Descendants of John Bentlif

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Descendants of John Bentlif

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Jersey doctor Graeme Bentlif's grandfather's brush factory at 7 Winchester Street, Salisbury in 1897

Surgeon Lt-Col Philip Barnett Bentlif moved to Jersey in 1891, the year after his marriage, and was appointed surgeon in the Jersey Artillery by Lieut-Governor General Sir Charles Ewart. His son Philip Graeme Bentlif, who followed him into the medical profession, was born in Jersey in 1902. He was medical officer at Jersey's prison when the last execution took place in 1959

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  • 1 John Bentlif m Jane
    • 2 Philip Bentlif (1827-1905) (Maidstone, Kent) m Mary (1839- )
      • 3 Florence Bessie Bentlif (1857- )
      • 3 Philip Barnett Bentlif (1859-1933) m (1890, Richmond, Surrey) Agnes Houston Thomson (1870-1921)
        • 4 Beryl Barnett Bentlif (1896-1983)
        • 4 Philipe Graeme Bentlif (1902-1986) m Cynthia Joy King Farlow (1904-2000)
      • 3 Charles Augustus Bentlif (1865-1912) m (1899, Salisbury) Gertrude Constance Brown
      • 3 Catherine Maud Bentlif (1868- ) m (1899, Wiltshire) Charles Frederick South (1850-1916)
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