Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette 15 April 1865, page 8
Died – on the 6th inst, aged 58 years, Harriett, wife of Wm Orme, of Orton-on-the-Hill, Leicestershire and third daughter of the late Mr. Richard Paulin of Henley-on-Thames, Oxon.
Victoria Colonist, 5 July 1887, pg. 1
…. Russel acting as starter in his usual impartial and acceptable style. Following is the list of the games with the names of the winners:
Running High Jump – 1st A Bell 4 ft 10 ½ in; 2nd CH Tite and EA Pauline, tie.
Running Long Jump – 1st A Shaw, 17 ft 9 in; 2nd W Duck, 17 ft 6 in.
Victoria Colonist, 14 Nov 1888, pg 1
(Late Pupil of WT Belcher, Mus. Doc., Oxon, FCO)
Prof. Pianoforte and Organ.
Lessons given at own residence or 73 Kings Road, Victoria BC.
Victoria Colonist, 23 October 1886, page 3
We are happy to congratulate Mr. Ernest Pauline of the Standard, as an addition to his home circle. That genial young gentleman was receiving congratulations of his many friends last evening and is justly proud of being “the father of a bouncing baby” – girl.
Oxford Journal, 30 June 1866, page 4
Married – June 19 at Cheltenham by the Rev WH Ramsay, Mr WT Lambourn of Henley, grocer, to Maria, daughter of the late Mr. G Paulin of the same place.
Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette, 14 January 1860, page 5
Married – on the fifth instant, at Trinity Church, by the Rev WP Pinchney, Mr. John Paulin, to Mary, daughter of the late Mr. Walters, both of Henley.
Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette, 23 May 1857, page 8
Married – On the 12th inst at Binfield Church, Berks, by the Rev J Leslie Randall, MA, Mr. George Bennett, of Derby, to Sarah Anne, only daughter of Mr. G Paulin of Henley-on Thames.
Henley Advertiser, 19 Oct 1895, page 5
Paulin – on October 10th, at 5 Queen’s Villas, Sarah, widow of George Paulin, in her 88th
Berkshire Chronicle, 7 April 1877 page 8
Easter Meeting – On Tuesday the annual meeting was held in the Council Chamber at ten o’clock am; when the churchwardens’ accounts for the past year were examined and passed. C Simmons and George Paulin were re-elected churchwardens.
Reading Mercury, 28 July 1888, page 5
RUTHERFORD-PAULIN – on the 21st inst, by the Rev Dr Swinburne, Rector of the Parish of Acock’s Green, Robert, eldest son of Andrew Rutherford, of Alnwick, Northumberland, to Louise Mary, eldest daughter of Frederick Paulin, Henley Lodge, Acock’s Green, near Birmingham.
Reading Mercury, 28 March 1874 page 4
Tresspass – Thomas Ballard, an old man, was charged with having on the 13th, trespassed on Curridge Common in search of conies. Frederick Paulin, keeper, in the service of Mr. S Hemsted (who rents the shooting on the Common from Miss Wasey), proved that defendant set a wire, and when he spoke to him, he saw three other wires in his hand. The Bench imposed a fine of 1s 6d, and reduced the costs from 9s to 3s 6d.
Shipping and Mercantile Gazette 23 July 1874, page 3
At the Bankruptcy Court, yesterday, an order was made by Mr. Register Murray for the appointment of a receiver under a petition for liquidation filed by Frederick Paulin, of the Anchor Brewery, St George’s-road, Peckham, whose liabilities are estimated at 2,500 l, the value of the assets not yet being ascertained.
Gloucestershire Echo, 20 April 1914 page 5
Births, Marriages and Deaths
Churchill-Longman – Kavanagh – April 14 at St Jude’s Church, Kensington, Walter Valentine, 3rd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, to Sarah Talbot, only daughter of W Kerr Kavanagh of St Louis, USA