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Henry Charles Quin
Son of:  
and:  
born: 1859 in Australia
died: March 1926 in Tonbridge, Kent
  marriage
  x 1891 Constance Lily Dundas
 
    the following children were born of this union:
1. Whilemina Florence Dundas Quin
2. Sheelagh Norah Dundas Quin
3. Louisa Constance Quin

Louisa Constance Quin
Daughter of: Henry Charles Quin
and: Constance Lily Quin
born: 1894
died: 1953 Tonbridge, Kent

Sheelagh Norah Dundas Quin
Daughter of: Henry Charles Quin
and: Constance Lily Quin
born: 1903
  marriage
  x 1936 John Whitfield
died: November 1980

Wilhemina Florence Dundas Quin
Daughter of: Henry Charles Quin
and: Constance Lily Dundas
born:  
died: 1982 in West Sussex, England
  marriage
  14/7/1925 Tonbridge, Kent Richard Grant Gowenloch Varden
  the following children were born of this union:
1. Richard David Bulkeley Varden

Sydney Ramsden


Son of:  
and:  
born:  
died:  
  marriage
  x Clarissa Graham

Rene
Daughter of:  
and:  
born:  
died: 1979 Australia
  marriage
 
  1. x Godfrey Currie Dundas
  No issue

Edward Rhys Jones
Son of: Edward Rhys Jones
and: Mary
born: 1860 in London
died: 1946
Occupation: Vicar of St. Lukes Reigate, Surrey
  marriage
1. x 5/4/1910 Florence Kathleen Dundas Merriman

Constance Rider
and: Margaret Adelaide Dundas
born: 1878
died: Monday 9 June 1969
  marriage
  x 1906 Walter Leslie Dundas (cousin)
 
    the following children were born of this union:
1. Margaret Essie Dundas

Thomas John Rider
Son of: Thomas John Rider
and:  
born: 1849 Shropshire
died: Monday 2 October 1911 as a result of falling from his horse whilst riding with the North Shropshire hounds
Occupation: Vicar of Baschurch, Shropshire
rev rider
  marriage
  x 1877 Margaret Adelaide Dundas  
  the following children were born of this union:
1. James Sidney Dundas Rider born 1881
2. Constance Rider born 1878

James Sidney Dundas Rider
Son of: Thomas John Rider
and: Margaret Adelaide Dundas
born: 1881 Nottinghamshire
died: Friday 11 September 1959 as a result of falling from his horse whilst hunting with the Ludlow pack
Occupation: Vicar of St. Mary's, Caynham, Shropshire 1926-59. Awarded the Military Cross for bravery in action on the Somme
  marriage
  x November 1910 Stella Harding
   
The fine modem window in the south wall of St Mary's Church is dedicated to the 'Hunting Parson', the Rev. James Sidney Dundas Rider. At the age of 77 years he received fatal injuries whilst hunting with the Ludlow pack at Bleathwood in 1959. The Rev. Rider was a familiar and much loved figure in the village and had served as chaplain to the Royal Air Force for five years during the Second World War. Previously he had served as a chaplain in France in the First World War where he was awarded the Military Cross for bravery in action on the Somme. The window shows him walking through the village, thumb stick in hand.