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Ancestors of Cedric and Brendan

Ancestors of Cedric and Brendan

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Cedric was born in the year 2001 his brother Brendan in 2003. This site is dedicated to them and their eventual descendants.

Ancestors of Cedric and Brendan


Jack Baker

Sheila Joan Rose [Parents]

They had the following children:

  M i Dabid Baker

Edward Bray

Leah Opre Rose [Parents]

They had the following children:

  F i Jacqueline Bray
  M ii Colin Bray
  F iii Robert Bray

Albert Frank Hoddinott [Parents] was born on 20 Feb 1915. He died in 1982. He married Cecilie Allsopp.

Copy of notes compiled by Albert (Jim) Frank Hoddinott of Weymouth and sent to Brian B. Chinn (1978/1979);

You should have written a few years sooner when my mother was alive. She knew all about the Chinns, my knowledge is very limited I am afraid. I know of them in Sturminster Newton and Bournemouth areas, also here in Weymouth. By the way my name is not James as you have been told, it is as I have placed it on your sheets, but I have always been known as Jim even by all my family, the reason being during the 14-18 War when my mother visited my father whilst he was doing Army service, one of his friends was named Jimmy Snell, and everyone in the camp always said here comes Big Jim and Little Jim for the reason that he always took me from my mother at the entrance of the Camp.

I remember my Grandmother's [Henrietta Chinn Davidge] two brother's and one sister. Uncle Herb and Uncle Harry each had a big farm at Hinton, that was in the late 1920's, one of them had two sons, one is dead but the other has a farm at Gillingham, Dorset, also there was about four girls [actually the daughters of Albert Chinn]. I remember some of their names, Rube, Rebe, but I forget the others, which lot was which I cannot remember. I know some of the girls are also dead now. The sister was Aunt Min, she married a Knott and lived at Sydlin St. Nicholas. Some of her children are still alive and live there now, also one who lives in Dorchester. There are also Chinn's living in Somerset also Bristol, I know my Mother told me they were Cousins to her, one of the Sons works for the B.B.C. television. I’ve seen his name on the credits. I think it is something to do with the scenery in plays etc.

The Chinn in Weymouth was a Blacksmith, he retired and sold his property to the Co-op who has a big Hall there now. He only had one daughter, she was married with children, she died a few years ago. Her husband is still alive but I rarely see him. I will try to catch up with him one day. The other Chinn was a farmer, a relation to my mother. He is dead now of course, but his Son and Daughter are still alive, they live just a few miles from where I live. I saw Ilean (the daughter) last year but Eric (the son) I have not seen for a few years. I gave him a ring when I had your letter, but was busy at the time, he does not Farm now, he turned builder and covered the Farm with Houses.

Albert Hoddinott died in Sept 1982.

Cecilie Allsopp died in 1966. She married Albert Frank Hoddinott.


Leonard John Hoddinott [Parents]

Alice Millard

They had the following children:

  M i Christopher Hoddinott
  F ii Carolyn Hoddinott
  F iii Josephine Hoddinott
  F iv Jacqueline Hoddinott

Richard William Hoddinott [Parents]

Margaret Stoodley

They had the following children:

  F i Vivienne Hoddinott
  F ii Diane Hoddinott

Leslie Courtney

Margaret Anne Phyllis Hoddinott [Parents]

They had the following children:

  F i Tessa Courtney
  F ii Julia Courtney

Archibald Buchanan was born in 1675. He married Margaret Buchanan.

The Archibald, grandfather to the Archibald (1748-1836) of Omagh, County Tyrone, was married to Margaret Buchanan, she being the sister of Walter and daughter to William Buchanan (first of the Killyclogher family to settle in Ireland). This marriage would presumably have occurred in Ireland and the confirmation of Archibald's emigration is required.

Archibald, grandfather to Archibald (1748-1836) may be the same Archibald Buchanan mentioned in the Auchmar page 199 lists an Archibald Buchanan as a Horse Guards Captain. It is either this Archibald or possibly a reference to a cousin of the same name.

Archibald [or possibly John his son] may have married a second time and descended from that union were a line of McMaynes; Andrew McMaynes being mentioned as over the age of 80 attending his nephew George Buchanan's (1780-1865) funeral. A possible line of enquiry may also be to trace illegitimate children of Archibald [or John].

The relationship as "son" to James, 6th Laird of Spittal, requires validation.

James 6th Laird of Spittal did have a third son named Archibald, as listed in the Auchmar. In the family history "Archibald Buchanan 1748-1836 Bears and Forbears" W.P. Buchanan was able to determine that Archibald Buchanan, married to Margaret Buchanan of the Killyclogher family, was the grandfather to Archibald (1748-1836). It is plausible that these are both one in the same, however confirmation of this as fact remains to be done.

There does remain a possibility that the correct lineage could descend from the Buchanan's of Blairvocky. Walter, the 1st of Blairvocky is also descended from the Buchanan's of Spittal, being the son of Walter, 5th Laird of Spittal. Walter 1st of Blairvocky had a son Alexander, 2nd of Blairvocky and had four sons and one daughter; Walter, Alexander, a daughter, William and George. As of 1723 William the third son of Alexander in turn had four sons Alexander of Derry, and William, Walter and Henry all of Omagh, Tyrone, Ireland. It is therefore of interest to determine if William, Walter or Henry had any offspring named Archibald. It is more than likely however that it is Margaret who is descended from this lineage, as she is the daughter of William and brother to Walter.

Other possible lines of enquiry are (1) the Carbreth Buchanan's following the family of Thomas 3rd of Carbreth and his grandson George (circa 1600) and his offspring John and William all of whom resided in Tyrone according to the Auchmar; (2) the Auchmar Buchanan's descended from Captain Maurice Buchanan of Dublin, son of Maurice, a preacher in County Tyrone, who was 4th son of George of Auchmar; (3) Patrick of Auchmar's illegitimate son named John (different from the legitimate son of the same name) also went to Ireland and his second son, also named John, resided in Newtounstewart just north of Omagh, County Tyrone; and (4) offspring of Major William Buchanan of Newton Clandeboys, County Down, grandson to William 1st of Auchmar.

Margaret Buchanan [Parents] was born in 1690. She married Archibald Buchanan.

Margaret Buchanan, sister of Walter and daughter to William Buchanan (first of the Killyclogher family to settle in Ireland) married Archibald Buchanan.

They had the following children:

  M i John Buchanan
  M ii Patrick Buchanan

Patrick Buchanan [Parents] was born in 1712. He died 1 in Nov 1763 in Lisburn, Ireland. He married <unnamed>.

Patrick became an ordained minister of the First Presbyterian Church, Lisburn on July 27, 1747. When he died in 1763 he left a widow, who died about 1775, and a son John.

<unnamed> died in 1775. She married Patrick Buchanan.

They had the following children:

  F i John Buchanan was born in 1725. She died in 1763.

It is unknown whether John married or not. What is recorded is that he visited his Strathroy relations, Archibald Buchanan (1748-1836) and family, by horseback on many occasions. However upon his death, it was seven years before the Buchanans of Strathroy became aware of this fact. (History of Congregations Presbyterian Church in Ireland, REv. W. D. Killen, D.D., published 1886)

William Buchanan was born in 1650.

William Buchanan was first of the Killyclogher family to settle in Ireland and on page 198 of the Auchmar may be the William mentioned as being descended from the Blairvocky Buchanan's and is mentioned as residing near Omagh with his brothers Walter and Henry.

There does remain a possibility that this lineage could descend from the Buchanan's of Blairvocky. Walter, the 1st of Blairvocky is also descended from the Buchanan's of Spittal, being the son of Walter, 5th Laird of Spittal. Walter 1st of Blairvocky had a son Alexander, 2nd of Blairvocky and had four sons and one daughter; Walter, Alexander, a daughter, William and George. As of 1723 William the third son of Alexander in turn had four sons Alexander of Derry, and William, Walter and Henry all of Omagh, Tyrone, Ireland.

He had the following children:

  M i Walter Buchanan was born in 1695. He died in 1764.
  F ii Margaret Buchanan
  M iii James Buchanan was born in 1697.

Oliver Crawford was born in 1719. He died in 1803. He married Margaret Miller.

Margaret Miller was born in 1725. She died in 1746. She married Oliver Crawford.

They had the following children:

  M i Robert Crawford

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