stinsford, employing 22 men and boys. Died 1872. Stinsford Farm. Stinsford, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f220b: 19)
HARDY, Miss A., Portisham £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Augusta Sarah Masterman HARDY (aged 73). Spinster of Portisham. Sister of Admiral Sir Thomas Masterman Hardy. Died 1856. Portisham, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f688a: 10)
HARVEY, R. R. Esq., Fordington* £1 1s. 0d. Not recorded Robert Ridout HARVEY (aged 79). Landed proprietor of High Street, Fordington. Died 1856. High Street, Fordington, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f159a: 4)
HARRIS, G. Esq., Henbury £2 2s. 0d. 8 Jan 1851 George HARRIS (died 1862). Fundholder of Higher Henbury, Sturminster Marshall. Died 1862. Higher Henbury, Sturminster Marshall, Dorset. (HO107/1854, f599a: 8)
HAWKINS, Mr. Charles, Martinstown £1 1s. 0d. 23 Jan 1851 Charles HAWKINS (aged 53). Farmer of 459 acres in Winterbourne St. Martin’s, employing 18 labourers. Died 1866. Winterbourne St. Martin, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f593b: 17)
HAWKINS, Bisset, Esq. M.D., 30 Golden Sq. £2 2s. 0d. 2 May 1851 Francis Bisset HAWKINS (aged 56). Physician, in 1858 appointed a deputy lieutenant of Dorset. Brother of Rev. W. B. Hawkins (qv). Died 1894. 18 Bolton Street, St. George Hanover Square, London. (HO107/1476, f119b: 13)
HAWKINS, Rev. W. B., 23 Great Marlboro’ St. £1 1s. 0d. 21 Jan 1851 William Bentinck Letham HAWKINS, M. A. (aged 48). Author and editor, and some time chaplain to HRH the Duke of Cambridge. Brother of Dr. F. B. Hawkins (qv). Died 1894. 23 Great Marlborough Street, St. James’s Westminster, London. (HO107/1485, f40b: 9)
HAWKINS, Mr. William, Martinstown £1 1s. 0d. 14 Jan 1851 William HAWKINS (aged 58). Farmer of 820 acres in Winterbourne St. Martin, employing 16 men, 5 boys and 13 women. Died 1862. Winterbourne St. Martin, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f594a: 18)
HAYNE, Mr. John, Fordington £2 2s. 0d. 13 Jan 1851 John HAYNE (aged 72). Grocer, maltster, soap boiler, spice and corn merchant and farmer of Fordington with 300 acres and employing c. 20 labourers. Father of Robert Hayne (qv). Died 1868. King Street, Fordington, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f179: 45)
HAYNE, Mr. Robert, Fordington £1 1s. 0d. 13 Jan 1851 Robert HAYNE (aged 33). Grocer of Fordington. Son of John Hayne (qv). Died 1899. King Street, Fordington, Dorset. (HO107/1858, folio 179: 45)
HAYWARD, Mrs., Lyme £1 1s. 0d. 28 Apr 1851 Either Mary A. HAYWARD (aged 40, died 1870) or her younger sister Frances HAYWARD (aged 25, died 1904), both landed proprietors of Silver Street, Lyme Regis. Both were spinsters – the ‘Mrs.’ is probably an error. Silver Street, Lyme Regis, Dorset. (HO107/1862, f48b: 3 [younger sister’s age more likely to be 35])
HELLYAR, Mr., Cerne £1 1s. 0d. 11 Jan 1851 James Thomas HELLYAR (aged 55). Tanner, currier and maltster of Abbey Street, Cerne Abbas, employing 11 men and 3 boys. Died 1867. Abbey Street, Cerne Abbas, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f213a: 16)
HELLYAR, Mrs. C., Poundisford Park £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Charlotte Anne HELYAR née Michel (aged 42). Wife of Charles John Helyar, JP, of Poundisford Park, Pitminster, Somerset (who died 1858). Daughter of Lieut.-Gen. John Michel (qv) of Dewlish. Her husband was a supporter of the Taunton and Somerset Hospital. Died 1893. Poundisford Lodge, Pitminster, Somerset. (HO107/1922, f123a: 20)
HENNING, C. B. Esq., Fordington £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Charles Burt HENNING (aged 54). Solicitor of High West Street, Dorchester. Died 1871. Grove House, Fordington, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f190b: 13)
HENNING, James, Esq., Wolveton £1 1s. 0d. 11 Jan 1851 James HENNING (aged 60). Landed proprietor of Wolveton, Charminster. Died 1865. 3 Carlton Crescent, Southampton, Hampshire. (HO107/1669, f706b: 51)
HENNING, W. L. Esq., Frome £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William Lewis HENNING (aged 56). Magistrate of Hollis Frome House, Dorchester with 265 acres, employing 11 labourers. Died 1876. Hollis Frome House, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f112a: 4)
HENVILLE, C. B. Esq., Weymouth £1 1s. 0d. 6 Feb 1851 Charles Bagge HENVILLE (aged 51). Landed proprietor of Melcombe Regis. Died 1877. 6 Charlotte Row, Melcombe Regis, Dorset. (H01O7/1857, f179b: 27)
HICKS, Rev. James, Piddletrenthide £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 James HICKS (aged 40). Vicar of Piddletrenthide. Chaplain to Cerne Poor Law Union. Died 1889. Manor House, Piddletrenthide, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f766a: 24)
HINDS, Rev. J. T., Pulham £1 1s. 0d. 7 May 1851 John Thomas HINDS (aged 49). Rector of Pulham. Died 1873. Rectory, Pulham, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f848b: 1)
HODGES, Rev. Dr., Lyme £1 1s. 0d. 28 Apr 1851 Frederick Pacey HODGES, D.C.L. (aged 49). Vicar of Lyme Regis, living at Portland Villa or Cottage, Lyme Regis. Died ? Portland Cottage, Sidmouth Road, Lyme Regis, Dorset. (HO107/1862, f40a: 30)
HODGES, Mr. J. F., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 John Francis HODGES (aged 40). Wine merchant of Dorchester. Vice chairman, Board of Guardians, Dorchester Poor Law Union. Died 1879. High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f47a: 20)
HODGES, Miss, Henbury £1 1s. 0d. 8 Jan 1851 Grace Ayscough Parry HODGES (aged 56). Spinster. Annuitant of Higher Henbury, Sturminster Marshall. Daughter of late Walter Parry Hodges, artist. Died 1869. Higher Henbury, Sturminster Marshall, Dorset. (HO107/1854, f599a: 8)
HODGES, W. Esq., Inner Temple £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William HODGES (aged 42). Barrister, a native of Dorset, living at 16 Southampton Street, Bloomsbury. Died ? 16 Southampton Street, Bloomsbury, Middlesex. (HO107/1507, f459a: 54)
HOMER, Mr. I. G., Martinstown £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John Green HOMER (aged 48). Farmer of 860 acres in Winterbourne St. Martin, employing 24 men, 8 women and 6 boys. Died 1880. Winterbourne St. Martin’s, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f590a: 10)
HOPE, Rev. H. P., Sherborne £1 1s. 0d. 15 May 1851 Henry P. HOPE (aged 48). Curate of Leigh, living in Sherborne. Died 1868. Cheap Street, Sherborne, Dorset. (HO107/1859, f194a: 22)
HUSSEY, J. Esq., Marnhull £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 John HUSSEY (aged 56). Magistrate and landed proprietor of Nash Court, Marnhull. Chairman, Board of Guardians, Sturminster Poor Law Union. Died 1880. Nash Court, Marnhull, Dorset. (HO107/1852, f50a: 16)
HUXTABLE, Rev. A., Sutton Waldron* £2 2s. 0d. 23 Aug 1851 Anthony HUXTABLE (aged 43). County magistrate and vicar of Sutton Waldren. Later Archdeacon of Dorset. Husband of Maria Huxtable (qv). Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1883. Sutton Waldren, Dorset. (HO107/1851, f271b: 27)
HUXTABLE, Mrs., Sutton Waldron* £2 2s. 0d. 23 Aug 1851 Maria Sarah HUXTABLE née Langston (aged 54). Wife of Anthony Huxtable (qv) of Sutton Waldren. Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1874. Sutton Waldren, Dorset. (HO107/1851, f271b: 27)
ILCHESTER, Earl of, Melbury £10 10s. 0d. 9 Jan 1851 Henry Stephen FOX-STRANGEWAYS (aged 64). 3rd Earl of Ilchester, owner of 669 acres, employing 70 labourers. Patron of Dorset County Hospital 1841-58. Father of Lady Theresa Digby (qv) and brother of W. T. H. F. Strangeways (qv). Died 1858. Melbury Sampford, Dorset. (HO107/1860, f14b: 21)
INGRAM, Francis, Esq., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Francis INGRAM (aged 54). Solictor of South Street, Dorchester. Died 1864. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f58b: 43a)
IRVING, Rev. Dr., Sturminster Marshall £1 1s. 0d. 8 Mar 1851 Matthew IRVING (aged 71). Doctor of divinity, of Bailey, Sturminster. Vicar of Sturminster Marshall and Canon of Rochester. Died 1857. Prebendal House, Rochester, Kent. (HO107/1610, f107b: 1)
JACKSON, Mrs. F., Dorchester* £2 2s. 0d. 24 Jun 1851 Mary Beadon JACKSON (aged 33). Widow of Francis Jackson (who died 1850), physician to the hospital 1841-49 and consultant physician 1849-50. In 1853 she married Rev. A. G. S. Shirley (qv). Died 1877. 32 Holywell Street, Holywell, Oxford, Oxfordshire. (HO107/1728, f52a: 16)
JACKSON, Mrs., Swanage £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Louisa Decima Hyde JACKSON née Wollaston (aged 72). Wife of Rev. J. L. Jackson (qv) and mother of Miss Louisa Jackson (qv). Died 1854. Swanage, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f63b: 19)
JACKSON, Rev. J. L., Swanage £2 2s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 James Leonard JACKSON, rector of Swanage. Husband of Mrs. Louisa Jackson (qv) and father of Miss Louisa Jackson (qv). Died 1854. Swanage, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f63b: 19)
JACKSON, Miss, Swanage £1 1s. 0d. 21 Mar 1851 Louisa JACKSON, spinster, daughter of Rev. J. L. Jackson (qv) and Mrs. Louisa Jackson (qv). Died 1886. Swanage, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f63b: 19)
JACOB, G. T. Esq., Shillingstone £2 2s. 0d. 8 Mar 1851 George Thompson JACOB (aged 55). Magistrate and lieutenant colonel, of Shillingstone. Died 1865. 148 King’s Road, Brighton, SSX. (HO107/1646, f393b: 59)
JENKINS, Rev. W., Sidmouth £2 2s. 0d. 28 Apr 1851 William JENKINS (aged 67). Rector of Sidmouth. Died 1856. Parsonage House, Sidmouth, DEV. (HO107/1864, f351a: 14)
JENNINGS, J. C. Esq., Evershot £2 2s. 0d. 4 Feb 1851 Joseph Crew JENNINGS (aged 42). Solicitor of Evershot, in partnership with his brother Thomas R. Jennings (qv). Son of Ann Jennings (qv). Committed suicide 1854. Evershot, Dorset. (HO107/1860, f33a: 28)
JENNINGS, Mrs. Ann, Evershot £1 1s. 0d. 4 Feb 1851 Ann JENNINGS (aged 65). Annuitant of Evershot. Widow of John Jennings, solicitor (who died 1836). and mother of Thomas Robert and Joseph Crew Jennings (qv). Died 1860. 1 York Buildings, Melcombe Regis, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f179b: 27)
JENNINGS, Mr. T. R., Evershot* £1 1s. 0d. 4 Apr 1851 Thomas Robert JENNINGS (aged 31). Solicitor of Evershot, in partnership with his brother J. C. Jennings (qv). Son of Ann Jennings (qv). Died 1853. 1 York Buildings, Melcombe Regis, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f179b: 27)
JENNINGS, W. Esq., Evershot £1 1s. 0d. 5 May 1851 William JENNINGS (aged 76). Land agent of St. John Street, Evershot and occupier of 50 acres of land, employing 1 out-door labourer. Relative of Ann Jennings (qv) and her sons Joseph Crew and Thomas Robert Jennings (qv). Died 1854. Evershot, Dorset. (HO107/1860, f32b: 27)
JERRERD, Mrs., Abbey Milton* £1 1s. 0d. 26 Apr 1851 Mary JERRARD (aged 80). Widow. Proprietor of houses and land, living with her son Samuel Jerrard, farmer of Long Close Farmhouse, Milton Abbas. Died 1853. Long Close Farmhouse, Milton Abbas, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f80a: 4)
JESTY, Mr. Charles, Holywell £1 1s. 0d. 16 Oct 1851 Charles JESTY (aged 34). Farmer of 380 acres at Holywell, Melbury Bubb, employing 19 labourers. Died 1855. Holywell, Melbury Bubb, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f666b: 1)
JESTY, Mrs., Bradford* £1 1s. 0d. 19 Apr 1851 Edith JESTY (aged 58). Fundholder of 5 Devonshire Square, Melcombe Regis. Widow of Robert Jesty, yeoman. Mother-in-law of Francis Pope (qv) of Bradford Peverell. Died 1876. 5 Devonshire Buildings, Melcombe Regis, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f186a: 40)
JESTY, Mr. George, Druce £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 George JESTY (aged 28). Farmer of Druce, Piddletown. Died ? Druce Farm House, Piddletown, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f351a: 18)
KELLAWAY, Mr. J. D., Winterborne £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John Down KELLAWAY (aged 71). Farmer of 100 acres in Winterborne Abbas, employing 7 labourers (5 males and 2 females). Died 1853. Winterborne Abbas, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f575a: 10)
KEMP, Rev. Augustus, Swanage £1 1s. 0d. 13 Jan 1851 Augustus KEMP (aged 35). Vicar of Worth Matravers, living at Corfe Mullen. Died 1890. High Street, St. James’s Poole, Dorset. (HO107/1855, f305a: 16)
KERSLAKE, Mr. J., Woodsford £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Joseph KERSLAKE (aged 67). Farmer of 700 acres in Higher Woodsford, employing 10 labourers and families. Died 1852. Woodsford, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f290a: 8)
KING, Rev. Moss, Critchell £1 1s. 0d. 28 Jan 1851 William Moss KING (aged 54). Rector of Critchell Moor. Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1864. Rectory House, Long Critchell, Dorset. (HO107/1854, f22b: 9)
KNIPE, Rev. T. W., Tincleton £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Thomas Wenham KNIPE (aged 28). Rector of Woodsford with Tincleton. Died 1903. Clyffe House, Tincleton, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f299b: 9)
LAMBERT, W. C. Esq., Knowle £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William Charles LAMBERT (aged 58). Living at Knowle House, Corfe Mullen. Magistrate for Dorset and Somerset. Died 1877. Misterton, Dorset. (HO107/1860, f153b: 17)
LANE, Rev. S., Frome Vauchurch £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Samuel Lane (aged 48). Rector of Frome Vauchurch. Died 1868. Frome Vauchurch Parsonage, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f501b: 15)
LEE, Mrs., Bridport £1 1s. 0d. 1 Feb 1851 Elizabeth LEE (aged 72). Widow. Fundholder of West Mead House, Allington, Bridport. Died 1858. West Mead House, Allington, Bridport, Dorset. (HO107/1861, f376b: 31)
LEES, H. Esq. M.D., Blandford £1 1s. 0d. 28 Jan 1851 Henry LEES, M.D. (aged 38). Physician of Salisbury Street, Blandford. Died ? Blandford St. Mary, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f362b: 18)
LEWER, Messrs., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 9 Jan 1851 Lewer and Son, coach makers of South Street, Dorchester.
LEY, Rev. Carrington, Bere Regis £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Carrington LEY (aged 62). Vicar of Bere Regis. Died 1864. West Street, Bere Regis, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f503b: 31)
LITCHFIELD, Rev. J. T., Buckland Ripers £1 1s. 0d. 25 Mar 1851 Isaac Smith LITCHFIELD (aged 50). Rector of Buckland Ripers. Died 1895. Buckland Ripers, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f166b: 1)
LOCK, Mr. Francis, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 May 1851 Francis LOCK (aged 33). Postmaster of Dorchester. Died ? South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f59b: 45)
LOCK, Mr. George, Blandford £1 1s. 0d. 5 May 1851 George LOCK (aged 49). Inkeeper of the Crown Hotel, West Street, Blandford, and farmer with 600 acres, employing 18 labourers. Died 1868. West Street, Blandford, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f283b: 1)
LOCK, Mr. Joseph, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Joseph LOCK (aged 39). Master butcher of North Square, Dorchester, employing 3 men. Son of William Lock (qv) and brother-in-law of John Fitch (qv). Died 1877. North Square, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f46b: 7)
LOCK, Mrs. John, Charminster £1 1s. 0d. Not recorded Unable to identify
LOCK, Mr. Henry, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. Not recorded Henry LOCK (aged 37). Solicitor of High East Street, Dorchester. Clerk to the Board of Guardians, Dorchester Poor Law Union. Died 1880. High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f15b: 7)
LOCK, Mr. William, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William LOCK (aged 70). Retired butcher of Jean Cottage, Fordington. Father of Joseph Lock (qv) and father-in-law of John Fitch (qv). Died May 1851. Jean Cottage, Fordington, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f180b: 47)
LOCKWOOD, Miss, Weymouth £1 1s. 0d. 24 Mar 1851 Unable to identify
LOFTUS, G. C. Esq., Woolland £2 2s. 0d. Not recorded George Colby LOFTUS (aged 60). Lieut.-Col. of the Dorset Militia, living at Woolland House, near Blandford. Formerly of the Scots Fusilier Guards (serving under the Duke of Wellington). Died 1861. 4 Old Bond Street, St. Georges Hanover Square, Middlesex. (HO107/1476, f5b: 3)
LOGAN, Mr. Thomas, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Thomas LOGAN (aged 52). Jeweller and silversmith of Cornhill, South Street, Dorchester, employing 2 men. Died ? South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f54a: 34)
LONGMAN, Mr. James, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 James LONGMAN (aged 46). Innkeeper and horse dealer, of the Green Dragon, Durngate Street, Dorchester. Died 1864. Durngate Lane, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f25a: 26)
LONGMAN, Mr. T., Milborne £1 1s. 0d. 22 Feb 1851 Thomas LONGMAN (aged 33). Farmer of 3 acres at Trippits Green, Milborne St. Andrew, employing 3 men. Died 1898. Trippits Green, Milborne St. Andrew, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f96a: 8)
LUCKHAM, Mr. J. S., Steepleton £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John Sherren LUCKHAM (aged 58). Farmer of 850 acres at Winterborne Steepleton, employing 20 men, 8 women and 7 boys. Died 1865. Winterborne Steepleton, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f581: 22)
LUCKHAM, Mr. Levi, Broadway £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Levi LUCKHAM (aged 65). Land surveyor and farmer of 531 acres at Broadwey, employing 36 labourers. Died 1866. Broadwey Farm, Broadwey, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f97a: 2)
LUDLOW, Rev. E., Martinstown £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Edward LUDLOW (aged 49). Vicar of Winterbourne St. Martins. Died 1892. Winterbourne St. Martin’s, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f592a: 14)
LYON, Rev. R., D.D., Bishop’s Caundle £1 1s. 0d. 15 Jan 1851 Ralph LYON (aged 56). Rector of Bishop’s Caundle and vicar of Haydon. Died 1856. Rectory House, Bishop’s Caundle, Dorset. (HO107/1859, f21b: 3)
MALAN, Rev. S. C., Broadwinsor £2 2s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 and 9 Jun 1851 Solomon Caesar MALAN (aged 38). Vicar of Broadwinsor 1845-55. Biblical scholar, regarded as the greatest British orientalist of his day. Died 1894. Vicarage, Broadwinsor, Dorset. (HO1-7/1860, f175b: 1)
MANFIELD, W., Esq., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William MANFIELD (aged 54). Attorney and solicitor in equity of South Street, Dorchester, in partnership with G. J. Andrews (qv). Died 1863. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, folio 52b: 31)
MANLEY, Mr. W., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William MANLEY (aged 50). Hotel keeper of the King’s Arms Hotel, High East Street, Dorchester. Died 1875. Kings Arms hotel, High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f18a: 12)
MANSEL, Colonel, Smedmore £2 2s. 0d. 17 Jan 1851 John MANSEL (aged 74). Colonel in the Army, living at Smedmore House, Kimmeridge. Father of George, John and Moreton Mansel (qv). Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1863. Smedmore House, Kimmeridge, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f229b: 1)
MANSEL, G. P. Esq., Uddings £5 5s. 0d. 12 Jun 1851 George Pleydell MANSEL (aged 33). Retired from the Army, living with his brother Moreton Grove Mansel (qv) at Kingston Russell House. Son of Col. Mansel (qv) and brother of John Clavell Mansel (qv). Died 1896. Kingston Russell House, Kingston Russell, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f560a: 4)
MANSEL, J. C. Esq., Smedmore £5 5s. 0d. 17 Sep 1851 John Clavell MANSEL later Mansel-Pleydell (aged 34). Magistrate and landowner of Longbourne House, Langton Long Blandford. Son of Col. Mansel (qv) and brother of George Pleydell and Moreton Grove Mansel (qv). Died 1902. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on DNB entry)
MANSEL, M. G. Esq., Kingston Russel £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Moreton Grove MANSEL (aged 27). Living at Kingston Russell House. Son of Col. Mansel (qv) and brother of George and John Mansel (qv). Husband of Elizabeth Mansel (qv). Died 1859. Kingston Russell House, Kingston Russell, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f560a: 4)
MANSEL, Mrs. M. G., Kingston Russel £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Elizabeth Arundell MANSEL née Frome (aged 25). Wife of Moreton Grove Mansel (qv). Died 1893. Kingston Russell House, Kingston Russell, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f560a: 4)
MARINDON, Rev. S., Shanks House, Wincanton £1 1s. 0d. 30 Jan 1851 Samuel MARINDEN (aged 44). Rector of Buckhorn Weston and of Penselwood, Somerset. Died 1852. ?Parson’s House, Cucklington, Somerset. (HO107/1931, f432a: 2)
MASKEW, Rev. T. R., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Thomas Ratsey MASKEW (aged 32). Head master of Dorchester Grammar School. Died 1893. Grammar School, South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f49b: 25)
MATTHEWS, Rev. J. J., Melbury £1 1s. 0d. 4 Feb 1851 John Jenkins MATTHEWS (aged 48). Rector of Melbury Osmond and vicar of Melbury Bubb. Died 1855. Melbury Osmond, Dorset. (HO107/1860, f10b: 13)
MAXWELL, Rev. G., Winterborne Whitechurch £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 George MAXWELL (aged 49). Vicar of Winterbourne Whitchurch. Died 1871. Vicarage, Winterborne Whitechurch, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f121b: 11)
MAYO, Mr. William, Poxwell £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William MAYO (aged 51). Farmer of 200 acres in Poxwell, employing 35 labourers. Died 1878. Poxwell, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f19b: 1)
MELLIAR, Mrs., Sherborne £1 1s. 0d. 8 Jan 1851 Anne MELLIAR née Devenish (aged 80). Fundholder and landed proprietor of Sherborne. Widow of John Melliar and only child of William Devenish of Sydling St. Nicholas. Died 1852. Abb[e]y, Sherborne, Dorset. (HO107/1859, folio 190A: 14)
MELMOUTH, J. Y. Esq., Sherborne £1 1s. 0d. 1 May 1851 John Young MELMOTH (aged 44). Attorney and solicitor and clerk to the magistrates, of Acreman Street, Sherborne. Clerk to the Board of Guardians, Sherborne Poor Law Union. Died 1876. Acreman Street, Sherborne, Dorset. (HO107/1859, f204b: 17)
MICHEL, Major C., Dewlish £1 1s. 0d. 1 Feb 1851 Charles Edward MICHEL (aged 41). Living at Dewlish, son of Lieut.-Gen. John Michel (who died 1844). Brother of John Michel (qv) and nephew of Mrs. Margaretta Michel (qv). Died 1893. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on GRO death index)
MICHEL, Lieut.-Col., Dewlish* £1 1s. 0d. 10 Feb 1851 John MICHEL (aged 47). Army officer living at Dewlish.  Awarded knighthood and promoted to Field Marshal. Son of Lieut.-Gen. John Michel (who died 1844). Brother of Charles Edward Michel (qv) and nephew of Mrs. Margaretta Michel (qv). Died 1886. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on DNB entry)
MICHEL, Mrs., Whatcombe £2 2s. 0d. 28 Jan 1851 and 22 Aug 1851 Margaretta MICHEL née Pleydell (aged 66). Land proprietor of Whatcombe House. Widow of Rev. James Michel and daughter of Edmund Norton Pleydell, esq. Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1871. 12 Clarence Building, Melcombe Regis, Dorset. (HO107/1857, folios 182a/b: 38-39)
MIDDLETON, H. N. Esq., Dorchester £2 2s. 0d. 24 Jan 1851 Hastings Nathaniel MIDDLETON (aged 41). Landed proprietor of Wollaston House, Dorchester, employing 6 men. Husband of Mary Middleton (qv). Died 1898. Wollaston House, Durngate Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f26a: 28)
MIDDLETON, Mrs., Dorchester* £2 2s. 0d. 24 Jan 1851 Mary Ann MIDDLETON née Barton (aged 46). Wife of Hastings Nathaniel Middleton (qv) of Wollaston House, Dorchester. Died 1866. Wollaston House, Durngate Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f26a: 28)
MILLER, M. Esq., Plush £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Michael MILLER (aged 60). Landed proprietor of Plush House, Buckland Newton, with 1596 acres, employing 50 labourers. Vice chairman, Board of Guardians, Cerne Poor Law Union. Died 1878. Plush House, Buckland Newton, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f798: 2)
MONDEY. Mr. Edward, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Edward MONDEY (aged 48). Surveyor and builder of Dorchester, employing 35 men and 6 boys. Partnership with John Acres Curme (qv) dissolved in 1844. Died 1866. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f57a: 40)
MOORE, Rev. R., Wimborne St. Giles £1 1s. 0d. 28 Jan 1851 Robert MOORE (aged 66). Rector of St. Giles Wimborne. Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1865. Parsonage House, Wimborne St. Giles, Dorset. (HO107/1854, f242b: 17)
MORANT, George, Esq., Bloxworth £2 2s. 0d. 26 Apr 1851 (£2) and 13 May 1851 (2s.) George MORANT (aged 60). Gentleman of Bloxworth House, near Wareham. Died 1875. Weston Green, Thames Ditton, Surrey. (HO107/1604, f72a: 14)
MOULE, Rev. Henry, Fordington £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Henry MOULE (aged 50). Vicar of Fordington. Inventor of the dry earth closet. Died 1880. Vicarage, Fordington, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f160b: 7)
NOAKE, Mr. Israel, Upwey £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Israel NOAKE (aged 42). Farmer of Upwey. Died 1874. Upwey, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f81b: 11)
NORTH, Thomas, Esq., Loders £1 1s. 0d. 23 Jan 1851 Thomas North (aged 38). Landed proprietor of Upper Loders. Died ? Uploders, Dorset. (HO107/1861, f16a: 24)
OAKLEY, Mr. Robert, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Robert OAKLEY (aged 50). Brewer of High East Street, Dorchester. Died 1872. High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f17a: 10)
OGLANDER, Sir William, Bart., Parnham £5 5s. 0d. 26 Apr 1851 William OGLANDER (aged 81). Baronet, of Parnham House, Beaminster. Died 1852. Parnham House, Beaminster, Dorset. (HO107/1860, f459b: 27)
OKEDEN, W. P. Esq., Turnworth £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 William Parry OKEDEN (aged 50). JP and landed proprietor of Turnworth House, Turnworth. Died 1868. Turnworth House, Turnworth, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f6a: 4)
OLDFIELD, Capt. R. £1 1s. 0d. 11 Jan 1851 Either Radulphus Bryce OLDFIELD (Navy) or his brother Richard OLDFIELD (Army). Their brother John Rawdon Oldfield was connected with the hospital in later life. They were related to the Arden family (qv) of Dorchester. Died ?
OLIVER, Mr. F., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 13 Jan 1851 Francis OLIVER (aged 57). Inn keeper of the Phoenix Inn, High East Street, Dorchester. Died 1859. Phoenix Inn, High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, folio 19a: 14)
ONSLOW, Rev. C., Knowle £1 1s. 0d. 1 May 1851 Charles ONSLOW (aged 41). Vicar of Wimborne Minister. Died 1884. West Borough, Wimborne Minister, Dorset. (HO107/1854, f484b: 65)
ONSLOW, Thomas, Esq., Weymouth £2 2s. 0d. 24 Mar 1851 Unable to identify
ORFORD, Earl of, Ilsington House £5 5s. 0d. Not recorded Horatio WALPOLE (aged 67). 3rd Earl of Orford from 1822. Died 1858. Wolterton Hall, Wolterton, Norfolk. (HO107/1810, f292a: 12)
ORTON, J. S. Esq., 6 Hill Road, St. John’s Wood £1 1s. 0d. 14 Mar 1851 John Swaffield ORTON (aged 40). Fundholder of 6 Hill Road, St. John’s Wood, Marylebone. Died 1888. 6 Hill Road, Marylebone, London. (H0107/1491, f438a: 6)
PARCEL, Mr. John, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. Not recorded John PARCEL (aged 40). Innkeeper of the Mail Coach inn, North Square, Dorchester. Died 1855. Mail Coach inn, North Square, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f46b: 7)
PARKE, C. Esq., Henbury House £2 2s. 0d. 1 May 1851 Charles PARKE (aged 59). Magistrate of Henbury House, Lower Henbury. Died 1860. Lower Henbury, Sturminster Marshall, Dorset. (HO107/1854, f599a: 8)
PARSONS, Rev. John, Sherborne £1 1s. 0d. 22 Feb 1851 John PARSONS (aged 71). Vicar of Sherborne and Oborne, and curate of Castleton. Vice chairman, Board of Guardians, Sherborne Poor Law Union. Died 1854. Church Yard, Sherborne, Dorset. (HO107/1859, f262b: 17)
PATCH, Mr. Thomas, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Thomas PATCH (aged 50). Organist and bookseller, of High West Street, Dorchester. Died 1867. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f77: 15)
PATTISON, Mrs., Wrackleford £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Jane PATTISON née Stickland (aged 67). Landed proprietor of Wrackleford House, Stratton. Widow of banker Robert Pattison (who died 1845). Mother-in-law of the Hon. Henry Ashley (qv). Died 1875. Wrackleford House, Stratton, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f447b: 17)
PEACH, George, Esq., Child Okeford £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 George PEACH (aged 72). Justice of the peace, of Millbrook House, Child Okeford. Died 1856. Millbrook House, Child Okeford, Dorset. (HO107/1852, f246a: 8)
PEARCE, Edward, Esq., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Edward PEARCE (aged 33). Banker of Fordington Hill, Fordington. Died 1885. Fordington Hill, Fordington, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f165a: 16)
PENNY, John, Esq., Leeds £1 1s. 0d. 16 Jun 1851 John PENNY (aged 48). Originally from Sherborne, distributor of stamps for Leeds, working for the Inland Revenue. Lived at 22 Blenheim Terrace, Leeds. Died ? 22 Blenheim Terrace, Leeds, Yorkshire. (HO107/2321, f1045b: 13)
PESTER, Mr. Philip, Doles Ash £1 1s. 0d. 28 Apr 1851 Philip Rodber PESTER (aged 61). Farmer of 1068 acres at Doles Ash farm, Piddletrenthide, employing 33 labourers. Father-in-law of John Phelps (qv). Died 1859. Doles Ash House, Piddletrenthide, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f761a: 14)
PHELPS, Mr. John, Monckton £1 1s. 0d. 26 Apr 1851 John Bryant PHELPS (aged 36). Farmer of ?300 acres at Winterborne Monckton, employing 17 men, 7 women and 9 boys. Married the daughter of Philip Pester (qv), for whom he was executor. Died 1878. Winterborne Monckton, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f5a: 2)
PHILLIPPS, Rev. J. E., Osmington £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 James Evans PHILLIPS (aged 57). Vicar of Osmington. Later baronet. Died 1873. Vicarage, Osmington, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f25b: 1)
PLOWMAN, Mrs., 9 Fitzroy Square, London £1 1s. 0d. 19 Aug 1851 Frances Louisa PLOWMAN née Taunton (aged 50). Widow of Henry Plowman, surgeon, of Dorchester. Died 1857. Box Side, Kempston, Bedfordshire. (HO107/1751, f433b: 29)
POPE, Mr. Edward, Mapperton £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Edward POPE (aged 39). Farmer of about 1200 acres at Great Toller and Mapperton, employing 37 labourers. Died 1867. Toller Porcorum, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f507a: 2)
POPE, Mr. Ezekiel, Chilfrome £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Ezekial POPE (aged 71). Landed proprietor of Chilfrome with 350 acres, employing 27 labourers. Died 1858. Chilfrome, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f495: 2)
POPE, Mr. Francis, Bradford Peverel £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Francis POPE (aged 38). Farmer of 600 acres at Bradford Peverell, employing 37 labourers. Living at the home of his mother-in-law, Edith Jesty (qv), at 5 Devonshire Buildings, Melcombe Regis. Died 1869. 5 Devonshire Buildings, Melcombe Regis, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f186a: 40)
POPE, Mr. William, Toller Whelme £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 William POPE (aged 50). Farmer of 567 acres at Pennys Toller, Corscombe, employing 26 labourers. Died 1879. Corscombe, Dorset. (HO107/1860, f94b: 93)
PORCHER, Charles, esq., Clyffe House £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Charles PORCHER (aged 50). Landowner of Clyffe House, Tincleton. Died 1863. 33 Wellington Square, Hastings, Sussex. (HO107/1635, f424b: 59)
PORTARLINGTON, Earl of, Milton Abbey £5 5s. 0d. Not recorded Henry John Reuben DAWSON-DAMER (aged 29). 3rd Earl of Portarlington from 1845. Died 1889. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on Debrett’s  entry)
PORTER, Col., Minterne £2 2s. 0d. 9 Jan 1851 Henry PORTER (aged 40). Colonel of Minterne Magna. Had retired from the 9th regiment of the Light Dragoons in 1833. Promoted to general in 1854. Sold farm in Minterne Magna in 1859 and settled with his brother, a landowner at Hembury Fort, Buckerell, Devon. Died 1871. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on 1861 census)
POWYS, Rev. L. C., Stalbridge £2 2s. 0d. 25 Apr 1851 Lyttleton Charles POWYS (aged 60). Rector of Stalbridge. Died 1872. High Street, Stalbridge, Dorset. (HO107/1852, F69b: 19)
PRETOR, Samuel, Esq., Sherborne £2 2s. 0d. 10 Feb 1851 Samuel PRETOR (aged 59). Retired banker of Fleet House, East Fleet. Formerly of Sherborne, in partnership with Benjamin Chandler (qv). Died 1877. Fleet House, East Fleet, Dorset. (HO107/1857, folio 158: 31)
RAYMOND, Rev. G., Symondsbury £5 5s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Gregory RAYMOND (aged 69). Rector of Symondsbury. Died 1863. Village, Symondsbury, Dorset. (HO107/1861, f429a: 8)
RAYMOND, Miss, Lyme £1 1s. 0d. 13 Jan 1851 Mary Ann Jane RAYMOND (aged 58). Spinster. Landed proprietor of Broad Street, Lyme Regis. Died 1863. Broad Street, Lyme, Dorset. (HO107/1862, f28a: 6)
READ, Mrs. Gould, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Elizabeth READ née Crouch (aged 70), living at Dorchester. Widow of Thomas Gould Read (who died 1835). Aunt of M. C. Weston (qv). Died 1855. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f79b: 19)
REASON, Mrs., Blandford £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Elizabeth REASON (aged 67). Widow. Fundholder of Market Place, Blandford. Died ? Market Place, Blandford, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f263b: 1)
REASON, Mr. W., Weymouth £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Most likely William REASON (aged 35). Fundholder of Christchurch Road, Parkstone. Died 1897. Christchurch Road, Parkstone, Dorset. (HO107/1855, f115a: 4)
REYNOLD, Mr. William, Fordington £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William RAYNOLD (aged 76). Pawnbroker of High Street, Fordington. Died 1861. High Street, Fordington, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f159b: 5)
RICHARDS, Miss, Stoke Wake £1 1s. 0d. 23 Jan 1851 Elizabeth Unity RICHARDS (aged 46). Spinster of Stoke Wake. Sister of Joanna Garland Richards (qv) and sister-in-law of Rev. George Abbott (qv) Died 1895. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on GRO death index)
RICHARDS, Miss J., Stoke Wake £1 1s. 0d. 23 Jan 1851 Joanna Garland RICHARDS (aged 39). Spinster of Stoke Wake. Sister of Elizabeth Unity Richards (qv) and sister-in-law of Rev. George Abbott (qv). Died 1872. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on GRO death index)
RIVERS, Lord, Rushmore Lodge £10 0s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 George PITT-RIVERS (aged 48). 4th Baron Rivers. Joint subscription with his wife, Susan, Lady Rivers (qv). Died 1866. Rushmore Lodge, Berwick St. John, Wiltshire. (HO107/1849, f28b: 27)
RIVERS, Lady, Rushmore Lodge Susan Georgiana PITT-RIVERS née Leveson-Gower (aged 40). Joint subscription with her husband Lord Rivers (qv). Daughter of 1st Earl Granville. Died 1866. Rushmore Lodge, Berwick St. John, Wiltshire. (HO107/1849, f28b: 27)
ROOKE, Rev. F. I., Rampisham £1 1s. 0d. 22 Feb 1851 Frederick John ROOKE (aged 33). Rector of Rampisham. Died 1894. Rectory House, Rampisham, Dorset. (HO107/1860, f39b: 1)
SAMSON, Mrs. Thomas, Kingston Russell £1 1s. 0d. 15 Apr 1851 Hannah James SAMSON (aged 46). Widow of Thomas Samson (who died 1849), a farmer of 924 acres at Kingston Russell in Longbredy. Died 1889. Kingston Russell, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f555b: 1)
SCOTT, Mrs., Winfrith £1 1s. 0d. 17 Jan 1851 Rebecca SCOTT (aged 76). Fundholder of Winfrith Newburgh. Widow of James Scott, esq. (who died 1837). Died 1853. Winfrith, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f569a: 2)
SCOTT, Hon. and Rev. W. H., Maiden Newton £5 5s. 0d. 16 Jan 1851 William Hugh SCOTT (aged 49). Rector of Maiden Newton. Son of 4th Baron Polwarth and son-in-law of Lady Charlotte Hamilton (qv). Died 1868. Rectory, Maiden Newton, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f468b: 28)
SCUTT, Mr. George, Martinstown £1 1s. 0d. 16 Jan 1851 George SCUTT (aged 47). Brewer, insurance agent and farmer of Winterborne St. Martin. Died 1879. Winterborne St. Martin, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f593a: 16)
SERRELL, Sheffield, Esq., Langton Maltravers £1 1s. 0d. 10 Feb 1851 Sheffield SERRELL (aged 36). Magistrate and landowner of Leeson, Langton Matravers. Died 1858. Leesson House, Langton Matravers, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f93b: 5)
SEYMER, Rev. George, Shroton £1 1s. 0d. 28 Jan 1851 George Augustus SEYMER (aged 65). Rector of Iwerne Courtney. Uncle of H. K. Seymer (qv) and Mrs. Harriet Ward (qv), and brother-in-law of Harriet Seymer (qv). Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1861. 4 Great Bedford Street, Walcot, Bath, Somerset. (HO107/1943, f413a: 26)
SEYMER, H. Ker, Esq. M.P., Hanford £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Henry Ker SEYMER (aged 43). MP for Dorset, living at Hanford House, Childe Okeford. Nephew of Rev. George Seymer (qv), son of Harriet Seymer (qv), brother of Mrs. Harriet Ward (qv) and husband of Isabella Seymer (qv). Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1864. 47 Dover Street, St. George Hanover Square, Middlesex. (HO107/1476, f59a: 24)
SEYMER, Mrs. H. Ker, Hanford £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Isabella Helen SEYMER née Webber (aged 32). Wife of Henry Ker Seymer (qv) of Hanford House, Childe Okeford, and daughter-in-law of Harriet Seymer (qv). Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1874. 47 Dover Street, St. George Hanover Square, Middlesex. (HO107/1476, f59a: 24)
SEYMER, Mrs., Child Okeford £2 2s. 0d. 28 Jan 1851 Harriet Ker SEYMER née Beckford (aged 72). Fundholder and annuitant of Child Okeford. Widow of Henry Ker Seymer (who died 1834), sister-in-law of Rev. George Seymer (qv) and mother of Henry Ker Seymer, MP (qv) and Mrs. Harriet WARD (qv). Died 1853. Child Okeford, Dorset. (HO107/1852, f253b: 23)
SHAFTESBURY, the Earl of, St. Giles’s £10 10s. 0d. 20 Feb 1851 Cropley ASHLEY-COOPER (aged 82). 6th Earl of Shaftesbury of St. Giles House, Wimborne. Father of the Hon. Henry Ashley (qv). Died June 1851. Mansion, Wimborne St Giles, Dorset. (HO107/1854, f243b: 19)
SHERIDAN, Mrs. R. B., Frampton £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Marcia Maria SHERIDAN née Grant (aged 30). Wife of R. B. Sheridan (qv). Daughter of Lieut. Gen. Sir Colquhoun Grant. Died 1884. 23 Wilton Place, St George Hanover Square, Middlesex. (HO107/1477, f50a: 30)
SHERIDAN, R. B. Esq. M.P., Frampton £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Richard Brinsley SHERIDAN (aged 42). JP of Frampton House, Frampton. MP for Shaftesbury 1845-52 and Dorchester 1852-68. Husband of Marcia Sheridan (qv). Died 1888. Frampton House, Frampton, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f480b: 1)
SHERREN, Mrs. E. M., Upwey £1 1s. 0d. 17 Feb 1851 Elizabeth Masterman SHERREN (aged 68). Widow. Annuitant of Upwey. Died July 1851. Upwey, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f82b: 13)
SHERREN, Mr. H., Fryer Moigne £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Henry SHERREN. Gentleman of Broadmayne and Friar Mayne in West Knighton. Left a legacy of £50 to Dorset County Hospital. Uncle of James Sherrin (qv). Died February 1851, aged 72. Dead.
SHERREN, Mr. James, jun., Fryer Moigne £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 James SHERRIN (aged 49). Yeoman farmer of Friar Mayne in West Knighton. Left a legacy of £100 to Dorset County Hospital. Nephew of Henry Sherrin (qv). Died 1857. 11 Terrace, Melcombe Regis, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f175a: 18)
SHIRLEY, Rev. A. G., Stinsford £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Arthur George Sewallis SHIRLEY (aged 40). Vicar of Stinsford. In 1853 married Mrs. Mary Jackson (qv). Died 1891. Stinsford Vicarage, Stinsford, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f220a: 18)
SHITTLER, Rev. Robert, Alton £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Robert SHITTLER (aged 58). Vicar of Alton Pancras. Died 1858. Vicarage, Alton Pancras, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f748a: 10)
SIMPSON, Rev. T. H., Marnhull £1 1s. 0d. 8 Jan 1851 Henry Traill SIMPSON (aged 46). Rector of Marnhull. Died 1878. Marnhull, Dorset. (HO107/1852, f14: 20)
SLADE, Mr. Josias, Charminster £1 1s. 0d. 3 May 1851 Josias SLADE (aged 62). Farmer of 70 acres in Charminster, employing 6 labourers. Died 1886. Heningstone House, Charminster, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f401b: 7)
SLADE, Messrs. G. and W., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William SLADE (aged 50). Builder and farmer of High East Street, Dorchester, with 90 acres, employing 4 men, 1 boy, 2 women. Died 1884. High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f21b: 19)
SMITH, J. J. Esq., The Down House £5 5s. 0d. 28 Jan 1851 John James SMITH (aged 50). Magistrate and colonel in the Dorset Militia, of the Down House, Blandford. Son of Sir J. W. Smith, Bart., who subscribed to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1862. Blandford St. Mary, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f362a: 17)
SMITH, Rev. F., Rushton, Blandford £1 1s. 0d. 28 Jan 1851 Francis SMITH (aged 40). Rector of Tarrant Rushton. Died 1852. Tarrant Rushton, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f494b: 11)
SMITH, Rev. R. S., Stafford £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Reginald Southwell SMITH (aged 41). Rector of West Stafford. Died 1895. 17 Camden Place, Walcot, Bath, Somerset. (HO107/1942, f522b: 13)
SOUTHWELL, Rev. Geo., Yetminster £1 1s. 0d. 25 Apr 1851 George SOUTHWELL (died 43). Vicar of Yetminster. Died 1883. Yetminster, Dorset. (HO107/1859, f97a: 14)
SPARKS, William, Esq., Crewkerne £2 2s. 0d. 28 Jan 1851 William SPARKS (aged 40). Attorney and solicitor of East Street, Crewkerne. Died ? East Street, Crewkerne, Somerset. (HO107/1928, f479a: 36)
ST. JOHN, E. W. Esq., Ash Part, Hampshire £1 1s. 0d. 5 May 1851 Edward William ST. JOHN (aged 36). Landed proprietor of Ashe Park and of Church Oakley, both in Hampshire. Husband of Jane St. John (qv). Died 1886. Oakley Cottage, Church Oakley, Hampshire. (HO107/1681, f615a: 14)
ST. JOHN, Mrs. E. W., Ash Part, Hampshire £1 1s. 0d. 5 May 1851 Jane Martha ST. JOHN née Beach (aged 48). Daughter of Michael Hicks Beach and wife of Edward William St. John (qv) of Ashe Park and of Church Oakley, Hampshire. Died 1882. Oakley Cottage, Church Oakley, Hampshire. (HO107/1681, f615a: 14)
ST. JOHN, Rev. H. St. A., Hilton £1 1s. 0d. 23 Jan 1851 Henry St. Andrew ST. JOHN (aged 54). Vicar of Hilton. Died 1874. Vicarage, Hilton, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f36b: 1)
STANDISH, Mr. John, Dorchester* £1 1s. 0d. 25 Mar 1851 John STANDISH (aged 53). Brewer of High East Street, Dorchester. Died 1858. High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f16a: 8)
STANTON, Mr. G. K., Fordington £1 1s. 0d. 1 Feb 1851 George Knight STANTON (aged 38). Partner in William Stanton and Sons, woollen cloth manufacturers, of Loud’s Mills, Fordington. Son of Lyida Stanton (qv). Died 1877. 4 Piazza [hotel], Covent Garden, Middlesex. (HO107/1511, f72a: 32)
STANTON, Mrs., Fordington £1 1s. 0d. 10 Jul 1851 Lydia STANTON (aged 62). Widow of William Stanton, woollen manufacturer of Fordington (who died 1848). Mother of George Knight Stanton (qv). Died 1856. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on burial record)
STEELE, Mr. Edward, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Edward STEELE (aged 33). Linen draper, of High West Street, Dorchester, employing 9 females, 3 boys and 3 men. Died 1890. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f75b: 11)
STEELE, Capt. H. P., Beaminster £1 1s. 0d. 16 Oct 1851 Henry Perin STEELE (aged 55). Royal Navy captain, who had married Anne, daughter of John Ranger Russell of Beaminster. Deputy Lieutenant of Dorset. Retired as RN commander in 1864. Died 1865. 76 Whichcombe Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. (HO107/1973, f194b: 23)
STEIN, John, Esq., Chalmington £2 2s. 0d. 1 Feb 1851 John STEIN (aged 75). Farmer and landed proprietor of Chalmington House, Cattistock, with 100 acres, employing 57 labourers. Died 1854. Chalmington, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f648: 27)
STEWARD, Mrs. Richd., Nottington £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Louisa Henrietta STEWARD (aged 54). Living at Nottington House, Broadway. Widow of Richard Augustus Tucker Steward (who died 1842), a lieutenant-colonel in the Dorset Militia. Died 1858. Nottington House, Radipole, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f135b: 25)
STEWARD, Mrs., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Rebecca STEWARD (aged 80). Annuitant of West Back Street, Dorchester. Died 1859. A spinster – the ‘Mrs.’ is probably an error. West Back Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f65a: 56)
STONE, Joseph, Esq., Dorchester £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Joseph STONE (aged 55). Solicitor of High West Street, Dorchester. Died 1854. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f70b: 1)
STRANGWAYS, Hon. W. F., Abbotsbury Castle £5 5s. 0d. 13 Jan 1851 William Thomas Horner FOX-STRANGEWAYS (aged 55). Half-brother of Lord Ilchester (qv), whom he succeeded as 4th Earl of Ilchester in 1858. Patron of Dorset County Hospital 1858-65. Died 1865. Melbury Sampford, Dorset. (HO107/1860, f14b: 21)
STRONG, The Misses, Clearmount £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Grace STRONG (aged 71). Spinster. Landed proprietor of Clearmount, Rodwell, Wykes Regis. Died 1860. Printed list indicates there was more than one Miss Strong – this is probably an error. Clearmount, Rodwell, Wykes Regis, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f406b: 1)
STUART, Rev. E. L., Houghton, Blandord £2 2s. 0d. 28 Jan 1851 Edmund Luttrell STUART (aged 53). Rector of Winterbourne Houghton. Died 1869. Winterbourne Houghton, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f10a: 12)
STURMINSTER UNION £5 0s. 0d. 17 Sep 1851 Sturminster Poor Law Union with a population of 10,387 and medical relief expenditure in 1851 of £254 8s. 0d.
STURT, H. C. Esq., Critchell £5 5s. 0d. 14 Jan 1851 Henry Charles STURT (aged 55). Living at Critchell House, Moor Critchell. MP for Bridport 1817-20, Dorchester 1830, and Dorset 1835-46. Trustee of Dorset County Hospital 1839-66. Father of Henry Gerald Sturt (qv). Chairman, Board of Guardians, Wimborne and Cranborne Poor Law Union. Subscriber to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51. Died 1866. Critchell House, Moor Critchell, Dorset. (HO107/1854, f6b: 5)
STURT, H. G. Esq. M.P., Critchell £5 5s. 0d. 18 Sep 1851 (£5) and 16 Oct 1851 (5s.) Henry Gerard STURT (aged 25). MP for Dorchester 1847–56 and Dorset 1856–76. Created 1st Baron Alington in 1876. Son of Henry Charles Sturt (qv). Died 1904. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on GRO death index)
STYLE, Mrs. Thomas, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 24 Apr 1851 Hannah STYLE née Fowler (aged 33). Grocer of High East Street, Dorchester, partner in the firm of Style and James, employing 3 assistants and 1 labourer. Daughter of John Fowler, farmer, and widow of Thomas Styles, grocer and druggist. In 1852 married William James, grocer of Dorchester (died 1854) and in 1859 married Edward Steele (qv), draper of Dorchester. Died 1880. High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f16a: 8)
SWINHOE, Col., Dorchester £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Samuel SWINHOE (aged 64). Colonel in the East India Company Service, living at West Walks, Dorchester. Died 1866. West Walks, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f82a: 24)
SYMES, Dr., Bridport £1 1s. 0d. 21 Mar 1851 George SYMES (aged 52). Physician of South Street, Bridport. Died 1879. South Street, Bridport, Dorset. (HO107/1861, f224a: 4)
SYMES, Mr. I., Portisham £1 1s. 0d. 8 Feb 1851 Isaac SYMES (aged 54). Maltster and farmer of 837 acres at Portisham, employing 19 men and 10 boys. Died 1882. Portisham, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f696a: 26)
SYMES, Mr. I. jun., Portisham £1 1s. 0d. 8 Feb 1851 Unable to identify – presumably son of Isaac Symes (qv).
SYMES, Mr. Samuel, Winterborne £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Samuel SYMES (aged 44). Farmer, with James Symes, of 100 acres in Winterborne Abbas, employing 39 labourers. Died 1889. Winterborne Abbas, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f575a: 10)
SYMES, Mr. William, Dewlish £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William SYMES (aged 54). Brewer of Dewlish, with 560 acres, employing 18 labourers. Died ? Dewlish, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f338a: 26)
SYMONDS, Mr. W., Milborne £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William SYMONDS (aged 64). Farmer of Milborne House, Milborne St. Andrew, with 538 acres, employing 27 men. Died 1857. Milborne House, Milborne St. Andrew, Dorset. (HO107/1853, f100a: 16)
TAPP, Miss, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Jane Scott TAPP (aged 59). Spinster. Fundholder of South Street, Dorchester. Sister of William Dennison Tapp, surgeon at Dorset County Hospital 1841-61 and consultant surgeon 1861-68. Died 1879. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f51a: 28)
TATCHELL, J. T. Esq., Sydling £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John Tatchell TATCHELL later Tatchell-Bullen (aged 45). Captain of the Yeomanry, of Court House, Sydling St. Nicholas. Died 1864. Court House, Sydling St. Nicholas, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f619a: 10)
TEMPLER, H. A. Esq., Bridport £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Henry Augustus TEMPLER (aged 37). Solicitor of Bridport, in partnership with James Templer (qv). Died 1874. Mountfield House, Bradpole, Dorset. (HO107/1861, f 405a: 16)
TEMPLER, Rev. J. A., Piddletown £2 2s. 0d. 30 Jan 1851 James Ackland TEMPLER (aged 53). Magistrate and vicar of Piddletown. Died 1866. Piddletown, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f369b: 17)
TEMPLER, James, Esq., Bridport £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 James TEMPLER (aged 44). Solicitor of Bridport, in partnership with Henry Augustus Templer (qv). Died 1858. Rax Lane, Bradpole, Dorset. (HO107/1861, f405b: 17)
TETT, Miss, Langton* £1 1s. 0d. 6 Jan 1851 Either Mary TETT (aged 36) or her younger sister Sarah TETT (23), both spinsters and of independent means, living with their brother-in-law Charles Hussey, farmer of Langton Herring. Died ? Langton Herring, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f631a: 6)
THRESHER, James, Esq., – £1 1s. 0d. 27 Feb 1851 John Hardy THRESHER (aged 67). Farmer of Upwey. Died 1871. Upwey, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f80a: 8)
TIZARD, J. H. Esq., Ashton £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 James Hawkins TIZARD (aged 53). Farmer of 450 acres at Ashton, Winterbourne St. Martin’s, employing 35 labourers. Died 1853. Winterbourne St. Martin’s, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f597a: 24)
TIZARD, Mr. Joseph, Weymouth £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Joseph TIZARD (aged 49). Ship owner and coal merchant, employing 3 men. Living at 51 St. Mary Street, Melcombe Regis, with his business at the Quay, Weymouth. Died 1883. 51 St. Mary Street, Melcombe Regis, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f291b: 17)
TOOZE, J. R. Esq., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John Randolph TOOZE (aged 53). Solicitor of High West Street, Dorchester. Died 1874. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f72b: 5)
TRENOW, Rev. F. J. C., Langton Herring £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Frederick Joseph Cox TRENOW (aged 62). Rector of Langton Herring, living with his relative Mary Ann Bannister (qv). Father-in-law of Rev. George Arden (qv). Died 1855. Langton Herring, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f628b: 2)
TREVES, Mr. William, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 William TREVES (aged 38). Cabinet maker of South Street, Dorchester, employing 13 men. Father of royal surgeon Sir Frederick Treves. Died 1867. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f50b: 27)
TUCKER, William, Esq., Coryton Park £2 2s. 0d. 5 May 1851 William TUCKER (aged 35). JP and landed proprietor of Coryton Park, Kilmington. Died 1855. Coryton Park, Kilmington, DEV. (HO107/1862, f168a: 20)
TURNER, Rev. C., Studland £1 1s. 0d. 14 Jan 1851 Charles Michael TURNER (aged 40). Rector of Studland. Died 1910. Rectory House, Studland, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f16b: 5)
TYNTE, Mrs. C. K. £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Mary Sophia TYNTE née Frome (aged 26). Wife of Charles Kemeys Kemeys Tynte. Died 1864. Not traced. (Age in 1851 based on 1861 census)
URQUHART, Rev. F., Broadmayne £1 1s. 0d. 22 Jun 1851 Frederick URQUHART (aged 50). Rector of Broadmayne. Died 1859. Broadmayne, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f261a: 6)
VENABLES, Rev. J., Buckland Newton £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 James VENABLES. Vicar of Buckland Newton. Father of Rev. J. L. Venables (qv). Died December 1850, aged 71. Subscription paid posthumously. Dead.
VENABLES, Rev. J. L., Buckland Newton £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 James Lewis Walker VENABLES (aged 29). Curate of Plush, son of Rev. James Venables (qv). Died 1852. Otterspool, Aldenham, Watford, HRT. (HO107/1714, f4b: 1)
VIVIAN, Mr. E., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Esau VIVAN (aged 56). Bankers’ clerk of South Street, Dorchester. Died 1853. South Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f57b: 41)
WALDY, Rev. R., Affpuddle £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Richard WALDY (aged 55). Rector of Turnerspuddle and Affpuddle. Died 1868. Parsonage, Affpuddle, Dorset. (HO107/1856, f554b: 7)
WALLIS, John, Esq., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 John WALLIS (aged 63). Retired surgeon of High West Street, Dorchester. Mayor of Dorchester in 1851. Died 1877. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f73a: 6)
WALMESLEY, John, Esq., Dewlish £5 5s. 0d. 9 Jan 1851 John WALMESLEY (aged 75). Landed proprietor, of Dewlish House, Dewlish. Father of Richard Walmesley (qv). Died 1860. Dewlish, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f338a: 26)
WALMESLEY, Richard, Esq., Dewlish* £5 5s. 0d. 8 Feb 1851 Richard WALMESLEY (aged 34). Barrister of Dewlish. Son of John Walmesley (qv) and son-in-law of Mrs. Donaldson (qv) of Littleton House. Died 1893. Dewlish, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f338a: 26)
WARD, Mrs. J., Child Okeford* £1 1s. 0d. 28 Jan 1851 Harriet Marcia WARD née Seymer (aged 42). Fundholder, daughter of Mrs. H. Seymer (qv) with whom she lived at Child Okeford. Widow of Rev. James Duff Ward, rector of Kingston, Hampshire (who died 1831). Sister of Henry Ker Seymer (qv). Died 1864. Child Okeford, Dorset. (HO107/1852, f253b: 23)
WARD, Rev. W. P., Compton Valence £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William Harry Percival WARD (aged 39). Rector of Compton Vallence. Died 1875. The Rectory, Compton Valence, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f539b: 7)
WARREN, Rev. E. P., Cattistock £1 1s. 0d. 17 Feb 1851 Edward Blackburn WARREN (aged 47). Clergyman of Cattistock. Died 1894. Cattistock, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f638a: 6)
WARREN, Rev. Thomas, Tolpuddle £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Thomas WARREN (aged 81). Rector of Tolpuddle. Died November 1851. Tolpuddle, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f313a: 18)
WELD, Edward, Esq., Lulworth £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Edward Joseph WELD (aged 42). Magistrate for Dorset and Hampshire, living at Lulworth Castle. Died 1877. Tavistock House, Tavistock, DEV. (H0107/1893, f584b: 7)
WESTON, M. C. Esq., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 10 Jan 1851 Montague Charles WESTON (aged 39). Solicitor of High West Street, Dorchester. Nephew of Elizabeth Reade (qv). Died 1892. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, folio 79b: 19)
WHITE, Wm. Esq., Up Cerne £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 William WHITE (aged 36). Proprietor of Upcerne House, Upcerne, with approx. 2000 acres. Died 1853. Upcerne House, Upcerne, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f699b: 1)
WHITTLE, Mr. Edward, Toller Fratrum £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Edward WHITTLE (aged 26). Farmer of Toller Fratrum farm house, with 700 acres, employing 40 labourers. Son of Mrs. J. Whittle (qv). Died 1875. Toller Fratrum Farm House, Toller Fratrum, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f531b: 15)
WHITTLE, Mrs. J., Toller Fratrum £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Mary WHITTLE (aged 63). Widow of John Whittle (who died 1845), farmer of Toller Fratrum farm house. Mother of Edward Whittle (qv). Died 1865. Toller Fratrum Farm House, Toller Fratrum, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f531b: 15)
WICKENS, Rev. John, Glanville’s Wootton* £1 1s. 0d. 27 Jan 1851 John WICKENS, M. A. (aged 76). Rector of Glanvilles Wootton and Swyre. Died 1856. Glanville Wootton, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f860b: 3)
WILLIAMS, Herbert, Esq., Stinsford £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Herbert WILLIAMS (aged 43). Banker of Stinsford House, Stinsford. Treasurer of Dorset County Hospital 1841-78. Son of Mrs. William Williams (qv), cousin of Robert Williams (qv) and husband of Martha Williams (qv). Treasurer to Beaminster, Bridport, Cerne and Sturminster Poor Law Unions. Died 1878. Stinsford House, Stinsford, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f220a: 18)
WILLIAMS, Rev. H. B., Bradford Peverell £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Henry Blackstone WILLIAMS (aged 38). Rector of Bradford Peverell. Died 1879. Rectory House, Bradford Peverell, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f428b: 7)
WILLIAMS, Mrs. Herbert, Stinsford £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Martha Maria Finden WILLIAMS née Emery (aged 45). Wife of Herbert Williams (qv) of Stinsford House, Stinsford and daughter-in-law of Mrs. William Williams (qv). Died 1885. Stinsford House, Stinsford, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f220a: 18)
WILLIAMS, Mrs., Bridehead £5 5s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Mary Anne WILLIAMS née Cunningham (aged 36). Wife of Robert Williams (qv). Daughter of Rev. John William Cunningham, vicar of Harrow. Died 1855. Bridehead, Littlebredy, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f565b: 15)
WILLIAMS, R. Esq., Bridehead £10 10s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Robert WILLIAMS (aged 40). Banker and landed proprietor, of Bridehead House, Littlebredy. Son of Robert Williams (who died 1847), one of the hospital founders. MP for Dorchester 1835-41. Trustee of Dorset County Hospital 1847-90. Vice chairman, Board of Guardians, Dorchester Poor Law Union. Died 1890. Bridehead, Littlebredy, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f565b: 15)
WILLIAMS, Mrs. William, Dorchester £2 2s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Anne WILLIAMS née Rashleigh (aged 74). Fundholder of High West Street, Dorchester. Widow of William Williams, banker and MP (who died 1839). Mother of Herbert Williams (qv). Died 1855. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f72a: 4)
WILSON, Rev. John, Holwell Rectory £1 1s. 0d. 26 Apr 1851 John WILSON, M. A. (aged 65). Rector of Holwell. Died 1857. Rectory House, Holwell, Dorset. (HO107/1859, f10a: 12)
WIMBORNE UNION £5 5s. 0d. 28 Apr 1851 Wimborne and Cranborne Poor Law Union with a population of 17,281 and medical relief expenditure in 1851 of £396 19s. 0d. Also subscribed to Salisbury Infirmary 1850-51.
WINFRITH BENEFIT SOCIETY £1 1s. 0d. 6 Mar 1851 Winfrith Friendly Benefit Society, established in 1821, paid out death and sickness benefits to members.
WINCHESTER COLLEGE, Warden and Fellows of £5 5s. 0d. 28 Apr 1851 Winchester College was founded in 1382 and had significant land holdings in Dorset, including the village of Piddletrenthide.
WOOD, E. A. Esq., Osmington £1 1s. 0d. 26 Jul 1851 (£1) and 19 Aug 1851 (1s.) Edward Atkyns WOOD (aged 40). Landed proprietor of Osmington House, Osmington, with 100 acres, employing 13 labourers. Died 1892. Osmington House, Osmington, Dorset. (HO107/1857, f25b: 1)
WOOD, Mr. G. J., Admiston £2 2s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 George James WOOD (aged 43). Landowner and farmer of 700 acres in Athelhampton, employing 50 labourers. Died ? Athelhampstone, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f317b: 1)
WOOD, Mr. John, Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 14 May 1851 John WOOD (aged 70). Retired brazier of High West Street, Dorchester. Uncle of Thomas Wood (qv) and Susan Wood, matron of Dorset County Hospital 1841-47. His brother, George Wood, rector of Holy Trinity Dorchester, was the hospital’s chaplain 1841-47. Died 1855. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f77a: 14)
WOOD, Mr. T., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 28 Apr 1851 Thomas WOOD (aged 50). Tinsman and brazier of High West Street, Dorchester. Nephew of John Wood (qv) and brother of Susan Wood, matron of Dorset County Hospital 1841-47. Died 1857. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f77a: 14)
WRIGHT, Mrs. F. B., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 10 Feb 1851 Sarah Emily WRIGHT née Wynard (aged 80). Landed proprietor of High East Street, Dorchester. Widow of Francis Bowcher Wright (who died 1840). Previously married to Rev. William Bingham. Daughter of General Wynard. Died 1852. High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f12b: 1)
YEARSLEY, Messrs., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Company
YEATMAN, Miss C., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Charlotte YEATMAN (aged 60). Spinster. Annuitant of Trinity Street, Dorchester. Died 1880. Trinity Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, folio 93: 46)
YEATMAN, Rev. H. F., Stock £2 2s. 0d. 15 Jan 1851 Harry Farr YEATMAN (aged 65). Rector of Stock Gaylard. Died 1861. Stock House, Stock Gaylard, Dorset. (HO107/1852, f147: 22)
YEATMAN, Morgan, Esq., Richmond £1 1s. 0d. 4 Jan 1851 Morgan YEATMAN (aged 27). Oporto merchant of Lichfield House, Marshfield Road, Richmond. Died 1872. Lichfield House, Marshfield Road, Richmond, Surrey. (HO107/1605, f275a: 8)
YEATMAN, Miss T. F., Dorchester £1 1s. 0d. 1 Jan 1851 Theophila Farr YEATMAN (aged 67). Spinster. Fundholder of High West Street, Dorchester. Sister of Mary Cooper (qv). Died 1853. High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. (HO107/1858, f79b: 10)