Descendants of John Hinman
Generation No. 1
1. JOHN1 HINMAN was born in Barrow, Rutland, and died February 1680/81.
He married MARY.
Children of JOHN HINMAN and MARY are:
i. FRANCIS2 HINMAN.
ii. ANNE HINMAN, b. Abt. 1667.
iii. MARY HINMAN, b. Abt. 1666.
iv. ELIZABETH HINMAN, b. Abt. 1665.
2. v. JOHN HINMAN, b. Abt. 1662.
Generation No. 2
2. JOHN2 HINMAN (JOHN1) was born Abt. 1662. He married ANNE Abt. 1688 in Teigh, Rutland.
Children of JOHN HINMAN and ANNE are:
i. ANN3 HINMAN, d. 1695, Teigh, Rutland.
ii. JANE HINMAN.
JOHN HINMAN, b. Abt. 1689, Teigh, Rutland; d. 1749, Teigh, Rutland.
iv. ELLEN HINMAN, b. Abt. 1691; m. CHARLES WRIGHT, 1707, Teigh, Rutland.
4. v. THOMAS HINMAN, b. Abt. 1694, Teigh, Rutland.
vi. ELIZABETH HINMAN, b. Abt. 1696, Teigh, Rutland; d. 6
March 1696/97, Teigh, Rutland.
Died of smallllpox.
Generation No. 3
3. JOHN3 HINMAN (JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1689 in Teigh, Rutland,
and died 1749 in Teigh, Rutland. He married JANE Abt. 1716 in
Children of JOHN HINMAN and JANE are:
i. JOHN4 HINMAN.
ii. JOHN HINMAN.
THOMAS HINMAN, b. Abt. 1720.
FRANCIS HINMAN, b. Abt. 1722; d. 1790.
v. ELIZABETH HINMAN, b. Abt. 1725.
WRIGHT HINMAN, b. Abt. 1728; d. 1761.
vii. JANE HINMAN, b. Abt. 1730; m. ALFRED BISHOP HINMAN.
4. THOMAS3 HINMAN (JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1694 in Teigh, Rutland. He married MARY.
Notes for THOMAS HINMAN:
He was church Warden from 1714-1736.
Children of THOMAS HINMAN and MARY are:
i. MARY4 HINMAN, b. Abt. 1726; d. 1729.
ii. JOHN HINMAN, b. Abt. 1730.
Generation No. 4
5. THOMAS4 HINMAN (JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1720. He married JOAN PICK.
Notes for THOMAS HINMAN:
Child of THOMAS HINMAN and JOAN PICK is:
i. ANNE5 HINMAN.
6. FRANCIS4 HINMAN (JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1722, and died 1790. He married JANE WING 6 May 1755 in Teigh, Rutland.
Children of FRANCIS HINMAN and JANE WING are:
i. ALFRED5 HINMAN.
8. ii. JANE HINMAN.
iii. ANN HINMAN, b. Abt. 1756; d. 1756; m. EDWARD HINMAN.
JOHN HINMAN, b. Abt. 1758; d. 1821, Teigh, Rutland.
v. FRANCES HINMAN, b. Abt. 1759.
vi. FRANCIS HINMAN, b. Abt. 1761; m. JANE.
vii. RICHARD HINMAN, b. Abt. 1763; d. 1764.
7. WRIGHT4 HINMAN (JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1728, and died 1761. He married ELIZABETH KEMP.
Notes for WRIGHT HINMAN:
Lived in Clypsham when he died.
Child of WRIGHT HINMAN and ELIZABETH KEMP is:
i. JANE5 HINMAN.
Generation No. 5
8. JANE5 HINMAN (FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1).
She married THOMAS WRIGHT.
Child of JANE HINMAN and THOMAS WRIGHT is:
i. ELEANOR6 WRIGHT.
9. JOHN5 HINMAN (FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1758, and died 1821 in
Teigh, Rutland. He married ELIZABETH ANDREWS 25 April 1791
in Teigh, Rutland, daughter of ? ANDREWS and ?.
Notes for JOHN HINMAN:
JOHN HINMAN and ELIZABETH ANDREWS are:
i. SARAH6 HINMAN, b. Abt. 1794; d. 1825.
WILLIAM HINMAN, b. Abt. 1791; d. 5 January 1877, 10 Peck Lane, Nottingham.
iii. FRANCES HINMAN, b. Abt. 1792; m. JOHN
HILLAM, 6 August 1812, Teigh, Rutland.
CHARLES HINMAN, b. Abt. 1794; d. 1838, Rutland.
v. JANE HINMAN, b. Abt. 1795; m. (1) EDWARD ROBERTS, 14 April 1814, Teigh, Rutland; m. (2) EDWARD ROBERTS, 14 April 1825, Teigh, Rutland.
vi. GEORGE HINMAN, b. Abt. 1796.
JOHN HINMAN, b. Abt. 1798; d. 1840, Rutland.
viii. ELIZABETH HINMAN, b. Abt. 1799; m. PHILLIP
HARRIS, 20 March 1823, Teigh, Rutland.
ix. FREDERICK HINMAN, b. Abt. 1801; d. 1842; m. SARAH WRIGHT, 9 May 1841, Teigh, Rutland.
x. ALFRED HINMAN, b. Abt. 1803.
Generation No. 6
10. WILLIAM6 HINMAN (JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1791, and died 5 January
1877 in 10 Peck Lane, Nottingham. He married MARY Abt. 1820 in
Notes for WILLIAM HINMAN:
Children of WILLIAM HINMAN and MARY are:
i. EMILY7 HINMAN, d. Abt. 1873, Holborn, London; m. WILLIAM ADAMS, 26 May 1871,
Saint James, Westminster, London, England.
ii. THOMAS HINMAN, b. Abt. 1821.
iii. WILLIAM HINMAN, b. Abt. 1823.
iv. FRANK HINMAN, b. Abt. 1824; d. 1871, Woolwich.
v. PHILIP HINMAN, b. 1824; d. 1890, St George Hanover Square, London.
Notes for PHILIP HINMAN:
1881 British Census:
Dwelling: 9 Gerrard
Census Place: St Anne Soho, London, Middlesex, England
Source: FHL Film 1341029 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 0132 Folio
74 Page 6
Sarah ALDERMAN W 50
Occ: House Keeper (Lodging)
Emily ALDERMAN U 18
Annes, Middlesex, England
M Oakham, Rutland, England
vi. GEORGE HINMAN, b. Abt. 1828; d. 1903, Leicester.
Notes for GEORGE HINMAN:
Twin to Michael.
vii. MICHAEL HINMAN, b. Abt. 1828.
Notes for MICHAEL HINMAN:
Twin to George.
13. viii. SARAH HINMAN, b. Abt. 1829, Teigh, Rutland; d. 10 December 1910, Islington Infirmary, Highgate Hill, Islington,
ELIZA HINMAN, b. Abt. 1832, Rutland; d. 1892, Nottinghamshire.
11. CHARLES6 HINMAN (JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1794, and died 1838 in
Rutland. He married (1) SARAH BROWN. He married (2) SARAH HILLAM 22 November 1814 in Market Oakham,
Children of CHARLES HINMAN and SARAH BROWN are:
i. ELIZA7 HINMAN.
ii. CHARLES HINMAN, b. Abt. 1831; d. 1841
Notes for CHARLES HINMAN:
Twin to Maria.
iii. MARIA HINMAN, b. Abt. 1831; d. 1841, Rutland.
Notes for MARIA HINMAN:
Twin to Charles.
iv. HAROLD HINMAN, b. Abt. 1833.
Children of CHARLES HINMAN and SARAH HILLAM are:
v. ALFRED7 HINMAN.
vii. ANNE HINMAN, b. Abt. 1817; d. 1835.
16. viii. ALFRED WILLIAM HINMAN, b. Abt. 1820; d. 1897.
ix. JANE HINMAN, b. Abt. 1822; d. 1835.
x. FRANK HINMAN, b. Abt. 1824.
12. JOHN6 HINMAN (JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1798, and died 1840 in
Rutland. He married RUTH BISHOP 16 September
1824 in Teigh, Rutland.
Child of JOHN HINMAN and RUTH BISHOP is:
ALFRED BISHOP7 HINMAN.
Generation No. 7
13. SARAH7 HINMAN (WILLIAM6, JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1829 in Teigh, Rutland,
and died 10 December 1910 in Islington Infirmary, Highgate Hill, Islington, London.
She met (1) RICHARD SHERIDAN WARDLEY.
She married (2) BARNABAS ALDERMAN 11 December 1859 in St Margarets, Westminster, son of WILLIAM ALDERMAN and MARY BUMPUS.
Notes for RICHARD SHERIDAN WARDLEY:
The first entry for Richard Sheridan Wardley
is in the 1855 edition of The London and provincial medical directory. The following is given:
Address: 7, Mobray
Street, St. Ann's Cemetery, Nottingham
Licentiate Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, 1848
In 1856 Dr Wardley's entry had expanded to:
Bachelor of Medicine, Toronto, Canada, 1850
Honorary surgeon, Nottingham Dispensary
Author of: Wardley on infant management
A voice from a young surgeon
The adventures of a medical student
1857's entry included:
Address: Castlegate, Nottingham
Medical Officer to the Operatives' Benevolent Society
There are no further entries for Dr Wardley after 1857 and no reference to the doctor in Lives
of the Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Reply from The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh after enquiring about Dr Wardley's qualifications:
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I have now carried out a full and comprehensive search of our archive and historical records for information regarding this gentleman, but I regret that I have been unable to
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This is in responce to your e-mail regarding information on a Dr. Richard Sheridan Wardley,
said to have graduated in 1850 from Medicine.
From 1843-1853, King's College, the predecessor to the University of Toronto, ran a medical
school and granted degrees. I have checked are list of graduates which is really our only source for very early graduates and did not find a Richard Sheridan Wardley listed
even though there are other graduates listed for this time period. Since no student records, or calendars have survived for
this period, I can offer no other source to confirm his degree. I can't even tell you if he attended. Nor can I assure you
that the published list of graduates, which I consulted, is completely accurate. Unfortunately there is nothing more I can say except that it is possible he received a degree but
he does not show up on the list.
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University of Toronto Archives
Child of SARAH HINMAN and RICHARD WARDLEY is:
PAULINE SHERIDAN8 WARDLEY, b. 27 August 1857, Barnby Gate, Newark, Nottingham, England; d. 11 February 1921, Jhansi,
Children of SARAH HINMAN and BARNABAS ALDERMAN are:
ii. EMILY HINMAN8 ALDERMAN, b. 10 February 1863, St Annes, Middlesex, England.
iii. JOHN FRANK ALDERMAN, b. 6 July 1861, Jury Lane, St Martin;
d. 1863, Strand.
14. ELIZA7 HINMAN (WILLIAM6, JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1832 in Rutland, and
died 1892 in Nottinghamshire. She married ROBERT HOLTON 17 April 1854 in Christ Church, Marylebone, London, son of JOHN HOLTON.
Children of ELIZA HINMAN and ROBERT HOLTON are:
i. SUSIE8 HOLTON, b. 1859, London, Middlesex.
LILLIE GEORGINA HOLTON, b. 1861, London, Middlesex.
iii. ROBERT CHAS. HOLTON, b. 1864, Brixworth, Northampton.
iv. KATE MARY HOLTON, b. 1866, London, Middlesex.
v. WILLIAM J. HOLTON, b. 1868, Long
15. JOHN7 HINMAN (CHARLES6, JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1).
He married SUSANNAH BELL.
Children of JOHN HINMAN and SUSANNAH BELL are:
i. EDWARD HAROLD8 HINMAN, m. <UNNAMED>.
ii. JOHN CHARLES HINMAN, m. <UNNAMED>.
iii. ELIZABETH HINMAN.
iv. WILLIAM HINMAN, m. DOROTHY.
vi. MARIA MAGGIE HINMAN, m. JOHN WILLIAM PRIDMORE.
vii. MABEL VINES HINMAN.
16. ALFRED WILLIAM7 HINMAN (CHARLES6, JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1820, and died 1897. He married (1) SARAH FOWLER. He married (2) ANN HINMAN.
Children of ALFRED HINMAN and SARAH FOWLER are:
i. FRANCES SARAH8 HINMAN, m. ROBERT ROUSE.
ELIZABETH MARY HINMAN.
iii. CHARLES FOWLER HINMAN, b. 1853; d.
iv. ALFRED HINMAN, b. 1854; d. 1854.
Children of ALFRED HINMAN and ANN HINMAN are:
v. ALFRED8 HINMAN.
vi. CHARLES HINMAN.
vii. JANE HINMAN.
viii. AMOS HINMAN.
FRANCIS JOHN HINMAN.
17. ALFRED BISHOP7 HINMAN (JOHN6, JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1).
He married (1) JANE HINMAN, daughter of JOHN HINMAN
and JANE. He married (2) ALICE NICHOLLS.
Notes for ALICE NICHOLLS:
Married Henry John Bath after probably 1871.
Children of ALFRED HINMAN and ALICE NICHOLLS are:
JOHN HENRY8 HINMAN.
ii. CAROLINE HINMAN.
WILLIAM ALFRED HINMAN.
ALFRED BISHOP HINMAN.
v. EDWARD HINMAN.
vi. RUTH ELIZABETH HINMAN, m. ROBINSON.
Generation No. 8
18. PAULINE SHERIDAN8 WARDLEY (SARAH7 HINMAN, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 27 August 1857 in Barnby Gate, Newark, Nottingham, England, and died 11 February 1921 in Jhansi, India. She married (1) GUSTAV ADOLPH ALBERT KUHLMEY 28 November 1878 in St Annes, Soho, Westminster, London, England, son of WILHELM KUHLMEY and SOPHIE SCHMIDT.
She married (2) WALTER HENRY WHEELER 3 September 1898 in Methodist Episcopal
Church, Mussoorie, India, son of GEORGE WHEELER.
Notes for GUSTAV ADOLPH ALBERT KUHLMEY:
Played Viola at The Gaiety Theatre, Strand, London 1879/80.
1881 British Census:
9 Gerrard St Soho
Census Place: St Anne
Soho, London, Middlesex, England
Source: FHL Film 1341029 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 0132 Folio 75 Page
Marr Age Sex
M 25 M Germany
1882 - Lived at 39 Long Acre, St Martin in the Fields, Strand, Middlesex, England.
1883 - Arrived in India around January. Took
the position of Band-Master for the 28th Punjab Native Infantry at Peshawar.
1886 - Living in Peshwar. Occupation - Professor
1887 - Lived at Free School Street, Calcutta, India.
Occupation - Musical Director.
1887 to 1889 - Gustav served as Band-Master for the 60th Royal Rifles and the Band of the
Presidency Volunteers, which is also the Town Band during this period.
1888 - The Royal Bengal Academy of Music gava Gustav
the title of Sangita-Acharyn, or Professor of Music, the diploma being accompanied by a handsome gold armlet or badge
bearing an inscription to that effect. Still with the Calcutta Town Band.
1891 - Left the Calcutta Town Band.
1895 - Musical Director living at Rampore Kohilkhand, India.
Monument Inscription reads TO THE SACRED \ AND EVER LOVING \ MEMORY OF MY \ DEAR HUSBAND \
GUSTAV KUHLMEY \ BORN AT STETTIN JANy 28th 1856 \ DIED AT AGRA JANy 6th 1896 \ "FOR SO HE GIVETH HIS BELOVED \ SLEEP"\ "ER
RUHE IN FRIEDEN"\\
Burial performed by Walter Kitchin, Chaplain.
COPIES OF TESTIMONIALS
G. Kuhlmey, Mus. Dir.
Agra, August 1884
Herr Gustav Kuhlmey came to India some 20 months ago at my suggestion, having been strongly
recommended to me by an eminent London musical firm. The Officers of my old Regiment
the 29th P. N. I., had asked me to send them a Band-Master, and results fully show how excellent was the selection I made.
I am personally aware that Herr Kuhlmey's exertions have elicited the approval of every officer
of his Regiment and from my own knowledge I can say that in 20 months he has worked wonders in the face of many obstacles
as fourloughs, camps of exercise, &c. He has converted an untuneful rabble
into a disciplined, harmonious, intelligible Orchestra and fortunate will be the band that next obtains his services.
F. W. CHATTERTON, MAJOR,
has now been over four years bandmaster of the 29th P. Infantry and the excellent state into which he has brought the Band
proves his capabilities as an Instructor and conductor. He is a thorough musician
and takes an immense interest in his work. His habits are perfectly sober and
he is thoroughly trustworthy in every respect.
E. BEDDY, LT. COL.,
8th January 1887.
Commanding, 29th P Infantry.
I have much pleasure in certifying to the ability, zeal and attention shown by Herr Kuhlmey,
as Band-Master of the 29th Punjab Infantry, when stationed under my command at Peshawar.
It was to me always a treat in music to hear their Band under Herr Kuhlmey's direction and the marvellious results
with a Band of purely Natives shows the great attainments of the Instructor. Herr
Kuhlmey also for a time directed the Band of the 60th Royal Rifles and was equally successful.
HUGH GOUGH, MAJOR GENL
24th January 1889.
I have much pleasure in certifying to the very great success which has attended the connection
of Herr G. Kuhlmey as Band-Master with the Band of the Presidency Volunteers, which is also the Town Band. Within a few months of his appointment as it's conductor, he fully justified his election for the post
by raising the Band to such a high state of efficiency as it had never attained; which marked change for the better was universally
admitted in the Town. In addition to his being a first class musician, he is
very painstaking, and thoroughly steady: and I much wish that I could see the prospects of the Band continuing under his able
instruction for a much longer period.
YAS. LACKERSTEEN, MAJOR,
3rd October 1889.
Offg. Comdg. Presidt. Volunteer,
and Hon. Secretary, Town Band.
10th September 1890
I have known Herr Kuhlmey for the last seven years and have great pleasure in certifying to
the excellent manners in which he instructed and conducted the Band of the 29th Punjab Infantry, my former regiment. Of his musical attainments it is needless for me to express an opinion, but I know
him to be highly talented and a most painstaking, conscientious and upright man, and I feel sure that any work he may undertake,
will, at all times, be both carefully and successfully carried out.
V. W. TREGEAR, COLONEL,
Commanding, 9th Bengal Infantry.
A few Press-notices:
"Indian Daily News" 26-5-87. - The Volunteer Band -We should do an injustice to the Band Committee
and the Band itself if we failed to notice the marked improvement that has taken place in their playing since the Band was
placed under it's new master, Herr Kuhlmey. From the very first night of the
change, it was evident that the Committee had obtained the service of a Band-Master who was capable of lifting his performers
out of the hum drum style of playing which has been too long tolerated. The bad
playing has often been imputed to bad instruments. But under Herr Kuhlmey's magic
wand, it has been shown that it was not the instruments only that accounted for indifferent music. The Band-Master has evidently "music in his soul" and has the faculty of awakening some response in the
souls of his men(The above appeared 10days after I took charge of the Band. G.
"Englishman" 6-7-87. - We run the risk of being told that adulation has "run riot" with us,
but we cannot conclude a notice of this most successful concert without a distinct allusion to the playing of the Band, and
to the master hand to which the excellence of their performances is due. It was
well nigh impossible to realize that the men, who but a few weeks ago failed to attract an audience much in excess of the
children and their ayahs so intelligently played music of such masters as Schubert and Mozart, but the secret was easy to
discover. One had but to watch that baton to realise whence the life, the delicacy,
the expression, the soul came. All honor to Herr Kuhlmey, he his a thorough artist
and we hope the public will hasten to see this and to make the most of him We
believe we are right tin saying that Colonel Chatterton, so to say, "discovered" the Herr when in London some years ago, and
brought him out to India for a regiment. If this was so, it must be a source
of gratification to the Colonel to see how successful his discovery is.
"Annual Report", Calcutta Vol. 87-88. (Col. Chatterton)
A complete set of instruments was obtained from the best English makers, but a far more important addition has lately
been made in the engagement of a Director of the Band, whose qualifications are, I venture to assert, second to those of no
Band-Master in the country.
"Pioneer" 26-7-87. - The Sorcerer at Calcutta:
That the musical part of the work was in safe hands was evident when Herr Kuhlmey, the accomplished
conductor of the Town Band, was seen in the conductor's seat.
"Indian Daily News" 30-12-87 - The Volunteer Band since Herr Kuhlmey took charge, is one of
which Calcutta may be justly proud.
"Englishman"30-12-87 - The improvement in the playing of the band during the past few months
has been both rapid and steady, but it may be doubted whether many of the audience were prepared for a performance of Rossini's
masterpiece so admirable as that with which the concert opened. It was played
with extreme delicacy and brilliance and elicited warm approbation from the audience.
"Englishman" 8-6-88 - The Royal Bengal Academy of Music has conferred upon Mr. Gustav Kuhlmey,
Musical Director, the title of Sangita-Acharyn, or Professor of Music, the diploma being accompanied by a handsome gold armlet
or badge bearing an inscription to that effect. Mr. Kuhlmey is the only musician
in Calcutta who has received the distinction, a former recipient having been Herr Mack.
All who know the thoroughly good work that Mr. Kuhlmey has done for music during his residence in Calcutta will be
glad to hear that his efforts have been recognised in a quarter where excellence is regarded with critical appreciation. To take a recent instance of his zeal in a musical score cause, it may be stated that
Mr. Kuhlmey held over a score of rehearsals of 'Patience' before the piece was ever put upon the stage and of course his cares
and toils did not terminate till the fall of the curtain on the last performance.
"Englishman" August 1888 - Mainly through the untiring exertions of the present Director,
Herr Kuhlmey, the Band is admitted by all to have ere this fully realised the great results predicted by Col. Chatterton,
when he placed it on it's present footing about a year ago, and stated in an appeal to the Municipal Corporation for a contribution,
that "Calcutta will in six months possess a band of which it will be proud"-(Hon. Secretary Vol. Band).
5th, 1888-But it is generally admitted that we have now got together for the first time a band worthy of Calcutta.
"Statesman" 26-2-91- Herr Kuhlmey's Farewell Concert.
If one of the most artistic of the current musical season, the concert at the Town Hall on
Monday last, when Herr Gustav Kuhlmey made his farewell bow to a Calcutta audience, was yet tinged with a certain sadness.
Like Jessica, we are never merry when we hear sweet music, and perhaps no more
pathetic made of taking his farewell could have been devised by Herr Kuhlmey, than through the medium of sweet sound. With a changing population like ours, separation of course may be expected: our air
is not only, as the poet says, "full of farewells to the dying and mournings for the dead" but we have the hourly partings
and abrupt terminations of pleasantess intercourse and dearest friendships. It
is in the nature of things Indian, and yet we cannot regard but with regret the removal from our midst of the talented musician
who presided over the concert on Monday night. He, more than almost any other,
has helped appreciably to relieve the tedium of exile and to remove from the heart the weight of care by sweet music, nightly,
and the departure has all the force of a personal loss.
Few who have lived here a short term of years can fail to have noticed the immense difference
in the quality of the Town Band now and what it was only a few years ago. We
have no desire to magnify the present by be-littling the past; but there was a time not long ago when it needed no higher
evidence to know how "some sweet music is when time is broke and no proportion kept" than a stroll at sundown through the
Eden Gardens. Considering the bad training of the old musicians, the difficulty
of eradicating deeprooted ignorance and the utter distrust they had inspired in their breasts of their hearers, the reconstitution
of the Town Band was a labor which the most sanguine would not have taken with great hopes of success. Patience, perseverance, and musical ability of a high order have, however, achieved what at one time appeared
insuperable. Subscriptions alone being insufficient for the support of the Town
Band, the Volunteers took over the staff and maintained it partly from regimental funds, and partly from donations by the
public. But the transfer would only temporarily have saved the musicians from
extinction, had not the work of reorganisation fallen into Herr Kuhlmey's hands. Through
heat and cold he has laboured unceasingly, until he has succeeded in transforming what was at one time the worst band in India
into one of the best in the east to-day. -- No better instrument of his skill could have been desired than the large gathering
at his concert on Monday, though many more would doubtless have been present had the weather proved propitious. The large number of tickets sold was, however, the best tribute to the esteem in which Herr Kuhlmey is
held and the surest proof that could have been given of the public estimation - of Herr Kuhlmey in particular we should like
to say more, but we shall close here: we have too heavy a heart to take a tedious leave of him.
"Indian Daily News" February 1891. - Herr Kuhlmey soon made the Town Band the most efficient
we have had in Calcutta for many years. Besides his duty in the Band Stand, and
with the Volunteers, he has always been a ready helper in every movement when his services have been in request. He is an unassuming as a man as he is competent as a musician and he will leave India with many regrets,
which he may have the satisfaction of knowing are mutual.
(The above are only part of all the Press notices, G. K.)
Notes for WALTER HENRY WHEELER:
COMMANDING OFFICER'S PARCHMENT CERTIFICATE
5th (P.C.W.) Dn. Gds
20th March 1899.
I have known Corporal Wheeler during the past two years as a well behaved, smart soldier and
a good rider.
I can thoroughly recommend him as a steady, active, energetic man.
(Sd.) R. S. S. BADEN-POWELL, COLONEL
5th Dragoon Guard
6th April 1899.
For the short time I have known Corpral Wheeler, I have found him a hardworking, steady, clean,
and respectful soldier, and I was sorry to lose his services.
(Sd.) A. H. M. EDWARD, MAJOR,
Comdg. D. Sqadron,
5th Dragoon Guards.
Febrary 8th, 1899.
Corporal Wheeler was in my Sqadron under my command during the time (about one year) that
I was in the 5th Dragoon Guards. He was then employed in the Riding School as
Rough Riding Corporal. His character was in every way excellent. He was a smart soldier, and thoroughly understands the care and management of horses.
(Sd.) MAURICE FITZGERALD, CAPT.,
late 5th Dragoon Guards.
12th March 1899
Corporal Wheeler was in my troop for nearly four years, he was quite one of the best men in
the troop. I don't think I ever had occasion to find fault with him about anything;
he was always well turned out, and did his work cheerfully and well. He is an
excellent rider, very intelligent and honest.
(Sd.) H. P. TRAVERS, LIEUT.,
D. SQUADRON, 5th DRAGOON GUARDS.
9th February 1899.
Corporal W. H. Wheeler has served in my regiment to my knowledge from 1894 to 1898. I have always understood that he was a very good man and he had a good reputation as a horseman, being
one of our best Rough Rider.
(Sd.) R. S. POMEROY, LIEUT.,
5th Dragoon Guards.
that Walter got the above references when he wanted to join Lumsden's Horse to go and fight in the Boer War. Walter returned
from the Boer War to to India with the main body of Lumsdens Horse, landing at Bombay on 31 Dec 1900. Walter had by this time
been promoted to Lance Corporal.
Children of PAULINE WARDLEY and GUSTAV KUHLMEY are:
i. FRANZ ERNST KARL9 KUHLMEY, b. 16 August 1882, 39 Long Acre, St
Martin in the Fields, London, Middlesex, England; d. 4 March 1920, Berlin, Germany; m. GERTRUD SOBIELLA.
ii. GUSTAV FRIEDRICH WILHELM KUHLMEY, b. 22 June 1886, Peshawar, India; d. Berlin, Germany.
iii. SIEGFRIED AUGUST GOTTLIEB KUHLMEY, b. 2 October 1887, Calcutta, India; d. 29 June 1961, Plestein, Barvaria; m. FRIEDA.
iv. BRUNHILDA MARY PATRICIA KUHLMEY, b. 24 September 1889, Berlin, Germany; m. (1) BARRY; m. (2) HOOK.
v. WOLFRAM BRUNO ARTHUR KUHLMEY, b. 29 April 1893, Agra, India; d. 3 February 1972, Clacton-On Sea, Essex, England; m. MURIEL EVA COLLETT, 12 February 1923, Jabalpur.
Notes for WOLFRAM BRUNO ARTHUR KUHLMEY:
Worked as a Guard on the G.I.P. Railway, Jhansi, India.
Worked as a Proof Reader for the East Essex Gazette when he came to England.
vi. ELSA EDITH KUHLMEY, b. 1894, India; d. February 1932,
Berlin, Germany; m. GEORGE WILLIS, 29 April 1918, Jhansi, India.
vii. GRACE GERTRUDE
MARGARETHE KUHLMEY, b. 5 February
1895, Rampore Kohilkhand, India; m. (1) ? BARRY; m. (2) PLUMMER.
Children of PAULINE WARDLEY and WALTER WHEELER are:
viii. GEORGE9 WHEELER, d. South Africa; m. VIOLET TOMLINSON.
ix. WINIFRED HARRIETTA WHEELER, b. 30 October
1899, Lahore, India; m. DAVID NEALE.
Notes for WINIFRED HARRIETTA WHEELER:
Baptised by Ias G.L Lyme, Chaplain.
19. LILLIE GEORGINA8 HOLTON (ELIZA7 HINMAN, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1861 in London, Middlesex. She married HERBERT CHARLES WARDLE.
Children of LILLIE HOLTON and HERBERT WARDLE are:
i. HERBERT9 WARDLE, b. 1884.
ii. ALICE MARY WARDLE, b. 1 June 1885,
93 Portland Road, Nottingham.
iii. MAY WARDLE, b. 1890.
iv. BEATRICE WARDLE, b. 1897.
20. ALBERT8 HINMAN (JOHN7, CHARLES6, JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1).
He married MARY WOOD.
Children of ALBERT HINMAN and MARY WOOD are:
i. JOHN9 HINMAN, m. NORA EDWARDS.
ii. KATHLEEN MARY HINMAN, m. ROBERT LOVETT.
21. ELIZABETH MARY8 HINMAN (ALFRED WILLIAM7, CHARLES6, JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1). She married GEORGE WOOLEY MORLEY.
Child of ELIZABETH HINMAN and GEORGE MORLEY is:
i. JOSEPH ALFRED9 MORLEY, m. EVELYN MAGDALINE PARK.
22. FRANCIS JOHN8 HINMAN (ALFRED WILLIAM7, CHARLES6, JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1). He married <UNNAMED>.
Child of FRANCIS HINMAN and
i. FRANK9 HINMAN.
23. JOHN HENRY8 HINMAN (ALFRED BISHOP7, JOHN6, JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1). He married ANNIE GILBEY.
Children of JOHN HINMAN and ANNIE GILBEY are:
i. FREDRICK9 HINMAN, m. MAGGIE LOVEDAY.
ii. RUTH ELIZABETH HINMAN, m. CLAUDE FRANCIS COPLEY.
iii. WILLIAM HENRY HINMAN, m. MINERVA MARY SMITH.
iv. NELLIE HINMAN, m. JOHN WESLEY SMITH.
v. MARGRET HINMAN, m. HARRY BLISSET.
24. WILLIAM ALFRED8 HINMAN (ALFRED BISHOP7, JOHN6, JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1). He married ANNIE NAYLOR.
Children of WILLIAM HINMAN and ANNIE NAYLOR are:
i. ALICE9 HINMAN.
ii. WILLIAM HINMAN.
iii. MATHIAS HINMAN.
iv. FLORENCE HINMAN.
v. ELSIE HINMAN.
25. ALFRED BISHOP8 HINMAN (ALFRED BISHOP7, JOHN6, JOHN5, FRANCIS4, JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1). He married MARY ELIZABETH STRINGER.
Children of ALFRED HINMAN and MARY STRINGER are:
i. BEATRICE EMMA9 HINMAN, m. FREDERICK GEORGE JORDON.
ii. ISABEL ANNIE HINMAN.
iii. MAUD EVELYN HINMAN.