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John TORLESSE [1627]
Anna Maria ROBINSON [1628]
Edward WAKEFIELD [1637]
Susannah CRUSH [1638]
(Between 1767/1775-1816)
Rev Charles Martin TORLESSE [1633]
Catherine Gurney WAKEFIELD [1636]

Louisa TORLESSE [1672]


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Louisa TORLESSE [1672]

  • Born: 13 Jan 1828
  • Baptised: 25 Mar 1828, Stoke By Nayland SFK
  • Died: 1 Oct 1851, Stoke By Nayland SFK aged 23

bullet  General Notes:

Louisa died of a fever after helping to fight a fire in Stoke by Nayland.

1st inst., Louisa, second daughter of the Rev C. M. Torlesse, vicar of Stoke by Nayland, aged 23.
Ref: Ipswich Journal 4th October 1851.


bullet  Other Records

1. Louisa Torlesse: Letter to Charles Obins Torlesse her brother, 14 Sep 1839, Stoke By Nayland SFK.
Ref: Bygone Days Page 267 see Books Section.

"We have indeed got a nice little sister, she is very fat, with dark eyes, like Susan's ; she is very good, but when she does cry it is real screaming. Papa and Tatty have the scarlatina ; we have not seen Tatty for a week, she has been in the schoolroom with Jemima, who is very kind to her indeed ; we hope to see her soon now. Poor Packy is dead, he died because he could live no longer, as all his liver was gone. Mamma went into the drawing-room yesterday for the first time. We have taken some very nice walks lately. Cousin Hornidge is staying with us. Emily is gone to Newton with aunt Bridges. I am obliged to you for your letter, and hope you will write to me again before the holidays. Cousin Hornidge, Susan and Henry desire their love to you, Miss Archer also desires her love.
" Believe me, dear Charles, your affectionate sister,

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