George Frederick Noble WELLINGTON has a memorial in one of the beautiful stained glass windows of South Petherton Church, Somerset, England.
Mary Wellington, wife of FGN Wellington, entered into rest June 6 1884, aged 62. Monument at South Petherton church:, Somerset, England
Jane Penelope WELLINGTON (1818-1896) was born in Yeovil, Somerset. Jane married William Henry SUTTON in 1842.
George Edwards WELLINGTON (1807-1843) a chemist and druggist was only 36 years old when he died of a heart attack. [Yeovil Parish Church of St John the Baptist / West Wall of South Aisle] His brother William Edwards WELLINGTON (1830-1850) also died at the age of 36 years. William died of consumption (pulmonary tuberculosis).
The stonemason has wrongly carved “1849” into the marble memorial to George WELLINGTON (1781-1847) [Yeovil Parish Church of St John the Baptist / West Wall of South Aisle]. George was a chemist and druggist, assistant overseer of the poor and a former town portreeve in Yeovil, Somerset. He definitely died in November 1847, I have his death certificate and an account of the coronial enquiry into his death – he was “found drowned”. Watch this blog for the full story.
Frederick George Noble WELLINGTON (1824-1887). Chemist of South Petherton, Somerset, England
Believed to be George Wellington (1781-1847), Chemist of Yeovil, Somerset England.
Jane Penelope Sutton (nee Wellington), Circa 1885-1890.
Lucy Wellington (1826-1889), circa 1840 (aged 14).
Rebecca Wellington (1834-1885), circa 1840 (aged about 6).
Susanah Wellington (1819-1835), circa 1825, (aged 5).
Monumental Inscription, Yeovil Parish Church of St John the Baptist, Obelisk on Plinth (Inscriptions very worn). West panel: This monument was erected by James Tally Vining, of this town in memory of his wife, Mary Webb Vining, daughter of George Wellington, of this town. She died 21 August 1842, aged 33 years. In the same vault are deposited the remains of Mary Matilda and William Richard, the infant children of James Tally and Mary Wellington.