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man Richard Yealland‏, Alternative name: Richard Zealland, William Yealland‎ 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7)
Born ‎22 Sep 1823 Stoke Damerel, Devon, England‎ 1) 4) 8) 9) 10) 2) 11) 12) 13) 14)
Baptised ‎13 Oct 1823 Wesleyan Chapel, Morice Street, Stoke Damerel, Devon, England 12)
Died ‎22 Sep 1899 Victoria Lodge, Hannington Road, Pokesdown, Hampshire, England‎, 76 years, death cause: Heart disease, rheumatism and bronchial asthma 8) 15) 16) 17)
Occupations: ‎1861 24 Broad Street, Portsea, Hampshire, England; Gunner - Royal Navy 4), ‎1871 12 Woodcut Villas, Chelsea Road, Portsea, Hampshire, England; Chief Gunner Rate Active List 1), ‎1881 30 Froddington Road, Portsea, Hampshire, England; Chief Gunner RN (Retired Pensioner) 9), ‎1891 40 Farmer Street, Portsea, Hampshire, England; Retired Seaman RN 2)
Residences: ‎1859 Devonshire Place, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England 18), ‎1871 12 Woodcut Villas, Chelsea Road, Portsea, Hampshire, England 1), ‎1861 24 Broad Street, Portsea, Hampshire, England 4), ‎1881 30 Froddington Road, Portsea, Hampshire, England 9), ‎1891 40 Farmer Street, Portsea, Hampshire, England 2), ‎28 Apr 1864 5 Rutger Place, Plymouth, Devon, England 6), ‎1843 St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands 14)

Military service: Royal, Navy: Ticket Number: 209527 ‎ 11)
Military service: First entry in Navy - Seaman ‎15 Jun 1839 10)
Military service: HMS Druid ‎between 15 Jun and 1 Nov 1839 13)
Military service: HMS Druid: Received China Medal ‎between 7 Nov 1839 and 22 Apr 1843 3) 13)
Military service: HMS Excellent ‎between 17 Jun 1843 and 3 Feb 1845 13)
Military service: HMS St Vincent ‎between 4 Feb and 6 Nov 1845 13)
Military service: 3rd Class Gunner Seniority ‎29 Jan 1847 10) 19)
Military service: HMS Excellent ‎between 28 Jan and 16 Jul 1847 "This officer showed great zeal in fitting out."

HMS Excellent was a training ship for gunnery practice.

From Paul Benyon's Navy Database:

"17 Apr 1847 Gunnery Practice in the British Navy. It is now well known to every person connected with the navy, that our seamen excel all other nations in gunnery practice as much as they have hitherto excelled them in seamanship. The perfection that has been thus attained is owing to the system pursued on board H. M. S. Excellent. at Portsmouth, where both officers and seamen are daily instructed in the practice as well as the theory of naval gunnery. When these seamen and officers are sufficiently skilled in this art, they are drafted on board the newly-commissioned ships as gunnery officers and seamen gunners, where they become the instructors of their shipmates ; and hence the crew of a British man-of-war can fire a broadside or a single gun with greater precision than any foreigner. The accuracy in firing on board the Excellent has been so frequently and satisfactorily tested, that no one who has ever witnessed it can be otherwise than surprised and gratified at its remarkable precision. The utility of this establishment has been so perfectly established that the Lords of the Admiralty are holding out inducements to both seamen and officers to join it in order that the navy may be supplied with experienced gunners skilled in the theoretical as well as the practical knowledge of naval gunnery. - London Paper. Dated 1846."
10) 13) 19)
Military service: HMS Brittomart. Discharged to hospital ‎between 17 Jul and 31 Aug 1847 10) 13) 20)
Military service: HMS Amphitrite ‎between 1 Sep 1847 and 14 Jan 1848 I have great pleasure in testifying to Mr Yellands willingness on all occasions to help & superintend the drilling of the ships company and I recommend him to the notice of any Captain he may have to serve under. Is a zealous & good officer. 10)
Military service: HMS Penelope ‎± Oct 1848 21)
Military service: HMS Dart ‎between 14 Jan 1848 and 14 Jan 1850 "I cannot say too much in praise of the above officer. My Yelland had charge of a watch and I can strongly recommend him to their Lordships for advancements."

From Logs:

"14 Jan 1848 Dart and Philomel detained in a slave felucca, Name Unknown, supposed Wandering Jew, which was sent for adjudication to the Vice-Admiralty Court at Sierra Leone, and sentenced to be condemned. 26 Dec 1849 Proceeds arising due for payment.

Jun-Jul 1848 Off the Slave Coast (Sierra Leone). See the vessel Amphitrite for article from the Morning Chronicle, for 11 Sep 1848.

3 Feb 1849 assembled a squadron off Gallinas [Main river into Sierra Leone], consisting of the Penelope, Favorite, Sealark, Waterwitch, Bonetta, Dart and Pluto. Boats from the squadron with 300 men passed the bar at 7.30. a. m., and landed at Dombocorro, took possession of it, and the neighbouring factories and barracoons...whilst the boats of the Penelope, pushed on to the Solyman factories, and the village of Dreesing, were totally destroyed. Commander Murray also conducted a party to Mineh, and destroyed the factories and barracoons which it contained. On the 4th the three large factories in the vicinity of Dombocorro were destroyed, along with Dombocorro itself, with all its contents, was burnt to the ground, and by sunset, the force had returned to their respective ships, without a single casualty (representing a summary of Commodore Hotham's report on the event)."
10) 22)
Military service: HMS Excellent ‎between 15 Jan and 4 Oct 1850 A sober steady young man with very good ability. 10) 13)
Military service: 2nd Class Gunner Seniority ‎2 Feb 1851 10)
Military service: HMS Excellent (Sea line) ‎between 5 Oct 1850 and 30 Jul 1851 10) 13)
Military service: HMS Centaur ‎between 31 Jul 1851 and 6 May 1854 "I cannot say too much in favour of the zeal and ability of Mr Yelland."

From Ship's Logs:

"30 Aug 1851 Portsmouth

31 Dec 1851 at Monte Video. Flag ship on the South East Coast of South America. R.-Adm. Henderson writing to the Admiralty regarding the exploits of the Locust at Bahia, and her co-operation with the local authorities regarding the slave vessel Relampago, detained by a Brazilian schooner.

13 Sep 1853 probably at Rio de Janeiro.

15 Nov 1853 at Bahia, as flag ship on the Brazil Station. Has lately been employed on the coast cruising between Pernambuco and St. Catherine's.

12 Dec 1853 at Rio de Janeiro.

13 Jan 1854 at Rio de Janeiro."
10) 13)
Military service: 1st Class Gunner Seniority ‎19 Jan 1855 10)
Military service: HMS Excellent ‎between 7 May 1854 and 29 Jan 1855 A very good officer with very good ability. Conducted himself with sobriety and attention to all his duties with which he is thoroughly acquainted. I can recommend him as a most respectable man and valuable officer. 10) 13)
Military service: HMS Orion: received medal for service in Crimea ‎between 30 Jan 1855 and 1 Oct 1857 From Ship's Log:

"3 Jan 1856 Taken into dock at Keyham on Monday last.

4 Feb 1856 Devonport. In Keyham Basin.

9 Feb 1856 Surgn E Newman apptd ; at Devonport.

24 Feb 1856 Devonport. Out for a trial on Thursday.

23 Apr 1856, Present at Fleet Review, Spithead ; Captain JE Erskine.

14 Jul 1857 arrived Havana from Port Royal.

16 Jul 1857 departed Havana for Halifax."
23) 10) 24)
Military service: HMS Ajax Orion ‎between 2 and 13 Oct 1857 Service Certificate 10)
Military service: HMS Excellent ‎between 14 Oct 1857 and 2 Feb 1858 A very good officer good ability 10)
Military service: HMS Marlborough ‎between 3 Feb 1858 and 30 May 1860 "Conducted himself with sobriety & attention to his duties and in every way to my satisfaction"

From ship's logs:

"Feb 1858 Commissioned, Delayed sailing 128 days due to a lack of men.

1860 Flag Ship, Mediterranean, re-rated as 131"
10)
Military service: HMS Marlborough ‎between 31 May 1860 and 22 Mar 1861 "Conducted himself with perfect sobriety, zeal and diligence in his duty. I consider Mr Yelland to be a highly deserving and good officer of much merit and ability well acquainted with every part of his duty."

From ship's log:

"22 Mar 1861 Paid off."
10)
Military service: HMS Illustrious ‎between 23 Mar and 10 Apr 1861 Closing account of Marlborough Service Certificate 10)
Military service: HMS Excellent ‎between 11 and 20 Apr 1861 This HMS Excellent was not the same as the earlier HMS Excellent: it had been replaced by HMS Queen Charlotte. 10)
Military service: HMS Cambridge ‎between 21 Apr and 17 Jun 1861 Sobriety & to my entire satisfaction 10)
Military service: HMS Impregnable ‎between 18 Jun and 31 Dec 1861 With diligence and sobriety and attention & was always obedient to command & consider Mr Yelland to be the most active trustworthy officer I ever sailed with 10) 17)
Military service: HMS Royal Adelaide ‎between 1 Jan 1862 and 1 Nov 1863 "Sobriety is an active and trustworthy officer" 10) 25)
Military service: HMS Royal Adelaide ‎between 2 Nov 1863 and 25 Feb 1864 Diligence, sobriety, & attention and much to my satisfaction Mr Yelland is a most valuable officer 10)
Military service: HMS Royal Adelaide ‎between 26 Feb and 2 Jun 1864 10)
Military service: HMS Cambridge ‎between 3 Jun and 19 Dec 1864 Diligence, attention and sobriety 10)
Military service: Promoted to Chief Gunner ‎6 Feb 1865 26)
Military service: Chief Gunner Seniority ‎1 Jan 1865 10)
Military service: HMS Active ‎between 20 Dec 1864 and 2 May 1866 With sobriety, and has complied with the General Printed Instructions - I find that I cannot speak too highly of Mr Yelland. Obedient both as regards the executive duties of the ship and also in dealing with the men of the Reserve whom he has always managed with good temper and with sobriety, and in every way to the highest approbation. Mr Yelland is a most zealous, attentive officer, and has shown much tact in dealing with the men of the R. N. Reserve. 10)
Military service: HMS Active ‎between 3 May and 8 Oct 1866 10)
Military service: HMS Megaera ‎between 9 Oct and 12 Nov 1866 With sobriety and to my satisfaction 10)
Military service: HMS Hibernia ‎between 8 Feb and 9 Mar 1867 With perfect sobriety, great zeal and attention to his duties, and to my entire satisfaction, I consider him a very efficient and deserving officer. 10)
Military service: HMS Victoria ‎between 11 Mar and 25 May 1867 With sobriety and very satisfactory. Mr Yelland is a very superior Officer. 10)
Military service: HMS Victoria ‎between 26 May and 7 Aug 1867 With sobriety and attention and very much to my satisfaction. 10)
Military service: HMS Excellent ‎between 8 and 14 Aug 1867 Borne to close accounts of "Victoria" 10)
Military service: HMS Excellent ‎between 15 Aug 1867 and 31 Dec 1868 With sobriety and to my satisfaction 10)
Military service: HMS Excellent ‎between 1 Jan and 10 Jun 1869 Sobriety & to my satisfaction 10)
Military service: HMS Asia ‎between 17 Jun and 31 Dec 1869 Sobriety and very satisfactorily, a very valuable and intelligent officer 10)
Military service: HMS Asia ‎between 1 Jan 1870 and 31 Dec 1871 "Sobriety and with much zeal and ability in discharge of the very responsible duties of Chief Gunner of the Reserve"

From ship's log:

"1870 Guard Ship of Steam Reserve, Flag Ship of the Admiral Superintendent of Dockyard, Portsmouth

9 Feb 1871, 2 cases of smallpox have been reported and sent to RNH Haslar. It turns out that one man probably contracted the illness whilst on leave and the other, having just entered the service, probably prior to entry."
10)
Military service: HMS Asia ‎between 1 Jan and 3 Oct 1872 Sobriety and most satisfactory, attention to his duties which were most efficiently performed 10) 27)
Military service: HMS Excellent ‎between 4 Oct 1872 and 20 May 1874 Sobriety - Mr Yelland has performed his duty as Chief Gunner of the Excellent with attention and judgement 10) 28)
Military service: HMS Excellent ‎between 21 May 1874 and 26 Sep 1875 Sobriety and very satisfactorily 10) 28)
Military service: HMS Duke of Wellington: Additionally, recruting officer ‎between 27 Sep 1875 and 16 Sep 1878 10) 28) 29)
Military service: Greenwich Hospital Pensioner ‎between 12 Dec 1885 and 22 Sep 1889 30) 30) 30) 31) 31) 31) 32) 32) 32) 33) 33) 33)
Probate: ‎11 Nov 1899 Winchester, Hampshire, England 16) 34)


Notes: Richard remarried on the 5th August 1876 to Elizabeth Jane Hewett. They had one son; James Richard Yealland (1878-1900).

He was described by his 1845 Mariner's Register Ticket #289,527 as Richard Yealland alias William Yealand (sic) age 20 years & 8 months, 5'5", fresh complexion, grey eyes and dark hair. Same sheet also says 5" 6.25" and dark complexion.

He was on HMS Druid from 1839 to 1843 during the war with China and the founding of Hong Kong. He also visited the East Indies during this period and was stationed in West Africa whilst aboard HMS Amphitrite and HMS Dart between the 1st September 1847 and the 30th Novermber 1849. During parts of the 1850's he was then stationed in South America & West Indies. Whilst serving aboard HMS Amphtrite and HMS Dart his activities were related to to the supression of the slave trade. Records show that Richard was on his way to join the HMS Penelope (but doesn't appear to have reached the vessel) prior to a treaty abolishing the export of slaves which was signed on the Penelope, the 1 January 1852.

On the 20th November 1851 Robert Jenner, Commander of HMS Centaur wrote a glowing recommendation letter in Montevideo to Richard Yealland. The letter details his full naval service starting in May 1838 and lists over 10 ships which were stationed in numerous locations including; Devonport, the West Coast of Africa, Brazil, the Baltic the West Indies, the Mediterranean, Sunderland and Malta.

His son Richard's birth certificate mentions that Richard lived at Devonshire Place, Southsea in 1858.

His will was made on the 29th June 1898; 15 months before his death on the 22nd September 1899.

Married ‎30 May 1843 St. Saviour, Jersey, Channel Islands 14) 20) 19) 22) (31 years married)
to:

woman Rachel Saunders‏‎ 1) 4) 6)
Born ‎5 Jun 1821 Coombe Street-Independent, Lyme Regis, Dorset, England‎ 1) 4) 35) 36) 37) 14) 38)
Baptised ‎15 Jun 1821 Coombe Street-Independent, Lyme Regis, Dorset, England 37)
Died ‎1 May 1875 Woodcut Villas, Portsea, Hampshire, England‎, 53 years 39) 36)
Occupations: ‎1841 St. Saviour, Jersey, Channel Islands; Female Servant 38), ‎1851 3 Devonshire Place, Portsea, Hampshire, England; Royal Navy Gunner's Wife 35)
Residences: ‎1841 St. Saviour, Jersey, Channel Islands 38), ‎between 1871 and 1875 12 Woodcut Villas, Chelsea Road, Portsea, Hampshire, England 1) 39), ‎1861 24 Broad Street, Portsea, Hampshire, England 4), ‎28 Apr 1864 5 Rutger Place, Plymouth, Devon, England 6), ‎1843 St. Peter, Jersey, Channel Islands 14), ‎1847 4 Roberts Lane, Gosport, Hampshire, England 19), ‎between 1847 and 1848 3 Holmans Buildings, Devonport, Devon, England 20) 22) 21)

Will signed: ‎15 Oct 1880 London, England 39)

Children:

1.
man Richard Joseph Yealland‏‎
Born ‎31 Aug 1844 Gosport, Hampshire, England
Died ‎1917 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England‎, 72 or 73 years
2.
man William George Yealland‏‎
Born ‎15 Sep 1850 Southsea, Hampshire, England
Died ‎27 Dec 1878 Portsea, Hampshire, England‎, 28 years
3.
woman Rachel Saunders Yealland‏ 40) 41) 42)
Born ‎17 Apr 1852 Southsea, Hampshire, England‎ 1) 4) 40) 43) 44) 45) 6) 41) 7)
Baptised ‎28 Apr 1864 St Peters, Plymouth, Devon, England 6)
Died ‎21 Aug 1921 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England‎, 69 years 45)
Occupations: ‎1861 24 Broad Street, Portsea, Hampshire, England; Scholar 4), ‎1871 12 Woodcut Villas, Chelsea Road, Portsea, Hampshire, England; Domestic duties at home 1), ‎1881 30 Forbury Road, Portsea, Hampshire, England; Domestic 41), ‎1891 4 Cottage Grove, Portsea, Hampshire, England; Lodgings Housekeeper 40), ‎2 Apr 1911 3 Seafield Terrace, Copnor, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England; House Duties 44)
Residences: ‎1861 24 Broad Street, Portsea, Hampshire, England 4), ‎1871 12 Woodcut Villas, Chelsea Road, Portsea, Hampshire, England 1), ‎1881 30 Forbury Road, Portsea, Hampshire, England 41), ‎1891 4 Cottage Grove, Portsea, Hampshire, England 40), ‎2 Apr 1911 3 Seafield Terrace, Copnor, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England 44), ‎28 Apr 1864 5 Rutger Place, Plymouth, Devon, England 6)


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Yealland, Rachel Saunders


Notes: Rachel's first marriage was witnessed by Elizabeth Clara Yealland, her sister, and Richard Yealland, her father.

Rachel remarried on the 31st March 1896 after George Barnden's death, to widower George Harris, a blacksmith in Portsmouth dockyard.

Extensive searching has found neither Rachel Harris nor George Harris on the 1901 census.
4.
woman Elizabeth Clara Yealland‏‎
Born ‎5 Jan 1855 Southsea, Hampshire, England
Died ‎13 Mar 1939 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England‎, 84 years
5.
man Leonard Dudman Yealland‏‎
Born ‎15 Sep 1856 Southsea, Hampshire, England
Died ‎1857 Southsea, Hampshire, England‎, 0 or 1 years
6.
man John Hambling Yealland‏‎
Born ‎7 Jul 1858 Southsea, Hampshire, England
Died ‎30 Sep 1900 Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia‎, 42 years
7.
man George Yealland‏‎
Born ‎± 1866 Devonport, Devon, England‎

Sources

1) Source: 1871 England Census Record for Richard Yealland. Reference: Database online. Class: RG10; Piece: 1147; Folio: 16; Page: 26; GSU roll: 827789. (Data from direct source)
2) Source: 1891 England Census Record for Richard Zeallond. Reference: Database online. Class: RG12; Piece: 867; Folio 134; Page 11; GSU roll: 6095977. (Data from direct source)
3) Source: UK, Naval Medal and Award Rolls, 1793-1972 Record for Wm Yealland. Reference: Class: ADM 171; Piece: 6. (Data from direct source)
4) Source: 1861 England Census Record for Richard Yealland. Reference: Database online. Class: RG9; Piece: 642; Folio: 87; Page: 31; GSU roll: 542676. (Data from direct source)
5) Source: Hampshire Telegraph Barnden-Zealland-On the 17th inst., at the Parish Church, Milton, Portsmouth, George, youngest son of the late Mr. Henry Barnden, of St. Leonard's to Rachel Saunders, eldest surviving daughter of Mr. Richard Zealland, R.N., of Southsea.. Reference: Saturday 27 September 1873, page 7. (Data from secondary evidence)
6) Source: Plymouth and West Devon Parish Registers Record for Rachel Saunders Yealland. Reference: Saint Peter, Plymouth; 1864 (Data from direct source)
7) Source: Hampshire, Portsmouth Baptisms George Barnden marriage to Rachel Saunders Yealland. Reference: Milton marriages (Data from direct source)
8) Source: England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1837-1915 Record for Richard Yealland. Reference: Database online. (Questionable reliability of evidence)
9) Source: 1881 England Census Record for Richard Yelland. Reference: Database online. Class: RG11; Piece: 1161; Folio: 5; Page: 3; GSU roll: 1341284. (Data from secondary evidence)
10) Source: Admiralty: Officers' Service Records (Series III) Record for Richard Yealland. Reference: ADM 196/167 (Data from direct source)
11) Source: Registry of Shipping and Seamen: Alphabetical Index to Registers of Seamen's Tickets. Reference: BT 114/22, piece 2 (Data from secondary evidence)
12) Source: General Register Office: Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths surrendered to the Non-parochial Registers Commissions of 1837 and 1857 Record for Richard Yealand. Reference: RG4/865: Register of Births and Baptisms at the Wesleyan Chapel of Morice Street, Millbrook, Devonport, Devon from 1817 to 1837 (Data from direct source)
13) Source: Admiralty: Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Coastguard and related services: Officers' and Ratings' Service Records (Series II) Covers Richard Yealland's first 15 years of service: HMS Druid to HMS Excellent.. Reference: ADM 29/85: Admiralty and Greenwich: warrant officers and ratings, 1875 May-1885 Jan. (Data from secondary evidence)
14) Source: Jersey, Church of England Marriages, 1754-1940 Record for Richard Yealland. External Link. Reference: Jersey Heritage; St Helier, Jersery; Jersey Parish Registers; Reference Number: G/C/09/A3/3 (Data from secondary evidence)
15) Source: Glasgow Herald "The Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty have awarded the Greenwich Hospital Pension of £35 a year, vacant in consequence of the death of Richard Yealland, to Robert B. Ayes, pensioned Chief Gunner R.N.". Reference: 21 December 1899, page 8 (Questionable reliability of evidence)
16) Source: England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995 Yealland Richard of Victoria-lodge Hannington-road Pokesdown Hants retired chief-gunner in the Royal Navy died 22 September 1899. Probate Winchester 11 November to Elizabeth Jane Yealland widow and Richard Joseph Yealland chief-engineer in the mercantile-marine. Effects £489 17s. Reference: Database online. (Data from secondary evidence)
17) Source: Admiralty: Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Coastguard and related services: Officers' and Ratings' Service Records (Series II) Record for Richard Yealland on HMS Impregnable.. Reference: ADM 29/122: Warrant officers' and engineers' succession book; 1854-61. (Data from direct source)
18) Source: UK, City and County Directories, 1766 - 1946 Record for Richard Yelland. Reference: 1859 White´s Directory Hampshire and Isle of Wight (Data from direct source)
19) Source: Navy Board, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Registers of Allotments and Allotment Declarations HMS Excellent; 1847. Record for Richard Yealland. Reference: ADM 27/98 (Data from secondary evidence)
20) Source: Navy Board, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Registers of Allotments and Allotment Declarations HMS Britomart 1847 - Allotment declaration for Richard Yealland naming his wife Rachael. Reference: ADM 27/100 (Data from direct source)
21) Source: Navy Board, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Registers of Allotments and Allotment Declarations HMS Penelope, 1848, allotment for Richard Yealland. Reference: ADM 27/101 (Data from direct source)
22) Source: Navy Board, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Registers of Allotments and Allotment Declarations HMS Dart, 1848, Allotment declaration for Richard Yealland. Reference: ADM 27/119 (Data from direct source)
23) Source: UK, Naval Medal and Award Rolls, 1793-1972 Record for R Yealland. Reference: Database online. (Data from direct source)
24) Source: Admiralty: Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Coastguard and related services: Officers' and Ratings' Service Records (Series II) Record covering Richard Yealland's service on HMS Orion. Reference: ADM 29/122: Warrant officers' and engineers' succession book; 1854-61. (Data from direct source)
25) Source: Admiralty: Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Coastguard and related services: Officers' and Ratings' Service Records (Series II) Record for Richard Yealland on HMS Royal Adelaide.. Reference: ADM 29/122: Warrant officers' and engineers' succession book; 1854-61. (Data from secondary evidence)
26) Source: The London Gazette "To be chief gunner in her majesty's fleet.Mr. Richard Yealland". Reference: Issue number: 22937; February 1865; pages 591, 592. (Data from direct source)
27) Source: Admiralty: Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Coastguard and related services: Officers' and Ratings' Service Records (Series II) Record covering Richard Yealland's service on HMS Asia. Reference: ADM 29/125; Warrant officers' succession book; 1872-1882. (Data from direct source)
28) Source: Admiralty: Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Coastguard and related services: Officers' and Ratings' Service Records (Series II) Record covers Richard Yealland's service on HMS Excellent. Reference: ADM 29/125; Warrant officers' succession book; 1872-1882. (Data from direct source)
29) Source: Admiralty: Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Coastguard and related services: Officers' and Ratings' Service Records (Series II) Record covering Richard Yealland's service on HMS Duke of Wellington. Reference: ADM 29/125; Warrant officers' succession book; 1872-1882. (Data from direct source)
30) Source: UK, Navy Lists, 1888-1970 Record for Richard Yealland. Reference: 1888 Navy List (Data from secondary evidence)
31) Source: UK, Navy Lists, 1888-1970 Record for Richard Yealland. Reference: 1890 Navy List (Data from secondary evidence)
32) Source: UK, Navy Lists, 1888-1970 Record for Richard Yealland. Reference: 1894 Navy List (Data from secondary evidence)
33) Source: UK, Navy Lists, 1888-1970 Record for Richard Yealland. Reference: 1898 Navy List (Data from secondary evidence)
34) Source: Register of wills proved in Winchester Probate District Registered copy will of Richard Yealland of Victoria Lodge, Hannington Road, Pokesdown, retired chief gunner in the Royal NavyDate: 1899. Reference: 5M62/29 page 543 (Data from direct source)
35) Source: 1851 England Census Record for Rachel Yealland. Reference: Database online. Class: HO107; Piece: 1659; Folio: 263; Page: 13; GSU roll: 193565-193566. (Data from secondary evidence)
36) Source: England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1837-1915 Record for Rachel Yealland. Reference: Database online. (Questionable reliability of evidence)
37) Source: General Register Office: Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths surrendered to the Non-parochial Registers Commissions of 1837 and 1857 Rachel, daughter of Clara and William Sanders born June 5th & baptized June 15th 1821. By the Rev. J. Gleed. Reference: RG 4/462: DORSET: Lyme Regis, Coombe Street (Independent): Births & Baptisms (Data from direct source)
38) Source: 1841 Channel Islands Census Record for Rachel Sanders. External Link. Reference: Class: HO107; Piece: 1462; Book: 7; Civil Parish: St Saviour; County: Jersey; Enumeration District: 4; Folio: 54; Page: 16; Line: 10; GSU roll: 464354 (Data from secondary evidence)
39) Source: England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995 Record for Rachel Yealland. Reference: Database online. (Data from secondary evidence)
40) Source: 1891 England Census Record for Rachel Branden. Reference: Database online. Class: RG12; Piece: 872; Folio 109; Page 30; GSU roll: 6095982. (Data from direct source)
41) Source: 1881 England Census Record for George Barnden. Reference: Database online. Class: RG11; Piece: 1156; Folio: 86; Page: 49; GSU roll: 1341283. (Data from direct source)
42) Source: Hampshire, Portsmouth Baptisms Frances Elizabeth baptised 2 June 1878, to George and Rachel Saunders Barnden, residents of Southsea. George identified as insurance superintendent. Reference: Portsea baptisms (Data from direct source)
43) Source: England & Wales, Civil Registration Birth Index, 1837-1915 Record for Rachel Saunders Yealland. Reference: Database online. (Questionable reliability of evidence)
44) Source: 1911 England Census Record for Rachel S Harris. Reference: Database online. (Data from secondary evidence)
45) Source: England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1916-2007 Record for Rachael S Harris. Reference: Database online. (Questionable reliability of evidence)