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Chatham Standard

Tue 28 Jan 1964 Death

Knaggs - On 21st January, at 30 Foxglove Crescent, Chatham, Richard, beloved husband of Agnes and father of Margaret, Barbara and William, passed peacefully away; aged 73 years.
Tue 1 Oct 1968 Death
Knaggs - On 19th September 1968, at 30 Foxglove Crescent, Chatham, Agnes Murray, widow of the late Richard, mother of Margaret, Barbara and William, passed peacefully away, aged 71 years.

Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic

Sat 18 Oct 1913 Death

Knaggs - October 13th at 7 Keynsham Parade, Cheltenham, Lieut Colonel Henry Knaggs, R.A.M.C. (retired), aged 78 years.
Sat 17 Jan 1942 Death

Knaggs - January 6th, suddenly at 8 Royal Parade, Cheltenham, Marion Louise, daughter of the late Col. H Knaggs.


Knaggs - On the 13th January, 1842, Annie, daughter of the late Col. h Knaggs of 8 Royal Parade, Cheltenham.

Killed Day After Sister’s Funeral

Only the day after her sister’s funeral, Miss Annie Knaggs, of 8 Royal Parade, Cheltenham, died in the Chetenham General Hospital, following an accident at the junction of Lansdown Road and Montpellier Street shortly before noon on Tuesday.

It is believed that Miss Knaggs was trying to cross the road when she was involved in a collision with a double-decker ‘bus travelling from Gloucester to Cheltenham. The driver of the ‘bus is Eric Ernest Walters of 33 St George’s Drive, Cheltenham.

Miss Knaggs was rushed to Hospital suffering from shock and from a lacerated leg, but died within a few hours.


Her younger sister, Miss Marion Louise Knaggs, died suddenly on January 6th. Her funeral was at the Cheltenham Cemetery on Monday.

Both Miss Annie Knaggs and Miss Marion Louise Knaggs were elderly and had lived in Cheltenham for many years.

They were daughters of the late Colonel M Knaggs, R.A.M.C., of 7 Keynsham Parade and had travelled with their father in various parts of the world before his retirement.

Sat 24 Jan Undecided in Track of Bus - Inquest Verdict on Elderly Lady

An elderly lady’s indecision in the track of an oncoming double-decker bus was described at a Cheltenham inquest on Thursday on Miss Annie Knaggs, aged 79 years, of 8 Royal Parade, Cheltenham.

The Coroner, Mr J D Lane, returned a verdict of “Death from Misadventure”.

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Miss Ethel Maud Knaggs of Crowthorne, Berks - sister.
Sat 23 Mar 1946 Death of Col H T Knaggs

Colonel Henry Thomas Knaggs of Belmont, Malvern Road, Cheltenham, has died at his home at the age of 83.

Colonel Knaggs had a distinguished career in the Army in which he served in the R.A.M.C., and was awarded the C.M.G. and C.B.E. for his services in the 1914-18 War.

He was born in Dublin in 1863, and was the son of the late Mr and Mrs H G Knaggs, and he attended trinity College, Dublin until he entered the Army.

In the South African campaign he was awarded the Queen’s Medal with three bars, and the King’s Medal with two bars. Later he served in Malta and India.

In the 1914-18 War, Colonel Knaggs served in Palestine, and was awarded the C.M.G. in 1917. He then returned to this country, and in 1919, the year of his retirement, was awarded the C.B.E. For some time he lived in London, and came to Cheltenham in 1935.

He is survived by his wife, and he has a brother, Dr George John Knaggs, who lives at Hampstead.

Chichester Observer

Thu 7 Feb 1985 Death

KNAGG June Margaret. Died Friday February 1st. Funeral 11.30 am, Friday, Chichester Crematorium. Flowers, Holland.

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Thu 18 Dec 2008 Stephen Knagg – Obituary

Knagg Stephen Passed away at St. Richard's Hospital on Friday December 12, 2008. Sadly missed by his children Alex and Sue and grandchildren Roxy and Sam. The Funeral will be held at St. Peter's Church, Selsey on Monday December 22, 2008 at 12.00 noon. Family flowers only but donations in lieu to Royal British Legion c/o Edward White & Son, 74-77 St. Pancras, Chichester PO19 7LS

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Comet (Stevenage)
Thu 15 May 2014 Death

Maureen Ann Knaggs née Crampton loving wife of Jeffery Knaggs, sister of John Crampton, died suddenly at home in Stevenage, on the 7th May 2014 aged 70 years. All enquiries to Austins 01438 316623

Cork Examiner

Wed 21 Oct 1846 Death

On the 18th inst, at Archerstown Mills, near Thurles, James Knaggs, Esq., aged 60 years.
Tue 20 Dec 1864 Death

On the 16th inst., at her residence, 23 Lincoln Place, Mary, daughter of the late Mr Coote, Knaggs, of Dublin.

Daily Express (London)
Various dates in 2003 TV reports by Charlotte Civil Sarah Knaggs

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Daily Herald (St Maarten)
17 May 2013 Hot Seat - Stuart Knaggs

To all in St. Maarten’s marine industry, Stuart Knaggs is a household name either through Deep Blue Marine or the marine surveying sector on island. Being trained as a mechanical engineer in South Africa, his first experience was in the automotive industry with Toyota and later Ford, he then moved into the Marine industry and became more involved with fleet maintenance first in the Mediterranean and later the Caribbean. In 1995, Stuart started surveying and has been a fulltime marine surveyor and engineer consultant since then.

Stuart is also involved in his kayak school located in Simpson Bay. He participates frequently in triathlons, with his strengths being running as well as kayaking. Additionally, he is known for his involvement with Captain Oliver’s Regatta (COR) which is scheduled to take place this weekend. This year’s COR hopes to have approximately 25 boats participating in the races. As with all previous CORs, all the racing events are centred within the Oyster Pond and St. Barths Channel. Together with COR coordinator Rikke, the organizing team has created a fun-filled, exciting racing event.

Where were you born? Tell me a little about where you grew up.

It has been said that I was born in Pretoria, South Africa, but I really don’t remember that. I grew up between Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Durban in South Africa – always within easy reach of the sea.

Where did you live before you came to St. Maarten?

I lived in a lot of places all over Europe.

Please tell me something about your educational background; where did you go to school and what did you major in?

I studied mechanical engineering in Durban, South Africa. Toyota paid for my studies so it was natural that, although it was a very general course, my main subjects were related to the automotive industry.

Tell me something about where you work and your work experience.

I have been a self-employed marine surveyor and general engineering consultant for almost 20 years now. As part of this, I am also a race measurer for the CSA and so am in regular contact with a lot of the racing boats and their owners in our area.

Please tell me a little about the upcoming regatta you are involved with. Do you also compete in other regattas yourself with a particular team?

You can read about the history of Captain Oliver’s Regatta on the website, but in short, I discussed the concept with the Captain for many years before one day, out of the blue in 2005, he called me to tell me that he had been chatting to Geoff Joseph of NETCO and that the regatta was ON! They asked if I would head up the sailing side of the organization and so I became the race director. In recent years, I have managed to dump most of the hard work on Rikke and now I just mainly pose for group photos. As far as actual racing goes, we used to race our own boat quite actively, but haven’t done so for about the last 10 years. I have raced on other boats occasionally and was very lucky to be part of the team on HAMACHI which did very well in this year’s Heineken Regatta.

Apart from working in the marine industry, do you have any other hobbies or interests? Give us a description of a regular day in your life.

Well, life pretty much revolves around the marine industry in one way or another. As many people might know, I have always been interested in sports and like to compete at a recreational level in triathlon, running and especially kayaking. I run a kayaking school based at La Bamba Beach Bar on Kim Sha beach – doing three sessions a week, this takes up a lot of my spare time. I don’t really have a “regular” day, but usually I aim to wake up at about 5:30am – head out for a short run with Mary at 6:00; come back and do morning emails and breakfast before taking my daughter to school for 8:00. Then on to a morning inspection of some sort – usually in Simpson Bay for 8:30am; then back to the office and spend the rest of the day behind my computer. At 4:00pm, it’s time to prepare for kayaking class, head over for a start at 5:00. Its 7:30 before I get home and time for a family meal, some emails and bed by 10:00pm!

Tell us a little about your family life; how do you juggle your private life with your professional life?

I have been with Mary Wrigley – world famous runner, graphic designer and super mum – for about 23 years (I think). We have a daughter, Freya, who is 12. Because both of us are self-employed and work from home, there is no real separation of family and professional life. It is all just “LIFE” and some bits of it happen to earn the money.

What are your ambitions for the future? Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?

I’m not a traditionally ambitions person. I have always let life take me where it wants. I’d be disappointed to know where I’ll be in 10 years time as it would spoil the surprise.

If you could invite three famous people (dead or alive) for dinner, who would they be? What would be the one question you would ask? And what would you serve them for dinner?

A difficult question, but I think maybe Hitler, Stalin and Churchill – it would be quite a lively affair, especially if the conversation turned to politics. I am not sure what I’d serve them as Hitler was vegetarian; possibly a tomato-mozzarella salad followed by steak for the meat eaters and garlic portobello mushrooms for Hitler with mango mousse and dark chocolate for dessert.
Daily News (London)
Sat 16 Nov 1889 Marriage

Copping-Knaggs – 13th inst., at St Paul’s Chapel, Burley Road, Kentish Town, NW, Arthur Edward Copping, of Hornsey, to Nancy (Anny L) , daughter of H G Knaggs Esq., M.D. Camden Road, NW

Daily Southern Cross (New Zealand)
19 Jul 1859 Port of Auckland – entered inwards

July 16 – Whirlwind, ship, 977 tons, Edgell, from London

Richard, Elizabeth, Ellen E., Jemima, Selina and Maria L. Knaggs
16 Apr 1861 Registration

A list of persons claiming to have their names inserted in the list of Voters for the Electoral District of Marsden

Knaggs Richard, Mangapai, household; dwelling at Mangapai, lot No. 33

Knaggs George, Mangapai, leasehold; dwelling at Mangapai, lot No. 27

Knaggs Thomas Wilson, Mangapai, freehold; part of 46 lot in his occupation at Mangapai
7 Feb 1867 Marriages

On January 28, at the residence of the bride’s father, by the Rev. John Smith, Mr Alfred Freeman, to Selina, third daughter of Mr Richard Knaggs, of Eastburn Farm, Mangapai

11 Dec 1868 Advertisement

Richard Knaggs mentioned as chairman of Mangapai Highway Board

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