NameMarian Codd EMPSON
Birth25 Dec 1840, East Indies
Baptism20 Mar 1842, Dinapore, Bengal, India
Death28 Jan 1907, Longueville par Granville, Manche, France
FatherGeorge DEARE (-1870)
Marriage1896, Southampton, England
Notes for Marian Codd EMPSON
A possible entry in the April to June 1934 death index Marian Deare, age 88, Hastings, Sussex, volume 2b, page 64.

A possible entry in the National Probate Calendar
Marian Deare of 4 Stanhope-place St. Leonards-on-Sea widow died 18 June 1934 at 15 Cloudesley-place St. Leonards-on-Sea Probate London 23 August 1934 to National Provincial Bank Limited. Effects 962 pounds 10 shillings 6 pence.
Notes for George Beresford (Spouse 1)
India Select Births and Baptisms
George Beresford Deare, born December 25, 1840, baptism March 20, 1842 at Dinapore, Bengal, India, father George Deare, mother Elizabeth Kemp.

A possible listing in the United Service Magazine January 1858
Half-Yearly Public Examinations at Sandhurst, near Farnborough, Hants.
The usual half-yearly public examinations at the Royal Military College were held on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th of December ...
Prizes awarded as follows
French - Senior Class - Gentleman Cadet George B. Deare

In the 1861 census, Stoke Damerel civil parish, Devonport, Devon, St. Aubyn sub district, Raglan Barracks, 53rd Regiment.
G. B. Deare, unmarried, age 19, Ensign 53rd Reg’t, born East Indies.

Colburn’s United Service Magazine etc.
War Office January 9, 1862
33rd Foot Lieutenant George Beresford Deare, from the 53rd Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Charles Francis Mundy, who exchanges.

United Service Magazine
The Army Gazette, June 14, 1864
33rd Foot Ens. Craven Chas. Goring to be Lieut., by purchase, vice George Beresford Deare, who retires.

London Gazette Jul 7, 1865
West Suffolk Regiment of Militia
Lieutenant George Beresford Deare to be Captain, vice the Marquis of Bristol, promoted. Dated 6th June, 1865.

The London Gazette December 15, 1865
Her Majesty has been graciously pleased to accept the resignation of of the Commission held by Captain George Beresford Deare in the West Suffolk Regiment of Militia. Dated 9th December, 1865.

Hart’s New Army List 1866
4th West India Regt.
G. B. Deare, ensign by purchase vice Biron 21 November 1865
[United service magazine says George Beresford Deare]

The Edinburgh Gazette, November 2, 1866
4th West India Regiment
Ensign George Beresford Deare to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice John james Osborne, deceased. Dated 30 August 1866
[There were 5 promotions, 1 to replace someone killed in action and 2 to replace someone deceased.]

London Gazette 1867
Lieutenant George Beresford Deare from the 4th West India Regiment, Acting Deputy-Assistant Commissary-General, to be Deputy-Assistant Commissary-General. Dated 25th August 1867.

National Archives
Cause number: 1868 S45. Short title: Soutten v Soutten. Documents: Bill only. Plaintiffs: Mary Soutten (wife of defendant Benjamin Soutten) by Charles Clifton Neilson her next friend. Defendants: Benjamin Soutten, Daniel Boys, George Beresford Deare (abroad) and Thomas Hayward Budd.

The New Army List 1873
Control Department Deputy Commissaries, ranking with Captains
George Beresford Deare. first commission rank 25 February 1867, present rank 12 February 1870, station Barbados

Former Commissioned Rank Deputy Assistant Commissary General,
Army List Advertiser 1874
Deputy Commissaries, ranking with Captains
Supernumerary till absorbed retaining the Pay and Privileges of the Rank they held under Former Warrants
pr. G. B. Deare. (rel. rk. 25 Aug [18]67 12 Feb. 70 Barbados

In the Monthly Official Directory of the Aldershot Division March, April, May and other months volumes 1878
Army Service Corps.
Supply Companies
(Orderly Room X Lines S.C. [South Camp])
E Company
Dep.-Com G. B. Deare
[On the same page is a description of the Supply Branch - Provisions, Forage, Fuel and Light, Palliasse Straw, Hospital and Prison Diets. Claims for Allowances in lieu of Fuel, Light Etc. and Gas in Barracks.]

The United Service Magazine
Promotions and Appointments March 1879
Commissariat and Transport Department
Deputy Com. G. B. Deare has been placed on retired pay, on reorganization of the Department, Feb. 10, 1879.

London Gazette, April 22. 1881
Commissariat and Transport Department
Deputy Commissary George Beresford Deare has been permitted to commute his retired pay. Dated 1st April, 1881

In the October to December 1896 marriage index is George Beresford Deare and Marian Codd Empson [a match with the probate] or Bessie Pullen, Southampton district, Hampshire, volume 2c, page 92.

National Probate Calendar
Deare George Beresford of Longueville-par-Granville Manche France died 28 January 1907 Administration (with Will) (Limited) London 22 April 1907 to William Carey Morgan solicitor the attorney of Marian Deare Effects 636 pounds 2 shillings 1 pence.

From Elizabeth Kerchner
George Deare did marry again after Amy's death. Another story is they moved back to England, more specifically, The Isle of White. in their late years.
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