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Relph Middlemost                           1867-1930
Relph was born on 12 July 1867, the son of William Robert Middlemost and Alice Bradwell, at West Hill, Huddersfield, Yorkshire. He was a Merchant and a partner in the firm Chas Exley & Co. During the Second Anglo-Boer War [1899-1902], he served for 5 months in the 42nd Company, Army Service Corps, that was a supply column to the 82nd Battalion Royal Horse Artillery. His home in Johannesburg was looted during this War so he applied for compensation to the British Colonial Office on the 26th Sept 1902 for an amount of 165 Pounds 4 shillings and sixpence. He was awarded 127 pounds.
Constance Annie Whitaker               1864-1927
Constance was born about 1864.
I have not identified any children.

Birth of Parents
Relph Middlemost b: 12 Jul 1867           Huddersfield, Yorkshire       1867 3Q Huddersfield 9a 323
son of William Robert Middlemost and Alice Bradwell, West Hill

Constance Annie Whitaker b: abt 1864           Huddersfield, Yorkshire       1864 1Q Huddersfield 9a 348

27 Oct 1890
Relph Middlemost
Constance Annie Whitaker
St. George'S Presbyterian Church, Johannesburg, South Africa

Constance Annie (Whitaker) Middlemost Died 1927       South Africa

Relph Middlemost Died 18 Feb 1930       East Witton, Middleham, Yorksire

LONDON   11 Jun 1930                         Probate
MIDDLEMOST, Ralph - of East Witton, Middleham, Yorkshire, died 18 February 1930, Probate London, 11 June, to Percy Frederick Holmes, engineer and Joseph Percy Brierly, gentleham.   Effects £3,869 7s. 10d.