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Anne Marie Louise Celine Dent-Young (de Chermont) (c.1817 - 1887)

Annie Marie Gerard (Dent Young) (1849 - c.1886)

Major Arthur Joseph Dent-Young (1892 - 1967)

David Dent-Young CBE (1927 - 2010)

Douglas Laurence Dent Young (1924 - 1924)

Douglas (probably named after his Mother's brother who died in an RFC training flight during WW1), died soon after birth. David wasn't awaeof his existance, although there had been a family story abo...

Emily Marie Gerrard (Dent-Young) (1853 - d.)

Sister of Annie, WH Gerrards first wife

Emily Marie Dent Young (1853 - d.)

Frances Mary Dent-Young (1894 - 1982)

John Dent Young (1818 - 1892)

In the 1880's, he sketched "Prakramabahu's Pillar", which was donated in 1941 by Mrs Jules Dent-Young to the British Museum ( )

John Dent-Young (1888 - 1955)

Educated at Mount St. Mary's College, Chesterfield, and became a pupil at his father's civil engineering office for three years before being employed in 1910 by Messrs Fore and Bateman of Westminster o...

Jules Hyacinth Dent-Young (1854 - 1939)

Julius Henry Dent-Young (1896 - 1916)

Joined "A" Company 1st Battalion 14th London Regiment in 1915 as Private 4124, was wounded at Hulluch in September 1915 and rejoined his regiment In January. Killed on the first day of the Somme (1st J...

Katherine Mary Stephens (Dent-Young) (1899 - 1987)

Mary KC Flexen (Dent-Young) (1889 - 1979)

Mary Dent-Young (Shepard) (1859 - 1949)

Known as May

Olive Dent-Young (Nicholds) (1903 - 2000)

Olivette Constance Dent-Young (De Bruyn) (1893 - 1939)

John Dent-Young was fighting in the Cameroons (East Africa with the 1st Btln. Queen's Own Nigeria Regiment) during WW1. He was wounded in the thigh, and shipped to South Africa via Mombasa to recover...

Sophie Vinay (Dent-Young) (1850 - 1924)

Father William Dent Young SJ (1852 - 1882)

Date looks suspect given 1837 death of his mother - generation out ? William Henry did have a son William M Young, but would be in 1820s .. Yes, this son of William Henry was born c. 1823 and died ...

Lt. William "Bill" Dent-Young (1891 - 1917)

2/Lieutenant William Thomas Dent-Young. Joined 11th Battalion AIF in August 1914. Wounded in Gallipoli (twice), transferred to Somme and promoted 2/L in August 1916. Killed by shellfire on 11th May 191...