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Derby Evening Telegraph

Tue 25 Jun 1974 Death

Knagg - On June 24, 1974 at 26 Wade Avenue, Littleover, William Derek “Bill” Knagg, aged 70 years, the dear husband of Lily. Funeral Monday July 1st, service 2.15 pm at Markeaton Crematorium.
Tue 24 May 1983 Death

Knagg - On May 21, 1983, at the Derbyshire Royal Infirmary, Lilian May, aged 74 years, beloved wife of the late William Knagg and a dear sister, sister-in-law and aunt. Funeral Friday, May 27, service 2.45 pm at Markeaton Crematorium. Family flowers only please but if desired donations may be sent to the Derbyshire Royal Infirmary for the League of Friends.


Thu 20 July 2000 Death

Knaggs - Peacefully on July 15th 2000 at the Derbyshire Royal Infirmary, Grace, aged 86 years, of Huffen Heath residential Home, Mickleover. Beloved mother to Margaret Garbett, mother-in-law to Alan, also dear grandmother to Claire and Robert. Funeral Monday July 24th, service and cremation 2.15 pm at Mickleover Crematorium.



The Entomologist

Unknown date Obituary - Henry Guard Knaggs

Henry Guard Knaggs, MD., was born in High Street, Camden Town on March 21st, 1832, and was educated at University College School. His father, a medical man himself, had him trained up in his own profession at University College Hospital, after which he married, and started in practice in Kentish Town, afterwards removing to Camden Town. As a young man he interested himself greatly in entomology, and formed one of the finest collections of British Lepidoptera in England. He also became a member of the Entomological Society of London. During the sixties, the numerous entomologists who then lived in the north of London constantly used to meet at his house, or to walk home in parties together after the meetings of the Entomological Society. Among them were H. W. Bates, F. Moore, H. Vaughan, E. W. Robinson, H. Jekel, W. F. Kirby, and others; and entomologists and botanists from other parts of England (of whom F. Bond and J. Boswell Syme may be especially mentioned) were occasionally to be met at his house.

The “Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine” was started in 1864 with a staff of five editors - T. Blackburn, H. G. Knaggs, M.D., R. McLachlan, F.L.S., E. C. Rye and H. T. Stainton, F.L.S. Blackburn’s name disappeared from the title page after the second volume; but no further alteration in the staff occurred until 1874, when Dr . Knaggs found it necessary, owing to the increasing requirements of his profession, to retire from the active pursuit of entomology, and to resign his post as editor of the magazine, although he outlived all the other founders. His most important published entomological work is his “Lepidopterist’s Guide”, which has gone through several editions, and originally appeared in the form of papers in the early volumes of the “Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine”. However, Dr. Knaggs still retained his interest in entomology, and continued to write occasional notes, the last of which appeared as recently as July, 1906. dr. Knaggs was very fond of Folkestone, where several of his most important captures had been made, and he bought a house there as an occasional seaside residence; and on retiring from his practice in North London (in which he was succeeded by his son, Dr. H. Valentine Knaggs) he settled there for the remainder of his life. His death supervened on a long and painful illness on January 16th, 1908, and he was buried at Highgate Cemetery on January 20th. His widow, one son, and five daughters survive him. For some years, Dr. Knaggs was a Fellow of the Linnean as well as the Entomological Society, but he had retired from both before his death. W. F. Kirby


Evening Gazette (Blackpool)
Sat 21 Nov 1992 Death

Knagg - On November 20, 1992, peacefully at home in Paulton-le-Fylde, Marian Leach, the beloved wife of the late Leslie. A mother who gave much love and was dearly loved and respected by her daughters Barbara Whiteley and the late Patricia Samuel. By her sons-in-law, her grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Funeral service will be held at The Parish Church of Singleton (St Anne) on Thursday November 26 at 12.30 pm. followed by cremation at Lytham Park Crematorium.
Fri 5 Oct 2007 Death

Knaggs, William Herbert (Bill) – Suddenly but peacefully in Blackpool Victoria Hospital on Tuesday October 2, 2007, Bill, aged 79 years. Unique, special and much loved husband of Margaret, much loved father and grandfather, a caring and dependable friend to all he met. His Celebration of Life will take place at St John Southworth (Cumberland Avenue) Clevelys on Tuesday October 9th 2007 at 1.30 pm followed by interment at Fleetwood Cemetery, Family flowers on please or donations to Macmillan Nurses.


Wed 17 Oct 2007 Death

Knagg (Winnie) peacefully at the Chaseley Care Home on Thursday October 11, 2007 surrounded by staff and friends, Winnie, aged 94 years. The funeral service and cremation will take place on Thursday October 18, 2007 at 2 pm. (This is Winifred Frances)


Evening Sentinel (Hanley - Stoke on Trent)
Wed 23 May 1984 Death

Knaggs - At rest on May 23rd, Doris, aged 83 years, dearly loved wife of the late Edward Dixon Knaggs of Chestnut-crescent, Blythe Bridge, dearest mother of Pauline, a very dear grandma of Anthony, Philip and Jane. Funeral arrangements later - Inquiries to Forrester Brothers, Funeral Services, Trentham Road, Longton.


Tue 23 Mar 1999 Death

Knaggs - At rest on March 20th, 1999, at the CGH, Barbara Valerie, aged 67 years, of Church Lawton, the dearly loved wife of Bob, loving mum of Kim, Karen, Jan and Julie and devoted grandma of Esme, Eilish, Louis and Mhain. Service and interment at All Saints Church on Friday, March 26th at 12 noon.


Express and Star (Wolverhampton) (online)
Mum hooked on drugs had taken violin
Jun 4, 2003, 10:46:00
A mum hooked on drugs stole a violin from a music shop in Stone, magistrates heard. Lisa Fox stole the instrument from Tim Toft violin workshop while the shop assistant was distracted by a male co-accused.
Miss Jeanette Knaggs, prosecuting, said they asked to look around, with Fox interested in a violin.
The assistant offered to take them to an upstairs showroom, but at the top of the stairs she realised only the man, Christopher Jenkinson, had followed and the front door was heard closing.
After Jenkinson left, the assistant saw a violin was missing and followed the defendants to a car park, where she noted their registration number and reported it to police. The car was stopped and the violin, worth £269, was recovered.
Miss Knaggs said Fox subsequently tested positive for cocaine and opiates. She had 21 previous convictions for theft and like offences.

Freeman’s Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser (Dublin)
Sat 3 Nov 1860 Birth

September 2, at Fort Peddle, the wife of Mr Henry Knaggs, M.B. Assistant Surgeon, Cape Mounted Riflemen, of a daughter. (Who is this?)


Wed 24 Jun 1874 Death

Knaggs – June 23rd, at 1 Percy Place, after a short illness, Miss Eliza Knaggs. The funeral will leave for Mount Jerome at 9 o’clock on tomorrow (Thursday) morning.


Thu 17 Dec 1885 Marriage

McSwiney-Knaggs – Dec 13 1885, at Bombay, Lieutenant E F H McSwiney, 3rd Regt Hyderabad Cavalry, late of 40th South Lancashire Regt, to Ida Florence, second daughter of Brigade Surgeon H Knaggs, Medical Staff


Friend of India (online)
Thu 9 July 1846 Deaths

At Umballah, Amelia, the beloved and only child of Sergeant Major John Knaggs, 45th N.L. aged 1 year 4 months





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