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Thomas DARE [4185]
(1733-)
Mary ROSE [4186]
William JULIUS [685]
(1726-1780)
Jane Smith EDWARDS [686]
(1734-1823)
Phocian DARE [772]
(1763-1824)
Louisa Caroline JULIUS [771]
(1763/1764-1845)
George Julius DARE R.N. [1392]
(1807-1856)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Sarah Shrieve PARKE [1412]

George Julius DARE R.N. [1392]

  • Born: 1807, Farnham SRY
  • Christened: 11 Jan 1846, Farnham SRY
  • Marriage (1): Sarah Shrieve PARKE [1412] on 22 Jan 1839 in St Pauls Cape Province South Africa.
  • Died: 22 Sep 1856, Buccleugh Tce Upper Clapton LND aged 49
  • Buried: 29 Sep 1856, Nunhead Cem Linden Grove Upper Clapton LND
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bullet  General Notes:


George was on the Royal Navy list, he resigned and bought a sailing ship the "John Bagshaw", trading to the Far East. He settled in Singapore.

George was an adult when baptised in 1846, this was noted in the register. His cousin Henry Julius was curate at Farnham at that time, register illegible, Henry buried him 10 years later.

Capt George Julius Dare
Lived in Dorset. Source: Note from Brian MacDonald: Captain George Julius Dare R.N.
SOURCE: p 243 History of Hongkong Shanghai Bank, HH King. "Captain George Julius Dare, a well known Singapore resident who died in England in 1856"
An Anecdotal History of Old Times in Singapore:
From the Foundation of the settlement under the honourable the East India Company on February 6th, 1819 to the transfer of the Colonial Office as part of the Colonial Possessions of the Crown on Arpil 1st, 1867. Charles Burton Buckley. Kuala Lumpur, University of Malaya Press, 1965. p. 373 Captain George Julius Dare was a well known Singaporean. He had been a navigating officer, in those days called the master in the Navy, and married at the Cape when on the Station. His grandfather, Mr. Julius, then helped him to build a vessel of his own, and he afterwards built others, trading out to China with three different vessels of his own. In this year he was passing through Singapore, on his way from Bombay to China, and left his wife on shore at a boarding house kept by Mrs. Clarke at the south west corner of North Bridge road and Middle Road, where the baby Julius, who has been mentioned, was born. About two months afterwards Mrs. Dare left in the unfortunate Viscount Melbourne for Macao, with the two children, to join her husband there. Captain Dare sold his vessel for a very handsome price, remitting home the money at the exchange of about six shillings to a dollar! In 1845 he went home, and returned and settled down in Singapore in February 1848. These particulars are found in the evidence he gave in favour of Sir James Brooke, on the famous enquiry related under the year 1854. He commenced business in Singapore as a shipchandler and commission agent in the Square. There were then four shipchandlers' firms, namely, W.S. Duncan, John Steel & Co., Whampoa & Co., and Mr. Dare . . . . . In 1855 Mr. Dare went to England, leaving a man in charge, whose name there is no necessity to mention. He was a very plausible man, with a particularly pleasant manner, but he turned out untrustworthy and ruined the business, as well as his employer. Mr. Dare died in London, 50 years of age in 1856. He had a family of nine children, one of his daughters married Mr. William Ramsay Scott; another Captain C.J. Bolton, very well known and a great favourite in Singapore, who commanded Jardine Matheson & Co.'s crack opium schooner, and when steam came, the Glenartney. He is now living in Essex. Another daughter was married to Mr. Whitworth Allen who was in Singapore and Penang for many years, now retired from business. Another to Mr. Jackson, now Sir Thomas Jackson K.C.M.G., of the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank; and another daughter to Dr. William Hartigan of Hongkong.
SOURCE: Heather McAlister: "Of the Honbi. East India Company"

George Julius Dare
Event year1856
Birth year1806
Age at death 50y
Burial year1856
Burial date29 Sep 1856
Burial placeSt. Giles, Camberwell, Surrey, England
CemeteryNunhead
Street addressBucelengh Terrace
ResidenceUpper Clapton
PlaceCamberwell Surrey England
England Deaths & Burials 1538-1991

Deaths.
Dare. September 22 at his residence, Upper Clapton, deeply regretted, in his 46th year, Capt George Julius Dare, only surviving son of the late Phocian Dare, Esq., Of Northwood Park, near Weymouth, grandson of the late William Julius, Esq., Governor of the island of St Christopher's, and nephew of the late Lord Glencairn, of the Osborne estate, Isle of Wight.
Ref: Hereford Times 27 Sept 1856

Burial Record 9339 - George Julius Dare abode Buccleugh Tce Upper Clapton buried Sept 29 1856 aged 50 yrs buried by H R Julius Curate of Wrecclesham.
Nunhead Cemetery Linden Grove LON
Ref for burial date: http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/Amy_Lloyd_History_p2.htm


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George married Sarah Shrieve PARKE [1412] [MRIN: 446], daughter of William Tollemache PARKE [7719] and Elizabeth BUSCHE [7728], on 22 Jan 1839 in St Pauls Cape Province South Africa. (Sarah Shrieve PARKE [1412] was born in 1817 in Cape Town and died on 10 Sep 1879 in Yokohama Japan.). The cause of her death was cholera.


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