Author Topic: Hermenegildo Severo Alberto Bonorino Frías 1850-1913  (Read 2583 times)

Offline Sam Swift

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Re: Hermenegildo Severo Alberto Bonorino Frías 1850-1913
« Reply #27 on: Saturday 18 April 20 11:18 BST (UK) »
He was Born 21 Nov 1849 and Baptised 5 Jan 1850. He was originally baptised Hermenegildo Severo at Nuestra Señora de La Merced, City of Buenos Aires. On 17 feb a note was added stating the name Alberto was added (overlooked by the owner of teh tree on  teh site, who has 2 listings as if they are 2 seperate individuals). His parents and grandparents are named.

Here he is on the 1855 Argentine Census on LDS site https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MW3B-CJT

He is on the Argentine 1895 census, in Buenos Aires, married but on his own and occupation businessman (his surname is incorrectly transcribed as Banorino on LDS site) https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MWWZ-VL3

His marriage in 1912 when he was sixty two and supposedly widowed, to Maria Aristimuno Udaondo of Uruguay aged 50
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V68H-LTS

There is also a tree with contact info to preseumably descendants of someone in the family tree on LDS site.

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Re: Hermenegildo Severo Alberto Bonorino Frías 1850-1913
« Reply #28 on: Saturday 18 April 20 23:05 BST (UK) »
Hi Sam,
Thank you for this information.
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Paul Williams
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Re: Hermenegildo Severo Alberto Bonorino Frías 1850-1913
« Reply #29 on: Sunday 02 May 21 17:50 BST (UK) »
Ahhhh now Ada Maria Goad was an exceptional woman, divorced her first husband for incest with her sister, so destroying his career in the British Indian army, and her second for beating her up, even though he was a barrister! But in those days they were the only two reasons a woman could bring a divorce action, husbands being unfaithful was not a reason, although a wife being unfaithful was grounds for a divorce. A very wealthy woman from a very extraordinary family, her brother was the inspiration for Rudyard Kipling’s stories about a detective. All I know about your chap was that he was an importer of leather. Thank you for the info that he married again I hadn’t followed her third marriage


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Re: Hermenegildo Severo Alberto Bonorino Frías 1850-1913
« Reply #30 on: Wednesday 05 May 21 01:02 BST (UK) »
Hi Janet,
Thank you for the additional information.
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Paul Williams
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Re: Hermenegildo Severo Alberto Bonorino Frías 1850-1913
« Reply #31 on: Wednesday 05 May 21 01:11 BST (UK) »
Hi All,
From
THE LONDON GAZETTE, 7 APRIL, 1950 1749

SAMUEL GOAD, Deceased.
'BY Order of the Chancery Division of the High
Court of Justice dated 3rd October, 1945, and made
in an Action in the Matter of the Estate of Samuel
Goad, deceased {late of 35 Vicarage Road, Hastings
in the county of Sussex who died on 7th (December,
1943) Blattman v. Colyer 1945. G.330 the following
Enquiry was directed viz.: —
1. An (Enquiry (a) what nephews and nieces of the
whole or half blood of the above named Testator
Samuel Goad survived him and whether they are all
now living or if any of them are dead when they
respectively died and who are their respective personal
 representatives and (6) what nephews and
nieces of the whole or half blood of the said
Testator predeceased him leaving any and what child
or children who survived the Testator and when such
child or-.children were born and whether they are
all now living or if any of them are dead when they
respectively died and if they died having attained
the age of 21 years who are their respective personal
representatives.
Notice -is hereby given, that all persons claiming
to be entitled under the said Enquiry are to send by
post prepaid to Mr. Percy Ernest William Walker
of Robertson Chambers, The Memorial, Hastings,
Sussex, so as to reach that address on or before
5th June, 1950, their full names addresses and
descriptions and full particulars of their claims or in
default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit
of the said Order unless the Court or Judge on
application otherwise orders.
Dated this 3rd day of April, 1950.
M. G. WIJJLMOTT, Master.
-HENRY BOUSTRED and 'SONS, 115, Moorgate, London, E.C.2; Agents for
•PERCY WALKER and CO., Hastings, Sussex,
Solicitors for the tExecutoi; of above named
Testator.
NOTE.—Among those interested are any children
or grandchildren of Ada Maria Goad believed to
have thrice married firstly to Captain John Edward
Webber in 1863 and thirdly to Bonino de Frias. Her
daughter Eveline Julia Webber and a granddaughter
Winnifred Mary Webber born 1889 are particularly
sought.
(399)

Kind Regards
Paul Williams
Looking for Williams (Merthyr) and (Briton Ferry), as well as Abraham (Abercanaid)and Gerrard (Dorset and London)