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John NottAge: 23 years17711794

Name
John Nott
Given names
John
Surname
Nott
Birth February 24, 1771 39

Birth of a brotherEdward Nott
March 15, 1774 (Age 3 years)
Occupation
Lieutenant - Royal Navy

Employer: HMS Sueris
Christening of a brotherEdward Nott
April 11, 1774 (Age 3 years)
Address: Bath Abbey
Birth of a sisterElizabeth Nott
April 15, 1775 (Age 4 years)

Christening of a sisterElizabeth Nott
May 15, 1775 (Age 4 years)
Address: Bath Abbey
Christening of a sisterAnn Nott
November 27, 1776 (Age 5 years)
Address: Bath Abbey
Birth of a brotherGeorge Nott
July 25, 1778 (Age 7 years)
Christening of a brotherGeorge Nott
August 11, 1778 (Age 7 years)
Address: Bath Abbey
Death of a fatherJohn Neale Pleydell Nott
April 29, 1781 (Age 10 years)
Cause: Killed in Action
Note: Capt. John Neale Nott, was in action with Rear Admiral Sir Samuel HOOD`s fleet against French Admira…
Death August 17, 1794 (Age 23 years)
Cause of death: Yellow Fever
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Marriage: June 29, 1766
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3 years
younger brother
13 months
younger sister
19 months
younger sister
20 months
younger brother
George Nott
Birth: July 25, 1778 46Bath, Somerset, England
Death: November 1795West Indies

Burial

Memorial in St Sampsons Church, Cricklade, Wiltshire, England: This is infcribed to the Memory of JOHN NOTT eldest Son of the late Capt J.N.P. NOTT first Lieut of his Majesty's Ship Succefs He was carried off by the Yellow Fever at Port Royal Jamaica on the 18th August 1794 in the 24th Year of his Age Also to the Memory of his youngeft Brother GEORGE NOTT who fell a Sacrifice to the fame dreadful diforder in November 1795 in the West Indies on Board his Majesty';s Ship Beaulieu in the 17th Year of his Age. Though Cut off at fo early a Period they promifed not only to be an ornament to their Profefsion but to their Country In private life their Virtues were fuch as to make their lofs ever to be lamented by all who knew them. The affliction of their furviving Parent (by whom this Monument is erected) is too Poignant for defcription.