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Louisa Heath Merivale

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Louisa Heath Merivale nee Drury (c1888-1873)

Born the daughter of Joseph Drury, head master of Harrow school

Married John Herman Merivale (1779-1844) the son of John Merivale of Barton Place. See entry in DNB.

1861 Living at Barton Place, Exeter: Louisa H. Merivale (age 73 born Harrow on the Hill), Land and Fundholder. With her three daughters Louisa, Frances and Anna.[1]

1871 Living at Barton Place, Exeter: Louisa H. Merivale (age 83 born Harrow on the Hill), Land and Fundholder. With her three daughters Louisa, Frances and Anna.[2]

1873 May 19th. Died, late of Barton Place, Exeter. Probate to her sons the Very Reverend Charles Merivale of Ely (Dean of Ely) and John Lewis Merivale of Norfolk Square, Mddx.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1871 Census