Mary (c. 1760- )

1 Mary (c. 1760- ) [570]. Born c. 1760, Gloucs, England.

16 April 1781 John Withy married Mary Pouncer?

(c. 1610- )

1 [unnamed person] (c. 1610- ) [1060]. Born c. 1610.

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1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [841].

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1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [900].

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1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [854].

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1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [903].

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1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [907].

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1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [915].

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1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [1072]. Marr Thomas STURGE c. 1600.

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1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [891].

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1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [901].

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1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [821].

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1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [314]. Born. Died.

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1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [1117].

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1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [685]. Marr Mary Jane MICKLE 1863.

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1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [528]. Marr Leon LONDON.

Ann PEPPERDINE (c. 1834- )

1 Ann PEPPERDINE (c. 1834- ) [544]. Born c. 1834, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire. Marr John FOSTER frm 1 Jul 1857 to 31 Oct 1857.

Ann PEPPERDINE, married John Foster in jul - Sep 1857.

In 1841 Census, lived at: "The Hall, Fiskerton".

In 1891 Census, she is shown as being a widow, living at 20, Lincoln Road, Barlings, Longworth.

2 Thomas PEPPERDINE (1799-1859) [1695]. Born 1799, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Pheobe SKEPPER 7 May 1822, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Died May 1859, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

4 Richard PEPPERDINE (1770-1821) [1697]. Born 1770, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Mary MARSDEN 19 May 1795, Bassingham, Lincolnshire, England. Died Mar 1821, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

8 Richard PEPPERDINE (1726-1814) [1699]. Born 1726. Marr Ann COULSON 23 Nov 1766, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Died Mar 1814, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

9 Ann COULSON (to1745-to1845) [1700]. Born to 1745, Lincolnshire, England. Died to 1845.

5 Mary MARSDEN (1768-1813) [1698]. Born 1768, Ashby-Puerorum, Lincolnshire, England. Died Aug 1813, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

3 Pheobe SKEPPER (1799- ) [1696]. Born 1 Sep 1799, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

6 Stephen SKEPPER (1760-1824) [1816]. Born 1 Apr 1760, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Elizabeth BLOW 1787, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Died Dec 1824, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

12 Reginald SKEPPER (1723- ) [1818]. Born 25 Mar 1723, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

13 Mary GREEN (to1727- ) [1819]. Born to 1727, Ashby-Puerorum, Lincolnshire, England.

7 Elizabeth BLOW (c. 1761- ) [1817]. Born c. 1761, Reepham, Lincolnshire.

Athena ( - )

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Mother: Michele HOPKINS, Michele

1 Athena ( - ) [303]. Born. Died.

2 Gary ( - ) [276]. Born. Died.

3 Michele HOPKINS ( - ) [202]. Born. Died.

6 Eric J HOPKINS (1937- ) [200]. Born 1937, Dartford. Marr Daphne W ROGERS 1962, Sidcup, Kent. Died.

12 Henry HOPKINS (1904-1978) [199]. Born 10 Dec 1904. Marr Daisy SALISBURY c. 1933, Dartford. Died 1978, Dover, Kent.

In 1911 census, lived at; 6 Shermanbury Place, Erith, Dartford, Kent.

13 Daisy SALISBURY (1899-1977) [198]. Born 17 Jun 1899, Manchester (Union Workhouse, Salford). Died 1977, Dover, Kent.

In 1911 census, was shown as Salisbury - age 6; Mother Mary Ellen married Thomas 2 years earlier (in 1909)
in 1901 census, Daisy Salisbury (born in Salford, Lancashire) and Harry Salisbury (born in Chester, Cheshire) are shown as Boarders with Robert and Harriett Turner, at 14, Harriet Street, Broughton, Lancashire.

7 Daphne W ROGERS (1940- ) [203]. Born 1940, Dartford. Died.

Becky ( - )

1 Becky ( - ) [658].

BROWER ( - )

1 BROWER ( - ) [710].

Curtis ( - )

1 Curtis ( - ) [840].

DIGBY ( - )

1 DIGBY ( - ) [989].

EDWARD III (1312-1377)

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EDWARD III, Edward_III_King of England

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Father: Edward II, Edward_II_King of_England

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Mother: Isabella CAPET, Isabella_of_France

1 EDWARD III1 (1312-1377) [309]. Born 13 Nov 1312, Windsor Castle. Died Jun 1377, Sheen Palace, Surrey, England.

2 Edward II1 (1284-1327) [196]. Born 25 Apr 1284, Caernarfon Castle. Marr Isabella CAPET 22 Jan 1307. Died 21 Sep 1327, Berkeley Castle, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England.

King of England EDWARD II Plantagenet was born on 25 Apr 1284 in Caernarfon Castle, Wales. He died on 21 Sep 1327 in Berkeley Castle, England. The Cause of death was that he was murdered by his wife, Isabella (daughter of Philip IV of France).
Queen of England ISABELLA of France was born in 1292 in Paris, Seine, France. She died on 22 Aug 1358 in England.

4 Edward I1 (1239-1307) [204]. Born 17 Jun 1239, Westminster, London, England. Marr Eleanor OF CASTILLE 1 Nov 1254, Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. Marr MARGEURITE OF FRANCE 10 Sep 1299. Died 7 Jul 1307, Burgh-On-Sands, Cumberland, England.

He was buried on 28 Oct 1307 in Westminster, London, England. He was married to Queen of England, Castile ELEANOR in 1254.
Children were:
i. England Plantagenet JOAN was born in 1272 in Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. She died on 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England.
ii. England MARGARET was born in 1275. She died in 1318.
iii. England Plantagenet ELIZABETH was born on 7 Aug 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Flint, WALES. She died on 5 May 1316 in Quendon, Essex, ENGLAND. She was buried on 23 May 1316 in Walden Abbey, Herts, England.
iv. King of England EDWARD II Plantagenet.

He was also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots; was King of England from 1272 to 1307.

8 HENRY III (1207-1272) [1008]. Born 1 Oct 1207, Winchester. Died 1272.

9 Eleanor of PROVENCE (1222-1291) [1009]. Born 1222. Died Jun 1291.

5 Eleanor OF CASTILLE1 (1241-1290) [195]. Born 1241, Castile, Spain. Died Nov 1290, Harby, Near Lincoln.

In 1254, English fears of a Castilian invasion of the English province of Gascony induced Edward's father to arrange a politically expedient marriage between his fourteen-year-old son and Eleanor, the half-sister of King Alfonso X of Castile.
Eleanor and Edward were married on 1 November 1254 in the Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. As part of the marriage agreement, the young prince received grants of land worth 15,000 marks a year.
Though the endowments King Henry made were sizeable, they offered Edward little independence. He had already received Gascony as early as 1249, but Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester, had been appointed as royal lieutenant the year before and, consequently, drew its income, so in practice Edward derived neither authority nor revenue from this province. The grant he received in 1254 included most of Ireland, and much land in Wales and England, including the earldom of Chester, but the king retained much control over the land in question, particularly in Ireland, so Edward's power was limited there as well, and the king derived most of the income from those lands.

From 1254 to 1257, Edward was under the influence of his mother's relatives, known as the Savoyards, the most notable of whom was Peter of Savoy, the queen's uncle. After 1257, Edward increasingly fell in with the Poitevin or Lusignan faction — the half-brothers of his father Henry III — led by such men as William de Valence. This association was significant, because the two groups of privileged foreigners were resented by the established English aristocracy, and they would be at the centre of the ensuing years' baronial reform movement.
There were tales of unruly and violent conduct by Edward and his Lusignan kinsmen, which raised questions about the royal heir's personal qualities. The next years would be formative on Edward's character.

Eleanor of Castile was the first queen consort of Edward I of England. She was also Countess of Ponthieu in her own right from 1279 until her death in 1290, succeeding her mother and ruling together with her husband.

Edward married Eleanor at Las Huelgas in Spain (October 1254) and then traveled to Bordeaux to organize his scattered appanage.
Upon her death, Edward erected the famous Eleanor Crosses--several of which still stand--at each place where her coffin rested on its way to London. The best known are at Banbury and Charring (London).

10 Saint FERDINAND III (1199-1252) [454]. Born 5 Aug 1199. Marr Joan of DAMMARTIN. Died 30 May 1252.

King of Castile from 1217 and King of Galicia and León from 1230.

11 Joan of DAMMARTIN (c. 1200-1279) [455]. Born c. 1200. Died 16 Mar 1279, Abbeville.

3 Isabella CAPET1 (1292-1358) [308]. Born 1292, Paris, France. Died 22 Aug 1358.

Sometimes described as the She-wolf of France, she was Queen consort of England as the wife of Edward II of England. She was the youngest surviving child and only surviving daughter of Philip IV of France and Joan I of Navarre. Queen Isabella was notable at the time for her beauty, diplomatic skills and intelligence.

Isabella arrived in England at the age of twelve during a period of growing conflict between the king and the powerful baronial factions. Her new husband was notorious for the patronage he lavished on his favourite, Piers Gaveston, but the queen supported Edward during these early years, forming a working relationship with Piers and using her relationship with the French monarchy to bolster her own authority and power. After the death of Gaveston at the hands of the barons in 1312, however, Edward later turned to a new favourite, Hugh Despenser the younger, and attempted to take revenge on the barons, resulting in the Despenser War and a period of internal repression across England. Isabella could not tolerate Hugh Despenser and by 1325 her marriage to Edward was at a breaking point.

Travelling to France under the guise of a diplomatic mission, Isabella began an affair with Roger Mortimer, and the two agreed to depose Edward and oust the Despenser family. The Queen returned to England with a small mercenary army in 1326; moving rapidly across England, the King's forces deserted him. Isabella deposed Edward, becoming regent on behalf of her son, Edward III. Many have believed that Isabella then arranged the murder of Edward II. Isabella and Mortimer's regime began to crumble, partly because of her lavish spending, but also because the Queen successfully, but unpopularly, resolved long-running problems such as the wars with Scotland.

In 1330, Isabella's son Edward III deposed Mortimer in turn, taking back his authority and executing Isabella's lover. The Queen was not punished, however, and lived for many years in considerable style, although not at Edward III's court, until her death in 1358. Isabella became a popular "femme fatale" figure in plays and literature over the years, usually portrayed as a beautiful but cruel, manipulative figure.

6 Philip IV of FRANCE (1269-1314) [1556]. Born 1269. Died 29 Nov 1314.

7 Joan I of NAVARRE (1273-c. 1305) [1557]. Born 14 Jan 1273. Died c. Apr 1305.

Sources

1History books

Elizabeth (1801- )

1 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

Elizabeth (1791- )

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Elizabeth Hughes, samuel mottram_elizabeth hughes marriage 1810

1 Elizabeth Hughes (1791- ) [806]. Born 1791, Cheshire. Marr Samuel MOTTRAM 15 Oct 1810.

Elizabeth ( - )

1 Elizabeth ( - ) [822].

Ellen (1832- )

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Ellen (Helen) (could be FREEMAN or STEEL or GARDNER?), great grandma wilson

1 Ellen (Helen) (could be FREEMAN or STEEL or GARDNER?) (1832- ) [316]. Born 1832, Northamptonshire Dallington. Marr Richard WILSON. Died.

1911 census - at 8 Maurice Road King's Heath Birmingham with William & Alice.

Eunice LEWIS ( - )

1 Eunice LEWIS ( - ) [714].

Evelyn (c. 1897-c. 1997)

1 Evelyn (c. 1897-c. 1997) [321]. Born c. Oct 1897. Died c. 1997.

Gary ( - )

1 Gary ( - ) [107]. Born. Died.

Gwentlian ( - )

1 Gwentlian ( - ) [872].

Hannah CURTIS ( - )

1 Hannah CURTIS ( - ) [837]. Marr William TANNER 29 Mar 1771, Sidcot.

2 Curtis ( - ) [840].

3 [unnamed person] ( - ) [841].

Hannah LEE (c. 1767- )

1 Hannah LEE (c. 1767- ) [690]. Born c. 1767. Christened 15 Mar 1767, Henbury. Marr Lloyd DAUBENY 1789, Henbury.1

2 William LEE ( -1809) [783]. Died 6 Aug 1809, Henbury.

3 Esther VEYSEY ( -1804) [784]. Died 25 May 1804, Henbury.

Sources

1"Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840".

Henry I of Castile (1204-1217)

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Henry I, Enrique_I_de_Castilla

1 Henry I (1204-1217) [529]. Born 14 Apr 1204. Died 6 Jun 1217.

2 Alfonso VIII of CASTILE ( - ) [533].

3 Eleanor PLANTAGENET ( - ) [530].

6 Henry II of ENGLAND ( - ) [531].

7 Eleanor of AQUITAINE ( - ) [532].

Henry REED (1827-to1871)

1 Henry REED (1827-to1871) [647]. Born 1827, Bristol, Gloucester. Marr Ann BURNELL 1848, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucester. Died to 1871.

3 Charlotte (REED) (1803- ) [646]. Born 1803, Taunton, S.

Shown as a widow in 1851 census, living at Newfoundland Street, St Paul, Bristol (with the Skeet family) - also, Mary Ann REED (b 1834 in Bristol), Servant.

Hester BOYE ( -1777)

1 Hester BOYE ( -1777) [835]. Marr Edward HARWOOD 13 Feb 1726, Sidcot. Died 2 Jan 1777, Frenchay. Buried 7 Jan 1777, Frenchay.

Hester Boye (widow - Frenchay meeting) married Edward Harwood (Frampton Cotterel meeting).

3 Francis ( - ) [1206].

Jane (1783- )

1 Jane (1783- ) [709]. Born 1783, Kildale, North Yorkshire.

Jessica (1989- )

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Mother: Gillian FOSTER, gilln_f

1 Jessica (1989- ) [306]. Born 28 Dec 1989. Died.

2 John AUGER ( - ) [108]. Born. Died.

3 Gillian FOSTER ( - ) [18]. Born. Died.

6 Ian FOSTER (c. 1920- ) [14]. Born c. 1920. Marr Pat NOALAN.

12 Frances Harold FOSTER1 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

13 Ethel MICKLE2 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

7 Pat NOALAN ( - ) [20]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Grave stone & Marriage certificate
2Grave stone & Grand-son

Joanna ( - )

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Father: Edward II, Edward_II_King of_England

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Mother: Isabella CAPET, Isabella_of_France

1 Joanna ( - ) [1010].

2 Edward II1 (1284-1327) [196]. Born 25 Apr 1284, Caernarfon Castle. Marr Isabella CAPET 22 Jan 1307. Died 21 Sep 1327, Berkeley Castle, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England.

King of England EDWARD II Plantagenet was born on 25 Apr 1284 in Caernarfon Castle, Wales. He died on 21 Sep 1327 in Berkeley Castle, England. The Cause of death was that he was murdered by his wife, Isabella (daughter of Philip IV of France).
Queen of England ISABELLA of France was born in 1292 in Paris, Seine, France. She died on 22 Aug 1358 in England.

4 Edward I1 (1239-1307) [204]. Born 17 Jun 1239, Westminster, London, England. Marr Eleanor OF CASTILLE 1 Nov 1254, Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. Marr MARGEURITE OF FRANCE 10 Sep 1299. Died 7 Jul 1307, Burgh-On-Sands, Cumberland, England.

He was buried on 28 Oct 1307 in Westminster, London, England. He was married to Queen of England, Castile ELEANOR in 1254.
Children were:
i. England Plantagenet JOAN was born in 1272 in Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. She died on 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England.
ii. England MARGARET was born in 1275. She died in 1318.
iii. England Plantagenet ELIZABETH was born on 7 Aug 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Flint, WALES. She died on 5 May 1316 in Quendon, Essex, ENGLAND. She was buried on 23 May 1316 in Walden Abbey, Herts, England.
iv. King of England EDWARD II Plantagenet.

He was also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots; was King of England from 1272 to 1307.

8 HENRY III (1207-1272) [1008]. Born 1 Oct 1207, Winchester. Died 1272.

9 Eleanor of PROVENCE (1222-1291) [1009]. Born 1222. Died Jun 1291.

5 Eleanor OF CASTILLE1 (1241-1290) [195]. Born 1241, Castile, Spain. Died Nov 1290, Harby, Near Lincoln.

In 1254, English fears of a Castilian invasion of the English province of Gascony induced Edward's father to arrange a politically expedient marriage between his fourteen-year-old son and Eleanor, the half-sister of King Alfonso X of Castile.
Eleanor and Edward were married on 1 November 1254 in the Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. As part of the marriage agreement, the young prince received grants of land worth 15,000 marks a year.
Though the endowments King Henry made were sizeable, they offered Edward little independence. He had already received Gascony as early as 1249, but Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester, had been appointed as royal lieutenant the year before and, consequently, drew its income, so in practice Edward derived neither authority nor revenue from this province. The grant he received in 1254 included most of Ireland, and much land in Wales and England, including the earldom of Chester, but the king retained much control over the land in question, particularly in Ireland, so Edward's power was limited there as well, and the king derived most of the income from those lands.

From 1254 to 1257, Edward was under the influence of his mother's relatives, known as the Savoyards, the most notable of whom was Peter of Savoy, the queen's uncle. After 1257, Edward increasingly fell in with the Poitevin or Lusignan faction — the half-brothers of his father Henry III — led by such men as William de Valence. This association was significant, because the two groups of privileged foreigners were resented by the established English aristocracy, and they would be at the centre of the ensuing years' baronial reform movement.
There were tales of unruly and violent conduct by Edward and his Lusignan kinsmen, which raised questions about the royal heir's personal qualities. The next years would be formative on Edward's character.

Eleanor of Castile was the first queen consort of Edward I of England. She was also Countess of Ponthieu in her own right from 1279 until her death in 1290, succeeding her mother and ruling together with her husband.

Edward married Eleanor at Las Huelgas in Spain (October 1254) and then traveled to Bordeaux to organize his scattered appanage.
Upon her death, Edward erected the famous Eleanor Crosses--several of which still stand--at each place where her coffin rested on its way to London. The best known are at Banbury and Charring (London).

10 Saint FERDINAND III (1199-1252) [454]. Born 5 Aug 1199. Marr Joan of DAMMARTIN. Died 30 May 1252.

King of Castile from 1217 and King of Galicia and León from 1230.

11 Joan of DAMMARTIN (c. 1200-1279) [455]. Born c. 1200. Died 16 Mar 1279, Abbeville.

3 Isabella CAPET1 (1292-1358) [308]. Born 1292, Paris, France. Died 22 Aug 1358.

Sometimes described as the She-wolf of France, she was Queen consort of England as the wife of Edward II of England. She was the youngest surviving child and only surviving daughter of Philip IV of France and Joan I of Navarre. Queen Isabella was notable at the time for her beauty, diplomatic skills and intelligence.

Isabella arrived in England at the age of twelve during a period of growing conflict between the king and the powerful baronial factions. Her new husband was notorious for the patronage he lavished on his favourite, Piers Gaveston, but the queen supported Edward during these early years, forming a working relationship with Piers and using her relationship with the French monarchy to bolster her own authority and power. After the death of Gaveston at the hands of the barons in 1312, however, Edward later turned to a new favourite, Hugh Despenser the younger, and attempted to take revenge on the barons, resulting in the Despenser War and a period of internal repression across England. Isabella could not tolerate Hugh Despenser and by 1325 her marriage to Edward was at a breaking point.

Travelling to France under the guise of a diplomatic mission, Isabella began an affair with Roger Mortimer, and the two agreed to depose Edward and oust the Despenser family. The Queen returned to England with a small mercenary army in 1326; moving rapidly across England, the King's forces deserted him. Isabella deposed Edward, becoming regent on behalf of her son, Edward III. Many have believed that Isabella then arranged the murder of Edward II. Isabella and Mortimer's regime began to crumble, partly because of her lavish spending, but also because the Queen successfully, but unpopularly, resolved long-running problems such as the wars with Scotland.

In 1330, Isabella's son Edward III deposed Mortimer in turn, taking back his authority and executing Isabella's lover. The Queen was not punished, however, and lived for many years in considerable style, although not at Edward III's court, until her death in 1358. Isabella became a popular "femme fatale" figure in plays and literature over the years, usually portrayed as a beautiful but cruel, manipulative figure.

6 Philip IV of FRANCE (1269-1314) [1556]. Born 1269. Died 29 Nov 1314.

7 Joan I of NAVARRE (1273-c. 1305) [1557]. Born 14 Jan 1273. Died c. Apr 1305.

Sources

1History books

Lauren (1980- )

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Mother: Gillian FOSTER, gilln_f

1 Lauren (1980- ) [305]. Born 1980. Died.

2 John AUGER ( - ) [108]. Born. Died.

3 Gillian FOSTER ( - ) [18]. Born. Died.

6 Ian FOSTER (c. 1920- ) [14]. Born c. 1920. Marr Pat NOALAN.

12 Frances Harold FOSTER1 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

13 Ethel MICKLE2 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

7 Pat NOALAN ( - ) [20]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Grave stone & Marriage certificate
2Grave stone & Grand-son

Lewis TALBOT ( - )

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Father: John TALBOT, 1453, age 67, Battle_of_Castillon

1 Lewis TALBOT ( - ) [618].

Sir.

2 John TALBOT (c. 1386-1453) [617]. Born c. 1386. Marr Margaret BEAUCHAMP 6 Sep 1425. Died 17 Jul 1453, Battle of Castillon near Bordeaux.

John Talbot, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury, 1st Earl of Waterford, 10th Baron Strange of Blackmere, 7th Baron Talbot and 6th Baron Furnivall "jure uxoris" (by right of his wife), known as "Old Talbot" was an important English military commander during the Hundred Years' War, as well as the only Lancastrian Constable of France.

He was appointed in 1445 by Henry VI (as king of France) as Constable of France. Taken hostage at Rouen in 1449 he promised never to wear armour against the French King again, and he was true to his word. He was defeated and killed in 1453 at the Battle of Castillon near Bordeaux, which effectively ended English rule in the duchy of Gascony, a principal cause of the Hundred Years' War. His heart was buried in the doorway of St Alkmund's Church, Whitchurch, Shropshire.

4 Richard TALBOT ( - ) [626].

5 Ankaret le STRANGE ( - ) [627].

3 Margaret BEAUCHAMP (1404-1468) [616]. Born 1404. Died 14 Jun 1468.

During the troubled years of the Wars of the Roses, the dispute frequently passed from litigation to actual violence. Lord Berkeley sacked Margaret's manor at Wotton-under-Edge in Gloucestershire, in return for which her son, the Viscount Lisle, stormed Berkeley Castle (1452) and took him prisoner. Margaret also succeeded in having Lord Berkeley's wife, Isabel Mowbray, committed to prison, where she died that year.


Her great-grandson John Dudley was created Earl of Warwick and subsequently Duke of Northumberland.

She is buried in St Faith under St Paul's at London.

6 Richard de BEAUCHAMP (1382-1439) [612]. Born 23 Jan 1382, Salwarpe in Worcestershire. Died 30 Apr 1439.

Was an English medieval nobleman and military commander.

He was made a Knight of the Garter in around 1405 and acquired quite a reputation for chivalry, and when in 1408 he went on pilgrimage to the Holy Land, he was challenged many times to fight in the sporting combat which was then popular. On the return trip he went through Russia and Eastern Europe, not returning to England until 1410.

12 Thomas de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [613].

13 Margaret FERRERS ( - ) [614].

7 Elizabeth de BERKELEY (c. 1386-1422) [611]. Born c. 1386. Died 28 Dec 1422.

14 Thomas de BERKELEY (c. 1352-1417) [607]. Born c. 1352, Berkeley Castle, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Died 13 Jul 1417.

15 Margaret de LISLE (1360-1392) [608]. Born 1360. Died 1392.

Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1748-1816)

1 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1748-1816) [689]. Born c. 1748. Bap 27 Dec 1748, St James, Bristol. Marr Mary COVENTRY 24 Jan 1770, Trinity Church, NYC. Marr Hannah LEE 1789, Henbury.1 Died 6 May 1816.

Lloyd Daubeny (Jnr) was baptised on 27 Dec 1748 St James, Bristol Parents Lloyd Daubeny & Dulcibella Saxbury werew cousins.
At age 15, he was apprenticed to Uncle Andrew Daubeny as a Skinner which is a dealer in hides.
Lloyd Daubeny emigrated in 1768 (aged 20) - and took £2,500 (value around £160,000 at 2010 prices) to New York.
Lloyd Daubeny - Mar. Lic 23 Dec 1769, Marries Mary Calder nee Coventry on 24 Jan 1770 at Trinity Church, New York City - this church burnt down in a fire of 1776. Mary Daubeny died in 1814.

Grandparents George Daubeny (married Jane Lloyd) - he was a grocer.
Maternal grandparents Dulcibella Lloyd (Jane’s sister) and a Mr Saxbury. Their father John Lloyd owned the St James’ Back properties.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1772, in New York City was selling cloths, persian carpets etc.; European goods and intends to go to England in the summer (1772) - was it just to trade?
Lloyd Daubeny & Mary in 1776, in Brunswick - 1 child baptised here. He had had to leave all his property in NYC due to troubles. He then had to leave Brunswick, Jersey due to evacuation.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1777, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was selling groceries such as madeira, oils, sugar, candles, lemons, limes & hardware from a shop in Front Street Philadelphia (5 doors from coffee house).
June 18 1778 - British evacuate Philadelphia - maybe why he went back to NYC.
Lloyd Daubeny on 4 Feb 1781 in NYC, at a Brick House at 30 Broad Street & corner of Princess St NYC, registered as being sold prior to leaving US.
Lloyd Daubeny on 23 Jan 1782 NYC - holds a closing down sale, with remainder of groceries.
Lloyd Daubeny on 22 April 1782 in NYC, asks for those with accounts with him to have them settled at 30 Broad Street NYC as he is going on next convoy.
Lloyd Daubeny on 28 Oct 1782 in Bristol, met Sir Jarret Smyth ‘going into town & asked him about settlement of ‘their parents real & personal estate, particularly the Freehold estate on St James’ Back consisting of houses (in a hand written letter).
Lloyd Daubeny between 1785 & 1787, is living at Lower Green, St Augustine (shown in Bristol Rate Books).
Dulcibella (his mother) dies in 1787 and in her will, gave him £500 p.a.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1789, Married Hannah Lee at Henbury (Gent of St Augustine in church register) - says he is a widow, which of course, he is not!
Lloyd Daubeny 1797 - lived at 17 Cathay, St Augustine, Bristol (ref: Matthew’s New Bristol Directory).
Lloyd Daubeny 1791-1801 - Father’s children, Wm, Sarah, Mary, Hannah & James detailed in Westbury-on-Trym baptisms.
Lloyd Daubeny 1809 'London Gazette' Debtor - at this time only people in trade could be taken to court, so Lloyd must have been trading in some form or manner before this time.

and owner of large landed estates in St. Lawrence and Otsego Counties, Schuyler’s and other patents, New York, and m. January 24, 1770, Mary Coventry, b. New York City, July 15, 1743, and d. New York City, October 6, 1813 (widow of James Calder, of New York City), daughter of Hon. William Coventry (and Elizabeth Hart, b. January 29, 1722 (O.S.), m. at St. Kitts, West Indies, August 28, 1739, d. New York City, August 22, 1803), b. in England, APril 10, 1715 (O.S.), and removed to the island of St. Christopher, West Indies, and thence to New York City, before 1756, where, as a resident and property-holder in Dock Street, he was for many years one of the magistrates of the city, and d. St. Kitts, West Indies, April 25, 1774; son of Thomas Coventry, third son (brother of Walter Coventry, eldest son, who d. 1717, and William Coventry, Esquire, second son, who, in 1719, as eldest male descendant of Walter, brother of Thomas Coventry, first Baron and lord keeper of the Great Seal, and in accordance with the limitations of the patent, upon failure of issue of Gilbert, fourth Earl of Coventry, the last direct male descendant of Thomas Coventry, the lord keeper aforesaid, succeeded as fifth Earl of Coventry and Viscount Deerhurst, and was in turn succeeded, March 18, 1750, by his eldest son, George William, sixth Earl of Coventry and VIscount Deerhurst, who m. the very celebrated beauty Maria Gunning, daughter of John Gunning, Esq., of Roscommon) of Walter Coventry, brother of Thomas, first Baron Coventry, of Aylesborough, attorney-general to the crown and lord keeper of the Great Seal in 1625, sons of Thomas Conventry, chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas, 1606, a lineal male descendant of John Coventry, who filled the offices of sheriff and lord mayor of the city of London in 1416 and 1425.

Lloyd Daubeney and Mary Coventry, aforesaid, had:

24. Eliza Martin Daubney, third child, but eventual heiress (others d. s. p.), b. October 25, 1779, New York City, bapt. November 10, 1779, by Rev. Mr. Inglis, rector Holy Trinity Church, New York, d. New York City and buried Waddell vault; m. November 8, 1800 (by Rev. Dr. Benjamin Moore), Captain Henry Waddell, of New York City, b. New York City, March 31, 1767, will dated May 9, 1815, d. New York City, July 13, 1819, buried Waddell vault, eldest and only surviving son of Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, of New York City, and his wife, Geesie Filkin, m. at her father’s residence, Pearl Street, New York, April 5, 1761.

Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, aforesaid, was b. New York City, July 26, 1737 (O.S.), and was one of the alderman and magistrates of the same prior to the Revolution, during which he served as lieutenant-colonel of a loyalist regiment in New York City, commission dated October 23, 1776, and thereafter removing to London, d. there July 27, 1813, and there buried. He was eldest son of Captain John Waddell, b. Dover, Kent, England, October 3, 1714, and removed to New York City about 1735, d. there May 29, 1762, in his home on Dock Street (purchased from William Coventry, aforesaid), and buried Waddell vault, Holy Trinity Church, New York City, will dated October 9, 1760 (and his wife Anne, daughter of William Kirten, of New York City), eldest son of Lieutenant William Waddell, of the British navy, who lost his right arm in the service in burning the Spanish fleet at Vigo, Spain, b. Edinburgh, North Britain, and d. Dover, England, son of Captain John Waddell, “of Stebenheath in ye County of Middlesex, Esq., now Captn. of ye Rainbowe, a principall Ship of his ma’ties Navie Royall,” who had arms granted to “him and his posteritie, with their due differences, forever,” May 3, 1627 (copy of original grant on file Herald’s College, London), for great naval victories in the Persian Gulf and Straits of Ormus, temp. 1622. It is notable that this same vessel was one of the fleet (and third in point of size) which repelled the Spanish Armada, temp. 1588, and that in the engagement, in which Captain Waddell commanded against Kishm and Ormus, the great navigator Baffin was one of the Englishmen to lose their lives.

2 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1718-1754) [787]. Born c. 1718. Christened 9 Nov 1718. Died 22 Dec 1754, St James, Bristol.

In PR as Mr buried in pavement of St James, Bristol

Lloyd, the second son of George I and Jane was born in Bristol and also baptised in St. Nicholas' Church on 9 November 1718.
On 9 December 1734, just after his sixteenth birthday, he was apprenticed for seven years, as a distiller, to Thomas Bagnold and his wife Ann.
He became a Freeman of the City of Bristol on 14 November 1739 as the 'son of George Daubeny, grocer'.
Lloyd took his younger brother, James, as an apprentice on 13 January 1742.
George I found employment for Lloyd in the Temple Street distillery.
On completion of his apprenticeship, Lloyd settled down and married Dulcibella Saxbury, a cousin, on 4 February 1742 at the Church of St. James, Bristol.
They had eight children:
As can be seen, most of Lloyd and Dulcibella's children died very young.

4 George DAUBENY (c. 1687-1741) [789]. Born c. 1687, Buckshaw Hill, Holwell, Somerset. Christened 5 Jul 1687, Bishop's Caundle. Marr Jane LLOYD 3 Apr 1712. Buried 28 Feb 1740, St. James' Church, Bristol. Died Feb 1741.

In 1701 George Daubeny moved from Dorset to the thriving port and City of Bristol.
At the age of sixteen he was apprenticed as a grocer to Dawbeny Buckler for seven years. There was no premium, a usual feature of such an agreement, presumably because of the family nature of the apprenticeship.
In 1710, aged twenty-three, he completed his apprenticeship and became a Freeman of Bristol. It is likely that he went into partnership with his master, Dawbeny Buckler, as George was Buckler's last apprentice and possible successor.
He founded a business of sugar refining and distilling which was headed by successive generations of Daubenys.
After Buckler's death, in 1719, George ran the store with hired labour under his own supervision. At the same time he entered the sugar world as a clerk at the Temple Street sugarhouse of David Macie & Co. George showed himself to be a good judge of the economic climate of Bristol. He made shrewd observations about industrial developments and the growth of the sugar industry and its associated subsidiary
— the distillation of rum, brandies, strong waters and vinegar — all connected with the sugar interests in the West Indies.
Within five years of his employment in the Temple Street refinery, George was a partner in the sugarhouse as well as the attached distillery. Before his fiftieth birthday he was also the owner of the sugar bakery at Halliers Lane.
George had become a prosperous and wealthy man. Perhaps the secret of his success was his ability to keep the business ?within the family'. As has been noted, his second apprentice was Charles Abington who married his sister Jane. After completing his apprenticeship, Abington and George jointly undertook the training of Robert Bridle as a grocer. Bridle was the son of a Dorset gentleman from Leigh.
On the completion of Bridle's training and when he became a Freeman, he entered the Halliers Lane firm as a clerk and George made him a trustee with his son George Daubeny II.
In 1748 the firm was trading as ?Daubeny and Bridle'. The family association was clearly strong since one of the great grandsons of George I had Bridle included in his name — Dr. Charles Giles Bridle Daubeny FRS [p124].



George III was a notorious politician and a founding partner of The Bristol Bank.
George Walters Daubeny was the last of the Bristol Daubenys.

The Daubeny family was of direct Norman descent in the male line, and the head of the South Petherton branch was successively Baron Daubeny by tenure, by writ of summons to parliament (c. 1295-1486) and by letters patent (1486-1548). The last of this line was Henry Lord Daubeny, later Earl of Bridgewater, who died without issue in 1548; his Uncle and heir, James Daubeny of Wayford, never laid claim to the barony.. Later Daubenys had distinguished careers in the Church and the army. Col. Henry Daubeny, 1779-1853, the father of H.C.B.D., who was also a keen genealogist, collected information concerning the Daubeny family and the related family of Hungerford, and compiled a manuscript pedigree (ACC/1096/041). His son continued his work on the pedigree with additions and corrections, and it was printed in 1884, but only as far as 1841. H.C.B.D. also arranged for the restoration of family tombs at South Petherton, Somerset, and Westminster Abbey. He collected material relating to families connected with the Daubenys by marriage (Hichens, Barnston, and Carpenter) and by name (the D'albinis, Delbenne and Theodore Agrippa D'Aubigne, grandfather of Madame de Maintenon). A recognised authority on the history of the family, he was consulted for advice and information by other Daubenys. Many members of the family took an active interest in the subject, not only in his lifetime, but also after his death, as can be seen in the correspondence concerning Philip D'Aubigni the Crusader (ACC/1086/130-137) and the shields of the barons of Magna Carta (ACC/1096/130-137). After his death the manuscript pedigree (ACC/1096/41) received further limited additions.

8 Andrew DAUBENY (c. 1653-1734) [791]. Born c. 1653. Christened 14 Apr 1653, Little Cheney, Dorset. Died 12 Sep 1734, Pulham, Dorset.

9 Sarah BLACKALL (c. 1660- ) [792]. Born c. 1660. Christened 1660, Britnell, Oxon.

5 Jane LLOYD (c. 1689-1761) [790]. Born c. 1689. Christened 1689, St James, Bristol. Died 15 Sep 1761, St James, Bristol.

10 John LLOYD ( - ) [1435].

Owned the St James’ Back properties.

3 Dulcibella SAXBURY (c. 1722-1787) [788]. Born c. 1722. Christened 1772. Died 1787.

Sources

1"Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840".

Mary (1857- )

1 Mary (1857- ) [551]. Born 1857, Liverpool. Marr Arthur BURNS 1884.

Mary (1850- )

1 Mary (1850- ) [496]. Born 1850, Conway, Caernarvonshire, Wales.

from 1881 census, lived at 2, Challinon Ter, Great Boughton.

Mary ( - )

1 Mary ( - ) [782]. Marr Henry SHIELD 12 May 1829, Portishead Quaker.

Marriage witnesses: Woolen drapers of George/Lydia. Dau of Henry/Mary - Portishead Friends Meeting House, 11 St Mary’s Road, Portishead, Bristol, BS20 6QP.

Mary ( - )

1 Mary ( - ) [1191].

Matilda WATKINS (1865- )

1 Matilda WATKINS (1865- ) [728]. Born 1865, Bryngun Radnorshire V. Marr Robert TRUMPER frm 1 Jul 1883 to 30 Sep 1883, Kington, Herefordshire.

Mimi ( - )

1 Mimi ( - ) [56]. Born. Died.

Muriel ( - )

1 Muriel ( - ) [997].

Orinthea ( - )

1 Orinthea ( - ) [717].

Pamela DAVIES ( - )

1 Pamela DAVIES ( - ) [723]. Marr Ralph CHAMBERS frm 1 Apr 1948 to 30 Jun 1948, Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset.

2 Stephen DAVIES ( - ) [726]. Marr Ellen Gwendoline TRUMPER 1921.

Marriage registration district: Kington; County: Herefordshire
Volume no: 6A; Page no: 1163.

3 Ellen Gwendoline TRUMPER (1898- ) [725]. Born 1898, Kington, Herefordshire.

6 Robert TRUMPER (1866- ) [727]. Born 1866, Eardisley Hereford. Marr Matilda WATKINS frm 1 Jul 1883 to 30 Sep 1883, Kington, Herefordshire.

In 1911 Census, lived at: The Green Eardisley Hereford.

7 Matilda WATKINS (1865- ) [728]. Born 1865, Bryngun Radnorshire V.

Rachel ( - )

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Mother: Suzanne FOSTER, suzn_f

1 Rachel ( - ) [307]. Born. Died.

2 Gary ( - ) [107]. Born. Died.

3 Suzanne FOSTER ( - ) [19]. Born. Died.

6 Ian FOSTER (c. 1920- ) [14]. Born c. 1920. Marr Pat NOALAN.

12 Frances Harold FOSTER1 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

13 Ethel MICKLE2 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

7 Pat NOALAN ( - ) [20]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Grave stone & Marriage certificate
2Grave stone & Grand-son

Richard GRAY (1941- )

1 Richard GRAY (1941- ) [12]. Born 21 Dec 1941. Marr Mary JAMES 17 Dec 1963.

2 Bertram Allen GRAY (c. 1892-1981) [34]. Born c. 1892, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died 1981.

Bertram's first wife was Milly, mother of Edward (Ted) Gray, who was adopted by Avon James Gray and Mabel Wilson
Kings Norton

In 1911 census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath, Worcestershire - Apprentice.

4 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

8 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

9 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

5 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

10 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

11 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

3 Dorothy (Dolly) WILSON1 (1902-1981) [35]. Born 19 Apr 1902, Kingsheath Birmingham. Died 12 Aug 1981, Birmingham.

Second wife of Bertram Allen Gray (first wife was Milly).

6 William Clifford WILSON (1861- ) [58]. Born 1861, Northampton, Northamptonshire. Marr Alice Clara BULL 1881, Kings Norton, Worcestershire.

12 Richard WILSON (1836- ) [315]. Born 1836, Yorkshire. Marr Ellen (Helen) (could be FREEMAN or STEEL or GARDNER?). Died.

In 1871 Census lived at 63 Essington street, Birmingham.

13 Ellen (Helen) (could be FREEMAN or STEEL or GARDNER?) (1832- ) [316]. Born 1832, Northamptonshire Dallington. Died.

1911 census - at 8 Maurice Road King's Heath Birmingham with William & Alice.

7 Alice Clara BULL (1862-1927) [59]. Born 1862, Sussex Brighton. Died 20 May 1927.

14 BULL ( - ) [313]. Born. Died.

15 [unnamed person] ( - ) [314]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Daughter - D B Gray

unknown (c. 1815- )

1 unknown (c. 1815- ) [667]. Born c. 1815. Marr Peter BERNSTEIN 1840, Poland.

Unknown ( - )

1 Unknown ( - ) [1169].

Xaviera ( - )

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Mother: Michele HOPKINS, Michele

1 Xaviera ( - ) [304]. Born. Died.

2 Gary ( - ) [276]. Born. Died.

3 Michele HOPKINS ( - ) [202]. Born. Died.

6 Eric J HOPKINS (1937- ) [200]. Born 1937, Dartford. Marr Daphne W ROGERS 1962, Sidcup, Kent. Died.

12 Henry HOPKINS (1904-1978) [199]. Born 10 Dec 1904. Marr Daisy SALISBURY c. 1933, Dartford. Died 1978, Dover, Kent.

In 1911 census, lived at; 6 Shermanbury Place, Erith, Dartford, Kent.

13 Daisy SALISBURY (1899-1977) [198]. Born 17 Jun 1899, Manchester (Union Workhouse, Salford). Died 1977, Dover, Kent.

In 1911 census, was shown as Salisbury - age 6; Mother Mary Ellen married Thomas 2 years earlier (in 1909)
in 1901 census, Daisy Salisbury (born in Salford, Lancashire) and Harry Salisbury (born in Chester, Cheshire) are shown as Boarders with Robert and Harriett Turner, at 14, Harriet Street, Broughton, Lancashire.

7 Daphne W ROGERS (1940- ) [203]. Born 1940, Dartford. Died.

Yvette ( - )

1 Yvette ( - ) [478]. Born. Marr Richard LONDON. Died.

Yvette ( - )

1 Yvette ( - ) [524].

( - )

1 [unnamed person] ( - ) [273]. Born. Died.

Esther ( - )

1 Esther ( - ) [98]. Born. Died.

Second wife of Avon Gray (his first wife was Valerie).

Gary ( - )

1 Gary ( - ) [276]. Born. Died.

Alice ( -1781)

1 Alice ( -1781) [381]. Born. Died 1781.

Andrew ( - )

1 Andrew ( - ) [247]. Born. Died.

2 Ken ( - ) [245]. Born. Died.

3 Christine WILSON ( - ) [206]. Born. Died.

6 Clifford WILSON ( - ) [71]. Born. Died.

12 Clifford Augustus (Gus) WILSON (1882- ) [60]. Born 1882. Marr Louise FREEMAN 1909. Died.

13 Louise FREEMAN (1881- ) [70]. Born 1881. Died.

7 Peggy ( - ) [205].

Elizabeth ( - )

1 Elizabeth ( - ) [231]. Born. Died.

Enid ( - )

1 Enid ( - ) [228]. Born. Died.

Imray ( - )

1 Imray ( - ) [256]. Born. Died.

Jean ( - )

1 Jean ( - ) [221]. Born. Died.

Ken ( - )

1 Ken ( - ) [245]. Born. Died.

Milly ( - )

1 Milly ( - ) [93]. Born. Died.

First wife of Bertram Allen Gray.

Olivia ( - )

1 Olivia ( - ) [255]. Born. Died.

Peggy ( - )

1 Peggy ( - ) [205].

Sarah COCKAYNE ( - )

1 Sarah Helen COCKAYNE ( - ) [234]. Born. Marr Christopher ORME 19 Jan 1996, Sheffield. Died.

Susie ( - )

1 Susie ( - ) [246]. Born. Died.

2 Ken ( - ) [245]. Born. Died.

3 Christine WILSON ( - ) [206]. Born. Died.

6 Clifford WILSON ( - ) [71]. Born. Died.

12 Clifford Augustus (Gus) WILSON (1882- ) [60]. Born 1882. Marr Louise FREEMAN 1909. Died.

13 Louise FREEMAN (1881- ) [70]. Born 1881. Died.

7 Peggy ( - ) [205].

Valerie ( - )

1 Valerie ( - ) [97]. Born. Died.

First wife of Avon Gray.

King Edward I Plantagenet (1239-1307)

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Edward I, edward_1

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Father: HENRY III, Henry_III

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Mother: Eleanor of PROVENCE, Eleonor_Provence

1 Edward I1 (1239-1307) [204]. Born 17 Jun 1239, Westminster, London, England. Marr Eleanor OF CASTILLE 1 Nov 1254, Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. Marr MARGEURITE OF FRANCE 10 Sep 1299. Died 7 Jul 1307, Burgh-On-Sands, Cumberland, England.

He was buried on 28 Oct 1307 in Westminster, London, England. He was married to Queen of England, Castile ELEANOR in 1254.
Children were:
i. England Plantagenet JOAN was born in 1272 in Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. She died on 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England.
ii. England MARGARET was born in 1275. She died in 1318.
iii. England Plantagenet ELIZABETH was born on 7 Aug 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Flint, WALES. She died on 5 May 1316 in Quendon, Essex, ENGLAND. She was buried on 23 May 1316 in Walden Abbey, Herts, England.
iv. King of England EDWARD II Plantagenet.

He was also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots; was King of England from 1272 to 1307.

2 HENRY III (1207-1272) [1008]. Born 1 Oct 1207, Winchester. Died 1272.

4 John LACKLAND (c. 1166-c. 1216) [1586]. Born c. Dec 1166. Marr Isabella, Countess of ANGOULÊME 1200. Died c. Oct 1216.

John (24 December 1166 – 18/19 October 1216), also known as John Lackland (French: Jean Sansterre), was King of England from 6 April 1199 until his death. During John's reign, England lost the duchy of Normandy to King Philip II of France, which resulted in the collapse of most of the Angevin Empire and contributed to the subsequent growth in power of the Capetian dynasty during the 13th century. The baronial revolt at the end of John's reign led to the signing of the Magna Carta, a document often considered to be an early step in the evolution of the constitution of the United Kingdom.

John, the youngest of five sons of King Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine, was at first not expected to inherit significant lands. Following the failed rebellion of his elder brothers between 1173 and 1174, however, John became Henry's favourite child. He was appointed the Lord of Ireland in 1177 and given lands in England and on the continent. John's elder brothers William, Henry and Geoffrey died young; by the time Richard I became king in 1189, John was a potential heir to the throne. John unsuccessfully attempted a rebellion against Richard's royal administrators whilst his brother was participating in the Third Crusade. Despite this, after Richard died in 1199, John was proclaimed king of England, and came to an agreement with Philip II of France to recognise John's possession of the continental Angevin lands at the peace treaty of Le Goulet in 1200.

8 Henry II (1133-1189) [1587]. Born 5 Mar 1133. Marr Eleanor of AQUITAINE 18 May 1152. Died 6 Jul 1189.

Henry II (5 March 1133 - 6 July 1189), also known as Henry Curtmantle, Henry FitzEmpress or Henry Plantagenet, ruled as King of England (1154–89), Count of Anjou, Count of Maine, Duke of Normandy, Duke of Aquitaine, Count of Nantes, and Lord of Ireland and, at various times, controlled Wales, Scotland and Brittany. Henry was born to Geoffrey of Anjou and Matilda, who claimed the title of Empress from her first marriage. He became actively involved in his mother's efforts to claim the throne of England by the age of 14, and was made the Duke of Normandy at 17. He inherited Anjou in 1151 and shortly afterwards married Eleanor of Aquitaine, whose marriage to the French king Louis VII had recently been annulled. Henry's military expedition to England in 1153 led to King Stephen agreeing to a peace treaty in 1153 and Henry inheriting the kingdom on Stephen's death a year later. Still quite young, he now controlled what would later be called the Angevin empire stretching across much of western Europe.

Henry was an energetic and sometimes ruthless ruler, driven by a desire to restore the lands and privileges of his royal grandfather, Henry I of England. During the early years of the younger Henry's reign he restored the royal administration in England, re-established hegemony over Wales and gained full control over his lands in Anjou, Maine and Touraine. Henry soon came into conflict with Louis VII and the two rulers fought what has been termed a "Cold War" over several decades. Henry expanded his empire, often at Louis's expense, taking Brittany, pushing east into central France and south into Toulouse; despite numerous peace conferences and treaties no permanent peace was reached. Meanwhile, Henry undertook various legal reforms in both England and Normandy, establishing the basis for the future English Common Law, and reformed the royal finances and currency. Although Henry usually worked well with the local hierarchies of the Church, his desire to control and reform the relationship between the Church in England led to conflict with his former friend, the Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Becket. This controversy lasted for much of the 1160s and resulted in Becket's death in 1170, for which Henry was widely blamed.

As Henry's reign progressed he had many children with Eleanor and tensions over the future inheritance of the empire began to emerge, encouraged by first Louis VII and then Louis's son and successor Philip Augustus. In 1173 Henry's then eldest son, Henry, usually known as "Young Henry", rebelled in protest at his treatment by Henry; he was joined by his brothers Richard, Geoffrey and by their mother, Eleanor. France, Scotland, Flanders and Boulogne allied with the rebels against Henry. The Great Revolt spread across Henry's lands and was only defeated by Henry's vigorous military action and talented local commanders, many of them "new men" appointed for their loyalty and administrative skills. Henry was mostly generous in victory and appeared at the height of his powers. Young Henry and Geoffrey revolted again in 1183, however, resulting in Young Henry's death. Despite invading Ireland to provide lands for his youngest son John, Henry struggled to find ways to satisfy all his sons' desires for land and immediate power. Philip successfully played on Richard's fears that Henry would make John king and a final rebellion broke out in 1189. Decisively defeated by Philip and Richard and suffering from a bleeding ulcer, Henry retreated to Chinon in Anjou where he died.

Henry's empire did not long outlast him and collapsed during the reign of his youngest son John. Many of the changes Henry introduced during his long rule, however, had major long-term consequences. Henry's legal changes are generally considered to have laid down the basis for the English Common Law, while his intervention in Brittany, Wales and Scotland had a significant long-term impact on the development of their societies and governmental systems. Historical interpretations of Henry's reign have changed considerably over time. In the 18th century, scholars argued that Henry was a driving force in the creation of a genuinely English monarchy and, ultimately, a unified Britain. Victorian historians expressed more concern over the king's private life and treatment of Becket, but - influenced by the emergence of the British empire - were keenly interested in the formation of Henry's own empire. Late twentieth century historians have focused on combining British and French historical accounts of Henry, challenging earlier Anglocentric interpretations of his reign.

9 Eleanor of AQUITAINE (c. 1123-1204) [1590]. Born c. 1123. Marr Louis VII of FRANCE 12 Jul 1137. Died 31 Mar 1204.

Eleanor of Aquitaine (in French: Aliénor d’Aquitaine, Éléonore de Guyenne) (1122 or 1124 - 1 April 1204) was one of the wealthiest and most powerful women in Western Europe during the High Middle Ages. As well as being Duchess of Aquitaine in her own right, she was queen consort of France (1137–1152) and of England (1154–1189). She was the patroness of such literary figures as Wace, Benoît de Sainte-Maure, and Bernart de Ventadorn.

Eleanor succeeded her father as suo jure Duchess of Aquitaine and Countess of Poitiers at the age of fifteen, and thus became the most eligible bride in Europe. Three months after her accession, she married Louis VII, son and junior co-ruler of her guardian, King Louis The Fat. As Queen of France, she participated in the unsuccessful Second Crusade. Soon after the Crusade was over, Eleanor sought an annulment of her marriage[2] but was rejected by Pope Eugene III.[3] However, after the birth of Alix, another daughter, Louis agreed to an annulment.[4] The marriage was annulled on 11 March 1152, on the grounds of consanguinity within the fourth degree. Their daughters were declared legitimate and custody was awarded to Louis, while Eleanor's lands were restored to her.

As soon as the annulment was granted, Eleanor became engaged to Henry Plantagenet, Count of Anjou and Duke of Normandy, her cousin within the third degree, who was nine years younger than her. The couple married on 18 May 1152, eight weeks after the annulment of Eleanor's first marriage. On 25 October 1154, Henry ascended the throne of the Kingdom of England, making Eleanor Queen of the English. Over the next thirteen years, she bore Henry eight children: five sons, two of whom would become king, and three daughters. However, Henry and Eleanor eventually became estranged. She was imprisoned between 1173 and 1189 for supporting her son Henry's revolt against her husband.

Eleanor was widowed on 6 July 1189. Her husband was succeeded by their son, Richard I, who immediately released his mother. Now queen dowager, Eleanor acted as a regent for her son while he went off on the Third Crusade. Eleanor survived her son Richard and lived well into the reign of her youngest son John. By the time of her death she had outlived all of her children except for King John and Eleanor, Queen of Castile.

5 Isabella, Countess of GLOUCESTER (c. 1173-1217) [1605]. Born c. 1173. Died 14 Oct 1217.

3 Eleanor of PROVENCE (1222-1291) [1009]. Born 1222. Died Jun 1291.

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Joan ACRE Plantagenet (1272-1307)

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Joan of ACRE, Joan of Acre

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Father: Edward I, edward_1

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Mother: Eleanor OF CASTILLE, Eleonor of Castille

1 Joan of ACRE (1272-1307) [194]. Born Apr 1272, Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. Marr Gilbert DE CLARE c. 1290. Marr Ralph de MONTHERMER 1297. Died 23 Apr 1307, Clare, Suffolk, England.

The daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. The name "Acre" derives from her birthplace in the Holy Land while her parents were on a crusade.

She was married twice; her first husband was Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, one of the most powerful nobles in her father's kingdom; her second husband was Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in her household whom she married in secrecy.

Joan is most notable for the claim that miracles have allegedly taken place at her grave, and for the multiple references of her in literature.

2 Edward I1 (1239-1307) [204]. Born 17 Jun 1239, Westminster, London, England. Marr Eleanor OF CASTILLE 1 Nov 1254, Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. Marr MARGEURITE OF FRANCE 10 Sep 1299. Died 7 Jul 1307, Burgh-On-Sands, Cumberland, England.

He was buried on 28 Oct 1307 in Westminster, London, England. He was married to Queen of England, Castile ELEANOR in 1254.
Children were:
i. England Plantagenet JOAN was born in 1272 in Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. She died on 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England.
ii. England MARGARET was born in 1275. She died in 1318.
iii. England Plantagenet ELIZABETH was born on 7 Aug 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Flint, WALES. She died on 5 May 1316 in Quendon, Essex, ENGLAND. She was buried on 23 May 1316 in Walden Abbey, Herts, England.
iv. King of England EDWARD II Plantagenet.

He was also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots; was King of England from 1272 to 1307.

4 HENRY III (1207-1272) [1008]. Born 1 Oct 1207, Winchester. Died 1272.

8 John LACKLAND (c. 1166-c. 1216) [1586]. Born c. Dec 1166. Marr Isabella, Countess of ANGOULÊME 1200. Died c. Oct 1216.

John (24 December 1166 – 18/19 October 1216), also known as John Lackland (French: Jean Sansterre), was King of England from 6 April 1199 until his death. During John's reign, England lost the duchy of Normandy to King Philip II of France, which resulted in the collapse of most of the Angevin Empire and contributed to the subsequent growth in power of the Capetian dynasty during the 13th century. The baronial revolt at the end of John's reign led to the signing of the Magna Carta, a document often considered to be an early step in the evolution of the constitution of the United Kingdom.

John, the youngest of five sons of King Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine, was at first not expected to inherit significant lands. Following the failed rebellion of his elder brothers between 1173 and 1174, however, John became Henry's favourite child. He was appointed the Lord of Ireland in 1177 and given lands in England and on the continent. John's elder brothers William, Henry and Geoffrey died young; by the time Richard I became king in 1189, John was a potential heir to the throne. John unsuccessfully attempted a rebellion against Richard's royal administrators whilst his brother was participating in the Third Crusade. Despite this, after Richard died in 1199, John was proclaimed king of England, and came to an agreement with Philip II of France to recognise John's possession of the continental Angevin lands at the peace treaty of Le Goulet in 1200.

9 Isabella, Countess of GLOUCESTER (c. 1173-1217) [1605]. Born c. 1173. Died 14 Oct 1217.

5 Eleanor of PROVENCE (1222-1291) [1009]. Born 1222. Died Jun 1291.

3 Eleanor OF CASTILLE1 (1241-1290) [195]. Born 1241, Castile, Spain. Died Nov 1290, Harby, Near Lincoln.

In 1254, English fears of a Castilian invasion of the English province of Gascony induced Edward's father to arrange a politically expedient marriage between his fourteen-year-old son and Eleanor, the half-sister of King Alfonso X of Castile.
Eleanor and Edward were married on 1 November 1254 in the Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. As part of the marriage agreement, the young prince received grants of land worth 15,000 marks a year.
Though the endowments King Henry made were sizeable, they offered Edward little independence. He had already received Gascony as early as 1249, but Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester, had been appointed as royal lieutenant the year before and, consequently, drew its income, so in practice Edward derived neither authority nor revenue from this province. The grant he received in 1254 included most of Ireland, and much land in Wales and England, including the earldom of Chester, but the king retained much control over the land in question, particularly in Ireland, so Edward's power was limited there as well, and the king derived most of the income from those lands.

From 1254 to 1257, Edward was under the influence of his mother's relatives, known as the Savoyards, the most notable of whom was Peter of Savoy, the queen's uncle. After 1257, Edward increasingly fell in with the Poitevin or Lusignan faction — the half-brothers of his father Henry III — led by such men as William de Valence. This association was significant, because the two groups of privileged foreigners were resented by the established English aristocracy, and they would be at the centre of the ensuing years' baronial reform movement.
There were tales of unruly and violent conduct by Edward and his Lusignan kinsmen, which raised questions about the royal heir's personal qualities. The next years would be formative on Edward's character.

Eleanor of Castile was the first queen consort of Edward I of England. She was also Countess of Ponthieu in her own right from 1279 until her death in 1290, succeeding her mother and ruling together with her husband.

Edward married Eleanor at Las Huelgas in Spain (October 1254) and then traveled to Bordeaux to organize his scattered appanage.
Upon her death, Edward erected the famous Eleanor Crosses--several of which still stand--at each place where her coffin rested on its way to London. The best known are at Banbury and Charring (London).

6 Saint FERDINAND III (1199-1252) [454]. Born 5 Aug 1199. Marr Joan of DAMMARTIN. Died 30 May 1252.

King of Castile from 1217 and King of Galicia and León from 1230.

12 Alfonso IX of LEÓN (1171-c. 1230) [597]. Born 15 Aug 1171. Died c. 23 Sep 1230.

Was king of León and Galicia from the death of his father Ferdinand II in 1188 until his own death. According to Ibn Khaldun, he is said to have been called the Baboso or Slobberer because he was subject to fits of rage during which he foamed at the mouth.

13 Doña BERENGUELA (1180-1246) [457]. Born 1180. Marr Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ 1197. Died 8 Nov 1246.

7 Joan of DAMMARTIN (c. 1200-1279) [455]. Born c. 1200. Died 16 Mar 1279, Abbeville.

14 Simon of DAMMARTIN (1180-1239) [595]. Born 1180. Died 21 Sep 1239.

15 Marie of PONTHIEU (1199-1251) [596]. Born 17 Apr 1199. Died 1251.

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Senny ALDAM (1885-1959)

1 Senny ALDAM (1885-1959) [661]. Born 1885, Liverpool. Marr Frederick William BERNSTEIN 10 Oct 1909, St. Alban Church, Bevington, Liverpool. Died 1959.

Emily ALLEN (1857- )

1 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Marr Avon GRAY 5 Feb 1885. Died.

2 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

3 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

James ALLEN (1822- )

1 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Beatrice ANDREWS (1888-1967)

1 Beatrice May (Trixie) ANDREWS (1888-1967) [73]. Born 1888. Died 1967.

Sarah (HADLAND?) (1826- )

1 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Eleanor AQUITAINE ( - )

1 Eleanor of AQUITAINE ( - ) [532].

Jane ARUNDEL ( - )

1 Jane ARUNDEL ( - ) [895].

Elizabeth ARUNDELL (1693-1743)

1 Elizabeth ARUNDELL (1693-1743) [937]. Born 15 Sep 1693. Died 24 Jun 1743.

2 Henry ARUNDELL ( -1726) [935]. Marr Elizabeth PANTON Aug 1691. Died 9 Apr 1726.

4 Thomas ARUNDELL (1633- ) [933]. Born 1633.

8 Henry ARUNDELL (1607- ) [931]. Born 1607.

9 Cicely COMPTON ( - ) [932].

5 Margaret SPENCER ( - ) [934].

3 Elizabeth PANTON ( - ) [936].

Elizabeth ARUNDELL ( - )

1 Elizabeth ARUNDELL ( - ) [917].

2 Thomas ARUNDELL (1452-1485) [918]. Born 1452, Lanherne, Cornwall. Died 11 Oct 1485, Lanherne, Cornwall.

3 Catherine DINHAM (1453- ) [919]. Born 1453, Nutwell, Devon.

Henry ARUNDELL 5th Lord Wardour ( -1726)

1 Henry ARUNDELL ( -1726) [935]. Marr Elizabeth PANTON Aug 1691. Died 9 Apr 1726.

2 Thomas ARUNDELL (1633- ) [933]. Born 1633.

4 Henry ARUNDELL (1607- ) [931]. Born 1607.

8 Thomas ARUNDELL (1586-1643) [929]. Born 1586. Died 19 May 1643.

9 Blanche SOMERSET (1584- ) [930]. Born 1584.

5 Cicely COMPTON ( - ) [932].

3 Margaret SPENCER ( - ) [934].

Henry ARUNDELL 3rd Lord of Wardour (1607- )

1 Henry ARUNDELL (1607- ) [931]. Born 1607.

2 Thomas ARUNDELL (1586-1643) [929]. Born 1586. Died 19 May 1643.

4 Thomas ARUNDELL (1560-1639) [927]. Born 1560. Marr Maria WRIOTHESLEY 1583. Died 7 Nov 1639.

8 Matthew ARUNDELL ( - ) [925].

9 Margaret WILLOUGHBY ( - ) [926].

5 Maria WRIOTHESLEY ( - ) [928].

3 Blanche SOMERSET (1584- ) [930]. Born 1584.

John ARUNDELL Of Laherne (1474-1545)

1 John ARUNDELL (1474-1545) [920]. Born 1474, Lanherne, Cornwall. Marr Eleanor GREY 1499, Lanherne, Cornwall. Died 8 Feb 1545, Roscarrock, Cornwall.

2 Thomas ARUNDELL (1452-1485) [918]. Born 1452, Lanherne, Cornwall. Died 11 Oct 1485, Lanherne, Cornwall.

3 Catherine DINHAM (1453- ) [919]. Born 1453, Nutwell, Devon.

John ARUNDELL ( - )

1 John ARUNDELL ( - ) [923].

2 John ARUNDELL (1474-1545) [920]. Born 1474, Lanherne, Cornwall. Marr Eleanor GREY 1499, Lanherne, Cornwall. Died 8 Feb 1545, Roscarrock, Cornwall.

4 Thomas ARUNDELL (1452-1485) [918]. Born 1452, Lanherne, Cornwall. Died 11 Oct 1485, Lanherne, Cornwall.

5 Catherine DINHAM (1453- ) [919]. Born 1453, Nutwell, Devon.

3 Eleanor GREY (1481- ) [921]. Born 1481, Groby, Leics.

Matthew ARUNDELL ( - )

1 Matthew ARUNDELL ( - ) [925].

2 Thomas ARUNDELL (1502- ) [922]. Born 1502, Wardour, Wilts.

4 John ARUNDELL (1474-1545) [920]. Born 1474, Lanherne, Cornwall. Marr Eleanor GREY 1499, Lanherne, Cornwall. Died 8 Feb 1545, Roscarrock, Cornwall.

8 Thomas ARUNDELL (1452-1485) [918]. Born 1452, Lanherne, Cornwall. Died 11 Oct 1485, Lanherne, Cornwall.

9 Catherine DINHAM (1453- ) [919]. Born 1453, Nutwell, Devon.

5 Eleanor GREY (1481- ) [921]. Born 1481, Groby, Leics.

3 Margaret HOWARD (1512- ) [924]. Born 1512, Tisbury, Wilts.

Thomas ARUNDELL 4th Lord of Wardour (1633- )

1 Thomas ARUNDELL (1633- ) [933]. Born 1633.

2 Henry ARUNDELL (1607- ) [931]. Born 1607.

4 Thomas ARUNDELL (1586-1643) [929]. Born 1586. Died 19 May 1643.

8 Thomas ARUNDELL (1560-1639) [927]. Born 1560. Marr Maria WRIOTHESLEY 1583. Died 7 Nov 1639.

9 Maria WRIOTHESLEY ( - ) [928].

5 Blanche SOMERSET (1584- ) [930]. Born 1584.

3 Cicely COMPTON ( - ) [932].

Thomas ARUNDELL 2nd Lord of Wardour (1586-1643)

1 Thomas ARUNDELL (1586-1643) [929]. Born 1586. Died 19 May 1643.

2 Thomas ARUNDELL (1560-1639) [927]. Born 1560. Marr Maria WRIOTHESLEY 1583. Died 7 Nov 1639.

4 Matthew ARUNDELL ( - ) [925].

8 Thomas ARUNDELL (1502- ) [922]. Born 1502, Wardour, Wilts.

9 Margaret HOWARD (1512- ) [924]. Born 1512, Tisbury, Wilts.

5 Margaret WILLOUGHBY ( - ) [926].

3 Maria WRIOTHESLEY ( - ) [928].

Thomas ARUNDELL 1st Lord of Wardour (1560-1639)

1 Thomas ARUNDELL (1560-1639) [927]. Born 1560. Marr Maria WRIOTHESLEY 1583. Died 7 Nov 1639.

2 Matthew ARUNDELL ( - ) [925].

4 Thomas ARUNDELL (1502- ) [922]. Born 1502, Wardour, Wilts.

8 John ARUNDELL (1474-1545) [920]. Born 1474, Lanherne, Cornwall. Marr Eleanor GREY 1499, Lanherne, Cornwall. Died 8 Feb 1545, Roscarrock, Cornwall.

9 Eleanor GREY (1481- ) [921]. Born 1481, Groby, Leics.

5 Margaret HOWARD (1512- ) [924]. Born 1512, Tisbury, Wilts.

3 Margaret WILLOUGHBY ( - ) [926].

Thomas ARUNDELL (1502- )

1 Thomas ARUNDELL (1502- ) [922]. Born 1502, Wardour, Wilts.

2 John ARUNDELL (1474-1545) [920]. Born 1474, Lanherne, Cornwall. Marr Eleanor GREY 1499, Lanherne, Cornwall. Died 8 Feb 1545, Roscarrock, Cornwall.

4 Thomas ARUNDELL (1452-1485) [918]. Born 1452, Lanherne, Cornwall. Died 11 Oct 1485, Lanherne, Cornwall.

5 Catherine DINHAM (1453- ) [919]. Born 1453, Nutwell, Devon.

3 Eleanor GREY (1481- ) [921]. Born 1481, Groby, Leics.

Sir Thomas ARUNDELL (1452-1485)

1 Thomas ARUNDELL (1452-1485) [918]. Born 1452, Lanherne, Cornwall. Died 11 Oct 1485, Lanherne, Cornwall.

John ATREE (c. 1783-1822)

1 John ATREE (c. 1783-1822) [687]. Born c. 1783. Christened 21 Sep 1783, Horsham, Sussex. Died 2 Feb 1822, St Paul's, Bristol.

2 William ATTREE (c. 1748- ) [785]. Born c. 1748. Christened 27 Dec 1748.

3 Mary SENDALL ( - ) [786].

Mary ATREE (1816-1870)

1 Mary Ann ATREE (1816-1870) [694]. Christened 21 Sep 1783, Horsham, Sussex. Christened 2 Nov 1791. Born 1816. Marr William SHIELD 20 Aug 1843, Laughton street Chapel, Bedminster. Died 22 Jan 1870, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England.

In 1851 census, lived at: 24, Picton Street, St James And St Paul, Bristol.

2 John ATREE (c. 1783-1822) [687]. Born c. 1783. Christened 21 Sep 1783, Horsham, Sussex. Died 2 Feb 1822, St Paul's, Bristol.

4 William ATTREE (c. 1748- ) [785]. Born c. 1748. Christened 27 Dec 1748.

5 Mary SENDALL ( - ) [786].

3 Sarah Vaughan DAUBENY (c. 1791-1855) [686]. Born c. 1791, Westbury on Trym, Gloucester. Christened 2 Nov 1791, westbury on Trym, Gloucester. Marr William HAYWARD 13 Aug 1822, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 1 Apr 1855, 7 All Saint Street, Bristol.

Died of "Fever bronchitis".

6 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1748-1816) [689]. Born c. 1748. Bap 27 Dec 1748, St James, Bristol. Marr Mary COVENTRY 24 Jan 1770, Trinity Church, NYC. Marr Hannah LEE 1789, Henbury.1 Died 6 May 1816.

Lloyd Daubeny (Jnr) was baptised on 27 Dec 1748 St James, Bristol Parents Lloyd Daubeny & Dulcibella Saxbury werew cousins.
At age 15, he was apprenticed to Uncle Andrew Daubeny as a Skinner which is a dealer in hides.
Lloyd Daubeny emigrated in 1768 (aged 20) - and took £2,500 (value around £160,000 at 2010 prices) to New York.
Lloyd Daubeny - Mar. Lic 23 Dec 1769, Marries Mary Calder nee Coventry on 24 Jan 1770 at Trinity Church, New York City - this church burnt down in a fire of 1776. Mary Daubeny died in 1814.

Grandparents George Daubeny (married Jane Lloyd) - he was a grocer.
Maternal grandparents Dulcibella Lloyd (Jane’s sister) and a Mr Saxbury. Their father John Lloyd owned the St James’ Back properties.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1772, in New York City was selling cloths, persian carpets etc.; European goods and intends to go to England in the summer (1772) - was it just to trade?
Lloyd Daubeny & Mary in 1776, in Brunswick - 1 child baptised here. He had had to leave all his property in NYC due to troubles. He then had to leave Brunswick, Jersey due to evacuation.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1777, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was selling groceries such as madeira, oils, sugar, candles, lemons, limes & hardware from a shop in Front Street Philadelphia (5 doors from coffee house).
June 18 1778 - British evacuate Philadelphia - maybe why he went back to NYC.
Lloyd Daubeny on 4 Feb 1781 in NYC, at a Brick House at 30 Broad Street & corner of Princess St NYC, registered as being sold prior to leaving US.
Lloyd Daubeny on 23 Jan 1782 NYC - holds a closing down sale, with remainder of groceries.
Lloyd Daubeny on 22 April 1782 in NYC, asks for those with accounts with him to have them settled at 30 Broad Street NYC as he is going on next convoy.
Lloyd Daubeny on 28 Oct 1782 in Bristol, met Sir Jarret Smyth ‘going into town & asked him about settlement of ‘their parents real & personal estate, particularly the Freehold estate on St James’ Back consisting of houses (in a hand written letter).
Lloyd Daubeny between 1785 & 1787, is living at Lower Green, St Augustine (shown in Bristol Rate Books).
Dulcibella (his mother) dies in 1787 and in her will, gave him £500 p.a.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1789, Married Hannah Lee at Henbury (Gent of St Augustine in church register) - says he is a widow, which of course, he is not!
Lloyd Daubeny 1797 - lived at 17 Cathay, St Augustine, Bristol (ref: Matthew’s New Bristol Directory).
Lloyd Daubeny 1791-1801 - Father’s children, Wm, Sarah, Mary, Hannah & James detailed in Westbury-on-Trym baptisms.
Lloyd Daubeny 1809 'London Gazette' Debtor - at this time only people in trade could be taken to court, so Lloyd must have been trading in some form or manner before this time.

and owner of large landed estates in St. Lawrence and Otsego Counties, Schuyler’s and other patents, New York, and m. January 24, 1770, Mary Coventry, b. New York City, July 15, 1743, and d. New York City, October 6, 1813 (widow of James Calder, of New York City), daughter of Hon. William Coventry (and Elizabeth Hart, b. January 29, 1722 (O.S.), m. at St. Kitts, West Indies, August 28, 1739, d. New York City, August 22, 1803), b. in England, APril 10, 1715 (O.S.), and removed to the island of St. Christopher, West Indies, and thence to New York City, before 1756, where, as a resident and property-holder in Dock Street, he was for many years one of the magistrates of the city, and d. St. Kitts, West Indies, April 25, 1774; son of Thomas Coventry, third son (brother of Walter Coventry, eldest son, who d. 1717, and William Coventry, Esquire, second son, who, in 1719, as eldest male descendant of Walter, brother of Thomas Coventry, first Baron and lord keeper of the Great Seal, and in accordance with the limitations of the patent, upon failure of issue of Gilbert, fourth Earl of Coventry, the last direct male descendant of Thomas Coventry, the lord keeper aforesaid, succeeded as fifth Earl of Coventry and Viscount Deerhurst, and was in turn succeeded, March 18, 1750, by his eldest son, George William, sixth Earl of Coventry and VIscount Deerhurst, who m. the very celebrated beauty Maria Gunning, daughter of John Gunning, Esq., of Roscommon) of Walter Coventry, brother of Thomas, first Baron Coventry, of Aylesborough, attorney-general to the crown and lord keeper of the Great Seal in 1625, sons of Thomas Conventry, chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas, 1606, a lineal male descendant of John Coventry, who filled the offices of sheriff and lord mayor of the city of London in 1416 and 1425.

Lloyd Daubeney and Mary Coventry, aforesaid, had:

24. Eliza Martin Daubney, third child, but eventual heiress (others d. s. p.), b. October 25, 1779, New York City, bapt. November 10, 1779, by Rev. Mr. Inglis, rector Holy Trinity Church, New York, d. New York City and buried Waddell vault; m. November 8, 1800 (by Rev. Dr. Benjamin Moore), Captain Henry Waddell, of New York City, b. New York City, March 31, 1767, will dated May 9, 1815, d. New York City, July 13, 1819, buried Waddell vault, eldest and only surviving son of Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, of New York City, and his wife, Geesie Filkin, m. at her father’s residence, Pearl Street, New York, April 5, 1761.

Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, aforesaid, was b. New York City, July 26, 1737 (O.S.), and was one of the alderman and magistrates of the same prior to the Revolution, during which he served as lieutenant-colonel of a loyalist regiment in New York City, commission dated October 23, 1776, and thereafter removing to London, d. there July 27, 1813, and there buried. He was eldest son of Captain John Waddell, b. Dover, Kent, England, October 3, 1714, and removed to New York City about 1735, d. there May 29, 1762, in his home on Dock Street (purchased from William Coventry, aforesaid), and buried Waddell vault, Holy Trinity Church, New York City, will dated October 9, 1760 (and his wife Anne, daughter of William Kirten, of New York City), eldest son of Lieutenant William Waddell, of the British navy, who lost his right arm in the service in burning the Spanish fleet at Vigo, Spain, b. Edinburgh, North Britain, and d. Dover, England, son of Captain John Waddell, “of Stebenheath in ye County of Middlesex, Esq., now Captn. of ye Rainbowe, a principall Ship of his ma’ties Navie Royall,” who had arms granted to “him and his posteritie, with their due differences, forever,” May 3, 1627 (copy of original grant on file Herald’s College, London), for great naval victories in the Persian Gulf and Straits of Ormus, temp. 1622. It is notable that this same vessel was one of the fleet (and third in point of size) which repelled the Spanish Armada, temp. 1588, and that in the engagement, in which Captain Waddell commanded against Kishm and Ormus, the great navigator Baffin was one of the Englishmen to lose their lives.

12 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1718-1754) [787]. Born c. 1718. Christened 9 Nov 1718. Died 22 Dec 1754, St James, Bristol.

In PR as Mr buried in pavement of St James, Bristol

Lloyd, the second son of George I and Jane was born in Bristol and also baptised in St. Nicholas' Church on 9 November 1718.
On 9 December 1734, just after his sixteenth birthday, he was apprenticed for seven years, as a distiller, to Thomas Bagnold and his wife Ann.
He became a Freeman of the City of Bristol on 14 November 1739 as the 'son of George Daubeny, grocer'.
Lloyd took his younger brother, James, as an apprentice on 13 January 1742.
George I found employment for Lloyd in the Temple Street distillery.
On completion of his apprenticeship, Lloyd settled down and married Dulcibella Saxbury, a cousin, on 4 February 1742 at the Church of St. James, Bristol.
They had eight children:
As can be seen, most of Lloyd and Dulcibella's children died very young.

13 Dulcibella SAXBURY (c. 1722-1787) [788]. Born c. 1722. Christened 1772. Died 1787.

7 Hannah LEE (c. 1767- ) [690]. Born c. 1767. Christened 15 Mar 1767, Henbury.

14 William LEE ( -1809) [783]. Died 6 Aug 1809, Henbury.

15 Esther VEYSEY ( -1804) [784]. Died 25 May 1804, Henbury.

Sources

1"Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840".

Sarah ATREE (1810-1897)

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Sarah ATREE, Sarah atree

1 Sarah ATREE (1810-1897) [122]. Born 23 Feb 1810. Marr Edward WITHY 14 Jan 1840, Bristol, Gloucestershire. Died 13 Feb 1897.

In 1851 census, lived at 12, Bridge Street, Saint Mary Le Port, Bristol (1851 Census HO107 piece 1948 folio 145 page 10 - County: Gloucestershire; recorded as "Withey")
Note that there is also a "visitor" - Mary Simpson, from deptford, Kent.

In 1861 (recorded as "Withey") - Widow, Proprietor Of Gas Shares, Bristol Address: 8, Upper Berkeley Place, St Augustine, Bristol

In 1871 census, lived at Raglan Place, Stranton, West Hartlepool - occupation shown as Annuitant (i.e. receiving a sum of money from an estate or insurance).
In 1881 census, lived at 29, Thornton St, Stranton, Durham (Income From Dividends). Also in house were Rachael (Daughter - Single) and Harold Withhy (Grand Son, age 5 - Scholar born West Hartlepool, Durham).

2 John ATREE (c. 1783-1822) [687]. Born c. 1783. Christened 21 Sep 1783, Horsham, Sussex. Died 2 Feb 1822, St Paul's, Bristol.

4 William ATTREE (c. 1748- ) [785]. Born c. 1748. Christened 27 Dec 1748.

5 Mary SENDALL ( - ) [786].

3 Sarah Vaughan DAUBENY (c. 1791-1855) [686]. Born c. 1791, Westbury on Trym, Gloucester. Christened 2 Nov 1791, westbury on Trym, Gloucester. Marr William HAYWARD 13 Aug 1822, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 1 Apr 1855, 7 All Saint Street, Bristol.

Died of "Fever bronchitis".

6 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1748-1816) [689]. Born c. 1748. Bap 27 Dec 1748, St James, Bristol. Marr Mary COVENTRY 24 Jan 1770, Trinity Church, NYC. Marr Hannah LEE 1789, Henbury.1 Died 6 May 1816.

Lloyd Daubeny (Jnr) was baptised on 27 Dec 1748 St James, Bristol Parents Lloyd Daubeny & Dulcibella Saxbury werew cousins.
At age 15, he was apprenticed to Uncle Andrew Daubeny as a Skinner which is a dealer in hides.
Lloyd Daubeny emigrated in 1768 (aged 20) - and took £2,500 (value around £160,000 at 2010 prices) to New York.
Lloyd Daubeny - Mar. Lic 23 Dec 1769, Marries Mary Calder nee Coventry on 24 Jan 1770 at Trinity Church, New York City - this church burnt down in a fire of 1776. Mary Daubeny died in 1814.

Grandparents George Daubeny (married Jane Lloyd) - he was a grocer.
Maternal grandparents Dulcibella Lloyd (Jane’s sister) and a Mr Saxbury. Their father John Lloyd owned the St James’ Back properties.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1772, in New York City was selling cloths, persian carpets etc.; European goods and intends to go to England in the summer (1772) - was it just to trade?
Lloyd Daubeny & Mary in 1776, in Brunswick - 1 child baptised here. He had had to leave all his property in NYC due to troubles. He then had to leave Brunswick, Jersey due to evacuation.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1777, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was selling groceries such as madeira, oils, sugar, candles, lemons, limes & hardware from a shop in Front Street Philadelphia (5 doors from coffee house).
June 18 1778 - British evacuate Philadelphia - maybe why he went back to NYC.
Lloyd Daubeny on 4 Feb 1781 in NYC, at a Brick House at 30 Broad Street & corner of Princess St NYC, registered as being sold prior to leaving US.
Lloyd Daubeny on 23 Jan 1782 NYC - holds a closing down sale, with remainder of groceries.
Lloyd Daubeny on 22 April 1782 in NYC, asks for those with accounts with him to have them settled at 30 Broad Street NYC as he is going on next convoy.
Lloyd Daubeny on 28 Oct 1782 in Bristol, met Sir Jarret Smyth ‘going into town & asked him about settlement of ‘their parents real & personal estate, particularly the Freehold estate on St James’ Back consisting of houses (in a hand written letter).
Lloyd Daubeny between 1785 & 1787, is living at Lower Green, St Augustine (shown in Bristol Rate Books).
Dulcibella (his mother) dies in 1787 and in her will, gave him £500 p.a.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1789, Married Hannah Lee at Henbury (Gent of St Augustine in church register) - says he is a widow, which of course, he is not!
Lloyd Daubeny 1797 - lived at 17 Cathay, St Augustine, Bristol (ref: Matthew’s New Bristol Directory).
Lloyd Daubeny 1791-1801 - Father’s children, Wm, Sarah, Mary, Hannah & James detailed in Westbury-on-Trym baptisms.
Lloyd Daubeny 1809 'London Gazette' Debtor - at this time only people in trade could be taken to court, so Lloyd must have been trading in some form or manner before this time.

and owner of large landed estates in St. Lawrence and Otsego Counties, Schuyler’s and other patents, New York, and m. January 24, 1770, Mary Coventry, b. New York City, July 15, 1743, and d. New York City, October 6, 1813 (widow of James Calder, of New York City), daughter of Hon. William Coventry (and Elizabeth Hart, b. January 29, 1722 (O.S.), m. at St. Kitts, West Indies, August 28, 1739, d. New York City, August 22, 1803), b. in England, APril 10, 1715 (O.S.), and removed to the island of St. Christopher, West Indies, and thence to New York City, before 1756, where, as a resident and property-holder in Dock Street, he was for many years one of the magistrates of the city, and d. St. Kitts, West Indies, April 25, 1774; son of Thomas Coventry, third son (brother of Walter Coventry, eldest son, who d. 1717, and William Coventry, Esquire, second son, who, in 1719, as eldest male descendant of Walter, brother of Thomas Coventry, first Baron and lord keeper of the Great Seal, and in accordance with the limitations of the patent, upon failure of issue of Gilbert, fourth Earl of Coventry, the last direct male descendant of Thomas Coventry, the lord keeper aforesaid, succeeded as fifth Earl of Coventry and Viscount Deerhurst, and was in turn succeeded, March 18, 1750, by his eldest son, George William, sixth Earl of Coventry and VIscount Deerhurst, who m. the very celebrated beauty Maria Gunning, daughter of John Gunning, Esq., of Roscommon) of Walter Coventry, brother of Thomas, first Baron Coventry, of Aylesborough, attorney-general to the crown and lord keeper of the Great Seal in 1625, sons of Thomas Conventry, chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas, 1606, a lineal male descendant of John Coventry, who filled the offices of sheriff and lord mayor of the city of London in 1416 and 1425.

Lloyd Daubeney and Mary Coventry, aforesaid, had:

24. Eliza Martin Daubney, third child, but eventual heiress (others d. s. p.), b. October 25, 1779, New York City, bapt. November 10, 1779, by Rev. Mr. Inglis, rector Holy Trinity Church, New York, d. New York City and buried Waddell vault; m. November 8, 1800 (by Rev. Dr. Benjamin Moore), Captain Henry Waddell, of New York City, b. New York City, March 31, 1767, will dated May 9, 1815, d. New York City, July 13, 1819, buried Waddell vault, eldest and only surviving son of Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, of New York City, and his wife, Geesie Filkin, m. at her father’s residence, Pearl Street, New York, April 5, 1761.

Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, aforesaid, was b. New York City, July 26, 1737 (O.S.), and was one of the alderman and magistrates of the same prior to the Revolution, during which he served as lieutenant-colonel of a loyalist regiment in New York City, commission dated October 23, 1776, and thereafter removing to London, d. there July 27, 1813, and there buried. He was eldest son of Captain John Waddell, b. Dover, Kent, England, October 3, 1714, and removed to New York City about 1735, d. there May 29, 1762, in his home on Dock Street (purchased from William Coventry, aforesaid), and buried Waddell vault, Holy Trinity Church, New York City, will dated October 9, 1760 (and his wife Anne, daughter of William Kirten, of New York City), eldest son of Lieutenant William Waddell, of the British navy, who lost his right arm in the service in burning the Spanish fleet at Vigo, Spain, b. Edinburgh, North Britain, and d. Dover, England, son of Captain John Waddell, “of Stebenheath in ye County of Middlesex, Esq., now Captn. of ye Rainbowe, a principall Ship of his ma’ties Navie Royall,” who had arms granted to “him and his posteritie, with their due differences, forever,” May 3, 1627 (copy of original grant on file Herald’s College, London), for great naval victories in the Persian Gulf and Straits of Ormus, temp. 1622. It is notable that this same vessel was one of the fleet (and third in point of size) which repelled the Spanish Armada, temp. 1588, and that in the engagement, in which Captain Waddell commanded against Kishm and Ormus, the great navigator Baffin was one of the Englishmen to lose their lives.

12 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1718-1754) [787]. Born c. 1718. Christened 9 Nov 1718. Died 22 Dec 1754, St James, Bristol.

In PR as Mr buried in pavement of St James, Bristol

Lloyd, the second son of George I and Jane was born in Bristol and also baptised in St. Nicholas' Church on 9 November 1718.
On 9 December 1734, just after his sixteenth birthday, he was apprenticed for seven years, as a distiller, to Thomas Bagnold and his wife Ann.
He became a Freeman of the City of Bristol on 14 November 1739 as the 'son of George Daubeny, grocer'.
Lloyd took his younger brother, James, as an apprentice on 13 January 1742.
George I found employment for Lloyd in the Temple Street distillery.
On completion of his apprenticeship, Lloyd settled down and married Dulcibella Saxbury, a cousin, on 4 February 1742 at the Church of St. James, Bristol.
They had eight children:
As can be seen, most of Lloyd and Dulcibella's children died very young.

13 Dulcibella SAXBURY (c. 1722-1787) [788]. Born c. 1722. Christened 1772. Died 1787.

7 Hannah LEE (c. 1767- ) [690]. Born c. 1767. Christened 15 Mar 1767, Henbury.

14 William LEE ( -1809) [783]. Died 6 Aug 1809, Henbury.

15 Esther VEYSEY ( -1804) [784]. Died 25 May 1804, Henbury.

Sources

1"Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840".

James ATTREE (c. 1813-c. 1815)

1 James ATTREE (c. 1813-c. 1815) [808]. Born c. 1813, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England. Died c. 1815, St. Paul, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England.

2 John ATREE (c. 1783-1822) [687]. Born c. 1783. Christened 21 Sep 1783, Horsham, Sussex. Died 2 Feb 1822, St Paul's, Bristol.

4 William ATTREE (c. 1748- ) [785]. Born c. 1748. Christened 27 Dec 1748.

5 Mary SENDALL ( - ) [786].

3 Sarah Vaughan DAUBENY (c. 1791-1855) [686]. Born c. 1791, Westbury on Trym, Gloucester. Christened 2 Nov 1791, westbury on Trym, Gloucester. Marr William HAYWARD 13 Aug 1822, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 1 Apr 1855, 7 All Saint Street, Bristol.

Died of "Fever bronchitis".

6 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1748-1816) [689]. Born c. 1748. Bap 27 Dec 1748, St James, Bristol. Marr Mary COVENTRY 24 Jan 1770, Trinity Church, NYC. Marr Hannah LEE 1789, Henbury.1 Died 6 May 1816.

Lloyd Daubeny (Jnr) was baptised on 27 Dec 1748 St James, Bristol Parents Lloyd Daubeny & Dulcibella Saxbury werew cousins.
At age 15, he was apprenticed to Uncle Andrew Daubeny as a Skinner which is a dealer in hides.
Lloyd Daubeny emigrated in 1768 (aged 20) - and took £2,500 (value around £160,000 at 2010 prices) to New York.
Lloyd Daubeny - Mar. Lic 23 Dec 1769, Marries Mary Calder nee Coventry on 24 Jan 1770 at Trinity Church, New York City - this church burnt down in a fire of 1776. Mary Daubeny died in 1814.

Grandparents George Daubeny (married Jane Lloyd) - he was a grocer.
Maternal grandparents Dulcibella Lloyd (Jane’s sister) and a Mr Saxbury. Their father John Lloyd owned the St James’ Back properties.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1772, in New York City was selling cloths, persian carpets etc.; European goods and intends to go to England in the summer (1772) - was it just to trade?
Lloyd Daubeny & Mary in 1776, in Brunswick - 1 child baptised here. He had had to leave all his property in NYC due to troubles. He then had to leave Brunswick, Jersey due to evacuation.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1777, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was selling groceries such as madeira, oils, sugar, candles, lemons, limes & hardware from a shop in Front Street Philadelphia (5 doors from coffee house).
June 18 1778 - British evacuate Philadelphia - maybe why he went back to NYC.
Lloyd Daubeny on 4 Feb 1781 in NYC, at a Brick House at 30 Broad Street & corner of Princess St NYC, registered as being sold prior to leaving US.
Lloyd Daubeny on 23 Jan 1782 NYC - holds a closing down sale, with remainder of groceries.
Lloyd Daubeny on 22 April 1782 in NYC, asks for those with accounts with him to have them settled at 30 Broad Street NYC as he is going on next convoy.
Lloyd Daubeny on 28 Oct 1782 in Bristol, met Sir Jarret Smyth ‘going into town & asked him about settlement of ‘their parents real & personal estate, particularly the Freehold estate on St James’ Back consisting of houses (in a hand written letter).
Lloyd Daubeny between 1785 & 1787, is living at Lower Green, St Augustine (shown in Bristol Rate Books).
Dulcibella (his mother) dies in 1787 and in her will, gave him £500 p.a.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1789, Married Hannah Lee at Henbury (Gent of St Augustine in church register) - says he is a widow, which of course, he is not!
Lloyd Daubeny 1797 - lived at 17 Cathay, St Augustine, Bristol (ref: Matthew’s New Bristol Directory).
Lloyd Daubeny 1791-1801 - Father’s children, Wm, Sarah, Mary, Hannah & James detailed in Westbury-on-Trym baptisms.
Lloyd Daubeny 1809 'London Gazette' Debtor - at this time only people in trade could be taken to court, so Lloyd must have been trading in some form or manner before this time.

and owner of large landed estates in St. Lawrence and Otsego Counties, Schuyler’s and other patents, New York, and m. January 24, 1770, Mary Coventry, b. New York City, July 15, 1743, and d. New York City, October 6, 1813 (widow of James Calder, of New York City), daughter of Hon. William Coventry (and Elizabeth Hart, b. January 29, 1722 (O.S.), m. at St. Kitts, West Indies, August 28, 1739, d. New York City, August 22, 1803), b. in England, APril 10, 1715 (O.S.), and removed to the island of St. Christopher, West Indies, and thence to New York City, before 1756, where, as a resident and property-holder in Dock Street, he was for many years one of the magistrates of the city, and d. St. Kitts, West Indies, April 25, 1774; son of Thomas Coventry, third son (brother of Walter Coventry, eldest son, who d. 1717, and William Coventry, Esquire, second son, who, in 1719, as eldest male descendant of Walter, brother of Thomas Coventry, first Baron and lord keeper of the Great Seal, and in accordance with the limitations of the patent, upon failure of issue of Gilbert, fourth Earl of Coventry, the last direct male descendant of Thomas Coventry, the lord keeper aforesaid, succeeded as fifth Earl of Coventry and Viscount Deerhurst, and was in turn succeeded, March 18, 1750, by his eldest son, George William, sixth Earl of Coventry and VIscount Deerhurst, who m. the very celebrated beauty Maria Gunning, daughter of John Gunning, Esq., of Roscommon) of Walter Coventry, brother of Thomas, first Baron Coventry, of Aylesborough, attorney-general to the crown and lord keeper of the Great Seal in 1625, sons of Thomas Conventry, chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas, 1606, a lineal male descendant of John Coventry, who filled the offices of sheriff and lord mayor of the city of London in 1416 and 1425.

Lloyd Daubeney and Mary Coventry, aforesaid, had:

24. Eliza Martin Daubney, third child, but eventual heiress (others d. s. p.), b. October 25, 1779, New York City, bapt. November 10, 1779, by Rev. Mr. Inglis, rector Holy Trinity Church, New York, d. New York City and buried Waddell vault; m. November 8, 1800 (by Rev. Dr. Benjamin Moore), Captain Henry Waddell, of New York City, b. New York City, March 31, 1767, will dated May 9, 1815, d. New York City, July 13, 1819, buried Waddell vault, eldest and only surviving son of Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, of New York City, and his wife, Geesie Filkin, m. at her father’s residence, Pearl Street, New York, April 5, 1761.

Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, aforesaid, was b. New York City, July 26, 1737 (O.S.), and was one of the alderman and magistrates of the same prior to the Revolution, during which he served as lieutenant-colonel of a loyalist regiment in New York City, commission dated October 23, 1776, and thereafter removing to London, d. there July 27, 1813, and there buried. He was eldest son of Captain John Waddell, b. Dover, Kent, England, October 3, 1714, and removed to New York City about 1735, d. there May 29, 1762, in his home on Dock Street (purchased from William Coventry, aforesaid), and buried Waddell vault, Holy Trinity Church, New York City, will dated October 9, 1760 (and his wife Anne, daughter of William Kirten, of New York City), eldest son of Lieutenant William Waddell, of the British navy, who lost his right arm in the service in burning the Spanish fleet at Vigo, Spain, b. Edinburgh, North Britain, and d. Dover, England, son of Captain John Waddell, “of Stebenheath in ye County of Middlesex, Esq., now Captn. of ye Rainbowe, a principall Ship of his ma’ties Navie Royall,” who had arms granted to “him and his posteritie, with their due differences, forever,” May 3, 1627 (copy of original grant on file Herald’s College, London), for great naval victories in the Persian Gulf and Straits of Ormus, temp. 1622. It is notable that this same vessel was one of the fleet (and third in point of size) which repelled the Spanish Armada, temp. 1588, and that in the engagement, in which Captain Waddell commanded against Kishm and Ormus, the great navigator Baffin was one of the Englishmen to lose their lives.

12 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1718-1754) [787]. Born c. 1718. Christened 9 Nov 1718. Died 22 Dec 1754, St James, Bristol.

In PR as Mr buried in pavement of St James, Bristol

Lloyd, the second son of George I and Jane was born in Bristol and also baptised in St. Nicholas' Church on 9 November 1718.
On 9 December 1734, just after his sixteenth birthday, he was apprenticed for seven years, as a distiller, to Thomas Bagnold and his wife Ann.
He became a Freeman of the City of Bristol on 14 November 1739 as the 'son of George Daubeny, grocer'.
Lloyd took his younger brother, James, as an apprentice on 13 January 1742.
George I found employment for Lloyd in the Temple Street distillery.
On completion of his apprenticeship, Lloyd settled down and married Dulcibella Saxbury, a cousin, on 4 February 1742 at the Church of St. James, Bristol.
They had eight children:
As can be seen, most of Lloyd and Dulcibella's children died very young.

13 Dulcibella SAXBURY (c. 1722-1787) [788]. Born c. 1722. Christened 1772. Died 1787.

7 Hannah LEE (c. 1767- ) [690]. Born c. 1767. Christened 15 Mar 1767, Henbury.

14 William LEE ( -1809) [783]. Died 6 Aug 1809, Henbury.

15 Esther VEYSEY ( -1804) [784]. Died 25 May 1804, Henbury.

Sources

1"Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840".

John ATTREE (1811-1812)

1 John Lloyd ATTREE (1811-1812) [807]. Born 25 Oct 1811, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England. Died Feb 1812, St Paul's, Bristol.

2 John ATREE (c. 1783-1822) [687]. Born c. 1783. Christened 21 Sep 1783, Horsham, Sussex. Died 2 Feb 1822, St Paul's, Bristol.

4 William ATTREE (c. 1748- ) [785]. Born c. 1748. Christened 27 Dec 1748.

5 Mary SENDALL ( - ) [786].

3 Sarah Vaughan DAUBENY (c. 1791-1855) [686]. Born c. 1791, Westbury on Trym, Gloucester. Christened 2 Nov 1791, westbury on Trym, Gloucester. Marr William HAYWARD 13 Aug 1822, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 1 Apr 1855, 7 All Saint Street, Bristol.

Died of "Fever bronchitis".

6 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1748-1816) [689]. Born c. 1748. Bap 27 Dec 1748, St James, Bristol. Marr Mary COVENTRY 24 Jan 1770, Trinity Church, NYC. Marr Hannah LEE 1789, Henbury.1 Died 6 May 1816.

Lloyd Daubeny (Jnr) was baptised on 27 Dec 1748 St James, Bristol Parents Lloyd Daubeny & Dulcibella Saxbury werew cousins.
At age 15, he was apprenticed to Uncle Andrew Daubeny as a Skinner which is a dealer in hides.
Lloyd Daubeny emigrated in 1768 (aged 20) - and took £2,500 (value around £160,000 at 2010 prices) to New York.
Lloyd Daubeny - Mar. Lic 23 Dec 1769, Marries Mary Calder nee Coventry on 24 Jan 1770 at Trinity Church, New York City - this church burnt down in a fire of 1776. Mary Daubeny died in 1814.

Grandparents George Daubeny (married Jane Lloyd) - he was a grocer.
Maternal grandparents Dulcibella Lloyd (Jane’s sister) and a Mr Saxbury. Their father John Lloyd owned the St James’ Back properties.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1772, in New York City was selling cloths, persian carpets etc.; European goods and intends to go to England in the summer (1772) - was it just to trade?
Lloyd Daubeny & Mary in 1776, in Brunswick - 1 child baptised here. He had had to leave all his property in NYC due to troubles. He then had to leave Brunswick, Jersey due to evacuation.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1777, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was selling groceries such as madeira, oils, sugar, candles, lemons, limes & hardware from a shop in Front Street Philadelphia (5 doors from coffee house).
June 18 1778 - British evacuate Philadelphia - maybe why he went back to NYC.
Lloyd Daubeny on 4 Feb 1781 in NYC, at a Brick House at 30 Broad Street & corner of Princess St NYC, registered as being sold prior to leaving US.
Lloyd Daubeny on 23 Jan 1782 NYC - holds a closing down sale, with remainder of groceries.
Lloyd Daubeny on 22 April 1782 in NYC, asks for those with accounts with him to have them settled at 30 Broad Street NYC as he is going on next convoy.
Lloyd Daubeny on 28 Oct 1782 in Bristol, met Sir Jarret Smyth ‘going into town & asked him about settlement of ‘their parents real & personal estate, particularly the Freehold estate on St James’ Back consisting of houses (in a hand written letter).
Lloyd Daubeny between 1785 & 1787, is living at Lower Green, St Augustine (shown in Bristol Rate Books).
Dulcibella (his mother) dies in 1787 and in her will, gave him £500 p.a.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1789, Married Hannah Lee at Henbury (Gent of St Augustine in church register) - says he is a widow, which of course, he is not!
Lloyd Daubeny 1797 - lived at 17 Cathay, St Augustine, Bristol (ref: Matthew’s New Bristol Directory).
Lloyd Daubeny 1791-1801 - Father’s children, Wm, Sarah, Mary, Hannah & James detailed in Westbury-on-Trym baptisms.
Lloyd Daubeny 1809 'London Gazette' Debtor - at this time only people in trade could be taken to court, so Lloyd must have been trading in some form or manner before this time.

and owner of large landed estates in St. Lawrence and Otsego Counties, Schuyler’s and other patents, New York, and m. January 24, 1770, Mary Coventry, b. New York City, July 15, 1743, and d. New York City, October 6, 1813 (widow of James Calder, of New York City), daughter of Hon. William Coventry (and Elizabeth Hart, b. January 29, 1722 (O.S.), m. at St. Kitts, West Indies, August 28, 1739, d. New York City, August 22, 1803), b. in England, APril 10, 1715 (O.S.), and removed to the island of St. Christopher, West Indies, and thence to New York City, before 1756, where, as a resident and property-holder in Dock Street, he was for many years one of the magistrates of the city, and d. St. Kitts, West Indies, April 25, 1774; son of Thomas Coventry, third son (brother of Walter Coventry, eldest son, who d. 1717, and William Coventry, Esquire, second son, who, in 1719, as eldest male descendant of Walter, brother of Thomas Coventry, first Baron and lord keeper of the Great Seal, and in accordance with the limitations of the patent, upon failure of issue of Gilbert, fourth Earl of Coventry, the last direct male descendant of Thomas Coventry, the lord keeper aforesaid, succeeded as fifth Earl of Coventry and Viscount Deerhurst, and was in turn succeeded, March 18, 1750, by his eldest son, George William, sixth Earl of Coventry and VIscount Deerhurst, who m. the very celebrated beauty Maria Gunning, daughter of John Gunning, Esq., of Roscommon) of Walter Coventry, brother of Thomas, first Baron Coventry, of Aylesborough, attorney-general to the crown and lord keeper of the Great Seal in 1625, sons of Thomas Conventry, chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas, 1606, a lineal male descendant of John Coventry, who filled the offices of sheriff and lord mayor of the city of London in 1416 and 1425.

Lloyd Daubeney and Mary Coventry, aforesaid, had:

24. Eliza Martin Daubney, third child, but eventual heiress (others d. s. p.), b. October 25, 1779, New York City, bapt. November 10, 1779, by Rev. Mr. Inglis, rector Holy Trinity Church, New York, d. New York City and buried Waddell vault; m. November 8, 1800 (by Rev. Dr. Benjamin Moore), Captain Henry Waddell, of New York City, b. New York City, March 31, 1767, will dated May 9, 1815, d. New York City, July 13, 1819, buried Waddell vault, eldest and only surviving son of Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, of New York City, and his wife, Geesie Filkin, m. at her father’s residence, Pearl Street, New York, April 5, 1761.

Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, aforesaid, was b. New York City, July 26, 1737 (O.S.), and was one of the alderman and magistrates of the same prior to the Revolution, during which he served as lieutenant-colonel of a loyalist regiment in New York City, commission dated October 23, 1776, and thereafter removing to London, d. there July 27, 1813, and there buried. He was eldest son of Captain John Waddell, b. Dover, Kent, England, October 3, 1714, and removed to New York City about 1735, d. there May 29, 1762, in his home on Dock Street (purchased from William Coventry, aforesaid), and buried Waddell vault, Holy Trinity Church, New York City, will dated October 9, 1760 (and his wife Anne, daughter of William Kirten, of New York City), eldest son of Lieutenant William Waddell, of the British navy, who lost his right arm in the service in burning the Spanish fleet at Vigo, Spain, b. Edinburgh, North Britain, and d. Dover, England, son of Captain John Waddell, “of Stebenheath in ye County of Middlesex, Esq., now Captn. of ye Rainbowe, a principall Ship of his ma’ties Navie Royall,” who had arms granted to “him and his posteritie, with their due differences, forever,” May 3, 1627 (copy of original grant on file Herald’s College, London), for great naval victories in the Persian Gulf and Straits of Ormus, temp. 1622. It is notable that this same vessel was one of the fleet (and third in point of size) which repelled the Spanish Armada, temp. 1588, and that in the engagement, in which Captain Waddell commanded against Kishm and Ormus, the great navigator Baffin was one of the Englishmen to lose their lives.

12 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1718-1754) [787]. Born c. 1718. Christened 9 Nov 1718. Died 22 Dec 1754, St James, Bristol.

In PR as Mr buried in pavement of St James, Bristol

Lloyd, the second son of George I and Jane was born in Bristol and also baptised in St. Nicholas' Church on 9 November 1718.
On 9 December 1734, just after his sixteenth birthday, he was apprenticed for seven years, as a distiller, to Thomas Bagnold and his wife Ann.
He became a Freeman of the City of Bristol on 14 November 1739 as the 'son of George Daubeny, grocer'.
Lloyd took his younger brother, James, as an apprentice on 13 January 1742.
George I found employment for Lloyd in the Temple Street distillery.
On completion of his apprenticeship, Lloyd settled down and married Dulcibella Saxbury, a cousin, on 4 February 1742 at the Church of St. James, Bristol.
They had eight children:
As can be seen, most of Lloyd and Dulcibella's children died very young.

13 Dulcibella SAXBURY (c. 1722-1787) [788]. Born c. 1722. Christened 1772. Died 1787.

7 Hannah LEE (c. 1767- ) [690]. Born c. 1767. Christened 15 Mar 1767, Henbury.

14 William LEE ( -1809) [783]. Died 6 Aug 1809, Henbury.

15 Esther VEYSEY ( -1804) [784]. Died 25 May 1804, Henbury.

Sources

1"Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840".

William ATTREE (c. 1748- )

1 William ATTREE (c. 1748- ) [785]. Born c. 1748. Christened 27 Dec 1748.

Jamie AUGER ( - )

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Mother: Gillian FOSTER, gilln_f

1 Jamie AUGER ( - ) [293]. Born. Died.

2 John AUGER ( - ) [108]. Born. Died.

3 Gillian FOSTER ( - ) [18]. Born. Died.

6 Ian FOSTER (c. 1920- ) [14]. Born c. 1920. Marr Pat NOALAN.

12 Frances Harold FOSTER1 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

13 Ethel MICKLE2 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

7 Pat NOALAN ( - ) [20]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Grave stone & Marriage certificate
2Grave stone & Grand-son

John AUGER ( - )

1 John AUGER ( - ) [108]. Born. Died.

Jane BACKHOUSE (1827- )

1 Jane Eliza BACKHOUSE (1827- ) [1184]. Born 28 Jun 1827. Marr William SIMPSON 19 Aug 1862, Scarborough.

2 Joseph BACKHOUSE ( - ) [1185].

3 Mary Ann HOLMES, ( - ) [1186].

Joseph BACKHOUSE ( - )

1 Joseph BACKHOUSE ( - ) [1185].

Mary BAGNELL ( - )

1 Mary BAGNELL ( - ) [1204]. Born. Marr Andrew Patrick Withy MACLELLAN 2 Apr 1954.

2 Robert Armstrong BAGNELL ( -1969) [1996]. Born Hindhead. Died 1969.

Rachel BARNES ( - )

1 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

Elizabeth BARNHAM ( - )

1 Elizabeth BARNHAM ( - ) [944].

Andrea BARRETT ( - )

1 Andrea BARRETT ( - ) [40]. Born. Died.

Mary BARRON ( -1908)

1 Mary Ann BARRON1 ( -1908) [396]. Born. Marr Edward STANKLEY. Died 25 Sep 1908.

Sources

1Jennifer Stankley

Aliva BASSET ( - )

1 Aliva BASSET ( - ) [577].

2 Philip BASSET (1185-1271) [578]. Born 1185. Died 19 Oct 1271.

4 Alan BASSETT (1162-1233) [579]. Born 1162. Marr Aliva DE GAI 1183. Died 1233.

5 Aliva DE GAI (1166- ) [580]. Born 1166.

10 Philip DE GAI (1143- ) [991]. Born 1143, Wooton Bassett.

11 Sedzilia DE BERKELEY (1145- ) [992]. Born 1145, Berkeley Castle, Gloucs.

3 Hawise DE LOUVAINE ( - ) [990].

6 Matthew DE LOUVAINE ( - ) [996].

7 Muriel ( - ) [997].

Sir Philip BASSET (1185-1271)

1 Philip BASSET (1185-1271) [578]. Born 1185. Died 19 Oct 1271.

2 Alan BASSETT (1162-1233) [579]. Born 1162. Marr Aliva DE GAI 1183. Died 1233.

3 Aliva DE GAI (1166- ) [580]. Born 1166.

6 Philip DE GAI (1143- ) [991]. Born 1143, Wooton Bassett.

7 Sedzilia DE BERKELEY (1145- ) [992]. Born 1145, Berkeley Castle, Gloucs.

Alan BASSETT Lord of Wycombe (1162-1233)

1 Alan BASSETT (1162-1233) [579]. Born 1162. Marr Aliva DE GAI 1183. Died 1233.

Aline BASSETT (1191- )

1 Aline BASSETT (1191- ) [993]. Born 1191, Wycombe.

2 Alan BASSETT (1162-1233) [579]. Born 1162. Marr Aliva DE GAI 1183. Died 1233.

3 Aliva DE GAI (1166- ) [580]. Born 1166.

6 Philip DE GAI (1143- ) [991]. Born 1143, Wooton Bassett.

7 Sedzilia DE BERKELEY (1145- ) [992]. Born 1145, Berkeley Castle, Gloucs.

Aliva BASSETT ( - )

1 Aliva BASSETT ( - ) [1005].

Gilbert BASSETT (1194- )

1 Gilbert BASSETT (1194- ) [995]. Born 1194, Wycombe.

2 Alan BASSETT (1162-1233) [579]. Born 1162. Marr Aliva DE GAI 1183. Died 1233.

3 Aliva DE GAI (1166- ) [580]. Born 1166.

6 Philip DE GAI (1143- ) [991]. Born 1143, Wooton Bassett.

7 Sedzilia DE BERKELEY (1145- ) [992]. Born 1145, Berkeley Castle, Gloucs.

Katherine BASSETT (1199- )

1 Katherine BASSETT (1199- ) [994]. Born 1199, Wycombe.

2 Alan BASSETT (1162-1233) [579]. Born 1162. Marr Aliva DE GAI 1183. Died 1233.

3 Aliva DE GAI (1166- ) [580]. Born 1166.

6 Philip DE GAI (1143- ) [991]. Born 1143, Wooton Bassett.

7 Sedzilia DE BERKELEY (1145- ) [992]. Born 1145, Berkeley Castle, Gloucs.

Eleanor BEAUCHAMP ( - )

1 Eleanor BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [628].

2 Richard de BEAUCHAMP (1382-1439) [612]. Born 23 Jan 1382, Salwarpe in Worcestershire. Died 30 Apr 1439.

Was an English medieval nobleman and military commander.

He was made a Knight of the Garter in around 1405 and acquired quite a reputation for chivalry, and when in 1408 he went on pilgrimage to the Holy Land, he was challenged many times to fight in the sporting combat which was then popular. On the return trip he went through Russia and Eastern Europe, not returning to England until 1410.

4 Thomas de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [613].

5 Margaret FERRERS ( - ) [614].

10 William FERRERS ( - ) [615].

3 Elizabeth de BERKELEY (c. 1386-1422) [611]. Born c. 1386. Died 28 Dec 1422.

6 Thomas de BERKELEY (c. 1352-1417) [607]. Born c. 1352, Berkeley Castle, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Died 13 Jul 1417.

12 Sir Maurice BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368) [189]. Born c. 1330, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Marr Elizabeth LE DESPENSER Aug 1338. Died 8 Jun 1368.

Sir Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Baron Berkeley the Valiant was an English peer.

13 Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389) [190]. Born c. 1327. Died 13 Jul 1389.

7 Margaret de LISLE (1360-1392) [608]. Born 1360. Died 1392.

14 Warine de LISLE ( - ) [609].

15 Margaret PIPARD ( - ) [610].

Elizabeth BEAUCHAMP ( - )

1 Elizabeth BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [629].

2 Richard de BEAUCHAMP (1382-1439) [612]. Born 23 Jan 1382, Salwarpe in Worcestershire. Died 30 Apr 1439.

Was an English medieval nobleman and military commander.

He was made a Knight of the Garter in around 1405 and acquired quite a reputation for chivalry, and when in 1408 he went on pilgrimage to the Holy Land, he was challenged many times to fight in the sporting combat which was then popular. On the return trip he went through Russia and Eastern Europe, not returning to England until 1410.

4 Thomas de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [613].

5 Margaret FERRERS ( - ) [614].

10 William FERRERS ( - ) [615].

3 Elizabeth de BERKELEY (c. 1386-1422) [611]. Born c. 1386. Died 28 Dec 1422.

6 Thomas de BERKELEY (c. 1352-1417) [607]. Born c. 1352, Berkeley Castle, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Died 13 Jul 1417.

12 Sir Maurice BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368) [189]. Born c. 1330, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Marr Elizabeth LE DESPENSER Aug 1338. Died 8 Jun 1368.

Sir Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Baron Berkeley the Valiant was an English peer.

13 Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389) [190]. Born c. 1327. Died 13 Jul 1389.

7 Margaret de LISLE (1360-1392) [608]. Born 1360. Died 1392.

14 Warine de LISLE ( - ) [609].

15 Margaret PIPARD ( - ) [610].

Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - )

1 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

2 William de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [582].

3 Maud FITZJOHN ( -c. 1301) [583]. Died c. 16 Apr 1301.

6 John FITZGEOFFREY (c. 1205-1258) [584]. Born c. 1205, Shere, Surrey, England. Died 23 Nov 1258.

12 Geoffrey Fitz PETER (1162-1213) [585]. Born 1162. Died 1213.

13 Aveline de CLARE ( - ) [587].

Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - )

1 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [1025].

Margaret BEAUCHAMP (1404-1468)

1 Margaret BEAUCHAMP (1404-1468) [616]. Born 1404. Marr John TALBOT 6 Sep 1425. Died 14 Jun 1468.

During the troubled years of the Wars of the Roses, the dispute frequently passed from litigation to actual violence. Lord Berkeley sacked Margaret's manor at Wotton-under-Edge in Gloucestershire, in return for which her son, the Viscount Lisle, stormed Berkeley Castle (1452) and took him prisoner. Margaret also succeeded in having Lord Berkeley's wife, Isabel Mowbray, committed to prison, where she died that year.


Her great-grandson John Dudley was created Earl of Warwick and subsequently Duke of Northumberland.

She is buried in St Faith under St Paul's at London.

2 Richard de BEAUCHAMP (1382-1439) [612]. Born 23 Jan 1382, Salwarpe in Worcestershire. Died 30 Apr 1439.

Was an English medieval nobleman and military commander.

He was made a Knight of the Garter in around 1405 and acquired quite a reputation for chivalry, and when in 1408 he went on pilgrimage to the Holy Land, he was challenged many times to fight in the sporting combat which was then popular. On the return trip he went through Russia and Eastern Europe, not returning to England until 1410.

4 Thomas de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [613].

5 Margaret FERRERS ( - ) [614].

10 William FERRERS ( - ) [615].

3 Elizabeth de BERKELEY (c. 1386-1422) [611]. Born c. 1386. Died 28 Dec 1422.

6 Thomas de BERKELEY (c. 1352-1417) [607]. Born c. 1352, Berkeley Castle, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Died 13 Jul 1417.

12 Sir Maurice BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368) [189]. Born c. 1330, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Marr Elizabeth LE DESPENSER Aug 1338. Died 8 Jun 1368.

Sir Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Baron Berkeley the Valiant was an English peer.

13 Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389) [190]. Born c. 1327. Died 13 Jul 1389.

7 Margaret de LISLE (1360-1392) [608]. Born 1360. Died 1392.

14 Warine de LISLE ( - ) [609].

15 Margaret PIPARD ( - ) [610].

Richard BEAUCHAMP (1382-1439)

1 Richard de BEAUCHAMP (1382-1439) [612]. Born 23 Jan 1382, Salwarpe in Worcestershire. Died 30 Apr 1439.

Was an English medieval nobleman and military commander.

He was made a Knight of the Garter in around 1405 and acquired quite a reputation for chivalry, and when in 1408 he went on pilgrimage to the Holy Land, he was challenged many times to fight in the sporting combat which was then popular. On the return trip he went through Russia and Eastern Europe, not returning to England until 1410.

2 Thomas de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [613].

3 Margaret FERRERS ( - ) [614].

6 William FERRERS ( - ) [615].

Thomas BEAUCHAMP ( - )

1 Thomas de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [613].

William BEAUCHAMP ( - )

1 William de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [582].

Edmund BEAUFORT ( - )

1 Edmund BEAUFORT ( - ) [633].

Eileen BELT ( - )

1 Eileen BELT ( - ) [266]. Born. Died.

2 Jack BELT ( - ) [264]. Born. Died.

3 Ethel Grace (Tuck) GRAY (1896- ) [265]. Born 1896, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died.

6 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

12 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

13 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

7 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

14 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

15 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Jack BELT ( - )

1 Jack BELT ( - ) [264]. Born. Died.

John BELT ( - )

1 John BELT ( - ) [267]. Born. Died.

2 Jack BELT ( - ) [264]. Born. Died.

3 Ethel Grace (Tuck) GRAY (1896- ) [265]. Born 1896, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died.

6 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

12 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

13 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

7 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

14 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

15 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Doña BERENGUELA (1180-1246)

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Doña BERENGUELA, 1246, age 66, Doña_Berenguela_01

1 Doña BERENGUELA (1180-1246) [457]. Born 1180. Marr Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ 1197. Died 8 Nov 1246.

2 Alfonso VIII of CASTILE ( - ) [533].

3 Eleanor PLANTAGENET ( - ) [530].

6 Henry II of ENGLAND ( - ) [531].

7 Eleanor of AQUITAINE ( - ) [532].

Agnes BERKELEY (1363- )

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Mother: Elizabeth LE DESPENSER, 1845, age 518, Elizabeth le Despenser

1 Agnes de BERKELEY (1363- ) [604]. Born 1363.

2 Sir Maurice BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368) [189]. Born c. 1330, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Marr Elizabeth LE DESPENSER Aug 1338. Died 8 Jun 1368.

Sir Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Baron Berkeley the Valiant was an English peer.

4 Thomas BERKELEY (1296-1361) [599]. Born 1296. Died 27 Oct 1361.

8 Maurice DE BERKELEY 2nd Lord BERKELEY ( - ) [864].

9 Eve LA ZOUCHE ( - ) [865].

5 Lady Margaret MORTIMER ( - ) [600].

3 Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389) [190]. Born c. 1327. Died 13 Jul 1389.

6 Hugh LE DISPENSER (1286-1326) [191]. Born 1286. Died 24 Nov 1326.

In May 1306 Hugh was knighted

Hanged
. Sometimes referred to as "the Elder Despenser", was for a time the chief adviser to King Edward II of England.

12 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

13 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

7 Eleanor DE CLARE (1292-1337) [192]. Born 3 Oct 1292, Caerphilly in Glamorgan, Wales. Died 30 Jun 1337.

14 Gilbert DE CLARE (1243-1295) [193]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Marr Joan of ACRE c. 1290. Died 7 Dec 1295, Monmouth Castle.

Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour.

15 Joan of ACRE (1272-1307) [194]. Born Apr 1272, Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. Marr Ralph de MONTHERMER 1297. Died 23 Apr 1307, Clare, Suffolk, England.

The daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. The name "Acre" derives from her birthplace in the Holy Land while her parents were on a crusade.

She was married twice; her first husband was Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, one of the most powerful nobles in her father's kingdom; her second husband was Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in her household whom she married in secrecy.

Joan is most notable for the claim that miracles have allegedly taken place at her grave, and for the multiple references of her in literature.

Catherine BERKELEY (1360- )

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Mother: Elizabeth LE DESPENSER, 1845, age 518, Elizabeth le Despenser

1 Catherine de BERKELEY (1360- ) [603]. Born 1360.

2 Sir Maurice BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368) [189]. Born c. 1330, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Marr Elizabeth LE DESPENSER Aug 1338. Died 8 Jun 1368.

Sir Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Baron Berkeley the Valiant was an English peer.

4 Thomas BERKELEY (1296-1361) [599]. Born 1296. Died 27 Oct 1361.

8 Maurice DE BERKELEY 2nd Lord BERKELEY ( - ) [864].

9 Eve LA ZOUCHE ( - ) [865].

5 Lady Margaret MORTIMER ( - ) [600].

3 Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389) [190]. Born c. 1327. Died 13 Jul 1389.

6 Hugh LE DISPENSER (1286-1326) [191]. Born 1286. Died 24 Nov 1326.

In May 1306 Hugh was knighted

Hanged
. Sometimes referred to as "the Elder Despenser", was for a time the chief adviser to King Edward II of England.

12 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

13 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

7 Eleanor DE CLARE (1292-1337) [192]. Born 3 Oct 1292, Caerphilly in Glamorgan, Wales. Died 30 Jun 1337.

14 Gilbert DE CLARE (1243-1295) [193]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Marr Joan of ACRE c. 1290. Died 7 Dec 1295, Monmouth Castle.

Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour.

15 Joan of ACRE (1272-1307) [194]. Born Apr 1272, Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. Marr Ralph de MONTHERMER 1297. Died 23 Apr 1307, Clare, Suffolk, England.

The daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. The name "Acre" derives from her birthplace in the Holy Land while her parents were on a crusade.

She was married twice; her first husband was Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, one of the most powerful nobles in her father's kingdom; her second husband was Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in her household whom she married in secrecy.

Joan is most notable for the claim that miracles have allegedly taken place at her grave, and for the multiple references of her in literature.

Elizabeth BERKELEY (c. 1386-1422)

1 Elizabeth de BERKELEY (c. 1386-1422) [611]. Born c. 1386. Died 28 Dec 1422.

2 Thomas de BERKELEY (c. 1352-1417) [607]. Born c. 1352, Berkeley Castle, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Died 13 Jul 1417.

4 Sir Maurice BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368) [189]. Born c. 1330, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Marr Elizabeth LE DESPENSER Aug 1338. Died 8 Jun 1368.

Sir Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Baron Berkeley the Valiant was an English peer.

8 Thomas BERKELEY (1296-1361) [599]. Born 1296. Died 27 Oct 1361.

9 Lady Margaret MORTIMER ( - ) [600].

5 Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389) [190]. Born c. 1327. Died 13 Jul 1389.

10 Hugh LE DISPENSER (1286-1326) [191]. Born 1286. Died 24 Nov 1326.

In May 1306 Hugh was knighted

Hanged
. Sometimes referred to as "the Elder Despenser", was for a time the chief adviser to King Edward II of England.

11 Eleanor DE CLARE (1292-1337) [192]. Born 3 Oct 1292, Caerphilly in Glamorgan, Wales. Died 30 Jun 1337.

3 Margaret de LISLE (1360-1392) [608]. Born 1360. Died 1392.

6 Warine de LISLE ( - ) [609].

7 Margaret PIPARD ( - ) [610].

Elizabeth BERKELEY (1365- )

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Mother: Elizabeth LE DESPENSER, 1845, age 518, Elizabeth le Despenser

1 Elizabeth de BERKELEY (1365- ) [605]. Born 1365.

2 Sir Maurice BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368) [189]. Born c. 1330, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Marr Elizabeth LE DESPENSER Aug 1338. Died 8 Jun 1368.

Sir Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Baron Berkeley the Valiant was an English peer.

4 Thomas BERKELEY (1296-1361) [599]. Born 1296. Died 27 Oct 1361.

8 Maurice DE BERKELEY 2nd Lord BERKELEY ( - ) [864].

9 Eve LA ZOUCHE ( - ) [865].

5 Lady Margaret MORTIMER ( - ) [600].

3 Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389) [190]. Born c. 1327. Died 13 Jul 1389.

6 Hugh LE DISPENSER (1286-1326) [191]. Born 1286. Died 24 Nov 1326.

In May 1306 Hugh was knighted

Hanged
. Sometimes referred to as "the Elder Despenser", was for a time the chief adviser to King Edward II of England.

12 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

13 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

7 Eleanor DE CLARE (1292-1337) [192]. Born 3 Oct 1292, Caerphilly in Glamorgan, Wales. Died 30 Jun 1337.

14 Gilbert DE CLARE (1243-1295) [193]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Marr Joan of ACRE c. 1290. Died 7 Dec 1295, Monmouth Castle.

Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour.

15 Joan of ACRE (1272-1307) [194]. Born Apr 1272, Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. Marr Ralph de MONTHERMER 1297. Died 23 Apr 1307, Clare, Suffolk, England.

The daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. The name "Acre" derives from her birthplace in the Holy Land while her parents were on a crusade.

She was married twice; her first husband was Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, one of the most powerful nobles in her father's kingdom; her second husband was Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in her household whom she married in secrecy.

Joan is most notable for the claim that miracles have allegedly taken place at her grave, and for the multiple references of her in literature.

Isabel BERKELEY ( - )

1 Isabel DE BERKELEY ( - ) [868].

2 Maurice DE BERKELEY 2nd Lord BERKELEY ( - ) [864].

4 Thomas DE BERKELEY ( - ) [866].

5 Joan FERRERS ( - ) [867].

3 Eve LA ZOUCHE ( - ) [865].

James BERKELEY (1355-1405)

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Mother: Elizabeth LE DESPENSER, 1845, age 518, Elizabeth le Despenser

1 James De BERKELEY (1355-1405) [187]. Born 1355, Little Marchfield, Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, England. Died 13 Jun 1405.

2 Sir Maurice BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368) [189]. Born c. 1330, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Marr Elizabeth LE DESPENSER Aug 1338. Died 8 Jun 1368.

Sir Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Baron Berkeley the Valiant was an English peer.

4 Thomas BERKELEY (1296-1361) [599]. Born 1296. Died 27 Oct 1361.

8 Maurice DE BERKELEY 2nd Lord BERKELEY ( - ) [864].

9 Eve LA ZOUCHE ( - ) [865].

5 Lady Margaret MORTIMER ( - ) [600].

3 Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389) [190]. Born c. 1327. Died 13 Jul 1389.

6 Hugh LE DISPENSER (1286-1326) [191]. Born 1286. Died 24 Nov 1326.

In May 1306 Hugh was knighted

Hanged
. Sometimes referred to as "the Elder Despenser", was for a time the chief adviser to King Edward II of England.

12 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

13 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

7 Eleanor DE CLARE (1292-1337) [192]. Born 3 Oct 1292, Caerphilly in Glamorgan, Wales. Died 30 Jun 1337.

14 Gilbert DE CLARE (1243-1295) [193]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Marr Joan of ACRE c. 1290. Died 7 Dec 1295, Monmouth Castle.

Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour.

15 Joan of ACRE (1272-1307) [194]. Born Apr 1272, Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. Marr Ralph de MONTHERMER 1297. Died 23 Apr 1307, Clare, Suffolk, England.

The daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. The name "Acre" derives from her birthplace in the Holy Land while her parents were on a crusade.

She was married twice; her first husband was Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, one of the most powerful nobles in her father's kingdom; her second husband was Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in her household whom she married in secrecy.

Joan is most notable for the claim that miracles have allegedly taken place at her grave, and for the multiple references of her in literature.

John BERKELEY (1357-1381)

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Mother: Elizabeth LE DESPENSER, 1845, age 518, Elizabeth le Despenser

1 John de BERKELEY (1357-1381) [601]. Born 1357. Died 1381.

2 Sir Maurice BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368) [189]. Born c. 1330, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Marr Elizabeth LE DESPENSER Aug 1338. Died 8 Jun 1368.

Sir Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Baron Berkeley the Valiant was an English peer.

4 Thomas BERKELEY (1296-1361) [599]. Born 1296. Died 27 Oct 1361.

8 Maurice DE BERKELEY 2nd Lord BERKELEY ( - ) [864].

9 Eve LA ZOUCHE ( - ) [865].

5 Lady Margaret MORTIMER ( - ) [600].

3 Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389) [190]. Born c. 1327. Died 13 Jul 1389.

6 Hugh LE DISPENSER (1286-1326) [191]. Born 1286. Died 24 Nov 1326.

In May 1306 Hugh was knighted

Hanged
. Sometimes referred to as "the Elder Despenser", was for a time the chief adviser to King Edward II of England.

12 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

13 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

7 Eleanor DE CLARE (1292-1337) [192]. Born 3 Oct 1292, Caerphilly in Glamorgan, Wales. Died 30 Jun 1337.

14 Gilbert DE CLARE (1243-1295) [193]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Marr Joan of ACRE c. 1290. Died 7 Dec 1295, Monmouth Castle.

Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour.

15 Joan of ACRE (1272-1307) [194]. Born Apr 1272, Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. Marr Ralph de MONTHERMER 1297. Died 23 Apr 1307, Clare, Suffolk, England.

The daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. The name "Acre" derives from her birthplace in the Holy Land while her parents were on a crusade.

She was married twice; her first husband was Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, one of the most powerful nobles in her father's kingdom; her second husband was Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in her household whom she married in secrecy.

Joan is most notable for the claim that miracles have allegedly taken place at her grave, and for the multiple references of her in literature.

Mary BERKELEY (c. 1480- )

1 Mary BERKELEY (c. 1480- ) [180]. Born c. 1480. Died.

2 James BERKELEY (OF THORNBURY) (c. 1466-1515) [181]. Born c. 1466. Died 1515.

4 Maurice De BERKELEY (SIR) (c. 1436-c. 1506) [183]. Born c. 1436. Died c. 1506.

8 James De BERKELEY (SIR) (c. 1394-1463) [185]. Born c. 1394. Died 1463.

9 Isobel MOWBRAY (FARRON ?) ( - ) [186]. Born. Died.

5 Isobel MEAD ( -1517) [184]. Born. Died 1517.

( daughter of Sir Philip Mead of Bristol).

3 Susan FITZALAN (WADDELL?) ( - ) [182]. Born. Died.

Maurice BERKELEY (1358- )

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Mother: Elizabeth LE DESPENSER, 1845, age 518, Elizabeth le Despenser

1 Maurice de BERKELEY (1358- ) [602]. Born 1358.

2 Sir Maurice BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368) [189]. Born c. 1330, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Marr Elizabeth LE DESPENSER Aug 1338. Died 8 Jun 1368.

Sir Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Baron Berkeley the Valiant was an English peer.

4 Thomas BERKELEY (1296-1361) [599]. Born 1296. Died 27 Oct 1361.

8 Maurice DE BERKELEY 2nd Lord BERKELEY ( - ) [864].

9 Eve LA ZOUCHE ( - ) [865].

5 Lady Margaret MORTIMER ( - ) [600].

3 Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389) [190]. Born c. 1327. Died 13 Jul 1389.

6 Hugh LE DISPENSER (1286-1326) [191]. Born 1286. Died 24 Nov 1326.

In May 1306 Hugh was knighted

Hanged
. Sometimes referred to as "the Elder Despenser", was for a time the chief adviser to King Edward II of England.

12 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

13 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

7 Eleanor DE CLARE (1292-1337) [192]. Born 3 Oct 1292, Caerphilly in Glamorgan, Wales. Died 30 Jun 1337.

14 Gilbert DE CLARE (1243-1295) [193]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Marr Joan of ACRE c. 1290. Died 7 Dec 1295, Monmouth Castle.

Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour.

15 Joan of ACRE (1272-1307) [194]. Born Apr 1272, Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. Marr Ralph de MONTHERMER 1297. Died 23 Apr 1307, Clare, Suffolk, England.

The daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. The name "Acre" derives from her birthplace in the Holy Land while her parents were on a crusade.

She was married twice; her first husband was Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, one of the most powerful nobles in her father's kingdom; her second husband was Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in her household whom she married in secrecy.

Joan is most notable for the claim that miracles have allegedly taken place at her grave, and for the multiple references of her in literature.

Maurice BERKELEY ( - )

1 Maurice DE BERKELEY 2nd Lord BERKELEY ( - ) [864].

2 Thomas DE BERKELEY ( - ) [866].

3 Joan FERRERS ( - ) [867].

Millicent BERKELEY ( - )

1 Millicent DE BERKELEY ( - ) [869].

2 Maurice DE BERKELEY 2nd Lord BERKELEY ( - ) [864].

4 Thomas DE BERKELEY ( - ) [866].

5 Joan FERRERS ( - ) [867].

3 Eve LA ZOUCHE ( - ) [865].

Sedzilia BERKELEY (1145- )

1 Sedzilia DE BERKELEY (1145- ) [992]. Born 1145, Berkeley Castle, Gloucs.

Sir BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368)

1 Sir Maurice BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368) [189]. Born c. 1330, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Marr Elizabeth LE DESPENSER Aug 1338. Died 8 Jun 1368.

Sir Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Baron Berkeley the Valiant was an English peer.

2 Thomas BERKELEY (1296-1361) [599]. Born 1296. Died 27 Oct 1361.

4 Maurice DE BERKELEY 2nd Lord BERKELEY ( - ) [864].

8 Thomas DE BERKELEY ( - ) [866].

9 Joan FERRERS ( - ) [867].

5 Eve LA ZOUCHE ( - ) [865].

3 Lady Margaret MORTIMER ( - ) [600].

Thomas BERKELEY (1296-1361)

1 Thomas BERKELEY (1296-1361) [599]. Born 1296. Died 27 Oct 1361.

2 Maurice DE BERKELEY 2nd Lord BERKELEY ( - ) [864].

4 Thomas DE BERKELEY ( - ) [866].

5 Joan FERRERS ( - ) [867].

3 Eve LA ZOUCHE ( - ) [865].

Thomas BERKELEY (c. 1352-1417)

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Mother: Elizabeth LE DESPENSER, 1845, age 518, Elizabeth le Despenser

1 Thomas de BERKELEY (c. 1352-1417) [607]. Born c. 1352, Berkeley Castle, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Died 13 Jul 1417.

2 Sir Maurice BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368) [189]. Born c. 1330, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Marr Elizabeth LE DESPENSER Aug 1338. Died 8 Jun 1368.

Sir Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Baron Berkeley the Valiant was an English peer.

4 Thomas BERKELEY (1296-1361) [599]. Born 1296. Died 27 Oct 1361.

8 Maurice DE BERKELEY 2nd Lord BERKELEY ( - ) [864].

9 Eve LA ZOUCHE ( - ) [865].

5 Lady Margaret MORTIMER ( - ) [600].

3 Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389) [190]. Born c. 1327. Died 13 Jul 1389.

6 Hugh LE DISPENSER (1286-1326) [191]. Born 1286. Died 24 Nov 1326.

In May 1306 Hugh was knighted

Hanged
. Sometimes referred to as "the Elder Despenser", was for a time the chief adviser to King Edward II of England.

12 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

13 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

7 Eleanor DE CLARE (1292-1337) [192]. Born 3 Oct 1292, Caerphilly in Glamorgan, Wales. Died 30 Jun 1337.

14 Gilbert DE CLARE (1243-1295) [193]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Marr Joan of ACRE c. 1290. Died 7 Dec 1295, Monmouth Castle.

Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour.

15 Joan of ACRE (1272-1307) [194]. Born Apr 1272, Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. Marr Ralph de MONTHERMER 1297. Died 23 Apr 1307, Clare, Suffolk, England.

The daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. The name "Acre" derives from her birthplace in the Holy Land while her parents were on a crusade.

She was married twice; her first husband was Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, one of the most powerful nobles in her father's kingdom; her second husband was Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in her household whom she married in secrecy.

Joan is most notable for the claim that miracles have allegedly taken place at her grave, and for the multiple references of her in literature.

Thomas BERKELEY ( - )

1 Thomas DE BERKELEY ( - ) [866].

James BERKELEY (OF THORNBURY) (c. 1466-1515)

1 James BERKELEY (OF THORNBURY) (c. 1466-1515) [181]. Born c. 1466. Died 1515.

2 Maurice De BERKELEY (SIR) (c. 1436-c. 1506) [183]. Born c. 1436. Died c. 1506.

4 James De BERKELEY (SIR) (c. 1394-1463) [185]. Born c. 1394. Died 1463.

8 James De BERKELEY (1355-1405) [187]. Born 1355, Little Marchfield, Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, England. Died 13 Jun 1405.

9 Elizabeth BLUET ( - ) [188]. Born. Died.

(Daughter of Sir John Bluet).

5 Isobel MOWBRAY (FARRON ?) ( - ) [186]. Born. Died.

3 Isobel MEAD ( -1517) [184]. Born. Died 1517.

( daughter of Sir Philip Mead of Bristol).

James BERKELEY (SIR) (c. 1394-1463)

1 James De BERKELEY (SIR) (c. 1394-1463) [185]. Born c. 1394. Died 1463.

2 James De BERKELEY (1355-1405) [187]. Born 1355, Little Marchfield, Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, England. Died 13 Jun 1405.

4 Sir Maurice BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368) [189]. Born c. 1330, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Marr Elizabeth LE DESPENSER Aug 1338. Died 8 Jun 1368.

Sir Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Baron Berkeley the Valiant was an English peer.

8 Thomas BERKELEY (1296-1361) [599]. Born 1296. Died 27 Oct 1361.

9 Lady Margaret MORTIMER ( - ) [600].

5 Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389) [190]. Born c. 1327. Died 13 Jul 1389.

10 Hugh LE DISPENSER (1286-1326) [191]. Born 1286. Died 24 Nov 1326.

In May 1306 Hugh was knighted

Hanged
. Sometimes referred to as "the Elder Despenser", was for a time the chief adviser to King Edward II of England.

11 Eleanor DE CLARE (1292-1337) [192]. Born 3 Oct 1292, Caerphilly in Glamorgan, Wales. Died 30 Jun 1337.

3 Elizabeth BLUET ( - ) [188]. Born. Died.

(Daughter of Sir John Bluet).

Maurice BERKELEY (SIR) (c. 1436-c. 1506)

1 Maurice De BERKELEY (SIR) (c. 1436-c. 1506) [183]. Born c. 1436. Died c. 1506.

2 James De BERKELEY (SIR) (c. 1394-1463) [185]. Born c. 1394. Died 1463.

4 James De BERKELEY (1355-1405) [187]. Born 1355, Little Marchfield, Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, England. Died 13 Jun 1405.

8 Sir Maurice BERKELEY (c. 1330-1368) [189]. Born c. 1330, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Marr Elizabeth LE DESPENSER Aug 1338. Died 8 Jun 1368.

Sir Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Baron Berkeley the Valiant was an English peer.

9 Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389) [190]. Born c. 1327. Died 13 Jul 1389.

5 Elizabeth BLUET ( - ) [188]. Born. Died.

(Daughter of Sir John Bluet).

3 Isobel MOWBRAY (FARRON ?) ( - ) [186]. Born. Died.

Amarlie BERNSTEIN ( - )

1 Amarlie BERNSTEIN ( - ) [656].

2 Clive BERNSTEIN ( - ) [298]. Born. Died.

4 Ian BERNSTEIN (c. 1950- ) [296]. Born c. 1950, Wirral ? Marr Brenda MADDISON 20 Mar 1971, St. James Parish Church, Birkenhead.

8 John BERNSTEIN (1912-1971) [295]. Born 29 Dec 1912, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Marr Gladys LINLEY 28 Feb 1942, Methodist Church, Wesbourne Road, W. Died 15 May 1971, Hoylake, Cheshire, England.

9 Gladys LINLEY (1914-2003) [294]. Born 21 Jan 1914, Dinmore, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Died 2 Mar 2003, Abbeyfield Nursing Home, Wesr Kirby, Wirral, Ch.

5 Brenda MADDISON (1951- ) [297]. Born 10 Apr 1951, Birkenhead, Cheshire, England. Died.

3 Becky ( - ) [658].

Clive BERNSTEIN ( - )

1 Clive BERNSTEIN ( - ) [298]. Born. Died.

2 Ian BERNSTEIN (c. 1950- ) [296]. Born c. 1950, Wirral ? Marr Brenda MADDISON 20 Mar 1971, St. James Parish Church, Birkenhead.

4 John BERNSTEIN (1912-1971) [295]. Born 29 Dec 1912, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Marr Gladys LINLEY 28 Feb 1942, Methodist Church, Wesbourne Road, W. Died 15 May 1971, Hoylake, Cheshire, England.

8 Frederick William BERNSTEIN (1876- ) [659]. Born 1876. Marr Senny ALDAM 10 Oct 1909, St. Alban Church, Bevington, Liverpool.

9 Senny ALDAM (1885-1959) [661]. Born 1885, Liverpool. Died 1959.

5 Gladys LINLEY (1914-2003) [294]. Born 21 Jan 1914, Dinmore, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Died 2 Mar 2003, Abbeyfield Nursing Home, Wesr Kirby, Wirral, Ch.

10 William LINLEY ( - ) [662].

11 Mary Anne JONES ( - ) [663].

3 Brenda MADDISON (1951- ) [297]. Born 10 Apr 1951, Birkenhead, Cheshire, England. Died.

Frederick BERNSTEIN (1917- )

1 Frederick BERNSTEIN (1917- ) [660]. Born 1 Apr 1917.

2 Frederick William BERNSTEIN (1876- ) [659]. Born 1876. Marr Senny ALDAM 10 Oct 1909, St. Alban Church, Bevington, Liverpool.

4 Peter Frederick BERNSTEIN (c. 1851-bef1909) [664]. Born c. 1851, Poland. Marr Rose-Hannah WRIGHT 28 Oct 1873, Walton-0n-the-hill, Bootle, Liverpool. Died btw 1902 and 1909.

8 Peter BERNSTEIN (c. 1816-bef1873) [666]. Born c. 1816, Poland. Marr unknown 1840, Poland. Died bef 1873.

9 unknown (c. 1815- ) [667]. Born c. 1815.

5 Rose-Hannah WRIGHT (1851- ) [665]. Born 1851, Bristol, Gloucester.

3 Senny ALDAM (1885-1959) [661]. Born 1885, Liverpool. Died 1959.

Frederick BERNSTEIN (1876- )

1 Frederick William BERNSTEIN (1876- ) [659]. Born 1876. Marr Senny ALDAM 10 Oct 1909, St. Alban Church, Bevington, Liverpool.

2 Peter Frederick BERNSTEIN (c. 1851-bef1909) [664]. Born c. 1851, Poland. Marr Rose-Hannah WRIGHT 28 Oct 1873, Walton-0n-the-hill, Bootle, Liverpool. Died btw 1902 and 1909.

4 Peter BERNSTEIN (c. 1816-bef1873) [666]. Born c. 1816, Poland. Marr unknown 1840, Poland. Died bef 1873.

5 unknown (c. 1815- ) [667]. Born c. 1815.

3 Rose-Hannah WRIGHT (1851- ) [665]. Born 1851, Bristol, Gloucester.

Ian BERNSTEIN (c. 1950- )

1 Ian BERNSTEIN (c. 1950- ) [296]. Born c. 1950, Wirral ? Marr Brenda MADDISON 20 Mar 1971, St. James Parish Church, Birkenhead.

2 John BERNSTEIN (1912-1971) [295]. Born 29 Dec 1912, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Marr Gladys LINLEY 28 Feb 1942, Methodist Church, Wesbourne Road, W. Died 15 May 1971, Hoylake, Cheshire, England.

4 Frederick William BERNSTEIN (1876- ) [659]. Born 1876. Marr Senny ALDAM 10 Oct 1909, St. Alban Church, Bevington, Liverpool.

8 Peter Frederick BERNSTEIN (c. 1851-bef1909) [664]. Born c. 1851, Poland. Marr Rose-Hannah WRIGHT 28 Oct 1873, Walton-0n-the-hill, Bootle, Liverpool. Died btw 1902 and 1909.

9 Rose-Hannah WRIGHT (1851- ) [665]. Born 1851, Bristol, Gloucester.

5 Senny ALDAM (1885-1959) [661]. Born 1885, Liverpool. Died 1959.

3 Gladys LINLEY (1914-2003) [294]. Born 21 Jan 1914, Dinmore, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Died 2 Mar 2003, Abbeyfield Nursing Home, Wesr Kirby, Wirral, Ch.

6 William LINLEY ( - ) [662].

7 Mary Anne JONES ( - ) [663].

Janet BERNSTEIN (1953- )

1 Janet BERNSTEIN1 (1953- ) [29]. Born 9 Mar 1953, Hoscope Park Nursing Home, Westkirby. Marr Michael Harold FOSTER 11 May 1974, Westbourne Road Methodist Church, Westkirby.

2 John BERNSTEIN (1912-1971) [295]. Born 29 Dec 1912, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Marr Gladys LINLEY 28 Feb 1942, Methodist Church, Wesbourne Road, W. Died 15 May 1971, Hoylake, Cheshire, England.

4 Frederick William BERNSTEIN (1876- ) [659]. Born 1876. Marr Senny ALDAM 10 Oct 1909, St. Alban Church, Bevington, Liverpool.

8 Peter Frederick BERNSTEIN (c. 1851-bef1909) [664]. Born c. 1851, Poland. Marr Rose-Hannah WRIGHT 28 Oct 1873, Walton-0n-the-hill, Bootle, Liverpool. Died btw 1902 and 1909.

9 Rose-Hannah WRIGHT (1851- ) [665]. Born 1851, Bristol, Gloucester.

5 Senny ALDAM (1885-1959) [661]. Born 1885, Liverpool. Died 1959.

3 Gladys LINLEY (1914-2003) [294]. Born 21 Jan 1914, Dinmore, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Died 2 Mar 2003, Abbeyfield Nursing Home, Wesr Kirby, Wirral, Ch.

6 William LINLEY ( - ) [662].

7 Mary Anne JONES ( - ) [663].

Sources

1In person

John BERNSTEIN (1912-1971)

1 John BERNSTEIN (1912-1971) [295]. Born 29 Dec 1912, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Marr Gladys LINLEY 28 Feb 1942, Methodist Church, Wesbourne Road, W. Died 15 May 1971, Hoylake, Cheshire, England.

2 Frederick William BERNSTEIN (1876- ) [659]. Born 1876. Marr Senny ALDAM 10 Oct 1909, St. Alban Church, Bevington, Liverpool.

4 Peter Frederick BERNSTEIN (c. 1851-bef1909) [664]. Born c. 1851, Poland. Marr Rose-Hannah WRIGHT 28 Oct 1873, Walton-0n-the-hill, Bootle, Liverpool. Died btw 1902 and 1909.

8 Peter BERNSTEIN (c. 1816-bef1873) [666]. Born c. 1816, Poland. Marr unknown 1840, Poland. Died bef 1873.

9 unknown (c. 1815- ) [667]. Born c. 1815.

5 Rose-Hannah WRIGHT (1851- ) [665]. Born 1851, Bristol, Gloucester.

3 Senny ALDAM (1885-1959) [661]. Born 1885, Liverpool. Died 1959.

Moses BERNSTEIN (1841- )

1 Moses BERNSTEIN (1841- ) [668]. Born 1841.

2 Peter Frederick BERNSTEIN (c. 1851-bef1909) [664]. Born c. 1851, Poland. Marr Rose-Hannah WRIGHT 28 Oct 1873, Walton-0n-the-hill, Bootle, Liverpool. Died btw 1902 and 1909.

4 Peter BERNSTEIN (c. 1816-bef1873) [666]. Born c. 1816, Poland. Marr unknown 1840, Poland. Died bef 1873.

5 unknown (c. 1815- ) [667]. Born c. 1815.

3 Rose-Hannah WRIGHT (1851- ) [665]. Born 1851, Bristol, Gloucester.

Mya BERNSTEIN ( - )

1 Mya BERNSTEIN ( - ) [657].

2 Clive BERNSTEIN ( - ) [298]. Born. Died.

4 Ian BERNSTEIN (c. 1950- ) [296]. Born c. 1950, Wirral ? Marr Brenda MADDISON 20 Mar 1971, St. James Parish Church, Birkenhead.

8 John BERNSTEIN (1912-1971) [295]. Born 29 Dec 1912, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Marr Gladys LINLEY 28 Feb 1942, Methodist Church, Wesbourne Road, W. Died 15 May 1971, Hoylake, Cheshire, England.

9 Gladys LINLEY (1914-2003) [294]. Born 21 Jan 1914, Dinmore, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Died 2 Mar 2003, Abbeyfield Nursing Home, Wesr Kirby, Wirral, Ch.

5 Brenda MADDISON (1951- ) [297]. Born 10 Apr 1951, Birkenhead, Cheshire, England. Died.

3 Becky ( - ) [658].

Peter BERNSTEIN (c. 1816-bef1873)

1 Peter BERNSTEIN (c. 1816-bef1873) [666]. Born c. 1816, Poland. Marr unknown 1840, Poland. Died bef 1873.

Peter BERNSTEIN (c. 1851-bef1909)

1 Peter Frederick BERNSTEIN (c. 1851-bef1909) [664]. Born c. 1851, Poland. Marr Rose-Hannah WRIGHT 28 Oct 1873, Walton-0n-the-hill, Bootle, Liverpool. Died btw 1902 and 1909.

2 Peter BERNSTEIN (c. 1816-bef1873) [666]. Born c. 1816, Poland. Marr unknown 1840, Poland. Died bef 1873.

3 unknown (c. 1815- ) [667]. Born c. 1815.

Phoenix BERNSTEIN (2001- )

1 Phoenix BERNSTEIN (2001- ) [654]. Born 19 Feb 2001.

2 Clive BERNSTEIN ( - ) [298]. Born. Died.

4 Ian BERNSTEIN (c. 1950- ) [296]. Born c. 1950, Wirral ? Marr Brenda MADDISON 20 Mar 1971, St. James Parish Church, Birkenhead.

8 John BERNSTEIN (1912-1971) [295]. Born 29 Dec 1912, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Marr Gladys LINLEY 28 Feb 1942, Methodist Church, Wesbourne Road, W. Died 15 May 1971, Hoylake, Cheshire, England.

9 Gladys LINLEY (1914-2003) [294]. Born 21 Jan 1914, Dinmore, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Died 2 Mar 2003, Abbeyfield Nursing Home, Wesr Kirby, Wirral, Ch.

5 Brenda MADDISON (1951- ) [297]. Born 10 Apr 1951, Birkenhead, Cheshire, England. Died.

3 Becky ( - ) [658].

Shyla BERNSTEIN ( - )

1 Shyla BERNSTEIN ( - ) [655].

2 Clive BERNSTEIN ( - ) [298]. Born. Died.

4 Ian BERNSTEIN (c. 1950- ) [296]. Born c. 1950, Wirral ? Marr Brenda MADDISON 20 Mar 1971, St. James Parish Church, Birkenhead.

8 John BERNSTEIN (1912-1971) [295]. Born 29 Dec 1912, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Marr Gladys LINLEY 28 Feb 1942, Methodist Church, Wesbourne Road, W. Died 15 May 1971, Hoylake, Cheshire, England.

9 Gladys LINLEY (1914-2003) [294]. Born 21 Jan 1914, Dinmore, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Died 2 Mar 2003, Abbeyfield Nursing Home, Wesr Kirby, Wirral, Ch.

5 Brenda MADDISON (1951- ) [297]. Born 10 Apr 1951, Birkenhead, Cheshire, England. Died.

3 Becky ( - ) [658].

Sarah BLACKALL (c. 1660- )

1 Sarah BLACKALL (c. 1660- ) [792]. Born c. 1660. Christened 1660, Britnell, Oxon.

Mary BLACKETT (1800-1845)

1 Mary BLACKETT (1800-1845) [373]. Born 1800, Whickham, Co Durham. Marr Robert STANKLEY. Died 24 Oct 1845, Hillgate Bank, Gateshead, Co Durham.

Emily BLACKWOOD (1891-1970)

1 Emily BLACKWOOD (1891-1970) [143]. Born 24 Oct 1891. Died 6 Aug 1970.

Elizabeth BLUET ( - )

1 Elizabeth BLUET ( - ) [188]. Born. Died.

(Daughter of Sir John Bluet).

Sheila BRADLEY (1930- )

1 Sheila BRADLEY (1930- ) [355]. Born 2 Mar 1930. Died.

Rachel BRAITHWAITE (1768- )

1 Rachel BRAITHWAITE (1768- ) [1146]. Born 30 Jul 1768, Kendal. Marr Samuel LLOYD 3 Oct 1791, Preston Patrick.

Giles BRAOSE (1265- )

1 Giles DE BRAOSE (1265- ) [878]. Born 1265, Bramber, Sussex.

Lucy BRAOSE ( - )

1 Lucy DE BRAOSE ( - ) [877].

2 Giles DE BRAOSE (1265- ) [878]. Born 1265, Bramber, Sussex.

3 Beatrice DE ST. HELEN (1270- ) [879]. Born 1270, Wittenham Manor, Berks.

John BRIENNE ( - )

1 John of BRIENNE ( - ) [538].

Muriel BRODRICK (1881- )

1 Muriel BRODRICK (1881- ) [981]. Born 23 Nov 1881.

Jane BROWER (1817- )

1 Jane BROWER (1817- ) [705]. Born 1817, Stockton, Durham.

2 BROWER ( - ) [710].

3 Jane (1783- ) [709]. Born 1783, Kildale, North Yorkshire.

Ada BROWN (1867-1948)

1 Ada BROWN1 (1867-1948) [280]. Born 1867, Parishes of St Nicholas, lincolnshire. Marr Thomas FOSTER 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1948.


In 1871v Census, living at: Church Lane, St Nicholas, Lincoln, with BROWN, Mark - Head - M - 43 - 1828 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Jane Wife - F - 30 - 1841 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Emily J - Sister - F - 2 - 1869 - Lincolnshire.

In 1881 Census, living at: 30, Canwick Rd, Lincoln St Mary-Le-Wigford (Stepdaughter to GRAHAM, John William and Jane).

2 Mark BROWN (c. 1828- ) [506]. Born c. 1828, Lincolnshire. Marr Jane MARSHALL 1 May 1859, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

Labourer at Ironworks in 1871.

4 John BROWN (to1796- ) [1718]. Born to 1796, Lincolnshire, England.

5 Elizabeth ( - ) [1719].

3 Jane MARSHALL (c. 1840- ) [507]. Born c. 1840, Lincolnshire.

Sources

1FHF & EM Marriage Certificate

Emily BROWN (1869- )

1 Emily J BROWN (1869- ) [508]. Born 1869, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

2 Mark BROWN (c. 1828- ) [506]. Born c. 1828, Lincolnshire. Marr Jane MARSHALL 1 May 1859, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

Labourer at Ironworks in 1871.

4 John BROWN (to1796- ) [1718]. Born to 1796, Lincolnshire, England.

5 Elizabeth ( - ) [1719].

3 Jane MARSHALL (c. 1840- ) [507]. Born c. 1840, Lincolnshire.

Mark BROWN (c. 1828- )

1 Mark BROWN (c. 1828- ) [506]. Born c. 1828, Lincolnshire. Marr Jane MARSHALL 1 May 1859, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

Labourer at Ironworks in 1871.

2 John BROWN (to1796- ) [1718]. Born to 1796, Lincolnshire, England.

3 Elizabeth ( - ) [1719].

Sarah BROWN ( - )

1 Sarah BROWN ( - ) [1105].

David II of Scotland David BRUCE (1323- )

1 David BRUCE (1323- ) [1011]. Born 5 Mar 1323.

Judith BRYANT (c. 1620-1655)

1 Judith BRYANT (c. 1620-1655) [794]. Born c. 1620. Christened 1620, Litton, Dorset. Died 29 Jun 1655.

Jessie BUCKLEY (1900-1984)

1 Jessie BUCKLEY (1900-1984) [236]. Born 1900. Died 1984.

BULL ( - )

1 BULL ( - ) [313]. Born. Died.

Alice BULL (1862-1927)

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Alice Clara BULL, Great Grandma Bull

1 Alice Clara BULL (1862-1927) [59]. Born 1862, Sussex Brighton. Marr William Clifford WILSON 1881, Kings Norton, Worcestershire. Died 20 May 1927.

2 BULL ( - ) [313]. Born. Died.

3 [unnamed person] ( - ) [314]. Born. Died.

David BURGESS (1982- )

1 David BURGESS1 (1982- ) [33]. Born 30 Dec 1982, Warrington Hospital. Died.

2 Ken BURGESS1 (1954- ) [32]. Born 27 Oct 1954, Greasby.

3 Eileen FOSTER2 (1957- ) [24]. Born 8 Mar 1957, 10, Sandringham Avenue, Hoylake. Died.

6 Gordon Harold FOSTER3 (1918-1996) [13]. Born 1918, Cable Road, Hoylake. Marr Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN 9 Mar 1951, Wallasey, Cheshire. Died 18 Jul 1996.

12 Frances Harold FOSTER4 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

13 Ethel MICKLE5 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

7 Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN1 (1923-2009) [21]. Born 23 Aug 1923, Marsham, Norfolk, England. Died 2 Aug 2009.

Lived in a Christian home. Adopted at age of (???) , by a (single) School Teacher.
Real mother was secretary to a butcher/farm manager. Father is believed to be the butcher/farm manager.
Original name, Poppy Freeman.
Grace Christian was also adopted by the 'school teacher'.

14 William Martin WINK (1892-1983) [669]. Born 19 Jun 1892, Norfolk. Died 14 Oct 1983.

15 Ruby Lenora FREEMAN (1896-1979) [300]. Born 19 Dec 1896, Halesworth, Suffolk, England. Died 1979, Gipping, Suffolk, England.

Sources

1In person
2Mother
3Relatives
4Grave stone & Marriage certificate
5Grave stone & Grand-son

Ken BURGESS (1954- )

1 Ken BURGESS1 (1954- ) [32]. Born 27 Oct 1954, Greasby.

Sources

1In person

Kevin BURGESS (1985- )

1 Kevin BURGESS1 (1985- ) [46]. Born 13 Jun 1985, Warrington Hospital. Died.

2 Ken BURGESS1 (1954- ) [32]. Born 27 Oct 1954, Greasby.

3 Eileen FOSTER2 (1957- ) [24]. Born 8 Mar 1957, 10, Sandringham Avenue, Hoylake. Died.

6 Gordon Harold FOSTER3 (1918-1996) [13]. Born 1918, Cable Road, Hoylake. Marr Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN 9 Mar 1951, Wallasey, Cheshire. Died 18 Jul 1996.

12 Frances Harold FOSTER4 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

13 Ethel MICKLE5 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

7 Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN1 (1923-2009) [21]. Born 23 Aug 1923, Marsham, Norfolk, England. Died 2 Aug 2009.

Lived in a Christian home. Adopted at age of (???) , by a (single) School Teacher.
Real mother was secretary to a butcher/farm manager. Father is believed to be the butcher/farm manager.
Original name, Poppy Freeman.
Grace Christian was also adopted by the 'school teacher'.

14 William Martin WINK (1892-1983) [669]. Born 19 Jun 1892, Norfolk. Died 14 Oct 1983.

15 Ruby Lenora FREEMAN (1896-1979) [300]. Born 19 Dec 1896, Halesworth, Suffolk, England. Died 1979, Gipping, Suffolk, England.

Sources

1In person
2Mother
3Relatives
4Grave stone & Marriage certificate
5Grave stone & Grand-son

Susan BURGESS ( - )

1 Susan Jenny BURGESS ( - ) [771]. Marr Philip John WITHY 26 Oct 1974, New Plymouth.

Sue BURNAND (1956- )

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Sue BURNAND, sue_w

1 Sue BURNAND1 (1956- ) [55]. Born 1 Jun 1956. Died.

Sources

1Gillian Withy (nee Lamb)

Ann BURNELL (1827- )

1 Ann BURNELL (1827- ) [489]. Born 1827, Bridgwater, Somerset. Marr Henry REED 1848, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucester.

In 1852, lived at 19, West Street, Clifton, Bristol - Occupation was Booksellers

1861 census, lived at: 13, Bath Street, Temple, Bristol - Occupation is: Stationer - States "born At Sea" but could be where husband was?

1871 census - Lived at 13 Bath Street, Bristol.

2 James BURNELL (1791- ) [681]. Born 1791. Marr Elizabeth CLOWTER 19 Jun 1821, Bridgwater.

Parish records indicate a burial for James Hill BURNELL, at Sampford Brett, in Somerset.

3 Elizabeth CLOWTER ( - ) [683].

James BURNELL (1831- )

1 James BURNELL (1831- ) [682]. Born 1831.

2 James BURNELL (1791- ) [681]. Born 1791. Marr Elizabeth CLOWTER 19 Jun 1821, Bridgwater.

Parish records indicate a burial for James Hill BURNELL, at Sampford Brett, in Somerset.

3 Elizabeth CLOWTER ( - ) [683].

James BURNELL (1791- )

1 James BURNELL (1791- ) [681]. Born 1791. Marr Elizabeth CLOWTER 19 Jun 1821, Bridgwater.

Parish records indicate a burial for James Hill BURNELL, at Sampford Brett, in Somerset.

Arthur BURNS (1891- )

1 Arthur BURNS (1891- ) [552]. Born 1891, Bootle Nr Liverpool.

2 Arthur BURNS (1857- ) [550]. Born 1857, Toxteth Park, Liverpool. Marr Mary 1884.

in 1911 census, worked for the Hoylake and West Kirby Gas and Water Company - living at 18 manor road, Great Meols, Wirral, Cheshire (7 children born alive, 4 living, 3 died)
in 1891 census, lived at 37, Scott Street, Bootle Cum Linacre, Bootle.

3 Mary (1857- ) [551]. Born 1857, Liverpool.

Arthur BURNS (1857- )

1 Arthur BURNS (1857- ) [550]. Born 1857, Toxteth Park, Liverpool. Marr Mary 1884.

in 1911 census, worked for the Hoylake and West Kirby Gas and Water Company - living at 18 manor road, Great Meols, Wirral, Cheshire (7 children born alive, 4 living, 3 died)
in 1891 census, lived at 37, Scott Street, Bootle Cum Linacre, Bootle.

Bertie BURNS (1894- )

1 Bertie BURNS (1894- ) [553]. Born 1894, Bootle Nr Liverpool.

2 Arthur BURNS (1857- ) [550]. Born 1857, Toxteth Park, Liverpool. Marr Mary 1884.

in 1911 census, worked for the Hoylake and West Kirby Gas and Water Company - living at 18 manor road, Great Meols, Wirral, Cheshire (7 children born alive, 4 living, 3 died)
in 1891 census, lived at 37, Scott Street, Bootle Cum Linacre, Bootle.

3 Mary (1857- ) [551]. Born 1857, Liverpool.

Catherine BURNS (1889-1956)

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Catherine Mary BURNS, 1956, age 67, Catherine Mickle headstone

1 Catherine Mary BURNS (1889-1956) [540]. Born 1889, Bootle Nr Liverpool. Marr Henry Ernest MICKLE 1914. Died 16 Aug 1956.

2 Arthur BURNS (1857- ) [550]. Born 1857, Toxteth Park, Liverpool. Marr Mary 1884.

in 1911 census, worked for the Hoylake and West Kirby Gas and Water Company - living at 18 manor road, Great Meols, Wirral, Cheshire (7 children born alive, 4 living, 3 died)
in 1891 census, lived at 37, Scott Street, Bootle Cum Linacre, Bootle.

3 Mary (1857- ) [551]. Born 1857, Liverpool.

Walter BURNS (1888- )

1 Walter John BURNS (1888- ) [554]. Born 1888, Bootle Nr Liverpool.

2 Arthur BURNS (1857- ) [550]. Born 1857, Toxteth Park, Liverpool. Marr Mary 1884.

in 1911 census, worked for the Hoylake and West Kirby Gas and Water Company - living at 18 manor road, Great Meols, Wirral, Cheshire (7 children born alive, 4 living, 3 died)
in 1891 census, lived at 37, Scott Street, Bootle Cum Linacre, Bootle.

3 Mary (1857- ) [551]. Born 1857, Liverpool.

Edmund BUTLER 4th Viscount Mountgarret ( - )

1 Edmund BUTLER ( - ) [946].

Edward BUTLER Of Ballyraggett ( - )

1 Edward BUTLER ( - ) [948].

2 Edmund BUTLER ( - ) [946].

3 Elizabeth SIMEON ( - ) [947].

Frances BUTLER ( - )

1 Frances BUTLER ( - ) [952].

2 George BUTLER ( -1702) [950]. Died 19 Sep 1702.

4 Edward BUTLER ( - ) [948].

8 Edmund BUTLER ( - ) [946].

9 Elizabeth SIMEON ( - ) [947].

5 Elizabeth MATTHEW ( - ) [949].

3 Catherine KING ( - ) [951].

George BUTLER ( -1702)

1 George BUTLER ( -1702) [950]. Died 19 Sep 1702.

2 Edward BUTLER ( - ) [948].

4 Edmund BUTLER ( - ) [946].

5 Elizabeth SIMEON ( - ) [947].

3 Elizabeth MATTHEW ( - ) [949].

Thomas BUTLER ( - )

1 Thomas BUTLER ( - ) [623].

Sir.

Edith CAMERON ( - )

1 Edith Barbera CAMERON1 ( - ) [449]. Born. Marr Vivian WITHY. Died.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Mary CANWIN (OR IS IT CANVIN?)NEE FOWLER) (1729-1822)

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Mary CANWIN (OR IS IT CANVIN?)NEE FOWLER), 1822, age 93, Mary Withy death 1822

1 Mary CANWIN (OR IS IT CANVIN?)NEE FOWLER) (1729-1822) [133]. Born 1729, Bristol, Gloucs, England. Marr George WITHY 7 Oct 1762. Died 20 Oct 1822.

2 John FOWLER (1727-1777) [134]. Born 1727, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Elizabeth GULSON 8 May 1760. Died 14 May 1777, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Date of birth clashes with parents dob ??

3 Elizabeth GULSON1 (1726- ) [135]. Born 16 Apr 1726, Coventry, Warwickshire. Died.

6 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

7 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

14 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

15 Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692) [170]. Born c. 1670. Died 1692.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Isabella CAPET (1292-1358)

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Isabella CAPET, Isabella_of_France

1 Isabella CAPET1 (1292-1358) [308]. Born 1292, Paris, France. Marr Edward II 22 Jan 1307. Died 22 Aug 1358.

Sometimes described as the She-wolf of France, she was Queen consort of England as the wife of Edward II of England. She was the youngest surviving child and only surviving daughter of Philip IV of France and Joan I of Navarre. Queen Isabella was notable at the time for her beauty, diplomatic skills and intelligence.

Isabella arrived in England at the age of twelve during a period of growing conflict between the king and the powerful baronial factions. Her new husband was notorious for the patronage he lavished on his favourite, Piers Gaveston, but the queen supported Edward during these early years, forming a working relationship with Piers and using her relationship with the French monarchy to bolster her own authority and power. After the death of Gaveston at the hands of the barons in 1312, however, Edward later turned to a new favourite, Hugh Despenser the younger, and attempted to take revenge on the barons, resulting in the Despenser War and a period of internal repression across England. Isabella could not tolerate Hugh Despenser and by 1325 her marriage to Edward was at a breaking point.

Travelling to France under the guise of a diplomatic mission, Isabella began an affair with Roger Mortimer, and the two agreed to depose Edward and oust the Despenser family. The Queen returned to England with a small mercenary army in 1326; moving rapidly across England, the King's forces deserted him. Isabella deposed Edward, becoming regent on behalf of her son, Edward III. Many have believed that Isabella then arranged the murder of Edward II. Isabella and Mortimer's regime began to crumble, partly because of her lavish spending, but also because the Queen successfully, but unpopularly, resolved long-running problems such as the wars with Scotland.

In 1330, Isabella's son Edward III deposed Mortimer in turn, taking back his authority and executing Isabella's lover. The Queen was not punished, however, and lived for many years in considerable style, although not at Edward III's court, until her death in 1358. Isabella became a popular "femme fatale" figure in plays and literature over the years, usually portrayed as a beautiful but cruel, manipulative figure.

2 Philip IV of FRANCE (1269-1314) [1556]. Born 1269. Died 29 Nov 1314.

3 Joan I of NAVARRE (1273-c. 1305) [1557]. Born 14 Jan 1273. Died c. Apr 1305.

Sources

1History books

Thomas CAR ( -1884)

1 Thomas CAR ( -1884) [846]. Marr Hannah WRIGHT 5 Apr 1865, London. Died 9 Dec 1884, Staincliffe, Dewsbury.

Vincent CAREY ( - )

1 Vincent John CAREY ( - ) [757]. Marr Elizabeth Catherine WITHY 13 Jan 1962, Whakatane, New Zealand.

Alfonso CASTILE ( - )

1 Alfonso VIII of CASTILE ( - ) [533].

Ferdinand CASTILE (1200-1252)

picture

Mother: Doña BERENGUELA, 1246, age 66, Doña_Berenguela_01

1 Ferdinand III of CASTILE (1200-1252) [535]. Born 1200. Died 1252.

2 Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ (1171-1230) [456]. Born 15 Aug 1171. Marr Doña BERENGUELA 1197. Died 24 Sep 1230.

4 Fernando II Alfonsez KING OF LEON ( - ) [458]. Born. Marr Urraca Affonsez QUEEN OF LEON. Died.

5 Urraca Affonsez QUEEN OF LEON ( - ) [459]. Died.

3 Doña BERENGUELA (1180-1246) [457]. Born 1180. Died 8 Nov 1246.

Note on Marriage to Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ: Annulled in 1204 by Pope Innocent III because they were second cousins.

6 Alfonso VIII of CASTILE ( - ) [533].

7 Eleanor PLANTAGENET ( - ) [530].

14 Henry II of ENGLAND ( - ) [531].

15 Eleanor of AQUITAINE ( - ) [532].

ELEANOR CASTILLE (1240-1290)

1 ELEANOR of CASTILLE (1240-1290) [863]. Born 1240. Died 29 Nov 1290.

2 Ferdinand III of CASTILE (1200-1252) [535]. Born 1200. Died 1252.

4 Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ (1171-1230) [456]. Born 15 Aug 1171. Marr Doña BERENGUELA 1197. Died 24 Sep 1230.

8 Fernando II Alfonsez KING OF LEON ( - ) [458]. Born. Marr Urraca Affonsez QUEEN OF LEON. Died.

9 Urraca Affonsez QUEEN OF LEON ( - ) [459]. Died.

5 Doña BERENGUELA (1180-1246) [457]. Born 1180. Died 8 Nov 1246.

Note on Marriage to Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ: Annulled in 1204 by Pope Innocent III because they were second cousins.

10 Alfonso VIII of CASTILE ( - ) [533].

11 Eleanor PLANTAGENET ( - ) [530].

Alan CAVERHILL ( - )

1 Alan Kinsgley CAVERHILL ( - ) [776].

2 Ivan Maskell WITHY (1899-1986) [716]. Born 15 May 1899, Taneatua, BOP, New Zealand. Marr Olive Hilda SMITH (nee Stephenson) 26 Oct 1968, Whakatane, New Zealand. Died 17 Oct 1986, Whakatane, New Zealand.

NZ Reg no. 1899/5002.

4 Harold WITHY (c. 1875-1946) [431]. Born c. 9 Apr 1875, West Hartlepool, Durham. Died 17 Jan 1946, Whakatane, New Zealand.

8 Edward WITHY (1844-1927) [125]. Born 22 Dec 1844, Bristol, Gloucester. Marr Anne TREADGOLD 8 Feb 1868, St Marylebone, London. Died 26 Mar 1927, St. Luke's, Jersey, Channel lslands.

Edward Withy, was born in Bristol, of Quaker stock, in 1844, and was educated at the Friends' School, Sidcot (see: http://www.sidcot.org.uk/) which he attended between 1854 and 1859.

After leaving Sidcot School, Edward Withy became a "Ship Draftsman Apprentice", to Messrs. Richardson and Duck, Shipbuilders, Stockton-on-Tees. Whilst away from his family in Bristol, he was boarding with William Marwood, at: York Street in Thornaby, Durham.
On completing his apprenticeship, he entered the iron industry being employed by the Stockton shipbuilder Richardson, Duck in which he was very successful. He soon rose to be manager of the yard and for some time he acted as inspector to the P. & O. Steamship Company, travelling extensively in Eastern waters.
Returning home in 1867, he married Miss Annie Treadgold, of Stockton-on-Tees. About this time, he also took a trip to Australia for the benefit of his health with his wife and eldest son, and there conceived a liking for the Colonies.
In 1869, Edward Withy formed a shipbuilding partnership in Hartlepool, with Edward Alexander, who had been head cashier at Denton, Gray (WITHY, ALEXANDER & Company - HARTLEPOOL - 1869 – 1874). They took over Denton Gray’s former Middleton shipyard and their first ship was the Maria Ysabel, launched in May 1869.

In 1871 Census, was staying with James & Gertrude Tanner (Cousin) in Cheddar - listed as "master from Shipbuilder of west Hartlepool".

On November 2, 1872, a patent (No. 3252) for Improvements in mixing, charging, and smelting iron ores was taken out by Edward Withy and William Gibson, of West Hartlepool, Durham. The object of this invention was to save fuel as much as possible. In effecting this, in the first place, the ores are crushed and ground, and the smaller they are ground the less fuel they take to smelt them. Second. The pulverised ores are mixed with the required quantity of lime and water to a stiff paste, which paste is forced into moulds or through dies, in a similar manner to drain tiles, the dies being made to give such shape or form to charging sections as will afford the greatest amount of heating surface, according to the weight and strength of the materials. With these sections are charged blast furnaces, puddling-furnaces, cupolas, and vibratory-furnaces, in manner described in Letters Patent No. 2672, A.D. 1872, and more especially they are used in the improved puddling-furnaces described in said Letters Patent.
The Company prospered well in the good times that followed the Franco-German War and in 1873, they enlarged the shipyard, allowing the firm to undertake the construction of up to five vessels at one time and at the end of this year, Edward Alexander retired. Following Alexander’s retirement, Edward Withy carried on with the business alone and he founded Edward Withy and Company shipbuilders in 1874, being joined by his brother Henry. In 1880, the yard launched the Cyanus which was the first steel ship to be built in Hartlepool. Before this, all ships were made of wood or iron.
One of the firm’s customers was local businessmen Thomas and Christopher Furness who had commenced ship owning in 1878 and in 1881. In 1883, with an established and profitable shipping line behind him, Christopher Furness was able to buy a controlling interest in shipbuilders Edward Withy and Company, of West Hartlepool.

In the 1881 census, he was a "Ship Builder Employing 770 Men 4 Boys".
When Edward Withy decided to move to New Zealand in 1884, Christopher Furness bought his shares in the shipyard. He made Edward Withy’s brother, Henry, managing director.
In 1885, Christopher Furness collaborated with Thomas Wilson to form the Wilson-Furness Line to operate services between Newcastle and New York and by 1891 the fleet contained 18 ships. The company continued under its own name until 1891, when Edward Withy and Company was merged with some of Christopher Furness’ other businesses and became part of Furness, Withy and Co. with Christopher Furness as chairman, R. B. Stoker as ship director, Henry Withy and R. W. Vick as shipyard representatives, plus Thomas King and G. L. Wooley. From 1891 to 1908, the yard operated as Furness, Withy & Company Ltd.
Furness Withy was incorporated as a company in 1891 upon the amalgamation of Christopher Furness' business in West Hartlepool and London with Edward Withy's shipbuilding yard in Hartlepool. By 1914 the company had acquired interests all over the world in liner and tramp shipping and in shipbuilding, but from 1920 they concentrated on liner services. In addition to the North Atlantic service, they developed other American routes based principally on New York and including Bermuda and the West Indies. The Furness family sold its interests in the Company to a consortium led by Frederick Lewis, a Director in the business, in 1919.
On retiring from ship-building and emigrating to New Zealand, while still in his prime, Edward Withy took up residence in Auckland. He now decided to become a Parliamentarian and contested the Newton East seat against the Hon. J. A. Tole who at that time was Minister of Justice. Mr. Withy's committees were admirably organised and, as a result, to the astonishment of many people, the newcomer won the seat. He had previously been a member of the British House of Commons, and his long association with politics stood him in good stead.
For years Mr. Withy had been a Land Nationalist, a follower of Professor Alfred Russell Wallace, but on reading "Progress and Poverty" in the early eighties he became a disciple of the Prophet of San Francisco. However he quickly tired of the Parliamentary life, as he retained his seat for only three years, between 1887 and 1890.
He then went to live in the Taranaki district, and in 1893, he again ran for Parliament, but mainly with the object of doing a stroke of propaganda work for the Single Tax, and, owing to the prominence that he gave to this plank of his platform, he failed to reach the top of the poll. For years he was Acting President of the Auckland Anti-Poverty Society, Sir George Grey being Honorary President. He was also for some time President of the National Single Tax League, and a Vice-President and member of the Executive of the New Zealand Land Values League, and a generous subscriber to its funds.
Edward Withy reproduced several of his lectures on the Single Tax in pamphlet form, and wrote numerous letters to the Press. He also wrote an article, "Daylight on the Land Question," in the Westminster Review and has written more ambitious pamphlets on the question, the best known of which is "Ground Rent, The True Source of Public Revenue: How to Secure It for this Purpose by Means of the Single Tax."
Many years later, he returned to the ‘Old Land’ and went to live in Jersey, where Mrs Withy died on 21st April 1925. Edward Withy died on 26th March 1927 in Jersey in the Channel Islands.
Mr. Arthur Withy, of Wellington, a member of the "Hansard" staff, is the eldest son of the deceased.1

9 Anne TREADGOLD (1845-1925) [130]. Born 1845. Died 21 Apr 1925.

In 1881 census, is shown as: Ann Withy (Wife - Married - Female - Age 35 - Born 1846 in Stockton on Tees, Durham, England).

5 Eunice LEWIS ( - ) [714].

3 Ruth Caverhill (nee WILSON) (1901-1963) [772]. Born 14 Jul 1901. Died 12 Nov 1963, Whakatane, New Zealand.

Sources

1"Labour's Path to Political Independence".

Delcie CAVERHILL ( - )

1 Delcie Rea (Uings) CAVERHILL ( - ) [778].

2 Ivan Maskell WITHY (1899-1986) [716]. Born 15 May 1899, Taneatua, BOP, New Zealand. Marr Olive Hilda SMITH (nee Stephenson) 26 Oct 1968, Whakatane, New Zealand. Died 17 Oct 1986, Whakatane, New Zealand.

NZ Reg no. 1899/5002.

4 Harold WITHY (c. 1875-1946) [431]. Born c. 9 Apr 1875, West Hartlepool, Durham. Died 17 Jan 1946, Whakatane, New Zealand.

8 Edward WITHY (1844-1927) [125]. Born 22 Dec 1844, Bristol, Gloucester. Marr Anne TREADGOLD 8 Feb 1868, St Marylebone, London. Died 26 Mar 1927, St. Luke's, Jersey, Channel lslands.

Edward Withy, was born in Bristol, of Quaker stock, in 1844, and was educated at the Friends' School, Sidcot (see: http://www.sidcot.org.uk/) which he attended between 1854 and 1859.

After leaving Sidcot School, Edward Withy became a "Ship Draftsman Apprentice", to Messrs. Richardson and Duck, Shipbuilders, Stockton-on-Tees. Whilst away from his family in Bristol, he was boarding with William Marwood, at: York Street in Thornaby, Durham.
On completing his apprenticeship, he entered the iron industry being employed by the Stockton shipbuilder Richardson, Duck in which he was very successful. He soon rose to be manager of the yard and for some time he acted as inspector to the P. & O. Steamship Company, travelling extensively in Eastern waters.
Returning home in 1867, he married Miss Annie Treadgold, of Stockton-on-Tees. About this time, he also took a trip to Australia for the benefit of his health with his wife and eldest son, and there conceived a liking for the Colonies.
In 1869, Edward Withy formed a shipbuilding partnership in Hartlepool, with Edward Alexander, who had been head cashier at Denton, Gray (WITHY, ALEXANDER & Company - HARTLEPOOL - 1869 – 1874). They took over Denton Gray’s former Middleton shipyard and their first ship was the Maria Ysabel, launched in May 1869.

In 1871 Census, was staying with James & Gertrude Tanner (Cousin) in Cheddar - listed as "master from Shipbuilder of west Hartlepool".

On November 2, 1872, a patent (No. 3252) for Improvements in mixing, charging, and smelting iron ores was taken out by Edward Withy and William Gibson, of West Hartlepool, Durham. The object of this invention was to save fuel as much as possible. In effecting this, in the first place, the ores are crushed and ground, and the smaller they are ground the less fuel they take to smelt them. Second. The pulverised ores are mixed with the required quantity of lime and water to a stiff paste, which paste is forced into moulds or through dies, in a similar manner to drain tiles, the dies being made to give such shape or form to charging sections as will afford the greatest amount of heating surface, according to the weight and strength of the materials. With these sections are charged blast furnaces, puddling-furnaces, cupolas, and vibratory-furnaces, in manner described in Letters Patent No. 2672, A.D. 1872, and more especially they are used in the improved puddling-furnaces described in said Letters Patent.
The Company prospered well in the good times that followed the Franco-German War and in 1873, they enlarged the shipyard, allowing the firm to undertake the construction of up to five vessels at one time and at the end of this year, Edward Alexander retired. Following Alexander’s retirement, Edward Withy carried on with the business alone and he founded Edward Withy and Company shipbuilders in 1874, being joined by his brother Henry. In 1880, the yard launched the Cyanus which was the first steel ship to be built in Hartlepool. Before this, all ships were made of wood or iron.
One of the firm’s customers was local businessmen Thomas and Christopher Furness who had commenced ship owning in 1878 and in 1881. In 1883, with an established and profitable shipping line behind him, Christopher Furness was able to buy a controlling interest in shipbuilders Edward Withy and Company, of West Hartlepool.

In the 1881 census, he was a "Ship Builder Employing 770 Men 4 Boys".
When Edward Withy decided to move to New Zealand in 1884, Christopher Furness bought his shares in the shipyard. He made Edward Withy’s brother, Henry, managing director.
In 1885, Christopher Furness collaborated with Thomas Wilson to form the Wilson-Furness Line to operate services between Newcastle and New York and by 1891 the fleet contained 18 ships. The company continued under its own name until 1891, when Edward Withy and Company was merged with some of Christopher Furness’ other businesses and became part of Furness, Withy and Co. with Christopher Furness as chairman, R. B. Stoker as ship director, Henry Withy and R. W. Vick as shipyard representatives, plus Thomas King and G. L. Wooley. From 1891 to 1908, the yard operated as Furness, Withy & Company Ltd.
Furness Withy was incorporated as a company in 1891 upon the amalgamation of Christopher Furness' business in West Hartlepool and London with Edward Withy's shipbuilding yard in Hartlepool. By 1914 the company had acquired interests all over the world in liner and tramp shipping and in shipbuilding, but from 1920 they concentrated on liner services. In addition to the North Atlantic service, they developed other American routes based principally on New York and including Bermuda and the West Indies. The Furness family sold its interests in the Company to a consortium led by Frederick Lewis, a Director in the business, in 1919.
On retiring from ship-building and emigrating to New Zealand, while still in his prime, Edward Withy took up residence in Auckland. He now decided to become a Parliamentarian and contested the Newton East seat against the Hon. J. A. Tole who at that time was Minister of Justice. Mr. Withy's committees were admirably organised and, as a result, to the astonishment of many people, the newcomer won the seat. He had previously been a member of the British House of Commons, and his long association with politics stood him in good stead.
For years Mr. Withy had been a Land Nationalist, a follower of Professor Alfred Russell Wallace, but on reading "Progress and Poverty" in the early eighties he became a disciple of the Prophet of San Francisco. However he quickly tired of the Parliamentary life, as he retained his seat for only three years, between 1887 and 1890.
He then went to live in the Taranaki district, and in 1893, he again ran for Parliament, but mainly with the object of doing a stroke of propaganda work for the Single Tax, and, owing to the prominence that he gave to this plank of his platform, he failed to reach the top of the poll. For years he was Acting President of the Auckland Anti-Poverty Society, Sir George Grey being Honorary President. He was also for some time President of the National Single Tax League, and a Vice-President and member of the Executive of the New Zealand Land Values League, and a generous subscriber to its funds.
Edward Withy reproduced several of his lectures on the Single Tax in pamphlet form, and wrote numerous letters to the Press. He also wrote an article, "Daylight on the Land Question," in the Westminster Review and has written more ambitious pamphlets on the question, the best known of which is "Ground Rent, The True Source of Public Revenue: How to Secure It for this Purpose by Means of the Single Tax."
Many years later, he returned to the ‘Old Land’ and went to live in Jersey, where Mrs Withy died on 21st April 1925. Edward Withy died on 26th March 1927 in Jersey in the Channel Islands.
Mr. Arthur Withy, of Wellington, a member of the "Hansard" staff, is the eldest son of the deceased.1

9 Anne TREADGOLD (1845-1925) [130]. Born 1845. Died 21 Apr 1925.

In 1881 census, is shown as: Ann Withy (Wife - Married - Female - Age 35 - Born 1846 in Stockton on Tees, Durham, England).

5 Eunice LEWIS ( - ) [714].

3 Ruth Caverhill (nee WILSON) (1901-1963) [772]. Born 14 Jul 1901. Died 12 Nov 1963, Whakatane, New Zealand.

Sources

1"Labour's Path to Political Independence".

Janette CAVERHILL ( - )

1 Janette Olwyn CAVERHILL ( - ) [777].

2 Ivan Maskell WITHY (1899-1986) [716]. Born 15 May 1899, Taneatua, BOP, New Zealand. Marr Olive Hilda SMITH (nee Stephenson) 26 Oct 1968, Whakatane, New Zealand. Died 17 Oct 1986, Whakatane, New Zealand.

NZ Reg no. 1899/5002.

4 Harold WITHY (c. 1875-1946) [431]. Born c. 9 Apr 1875, West Hartlepool, Durham. Died 17 Jan 1946, Whakatane, New Zealand.

8 Edward WITHY (1844-1927) [125]. Born 22 Dec 1844, Bristol, Gloucester. Marr Anne TREADGOLD 8 Feb 1868, St Marylebone, London. Died 26 Mar 1927, St. Luke's, Jersey, Channel lslands.

Edward Withy, was born in Bristol, of Quaker stock, in 1844, and was educated at the Friends' School, Sidcot (see: http://www.sidcot.org.uk/) which he attended between 1854 and 1859.

After leaving Sidcot School, Edward Withy became a "Ship Draftsman Apprentice", to Messrs. Richardson and Duck, Shipbuilders, Stockton-on-Tees. Whilst away from his family in Bristol, he was boarding with William Marwood, at: York Street in Thornaby, Durham.
On completing his apprenticeship, he entered the iron industry being employed by the Stockton shipbuilder Richardson, Duck in which he was very successful. He soon rose to be manager of the yard and for some time he acted as inspector to the P. & O. Steamship Company, travelling extensively in Eastern waters.
Returning home in 1867, he married Miss Annie Treadgold, of Stockton-on-Tees. About this time, he also took a trip to Australia for the benefit of his health with his wife and eldest son, and there conceived a liking for the Colonies.
In 1869, Edward Withy formed a shipbuilding partnership in Hartlepool, with Edward Alexander, who had been head cashier at Denton, Gray (WITHY, ALEXANDER & Company - HARTLEPOOL - 1869 – 1874). They took over Denton Gray’s former Middleton shipyard and their first ship was the Maria Ysabel, launched in May 1869.

In 1871 Census, was staying with James & Gertrude Tanner (Cousin) in Cheddar - listed as "master from Shipbuilder of west Hartlepool".

On November 2, 1872, a patent (No. 3252) for Improvements in mixing, charging, and smelting iron ores was taken out by Edward Withy and William Gibson, of West Hartlepool, Durham. The object of this invention was to save fuel as much as possible. In effecting this, in the first place, the ores are crushed and ground, and the smaller they are ground the less fuel they take to smelt them. Second. The pulverised ores are mixed with the required quantity of lime and water to a stiff paste, which paste is forced into moulds or through dies, in a similar manner to drain tiles, the dies being made to give such shape or form to charging sections as will afford the greatest amount of heating surface, according to the weight and strength of the materials. With these sections are charged blast furnaces, puddling-furnaces, cupolas, and vibratory-furnaces, in manner described in Letters Patent No. 2672, A.D. 1872, and more especially they are used in the improved puddling-furnaces described in said Letters Patent.
The Company prospered well in the good times that followed the Franco-German War and in 1873, they enlarged the shipyard, allowing the firm to undertake the construction of up to five vessels at one time and at the end of this year, Edward Alexander retired. Following Alexander’s retirement, Edward Withy carried on with the business alone and he founded Edward Withy and Company shipbuilders in 1874, being joined by his brother Henry. In 1880, the yard launched the Cyanus which was the first steel ship to be built in Hartlepool. Before this, all ships were made of wood or iron.
One of the firm’s customers was local businessmen Thomas and Christopher Furness who had commenced ship owning in 1878 and in 1881. In 1883, with an established and profitable shipping line behind him, Christopher Furness was able to buy a controlling interest in shipbuilders Edward Withy and Company, of West Hartlepool.

In the 1881 census, he was a "Ship Builder Employing 770 Men 4 Boys".
When Edward Withy decided to move to New Zealand in 1884, Christopher Furness bought his shares in the shipyard. He made Edward Withy’s brother, Henry, managing director.
In 1885, Christopher Furness collaborated with Thomas Wilson to form the Wilson-Furness Line to operate services between Newcastle and New York and by 1891 the fleet contained 18 ships. The company continued under its own name until 1891, when Edward Withy and Company was merged with some of Christopher Furness’ other businesses and became part of Furness, Withy and Co. with Christopher Furness as chairman, R. B. Stoker as ship director, Henry Withy and R. W. Vick as shipyard representatives, plus Thomas King and G. L. Wooley. From 1891 to 1908, the yard operated as Furness, Withy & Company Ltd.
Furness Withy was incorporated as a company in 1891 upon the amalgamation of Christopher Furness' business in West Hartlepool and London with Edward Withy's shipbuilding yard in Hartlepool. By 1914 the company had acquired interests all over the world in liner and tramp shipping and in shipbuilding, but from 1920 they concentrated on liner services. In addition to the North Atlantic service, they developed other American routes based principally on New York and including Bermuda and the West Indies. The Furness family sold its interests in the Company to a consortium led by Frederick Lewis, a Director in the business, in 1919.
On retiring from ship-building and emigrating to New Zealand, while still in his prime, Edward Withy took up residence in Auckland. He now decided to become a Parliamentarian and contested the Newton East seat against the Hon. J. A. Tole who at that time was Minister of Justice. Mr. Withy's committees were admirably organised and, as a result, to the astonishment of many people, the newcomer won the seat. He had previously been a member of the British House of Commons, and his long association with politics stood him in good stead.
For years Mr. Withy had been a Land Nationalist, a follower of Professor Alfred Russell Wallace, but on reading "Progress and Poverty" in the early eighties he became a disciple of the Prophet of San Francisco. However he quickly tired of the Parliamentary life, as he retained his seat for only three years, between 1887 and 1890.
He then went to live in the Taranaki district, and in 1893, he again ran for Parliament, but mainly with the object of doing a stroke of propaganda work for the Single Tax, and, owing to the prominence that he gave to this plank of his platform, he failed to reach the top of the poll. For years he was Acting President of the Auckland Anti-Poverty Society, Sir George Grey being Honorary President. He was also for some time President of the National Single Tax League, and a Vice-President and member of the Executive of the New Zealand Land Values League, and a generous subscriber to its funds.
Edward Withy reproduced several of his lectures on the Single Tax in pamphlet form, and wrote numerous letters to the Press. He also wrote an article, "Daylight on the Land Question," in the Westminster Review and has written more ambitious pamphlets on the question, the best known of which is "Ground Rent, The True Source of Public Revenue: How to Secure It for this Purpose by Means of the Single Tax."
Many years later, he returned to the ‘Old Land’ and went to live in Jersey, where Mrs Withy died on 21st April 1925. Edward Withy died on 26th March 1927 in Jersey in the Channel Islands.
Mr. Arthur Withy, of Wellington, a member of the "Hansard" staff, is the eldest son of the deceased.1

9 Anne TREADGOLD (1845-1925) [130]. Born 1845. Died 21 Apr 1925.

In 1881 census, is shown as: Ann Withy (Wife - Married - Female - Age 35 - Born 1846 in Stockton on Tees, Durham, England).

5 Eunice LEWIS ( - ) [714].

3 Ruth Caverhill (nee WILSON) (1901-1963) [772]. Born 14 Jul 1901. Died 12 Nov 1963, Whakatane, New Zealand.

Sources

1"Labour's Path to Political Independence".

Kenneth CAVERHILL ( - )

1 Kenneth Bruce CAVERHILL ( - ) [779].

2 Ivan Maskell WITHY (1899-1986) [716]. Born 15 May 1899, Taneatua, BOP, New Zealand. Marr Olive Hilda SMITH (nee Stephenson) 26 Oct 1968, Whakatane, New Zealand. Died 17 Oct 1986, Whakatane, New Zealand.

NZ Reg no. 1899/5002.

4 Harold WITHY (c. 1875-1946) [431]. Born c. 9 Apr 1875, West Hartlepool, Durham. Died 17 Jan 1946, Whakatane, New Zealand.

8 Edward WITHY (1844-1927) [125]. Born 22 Dec 1844, Bristol, Gloucester. Marr Anne TREADGOLD 8 Feb 1868, St Marylebone, London. Died 26 Mar 1927, St. Luke's, Jersey, Channel lslands.

Edward Withy, was born in Bristol, of Quaker stock, in 1844, and was educated at the Friends' School, Sidcot (see: http://www.sidcot.org.uk/) which he attended between 1854 and 1859.

After leaving Sidcot School, Edward Withy became a "Ship Draftsman Apprentice", to Messrs. Richardson and Duck, Shipbuilders, Stockton-on-Tees. Whilst away from his family in Bristol, he was boarding with William Marwood, at: York Street in Thornaby, Durham.
On completing his apprenticeship, he entered the iron industry being employed by the Stockton shipbuilder Richardson, Duck in which he was very successful. He soon rose to be manager of the yard and for some time he acted as inspector to the P. & O. Steamship Company, travelling extensively in Eastern waters.
Returning home in 1867, he married Miss Annie Treadgold, of Stockton-on-Tees. About this time, he also took a trip to Australia for the benefit of his health with his wife and eldest son, and there conceived a liking for the Colonies.
In 1869, Edward Withy formed a shipbuilding partnership in Hartlepool, with Edward Alexander, who had been head cashier at Denton, Gray (WITHY, ALEXANDER & Company - HARTLEPOOL - 1869 – 1874). They took over Denton Gray’s former Middleton shipyard and their first ship was the Maria Ysabel, launched in May 1869.

In 1871 Census, was staying with James & Gertrude Tanner (Cousin) in Cheddar - listed as "master from Shipbuilder of west Hartlepool".

On November 2, 1872, a patent (No. 3252) for Improvements in mixing, charging, and smelting iron ores was taken out by Edward Withy and William Gibson, of West Hartlepool, Durham. The object of this invention was to save fuel as much as possible. In effecting this, in the first place, the ores are crushed and ground, and the smaller they are ground the less fuel they take to smelt them. Second. The pulverised ores are mixed with the required quantity of lime and water to a stiff paste, which paste is forced into moulds or through dies, in a similar manner to drain tiles, the dies being made to give such shape or form to charging sections as will afford the greatest amount of heating surface, according to the weight and strength of the materials. With these sections are charged blast furnaces, puddling-furnaces, cupolas, and vibratory-furnaces, in manner described in Letters Patent No. 2672, A.D. 1872, and more especially they are used in the improved puddling-furnaces described in said Letters Patent.
The Company prospered well in the good times that followed the Franco-German War and in 1873, they enlarged the shipyard, allowing the firm to undertake the construction of up to five vessels at one time and at the end of this year, Edward Alexander retired. Following Alexander’s retirement, Edward Withy carried on with the business alone and he founded Edward Withy and Company shipbuilders in 1874, being joined by his brother Henry. In 1880, the yard launched the Cyanus which was the first steel ship to be built in Hartlepool. Before this, all ships were made of wood or iron.
One of the firm’s customers was local businessmen Thomas and Christopher Furness who had commenced ship owning in 1878 and in 1881. In 1883, with an established and profitable shipping line behind him, Christopher Furness was able to buy a controlling interest in shipbuilders Edward Withy and Company, of West Hartlepool.

In the 1881 census, he was a "Ship Builder Employing 770 Men 4 Boys".
When Edward Withy decided to move to New Zealand in 1884, Christopher Furness bought his shares in the shipyard. He made Edward Withy’s brother, Henry, managing director.
In 1885, Christopher Furness collaborated with Thomas Wilson to form the Wilson-Furness Line to operate services between Newcastle and New York and by 1891 the fleet contained 18 ships. The company continued under its own name until 1891, when Edward Withy and Company was merged with some of Christopher Furness’ other businesses and became part of Furness, Withy and Co. with Christopher Furness as chairman, R. B. Stoker as ship director, Henry Withy and R. W. Vick as shipyard representatives, plus Thomas King and G. L. Wooley. From 1891 to 1908, the yard operated as Furness, Withy & Company Ltd.
Furness Withy was incorporated as a company in 1891 upon the amalgamation of Christopher Furness' business in West Hartlepool and London with Edward Withy's shipbuilding yard in Hartlepool. By 1914 the company had acquired interests all over the world in liner and tramp shipping and in shipbuilding, but from 1920 they concentrated on liner services. In addition to the North Atlantic service, they developed other American routes based principally on New York and including Bermuda and the West Indies. The Furness family sold its interests in the Company to a consortium led by Frederick Lewis, a Director in the business, in 1919.
On retiring from ship-building and emigrating to New Zealand, while still in his prime, Edward Withy took up residence in Auckland. He now decided to become a Parliamentarian and contested the Newton East seat against the Hon. J. A. Tole who at that time was Minister of Justice. Mr. Withy's committees were admirably organised and, as a result, to the astonishment of many people, the newcomer won the seat. He had previously been a member of the British House of Commons, and his long association with politics stood him in good stead.
For years Mr. Withy had been a Land Nationalist, a follower of Professor Alfred Russell Wallace, but on reading "Progress and Poverty" in the early eighties he became a disciple of the Prophet of San Francisco. However he quickly tired of the Parliamentary life, as he retained his seat for only three years, between 1887 and 1890.
He then went to live in the Taranaki district, and in 1893, he again ran for Parliament, but mainly with the object of doing a stroke of propaganda work for the Single Tax, and, owing to the prominence that he gave to this plank of his platform, he failed to reach the top of the poll. For years he was Acting President of the Auckland Anti-Poverty Society, Sir George Grey being Honorary President. He was also for some time President of the National Single Tax League, and a Vice-President and member of the Executive of the New Zealand Land Values League, and a generous subscriber to its funds.
Edward Withy reproduced several of his lectures on the Single Tax in pamphlet form, and wrote numerous letters to the Press. He also wrote an article, "Daylight on the Land Question," in the Westminster Review and has written more ambitious pamphlets on the question, the best known of which is "Ground Rent, The True Source of Public Revenue: How to Secure It for this Purpose by Means of the Single Tax."
Many years later, he returned to the ‘Old Land’ and went to live in Jersey, where Mrs Withy died on 21st April 1925. Edward Withy died on 26th March 1927 in Jersey in the Channel Islands.
Mr. Arthur Withy, of Wellington, a member of the "Hansard" staff, is the eldest son of the deceased.1

9 Anne TREADGOLD (1845-1925) [130]. Born 1845. Died 21 Apr 1925.

In 1881 census, is shown as: Ann Withy (Wife - Married - Female - Age 35 - Born 1846 in Stockton on Tees, Durham, England).

5 Eunice LEWIS ( - ) [714].

3 Ruth Caverhill (nee WILSON) (1901-1963) [772]. Born 14 Jul 1901. Died 12 Nov 1963, Whakatane, New Zealand.

Sources

1"Labour's Path to Political Independence".

Ralph CHAMBERS ( - )

1 Ralph CHAMBERS ( - ) [724]. Marr Pamela DAVIES frm 1 Apr 1948 to 30 Jun 1948, Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset.

John CHAMBERLAIN ( - )

1 John Grimmer (Rob) CHAMBERLAIN ( - ) [767]. Marr Margaret Joan WITHY 20 Sep 1974, Darwin, NT.

Alison CHAMBERS (1953- )

1 Alison Joan CHAMBERS (1953- ) [722]. Born 11 Aug 1953, Weston Super Mare, Somerset.

2 Ralph CHAMBERS ( - ) [724]. Marr Pamela DAVIES frm 1 Apr 1948 to 30 Jun 1948, Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset.

3 Pamela DAVIES ( - ) [723].

6 Stephen DAVIES ( - ) [726]. Marr Ellen Gwendoline TRUMPER 1921.

Marriage registration district: Kington; County: Herefordshire
Volume no: 6A; Page no: 1163.

7 Ellen Gwendoline TRUMPER (1898- ) [725]. Born 1898, Kington, Herefordshire.

14 Robert TRUMPER (1866- ) [727]. Born 1866, Eardisley Hereford. Marr Matilda WATKINS frm 1 Jul 1883 to 30 Sep 1883, Kington, Herefordshire.

In 1911 Census, lived at: The Green Eardisley Hereford.

15 Matilda WATKINS (1865- ) [728]. Born 1865, Bryngun Radnorshire V.

Hannah CHAMBERS (1979- )

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Hannah CHAMBERS, 2009, age 30, hannah1

1 Hannah CHAMBERS (1979- ) [482]. Born 13 Mar 1979. Marr Graeme Richard WORRALL 5 Sep 2009, Binden House, Langford Budville, Summerset.

2 Peter TIDMARSH ( - ) [721].

3 Alison Joan CHAMBERS (1953- ) [722]. Born 11 Aug 1953, Weston Super Mare, Somerset.

6 Ralph CHAMBERS ( - ) [724]. Marr Pamela DAVIES frm 1 Apr 1948 to 30 Jun 1948, Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset.

7 Pamela DAVIES ( - ) [723].

14 Stephen DAVIES ( - ) [726]. Marr Ellen Gwendoline TRUMPER 1921.

Marriage registration district: Kington; County: Herefordshire
Volume no: 6A; Page no: 1163.

15 Ellen Gwendoline TRUMPER (1898- ) [725]. Born 1898, Kington, Herefordshire.

Matilda CHAWORTH ( - )

1 Matilda DE CHAWORTH ( - ) [1023].

2 Patrick DE CHAWORTH ( - ) [1024].

3 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [1025].

Patrick CHAWORTH ( - )

1 Patrick DE CHAWORTH ( - ) [1024].

Grace CHRISTIAN ( - )

1 Grace CHRISTIAN ( - ) [299]. Born. Died.

2 William Martin WINK (1892-1983) [669]. Born 19 Jun 1892, Norfolk. Died 14 Oct 1983.

4 Frederick WINK ( - ) [670].

3 Ruby Lenora FREEMAN (1896-1979) [300]. Born 19 Dec 1896, Halesworth, Suffolk, England. Died 1979, Gipping, Suffolk, England.

Mary CHRISTIAN (1923-2009)

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Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN, mollie_f

1 Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN1 (1923-2009) [21]. Born 23 Aug 1923, Marsham, Norfolk, England. Marr Gordon Harold FOSTER 9 Mar 1951, Wallasey, Cheshire. Died 2 Aug 2009.

Lived in a Christian home. Adopted at age of (???) , by a (single) School Teacher.
Real mother was secretary to a butcher/farm manager. Father is believed to be the butcher/farm manager.
Original name, Poppy Freeman.
Grace Christian was also adopted by the 'school teacher'.

2 William Martin WINK (1892-1983) [669]. Born 19 Jun 1892, Norfolk. Died 14 Oct 1983.

4 Frederick WINK ( - ) [670].

3 Ruby Lenora FREEMAN (1896-1979) [300]. Born 19 Dec 1896, Halesworth, Suffolk, England. Died 1979, Gipping, Suffolk, England.

Sources

1In person

Randolph CHURCHILL ( - )

1 Randolph CHURCHILL ( - ) [973].

2 Winston Leonard Spencer CHURCHILL (1874-1965) [972]. Born 30 Nov 1874. Died 24 Jan 1965.

4 Randolph Henry CHURCHILL (1849-1895) [974]. Born 1849. Died 1895.

8 John Winston SPENCER-CHURCHILL (1822-1883) [976]. Born 1822. Died 1883.

9 Frances Anne Emily VANE ( - ) [977].

5 Jennie JEROME ( - ) [975].

3 Clementine Ogilvy HOZIER (1885-1977) [971]. Born 1 Apr 1885. Died 12 Dec 1977.

6 Henry Montagu HOZIER ( - ) [970].

7 Henrietta Blanche OGILVY (1852-1925) [969]. Born 8 Nov 1852. Died 28 Mar 1925.

14 David Graham Drummond OGILVY ( - ) [966].

15 Henrietta Blanche STANLEY (1830-1921) [964]. Born 3 Jul 1830. Died 5 Jan 1921.

Randolph CHURCHILL (1849-1895)

1 Randolph Henry CHURCHILL (1849-1895) [974]. Born 1849. Died 1895.

2 John Winston SPENCER-CHURCHILL (1822-1883) [976]. Born 1822. Died 1883.

3 Frances Anne Emily VANE ( - ) [977].

Winston CHURCHILL (1874-1965)

1 Winston Leonard Spencer CHURCHILL (1874-1965) [972]. Born 30 Nov 1874. Died 24 Jan 1965.

2 Randolph Henry CHURCHILL (1849-1895) [974]. Born 1849. Died 1895.

4 John Winston SPENCER-CHURCHILL (1822-1883) [976]. Born 1822. Died 1883.

5 Frances Anne Emily VANE ( - ) [977].

3 Jennie JEROME ( - ) [975].

Elizabeth CIFREWAST ( - )

1 Elizabeth CIFREWAST ( - ) [881].

Aveline CLARE ( - )

1 Aveline de CLARE ( - ) [587].

2 Roger de CLARE ( - ) [588].

3 Maud de SAINT-HILAIRE ( - ) [589].

Eleanor CLARE (1292-1337)

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Mother: Joan of ACRE, Joan of Acre

1 Eleanor DE CLARE (1292-1337) [192]. Born 3 Oct 1292, Caerphilly in Glamorgan, Wales. Died 30 Jun 1337.

2 Gilbert DE CLARE (1243-1295) [193]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Marr Joan of ACRE c. 1290. Died 7 Dec 1295, Monmouth Castle.

Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour.

4 Richard de CLARE (1243-1295) [590]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Died 7 Dec 1295.

5 Maud de LACY ( - ) [591].

3 Joan of ACRE (1272-1307) [194]. Born Apr 1272, Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. Marr Ralph de MONTHERMER 1297. Died 23 Apr 1307, Clare, Suffolk, England.

The daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. The name "Acre" derives from her birthplace in the Holy Land while her parents were on a crusade.

She was married twice; her first husband was Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, one of the most powerful nobles in her father's kingdom; her second husband was Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in her household whom she married in secrecy.

Joan is most notable for the claim that miracles have allegedly taken place at her grave, and for the multiple references of her in literature.

6 Edward I1 (1239-1307) [204]. Born 17 Jun 1239, Westminster, London, England. Marr Eleanor OF CASTILLE 1 Nov 1254, Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. Marr MARGEURITE OF FRANCE 10 Sep 1299. Died 7 Jul 1307, Burgh-On-Sands, Cumberland, England.

He was buried on 28 Oct 1307 in Westminster, London, England. He was married to Queen of England, Castile ELEANOR in 1254.
Children were:
i. England Plantagenet JOAN was born in 1272 in Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. She died on 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England.
ii. England MARGARET was born in 1275. She died in 1318.
iii. England Plantagenet ELIZABETH was born on 7 Aug 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Flint, WALES. She died on 5 May 1316 in Quendon, Essex, ENGLAND. She was buried on 23 May 1316 in Walden Abbey, Herts, England.
iv. King of England EDWARD II Plantagenet.

He was also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots; was King of England from 1272 to 1307.

12 HENRY III (1207-1272) [1008]. Born 1 Oct 1207, Winchester. Died 1272.

13 Eleanor of PROVENCE (1222-1291) [1009]. Born 1222. Died Jun 1291.

7 Eleanor OF CASTILLE1 (1241-1290) [195]. Born 1241, Castile, Spain. Died Nov 1290, Harby, Near Lincoln.

In 1254, English fears of a Castilian invasion of the English province of Gascony induced Edward's father to arrange a politically expedient marriage between his fourteen-year-old son and Eleanor, the half-sister of King Alfonso X of Castile.
Eleanor and Edward were married on 1 November 1254 in the Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. As part of the marriage agreement, the young prince received grants of land worth 15,000 marks a year.
Though the endowments King Henry made were sizeable, they offered Edward little independence. He had already received Gascony as early as 1249, but Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester, had been appointed as royal lieutenant the year before and, consequently, drew its income, so in practice Edward derived neither authority nor revenue from this province. The grant he received in 1254 included most of Ireland, and much land in Wales and England, including the earldom of Chester, but the king retained much control over the land in question, particularly in Ireland, so Edward's power was limited there as well, and the king derived most of the income from those lands.

From 1254 to 1257, Edward was under the influence of his mother's relatives, known as the Savoyards, the most notable of whom was Peter of Savoy, the queen's uncle. After 1257, Edward increasingly fell in with the Poitevin or Lusignan faction — the half-brothers of his father Henry III — led by such men as William de Valence. This association was significant, because the two groups of privileged foreigners were resented by the established English aristocracy, and they would be at the centre of the ensuing years' baronial reform movement.
There were tales of unruly and violent conduct by Edward and his Lusignan kinsmen, which raised questions about the royal heir's personal qualities. The next years would be formative on Edward's character.

Eleanor of Castile was the first queen consort of Edward I of England. She was also Countess of Ponthieu in her own right from 1279 until her death in 1290, succeeding her mother and ruling together with her husband.

Edward married Eleanor at Las Huelgas in Spain (October 1254) and then traveled to Bordeaux to organize his scattered appanage.
Upon her death, Edward erected the famous Eleanor Crosses--several of which still stand--at each place where her coffin rested on its way to London. The best known are at Banbury and Charring (London).

14 Saint FERDINAND III (1199-1252) [454]. Born 5 Aug 1199. Marr Joan of DAMMARTIN. Died 30 May 1252.

King of Castile from 1217 and King of Galicia and León from 1230.

15 Joan of DAMMARTIN (c. 1200-1279) [455]. Born c. 1200. Died 16 Mar 1279, Abbeville.

Sources

1History books

Elizabeth CLARE ( - )

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Mother: Joan of ACRE, Joan of Acre

1 Elizabeth de CLARE ( - ) [592].

2 Gilbert DE CLARE (1243-1295) [193]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Marr Joan of ACRE c. 1290. Died 7 Dec 1295, Monmouth Castle.

Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour.

4 Richard de CLARE (1243-1295) [590]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Died 7 Dec 1295.

5 Maud de LACY ( - ) [591].

3 Joan of ACRE (1272-1307) [194]. Born Apr 1272, Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. Marr Ralph de MONTHERMER 1297. Died 23 Apr 1307, Clare, Suffolk, England.

The daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. The name "Acre" derives from her birthplace in the Holy Land while her parents were on a crusade.

She was married twice; her first husband was Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, one of the most powerful nobles in her father's kingdom; her second husband was Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in her household whom she married in secrecy.

Joan is most notable for the claim that miracles have allegedly taken place at her grave, and for the multiple references of her in literature.

6 Edward I1 (1239-1307) [204]. Born 17 Jun 1239, Westminster, London, England. Marr Eleanor OF CASTILLE 1 Nov 1254, Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. Marr MARGEURITE OF FRANCE 10 Sep 1299. Died 7 Jul 1307, Burgh-On-Sands, Cumberland, England.

He was buried on 28 Oct 1307 in Westminster, London, England. He was married to Queen of England, Castile ELEANOR in 1254.
Children were:
i. England Plantagenet JOAN was born in 1272 in Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. She died on 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England.
ii. England MARGARET was born in 1275. She died in 1318.
iii. England Plantagenet ELIZABETH was born on 7 Aug 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Flint, WALES. She died on 5 May 1316 in Quendon, Essex, ENGLAND. She was buried on 23 May 1316 in Walden Abbey, Herts, England.
iv. King of England EDWARD II Plantagenet.

He was also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots; was King of England from 1272 to 1307.

12 HENRY III (1207-1272) [1008]. Born 1 Oct 1207, Winchester. Died 1272.

13 Eleanor of PROVENCE (1222-1291) [1009]. Born 1222. Died Jun 1291.

7 Eleanor OF CASTILLE1 (1241-1290) [195]. Born 1241, Castile, Spain. Died Nov 1290, Harby, Near Lincoln.

In 1254, English fears of a Castilian invasion of the English province of Gascony induced Edward's father to arrange a politically expedient marriage between his fourteen-year-old son and Eleanor, the half-sister of King Alfonso X of Castile.
Eleanor and Edward were married on 1 November 1254 in the Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. As part of the marriage agreement, the young prince received grants of land worth 15,000 marks a year.
Though the endowments King Henry made were sizeable, they offered Edward little independence. He had already received Gascony as early as 1249, but Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester, had been appointed as royal lieutenant the year before and, consequently, drew its income, so in practice Edward derived neither authority nor revenue from this province. The grant he received in 1254 included most of Ireland, and much land in Wales and England, including the earldom of Chester, but the king retained much control over the land in question, particularly in Ireland, so Edward's power was limited there as well, and the king derived most of the income from those lands.

From 1254 to 1257, Edward was under the influence of his mother's relatives, known as the Savoyards, the most notable of whom was Peter of Savoy, the queen's uncle. After 1257, Edward increasingly fell in with the Poitevin or Lusignan faction — the half-brothers of his father Henry III — led by such men as William de Valence. This association was significant, because the two groups of privileged foreigners were resented by the established English aristocracy, and they would be at the centre of the ensuing years' baronial reform movement.
There were tales of unruly and violent conduct by Edward and his Lusignan kinsmen, which raised questions about the royal heir's personal qualities. The next years would be formative on Edward's character.

Eleanor of Castile was the first queen consort of Edward I of England. She was also Countess of Ponthieu in her own right from 1279 until her death in 1290, succeeding her mother and ruling together with her husband.

Edward married Eleanor at Las Huelgas in Spain (October 1254) and then traveled to Bordeaux to organize his scattered appanage.
Upon her death, Edward erected the famous Eleanor Crosses--several of which still stand--at each place where her coffin rested on its way to London. The best known are at Banbury and Charring (London).

14 Saint FERDINAND III (1199-1252) [454]. Born 5 Aug 1199. Marr Joan of DAMMARTIN. Died 30 May 1252.

King of Castile from 1217 and King of Galicia and León from 1230.

15 Joan of DAMMARTIN (c. 1200-1279) [455]. Born c. 1200. Died 16 Mar 1279, Abbeville.

Sources

1History books

Gilbert CLARE (1291-1314)

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Mother: Joan of ACRE, Joan of Acre

1 Gilbert de CLARE (1291-1314) [594]. Born 10 May 1291. Died 24 Jun 1314, Bannockburn.

2 Gilbert DE CLARE (1243-1295) [193]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Marr Joan of ACRE c. 1290. Died 7 Dec 1295, Monmouth Castle.

Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour.

4 Richard de CLARE (1243-1295) [590]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Died 7 Dec 1295.

5 Maud de LACY ( - ) [591].

3 Joan of ACRE (1272-1307) [194]. Born Apr 1272, Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. Marr Ralph de MONTHERMER 1297. Died 23 Apr 1307, Clare, Suffolk, England.

The daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. The name "Acre" derives from her birthplace in the Holy Land while her parents were on a crusade.

She was married twice; her first husband was Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, one of the most powerful nobles in her father's kingdom; her second husband was Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in her household whom she married in secrecy.

Joan is most notable for the claim that miracles have allegedly taken place at her grave, and for the multiple references of her in literature.

6 Edward I1 (1239-1307) [204]. Born 17 Jun 1239, Westminster, London, England. Marr Eleanor OF CASTILLE 1 Nov 1254, Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. Marr MARGEURITE OF FRANCE 10 Sep 1299. Died 7 Jul 1307, Burgh-On-Sands, Cumberland, England.

He was buried on 28 Oct 1307 in Westminster, London, England. He was married to Queen of England, Castile ELEANOR in 1254.
Children were:
i. England Plantagenet JOAN was born in 1272 in Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. She died on 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England.
ii. England MARGARET was born in 1275. She died in 1318.
iii. England Plantagenet ELIZABETH was born on 7 Aug 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Flint, WALES. She died on 5 May 1316 in Quendon, Essex, ENGLAND. She was buried on 23 May 1316 in Walden Abbey, Herts, England.
iv. King of England EDWARD II Plantagenet.

He was also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots; was King of England from 1272 to 1307.

12 HENRY III (1207-1272) [1008]. Born 1 Oct 1207, Winchester. Died 1272.

13 Eleanor of PROVENCE (1222-1291) [1009]. Born 1222. Died Jun 1291.

7 Eleanor OF CASTILLE1 (1241-1290) [195]. Born 1241, Castile, Spain. Died Nov 1290, Harby, Near Lincoln.

In 1254, English fears of a Castilian invasion of the English province of Gascony induced Edward's father to arrange a politically expedient marriage between his fourteen-year-old son and Eleanor, the half-sister of King Alfonso X of Castile.
Eleanor and Edward were married on 1 November 1254 in the Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. As part of the marriage agreement, the young prince received grants of land worth 15,000 marks a year.
Though the endowments King Henry made were sizeable, they offered Edward little independence. He had already received Gascony as early as 1249, but Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester, had been appointed as royal lieutenant the year before and, consequently, drew its income, so in practice Edward derived neither authority nor revenue from this province. The grant he received in 1254 included most of Ireland, and much land in Wales and England, including the earldom of Chester, but the king retained much control over the land in question, particularly in Ireland, so Edward's power was limited there as well, and the king derived most of the income from those lands.

From 1254 to 1257, Edward was under the influence of his mother's relatives, known as the Savoyards, the most notable of whom was Peter of Savoy, the queen's uncle. After 1257, Edward increasingly fell in with the Poitevin or Lusignan faction — the half-brothers of his father Henry III — led by such men as William de Valence. This association was significant, because the two groups of privileged foreigners were resented by the established English aristocracy, and they would be at the centre of the ensuing years' baronial reform movement.
There were tales of unruly and violent conduct by Edward and his Lusignan kinsmen, which raised questions about the royal heir's personal qualities. The next years would be formative on Edward's character.

Eleanor of Castile was the first queen consort of Edward I of England. She was also Countess of Ponthieu in her own right from 1279 until her death in 1290, succeeding her mother and ruling together with her husband.

Edward married Eleanor at Las Huelgas in Spain (October 1254) and then traveled to Bordeaux to organize his scattered appanage.
Upon her death, Edward erected the famous Eleanor Crosses--several of which still stand--at each place where her coffin rested on its way to London. The best known are at Banbury and Charring (London).

14 Saint FERDINAND III (1199-1252) [454]. Born 5 Aug 1199. Marr Joan of DAMMARTIN. Died 30 May 1252.

King of Castile from 1217 and King of Galicia and León from 1230.

15 Joan of DAMMARTIN (c. 1200-1279) [455]. Born c. 1200. Died 16 Mar 1279, Abbeville.

Sources

1History books

Gilbert CLARE Earl of Gloucester (1243-1295)

1 Gilbert DE CLARE (1243-1295) [193]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Marr Joan of ACRE c. 1290. Died 7 Dec 1295, Monmouth Castle.

Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour.

2 Richard de CLARE (1243-1295) [590]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Died 7 Dec 1295.

3 Maud de LACY ( - ) [591].

Margaret CLARE ( - )

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Mother: Joan of ACRE, Joan of Acre

1 Margaret de CLARE ( - ) [593].

2 Gilbert DE CLARE (1243-1295) [193]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Marr Joan of ACRE c. 1290. Died 7 Dec 1295, Monmouth Castle.

Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour.

4 Richard de CLARE (1243-1295) [590]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Died 7 Dec 1295.

5 Maud de LACY ( - ) [591].

3 Joan of ACRE (1272-1307) [194]. Born Apr 1272, Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. Marr Ralph de MONTHERMER 1297. Died 23 Apr 1307, Clare, Suffolk, England.

The daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. The name "Acre" derives from her birthplace in the Holy Land while her parents were on a crusade.

She was married twice; her first husband was Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, one of the most powerful nobles in her father's kingdom; her second husband was Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in her household whom she married in secrecy.

Joan is most notable for the claim that miracles have allegedly taken place at her grave, and for the multiple references of her in literature.

6 Edward I1 (1239-1307) [204]. Born 17 Jun 1239, Westminster, London, England. Marr Eleanor OF CASTILLE 1 Nov 1254, Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. Marr MARGEURITE OF FRANCE 10 Sep 1299. Died 7 Jul 1307, Burgh-On-Sands, Cumberland, England.

He was buried on 28 Oct 1307 in Westminster, London, England. He was married to Queen of England, Castile ELEANOR in 1254.
Children were:
i. England Plantagenet JOAN was born in 1272 in Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. She died on 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England.
ii. England MARGARET was born in 1275. She died in 1318.
iii. England Plantagenet ELIZABETH was born on 7 Aug 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Flint, WALES. She died on 5 May 1316 in Quendon, Essex, ENGLAND. She was buried on 23 May 1316 in Walden Abbey, Herts, England.
iv. King of England EDWARD II Plantagenet.

He was also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots; was King of England from 1272 to 1307.

12 HENRY III (1207-1272) [1008]. Born 1 Oct 1207, Winchester. Died 1272.

13 Eleanor of PROVENCE (1222-1291) [1009]. Born 1222. Died Jun 1291.

7 Eleanor OF CASTILLE1 (1241-1290) [195]. Born 1241, Castile, Spain. Died Nov 1290, Harby, Near Lincoln.

In 1254, English fears of a Castilian invasion of the English province of Gascony induced Edward's father to arrange a politically expedient marriage between his fourteen-year-old son and Eleanor, the half-sister of King Alfonso X of Castile.
Eleanor and Edward were married on 1 November 1254 in the Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. As part of the marriage agreement, the young prince received grants of land worth 15,000 marks a year.
Though the endowments King Henry made were sizeable, they offered Edward little independence. He had already received Gascony as early as 1249, but Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester, had been appointed as royal lieutenant the year before and, consequently, drew its income, so in practice Edward derived neither authority nor revenue from this province. The grant he received in 1254 included most of Ireland, and much land in Wales and England, including the earldom of Chester, but the king retained much control over the land in question, particularly in Ireland, so Edward's power was limited there as well, and the king derived most of the income from those lands.

From 1254 to 1257, Edward was under the influence of his mother's relatives, known as the Savoyards, the most notable of whom was Peter of Savoy, the queen's uncle. After 1257, Edward increasingly fell in with the Poitevin or Lusignan faction — the half-brothers of his father Henry III — led by such men as William de Valence. This association was significant, because the two groups of privileged foreigners were resented by the established English aristocracy, and they would be at the centre of the ensuing years' baronial reform movement.
There were tales of unruly and violent conduct by Edward and his Lusignan kinsmen, which raised questions about the royal heir's personal qualities. The next years would be formative on Edward's character.

Eleanor of Castile was the first queen consort of Edward I of England. She was also Countess of Ponthieu in her own right from 1279 until her death in 1290, succeeding her mother and ruling together with her husband.

Edward married Eleanor at Las Huelgas in Spain (October 1254) and then traveled to Bordeaux to organize his scattered appanage.
Upon her death, Edward erected the famous Eleanor Crosses--several of which still stand--at each place where her coffin rested on its way to London. The best known are at Banbury and Charring (London).

14 Saint FERDINAND III (1199-1252) [454]. Born 5 Aug 1199. Marr Joan of DAMMARTIN. Died 30 May 1252.

King of Castile from 1217 and King of Galicia and León from 1230.

15 Joan of DAMMARTIN (c. 1200-1279) [455]. Born c. 1200. Died 16 Mar 1279, Abbeville.

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2 Thomas COKER (c. 1538- ) [801]. Born c. 1538. Christened 1538, Mapowder, Dorset.

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3 Hannah FOWLER ( - ) [1047].

6 John FOWLER (1727-1777) [134]. Born 1727, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Elizabeth GULSON 8 May 1760. Died 14 May 1777, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Date of birth clashes with parents dob ??

7 Elizabeth GULSON1 (1726- ) [135]. Born 16 Apr 1726, Coventry, Warwickshire. Died.

14 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

15 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

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Date of birth clashes with parents dob ??

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15 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

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12 Robert POLLARD ( - ) [888].

7 Agnes EXTE ( - ) [889].

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15 [unnamed person] ( - ) [891].

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3 Mary OWEN ( -1727) [1122]. Died 1727.

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1 Leslie CROZIER-SHAW1 ( - ) [414]. Born. Marr Noel NELSON. Died.

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15 Elizabeth Ann EMERSON1 ( - ) [401]. Born. Died.

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Beth DANIELS (1984- )

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Father: Richard DANIELS, richard_d

1 Beth DANIELS (1984- ) [48]. Born 4 Dec 1984. Died.

2 Richard DANIELS ( - ) [47].

3 Pamela FOSTER1 (1953- ) [23]. Born 9 Mar 1953, Saughall Road, Saughall Massey, Moreton.

6 Gordon Harold FOSTER2 (1918-1996) [13]. Born 1918, Cable Road, Hoylake. Marr Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN 9 Mar 1951, Wallasey, Cheshire. Died 18 Jul 1996.

12 Frances Harold FOSTER3 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

13 Ethel MICKLE4 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

7 Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN5 (1923-2009) [21]. Born 23 Aug 1923, Marsham, Norfolk, England. Died 2 Aug 2009.

Lived in a Christian home. Adopted at age of (???) , by a (single) School Teacher.
Real mother was secretary to a butcher/farm manager. Father is believed to be the butcher/farm manager.
Original name, Poppy Freeman.
Grace Christian was also adopted by the 'school teacher'.

14 William Martin WINK (1892-1983) [669]. Born 19 Jun 1892, Norfolk. Died 14 Oct 1983.

15 Ruby Lenora FREEMAN (1896-1979) [300]. Born 19 Dec 1896, Halesworth, Suffolk, England. Died 1979, Gipping, Suffolk, England.

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Jessica DANIELS (1981- )

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Jessica DANIELS, Jessica_D

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Father: Richard DANIELS, richard_d

1 Jessica DANIELS1 (1981- ) [50]. Born 1 Apr 1981. Died.

2 Richard DANIELS ( - ) [47].

3 Pamela FOSTER2 (1953- ) [23]. Born 9 Mar 1953, Saughall Road, Saughall Massey, Moreton.

6 Gordon Harold FOSTER3 (1918-1996) [13]. Born 1918, Cable Road, Hoylake. Marr Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN 9 Mar 1951, Wallasey, Cheshire. Died 18 Jul 1996.

12 Frances Harold FOSTER4 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

13 Ethel MICKLE5 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

7 Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN6 (1923-2009) [21]. Born 23 Aug 1923, Marsham, Norfolk, England. Died 2 Aug 2009.

Lived in a Christian home. Adopted at age of (???) , by a (single) School Teacher.
Real mother was secretary to a butcher/farm manager. Father is believed to be the butcher/farm manager.
Original name, Poppy Freeman.
Grace Christian was also adopted by the 'school teacher'.

14 William Martin WINK (1892-1983) [669]. Born 19 Jun 1892, Norfolk. Died 14 Oct 1983.

15 Ruby Lenora FREEMAN (1896-1979) [300]. Born 19 Dec 1896, Halesworth, Suffolk, England. Died 1979, Gipping, Suffolk, England.

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2Mother
3Relatives
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5Grave stone & Grand-son
6In person

Richard DANIELS ( - )

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Richard DANIELS, richard_d

1 Richard DANIELS ( - ) [47].

Rose DANIELS (1988- )

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Rose DANIELS, rose_d

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Father: Richard DANIELS, richard_d

1 Rose DANIELS1 (1988- ) [49]. Born 5 Jan 1988. Died.

2 Richard DANIELS ( - ) [47].

3 Pamela FOSTER2 (1953- ) [23]. Born 9 Mar 1953, Saughall Road, Saughall Massey, Moreton.

6 Gordon Harold FOSTER3 (1918-1996) [13]. Born 1918, Cable Road, Hoylake. Marr Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN 9 Mar 1951, Wallasey, Cheshire. Died 18 Jul 1996.

12 Frances Harold FOSTER4 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

13 Ethel MICKLE5 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

7 Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN6 (1923-2009) [21]. Born 23 Aug 1923, Marsham, Norfolk, England. Died 2 Aug 2009.

Lived in a Christian home. Adopted at age of (???) , by a (single) School Teacher.
Real mother was secretary to a butcher/farm manager. Father is believed to be the butcher/farm manager.
Original name, Poppy Freeman.
Grace Christian was also adopted by the 'school teacher'.

14 William Martin WINK (1892-1983) [669]. Born 19 Jun 1892, Norfolk. Died 14 Oct 1983.

15 Ruby Lenora FREEMAN (1896-1979) [300]. Born 19 Dec 1896, Halesworth, Suffolk, England. Died 1979, Gipping, Suffolk, England.

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2Mother
3Relatives
4Grave stone & Marriage certificate
5Grave stone & Grand-son
6In person

James DAUBENEY (c. 1453-1528)

1 James DAUBENEY (c. 1453-1528) [804]. Born c. 1453, South Petherton, Somersetshire, England. Christened 1475, Wayford, Somerset. Marr Elizabeth PAUNCEFOOTE c. 1478, Somersetshire, England. Died 11 Oct 1528.

2 William DAUBENY (1424-c. 1461) [811]. Born 11 Jun 1424, South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Alice STOURTON c. 1448, Somersetshire, England. Died c. 2 Jan 1461, Possibly Battle of Wakefield.

4 Giles DAUBENEY (c. 1395-c. 1445) [1228]. Born c. 25 Oct 1395, Kempston, Bedfordshire, England. Marr Joan DARCY 1423, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Alice Somersetshire, England. Died c. 11 Jan 1445, Barrington, Somersetshire, England. Buried Our Lady Chapel, South Petherton, Somersetshire, England.

Whilst it is possible that his elder brother John did not take the title of Baron because he never reached the age of maturity, it is not clear why Giles did not either. However, as his grandson Giles obtained a new creation as a peer, and noting that none of the 3rd to 5th lords were actually called to parliament, it is possible that there was doubt on the inheritance of the Barony from the time of the 2nd Lord.

8 Giles DAUBENEY (c. 1370-1403) [1291]. Born c. 1 Nov 1370, South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Margaret BEAUCHAMP c. 1391, Arundel, Sussex, England. Died 22 Aug 1403.

Sheriff of Bedforshire.

9 Margaret BEAUCHAMP (c. 1374-1420) [1292]. Born c. 1374. Died 30 Jun 1420.

5 Joan DARCY (c. 1380- ) [1229]. Born c. 1380, Knayth, Lincolnshire, England.

10 Phillip DARCY (c. 1352-c. 1399) [1354]. Born c. 21 May 1352. Marr Elizabeth GREY c. 1376, Chillingham, Northumberland, England. Died c. 24 Apr 1399.

11 Elizabeth GREY ( - ) [1355].

3 Alice STOURTON ( - ) [812]. Born Preston Plucknet, Somersetshire, England.

6 John STOURTON ( - ) [1234].

7 Catherine PAYNE ( - ) [1235].

Andrew DAUBENY (c. 1653-1734)

1 Andrew DAUBENY (c. 1653-1734) [791]. Born c. 1653. Christened 14 Apr 1653, Little Cheney, Dorset. Died 12 Sep 1734, Pulham, Dorset.

2 George DAUBENY (c. 1616-1689) [793]. Born c. 1616. Christened 1616, Gorwell, Dorset. Died 1689.

4 Henry DAUBENY (c. 1590- ) [795]. Born c. 1590. Christened 1590, Dorwell, Dorset.

8 Hugh DAUBENEY (1559-1612) [797]. Born 1559, Gorwell, Dorset. Christened 1559, Gorwell, Dorset. Died 6 Aug 1612.

9 Elizabeth COKER (c. 1564-1612) [798]. Born c. 1564, Mapowder, Dorset. Christened 1564, Mapowder, Dorset. Died 6 Sep 1612.

5 Edith SYMONDS (c. 1592-1650) [796]. Born c. 1592. Christened 1592, Gorwell, Dorset. Died 24 Jan 1650, Little Symmonds.

3 Judith BRYANT (c. 1620-1655) [794]. Born c. 1620. Christened 1620, Litton, Dorset. Died 29 Jun 1655.

George DAUBENY (c. 1687-1741)

1 George DAUBENY (c. 1687-1741) [789]. Born c. 1687, Buckshaw Hill, Holwell, Somerset. Christened 5 Jul 1687, Bishop's Caundle. Marr Jane LLOYD 3 Apr 1712. Buried 28 Feb 1740, St. James' Church, Bristol. Died Feb 1741.

In 1701 George Daubeny moved from Dorset to the thriving port and City of Bristol.
At the age of sixteen he was apprenticed as a grocer to Dawbeny Buckler for seven years. There was no premium, a usual feature of such an agreement, presumably because of the family nature of the apprenticeship.
In 1710, aged twenty-three, he completed his apprenticeship and became a Freeman of Bristol. It is likely that he went into partnership with his master, Dawbeny Buckler, as George was Buckler's last apprentice and possible successor.
He founded a business of sugar refining and distilling which was headed by successive generations of Daubenys.
After Buckler's death, in 1719, George ran the store with hired labour under his own supervision. At the same time he entered the sugar world as a clerk at the Temple Street sugarhouse of David Macie & Co. George showed himself to be a good judge of the economic climate of Bristol. He made shrewd observations about industrial developments and the growth of the sugar industry and its associated subsidiary
— the distillation of rum, brandies, strong waters and vinegar — all connected with the sugar interests in the West Indies.
Within five years of his employment in the Temple Street refinery, George was a partner in the sugarhouse as well as the attached distillery. Before his fiftieth birthday he was also the owner of the sugar bakery at Halliers Lane.
George had become a prosperous and wealthy man. Perhaps the secret of his success was his ability to keep the business ?within the family'. As has been noted, his second apprentice was Charles Abington who married his sister Jane. After completing his apprenticeship, Abington and George jointly undertook the training of Robert Bridle as a grocer. Bridle was the son of a Dorset gentleman from Leigh.
On the completion of Bridle's training and when he became a Freeman, he entered the Halliers Lane firm as a clerk and George made him a trustee with his son George Daubeny II.
In 1748 the firm was trading as ?Daubeny and Bridle'. The family association was clearly strong since one of the great grandsons of George I had Bridle included in his name — Dr. Charles Giles Bridle Daubeny FRS [p124].



George III was a notorious politician and a founding partner of The Bristol Bank.
George Walters Daubeny was the last of the Bristol Daubenys.

The Daubeny family was of direct Norman descent in the male line, and the head of the South Petherton branch was successively Baron Daubeny by tenure, by writ of summons to parliament (c. 1295-1486) and by letters patent (1486-1548). The last of this line was Henry Lord Daubeny, later Earl of Bridgewater, who died without issue in 1548; his Uncle and heir, James Daubeny of Wayford, never laid claim to the barony.. Later Daubenys had distinguished careers in the Church and the army. Col. Henry Daubeny, 1779-1853, the father of H.C.B.D., who was also a keen genealogist, collected information concerning the Daubeny family and the related family of Hungerford, and compiled a manuscript pedigree (ACC/1096/041). His son continued his work on the pedigree with additions and corrections, and it was printed in 1884, but only as far as 1841. H.C.B.D. also arranged for the restoration of family tombs at South Petherton, Somerset, and Westminster Abbey. He collected material relating to families connected with the Daubenys by marriage (Hichens, Barnston, and Carpenter) and by name (the D'albinis, Delbenne and Theodore Agrippa D'Aubigne, grandfather of Madame de Maintenon). A recognised authority on the history of the family, he was consulted for advice and information by other Daubenys. Many members of the family took an active interest in the subject, not only in his lifetime, but also after his death, as can be seen in the correspondence concerning Philip D'Aubigni the Crusader (ACC/1086/130-137) and the shields of the barons of Magna Carta (ACC/1096/130-137). After his death the manuscript pedigree (ACC/1096/41) received further limited additions.

2 Andrew DAUBENY (c. 1653-1734) [791]. Born c. 1653. Christened 14 Apr 1653, Little Cheney, Dorset. Died 12 Sep 1734, Pulham, Dorset.

4 George DAUBENY (c. 1616-1689) [793]. Born c. 1616. Christened 1616, Gorwell, Dorset. Died 1689.

8 Henry DAUBENY (c. 1590- ) [795]. Born c. 1590. Christened 1590, Dorwell, Dorset.

9 Edith SYMONDS (c. 1592-1650) [796]. Born c. 1592. Christened 1592, Gorwell, Dorset. Died 24 Jan 1650, Little Symmonds.

5 Judith BRYANT (c. 1620-1655) [794]. Born c. 1620. Christened 1620, Litton, Dorset. Died 29 Jun 1655.

3 Sarah BLACKALL (c. 1660- ) [792]. Born c. 1660. Christened 1660, Britnell, Oxon.

George DAUBENY (c. 1616-1689)

1 George DAUBENY (c. 1616-1689) [793]. Born c. 1616. Christened 1616, Gorwell, Dorset. Died 1689.

2 Henry DAUBENY (c. 1590- ) [795]. Born c. 1590. Christened 1590, Dorwell, Dorset.

4 Hugh DAUBENEY (1559-1612) [797]. Born 1559, Gorwell, Dorset. Christened 1559, Gorwell, Dorset. Died 6 Aug 1612.

8 Hugh DAUBENY (c. 1534- ) [799]. Born c. 1534. Christened 1534, Gorwell, Dorset.

9 Alice PENNEY (1536- ) [800]. Born 1536. Christened 1536, East Coker, Somerset.

5 Elizabeth COKER (c. 1564-1612) [798]. Born c. 1564, Mapowder, Dorset. Christened 1564, Mapowder, Dorset. Died 6 Sep 1612.

10 Thomas COKER (c. 1538- ) [801]. Born c. 1538. Christened 1538, Mapowder, Dorset.

3 Edith SYMONDS (c. 1592-1650) [796]. Born c. 1592. Christened 1592, Gorwell, Dorset. Died 24 Jan 1650, Little Symmonds.

Hugh DAUBENEY of Wayford (1559-1612)

1 Hugh DAUBENEY (1559-1612) [797]. Born 1559, Gorwell, Dorset. Christened 1559, Gorwell, Dorset. Died 6 Aug 1612.

2 Hugh DAUBENY (c. 1534- ) [799]. Born c. 1534. Christened 1534, Gorwell, Dorset.

4 Giles DAUBENY (c. 1500-c. 1558) [802]. Born c. 1500. Christened 1500, Wayford, Somerset. Marr Elizabeth OLDHAM c. 1528, Somersetshire, England. Marr Dau. COLES c. 1533, Somersetshire, England. Died c. 22 Mar 1558.

8 James DAUBENEY (c. 1453-1528) [804]. Born c. 1453, South Petherton, Somersetshire, England. Christened 1475, Wayford, Somerset. Marr Elizabeth PAUNCEFOOTE c. 1478, Somersetshire, England. Died 11 Oct 1528.

9 Elizabeth PAUNCEFOOTE ( - ) [810].

5 Elizabeth OLDHAM (c. 1504- ) [803]. Born c. 1504. Christened 1504.

3 Alice PENNEY (1536- ) [800]. Born 1536. Christened 1536, East Coker, Somerset.

Giles DAUBENY of Wayford (c. 1500-c. 1558)

1 Giles DAUBENY (c. 1500-c. 1558) [802]. Born c. 1500. Christened 1500, Wayford, Somerset. Marr Elizabeth OLDHAM c. 1528, Somersetshire, England. Marr Dau. COLES c. 1533, Somersetshire, England. Died c. 22 Mar 1558.

2 James DAUBENEY (c. 1453-1528) [804]. Born c. 1453, South Petherton, Somersetshire, England. Christened 1475, Wayford, Somerset. Marr Elizabeth PAUNCEFOOTE c. 1478, Somersetshire, England. Died 11 Oct 1528.

4 William DAUBENY (1424-c. 1461) [811]. Born 11 Jun 1424, South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Alice STOURTON c. 1448, Somersetshire, England. Died c. 2 Jan 1461, Possibly Battle of Wakefield.

8 Giles DAUBENEY (c. 1395-c. 1445) [1228]. Born c. 25 Oct 1395, Kempston, Bedfordshire, England. Marr Joan DARCY 1423, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Alice Somersetshire, England. Died c. 11 Jan 1445, Barrington, Somersetshire, England. Buried Our Lady Chapel, South Petherton, Somersetshire, England.

Whilst it is possible that his elder brother John did not take the title of Baron because he never reached the age of maturity, it is not clear why Giles did not either. However, as his grandson Giles obtained a new creation as a peer, and noting that none of the 3rd to 5th lords were actually called to parliament, it is possible that there was doubt on the inheritance of the Barony from the time of the 2nd Lord.

9 Joan DARCY (c. 1380- ) [1229]. Born c. 1380, Knayth, Lincolnshire, England.

5 Alice STOURTON ( - ) [812]. Born Preston Plucknet, Somersetshire, England.

10 John STOURTON ( - ) [1234].

11 Catherine PAYNE ( - ) [1235].

3 Elizabeth PAUNCEFOOTE ( - ) [810].

6 Robert PAUNCEFOTE ( - ) [1233].

Hannah DAUBENY (c. 1767-1814)

1 Hannah DAUBENY (c. 1767-1814) [693]. Born c. 1767, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England. Bap 12 Apr 1802, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England. Died 22 Apr 1814, Portland Street Methodist Chapel, Bristol.

2 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1748-1816) [689]. Born c. 1748. Bap 27 Dec 1748, St James, Bristol. Marr Mary COVENTRY 24 Jan 1770, Trinity Church, NYC. Marr Hannah LEE 1789, Henbury.1 Died 6 May 1816.

Lloyd Daubeny (Jnr) was baptised on 27 Dec 1748 St James, Bristol Parents Lloyd Daubeny & Dulcibella Saxbury werew cousins.
At age 15, he was apprenticed to Uncle Andrew Daubeny as a Skinner which is a dealer in hides.
Lloyd Daubeny emigrated in 1768 (aged 20) - and took £2,500 (value around £160,000 at 2010 prices) to New York.
Lloyd Daubeny - Mar. Lic 23 Dec 1769, Marries Mary Calder nee Coventry on 24 Jan 1770 at Trinity Church, New York City - this church burnt down in a fire of 1776. Mary Daubeny died in 1814.

Grandparents George Daubeny (married Jane Lloyd) - he was a grocer.
Maternal grandparents Dulcibella Lloyd (Jane’s sister) and a Mr Saxbury. Their father John Lloyd owned the St James’ Back properties.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1772, in New York City was selling cloths, persian carpets etc.; European goods and intends to go to England in the summer (1772) - was it just to trade?
Lloyd Daubeny & Mary in 1776, in Brunswick - 1 child baptised here. He had had to leave all his property in NYC due to troubles. He then had to leave Brunswick, Jersey due to evacuation.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1777, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was selling groceries such as madeira, oils, sugar, candles, lemons, limes & hardware from a shop in Front Street Philadelphia (5 doors from coffee house).
June 18 1778 - British evacuate Philadelphia - maybe why he went back to NYC.
Lloyd Daubeny on 4 Feb 1781 in NYC, at a Brick House at 30 Broad Street & corner of Princess St NYC, registered as being sold prior to leaving US.
Lloyd Daubeny on 23 Jan 1782 NYC - holds a closing down sale, with remainder of groceries.
Lloyd Daubeny on 22 April 1782 in NYC, asks for those with accounts with him to have them settled at 30 Broad Street NYC as he is going on next convoy.
Lloyd Daubeny on 28 Oct 1782 in Bristol, met Sir Jarret Smyth ‘going into town & asked him about settlement of ‘their parents real & personal estate, particularly the Freehold estate on St James’ Back consisting of houses (in a hand written letter).
Lloyd Daubeny between 1785 & 1787, is living at Lower Green, St Augustine (shown in Bristol Rate Books).
Dulcibella (his mother) dies in 1787 and in her will, gave him £500 p.a.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1789, Married Hannah Lee at Henbury (Gent of St Augustine in church register) - says he is a widow, which of course, he is not!
Lloyd Daubeny 1797 - lived at 17 Cathay, St Augustine, Bristol (ref: Matthew’s New Bristol Directory).
Lloyd Daubeny 1791-1801 - Father’s children, Wm, Sarah, Mary, Hannah & James detailed in Westbury-on-Trym baptisms.
Lloyd Daubeny 1809 'London Gazette' Debtor - at this time only people in trade could be taken to court, so Lloyd must have been trading in some form or manner before this time.

and owner of large landed estates in St. Lawrence and Otsego Counties, Schuyler’s and other patents, New York, and m. January 24, 1770, Mary Coventry, b. New York City, July 15, 1743, and d. New York City, October 6, 1813 (widow of James Calder, of New York City), daughter of Hon. William Coventry (and Elizabeth Hart, b. January 29, 1722 (O.S.), m. at St. Kitts, West Indies, August 28, 1739, d. New York City, August 22, 1803), b. in England, APril 10, 1715 (O.S.), and removed to the island of St. Christopher, West Indies, and thence to New York City, before 1756, where, as a resident and property-holder in Dock Street, he was for many years one of the magistrates of the city, and d. St. Kitts, West Indies, April 25, 1774; son of Thomas Coventry, third son (brother of Walter Coventry, eldest son, who d. 1717, and William Coventry, Esquire, second son, who, in 1719, as eldest male descendant of Walter, brother of Thomas Coventry, first Baron and lord keeper of the Great Seal, and in accordance with the limitations of the patent, upon failure of issue of Gilbert, fourth Earl of Coventry, the last direct male descendant of Thomas Coventry, the lord keeper aforesaid, succeeded as fifth Earl of Coventry and Viscount Deerhurst, and was in turn succeeded, March 18, 1750, by his eldest son, George William, sixth Earl of Coventry and VIscount Deerhurst, who m. the very celebrated beauty Maria Gunning, daughter of John Gunning, Esq., of Roscommon) of Walter Coventry, brother of Thomas, first Baron Coventry, of Aylesborough, attorney-general to the crown and lord keeper of the Great Seal in 1625, sons of Thomas Conventry, chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas, 1606, a lineal male descendant of John Coventry, who filled the offices of sheriff and lord mayor of the city of London in 1416 and 1425.

Lloyd Daubeney and Mary Coventry, aforesaid, had:

24. Eliza Martin Daubney, third child, but eventual heiress (others d. s. p.), b. October 25, 1779, New York City, bapt. November 10, 1779, by Rev. Mr. Inglis, rector Holy Trinity Church, New York, d. New York City and buried Waddell vault; m. November 8, 1800 (by Rev. Dr. Benjamin Moore), Captain Henry Waddell, of New York City, b. New York City, March 31, 1767, will dated May 9, 1815, d. New York City, July 13, 1819, buried Waddell vault, eldest and only surviving son of Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, of New York City, and his wife, Geesie Filkin, m. at her father’s residence, Pearl Street, New York, April 5, 1761.

Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, aforesaid, was b. New York City, July 26, 1737 (O.S.), and was one of the alderman and magistrates of the same prior to the Revolution, during which he served as lieutenant-colonel of a loyalist regiment in New York City, commission dated October 23, 1776, and thereafter removing to London, d. there July 27, 1813, and there buried. He was eldest son of Captain John Waddell, b. Dover, Kent, England, October 3, 1714, and removed to New York City about 1735, d. there May 29, 1762, in his home on Dock Street (purchased from William Coventry, aforesaid), and buried Waddell vault, Holy Trinity Church, New York City, will dated October 9, 1760 (and his wife Anne, daughter of William Kirten, of New York City), eldest son of Lieutenant William Waddell, of the British navy, who lost his right arm in the service in burning the Spanish fleet at Vigo, Spain, b. Edinburgh, North Britain, and d. Dover, England, son of Captain John Waddell, “of Stebenheath in ye County of Middlesex, Esq., now Captn. of ye Rainbowe, a principall Ship of his ma’ties Navie Royall,” who had arms granted to “him and his posteritie, with their due differences, forever,” May 3, 1627 (copy of original grant on file Herald’s College, London), for great naval victories in the Persian Gulf and Straits of Ormus, temp. 1622. It is notable that this same vessel was one of the fleet (and third in point of size) which repelled the Spanish Armada, temp. 1588, and that in the engagement, in which Captain Waddell commanded against Kishm and Ormus, the great navigator Baffin was one of the Englishmen to lose their lives.

4 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1718-1754) [787]. Born c. 1718. Christened 9 Nov 1718. Died 22 Dec 1754, St James, Bristol.

In PR as Mr buried in pavement of St James, Bristol

Lloyd, the second son of George I and Jane was born in Bristol and also baptised in St. Nicholas' Church on 9 November 1718.
On 9 December 1734, just after his sixteenth birthday, he was apprenticed for seven years, as a distiller, to Thomas Bagnold and his wife Ann.
He became a Freeman of the City of Bristol on 14 November 1739 as the 'son of George Daubeny, grocer'.
Lloyd took his younger brother, James, as an apprentice on 13 January 1742.
George I found employment for Lloyd in the Temple Street distillery.
On completion of his apprenticeship, Lloyd settled down and married Dulcibella Saxbury, a cousin, on 4 February 1742 at the Church of St. James, Bristol.
They had eight children:
As can be seen, most of Lloyd and Dulcibella's children died very young.

8 George DAUBENY (c. 1687-1741) [789]. Born c. 1687, Buckshaw Hill, Holwell, Somerset. Christened 5 Jul 1687, Bishop's Caundle. Marr Jane LLOYD 3 Apr 1712. Buried 28 Feb 1740, St. James' Church, Bristol. Died Feb 1741.

In 1701 George Daubeny moved from Dorset to the thriving port and City of Bristol.
At the age of sixteen he was apprenticed as a grocer to Dawbeny Buckler for seven years. There was no premium, a usual feature of such an agreement, presumably because of the family nature of the apprenticeship.
In 1710, aged twenty-three, he completed his apprenticeship and became a Freeman of Bristol. It is likely that he went into partnership with his master, Dawbeny Buckler, as George was Buckler's last apprentice and possible successor.
He founded a business of sugar refining and distilling which was headed by successive generations of Daubenys.
After Buckler's death, in 1719, George ran the store with hired labour under his own supervision. At the same time he entered the sugar world as a clerk at the Temple Street sugarhouse of David Macie & Co. George showed himself to be a good judge of the economic climate of Bristol. He made shrewd observations about industrial developments and the growth of the sugar industry and its associated subsidiary
— the distillation of rum, brandies, strong waters and vinegar — all connected with the sugar interests in the West Indies.
Within five years of his employment in the Temple Street refinery, George was a partner in the sugarhouse as well as the attached distillery. Before his fiftieth birthday he was also the owner of the sugar bakery at Halliers Lane.
George had become a prosperous and wealthy man. Perhaps the secret of his success was his ability to keep the business ?within the family'. As has been noted, his second apprentice was Charles Abington who married his sister Jane. After completing his apprenticeship, Abington and George jointly undertook the training of Robert Bridle as a grocer. Bridle was the son of a Dorset gentleman from Leigh.
On the completion of Bridle's training and when he became a Freeman, he entered the Halliers Lane firm as a clerk and George made him a trustee with his son George Daubeny II.
In 1748 the firm was trading as ?Daubeny and Bridle'. The family association was clearly strong since one of the great grandsons of George I had Bridle included in his name — Dr. Charles Giles Bridle Daubeny FRS [p124].



George III was a notorious politician and a founding partner of The Bristol Bank.
George Walters Daubeny was the last of the Bristol Daubenys.

The Daubeny family was of direct Norman descent in the male line, and the head of the South Petherton branch was successively Baron Daubeny by tenure, by writ of summons to parliament (c. 1295-1486) and by letters patent (1486-1548). The last of this line was Henry Lord Daubeny, later Earl of Bridgewater, who died without issue in 1548; his Uncle and heir, James Daubeny of Wayford, never laid claim to the barony.. Later Daubenys had distinguished careers in the Church and the army. Col. Henry Daubeny, 1779-1853, the father of H.C.B.D., who was also a keen genealogist, collected information concerning the Daubeny family and the related family of Hungerford, and compiled a manuscript pedigree (ACC/1096/041). His son continued his work on the pedigree with additions and corrections, and it was printed in 1884, but only as far as 1841. H.C.B.D. also arranged for the restoration of family tombs at South Petherton, Somerset, and Westminster Abbey. He collected material relating to families connected with the Daubenys by marriage (Hichens, Barnston, and Carpenter) and by name (the D'albinis, Delbenne and Theodore Agrippa D'Aubigne, grandfather of Madame de Maintenon). A recognised authority on the history of the family, he was consulted for advice and information by other Daubenys. Many members of the family took an active interest in the subject, not only in his lifetime, but also after his death, as can be seen in the correspondence concerning Philip D'Aubigni the Crusader (ACC/1086/130-137) and the shields of the barons of Magna Carta (ACC/1096/130-137). After his death the manuscript pedigree (ACC/1096/41) received further limited additions.

9 Jane LLOYD (c. 1689-1761) [790]. Born c. 1689. Christened 1689, St James, Bristol. Died 15 Sep 1761, St James, Bristol.

5 Dulcibella SAXBURY (c. 1722-1787) [788]. Born c. 1722. Christened 1772. Died 1787.

3 Hannah LEE (c. 1767- ) [690]. Born c. 1767. Christened 15 Mar 1767, Henbury.

6 William LEE ( -1809) [783]. Died 6 Aug 1809, Henbury.

7 Esther VEYSEY ( -1804) [784]. Died 25 May 1804, Henbury.

Sources

1"Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840".

Henry DAUBENY (c. 1590- )

1 Henry DAUBENY (c. 1590- ) [795]. Born c. 1590. Christened 1590, Dorwell, Dorset.

2 Hugh DAUBENEY (1559-1612) [797]. Born 1559, Gorwell, Dorset. Christened 1559, Gorwell, Dorset. Died 6 Aug 1612.

4 Hugh DAUBENY (c. 1534- ) [799]. Born c. 1534. Christened 1534, Gorwell, Dorset.

8 Giles DAUBENY (c. 1500-c. 1558) [802]. Born c. 1500. Christened 1500, Wayford, Somerset. Marr Elizabeth OLDHAM c. 1528, Somersetshire, England. Marr Dau. COLES c. 1533, Somersetshire, England. Died c. 22 Mar 1558.

9 Elizabeth OLDHAM (c. 1504- ) [803]. Born c. 1504. Christened 1504.

5 Alice PENNEY (1536- ) [800]. Born 1536. Christened 1536, East Coker, Somerset.

3 Elizabeth COKER (c. 1564-1612) [798]. Born c. 1564, Mapowder, Dorset. Christened 1564, Mapowder, Dorset. Died 6 Sep 1612.

6 Thomas COKER (c. 1538- ) [801]. Born c. 1538. Christened 1538, Mapowder, Dorset.

Hugh DAUBENY of Wayford (c. 1534- )

1 Hugh DAUBENY (c. 1534- ) [799]. Born c. 1534. Christened 1534, Gorwell, Dorset.

2 Giles DAUBENY (c. 1500-c. 1558) [802]. Born c. 1500. Christened 1500, Wayford, Somerset. Marr Elizabeth OLDHAM c. 1528, Somersetshire, England. Marr Dau. COLES c. 1533, Somersetshire, England. Died c. 22 Mar 1558.

4 James DAUBENEY (c. 1453-1528) [804]. Born c. 1453, South Petherton, Somersetshire, England. Christened 1475, Wayford, Somerset. Marr Elizabeth PAUNCEFOOTE c. 1478, Somersetshire, England. Died 11 Oct 1528.

8 William DAUBENY (1424-c. 1461) [811]. Born 11 Jun 1424, South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Alice STOURTON c. 1448, Somersetshire, England. Died c. 2 Jan 1461, Possibly Battle of Wakefield.

9 Alice STOURTON ( - ) [812]. Born Preston Plucknet, Somersetshire, England.

5 Elizabeth PAUNCEFOOTE ( - ) [810].

10 Robert PAUNCEFOTE ( - ) [1233].

3 Elizabeth OLDHAM (c. 1504- ) [803]. Born c. 1504. Christened 1504.

Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1718-1754)

1 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1718-1754) [787]. Born c. 1718. Christened 9 Nov 1718. Died 22 Dec 1754, St James, Bristol.

In PR as Mr buried in pavement of St James, Bristol

Lloyd, the second son of George I and Jane was born in Bristol and also baptised in St. Nicholas' Church on 9 November 1718.
On 9 December 1734, just after his sixteenth birthday, he was apprenticed for seven years, as a distiller, to Thomas Bagnold and his wife Ann.
He became a Freeman of the City of Bristol on 14 November 1739 as the 'son of George Daubeny, grocer'.
Lloyd took his younger brother, James, as an apprentice on 13 January 1742.
George I found employment for Lloyd in the Temple Street distillery.
On completion of his apprenticeship, Lloyd settled down and married Dulcibella Saxbury, a cousin, on 4 February 1742 at the Church of St. James, Bristol.
They had eight children:
As can be seen, most of Lloyd and Dulcibella's children died very young.

2 George DAUBENY (c. 1687-1741) [789]. Born c. 1687, Buckshaw Hill, Holwell, Somerset. Christened 5 Jul 1687, Bishop's Caundle. Marr Jane LLOYD 3 Apr 1712. Buried 28 Feb 1740, St. James' Church, Bristol. Died Feb 1741.

In 1701 George Daubeny moved from Dorset to the thriving port and City of Bristol.
At the age of sixteen he was apprenticed as a grocer to Dawbeny Buckler for seven years. There was no premium, a usual feature of such an agreement, presumably because of the family nature of the apprenticeship.
In 1710, aged twenty-three, he completed his apprenticeship and became a Freeman of Bristol. It is likely that he went into partnership with his master, Dawbeny Buckler, as George was Buckler's last apprentice and possible successor.
He founded a business of sugar refining and distilling which was headed by successive generations of Daubenys.
After Buckler's death, in 1719, George ran the store with hired labour under his own supervision. At the same time he entered the sugar world as a clerk at the Temple Street sugarhouse of David Macie & Co. George showed himself to be a good judge of the economic climate of Bristol. He made shrewd observations about industrial developments and the growth of the sugar industry and its associated subsidiary
— the distillation of rum, brandies, strong waters and vinegar — all connected with the sugar interests in the West Indies.
Within five years of his employment in the Temple Street refinery, George was a partner in the sugarhouse as well as the attached distillery. Before his fiftieth birthday he was also the owner of the sugar bakery at Halliers Lane.
George had become a prosperous and wealthy man. Perhaps the secret of his success was his ability to keep the business ?within the family'. As has been noted, his second apprentice was Charles Abington who married his sister Jane. After completing his apprenticeship, Abington and George jointly undertook the training of Robert Bridle as a grocer. Bridle was the son of a Dorset gentleman from Leigh.
On the completion of Bridle's training and when he became a Freeman, he entered the Halliers Lane firm as a clerk and George made him a trustee with his son George Daubeny II.
In 1748 the firm was trading as ?Daubeny and Bridle'. The family association was clearly strong since one of the great grandsons of George I had Bridle included in his name — Dr. Charles Giles Bridle Daubeny FRS [p124].



George III was a notorious politician and a founding partner of The Bristol Bank.
George Walters Daubeny was the last of the Bristol Daubenys.

The Daubeny family was of direct Norman descent in the male line, and the head of the South Petherton branch was successively Baron Daubeny by tenure, by writ of summons to parliament (c. 1295-1486) and by letters patent (1486-1548). The last of this line was Henry Lord Daubeny, later Earl of Bridgewater, who died without issue in 1548; his Uncle and heir, James Daubeny of Wayford, never laid claim to the barony.. Later Daubenys had distinguished careers in the Church and the army. Col. Henry Daubeny, 1779-1853, the father of H.C.B.D., who was also a keen genealogist, collected information concerning the Daubeny family and the related family of Hungerford, and compiled a manuscript pedigree (ACC/1096/041). His son continued his work on the pedigree with additions and corrections, and it was printed in 1884, but only as far as 1841. H.C.B.D. also arranged for the restoration of family tombs at South Petherton, Somerset, and Westminster Abbey. He collected material relating to families connected with the Daubenys by marriage (Hichens, Barnston, and Carpenter) and by name (the D'albinis, Delbenne and Theodore Agrippa D'Aubigne, grandfather of Madame de Maintenon). A recognised authority on the history of the family, he was consulted for advice and information by other Daubenys. Many members of the family took an active interest in the subject, not only in his lifetime, but also after his death, as can be seen in the correspondence concerning Philip D'Aubigni the Crusader (ACC/1086/130-137) and the shields of the barons of Magna Carta (ACC/1096/130-137). After his death the manuscript pedigree (ACC/1096/41) received further limited additions.

4 Andrew DAUBENY (c. 1653-1734) [791]. Born c. 1653. Christened 14 Apr 1653, Little Cheney, Dorset. Died 12 Sep 1734, Pulham, Dorset.

8 George DAUBENY (c. 1616-1689) [793]. Born c. 1616. Christened 1616, Gorwell, Dorset. Died 1689.

9 Judith BRYANT (c. 1620-1655) [794]. Born c. 1620. Christened 1620, Litton, Dorset. Died 29 Jun 1655.

5 Sarah BLACKALL (c. 1660- ) [792]. Born c. 1660. Christened 1660, Britnell, Oxon.

3 Jane LLOYD (c. 1689-1761) [790]. Born c. 1689. Christened 1689, St James, Bristol. Died 15 Sep 1761, St James, Bristol.

6 John LLOYD ( - ) [1435].

Owned the St James’ Back properties.

Mary DAUBENY (c. 1793-1816)

1 Mary DAUBENY (c. 1793-1816) [692]. Born c. 1793. Died 1 May 1816, Portland Street Methodist Chapel, Bristol.

2 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1748-1816) [689]. Born c. 1748. Bap 27 Dec 1748, St James, Bristol. Marr Mary COVENTRY 24 Jan 1770, Trinity Church, NYC. Marr Hannah LEE 1789, Henbury.1 Died 6 May 1816.

Lloyd Daubeny (Jnr) was baptised on 27 Dec 1748 St James, Bristol Parents Lloyd Daubeny & Dulcibella Saxbury werew cousins.
At age 15, he was apprenticed to Uncle Andrew Daubeny as a Skinner which is a dealer in hides.
Lloyd Daubeny emigrated in 1768 (aged 20) - and took £2,500 (value around £160,000 at 2010 prices) to New York.
Lloyd Daubeny - Mar. Lic 23 Dec 1769, Marries Mary Calder nee Coventry on 24 Jan 1770 at Trinity Church, New York City - this church burnt down in a fire of 1776. Mary Daubeny died in 1814.

Grandparents George Daubeny (married Jane Lloyd) - he was a grocer.
Maternal grandparents Dulcibella Lloyd (Jane’s sister) and a Mr Saxbury. Their father John Lloyd owned the St James’ Back properties.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1772, in New York City was selling cloths, persian carpets etc.; European goods and intends to go to England in the summer (1772) - was it just to trade?
Lloyd Daubeny & Mary in 1776, in Brunswick - 1 child baptised here. He had had to leave all his property in NYC due to troubles. He then had to leave Brunswick, Jersey due to evacuation.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1777, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was selling groceries such as madeira, oils, sugar, candles, lemons, limes & hardware from a shop in Front Street Philadelphia (5 doors from coffee house).
June 18 1778 - British evacuate Philadelphia - maybe why he went back to NYC.
Lloyd Daubeny on 4 Feb 1781 in NYC, at a Brick House at 30 Broad Street & corner of Princess St NYC, registered as being sold prior to leaving US.
Lloyd Daubeny on 23 Jan 1782 NYC - holds a closing down sale, with remainder of groceries.
Lloyd Daubeny on 22 April 1782 in NYC, asks for those with accounts with him to have them settled at 30 Broad Street NYC as he is going on next convoy.
Lloyd Daubeny on 28 Oct 1782 in Bristol, met Sir Jarret Smyth ‘going into town & asked him about settlement of ‘their parents real & personal estate, particularly the Freehold estate on St James’ Back consisting of houses (in a hand written letter).
Lloyd Daubeny between 1785 & 1787, is living at Lower Green, St Augustine (shown in Bristol Rate Books).
Dulcibella (his mother) dies in 1787 and in her will, gave him £500 p.a.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1789, Married Hannah Lee at Henbury (Gent of St Augustine in church register) - says he is a widow, which of course, he is not!
Lloyd Daubeny 1797 - lived at 17 Cathay, St Augustine, Bristol (ref: Matthew’s New Bristol Directory).
Lloyd Daubeny 1791-1801 - Father’s children, Wm, Sarah, Mary, Hannah & James detailed in Westbury-on-Trym baptisms.
Lloyd Daubeny 1809 'London Gazette' Debtor - at this time only people in trade could be taken to court, so Lloyd must have been trading in some form or manner before this time.

and owner of large landed estates in St. Lawrence and Otsego Counties, Schuyler’s and other patents, New York, and m. January 24, 1770, Mary Coventry, b. New York City, July 15, 1743, and d. New York City, October 6, 1813 (widow of James Calder, of New York City), daughter of Hon. William Coventry (and Elizabeth Hart, b. January 29, 1722 (O.S.), m. at St. Kitts, West Indies, August 28, 1739, d. New York City, August 22, 1803), b. in England, APril 10, 1715 (O.S.), and removed to the island of St. Christopher, West Indies, and thence to New York City, before 1756, where, as a resident and property-holder in Dock Street, he was for many years one of the magistrates of the city, and d. St. Kitts, West Indies, April 25, 1774; son of Thomas Coventry, third son (brother of Walter Coventry, eldest son, who d. 1717, and William Coventry, Esquire, second son, who, in 1719, as eldest male descendant of Walter, brother of Thomas Coventry, first Baron and lord keeper of the Great Seal, and in accordance with the limitations of the patent, upon failure of issue of Gilbert, fourth Earl of Coventry, the last direct male descendant of Thomas Coventry, the lord keeper aforesaid, succeeded as fifth Earl of Coventry and Viscount Deerhurst, and was in turn succeeded, March 18, 1750, by his eldest son, George William, sixth Earl of Coventry and VIscount Deerhurst, who m. the very celebrated beauty Maria Gunning, daughter of John Gunning, Esq., of Roscommon) of Walter Coventry, brother of Thomas, first Baron Coventry, of Aylesborough, attorney-general to the crown and lord keeper of the Great Seal in 1625, sons of Thomas Conventry, chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas, 1606, a lineal male descendant of John Coventry, who filled the offices of sheriff and lord mayor of the city of London in 1416 and 1425.

Lloyd Daubeney and Mary Coventry, aforesaid, had:

24. Eliza Martin Daubney, third child, but eventual heiress (others d. s. p.), b. October 25, 1779, New York City, bapt. November 10, 1779, by Rev. Mr. Inglis, rector Holy Trinity Church, New York, d. New York City and buried Waddell vault; m. November 8, 1800 (by Rev. Dr. Benjamin Moore), Captain Henry Waddell, of New York City, b. New York City, March 31, 1767, will dated May 9, 1815, d. New York City, July 13, 1819, buried Waddell vault, eldest and only surviving son of Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, of New York City, and his wife, Geesie Filkin, m. at her father’s residence, Pearl Street, New York, April 5, 1761.

Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, aforesaid, was b. New York City, July 26, 1737 (O.S.), and was one of the alderman and magistrates of the same prior to the Revolution, during which he served as lieutenant-colonel of a loyalist regiment in New York City, commission dated October 23, 1776, and thereafter removing to London, d. there July 27, 1813, and there buried. He was eldest son of Captain John Waddell, b. Dover, Kent, England, October 3, 1714, and removed to New York City about 1735, d. there May 29, 1762, in his home on Dock Street (purchased from William Coventry, aforesaid), and buried Waddell vault, Holy Trinity Church, New York City, will dated October 9, 1760 (and his wife Anne, daughter of William Kirten, of New York City), eldest son of Lieutenant William Waddell, of the British navy, who lost his right arm in the service in burning the Spanish fleet at Vigo, Spain, b. Edinburgh, North Britain, and d. Dover, England, son of Captain John Waddell, “of Stebenheath in ye County of Middlesex, Esq., now Captn. of ye Rainbowe, a principall Ship of his ma’ties Navie Royall,” who had arms granted to “him and his posteritie, with their due differences, forever,” May 3, 1627 (copy of original grant on file Herald’s College, London), for great naval victories in the Persian Gulf and Straits of Ormus, temp. 1622. It is notable that this same vessel was one of the fleet (and third in point of size) which repelled the Spanish Armada, temp. 1588, and that in the engagement, in which Captain Waddell commanded against Kishm and Ormus, the great navigator Baffin was one of the Englishmen to lose their lives.

4 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1718-1754) [787]. Born c. 1718. Christened 9 Nov 1718. Died 22 Dec 1754, St James, Bristol.

In PR as Mr buried in pavement of St James, Bristol

Lloyd, the second son of George I and Jane was born in Bristol and also baptised in St. Nicholas' Church on 9 November 1718.
On 9 December 1734, just after his sixteenth birthday, he was apprenticed for seven years, as a distiller, to Thomas Bagnold and his wife Ann.
He became a Freeman of the City of Bristol on 14 November 1739 as the 'son of George Daubeny, grocer'.
Lloyd took his younger brother, James, as an apprentice on 13 January 1742.
George I found employment for Lloyd in the Temple Street distillery.
On completion of his apprenticeship, Lloyd settled down and married Dulcibella Saxbury, a cousin, on 4 February 1742 at the Church of St. James, Bristol.
They had eight children:
As can be seen, most of Lloyd and Dulcibella's children died very young.

8 George DAUBENY (c. 1687-1741) [789]. Born c. 1687, Buckshaw Hill, Holwell, Somerset. Christened 5 Jul 1687, Bishop's Caundle. Marr Jane LLOYD 3 Apr 1712. Buried 28 Feb 1740, St. James' Church, Bristol. Died Feb 1741.

In 1701 George Daubeny moved from Dorset to the thriving port and City of Bristol.
At the age of sixteen he was apprenticed as a grocer to Dawbeny Buckler for seven years. There was no premium, a usual feature of such an agreement, presumably because of the family nature of the apprenticeship.
In 1710, aged twenty-three, he completed his apprenticeship and became a Freeman of Bristol. It is likely that he went into partnership with his master, Dawbeny Buckler, as George was Buckler's last apprentice and possible successor.
He founded a business of sugar refining and distilling which was headed by successive generations of Daubenys.
After Buckler's death, in 1719, George ran the store with hired labour under his own supervision. At the same time he entered the sugar world as a clerk at the Temple Street sugarhouse of David Macie & Co. George showed himself to be a good judge of the economic climate of Bristol. He made shrewd observations about industrial developments and the growth of the sugar industry and its associated subsidiary
— the distillation of rum, brandies, strong waters and vinegar — all connected with the sugar interests in the West Indies.
Within five years of his employment in the Temple Street refinery, George was a partner in the sugarhouse as well as the attached distillery. Before his fiftieth birthday he was also the owner of the sugar bakery at Halliers Lane.
George had become a prosperous and wealthy man. Perhaps the secret of his success was his ability to keep the business ?within the family'. As has been noted, his second apprentice was Charles Abington who married his sister Jane. After completing his apprenticeship, Abington and George jointly undertook the training of Robert Bridle as a grocer. Bridle was the son of a Dorset gentleman from Leigh.
On the completion of Bridle's training and when he became a Freeman, he entered the Halliers Lane firm as a clerk and George made him a trustee with his son George Daubeny II.
In 1748 the firm was trading as ?Daubeny and Bridle'. The family association was clearly strong since one of the great grandsons of George I had Bridle included in his name — Dr. Charles Giles Bridle Daubeny FRS [p124].



George III was a notorious politician and a founding partner of The Bristol Bank.
George Walters Daubeny was the last of the Bristol Daubenys.

The Daubeny family was of direct Norman descent in the male line, and the head of the South Petherton branch was successively Baron Daubeny by tenure, by writ of summons to parliament (c. 1295-1486) and by letters patent (1486-1548). The last of this line was Henry Lord Daubeny, later Earl of Bridgewater, who died without issue in 1548; his Uncle and heir, James Daubeny of Wayford, never laid claim to the barony.. Later Daubenys had distinguished careers in the Church and the army. Col. Henry Daubeny, 1779-1853, the father of H.C.B.D., who was also a keen genealogist, collected information concerning the Daubeny family and the related family of Hungerford, and compiled a manuscript pedigree (ACC/1096/041). His son continued his work on the pedigree with additions and corrections, and it was printed in 1884, but only as far as 1841. H.C.B.D. also arranged for the restoration of family tombs at South Petherton, Somerset, and Westminster Abbey. He collected material relating to families connected with the Daubenys by marriage (Hichens, Barnston, and Carpenter) and by name (the D'albinis, Delbenne and Theodore Agrippa D'Aubigne, grandfather of Madame de Maintenon). A recognised authority on the history of the family, he was consulted for advice and information by other Daubenys. Many members of the family took an active interest in the subject, not only in his lifetime, but also after his death, as can be seen in the correspondence concerning Philip D'Aubigni the Crusader (ACC/1086/130-137) and the shields of the barons of Magna Carta (ACC/1096/130-137). After his death the manuscript pedigree (ACC/1096/41) received further limited additions.

9 Jane LLOYD (c. 1689-1761) [790]. Born c. 1689. Christened 1689, St James, Bristol. Died 15 Sep 1761, St James, Bristol.

5 Dulcibella SAXBURY (c. 1722-1787) [788]. Born c. 1722. Christened 1772. Died 1787.

3 Hannah LEE (c. 1767- ) [690]. Born c. 1767. Christened 15 Mar 1767, Henbury.

6 William LEE ( -1809) [783]. Died 6 Aug 1809, Henbury.

7 Esther VEYSEY ( -1804) [784]. Died 25 May 1804, Henbury.

Sources

1"Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840".

Sarah DAUBENY (c. 1791-1855)

1 Sarah Vaughan DAUBENY (c. 1791-1855) [686]. Born c. 1791, Westbury on Trym, Gloucester. Christened 2 Nov 1791, westbury on Trym, Gloucester. Marr William HAYWARD 13 Aug 1822, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 1 Apr 1855, 7 All Saint Street, Bristol.

Died of "Fever bronchitis".

2 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1748-1816) [689]. Born c. 1748. Bap 27 Dec 1748, St James, Bristol. Marr Mary COVENTRY 24 Jan 1770, Trinity Church, NYC. Marr Hannah LEE 1789, Henbury.1 Died 6 May 1816.

Lloyd Daubeny (Jnr) was baptised on 27 Dec 1748 St James, Bristol Parents Lloyd Daubeny & Dulcibella Saxbury werew cousins.
At age 15, he was apprenticed to Uncle Andrew Daubeny as a Skinner which is a dealer in hides.
Lloyd Daubeny emigrated in 1768 (aged 20) - and took £2,500 (value around £160,000 at 2010 prices) to New York.
Lloyd Daubeny - Mar. Lic 23 Dec 1769, Marries Mary Calder nee Coventry on 24 Jan 1770 at Trinity Church, New York City - this church burnt down in a fire of 1776. Mary Daubeny died in 1814.

Grandparents George Daubeny (married Jane Lloyd) - he was a grocer.
Maternal grandparents Dulcibella Lloyd (Jane’s sister) and a Mr Saxbury. Their father John Lloyd owned the St James’ Back properties.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1772, in New York City was selling cloths, persian carpets etc.; European goods and intends to go to England in the summer (1772) - was it just to trade?
Lloyd Daubeny & Mary in 1776, in Brunswick - 1 child baptised here. He had had to leave all his property in NYC due to troubles. He then had to leave Brunswick, Jersey due to evacuation.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1777, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was selling groceries such as madeira, oils, sugar, candles, lemons, limes & hardware from a shop in Front Street Philadelphia (5 doors from coffee house).
June 18 1778 - British evacuate Philadelphia - maybe why he went back to NYC.
Lloyd Daubeny on 4 Feb 1781 in NYC, at a Brick House at 30 Broad Street & corner of Princess St NYC, registered as being sold prior to leaving US.
Lloyd Daubeny on 23 Jan 1782 NYC - holds a closing down sale, with remainder of groceries.
Lloyd Daubeny on 22 April 1782 in NYC, asks for those with accounts with him to have them settled at 30 Broad Street NYC as he is going on next convoy.
Lloyd Daubeny on 28 Oct 1782 in Bristol, met Sir Jarret Smyth ‘going into town & asked him about settlement of ‘their parents real & personal estate, particularly the Freehold estate on St James’ Back consisting of houses (in a hand written letter).
Lloyd Daubeny between 1785 & 1787, is living at Lower Green, St Augustine (shown in Bristol Rate Books).
Dulcibella (his mother) dies in 1787 and in her will, gave him £500 p.a.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1789, Married Hannah Lee at Henbury (Gent of St Augustine in church register) - says he is a widow, which of course, he is not!
Lloyd Daubeny 1797 - lived at 17 Cathay, St Augustine, Bristol (ref: Matthew’s New Bristol Directory).
Lloyd Daubeny 1791-1801 - Father’s children, Wm, Sarah, Mary, Hannah & James detailed in Westbury-on-Trym baptisms.
Lloyd Daubeny 1809 'London Gazette' Debtor - at this time only people in trade could be taken to court, so Lloyd must have been trading in some form or manner before this time.

and owner of large landed estates in St. Lawrence and Otsego Counties, Schuyler’s and other patents, New York, and m. January 24, 1770, Mary Coventry, b. New York City, July 15, 1743, and d. New York City, October 6, 1813 (widow of James Calder, of New York City), daughter of Hon. William Coventry (and Elizabeth Hart, b. January 29, 1722 (O.S.), m. at St. Kitts, West Indies, August 28, 1739, d. New York City, August 22, 1803), b. in England, APril 10, 1715 (O.S.), and removed to the island of St. Christopher, West Indies, and thence to New York City, before 1756, where, as a resident and property-holder in Dock Street, he was for many years one of the magistrates of the city, and d. St. Kitts, West Indies, April 25, 1774; son of Thomas Coventry, third son (brother of Walter Coventry, eldest son, who d. 1717, and William Coventry, Esquire, second son, who, in 1719, as eldest male descendant of Walter, brother of Thomas Coventry, first Baron and lord keeper of the Great Seal, and in accordance with the limitations of the patent, upon failure of issue of Gilbert, fourth Earl of Coventry, the last direct male descendant of Thomas Coventry, the lord keeper aforesaid, succeeded as fifth Earl of Coventry and Viscount Deerhurst, and was in turn succeeded, March 18, 1750, by his eldest son, George William, sixth Earl of Coventry and VIscount Deerhurst, who m. the very celebrated beauty Maria Gunning, daughter of John Gunning, Esq., of Roscommon) of Walter Coventry, brother of Thomas, first Baron Coventry, of Aylesborough, attorney-general to the crown and lord keeper of the Great Seal in 1625, sons of Thomas Conventry, chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas, 1606, a lineal male descendant of John Coventry, who filled the offices of sheriff and lord mayor of the city of London in 1416 and 1425.

Lloyd Daubeney and Mary Coventry, aforesaid, had:

24. Eliza Martin Daubney, third child, but eventual heiress (others d. s. p.), b. October 25, 1779, New York City, bapt. November 10, 1779, by Rev. Mr. Inglis, rector Holy Trinity Church, New York, d. New York City and buried Waddell vault; m. November 8, 1800 (by Rev. Dr. Benjamin Moore), Captain Henry Waddell, of New York City, b. New York City, March 31, 1767, will dated May 9, 1815, d. New York City, July 13, 1819, buried Waddell vault, eldest and only surviving son of Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, of New York City, and his wife, Geesie Filkin, m. at her father’s residence, Pearl Street, New York, April 5, 1761.

Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, aforesaid, was b. New York City, July 26, 1737 (O.S.), and was one of the alderman and magistrates of the same prior to the Revolution, during which he served as lieutenant-colonel of a loyalist regiment in New York City, commission dated October 23, 1776, and thereafter removing to London, d. there July 27, 1813, and there buried. He was eldest son of Captain John Waddell, b. Dover, Kent, England, October 3, 1714, and removed to New York City about 1735, d. there May 29, 1762, in his home on Dock Street (purchased from William Coventry, aforesaid), and buried Waddell vault, Holy Trinity Church, New York City, will dated October 9, 1760 (and his wife Anne, daughter of William Kirten, of New York City), eldest son of Lieutenant William Waddell, of the British navy, who lost his right arm in the service in burning the Spanish fleet at Vigo, Spain, b. Edinburgh, North Britain, and d. Dover, England, son of Captain John Waddell, “of Stebenheath in ye County of Middlesex, Esq., now Captn. of ye Rainbowe, a principall Ship of his ma’ties Navie Royall,” who had arms granted to “him and his posteritie, with their due differences, forever,” May 3, 1627 (copy of original grant on file Herald’s College, London), for great naval victories in the Persian Gulf and Straits of Ormus, temp. 1622. It is notable that this same vessel was one of the fleet (and third in point of size) which repelled the Spanish Armada, temp. 1588, and that in the engagement, in which Captain Waddell commanded against Kishm and Ormus, the great navigator Baffin was one of the Englishmen to lose their lives.

4 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1718-1754) [787]. Born c. 1718. Christened 9 Nov 1718. Died 22 Dec 1754, St James, Bristol.

In PR as Mr buried in pavement of St James, Bristol

Lloyd, the second son of George I and Jane was born in Bristol and also baptised in St. Nicholas' Church on 9 November 1718.
On 9 December 1734, just after his sixteenth birthday, he was apprenticed for seven years, as a distiller, to Thomas Bagnold and his wife Ann.
He became a Freeman of the City of Bristol on 14 November 1739 as the 'son of George Daubeny, grocer'.
Lloyd took his younger brother, James, as an apprentice on 13 January 1742.
George I found employment for Lloyd in the Temple Street distillery.
On completion of his apprenticeship, Lloyd settled down and married Dulcibella Saxbury, a cousin, on 4 February 1742 at the Church of St. James, Bristol.
They had eight children:
As can be seen, most of Lloyd and Dulcibella's children died very young.

8 George DAUBENY (c. 1687-1741) [789]. Born c. 1687, Buckshaw Hill, Holwell, Somerset. Christened 5 Jul 1687, Bishop's Caundle. Marr Jane LLOYD 3 Apr 1712. Buried 28 Feb 1740, St. James' Church, Bristol. Died Feb 1741.

In 1701 George Daubeny moved from Dorset to the thriving port and City of Bristol.
At the age of sixteen he was apprenticed as a grocer to Dawbeny Buckler for seven years. There was no premium, a usual feature of such an agreement, presumably because of the family nature of the apprenticeship.
In 1710, aged twenty-three, he completed his apprenticeship and became a Freeman of Bristol. It is likely that he went into partnership with his master, Dawbeny Buckler, as George was Buckler's last apprentice and possible successor.
He founded a business of sugar refining and distilling which was headed by successive generations of Daubenys.
After Buckler's death, in 1719, George ran the store with hired labour under his own supervision. At the same time he entered the sugar world as a clerk at the Temple Street sugarhouse of David Macie & Co. George showed himself to be a good judge of the economic climate of Bristol. He made shrewd observations about industrial developments and the growth of the sugar industry and its associated subsidiary
— the distillation of rum, brandies, strong waters and vinegar — all connected with the sugar interests in the West Indies.
Within five years of his employment in the Temple Street refinery, George was a partner in the sugarhouse as well as the attached distillery. Before his fiftieth birthday he was also the owner of the sugar bakery at Halliers Lane.
George had become a prosperous and wealthy man. Perhaps the secret of his success was his ability to keep the business ?within the family'. As has been noted, his second apprentice was Charles Abington who married his sister Jane. After completing his apprenticeship, Abington and George jointly undertook the training of Robert Bridle as a grocer. Bridle was the son of a Dorset gentleman from Leigh.
On the completion of Bridle's training and when he became a Freeman, he entered the Halliers Lane firm as a clerk and George made him a trustee with his son George Daubeny II.
In 1748 the firm was trading as ?Daubeny and Bridle'. The family association was clearly strong since one of the great grandsons of George I had Bridle included in his name — Dr. Charles Giles Bridle Daubeny FRS [p124].



George III was a notorious politician and a founding partner of The Bristol Bank.
George Walters Daubeny was the last of the Bristol Daubenys.

The Daubeny family was of direct Norman descent in the male line, and the head of the South Petherton branch was successively Baron Daubeny by tenure, by writ of summons to parliament (c. 1295-1486) and by letters patent (1486-1548). The last of this line was Henry Lord Daubeny, later Earl of Bridgewater, who died without issue in 1548; his Uncle and heir, James Daubeny of Wayford, never laid claim to the barony.. Later Daubenys had distinguished careers in the Church and the army. Col. Henry Daubeny, 1779-1853, the father of H.C.B.D., who was also a keen genealogist, collected information concerning the Daubeny family and the related family of Hungerford, and compiled a manuscript pedigree (ACC/1096/041). His son continued his work on the pedigree with additions and corrections, and it was printed in 1884, but only as far as 1841. H.C.B.D. also arranged for the restoration of family tombs at South Petherton, Somerset, and Westminster Abbey. He collected material relating to families connected with the Daubenys by marriage (Hichens, Barnston, and Carpenter) and by name (the D'albinis, Delbenne and Theodore Agrippa D'Aubigne, grandfather of Madame de Maintenon). A recognised authority on the history of the family, he was consulted for advice and information by other Daubenys. Many members of the family took an active interest in the subject, not only in his lifetime, but also after his death, as can be seen in the correspondence concerning Philip D'Aubigni the Crusader (ACC/1086/130-137) and the shields of the barons of Magna Carta (ACC/1096/130-137). After his death the manuscript pedigree (ACC/1096/41) received further limited additions.

9 Jane LLOYD (c. 1689-1761) [790]. Born c. 1689. Christened 1689, St James, Bristol. Died 15 Sep 1761, St James, Bristol.

5 Dulcibella SAXBURY (c. 1722-1787) [788]. Born c. 1722. Christened 1772. Died 1787.

3 Hannah LEE (c. 1767- ) [690]. Born c. 1767. Christened 15 Mar 1767, Henbury.

6 William LEE ( -1809) [783]. Died 6 Aug 1809, Henbury.

7 Esther VEYSEY ( -1804) [784]. Died 25 May 1804, Henbury.

Sources

1"Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840".

William DAUBENY (1424-c. 1461)

1 William DAUBENY (1424-c. 1461) [811]. Born 11 Jun 1424, South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Alice STOURTON c. 1448, Somersetshire, England. Died c. 2 Jan 1461, Possibly Battle of Wakefield.

2 Giles DAUBENEY (c. 1395-c. 1445) [1228]. Born c. 25 Oct 1395, Kempston, Bedfordshire, England. Marr Joan DARCY 1423, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Alice Somersetshire, England. Died c. 11 Jan 1445, Barrington, Somersetshire, England. Buried Our Lady Chapel, South Petherton, Somersetshire, England.

Whilst it is possible that his elder brother John did not take the title of Baron because he never reached the age of maturity, it is not clear why Giles did not either. However, as his grandson Giles obtained a new creation as a peer, and noting that none of the 3rd to 5th lords were actually called to parliament, it is possible that there was doubt on the inheritance of the Barony from the time of the 2nd Lord.

4 Giles DAUBENEY (c. 1370-1403) [1291]. Born c. 1 Nov 1370, South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Margaret BEAUCHAMP c. 1391, Arundel, Sussex, England. Died 22 Aug 1403.

Sheriff of Bedforshire.

8 Giles DAUBENEY (c. 1337-1386) [1307]. Born c. 1337, Shepton, Somersetshire, England. Marr Alianore De WILLINGTON 5 Jan 1358, Devonshire, England. Died 24 Jun 1386, Barrington, Somersetshire, England.

9 Alianore De WILLINGTON ( - ) [1306].

5 Margaret BEAUCHAMP (c. 1374-1420) [1292]. Born c. 1374. Died 30 Jun 1420.

10 John BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [1353].

3 Joan DARCY (c. 1380- ) [1229]. Born c. 1380, Knayth, Lincolnshire, England.

6 Phillip DARCY (c. 1352-c. 1399) [1354]. Born c. 21 May 1352. Marr Elizabeth GREY c. 1376, Chillingham, Northumberland, England. Died c. 24 Apr 1399.

7 Elizabeth GREY ( - ) [1355].

William DAUBENY (c. 1789- )

1 William Lee DAUBENY (c. 1789- ) [691]. Born c. 1789, Westbury on Trym, Gloucester.

2 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1748-1816) [689]. Born c. 1748. Bap 27 Dec 1748, St James, Bristol. Marr Mary COVENTRY 24 Jan 1770, Trinity Church, NYC. Marr Hannah LEE 1789, Henbury.1 Died 6 May 1816.

Lloyd Daubeny (Jnr) was baptised on 27 Dec 1748 St James, Bristol Parents Lloyd Daubeny & Dulcibella Saxbury werew cousins.
At age 15, he was apprenticed to Uncle Andrew Daubeny as a Skinner which is a dealer in hides.
Lloyd Daubeny emigrated in 1768 (aged 20) - and took £2,500 (value around £160,000 at 2010 prices) to New York.
Lloyd Daubeny - Mar. Lic 23 Dec 1769, Marries Mary Calder nee Coventry on 24 Jan 1770 at Trinity Church, New York City - this church burnt down in a fire of 1776. Mary Daubeny died in 1814.

Grandparents George Daubeny (married Jane Lloyd) - he was a grocer.
Maternal grandparents Dulcibella Lloyd (Jane’s sister) and a Mr Saxbury. Their father John Lloyd owned the St James’ Back properties.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1772, in New York City was selling cloths, persian carpets etc.; European goods and intends to go to England in the summer (1772) - was it just to trade?
Lloyd Daubeny & Mary in 1776, in Brunswick - 1 child baptised here. He had had to leave all his property in NYC due to troubles. He then had to leave Brunswick, Jersey due to evacuation.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1777, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was selling groceries such as madeira, oils, sugar, candles, lemons, limes & hardware from a shop in Front Street Philadelphia (5 doors from coffee house).
June 18 1778 - British evacuate Philadelphia - maybe why he went back to NYC.
Lloyd Daubeny on 4 Feb 1781 in NYC, at a Brick House at 30 Broad Street & corner of Princess St NYC, registered as being sold prior to leaving US.
Lloyd Daubeny on 23 Jan 1782 NYC - holds a closing down sale, with remainder of groceries.
Lloyd Daubeny on 22 April 1782 in NYC, asks for those with accounts with him to have them settled at 30 Broad Street NYC as he is going on next convoy.
Lloyd Daubeny on 28 Oct 1782 in Bristol, met Sir Jarret Smyth ‘going into town & asked him about settlement of ‘their parents real & personal estate, particularly the Freehold estate on St James’ Back consisting of houses (in a hand written letter).
Lloyd Daubeny between 1785 & 1787, is living at Lower Green, St Augustine (shown in Bristol Rate Books).
Dulcibella (his mother) dies in 1787 and in her will, gave him £500 p.a.
Lloyd Daubeny in 1789, Married Hannah Lee at Henbury (Gent of St Augustine in church register) - says he is a widow, which of course, he is not!
Lloyd Daubeny 1797 - lived at 17 Cathay, St Augustine, Bristol (ref: Matthew’s New Bristol Directory).
Lloyd Daubeny 1791-1801 - Father’s children, Wm, Sarah, Mary, Hannah & James detailed in Westbury-on-Trym baptisms.
Lloyd Daubeny 1809 'London Gazette' Debtor - at this time only people in trade could be taken to court, so Lloyd must have been trading in some form or manner before this time.

and owner of large landed estates in St. Lawrence and Otsego Counties, Schuyler’s and other patents, New York, and m. January 24, 1770, Mary Coventry, b. New York City, July 15, 1743, and d. New York City, October 6, 1813 (widow of James Calder, of New York City), daughter of Hon. William Coventry (and Elizabeth Hart, b. January 29, 1722 (O.S.), m. at St. Kitts, West Indies, August 28, 1739, d. New York City, August 22, 1803), b. in England, APril 10, 1715 (O.S.), and removed to the island of St. Christopher, West Indies, and thence to New York City, before 1756, where, as a resident and property-holder in Dock Street, he was for many years one of the magistrates of the city, and d. St. Kitts, West Indies, April 25, 1774; son of Thomas Coventry, third son (brother of Walter Coventry, eldest son, who d. 1717, and William Coventry, Esquire, second son, who, in 1719, as eldest male descendant of Walter, brother of Thomas Coventry, first Baron and lord keeper of the Great Seal, and in accordance with the limitations of the patent, upon failure of issue of Gilbert, fourth Earl of Coventry, the last direct male descendant of Thomas Coventry, the lord keeper aforesaid, succeeded as fifth Earl of Coventry and Viscount Deerhurst, and was in turn succeeded, March 18, 1750, by his eldest son, George William, sixth Earl of Coventry and VIscount Deerhurst, who m. the very celebrated beauty Maria Gunning, daughter of John Gunning, Esq., of Roscommon) of Walter Coventry, brother of Thomas, first Baron Coventry, of Aylesborough, attorney-general to the crown and lord keeper of the Great Seal in 1625, sons of Thomas Conventry, chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas, 1606, a lineal male descendant of John Coventry, who filled the offices of sheriff and lord mayor of the city of London in 1416 and 1425.

Lloyd Daubeney and Mary Coventry, aforesaid, had:

24. Eliza Martin Daubney, third child, but eventual heiress (others d. s. p.), b. October 25, 1779, New York City, bapt. November 10, 1779, by Rev. Mr. Inglis, rector Holy Trinity Church, New York, d. New York City and buried Waddell vault; m. November 8, 1800 (by Rev. Dr. Benjamin Moore), Captain Henry Waddell, of New York City, b. New York City, March 31, 1767, will dated May 9, 1815, d. New York City, July 13, 1819, buried Waddell vault, eldest and only surviving son of Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, of New York City, and his wife, Geesie Filkin, m. at her father’s residence, Pearl Street, New York, April 5, 1761.

Lieutenant-Colonel William Waddell, aforesaid, was b. New York City, July 26, 1737 (O.S.), and was one of the alderman and magistrates of the same prior to the Revolution, during which he served as lieutenant-colonel of a loyalist regiment in New York City, commission dated October 23, 1776, and thereafter removing to London, d. there July 27, 1813, and there buried. He was eldest son of Captain John Waddell, b. Dover, Kent, England, October 3, 1714, and removed to New York City about 1735, d. there May 29, 1762, in his home on Dock Street (purchased from William Coventry, aforesaid), and buried Waddell vault, Holy Trinity Church, New York City, will dated October 9, 1760 (and his wife Anne, daughter of William Kirten, of New York City), eldest son of Lieutenant William Waddell, of the British navy, who lost his right arm in the service in burning the Spanish fleet at Vigo, Spain, b. Edinburgh, North Britain, and d. Dover, England, son of Captain John Waddell, “of Stebenheath in ye County of Middlesex, Esq., now Captn. of ye Rainbowe, a principall Ship of his ma’ties Navie Royall,” who had arms granted to “him and his posteritie, with their due differences, forever,” May 3, 1627 (copy of original grant on file Herald’s College, London), for great naval victories in the Persian Gulf and Straits of Ormus, temp. 1622. It is notable that this same vessel was one of the fleet (and third in point of size) which repelled the Spanish Armada, temp. 1588, and that in the engagement, in which Captain Waddell commanded against Kishm and Ormus, the great navigator Baffin was one of the Englishmen to lose their lives.

4 Lloyd DAUBENY (c. 1718-1754) [787]. Born c. 1718. Christened 9 Nov 1718. Died 22 Dec 1754, St James, Bristol.

In PR as Mr buried in pavement of St James, Bristol

Lloyd, the second son of George I and Jane was born in Bristol and also baptised in St. Nicholas' Church on 9 November 1718.
On 9 December 1734, just after his sixteenth birthday, he was apprenticed for seven years, as a distiller, to Thomas Bagnold and his wife Ann.
He became a Freeman of the City of Bristol on 14 November 1739 as the 'son of George Daubeny, grocer'.
Lloyd took his younger brother, James, as an apprentice on 13 January 1742.
George I found employment for Lloyd in the Temple Street distillery.
On completion of his apprenticeship, Lloyd settled down and married Dulcibella Saxbury, a cousin, on 4 February 1742 at the Church of St. James, Bristol.
They had eight children:
As can be seen, most of Lloyd and Dulcibella's children died very young.

8 George DAUBENY (c. 1687-1741) [789]. Born c. 1687, Buckshaw Hill, Holwell, Somerset. Christened 5 Jul 1687, Bishop's Caundle. Marr Jane LLOYD 3 Apr 1712. Buried 28 Feb 1740, St. James' Church, Bristol. Died Feb 1741.

In 1701 George Daubeny moved from Dorset to the thriving port and City of Bristol.
At the age of sixteen he was apprenticed as a grocer to Dawbeny Buckler for seven years. There was no premium, a usual feature of such an agreement, presumably because of the family nature of the apprenticeship.
In 1710, aged twenty-three, he completed his apprenticeship and became a Freeman of Bristol. It is likely that he went into partnership with his master, Dawbeny Buckler, as George was Buckler's last apprentice and possible successor.
He founded a business of sugar refining and distilling which was headed by successive generations of Daubenys.
After Buckler's death, in 1719, George ran the store with hired labour under his own supervision. At the same time he entered the sugar world as a clerk at the Temple Street sugarhouse of David Macie & Co. George showed himself to be a good judge of the economic climate of Bristol. He made shrewd observations about industrial developments and the growth of the sugar industry and its associated subsidiary
— the distillation of rum, brandies, strong waters and vinegar — all connected with the sugar interests in the West Indies.
Within five years of his employment in the Temple Street refinery, George was a partner in the sugarhouse as well as the attached distillery. Before his fiftieth birthday he was also the owner of the sugar bakery at Halliers Lane.
George had become a prosperous and wealthy man. Perhaps the secret of his success was his ability to keep the business ?within the family'. As has been noted, his second apprentice was Charles Abington who married his sister Jane. After completing his apprenticeship, Abington and George jointly undertook the training of Robert Bridle as a grocer. Bridle was the son of a Dorset gentleman from Leigh.
On the completion of Bridle's training and when he became a Freeman, he entered the Halliers Lane firm as a clerk and George made him a trustee with his son George Daubeny II.
In 1748 the firm was trading as ?Daubeny and Bridle'. The family association was clearly strong since one of the great grandsons of George I had Bridle included in his name — Dr. Charles Giles Bridle Daubeny FRS [p124].



George III was a notorious politician and a founding partner of The Bristol Bank.
George Walters Daubeny was the last of the Bristol Daubenys.

The Daubeny family was of direct Norman descent in the male line, and the head of the South Petherton branch was successively Baron Daubeny by tenure, by writ of summons to parliament (c. 1295-1486) and by letters patent (1486-1548). The last of this line was Henry Lord Daubeny, later Earl of Bridgewater, who died without issue in 1548; his Uncle and heir, James Daubeny of Wayford, never laid claim to the barony.. Later Daubenys had distinguished careers in the Church and the army. Col. Henry Daubeny, 1779-1853, the father of H.C.B.D., who was also a keen genealogist, collected information concerning the Daubeny family and the related family of Hungerford, and compiled a manuscript pedigree (ACC/1096/041). His son continued his work on the pedigree with additions and corrections, and it was printed in 1884, but only as far as 1841. H.C.B.D. also arranged for the restoration of family tombs at South Petherton, Somerset, and Westminster Abbey. He collected material relating to families connected with the Daubenys by marriage (Hichens, Barnston, and Carpenter) and by name (the D'albinis, Delbenne and Theodore Agrippa D'Aubigne, grandfather of Madame de Maintenon). A recognised authority on the history of the family, he was consulted for advice and information by other Daubenys. Many members of the family took an active interest in the subject, not only in his lifetime, but also after his death, as can be seen in the correspondence concerning Philip D'Aubigni the Crusader (ACC/1086/130-137) and the shields of the barons of Magna Carta (ACC/1096/130-137). After his death the manuscript pedigree (ACC/1096/41) received further limited additions.

9 Jane LLOYD (c. 1689-1761) [790]. Born c. 1689. Christened 1689, St James, Bristol. Died 15 Sep 1761, St James, Bristol.

5 Dulcibella SAXBURY (c. 1722-1787) [788]. Born c. 1722. Christened 1772. Died 1787.

3 Hannah LEE (c. 1767- ) [690]. Born c. 1767. Christened 15 Mar 1767, Henbury.

6 William LEE ( -1809) [783]. Died 6 Aug 1809, Henbury.

7 Esther VEYSEY ( -1804) [784]. Died 25 May 1804, Henbury.

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1"Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840".

Ann DAVIDSON (1962- )

1 Ann DAVIDSON (1962- ) [367]. Born 2 Sep 1962. Died.

Herbert DAVIS ( -1979)

1 Herbert DAVIS ( -1979) [347]. Born. Marr Elizabeth Newton STANKLEY. Died 8 Jan 1979.

Stephen DAVIES ( - )

1 Stephen DAVIES ( - ) [726]. Marr Ellen Gwendoline TRUMPER 1921.

Marriage registration district: Kington; County: Herefordshire
Volume no: 6A; Page no: 1163.

Angela DENHAM (1954- )

1 Angela DENHAM (1954- ) [1201]. Born 30 Oct 1954. Marr Andrew MACLELLAN 23 Jul 1977.

Samantha DENNIS ( - )

1 Samantha DENNIS ( - ) [453]. Born. Marr Ian David WITHY. Died.

Anne DESPENCER ( - )

1 Anne LE DESPENCER ( - ) [1003].

2 Hugh LE DESPENCER ( - ) [1004].

3 Aliva BASSETT ( - ) [1005].

Hugh DESPENCER ( - )

1 Hugh LE DESPENCER ( - ) [1004].

Isabel DESPENCER (1292-1334)

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Father: Hugh le DESPENSER, Coat of arms of elder dispenser

1 Isabel DESPENCER (1292-1334) [1026]. Born 1292, Barton, Gloucs. Marr John DE HASTINGS 1308, Abergavenny. Died 4 Dec 1334, Abergavenny.

2 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

4 Sir Hugh le DESPENCER (1223-1265) [576]. Born 1223. Died 4 Aug 1265.

5 Aliva BASSET ( - ) [577].

10 Philip BASSET (1185-1271) [578]. Born 1185. Died 19 Oct 1271.

11 Hawise DE LOUVAINE ( - ) [990].

3 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

6 William de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [582].

7 Maud FITZJOHN ( -c. 1301) [583]. Died c. 16 Apr 1301.

14 John FITZGEOFFREY (c. 1205-1258) [584]. Born c. 1205, Shere, Surrey, England. Died 23 Nov 1258.

Margaret DESPENCER ( - )

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Father: Hugh le DESPENSER, Coat of arms of elder dispenser

1 Margaret LE DESPENCER ( - ) [1028].

2 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

4 Sir Hugh le DESPENCER (1223-1265) [576]. Born 1223. Died 4 Aug 1265.

5 Aliva BASSET ( - ) [577].

10 Philip BASSET (1185-1271) [578]. Born 1185. Died 19 Oct 1271.

11 Hawise DE LOUVAINE ( - ) [990].

3 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

6 William de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [582].

7 Maud FITZJOHN ( -c. 1301) [583]. Died c. 16 Apr 1301.

14 John FITZGEOFFREY (c. 1205-1258) [584]. Born c. 1205, Shere, Surrey, England. Died 23 Nov 1258.

Philip DESPENCER ( - )

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Father: Hugh le DESPENSER, Coat of arms of elder dispenser

1 Philip LE DESPENCER ( - ) [1027].

2 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

4 Sir Hugh le DESPENCER (1223-1265) [576]. Born 1223. Died 4 Aug 1265.

5 Aliva BASSET ( - ) [577].

10 Philip BASSET (1185-1271) [578]. Born 1185. Died 19 Oct 1271.

11 Hawise DE LOUVAINE ( - ) [990].

3 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

6 William de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [582].

7 Maud FITZJOHN ( -c. 1301) [583]. Died c. 16 Apr 1301.

14 John FITZGEOFFREY (c. 1205-1258) [584]. Born c. 1205, Shere, Surrey, England. Died 23 Nov 1258.

Sir DESPENCER (1223-1265)

1 Sir Hugh le DESPENCER (1223-1265) [576]. Born 1223. Died 4 Aug 1265.

Hugh DESPENSER (1260-1326)

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Hugh le DESPENSER, Coat of arms of elder dispenser

1 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

2 Sir Hugh le DESPENCER (1223-1265) [576]. Born 1223. Died 4 Aug 1265.

3 Aliva BASSET ( - ) [577].

6 Philip BASSET (1185-1271) [578]. Born 1185. Died 19 Oct 1271.

12 Alan BASSETT (1162-1233) [579]. Born 1162. Marr Aliva DE GAI 1183. Died 1233.

13 Aliva DE GAI (1166- ) [580]. Born 1166.

7 Hawise DE LOUVAINE ( - ) [990].

14 Matthew DE LOUVAINE ( - ) [996].

15 Muriel ( - ) [997].

Henrietta DILLON (1807- )

1 Henrietta Maria DILLON (1807- ) [963]. Born 21 Dec 1807, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Marr Edward John STANLEY 6 Oct 1826.

Catherine DINHAM (1453- )

1 Catherine DINHAM (1453- ) [919]. Born 1453, Nutwell, Devon.

Jane DODGSON ( - )

1 Jane DODGSON ( - ) [672].

Abraham DONALDSON ( - )

1 Abraham (Abe) DONALDSON ( - ) [335]. Born. Died.

Elizabeth DOWSON ( - )

1 Elizabeth Jane DOWSON ( - ) [147]. Born. Died.

Eileen DURLACHER ( - )

1 Eileen DURLACHER ( - ) [462]. Born. Marr Ernest WITHY 21 May 1912. Died.

Charles ENGLAND (1723- )

1 Charles ENGLAND (1723- ) [1044]. Born 27 May 1723. Marr Sarah GULSON 9 Mar 1745, Coventry, Warwickshire.

2 John ENGLAND ( - ) [1974].

3 Sarah LLOYD ( - ) [1975].

Elizabeth EMERSON ( - )

1 Elizabeth Ann EMERSON1 ( - ) [401]. Born. Died.

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1Jennifer Stankley

Henry ENGLAND ( - )

1 Henry II of ENGLAND ( - ) [531].

Margaret EVERINGHAM (1334- )

1 Margaret DE EVERINGHAM (1334- ) [1033]. Born 1334, Laxton, Notts. Marr Hugh DE HASTINGS 1352, Elsing, Norfolk.

Agnes EXTE ( - )

1 Agnes EXTE ( - ) [889].

2 Thomas EXTE ( - ) [890].

3 [unnamed person] ( - ) [891].

Thomas EXTE ( - )

1 Thomas EXTE ( - ) [890].

Jennifer FAULCONBRIDGE ( - )

1 Jennifer FAULCONBRIDGE ( - ) [251].

2 Robert FAULCONBRIDGE ( - ) [248]. Born. Died.

3 Karen WILSON (1947- ) [212]. Born 1947. Died.

6 Paul WILSON (1917- ) [75]. Born 1917. Died.

12 John Wilfred (Uncle Jack) WILSON (1885-1954) [62]. Born 1885, Warwickshire. Died 1954.

13 Beatrice May (Trixie) ANDREWS (1888-1967) [73]. Born 1888. Died 1967.

7 Lesley SWINBURNE (1919- ) [210]. Born 1919. Died.

Lorna FAULCONBRIDGE ( - )

1 Lorna FAULCONBRIDGE ( - ) [250].

2 Robert FAULCONBRIDGE ( - ) [248]. Born. Died.

3 Karen WILSON (1947- ) [212]. Born 1947. Died.

6 Paul WILSON (1917- ) [75]. Born 1917. Died.

12 John Wilfred (Uncle Jack) WILSON (1885-1954) [62]. Born 1885, Warwickshire. Died 1954.

13 Beatrice May (Trixie) ANDREWS (1888-1967) [73]. Born 1888. Died 1967.

7 Lesley SWINBURNE (1919- ) [210]. Born 1919. Died.

Robert FAULCONBRIDGE ( - )

1 Robert FAULCONBRIDGE ( - ) [248]. Born. Died.

Amy FELTON (1989- )

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Amy Victoria FELTON, amy1

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Father: Andrew FELTON, 2006, age 48, andy_2006_1

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Mother: Pamela Kay WITHY, 2009, age 55, kay1

1 Amy Victoria FELTON1 (1989- ) [28]. Born 26 Apr 1989, Arrow Park, Wirral. Died.

2 Andrew FELTON2 (1958- ) [26]. Born 24 Nov 1958. Marr Pamela Kay WITHY 26 Jul 1982. Died.

4 Arthur FELTON ( - ) [104]. Born. Died.

5 May CURREN ( - ) [105]. Born.

3 Pamela Kay WITHY2 (1954- ) [25]. Born 16 May 1954. Died.

6 George WITHY3 (1924-1998) [8]. Born 15 May 1924. Marr Dorothy Elizabeth GRAY 15 Apr 1950, St Lawrence Church, Northfield, Birmingham. Died 17 Nov 1998, 3 Woodside Road, Irby, Wirral.

George Withy attended Bikenhead Park High School and served with the Royal Artillery during World War II. He began his career in journalism in the 1940's as a trainee with the old Birkenhead News and then spent several years working for newspapers in the Midlands, before returning to Merseyside in 1960 to the Daily Post as a sub-editor. Later, he became chief sub-editor. George then joined the Liverpool Echo, where he was night news editor for many years before becoming assistant editor and retring in 1989.
George Withy was synonymous on merseyside with the Institute of Journalists (IOJ), (now the Chartered IOJ) and was for many years the Liverpool District Chairman as well as the Chairman of the national Salaries and Conditions Board. He was a form
er President of the Institute, and also served for a number of years on the Press Council. He was awarded a life Fellowship of the CIOJ on 1 March 1998 He suffered from Altzheimer's Disease during the latter years of his life, but remained at home in Irby throughout his illness, cared for by his wife, Betty, and their two daughters Carol and Kay. He died peacefully at home, with his family at his side. The funeral took place at St Bartholomew's Church, Thurstaston. (See Obituary Notices & Journalism Training Centre Dedication).

12 George WITHY (1886-1967) [500]. Born 10 Jan 1886, Durham, West Hartlepool. Marr Sarah Alice STANKLEY frm 1 Apr 1918 to 30 Jun 1918. Marr Elizabeth Alma STANKLEY frm 1 Oct 1922 to 31 Dec 1922, Hartlepool, Durham. Marr Margaret Ellen GIBSON 26 Sep 1936, Stockport, Cheshire. Marr Margaret Ellen GIBSON. Died 1967, Heswall nursing home.

Born in 1886, in West Hartlepool. Apprenticed as a Ships' draughtsman, he first moved to Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness).

In 1901 census, was living at 151, Stockton Road, West Hartlepool, with his parents (Reference: RG13 piece 4642 folio 209 page 49
In 1911 census, was living as a "lodger" at 34 West View Road Barrow in Furness (Reference: RG14PN25677 RG78PN1473 RD482 SD1 ED27 SN187)

He moved to Birkenhead in 1915 (living at 11, Ashburton Road) to take charge of the building of the first submarine contract obtained for the Shipyard. For 35 years, he was the senior Naval architect on Admiralty construction at Cammell Laird & Co. (Shipbuilders and Engineers) Ltd., Birkenhead. He supervised all their Naval construction, including the battleships Rodney and Prince of Wales. The first Ark Royal, and many smaller vessels.

He was married 3 times. First to Sarah Alice Stankley (1916). She died in the 1918 flue epidemic. He then married her sister, Elizabeth Alma Stankley. Following her death in 1934 from 'a stomach problem', he married Margaret Ellen Gibson on 26/09/1936. (details from Jennifer Stankley).

13 Elizabeth Alma STANKLEY4 (1890-1934) [162]. Born 6 Feb 1890, West Hartlepool, Durham. Died 28 Jan 1934, Birkenhead General Hospital.

Second wife of George Withy (B 10.01.1886) (see Marriage Certificate). The sister of Sarah Alice Stankley, his first wife. Elizabeth Alma died in 1934 (See death certificate).

7 Dorothy Elizabeth GRAY2 (1925-2014) [9]. Born 14 Sep 1925, Northfield, Birmingham(at home). Died 21 Feb 2014, Elderhome, Clatterbridge.

14 Bertram Allen GRAY (c. 1892-1981) [34]. Born c. 1892, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died 1981.

Bertram's first wife was Milly, mother of Edward (Ted) Gray, who was adopted by Avon James Gray and Mabel Wilson
Kings Norton

In 1911 census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath, Worcestershire - Apprentice.

15 Dorothy (Dolly) WILSON5 (1902-1981) [35]. Born 19 Apr 1902, Kingsheath Birmingham. Died 12 Aug 1981, Birmingham.

Second wife of Bertram Allen Gray (first wife was Milly).

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2In person
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5Daughter - D B Gray

Andrew FELTON (1958- )

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Andrew FELTON, 2006, age 48, andy_2006_1

1 Andrew FELTON1 (1958- ) [26]. Born 24 Nov 1958. Marr Pamela Kay WITHY 26 Jul 1982. Died.

2 Arthur FELTON ( - ) [104]. Born. Died.

3 May CURREN ( - ) [105]. Born.

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Arthur FELTON ( - )

1 Arthur FELTON ( - ) [104]. Born. Died.

John FELTON (1987- )

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John Alexander FELTON, john1

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Father: Andrew FELTON, 2006, age 48, andy_2006_1

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Mother: Pamela Kay WITHY, 2009, age 55, kay1

1 John Alexander FELTON1 (1987- ) [27]. Born 26 Jun 1987, Arrow Park, Wirral. Died.

2 Andrew FELTON2 (1958- ) [26]. Born 24 Nov 1958. Marr Pamela Kay WITHY 26 Jul 1982. Died.

4 Arthur FELTON ( - ) [104]. Born. Died.

5 May CURREN ( - ) [105]. Born.

3 Pamela Kay WITHY2 (1954- ) [25]. Born 16 May 1954. Died.

6 George WITHY3 (1924-1998) [8]. Born 15 May 1924. Marr Dorothy Elizabeth GRAY 15 Apr 1950, St Lawrence Church, Northfield, Birmingham. Died 17 Nov 1998, 3 Woodside Road, Irby, Wirral.

George Withy attended Bikenhead Park High School and served with the Royal Artillery during World War II. He began his career in journalism in the 1940's as a trainee with the old Birkenhead News and then spent several years working for newspapers in the Midlands, before returning to Merseyside in 1960 to the Daily Post as a sub-editor. Later, he became chief sub-editor. George then joined the Liverpool Echo, where he was night news editor for many years before becoming assistant editor and retring in 1989.
George Withy was synonymous on merseyside with the Institute of Journalists (IOJ), (now the Chartered IOJ) and was for many years the Liverpool District Chairman as well as the Chairman of the national Salaries and Conditions Board. He was a form
er President of the Institute, and also served for a number of years on the Press Council. He was awarded a life Fellowship of the CIOJ on 1 March 1998 He suffered from Altzheimer's Disease during the latter years of his life, but remained at home in Irby throughout his illness, cared for by his wife, Betty, and their two daughters Carol and Kay. He died peacefully at home, with his family at his side. The funeral took place at St Bartholomew's Church, Thurstaston. (See Obituary Notices & Journalism Training Centre Dedication).

12 George WITHY (1886-1967) [500]. Born 10 Jan 1886, Durham, West Hartlepool. Marr Sarah Alice STANKLEY frm 1 Apr 1918 to 30 Jun 1918. Marr Elizabeth Alma STANKLEY frm 1 Oct 1922 to 31 Dec 1922, Hartlepool, Durham. Marr Margaret Ellen GIBSON 26 Sep 1936, Stockport, Cheshire. Marr Margaret Ellen GIBSON. Died 1967, Heswall nursing home.

Born in 1886, in West Hartlepool. Apprenticed as a Ships' draughtsman, he first moved to Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness).

In 1901 census, was living at 151, Stockton Road, West Hartlepool, with his parents (Reference: RG13 piece 4642 folio 209 page 49
In 1911 census, was living as a "lodger" at 34 West View Road Barrow in Furness (Reference: RG14PN25677 RG78PN1473 RD482 SD1 ED27 SN187)

He moved to Birkenhead in 1915 (living at 11, Ashburton Road) to take charge of the building of the first submarine contract obtained for the Shipyard. For 35 years, he was the senior Naval architect on Admiralty construction at Cammell Laird & Co. (Shipbuilders and Engineers) Ltd., Birkenhead. He supervised all their Naval construction, including the battleships Rodney and Prince of Wales. The first Ark Royal, and many smaller vessels.

He was married 3 times. First to Sarah Alice Stankley (1916). She died in the 1918 flue epidemic. He then married her sister, Elizabeth Alma Stankley. Following her death in 1934 from 'a stomach problem', he married Margaret Ellen Gibson on 26/09/1936. (details from Jennifer Stankley).

13 Elizabeth Alma STANKLEY4 (1890-1934) [162]. Born 6 Feb 1890, West Hartlepool, Durham. Died 28 Jan 1934, Birkenhead General Hospital.

Second wife of George Withy (B 10.01.1886) (see Marriage Certificate). The sister of Sarah Alice Stankley, his first wife. Elizabeth Alma died in 1934 (See death certificate).

7 Dorothy Elizabeth GRAY2 (1925-2014) [9]. Born 14 Sep 1925, Northfield, Birmingham(at home). Died 21 Feb 2014, Elderhome, Clatterbridge.

14 Bertram Allen GRAY (c. 1892-1981) [34]. Born c. 1892, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died 1981.

Bertram's first wife was Milly, mother of Edward (Ted) Gray, who was adopted by Avon James Gray and Mabel Wilson
Kings Norton

In 1911 census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath, Worcestershire - Apprentice.

15 Dorothy (Dolly) WILSON5 (1902-1981) [35]. Born 19 Apr 1902, Kingsheath Birmingham. Died 12 Aug 1981, Birmingham.

Second wife of Bertram Allen Gray (first wife was Milly).

Sources

1Kay Withy (mother)
2In person
3In person, Wife (D B Gray) & obituaries
4Jennifer Stankley
5Daughter - D B Gray

Saint FERDINAND (1199-1252)

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Saint FERDINAND III, Saint Ferdinand III

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Father: Alfonso IX of LEÓN, Alfonso IX of León

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Mother: Doña BERENGUELA, 1246, age 66, Doña_Berenguela_01

1 Saint FERDINAND III (1199-1252) [454]. Born 5 Aug 1199. Marr Joan of DAMMARTIN. Died 30 May 1252.

King of Castile from 1217 and King of Galicia and León from 1230.

2 Alfonso IX of LEÓN (1171-c. 1230) [597]. Born 15 Aug 1171. Died c. 23 Sep 1230.

Was king of León and Galicia from the death of his father Ferdinand II in 1188 until his own death. According to Ibn Khaldun, he is said to have been called the Baboso or Slobberer because he was subject to fits of rage during which he foamed at the mouth.

3 Doña BERENGUELA (1180-1246) [457]. Born 1180. Marr Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ 1197. Died 8 Nov 1246.

6 Alfonso VIII of CASTILE ( - ) [533].

7 Eleanor PLANTAGENET ( - ) [530].

14 Henry II of ENGLAND ( - ) [531].

15 Eleanor of AQUITAINE ( - ) [532].

Alfonso FERNANDEZ (1171-1230)

1 Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ (1171-1230) [456]. Born 15 Aug 1171. Marr Doña BERENGUELA 1197. Died 24 Sep 1230.

2 Fernando II Alfonsez KING OF LEON ( - ) [458]. Born. Marr Urraca Affonsez QUEEN OF LEON. Died.

3 Urraca Affonsez QUEEN OF LEON ( - ) [459]. Died.

Constance FERNANDEZ (c. 1205-1242)

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Mother: Doña BERENGUELA, 1246, age 66, Doña_Berenguela_01

1 Constance FERNANDEZ (c. 1205-1242) [539]. Born c. 1205. Died 7 Sep 1242, Las Huelgas, Burgos.

became a nun at Las Huelgas, Burgos, where she died.

2 Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ (1171-1230) [456]. Born 15 Aug 1171. Marr Doña BERENGUELA 1197. Died 24 Sep 1230.

4 Fernando II Alfonsez KING OF LEON ( - ) [458]. Born. Marr Urraca Affonsez QUEEN OF LEON. Died.

5 Urraca Affonsez QUEEN OF LEON ( - ) [459]. Died.

3 Doña BERENGUELA (1180-1246) [457]. Born 1180. Died 8 Nov 1246.

Note on Marriage to Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ: Annulled in 1204 by Pope Innocent III because they were second cousins.

6 Alfonso VIII of CASTILE ( - ) [533].

7 Eleanor PLANTAGENET ( - ) [530].

14 Henry II of ENGLAND ( - ) [531].

15 Eleanor of AQUITAINE ( - ) [532].

Anne FERRERS ( - )

1 Anne DE FERRERS ( - ) [1007].

2 William DE FERRERS (1240-1287) [1001]. Born 1240. Died 1287.

3 Anne LE DESPENCER ( - ) [1003].

6 Hugh LE DESPENCER ( - ) [1004].

7 Aliva BASSETT ( - ) [1005].

Joan FERRERS ( - )

1 Joan FERRERS ( - ) [867].

Margaret FERRERS ( - )

1 Margaret FERRERS ( - ) [614].

2 William FERRERS ( - ) [615].

William FERRERS ( - )

1 William FERRERS ( - ) [615].

William FERRERS (1270- )

1 William DE FERRERS (1270- ) [1006]. Born 30 Jan 1270.

2 William DE FERRERS (1240-1287) [1001]. Born 1240. Died 1287.

3 Anne LE DESPENCER ( - ) [1003].

6 Hugh LE DESPENCER ( - ) [1004].

7 Aliva BASSETT ( - ) [1005].

William FERRERS (1240-1287)

1 William DE FERRERS (1240-1287) [1001]. Born 1240. Died 1287.

Anne FISHBURN (1943- )

1 Anne FISHBURN (1943- ) [219]. Born 1943. Died.

Second wife (first was Nicole Grasser (B 1928).

Susan FITZALAN (WADDELL?) ( - )

1 Susan FITZALAN (WADDELL?) ( - ) [182]. Born. Died.

John FITZGEOFFREY (c. 1205-1258)

1 John FITZGEOFFREY (c. 1205-1258) [584]. Born c. 1205, Shere, Surrey, England. Died 23 Nov 1258.

2 Geoffrey Fitz PETER (1162-1213) [585]. Born 1162. Died 1213.

4 Piers de LUTEGARESHALE ( - ) [586].

3 Aveline de CLARE ( - ) [587].

6 Roger de CLARE ( - ) [588].

7 Maud de SAINT-HILAIRE ( - ) [589].

Maud FITZJOHN ( -c. 1301)

1 Maud FITZJOHN ( -c. 1301) [583]. Died c. 16 Apr 1301.

2 John FITZGEOFFREY (c. 1205-1258) [584]. Born c. 1205, Shere, Surrey, England. Died 23 Nov 1258.

4 Geoffrey Fitz PETER (1162-1213) [585]. Born 1162. Died 1213.

8 Piers de LUTEGARESHALE ( - ) [586].

5 Aveline de CLARE ( - ) [587].

10 Roger de CLARE ( - ) [588].

11 Maud de SAINT-HILAIRE ( - ) [589].

Elizabeth FLETCHER (1551- )

1 Elizabeth FLETCHER (1551- ) [905]. Born 1551.

2 Richard FLETCHER ( - ) [906].

3 [unnamed person] ( - ) [907].

Richard FLETCHER Of Bangor ( - )

1 Richard FLETCHER ( - ) [906].

Clara FLORENCE ( - )

1 Clara FLORENCE ( - ) [637].

Margery FOLIOT (1312- )

1 Margery FOLIOT (1312- ) [1032]. Born 1312, Gressenham, Norfolk. Marr Hugh DE HASTINGS 1328, Elsing, Norfolk.

Mary FORSTER ( -1775)

1 Mary FORSTER ( -1775) [379]. Born. Died 1775.

Beatrice FOSTER (1892-1970)

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Father: Thomas FOSTER, 1911, age 51, 1911Census-Thomas Foster RG14-21-9-52-21952_0033_03

1 Beatrice Ada FOSTER (1892-1970) [284]. Born 1892, Houghton Le Spring, Durham. Marr George E TAYLOR frm 1 Jan 1916 to 31 Mar 1916. Died 1970.

2 Thomas FOSTER1 (c. 1860-1924) [279]. Born c. 1860, Reepham Lincolnshire. Marr Ada BROWN 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1924.

In 1881 census, lived at 22, Winn Street, Lincoln St Swithin with Sarah Fothergill (widow) - as her Nephew.

In 1891 Census, lived at: 121 William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham (occupation shown as: Town Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector).

In 1901 Census, lived at: 2, Cable Road, Hoylake Cum West Kirby.

Lived at Drummond Road, Hoylake, Wirral.

4 John FOSTER (c. 1811-c. 1878) [543]. Born c. 1811, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Ann HINDLEY 3 Dec 1839, Stainton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Ann PEPPERDINE frm 1 Jul 1857 to 31 Oct 1857. Died c. Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England. Buried 3 Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England.

John was a Coal Agent, living in Reepham in 1861.

In 1871 Census, lived at "Private House, Barlings".

In 1881, Johns widow was a "Coal Merchant", living in Barlings with her younger children.

8 John FOSTER ( - ) [1553]. Marr Elizabeth THOMPSON 1800, Reepham, Lincolnshire.

9 Elizabeth THOMPSON ( - ) [1554].

5 Ann PEPPERDINE (c. 1834- ) [544]. Born c. 1834, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire.

Ann PEPPERDINE, married John Foster in jul - Sep 1857.

In 1841 Census, lived at: "The Hall, Fiskerton".

In 1891 Census, she is shown as being a widow, living at 20, Lincoln Road, Barlings, Longworth.

10 Thomas PEPPERDINE (1799-1859) [1695]. Born 1799, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Pheobe SKEPPER 7 May 1822, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Died May 1859, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

11 Pheobe SKEPPER (1799- ) [1696]. Born 1 Sep 1799, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

3 Ada BROWN2 (1867-1948) [280]. Born 1867, Parishes of St Nicholas, lincolnshire. Died 1948.


In 1871v Census, living at: Church Lane, St Nicholas, Lincoln, with BROWN, Mark - Head - M - 43 - 1828 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Jane Wife - F - 30 - 1841 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Emily J - Sister - F - 2 - 1869 - Lincolnshire.

In 1881 Census, living at: 30, Canwick Rd, Lincoln St Mary-Le-Wigford (Stepdaughter to GRAHAM, John William and Jane).

6 Mark BROWN (c. 1828- ) [506]. Born c. 1828, Lincolnshire. Marr Jane MARSHALL 1 May 1859, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

Labourer at Ironworks in 1871.

12 John BROWN (to1796- ) [1718]. Born to 1796, Lincolnshire, England.

13 Elizabeth ( - ) [1719].

7 Jane MARSHALL (c. 1840- ) [507]. Born c. 1840, Lincolnshire.

Sources

1Gordon ??
2FHF & EM Marriage Certificate

Brian FOSTER (1923-1942)

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Brian Mickle FOSTER, 1925, age 2, Brian 1925 (3)

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Father: Frances Harold FOSTER, F H Foster

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Mother: Ethel MICKLE, Ethel Mickel

1 Brian Mickle FOSTER1 (1923-1942) [281]. Born 1923. Died 7 May 1942, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

Accidentally killed on No.1 Pilot boat (fell between the boat and quay-side), aged 19 years during World War 2.

2 Frances Harold FOSTER2 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

4 Thomas FOSTER3 (c. 1860-1924) [279]. Born c. 1860, Reepham Lincolnshire. Marr Ada BROWN 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1924.

In 1881 census, lived at 22, Winn Street, Lincoln St Swithin with Sarah Fothergill (widow) - as her Nephew.

In 1891 Census, lived at: 121 William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham (occupation shown as: Town Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector).

In 1901 Census, lived at: 2, Cable Road, Hoylake Cum West Kirby.

Lived at Drummond Road, Hoylake, Wirral.

8 John FOSTER (c. 1811-c. 1878) [543]. Born c. 1811, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Ann HINDLEY 3 Dec 1839, Stainton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Ann PEPPERDINE frm 1 Jul 1857 to 31 Oct 1857. Died c. Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England. Buried 3 Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England.

John was a Coal Agent, living in Reepham in 1861.

In 1871 Census, lived at "Private House, Barlings".

In 1881, Johns widow was a "Coal Merchant", living in Barlings with her younger children.

9 Ann PEPPERDINE (c. 1834- ) [544]. Born c. 1834, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire.

Ann PEPPERDINE, married John Foster in jul - Sep 1857.

In 1841 Census, lived at: "The Hall, Fiskerton".

In 1891 Census, she is shown as being a widow, living at 20, Lincoln Road, Barlings, Longworth.

5 Ada BROWN4 (1867-1948) [280]. Born 1867, Parishes of St Nicholas, lincolnshire. Died 1948.


In 1871v Census, living at: Church Lane, St Nicholas, Lincoln, with BROWN, Mark - Head - M - 43 - 1828 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Jane Wife - F - 30 - 1841 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Emily J - Sister - F - 2 - 1869 - Lincolnshire.

In 1881 Census, living at: 30, Canwick Rd, Lincoln St Mary-Le-Wigford (Stepdaughter to GRAHAM, John William and Jane).

10 Mark BROWN (c. 1828- ) [506]. Born c. 1828, Lincolnshire. Marr Jane MARSHALL 1 May 1859, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

Labourer at Ironworks in 1871.

11 Jane MARSHALL (c. 1840- ) [507]. Born c. 1840, Lincolnshire.

3 Ethel MICKLE5 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

6 Charles MICKLE1 (1855-1927) [277]. Born 1855, Liverpool. Marr Caroline REED 13 Sep 1880, Saint Andrew's Church, Conway Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire. Died 14 Jul 1927, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1861 census, is shown as a Stepson, living with John and Mary GELLATLY, at: 131, Price Street, Birkenhead, with Mary Jane (Stepdaughter - born in 1842 in Liverpool, Lancashire) and Marg (Stepdaughter - born in 1844 in Liverpool, Lancashire - occupation is: Milliner)
In 1871 census, lived at 80 Price Street, Birkenhead, with James Lambert (Univ Glasgow U R C Land & Life London) - occupation, Scholar,
in 1881 census, lived at 44 Rodney Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk (both aged 26, no children listed)
In 1891 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk.
In 1901 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker.
In 1911 census, Lived at 5 Cable Road, Hoylake, Wirral (with a servant - Ida Dodd).

12 George MICKLE (1829-c. 1880) [548]. Born 1829, Reading. Marr Mary Jane HANNAH. Died c. 1880.

13 Mary Jane HANNAH (1843- ) [549]. Born 1843, Liverpool.

7 Caroline REED1 (1856-1929) [278]. Born 18 Sep 1856, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 18 Sep 1929, Buried in Grange Cemetery, Westkirby.

lived at 13 bath Street, Bristol.

14 Henry REED (1827-to1871) [647]. Born 1827, Bristol, Gloucester. Marr Ann BURNELL 1848, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucester. Died to 1871.

15 Ann BURNELL (1827- ) [489]. Born 1827, Bridgwater, Somerset.

In 1852, lived at 19, West Street, Clifton, Bristol - Occupation was Booksellers

1861 census, lived at: 13, Bath Street, Temple, Bristol - Occupation is: Stationer - States "born At Sea" but could be where husband was?

1871 census - Lived at 13 Bath Street, Bristol.

Sources

1Grave stone
2Grave stone & Marriage certificate
3Gordon ??
4FHF & EM Marriage Certificate
5Grave stone & Grand-son

Claire FOSTER (1978- )

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Father: Michael Harold FOSTER, mike_f

1 Claire Julia FOSTER1 (1978- ) [31]. Born 13 Apr 1978, Clatterbridge Hospital, Bebbington. Marr Marc Iestyn HOWELLS 16 May 2003, Ystrad Mynach, Caerphilly, Wales. Died.

2 Michael Harold FOSTER2 (1952- ) [22]. Born 8 Mar 1952, Highfield Maternity Hospital, Wallasey. Marr Janet BERNSTEIN 11 May 1974, Westbourne Road Methodist Church, Westkirby.

4 Gordon Harold FOSTER3 (1918-1996) [13]. Born 1918, Cable Road, Hoylake. Marr Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN 9 Mar 1951, Wallasey, Cheshire. Died 18 Jul 1996.

8 Frances Harold FOSTER4 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

9 Ethel MICKLE5 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

5 Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN1 (1923-2009) [21]. Born 23 Aug 1923, Marsham, Norfolk, England. Died 2 Aug 2009.

Lived in a Christian home. Adopted at age of (???) , by a (single) School Teacher.
Real mother was secretary to a butcher/farm manager. Father is believed to be the butcher/farm manager.
Original name, Poppy Freeman.
Grace Christian was also adopted by the 'school teacher'.

10 William Martin WINK (1892-1983) [669]. Born 19 Jun 1892, Norfolk. Died 14 Oct 1983.

11 Ruby Lenora FREEMAN (1896-1979) [300]. Born 19 Dec 1896, Halesworth, Suffolk, England. Died 1979, Gipping, Suffolk, England.

3 Janet BERNSTEIN1 (1953- ) [29]. Born 9 Mar 1953, Hoscope Park Nursing Home, Westkirby.

6 John BERNSTEIN (1912-1971) [295]. Born 29 Dec 1912, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Marr Gladys LINLEY 28 Feb 1942, Methodist Church, Wesbourne Road, W. Died 15 May 1971, Hoylake, Cheshire, England.

12 Frederick William BERNSTEIN (1876- ) [659]. Born 1876. Marr Senny ALDAM 10 Oct 1909, St. Alban Church, Bevington, Liverpool.

13 Senny ALDAM (1885-1959) [661]. Born 1885, Liverpool. Died 1959.

7 Gladys LINLEY (1914-2003) [294]. Born 21 Jan 1914, Dinmore, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Died 2 Mar 2003, Abbeyfield Nursing Home, Wesr Kirby, Wirral, Ch.

14 William LINLEY ( - ) [662].

15 Mary Anne JONES ( - ) [663].

Sources

1In person
2Mother (Mollie Foster) & In person
3Relatives
4Grave stone & Marriage certificate
5Grave stone & Grand-son

Eileen FOSTER (1957- )

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Father: Gordon Harold FOSTER, G H Foster

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Mother: Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN, mollie_f

1 Eileen FOSTER1 (1957- ) [24]. Born 8 Mar 1957, 10, Sandringham Avenue, Hoylake. Died.

2 Gordon Harold FOSTER2 (1918-1996) [13]. Born 1918, Cable Road, Hoylake. Marr Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN 9 Mar 1951, Wallasey, Cheshire. Died 18 Jul 1996.

4 Frances Harold FOSTER3 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

8 Thomas FOSTER4 (c. 1860-1924) [279]. Born c. 1860, Reepham Lincolnshire. Marr Ada BROWN 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1924.

In 1881 census, lived at 22, Winn Street, Lincoln St Swithin with Sarah Fothergill (widow) - as her Nephew.

In 1891 Census, lived at: 121 William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham (occupation shown as: Town Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector).

In 1901 Census, lived at: 2, Cable Road, Hoylake Cum West Kirby.

Lived at Drummond Road, Hoylake, Wirral.

9 Ada BROWN5 (1867-1948) [280]. Born 1867, Parishes of St Nicholas, lincolnshire. Died 1948.


In 1871v Census, living at: Church Lane, St Nicholas, Lincoln, with BROWN, Mark - Head - M - 43 - 1828 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Jane Wife - F - 30 - 1841 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Emily J - Sister - F - 2 - 1869 - Lincolnshire.

In 1881 Census, living at: 30, Canwick Rd, Lincoln St Mary-Le-Wigford (Stepdaughter to GRAHAM, John William and Jane).

5 Ethel MICKLE6 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

10 Charles MICKLE7 (1855-1927) [277]. Born 1855, Liverpool. Marr Caroline REED 13 Sep 1880, Saint Andrew's Church, Conway Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire. Died 14 Jul 1927, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1861 census, is shown as a Stepson, living with John and Mary GELLATLY, at: 131, Price Street, Birkenhead, with Mary Jane (Stepdaughter - born in 1842 in Liverpool, Lancashire) and Marg (Stepdaughter - born in 1844 in Liverpool, Lancashire - occupation is: Milliner)
In 1871 census, lived at 80 Price Street, Birkenhead, with James Lambert (Univ Glasgow U R C Land & Life London) - occupation, Scholar,
in 1881 census, lived at 44 Rodney Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk (both aged 26, no children listed)
In 1891 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk.
In 1901 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker.
In 1911 census, Lived at 5 Cable Road, Hoylake, Wirral (with a servant - Ida Dodd).

11 Caroline REED7 (1856-1929) [278]. Born 18 Sep 1856, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 18 Sep 1929, Buried in Grange Cemetery, Westkirby.

lived at 13 bath Street, Bristol.

3 Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN8 (1923-2009) [21]. Born 23 Aug 1923, Marsham, Norfolk, England. Died 2 Aug 2009.

Lived in a Christian home. Adopted at age of (???) , by a (single) School Teacher.
Real mother was secretary to a butcher/farm manager. Father is believed to be the butcher/farm manager.
Original name, Poppy Freeman.
Grace Christian was also adopted by the 'school teacher'.

6 William Martin WINK (1892-1983) [669]. Born 19 Jun 1892, Norfolk. Died 14 Oct 1983.

12 Frederick WINK ( - ) [670].

7 Ruby Lenora FREEMAN (1896-1979) [300]. Born 19 Dec 1896, Halesworth, Suffolk, England. Died 1979, Gipping, Suffolk, England.

Sources

1Mother
2Relatives
3Grave stone & Marriage certificate
4Gordon ??
5FHF & EM Marriage Certificate
6Grave stone & Grand-son
7Grave stone
8In person

Frances FOSTER (1887-1954)

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Frances Harold FOSTER, F H Foster

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Father: Thomas FOSTER, 1911, age 51, 1911Census-Thomas Foster RG14-21-9-52-21952_0033_03

1 Frances Harold FOSTER1 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

2 Thomas FOSTER2 (c. 1860-1924) [279]. Born c. 1860, Reepham Lincolnshire. Marr Ada BROWN 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1924.

In 1881 census, lived at 22, Winn Street, Lincoln St Swithin with Sarah Fothergill (widow) - as her Nephew.

In 1891 Census, lived at: 121 William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham (occupation shown as: Town Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector).

In 1901 Census, lived at: 2, Cable Road, Hoylake Cum West Kirby.

Lived at Drummond Road, Hoylake, Wirral.

4 John FOSTER (c. 1811-c. 1878) [543]. Born c. 1811, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Ann HINDLEY 3 Dec 1839, Stainton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Ann PEPPERDINE frm 1 Jul 1857 to 31 Oct 1857. Died c. Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England. Buried 3 Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England.

John was a Coal Agent, living in Reepham in 1861.

In 1871 Census, lived at "Private House, Barlings".

In 1881, Johns widow was a "Coal Merchant", living in Barlings with her younger children.

8 John FOSTER ( - ) [1553]. Marr Elizabeth THOMPSON 1800, Reepham, Lincolnshire.

9 Elizabeth THOMPSON ( - ) [1554].

5 Ann PEPPERDINE (c. 1834- ) [544]. Born c. 1834, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire.

Ann PEPPERDINE, married John Foster in jul - Sep 1857.

In 1841 Census, lived at: "The Hall, Fiskerton".

In 1891 Census, she is shown as being a widow, living at 20, Lincoln Road, Barlings, Longworth.

10 Thomas PEPPERDINE (1799-1859) [1695]. Born 1799, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Pheobe SKEPPER 7 May 1822, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Died May 1859, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

11 Pheobe SKEPPER (1799- ) [1696]. Born 1 Sep 1799, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

3 Ada BROWN3 (1867-1948) [280]. Born 1867, Parishes of St Nicholas, lincolnshire. Died 1948.


In 1871v Census, living at: Church Lane, St Nicholas, Lincoln, with BROWN, Mark - Head - M - 43 - 1828 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Jane Wife - F - 30 - 1841 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Emily J - Sister - F - 2 - 1869 - Lincolnshire.

In 1881 Census, living at: 30, Canwick Rd, Lincoln St Mary-Le-Wigford (Stepdaughter to GRAHAM, John William and Jane).

6 Mark BROWN (c. 1828- ) [506]. Born c. 1828, Lincolnshire. Marr Jane MARSHALL 1 May 1859, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

Labourer at Ironworks in 1871.

12 John BROWN (to1796- ) [1718]. Born to 1796, Lincolnshire, England.

13 Elizabeth ( - ) [1719].

7 Jane MARSHALL (c. 1840- ) [507]. Born c. 1840, Lincolnshire.

Sources

1Grave stone & Marriage certificate
2Gordon ??
3FHF & EM Marriage Certificate

Gillian FOSTER ( - )

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Gillian FOSTER, gilln_f

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Father: Ian FOSTER, 1935, age 15, Ian Sept 1935

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Mother: Pat NOALAN, pat_f

1 Gillian FOSTER ( - ) [18]. Born. Died.

2 Ian FOSTER (c. 1920- ) [14]. Born c. 1920. Marr Pat NOALAN.

4 Frances Harold FOSTER1 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

8 Thomas FOSTER2 (c. 1860-1924) [279]. Born c. 1860, Reepham Lincolnshire. Marr Ada BROWN 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1924.

In 1881 census, lived at 22, Winn Street, Lincoln St Swithin with Sarah Fothergill (widow) - as her Nephew.

In 1891 Census, lived at: 121 William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham (occupation shown as: Town Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector).

In 1901 Census, lived at: 2, Cable Road, Hoylake Cum West Kirby.

Lived at Drummond Road, Hoylake, Wirral.

9 Ada BROWN3 (1867-1948) [280]. Born 1867, Parishes of St Nicholas, lincolnshire. Died 1948.


In 1871v Census, living at: Church Lane, St Nicholas, Lincoln, with BROWN, Mark - Head - M - 43 - 1828 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Jane Wife - F - 30 - 1841 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Emily J - Sister - F - 2 - 1869 - Lincolnshire.

In 1881 Census, living at: 30, Canwick Rd, Lincoln St Mary-Le-Wigford (Stepdaughter to GRAHAM, John William and Jane).

5 Ethel MICKLE4 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

10 Charles MICKLE5 (1855-1927) [277]. Born 1855, Liverpool. Marr Caroline REED 13 Sep 1880, Saint Andrew's Church, Conway Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire. Died 14 Jul 1927, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1861 census, is shown as a Stepson, living with John and Mary GELLATLY, at: 131, Price Street, Birkenhead, with Mary Jane (Stepdaughter - born in 1842 in Liverpool, Lancashire) and Marg (Stepdaughter - born in 1844 in Liverpool, Lancashire - occupation is: Milliner)
In 1871 census, lived at 80 Price Street, Birkenhead, with James Lambert (Univ Glasgow U R C Land & Life London) - occupation, Scholar,
in 1881 census, lived at 44 Rodney Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk (both aged 26, no children listed)
In 1891 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk.
In 1901 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker.
In 1911 census, Lived at 5 Cable Road, Hoylake, Wirral (with a servant - Ida Dodd).

11 Caroline REED5 (1856-1929) [278]. Born 18 Sep 1856, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 18 Sep 1929, Buried in Grange Cemetery, Westkirby.

lived at 13 bath Street, Bristol.

3 Pat NOALAN ( - ) [20]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Grave stone & Marriage certificate
2Gordon ??
3FHF & EM Marriage Certificate
4Grave stone & Grand-son
5Grave stone

Gordon FOSTER (1918-1996)

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Gordon Harold FOSTER, G H Foster

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Father: Frances Harold FOSTER, F H Foster

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Mother: Ethel MICKLE, Ethel Mickel

1 Gordon Harold FOSTER1 (1918-1996) [13]. Born 1918, Cable Road, Hoylake. Marr Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN 9 Mar 1951, Wallasey, Cheshire. Died 18 Jul 1996.

2 Frances Harold FOSTER2 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

4 Thomas FOSTER3 (c. 1860-1924) [279]. Born c. 1860, Reepham Lincolnshire. Marr Ada BROWN 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1924.

In 1881 census, lived at 22, Winn Street, Lincoln St Swithin with Sarah Fothergill (widow) - as her Nephew.

In 1891 Census, lived at: 121 William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham (occupation shown as: Town Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector).

In 1901 Census, lived at: 2, Cable Road, Hoylake Cum West Kirby.

Lived at Drummond Road, Hoylake, Wirral.

8 John FOSTER (c. 1811-c. 1878) [543]. Born c. 1811, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Ann HINDLEY 3 Dec 1839, Stainton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Ann PEPPERDINE frm 1 Jul 1857 to 31 Oct 1857. Died c. Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England. Buried 3 Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England.

John was a Coal Agent, living in Reepham in 1861.

In 1871 Census, lived at "Private House, Barlings".

In 1881, Johns widow was a "Coal Merchant", living in Barlings with her younger children.

9 Ann PEPPERDINE (c. 1834- ) [544]. Born c. 1834, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire.

Ann PEPPERDINE, married John Foster in jul - Sep 1857.

In 1841 Census, lived at: "The Hall, Fiskerton".

In 1891 Census, she is shown as being a widow, living at 20, Lincoln Road, Barlings, Longworth.

5 Ada BROWN4 (1867-1948) [280]. Born 1867, Parishes of St Nicholas, lincolnshire. Died 1948.


In 1871v Census, living at: Church Lane, St Nicholas, Lincoln, with BROWN, Mark - Head - M - 43 - 1828 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Jane Wife - F - 30 - 1841 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Emily J - Sister - F - 2 - 1869 - Lincolnshire.

In 1881 Census, living at: 30, Canwick Rd, Lincoln St Mary-Le-Wigford (Stepdaughter to GRAHAM, John William and Jane).

10 Mark BROWN (c. 1828- ) [506]. Born c. 1828, Lincolnshire. Marr Jane MARSHALL 1 May 1859, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

Labourer at Ironworks in 1871.

11 Jane MARSHALL (c. 1840- ) [507]. Born c. 1840, Lincolnshire.

3 Ethel MICKLE5 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

6 Charles MICKLE6 (1855-1927) [277]. Born 1855, Liverpool. Marr Caroline REED 13 Sep 1880, Saint Andrew's Church, Conway Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire. Died 14 Jul 1927, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1861 census, is shown as a Stepson, living with John and Mary GELLATLY, at: 131, Price Street, Birkenhead, with Mary Jane (Stepdaughter - born in 1842 in Liverpool, Lancashire) and Marg (Stepdaughter - born in 1844 in Liverpool, Lancashire - occupation is: Milliner)
In 1871 census, lived at 80 Price Street, Birkenhead, with James Lambert (Univ Glasgow U R C Land & Life London) - occupation, Scholar,
in 1881 census, lived at 44 Rodney Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk (both aged 26, no children listed)
In 1891 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk.
In 1901 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker.
In 1911 census, Lived at 5 Cable Road, Hoylake, Wirral (with a servant - Ida Dodd).

12 George MICKLE (1829-c. 1880) [548]. Born 1829, Reading. Marr Mary Jane HANNAH. Died c. 1880.

13 Mary Jane HANNAH (1843- ) [549]. Born 1843, Liverpool.

7 Caroline REED6 (1856-1929) [278]. Born 18 Sep 1856, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 18 Sep 1929, Buried in Grange Cemetery, Westkirby.

lived at 13 bath Street, Bristol.

14 Henry REED (1827-to1871) [647]. Born 1827, Bristol, Gloucester. Marr Ann BURNELL 1848, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucester. Died to 1871.

15 Ann BURNELL (1827- ) [489]. Born 1827, Bridgwater, Somerset.

In 1852, lived at 19, West Street, Clifton, Bristol - Occupation was Booksellers

1861 census, lived at: 13, Bath Street, Temple, Bristol - Occupation is: Stationer - States "born At Sea" but could be where husband was?

1871 census - Lived at 13 Bath Street, Bristol.

Sources

1Relatives
2Grave stone & Marriage certificate
3Gordon ??
4FHF & EM Marriage Certificate
5Grave stone & Grand-son
6Grave stone

Henry FOSTER (1853- )

1 Henry Hindley FOSTER (1853- ) [546]. Born 1853, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Hannah Baker YORK frm 1 Oct 1874 to 31 Dec 1874.

2 John FOSTER (c. 1811-c. 1878) [543]. Born c. 1811, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Ann HINDLEY 3 Dec 1839, Stainton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Ann PEPPERDINE frm 1 Jul 1857 to 31 Oct 1857. Died c. Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England. Buried 3 Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England.

John was a Coal Agent, living in Reepham in 1861.

In 1871 Census, lived at "Private House, Barlings".

In 1881, Johns widow was a "Coal Merchant", living in Barlings with her younger children.

4 John FOSTER ( - ) [1553]. Marr Elizabeth THOMPSON 1800, Reepham, Lincolnshire.

5 Elizabeth THOMPSON ( - ) [1554].

3 Ann HINDLEY (c. 1816-c. 1860) [1504]. Born c. 1816, Marton, Lincolnshire, England. Died c. 1860.

6 William HINDLEY ( - ) [1505].

7 Unknown ( - ) [1506].

Ian FOSTER (c. 1920- )

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Ian FOSTER, 1935, age 15, Ian Sept 1935

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Father: Frances Harold FOSTER, F H Foster

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Mother: Ethel MICKLE, Ethel Mickel

1 Ian FOSTER (c. 1920- ) [14]. Born c. 1920. Marr Pat NOALAN.

2 Frances Harold FOSTER1 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

4 Thomas FOSTER2 (c. 1860-1924) [279]. Born c. 1860, Reepham Lincolnshire. Marr Ada BROWN 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1924.

In 1881 census, lived at 22, Winn Street, Lincoln St Swithin with Sarah Fothergill (widow) - as her Nephew.

In 1891 Census, lived at: 121 William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham (occupation shown as: Town Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector).

In 1901 Census, lived at: 2, Cable Road, Hoylake Cum West Kirby.

Lived at Drummond Road, Hoylake, Wirral.

8 John FOSTER (c. 1811-c. 1878) [543]. Born c. 1811, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Ann HINDLEY 3 Dec 1839, Stainton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Ann PEPPERDINE frm 1 Jul 1857 to 31 Oct 1857. Died c. Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England. Buried 3 Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England.

John was a Coal Agent, living in Reepham in 1861.

In 1871 Census, lived at "Private House, Barlings".

In 1881, Johns widow was a "Coal Merchant", living in Barlings with her younger children.

9 Ann PEPPERDINE (c. 1834- ) [544]. Born c. 1834, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire.

Ann PEPPERDINE, married John Foster in jul - Sep 1857.

In 1841 Census, lived at: "The Hall, Fiskerton".

In 1891 Census, she is shown as being a widow, living at 20, Lincoln Road, Barlings, Longworth.

5 Ada BROWN3 (1867-1948) [280]. Born 1867, Parishes of St Nicholas, lincolnshire. Died 1948.


In 1871v Census, living at: Church Lane, St Nicholas, Lincoln, with BROWN, Mark - Head - M - 43 - 1828 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Jane Wife - F - 30 - 1841 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Emily J - Sister - F - 2 - 1869 - Lincolnshire.

In 1881 Census, living at: 30, Canwick Rd, Lincoln St Mary-Le-Wigford (Stepdaughter to GRAHAM, John William and Jane).

10 Mark BROWN (c. 1828- ) [506]. Born c. 1828, Lincolnshire. Marr Jane MARSHALL 1 May 1859, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

Labourer at Ironworks in 1871.

11 Jane MARSHALL (c. 1840- ) [507]. Born c. 1840, Lincolnshire.

3 Ethel MICKLE4 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

6 Charles MICKLE5 (1855-1927) [277]. Born 1855, Liverpool. Marr Caroline REED 13 Sep 1880, Saint Andrew's Church, Conway Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire. Died 14 Jul 1927, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1861 census, is shown as a Stepson, living with John and Mary GELLATLY, at: 131, Price Street, Birkenhead, with Mary Jane (Stepdaughter - born in 1842 in Liverpool, Lancashire) and Marg (Stepdaughter - born in 1844 in Liverpool, Lancashire - occupation is: Milliner)
In 1871 census, lived at 80 Price Street, Birkenhead, with James Lambert (Univ Glasgow U R C Land & Life London) - occupation, Scholar,
in 1881 census, lived at 44 Rodney Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk (both aged 26, no children listed)
In 1891 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk.
In 1901 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker.
In 1911 census, Lived at 5 Cable Road, Hoylake, Wirral (with a servant - Ida Dodd).

12 George MICKLE (1829-c. 1880) [548]. Born 1829, Reading. Marr Mary Jane HANNAH. Died c. 1880.

13 Mary Jane HANNAH (1843- ) [549]. Born 1843, Liverpool.

7 Caroline REED5 (1856-1929) [278]. Born 18 Sep 1856, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 18 Sep 1929, Buried in Grange Cemetery, Westkirby.

lived at 13 bath Street, Bristol.

14 Henry REED (1827-to1871) [647]. Born 1827, Bristol, Gloucester. Marr Ann BURNELL 1848, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucester. Died to 1871.

15 Ann BURNELL (1827- ) [489]. Born 1827, Bridgwater, Somerset.

In 1852, lived at 19, West Street, Clifton, Bristol - Occupation was Booksellers

1861 census, lived at: 13, Bath Street, Temple, Bristol - Occupation is: Stationer - States "born At Sea" but could be where husband was?

1871 census - Lived at 13 Bath Street, Bristol.

Sources

1Grave stone & Marriage certificate
2Gordon ??
3FHF & EM Marriage Certificate
4Grave stone & Grand-son
5Grave stone

Jack FOSTER (2007- )

1 Jack harry Robert FOSTER (2007- ) [652]. Born 2 Dec 2007, Scarborough, Yorkshire, England.

2 Mark John Harold FOSTER1 (1975- ) [30]. Born 25 Dec 1975, Clatterbridge Hospital, Bebbington. Marr Hazel Georgina GARRETT 21 Aug 1999, St Augustine's Church, Bradford, Engl. Died.

4 Michael Harold FOSTER2 (1952- ) [22]. Born 8 Mar 1952, Highfield Maternity Hospital, Wallasey. Marr Janet BERNSTEIN 11 May 1974, Westbourne Road Methodist Church, Westkirby.

8 Gordon Harold FOSTER3 (1918-1996) [13]. Born 1918, Cable Road, Hoylake. Marr Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN 9 Mar 1951, Wallasey, Cheshire. Died 18 Jul 1996.

9 Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN4 (1923-2009) [21]. Born 23 Aug 1923, Marsham, Norfolk, England. Died 2 Aug 2009.

Lived in a Christian home. Adopted at age of (???) , by a (single) School Teacher.
Real mother was secretary to a butcher/farm manager. Father is believed to be the butcher/farm manager.
Original name, Poppy Freeman.
Grace Christian was also adopted by the 'school teacher'.

5 Janet BERNSTEIN4 (1953- ) [29]. Born 9 Mar 1953, Hoscope Park Nursing Home, Westkirby.

10 John BERNSTEIN (1912-1971) [295]. Born 29 Dec 1912, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Marr Gladys LINLEY 28 Feb 1942, Methodist Church, Wesbourne Road, W. Died 15 May 1971, Hoylake, Cheshire, England.

11 Gladys LINLEY (1914-2003) [294]. Born 21 Jan 1914, Dinmore, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Died 2 Mar 2003, Abbeyfield Nursing Home, Wesr Kirby, Wirral, Ch.

3 Hazel Georgina GARRETT (1976- ) [651]. Born 4 Aug 1976.

Sources

1Janet Bernstein (mother)
2Mother (Mollie Foster) & In person
3Relatives
4In person

John FOSTER (1850- )

1 John FOSTER (1850- ) [545]. Born 1850, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Elizabeth WEAVER frm 1 Oct 1869 to 31 Dec 1869.

In 1871 Census, living at: "Back Of Mowbray Street Court, Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield" - with SHIRTCLIFFE, Charles Wife's Son (b 1849); SHIRTCLIFFE, Emily Wife's Daughter (b 1853 in Yorkshire) SHIRTCLIFFE, Sarah Wife's Daughter (b 1863 in Yorkshire)
SHIRTCLIFFE, Thomas Wife's Son (b 1858 in Yorkshire)
SHIRTCLIFFE, Elizabeth Wife's Daughter (b 1866)

In 1881 Census, Living at: "2 Peppers Buildings St Peter at Gowts in 1881". John was a labourer.

2 John FOSTER (c. 1811-c. 1878) [543]. Born c. 1811, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Ann HINDLEY 3 Dec 1839, Stainton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Ann PEPPERDINE frm 1 Jul 1857 to 31 Oct 1857. Died c. Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England. Buried 3 Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England.

John was a Coal Agent, living in Reepham in 1861.

In 1871 Census, lived at "Private House, Barlings".

In 1881, Johns widow was a "Coal Merchant", living in Barlings with her younger children.

4 John FOSTER ( - ) [1553]. Marr Elizabeth THOMPSON 1800, Reepham, Lincolnshire.

5 Elizabeth THOMPSON ( - ) [1554].

3 Ann HINDLEY (c. 1816-c. 1860) [1504]. Born c. 1816, Marton, Lincolnshire, England. Died c. 1860.

6 William HINDLEY ( - ) [1505].

7 Unknown ( - ) [1506].

John FOSTER (c. 1811-c. 1878)

1 John FOSTER (c. 1811-c. 1878) [543]. Born c. 1811, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Ann HINDLEY 3 Dec 1839, Stainton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Ann PEPPERDINE frm 1 Jul 1857 to 31 Oct 1857. Died c. Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England. Buried 3 Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England.

John was a Coal Agent, living in Reepham in 1861.

In 1871 Census, lived at "Private House, Barlings".

In 1881, Johns widow was a "Coal Merchant", living in Barlings with her younger children.

2 John FOSTER ( - ) [1553]. Marr Elizabeth THOMPSON 1800, Reepham, Lincolnshire.

3 Elizabeth THOMPSON ( - ) [1554].

Karen FOSTER ( - )

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Karen FOSTER, karen_f

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Father: Ian FOSTER, 1935, age 15, Ian Sept 1935

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Mother: Pat NOALAN, pat_f

1 Karen FOSTER ( - ) [17]. Born. Died.

2 Ian FOSTER (c. 1920- ) [14]. Born c. 1920. Marr Pat NOALAN.

4 Frances Harold FOSTER1 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

8 Thomas FOSTER2 (c. 1860-1924) [279]. Born c. 1860, Reepham Lincolnshire. Marr Ada BROWN 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1924.

In 1881 census, lived at 22, Winn Street, Lincoln St Swithin with Sarah Fothergill (widow) - as her Nephew.

In 1891 Census, lived at: 121 William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham (occupation shown as: Town Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector).

In 1901 Census, lived at: 2, Cable Road, Hoylake Cum West Kirby.

Lived at Drummond Road, Hoylake, Wirral.

9 Ada BROWN3 (1867-1948) [280]. Born 1867, Parishes of St Nicholas, lincolnshire. Died 1948.


In 1871v Census, living at: Church Lane, St Nicholas, Lincoln, with BROWN, Mark - Head - M - 43 - 1828 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Jane Wife - F - 30 - 1841 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Emily J - Sister - F - 2 - 1869 - Lincolnshire.

In 1881 Census, living at: 30, Canwick Rd, Lincoln St Mary-Le-Wigford (Stepdaughter to GRAHAM, John William and Jane).

5 Ethel MICKLE4 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

10 Charles MICKLE5 (1855-1927) [277]. Born 1855, Liverpool. Marr Caroline REED 13 Sep 1880, Saint Andrew's Church, Conway Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire. Died 14 Jul 1927, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1861 census, is shown as a Stepson, living with John and Mary GELLATLY, at: 131, Price Street, Birkenhead, with Mary Jane (Stepdaughter - born in 1842 in Liverpool, Lancashire) and Marg (Stepdaughter - born in 1844 in Liverpool, Lancashire - occupation is: Milliner)
In 1871 census, lived at 80 Price Street, Birkenhead, with James Lambert (Univ Glasgow U R C Land & Life London) - occupation, Scholar,
in 1881 census, lived at 44 Rodney Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk (both aged 26, no children listed)
In 1891 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk.
In 1901 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker.
In 1911 census, Lived at 5 Cable Road, Hoylake, Wirral (with a servant - Ida Dodd).

11 Caroline REED5 (1856-1929) [278]. Born 18 Sep 1856, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 18 Sep 1929, Buried in Grange Cemetery, Westkirby.

lived at 13 bath Street, Bristol.

3 Pat NOALAN ( - ) [20]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Grave stone & Marriage certificate
2Gordon ??
3FHF & EM Marriage Certificate
4Grave stone & Grand-son
5Grave stone

Kathleen FOSTER (1915-1967)

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Kathleen Ada FOSTER, Kathleen Worrall

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Father: Frances Harold FOSTER, F H Foster

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Mother: Ethel MICKLE, Ethel Mickel

1 Kathleen Ada FOSTER1 (1915-1967) [6]. Born 5 Feb 1915, 365 Lipton St, Winnipeg, Canada. Bap 14 Mar 1915, ASt Michael and All Angels' Church, Winnipeg. Marr William John WORRALL 1 Sep 1945. Died 7 Mar 1967, At home - 6, Ethelbert Rd, Meols Hoylake, Wirral.

Born in Winnipeg (365 Lipton Street), Canada on 5th Feb 1915, at 1:05 am.
Spent the first few years of her life living at 365, Lipton St, Winnipeg, Canada (see Ethel Mickle). - Lipton Street was named for British tea merchant Thomas Lipton (1850-1931) in 1903.
Baptised at St Michael and All Angels Church on 14 March 1915
Attended Minto House School, Meols
Confirmed on 13 December 1932.
Worked at Levers, Port Sunlight, before marrying on 04 July 1945.
Member of the Cheshire 90 (ladies) Red Cross. Awarded certificate for "Devoted service to the cause of humanity during 2nd World War 1939-1945", Signed by King George & Elizabeth R.
Died at home from cancer (Peritoneal carcinoma and carcinoma of small intestine); Buried in Grange Cemetry, Wirral.

2 Frances Harold FOSTER2 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

4 Thomas FOSTER3 (c. 1860-1924) [279]. Born c. 1860, Reepham Lincolnshire. Marr Ada BROWN 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1924.

In 1881 census, lived at 22, Winn Street, Lincoln St Swithin with Sarah Fothergill (widow) - as her Nephew.

In 1891 Census, lived at: 121 William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham (occupation shown as: Town Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector).

In 1901 Census, lived at: 2, Cable Road, Hoylake Cum West Kirby.

Lived at Drummond Road, Hoylake, Wirral.

8 John FOSTER (c. 1811-c. 1878) [543]. Born c. 1811, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Ann HINDLEY 3 Dec 1839, Stainton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Ann PEPPERDINE frm 1 Jul 1857 to 31 Oct 1857. Died c. Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England. Buried 3 Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England.

John was a Coal Agent, living in Reepham in 1861.

In 1871 Census, lived at "Private House, Barlings".

In 1881, Johns widow was a "Coal Merchant", living in Barlings with her younger children.

9 Ann PEPPERDINE (c. 1834- ) [544]. Born c. 1834, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire.

Ann PEPPERDINE, married John Foster in jul - Sep 1857.

In 1841 Census, lived at: "The Hall, Fiskerton".

In 1891 Census, she is shown as being a widow, living at 20, Lincoln Road, Barlings, Longworth.

5 Ada BROWN4 (1867-1948) [280]. Born 1867, Parishes of St Nicholas, lincolnshire. Died 1948.


In 1871v Census, living at: Church Lane, St Nicholas, Lincoln, with BROWN, Mark - Head - M - 43 - 1828 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Jane Wife - F - 30 - 1841 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Emily J - Sister - F - 2 - 1869 - Lincolnshire.

In 1881 Census, living at: 30, Canwick Rd, Lincoln St Mary-Le-Wigford (Stepdaughter to GRAHAM, John William and Jane).

10 Mark BROWN (c. 1828- ) [506]. Born c. 1828, Lincolnshire. Marr Jane MARSHALL 1 May 1859, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

Labourer at Ironworks in 1871.

11 Jane MARSHALL (c. 1840- ) [507]. Born c. 1840, Lincolnshire.

3 Ethel MICKLE5 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

6 Charles MICKLE6 (1855-1927) [277]. Born 1855, Liverpool. Marr Caroline REED 13 Sep 1880, Saint Andrew's Church, Conway Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire. Died 14 Jul 1927, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1861 census, is shown as a Stepson, living with John and Mary GELLATLY, at: 131, Price Street, Birkenhead, with Mary Jane (Stepdaughter - born in 1842 in Liverpool, Lancashire) and Marg (Stepdaughter - born in 1844 in Liverpool, Lancashire - occupation is: Milliner)
In 1871 census, lived at 80 Price Street, Birkenhead, with James Lambert (Univ Glasgow U R C Land & Life London) - occupation, Scholar,
in 1881 census, lived at 44 Rodney Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk (both aged 26, no children listed)
In 1891 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk.
In 1901 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker.
In 1911 census, Lived at 5 Cable Road, Hoylake, Wirral (with a servant - Ida Dodd).

12 George MICKLE (1829-c. 1880) [548]. Born 1829, Reading. Marr Mary Jane HANNAH. Died c. 1880.

13 Mary Jane HANNAH (1843- ) [549]. Born 1843, Liverpool.

7 Caroline REED6 (1856-1929) [278]. Born 18 Sep 1856, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 18 Sep 1929, Buried in Grange Cemetery, Westkirby.

lived at 13 bath Street, Bristol.

14 Henry REED (1827-to1871) [647]. Born 1827, Bristol, Gloucester. Marr Ann BURNELL 1848, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucester. Died to 1871.

15 Ann BURNELL (1827- ) [489]. Born 1827, Bridgwater, Somerset.

In 1852, lived at 19, West Street, Clifton, Bristol - Occupation was Booksellers

1861 census, lived at: 13, Bath Street, Temple, Bristol - Occupation is: Stationer - States "born At Sea" but could be where husband was?

1871 census - Lived at 13 Bath Street, Bristol.

Sources

1Son + Grave stone (Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby)
2Grave stone & Marriage certificate
3Gordon ??
4FHF & EM Marriage Certificate
5Grave stone & Grand-son
6Grave stone

Mark FOSTER (1975- )

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Father: Michael Harold FOSTER, mike_f

1 Mark John Harold FOSTER1 (1975- ) [30]. Born 25 Dec 1975, Clatterbridge Hospital, Bebbington. Marr Hazel Georgina GARRETT 21 Aug 1999, St Augustine's Church, Bradford, Engl. Died.

2 Michael Harold FOSTER2 (1952- ) [22]. Born 8 Mar 1952, Highfield Maternity Hospital, Wallasey. Marr Janet BERNSTEIN 11 May 1974, Westbourne Road Methodist Church, Westkirby.

4 Gordon Harold FOSTER3 (1918-1996) [13]. Born 1918, Cable Road, Hoylake. Marr Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN 9 Mar 1951, Wallasey, Cheshire. Died 18 Jul 1996.

8 Frances Harold FOSTER4 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

9 Ethel MICKLE5 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

5 Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN6 (1923-2009) [21]. Born 23 Aug 1923, Marsham, Norfolk, England. Died 2 Aug 2009.

Lived in a Christian home. Adopted at age of (???) , by a (single) School Teacher.
Real mother was secretary to a butcher/farm manager. Father is believed to be the butcher/farm manager.
Original name, Poppy Freeman.
Grace Christian was also adopted by the 'school teacher'.

10 William Martin WINK (1892-1983) [669]. Born 19 Jun 1892, Norfolk. Died 14 Oct 1983.

11 Ruby Lenora FREEMAN (1896-1979) [300]. Born 19 Dec 1896, Halesworth, Suffolk, England. Died 1979, Gipping, Suffolk, England.

3 Janet BERNSTEIN6 (1953- ) [29]. Born 9 Mar 1953, Hoscope Park Nursing Home, Westkirby.

6 John BERNSTEIN (1912-1971) [295]. Born 29 Dec 1912, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Marr Gladys LINLEY 28 Feb 1942, Methodist Church, Wesbourne Road, W. Died 15 May 1971, Hoylake, Cheshire, England.

12 Frederick William BERNSTEIN (1876- ) [659]. Born 1876. Marr Senny ALDAM 10 Oct 1909, St. Alban Church, Bevington, Liverpool.

13 Senny ALDAM (1885-1959) [661]. Born 1885, Liverpool. Died 1959.

7 Gladys LINLEY (1914-2003) [294]. Born 21 Jan 1914, Dinmore, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Died 2 Mar 2003, Abbeyfield Nursing Home, Wesr Kirby, Wirral, Ch.

14 William LINLEY ( - ) [662].

15 Mary Anne JONES ( - ) [663].

Sources

1Janet Bernstein (mother)
2Mother (Mollie Foster) & In person
3Relatives
4Grave stone & Marriage certificate
5Grave stone & Grand-son
6In person

Michael FOSTER (1952- )

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Michael Harold FOSTER, mike_f

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Father: Gordon Harold FOSTER, G H Foster

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Mother: Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN, mollie_f

1 Michael Harold FOSTER1 (1952- ) [22]. Born 8 Mar 1952, Highfield Maternity Hospital, Wallasey. Marr Janet BERNSTEIN 11 May 1974, Westbourne Road Methodist Church, Westkirby.

2 Gordon Harold FOSTER2 (1918-1996) [13]. Born 1918, Cable Road, Hoylake. Marr Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN 9 Mar 1951, Wallasey, Cheshire. Died 18 Jul 1996.

4 Frances Harold FOSTER3 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

8 Thomas FOSTER4 (c. 1860-1924) [279]. Born c. 1860, Reepham Lincolnshire. Marr Ada BROWN 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1924.

In 1881 census, lived at 22, Winn Street, Lincoln St Swithin with Sarah Fothergill (widow) - as her Nephew.

In 1891 Census, lived at: 121 William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham (occupation shown as: Town Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector).

In 1901 Census, lived at: 2, Cable Road, Hoylake Cum West Kirby.

Lived at Drummond Road, Hoylake, Wirral.

9 Ada BROWN5 (1867-1948) [280]. Born 1867, Parishes of St Nicholas, lincolnshire. Died 1948.


In 1871v Census, living at: Church Lane, St Nicholas, Lincoln, with BROWN, Mark - Head - M - 43 - 1828 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Jane Wife - F - 30 - 1841 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Emily J - Sister - F - 2 - 1869 - Lincolnshire.

In 1881 Census, living at: 30, Canwick Rd, Lincoln St Mary-Le-Wigford (Stepdaughter to GRAHAM, John William and Jane).

5 Ethel MICKLE6 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

10 Charles MICKLE7 (1855-1927) [277]. Born 1855, Liverpool. Marr Caroline REED 13 Sep 1880, Saint Andrew's Church, Conway Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire. Died 14 Jul 1927, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1861 census, is shown as a Stepson, living with John and Mary GELLATLY, at: 131, Price Street, Birkenhead, with Mary Jane (Stepdaughter - born in 1842 in Liverpool, Lancashire) and Marg (Stepdaughter - born in 1844 in Liverpool, Lancashire - occupation is: Milliner)
In 1871 census, lived at 80 Price Street, Birkenhead, with James Lambert (Univ Glasgow U R C Land & Life London) - occupation, Scholar,
in 1881 census, lived at 44 Rodney Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk (both aged 26, no children listed)
In 1891 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk.
In 1901 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker.
In 1911 census, Lived at 5 Cable Road, Hoylake, Wirral (with a servant - Ida Dodd).

11 Caroline REED7 (1856-1929) [278]. Born 18 Sep 1856, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 18 Sep 1929, Buried in Grange Cemetery, Westkirby.

lived at 13 bath Street, Bristol.

3 Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN8 (1923-2009) [21]. Born 23 Aug 1923, Marsham, Norfolk, England. Died 2 Aug 2009.

Lived in a Christian home. Adopted at age of (???) , by a (single) School Teacher.
Real mother was secretary to a butcher/farm manager. Father is believed to be the butcher/farm manager.
Original name, Poppy Freeman.
Grace Christian was also adopted by the 'school teacher'.

6 William Martin WINK (1892-1983) [669]. Born 19 Jun 1892, Norfolk. Died 14 Oct 1983.

12 Frederick WINK ( - ) [670].

7 Ruby Lenora FREEMAN (1896-1979) [300]. Born 19 Dec 1896, Halesworth, Suffolk, England. Died 1979, Gipping, Suffolk, England.

Sources

1Mother (Mollie Foster) & In person
2Relatives
3Grave stone & Marriage certificate
4Gordon ??
5FHF & EM Marriage Certificate
6Grave stone & Grand-son
7Grave stone
8In person

Pamela FOSTER (1953- )

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Father: Gordon Harold FOSTER, G H Foster

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Mother: Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN, mollie_f

1 Pamela FOSTER1 (1953- ) [23]. Born 9 Mar 1953, Saughall Road, Saughall Massey, Moreton.

2 Gordon Harold FOSTER2 (1918-1996) [13]. Born 1918, Cable Road, Hoylake. Marr Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN 9 Mar 1951, Wallasey, Cheshire. Died 18 Jul 1996.

4 Frances Harold FOSTER3 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

8 Thomas FOSTER4 (c. 1860-1924) [279]. Born c. 1860, Reepham Lincolnshire. Marr Ada BROWN 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1924.

In 1881 census, lived at 22, Winn Street, Lincoln St Swithin with Sarah Fothergill (widow) - as her Nephew.

In 1891 Census, lived at: 121 William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham (occupation shown as: Town Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector).

In 1901 Census, lived at: 2, Cable Road, Hoylake Cum West Kirby.

Lived at Drummond Road, Hoylake, Wirral.

9 Ada BROWN5 (1867-1948) [280]. Born 1867, Parishes of St Nicholas, lincolnshire. Died 1948.


In 1871v Census, living at: Church Lane, St Nicholas, Lincoln, with BROWN, Mark - Head - M - 43 - 1828 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Jane Wife - F - 30 - 1841 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Emily J - Sister - F - 2 - 1869 - Lincolnshire.

In 1881 Census, living at: 30, Canwick Rd, Lincoln St Mary-Le-Wigford (Stepdaughter to GRAHAM, John William and Jane).

5 Ethel MICKLE6 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

10 Charles MICKLE7 (1855-1927) [277]. Born 1855, Liverpool. Marr Caroline REED 13 Sep 1880, Saint Andrew's Church, Conway Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire. Died 14 Jul 1927, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1861 census, is shown as a Stepson, living with John and Mary GELLATLY, at: 131, Price Street, Birkenhead, with Mary Jane (Stepdaughter - born in 1842 in Liverpool, Lancashire) and Marg (Stepdaughter - born in 1844 in Liverpool, Lancashire - occupation is: Milliner)
In 1871 census, lived at 80 Price Street, Birkenhead, with James Lambert (Univ Glasgow U R C Land & Life London) - occupation, Scholar,
in 1881 census, lived at 44 Rodney Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk (both aged 26, no children listed)
In 1891 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk.
In 1901 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker.
In 1911 census, Lived at 5 Cable Road, Hoylake, Wirral (with a servant - Ida Dodd).

11 Caroline REED7 (1856-1929) [278]. Born 18 Sep 1856, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 18 Sep 1929, Buried in Grange Cemetery, Westkirby.

lived at 13 bath Street, Bristol.

3 Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN8 (1923-2009) [21]. Born 23 Aug 1923, Marsham, Norfolk, England. Died 2 Aug 2009.

Lived in a Christian home. Adopted at age of (???) , by a (single) School Teacher.
Real mother was secretary to a butcher/farm manager. Father is believed to be the butcher/farm manager.
Original name, Poppy Freeman.
Grace Christian was also adopted by the 'school teacher'.

6 William Martin WINK (1892-1983) [669]. Born 19 Jun 1892, Norfolk. Died 14 Oct 1983.

12 Frederick WINK ( - ) [670].

7 Ruby Lenora FREEMAN (1896-1979) [300]. Born 19 Dec 1896, Halesworth, Suffolk, England. Died 1979, Gipping, Suffolk, England.

Sources

1Mother
2Relatives
3Grave stone & Marriage certificate
4Gordon ??
5FHF & EM Marriage Certificate
6Grave stone & Grand-son
7Grave stone
8In person

Pheobe FOSTER (c. 1857- )

1 Pheobe Jane FOSTER (c. 1857- ) [547]. Born c. 1857, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Charles PEARSON c. 1882.

2 John FOSTER (c. 1811-c. 1878) [543]. Born c. 1811, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Ann HINDLEY 3 Dec 1839, Stainton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Ann PEPPERDINE frm 1 Jul 1857 to 31 Oct 1857. Died c. Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England. Buried 3 Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England.

John was a Coal Agent, living in Reepham in 1861.

In 1871 Census, lived at "Private House, Barlings".

In 1881, Johns widow was a "Coal Merchant", living in Barlings with her younger children.

4 John FOSTER ( - ) [1553]. Marr Elizabeth THOMPSON 1800, Reepham, Lincolnshire.

5 Elizabeth THOMPSON ( - ) [1554].

3 Ann PEPPERDINE (c. 1834- ) [544]. Born c. 1834, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire.

Ann PEPPERDINE, married John Foster in jul - Sep 1857.

In 1841 Census, lived at: "The Hall, Fiskerton".

In 1891 Census, she is shown as being a widow, living at 20, Lincoln Road, Barlings, Longworth.

6 Thomas PEPPERDINE (1799-1859) [1695]. Born 1799, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Pheobe SKEPPER 7 May 1822, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Died May 1859, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

12 Richard PEPPERDINE (1770-1821) [1697]. Born 1770, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Mary MARSDEN 19 May 1795, Bassingham, Lincolnshire, England. Died Mar 1821, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

13 Mary MARSDEN (1768-1813) [1698]. Born 1768, Ashby-Puerorum, Lincolnshire, England. Died Aug 1813, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

7 Pheobe SKEPPER (1799- ) [1696]. Born 1 Sep 1799, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

14 Stephen SKEPPER (1760-1824) [1816]. Born 1 Apr 1760, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Elizabeth BLOW 1787, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Died Dec 1824, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

15 Elizabeth BLOW (c. 1761- ) [1817]. Born c. 1761, Reepham, Lincolnshire.

Samuel FOSTER (1876-1945)

1 Samuel Slack FOSTER1 (1876-1945) [301]. Born 1876. Marr Kathleen WILEY. Died 28 Dec 1945, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

Sources

1Grange cemetary (were they related to me ??)

Suzanne FOSTER ( - )

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Suzanne FOSTER, suzn_f

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Father: Ian FOSTER, 1935, age 15, Ian Sept 1935

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Mother: Pat NOALAN, pat_f

1 Suzanne FOSTER ( - ) [19]. Born. Died.

2 Ian FOSTER (c. 1920- ) [14]. Born c. 1920. Marr Pat NOALAN.

4 Frances Harold FOSTER1 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

8 Thomas FOSTER2 (c. 1860-1924) [279]. Born c. 1860, Reepham Lincolnshire. Marr Ada BROWN 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1924.

In 1881 census, lived at 22, Winn Street, Lincoln St Swithin with Sarah Fothergill (widow) - as her Nephew.

In 1891 Census, lived at: 121 William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham (occupation shown as: Town Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector).

In 1901 Census, lived at: 2, Cable Road, Hoylake Cum West Kirby.

Lived at Drummond Road, Hoylake, Wirral.

9 Ada BROWN3 (1867-1948) [280]. Born 1867, Parishes of St Nicholas, lincolnshire. Died 1948.


In 1871v Census, living at: Church Lane, St Nicholas, Lincoln, with BROWN, Mark - Head - M - 43 - 1828 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Jane Wife - F - 30 - 1841 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Emily J - Sister - F - 2 - 1869 - Lincolnshire.

In 1881 Census, living at: 30, Canwick Rd, Lincoln St Mary-Le-Wigford (Stepdaughter to GRAHAM, John William and Jane).

5 Ethel MICKLE4 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

10 Charles MICKLE5 (1855-1927) [277]. Born 1855, Liverpool. Marr Caroline REED 13 Sep 1880, Saint Andrew's Church, Conway Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire. Died 14 Jul 1927, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1861 census, is shown as a Stepson, living with John and Mary GELLATLY, at: 131, Price Street, Birkenhead, with Mary Jane (Stepdaughter - born in 1842 in Liverpool, Lancashire) and Marg (Stepdaughter - born in 1844 in Liverpool, Lancashire - occupation is: Milliner)
In 1871 census, lived at 80 Price Street, Birkenhead, with James Lambert (Univ Glasgow U R C Land & Life London) - occupation, Scholar,
in 1881 census, lived at 44 Rodney Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk (both aged 26, no children listed)
In 1891 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker's Clerk.
In 1901 census, lived at 13 Glover Street, Birkenhead - occupation, Cotton Broker.
In 1911 census, Lived at 5 Cable Road, Hoylake, Wirral (with a servant - Ida Dodd).

11 Caroline REED5 (1856-1929) [278]. Born 18 Sep 1856, Bristol, Gloucester. Died 18 Sep 1929, Buried in Grange Cemetery, Westkirby.

lived at 13 bath Street, Bristol.

3 Pat NOALAN ( - ) [20]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Grave stone & Marriage certificate
2Gordon ??
3FHF & EM Marriage Certificate
4Grave stone & Grand-son
5Grave stone

Thomas FOSTER (c. 1860-1924)

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Thomas FOSTER, 1911, age 51, 1911Census-Thomas Foster RG14-21-9-52-21952_0033_03

1 Thomas FOSTER1 (c. 1860-1924) [279]. Born c. 1860, Reepham Lincolnshire. Marr Ada BROWN 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1924.

In 1881 census, lived at 22, Winn Street, Lincoln St Swithin with Sarah Fothergill (widow) - as her Nephew.

In 1891 Census, lived at: 121 William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham (occupation shown as: Town Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector).

In 1901 Census, lived at: 2, Cable Road, Hoylake Cum West Kirby.

Lived at Drummond Road, Hoylake, Wirral.

2 John FOSTER (c. 1811-c. 1878) [543]. Born c. 1811, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Ann HINDLEY 3 Dec 1839, Stainton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Ann PEPPERDINE frm 1 Jul 1857 to 31 Oct 1857. Died c. Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England. Buried 3 Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England.

John was a Coal Agent, living in Reepham in 1861.

In 1871 Census, lived at "Private House, Barlings".

In 1881, Johns widow was a "Coal Merchant", living in Barlings with her younger children.

4 John FOSTER ( - ) [1553]. Marr Elizabeth THOMPSON 1800, Reepham, Lincolnshire.

5 Elizabeth THOMPSON ( - ) [1554].

3 Ann PEPPERDINE (c. 1834- ) [544]. Born c. 1834, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire.

Ann PEPPERDINE, married John Foster in jul - Sep 1857.

In 1841 Census, lived at: "The Hall, Fiskerton".

In 1891 Census, she is shown as being a widow, living at 20, Lincoln Road, Barlings, Longworth.

6 Thomas PEPPERDINE (1799-1859) [1695]. Born 1799, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Pheobe SKEPPER 7 May 1822, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Died May 1859, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

12 Richard PEPPERDINE (1770-1821) [1697]. Born 1770, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Mary MARSDEN 19 May 1795, Bassingham, Lincolnshire, England. Died Mar 1821, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

13 Mary MARSDEN (1768-1813) [1698]. Born 1768, Ashby-Puerorum, Lincolnshire, England. Died Aug 1813, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

7 Pheobe SKEPPER (1799- ) [1696]. Born 1 Sep 1799, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

14 Stephen SKEPPER (1760-1824) [1816]. Born 1 Apr 1760, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Elizabeth BLOW 1787, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Died Dec 1824, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

15 Elizabeth BLOW (c. 1761- ) [1817]. Born c. 1761, Reepham, Lincolnshire.

Sources

1Gordon ??

Thomas FOSTER (1897-1920)

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Father: Thomas FOSTER, 1911, age 51, 1911Census-Thomas Foster RG14-21-9-52-21952_0033_03

1 Thomas Mark FOSTER (1897-1920) [285]. Born 1897, Hoylake Cheshire. Died 1920.

There is a Thomas Foster listed on the Hoylake parish War memorial for the Great War of 1914 - 1919.

2 Thomas FOSTER1 (c. 1860-1924) [279]. Born c. 1860, Reepham Lincolnshire. Marr Ada BROWN 27 Dec 1886, St. Swithin'S, Lincoln, England. Died 1924.

In 1881 census, lived at 22, Winn Street, Lincoln St Swithin with Sarah Fothergill (widow) - as her Nephew.

In 1891 Census, lived at: 121 William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham (occupation shown as: Town Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector).

In 1901 Census, lived at: 2, Cable Road, Hoylake Cum West Kirby.

Lived at Drummond Road, Hoylake, Wirral.

4 John FOSTER (c. 1811-c. 1878) [543]. Born c. 1811, Reepham, Lincolnshire. Marr Ann HINDLEY 3 Dec 1839, Stainton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Ann PEPPERDINE frm 1 Jul 1857 to 31 Oct 1857. Died c. Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England. Buried 3 Nov 1878, Barlings, Lincolnshire, England.

John was a Coal Agent, living in Reepham in 1861.

In 1871 Census, lived at "Private House, Barlings".

In 1881, Johns widow was a "Coal Merchant", living in Barlings with her younger children.

8 John FOSTER ( - ) [1553]. Marr Elizabeth THOMPSON 1800, Reepham, Lincolnshire.

9 Elizabeth THOMPSON ( - ) [1554].

5 Ann PEPPERDINE (c. 1834- ) [544]. Born c. 1834, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire.

Ann PEPPERDINE, married John Foster in jul - Sep 1857.

In 1841 Census, lived at: "The Hall, Fiskerton".

In 1891 Census, she is shown as being a widow, living at 20, Lincoln Road, Barlings, Longworth.

10 Thomas PEPPERDINE (1799-1859) [1695]. Born 1799, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Marr Pheobe SKEPPER 7 May 1822, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England. Died May 1859, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

11 Pheobe SKEPPER (1799- ) [1696]. Born 1 Sep 1799, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England.

3 Ada BROWN2 (1867-1948) [280]. Born 1867, Parishes of St Nicholas, lincolnshire. Died 1948.


In 1871v Census, living at: Church Lane, St Nicholas, Lincoln, with BROWN, Mark - Head - M - 43 - 1828 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Jane Wife - F - 30 - 1841 - Lincolnshire; BROWN, Emily J - Sister - F - 2 - 1869 - Lincolnshire.

In 1881 Census, living at: 30, Canwick Rd, Lincoln St Mary-Le-Wigford (Stepdaughter to GRAHAM, John William and Jane).

6 Mark BROWN (c. 1828- ) [506]. Born c. 1828, Lincolnshire. Marr Jane MARSHALL 1 May 1859, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

Labourer at Ironworks in 1871.

12 John BROWN (to1796- ) [1718]. Born to 1796, Lincolnshire, England.

13 Elizabeth ( - ) [1719].

7 Jane MARSHALL (c. 1840- ) [507]. Born c. 1840, Lincolnshire.

Sources

1Gordon ??
2FHF & EM Marriage Certificate

Ann FOWLER ( - )

1 Ann FOWLER ( - ) [1049].

2 John FOWLER (1727-1777) [134]. Born 1727, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Elizabeth GULSON 8 May 1760. Died 14 May 1777, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Date of birth clashes with parents dob ??

3 Elizabeth GULSON1 (1726- ) [135]. Born 16 Apr 1726, Coventry, Warwickshire. Died.

6 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

7 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

14 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

15 Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692) [170]. Born c. 1670. Died 1692.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Elizabeth FOWLER ( - )

1 Elizabeth FOWLER ( - ) [1149].

2 John Coulson FOWLER (1762-1805) [1045]. Born 1762, Coventry, UK. Marr Jane PEMBERTON 1789. Died 11 Sep 1805, Coventry, UK.

4 John FOWLER (1727-1777) [134]. Born 1727, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Elizabeth GULSON 8 May 1760. Died 14 May 1777, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Date of birth clashes with parents dob ??

5 Elizabeth GULSON1 (1726- ) [135]. Born 16 Apr 1726, Coventry, Warwickshire. Died.

10 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

11 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

3 Jane PEMBERTON (1761-1813) [1046]. Born 1761. Died 1813.

6 Thomas PEMBERTON ( - ) [1190].

7 Mary ( - ) [1191].

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Hannah FOWLER ( - )

1 Hannah FOWLER ( - ) [1047].

2 John FOWLER (1727-1777) [134]. Born 1727, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Elizabeth GULSON 8 May 1760. Died 14 May 1777, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Date of birth clashes with parents dob ??

3 Elizabeth GULSON1 (1726- ) [135]. Born 16 Apr 1726, Coventry, Warwickshire. Died.

6 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

7 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

14 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

15 Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692) [170]. Born c. 1670. Died 1692.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Jane FOWLER ( - )

1 Jane FOWLER ( - ) [1150].

2 John Coulson FOWLER (1762-1805) [1045]. Born 1762, Coventry, UK. Marr Jane PEMBERTON 1789. Died 11 Sep 1805, Coventry, UK.

4 John FOWLER (1727-1777) [134]. Born 1727, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Elizabeth GULSON 8 May 1760. Died 14 May 1777, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Date of birth clashes with parents dob ??

5 Elizabeth GULSON1 (1726- ) [135]. Born 16 Apr 1726, Coventry, Warwickshire. Died.

10 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

11 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

3 Jane PEMBERTON (1761-1813) [1046]. Born 1761. Died 1813.

6 Thomas PEMBERTON ( - ) [1190].

7 Mary ( - ) [1191].

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

John FOWLER (1727-1777)

1 John FOWLER (1727-1777) [134]. Born 1727, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Elizabeth GULSON 8 May 1760. Died 14 May 1777, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Date of birth clashes with parents dob ??

John FOWLER (1762-1805)

1 John Coulson FOWLER (1762-1805) [1045]. Born 1762, Coventry, UK. Marr Jane PEMBERTON 1789. Died 11 Sep 1805, Coventry, UK.

2 John FOWLER (1727-1777) [134]. Born 1727, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Elizabeth GULSON 8 May 1760. Died 14 May 1777, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Date of birth clashes with parents dob ??

3 Elizabeth GULSON1 (1726- ) [135]. Born 16 Apr 1726, Coventry, Warwickshire. Died.

6 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

7 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

14 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

15 Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692) [170]. Born c. 1670. Died 1692.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Pemberton FOWLER ( - )

1 Pemberton FOWLER ( - ) [1151].

2 John Coulson FOWLER (1762-1805) [1045]. Born 1762, Coventry, UK. Marr Jane PEMBERTON 1789. Died 11 Sep 1805, Coventry, UK.

4 John FOWLER (1727-1777) [134]. Born 1727, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Elizabeth GULSON 8 May 1760. Died 14 May 1777, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Date of birth clashes with parents dob ??

5 Elizabeth GULSON1 (1726- ) [135]. Born 16 Apr 1726, Coventry, Warwickshire. Died.

10 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

11 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

3 Jane PEMBERTON (1761-1813) [1046]. Born 1761. Died 1813.

6 Thomas PEMBERTON ( - ) [1190].

7 Mary ( - ) [1191].

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Sarah FOWLER ( - )

1 Sarah FOWLER ( - ) [1048]. Marr Joseph JALLAND 12 Apr 1792, Coventry, Warwickshire.

2 John FOWLER (1727-1777) [134]. Born 1727, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Elizabeth GULSON 8 May 1760. Died 14 May 1777, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Date of birth clashes with parents dob ??

3 Elizabeth GULSON1 (1726- ) [135]. Born 16 Apr 1726, Coventry, Warwickshire. Died.

6 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

7 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

14 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

15 Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692) [170]. Born c. 1670. Died 1692.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Thomas FOWLER ( - )

1 Thomas FOWLER ( - ) [1152].

2 John Coulson FOWLER (1762-1805) [1045]. Born 1762, Coventry, UK. Marr Jane PEMBERTON 1789. Died 11 Sep 1805, Coventry, UK.

4 John FOWLER (1727-1777) [134]. Born 1727, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Elizabeth GULSON 8 May 1760. Died 14 May 1777, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Date of birth clashes with parents dob ??

5 Elizabeth GULSON1 (1726- ) [135]. Born 16 Apr 1726, Coventry, Warwickshire. Died.

10 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

11 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

3 Jane PEMBERTON (1761-1813) [1046]. Born 1761. Died 1813.

6 Thomas PEMBERTON ( - ) [1190].

7 Mary ( - ) [1191].

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

MARGEURITE FRANCE (c. 1279-c. 1317)

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MARGEURITE OF FRANCE, Marguerite_of_france

1 MARGEURITE OF FRANCE (c. 1279-c. 1317) [1012]. Born c. 1279. Marr Edward I 10 Sep 1299. Died c. 1317.

Mary FRANCUM (1676- )

1 Mary FRANCUM (1676- ) [1158]. Born 1676, Olverston, Gloucester, England. Marr Joseph STURGE 1697.

Louise FREEMAN (1881- )

1 Louise FREEMAN (1881- ) [70]. Born 1881. Marr Clifford Augustus (Gus) WILSON 1909. Died.

Ruby FREEMAN (1896-1979)

1 Ruby Lenora FREEMAN (1896-1979) [300]. Born 19 Dec 1896, Halesworth, Suffolk, England. Died 1979, Gipping, Suffolk, England.

Margaret FROST ( - )

1 Margaret FROST ( - ) [372]. Born. Died.

Mary FRY ( - )

1 Mary FRY ( - ) [829].

Aliva GAI (1166- )

1 Aliva DE GAI (1166- ) [580]. Born 1166. Marr Alan BASSETT 1183.

2 Philip DE GAI (1143- ) [991]. Born 1143, Wooton Bassett.

3 Sedzilia DE BERKELEY (1145- ) [992]. Born 1145, Berkeley Castle, Gloucs.

Philip GAI (1143- )

1 Philip DE GAI (1143- ) [991]. Born 1143, Wooton Bassett.

Hazel GARRETT (1976- )

1 Hazel Georgina GARRETT (1976- ) [651]. Born 4 Aug 1976. Marr Mark John Harold FOSTER 21 Aug 1999, St Augustine's Church, Bradford, Engl.

Andrew GASKELL ( - )

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Mother: Karen FOSTER, karen_f

1 Andrew GASKELL ( - ) [292]. Born. Died.

2 Michael GASKELL ( - ) [109]. Born. Died.

3 Karen FOSTER ( - ) [17]. Born. Died.

6 Ian FOSTER (c. 1920- ) [14]. Born c. 1920. Marr Pat NOALAN.

12 Frances Harold FOSTER1 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

13 Ethel MICKLE2 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

7 Pat NOALAN ( - ) [20]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Grave stone & Marriage certificate
2Grave stone & Grand-son

John GASKELL ( - )

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Mother: Karen FOSTER, karen_f

1 John GASKELL ( - ) [291]. Born. Died.

2 Michael GASKELL ( - ) [109]. Born. Died.

3 Karen FOSTER ( - ) [17]. Born. Died.

6 Ian FOSTER (c. 1920- ) [14]. Born c. 1920. Marr Pat NOALAN.

12 Frances Harold FOSTER1 (1887-1954) [16]. Born 14 Sep 1887, South Shields, Co Durham. Marr Ethel MICKLE 15 Jun 1912, St Matthews Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Died 24 May 1954, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

In 1891 census, lived at: William Street, Houghton Le Spring, Warden Law, Durham with parents.

In the 1901 census, was a boarding student at Calday Grange Gramar School (rev William Hollowell was Headmaster).

in the 1911 census for Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a Boarder at 331 Pritchard, with Geo and Elizabeth Wade (age shown as 24).
When married, lived at 365 Lipton Street - Roll Number: 13022125000
Neighbourhood Area: St Matthews; Market Region 4, Inner City. House had a Total Living Area of 988 sq. ft. The building was a 1&1/2 Storey with a basement, built in 1909 with 5 rooms.

On december 30th 1915 joined the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion (107th (Winnipeg) Bn. Formed at Winnipeg on 04 Nov 1915 - became the 107th Canadian Pioneer Bn on 21 Jan 1917 and joined the 1st Division). They sailed for France on February 25, 1917 and served in France and Flanders as Pioneers until the re-organization of the Canadian Corps Engineers in March of 1917. At that time the Pioneer battalions were re-organized over the next few months and absorbed into the Canadian Engineers. The 107th was disbanded and absorbed into the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Engineer battalions on May 28, 1918. Held rank of Company Sergeant-Major (CSM).

13 Ethel MICKLE2 (1887-1976) [15]. Born 7 Dec 1887, Birkenhead. Died 5 Apr 1976, Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby.

From the 'Herald & Visitor', Saturday June 1st 1912. "We heartily wish bon voyage to Miss Ethel Mickle, elder daughter of Mr Charles Mickle, of Cable Road, Hoylake, who sails tomorrow (Saturday) in the Tetonic for Winnipeg via Montreal. The young lady, who became engaged some four years ago, is going out to fulfill her promise to Mr Harold Foster, son of Mr & Mrs Thomas Foster, of Drummond Road. Her fiance served his articles in the Surveyors Department of the Hoylake and West Kirby District Council (of which his father was for many years the head), and about three years since he went to Canada, where he has been most successful in his profession. The young lady is to be accompanied by her father, who will 'give her away,' and who hopes to return in a few weeks time, having seen the nuptial knot tied, and leaving the young couple to make thay success in life which is wished for them by a large circle of friends, amongst whom we are pleased to count ourselves. We have pleasure in knowing that the voyagers will carry with them a large number of handsome and valuable presents, which will assist in reminding the young people of their friends in old England, as well as add to the comfort and beauty of their home in the far west."

From the Ships Passenger list:

date of departure 1 June 1912
ship: Teutonic
steamship line: White Star Dominion
from: Liverpool to: Montreal, Canada
Miss E MICKLE Occupation: Domestic
Mr C MICKLE Occupation: Cotton Broker.

7 Pat NOALAN ( - ) [20]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Grave stone & Marriage certificate
2Grave stone & Grand-son

Michael GASKELL ( - )

1 Michael GASKELL ( - ) [109]. Born. Died.

John GELLATLY (1811- )

1 John GELLATLY ??? (1811- ) [684]. Born 1811, Scotland.

May or may not be correct? - need to get marriage certificate for mary jane ?? and George Mickle.

Margaret GIBSON ( -1966)

1 Margaret Ellen GIBSON ( -1966) [505]. Marr George WITHY 26 Sep 1936, Stockport, Cheshire. Marr George WITHY. Died 1966.

Third wife of George Withy.

Myra GIBSON ( - )

1 Myra Ord GIBSON ( - ) [1194]. Marr Peter Desmond MACLELLAN 24 Feb 1940.

Isabella GLADSTONES ( - )

1 Isabella GLADSTONES ( - ) [859]. Marr Mathew WRIGHT 2 Apr 1851, Stoke Newington, London.

2 James GLADSTONES ( - ) [860].

James GLADSTONES ( - )

1 James GLADSTONES ( - ) [860].

Hilda GLENSOR (1917-1966)

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Hilda GLENSOR, hilda glensor

1 Hilda GLENSOR (1917-1966) [209]. Born 1917. Died 1966.

2 George Harold GLENSOR (c. 1892-1950) [1984]. Born c. 1892, Stratford, Essex. Marr Evelyn GOULD Q4 1914. Died 1950, Yorkshire.

4 Thomas Willomat GLENSOR (1853- ) [1987]. Born 1853, Stratford, Essex. Marr Louisa Mahala TERRY Q2 1876, Mile End Old Town, London.

5 Louisa Mahala TERRY (1855- ) [1988]. Born 1855, Ipswich, Suffolk.

3 Evelyn GOULD ( - ) [1985].

Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692)

1 Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692) [170]. Born c. 1670. Marr Sampson LLOYD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692.

Eleanor GORGES (1262- )

1 Eleanor DE GORGES (1262- ) [875]. Born 1262, Wraxhall, Somerset.

2 Sir Ralph DE GORGES ( -1271) [884]. Died 1271.

3 Elena DE MORVILLE ( -1292) [885]. Died 1292.

Sir GORGES ( -1271)

1 Sir Ralph DE GORGES ( -1271) [884]. Died 1271.

Susan GOUGH ( - )

1 Susan GOUGH ( - ) [745].

Jean GRAHAM (1923-1995)

1 Jean Margaret GRAHAM (1923-1995) [1091]. Born 31 Jan 1923, Otaki, Wellington, New Zealand. Marr Terence MOLONY 4 Jun 1943, Tepuke, Bay Of Plenty, New Zealand. Died 1 Mar 1995, Tepuke, Bay Of Plenty, New Zealand.

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2 John Hunter GRAHAM ( - ) [1092].

3 Margaret Louisa SMITH ( - ) [1093].

John GRAHAM ( - )

1 John Hunter GRAHAM ( - ) [1092].

Nicole GRASSER (1929- )

1 Nicole GRASSER (1929- ) [216]. Born 1929. Died.

First wife. Second wife is Anne Fishburn (b 1943).

??? GRAY ( - )

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Father: Avon GRAY, 205 alcester Road Kingsheath

1 ??? GRAY ( - ) [271]. Born. Died.

2 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

4 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

8 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

9 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

5 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

3 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

6 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

7 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923)

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Avon GRAY, 205 alcester Road Kingsheath

1 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

2 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

4 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

5 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

3 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Avon GRAY ( - )

1 Avon GRAY ( - ) [101]. Born. Died.

3 Valerie ( - ) [97]. Born. Died.

First wife of Avon Gray.

Avon GRAY ( - )

1 Avon GRAY ( - ) [95]. Born. Died.

Edward Gray was adopted by Avon James Gray & Mabel Wilson.

3 Betty LANGSTON ( - ) [94]. Born. Died.

Avon GRAY (1888- )

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Avon James (Laddie) GRAY, avon james gray patents 1920-30

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Father: Avon GRAY, 205 alcester Road Kingsheath

1 Avon James (Laddie) GRAY (1888- ) [262]. Born 1888, Kings Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Mabel WILSON 1912, Kings Norton, Worcestershire. Died.

in 1911 census, was: Manager (Electro Plate manufacturers)

Edward Gray was adopted by Avon James Gray & Mabel Wilson.

2 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

4 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

8 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

9 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

5 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

3 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

6 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

7 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Bertram GRAY ( - )

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Father: Charles Wilson GRAY, c w gray_l walford wedding 1914

1 Bertram GRAY ( - ) [268]. Born. Died.

2 Charles Wilson GRAY (1889- ) [258]. Born 1889, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Marr Lily WALFORD 19 Aug 1914. Died.

4 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

8 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

9 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

5 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

10 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

11 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

3 Lily WALFORD ( - ) [259]. Born. Died.

6 Matthew WALFORD ( - ) [1968].

Bertram GRAY (c. 1892-1981)

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Father: Avon GRAY, 205 alcester Road Kingsheath

1 Bertram Allen GRAY (c. 1892-1981) [34]. Born c. 1892, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died 1981.

Bertram's first wife was Milly, mother of Edward (Ted) Gray, who was adopted by Avon James Gray and Mabel Wilson
Kings Norton

In 1911 census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath, Worcestershire - Apprentice.

2 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

4 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

8 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

9 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

5 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

3 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

6 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

7 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Brian GRAY ( - )

1 Brian GRAY ( - ) [96]. Born.

Adopted.

2 Edward (Ted) GRAY (1920-1987) [272]. Born 1920. Died 1987.

Edward Gray was adopted by Avon James Gray & Mabel Wilson.

4 Bertram Allen GRAY (c. 1892-1981) [34]. Born c. 1892, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died 1981.

Bertram's first wife was Milly, mother of Edward (Ted) Gray, who was adopted by Avon James Gray and Mabel Wilson
Kings Norton

In 1911 census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath, Worcestershire - Apprentice.

8 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

9 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

5 Milly ( - ) [93]. Born. Died.

First wife of Bertram Allen Gray.

3 Betty LANGSTON ( - ) [94]. Born. Died.

Bunty GRAY ( - )

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Father: Charles Wilson GRAY, c w gray_l walford wedding 1914

1 Bunty GRAY ( - ) [270]. Born. Died.

2 Charles Wilson GRAY (1889- ) [258]. Born 1889, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Marr Lily WALFORD 19 Aug 1914. Died.

4 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

8 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

9 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

5 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

10 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

11 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

3 Lily WALFORD ( - ) [259]. Born. Died.

6 Matthew WALFORD ( - ) [1968].

Caitlin GRAY ( - )

1 Caitlin GRAY ( - ) [99]. Born. Died.

2 Avon GRAY ( - ) [95]. Born. Died.

Edward Gray was adopted by Avon James Gray & Mabel Wilson.

5 Betty LANGSTON ( - ) [94]. Born. Died.

3 Esther ( - ) [98]. Born. Died.

Second wife of Avon Gray (his first wife was Valerie).

Charles GRAY (1889- )

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Charles Wilson GRAY, c w gray_l walford wedding 1914

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Father: Avon GRAY, 205 alcester Road Kingsheath

1 Charles Wilson GRAY (1889- ) [258]. Born 1889, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Marr Lily WALFORD 19 Aug 1914. Died.

2 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

4 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

8 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

9 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

5 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

3 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

6 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

7 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Debbie GRAY ( - )

1 Debbie GRAY ( - ) [100]. Born. Died.

3 Valerie ( - ) [97]. Born. Died.

First wife of Avon Gray.

Dorothy GRAY (1925-2014)

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Dorothy Elizabeth GRAY, 2009, age 84, betty2

1 Dorothy Elizabeth GRAY1 (1925-2014) [9]. Born 14 Sep 1925, Northfield, Birmingham(at home). Marr George WITHY 15 Apr 1950, St Lawrence Church, Northfield, Birmingham. Died 21 Feb 2014, Elderhome, Clatterbridge.

2 Bertram Allen GRAY (c. 1892-1981) [34]. Born c. 1892, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died 1981.

Bertram's first wife was Milly, mother of Edward (Ted) Gray, who was adopted by Avon James Gray and Mabel Wilson
Kings Norton

In 1911 census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath, Worcestershire - Apprentice.

4 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

8 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

9 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

5 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

10 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

11 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

3 Dorothy (Dolly) WILSON2 (1902-1981) [35]. Born 19 Apr 1902, Kingsheath Birmingham. Died 12 Aug 1981, Birmingham.

Second wife of Bertram Allen Gray (first wife was Milly).

6 William Clifford WILSON (1861- ) [58]. Born 1861, Northampton, Northamptonshire. Marr Alice Clara BULL 1881, Kings Norton, Worcestershire.

12 Richard WILSON (1836- ) [315]. Born 1836, Yorkshire. Marr Ellen (Helen) (could be FREEMAN or STEEL or GARDNER?). Died.

In 1871 Census lived at 63 Essington street, Birmingham.

13 Ellen (Helen) (could be FREEMAN or STEEL or GARDNER?) (1832- ) [316]. Born 1832, Northamptonshire Dallington. Died.

1911 census - at 8 Maurice Road King's Heath Birmingham with William & Alice.

7 Alice Clara BULL (1862-1927) [59]. Born 1862, Sussex Brighton. Died 20 May 1927.

14 BULL ( - ) [313]. Born. Died.

15 [unnamed person] ( - ) [314]. Born. Died.

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1In person
2Daughter - D B Gray

Edward GRAY (1835- )

1 Edward GRAY (1835- ) [560]. Born 1835, Warwickshire.

2 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

3 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

Edward GRAY (1920-1987)

1 Edward (Ted) GRAY (1920-1987) [272]. Born 1920. Died 1987.

Edward Gray was adopted by Avon James Gray & Mabel Wilson.

2 Bertram Allen GRAY (c. 1892-1981) [34]. Born c. 1892, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died 1981.

Bertram's first wife was Milly, mother of Edward (Ted) Gray, who was adopted by Avon James Gray and Mabel Wilson
Kings Norton

In 1911 census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath, Worcestershire - Apprentice.

4 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

8 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

9 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

5 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

10 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

11 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

3 Milly ( - ) [93]. Born. Died.

First wife of Bertram Allen Gray.

Emma GRAY (1846- )

1 Emma G GRAY (1846- ) [518]. Born 1846, Warwickshire.

2 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

4 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

5 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

3 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Ethel GRAY (1896- )

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Father: Avon GRAY, 205 alcester Road Kingsheath

1 Ethel Grace (Tuck) GRAY (1896- ) [265]. Born 1896, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died.

2 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

4 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

8 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

9 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

5 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

3 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

6 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

7 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Fanny GRAY (1850- )

1 Fanny GRAY (1850- ) [521]. Born 1850, Birmingham.

2 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

4 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

5 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

3 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Jackie GRAY (1952- )

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Father: Trevor GRAY, trevor1

1 Jackie GRAY (1952- ) [38]. Born 1952. Marr Roger MOORES 1984. Died.

2 Trevor GRAY (1928- ) [11]. Born 20 May 1928.

4 Bertram Allen GRAY (c. 1892-1981) [34]. Born c. 1892, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died 1981.

Bertram's first wife was Milly, mother of Edward (Ted) Gray, who was adopted by Avon James Gray and Mabel Wilson
Kings Norton

In 1911 census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath, Worcestershire - Apprentice.

8 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

9 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

5 Dorothy (Dolly) WILSON1 (1902-1981) [35]. Born 19 Apr 1902, Kingsheath Birmingham. Died 12 Aug 1981, Birmingham.

Second wife of Bertram Allen Gray (first wife was Milly).

10 William Clifford WILSON (1861- ) [58]. Born 1861, Northampton, Northamptonshire. Marr Alice Clara BULL 1881, Kings Norton, Worcestershire.

11 Alice Clara BULL (1862-1927) [59]. Born 1862, Sussex Brighton. Died 20 May 1927.

3 Doreen POUNTNEY ( - ) [36]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Daughter - D B Gray

John GRAY (1848- )

1 John GRAY (1848- ) [520]. Born 1848, Birmingham.

2 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

4 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

5 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

3 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

John GRAY (1821- )

1 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

2 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

3 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

Julia GRAY (1965- )

1 Julia GRAY (1965- ) [80]. Born 1965. Died.

2 Richard GRAY (1941- ) [12]. Born 21 Dec 1941. Marr Mary JAMES 17 Dec 1963.

4 Bertram Allen GRAY (c. 1892-1981) [34]. Born c. 1892, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died 1981.

Bertram's first wife was Milly, mother of Edward (Ted) Gray, who was adopted by Avon James Gray and Mabel Wilson
Kings Norton

In 1911 census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath, Worcestershire - Apprentice.

8 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

9 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

5 Dorothy (Dolly) WILSON1 (1902-1981) [35]. Born 19 Apr 1902, Kingsheath Birmingham. Died 12 Aug 1981, Birmingham.

Second wife of Bertram Allen Gray (first wife was Milly).

10 William Clifford WILSON (1861- ) [58]. Born 1861, Northampton, Northamptonshire. Marr Alice Clara BULL 1881, Kings Norton, Worcestershire.

11 Alice Clara BULL (1862-1927) [59]. Born 1862, Sussex Brighton. Died 20 May 1927.

3 Mary JAMES (1941- ) [78]. Born 1941. Died.

Sources

1Daughter - D B Gray

Lauren GRAY ( - )

1 Lauren GRAY ( - ) [45]. Born. Died.

2 Paul GRAY (1954- ) [37]. Born 1954. Died.

4 Trevor GRAY (1928- ) [11]. Born 20 May 1928.

8 Bertram Allen GRAY (c. 1892-1981) [34]. Born c. 1892, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died 1981.

Bertram's first wife was Milly, mother of Edward (Ted) Gray, who was adopted by Avon James Gray and Mabel Wilson
Kings Norton

In 1911 census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath, Worcestershire - Apprentice.

9 Dorothy (Dolly) WILSON1 (1902-1981) [35]. Born 19 Apr 1902, Kingsheath Birmingham. Died 12 Aug 1981, Birmingham.

Second wife of Bertram Allen Gray (first wife was Milly).

5 Doreen POUNTNEY ( - ) [36]. Born. Died.

3 Andrea BARRETT ( - ) [40]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Daughter - D B Gray

Paul GRAY (1954- )

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Father: Trevor GRAY, trevor1

1 Paul GRAY (1954- ) [37]. Born 1954. Died.

2 Trevor GRAY (1928- ) [11]. Born 20 May 1928.

4 Bertram Allen GRAY (c. 1892-1981) [34]. Born c. 1892, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died 1981.

Bertram's first wife was Milly, mother of Edward (Ted) Gray, who was adopted by Avon James Gray and Mabel Wilson
Kings Norton

In 1911 census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath, Worcestershire - Apprentice.

8 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

9 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

5 Dorothy (Dolly) WILSON1 (1902-1981) [35]. Born 19 Apr 1902, Kingsheath Birmingham. Died 12 Aug 1981, Birmingham.

Second wife of Bertram Allen Gray (first wife was Milly).

10 William Clifford WILSON (1861- ) [58]. Born 1861, Northampton, Northamptonshire. Marr Alice Clara BULL 1881, Kings Norton, Worcestershire.

11 Alice Clara BULL (1862-1927) [59]. Born 1862, Sussex Brighton. Died 20 May 1927.

3 Doreen POUNTNEY ( - ) [36]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Daughter - D B Gray

Reginald GRAY ( - )

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Father: Charles Wilson GRAY, c w gray_l walford wedding 1914

1 Reginald GRAY ( - ) [269]. Born. Died.

2 Charles Wilson GRAY (1889- ) [258]. Born 1889, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Marr Lily WALFORD 19 Aug 1914. Died.

4 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

8 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

9 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

5 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

10 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

11 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

3 Lily WALFORD ( - ) [259]. Born. Died.

6 Matthew WALFORD ( - ) [1968].

Robin GRAY (1938-1938)

1 Robin GRAY (1938-1938) [92]. Born 1938. Died 1938.

2 Bertram Allen GRAY (c. 1892-1981) [34]. Born c. 1892, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died 1981.

Bertram's first wife was Milly, mother of Edward (Ted) Gray, who was adopted by Avon James Gray and Mabel Wilson
Kings Norton

In 1911 census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath, Worcestershire - Apprentice.

4 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

8 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

9 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

5 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

10 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

11 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

3 Dorothy (Dolly) WILSON1 (1902-1981) [35]. Born 19 Apr 1902, Kingsheath Birmingham. Died 12 Aug 1981, Birmingham.

Second wife of Bertram Allen Gray (first wife was Milly).

6 William Clifford WILSON (1861- ) [58]. Born 1861, Northampton, Northamptonshire. Marr Alice Clara BULL 1881, Kings Norton, Worcestershire.

12 Richard WILSON (1836- ) [315]. Born 1836, Yorkshire. Marr Ellen (Helen) (could be FREEMAN or STEEL or GARDNER?). Died.

In 1871 Census lived at 63 Essington street, Birmingham.

13 Ellen (Helen) (could be FREEMAN or STEEL or GARDNER?) (1832- ) [316]. Born 1832, Northamptonshire Dallington. Died.

1911 census - at 8 Maurice Road King's Heath Birmingham with William & Alice.

7 Alice Clara BULL (1862-1927) [59]. Born 1862, Sussex Brighton. Died 20 May 1927.

14 BULL ( - ) [313]. Born. Died.

15 [unnamed person] ( - ) [314]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Daughter - D B Gray

Rodney GRAY ( - )

1 Rodney GRAY ( - ) [102]. Born. Died.

3 Valerie ( - ) [97]. Born. Died.

First wife of Avon Gray.

Sarah GRAY (1827- )

1 Sarah GRAY (1827- ) [558]. Born 1827, Warwickshire.

2 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

3 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

Thomas GRAY (1822- )

1 Thomas GRAY (1822- ) [557]. Born 1822, Warwickshire.

2 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

3 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

Thomas GRAY (1792- )

1 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

Tracey GRAY ( - )

1 Tracey GRAY ( - ) [103]. Born. Died.

3 Valerie ( - ) [97]. Born. Died.

First wife of Avon Gray.

Trevor GRAY (1928- )

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Trevor GRAY, trevor1

1 Trevor GRAY (1928- ) [11]. Born 20 May 1928.

2 Bertram Allen GRAY (c. 1892-1981) [34]. Born c. 1892, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died 1981.

Bertram's first wife was Milly, mother of Edward (Ted) Gray, who was adopted by Avon James Gray and Mabel Wilson
Kings Norton

In 1911 census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath, Worcestershire - Apprentice.

4 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

8 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

9 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

5 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

10 James ALLEN (1822- ) [648]. Born 1822, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

11 Sarah Ann (HADLAND?) (1826- ) [649]. Born 1826, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

3 Dorothy (Dolly) WILSON1 (1902-1981) [35]. Born 19 Apr 1902, Kingsheath Birmingham. Died 12 Aug 1981, Birmingham.

Second wife of Bertram Allen Gray (first wife was Milly).

6 William Clifford WILSON (1861- ) [58]. Born 1861, Northampton, Northamptonshire. Marr Alice Clara BULL 1881, Kings Norton, Worcestershire.

12 Richard WILSON (1836- ) [315]. Born 1836, Yorkshire. Marr Ellen (Helen) (could be FREEMAN or STEEL or GARDNER?). Died.

In 1871 Census lived at 63 Essington street, Birmingham.

13 Ellen (Helen) (could be FREEMAN or STEEL or GARDNER?) (1832- ) [316]. Born 1832, Northamptonshire Dallington. Died.

1911 census - at 8 Maurice Road King's Heath Birmingham with William & Alice.

7 Alice Clara BULL (1862-1927) [59]. Born 1862, Sussex Brighton. Died 20 May 1927.

14 BULL ( - ) [313]. Born. Died.

15 [unnamed person] ( - ) [314]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Daughter - D B Gray

Walter GRAY (1861- )

1 Walter GRAY (1861- ) [519]. Born 1861, Worcester, Kings Norton.

in 1861 Census, lived at: Woodland Cottage, Lansdown Place, Kings Norton.

2 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

4 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

5 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

3 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Wendy GRAY (1968- )

1 Wendy GRAY (1968- ) [79]. Born 1968. Died.

2 Richard GRAY (1941- ) [12]. Born 21 Dec 1941. Marr Mary JAMES 17 Dec 1963.

4 Bertram Allen GRAY (c. 1892-1981) [34]. Born c. 1892, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Died 1981.

Bertram's first wife was Milly, mother of Edward (Ted) Gray, who was adopted by Avon James Gray and Mabel Wilson
Kings Norton

In 1911 census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath, Worcestershire - Apprentice.

8 Avon GRAY (1859-c. 1923) [260]. Born 10 Sep 1859, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire. Marr Emily Louisa ALLEN 5 Feb 1885. Died c. 1923.

In 1911 Census, lived at: 205 Alcester Road, Kings Heath
In 1901 Census, lived at: Featherstone Road, Kings Norton
In 1891 census, Profession was: Commission Agent and lived at: 8, Featherstone Road, Kings Norton, Kings Heath
In 1881 Census, Profession was: Manufactr Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys; lived at: Laburnam Cottage, Taylor Rd, Kings Norton (with mother - shown as Widow)
In 1871 Census, lived at: Moseley Road, Aston, Birmingham, County:
Warwickshire.

9 Emily Louisa ALLEN (1857- ) [261]. Born 1857, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Died.

5 Dorothy (Dolly) WILSON1 (1902-1981) [35]. Born 19 Apr 1902, Kingsheath Birmingham. Died 12 Aug 1981, Birmingham.

Second wife of Bertram Allen Gray (first wife was Milly).

10 William Clifford WILSON (1861- ) [58]. Born 1861, Northampton, Northamptonshire. Marr Alice Clara BULL 1881, Kings Norton, Worcestershire.

11 Alice Clara BULL (1862-1927) [59]. Born 1862, Sussex Brighton. Died 20 May 1927.

3 Mary JAMES (1941- ) [78]. Born 1941. Died.

Sources

1Daughter - D B Gray

William GRAY (1830- )

1 William GRAY (1830- ) [559]. Born 1830, Warwickshire.

2 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

3 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

William GRAY (1844- )

1 William T GRAY (1844- ) [517]. Born 1844, Warwickshire.

2 John GRAY (1821- ) [516]. Born 1821, Warwickshire. Marr Emma REYNOLDS 1843, Birmingham.

In 1871 Census, lived at: Back Of Guildford Street, Birmingham
In 1851 Census, lived at: 201/2, Bromsgrove Street, Saint Martins, Birmingham.

4 Thomas GRAY (1792- ) [555]. Born 1792.

In 1841 census, lived at Bishop Street, St Martin, Birmingham.

5 Elizabeth (1801- ) [556]. Born 1801.

3 Emma REYNOLDS (1820- ) [515]. Born 1820, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Christina GREAVES (1891-1977)

1 Christina Lily GREAVES (1891-1977) [342]. Born 21 Dec 1891. Died 26 May 1977.

Eleanor GREY (1481- )

1 Eleanor GREY (1481- ) [921]. Born 1481, Groby, Leics. Marr John ARUNDELL 1499, Lanherne, Cornwall.

Elizabeth GRIFFITH (1508- )

1 Elizabeth GRIFFITH (1508- ) [909]. Born 1508.

2 William GRIFFITH (1478- ) [910]. Born 1478.

3 Jane STRADLING ( - ) [911].

6 Thomas STRADLING ( - ) [912].

7 Jenet MATHEW ( -1535) [913]. Died 5 Feb 1535.

14 Thomas MATHEW ( - ) [914].

15 [unnamed person] ( - ) [915].

William GRIFFITH (1478- )

1 William GRIFFITH (1478- ) [910]. Born 1478.

Ann(a) GULSON (1722- )

1 Ann(a) GULSON (1722- ) [1040]. Born 19 Aug 1722.

2 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

3 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

6 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

12 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

13 Sarah Elizabeth LORT1 (1633-1685) [172]. Born 2 Nov 1633, Stockpole Court, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Died 1685.

7 Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692) [170]. Born c. 1670. Died 1692.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Elizabeth GULSON (1726- )

1 Elizabeth GULSON1 (1726- ) [135]. Born 16 Apr 1726, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr John FOWLER 8 May 1760. Died.

2 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

3 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

6 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

12 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

13 Sarah Elizabeth LORT1 (1633-1685) [172]. Born 2 Nov 1633, Stockpole Court, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Died 1685.

7 Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692) [170]. Born c. 1670. Died 1692.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

John GULSON (c. 1730-1758)

1 John GULSON (c. 1730-1758) [1042]. Born c. Jul 1730. Died 6 Jan 1758.

2 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

3 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

6 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

12 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

13 Sarah Elizabeth LORT1 (1633-1685) [172]. Born 2 Nov 1633, Stockpole Court, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Died 1685.

7 Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692) [170]. Born c. 1670. Died 1692.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

John GULSON (1685-1728)

1 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

Mary GULSON (1716- )

1 Mary GULSON (1716- ) [1037]. Born 20 Apr 1716. Marr John HARRIS 1 Jun 1739, Coventry, Warwickshire.

2 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

3 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

6 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

12 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

13 Sarah Elizabeth LORT1 (1633-1685) [172]. Born 2 Nov 1633, Stockpole Court, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Died 1685.

7 Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692) [170]. Born c. 1670. Died 1692.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Rebekah GULSON (1724-1728)

1 Rebekah GULSON (1724-1728) [1041]. Born 18 Apr 1724. Died 12 Jul 1728. Buried 12 Jul 1728.

2 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

3 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

6 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

12 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

13 Sarah Elizabeth LORT1 (1633-1685) [172]. Born 2 Nov 1633, Stockpole Court, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Died 1685.

7 Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692) [170]. Born c. 1670. Died 1692.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Sarah GULSON (1720- )

1 Sarah GULSON (1720- ) [1039]. Born 12 Jun 1720. Marr Charles ENGLAND 9 Mar 1745, Coventry, Warwickshire.

2 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

3 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

6 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

12 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

13 Sarah Elizabeth LORT1 (1633-1685) [172]. Born 2 Nov 1633, Stockpole Court, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Died 1685.

7 Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692) [170]. Born c. 1670. Died 1692.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

William GULSON (1718-1719)

1 William GULSON (1718-1719) [1038]. Born 6 Aug 1718. Died 22 Jul 1719. Buried 22 Jul 1719.

2 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

3 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

6 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

12 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

13 Sarah Elizabeth LORT1 (1633-1685) [172]. Born 2 Nov 1633, Stockpole Court, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Died 1685.

7 Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692) [170]. Born c. 1670. Died 1692.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Maria GUNDRY (1764-1843)

1 Maria GUNDRY (1764-1843) [1189]. Born 1764. Marr William Tully SIMPSON 11 Dec 1793, Calne. Died 1843.

2 William GUNDRY ( - ) [1213].

3 Katherine ( - ) [1214].

Mary HANNAH (1843- )

1 Mary Jane HANNAH (1843- ) [549]. Born 1843, Liverpool. Marr George MICKLE.

Tina HANSON (1968- )

1 Tina HANSON (1968- ) [362]. Born 28 Nov 1968. Died.

John HARRIS ( - )

1 John HARRIS ( - ) [1043]. Marr Mary GULSON 1 Jun 1739, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Andrew HARVEY ( - )

1 Andrew HARVEY ( - ) [86]. Born. Died.

Edward HARWOOD (1739-1806)

1 Edward HARWOOD (1739-1806) [564]. Born 16 Nov 1739, Bristol, Gloucs, England. Marr Mary TANNER 21 Nov 1770, Bleadon, Somerset, England. Died 2 Apr 1806, Bristol, Gloucs, England. Buried 9 Apr 1806, Frenchay.

In 1784, is listed in deeds for Marigold Court, Mangotsfield with Sir Jno (John) H Smyth, W Hole (ref: "Our Parish Mangotsfield and Downend" by S Jones.
A Mr Harwood of Almondsbury is shown as owner of Bury Hill part of the Baugh Farm Estate around 1779, occupied by Mr W Matthews, who resides in Wickwick Manor House close by, bought by Mr E Harwood (1755).

2 Edward HARWOOD ( -c. 1769) [834]. Marr Hester BOYE 13 Feb 1726, Sidcot. Died c. 1769.

Lived in Frampton
Cotterell
Gloucestershire.

3 Hester BOYE ( -1777) [835]. Died 2 Jan 1777, Frenchay. Buried 7 Jan 1777, Frenchay.

Hester Boye (widow - Frenchay meeting) married Edward Harwood (Frampton Cotterel meeting).

7 Francis ( - ) [1206].

Edward HARWOOD ( -c. 1769)

1 Edward HARWOOD ( -c. 1769) [834]. Marr Hester BOYE 13 Feb 1726, Sidcot. Died c. 1769.

Lived in Frampton
Cotterell
Gloucestershire.

Lydia HARWOOD (1772-1860)

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Lydia HARWOOD, 1860, age 88, Edward and Lydia Withy deaths_1860

1 Lydia HARWOOD (1772-1860) [111]. Born 4 Feb 1772, Barton Regis. Marr George (junior) WITHY 17 Jun 1794, Bristol Quaker. Died 3 Jun 1860, Portishead, Somerset.

In 1841 census, WITHY, Lydia age 65, Born 1776, living at: Flax Bourton, Long Ashton, Bedminster, Somerset

In 1851 Census living with Son at 9, Pierrepont St, Saint James, Bath as "Widow Annuitant".

2 Edward HARWOOD (1739-1806) [564]. Born 16 Nov 1739, Bristol, Gloucs, England. Marr Mary TANNER 21 Nov 1770, Bleadon, Somerset, England. Died 2 Apr 1806, Bristol, Gloucs, England. Buried 9 Apr 1806, Frenchay.

In 1784, is listed in deeds for Marigold Court, Mangotsfield with Sir Jno (John) H Smyth, W Hole (ref: "Our Parish Mangotsfield and Downend" by S Jones.
A Mr Harwood of Almondsbury is shown as owner of Bury Hill part of the Baugh Farm Estate around 1779, occupied by Mr W Matthews, who resides in Wickwick Manor House close by, bought by Mr E Harwood (1755).

4 Edward HARWOOD ( -c. 1769) [834]. Marr Hester BOYE 13 Feb 1726, Sidcot. Died c. 1769.

Lived in Frampton
Cotterell
Gloucestershire.

5 Hester BOYE ( -1777) [835]. Died 2 Jan 1777, Frenchay. Buried 7 Jan 1777, Frenchay.

Hester Boye (widow - Frenchay meeting) married Edward Harwood (Frampton Cotterel meeting).

11 Francis ( - ) [1206].

3 Mary TANNER (c. 1744-1803) [565]. Born c. 22 Jan 1744, Bleadon, Somerset, England. Died 15 Mar 1803, Bristol, Gloucs, England.

Somerset Marriages (post-1754): Wedding Date:21 Nov 1770 - Groom Forenames:Edward - Groom Surname:Harwood - Groom's parish:Sts. Philip & Jacob - Groom's county:GLS
Bride's Forenames:Mary - Bride's Surname:Tanner - Bride's parish:Bladon - Bride's condition:Quaker
Place:Sidcot
Witnesses:Son/o Edw.(decd)/Hester of Frampton C, dau/o Wm / Rachel(decd)
At time of death is shown as living at: Barton Hill, St Phillip,
St Jacob Bristol.

6 William TANNER (c. 1708- ) [566]. Born c. 1708. Marr Rachel THOMAS c. 1733.

Hathern JUELL is shown as a "relation of & lived with William Tanner
- died 9 August 1754 buried in Thornbury (Frenchay Friends ref: R3 592 77).

12 William TANNER (c. 1682- ) [1055]. Born c. 1682. Marr Mary STURGE 1707.

13 Mary STURGE (c. 1685- ) [1056]. Born c. 1685.

7 Rachel THOMAS (c. 1711-c. 1769) [567]. Born c. 1711. Died c. 1769.

Samuel HARWOOD (1777-1829)

1 Samuel HARWOOD (1777-1829) [568]. Born 16 Oct 1777, Barton Hill, Bristol, England, England. Marr Elizabeth WITHY 5 Dec 1817, Barton Hill, Bristol, Gloucs, England.1 Died 22 Jul 1829, Barton Hill, Bristol, Gloucs, England.

Marriage - 1817 12 5 Frenchay Friends record R2 579 597 35 16.

2 Edward HARWOOD (1739-1806) [564]. Born 16 Nov 1739, Bristol, Gloucs, England. Marr Mary TANNER 21 Nov 1770, Bleadon, Somerset, England. Died 2 Apr 1806, Bristol, Gloucs, England. Buried 9 Apr 1806, Frenchay.

In 1784, is listed in deeds for Marigold Court, Mangotsfield with Sir Jno (John) H Smyth, W Hole (ref: "Our Parish Mangotsfield and Downend" by S Jones.
A Mr Harwood of Almondsbury is shown as owner of Bury Hill part of the Baugh Farm Estate around 1779, occupied by Mr W Matthews, who resides in Wickwick Manor House close by, bought by Mr E Harwood (1755).

4 Edward HARWOOD ( -c. 1769) [834]. Marr Hester BOYE 13 Feb 1726, Sidcot. Died c. 1769.

Lived in Frampton
Cotterell
Gloucestershire.

5 Hester BOYE ( -1777) [835]. Died 2 Jan 1777, Frenchay. Buried 7 Jan 1777, Frenchay.

Hester Boye (widow - Frenchay meeting) married Edward Harwood (Frampton Cotterel meeting).

11 Francis ( - ) [1206].

3 Mary TANNER (c. 1744-1803) [565]. Born c. 22 Jan 1744, Bleadon, Somerset, England. Died 15 Mar 1803, Bristol, Gloucs, England.

Somerset Marriages (post-1754): Wedding Date:21 Nov 1770 - Groom Forenames:Edward - Groom Surname:Harwood - Groom's parish:Sts. Philip & Jacob - Groom's county:GLS
Bride's Forenames:Mary - Bride's Surname:Tanner - Bride's parish:Bladon - Bride's condition:Quaker
Place:Sidcot
Witnesses:Son/o Edw.(decd)/Hester of Frampton C, dau/o Wm / Rachel(decd)
At time of death is shown as living at: Barton Hill, St Phillip,
St Jacob Bristol.

6 William TANNER (c. 1708- ) [566]. Born c. 1708. Marr Rachel THOMAS c. 1733.

Hathern JUELL is shown as a "relation of & lived with William Tanner
- died 9 August 1754 buried in Thornbury (Frenchay Friends ref: R3 592 77).

12 William TANNER (c. 1682- ) [1055]. Born c. 1682. Marr Mary STURGE 1707.

13 Mary STURGE (c. 1685- ) [1056]. Born c. 1685.

7 Rachel THOMAS (c. 1711-c. 1769) [567]. Born c. 1711. Died c. 1769.

Sources

1"friends records".

Alice HASTINGS ( - )

1 Alice DE HASTINGS ( - ) [1036].

2 Hugh DE HASTINGS (1333-1369) [1031]. Born 1333, Elsing, Norfolk. Marr Margaret DE EVERINGHAM 1352, Elsing, Norfolk. Died Sep 1369, Calais.

4 Hugh DE HASTINGS (1311-1347) [1030]. Born 1311, Abergavenny. Marr Margery FOLIOT 1328, Elsing, Norfolk. Died 29 Jul 1347, Elsing, Norfolk.

8 John DE HASTINGS (1262- ) [1029]. Born 6 May 1262, Allesley. Marr Isabel DESPENCER 1308, Abergavenny.

9 Isabel DESPENCER (1292-1334) [1026]. Born 1292, Barton, Gloucs. Died 4 Dec 1334, Abergavenny.

5 Margery FOLIOT (1312- ) [1032]. Born 1312, Gressenham, Norfolk.

3 Margaret DE EVERINGHAM (1334- ) [1033]. Born 1334, Laxton, Notts.

Sir Hugh HASTINGS (1355- )

1 Hugh DE HASTINGS (1355- ) [1034]. Born 1355, Elsing, Norfolk.

2 Hugh DE HASTINGS (1333-1369) [1031]. Born 1333, Elsing, Norfolk. Marr Margaret DE EVERINGHAM 1352, Elsing, Norfolk. Died Sep 1369, Calais.

4 Hugh DE HASTINGS (1311-1347) [1030]. Born 1311, Abergavenny. Marr Margery FOLIOT 1328, Elsing, Norfolk. Died 29 Jul 1347, Elsing, Norfolk.

8 John DE HASTINGS (1262- ) [1029]. Born 6 May 1262, Allesley. Marr Isabel DESPENCER 1308, Abergavenny.

9 Isabel DESPENCER (1292-1334) [1026]. Born 1292, Barton, Gloucs. Died 4 Dec 1334, Abergavenny.

5 Margery FOLIOT (1312- ) [1032]. Born 1312, Gressenham, Norfolk.

3 Margaret DE EVERINGHAM (1334- ) [1033]. Born 1334, Laxton, Notts.

Sir Hugh HASTINGS (1333-1369)

1 Hugh DE HASTINGS (1333-1369) [1031]. Born 1333, Elsing, Norfolk. Marr Margaret DE EVERINGHAM 1352, Elsing, Norfolk. Died Sep 1369, Calais.

2 Hugh DE HASTINGS (1311-1347) [1030]. Born 1311, Abergavenny. Marr Margery FOLIOT 1328, Elsing, Norfolk. Died 29 Jul 1347, Elsing, Norfolk.

4 John DE HASTINGS (1262- ) [1029]. Born 6 May 1262, Allesley. Marr Isabel DESPENCER 1308, Abergavenny.

5 Isabel DESPENCER (1292-1334) [1026]. Born 1292, Barton, Gloucs. Died 4 Dec 1334, Abergavenny.

10 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

11 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

3 Margery FOLIOT (1312- ) [1032]. Born 1312, Gressenham, Norfolk.

Sir Hugh HASTINGS (1311-1347)

1 Hugh DE HASTINGS (1311-1347) [1030]. Born 1311, Abergavenny. Marr Margery FOLIOT 1328, Elsing, Norfolk. Died 29 Jul 1347, Elsing, Norfolk.

2 John DE HASTINGS (1262- ) [1029]. Born 6 May 1262, Allesley. Marr Isabel DESPENCER 1308, Abergavenny.

3 Isabel DESPENCER (1292-1334) [1026]. Born 1292, Barton, Gloucs. Died 4 Dec 1334, Abergavenny.

6 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

12 Sir Hugh le DESPENCER (1223-1265) [576]. Born 1223. Died 4 Aug 1265.

13 Aliva BASSET ( - ) [577].

7 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

14 William de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [582].

15 Maud FITZJOHN ( -c. 1301) [583]. Died c. 16 Apr 1301.

John HASTINGS (1262- )

1 John DE HASTINGS (1262- ) [1029]. Born 6 May 1262, Allesley. Marr Isabel DESPENCER 1308, Abergavenny.

Margaret HASTINGS ( - )

1 Margaret HASTINGS ( - ) [1035].

2 Hugh DE HASTINGS (1333-1369) [1031]. Born 1333, Elsing, Norfolk. Marr Margaret DE EVERINGHAM 1352, Elsing, Norfolk. Died Sep 1369, Calais.

4 Hugh DE HASTINGS (1311-1347) [1030]. Born 1311, Abergavenny. Marr Margery FOLIOT 1328, Elsing, Norfolk. Died 29 Jul 1347, Elsing, Norfolk.

8 John DE HASTINGS (1262- ) [1029]. Born 6 May 1262, Allesley. Marr Isabel DESPENCER 1308, Abergavenny.

9 Isabel DESPENCER (1292-1334) [1026]. Born 1292, Barton, Gloucs. Died 4 Dec 1334, Abergavenny.

5 Margery FOLIOT (1312- ) [1032]. Born 1312, Gressenham, Norfolk.

3 Margaret DE EVERINGHAM (1334- ) [1033]. Born 1334, Laxton, Notts.

Alice HAYLES ( - )

1 Alice HAYLES ( - ) [1015]. Marr Thomas PLANTAGENET 1316.

Hannah HAYWARD ( - )

1 Hannah HAYWARD ( - ) [1178].

William HAYWARD ( - )

1 William HAYWARD ( - ) [688]. Marr Sarah Vaughan DAUBENY 13 Aug 1822, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucester.

Beatrice HELEN (1270- )

1 Beatrice DE ST. HELEN (1270- ) [879]. Born 1270, Wittenham Manor, Berks.

Judith HENRY ( - )

1 Judith Ann HENRY ( - ) [751]. Marr Alexander John WITHY 21 Dec 1957, Whakatane, New Zealand.

William HERBERT ( - )

1 William HERBERT ( - ) [320]. Born. Died.

Jone HEREFORD ( - )

1 Jone HEREFORD ( - ) [606].

Anne HEYWORTH (1924- )

1 Anne HEYWORTH (1924- ) [984]. Born 10 Apr 1924, London.

2 Reginald Francis HEYWORTH (1896- ) [983]. Born 1896. Marr Moyra MARJORIBANKS 12 Jan 1923.

3 Moyra MARJORIBANKS (1902-1941) [982]. Born 1902. Died 1941.

6 Dudley Churchill MARJORIBANKS (1874-1935) [980]. Born 2 Mar 1874. Died 23 Apr 1935.

12 Edward MARJORIBANKS (1849-1909) [979]. Born 1849. Marr Fanny Octavia Louisa SPENCER-CHURCHILL 1874. Died 1909.

13 Fanny Octavia Louisa SPENCER-CHURCHILL ( -1920) [978]. Died 1920.

7 Muriel BRODRICK (1881- ) [981]. Born 23 Nov 1881.

Lt. Col. Reginald HEYWORTH (1896- )

1 Reginald Francis HEYWORTH (1896- ) [983]. Born 1896. Marr Moyra MARJORIBANKS 12 Jan 1923.

Gertrude HINGSTON (1840-1933)

1 Gertrude Mary HINGSTON (1840-1933) [1066]. Born 25 Aug 1840, Bristol, Gloucester, England. Marr James TANNER 22 Nov 1865, Friend's Meeting House, Portishead, England. Died 1 Dec 1933, Tepuke, Bay Of Plenty, New Zealand.

2 Thomas HINGSTON ( - ) [1067].

3 Mary RING ( - ) [1068].

Thomas HINGSTON ( - )

1 Thomas HINGSTON ( - ) [1067].

Alfred HODGSON (1845-1890)

1 Alfred HODGSON (1845-1890) [676]. Born 1845, Manchester, Lancashire. Died 1890.

Attended Sidcot School between 1856 and 1860.

2 John HODGSON ( - ) [671].

3 Jane DODGSON ( - ) [672].

Emily HODGSON (c. 1849-1924)

1 Emily HODGSON (c. 1849-1924) [563]. Born c. 1849, Manchester, Lancashire. Marr George WITHY 1869. Died 1924.

Attended Sidcot School between 1857 and 1861.

2 John HODGSON ( - ) [671].

3 Jane DODGSON ( - ) [672].

John HODGSON ( - )

1 John HODGSON ( - ) [671].

Mary HODGSON ( - )

1 Mary Elizabeth HODGSON ( - ) [336]. Born. Died.

Mary HODGSON (1847- )

1 Mary Jane HODGSON (1847- ) [674]. Born 1847, Manchester, Lancashire.

Attended Sidcot School between 1856 and 1861.

2 John HODGSON ( - ) [671].

3 Jane DODGSON ( - ) [672].

Mary HOLMES, ( - )

1 Mary Ann HOLMES, ( - ) [1186].

Maria HOLROYD (1771-1863)

1 Maria Josepha HOLROYD (1771-1863) [961]. Born 3 Jan 1771. Marr John Thomas STANLEY 11 Oct 1796. Died 1 Nov 1863.

Carl HOPKINS ( - )

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Carl HOPKINS, Carl

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Father: Eric J HOPKINS, eric

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Mother: Daphne W ROGERS, Daphne

1 Carl HOPKINS ( - ) [201]. Born. Died.

2 Eric J HOPKINS (1937- ) [200]. Born 1937, Dartford. Marr Daphne W ROGERS 1962, Sidcup, Kent. Died.

4 Henry HOPKINS (1904-1978) [199]. Born 10 Dec 1904. Marr Daisy SALISBURY c. 1933, Dartford. Died 1978, Dover, Kent.

In 1911 census, lived at; 6 Shermanbury Place, Erith, Dartford, Kent.

8 Henry John HOPKINS ( - ) [636].

9 Clara FLORENCE ( - ) [637].

5 Daisy SALISBURY (1899-1977) [198]. Born 17 Jun 1899, Manchester (Union Workhouse, Salford). Died 1977, Dover, Kent.

In 1911 census, was shown as Salisbury - age 6; Mother Mary Ellen married Thomas 2 years earlier (in 1909)
in 1901 census, Daisy Salisbury (born in Salford, Lancashire) and Harry Salisbury (born in Chester, Cheshire) are shown as Boarders with Robert and Harriett Turner, at 14, Harriet Street, Broughton, Lancashire.

10 Thomas John WORRALL (1881- ) [43]. Born 6 Sep 1881, Mickle Trafford, Cheshire. Bap 16 Oct 1881, Plemstall Parish, Chester. Rector - Thomas Lowe. Marr Mary Helen SALISBURY 23 Feb 1909, Chester, Cheshire. Died.

Builder's Labourer (unemployed) in 1911 census, living at 3 Farm Buildings Tarvin Road Chester

In 1901 census, was an Iron Works Labourer

In 1891 Census, living at: 14, Cross Street, Chester (Thos Jno).

11 Mary Helen SALISBURY (1869- ) [44]. Born 31 Oct 1869, Huntington. Died.

Is it Ellen (1911 census) or Hellen? In 1891 census, was visiting the Ward family.
Mary Ellen Salisbury has 2 records for entry to Manchester Workhouses - Manchester New Bridge Street Workhouse - Date of Admission: 10 Mar 1896 to 7 April 1896; Manchester Withington Workhouse - Date of Admission:16 Nov 1909 to 4 December 1909.

3 Daphne W ROGERS (1940- ) [203]. Born 1940, Dartford. Died.

Eric HOPKINS (1937- )

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Eric J HOPKINS, eric

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Father: Henry HOPKINS, Henry

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Mother: Daisy SALISBURY, Daisy

1 Eric J HOPKINS (1937- ) [200]. Born 1937, Dartford. Marr Daphne W ROGERS 1962, Sidcup, Kent. Died.

2 Henry HOPKINS (1904-1978) [199]. Born 10 Dec 1904. Marr Daisy SALISBURY c. 1933, Dartford. Died 1978, Dover, Kent.

In 1911 census, lived at; 6 Shermanbury Place, Erith, Dartford, Kent.

4 Henry John HOPKINS ( - ) [636].

5 Clara FLORENCE ( - ) [637].

3 Daisy SALISBURY (1899-1977) [198]. Born 17 Jun 1899, Manchester (Union Workhouse, Salford). Died 1977, Dover, Kent.

In 1911 census, was shown as Salisbury - age 6; Mother Mary Ellen married Thomas 2 years earlier (in 1909)
in 1901 census, Daisy Salisbury (born in Salford, Lancashire) and Harry Salisbury (born in Chester, Cheshire) are shown as Boarders with Robert and Harriett Turner, at 14, Harriet Street, Broughton, Lancashire.

6 Thomas John WORRALL (1881- ) [43]. Born 6 Sep 1881, Mickle Trafford, Cheshire. Bap 16 Oct 1881, Plemstall Parish, Chester. Rector - Thomas Lowe. Marr Mary Helen SALISBURY 23 Feb 1909, Chester, Cheshire. Died.

Builder's Labourer (unemployed) in 1911 census, living at 3 Farm Buildings Tarvin Road Chester

In 1901 census, was an Iron Works Labourer

In 1891 Census, living at: 14, Cross Street, Chester (Thos Jno).

12 William WORRALL (c. 1855-to1903) [493]. Born c. 1855, Mickle Trafford, Cheshire. Bap 19 Sep 1855, Saint Peter, Plemstall (Plemonstall) Chester, Cheshire. Mickle Trafford. Marr Elizabeth WRIGHT 28 Dec 1880, Plemonstall, Cheshire. Died to 1903.

In 1881 Census, lived at: Mickle Trafford, Mickle Trafford

In 1891 census, lived at 14, Cross Street, Boughton, Chester (recorded as Willm & Eliz - occupation is Labourer / Gardener)

In 1901 census, lived at 10, Farm Buildings, Tarvin Road, Chester.

13 Elizabeth WRIGHT (c. 1858- ) [509]. Born c. 1858, Flintshire, Spon Green.

may be Elizabeth Wright - married in 1880 (Oct - Dec)

In 1861 Census, WRIGHT, Elizabeth - Daughter age 3 - Born 1858, in Bistre, Flintshire
In 1871 Census, WRIGHT, Elizabeth - Servant age 13 Born 1858, in Flintshire

In 1901 cencus, shown as born in Buckley, Lancashire.

7 Mary Helen SALISBURY (1869- ) [44]. Born 31 Oct 1869, Huntington. Died.

Is it Ellen (1911 census) or Hellen? In 1891 census, was visiting the Ward family.
Mary Ellen Salisbury has 2 records for entry to Manchester Workhouses - Manchester New Bridge Street Workhouse - Date of Admission: 10 Mar 1896 to 7 April 1896; Manchester Withington Workhouse - Date of Admission:16 Nov 1909 to 4 December 1909.

14 John SALISBURY (c. 1849-bef1909) [495]. Born c. 1849, Huntingdon, Cheshire. Died bef Feb 1909.

In 1881 census, Jno (John) Salisbury - Farm labourer, living at: 2, Challinon Ter, Great Boughton

In 1891 census, Waggoner - living at: 104, Christleton Road, Chester.

15 Mary (1850- ) [496]. Born 1850, Conway, Caernarvonshire, Wales.

from 1881 census, lived at 2, Challinon Ter, Great Boughton.

Henry HOPKINS (1904-1978)

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Henry HOPKINS, Henry

1 Henry HOPKINS (1904-1978) [199]. Born 10 Dec 1904. Marr Daisy SALISBURY c. 1933, Dartford. Died 1978, Dover, Kent.

In 1911 census, lived at; 6 Shermanbury Place, Erith, Dartford, Kent.

2 Henry John HOPKINS ( - ) [636].

3 Clara FLORENCE ( - ) [637].

Henry HOPKINS ( - )

1 Henry John HOPKINS ( - ) [636].

Michele HOPKINS ( - )

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Michele HOPKINS, Michele

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Father: Eric J HOPKINS, eric

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Mother: Daphne W ROGERS, Daphne

1 Michele HOPKINS ( - ) [202]. Born. Died.

2 Eric J HOPKINS (1937- ) [200]. Born 1937, Dartford. Marr Daphne W ROGERS 1962, Sidcup, Kent. Died.

4 Henry HOPKINS (1904-1978) [199]. Born 10 Dec 1904. Marr Daisy SALISBURY c. 1933, Dartford. Died 1978, Dover, Kent.

In 1911 census, lived at; 6 Shermanbury Place, Erith, Dartford, Kent.

8 Henry John HOPKINS ( - ) [636].

9 Clara FLORENCE ( - ) [637].

5 Daisy SALISBURY (1899-1977) [198]. Born 17 Jun 1899, Manchester (Union Workhouse, Salford). Died 1977, Dover, Kent.

In 1911 census, was shown as Salisbury - age 6; Mother Mary Ellen married Thomas 2 years earlier (in 1909)
in 1901 census, Daisy Salisbury (born in Salford, Lancashire) and Harry Salisbury (born in Chester, Cheshire) are shown as Boarders with Robert and Harriett Turner, at 14, Harriet Street, Broughton, Lancashire.

10 Thomas John WORRALL (1881- ) [43]. Born 6 Sep 1881, Mickle Trafford, Cheshire. Bap 16 Oct 1881, Plemstall Parish, Chester. Rector - Thomas Lowe. Marr Mary Helen SALISBURY 23 Feb 1909, Chester, Cheshire. Died.

Builder's Labourer (unemployed) in 1911 census, living at 3 Farm Buildings Tarvin Road Chester

In 1901 census, was an Iron Works Labourer

In 1891 Census, living at: 14, Cross Street, Chester (Thos Jno).

11 Mary Helen SALISBURY (1869- ) [44]. Born 31 Oct 1869, Huntington. Died.

Is it Ellen (1911 census) or Hellen? In 1891 census, was visiting the Ward family.
Mary Ellen Salisbury has 2 records for entry to Manchester Workhouses - Manchester New Bridge Street Workhouse - Date of Admission: 10 Mar 1896 to 7 April 1896; Manchester Withington Workhouse - Date of Admission:16 Nov 1909 to 4 December 1909.

3 Daphne W ROGERS (1940- ) [203]. Born 1940, Dartford. Died.

Kate HOULD ( - )

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Kate HOULD (or ruth gould?), arthur and bertha withy weddings 13 feb 1897

1 Kate HOULD (or ruth gould?) ( - ) [561]. Marr Arthur WITHY 13 Feb 1897.

2 Richard A HOULD (c. 1833-c. 1920) [1054]. Born c. 1833. Died c. 1920.

Richard HOULD (c. 1833-c. 1920)

1 Richard A HOULD (c. 1833-c. 1920) [1054]. Born c. 1833. Died c. 1920.

Margaret HOWARD (1512- )

1 Margaret HOWARD (1512- ) [924]. Born 1512, Tisbury, Wilts.

Catrin HOWELLS (2006- )

1 Catrin Gwen Llian HOWELLS (2006- ) [653]. Born 23 Mar 2006, Caerphilly, Glamorgan, Wales.

2 Marc Iestyn HOWELLS (1978- ) [650]. Born 14 Jan 1978. Marr Claire Julia FOSTER 16 May 2003, Ystrad Mynach, Caerphilly, Wales.

3 Claire Julia FOSTER1 (1978- ) [31]. Born 13 Apr 1978, Clatterbridge Hospital, Bebbington. Died.

6 Michael Harold FOSTER2 (1952- ) [22]. Born 8 Mar 1952, Highfield Maternity Hospital, Wallasey. Marr Janet BERNSTEIN 11 May 1974, Westbourne Road Methodist Church, Westkirby.

12 Gordon Harold FOSTER3 (1918-1996) [13]. Born 1918, Cable Road, Hoylake. Marr Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN 9 Mar 1951, Wallasey, Cheshire. Died 18 Jul 1996.

13 Mary Poppy CHRISTIAN1 (1923-2009) [21]. Born 23 Aug 1923, Marsham, Norfolk, England. Died 2 Aug 2009.

Lived in a Christian home. Adopted at age of (???) , by a (single) School Teacher.
Real mother was secretary to a butcher/farm manager. Father is believed to be the butcher/farm manager.
Original name, Poppy Freeman.
Grace Christian was also adopted by the 'school teacher'.

7 Janet BERNSTEIN1 (1953- ) [29]. Born 9 Mar 1953, Hoscope Park Nursing Home, Westkirby.

14 John BERNSTEIN (1912-1971) [295]. Born 29 Dec 1912, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Marr Gladys LINLEY 28 Feb 1942, Methodist Church, Wesbourne Road, W. Died 15 May 1971, Hoylake, Cheshire, England.

15 Gladys LINLEY (1914-2003) [294]. Born 21 Jan 1914, Dinmore, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Died 2 Mar 2003, Abbeyfield Nursing Home, Wesr Kirby, Wirral, Ch.

Sources

1In person
2Mother (Mollie Foster) & In person
3Relatives

Marc HOWELLS (1978- )

1 Marc Iestyn HOWELLS (1978- ) [650]. Born 14 Jan 1978. Marr Claire Julia FOSTER 16 May 2003, Ystrad Mynach, Caerphilly, Wales.

Clementine HOZIER (1885-1977)

1 Clementine Ogilvy HOZIER (1885-1977) [971]. Born 1 Apr 1885. Died 12 Dec 1977.

2 Henry Montagu HOZIER ( - ) [970].

3 Henrietta Blanche OGILVY (1852-1925) [969]. Born 8 Nov 1852. Died 28 Mar 1925.

6 David Graham Drummond OGILVY ( - ) [966].

7 Henrietta Blanche STANLEY (1830-1921) [964]. Born 3 Jul 1830. Died 5 Jan 1921.

14 Edward John STANLEY (1802-1869) [962]. Born 13 Nov 1802. Marr Henrietta Maria DILLON 6 Oct 1826. Died 16 Jun 1869, Alderley, Cheshire.

15 Henrietta Maria DILLON (1807- ) [963]. Born 21 Dec 1807, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Henry HOZIER ( - )

1 Henry Montagu HOZIER ( - ) [970].

Alan HULL ( - )

1 Alan Frank HULL1 ( - ) [412]. Born. Died.

2 Walter Oswald HULL1 ( - ) [407]. Born. Marr Eileen Clennel STANKLEY. Died.

3 Eileen Clennel STANKLEY1 ( - ) [404]. Born. Died.

6 Robert Mutter STANKLEY1 (1870-1963) [397]. Born 5 Mar 1870. Died 1963.

12 Edward STANKLEY1 (1839-1928) [394]. Born 19 Aug 1839. Marr Mary Ann BARRON. Died 1928.

13 Mary Ann BARRON1 ( -1908) [396]. Born. Died 25 Sep 1908.

7 Elizabeth Ann EMERSON1 ( - ) [401]. Born. Died.

Sources

1Jennifer Stankley

Walter HULL ( - )

1 Walter Oswald HULL1 ( - ) [407]. Born. Marr Eileen Clennel STANKLEY. Died.

Sources

1Jennifer Stankley

King Edward II Plantagenet (1284-1327)

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Edward II, Edward_II_King of_England

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Father: Edward I, edward_1

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Mother: Eleanor OF CASTILLE, Eleonor of Castille

1 Edward II1 (1284-1327) [196]. Born 25 Apr 1284, Caernarfon Castle. Marr Isabella CAPET 22 Jan 1307. Died 21 Sep 1327, Berkeley Castle, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England.

King of England EDWARD II Plantagenet was born on 25 Apr 1284 in Caernarfon Castle, Wales. He died on 21 Sep 1327 in Berkeley Castle, England. The Cause of death was that he was murdered by his wife, Isabella (daughter of Philip IV of France).
Queen of England ISABELLA of France was born in 1292 in Paris, Seine, France. She died on 22 Aug 1358 in England.

2 Edward I1 (1239-1307) [204]. Born 17 Jun 1239, Westminster, London, England. Marr Eleanor OF CASTILLE 1 Nov 1254, Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. Marr MARGEURITE OF FRANCE 10 Sep 1299. Died 7 Jul 1307, Burgh-On-Sands, Cumberland, England.

He was buried on 28 Oct 1307 in Westminster, London, England. He was married to Queen of England, Castile ELEANOR in 1254.
Children were:
i. England Plantagenet JOAN was born in 1272 in Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. She died on 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England.
ii. England MARGARET was born in 1275. She died in 1318.
iii. England Plantagenet ELIZABETH was born on 7 Aug 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Flint, WALES. She died on 5 May 1316 in Quendon, Essex, ENGLAND. She was buried on 23 May 1316 in Walden Abbey, Herts, England.
iv. King of England EDWARD II Plantagenet.

He was also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots; was King of England from 1272 to 1307.

4 HENRY III (1207-1272) [1008]. Born 1 Oct 1207, Winchester. Died 1272.

8 John LACKLAND (c. 1166-c. 1216) [1586]. Born c. Dec 1166. Marr Isabella, Countess of ANGOULÊME 1200. Died c. Oct 1216.

John (24 December 1166 – 18/19 October 1216), also known as John Lackland (French: Jean Sansterre), was King of England from 6 April 1199 until his death. During John's reign, England lost the duchy of Normandy to King Philip II of France, which resulted in the collapse of most of the Angevin Empire and contributed to the subsequent growth in power of the Capetian dynasty during the 13th century. The baronial revolt at the end of John's reign led to the signing of the Magna Carta, a document often considered to be an early step in the evolution of the constitution of the United Kingdom.

John, the youngest of five sons of King Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine, was at first not expected to inherit significant lands. Following the failed rebellion of his elder brothers between 1173 and 1174, however, John became Henry's favourite child. He was appointed the Lord of Ireland in 1177 and given lands in England and on the continent. John's elder brothers William, Henry and Geoffrey died young; by the time Richard I became king in 1189, John was a potential heir to the throne. John unsuccessfully attempted a rebellion against Richard's royal administrators whilst his brother was participating in the Third Crusade. Despite this, after Richard died in 1199, John was proclaimed king of England, and came to an agreement with Philip II of France to recognise John's possession of the continental Angevin lands at the peace treaty of Le Goulet in 1200.

9 Isabella, Countess of GLOUCESTER (c. 1173-1217) [1605]. Born c. 1173. Died 14 Oct 1217.

5 Eleanor of PROVENCE (1222-1291) [1009]. Born 1222. Died Jun 1291.

3 Eleanor OF CASTILLE1 (1241-1290) [195]. Born 1241, Castile, Spain. Died Nov 1290, Harby, Near Lincoln.

In 1254, English fears of a Castilian invasion of the English province of Gascony induced Edward's father to arrange a politically expedient marriage between his fourteen-year-old son and Eleanor, the half-sister of King Alfonso X of Castile.
Eleanor and Edward were married on 1 November 1254 in the Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. As part of the marriage agreement, the young prince received grants of land worth 15,000 marks a year.
Though the endowments King Henry made were sizeable, they offered Edward little independence. He had already received Gascony as early as 1249, but Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester, had been appointed as royal lieutenant the year before and, consequently, drew its income, so in practice Edward derived neither authority nor revenue from this province. The grant he received in 1254 included most of Ireland, and much land in Wales and England, including the earldom of Chester, but the king retained much control over the land in question, particularly in Ireland, so Edward's power was limited there as well, and the king derived most of the income from those lands.

From 1254 to 1257, Edward was under the influence of his mother's relatives, known as the Savoyards, the most notable of whom was Peter of Savoy, the queen's uncle. After 1257, Edward increasingly fell in with the Poitevin or Lusignan faction — the half-brothers of his father Henry III — led by such men as William de Valence. This association was significant, because the two groups of privileged foreigners were resented by the established English aristocracy, and they would be at the centre of the ensuing years' baronial reform movement.
There were tales of unruly and violent conduct by Edward and his Lusignan kinsmen, which raised questions about the royal heir's personal qualities. The next years would be formative on Edward's character.

Eleanor of Castile was the first queen consort of Edward I of England. She was also Countess of Ponthieu in her own right from 1279 until her death in 1290, succeeding her mother and ruling together with her husband.

Edward married Eleanor at Las Huelgas in Spain (October 1254) and then traveled to Bordeaux to organize his scattered appanage.
Upon her death, Edward erected the famous Eleanor Crosses--several of which still stand--at each place where her coffin rested on its way to London. The best known are at Banbury and Charring (London).

6 Saint FERDINAND III (1199-1252) [454]. Born 5 Aug 1199. Marr Joan of DAMMARTIN. Died 30 May 1252.

King of Castile from 1217 and King of Galicia and León from 1230.

12 Alfonso IX of LEÓN (1171-c. 1230) [597]. Born 15 Aug 1171. Died c. 23 Sep 1230.

Was king of León and Galicia from the death of his father Ferdinand II in 1188 until his own death. According to Ibn Khaldun, he is said to have been called the Baboso or Slobberer because he was subject to fits of rage during which he foamed at the mouth.

13 Doña BERENGUELA (1180-1246) [457]. Born 1180. Marr Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ 1197. Died 8 Nov 1246.

7 Joan of DAMMARTIN (c. 1200-1279) [455]. Born c. 1200. Died 16 Mar 1279, Abbeville.

14 Simon of DAMMARTIN (1180-1239) [595]. Born 1180. Died 21 Sep 1239.

15 Marie of PONTHIEU (1199-1251) [596]. Born 17 Apr 1199. Died 1251.

Sources

1History books

HENRY III (1207-1272)

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HENRY III, Henry_III

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Father: John LACKLAND, King John, Worcester Cathedral

1 HENRY III (1207-1272) [1008]. Born 1 Oct 1207, Winchester. Died 1272.

2 John LACKLAND (c. 1166-c. 1216) [1586]. Born c. Dec 1166. Marr Isabella, Countess of ANGOULÊME 1200. Died c. Oct 1216.

John (24 December 1166 – 18/19 October 1216), also known as John Lackland (French: Jean Sansterre), was King of England from 6 April 1199 until his death. During John's reign, England lost the duchy of Normandy to King Philip II of France, which resulted in the collapse of most of the Angevin Empire and contributed to the subsequent growth in power of the Capetian dynasty during the 13th century. The baronial revolt at the end of John's reign led to the signing of the Magna Carta, a document often considered to be an early step in the evolution of the constitution of the United Kingdom.

John, the youngest of five sons of King Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine, was at first not expected to inherit significant lands. Following the failed rebellion of his elder brothers between 1173 and 1174, however, John became Henry's favourite child. He was appointed the Lord of Ireland in 1177 and given lands in England and on the continent. John's elder brothers William, Henry and Geoffrey died young; by the time Richard I became king in 1189, John was a potential heir to the throne. John unsuccessfully attempted a rebellion against Richard's royal administrators whilst his brother was participating in the Third Crusade. Despite this, after Richard died in 1199, John was proclaimed king of England, and came to an agreement with Philip II of France to recognise John's possession of the continental Angevin lands at the peace treaty of Le Goulet in 1200.

4 Henry II (1133-1189) [1587]. Born 5 Mar 1133. Marr Eleanor of AQUITAINE 18 May 1152. Died 6 Jul 1189.

Henry II (5 March 1133 - 6 July 1189), also known as Henry Curtmantle, Henry FitzEmpress or Henry Plantagenet, ruled as King of England (1154–89), Count of Anjou, Count of Maine, Duke of Normandy, Duke of Aquitaine, Count of Nantes, and Lord of Ireland and, at various times, controlled Wales, Scotland and Brittany. Henry was born to Geoffrey of Anjou and Matilda, who claimed the title of Empress from her first marriage. He became actively involved in his mother's efforts to claim the throne of England by the age of 14, and was made the Duke of Normandy at 17. He inherited Anjou in 1151 and shortly afterwards married Eleanor of Aquitaine, whose marriage to the French king Louis VII had recently been annulled. Henry's military expedition to England in 1153 led to King Stephen agreeing to a peace treaty in 1153 and Henry inheriting the kingdom on Stephen's death a year later. Still quite young, he now controlled what would later be called the Angevin empire stretching across much of western Europe.

Henry was an energetic and sometimes ruthless ruler, driven by a desire to restore the lands and privileges of his royal grandfather, Henry I of England. During the early years of the younger Henry's reign he restored the royal administration in England, re-established hegemony over Wales and gained full control over his lands in Anjou, Maine and Touraine. Henry soon came into conflict with Louis VII and the two rulers fought what has been termed a "Cold War" over several decades. Henry expanded his empire, often at Louis's expense, taking Brittany, pushing east into central France and south into Toulouse; despite numerous peace conferences and treaties no permanent peace was reached. Meanwhile, Henry undertook various legal reforms in both England and Normandy, establishing the basis for the future English Common Law, and reformed the royal finances and currency. Although Henry usually worked well with the local hierarchies of the Church, his desire to control and reform the relationship between the Church in England led to conflict with his former friend, the Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Becket. This controversy lasted for much of the 1160s and resulted in Becket's death in 1170, for which Henry was widely blamed.

As Henry's reign progressed he had many children with Eleanor and tensions over the future inheritance of the empire began to emerge, encouraged by first Louis VII and then Louis's son and successor Philip Augustus. In 1173 Henry's then eldest son, Henry, usually known as "Young Henry", rebelled in protest at his treatment by Henry; he was joined by his brothers Richard, Geoffrey and by their mother, Eleanor. France, Scotland, Flanders and Boulogne allied with the rebels against Henry. The Great Revolt spread across Henry's lands and was only defeated by Henry's vigorous military action and talented local commanders, many of them "new men" appointed for their loyalty and administrative skills. Henry was mostly generous in victory and appeared at the height of his powers. Young Henry and Geoffrey revolted again in 1183, however, resulting in Young Henry's death. Despite invading Ireland to provide lands for his youngest son John, Henry struggled to find ways to satisfy all his sons' desires for land and immediate power. Philip successfully played on Richard's fears that Henry would make John king and a final rebellion broke out in 1189. Decisively defeated by Philip and Richard and suffering from a bleeding ulcer, Henry retreated to Chinon in Anjou where he died.

Henry's empire did not long outlast him and collapsed during the reign of his youngest son John. Many of the changes Henry introduced during his long rule, however, had major long-term consequences. Henry's legal changes are generally considered to have laid down the basis for the English Common Law, while his intervention in Brittany, Wales and Scotland had a significant long-term impact on the development of their societies and governmental systems. Historical interpretations of Henry's reign have changed considerably over time. In the 18th century, scholars argued that Henry was a driving force in the creation of a genuinely English monarchy and, ultimately, a unified Britain. Victorian historians expressed more concern over the king's private life and treatment of Becket, but - influenced by the emergence of the British empire - were keenly interested in the formation of Henry's own empire. Late twentieth century historians have focused on combining British and French historical accounts of Henry, challenging earlier Anglocentric interpretations of his reign.

8 Geoffrey PLANTAGENET (1113-1151) [1588]. Born 24 Aug 1113. Died 7 Sep 1151.

9 Matilda (1102-1167) [1589]. Born 7 Feb 1102. Died 10 Sep 1167.

Empress Matilda (c. 7 February 1102 - 10 September 1167), also known as Matilda of England or Maude, was the daughter and heir of King Henry I of England. Matilda and her younger brother, William Adelin, were the only legitimate children of King Henry to survive to adulthood. However, her brother's early death in the White Ship disaster in 1120 resulted in Matilda being her father's sole heir.

As a child, Matilda was betrothed to and later married Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor, acquiring the title Empress. The couple had no known children and after eleven years of marriage Henry died, leaving Matilda widowed. However, she was then married to Geoffrey, Count of Anjou in a union which her father hoped would produce a male heir and continue the dynasty. She had three sons to Geoffrey of Anjou, the eldest of whom eventually became King Henry II of England. Upon the death of her father in 1135, Matilda was usurped to the throne by her rival and cousin Stephen of Blois, who moved quickly and became crowned King of England whilst Matilda was in Normandy, pregnant with her third child.

Their rivalry for the throne led to years of unrest and civil war in England that have been called The Anarchy. Matilda was the first female ruler of the Kingdom of England, though the length of her effective rule was brief - a few months in 1141. She was never crowned and failed to consolidate her rule (legally and politically). For this reason, she is normally excluded from lists of English monarchs, and her rival (and cousin) Stephen of Blois is listed as monarch for the period 1135–1154. She campaigned unstintingly for her oldest son's inheritance, living to see him ascend the throne of England in 1154.

5 Eleanor of AQUITAINE (c. 1123-1204) [1590]. Born c. 1123. Marr Louis VII of FRANCE 12 Jul 1137. Died 31 Mar 1204.

Eleanor of Aquitaine (in French: Aliénor d’Aquitaine, Éléonore de Guyenne) (1122 or 1124 - 1 April 1204) was one of the wealthiest and most powerful women in Western Europe during the High Middle Ages. As well as being Duchess of Aquitaine in her own right, she was queen consort of France (1137–1152) and of England (1154–1189). She was the patroness of such literary figures as Wace, Benoît de Sainte-Maure, and Bernart de Ventadorn.

Eleanor succeeded her father as suo jure Duchess of Aquitaine and Countess of Poitiers at the age of fifteen, and thus became the most eligible bride in Europe. Three months after her accession, she married Louis VII, son and junior co-ruler of her guardian, King Louis The Fat. As Queen of France, she participated in the unsuccessful Second Crusade. Soon after the Crusade was over, Eleanor sought an annulment of her marriage[2] but was rejected by Pope Eugene III.[3] However, after the birth of Alix, another daughter, Louis agreed to an annulment.[4] The marriage was annulled on 11 March 1152, on the grounds of consanguinity within the fourth degree. Their daughters were declared legitimate and custody was awarded to Louis, while Eleanor's lands were restored to her.

As soon as the annulment was granted, Eleanor became engaged to Henry Plantagenet, Count of Anjou and Duke of Normandy, her cousin within the third degree, who was nine years younger than her. The couple married on 18 May 1152, eight weeks after the annulment of Eleanor's first marriage. On 25 October 1154, Henry ascended the throne of the Kingdom of England, making Eleanor Queen of the English. Over the next thirteen years, she bore Henry eight children: five sons, two of whom would become king, and three daughters. However, Henry and Eleanor eventually became estranged. She was imprisoned between 1173 and 1189 for supporting her son Henry's revolt against her husband.

Eleanor was widowed on 6 July 1189. Her husband was succeeded by their son, Richard I, who immediately released his mother. Now queen dowager, Eleanor acted as a regent for her son while he went off on the Third Crusade. Eleanor survived her son Richard and lived well into the reign of her youngest son John. By the time of her death she had outlived all of her children except for King John and Eleanor, Queen of Castile.

3 Isabella, Countess of GLOUCESTER (c. 1173-1217) [1605]. Born c. 1173. Died 14 Oct 1217.

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1 Ann JACKSON1 ( -1806) [375]. Born. Died 4 May 1806, Lamesly, Whickham, Co Durham.

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1 Joseph JALLAND ( - ) [1051]. Marr Sarah FOWLER 12 Apr 1792, Coventry, Warwickshire.

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1 Joseph JALLAND ( - ) [1116].

2 Joseph JALLAND ( - ) [1051]. Marr Sarah FOWLER 12 Apr 1792, Coventry, Warwickshire.

3 Sarah FOWLER ( - ) [1048].

6 John FOWLER (1727-1777) [134]. Born 1727, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Elizabeth GULSON 8 May 1760. Died 14 May 1777, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Date of birth clashes with parents dob ??

7 Elizabeth GULSON1 (1726- ) [135]. Born 16 Apr 1726, Coventry, Warwickshire. Died.

14 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

15 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

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1 Sarah JALLAND ( - ) [1114].

2 Joseph JALLAND ( - ) [1051]. Marr Sarah FOWLER 12 Apr 1792, Coventry, Warwickshire.

3 Sarah FOWLER ( - ) [1048].

6 John FOWLER (1727-1777) [134]. Born 1727, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Elizabeth GULSON 8 May 1760. Died 14 May 1777, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Date of birth clashes with parents dob ??

7 Elizabeth GULSON1 (1726- ) [135]. Born 16 Apr 1726, Coventry, Warwickshire. Died.

14 John GULSON (1685-1728) [168]. Born 29 Dec 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire. Marr Sarah LLOYD 1713. Died 4 Mar 1728.

15 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1732.

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2 Robert MALLETT (1953- ) [363]. Born 4 Dec 1953. Died.

3 Susan Lynn STANKLEY (1955- ) [364]. Born 6 Dec 1955. Died.

6 John Edward STANKLEY (1923-1982) [356]. Born 19 Aug 1923. Died 6 Mar 1982.

12 John James STANKLEY (1888-1954) [341]. Born 8 Sep 1888. Died 6 Mar 1954.

13 Christina Lily GREAVES (1891-1977) [342]. Born 21 Dec 1891. Died 26 May 1977.

7 Sheila BRADLEY (1930- ) [355]. Born 2 Mar 1930. Died.

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1 Neil JOHANNESSEN (1954- ) [366]. Born 22 Feb 1954. Died.

Beryl JONES (1921- )

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Beryl JONES, beryl_w

1 Beryl JONES1 (1921- ) [53]. Born 31 Aug 1921, Wallasey. Died.

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1 Mary Anne JONES ( - ) [663].

Joan KELLY ( - )

1 Joan Ann KELLY ( - ) [749]. Marr Peter Michael WITHY 15 Jun 1963, Whakatane, New Zealand.

Catherine KING ( - )

1 Catherine KING ( - ) [951].

Edward KING (1900-1901)

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Mother: Bertha WITHY, 1895, age 18, Bertha Withy ship launch 1895

1 Edward Lloyd KING (1900-1901) [712]. Born 1900. Died 11 Mar 1901.

2 Frederick Maskell KING (1860-1925) [574]. Born 1860. Marr Bertha WITHY 9 Feb 1897. Died 1925.

From The Social Sphere; Observer, Volume XVI, Issue 946, 13 February 1897, Page 10.
A very interesting double wedding was quietly solemnized, on Tuesday last, at the residence of Mr Edward Withy, Parnell the contracting couples being Mr Arthur Withy and Miss Katie Hould, youngest daughter of Mr Houia of Auckland, and Mr Frederick M. King ana Mias Bertha Withy. The Rev. Alfred Peters officiated m the presence of a number of relatives and friends. Mr ana Mrs Withy departed in the Anglian to join the Kaikoura for England, where it ia Mr Withy's intention to resume the journalistic profession. Mr and Mrs King, departed to spend their honeymoon at Rotorua.

3 Bertha WITHY (1877-1959) [430]. Born 1877, West Hartlepool, Durham. Died 1959.

6 Edward WITHY (1844-1927) [125]. Born 22 Dec 1844, Bristol, Gloucester. Marr Anne TREADGOLD 8 Feb 1868, St Marylebone, London. Died 26 Mar 1927, St. Luke's, Jersey, Channel lslands.

Edward Withy, was born in Bristol, of Quaker stock, in 1844, and was educated at the Friends' School, Sidcot (see: http://www.sidcot.org.uk/) which he attended between 1854 and 1859.

After leaving Sidcot School, Edward Withy became a "Ship Draftsman Apprentice", to Messrs. Richardson and Duck, Shipbuilders, Stockton-on-Tees. Whilst away from his family in Bristol, he was boarding with William Marwood, at: York Street in Thornaby, Durham.
On completing his apprenticeship, he entered the iron industry being employed by the Stockton shipbuilder Richardson, Duck in which he was very successful. He soon rose to be manager of the yard and for some time he acted as inspector to the P. & O. Steamship Company, travelling extensively in Eastern waters.
Returning home in 1867, he married Miss Annie Treadgold, of Stockton-on-Tees. About this time, he also took a trip to Australia for the benefit of his health with his wife and eldest son, and there conceived a liking for the Colonies.
In 1869, Edward Withy formed a shipbuilding partnership in Hartlepool, with Edward Alexander, who had been head cashier at Denton, Gray (WITHY, ALEXANDER & Company - HARTLEPOOL - 1869 – 1874). They took over Denton Gray’s former Middleton shipyard and their first ship was the Maria Ysabel, launched in May 1869.

In 1871 Census, was staying with James & Gertrude Tanner (Cousin) in Cheddar - listed as "master from Shipbuilder of west Hartlepool".

On November 2, 1872, a patent (No. 3252) for Improvements in mixing, charging, and smelting iron ores was taken out by Edward Withy and William Gibson, of West Hartlepool, Durham. The object of this invention was to save fuel as much as possible. In effecting this, in the first place, the ores are crushed and ground, and the smaller they are ground the less fuel they take to smelt them. Second. The pulverised ores are mixed with the required quantity of lime and water to a stiff paste, which paste is forced into moulds or through dies, in a similar manner to drain tiles, the dies being made to give such shape or form to charging sections as will afford the greatest amount of heating surface, according to the weight and strength of the materials. With these sections are charged blast furnaces, puddling-furnaces, cupolas, and vibratory-furnaces, in manner described in Letters Patent No. 2672, A.D. 1872, and more especially they are used in the improved puddling-furnaces described in said Letters Patent.
The Company prospered well in the good times that followed the Franco-German War and in 1873, they enlarged the shipyard, allowing the firm to undertake the construction of up to five vessels at one time and at the end of this year, Edward Alexander retired. Following Alexander’s retirement, Edward Withy carried on with the business alone and he founded Edward Withy and Company shipbuilders in 1874, being joined by his brother Henry. In 1880, the yard launched the Cyanus which was the first steel ship to be built in Hartlepool. Before this, all ships were made of wood or iron.
One of the firm’s customers was local businessmen Thomas and Christopher Furness who had commenced ship owning in 1878 and in 1881. In 1883, with an established and profitable shipping line behind him, Christopher Furness was able to buy a controlling interest in shipbuilders Edward Withy and Company, of West Hartlepool.

In the 1881 census, he was a "Ship Builder Employing 770 Men 4 Boys".
When Edward Withy decided to move to New Zealand in 1884, Christopher Furness bought his shares in the shipyard. He made Edward Withy’s brother, Henry, managing director.
In 1885, Christopher Furness collaborated with Thomas Wilson to form the Wilson-Furness Line to operate services between Newcastle and New York and by 1891 the fleet contained 18 ships. The company continued under its own name until 1891, when Edward Withy and Company was merged with some of Christopher Furness’ other businesses and became part of Furness, Withy and Co. with Christopher Furness as chairman, R. B. Stoker as ship director, Henry Withy and R. W. Vick as shipyard representatives, plus Thomas King and G. L. Wooley. From 1891 to 1908, the yard operated as Furness, Withy & Company Ltd.
Furness Withy was incorporated as a company in 1891 upon the amalgamation of Christopher Furness' business in West Hartlepool and London with Edward Withy's shipbuilding yard in Hartlepool. By 1914 the company had acquired interests all over the world in liner and tramp shipping and in shipbuilding, but from 1920 they concentrated on liner services. In addition to the North Atlantic service, they developed other American routes based principally on New York and including Bermuda and the West Indies. The Furness family sold its interests in the Company to a consortium led by Frederick Lewis, a Director in the business, in 1919.
On retiring from ship-building and emigrating to New Zealand, while still in his prime, Edward Withy took up residence in Auckland. He now decided to become a Parliamentarian and contested the Newton East seat against the Hon. J. A. Tole who at that time was Minister of Justice. Mr. Withy's committees were admirably organised and, as a result, to the astonishment of many people, the newcomer won the seat. He had previously been a member of the British House of Commons, and his long association with politics stood him in good stead.
For years Mr. Withy had been a Land Nationalist, a follower of Professor Alfred Russell Wallace, but on reading "Progress and Poverty" in the early eighties he became a disciple of the Prophet of San Francisco. However he quickly tired of the Parliamentary life, as he retained his seat for only three years, between 1887 and 1890.
He then went to live in the Taranaki district, and in 1893, he again ran for Parliament, but mainly with the object of doing a stroke of propaganda work for the Single Tax, and, owing to the prominence that he gave to this plank of his platform, he failed to reach the top of the poll. For years he was Acting President of the Auckland Anti-Poverty Society, Sir George Grey being Honorary President. He was also for some time President of the National Single Tax League, and a Vice-President and member of the Executive of the New Zealand Land Values League, and a generous subscriber to its funds.
Edward Withy reproduced several of his lectures on the Single Tax in pamphlet form, and wrote numerous letters to the Press. He also wrote an article, "Daylight on the Land Question," in the Westminster Review and has written more ambitious pamphlets on the question, the best known of which is "Ground Rent, The True Source of Public Revenue: How to Secure It for this Purpose by Means of the Single Tax."
Many years later, he returned to the ‘Old Land’ and went to live in Jersey, where Mrs Withy died on 21st April 1925. Edward Withy died on 26th March 1927 in Jersey in the Channel Islands.
Mr. Arthur Withy, of Wellington, a member of the "Hansard" staff, is the eldest son of the deceased.1

12 Edward WITHY (1812-1860) [120]. Born 6 Mar 1812, Downend, Bristol, Gloucestershire. Marr Sarah ATREE 14 Jan 1840, Bristol, Gloucestershire. Died 31 May 1860.

In Pigot's Directory of Gloucestershire, 1830, WITHY, LITTLE & WITHY are listed as "Woollen Draper" at 11 Bridge Street, Bristol.

In Mathews' Bristol & Clifton Directory, 1851, edward Withy Woolen Draper and Tailor, 12 Bridge Street.

In 1841 census, lived at; Bishop St, St Paul, Bristol

In1851 census, was visiting James Tanner with his son Edward Withy Jr.

Gazette Issue 20951 published on the 2 March 1849. Page 18 of 36 (http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/20951/pages/724):
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership lately subsisting between the undersigned, Edward Withy and Thomas Peter Collins, of the city of Bristol, Woollen Drapers and Tailors, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. - Dated this 28th day of February 1849.
Edward Withy,
Thos. Peter Collins.
Was a Brush Manufacturer in 1857 in Bridge Street, Bristol

Marriage GRO Ref: Bristol 11 199 at the Society of Friends Quaker.

13 Sarah ATREE (1810-1897) [122]. Born 23 Feb 1810. Died 13 Feb 1897.

In 1851 census, lived at 12, Bridge Street, Saint Mary Le Port, Bristol (1851 Census HO107 piece 1948 folio 145 page 10 - County: Gloucestershire; recorded as "Withey")
Note that there is also a "visitor" - Mary Simpson, from deptford, Kent.

In 1861 (recorded as "Withey") - Widow, Proprietor Of Gas Shares, Bristol Address: 8, Upper Berkeley Place, St Augustine, Bristol

In 1871 census, lived at Raglan Place, Stranton, West Hartlepool - occupation shown as Annuitant (i.e. receiving a sum of money from an estate or insurance).
In 1881 census, lived at 29, Thornton St, Stranton, Durham (Income From Dividends). Also in house were Rachael (Daughter - Single) and Harold Withhy (Grand Son, age 5 - Scholar born West Hartlepool, Durham).

7 Anne TREADGOLD (1845-1925) [130]. Born 1845. Died 21 Apr 1925.

In 1881 census, is shown as: Ann Withy (Wife - Married - Female - Age 35 - Born 1846 in Stockton on Tees, Durham, England).

14 Thomas TREADGOLD (1805- ) [704]. Born 1805, Great Broughton, Northamptonshire.

In 1861 Census, lived at: 3, Hardwick Terrace, Stockton On Tees, Stockton.

15 Jane BROWER (1817- ) [705]. Born 1817, Stockton, Durham.

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Frederick KING (1860-1925)

1 Frederick Maskell KING (1860-1925) [574]. Born 1860. Marr Bertha WITHY 9 Feb 1897. Died 1925.

From The Social Sphere; Observer, Volume XVI, Issue 946, 13 February 1897, Page 10.
A very interesting double wedding was quietly solemnized, on Tuesday last, at the residence of Mr Edward Withy, Parnell the contracting couples being Mr Arthur Withy and Miss Katie Hould, youngest daughter of Mr Houia of Auckland, and Mr Frederick M. King ana Mias Bertha Withy. The Rev. Alfred Peters officiated m the presence of a number of relatives and friends. Mr ana Mrs Withy departed in the Anglian to join the Kaikoura for England, where it ia Mr Withy's intention to resume the journalistic profession. Mr and Mrs King, departed to spend their honeymoon at Rotorua.

Fernando KING OF LEON ( - )

1 Fernando II Alfonsez KING OF LEON ( - ) [458]. Born. Marr Urraca Affonsez QUEEN OF LEON. Died.

Eleanor KING OF LEON & CASTILE ( - )

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Mother: Doña BERENGUELA, 1246, age 66, Doña_Berenguela_01

1 Eleanor KING OF LEON & CASTILE ( - ) [534].

2 Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ (1171-1230) [456]. Born 15 Aug 1171. Marr Doña BERENGUELA 1197. Died 24 Sep 1230.

4 Fernando II Alfonsez KING OF LEON ( - ) [458]. Born. Marr Urraca Affonsez QUEEN OF LEON. Died.

5 Urraca Affonsez QUEEN OF LEON ( - ) [459]. Died.

3 Doña BERENGUELA (1180-1246) [457]. Born 1180. Died 8 Nov 1246.

Note on Marriage to Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ: Annulled in 1204 by Pope Innocent III because they were second cousins.

6 Alfonso VIII of CASTILE ( - ) [533].

7 Eleanor PLANTAGENET ( - ) [530].

14 Henry II of ENGLAND ( - ) [531].

15 Eleanor of AQUITAINE ( - ) [532].

Katherine KOS (1939- )

1 Katherine Mary KOS1 (1939- ) [417]. Born 24 Jul 1939. Died.

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Maud LACY ( - )

1 Maud de LACY ( - ) [591].

Chris LAMB (1951- )

1 Chris LAMB1 (1951- ) [2]. Born 16 Apr 1951, Newcastle upon Tyne. Died.

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Edward LAMB (1981- )

1 Edward LAMB1 (1981- ) [89]. Born 14 Dec 1981, Newcastle upon Tyne. Died.

2 Chris LAMB2 (1951- ) [2]. Born 16 Apr 1951, Newcastle upon Tyne. Died.

3 Gillian WITHY1 (1956- ) [57]. Born 31 Mar 1956, Birkenhead. Died.

6 Robert (Bob) WITHY (1928- ) [52]. Born 16 Aug 1928. Died.

12 George WITHY (1886-1967) [500]. Born 10 Jan 1886, Durham, West Hartlepool. Marr Sarah Alice STANKLEY frm 1 Apr 1918 to 30 Jun 1918. Marr Elizabeth Alma STANKLEY frm 1 Oct 1922 to 31 Dec 1922, Hartlepool, Durham. Marr Margaret Ellen GIBSON 26 Sep 1936, Stockport, Cheshire. Marr Margaret Ellen GIBSON. Died 1967, Heswall nursing home.

Born in 1886, in West Hartlepool. Apprenticed as a Ships' draughtsman, he first moved to Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness).

In 1901 census, was living at 151, Stockton Road, West Hartlepool, with his parents (Reference: RG13 piece 4642 folio 209 page 49
In 1911 census, was living as a "lodger" at 34 West View Road Barrow in Furness (Reference: RG14PN25677 RG78PN1473 RD482 SD1 ED27 SN187)

He moved to Birkenhead in 1915 (living at 11, Ashburton Road) to take charge of the building of the first submarine contract obtained for the Shipyard. For 35 years, he was the senior Naval architect on Admiralty construction at Cammell Laird & Co. (Shipbuilders and Engineers) Ltd., Birkenhead. He supervised all their Naval construction, including the battleships Rodney and Prince of Wales. The first Ark Royal, and many smaller vessels.

He was married 3 times. First to Sarah Alice Stankley (1916). She died in the 1918 flue epidemic. He then married her sister, Elizabeth Alma Stankley. Following her death in 1934 from 'a stomach problem', he married Margaret Ellen Gibson on 26/09/1936. (details from Jennifer Stankley).

13 Elizabeth Alma STANKLEY3 (1890-1934) [162]. Born 6 Feb 1890, West Hartlepool, Durham. Died 28 Jan 1934, Birkenhead General Hospital.

Second wife of George Withy (B 10.01.1886) (see Marriage Certificate). The sister of Sarah Alice Stankley, his first wife. Elizabeth Alma died in 1934 (See death certificate).

7 Beryl JONES1 (1921- ) [53]. Born 31 Aug 1921, Wallasey. Died.

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Harriet LAMB (1986- )

1 Harriet LAMB1 (1986- ) [91]. Born 23 Oct 1986, Arrowe Park Hospital. Died.

2 Chris LAMB2 (1951- ) [2]. Born 16 Apr 1951, Newcastle upon Tyne. Died.

3 Gillian WITHY1 (1956- ) [57]. Born 31 Mar 1956, Birkenhead. Died.

6 Robert (Bob) WITHY (1928- ) [52]. Born 16 Aug 1928. Died.

12 George WITHY (1886-1967) [500]. Born 10 Jan 1886, Durham, West Hartlepool. Marr Sarah Alice STANKLEY frm 1 Apr 1918 to 30 Jun 1918. Marr Elizabeth Alma STANKLEY frm 1 Oct 1922 to 31 Dec 1922, Hartlepool, Durham. Marr Margaret Ellen GIBSON 26 Sep 1936, Stockport, Cheshire. Marr Margaret Ellen GIBSON. Died 1967, Heswall nursing home.

Born in 1886, in West Hartlepool. Apprenticed as a Ships' draughtsman, he first moved to Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness).

In 1901 census, was living at 151, Stockton Road, West Hartlepool, with his parents (Reference: RG13 piece 4642 folio 209 page 49
In 1911 census, was living as a "lodger" at 34 West View Road Barrow in Furness (Reference: RG14PN25677 RG78PN1473 RD482 SD1 ED27 SN187)

He moved to Birkenhead in 1915 (living at 11, Ashburton Road) to take charge of the building of the first submarine contract obtained for the Shipyard. For 35 years, he was the senior Naval architect on Admiralty construction at Cammell Laird & Co. (Shipbuilders and Engineers) Ltd., Birkenhead. He supervised all their Naval construction, including the battleships Rodney and Prince of Wales. The first Ark Royal, and many smaller vessels.

He was married 3 times. First to Sarah Alice Stankley (1916). She died in the 1918 flue epidemic. He then married her sister, Elizabeth Alma Stankley. Following her death in 1934 from 'a stomach problem', he married Margaret Ellen Gibson on 26/09/1936. (details from Jennifer Stankley).

13 Elizabeth Alma STANKLEY3 (1890-1934) [162]. Born 6 Feb 1890, West Hartlepool, Durham. Died 28 Jan 1934, Birkenhead General Hospital.

Second wife of George Withy (B 10.01.1886) (see Marriage Certificate). The sister of Sarah Alice Stankley, his first wife. Elizabeth Alma died in 1934 (See death certificate).

7 Beryl JONES1 (1921- ) [53]. Born 31 Aug 1921, Wallasey. Died.

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3Jennifer Stankley

Oliver LAMB (1983- )

1 Oliver LAMB1 (1983- ) [90]. Born 22 Aug 1983, Newcastle upon Tyne. Died.

2 Chris LAMB2 (1951- ) [2]. Born 16 Apr 1951, Newcastle upon Tyne. Died.

3 Gillian WITHY1 (1956- ) [57]. Born 31 Mar 1956, Birkenhead. Died.

6 Robert (Bob) WITHY (1928- ) [52]. Born 16 Aug 1928. Died.

12 George WITHY (1886-1967) [500]. Born 10 Jan 1886, Durham, West Hartlepool. Marr Sarah Alice STANKLEY frm 1 Apr 1918 to 30 Jun 1918. Marr Elizabeth Alma STANKLEY frm 1 Oct 1922 to 31 Dec 1922, Hartlepool, Durham. Marr Margaret Ellen GIBSON 26 Sep 1936, Stockport, Cheshire. Marr Margaret Ellen GIBSON. Died 1967, Heswall nursing home.

Born in 1886, in West Hartlepool. Apprenticed as a Ships' draughtsman, he first moved to Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness).

In 1901 census, was living at 151, Stockton Road, West Hartlepool, with his parents (Reference: RG13 piece 4642 folio 209 page 49
In 1911 census, was living as a "lodger" at 34 West View Road Barrow in Furness (Reference: RG14PN25677 RG78PN1473 RD482 SD1 ED27 SN187)

He moved to Birkenhead in 1915 (living at 11, Ashburton Road) to take charge of the building of the first submarine contract obtained for the Shipyard. For 35 years, he was the senior Naval architect on Admiralty construction at Cammell Laird & Co. (Shipbuilders and Engineers) Ltd., Birkenhead. He supervised all their Naval construction, including the battleships Rodney and Prince of Wales. The first Ark Royal, and many smaller vessels.

He was married 3 times. First to Sarah Alice Stankley (1916). She died in the 1918 flue epidemic. He then married her sister, Elizabeth Alma Stankley. Following her death in 1934 from 'a stomach problem', he married Margaret Ellen Gibson on 26/09/1936. (details from Jennifer Stankley).

13 Elizabeth Alma STANKLEY3 (1890-1934) [162]. Born 6 Feb 1890, West Hartlepool, Durham. Died 28 Jan 1934, Birkenhead General Hospital.

Second wife of George Withy (B 10.01.1886) (see Marriage Certificate). The sister of Sarah Alice Stankley, his first wife. Elizabeth Alma died in 1934 (See death certificate).

7 Beryl JONES1 (1921- ) [53]. Born 31 Aug 1921, Wallasey. Died.

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Betty LANGSTON ( - )

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Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389)

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Elizabeth LE DESPENSER, 1845, age 518, Elizabeth le Despenser

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Father: Hugh LE DISPENSER, 1326, age 40, Execution of HughDespenser

1 Elizabeth LE DESPENSER (c. 1327-1389) [190]. Born c. 1327. Marr Sir Maurice BERKELEY Aug 1338. Died 13 Jul 1389.

2 Hugh LE DISPENSER (1286-1326) [191]. Born 1286. Died 24 Nov 1326.

In May 1306 Hugh was knighted

Hanged
. Sometimes referred to as "the Elder Despenser", was for a time the chief adviser to King Edward II of England.

4 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

8 Sir Hugh le DESPENCER (1223-1265) [576]. Born 1223. Died 4 Aug 1265.

9 Aliva BASSET ( - ) [577].

5 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

10 William de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [582].

11 Maud FITZJOHN ( -c. 1301) [583]. Died c. 16 Apr 1301.

3 Eleanor DE CLARE (1292-1337) [192]. Born 3 Oct 1292, Caerphilly in Glamorgan, Wales. Died 30 Jun 1337.

6 Gilbert DE CLARE (1243-1295) [193]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Marr Joan of ACRE c. 1290. Died 7 Dec 1295, Monmouth Castle.

Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour.

12 Richard de CLARE (1243-1295) [590]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Died 7 Dec 1295.

13 Maud de LACY ( - ) [591].

7 Joan of ACRE (1272-1307) [194]. Born Apr 1272, Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. Marr Ralph de MONTHERMER 1297. Died 23 Apr 1307, Clare, Suffolk, England.

The daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. The name "Acre" derives from her birthplace in the Holy Land while her parents were on a crusade.

She was married twice; her first husband was Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, one of the most powerful nobles in her father's kingdom; her second husband was Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in her household whom she married in secrecy.

Joan is most notable for the claim that miracles have allegedly taken place at her grave, and for the multiple references of her in literature.

14 Edward I1 (1239-1307) [204]. Born 17 Jun 1239, Westminster, London, England. Marr Eleanor OF CASTILLE 1 Nov 1254, Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. Marr MARGEURITE OF FRANCE 10 Sep 1299. Died 7 Jul 1307, Burgh-On-Sands, Cumberland, England.

He was buried on 28 Oct 1307 in Westminster, London, England. He was married to Queen of England, Castile ELEANOR in 1254.
Children were:
i. England Plantagenet JOAN was born in 1272 in Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. She died on 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England.
ii. England MARGARET was born in 1275. She died in 1318.
iii. England Plantagenet ELIZABETH was born on 7 Aug 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Flint, WALES. She died on 5 May 1316 in Quendon, Essex, ENGLAND. She was buried on 23 May 1316 in Walden Abbey, Herts, England.
iv. King of England EDWARD II Plantagenet.

He was also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots; was King of England from 1272 to 1307.

15 Eleanor OF CASTILLE1 (1241-1290) [195]. Born 1241, Castile, Spain. Died Nov 1290, Harby, Near Lincoln.

In 1254, English fears of a Castilian invasion of the English province of Gascony induced Edward's father to arrange a politically expedient marriage between his fourteen-year-old son and Eleanor, the half-sister of King Alfonso X of Castile.
Eleanor and Edward were married on 1 November 1254 in the Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. As part of the marriage agreement, the young prince received grants of land worth 15,000 marks a year.
Though the endowments King Henry made were sizeable, they offered Edward little independence. He had already received Gascony as early as 1249, but Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester, had been appointed as royal lieutenant the year before and, consequently, drew its income, so in practice Edward derived neither authority nor revenue from this province. The grant he received in 1254 included most of Ireland, and much land in Wales and England, including the earldom of Chester, but the king retained much control over the land in question, particularly in Ireland, so Edward's power was limited there as well, and the king derived most of the income from those lands.

From 1254 to 1257, Edward was under the influence of his mother's relatives, known as the Savoyards, the most notable of whom was Peter of Savoy, the queen's uncle. After 1257, Edward increasingly fell in with the Poitevin or Lusignan faction — the half-brothers of his father Henry III — led by such men as William de Valence. This association was significant, because the two groups of privileged foreigners were resented by the established English aristocracy, and they would be at the centre of the ensuing years' baronial reform movement.
There were tales of unruly and violent conduct by Edward and his Lusignan kinsmen, which raised questions about the royal heir's personal qualities. The next years would be formative on Edward's character.

Eleanor of Castile was the first queen consort of Edward I of England. She was also Countess of Ponthieu in her own right from 1279 until her death in 1290, succeeding her mother and ruling together with her husband.

Edward married Eleanor at Las Huelgas in Spain (October 1254) and then traveled to Bordeaux to organize his scattered appanage.
Upon her death, Edward erected the famous Eleanor Crosses--several of which still stand--at each place where her coffin rested on its way to London. The best known are at Banbury and Charring (London).

Sources

1History books

Hugh LE DISPENSER (1286-1326)

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Hugh LE DISPENSER, 1326, age 40, Execution of HughDespenser

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Father: Hugh le DESPENSER, Coat of arms of elder dispenser

1 Hugh LE DISPENSER (1286-1326) [191]. Born 1286. Died 24 Nov 1326.

In May 1306 Hugh was knighted

Hanged
. Sometimes referred to as "the Elder Despenser", was for a time the chief adviser to King Edward II of England.

2 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

4 Sir Hugh le DESPENCER (1223-1265) [576]. Born 1223. Died 4 Aug 1265.

5 Aliva BASSET ( - ) [577].

10 Philip BASSET (1185-1271) [578]. Born 1185. Died 19 Oct 1271.

11 Hawise DE LOUVAINE ( - ) [990].

3 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

6 William de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [582].

7 Maud FITZJOHN ( -c. 1301) [583]. Died c. 16 Apr 1301.

14 John FITZGEOFFREY (c. 1205-1258) [584]. Born c. 1205, Shere, Surrey, England. Died 23 Nov 1258.

John LE DISPENSER (c. 1325- )

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Father: Hugh LE DISPENSER, 1326, age 40, Execution of HughDespenser

1 John LE DISPENSER (c. 1325- ) [598]. Born c. 1325.

2 Hugh LE DISPENSER (1286-1326) [191]. Born 1286. Died 24 Nov 1326.

In May 1306 Hugh was knighted

Hanged
. Sometimes referred to as "the Elder Despenser", was for a time the chief adviser to King Edward II of England.

4 Hugh le DESPENSER (1260-1326) [575]. Born 1 Mar 1260. Died 27 Oct 1326.

He was created a baron by writ of summons to Parliament in 1295. Despenser became Edward's loyal servant and chief administrator after Gaveston was executed in 1312, but the jealousy of other barons - and, more importantly, his own corruption and unjust behaviour - led to his being exiled along with his son Hugh Despenser the younger in 1321, when Edmund de Woodstoke replaced him as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.

8 Sir Hugh le DESPENCER (1223-1265) [576]. Born 1223. Died 4 Aug 1265.

9 Aliva BASSET ( - ) [577].

5 Isabel BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [581].

10 William de BEAUCHAMP ( - ) [582].

11 Maud FITZJOHN ( -c. 1301) [583]. Died c. 16 Apr 1301.

3 Eleanor DE CLARE (1292-1337) [192]. Born 3 Oct 1292, Caerphilly in Glamorgan, Wales. Died 30 Jun 1337.

6 Gilbert DE CLARE (1243-1295) [193]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Marr Joan of ACRE c. 1290. Died 7 Dec 1295, Monmouth Castle.

Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour.

12 Richard de CLARE (1243-1295) [590]. Born 2 Sep 1243, Christchurch, Hampshire. Died 7 Dec 1295.

13 Maud de LACY ( - ) [591].

7 Joan of ACRE (1272-1307) [194]. Born Apr 1272, Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. Marr Ralph de MONTHERMER 1297. Died 23 Apr 1307, Clare, Suffolk, England.

The daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. The name "Acre" derives from her birthplace in the Holy Land while her parents were on a crusade.

She was married twice; her first husband was Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, one of the most powerful nobles in her father's kingdom; her second husband was Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in her household whom she married in secrecy.

Joan is most notable for the claim that miracles have allegedly taken place at her grave, and for the multiple references of her in literature.

14 Edward I1 (1239-1307) [204]. Born 17 Jun 1239, Westminster, London, England. Marr Eleanor OF CASTILLE 1 Nov 1254, Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. Marr MARGEURITE OF FRANCE 10 Sep 1299. Died 7 Jul 1307, Burgh-On-Sands, Cumberland, England.

He was buried on 28 Oct 1307 in Westminster, London, England. He was married to Queen of England, Castile ELEANOR in 1254.
Children were:
i. England Plantagenet JOAN was born in 1272 in Acre, Palestine, Holy Land. She died on 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England.
ii. England MARGARET was born in 1275. She died in 1318.
iii. England Plantagenet ELIZABETH was born on 7 Aug 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Flint, WALES. She died on 5 May 1316 in Quendon, Essex, ENGLAND. She was buried on 23 May 1316 in Walden Abbey, Herts, England.
iv. King of England EDWARD II Plantagenet.

He was also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots; was King of England from 1272 to 1307.

15 Eleanor OF CASTILLE1 (1241-1290) [195]. Born 1241, Castile, Spain. Died Nov 1290, Harby, Near Lincoln.

In 1254, English fears of a Castilian invasion of the English province of Gascony induced Edward's father to arrange a politically expedient marriage between his fourteen-year-old son and Eleanor, the half-sister of King Alfonso X of Castile.
Eleanor and Edward were married on 1 November 1254 in the Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Castile. As part of the marriage agreement, the young prince received grants of land worth 15,000 marks a year.
Though the endowments King Henry made were sizeable, they offered Edward little independence. He had already received Gascony as early as 1249, but Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester, had been appointed as royal lieutenant the year before and, consequently, drew its income, so in practice Edward derived neither authority nor revenue from this province. The grant he received in 1254 included most of Ireland, and much land in Wales and England, including the earldom of Chester, but the king retained much control over the land in question, particularly in Ireland, so Edward's power was limited there as well, and the king derived most of the income from those lands.

From 1254 to 1257, Edward was under the influence of his mother's relatives, known as the Savoyards, the most notable of whom was Peter of Savoy, the queen's uncle. After 1257, Edward increasingly fell in with the Poitevin or Lusignan faction — the half-brothers of his father Henry III — led by such men as William de Valence. This association was significant, because the two groups of privileged foreigners were resented by the established English aristocracy, and they would be at the centre of the ensuing years' baronial reform movement.
There were tales of unruly and violent conduct by Edward and his Lusignan kinsmen, which raised questions about the royal heir's personal qualities. The next years would be formative on Edward's character.

Eleanor of Castile was the first queen consort of Edward I of England. She was also Countess of Ponthieu in her own right from 1279 until her death in 1290, succeeding her mother and ruling together with her husband.

Edward married Eleanor at Las Huelgas in Spain (October 1254) and then traveled to Bordeaux to organize his scattered appanage.
Upon her death, Edward erected the famous Eleanor Crosses--several of which still stand--at each place where her coffin rested on its way to London. The best known are at Banbury and Charring (London).

Sources

1History books

William LEE ( -1809)

1 William LEE ( -1809) [783]. Died 6 Aug 1809, Henbury.

Christian LENNARD ( - )

1 Christian LENNARD ( - ) [955].

Alfonso LEÓN (1171-c. 1230)

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Alfonso IX of LEÓN, Alfonso IX of León

1 Alfonso IX of LEÓN (1171-c. 1230) [597]. Born 15 Aug 1171. Died c. 23 Sep 1230.

Was king of León and Galicia from the death of his father Ferdinand II in 1188 until his own death. According to Ibn Khaldun, he is said to have been called the Baboso or Slobberer because he was subject to fits of rage during which he foamed at the mouth.

Berengaria LEÓN (1204-1237)

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Mother: Doña BERENGUELA, 1246, age 66, Doña_Berenguela_01

1 Berengaria of LEÓN (1204-1237) [537]. Born 1204. Died 1237.

2 Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ (1171-1230) [456]. Born 15 Aug 1171. Marr Doña BERENGUELA 1197. Died 24 Sep 1230.

4 Fernando II Alfonsez KING OF LEON ( - ) [458]. Born. Marr Urraca Affonsez QUEEN OF LEON. Died.

5 Urraca Affonsez QUEEN OF LEON ( - ) [459]. Died.

3 Doña BERENGUELA (1180-1246) [457]. Born 1180. Died 8 Nov 1246.

Note on Marriage to Alfonso IX FERNANDEZ: Annulled in 1204 by Pope Innocent III because they were second cousins.

6 Alfonso VIII of CASTILE ( - ) [533].

7 Eleanor PLANTAGENET ( - ) [530].

14 Henry II of ENGLAND ( - ) [531].

15 Eleanor of AQUITAINE ( - ) [532].

William LETT ( - )

1 William Alfred John LETT ( - ) [753]. Marr Susan Anne WITHY 20 Jul 1957, Whakatane, New Zealand.

Olga LEUTZ ( - )

1 Olga LEUTZ ( - ) [678].

Gladys LINLEY (1914-2003)

1 Gladys LINLEY (1914-2003) [294]. Born 21 Jan 1914, Dinmore, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Marr John BERNSTEIN 28 Feb 1942, Methodist Church, Wesbourne Road, W. Died 2 Mar 2003, Abbeyfield Nursing Home, Wesr Kirby, Wirral, Ch.

2 William LINLEY ( - ) [662].

3 Mary Anne JONES ( - ) [663].

William LINLEY ( - )

1 William LINLEY ( - ) [662].

Margaret LISLE (1360-1392)

1 Margaret de LISLE (1360-1392) [608]. Born 1360. Died 1392.

2 Warine de LISLE ( - ) [609].

3 Margaret PIPARD ( - ) [610].

Warine LISLE ( - )

1 Warine de LISLE ( - ) [609].

John LITTLE (c. 1780- )

1 John LITTLE (c. 1780- ) [571]. Born c. 1780, Bristol, Gloucs, England.

Ralph LITTON ( - )

1 Ralph DE GORGES of Wraxall & LITTON ( - ) [886].

2 Sir Ralph DE GORGES ( -1271) [884]. Died 1271.

3 Elena DE MORVILLE ( -1292) [885]. Died 1292.

Agatha LLOYD (1775-1832)

1 Agatha LLOYD (1775-1832) [1142]. Born 10 Jan 1775, Birmingham. Died 1 Dec 1832.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

8 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

9 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

5 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

3 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

Alfred LLOYD (1780-1833)

1 Alfred LLOYD (1780-1833) [1137]. Born 9 Nov 1780, Birmingham. Died 25 Jul 1833.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

8 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

9 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

5 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

3 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

Ambrose LLOYD (1698-1742)

1 Ambrose LLOYD (1698-1742) [1127]. Born 1698, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1742.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

4 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

8 [unnamed person] ( - ) [1117].

5 Sarah Elizabeth LORT1 (1633-1685) [172]. Born 2 Nov 1633, Stockpole Court, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Died 1685.

10 Sampson LORT1 (c. 1610-c. 1710) [173]. Born c. 1610. Died c. 1710.

11 Olive PHILLIPS (1615-c. 1715) [174]. Born 1615. Died c. 1715.

3 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

6 Ambrose CROWLEY (1658- ) [1121]. Born 1658, Stourbridge.

7 Mary OWEN ( -1727) [1122]. Died 1727.

14 Charles OWEN ( - ) [1123].

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Anne LLOYD (1773-1829)

1 Anne (Nancy) LLOYD (1773-1829) [1143]. Born 9 Sep 1773, Birmingham. Died 1829.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

8 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

9 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

5 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

3 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

Catherine LLOYD (1787-1807)

1 Catherine LLOYD (1787-1807) [1145]. Born 1787. Died 12 Mar 1807.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

8 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

9 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

5 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

3 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

Charles LLOYD III (1697-1741)

1 Charles LLOYD III (1697-1741) [1126]. Born 1697, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Died 1741.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

4 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

8 [unnamed person] ( - ) [1117].

5 Sarah Elizabeth LORT1 (1633-1685) [172]. Born 2 Nov 1633, Stockpole Court, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Died 1685.

10 Sampson LORT1 (c. 1610-c. 1710) [173]. Born c. 1610. Died c. 1710.

11 Olive PHILLIPS (1615-c. 1715) [174]. Born 1615. Died c. 1715.

3 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

6 Ambrose CROWLEY (1658- ) [1121]. Born 1658, Stourbridge.

7 Mary OWEN ( -1727) [1122]. Died 1727.

14 Charles OWEN ( - ) [1123].

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Charles LLOYD (1662-1747)

1 Charles LLOYD (1662-1747) [1118]. Born 18 Oct 1662. Marr Sarah CROWLEY 6 Jul 1693, Stourbridge, Worcestershire. Died 21 Jan 1747.

2 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

4 [unnamed person] ( - ) [1117].

3 Sarah Elizabeth LORT1 (1633-1685) [172]. Born 2 Nov 1633, Stockpole Court, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Died 1685.

6 Sampson LORT1 (c. 1610-c. 1710) [173]. Born c. 1610. Died c. 1710.

12 Henry LORT ( - ) [896].

Note: Sheriff 1619.Henry had three sons: ROGER (who lived atStackpole); JOHN (who lived at Prickaston or Prickeston, near Castlemartin church - see Fenton, Pembrokeshire, 1903 ed., 223; today only a farmhouse), and SAMPSON, of East Moor, near Manorbier, who m. a daughter of Sir John Philipps of Picton. All three 'trimmed' dexterously during the Civil Wars. In 1642 Roger was on the Parliament's Militia Commission for Pembrokeshire, but in the same year he and Sampson were members of the 'Royalist Association,' and Roger a Royalist officer; both brothers signed several declarations on the king's side in 1643-4; Roger persuaded Tenby to admit a royalist garrison, and Sampson was one of the gentry who spoke of attacking Pembroke. In 1643 Stackpole was taken by Rowland Laugharne (q.v.), but Roger Lort was not there - he had gone up to London to make his peace with Parliament, and though in 1645 he was fined £1,000, the fine was never paid. Indeed, in 1645 all three brothers were in the Parliamentary 'Association' of west Wales. But it is clear that the Puritan leaders of west Wales had little faith in them; and in the same year it became obvious that all was not well between them and Poyer and Laugharne. This disagreement became important in 1647 when Poyer threw all three into gaol; Poyer's disobedience of Laugharne's order to release them was one of the causes of his downfall later on. They were released, and at the end of the wars, officially pardoned. Not that the Royalists either thought highly of them; one of these in 1661 (Laws, Little England, 356 = Camb. Register, i, 164) judged that Roger Lort was prepared to adhere to any principle or religion that would bring him wealth, and as for Sampson: 'he hath only the jaw of the Scriptural Sampson, yet he wrought much harm with it - he can pray as long as it profits him.' It is, however, fair to say that Sampson, of all the three brothers, most resembles a genuine Puritan.

13 [unnamed person] ( - ) [900].

7 Olive PHILLIPS (1615-c. 1715) [174]. Born 1615. Died c. 1715.

14 John PHILLIPS ( -1629) [175]. Born. Died 27 Mar 1629.

15 Ann PERROTT (c. 1555- ) [176]. Born c. 1555. Died.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Charlotte LLOYD (1776-1803)

1 Charlotte Charity LLOYD (1776-1803) [1144]. Born 27 Apr 1776, Birmingham. Died 2 Sep 1803.

Possibly in childbirth.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

8 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

9 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

5 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

3 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

David LLOYD (1769- )

1 David LLOYD (1769- ) [1135]. Born 1769.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

8 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

9 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

5 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

3 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

Elizabeth LLOYD (1770-1797)

1 Elizabeth LLOYD (1770-1797) [1141]. Born 6 Dec 1770, Birmingham. Died Aug 1797, Birmingham. Buried 15 Aug 1797, Bull Lane burial ground, Birmingham.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

8 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

9 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

5 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

3 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

Captain George LLOYD (1786-1828)

1 George LLOYD (1786-1828) [1139]. Born 3 May 1786, Birmingham. Died 1828.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

8 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

9 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

5 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

3 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

Henry LLOYD (1784-1864)

1 Henry LLOYD (1784-1864) [1138]. Born 1784. Died 1864.

Hi Andy my ggg fther was Henry Lloyd born 1784 chr. in London married to Alicia ary de Visme Whittle reputed to have been a scholar, part of a shipowning fwmily, wnet to the Azores where 2 of his children were born, ohter s christened in St. Olaves Bermonddey, had an orange import business came to S9ouh Africa in the 1820"dd went back to England leaving his children and grandchildren behind, I cannot find death notices or probate records for either in SA...however his possterity I have throroughly researched. Family tradition and some publications attribued him or his fathewr as being a Governor in the Azores his father to be privte secretary to Lord Mansfield, he was literate in Hebrew and Greek Alicia was the granddaughter of a Fench nobleman, and had her own private income......quesion could it be the same Henry????? Also related to Lord Packenham?

2 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

8 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

9 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

5 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

3 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

Jane LLOYD (c. 1689-1761)

1 Jane LLOYD (c. 1689-1761) [790]. Born c. 1689. Christened 1689, St James, Bristol. Marr George DAUBENY 3 Apr 1712. Died 15 Sep 1761, St James, Bristol.

2 John LLOYD ( - ) [1435].

Owned the St James’ Back properties.

Margaret LLOYD (1931-2006)

1 Margaret LLOYD (1931-2006) [238]. Born 1931. Died 2006, Seale.

Rachel LLOYD (1766-1793)

1 Rachel LLOYD (1766-1793) [1140]. Born 20 Nov 1766, Birmingham. Died 3 Jun 1793, Birmingham. Buried 3 Jun 1793, Bull Lane burial ground, Birmingham.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

8 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

9 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

5 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

3 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

Richard LLOYD (1772-1830)

1 Richard LLOYD (1772-1830) [1136]. Born 6 Jun 1772, Birmingham. Died 1830.

Possibly in worked / died in Coventry.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

8 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

9 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

5 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

3 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

Sampson LLOYD (1765-1800)

1 Sampson LLOYD (1765-1800) [1133]. Born 15 Nov 1765, Birmingham. Died 29 Dec 1800.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

8 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

9 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

5 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

3 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

Sampson LLOYD (1728- )

1 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

8 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

9 Sarah Elizabeth LORT1 (1633-1685) [172]. Born 2 Nov 1633, Stockpole Court, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Died 1685.

5 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

10 Ambrose CROWLEY (1658- ) [1121]. Born 1658, Stourbridge.

11 Mary OWEN ( -1727) [1122]. Died 1727.

3 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779)

1 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

4 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

8 [unnamed person] ( - ) [1117].

5 Sarah Elizabeth LORT1 (1633-1685) [172]. Born 2 Nov 1633, Stockpole Court, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Died 1685.

10 Sampson LORT1 (c. 1610-c. 1710) [173]. Born c. 1610. Died c. 1710.

11 Olive PHILLIPS (1615-c. 1715) [174]. Born 1615. Died c. 1715.

3 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

6 Ambrose CROWLEY (1658- ) [1121]. Born 1658, Stourbridge.

7 Mary OWEN ( -1727) [1122]. Died 1727.

14 Charles OWEN ( - ) [1123].

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692)

1 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

2 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

4 [unnamed person] ( - ) [1117].

3 Sarah Elizabeth LORT1 (1633-1685) [172]. Born 2 Nov 1633, Stockpole Court, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Died 1685.

6 Sampson LORT1 (c. 1610-c. 1710) [173]. Born c. 1610. Died c. 1710.

12 Henry LORT ( - ) [896].

Note: Sheriff 1619.Henry had three sons: ROGER (who lived atStackpole); JOHN (who lived at Prickaston or Prickeston, near Castlemartin church - see Fenton, Pembrokeshire, 1903 ed., 223; today only a farmhouse), and SAMPSON, of East Moor, near Manorbier, who m. a daughter of Sir John Philipps of Picton. All three 'trimmed' dexterously during the Civil Wars. In 1642 Roger was on the Parliament's Militia Commission for Pembrokeshire, but in the same year he and Sampson were members of the 'Royalist Association,' and Roger a Royalist officer; both brothers signed several declarations on the king's side in 1643-4; Roger persuaded Tenby to admit a royalist garrison, and Sampson was one of the gentry who spoke of attacking Pembroke. In 1643 Stackpole was taken by Rowland Laugharne (q.v.), but Roger Lort was not there - he had gone up to London to make his peace with Parliament, and though in 1645 he was fined £1,000, the fine was never paid. Indeed, in 1645 all three brothers were in the Parliamentary 'Association' of west Wales. But it is clear that the Puritan leaders of west Wales had little faith in them; and in the same year it became obvious that all was not well between them and Poyer and Laugharne. This disagreement became important in 1647 when Poyer threw all three into gaol; Poyer's disobedience of Laugharne's order to release them was one of the causes of his downfall later on. They were released, and at the end of the wars, officially pardoned. Not that the Royalists either thought highly of them; one of these in 1661 (Laws, Little England, 356 = Camb. Register, i, 164) judged that Roger Lort was prepared to adhere to any principle or religion that would bring him wealth, and as for Sampson: 'he hath only the jaw of the Scriptural Sampson, yet he wrought much harm with it - he can pray as long as it profits him.' It is, however, fair to say that Sampson, of all the three brothers, most resembles a genuine Puritan.

13 [unnamed person] ( - ) [900].

7 Olive PHILLIPS (1615-c. 1715) [174]. Born 1615. Died c. 1715.

14 John PHILLIPS ( -1629) [175]. Born. Died 27 Mar 1629.

15 Ann PERROTT (c. 1555- ) [176]. Born c. 1555. Died.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Samuel LLOYD (1768-1849)

1 Samuel LLOYD (1768-1849) [1134]. Born 7 Sep 1768, Birmingham. Marr Rachel BRAITHWAITE 3 Oct 1791, Preston Patrick. Died 10 Nov 1849, Farm, Birmingham.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

8 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

9 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

5 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

3 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

Sarah LLOYD (1764-1847)

1 Sarah LLOYD (1764-1847) [1132]. Born 28 Oct 1764, Birmingham. Died 8 Sep 1847, Stamford Hill, England.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1728- ) [1130]. Born 2 Aug 1728.

4 Sampson LLOYD (1699-1779) [1128]. Born 15 May 1699, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr Sarah PARKES 29 Sep 1727. Died 1779.

Founding father of Lloyds Bank - In 1765, at the age of 66, he formed a company with the button maker John Taylor (1711–1775) and his own son, Sampson (3rd), creating Birmingham's first bank: Taylor's and Lloyds, located at 7 Dale End. This is the bank which became Lloyds Bank, and then Lloyds TSB.

8 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

9 Mary CROWLEY (1677- ) [1120]. Born 1677.

5 Sarah PARKES ( - ) [1129].

3 Rachel BARNES ( - ) [1131].

Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732)

1 Sarah LLOYD (1689-1732) [167]. Born 12 Jan 1689, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Marr John GULSON 1713. Died 1732.

2 Sampson LLOYD (1664-1692) [169]. Born 26 Feb 1664. Marr Elizabeth GOOD 8 Apr 1686, Yarpole. Died 1692. Cause: Smallpox. Died 1724.

Also possibly High sherriff of Pembrokeshire.

4 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

8 [unnamed person] ( - ) [1117].

5 Sarah Elizabeth LORT1 (1633-1685) [172]. Born 2 Nov 1633, Stockpole Court, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Died 1685.

10 Sampson LORT1 (c. 1610-c. 1710) [173]. Born c. 1610. Died c. 1710.

11 Olive PHILLIPS (1615-c. 1715) [174]. Born 1615. Died c. 1715.

3 Elizabeth GOOD (c. 1670-1692) [170]. Born c. 1670. Died 1692.

Sources

1Barbara & David Withy

Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698)

1 Charles LLOYDE I OF DOLOBRAN (1ST QUAKER) ( -1698) [171]. Born. Died 1698.

Became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708).

2 [unnamed person] ( - ) [1117].

James STEWART ( - )

1 James Lockie STEWART ( - ) [573]. Marr Kathleen Mary WITHY 20 Dec 1926.

Aaliyah LONDON (2007- )

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Aaliyah LONDON, 2007, age 0, Toni_Aaliyah1

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Mother: Toni Elizabeth WORRALL, TONI_2006_1

1 Aaliyah LONDON (2007- ) [483]. Born 18 Oct 2007, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich.

2 Leon LONDON ( - ) [522]. Marr Toni Elizabeth WORRALL 30 Jul 2005, Charlton, London. Marr.

4 Richard LONDON ( - ) [523].

5 Yvette ( - ) [524].

3 Toni Elizabeth WORRALL1 (1976- ) [4]. Born 31 Oct 1976, Clatterbridge Hospital, Bebbington. Bap 13 Mar 1977, St Thomas's Church. Ellesmere Port, Wirral.

6 Andrew John WORRALL2 (1951- ) [1]. Born 25 Jun 1951, Chester. Marr Carol Elizabeth WITHY 30 Mar 1974, Thurstaston Church.

Married to Carol on 30 March 1974.

12 William John WORRALL3 (1914-1994) [5]. Born 8 Apr 1914, 3, Farm Buildings, Tarvin Road, Chester. 3, Farm Buildings, Tarvin Road, Chester, 6, Ethelbert Road, Meols following marriage. Marr Kathleen Ada FOSTER 1 Sep 1945. Died 24 Feb 1994, Arrowe Park Hospital, Birkenhead. Cause: Aortic anurism.

Baptised May 29th 1914, Chester Cathedral, by Rev Aubrey Baxter, Godmother - Minnie Batchelor (lived at 4 Farm Buildings, Tarvin Road, Chester in 1911 Census with Frederick Thomas (6 yo), Charles James (4 yo) and William (4mths) Baxter).

Occupation: LAC, RAF (War) then Ship Repairer, Camel Lairds, Birkenhead

Died from a Ruptured Abdominal aortic aneurysm, due to Ischaemic Heart Disease, at Arrowe Park Hospital. Reference: Birth & Death Certificates - Buried in Grange Cemetary, Wetkirby.

13 Kathleen Ada FOSTER4 (1915-1967) [6]. Born 5 Feb 1915, 365 Lipton St, Winnipeg, Canada. Bap 14 Mar 1915, ASt Michael and All Angels' Church, Winnipeg. Died 7 Mar 1967, At home - 6, Ethelbert Rd, Meols Hoylake, Wirral.

Born in Winnipeg (365 Lipton Street), Canada on 5th Feb 1915, at 1:05 am.
Spent the first few years of her life living at 365, Lipton St, Winnipeg, Canada (see Ethel Mickle). - Lipton Street was named for British tea merchant Thomas Lipton (1850-1931) in 1903.
Baptised at St Michael and All Angels Church on 14 March 1915
Attended Minto House School, Meols
Confirmed on 13 December 1932.
Worked at Levers, Port Sunlight, before marrying on 04 July 1945.
Member of the Cheshire 90 (ladies) Red Cross. Awarded certificate for "Devoted service to the cause of humanity during 2nd World War 1939-1945", Signed by King George & Elizabeth R.
Died at home from cancer (Peritoneal carcinoma and carcinoma of small intestine); Buried in Grange Cemetry, Wirral.

7 Carol Elizabeth WITHY2 (1951- ) [7]. Born 26 Sep 1951, Birmingham.

14 George WITHY5 (1924-1998) [8]. Born 15 May 1924. Marr Dorothy Elizabeth GRAY 15 Apr 1950, St Lawrence Church, Northfield, Birmingham. Died 17 Nov 1998, 3 Woodside Road, Irby, Wirral.

George Withy attended Bikenhead Park High School and served with the Royal Artillery during World War II. He began his career in journalism in the 1940's as a trainee with the old Birkenhead News and then spent several years working for newspapers in the Midlands, before returning to Merseyside in 1960 to the Daily Post as a sub-editor. Later, he became chief sub-editor. George then joined the Liverpool Echo, where he was night news editor for many years before becoming assistant editor and retring in 1989.
George Withy was synonymous on merseyside with the Institute of Journalists (IOJ), (now the Chartered IOJ) and was for many years the Liverpool District Chairman as well as the Chairman of the national Salaries and Conditions Board. He was a form
er President of the Institute, and also served for a number of years on the Press Council. He was awarded a life Fellowship of the CIOJ on 1 March 1998 He suffered from Altzheimer's Disease during the latter years of his life, but remained at home in Irby throughout his illness, cared for by his wife, Betty, and their two daughters Carol and Kay. He died peacefully at home, with his family at his side. The funeral took place at St Bartholomew's Church, Thurstaston. (See Obituary Notices & Journalism Training Centre Dedication).

15 Dorothy Elizabeth GRAY2 (1925-2014) [9]. Born 14 Sep 1925, Northfield, Birmingham(at home). Died 21 Feb 2014, Elderhome, Clatterbridge.

Sources

1Andrew Worrall (father) & In person
2In person
3Birth & Death Certificates (Buried in Grange Cemetary, Wetkirby)
4Son + Grave stone (Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby)
5In person, Wife (D B Gray) & obituaries

Elias LONDON (2000- )

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Mother: Toni Elizabeth WORRALL, TONI_2006_1

1 Elias LONDON (2000- ) [476]. Born 23 Jan 2000, Greenwich Hospital @ 10.03 pm. Died.

Born at Greenwich Hospital at10.03 pm.

2 Leon LONDON ( - ) [522]. Marr Toni Elizabeth WORRALL 30 Jul 2005, Charlton, London. Marr.

4 Richard LONDON ( - ) [523].

5 Yvette ( - ) [524].

3 Toni Elizabeth WORRALL1 (1976- ) [4]. Born 31 Oct 1976, Clatterbridge Hospital, Bebbington. Bap 13 Mar 1977, St Thomas's Church. Ellesmere Port, Wirral.

6 Andrew John WORRALL2 (1951- ) [1]. Born 25 Jun 1951, Chester. Marr Carol Elizabeth WITHY 30 Mar 1974, Thurstaston Church.

Married to Carol on 30 March 1974.

12 William John WORRALL3 (1914-1994) [5]. Born 8 Apr 1914, 3, Farm Buildings, Tarvin Road, Chester. 3, Farm Buildings, Tarvin Road, Chester, 6, Ethelbert Road, Meols following marriage. Marr Kathleen Ada FOSTER 1 Sep 1945. Died 24 Feb 1994, Arrowe Park Hospital, Birkenhead. Cause: Aortic anurism.

Baptised May 29th 1914, Chester Cathedral, by Rev Aubrey Baxter, Godmother - Minnie Batchelor (lived at 4 Farm Buildings, Tarvin Road, Chester in 1911 Census with Frederick Thomas (6 yo), Charles James (4 yo) and William (4mths) Baxter).

Occupation: LAC, RAF (War) then Ship Repairer, Camel Lairds, Birkenhead

Died from a Ruptured Abdominal aortic aneurysm, due to Ischaemic Heart Disease, at Arrowe Park Hospital. Reference: Birth & Death Certificates - Buried in Grange Cemetary, Wetkirby.

13 Kathleen Ada FOSTER4 (1915-1967) [6]. Born 5 Feb 1915, 365 Lipton St, Winnipeg, Canada. Bap 14 Mar 1915, ASt Michael and All Angels' Church, Winnipeg. Died 7 Mar 1967, At home - 6, Ethelbert Rd, Meols Hoylake, Wirral.

Born in Winnipeg (365 Lipton Street), Canada on 5th Feb 1915, at 1:05 am.
Spent the first few years of her life living at 365, Lipton St, Winnipeg, Canada (see Ethel Mickle). - Lipton Street was named for British tea merchant Thomas Lipton (1850-1931) in 1903.
Baptised at St Michael and All Angels Church on 14 March 1915
Attended Minto House School, Meols
Confirmed on 13 December 1932.
Worked at Levers, Port Sunlight, before marrying on 04 July 1945.
Member of the Cheshire 90 (ladies) Red Cross. Awarded certificate for "Devoted service to the cause of humanity during 2nd World War 1939-1945", Signed by King George & Elizabeth R.
Died at home from cancer (Peritoneal carcinoma and carcinoma of small intestine); Buried in Grange Cemetry, Wirral.

7 Carol Elizabeth WITHY2 (1951- ) [7]. Born 26 Sep 1951, Birmingham.

14 George WITHY5 (1924-1998) [8]. Born 15 May 1924. Marr Dorothy Elizabeth GRAY 15 Apr 1950, St Lawrence Church, Northfield, Birmingham. Died 17 Nov 1998, 3 Woodside Road, Irby, Wirral.

George Withy attended Bikenhead Park High School and served with the Royal Artillery during World War II. He began his career in journalism in the 1940's as a trainee with the old Birkenhead News and then spent several years working for newspapers in the Midlands, before returning to Merseyside in 1960 to the Daily Post as a sub-editor. Later, he became chief sub-editor. George then joined the Liverpool Echo, where he was night news editor for many years before becoming assistant editor and retring in 1989.
George Withy was synonymous on merseyside with the Institute of Journalists (IOJ), (now the Chartered IOJ) and was for many years the Liverpool District Chairman as well as the Chairman of the national Salaries and Conditions Board. He was a form
er President of the Institute, and also served for a number of years on the Press Council. He was awarded a life Fellowship of the CIOJ on 1 March 1998 He suffered from Altzheimer's Disease during the latter years of his life, but remained at home in Irby throughout his illness, cared for by his wife, Betty, and their two daughters Carol and Kay. He died peacefully at home, with his family at his side. The funeral took place at St Bartholomew's Church, Thurstaston. (See Obituary Notices & Journalism Training Centre Dedication).

15 Dorothy Elizabeth GRAY2 (1925-2014) [9]. Born 14 Sep 1925, Northfield, Birmingham(at home). Died 21 Feb 2014, Elderhome, Clatterbridge.

Sources

1Andrew Worrall (father) & In person
2In person
3Birth & Death Certificates (Buried in Grange Cemetary, Wetkirby)
4Son + Grave stone (Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby)
5In person, Wife (D B Gray) & obituaries

Jayven LONDON (2003- )

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Mother: Toni Elizabeth WORRALL, TONI_2006_1

1 Jayven LONDON (2003- ) [481]. Born 12 Apr 2003, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich.

2 Leon LONDON ( - ) [522]. Marr Toni Elizabeth WORRALL 30 Jul 2005, Charlton, London. Marr.

4 Richard LONDON ( - ) [523].

5 Yvette ( - ) [524].

3 Toni Elizabeth WORRALL1 (1976- ) [4]. Born 31 Oct 1976, Clatterbridge Hospital, Bebbington. Bap 13 Mar 1977, St Thomas's Church. Ellesmere Port, Wirral.

6 Andrew John WORRALL2 (1951- ) [1]. Born 25 Jun 1951, Chester. Marr Carol Elizabeth WITHY 30 Mar 1974, Thurstaston Church.

Married to Carol on 30 March 1974.

12 William John WORRALL3 (1914-1994) [5]. Born 8 Apr 1914, 3, Farm Buildings, Tarvin Road, Chester. 3, Farm Buildings, Tarvin Road, Chester, 6, Ethelbert Road, Meols following marriage. Marr Kathleen Ada FOSTER 1 Sep 1945. Died 24 Feb 1994, Arrowe Park Hospital, Birkenhead. Cause: Aortic anurism.

Baptised May 29th 1914, Chester Cathedral, by Rev Aubrey Baxter, Godmother - Minnie Batchelor (lived at 4 Farm Buildings, Tarvin Road, Chester in 1911 Census with Frederick Thomas (6 yo), Charles James (4 yo) and William (4mths) Baxter).

Occupation: LAC, RAF (War) then Ship Repairer, Camel Lairds, Birkenhead

Died from a Ruptured Abdominal aortic aneurysm, due to Ischaemic Heart Disease, at Arrowe Park Hospital. Reference: Birth & Death Certificates - Buried in Grange Cemetary, Wetkirby.

13 Kathleen Ada FOSTER4 (1915-1967) [6]. Born 5 Feb 1915, 365 Lipton St, Winnipeg, Canada. Bap 14 Mar 1915, ASt Michael and All Angels' Church, Winnipeg. Died 7 Mar 1967, At home - 6, Ethelbert Rd, Meols Hoylake, Wirral.

Born in Winnipeg (365 Lipton Street), Canada on 5th Feb 1915, at 1:05 am.
Spent the first few years of her life living at 365, Lipton St, Winnipeg, Canada (see Ethel Mickle). - Lipton Street was named for British tea merchant Thomas Lipton (1850-1931) in 1903.
Baptised at St Michael and All Angels Church on 14 March 1915
Attended Minto House School, Meols
Confirmed on 13 December 1932.
Worked at Levers, Port Sunlight, before marrying on 04 July 1945.
Member of the Cheshire 90 (ladies) Red Cross. Awarded certificate for "Devoted service to the cause of humanity during 2nd World War 1939-1945", Signed by King George & Elizabeth R.
Died at home from cancer (Peritoneal carcinoma and carcinoma of small intestine); Buried in Grange Cemetry, Wirral.

7 Carol Elizabeth WITHY2 (1951- ) [7]. Born 26 Sep 1951, Birmingham.

14 George WITHY5 (1924-1998) [8]. Born 15 May 1924. Marr Dorothy Elizabeth GRAY 15 Apr 1950, St Lawrence Church, Northfield, Birmingham. Died 17 Nov 1998, 3 Woodside Road, Irby, Wirral.

George Withy attended Bikenhead Park High School and served with the Royal Artillery during World War II. He began his career in journalism in the 1940's as a trainee with the old Birkenhead News and then spent several years working for newspapers in the Midlands, before returning to Merseyside in 1960 to the Daily Post as a sub-editor. Later, he became chief sub-editor. George then joined the Liverpool Echo, where he was night news editor for many years before becoming assistant editor and retring in 1989.
George Withy was synonymous on merseyside with the Institute of Journalists (IOJ), (now the Chartered IOJ) and was for many years the Liverpool District Chairman as well as the Chairman of the national Salaries and Conditions Board. He was a form
er President of the Institute, and also served for a number of years on the Press Council. He was awarded a life Fellowship of the CIOJ on 1 March 1998 He suffered from Altzheimer's Disease during the latter years of his life, but remained at home in Irby throughout his illness, cared for by his wife, Betty, and their two daughters Carol and Kay. He died peacefully at home, with his family at his side. The funeral took place at St Bartholomew's Church, Thurstaston. (See Obituary Notices & Journalism Training Centre Dedication).

15 Dorothy Elizabeth GRAY2 (1925-2014) [9]. Born 14 Sep 1925, Northfield, Birmingham(at home). Died 21 Feb 2014, Elderhome, Clatterbridge.

Sources

1Andrew Worrall (father) & In person
2In person
3Birth & Death Certificates (Buried in Grange Cemetary, Wetkirby)
4Son + Grave stone (Buried in Grange Cemetary, Westkirby)
5In person, Wife (D B Gray) & obituaries

Leon LONDON ( - )

1 Leon LONDON ( - ) [522]. Marr Toni Elizabeth WORRALL 30 Jul 2005, Charlton, London. Marr.

2 Richard LONDON ( - ) [523].

3 Yvette ( - ) [524].

Richard LONDON ( - )

1 Richard LONDON ( - ) [480]. Born. Marr Yvette. Died.

Richard LONDON ( - )

1 Richard LONDON ( - ) [523].

Terrel LONDON ( - )

1 Terrel LONDON ( - ) [525].

2 Leon LONDON ( - ) [522]. Marr Toni Elizabeth WORRALL 30 Jul 2005, Charlton, London. Marr.

4 Richard LONDON ( - ) [523].

5 Yvette ( - ) [524].

3 [unnamed person] ( - ) [528].

George LORT ( - )

1 George LORT ( - ) [902].

GEORGE LORT came from Staffordshire to Pembrokeshire c. 1567 assteward of the Stackpole estate under Margaret Stanley; later onhe bought the estate.

Henry LORT ( - )

1 Henry LORT ( - ) [896].

Note: Sheriff 1619.Henry had three sons: ROGER (who lived atStackpole); JOHN (who lived at Prickaston or Prickeston, near Castlemartin church - see Fenton, Pembrokeshire, 1903 ed., 223; today only a farmhouse), and SAMPSON, of East Moor, near Manorbier, who m. a daughter of Sir John Philipps of Picton. All three 'trimmed' dexterously during the Civil Wars. In 1642 Roger was on the Parliament's Militia Commission for Pembrokeshire, but in the same year he and Sampson were members of the 'Royalist Association,' and Roger a Royalist officer; both brothers signed several declarations on the king's side in 1643-4; Roger persuaded Tenby to admit a royalist garrison, and Sampson was one of the gentry who spoke of attacking Pembroke. In 1643 Stackpole was taken by Rowland Laugharne (q.v.), but Roger Lort was not there - he had gone up to London to make his peace with Parliament, and though in 1645 he was fined £1,000, the fine was never paid. Indeed, in 1645 all three brothers were in the Parliamentary 'Association' of west Wales. But it is clear that the Puritan leaders of west Wales had little faith in them; and in the same year it became obvious that all was not well between them and Poyer and Laugharne. This disagreement became important in 1647 when Poyer threw all three into gaol; Poyer's disobedience of Laugharne's order to release them was one of the causes of his downfall later on. They were released, and at the end of the wars, officially pardoned. Not that the Royalists either thought highly of them; one of these in 1661 (Laws, Little England, 356 = Camb. Register, i, 164) judged that Roger Lort was prepared to adhere to any principle or religion that would bring him wealth, and as for Sampson: 'he hath only the jaw of the Scriptural Sampson, yet he wrought much harm with it - he can pray as long as it profits him.' It is, however, fair to say that Sampson, of all the three brothers, most resembles a genuine Puritan.

2 Roger LORT (1555-1613) [899]. Born 1555. Died 1613.

4 George LORT ( - ) [902].

GEORGE LORT came from Staffordshire to Pembrokeshire c. 1567 assteward of the Stackpole estate under Margaret Stanley; later onhe bought the estate.

5 [unnamed person] ( - ) [903].

3 [unnamed person] ( - ) [901].

John LORT ( - )

1 John LORT ( - ) [898].

2 Henry LORT ( - ) [896].

Note: Sheriff 1619.Henry had three sons: ROGER (who lived atStackpole); JOHN (who lived at Prickaston or Prickeston, near Castlemartin church - see Fenton, Pembrokeshire, 1903 ed., 223; today only a farmhouse), and SAMPSON, of East Moor, near Manorbier, who m. a daughter of Sir John Philipps of Picton. All three 'trimmed' dexterously during the Civil Wars. In 1642 Roger was on the Parliament's Militia Commission for Pembrokeshire, but in the same year he and Sampson were members of the 'Royalist Association,' and Roger a Royalist officer; both brothers signed several declarations on the king's side in 1643-4; Roger persuaded Tenby to admit a royalist garrison, and Sampson was one of the gentry who spoke of attacking Pembroke. In 1643 Stackpole was taken by Rowland Laugharne (q.v.), but Roger Lort was not there - he had gone up to London to make his peace with Parliament, and though in 1645 he was fined £1,000, the fine was never paid. Indeed, in 1645 all three brothers were in the Parliamentary 'Association' of west Wales. But it is clear that the Puritan leaders of west Wales had little faith in them; and in the same year it became obvious that all was not well between them and Poyer and Laugharne. This disagreement became important in 1647 when Poyer threw all three into gaol; Poyer's disobedience of Laugharne's order to release them was one of the causes of his downfall later on. They were released, and at t