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Admitted pensioner Trinity College, Cambridge, 13 June 1845; matric. He died of consumption at Tenby, Pembrokeshire, 20 August 1857 [GM 1857 ii 468; GRO indexes]. Caroline 'Aylife' Harriot Dalton Prytherch, born at Carmarthen, 9 November 1828 and baptised at St Peter, Carmarthen,16 December 1828 [BTs, Entry 429].
Aged 12, 1841 ('Eylife') [Census]; at home, 1851 [Census]; executrix to father, 1855.
Aged 7, 1841 [Census]; scholar at home, 1851 [Census]; named in will of father, 1854; of 14 Upper Brunswick Street, Hackney, Middlesex, Member Royal College of Surgeons, 1871 [RG10/326-132-33]. She was born 1837-8 [1871 Census]; of 4 Holly Villas, Clapton Square, Hackney, administratrix to husband, 1888. Frances ('Fanny') Sarah Dalton Prytherch, born at Carmarthen, 13 April 1835 and baptised at St Peter Carmarthen, [BTs, Entry 1118].
Margaret Burr is generally said to have been born in 1728 but Frederick, Prince of Wales, did not come to England until December 1728.He died at Monmouth, Monmouthshire, 12 November 1874 [PPR Calendar], aged 30.His will as of Monmouth dated 1 October 1874 proved 24 June 1876 [PPR folio 508, Under £1,500]. (London) 1905; of Cochwillan, Denbigh; he died 14 January 1931; administration (with will) granted to sister Irene, (£4,267-18-9).He had married in Carmarthen RD, December Quarter 1862, Margaretta Williams. They had issue a son and daughter [information from John Daniel Prytherch]. John Dalton Prytherch, born at Carmarthen, 21 January 1844 [BLG] and baptised at St Peter, Carmarthen, 26 February 1844 [BTs, Entry 231].Scholar at home, 1851 [Census]; named in will of father, 1854; with mother, unmarried, mariner, 1871 [Census].
He died at Victoria Lodging House, Westport, Edinburgh, 15 August 1885.