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Zackariah operated a general store, Latonia Station, Kentucky until about 1890. He moved to Kansas City, Kansas about 1890. Between 1890 and 1896, he left his family and went south. He resided in Denver Colorado from 1909-1916 with his daughter, Statira. Hi died in 1916 in Denver, Colorado and is buried at Crown Hill Cemetery.  
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New Atkin Details:

1841 [Ann]

RG number: HO107 Piece: 638 Book/Folio: 8/10 Page: 14 Registration District: Spilsby

Sub District: Spilsby Civil Parish: West Keal County: Lincolnshire

Address: Keal Coats, West Keal County: Lincolnshire

Name Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Where Born

ATKIN, Ann F 70 1771 Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Charles M 45 1796 Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Jonathan M 30 1811 Lincolnshire

1851 [Ann]

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2109 Folio: 443 Page: 21 Registration District: Spilsby

Sub District: Spilsby EnumerationDistrict: 7A West Keal County: Lincolnshire

Address: West Keal Cotes, West Keal County: Lincolnshire

Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth

Year Occupation Disability Where Born

ATKIN, Ann Head Widow F 85 1766 Cottager West Keal Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Charles Son Unmarried M 56 1795 Gen Labourer West Keal Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Jonathan Son Unmarried M 43 1808 Gen Labourer West Keal Lincolnshire

Parish Records Collection - burial

Record source: National Burial Index

Data provider: Lincolnshire Family History Society

Coverage: 1813 - 1900

Number of entries: 794

First name(s): Ann

Last name: ATKIN

Date of burial: 28 Sep 1851

Age at death: 84

Calculated year of birth: 1767

Place of burial: West Keal

Dedication: St Helen

County: Lincolnshire

West Keal St Helen:

Denomination: Anglican

1851 [Martin]

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2109 Folio: 414 Page: 21 Registration District: Spilsby

Sub District: Spilsby EnumerationDistrict: 13C Civil Parish: Spilsby County:

Lincolnshire

Address: Halton Lane, Spilsby County: Lincolnshire

Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Disability Where Born

ATKIN, Martin Head Married M 49 1802 Labourer Keal Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Mary Wife Married F 47 1804 Mavis Enderby Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Jane Daughter Unmarried F 24 1827 Friskney Fen Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Thomas Son Unmarried M 17 1834 Shoemaker App Spilsby Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Jonathan Son M 11 1840 Scholar Spilsby Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Elizabeth Daughter F 9 1842 Scholar Spilsby Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Martha Daughter F 6 1845 Scholar Spilsby Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Jacob Son M 4 1847 Scholar Spilsby Lincolnshire

ATKIN, George Son M 1 1850 Spilsby Lincolnshire

1871 [Martin]

RG number: RG10 Piece: 3392B Folio: 25 Page: 6 Registration District: Spilsby

Sub District: Spilsby EnumerationDistrict: 12 Civil Parish:

Spilsby County: Lincolnshire

Address: Back Lane, Spilsby County: Lincolnshire

Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Where Born

ATKIN, Martin Head M 69 1802 Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Mary Daughter F 39 1832 Lincolnshire

ATKIN, George Son M 21 1850 Lincolnshire 
ATKIN, Ann (I314)
 
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I also notice that you've omitted Elizabeth from the list of Jonathan and Betsy's children.
Jacob and Elizabeth never strayed far from 28 John Street, as Jacob was still living in John Street (number unknown) when he died. He was buried, aged 62, on 20 November 1936 in St Swithin's cemetery, Lincoln.
I can't find any marriage registration for Jacob.
Elizabeth Atkin, aged 92, was buried 15 December 1964 also in St Swithin's cemetery. Her address at the time of death was Burton Cliff House.
I would presume Elizabeth is the one with a birth registration in March quarter 1872.
I presume you have all the details for Matilda and Emma after they married

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Burton Cliff House (402 Burton Road, Lincoln) - it's a couple of miles from John Street. That's why I commented on Elizabeth's location in 1911.

"The property sale that has the highest recorded price in Burton Road to date is 402, Burton Cliff House, which sold for ?593,730 on 20/12/2001."

I'm fairly certain (by looking at old maps) that it was just here http://tinyurl.com/yat7zeb but I can't see a big house there today. Perhaps it was demolished for a new "development".

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The owner of Burton Cliff House was, for many years, a local industrialist Louis W SMITH http://tinyurl.com/ycc3xhd - perhaps it later became a care home for the elderly which is how Elizabeth finished up there.

It seems it still is http://www.privatehealth.co.uk/elder...947&p=8&char=B 
ATKIN, Elizabeth (I1032)
 
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I also notice that you've omitted Elizabeth from the list of Jonathan and Betsy's children.

Jacob and Elizabeth never strayed far from 28 John Street, as Jacob was still living in John Street (number unknown) when he died. He was buried, aged 62, on 20 November 1936 in St Swithin's cemetery, Lincoln.

I can't find any marriage registration for Jacob.

Elizabeth Atkin, aged 92, was buried 15 December 1964 also in St Swithin's cemetery. Her address at the time of death was Burton Cliff House.

I would presume Elizabeth is the one with a birth registration in March quarter 1872.

I presume you have all the details for Matilda and Emma after they married

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Burton Cliff House (402 Burton Road, Lincoln) - it's a couple of miles from John Street. That's why I commented on Elizabeth's location in 1911.

"The property sale that has the highest recorded price in Burton Road to date is 402, Burton Cliff House, which sold for ?593,730 on 20/12/2001."

I'm fairly certain (by looking at old maps) that it was just here http://tinyurl.com/yat7zeb but I can't see a big house there today. Perhaps it was demolished for a new "development".

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The owner of Burton Cliff House was, for many years, a local industrialist Louis W SMITH http://tinyurl.com/ycc3xhd - perhaps it later became a care home for the elderly which is how Elizabeth finished up there.

It seems it still is http://www.privatehealth.co.uk/elder...947&p=8&char=B
 
ATKIN, Jacob (I79)
 
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Hello Dennis,

Very fruitful day yesterday. I spent some six hours on your research between the Archives and Lincoln Central Library.

In reply to your lastest email - sounds ok to me. I shall be sending you a printout of the ATKINS tree when I get my computer talking to my printer. For some reason they have "fallen out" of favour with each other and I shall have to wait until my computer literate son comes for a visit (next week I hope!). The printouts of the families will make sense of the whole picture.

With regard to "Workhouses" - no these are not prisons - they are more institutions where people/families found themselves when they were not capable of fending for themselves, e.g. when a man could not earn enough to feed his family; or someone who is too old/infirm to work; or they have an affliction which unables them to work. In many cases their family members are too poor or didn't have enough room (or didn't want) to look after the person in question. The workhouses took in work from various sources for the "inmates" to do to earn their keep. For example the women would do laundry sent in from maybe the Inns, etc. in the area.

Now to the findings of yesterday. I firstly enquired about the marriage of William JACKSON and Mary GRIMES in 1803 Burgh le Marsh. No, the Archives do not have the marriage register, only the Book of Banns and they agree with me that the marriage would have taken place during the week following the 10th April. They presume, as I did, that the marriage register must have been either lost or destroyed as all the other registers of that time had been lodged with the Archives so there was no reason why the marriage register was not, if it existed. I took a copy of the Banns.

I looked for Mary GRIME's baptism in Burgh, but could not find her. I resorted to the IGI and the nearest Mary GRIME to be baptised and of feasible age was a Mary GRIME baptised on 29th April, 1778 in Candlesby - a village not far from Burgh le Marsh. I looked at this and it only gave a John GRIME as father, the mother's name was either missed off or time had eroded it. Looking further at the Candlesby baptisms I noted a John GRIME baptised to a John and Mary GRIME on 22 Mar 1781 and presume that this family were the one and same as Mary's. I took a copy of the entry for Mary but cannot confirm 100% that this is her family. I would need to obtain Mary JACKSON's age on her demise to do this. The first copy did not come out too well, so had to take another.

I proceeded to Edwin JEFFERY and visited Lincoln Central Library - limited time there - they will only let you have the reader which takes photocopies for one hour at a time! I searched all the JEFFERY (and variants) entries around Stickford and Firsby in the 1871 census, as we know from the 1881 census that he and his family were in Stickford and some children born in Firsby. No entries came up for Stickford but two for Stickney - looked at these but Edwin not there and likewise for Firsby.

Not to be beaten I went to the 1861 census and found him and family in Firsby. He was listed as Edward not Edwin but it is the same family. Edwin was down as aged 35, Shepherd, born Hagworthingham. Elizabeth, wife, aged 33, born Hull, Yorkshire (she was born in Goole according to the 1881 census!). Family: George, aged 13; Thomas aged 11; Charlotte aged 8; Emma aged 4; Matilda aged 2 and Harriot aged 3 months - all children born Hagworthingham. Harriet is on the 1881 census with Edwin and Elizabeth in Stickford but stated that she was born in Firsby in the 1881 census, together with Isabella, dau., aged 16 born Firsby.

I then went to the 1851 census of Firsby and took a copy of that. In this census Edwin was aged 27, Ag Lab, born Hagworthingham. Elizabeth, wife, aged 24, born Hull, Yorkshire. Children: Betsy aged 4 and George aged 3 both born in Hagworthingham; Thomas, aged 1 and Edwin aged under 2 months both born Firsby.

So, Dennis, we have conflicting birthyears for Edwin. 1881 census = 1828; 1861 census = 1826 and 1851 census = 1824. I verily think that 1824 is correct and he "knocked off" a few years on every census making him younger each time!!! Elizabeth's age was fairly consistent for the 1851 and 1861 census, but she too lost two/three years off her age in the 1881 census. Very common in my experience!

The common denominator for Edwin was that he was born in Hagworthingham, so I went the baptisms between 1823 and 1829 and found only one entry for an Edwin JEFFERY. Son of Thomas and Mary JEFFERYS, entry 190, born on 31st August and baptised on 14 Sept 1823. Thomas was described as being a "butcher". I think we can safely say this is his family. I took a copy of this entry.

Children of the family headed by Thomas and Mary JEFFERY were :

John bap: 17 Dec 1815

Francis bap 27 Apr 1817 (male)

Walls bap: 07 Mar 1819

Thomas bap: 06 May 1821

Edwin bap: 14 Sep 1823

Elizabeth bap: 17 Jun 1825

Lucy Ann bap: 14 Feb 1830

Francis JEFFERY was found in the National Burial Index (NBI) to be buried on 20 March 1877 aged 60 in Hagworthingham.

John JEFFERY is on the 1881 census at the Royal Oak, Candlesby as a lodger, ag lab, married, aged 65, born Hagworthingham - lodging with a John KIDD and family who were Farmers and Innkeepers. Also lodging with this family was an Arthur JEFFERY, ag lab, aged 13 born Hagworthingham. No sign of John's wife living with this family.

Also in the 1881 census I found Lucy Ann JEFFREY, sister-in-law, ag lab daughter, unmarried, age 50, born Hagworthingham living in the household of James TODD in Hagworthingham. James TODD's wife was Elizabeth TODD (nee JEFFERY) age 54, born Hagworthingham. Elizabeth's baptism was in 1825 so she should have had an age of 56 rather than 54 - did she knock off a few years also!!! We know this is Lucy Ann's sister as Lucy Ann was described as "sister-in-law" to the Head of the household, James TODD. James TODD was aged 50 born Hemingsby, so maybe Elizabeth reduced her age - her being 6 years older than her husband! The children of James and Elizabeth TODD were : Mary, age 22, unmarried, born Hagworthingham; Walls, age 14, born Hagworthingham; and John E., age 12, born Aswardby. Also living in this household was a Thomas W. JEFFREY, aged 5, born Mavis Enderby, described as a grandson of James TODD.

NB: Note the spelling of JEFFERY changed - this would have been the enumerators spelling when taking the census.

I looked for the marriage between Thomas JEFFERY and Mary ? - found a marriage between Thomas JEFFERYES and Mary HODGKINSON on 22 January 1815 in Hagworthingham, witnesses: William BAILEY and what looks like Elizabeth JEFFERY. I took of a copy of this entry.

I noted from the NBI that a Thomas JEFFERY died 1866 and looked at the parish register burials for Hagworthingham and took a copy of the entry. The details were that he was buried on the 18th March 1866, aged 84 years (again his surname was spelt JEFFREY) which gives us a birthyear of circa 1782. Mary JEFFERY (nee HODGKINSON) was buried on 05 Mar 1857, age 71, Hagworthingham - giving us a birthyear of circa 1786.

I could not find a Thomas JEFFERY baptised in Haworthingham circa 1782 and looked at the IGI for possibilities and found him baptised on 08 July 1781 in St. Martins, Welton le Marsh, son of Walls and Elizabeth JEFFERY. The fact that his father was called "Walls" and he named one of his sons, Walls, confirms that this is his family as it is not a very common name. I suspect strongly that we will find a WALLS marriage somewhere along the line!!

I looked at the Welton le Marsh parish register baptisms and found a very faded page but managed to acquire a near decent copy (2nd try). This baptism register was very badly damaged by damp so I had to resort to the IGI for other siblings. I found a Benjamin JEFFERY baptised 19 Mar 1780 Welton le Marsh. I suspect that a William JEFFERY baptised 26 Feb 1778 Hagnaby by Spilsby is also their child as I will explain later.

Likewise, I think this family went from Welton le Marsh to Winceby as I found :

Sarah JEFFERY bap: 17 Nov 1786 Winceby

Eleanor JEFFERY bap: 20 Apr 1785 Winceby

Walls JEFFERY bap: 05 Oct 1789 Winceby

In the marriage index I found a Walls JEFFERY marrying an Elizabeth BARNFATHER on 5th June 1777 Hagworthingham. The entry gave "Whals JEFFERIES of the Parish of Hagnaby and Elizabeth BARNFATHER, both single persons who married by licence by me, ?????????, 5th June 1777". I took a copy. The fact that Walls was of Hagnaby makes me believe that William bap. 1778 in Hagnaby was indeed Walls and Elizabeth's first born.
 
ATKIN, Jonathan (I5)
 
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Dennis, if you dare mention Lowestoft again except when talking about Matilda's marriage I will get very very cross. (And I'm cross enough not to put a 'smile' smilie.)
You know John Street is in Lincoln, and I said "Jacob and Elizabeth never strayed far from 28 John Street".

1891 census
RG12/2539 folio 35 page 64
28 John Street, civil parish of St Swithin, LINCOLN
Jonathan Atkin, head, widr, Spilsby
Elizth, daur, 19, Lincoln
RG12/2539 folio 36 page 65
Jacob, son, 17,
Matilda, daur, 15,Dennis, if you dare mention Lowestoft again except when talking about Matilda's marriage I will get very very cross. (And I'm cross enough not to put a 'smile' smilie.)

You know John Street is in Lincoln, and I said "Jacob and Elizabeth never strayed far from 28 John Street".

1891 census

RG12/2539 folio 35 page 64

28 John Street, civil parish of St Swithin, LINCOLN

Jonathan Atkin, head, widr, Spilsby

Elizth, daur, 19, Lincoln

RG12/2539 folio 36 page 65

Jacob, son, 17,

Matilda, daur, 15,

Emma, daur, 10

1901 census

RG13/3064 folio 123 page 39

28 John Street, civil parish of St Swithin, LINCOLN

Jacob Atkin, head, 27, Lincoln

Elizabeth, sister, 29, Lincoln

Emma, sister, 20, Lincoln

1901 census

RG13 folio page

149 London Road, Kirkley, Suffolk

Joseph Atkin, head, widr, 49, grocer, Spilsby

Matilda Atkin, niece, s, 25, Lincoln

Mable Baldry, visitor, 14, Norfolk Methwold

(Census in the care of TNA, Crown Copyright)

Pam

After a lot of hassle, I've managed to find Jospeh on the 1881 census. Transcribed as Adkin, but it clearly says Atkin.

RG11/1539 folio 8 page 12

High Street, Stony Stratford (West Side), Buckinghamshire

Joseph Atkin, head, mar, 29, master grocer employing 2 assistants and 1 boy, Spilsby

Frances C, wife, 32, Kent Hawkhurst

Samuel C Fairey, apprentice, 19, Northants Floore

FreeBMD has these -

Marriage - Joseph Atkin with a Frances Cordelia Crick on the same page, December quarter 1873, Bedford registration district.

Death registration - Frances Cordelia Atkin, December quarter 1890, Kingston (Surrey) registration district.

1891

RG12/438 folio 17 page 28

88 Leathwaite Road, Battersea

George C Crick, head, mar, 34, Bedfordshire Ampthill

Emily E, wife, 27, Bedfordshire LLuton

Joseph Atkin, visitor, widr, living on own means, Spilsby
Emma, daur, 10

1901 census
RG13/3064 folio 123 page 39
28 John Street, civil parish of St Swithin, LINCOLN
Jacob Atkin, head, 27, Lincoln
Elizabeth, sister, 29, Lincoln
Emma, sister, 20, Lincoln

1901 census
RG13 folio page
149 London Road, Kirkley, Suffolk
Joseph Atkin, head, widr, 49, grocer, Spilsby
Matilda Atkin, niece, s, 25, Lincoln
Mable Baldry, visitor, 14, Norfolk Methwold

(Census in the care of TNA, Crown Copyright)
Pam

After a lot of hassle, I've managed to find Jospeh on the 1881 census. Transcribed as Adkin, but it clearly says Atkin.

RG11/1539 folio 8 page 12
High Street, Stony Stratford (West Side), Buckinghamshire
Joseph Atkin, head, mar, 29, master grocer employing 2 assistants and 1 boy, Spilsby
Frances C, wife, 32, Kent Hawkhurst
Samuel C Fairey, apprentice, 19, Northants Floore

FreeBMD has these -
Marriage - Joseph Atkin with a Frances Cordelia Crick on the same page, December quarter 1873, Bedford registration district.
Death registration - Frances Cordelia Atkin, December quarter 1890, Kingston (Surrey) registration district.

1891
RG12/438 folio 17 page 28
88 Leathwaite Road, Battersea
George C Crick, head, mar, 34, Bedfordshire Ampthill
Emily E, wife, 27, Bedfordshire LLuton
Joseph Atkin, visitor, widr, living on own means, Spilsby 
ATKIN, Joseph (I187)
 
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Hi Dennis,

I am related to the Atkin family through marriage on my grandfather's (George Stearns) side. His mother was born in England (Jane Jefferies)and Jane's father Henry Jefferies married Martha Atkin in 1870. I have some photos of Jane Jefferies that I plan on scanning into the computer and posting to my Mara family tree. I will label everyone in case you are also related to anyone in the photos.

Feel free to contact me if you need any of the dates from my family tree that you can't see online.

Julie HaenftlingHi Dennis,

I am related to the Atkin family through marriage on my grandfather's (George Stearns) side. His mother was born in England (Jane Jefferies)and Jane's father Henry Jefferies married Martha Atkin in 1870. I have some photos of Jane Jefferies that I plan on scanning into the computer and posting to my Mara family tree. I will label everyone in case you are also related to anyone in the photos.

Feel free to contact me if you need any of the dates from my family tree that you can't see online.

Julie Haenftling

Ormond Beach, FL

Jun 7 4:17 PM

Hello Dennis, I am descended also from Martin Atkin,who is my great-great paternal grandfather. His parents were Robert Adkin (1764-1827) and Ann Atkin(perhaps maiden name of Ann Kemp) (1768-1851) Martin's spouse was Mary Jackson (1804-1881)Their daughter, Martha(1845-1923) is my great-grandmother. Her daughter,Jane(1874-1960) is my grandmother.

I have no information back from Robert Adkin and Mary Moor, other than their names.

I hope this information is helpful to you.

prairiechild45@yahoo.com, Ormond Beach, FL

And talking of deaths I think you have the wrong one for Mary nee Jackson, as there is a burial of a Mary Atkin, aged 55, 24 July 1860 in Spilsby. Martin seems to have the condition of (an extremely badly written) widower on the 1861 census. And it clearly says widower on the 1871 census.

Using FreeBMD in conjunction with the census, you should be able to find most of the marriages that took place. The women are perhaps a little more difficult to find on the census after they've married. However I think that Martha (born c1845) married Henry Jefferies in 1870 before they moved to Streatham in 1871.

I've spent about an hour trying to find Ann, Jane, and Elizabeth on the census after they've left home but without success. Mary Ann is still living at home in 1871, but can't find her after that. Might have more success with them once the Spilsby district marriages 1851-1870 get transcribed to the Lincolnshire 1837+ Marriage Index. (That's a volunteer project so I'd check back in about three, then six, months time.)
Ormond Beach, FL

Jun 7 4:17 PM
Hello Dennis, I am descended also from Martin Atkin,who is my great-great paternal grandfather. His parents were Robert Adkin (1764-1827) and Ann Atkin(perhaps maiden name of Ann Kemp) (1768-1851) Martin's spouse was Mary Jackson (1804-1881)Their daughter, Martha(1845-1923) is my great-grandmother. Her daughter,Jane(1874-1960) is my grandmother.
I have no information back from Robert Adkin and Mary Moor, other than their names.
I hope this information is helpful to you.
prairiechild45@yahoo.com, Ormond Beach, FL

And talking of deaths I think you have the wrong one for Mary nee Jackson, as there is a burial of a Mary Atkin, aged 55, 24 July 1860 in Spilsby. Martin seems to have the condition of (an extremely badly written) widower on the 1861 census. And it clearly says widower on the 1871 census.

Using FreeBMD in conjunction with the census, you should be able to find most of the marriages that took place. The women are perhaps a little more difficult to find on the census after they've married. However I think that Martha (born c1845) married Henry Jefferies in 1870 before they moved to Streatham in 1871.
I've spent about an hour trying to find Ann, Jane, and Elizabeth on the census after they've left home but without success. Mary Ann is still living at home in 1871, but can't find her after that. Might have more success with them once the Spilsby district marriages 1851-1870 get transcribed to the Lincolnshire 1837+ Marriage Index. (That's a volunteer project so I'd check back in about three, then six, months time.) 
ATKIN, Martha (I86)
 
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That then takes us back another generation, to finding descendants of Jonathan's siblings. Baptisms for some of Martin and Mary's children can be found on the IGI as extracted - and therefore reliable except for transcription errors - records. Baptisms for Spilsby CofE parish church on the IGI only go up to 1845, so if you have a local LDS FHC you will need to order in the film of the PRs to check for later years. (Ordering in films is the only way I can access similar records for my family until my next visit to Lincolnshire Archives which might be this year, next year, sometime...... )

If you haven't already done so, you'll need to work your way through from the 1841 census where you'll find Martin and Mary Atkin and eight of their children (including Frances who you don't seem to have on your list) living in Spilsby, through to the 1911 census (the latest one released in England and Wales). The 1851 census onwards gives the alleged birthplace of people - sometimes it's the first place someone can remember living, sometimes it's just any old place they want to say, and sometimes it is accurate.

I would assume this is Frances' burial - 1 July 1841, Spilsby, aged 5.

And talking of deaths I think you have the wrong one for Mary nee Jackson, as there is a burial of a Mary Atkin, aged 55, 24 July 1860 in Spilsby. Martin seems to have the condition of (an extremely badly written) widower on the 1861 census. And it clearly says widower on the 1871 census.

Using FreeBMD in conjunction with the census, you should be able to find most of the marriages that took place. The women are perhaps a little more difficult to find on the census after they've married. However I think that Martha (born c1845) married Henry Jefferies in 1870 before they moved to Streatham in 1871.

I've spent about an hour trying to find Ann, Jane, and Elizabeth on the census after they've left home but without success. Mary Ann is still living at home in 1871, but can't find her after that. Might have more success with them once the Spilsby district marriages 1851-1870 get transcribed to the Lincolnshire 1837+ Marriage Index. (That's a volunteer project so I'd check back in about three, then six, months time.)

New Atkin Details:

1841 [Ann]

RG number: HO107 Piece: 638 Book/Folio: 8/10 Page: 14 Registration District: Spilsby

Sub District: Spilsby Civil Parish: West Keal County: Lincolnshire

Address: Keal Coats, West Keal County: Lincolnshire

Name Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Where Born

ATKIN, Ann F 70 1771 Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Charles M 45 1796 Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Jonathan M 30 1811 Lincolnshire

1851 [Ann]

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2109 Folio: 443 Page: 21 Registration District: Spilsby

Sub District: Spilsby EnumerationDistrict: 7A West Keal County: Lincolnshire

Address: West Keal Cotes, West Keal County: Lincolnshire

Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth

Year Occupation Disability Where Born

ATKIN, Ann Head Widow F 85 1766 Cottager West Keal Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Charles Son Unmarried M 56 1795 Gen Labourer West Keal Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Jonathan Son Unmarried M 43 1808 Gen Labourer West Keal Lincolnshire

Parish Records Collection - burial

Record source: National Burial Index

Data provider: Lincolnshire Family History Society

Coverage: 1813 - 1900

Number of entries: 794

First name(s): Ann

Last name: ATKIN

Date of burial: 28 Sep 1851

Age at death: 84

Calculated year of birth: 1767

Place of burial: West Keal

Dedication: St Helen

County: Lincolnshire

West Keal St Helen:

Denomination: Anglican

1851 [Martin]

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2109 Folio: 414 Page: 21 Registration District: Spilsby

Sub District: Spilsby EnumerationDistrict: 13C Civil Parish: Spilsby County:

Lincolnshire

Address: Halton Lane, Spilsby County: Lincolnshire

Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Disability Where Born

ATKIN, Martin Head Married M 49 1802 Labourer Keal Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Mary Wife Married F 47 1804 Mavis Enderby Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Jane Daughter Unmarried F 24 1827 Friskney Fen Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Thomas Son Unmarried M 17 1834 Shoemaker App Spilsby Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Jonathan Son M 11 1840 Scholar Spilsby Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Elizabeth Daughter F 9 1842 Scholar Spilsby Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Martha Daughter F 6 1845 Scholar Spilsby Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Jacob Son M 4 1847 Scholar Spilsby Lincolnshire

ATKIN, George Son M 1 1850 Spilsby Lincolnshire

1871 [Martin]

RG number: RG10 Piece: 3392B Folio: 25 Page: 6 Registration District: Spilsby

Sub District: Spilsby EnumerationDistrict: 12 Civil Parish:

Spilsby County: Lincolnshire

Address: Back Lane, Spilsby County: Lincolnshire

Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Where Born

ATKIN, Martin Head M 69 1802 Lincolnshire

ATKIN, Mary Daughter F 39 1832 Lincolnshire

ATKIN, George Son M 21 1850 Lincolnshire 
ATKIN, Martin (I81)
 
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28 Feb 1876 is from her baptism certificate., St Swithins, Lincolnshire. 
ATKIN, Matilda (I4)
 
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BURIAL: Buried Atascadero, Ca. Sec G Lot 20A Grave 1 
ATKIN, Matilda (I4)
 
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Jun 7 4:17 PM

Hello Dennis, I am descended also from Martin Atkin,who is my great-great paternal grandfather. His parents were Robert Adkin (1764-1827) and Ann Atkin(perhaps maiden name of Ann Kemp) (1768-1851) Martin's spouse was Mary Jackson (1804-1881)Their daughter, Martha(1845-1923) is my great-grandmother. Her daughter,Jane(1874-1960) is my grandmother.

I have no information back from Robert Adkin and Mary Moor, other than their names.

I hope this information is helpful to you.

prairiechild45@yahoo.com, Ormond Beach, FL

With regard to Robert ATKIN of West Keal connection with Dunston, I would need to search all the surrounding villages and/or find a relative of his in Dunston and then West Keal to establish that we have the correct Robert ATKIN. This may take some time to reveal, but necessary.

Robert ATKIN's marriage to Mary MOOR - this is purely based on the assumption that Robert ATKIN Jnr - baptised 22 July 1764 in Dunston, is your lineage. As I said before, Dunston is quite a distance from West Keal and I was trying to establish we had the right family of ATKINs. I included the Dunston family in the tree as I did not want to lose sight of it, when and if, I took up this lineage again on your behalf. What I really wanted was a Will mentioning other siblings and/or a burial of Robert's siblings/mother and father to ascertain the correct lineage in West Keal. It may be that Robert Jnr went to West Keal on his own, in which case it will be harder to prove.

When you get back before the 1841/1851 census and pre-civil registration which began on 1 July 1837, it can be very difficult, if not impossible, to prove a line beyond doubt.

0n the IGI there is an extracted record for the baptism of Martin, son of Robert and Mary Atkin, on 3 October 1802 at West Keal. This seems to fit with the age and birthplace given by Martin, father of Jonathan, on various census.

The IGI has a marriage of Robert Atkin and Ann Kemp 25 May 1789 at West Keal. I can confirm the year with the Lincolnshire FHS marriage index 1754-1812 for Bolingbroke deanery, but not the date.

And how lucky are you that Ann lived till she's appeared on the 1851 census with two of her sons?

A Robert Atkin is buried, aged 62, 27 November 1827 in West Keal.

Ann's burial age of 84 in 1851 and census age of 83 in 1851, seem to 'match' the baptism of Ann, daughter of Jonathan and Ann Kemp on 31 May 1767 in West Keal. (Baptism source IGI)

I would not like to say that the Robert Atkin who married Ann is the one baptised in Dunston in 1764.

At the moment I would say there is no connection, between your Robert and the one born in Dunston, but I have been proved wrong before.

However, the burial of a Robert Atkin, aged 71, in Nocton on 24 January 1837 might mean that I'm right, as Nocton is about a mile away from Dunston.

While on the subject of Robert Atkin, the father of the Robert who married Ann Kemp, I hope your records don't say he was born in 1761, nor that they say he was baptised in Wickenby Fen in 1682, nor that he was living in Louth, aged 80 in 1841. All those records are patently wrong when you're talking about him being the father of someone born about 1765. (Well, the Wickenby Fen baptism is a possibility but a highly improbable one.) 
ATKIN, Robert (I89)
 
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From: Robert Bishir [mailto:bishir@att.net]

Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2009 11:50 AM

To: Don Worth; Dennis Tivel

Cc: Carley Worth

Subject: Re: Boetel

Thought I would weigh in on the Revolutionary veteran for Lorna. William G. Bishir's mother was Malinda Gillam. Her grandfather Jonathan J. Gillam is recognized by the DAR as a Revolutionary soldier, so all direct female descendants are eligible to join the DAR (males can join the SAR as well). Don and Carley have been kind enough to include Jonathan J. Gillam and some of his descendants on their website. Jonathan's son, John M. had three of his children marry Bishirs.

Checkout the DAR website for how to join if they are interested. It has all the rules and forms on it.

Rob Bishir

From: Don Worth <worth@ucla.edu>

To: Dennis Tivel <dtivel@charter.net>

Cc: Carley Worth <carleyworth@ucla.edu>; Rob Bishir <bishir@att.net>

Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2009 1:32:17 PM

Subject: Re: Boetel

Dennis & Lorna,

In a nutshell, John Henry's birth surname was Bishir. His birth father was William G. Bishir (who was born in 1854). When William's wife Minnie remarried, her new husband, Henry Boetel, adopted John Henry and his sister, Lila, and they took the Boetel name. William G Bishir's father was Jeremiah Bishir who was born in Pennsylvania in 1800 and died in Indiana in 1875. Jeremiah had three wives and eighteen children! At the time of the Civil War, Jeremiah would have been 61 years old and son William G. would have been 7 years old. So I think you missed out on having any Civil War soldiers in Lorna's direct Bishir ancestry. (That's what happened in my own family - to my great frustration!)

W/re to the Rev War, we aren't so sure. Jeremiah Bishir's father was Christopher (or Christian) Bishir who, according to some accounts, was born in Alsace Lorraine on Christmas day, 1759. By others he was born in Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania on that date. Either way, we have looked in Rev War soldier lists and pension records and have found no evidence that he served in the Rev War. There was a note in one source that he might have served in the War of 1812 (or one of his sons did), but the source isn't what I would call too reliable. He was already in Kentucky by that time and I don't think it's too likely. We really need to do a lot more research for Christopher in Kentucky and Pennsylvania - we don't even know his wife's name!

We are pretty sure about Christopher Bishir's children (although we've never been able to prove definitively that Jeremiah is his son - there is just a preponderance of evidence to that effect.) In fact, we have a DNA test for Rob Bishir who, as you know, is also in Jeremiah's branch, and we've been ardently searching for a male Bishir in one of the "Lynchburg, Ohio" lines to test and confirm this.

There are some pretty interesting people in the Bishir family that we've come across over our time researching it. An Oklahoma (Indian Territory) lawman. Ranchers. Lumbermen. Even a tugboat captain. And lots of Civil War soldiers in the branches that are collateral to yours. I have a web site for the regiment that two of the Bishirs served in here:

http://www.48ovvi.org/

My wife Carley's Great Great Great Grandfather, Jonathan Bishir, who would have been your Jeremiah's younger brother, was an amazement to us. We knew he had served in the 24th Ohio regiment during the Civil War and was discharged after a few months for "overage and lumbago" - he was over 50 at the time he enlisted. But we only found out later when we ordered his pension file that he had previously served in the US Dragoons when they were first formed in the 1830s - was discharged because an army surgeon ruined his arm with too much blood letting for a fever - then, after being discharged during the Civil War, prompted signed up for a cavalry unit (got the $ bounty) and served for a few months before being captured and taken to the infamous Andersonville prison. He languished there for ten months, and was released at the end of the war. He went on to live in the old soldiers home in Dayton, Ohio and died at the age of 76. What a tough old bird he must have been!

Hope this helps.

Don
 
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Robert ATKIN's marriage to Mary MOOR - this is purely based on the assumption that Robert ATKIN Jnr - baptised 22 July 1764 in Dunston, is your lineage. As I said before, Dunston is quite a distance from West Keal and I was trying to establish we had the right family of ATKINs. I included the Dunston family in the tree as I did not want to lose sight of it, when and if, I took up this lineage again on your behalf. What I really wanted was a Will mentioning other siblings and/or a burial of Robert's siblings/mother and father to ascertain the correct lineage in West Keal. It may be that Robert Jnr went to West Keal on his own, in which case it will be harder to prove.

It has taken me over twelve hours to type (most of) the following message, by the time I've replied to other messages in the thread, had a meal, chatted to two relatives who inconsideratedly phoned me , and answered a couple of emails, but that message basically fits what I've already said

Quote:

When you get back before the 1841/1851 census and pre-civil registration which began on 1 July 1837, it can be very difficult, if not impossible, to prove a line beyond doubt.

At the moment I would say there is no connection, between your Robert and the one born in Dunston, but I have been proved wrong before.

However, the burial of a Robert Atkin, aged 71, in Nocton on 24 January 1837 might mean that I'm right, as Nocton is about a mile away from Dunston.

While on the subject of Robert Atkin, the father of the Robert who married Ann Kemp, I hope your records don't say he was born in 1761, nor that they say he was baptised in Wickenby Fen in 1682, nor that he was living in Louth, aged 80 in 1841. All those records are patently wrong when you're talking about him being the father of someone born about 1765. (Well, the Wickenby Fen baptism is a possibility but a highly improbable one.)

I don't know how much of your research you've done yourself, and how much was done by the 'someone in Lincoln'. Depending on how long ago you did your research/the stuff in Lincoln was done, you might want to double-check your findings. I know I made quite a few mistakes when I first started out - which I found when I double-checked my work a few years later!

You might need to haunt Geer Road. Always ask for films of the parish registers. Use Bishops Transcripts as a secondary source as they should be a copy of the PRs - though there are frequently differences, so ideally you also need films of the BTs too.

Lincolnshire FHS are gradually publishing indexes to baptisms and burials 1754-1812. They're working on a deanery basis, and are currently working on Gainsborough. The next one will be Graffoe, which includes Dunston and Metheringham and I would expect that to be published November 2010 or February 2011. Bolingbroke deanery has already been published. It may or may not contain anything of use regarding the baptism of Robert senior, but it will show all the Atkin/Atkins/Adkins relevant to the parishes in that deanery for that timeframe, and is therefore a very quick way of checking quite a lot of PRs in a very short space of time.
 
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With regard to Robert ATKIN of West Keal connection with Dunston, I would need to search all the surrounding villages and/or find a relative of his in Dunston and then West Keal to establish that we have the correct Robert ATKIN. This may take some time to reveal, but necessary. 
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Hi Dennis,
The Atkins are very much a side-branch of my family tree. William Atkin (b.1823) married Harriet Bird (b.1829), who I am related to. William is Robert and Ann's grandson. I have some information beyond Robert and Ann, on Ann's side. Her parents were Jonathan Kemp (1733-1815) and Ann Horten and Johnathan's paernts were John Kemp and Hannah Blow. However, I haven't verified any of these details, as I'm really more interested in the Bird side of the tree.
Hope this helps a bit! Vicki 
ATKIN, William (I313)
 
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Recorded ad Nathan Atkins
Baptised 09/18/1808 Bolingbroke Deanery 
ATKINS, Nathan (I95)
 
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From: KPERK147@aol.com

To: dtivel@charter.net

Sent: Saturday, September 07, 2002 1:06 AM

Subject: Re: Research 6th Sept 2002

Hello Dennis,

Pleased the certificates arrived ok. With regard to the Banns of Marriage between William JACKSON and Mary GRIME - unfortunately these do not give the parents of either party.

In answer to your query - yes, all the places mentioned in my emails are in Lincolnshire with the exception of Elizabeth JEFFERY (nee BROWN) who was born in Goole/Hull, Yorkshire.

As for being consistent in your family tree programme - I usually stick to one spelling and make notes to indicate the spelling found in each document plus have a hard copy of the parish register entry to back it up. My computer programme, Family Tree Maker, will not make "kinship" reports if there are different spellings throughout the same family. The programme I have is quite old so they may have improved the facilities over the years.

Back to my findings of yesterday.

I loved the surname BARNFATHER and couldn't resist looking at this further. I searched the Hagworthingham baptisms and found an Elizabeth BARNFATHER baptised on 12 July 1753, d/o William and Elizabeth BARNFATHER. I took a copy.

Looking further I noted the following children of Wm. & Elizabeth BARNFATHER baptised in Hagworthingham :

William bap: 11 Sep 1746

John bap: 23 Jun 1748

Mary bap: 26 Jul 1750

Elizabeth bap: 12 Jul 1753

Ann bap: 26 Aug 1756

Sarah bap: 05 Dec 1758

Frances bap: 02 Sep 1762 (female)

I had a quick look at the IGI to see if they had any more - the only inconsistency I could find was that they had an Elizabeth BARNFATHER baptised on 26 Aug 1756 and not Ann as I had found. I went back to the parish register baptisms and confirm that it was indeed Ann baptised on this date. The only explanation I can presume is that the transcriber got it wrong or that they gleaned their information from a BT (Bishop's Transcript) hence the vicar/curate of the day put Ann in his register and Elizabeth in the BT!!!!

Further on this lineage, I looked for a marriage between a William BARNFATHER and Elizabeth ? - couldn't find one in Hagworthingham pre 1746. I looked at the marriage index and again couldn't find one in the Bolingbroke Deanery of which Hagworthingham is part. I looked in the neighbouring Deanery of Calcewaith & Candleshoe marriage index (part of which includes Burgh le Marsh and Orby) and found a William BARNFATHER marrying an Elizabeth DENNIS in 1745 in Well, Lincolnshire. These indices only give the year. I looked at the Well marriage register and found them marrying on the 21st Oct 1745. I took a copy.

Thinking that Elizabeth DENNIS would be born circa 1725 I looked at the Well baptisms but could not find her there. I also looked at the Hagworthingham baptisms and found Elizabeth, daughter of William DINNIS (sic) baptised on 03 Sept 1724. I took a copy.

Further research into this family gave me that Elizabeth was the daughter of a William and Elizabeth DENNIS (DINNIS). Some of the entries gave the indication that the mother's maiden name was ELSEY. The children baptised to this couple in Hagworthingham were:

Elizabeth bap: 03 Sep 1724

William bap: 11 Aug 1726

Mary bap: 05 Dec 1728

Ann bap: 20 Oct 1733

I looked at the marriage index for Bolingbroke and Calcewaith & Candleshoe Deaneries but no marriage between a William DENNIS and Elizabeth ELSEY. I looked further at another neighbouring Deanery to Bolingbroke and noted in the Horncastle Deanery that a William DENNIS married an Elizabeth ELSEY in 1723 in Low Toynton.

Turning the Low Toynton parish register marriages, I looked for this marriage. This page of the register was so badly damaged that it was unreadable. I looked at the IGI and found that they were married on the 11 June 1723 Low Toynton. No documental evidence to offer you on this unfortunately. The IGI must have gleaned this information from the Bishop's Transcripts or someone with better eyesight than me managed to read the parish register.

I looked at the Will index and noted two Wills with the surname BARNFATHER in Hagworthingham. I ordered these two and gleaned the following information from them.

Dated - 06 Aug 1806 : Susanna BARNFATHER, widow, of Hagworthingham. The Will mentions a daughter, Elizabeth OLDRED, who was left a cottage and abutting premises to the Blacksmith's shop. Granddaughters: Mary HOULDEN, Hariot OLDRED and Mary RYLOT. Sons: Henry OLDRED and John OLDRED of Boston. Witnesses: William BAILEY, William DAUBNEY and Thomas CROW. The Will was proved on 02 Apr 1808 and the estate came to under ?200.

Dated - 19 Apr 1790 : Elizabeth BARNFATHER, widow, of Hagworthingham. The Will mentions daughters, Frances BARNFATHER and Sarah BARNFATHER. Granddaughter, Ann HEALEY (under 21 years of age in 1790). Witnesses: William WHITEAKER (?), Elizabeth CROW and Thomas CROW. The Will was proved on the 28 Mar 1801 and the estate came to under ?100.

I do not know where Susanna came into the picture, but Elizabeth BARNFATHER must be the widow of William BARNFATHER. It is plain that this is her as she mentions daughters, Sarah and Frances. Daughter, Elizabeth JEFFERY (nee BARNFATHER) is not mentioned in the Will though. What a shame. I suspect that as Elizabeth's (the mother) other daughters were married, she left her estate to her two unmarried daughters. Sarah would have been 32 and Frances 28 in 1790. If you require a copy of this Will, I would have to make an application on your behalf. The Archives do not let you photocopy these Wills as they are very fragile and most are bound tightly in volumes.

I love finding Wills which confirm the relationships - they give further hard evidence.

Unfortunately I couldn't go any further on the Elizabeth JEFFERY (nee BROWN) lineage as the Library did not have any census material outside Lincolnshire. Elizabeth BROWN was born, according to the 1851 and 1861 census, circa 1827 Goole/Hull, Yorkshire. The 1841 census may have given us her parents. The 1881 census gave us that she was 51 hence giving us a birthyear of circa 1830 which would have confirmed that she was a "minor" as given on her marriage certificate. The earlier census' give her birthyear of circa 1828! Which is correct, I wonder? I strongly suspect that the 1830 is correct as we have the marriage certificate to corroborate this.

Whilst at the Library, I took another look at the 1851 census for Martin & Mary ATKIN which confirmed to us that Martin's wife's name was Mary. I took a copy of this census in Halton Lane, Spilsby so you have documented evidence of this family. Also looked Martin out in the 1871 census living in Back Lane, Spilsby, widower, age 69, living with daughter, Mary (39 unmarried) and son, George (21 unmarried). Mary (the daughter) was not on the 1851 census living with her parents, she would have been 19 then and probably "in service" (i.e. working away from home in another household, probably as a servant).

The 1861 census gave Martin ATKIN aged 59, widower, ag lab, born West Keal with Jonathan (21); Mary (29); Jacob (14); George (11) and Joseph (9) - all children born Spilsby. I took a copy for your files.
 
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I looked at the Will index and noted two Wills with the surname BARNFATHER in Hagworthingham. I ordered these two and gleaned the following information from them.

Dated - 06 Aug 1806 : Susanna BARNFATHER, widow, of Hagworthingham. The Will mentions a daughter, Elizabeth OLDRED, who was left a cottage and abutting premises to the Blacksmith's shop. Granddaughters: Mary HOULDEN, Hariot OLDRED and Mary RYLOT. Sons: Henry OLDRED and John OLDRED of Boston. Witnesses: William BAILEY, William DAUBNEY and Thomas CROW. The Will was proved on 02 Apr 1808 and the estate came to under ?200.

Dated - 19 Apr 1790 : Elizabeth BARNFATHER, widow, of Hagworthingham. The Will mentions daughters, Frances BARNFATHER and Sarah BARNFATHER. Granddaughter, Ann HEALEY (under 21 years of age in 1790). Witnesses: William WHITEAKER (?), Elizabeth CROW and Thomas CROW. The Will was proved on the 28 Mar 1801 and the estate came to under ?100.

I do not know where Susanna came into the picture, but Elizabeth BARNFATHER must be the widow of William BARNFATHER. It is plain that this is her as she mentions daughters, Sarah and Frances. Daughter, Elizabeth JEFFERY (nee BARNFATHER) is not mentioned in the Will though. What a shame. I suspect that as Elizabeth's (the mother) other daughters were married, she left her estate to her two unmarried daughters. Sarah would have been 32 and Frances 28 in 1790. If you require a copy of this Will, I would have to make an application on your behalf. The Archives do not let you photocopy these Wills as they are very fragile and most are bound tightly in volumes.

I love finding Wills which confirm the relationships - they give further hard evidence.
 
BARNFATHER, William (I203)
 
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Bishir & Spickard - Excerpt from Elsie Johnson Ayres book pertaining to Bishirs and Spickards

BISHIR, Mary Ann's recollections of her Genealogy as told to Mabel Cooper in the early 1900s, page 1 Contributed by Karron Miller

BISHIR, Mary Ann's recollections of her Genealogy as told to Mabel Cooper in the early 1900s, Page 2 Contributed by Karron Miller

The County of Highland, by Rev. J. W. Klise, A. E. Hough, Editor, Northwestern Historical Society, Madison, Wis, 1902.

Bishir research in York Co., PA and at the state archives.



Histories Bishir - Christly Bysher and his Highland County, Ohio Descendents  A narrative of the migration of Christopher Bishir Sr. from Pennsylvania to Ohio and his family's time in Highland Co., Ohio



Notes With his wife and several small children, Christopher Bishir set out from Westmoreland Co., PA in 1805 for Ohio. They stopped around 1810 in Campbell Co., Kentucky, where their youngest son, Jonathan, was born and then stayed for a time at the mouth of the Crawfish River, near present-day Cincinnati, and Warren Co., Ohio before moving to Highland Co. in the early 1820s. In 1833, they moved into a wilderness cabin on the east side of the road of Allensburg. Their home on the Bradford Survey was No. 917 and was one mile south of Lynchburg. It has come down in the family (from several directions) that Christopher's ancestry is of Alsace-Lorraine. Also, a family bible indicates that he (more likely, his father) served in the War of 1812, although no military record has been found to corroborate this. Research: A Jno Bisher (Besher?) appears in the 1790 census for Cadoris Twp., York Co., Pennsylvania with a wife and no children. Christly Byshir appears in the 1810 census for Campbell Co., Kentucky with a wife, 5 small boys, and 5 small girls. He appears again as Crisby Byshaw in the property tax rolls for 1811 in Campbell Co. and again as Chrisley Byshere in Four Mile in 1812. Jerimiah Bishir may have been another son of Christopher. He was born in Pennsylvania 13 June 1800 and had his first two children in Highland Co., Ohio before moving on to Indiana. Also, Jacob, Jerimiah and a John Bishir appear together in Warren Co., Ohio in the 1820s, where Jacob and John marry Coddington sisters. We believe all the Bishirs in Warren Co. were children of the elder Christopher Bishir. A Zachariah Bysher appears in 1811 in the Campbell Co. Tax Lists but does not appear in 1810. Could he have been another son of Christopher who died young? And a Frederick Bishir appears on the tax lists for Warren Co., Ohio with the other Bishirs. Frederick also appears in the 1830 census for Warren Co., Ohio with a much younger wife and four daughters. He is between 60 and 70 at that time, so perhaps he was Christopher Sr?s brother. We can?t find him in 1840, so he may have died and his wife remarried. RESEARCH: There is a Hans Jacob Basehore (or Boeshaar) naturalized in New York 31 Jan 1716. There is no direct evidence that he is connected with the family, but we may find a connection at some point. He was a cooper (maker or repairer of barrels and casks). Hans Jacob B?shaar is also called Jacob B?shaar (Hunter List Nbr 72) and John Jacob B?shaar (Hunter List 73). Born 1647 in Zweibr?cken, Rheinland-Pfalz. In NY, the Palatines were expected to work for the British authorities, producing naval stores (tar and pitch) for the navy in return for their passage to NY. They were also expected to act as a buffer between the French and Natives on the northern frontier and the English colonies to the south and east. He died before 6 Dec 1719 in Kingston, Ulster Co., NY. A Christopher Bisher (note spelling) is listed as a patron of Dill?s Tavern in 1796, in Monaghan Twp., York Co., Pennsylvania. A Christian Bisher also appears in the 1800 census for that township. A Jacob Bisher (note spelling) is listed as having taken the Oath Of Allegiance to the State of Pennsylvania in Cocalico Twp., Lancaster Co., on November 3rd, 1778. [7, 8]



Sources: S694 Highland Pioneer Sketches and Family Genealogies, Ayres, Elsie Johnson, (1971). S468 Property Tax rolls for Campbell Co., Kentucky 1811 & 1812. S6 Census 1810 Christly Byshir. S879 Correspondence with Randy Wilson. S861 Correspondence with Karron Miller. S405 Pedigree chart from Mary Ann Garman. S1144 RootsWeb WorldConnect Project: Steffxx Families of PA and Europe. S1174 (E. K. Meyers, State Printers, 1887.). 
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BISHIR, Homestead of Jeremiah Bishir in Indiana Contributed by Rob Bishir: The house was built in 1838 just south of Monticello, Indiana and the story says that the bricks were made on the property. The current owner, Mr Dean Williams, says that there was an area on the property that had a lot of broken bricks. That may have been the spot where the bricks were made.

549 BISHIR, Homestead of Jeremiah Bishir, side view. Just south of Monticello, Indiana. Contributed by Rob Bishir

Documents:

550 Bishir, Jacob, sells land to Jeremiah Bishir in 1826, Warren Co., Ohio (page 1)

551 Bishir, Jacob, sells land to Jeremiah Bishir in 1826, Warren Co., Ohio (page 2)

552 Bishir, Jeremiah sells land in 1830, Warren Co., Ohio (page 1)

553 BISHIR, Jeremiah, 1837 Land Patent

554 BISHIR, Jeremiah, 1837 Land Patent

555 BISHIR, Jeremiah, 1840 Land Patent

556 BISHIR, Jeremiah, 1850 Land Patent

557 BISHIR, Jeremiah, 1854 Land Patent

558 Bishir, Jeremiah, Chattel Tax, 1827, Deerfield Twp., Warren Co., Ohio

559 Bishir, Jeremiah, Chattel Tax, 1830, Deerfield Twp., Warren Co., Ohio

560 Bishir, Jeremiah, Chattel Tax, 1830, Deerfield Twp., Warren Co., Ohio

561 Bishir, Jeremiah, Property Tax, 1827, Deerfield Twp., Warren Co., Ohio

562 Bishir, Jeremiah, Property Tax, 1827, Union Twp., Warren Co., Ohio

563 Bishir, Jeremiah, Property Tax, 1830, Deerfield Twp., Warren Co., Ohio

564 Bishir, Jeremiah, Property Tax, 1832, Deerfield Twp., Warren Co., Ohio

565 Bishir, Jeremiah, purchases land in 1827, Warren Co., Ohio (page 1)

566 Bishir, Jeremiah, purchases land in 1827, Warren Co., Ohio (page 2)

567 Bishir, Jeremiah, sells land in 1830, Warren Co., Ohio (page 2)

569 Bishir, Marriage License 1827, Warren Co., Ohio for Jeremiah Byshar and Hester Millett.

570 Bishir, Marriage record for 1827, Warren Co., Ohio for Jeremiah Bisher and Hester Millet

Notes Information about Jeremiah Bishir and his descendents in this data base is the product of the research of Lori Meyers and Rob Bishir . - - - - - - - - - - - - *LAND OWNERS AND SETTLERS OF 1830-33 On the same day that John Burns entered his land, November 2, 1830, James Kerr bought 80 acres in section 24; John Miller, in section 19; Mahlon Frazer, in section 9; on the following day Daniel Baum entered 80 acres in section 8 and Robert Newell 80 acres in section 18; John Bostick, 80 acres in section 12, on the 12th of October, same year; Joseph H. Graham, 80 acres in section 8, November 15, 1830; John Stockton, 80 acres in section 7, on November 20th, and Jeremiah Bisher filed his claim on December 20th, also of the year 1830. - - - - - - - - - - - *JEREMIAH BISHER Among the old-timers who settled previous to the organization of the township, and whose name has already appeared, was Jeremiah Bisher. Even in his younger manhood he appears to have been rather an eccentric character; it will be remembered that he was brought before the Circuit Court, at its first session, charged with malicious mischief in tying the tail of one of his neighbor's fractious horses, thereby causing the animal to injure itself. But be survived that ordeal as well as many trials of a more serious nature incident to a resident of some forty-four years in Union Township. His death occurred on his large and comfortable homestead, four miles southwest of Monticello, in May, 1875, and his remains were buried in the old Kenton grave yard about a mile from his residence. - - - - - - - - - - *SETTLED BEFORE THE TOWNSHIP WAS ORGANIZED Quite a number of settlers, most of them with their families, located in what is now Union Township before the county was organized, the most prominent of these being John Rothrock and his son, Robert; Peter Price, John Roberts, Reuben Stout, James Shafer, Jeremiah Bisher, Hans Erasmus Hiorth, Peter B. Smith, Melchi Gray, Matthew Hopper, Zebulon Sheetz; Samuel Gray, James Spencer, William Orr, John Orr, Mahion Fraser, Sr., Abraham Lowther, John Wilson, Richard Worthington, Henry Baum and George R. Bartley. The first entry of land from the United States Government in what is now Union Township was made by John Rothrock, who, on November 30, 1830, purchased a large tract in section 3, township 26 north, range 3 west, and some time afterward erected a log house thereon. He was soon followed by Peter Price, his brother-in-law, who bought 160 acres in sections 32 and 33, on June 13, 1831; on that day also George R. Bartley purchased land in the same section. - - - - - - - - - - *WHILE A PART OF CARROLL The territory included within the presents limits of White County had a political existence before it was organized as a separate civil body. Its area, besides much more country north and west, was attached to the County of Carroll by legislative enactment, at the time the latter was erected in 1828. On the 11th of May, 1831, the commissioners of that county ordered that all the territory attached to the county, or a part of the county, west of the Tippecanoe River should thereafter be Prairie Township; and an election was ordered held on the first Monday of the following August for the election of one justice of the peace, the vote to be polled at the house of Jesse L. Watson, who was appointed inspector. At this election the following men voted: J. L. Watson, Jesse Johnson, Samuel Smelcer, Michael Ault, Jeremiah Bisher, W. H. McCulloch, Aaron Cox, Royal Hazleton, Ed McCarty, Charles Wright, William Phillips, R. Harrison, Robert A. Barr, William Woods, Ashford Parker?total, fifteen. The entire vote was cast for Noah Noble for governor. For justice of the peace, Royal Hazleton received nine votes, and Jesse Johnson four. In May, 1832, the elections were changed to the house of Samuel Alkire and Jesse L. Watson continued inspector. At the April election in 1832, only six votes were polled, as follows: J. L. Watson, Jesse Johnson, William Phillips, Charles Wright, Edney Wright, J. G. Alkire. Charles Wright was elected constable; Jesse Johnson and Robert Newell, road supervisors; William Phillips and William Woods, overseers of the poor; Samuel Smelcer and Samuel Alkire, fence viewers. These were undoubtedly the first officers of the kind elected in White County. In September, 1832, all of White County, east of the Tippecanoe River was formally attached to Adams Township, Carroll County. ----------------------------------------------------------------- White County, Indiana was formed Feb. 1, 1834. ----------------------------------------------------------------- *THE FIRST JUDGMENT OF THE WHITE CIRCUIT COURT The first term of the White Circuit Court was held at the home of George A. Spencer, in Big Creek Township, about five miles southwest of Monticello, on Friday, October 17, 1834. Present James Barnes and Thomas Wilson, associate judges. Both judges presented their commissions signed by Noah Noble, governor, dated July 7, 1834, and William Sill presented his commission as clerk, which was also signed by the governor and dated July 7, 1834. These commissions were each for a term of seven years. Mr. Sill took the oath of office before Aaron Hicks, sheriff, and thus originated the White Circuit Court. A grand jury was convened and, having heard witnesses, returned one indictment charging Jeremiah Bishir with malicious mischief. It seems that his neighbor, John Roberts, owned a certain horse which had broken into the Bishir fields. Mr. Bishir had caught the horse and tied to its tail a full-sized clapboard, the which the said horse had kicked until both tail and clapboard were almost worn out. At the April term, 1835, towit on Friday, April 17, 1835, the case came on for hearing when Mr. Bishir entered a plea of guilty and the court fined him $5 with the costs and ordered "that the said defendant do stand committed in the custody of the sheriff of said county for the space of one minute." This first judgment violates the laws of syntax for which it seems there was no penalty, but tradition informs us that tho bystanders gathered in a circle around the prisoner and for the full space of one minute he was "it." At that time there was no jail in the county or Mr. Bishir would have had the honor of being our first jail bird. - - - - - - - - - - *FIRST FULL COURT KEPT BUSY At the second term of court, beginning April 17, 1835, also in Mr. Spencer's house, all the judges were present and a number of cases were brought before them. Mr. Spencer himself acted as bailiff, William Sill, clerk, and John Wilson, sheriff. Bisher's case of malicious mischief was at once taken up and the defendant was fined $5, and sentenced to the custody of the sheriff for the space of one minute, "the fine to go to the funds of the county seminary." - - - - - - - - - - *GEORGE A. SPENCER'S DOCKET AS J. P. One of the most interesting records in White County is now in the possession of Miran B. Spencer, Esq., of Monticello. It is the old docket, bound in deer skin, which his grandfather, George A. Spencer, used when he was a justice of the peace in Big Creek Township from September 16, 1834, to June 23, 1836. ... The second case was that of Ashford Parker against our old friend, Jeremiah Bishir, filed the same day, and on November 15, 1834, judgment was rendered against defendant for $10.90, which was later paid. On January 30, 1836, one Samuel Beever recovered judgment against Jeremiah Bishir for $9.75 and costs, which included fees for several witnesses who had been subpoenaed in the case. The Beever family name figures prominently in this record, and on February 23, 1836, one W. M. Beever was arrested for an offense which is not stated. He pleaded not guilty, was tried, acquitted, but placed under bond to keep the peace, and the record concludes: "Said defendant fined for swearing $1.00." Mr. Spencer was a good churchman and would have no swearing in his court. One of the most important cases was that of Joshua Rinker vs. Jeremiah Bishir, in which, on May 30, 1836, judgment was awarded plaintiff for $75, and upon which Simon Kenton became replevin bail. The record shows that $10 is yet due on this judgment. The last case tried was on June 23, 1836, in which Jeremiah Bishir recovered judgment against W. M. Beever for $5.18 3/4, upon which judgment Philip Davis became replevin bail, but this judgment is not yet satisfied of record. On August 9,1837, this docket was turned over to Joseph Phillips, justice of the peace, who states that it was one year after the commission of George A. Spencer had expired. - - - - - - - - - - In the 1830 Tippecanoe Co., IN Sheffield Twp. census p116 2 males under 2(one is Miles, who is the other one?), 1 male 30-40(that would be Jeremiah) and 1 female 30-40 (Esther) The last name is spelled BISHERE. I do not know when the census for Tippecanoe co. was enumerated. - - - - - - - - - - 1840 Census, White Co., Unknown Twp. page 222 line 3 Jeremiah Bisher 3m under 5,1m 5-10,1m 10-15, 1m 40-50-- 2f under5-10, 1 f 10-15, 1f 20-30 Jeremiah and Isaiah were both under 5 at that time, Miles would have been around 10, Elder Jeremiah is 40-50; f 5-10 would be Emily, don't know who the other is, Malinda would have been 2, as to who the female 10-15 is??? Esther could be the last female 20-30 if the census was mismarked or maybe it was Elizabeth Welch ,I doubt if it was Malinda by then, but it could be, as Malinda would have been 20 at that time, Ester would have been 37. I know that Emily states on her marriage certificate in 1892, that her mother was Ester Millett, so Ester was still alive in 1832. - - - - - - - - - - 1850 White Co., IN Dist. 130, p. 407B line 23-34 (Last name, First name, age, sex, race, occupation, real estate value, Birthplace) Bishir, Jeremiah 49 m, w, farmer, 12,000, PA Malinda 28 f,w,IN Miles 20,m,w,farmer, OH Emily 18, f,w,IN Isaiah 16 m,w,farmer, IN, Jeremiah 14 m,w,IN, Malinda 11 f,w,IN, Mary 9 f,w,IN, Christopher 7,m,w,IN, Hannah 3 f, w, IN John 1 m w IN Perigo, Ruben 17 m,w,farmer, OH (*note, Miles, Emily, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Malinda, Mary, and Christopher attended school within the year) - - - - - - - - - - 1860 White Co. Union Twp. p86-87 fam.#590 (#19=attends school) name, age, sex,race,occupation,real estate wealth, personal wealth, birth place Jeremiah Bisher 60 m w farmer 40,000 22,150 PA Malinda 40 f w housekeeper IN Isaah 27 m,w farm laborer, IN Mary 20 f,housework, IN #19 Christopher 18 m, farm laborer IN, #19 Hannah 12 f In, #19 John 11 m,IN, #19 Sarah 8 f IN, #19 William 6 m,IN, #19 Albert 5, m, IN,#19 Eli 3,m, IN Jane 2, f, IN James 6/12, m,IN Mary J. May 27 f servant VA Wm. Hoffman 19 m, farm laborer IN - - - - - - - - - - 1870 White Co., Union Twp. p22 fam. 174, line 13-21 name, age, sex,race,occ.,real estate, personal wealth, place born, (19 is males over 21) Bisher, Jeremiah 70,m,w,farmer,100,000, 4000, PA #19 Harriet, 47,f,w,keeping house, OH John 21 m,w, at home, IN #19 Albert 13,m,w,IN attend school William 17, m,w,IN, attend school Jane 12 f,w,IN, attend school James 10,m,w,IN, attends school George 9,m,w,IN attends school Mose Daniel 17, m,w,IN, attends school (note, the 100,000 is not a typo, that is how the census reported it) - - - - - - - - - - OBITUARY dated June 10th 1875, Monticello Herald "Another White County Pioneer has passed away. Jeremiah Bisher, sen, was born in York County, Penn, June 13, 1800, and died at his late residence, four miles south of Monticello, May 21, 1875. He was, within less than a month, 75 years old. He came to this county in 1830, and has, therefore, been a citizen of White County forty -five years. It was his privilege to witness its progress from its early beginnings in cultivation, internal improvements and civilization, up to its present condition of improvement. Those who have had frontier experience, understand fully how much is meant by the struggles and triumphs of early settlers in a new country. The advantages of early choice of home and farm, he wisely improved. He leads to his heirs an excellent farm. The sickness that resulted in his death was short and severe. Taken down on the 8th, he died on the 21st of May. His funeral services were conducted by Rev R.C. Neal, and attended by a large number of his neighbors. All his living children except one or present to witness the solemn services of their father's consignment to the grave. Thus has closed a life three-fourths of a century long-more than half of which was spent where he died. We are left to await our turn. " (penned by Mary Bisher) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * from: A Standard History of White County Indiana An Authentic Narrative of the Past, with an Extended Survey of Modern Developments in the Progress of Town and Country Under the Supervision of W. H. HAMELLE. VOLUMES I and II ILLUSTRATED THE LEWIS PUBLISHING COMPANY CHICAGO AND NEW YORK 1915

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S287 Obituary, Monticello Herald June 10, 1875, Another White Co. Pioneer has passed away. Jeremiah Bisher Sr. was born in York Co. PA June 13 1800 and died at his residence 4 miles south of Monticello May 21 1875. He came to this county in 1830, , leaves to his heirs an excellent farm....

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S1085 Email exchange with Gillam researcher, Philip Sonnichsen, Philip Sonnichsen. 
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From: Don Worth [mailto:worth@ucla.edu]

Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2009 8:51 AM

To: Dennis Tivel

Cc: Carley Worth

Subject: Re: DNA TESTING

Hi Dennis,

No, I didn't find any matches to my test yet. But, then, my Worths came to America in the 1920s from England and I know all of the descendants here in America of my branch. So I would need to match someone in England.

Carley's ancestry goes like this:

Carley Bisher = Don Worth

Harold Earl Bisher = Marie Mendenhall (Carley's parents)

Lee Bisher = Dorothy Mae Taylor (Carley's grandparents)

Walter Bishir = Cordelia Pitzer

George Bishir = Delilah Morsman

Jonathan Bishir = Elizabeth Spickard

Christopher Bishir (the common ancestor)

As I understand it, Lorna goes like this:

Lorna Jane Ivey = Dennis Adrian Tivel

Clayton Rillston Ivey = Lorna Eunice Boetel

John Henry Boetel = Mary Louisa Fabian

William G. Bishir = Wilhelmina M. Kanter

Jeremiah M. Bishir = Melinda Grace Gillam

Christopher Bishir (the common ancestor)

So, Lorna is 4th cousin to Carley's dad - and 4th cousin, once removed to Carley.

Rob Bishir is the one who did the DNA test for the Jeremiah branch of the family. Here is his connection:

[names withheld]

[names withheld]

Robert Elrick Bishir = Floretta Ruth Stanfield

Charles C. Bishir = Caroline Catherine Campbell

George D. Bishir = Mary Almeda Cain

Jeremiah M. Bishir = Melinda Grace Gillam (common ancestor with Lorna)

Christopher Bishir

So Lorna is a 3rd cousin once removed for Rob. (She is his dad's 3rd cousin)

You can use the search box on our web site to look all these people up and get their dates and such.

Major Christopher was not in the Civil War (he was too old by then) - he was a Major in the Ohio militia in the 1830s. We call him Major Christopher to keep him straight from his father, Christopher (who we sometimes refer to as "Christly"). Major Christpher is one of 5 brothers we know of - Jacob, John, Jeremiah, (Maj.) Christopher, and Jonathan. Jonathan Bishir, who was Jeremiah's brother, and the fellow Carley descends from, was in the Civil War. Actually his service record is incredible. He started out in the 1st US Dragoons in 1833, served until 1836 when he was mustered out because an army surgeon damaged his right arm with excessive bleeding for a fever. Then, in 1861 at age 52, he signed up with the 24th Ohio Vol. Inf. in the Civil War. He served for a while, was mustered out for "over age and lumbago", he promptly found another unit to join (the 2nd Ohio Cavalry) and got a bounty paid for it. He served with them for a while, was captured during the siege of Petersburg, Virginia, and was taken to Andersonville prison in Georgia. He languished there for several months ([name witheld] who also descends from Jonathan Bishir told us he has the bayonet that Jonathan used to escape Andersonville). When Jonathan got out at the end of the war, he went back to Ohio and lived in the old soldier's home in Dayton until his death in 1887 at age 76. What a tough old bird he must have been!

It looks like Lorna's Bishirs probably were not in the Civil War. Jeremiah was way too old, and William G. was born in 1853 so he would have been only 8 years old when it started. That's kind of the same problem I have. My mother's family were lawyers in Pittsburgh during the war - and they were all either too old or too young to have served. The closest I come is a half-uncle who was in Andersonville too. Except he died 2 weeks after he was released from there. 
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Descendants of the 1st Earl of Stirling

rdbpop10added this on 11 Oct 2009 RobertKenningtonoriginally submitted this to Robert of Fairfax County on 25 Sep 2008

pg 102 VIRGINIA HERALDICA

ALEXANDER, Stafford county.

Arms: Per pale argent and sable a chevron, and in base a crescent all counterchanged.

Crest: A bear sejant erect ppr.

Motto: Per mare per terras [ means "by sea and land" ]

According to the tradition in the family, which, however, has not been proven by documentary evidence, John Alexander, the first of the name in Virginia, was the fourth son of William Alexander, the Poet, and first Earl of Stirling, born 1580, died 1640, and married Janet Erskin, daughter of Sir William Erskine. John Alexander obtained a grant of 1,500 acres in Northampton county in 1659. In 1664 as John Alexander, Sr., he patented land in Westmoreland county. He died in 1677 and had issue, John, Robert and Phillip. Robert Alexander, eldest son and heir at time of his father's decease, lived in Stafford county. He married Frances __________. He died before 1 June 1704. He had sons, Robert, born 1688, died 1735, married Ann, daughter of Col. Gerard Fowke of Maryland, and who left issue, and Charles Alexander, who d.s.p. [Decessit Sine Prole is Latin for "Died Without Issue".]

Other sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Alexander,_Earl_of_Stirling

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Description The Alexander family claim to be descendants of the 1st Earl of Stirling.

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Location Stirling, Scotland

Attached to Anguish Alexander (1690 - 1743)

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Unfortunately I couldn't go any further on the Elizabeth JEFFERY (nee BROWN) lineage as the Library did not have any census material outside Lincolnshire. Elizabeth BROWN was born, according to the 1851 and 1861 census, circa 1827 Goole/Hull, Yorkshire. The 1841 census may have given us her parents. The 1881 census gave us that she was 51 hence giving us a birthyear of circa 1830 which would have confirmed that she was a "minor" as given on her marriage certificate. The earlier census' give her birthyear of circa 1828! Which is correct, I wonder? I strongly suspect that the 1830 is correct as we have the marriage certificate to corroborate this.

Whilst at the Library, I took another look at the 1851 census for Martin & Mary ATKIN which confirmed to us that Martin's wife's name was Mary. I took a copy of this census in Halton Lane, Spilsby so you have documented evidence of this family. Also looked Martin out in the 1871 census living in Back Lane, Spilsby, widower, age 69, living with daughter, Mary (39 unmarried) and son, George (21 unmarried). Mary (the daughter) was not on the 1851 census living with her parents, she would have been 19 then and probably "in service" (i.e. working away from home in another household, probably as a servant).

The 1861 census gave Martin ATKIN aged 59, widower, ag lab, born West Keal with Jonathan (21); Mary (29); Jacob (14); George (11) and Joseph (9) - all children born Spilsby. I took a copy for your files. 
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Joyceln:Butson line From: jgraham@paradise.net.nz Category: General Question/Comment Date: 25 Nov 2001 Time: 02:47:24 Remote Name: 203.79.76.133

Comments I have been searching for Butson's in other parts of the world that descended from around the Cubert/ Crantock/ St Agnes area of Cornwall. I have not been able to trace any descendents from these lines so far. Some of the families that the females married into are Stephens and Tregea. I have been told that some of these went to America in about the 1800's or so. My mother was Mary Elizabeth Butson born in NZ, her father was Richard Butson & mother Henrietta Townsend. Grandparents were William Butson & Mary Chegwidden, GtGrandparents were Solomon Butson & Elizabeth Mitchell, GtGtGrandparents were Solomon Butson & Jane Chenoweth. I would like to trace the families of the siblings of her Gt Grandparents & Gt GT Grandparents.It would be great to find relatives of these lines where ever they are in the world.

Jocelyn: In answer to your query, I looked up the Chegwidden line and found references to the Stephens line but also to variations on the Chegwidden name e.g. Cheqwine, Chigwyn, and CHEGWYEN. Maybe you will be able to follow one of these variations with more success on the Chegwidden side.

The results of my lookup are below.

David

1. Mary CHEGWIDDEN was born 20 APR 1839 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 26 JUL 1931 in New Zealand. She was the daughter of 2. Richard CHEGWIDDEN and 3. Mary JENKIN. She married William BUTSON 2 JAN 1862 in Crantock, Cornwall.

2. Richard CHEGWIDDEN was born 7 AUG 1808 in Halwyn, Crantock, Cornwall, and died 28 DEC 1900. He was buried 1 JAN 1901. He was the son of 4. Walter CHEGWIDDEN and 5. Jane STEPHENS.

3. Mary JENKIN. She was buried 24 DEC 1886. She was the daughter of 6. John JENKIN and 7. Elizabeth SYMONS.

Children of Mary JENKIN and Richard CHEGWIDDEN are: i. John Jenkin CHEGWIDDEN was born 1 APR 1838 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 15 MAR 1922. He married Caroline ANDREW 15 MAY 1864 in Illogan, Redruff, Cornwall. 1. ii. Mary CHEGWIDDEN was born 20 APR 1839 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 26 JUL 1931 in New Zealand. She married William BUTSON 2 JAN 1862 in Crantock, Cornwall. iii. William CHEGWIDDEN was born 20 AUG 1842 in Crantock, Cornwall. He married Emma Jane CLEMENTS 2 JUN 1870. iv. Elizabeth Symons was born 25 DEC 1844 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 24 MAY 1863. v. Frederick CHEGWIDDEN was born 1 JUN 1846 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 16 JUN 1927. He married Agnes Cotton STEPHENS 30 MAY 1875 in Crantock, Cornwall, daughter of James Cotton STEPHENS and Ann COWLIN. She was born 25 AUG 1845 in Newlyn, Cornwall, and died 4 FEB 1927. vi. Samuel CHEGWIDDEN was born 7 JUL 1848 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 21 MAY 1935. He married Mary MORCON 12 OCT 1881 in Crantock, Cornwall. vii. Alfred CHEGWIDDEN was born 2 SEP 1850 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 20 JUL 1933. He married Fanny TAMBLYN 7 JUL 1877 in Newlyn, Cornwall, daughter of John TAMBLYN and Elizabeth. She was born 6 MAY 1853 in Summercourt, Cornwall, and died 26 OCT 1881. He married Dee LAMPSHIRE 2 JAN 1884 in Truro, Cornwall, daughter of Henry LAMPSHIRE and Elizabeth BICE. She was born 3 NOV 1853 in Truro, Cornwall, and died 2 JUL 1936. viii. Walter CHEGWIDDEN was born 5 OCT 1855 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 4 JUL 1928. He married Ellen HARRIS 19 SEP 1891 in Crantock, Cornwall. ix. Nanny Jenkin CHEGWIDDEN was born 16 OCT 1861 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 16 NOV 1922. She married Richard BROKENSHANK 28 NOV 1891 in Crantock, Cornwall.

4. Walter CHEGWIDDEN was born 23 JAN 1774, and died 31 OCT 1854. He was buried 3 NOV 1854. He was the son of 8. John CHEGWIDDEN Cheqwine and 9. Ann SYMONS.

5. Jane STEPHENS died 18 NOV 1849. She was buried 21 NOV 1849. She was the daughter of 10. John STEPHENS and 11. Jane.

Children of Jane STEPHENS and Walter CHEGWIDDEN are: i. Mary CHEGWIDDEN was born 25 NOV 1800 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 28 JUL 1824. ii. Jane CHEGWIDDEN was born 12 JUN 1803 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 15 JAN 1804. iii. John Stephens CHEGWIDDEN was born 21 NOV 1805 in Crantock, Cornwall. 2. iv. Richard CHEGWIDDEN was born 7 AUG 1808 in Halwyn, Crantock, Cornwall, and died 28 DEC 1900. He married Mary JENKIN 23 DEC 1837 in Crantock, Cornwall, daughter of John JENKIN and Elizabeth SYMONS. v. John CHEGWIDDEN was born 1811. vi. Walter CHEGWIDDEN was born 27 FEB 1812 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 28 AUG 1859. He married Mary BROWN 28 JUN 1838 in St. Clements Truro Cornwall. vii. Jane CHEGWIDDEN was born 1 JAN 1814 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 10 JUN 1871. viii. Ann CHEGWIDDEN was born 18 JUL 1817 in Crantock, Cornwall. ix. William CHEGWIDDEN was born 21 JAN 1821 in Crantock , Cornwall, and died 20 SEP 1913. He married Nanny MITCHELL 4 DEC 1852.

6. John JENKIN was born 1789, and died 7 MAY 1837.

7. Elizabeth SYMONS was born 1790, and died 6 SEP 1844.

Children of Elizabeth SYMONS and John JENKIN are:3. i. Mary JENKIN. She married Richard CHEGWIDDEN 23 DEC 1837 in Crantock, Cornwall, son of Walter CHEGWIDDEN and Jane STEPHENS. He was born 7 AUG 1808 in Halwyn, Crantock, Cornwall, and died 28 DEC 1900. ii. Elizabeth JENKIN was born 7 FEB 1819. iii. William JENKIN was born 27 DEC 1821, and died 10 APR 1902. He married Jane. iv. John Symons JENKIN was born 1824, and died 3 MAY 1835. v. Thomas JENKIN was born 6 NOV 1825. vi. Sophia JENKIN was born 12 OCT 1828. vii. Ann JENKIN was born 4 SEP 1831.

8. John CHEGWIDDEN Cheqwine was born 6 MAR 1747 in Kenwyn, and died 1828. He was buried 7 APR 1828 in Cubert, Cornwall. He was the son of 16. John CHEGWYEN and 17. Mary ROUSE.

9. Ann SYMONS was born ABT 1751 in Cornwall, and died 1837 in Tubiscan, Cornwall (86). She was buried 28 DEC 1837 in Cubert Cornwall. She was the daughter of 18. and 19. .

Children of Ann SYMONS and John CHEGWIDDEN Cheqwine are: i. Thomas CHEGWIDDEN was born 29 MAR 1784 in Cubert, and died 1867 in Crantock. He married Ann Chenoweth CHYNOWETH 23 JAN 1813 in Crantock, Cornwall, England Batch7300017 Sht34, daughter of John CHYNOWETH and Elizabeth. She was born 24 OCT 1779 in Saint Agnes Near Truro Cornwall England, and died 1873 in Crantock. ii. Elizabeth (Betty) CHEGWIDDEN was born 1779 in Cubert Cornwall. She married Edward RILSTONE 13 MAR 1802 in Cubert, Cornwall. iii. Jennefer CHEGWIDDEN was born 1777 in Cubert Cornwall. She married Thomas RILSTONE 12 OCT 1802 in Cubert, Cornwall. 4. iv. Walter CHEGWIDDEN was born 23 JAN 1774, and died 31 OCT 1854. He married Jane STEPHENS 16 MAR 1800 in Crantock, Cornwall, daughter of John STEPHENS and Jane. She died 18 NOV 1849. v. John CHEGWIDDEN was born 1781 in Cubert Cornwall. He married Elizabeth. vi. Richard CHEGWIDDEN was born 1789 in Cubert Cornwall. He married Mary WEBBER 15 JUL 1836 in Cubert, Cornwall. vii. William CHEGWIDDEN was born 1795 in Cubert Cornwall. viii. Mary CHEGWIDDEN was born 1786 in Cubert Cornwall. She married George BROWN 1811. ix. Ann CHEGWIDDEN was born 1788 in Cubert Cornwall. She married George GEORGE 19 MAY 1810 in Cubert, Cornwall. x. Margaret (Peggy) CHEGWIDDEN was born 1795 in Cubert Cornwall. She married Thomas PHILLIPS 8 MAY 1813. xi. Jemima CHEGWIDDEN was born 1798. She married John OLIVER 15 MAR 1823.

10. John STEPHENS.

11. Jane.

Child of Jane and John STEPHENS is:5. i. Jane STEPHENS died 18 NOV 1849. She married Walter CHEGWIDDEN 16 MAR 1800 in Crantock, Cornwall, son of John CHEGWIDDEN Cheqwine and Ann SYMONS. He was born 23 JAN 1774, and died 31 OCT 1854.

16. John CHEGWYEN was born 9 NOV 1713 in Kenwyn Cornwall England, and died 1757. He was buried 10 MAY 1757 in Kea, Cornwall. He was the son of 32. Thomas CHEGWIDDEN and 33. Elizabeth TRESTRAYLE.

17. Mary ROUSE was born in Cornwall, and died 1797. She was buried 30 APR 1797 in Cubert, Cornwall. She was the daughter of 34. John GILLARD and 35. Charity.

Children of Mary ROUSE and John CHEGWYEN are:8. i. John CHEGWIDDEN Cheqwine was born 6 MAR 1747 in Kenwyn, and died 1828. He married Ann SYMONS 19 APR 1772 in Cubert Cornwall, daughter of and . She was born ABT 1751 in Cornwall, and died 1837 in Tubiscan, Cornwall (86). ii. Ginifer (Jennifer) CHEGWIDDEN was born 1736 in Kenwyn. iii. Walter CHEGWIDDEN was born 1750 in Kenwyn. iv. Richard CHEGWIDDEN was born 1748 in Kenwyn. v. Mary CHEGWIDDEN was born 1739 in Redruth, Cornwall. vi. Mary CHEGWIDDEN was born 1741 in Redruth, Cornwall. vii. Betty CHEGWIDDEN was born 1744/1745 in Kenwyn. viii. Hannah CHEGWIDDEN was born 1734 in Kenwyn. 18. .

19. .

Child of 9. i. Ann SYMONS was born ABT 1751 in Cornwall, and died 1837 in Tubiscan, Cornwall (86). She married John CHEGWIDDEN Cheqwine 19 APR 1772 in Cubert Cornwall, son of John CHEGWYEN and Mary ROUSE. He was born 6 MAR 1747 in Kenwyn, and died 1828.

32. Thomas CHEGWIDDEN was born 1688/1689 in Kenwyn Cornwall England, and died 1778 in Kenwyn. He was buried 7 AUG 1778 in Kenwyn Cornwall. He was the son of 64. Thomas CHIGWYN and 65. Elizabeth.

33. Elizabeth TRESTRAYLE died 1778. She was buried 30 JUN 1778 in Kenwyn, Cornwall.

Children of Elizabeth TRESTRAYLE and Thomas CHEGWIDDEN are:16. i. John CHEGWYEN was born 9 NOV 1713 in Kenwyn Cornwall England, and died 1757. He married Mary ROUSE 26 FEB 1732/1733 in Kea, Cornwall, daughter of John GILLARD and Charity. She was born in Cornwall, and died 1797. ii. Thomas CHEGWYEN was born 1715. iii. Mary CHEGWYEN was born 1721. iv. Richard CHEGWYEN was born 1717/1718. v. Elizabeth CHEGWYEN was born 1723/1724. vi. Joan CHEGWYEN was born 1725/1726. vii. Hannah CHEGWYEN was born 1727/1728. viii. Walter CHEGWYEN was born 1730/1731. ix. John CHEGWYEN was born 6 MAR 1747/1748 in Kenwyn.

34. John GILLARD was born 1689 in Wendron Cornwall England.

35. Charity was born 1693 in Wendron Cornwall.

Child of Charity and John GILLARD is:17. i. Mary ROUSE was born in Cornwall, and died 1797. She married John CHEGWYEN 26 FEB 1732/1733 in Kea, Cornwall, son of Thomas CHEGWIDDEN and Elizabeth TRESTRAYLE. He was born 9 NOV 1713 in Kenwyn Cornwall England, and died 1757. 
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John Chygwyn (b. Abt. 1500, d. date unknown)

John Chygwyn was born Abt. 1500 in Cornwall, England, and died date unknown in Cornwall, England. He married Unknown in Cornwall, England.

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ALL WORK IN THIS LINE IS FROM MAURINE E WORKS BOOK

Constantine Cornwall to Adelaide South Australia

The Chegwidden Family and Chegwidden Farm

Maurine E Work

1986

pg 104 -pg 117

Tony and Pam,

Please find attached edited Gedcom of family tree. Ive removed most details of living individuals but there should be enough to get you started.

Regards,

Ken Chegwidden [ken_grace@one.net.au]

Descendants of John Chygwyn

Generation No. 1

1. JOHN1 CHYGWYN died 1522 in Constantine, Cornwall.

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John was the family surname before John leased Chygwyn Farm

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Burial: 1522, Constantine, Cornwall

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Child of JOHN CHYGWYN is:

2. i. RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, d. 1569, Constantine, Cornwall.

Generation No. 2

2. RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN (JOHN1) died 1569 in Constantine, Cornwall. He married JANE. She died 1568.

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John was the family surname before John leased Chygwyn Farm

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Burial: 6 March 1568/69, Constantine, Cornwall

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Burial: 19 June 1568

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Child of RICHARD CHYGWYN and JANE is:

3. i. THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, b. 1565; d. 1659.

Generation No. 3

3. THOMAS3 CHYGWIN (RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born 1565, and died 1659. He married ELIZABETH CHRISTOPHER) ?HER (TOOKER September 1603 in Constantine, Cornwall. She died 1665 in Constantine, Cornwall.

Notes for THOMAS CHYGWIN:

Farmed "Maen Poule" Constantine, Cornwall.Administrative Bond / Inventory Dated 1660

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Burial: 25 June 1659

Occupation: Yeoman Farmer

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Burial: 26 August 1665, Constantine, Cornwall

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Children of THOMAS CHYGWIN and ELIZABETH ?HER (TOOKER are:

4. i. RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, b. Constantine, Cornwall; d. 1684, Constantine.

ii. JOHN CHIGWIN.

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iii. RACHEL CHIGWIN.

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iv. THOMAS CHIGWIN.

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v. GILBEARD (GILBERT) CHIGWIN.

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vi. JANE CHIGWIN.

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vii. RICHARD CHIGWIN, d. Infant Death.

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Generation No. 4

4. RICHARD4 CHIGWIN (THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born in Constantine, Cornwall, and died 1684 in Constantine. He married AVIS PRINE 20 November 1650 in Constantine. She died 1690 in Constantine.

Notes for RICHARD CHIGWIN:

Lease farmed "Maen Poule" Constantine, Cornwall with brother John.

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Burial: 12 November 1684, Constantine Church, Cornwall

Occupation: Yeoman

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Burial: 18 July 1690, Constantine Church, Cornwall

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Children of RICHARD CHIGWIN and AVIS PRINE are:

i. RICHARD5 CHIGWYN, b. 1652.

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5. ii. THOMAS CHIGWYN, b. 14 June 1653, Constantine Cornwall; d. 1708, Kenwyn.

iii. ELIZABETH CHIGWYN, b. 4 August 1657.

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iv. AVIS CHIGWYN, b. 28 April 1660.

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v. CHRISTIAN CHIGWYN, b. 1663.

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vi. JANE CHIGWYN, b. 1668.

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Generation No. 5

5. THOMAS5 CHIGWYN (RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born 14 June 1653 in Constantine Cornwall, and died 1708 in Kenwyn. He married ELIZABETH 1686 in Constantine?.

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Burial: 19 October 1708, Kenwyn Cornwall Name Shown As Chewidon

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Burial: 26 February 1727/28, Kenwyn Church Name Shown As Shegwiden

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Children of THOMAS CHIGWYN and ELIZABETH are:

6. i. THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, b. Kenwyn Cornwall England; d. 1778, Kenwyn.

ii. RICHARD CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1687, Constantine; d. Constantine.

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Burial: 11 February 1690/91, Constantine

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Generation No. 6

6. THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN (THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born in Kenwyn Cornwall England, and died 1778 in Kenwyn. He married ELIZABETH TRESTRAYLE 29 December 1711 in Kenwyn Cornwall England. She died 1778.

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Burial: 7 August 1778, Kenwyn Cornwall

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Burial: 30 June 1778, Kenwyn, Cornwall

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Children of THOMAS CHEGWIDDEN and ELIZABETH TRESTRAYLE are:

i. RICHARD7 CHEGWYEN.

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ii. ELIZABETH CHEGWYEN.

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iii. JOAN CHEGWYEN.

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iv. HANNAH CHEGWYEN.

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v. WALTER CHEGWYEN.

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7. vi. JOHN CHEGWYEN, b. 9 November 1713, Kenwyn Cornwall England; d. 1757.

vii. THOMAS CHEGWYEN, b. 1715.

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viii. MARY CHEGWYEN, b. 1721.

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ix. JOHN CHEGWYEN, b. 6 March 1747/48, Kenwyn.

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Generation No. 7

7. JOHN7 CHEGWYEN (THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born 9 November 1713 in Kenwyn Cornwall England, and died 1757. He married MARY ROUSE 26 February 1732/33 in Kea, Cornwall, daughter of JOHN GILLARD and CHARITY. She was born in Cornwall, and died 1797.

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Burial: 10 May 1757, Kea, Cornwall

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Burial: 30 April 1797, Cubert, Cornwall

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Children of JOHN CHEGWYEN and MARY ROUSE are:

i. BETTY8 CHEGWIDDEN, b. Kenwyn.

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ii. HANNAH CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1734, Kenwyn.

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iii. GINIFER (JENNIFER) CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1736, Kenwyn.

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iv. MARY CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1739, Redruth, Cornwall.

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v. MARY CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1741, Redruth, Cornwall.

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8. vi. JOHN CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, b. 6 March 1746/47, Kenwyn; d. 1828.

vii. RICHARD CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1748, Kenwyn.

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viii. WALTER CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1750, Kenwyn.

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Generation No. 8

8. JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE (JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born 6 March 1746/47 in Kenwyn, and died 1828. He married ANN SYMONS 19 April 1772 in Cubert Cornwall. She was born Abt. 1751 in Cornwall, and died 1837 in Tubiscan, Cornwall (86).

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Burial: 7 April 1828, Cubert, Cornwall

Occupation: Yoeman Husbandman, Farmer

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Burial: 28 December 1837, Cubert Cornwall

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Children of JOHN CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE and ANN SYMONS are:

9. i. WALTER9 CHEGWIDDEN, b. 23 January 1774; d. 31 October 1854.

ii. JENNEFER CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1777, Cubert Cornwall; m. THOMAS RILSTONE, 12 October 1802, Cubert, Cornwall.

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iii. ELIZABETH (BETTY) CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1779, Cubert Cornwall; m. EDWARD RILSTONE, 13 March 1802, Cubert, Cornwall.

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iv. JOHN CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1781, Cubert Cornwall; m. ELIZABETH.

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10. v. THOMAS CHEGWIDDEN, b. 29 March 1784, Cubert; d. 1867, Crantock.

vi. MARY CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1786, Cubert Cornwall; m. GEORGE BROWN, 1811.

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vii. ANN CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1788, Cubert Cornwall; m. GEORGE GEORGE, 19 May 1810, Cubert, Cornwall.

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viii. RICHARD CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1789, Cubert Cornwall; m. MARY WEBBER, 15 July 1836, Cubert, Cornwall.

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ix. WILLIAM CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1795, Cubert Cornwall.

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x. MARGARET (PEGGY) CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1795, Cubert Cornwall; m. THOMAS PHILLIPS, 8 May 1813.

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xi. JEMIMA CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1798; m. JOHN OLIVER, 15 March 1823.

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Generation No. 9

9. WALTER9 CHEGWIDDEN (JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born 23 January 1774, and died 31 October 1854. He married JANE STEPHENS 16 March 1800 in Crantock, Cornwall, daughter of JOHN STEPHENS and JANE. She died 18 November 1849.

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Burial: 3 November 1854

Occupation: Farmer

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Burial: 21 November 1849

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Children of WALTER CHEGWIDDEN and JANE STEPHENS are:

i. MARY10 CHEGWIDDEN, b. 25 November 1800, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 28 July 1824.

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Occupation: Unmarried

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ii. JANE CHEGWIDDEN, b. 12 June 1803, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 15 January 1804.

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iii. JOHN STEPHENS CHEGWIDDEN, b. 21 November 1805, Crantock, Cornwall.

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11. iv. RICHARD CHEGWIDDEN, b. 7 August 1808, Halwyn, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 28 December 1900.

v. JOHN CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1811.

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vi. WALTER CHEGWIDDEN, b. 27 February 1812, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 28 August 1859; m. MARY BROWN, 28 June 1838, St. Clements Truro Cornwall.

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vii. JANE CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1 January 1814, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 10 June 1871.

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Occupation: Unmarried

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viii. ANN CHEGWIDDEN, b. 18 July 1817, Crantock, Cornwall.

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ix. WILLIAM CHEGWIDDEN, b. 21 January 1821, Crantock , Cornwall; d. 20 September 1913; m. NANNY MITCHELL, 4 December 1852.

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10. THOMAS9 CHEGWIDDEN (JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born 29 March 1784 in Cubert, and died 1867 in Crantock. He married ANN CHENOWETH CHYNOWETH 23 January 1813 in Crantock, Cornwall, UK Batch7300017 Sht34, daughter of JOHN CHYNOWETH and ELIZABETH. She was born 24 October 1779 in Saint Agnes Near Truro Cornwall England, and died 1873 in Crantock.

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Burial: 11 July 1867, Crantock

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Burial: 19 October 1873, Crantock

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Children of THOMAS CHEGWIDDEN and ANN CHYNOWETH are:

12. i. CONSTANTINE10 CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1813, Crantock, Cornwall.

ii. THOMAS CHEGWIDDEN, b. 6 August 1814, Crantock Cornwall, UK.

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iii. CHARLES CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1817; d. 24 July 1827.

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iv. ELIZABETH CHENOWETH CHEGWIDDEN, b. 22 July 1819, Crantock Cornwall; m. WILLIAM TONKIN, 26 May 1849.

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v. JANE RILSTONE CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1821, Crantock.

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vi. JOSEPHA CHENOWETH CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1822, Crantock; m. THOMAS MORCOMB, 29 April 1847.

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vii. JOHN HENRY CHENOWETH CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1825, Crantock; m. ELIZABETH VINCENT, 24 November 1849.

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viii. RICHARD CHENOWETH CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1828, Crantock; m. SARAH ANN.

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ix. CHARLES SYMONS CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1829, Crantock; m. ELIZABETH, 1867; d. Drowned at Havre 20.

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13. x. ELIAS CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1831, Crantock.

xi. ARTHUR CHENOWETH CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1834, Crantock, Cornwall; m. EMILY TILBURY.

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xii. WALTER THOMAS CHENOWETH CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1836, Crantock; m. EMMA (EMILY) ROSE TILBURY, March 1865, St. Olave, Tooley St. Bermondsey Qtr.GRO.

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Generation No. 10

11. RICHARD10 CHEGWIDDEN (WALTER9, JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born 7 August 1808 in Halwyn, Crantock, Cornwall, and died 28 December 1900. He married MARY JENKIN 23 December 1837 in Crantock, Cornwall, daughter of JOHN JENKIN and ELIZABETH SYMONS.

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Burial: 1 January 1901

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Burial: 24 December 1886

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Children of RICHARD CHEGWIDDEN and MARY JENKIN are:

14. i. JOHN JENKIN11 CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1 April 1838, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 15 March 1922.

ii. MARY CHEGWIDDEN, b. 20 April 1839, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 26 July 1931, New Zealand; m. WILLIAM BUTSON, 2 January 1862, Crantock, Cornwall.

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iii. WILLIAM CHEGWIDDEN, b. 20 August 1842, Crantock, Cornwall; m. EMMA JANE CLEMENTS, 2 June 1870.

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iv. ELIZABETH SYMONS, b. 25 December 1844, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 24 May 1863.

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Occupation: Unmarried

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15. v. FREDERICK CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1 June 1846, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 16 June 1927.

vi. SAMUEL CHEGWIDDEN, b. 7 July 1848, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 21 May 1935; m. MARY MORCON, 12 October 1881, Crantock, Cornwall.

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16. vii. ALFRED CHEGWIDDEN, b. 2 September 1850, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 20 July 1933.

viii. WALTER CHEGWIDDEN, b. 5 October 1855, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 4 July 1928; m. ELLEN HARRIS, 19 September 1891, Crantock, Cornwall.

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ix. NANNY JENKIN CHEGWIDDEN, b. 16 October 1861, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 16 November 1922; m. RICHARD BROKENSHANK, 28 November 1891, Crantock, Cornwall.

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12. CONSTANTINE10 CHEGWIDDEN (THOMAS9, JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born 1813 in Crantock, Cornwall1. He married SARAH MORGAN 15 August 1842 in Swansea Glamorgan Wales UK Batch 7425506Sht1.

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Children of CONSTANTINE CHEGWIDDEN and SARAH MORGAN are:

i. MARGARET ANN11 CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1842, Swansea Wales; d. 1843; m. UNKNOWN, 1870, Swansea Wales.

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ii. THOMAS LEWIS CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1846, Swansea; m. UNKNOWN, 1870, Swansea, Wales.

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iii. MARY ANN CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1850.

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iv. MARGARET JANE CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1852, Swansea Wales.

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v. SARAH CHARLOTTE CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1854, Swansea Wales; m. UNKNOWN, 1872, Swansea Wales.

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17. vi. CONSTANTINE PHILLIP CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1856; d. 1899, NSW, Australia.

vii. CHARLES ARTHUR MORGAN CHEGWIDDEN, b. 27 July 1859, Swansea, Glamorgan Wales; d. 27 July 1867, Swansea, Wales.

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viii. ELLEN SOPHIA CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1864, Swansea Wales; d. September 1866.

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18. ix. WALTER ELIAS CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1868, Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales; d. 1932, Cert 19490 NSW BDM , Patrick St. Merewether.

13. ELIAS10 CHEGWIDDEN (THOMAS9, JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born 1831 in Crantock. He married MARY JANE GOATH 26 July 1857 in Liskeard, Cornwall.

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Occupation: Migrated to NZ in 1870

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Education: Migrated to NZ in 1870

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Children of ELIAS CHEGWIDDEN and MARY GOATH are:

i. EMMA11 CHEGWIDDEN, b. 13 January 1858, Liskeard.

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19. ii. WILLIAM CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1863, Wellington, NZ.

iii. ANNIE CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1865; m. THOMAS PINFOLD.

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iv. ROSE CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1867; m. PAUL SCHAUBE.

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20. v. ELIAS CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1870, Napier, NZ.

vi. MINNIE CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1873; m. ROBERT MARTIN SMITH.

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vii. ROBERT JOHN CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1875.

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viii. MARY (POLLY) CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1892, Napier, NZ; m. WILLIAM KNAPP.

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Generation No. 11

14. JOHN JENKIN11 CHEGWIDDEN (RICHARD10, WALTER9, JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born 1 April 1838 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 15 March 1922. He married CAROLINE ANDREW 15 May 1864 in Illogan, Redruff, Cornwall.

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Child of JOHN CHEGWIDDEN and CAROLINE ANDREW is:

i. 12.

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15. FREDERICK11 CHEGWIDDEN (RICHARD10, WALTER9, JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born 1 June 1846 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 16 June 1927. He married AGNES COTTON STEPHENS 30 May 1875 in Crantock, Cornwall, daughter of JAMES STEPHENS and ANN COWLIN. She was born 25 August 1845 in Newlyn, Cornwall, and died 4 February 1927.

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Children of FREDERICK CHEGWIDDEN and AGNES STEPHENS are:

i. MARY ANN12 CHEGWIDDEN, b. 6 February 1876, Longorra, Cornwall; d. 7 October 1944; m. ARTHUR CHARLES LEER, 24 February 1915, Waterloo, Sydney NSW Australia.

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ii. JAMES STEPHENS CHEGWIDDEN, b. 19 September 1877, Longorra, Cornwall; d. 5 September 1878, died at sea en route to Australia.

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iii. JEMIMA OLIVE CHEGWIDDEN, b. 4 March 1879, Orange, NSW, Australia; d. 20 August 1963; m. GEORGE MITCHELL, 25 June 1902, Orange, NSW, Australia.

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21. iv. JAMES RICHARD CHEGWIDDEN, b. 12 July 1880, Byng, Orange, NSW, Australia; d. 8 December 1942.

v. UNA JANE CHEGWIDDEN, b. 18 July 1882, Byng, Orange, NSW, Australia; d. 30 August 1963; m. ALAN JOHONATHAN EWERS, 26 June 1907, Orange, NSW, Australia.

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vi. ELSIE STEPHENS CHEGWIDDEN, b. 7 August 1884, Byng, Orange, NSW, Australia; d. 13 September 1967; m. ALFRED JAMES SELWOOD, 3 February 1904, Springside, Orange, NSW, Australia.

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vii. FREDERICK ERNEST CHEGWIDDEN, b. 22 February 1886, Byng, Orange, NSW, Australia; m. ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON, 4 May 1908, Orange.

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viii. JOHN THOMAS CHEGWIDDEN, b. 19 January 1888, Byng, Orange, NSW, Australia; m. AGNES SCOTLAND, 28 April 1917, Waterloo, Sydney, Australia.

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16. ALFRED11 CHEGWIDDEN (RICHARD10, WALTER9, JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born 2 September 1850 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 20 July 1933. He married (1) FANNY TAMBLYN 7 July 1877 in Newlyn, Cornwall, daughter of JOHN TAMBLYN and ELIZABETH. She was born 6 May 1853 in Summercourt, Cornwall, and died 26 October 1881. He married (2) DEE LAMPSHIRE 2 January 1884 in Truro, Cornwall, daughter of HENRY LAMPSHIRE and ELIZABETH BICE. She was born 3 November 1853 in Truro, Cornwall, and died 2 July 1936.

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Burial: 21 July 1933

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Burial: 4 July 1936

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Child of ALFRED CHEGWIDDEN and FANNY TAMBLYN is:

22. i. CHARLES12 CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1 August 1878, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 25 May 1949, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Children of ALFRED CHEGWIDDEN and DEE LAMPSHIRE are:

ii. MARY ELIZABETH12 CHEGWIDDEN, b. 29 January 1887, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 13 January 1970; m. EDWIN JOHN KESTLE, 6 August 1910, Crantock, Cornwall; b. 1886; d. 17 June 1966.

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Burial: 15 January 1970

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23. iii. HARRY WILFRED CHEGWIDDEN, b. 27 September 1888, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 21 August 1959.

24. iv. MORLEY CHEGWIDDEN, b. 15 June 1890, Crantock, Cornwall.

25. v. FREDERICK CHEGWIDDEN, b. 13 April 1892, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 10 February 1977.

26. vi. WALTER CHEGWIDDEN, b. 2 August 1895, Crantock, Cornwall; d. 14 December 1965.

17. CONSTANTINE PHILLIP11 CHEGWIDDEN (CONSTANTINE10, THOMAS9, JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born 1856, and died 1899 in NSW, Australia. He married LAURA G MEYER 1882 in NSW Reg No.1882/1652 O, daughter of WILLIAM MEYER and MARY. She died 1902 in NSW Reg No. 1902/9383.

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Burial: 1899, NSW, Australia

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Children of CONSTANTINE CHEGWIDDEN and LAURA MEYER are:

i. CLARISSA C12 CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1884, NSW Reg No. 1884/30227; d. 1899, NSW.

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ii. STELLA M CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1885, NSW Reg No. 1885/1366.

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18. WALTER ELIAS11 CHEGWIDDEN (CONSTANTINE10, THOMAS9, JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) was born 1868 in Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales, and died 1932 in Cert 19490 NSW BDM , Patrick St. Merewether. He married JANE ELIZABETH SAULT 25 December 1890 in Certificate 54520 NSW BDM, Newcastle NSW, daughter of THOMAS SAULT and JANE. She was born 1861 in 25% Aborigine, and died 11 September 1938 in Death Cert 18604 O.

Notes for WALTER ELIAS CHEGWIDDEN:

Top Welsh tenor at 14 years old Walter Elias Chegwidden

Born in Wales in 1863 at Swansea. As a singer , he won the Championship of Wales as a sweet tenor voice before migrating to Australia in the sailing ship in ? . He married Jane Sault At Newcastle in New South Wales naming their children

Lilian (1890 became Mrs. Jack OBrien) , Walter Thomas (1895), Eva (1894 became Mrs Alex Ballenden) and Hazel (1914 became Mrs W. Hepplewhite). They lived at Patrick Street , The Junction, Newcastle in New South Wales.

He was a Dredgemaster on the Hunter River after construction work on the Hawkesbury River Bridge .

He enjoyed games of Dominoes and cards (Cribbage and Euchre) and was a keen fisherman.

He died in 1932 at Patrick Street, The Junction and was buried in Sandgate Anglican Cemetery,Newcastle.

Register of Births at Swansea in Wales for Walter Elias Chegwiddens Birth certificate (1868)

Need to find out what ship he came to Australia on ? Newcastle or Sydney.

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Burial: Sandgate Church Of England Cemetery

Education: Champion Tenor Of Wales 1881, 16 yo

Occupation: Dredge Master Hunter River NSW And Hawkesbury Bridge Const

Record Change: 17 July 2000

Religion: Church Of England

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Children of WALTER CHEGWIDDEN and JANE SAULT are:

27. i. EVA12 CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1891, NSW REG NO. 1891/24672; d. 1992, 101yo, Garden Suburbs nursing Home.

28. ii. LILLIAN (LILLY M) CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1893, NSW Reg No. 1893/25391; d. 1986, Islington Fleming St, Newcastle Australia.

29. iii. WALTER THOMAS CHEGWIDDEN JP, b. 11 April 1895, Buchanan Street, Bar Beach, Newcastle; d. August 1970, Buchanan Street Bar Beach Newcastle.

30. iv. HAZEL CHEGWIDDEN, b. 1914.

Continued in wifes notes

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Marriage: Cornwall, England.

Marriage Notes for John Chygwyn and Unknown:

48. MAREE14 HOWARD (FLORENCE13 CHEGWIDDEN, WALTER THOMAS12 CHEGWIDDEN JP, WALTER ELIAS11 CHEGWIDDEN, CONSTANTINE10, THOMAS9, JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) She married GARY GILDAY.

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Occupation: Policeman

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Children of MAREE HOWARD and GARY GILDAY are:

i. BRETT15 GILDAY.

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51. ii. CRAIG GILDAY.

49. KENNETH14 CHEGWIDDEN (WALTER THOMAS13 CHEGWIDDEN JP, WALTER THOMAS12, WALTER ELIAS11 CHEGWIDDEN, CONSTANTINE10, THOMAS9, JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) He married ELIZABETH HEEPS, daughter of JACK HEEPS and JOAN VIGGERS.

Notes for KENNETH CHEGWIDDEN:

Living Individual, details withheld

Notes for ELIZABETH HEEPS:

Living Individual, details withheld

Children of KENNETH CHEGWIDDEN and ELIZABETH HEEPS are:

i. JOANNE LEE15 CHEGWIDDEN.

Notes for JOANNE LEE CHEGWIDDEN:

Living Individual, details withheld

ii. HEIDI ANNE CHEGWIDDEN.

Notes for HEIDI ANNE CHEGWIDDEN:

Living Individual, details withheld

iii. VANESSA RUTH CHEGWIDDEN.

Notes for VANESSA RUTH CHEGWIDDEN:

Living Individual, details withheld

iv. SUZANNE JANE CHEGWIDDEN.

Notes for SUZANNE JANE CHEGWIDDEN:

Living Individual, details withheld

v. TIMOTHY JAMES CHEGWIDDEN.

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Living Individual, details withheld

50. LEONIE14 CHEGWIDDEN (WALTER THOMAS13 CHEGWIDDEN JP, WALTER THOMAS12, WALTER ELIAS11 CHEGWIDDEN, CONSTANTINE10, THOMAS9, JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1) She married MICHAEL LEECH.

Notes for LEONIE CHEGWIDDEN:

Living Individual, details withheld

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Children of LEONIE CHEGWIDDEN and MICHAEL LEECH are:

i. AARON15 LEECH.

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ii. DARYL LEECH.

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Generation No. 15

51. CRAIG15 GILDAY (MAREE14 HOWARD, FLORENCE13 CHEGWIDDEN, WALTER THOMAS12 CHEGWIDDEN JP, WALTER ELIAS11 CHEGWIDDEN, CONSTANTINE10, THOMAS9, JOHN8 CHEGWIDDEN/ CHEQWINE, JOHN7 CHEGWYEN, THOMAS6 CHEGWIDDEN, THOMAS5 CHIGWYN, RICHARD4 CHIGWIN, THOMAS3 CHYGWIN, RICHARD *JOHN OF CHYGWYN2 CHYGWYN, JOHN1)

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Child of CRAIG GILDAY is:

i. TAYLAH16 GILDAY.

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Endnotes

1. TITLE.

Ken Chegwidden [ken_grace@one.net.au]

Children of John Chygwyn and Unknown are:

+John Chygwyn, b., Cornwall, England, d. date unknown, Cornwall, England. 
CHYGWYN, John (I599)
 
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FreeBMD has these -

Marriage - Joseph Atkin with a Frances Cordelia Crick on the same page, December quarter 1873, Bedford registration district.

Death registration - Frances Cordelia Atkin, December quarter 1890, Kingston (Surrey) registration district.

1891

RG12/438 folio 17 page 28

88 Leathwaite Road, Battersea

George C Crick, head, mar, 34, Bedfordshire Ampthill

Emily E, wife, 27, Bedfordshire LLuton

Joseph Atkin, visitor, widr, living on own means, Spilsby

Half-brother.

Frances' mum, who was Sophia Cordelia Relf/Rolfe Campny before she married in June quarter 1847 in Cranbrook (Kent) registration district) died in December quarter 1850 Ampthill registration district.

Frances' father, Francis, then married Harriet Denyer in June quarter 1852, Luton registration district.

Finding 'the goodies' is simply a case of working through the census, coupled with the use of FreeBMD. 
CRICK, George C. (I1037)
 
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Further on this lineage, I looked for a marriage between a William BARNFATHER and Elizabeth ? - couldn't find one in Hagworthingham pre 1746. I looked at the marriage index and again couldn't find one in the Bolingbroke Deanery of which Hagworthingham is part. I looked in the neighbouring Deanery of Calcewaith & Candleshoe marriage index (part of which includes Burgh le Marsh and Orby) and found a William BARNFATHER marrying an Elizabeth DENNIS in 1745 in Well, Lincolnshire. These indices only give the year. I looked at the Well marriage register and found them marrying on the 21st Oct 1745. I took a copy.

Thinking that Elizabeth DENNIS would be born circa 1725 I looked at the Well baptisms but could not find her there. I also looked at the Hagworthingham baptisms and found Elizabeth, daughter of William DINNIS (sic) baptised on 03 Sept 1724. I took a copy.

Further research into this family gave me that Elizabeth was the daughter of a William and Elizabeth DENNIS (DINNIS). Some of the entries gave the indication that the mother's maiden name was ELSEY. The children baptised to this couple in Hagworthingham were:

Elizabeth bap: 03 Sep 1724

William bap: 11 Aug 1726

Mary bap: 05 Dec 1728

Ann bap: 20 Oct 1733

I looked at the marriage index for Bolingbroke and Calcewaith & Candleshoe Deaneries but no marriage between a William DENNIS and Elizabeth ELSEY. I looked further at another neighbouring Deanery to Bolingbroke and noted in the Horncastle Deanery that a William DENNIS married an Elizabeth ELSEY in 1723 in Low Toynton.

Turning the Low Toynton parish register marriages, I looked for this marriage. This page of the register was so badly damaged that it was unreadable. I looked at the IGI and found that they were married on the 11 June 1723 Low Toynton. No documental evidence to offer you on this unfortunately. The IGI must have gleaned this information from the Bishop's Transcripts or someone with better eyesight than me managed to read the parish register.
 
DENNIS, Elizabeth (I204)
 
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Further on this lineage, I looked for a marriage between a William BARNFATHER and Elizabeth ? - couldn't find one in Hagworthingham pre 1746. I looked at the marriage index and again couldn't find one in the Bolingbroke Deanery of which Hagworthingham is part. I looked in the neighbouring Deanery of Calcewaith & Candleshoe marriage index (part of which includes Burgh le Marsh and Orby) and found a William BARNFATHER marrying an Elizabeth DENNIS in 1745 in Well, Lincolnshire. These indices only give the year. I looked at the Well marriage register and found them marrying on the 21st Oct 1745. I took a copy.

Thinking that EliFurther on this lineage, I looked for a marriage between a William BARNFATHER and Elizabeth ? - couldn't find one in Hagworthingham pre 1746. I looked at the marriage index and again couldn't find one in the Bolingbroke Deanery of which Hagworthingham is part. I looked in the neighbouring Deanery of Calcewaith & Candleshoe marriage index (part of which includes Burgh le Marsh and Orby) and found a William BARNFATHER marrying an Elizabeth DENNIS in 1745 in Well, Lincolnshire. These indices only give the year. I looked at the Well marriage register and found them marrying on the 21st Oct 1745. I took a copy.

Thinking that Elizabeth DENNIS would be born circa 1725 I looked at the Well baptisms but could not find her there. I also looked at the Hagworthingham baptisms and found Elizabeth, daughter of William DINNIS (sic) baptised on 03 Sept 1724. I took a copy.

Further research into this family gave me that Elizabeth was the daughter of a William and Elizabeth DENNIS (DINNIS). Some of the entries gave the indication that the mother's maiden name was ELSEY. The children baptised to this couple in Hagworthingham were:

Elizabeth bap: 03 Sep 1724

William bap: 11 Aug 1726

Mary bap: 05 Dec 1728

Ann bap: 20 Oct 1733

I looked at the marriage index for Bolingbroke and Calcewaith & Candleshoe Deaneries but no marriage between a William DENNIS and Elizabeth ELSEY. I looked further at another neighbouring Deanery to Bolingbroke and noted in the Horncastle Deanery that a William DENNIS married an Elizabeth ELSEY in 1723 in Low Toynton.

Turning the Low Toynton parish register marriages, I looked for this marriage. This page of the register was so badly damaged that it was unreadable. I looked at the IGI and found that they were married on the 11 June 1723 Low Toynton. No documental evidence to offer you on this unfortunately. The IGI must have gleaned this information from the Bishop's Transcripts or someone with better eyesight than me managed to read the parish register.
zabeth DENNIS would be born circa 1725 I looked at the Well baptisms but could not find her there. I also looked at the Hagworthingham baptisms and found Elizabeth, daughter of William DINNIS (sic) baptised on 03 Sept 1724. I took a copy.

Further research into this family gave me that Elizabeth was the daughter of a William and Elizabeth DENNIS (DINNIS). Some of the entries gave the indication that the mother's maiden name was ELSEY. The children baptised to this couple in Hagworthingham were:

Elizabeth bap: 03 Sep 1724
William bap: 11 Aug 1726
Mary bap: 05 Dec 1728
Ann bap: 20 Oct 1733

I looked at the marriage index for Bolingbroke and Calcewaith & Candleshoe Deaneries but no marriage between a William DENNIS and Elizabeth ELSEY. I looked further at another neighbouring Deanery to Bolingbroke and noted in the Horncastle Deanery that a William DENNIS married an Elizabeth ELSEY in 1723 in Low Toynton.

Turning the Low Toynton parish register marriages, I looked for this marriage. This page of the register was so badly damaged that it was unreadable. I looked at the IGI and found that they were married on the 11 June 1723 Low Toynton. No documental evidence to offer you on this unfortunately. The IGI must have gleaned this information from the Bishop's Transcripts or someone with better eyesight than me managed to read the parish register. 
DENNIS, William (I205)
 
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DEWEY, Carol Lee (I827)
 
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Further on this lineage, I looked for a marriage between a William BARNFATHER and Elizabeth ? - couldn't find one in Hagworthingham pre 1746. I looked at the marriage index and again couldn't find one in the Bolingbroke Deanery of which Hagworthingham is part. I looked in the neighbouring Deanery of Calcewaith & Candleshoe marriage index (part of which includes Burgh le Marsh and Orby) and found a William BARNFATHER marrying an Elizabeth DENNIS in 1745 in Well, Lincolnshire. These indices only give the year. I looked at the Well marriage register and found them marrying on the 21st Oct 1745. I took a copy.

Thinking that Elizabeth DENNIS would be born circa 1725 I looked at the Well baptisms but could not find her there. I also looked at the Hagworthingham baptisms and found Elizabeth, daughter of William DINNIS (sic) baptised on 03 Sept 1724. I took a copy.

Further research into this family gave me that Elizabeth was the daughter of a William and Elizabeth DENNIS (DINNIS). Some of the entries gave the indication that the mother's maiden name was ELSEY. The children baptised to this couple in Hagworthingham were:

Elizabeth bap: 03 Sep 1724

William bap: 11 Aug 1726

Mary bap: 05 Dec 1728

Ann bap: 20 Oct 1733

I looked at the marriage index for Bolingbroke and Calcewaith & Candleshoe Deaneries but no marriage between a William DENNIS and Elizabeth ELSEY. I looked further at another neighbouring Deanery to Bolingbroke and noted in the Horncastle Deanery that a William DENNIS married an Elizabeth ELSEY in 1723 in Low Toynton.

Turning the Low Toynton parish register marriages, I looked for this marriage. This page of the register was so badly damaged that it was unreadable. I looked at the IGI and found that they were married on the 11 June 1723 Low Toynton. No documental evidence to offer you on this unfortunately. The IGI must have gleaned this information from the Bishop's Transcripts or someone with better eyesight than me managed to read the parish register.
 
ELSEY, John (I269)
 
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Christened 15 dec 1566 
ELSEY, William (I1143)
 
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Descendants of the 1st Earl of Stirling

rdbpop10added this on 11 Oct 2009 RobertKenningtonoriginally submitted this to Robert of Fairfax County on 25 Sep 2008

pg 102 VIRGINIA HERALDICA

ALEXANDER, Stafford county.

Arms: Per pale argent and sable a chevron, and in base a crescent all counterchanged.

Crest: A bear sejant erect ppr.

Motto: Per mare per terras [ means "by sea and land" ]

According to the tradition in the family, which, however, has not been proven by documentary evidence, John Alexander, the first of the name in Virginia, was the fourth son of William Alexander, the Poet, and first Earl of Stirling, born 1580, died 1640, and married Janet Erskin, daughter of Sir William Erskine. John Alexander obtained a grant of 1,500 acres in Northampton county in 1659. In 1664 as John Alexander, Sr., he patented land in Westmoreland county. He died in 1677 and had issue, John, Robert and Phillip. Robert Alexander, eldest son and heir at time of his father's decease, lived in Stafford county. He married Frances __________. He died before 1 June 1704. He had sons, Robert, born 1688, died 1735, married Ann, daughter of Col. Gerard Fowke of Maryland, and who left issue, and Charles Alexander, who d.s.p. [Decessit Sine Prole is Latin for "Died Without Issue".]

Other sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Alexander,_Earl_of_Stirling

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Description The Alexander family claim to be descendants of the 1st Earl of Stirling.

Date

Location Stirling, Scotland

Attached to Anguish Alexander (1690 - 1743)

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Register Report for William Elsey

Generation 1

1. William Elsey-1 was born about 1541 in Of, Sempringham, Lincoln, England. Sex: Male.

Margaret Griffin. Sex: Female.

William Elsey and Margaret Griffin were married on 10 Jun 1566 in Sempringham, Lincoln, England.

They had the following children:

2. i. William Elsey was born about 1566 in [Rippingale] Lincolnshire.

Generation 2

2. William Elsey-2 (William-1) was born about 1566 in [Rippingale] Lincolnshire. He was christened on

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William Elsey and [Unknown] married. They had the following children:

i. William Elsye was born about 1591. He was christened on 05 Aug 1591 in Rippingale,

Lincoln, England. Sex: Male.
 
ELSEY, William (I1140)
 
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John T. Frary, former Craig resident, died on Wednesday, February 24, 2010, in Greeley, CO. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 2:00 p.m. Friday, March 5, 2010, at St. Michael Catholic Church in Craig. Memorial services will be on Saturday, March 6, 2010, at 10:00 a.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Dixon, WY. Memorial donations may be made to St. Michael Catholic Church, The Moffat County Humane Society, Gideons International or National Jewish Hospital all in care of Grant Mortuary. 
FRARY, John Taylor Jr. (I327)
 
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Listed on 1841 census as wife or possible 2nd wife. 
GEORGE, Elezebeth (I676)
 
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Mentioned in Jonithan's will as preceeding Jane, with no mention of Martha. 
GILLAM, Benjamin Jonson (I779)
 
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Jonathan Gillam is listed as a PVT in D.A.R. Patriot Index, 1966. Please note in "DAR Library Catalog, Vol. 1, 'Family Histories & Genealogy, 1982' " the following entry: 04996 GILLAM - Crider, Edward C. Genealogy of the Jonathan Gillam Family 1938 190p. 20cm x 27cm typescript Much information for Jonathan Gillam, his wives, and his sons, daughters, and their following generations was taken from the above booklet as provided from the library of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington DC. They are hereby given credit for all information about Jonathan Gillam, his wives, and his descendents. The above cited Genealolgy by Edward Crider lists the Revolutionary War pension claim of Jonathan Gillam. His pension claim number was S-16824. His record has been used by, and may be used by, appropriate descendents for membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution. Following is from an article in "Persimmon Hill" (Cowboy Hall of Fame Magazine, Vol. 6, August 1976). The article is titled: "Jonathan Gillam and The White Man's Burden," by C.L. Sonnichsen (who in 1990 lived in Tucson Arizona, and who after 1972 was editor of 'Journal of Arizona History' and the director of publications for the Arizona Historical Society.) Jonathan Gillam was the great-great-great grandfather of C.L. (Charles Leyland) Sonnichsen. WFT's Social Security records disc shows that a C. Sonnichsen was born 20 Sep 1901; and he died 29 Jun 1991 in Tucson AZ. His obituary is in several books listing writers, and he was a quite famous writer, primarily about the American West and Indians. A portion of this article quotes from a story told by Jonathan Gillam: "I was born in Lancaster County in Pennsylvania, was bound out by my father when four years old to one David Reed. When fifteen, my neighbors gave me a pair of shoes which were the first I ever had. Having no learning, I was told that when these circumstances happened, I was of the age above stated. My Master Reed moved from Lancaster over the mountains and settled on Col. Washington's land about three years before the Revolutionary War. From all the information I possess of my birth it was in the year 1753 as I believe myself to be now 79....." "The Family of Jonathan Gillam Genealogy," (which correspondence from Adelene Gillam Smith states was provided by Mrs. Donald Wilfred Weaver of Forrest, Ohio) says: "...it is thought that he (Jonathan) had 3 brothers, John, James and Thomas." Top of Form 1 Re: Jonathan Gillam 1753 Pennsylvania Posted by: Harold J. Martin Date: August 10, 1999 at 06:44:34 In Reply to: Re: Jonathan Gillam 1753 Pennsylvania by Pam Gillam of 587 Bottom of Form 1 Pam, Based on my research I have found several interesting bits of information. There was a genealogist named Edward C. Crider, who wrote up the Gillam family for the Indiana Genealogical Society. I believe they have copies of that write up. I show Peter Gillam in Jay County, Jackson Township for the 1850 census. I believe your Mary Carwile and Mary Garville are the same person. My research, so far, shows Jonathan, the son, was born in 1791, and his mother was by the first wife, I believe to be Sarah Vardaman. The Pennsylvania IGI record (Mar 1992, page 14,890) shows Jonothan and Sarah Vardaman, getting married in 1783 at the New Hanover Lutheran Church in Lancaster. Based on Ed Crider?s work and my hypothesis: Sarah?s date of death, and the movements of Jonathan and family are as follows: Shortly after their marriage, Jonothan and Sarah returned to Redstone Settlement, Fayette County, PA. Between 1783-1785, I believe they moved to Kentucky. Around 1803 they moved to Indiana, I have him on the voter roll of Dearborn Co., IN in 1807. He supposedly moved to Franklin County, but I believe he became a resident of Franklin County when that county was formed out of the large Dearborn County. In 1813 he got 160 acres located 2 miles West of Alpine, Fayette County, IN., where he eventually died and was buried. Let me know if I can be of any help I am looking for proof that Jonathan and his first wife (Sarah) had a daughter as a first child named Sarah Sally Gillam. * note by Debbie Horrocks "Sally" is the common form of "Sarah" Therefore the name is likely to be "Sarah" ( not "Sarah Sally") with "Sally" being her nickname.

Sources S262 One World Tree (sm), Ancestry.com, (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., n.d.), Online publication - Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc. 
GILLAM, Jonathan J (I696)
 
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Name on his will spelled Jonithan Gilham. All children and wife's name spelled Gilham. However, Jonithan could only sign with an X which presumably showed he was illiterate. 
GILLAM, Jonathan J (I696)
 
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Headstone in Poplar Grove Cemetery reads "Lettice Gillam, dau of Rev. Soldier Jonathan Gillam, erected by Schuyler Colfax Chapter, DAR" 
GILLAM, Lettice (Lettie,Lettes) (I744)
 
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Joyceln:Butson line From: jgraham@paradise.net.nz Category: General Question/Comment Date: 25 Nov 2001 Time: 02:47:24 Remote Name: 203.79.76.133

Comments I have been searching for Butson's in other parts of the world that descended from around the Cubert/ Crantock/ St Agnes area of Cornwall. I have not been able to trace any descendents from these lines so far. Some of the families that the females married into are Stephens and Tregea. I have been told that some of these went to America in about the 1800's or so. My mother was Mary Elizabeth Butson born in NZ, her father was Richard Butson & mother Henrietta Townsend. Grandparents were William Butson & Mary Chegwidden, GtGrandparents were Solomon Butson & Elizabeth Mitchell, GtGtGrandparents were Solomon Butson & Jane Chenoweth. I would like to trace the families of the siblings of her Gt Grandparents & Gt GT Grandparents.It would be great to find relatives of these lines where ever they are in the world.

Jocelyn: In answer to your query, I looked up the Chegwidden line and found references to the Stephens line but also to variations on the Chegwidden name e.g. Cheqwine, Chigwyn, and CHEGWYEN. Maybe you will be able to follow one of these variations with more success on the Chegwidden side.

The results of my lookup are below.

David

1. Mary CHEGWIDDEN was born 20 APR 1839 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 26 JUL 1931 in New Zealand. She was the daughter of 2. Richard CHEGWIDDEN and 3. Mary JENKIN. She married William BUTSON 2 JAN 1862 in Crantock, Cornwall.

2. Richard CHEGWIDDEN was born 7 AUG 1808 in Halwyn, Crantock, Cornwall, and died 28 DEC 1900. He was buried 1 JAN 1901. He was the son of 4. Walter CHEGWIDDEN and 5. Jane STEPHENS.

3. Mary JENKIN. She was buried 24 DEC 1886. She was the daughter of 6. John JENKIN and 7. Elizabeth SYMONS.

Children of Mary JENKIN and Richard CHEGWIDDEN are: i. John Jenkin CHEGWIDDEN was born 1 APR 1838 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 15 MAR 1922. He married Caroline ANDREW 15 MAY 1864 in Illogan, Redruff, Cornwall. 1. ii. Mary CHEGWIDDEN was born 20 APR 1839 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 26 JUL 1931 in New Zealand. She married William BUTSON 2 JAN 1862 in Crantock, Cornwall. iii. William CHEGWIDDEN was born 20 AUG 1842 in Crantock, Cornwall. He married Emma Jane CLEMENTS 2 JUN 1870. iv. Elizabeth Symons was born 25 DEC 1844 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 24 MAY 1863. v. Frederick CHEGWIDDEN was born 1 JUN 1846 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 16 JUN 1927. He married Agnes Cotton STEPHENS 30 MAY 1875 in Crantock, Cornwall, daughter of James Cotton STEPHENS and Ann COWLIN. She was born 25 AUG 1845 in Newlyn, Cornwall, and died 4 FEB 1927. vi. Samuel CHEGWIDDEN was born 7 JUL 1848 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 21 MAY 1935. He married Mary MORCON 12 OCT 1881 in Crantock, Cornwall. vii. Alfred CHEGWIDDEN was born 2 SEP 1850 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 20 JUL 1933. He married Fanny TAMBLYN 7 JUL 1877 in Newlyn, Cornwall, daughter of John TAMBLYN and Elizabeth. She was born 6 MAY 1853 in Summercourt, Cornwall, and died 26 OCT 1881. He married Dee LAMPSHIRE 2 JAN 1884 in Truro, Cornwall, daughter of Henry LAMPSHIRE and Elizabeth BICE. She was born 3 NOV 1853 in Truro, Cornwall, and died 2 JUL 1936. viii. Walter CHEGWIDDEN was born 5 OCT 1855 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 4 JUL 1928. He married Ellen HARRIS 19 SEP 1891 in Crantock, Cornwall. ix. Nanny Jenkin CHEGWIDDEN was born 16 OCT 1861 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 16 NOV 1922. She married Richard BROKENSHANK 28 NOV 1891 in Crantock, Cornwall.

4. Walter CHEGWIDDEN was born 23 JAN 1774, and died 31 OCT 1854. He was buried 3 NOV 1854. He was the son of 8. John CHEGWIDDEN Cheqwine and 9. Ann SYMONS.

5. Jane STEPHENS died 18 NOV 1849. She was buried 21 NOV 1849. She was the daughter of 10. John STEPHENS and 11. Jane.

Children of Jane STEPHENS and Walter CHEGWIDDEN are: i. Mary CHEGWIDDEN was born 25 NOV 1800 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 28 JUL 1824. ii. Jane CHEGWIDDEN was born 12 JUN 1803 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 15 JAN 1804. iii. John Stephens CHEGWIDDEN was born 21 NOV 1805 in Crantock, Cornwall. 2. iv. Richard CHEGWIDDEN was born 7 AUG 1808 in Halwyn, Crantock, Cornwall, and died 28 DEC 1900. He married Mary JENKIN 23 DEC 1837 in Crantock, Cornwall, daughter of John JENKIN and Elizabeth SYMONS. v. John CHEGWIDDEN was born 1811. vi. Walter CHEGWIDDEN was born 27 FEB 1812 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 28 AUG 1859. He married Mary BROWN 28 JUN 1838 in St. Clements Truro Cornwall. vii. Jane CHEGWIDDEN was born 1 JAN 1814 in Crantock, Cornwall, and died 10 JUN 1871. viii. Ann CHEGWIDDEN was born 18 JUL 1817 in Crantock, Cornwall. ix. William CHEGWIDDEN was born 21 JAN 1821 in Crantock , Cornwall, and died 20 SEP 1913. He married Nanny MITCHELL 4 DEC 1852.

6. John JENKIN was born 1789, and died 7 MAY 1837.

7. Elizabeth SYMONS was born 1790, and died 6 SEP 1844.

Children of Elizabeth SYMONS and John JENKIN are:3. i. Mary JENKIN. She married Richard CHEGWIDDEN 23 DEC 1837 in Crantock, Cornwall, son of Walter CHEGWIDDEN and Jane STEPHENS. He was born 7 AUG 1808 in Halwyn, Crantock, Cornwall, and died 28 DEC 1900. ii. Elizabeth JENKIN was born 7 FEB 1819. iii. William JENKIN was born 27 DEC 1821, and died 10 APR 1902. He married Jane. iv. John Symons JENKIN was born 1824, and died 3 MAY 1835. v. Thomas JENKIN was born 6 NOV 1825. vi. Sophia JENKIN was born 12 OCT 1828. vii. Ann JENKIN was born 4 SEP 1831.

8. John CHEGWIDDEN Cheqwine was born 6 MAR 1747 in Kenwyn, and died 1828. He was buried 7 APR 1828 in Cubert, Cornwall. He was the son of 16. John CHEGWYEN and 17. Mary ROUSE.

9. Ann SYMONS was born ABT 1751 in Cornwall, and died 1837 in Tubiscan, Cornwall (86). She was buried 28 DEC 1837 in Cubert Cornwall. She was the daughter of 18. and 19. .

Children of Ann SYMONS and John CHEGWIDDEN Cheqwine are: i. Thomas CHEGWIDDEN was born 29 MAR 1784 in Cubert, and died 1867 in Crantock. He married Ann Chenoweth CHYNOWETH 23 JAN 1813 in Crantock, Cornwall, England Batch7300017 Sht34, daughter of John CHYNOWETH and Elizabeth. She was born 24 OCT 1779 in Saint Agnes Near Truro Cornwall England, and died 1873 in Crantock. ii. Elizabeth (Betty) CHEGWIDDEN was born 1779 in Cubert Cornwall. She married Edward RILSTONE 13 MAR 1802 in Cubert, Cornwall. iii. Jennefer CHEGWIDDEN was born 1777 in Cubert Cornwall. She married Thomas RILSTONE 12 OCT 1802 in Cubert, Cornwall. 4. iv. Walter CHEGWIDDEN was born 23 JAN 1774, and died 31 OCT 1854. He married Jane STEPHENS 16 MAR 1800 in Crantock, Cornwall, daughter of John STEPHENS and Jane. She died 18 NOV 1849. v. John CHEGWIDDEN was born 1781 in Cubert Cornwall. He married Elizabeth. vi. Richard CHEGWIDDEN was born 1789 in Cubert Cornwall. He married Mary WEBBER 15 JUL 1836 in Cubert, Cornwall. vii. William CHEGWIDDEN was born 1795 in Cubert Cornwall. viii. Mary CHEGWIDDEN was born 1786 in Cubert Cornwall. She married George BROWN 1811. ix. Ann CHEGWIDDEN was born 1788 in Cubert Cornwall. She married George GEORGE 19 MAY 1810 in Cubert, Cornwall. x. Margaret (Peggy) CHEGWIDDEN was born 1795 in Cubert Cornwall. She married Thomas PHILLIPS 8 MAY 1813. xi. Jemima CHEGWIDDEN was born 1798. She married John OLIVER 15 MAR 1823.

10. John STEPHENS.

11. Jane.

Child of Jane and John STEPHENS is:5. i. Jane STEPHENS died 18 NOV 1849. She married Walter CHEGWIDDEN 16 MAR 1800 in Crantock, Cornwall, son of John CHEGWIDDEN Cheqwine and Ann SYMONS. He was born 23 JAN 1774, and died 31 OCT 1854.

16. John CHEGWYEN was born 9 NOV 1713 in Kenwyn Cornwall England, and died 1757. He was buried 10 MAY 1757 in Kea, Cornwall. He was the son of 32. Thomas CHEGWIDDEN and 33. Elizabeth TRESTRAYLE.

17. Mary ROUSE was born in Cornwall, and died 1797. She was buried 30 APR 1797 in Cubert, Cornwall. She was the daughter of 34. John GILLARD and 35. Charity.

Children of Mary ROUSE and John CHEGWYEN are:8. i. John CHEGWIDDEN Cheqwine was born 6 MAR 1747 in Kenwyn, and died 1828. He married Ann SYMONS 19 APR 1772 in Cubert Cornwall, daughter of and . She was born ABT 1751 in Cornwall, and died 1837 in Tubiscan, Cornwall (86). ii. Ginifer (Jennifer) CHEGWIDDEN was born 1736 in Kenwyn. iii. Walter CHEGWIDDEN was born 1750 in Kenwyn. iv. Richard CHEGWIDDEN was born 1748 in Kenwyn. v. Mary CHEGWIDDEN was born 1739 in Redruth, Cornwall. vi. Mary CHEGWIDDEN was born 1741 in Redruth, Cornwall. vii. Betty CHEGWIDDEN was born 1744/1745 in Kenwyn. viii. Hannah CHEGWIDDEN was born 1734 in Kenwyn. 18. .

19. .

Child of 9. i. Ann SYMONS was born ABT 1751 in Cornwall, and died 1837 in Tubiscan, Cornwall (86). She married John CHEGWIDDEN Cheqwine 19 APR 1772 in Cubert Cornwall, son of John CHEGWYEN and Mary ROUSE. He was born 6 MAR 1747 in Kenwyn, and died 1828.

32. Thomas CHEGWIDDEN was born 1688/1689 in Kenwyn Cornwall England, and died 1778 in Kenwyn. He was buried 7 AUG 1778 in Kenwyn Cornwall. He was the son of 64. Thomas CHIGWYN and 65. Elizabeth.

33. Elizabeth TRESTRAYLE died 1778. She was buried 30 JUN 1778 in Kenwyn, Cornwall.

Children of Elizabeth TRESTRAYLE and Thomas CHEGWIDDEN are:16. i. John CHEGWYEN was born 9 NOV 1713 in Kenwyn Cornwall England, and died 1757. He married Mary ROUSE 26 FEB 1732/1733 in Kea, Cornwall, daughter of John GILLARD and Charity. She was born in Cornwall, and died 1797. ii. Thomas CHEGWYEN was born 1715. iii. Mary CHEGWYEN was born 1721. iv. Richard CHEGWYEN was born 1717/1718. v. Elizabeth CHEGWYEN was born 1723/1724. vi. Joan CHEGWYEN was born 1725/1726. vii. Hannah CHEGWYEN was born 1727/1728. viii. Walter CHEGWYEN was born 1730/1731. ix. John CHEGWYEN was born 6 MAR 1747/1748 in Kenwyn.

34. John GILLARD was born 1689 in Wendron Cornwall England.

35. Charity was born 1693 in Wendron Cornwall.

Child of Charity and John GILLARD is:17. i. Mary ROUSE was born in Cornwall, and died 1797. She married John CHEGWYEN 26 FEB 1732/1733 in Kea, Cornwall, son of Thomas CHEGWIDDEN and Elizabeth TRESTRAYLE. He was born 9 NOV 1713 in Kenwyn Cornwall England, and died 1757. 
GILLIARD, John (I605)
 
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I then went on the trail of the GRIME family. I noted from the IGI that a Mary GRIME was baptised on 29th April 1778 in Candlesby which is just along the road from Burgh where she married in 1803. This baptism would have made Mary 25 years old when she married William JACKSON. The IGI also gave a John GRIME baptised on 25th March 1781 - I checked this and noted that this John GRIME was the son of a Thomas and Frances GRIME and not a John & Mary GRIME. Yet again proof that the IGI is not always correct!!!!

I checked the Candlesby parish registers of baptisms, marriages and deaths noting the following between the years 1753 to 1810 :

Sarah GRIME buried December ?? 1774 (after 4th Dec)

Mary, d/o Thomas GRIME buried ???? 23rd, 1778 (after September 1778)

Susanna GRIME, d/o John & Mary, his wife, buried 16th June 1779

John GRIME, s/o Thomas & Frances, his wife, baptised 25 March 1781.

I then searched the Candlesby monumental inscriptions to see if there were any GRIME entries - alas none found.

The parish register marriages for Candlesby between the years 1755-1779 did not give any GRIME marriages. Unfortunately these registers had been very badly damaged by damp and in some places unreadable.

Towards the end of my time at the Archives I looked through the Settlement Certificates for Hagworthingham (at the time looking for the JEFFERIES family) and found :

Hagworthingham Parish 13/8/1-59 Settlement Certificates - Entry 25

"Thomas GRIME, his wife and family, legally settled in the Parish of Candlebey (sic) 20 October 1735".

Turning my attention to the JACKSON/GRIME lineage, I looked at the National Burial Index to try and find a William JACKSON and Mary JACKSON (nee GRIME). We know they were married in 1803 Burgh le Marsh and Mary Ann JACKSON (who married Martin ATKIN) was born in Mavis Enderby 1804. I searched the Mavis Enderby parish register baptisms between 1804 and 1811 - but no other siblings were baptised there. Looking at the NBI for the demise of William and Mary JACKSON, it came up with :

William JACKSON buried: 02 June 1844 age 67 St. Botolphs, Boston

Mary JACKSON buried: 16 Dec 1866 age 84 " "

William JACKSON buried: 21 Sep 1851 age 76 Thurlby by Bourne, St.Firmin

Mary JACKSON buried: 21 Mar 1860 age 80 " "

William JACKSON buried: 14 Mar 1847 age 70 Harlaxton, St.Mary & St.Peter

Mary JACKSON buried: 05 Jun 1839 age 61 " " "

Mary JACKSON buried: 13 Oct 1843 age 60 " " "

William JACKSON buried: 12 Nov 1848 age 69 Anwick, St. Edith

Mary JACKSON buried: 19 Oct 1877 age 98 " "

All these JACKSONs were of a feasible age to be "our" JACKSONs. Of course there is the theory that it is not necessary the case that they both were buried in the same parish. One could have died elsewhere and the other moved on! I looked at the monumental inscriptions for these towns, hoping to find an MI that gave some clues - unfortunately none came up with conclusive evidence. The only possible indication I could find was that the Mary who was buried 05 June 1839 aged 61, Harlaxton, had a husband "William". The NBI gives the entries alphabetically so you cannot tell the names of the spouses - it only gives date of burial, age and parish buried.

Looking at the parish register burials for Harlaxton, I noted that William JACKSONs abode at time of death was Greetham, Rutlandshire. Now whether this is "our" Wm. JACKSON I cannot tell. They seem to have travelled around quite a lot.

None of the above JACKSON burials are in towns which are anywhere near Burgh le Marsh or Mavis Enderby! I also checked the Wills index to see if any of the above JACKSONs made a Will which would have given us some clues - alas none of them left a Will. The only course of action I can see now is to check the census for each of the above. The only problem with this course of action is that the ones who died pre 1851 would not give us much information. The 1841 census would only tell us that they were born in Lincolnshire. It was not until the 1851 census that birthplaces were given and then not all in some cases.

So this course of action would prove to be an elimination exercise:

Mary JACKSON buried in Boston would be on the 1861 census.

Mary JACKSON buried in Thurlby would be on the 1851 census.

Mary JACKSON buried in Anwick would be on the 1871 census.

None of the William JACKSONs would be on a census that would give us the information needed. Hopefully one of the Mary JACKSON entries would give us clues. I know it sounds a little "needle in the haystake" but without the help of a Will or anything of that ilk, I cannot see what else we can do!

Looking at a map of Lincolnshire I progressed to find some evidence of the GRIME family. I searched the Candlesby parish register baptisms and found a Mary GRIME baptised on 29 Apr 1778, daughter of John and Mary GRIME. Further baptisms were John GRIME baptised 15 March 1781 and also 22 March 1781, son of John and Mary GRIME. Why the double entry I cannot say. This baptism would "marry" up with the Mary JACKSON buried in Anwick and also Harlaxton.

I then searched the marriage indices for Lincolnshire hoping to find a marriage between John GRIME and Mary (?) but no luck between the years 1754 and 1813. They may have been nonformists or they may have come from outside Lincolnshire!

Looking at the NBI again I couldn't find a John and Mary GRIME buried in the same parish in the appropriate years - only one John GRIME buried on 12 Aug 1759 and Mary GRIME buried on 11 June 1814 in Althorpe, St. Oswald. This couple cannot be Mary's parents if she was born circa 1778! 
GRIME, Mary (I94)
 
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I then went on the trail of the GRIME family. I noted from the IGI that a Mary GRIME was baptised on 29th April 1778 in Candlesby which is just along the road from Burgh where she married in 1803. This baptism would have made Mary 25 years old when she married William JACKSON. The IGI also gave a John GRIME baptised on 25th March 1781 - I checked this and noted that this John GRIME was the son of a Thomas and Frances GRIME and not a John & Mary GRIME. Yet again proof that the IGI is not always correct!!!!

I checked the Candlesby parish registers of baptisms, marriages and deaths noting the following between the years 1753 to 1810 :

Sarah GRIME buried December ?? 1774 (after 4th Dec)
Mary, d/o Thomas GRIME buried ???? 23rd, 1778 (after September 1778)
Susanna GRIME, d/o John & Mary, his wife, buried 16th June 1779
John GRIME, s/o Thomas & Frances, his wife, baptised 25 March 1781.

I then searched the Candlesby monumental inscriptions to see if there were any GRIME entries - alas none found.

The parish register marriages for Candlesby between the years 1755-1779 did not give any GRIME marriages. Unfortunately these registers had been very badly damaged by damp and in some places unreadable.

Towards the end of my time at the Archives I looked through the Settlement Certificates for Hagworthingham (at the time looking for the JEFFERIES family) and found :

Hagworthingham Parish 13/8/1-59 Settlement Certificates - Entry 25
"Thomas GRIME, his wife and family, legally settled in the Parish of Candlebey (sic) 20 October 1735". 
GRIME, Thomas (I1008)
 
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John R. Waid died from same automotive accident as his wife, Anna Grey Alexander, probably the next day, on 1/16/25. John and Anna had moved 2 years ago from Muskogee, Oklahoma. John's son Charles M. Waid had just come from Lemon Grove, where he owned a ranch, on his way to Fresno. They had purchased the Vinea Apartments at 1333 Union St., San Diego, Ca. This information was from the front page and obituary in the San Diego Union paper of Friday morning 1/16/1925.

Dennis,

I was able to find an obituary for Anna Gray Waid in the San Diego Union on Jan. 20, 1925. I will transcribe the full text of that obituary below. There was also an article about the accident on the front page of the San Diego Union on Jan. 16, 1925, the headline reads "Auto Kills Aged San Diego Woman." I will not transcribe the full text of that article because it is too lengthy. If you are interested you can pay for a photocopy to be sent in the mail. If you are only interested in the info from the obituary then there is no need to request a photocopy. Please let me know if you want photocopies of the article about the accident and/or the obituary and I will give you the information on where to send your request. Our charges are $5.00 per date, $.20 per copy, and $3.00 mailing. So for 1 article it will be $8.20, for both it will be $13.40.

Sincerely,

Traci Wagnon

Newspaper Room

San Diego Union 1/20/25 p5

Waid - In this city, Jan. 15, 1925. Anna Gray Waid, beloved wife of John R. Waid, mother of Marshall Taylor of Sacramento, Mrs. John Puckett of Granite, Okla., Mrs. Janie Lewis of Denver, Colo.; stepmother of Charles M. Waid of Lemon Grove; a native of Kentucky, aged 66 years.

Friends are invited to attend funeral services at 1:00 pm today (Tuesday), Jan. 20, 1925, at the Smith, Goodbody & Dunn funeral home, Third and Ash Streets. Rev. Douglas T. Reed officiating. Interment in Greenwood Memorial Park.

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From Mary Haynes letter: Jesse Alexander (b.1720) (d.April 1803, Cross Keys, South Carolina) (m. 1747 Elizabeth Merritt (b.1720)(d.1800) 
ALEXANDER, Anna Gray (I13)
 
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4. s. Aadu (Ado) Grünwaldt. He must be an adopted son (although it was usually mentioned in the registers of parishioners) or changed his last name from Karu to Grünwaldt (it was done so if a person wanted to have a German sounding name). *30.12.1851 in Koorküla md. Confirmed 23.11.1869 in Helme congregation. In 1875 joined Evele congregation. -1879- worked as a hired hand [in Koorküla manor?].

This is probably the Uncle Otto Karu referred to by Great Uncle Hans Tivel as the person who owned a playhouse in Riga in the 1890's in which Shakespeare plays were performed and who Hans visited for a year or two.

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At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. 
GRUNWALDT, Aadu Ado (I428)
 
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Mother Ivey's Hex
Cclifford6added this on 29 Jul 2008

This weeks newspaper reports have made much of Prime Minister in waiting David Cameron unwittingly renting the house known as Fish Cellars cursed by Mother Ivey in the 16th century. I have been trying for 2 years after a visit to St Merryn to find the origin of the name Mother Ivey's Bay near Harlyn Bay Padstow Cornwall. The legend? differs slightly, some say the Hellyers were the family cursed and some say the Peters family were the cursed family and they sold to the Hellyers who still own the house and land. Whatever the truth as I read the story of the curse online and found the story concerned my ancesters the Iveys and the Hellyers a massive clap of thunder and forked lightening broke over the house on what had been a previously sunny day, I leave you to draw your own conclusions. The Iveys and the Hellyers are maternal ancesters of my grandfather Joseph Old Bate of Padstow and St Merryn. As the curse is thought to have been made about 1600, I have attached the legend to Stephen Ivey as he is the earliest Ivey ancester I have details for at this time.

Taken from a collaborative piece written by: Rosamund Derry, Luke Richards, Tom Sharpe and Christophe Philipps

Mother Ivey’s Curse

The story begins with the highly lucrative pilchard processing business of the Hellyer family of Harlyn Bay, close to Padstow. Pilchards were caught, salted and packed into barrels, then shipped to Italy. The starving villagers emplyed by the Hellyers were too poor to feed themselves with the fish they had risked their lives harvesting. For them, the motto carved into the granite lintel of the fish cellars - Dulcis Lucri Odor, meaning ‘Profit Smells Sweet’ - was cruelly ironic. To this day the house still bears this inscription, a grim reminder of their plight.

One fateful day in the sixteenth century, when nearby Padstow was an important fishing town, a large cargo of pilchards returned from Italy, unsold. Though past their best, the fish would have been a blessing for the starving villagers. Mother Ivey, a local white witch and healer, approached the Hellyers and requested that they be donated to ease the villagers’ suffering. Despite her pleas, the Hellyers denied the villagers the fish. The pilchards were ploughed into a field as fertilizer instead. Mother Ivey, in her wrath, cursed the field so that if ever its soil was broken, death would follow. The family however, continued to use the field until shortly after this, the Hellier’s eldest son was thrown from his horse and killed whilst riding in the field. Mother Ivey’s curse, it seemed, had claimed its first victim.

For fear of the curse striking again, the field remained fallow for centuries. Mother Ivey’s social justice was proven. As one source of food was denied from the villagers, so another was denied from the family responsible. The story may have turned to legend - very little has been written about the curse; it survives instead as a folktale passed from father to son of the Hellyer family - yet it resonates ominously to this day. Even now, the curse lives on.

During World War Two the Hellyers convinced the Agricultural Committee to leave the field fallow, despite the ‘dig for victory’ campaign. Despite the latter day Hellyers’ impassioned pleas though, the Home Guard, insisted on digging defensive trenches. Only a matter of days later, the owner’s eldest son met a grisly end. Mother Ivey’s curse had struck once more.

Ownership of the estate has since passed from the Hellyer family. The new owners, desperate to cleanse the land of the curse, enlisted the help of a local wise woman. Known as a ‘peller’, a word possibly derived from ‘expeller’, she recited incantations over a tin stuffed with fabric, and buried it in the field. Tragically, her efforts proved futile. In the 1970s a group of metal detector enthusiasts began digging in the field unaware of its deadly history. Within days, one of their number suffered a fatal heart attack As recently as ten years ago, despite fervent warnings a water company disturbed the soil to lay pipes. The following day, the foreman lay dead also. Mother Ivey’s curse has lost none of its power with the slow passing of time.

To this day the field remains fallow in the heart of the beautiful village of Harlyn, overlooking the sea. The farmhouse itself, an imposing grey-stone presence overlooking the bay has revealed an equally ghastly and wicked history of its own. Twentieth century renovation work revealed hidden staircases and rooms, with grim evidence of torture.

It seems that Mother Ivey’s presence still lingers. Her ancient words echoing like the crows’ eerie cries that shatter the tranquillity of the bay that bears her name. Will anyone dare again to disturb the soil she cursed?

Relating back to the beginning of the story concerning David Cameron and his family renting the house Fish Cellars as detailed above. It is with extreme sadness and some trepidation, that I have to add that David Cameron's eldest disabled son Ivan has died. Date Wednesday 25th February 2009

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IVEY, Stephen (I1058)
 
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I have received the certified copy of the mariage certificate of William IVEY and Elizabeth PAULL. They have charged £8.00 for this - I will send you the receipt. The certificate gives entry no. 109. date 5th May 1869. William aged 24, bachelor, Tin Miner of Pool, Illogan, father: John IVEY, deceased, Miner. Elizabeth, aged 28, spinster of Roskear Fields, Camborne, father: Henry PAULL, deceased, Miner. Married in a Register Office. William signed his name and Elizaqbeth gave "a mark". The witnesses were : Emma TREWITHICK(?)'s "mark", a Sarah PAULL, and John MICHELL, Deputy Superintendent Registrar. I shall send the certificate to you.

All Michigan State Census, 1894 results for William Ivey
William Ivey 48 England white Kewunaw Schedules of the Michigan State Census of 1894
Elizabeth Ivey 51 England white Kewunaw Schedules of the Michigan State Census of 1894 View in household order
Elizabeth Ivey Jr. 14 Michigan white Kewunaw Schedules of the Michigan State Census of 1894 View in household order
John Ivey 20 Michigan white Kewunaw Schedules of the Michigan State Census of 1894 View in household order
This is as close as I have been able to come to verifying that this William and Elizabeth are the William and Elizabeth Paull from England. The age difference is correct but the ages do not quite match birth dates in England. The age of John is close to his actual birthday, although the birthstate is wrong. And I have not been able to verify the birth of Elizabeth Ivey Jr.
 
IVEY, William (I226)
 
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And talking of deaths I think you have the wrong one for Mary nee Jackson, as there is a burial of a Mary Atkin, aged 55, 24 July 1860 in Spilsby. Martin seems to have the condition of (an extremely badly written) widower on the 1861 census. And it clearly says widower on the 1871 census.

Using FreeBMD in conjunction with the census, you should be able to find most of the marriages that took place. The women are perhaps a little more difficult to find on the census after they've married. However I think that Martha (born c1845) married Henry Jefferies in 1870 before they moved to Streatham in 1871.
I've spent about an hour trying to find Ann, Jane, and Elizabeth on the census after they've left home but without success. Mary Ann is still living at home in 1871, but can't find her after that. Might have more success with them once the Spilsby district marriages 1851-1870 get transcribed to the Lincolnshire 1837+ Marriage Index. (That's a volunteer project so I'd check back in about three, then six, months time.) 
JACKSON, Mary Ann (I82)
 
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Turning my attention to the JACKSON/GRIME lineage, I looked at the National Burial Index to try and find a William JACKSON and Mary JACKSON (nee GRIME). We know they were married in 1803 Burgh le Marsh and Mary Ann JACKSON (who married Martin ATKIN) was born in Mavis Enderby 1804. I searched the Mavis Enderby parish register baptisms between 1804 and 1811 - but no other siblings were baptised there. Looking at the NBI for the demise of William and Mary JACKSON, it came up with :

William JACKSON buried: 02 June 1844 age 67 St. Botolphs, Boston
Mary JACKSON buried: 16 Dec 1866 age 84 " "

William JACKSON buried: 21 Sep 1851 age 76 Thurlby by Bourne, St.Firmin
Mary JACKSON buried: 21 Mar 1860 age 80 " "

William JACKSON buried: 14 Mar 1847 age 70 Harlaxton, St.Mary & St.Peter
Mary JACKSON buried: 05 Jun 1839 age 61 " " "
Mary JACKSON buried: 13 Oct 1843 age 60 " " "

William JACKSON buried: 12 Nov 1848 age 69 Anwick, St. Edith
Mary JACKSON buried: 19 Oct 1877 age 98 " "

All these JACKSONs were of a feasible age to be "our" JACKSONs. Of course there is the theory that it is not necessary the case that they both were buried in the same parish. One could have died elsewhere and the other moved on! I looked at the monumental inscriptions for these towns, hoping to find an MI that gave some clues - unfortunately none came up with conclusive evidence. The only possible indication I could find was that the Mary who was buried 05 June 1839 aged 61, Harlaxton, had a husband "William". The NBI gives the entries alphabetically so you cannot tell the names of the spouses - it only gives date of burial, age and parish buried.

Looking at the parish register burials for Harlaxton, I noted that William JACKSONs abode at time of death was Greetham, Rutlandshire. Now whether this is "our" Wm. JACKSON I cannot tell. They seem to have travelled around quite a lot.

None of the above JACKSON burials are in towns which are anywhere near Burgh le Marsh or Mavis Enderby! I also checked the Wills index to see if any of the above JACKSONs made a Will which would have given us some clues - alas none of them left a Will. The only course of action I can see now is to check the census for each of the above. The only problem with this course of action is that the ones who died pre 1851 would not give us much information. The 1841 census would only tell us that they were born in Lincolnshire. It was not until the 1851 census that birthplaces were given and then not all in some cases.

So this course of action would prove to be an elimination exercise:

Mary JACKSON buried in Boston would be on the 1861 census.

Mary JACKSON buried in Thurlby would be on the 1851 census.

Mary JACKSON buried in Anwick would be on the 1871 census.

None of the William JACKSONs would be on a census that would give us the information needed. Hopefully one of the Mary JACKSON entries would give us clues. I know it sounds a little "needle in the haystake" but without the help of a Will or anything of that ilk, I cannot see what else we can do!

Looking at a map of Lincolnshire I progressed to find some evidence of the GRIME family. I searched the Candlesby parish register baptisms and found a Mary GRIME baptised on 29 Apr 1778, daughter of John and Mary GRIME. Further baptisms were John GRIME baptised 15 March 1781 and also 22 March 1781, son of John and Mary GRIME. Why the double entry I cannot say. This baptism would "marry" up with the Mary JACKSON buried in Anwick and also Harlaxton.

I then searched the marriage indices for Lincolnshire hoping to find a marriage between John GRIME and Mary (?) but no luck between the years 1754 and 1813. They may have been nonformists or they may have come from outside Lincolnshire!

Looking at the NBI again I couldn't find a John and Mary GRIME buried in the same parish in the appropriate years - only one John GRIME buried on 12 Aug 1759 and Mary GRIME buried on 11 June 1814 in Althorpe, St. Oswald. This couple cannot be Mary's parents if she was born circa 1778! 
JACKSON, William (I93)
 

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