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Name: Stamford Young

Burial Number: 0351

Gender: Male

Occupation: Bank Manager; Major with 39th Middlesex Rifle Volunteer Corps;

Born: 26/04/1843

Died: 10/02/1901

Buried: 18/02/1901

Story

Stamford S. Young was born in Madras in 1843, son of General Francis Young and Rosa Matilda (nee Kingsell). Stamford was one of their 13 children.

General Francis Young, from Wexford, of the Indian Staff Corps, died on January 4 1893 at Marlborough House, Southsea. From a press cutting of the day: “The gallant officer, who had attained to the age of 75, served in the suppression of the mutiny in Bengal in 1857-59, and received the thanks of the Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal for a successful pursuit of a body of Sepoy rebels in Behar in June, 1858.” He received an Indian Mutiny Medal.

Stamford married Marianne Rowlandson, daughter of Major Gen George Rowlandson of the Royal Madras Artillery, and Anne Alexander, on 10 Jan 1868 in Pradesh, India. (Marianne was born on 12 Jul 1843 in India and died on 23 May 1869 in Bimlipatam, India.)

In 1873, Stamford married Edith Whitaker Dowson (born 1844 in Camberwell), in Weybridge. They had a daughter, Edith Mabel, born 1877, and sons, Claude Sheridan, born in 1878, Aubrey Sheridan, born and died in 1880, and Montague Sheridan, born in 1883.

In 1877 he published a book called ‘The Three Rifles’, all about The Snider, The Military Smallbore and The Match Rifle.

In 1881 the family, Stamford, Edith, Mabel, Claude and three House Servants, was living in Wimbledon. In 1891, described as a Retired Banker, Stamford was living in Ealing with his family, with a Governess as well as a Parlourmaid, Cook and Nursemaid. Edith died in 1894, in Wimbledon.
In 1896 he married, in Monaco, Mabel Harriette Daly, who was born in 1866, in Middlesex.

He died in February 1901 at 4 Heene Parade, leaving his considerable estate to Mabel.

Researcher: Liz Lane

The Grave

Photograph of headstone for Stamford Young

Location in Cemetery

Area: NES Row: 6 Plot: 5

Exact Location (what3words): tone.formed.courier

Ashes or Urn: Unknown

Headstone

Description:

No description of the headstone has been added.

Inscription:

In fondest memory of Stamford Sheridan Young son of General Francis Young I.S.C. born April 26th 1843 died February 10th 1901

Further Information

Birth

Name: Stamford Sheridan Young

Gender: Male

Born: 26/04/1843

Town: Penang

County: Unknown

Country: Malaysia

Marriage

Maiden Name: Not applicable

Marriage Date: 10/01/1868

Spouse First Name: Marianne

Spouse Last Name: Rowlandson

Town of Marriage: Vizagapatam

County of Marriage: Unknown

Country of Marriage: India

Marriage Date: 9/1/1873

Spouse First Name: Edith

Spouse Second Name: Whitaker

Spouse Last Name: Dowson

Town of Marriage: Weybridge

County of Marriage: Surrey

Country of Marriage: England

Marriage Date: //1900

Spouse First Name: Mabel

Spouse Second Name: Harriette

Spouse Last Name: Daly

Town of Marriage: Unknown

County of Marriage: Unknown

Country of Marriage: Monaco

Information at Death

Date of Death: 10/02/1901

Cause of death: Unknown

Address line 2: 4

Address line 3: Heene Parade

Town: Worthing

County: Sussex

Country: England

Obituary

No obituary has been entered.

Personal Effects

Money left to others: £19693 10 s 8 d

Current value of effects: Not calculated

Census Information

1881

Living at “Mayfield” Somerset Road, Wimbledon – Stamford aged 37, retired banker. Edith aged 36. Mabel aged 4. Claude aged 3. Plus a nurse, cook and maid

1891

Living at 5 Cleveland Road, Ealing – Stamford aged 47, retired banker. Edith aged 46. Mabel aged 14. Montagu aged 7. Blanche Newby aged 26, governess. Plus a cook and two maids.

1901

Living at 4 Heene Parade, Worthing

Miscellaneous Information

No miscellaneous information is available for this burial record.