William Thomas BERGERAge: 8418141899

William Thomas BERGER
Birth December 1814 38 31
Baptism December 29, 1814
Birth of a brotherThomas BERGER
1816 (Age 13 months)
Starch Manufacturer

Baptism of a brotherThomas BERGER
November 6, 1816 (Age 23 months)
Birth of a brotherCharles STEIGENBERGER
October 1817 (Age 2)
Baptism of a brotherCharles STEIGENBERGER
October 7, 1817 (Age 2)
Death of a brotherCharles STEIGENBERGER
October 15, 1817 (Age 2)

Burial of a brotherCharles STEIGENBERGER
October 16, 1817 (Age 2)
Death of a paternal grandmotherElisabeth ALGER
September 1, 1823 (Age 8)
Death of a maternal grandfatherWilliam SHARP
November 27, 1829 (Age 14)
Death of a brotherThomas BERGER
July 3, 1840 (Age 25)
Burial of a brotherThomas BERGER
July 10, 1840 (Age 25)
Civil marriageMary VAN SOMMERView family
April 4, 1843 (Age 28)
Birth of a daughter
1845 (Age 30)

Birth of a son
Frederick William Richard BERGER
1846 (Age 31)

Death of a daughterMary BERGER
March 1847 (Age 32)
Death of a brotherSamuel BERGER
January 7, 1848 (Age 33)
Burial of a brotherSamuel BERGER
January 12, 1848 (Age 33)
Death of a sisterEmily BERGER (STEIGENBERGER)
June 16, 1849 (Age 34)
Note: Pulmonary Consumption
Burial of a sisterEmily BERGER (STEIGENBERGER)
June 23, 1849 (Age 34)
Death of a fatherSamuel BERGER
May 17, 1855 (Age 40)
Note: Cancer
Death of a motherElizabeth SHARP
May 10, 1859 (Age 44)
Marriage of a childFrederick William Richard BERGEREmily Rebecca BENNETTView family
August 14, 1867 (Age 52)
Death of a brotherHenry Steigen BERGER
June 25, 1876 (Age 61)
Death of a wifeMary VAN SOMMER
March 1877 (Age 62)
Death of a brotherFrederic William BERGER
June 14, 1878 (Age 63)
Burial of a brotherFrederic William BERGER
June 20, 1878 (Age 63)
MarriageJenny GRENIERView family
August 29, 1878 (Age 63)
Death January 9, 1899 (Age 84)
Family with parents - View family
Marriage: December 5, 1805St Botolph, Cambridge
15 months
elder brother
3 years
elder sister
21 months
elder brother
3 years
elder brother
2 years
2 years
younger brother
Birth: 1816 39 33Stamford Hill, Hackney, Middx
Death: July 3, 1840Twickenham
22 months
younger brother
Family with Mary VAN SOMMER - View family
Marriage: April 4, 1843Register Office, Hackney
3 years
2 years
Family with Jenny GRENIER - View family
Marriage: August 29, 1878Parish Church, Wimbledon

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Living with parents in 1841. Living Dalston Rise, Hackney 18412 servants. Lived at Saint Hill, East Grinstead Sussex 1861-71.5 servants and coachman in Saint Hill Lodge. Living The Cedars,Upper Clapton 1878. Lived Villa Talbot Cannes, Fra nce after 2ndmarriageMr. Berger wrote as follows:"VILLA TALBOT, CANNES,"April 23, 1889."DEAR MR, BROOMHALL,-Who can estimate the issue of a singlegrain of wheat falling into the ground and dying? Many liveswill surely spring up therefrom and in consequence thereof. Ithas pleased God to take to Himself His faithful servant, GeorgeStott, late of Wenchow, China, than whom it would be difficultto find one more devoted and steadfast in prosecuting the workhe believed the Lord had given him to do. We committed hisremains to the tomb yesterday afternoon, to await the voice ofthe Son of God calling those who shall hear it (His sleepingsaints) to come forth from their graves, that they with thechanged living ones may together ascend to meet and be with theLord for ever."We have reason to believe that Mr. Stott's twenty three years'labour in China has been greatly owned and blessed, he havingleft in existence in Wenchow and its neighbourhood (where, if Imistake not, no foreign missionary had previously laboured)three native churches, numbering in all about three hundredmembers besides as many attendants, to say nothing of theschools he inaugurated. You will pardon my entering thus intodetails, when I tell you that I made Mr. Stott's acquaintanceprior to his going to China in the year 1865, he being one ofthe five who went out when the China Inland Mission was but inits incipient state. His works do follow him. In thus writing,we do not glory in George Stott, but in the Lord, who wroughtthe works by His servant,"Of his devoted wife I must abstain from writing, but ask thatmuch prayer may ascend to God on her behalf. Her heart seems seton returning to China to carry on the work she left as far as itmay be in her power to do so. After twenty-three years'correspondence with Mr. and Mrs. Stott, I look back with themost pleasing remembrance of the same, and rejoice if in anymeasure I can be considered as having had partnership in theirlabours."I remain, dear Mr. Broomhall,"Faithfully yours,"W. T. BERGER."

Probate London 31 January 1899 to James Van Sommer and Reverend Arthur Hastings Berger. Copy of will