Children of Jamesina Styleman Le Strange
and Reverend Adolphus Waller

second and youngest son of Sir Thomas Wathen Waller, 2nd Baronet Waller

Daughter of Henry L'Estrange Styleman le Strange and Jamesina Joyce Ellen Stewart, Jamesina Styleman le Strange was born at 26 rue de Rivoli, Paris, on 21 Mar 1842, privately baptized there by George Lefevre on 14 Apr 1842, and received into the church by Bishop Luscomb at the rue d'Agueseau church on 8 May 1842.
Jamesina married the Reverend Adolphus Waller, M.A. (died 16 Jul 1890), second and youngest son of Sir Thomas Wathen Waller, 2nd Baronet Waller, at Saint George's Hanover Square, London, on 19 Jul 1866. The Reverend Mr. Waller was Vicar of Hunstanton from 1870 to 1890. Jamesina died at the Hall Cottage, Hunstanton Hall, on Sunday, 12 May 1912, and was buried at Hunstanton.

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The Reverend Walthen Henry Waller
Born: 4 Jun 1867
Place: Paddington, England
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The Reverend Walthen Henry Waller, born 4 Jun 1867, was born at 7 James Street, Paddington, and entered the Royal Navy in 1880. He served in Egypt in Jul 1882, but was wounded or 'invalidated' and discharged in Oct 1886. He entered Trinity Hall, Cambridge, in 1887, earning his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1890, and his Master of Arts degree in 1893. He was ordained Deacon in 1892, Priest in 1893, and served as Curate at Saint Columba's Church, Sunderland, until he resigned in 1895. He was Chaplain in the Royal Navy, and Vicar of Thornham.


Katharine Alice Waller
Born: 29 Apr 1870
Place: Great Berkhamsted Hall
Died: 17 Mar 1888
Place: Hunstanton, Norfolk County England
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Initial information contained in this page is based on STILLMAN GENEOLOGY from Steeple Ashton compiled by Geoffrey Stillman of Australia in 1969; received updated version from Raymond Stillman of Holt, Trowbridge, Wiltshire County, England in 1984.

The Holt Family GEDCOM was referenced for additional material.

Further information on this page is based on research by John R. Mayer Styleman and Le Strange of Hunstanton 1691-1993 revision number 72, with permission from Barbara Way, bjway@tir.com

Updated 3 Jan 1999