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"The Godolphins" by    Brig. Gen. Frank Graham Marsh (1875 - 1957)

"Posthumous Sermons of Richard Chaloner Cobbe 1793";

 his "1759 Sermon to the Irish House of Commons"

"Julia St. Helen ..... " a novel by Sarah Cobbe (nee Burslem) (1800);

"The Wedgwood Family......" by J. C. Wedgwood.
St. Catherine Press c1890 or 1910

Illustrated London News
Saturday 25th January 1879

Copyright Free Images Of

HMS Colossus (1789-1790),       HMS Niger (1790-1793),   HMS Captain (1793-1795),   HMS Dido (1795-1797),
HMS Ville de Paris (1797),   HMS Excellent (1797),
&
HMS St. George (1797 - )
The Last Vessel that Lt. Charles Cobbe RN (1779 - 1798?) Was Known To Have Sailed On

Any information on Philip Thomas Wyatt, Candy Store owner, Buffalo, Erie, New York (c1839 UK - before 1920 Buffalo)
His wife Flora Sophia Wyatt (nee Burslem) (1847 England - Before 1900 in Buffalo) - The 1890 Buffalo Census was destroyed in a warehouse fire.

And, their children,
Malvin S. (1867- ), Philip J. H. Wyatt (1868 - ), Harry Wyatt (1869 - ), Lilian Fanny Cora Wyatt (1873 - before 1930) - Mrs Lilian Kingman of Mulberry St, Buffalo, New York - born in England
and
Sidney Rollo Gillespie Wyatt (1876 - ), born in Guelph, Wellington, Ontario, Canada

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