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1. Geoffrey Vern Pollard, son of Vern Wilfred Pollard and Gladys May Bonsor, was born on 11 Aug 1949 in Mary Street, Lidcombe, NSW.

General Notes: SURNAME: http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Pollard provides an explanation of the the surname Pollard.



Geoffrey married Lorraine Ruth Bergin, daughter of Keith Sydney Bergin and Norma May Duggin, on 13 Sep 1975 in Petersham Baptist Church, The Boulevarde, Lewisham. Lorraine was born on 1 Mar 1954 in Mater Hospital, Newcastle, NSW.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Darren John Pollard was born on 29 Dec 1980 in Crown Street Womens Hospital, Surry Hills, Sydney. Another name for Darren is Dazza.

         ii.  Linda Anne Pollard was born on 10 Aug 1983 in King George V Womens Hospital, Camperdown Sydney.


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2. Vern Wilfred Pollard, son of Alfred Pollard and Harriet Ann Holgate, was born on 11 Jan 1914 in Burrowa, NSW, died on 4 Apr 2005 in Endeavour Nursing Home, Springwood, NSW at age 91, and was buried on 8 Apr 2005 in Lawn Cemetery, Young, NSW.

General Notes: Dad's Eulogy

On the 11th January 1914, 8 months before World War I was declared and whilst his brothers, Cyril and Roley, chased the chooks around the house, Vern Wilfred Pollard was born. Vern was the last child to be born to Alfred and Annie Pollard.

Alfred's great grandfather, William Pollard arrived in Australia as a farm labourer aboard the "Duchess of Northumberland" in 1838 and purchased land in the Jerrawa district. Annie's great grandfather, James Holgate had arrived in Sydney aboard the convict ship "England II" in 1835 and, after obtaining his ticket of leave, had also settled in the same area.

Life in the hamlet of Rye Park at the time Dad was born was not enormously different from that experienced by his ancestors.
The wealthy would have better homes, the poor, who included the Pollard family, had the benefits of corrugated iron and maybe a wood stove but still slab timber walls. Dad recently told us that for years his Mum had a dirt floor in her house.

What a change technology had on Dad's life; telephone, electricity, refrigeration, the motorcar, television, medical breakthroughs, space travel, computers, care for the environment, the list is endless. Will one lifetime ever again see such change?

For Dad life was often a struggle. He lost his brother Miles, who died four days before his fourth birthday, at the age of two years two months. Dad sometimes spoke about how he missed losing his brother but as he was so young, his reflections would have been from a great need for companionship. Dad's sister Ivy was twelve years older and would have been working. His brothers, Roley and Cyril, were five and six years older.

Dad attended Rye Park School until he was fourteen, as it was compulsory. He endured the cruel schoolmaster, Bob Buckridge. He remained in primary school for the last couple of years, as he would have needed to go to Boorowa for High School. After school each afternoon he tended his veggie garden on Pudman Creek. He told the story of searching for melons to supplement the family food supply.

One evening he discovered an enormous jam melon miles from home. On his pushbike, with one hand on the handlebars and the other clutching a sugar bag that held the melon that rolled around his back, he set off for home. After a number of spills he proudly arrived home with his treasure.

He worked with his father, who had a number of small blocks of land in the district at places like Whoop Whoop, where they would stay overnight. We recently found Dad's initials, which he carved when he was twelve, still carved in a post near the fireplace. He talked about stick dodging, which consisted of collecting and stacking sticks on land that was being cleared.

Upon leaving school he worked as a Shearer and was one of the best at using hand blades. At other times he laboured in the hills around Rye Park ring-barking and felling trees. This was heavy manual work and was at the time of the Great Depression.

At the age of twenty-two, Dad had a house built by a local builder, Walter Irvine. It cost 675 pounds. He married a local girl but the marriage did not work out. Dad was often away from home shearing and doing other work and his wife became unfaithful.
It was in the days before the Family Law Court when divorces were very messy and very expensive. Dad lost the case and was ordered to pay enormous costs. It took him many years to repay the money he borrowed. Whilst we were cleaning up at "Rockfield", we found the records of these loans. Dad felt great shame in relation to his divorce and it was only relatively recently that he was able to share the subject with his children.

To allow him to pay off his legal bills Dad headed for Sydney where his cousin Greta helped him find a job at Good Year Tyre and Rubber Company. The work was hot, dirty and heavy and, with the outbreak of World War II, many extra hours were required to be worked as the demand for tyres escalated. Dad was lonely and depressed. He lived in cheap, poor quality accommodation so as to allow him as much spare money as possible.

He stayed at a number of boarding houses, one of which was run by Mrs Eccleston at 14 Jersey Road, Strathfield. One Saturday night Dad was wandered up Burwood Road on his way back from a trip to Cabarita when he heard music and laughter. He thought he had nothing to lose so he ventured into the dance studio.
It was Fuller's dance studio. There he met Mum. Dad often reflected on this joyous event.

The friendship of Vern and Gladys Bonsor blossomed and on Saturday, 29 April 1944, at Burwood Methodist Church, they were married. They built a house at 38 Regents Street, Regents Park. This was a challenge due to the impact of the war on the supply of building materials. On 7 November 1945 Neville arrived, followed by myself and Jeanette in 1949 and 1951.

After working 15 years at Good Years Dad found that his health could no longer cope with the conditions and shift work so on Jeanette's birthday, July 20, 1956, the Pollard family packed their belongings, including the chooks, and moved to "Rockfield", Maimuru.

I can still hear the sound of the rooster crowing whilst we filled the loaded old Bedford with petrol at the Regents Park Service station. The old Bedford was a converted Bushells Tea van with single wheels on the back, not ideal for the 1956 wet weather on "Rockfield" nor was it ideal for a family of five but it was adequate. At the time, being the one who sat on the handbrake, I may not have agreed.

Dad's vision was that "Rockfield" would be a step to him becoming a wheat and sheep farmer but that was not to be and for close to half a century, along with droughts, frosts and hailstorms, Dad was an orchardist that ventured into other farming projects including fat lambs, pigs, Friesian cows, turkeys and various crops. He was proud of what he produced and would often be heard to say to Mum that he had the best prunes at the dryer or that he topped the price at the sale yards with his fat lambs or pigs.

Dad prided himself on being a hard worker, real work that was, the stuff that generates sweat. Sitting in an office was not work to Dad. An early start and a late finish was the order of the day, although a "camp" after lunch was acceptable.

When we were kids and we were helping on the farm we were always very quiet whilst Dad was having a rest. We would hope he would go into a deep sleep and thus allow us more time to play.

When Dad built something, it had to be strong. He would select the largest corner fence post available and put it in the ground at least a foot deeper than necessary. As a provider for the family Dad worked long hours and never took a holiday. Even though times were often tough, with Mum's help, we always were well feed and clothed. Whilst he did not receive an ideal formal education he ensured that we children all completed High School and went onto further education.

Dad's real love was horses. There was Sammy the giant draught horse that was on the farm when he arrived and after he died Dobbin replaced him. Sammy used to pull the orchard spray cart for Dad who manually sprayed the trees. Both Sammy and Dobbin also pulled the spring cart that was a real assistance in pruning the fruit trees. Dad, along with the horse and cart, worked with some others on the settlement doing contract pruning. There was Bede and Narna. Dad enjoyed working with them as it allowed him to catch up on the local settlement gossip.

He also had thoroughbred horses; one or two of which raced but his main enjoyment was showing them in the local shows, especially when it meant winning against the "well heeled" big names. He won many champion ribbons.

Dad was a bit of a show-off and loved to perform. He would have loved to be on stage but he opted for being Santa Claus at the Maimuru Christmas party where he enjoyed kissing the young and not so young women. He served the community in this way for many years, as no one could be Santa like Vernie. He always added something extra to the night. Dad "hit the big time" when he was invited to be Santa at Grace Brothers in Young. He even attended Santa Claus school in Sydney.

He loved finding ways of causing a laugh by doing crazy things like having his feet out of the window of the truck whilst waiting to pick Jeanette up from the bus. He loved quoting Banjo Paterson's "The old man walked to the slip rails and he peered up the darkening track". Even saying grace had a touch of performance.

Like many better-known performers Dad struggled with depression. Whilst never reaching a clinical level it was a weight that he carried right through his life. Maybe this was somehow connected to the fact that he thought he had to prove himself. Before he broke his hip, when one of the Aged Care team arrived to visit him on the farm (or as he would say "to inspect him"), he was out mowing the lawn, obviously to show them that he was still fully fit. What gave it away was the fact that Social Worker noticed and commented on the fact that he still had his slippers on!

When I asked him what behaviour he valued most he said, "Kindness." His kindness extended to those disadvantaged and to most animals. He had a very soft spot for his mother and was very kind to her. When he had annual holidays whilst at Good Years he always would spend the time working for her.

When we had aboriginal fruit pickers come and stay he always treated them with dignity and respect. This frequently worked in his favour because Poppa Williams always made sure Vern had enough pickers.

Dad had a long Christian commitment. Maybe this commenced as a result of Grandmother Holgate, who Dad recently fondly spoke of, telling him about God. He loyally supported the local church both financially and through attendance. Dad's expectations of a church were not always met and he was prone to vary denominational labels. Unfortunately this did sometimes cause hurt to those who sought to reach out to him.

Dad valued a practical faith and whilst he briefly followed the family tradition as a lay preacher, he was much more at home with welcoming on the door or hospital visitation. He was not one for "long winded" sermons. When Young Baptist Church was opened, he donated a clock.

One of his most valued Christian experiences was when he arranged for Arthur Stace, the 'Eternity' writer to visit Regents Park Baptist men's group. I'm sure Dad valued Arthur's story.

Dad was a deacon and Secretary of Regents Park Baptist church and a deacon and treasurer at Young Baptist Church and toward the end of his life was involved with and valued greatly the support of the Salvation Army.

Dad for a number of years tireless cared for Mum. This task was not easy, as it required enormous patience to cope with Mum's dementia. The assistance of the staff from "Home Care" was invaluable during this period.

Just before Christmas 2002, Dad had a fall that broke his hip. This was the event that would move him and Mum off the farm. After a short stay in "Mercy Care" they moved to Endeavour Nursing Home at Springwood. This was a move that Dad had dreaded. It was like putting a free flying bird in a cage. Through miraculous circumstances Dad was able to room with Mum until she passed away in May last year.

During his stay in Endeavour, Dad celebrated his 90th Birthday and appreciated greatly being joined by his Rockfield neighbours, Bruce and Carmel and a number of his nieces and nephews. In April last year, Dad and Mum celebrated their Diamond Wedding anniversary. Dad was impressed with the many greetings they received, including the Queen, Governor General, Prime Minister and Premier.

Shortly after this celebration, on 21st May, Dad said goodbye to his partner of over 60 years. Dad travelled to Young to bury her, a major undertaking for someone in his state of health.

Since Mum's passing Dad appeared to be more relaxed. Maybe he felt no longer responsible for her and the challenge that provided.

During this time a local woman Joan Murray, along with Bonnie, her Golden Retriever, daily visited him and other residents at the Nursing Home. Joan was even there on Christmas day. Her happy friendly spirit was significant and was an answer to Mum's prayer that Dad would have a friend when she was gone. One time we suggested to Dad that we could go out for coffee but Dad didn't want to miss Joan's visit.

He appreciated the staff at Endeavour. They would comment that he was a pleasure to look after and never complained.

Dad gradually became more frail and on Monday 4th April, this chapter of his life came to a close.

Within a year we have said farewell to both Mum and Dad. Whilst we deeply miss them we know they have gone to a much better place and that we will see them again.

They did not give us fame or fortune; they did however give us gifts of real value. They gave us their sincere love and the opportunity to know Jesus. We therefore consider that we have been truly blest.


Geoff Pollard
8.4.05

Vern married Gladys May Bonsor on 29 Apr 1944 in Burwood, NSW. Gladys was born on 9 Oct 1915 in Ashfield, NSW, died on 21 May 2004 in "Endeavour Nursing Home", Springwood, NSW at age 88, and was buried on 25 May 2004 in Lawn Cemetery, Young, NSW.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Neville John Pollard was born on 7 Nov 1945 in Sydney, NSW.

1        ii.  Geoffrey Vern Pollard (born on 11 Aug 1949 in Mary Street, Lidcombe, NSW)

        iii.  Jeanette Anne Pollard was born on 20 Jul 1951 in Lidcombe, NSW.

Vern next married Dulcie Isabelle Pearsall, daughter of Ernest Walter Pearsall and Olive Ruth Morgan, on 12 Dec 1936 in Rye Park Methodist Church, NSW. Dulcie was born on 11 Dec 1915 in Burrowa, NSW, died on 7 Apr 1995 at age 79, and was buried in Yass Lawn Cemetery, NSW.

Marriage Notes: Witnesses I.E & L.R.Pearsall. The minister was E.Tredinnick. Vern was 22 and Dulcie 21 years of age. Uniting Church Archives.

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Physical Description: Age: 79.




3. Gladys May Bonsor, daughter of Isaac Bonsor and Ada Leavers, was born on 9 Oct 1915 in Ashfield, NSW, died on 21 May 2004 in "Endeavour Nursing Home", Springwood, NSW at age 88, and was buried on 25 May 2004 in Lawn Cemetery, Young, NSW.

General Notes: Mum's Eulogy
My mother, Gladys May Bonsor was born on 9 October 1915 in Croydon, a Sydney suburb. She was the elder daughter of Isaac and Ada Bonsor. A brother, William had died in 1913; a week after Ada had immigrated to Australia from Nottingham in England. Her husband, Isaac, a tailor, had come to Australia 6 months earlier and had found work at David Jones. After William's death, Ada was extremely lonely, and wanted desperately to return to England, but there was never any money for the fare. However, in early 1915 when she found that she was pregnant again, she became more contented and my mother was born a little Australian.

Grace, her sister, was born two years later, and John was born in 1926, when Mum was nearly 11.

When she was 5 the family moved from Croydon to Ashfield, and she started school at Ashfield Primary. She was a good student, and after Primary School, went on to Ashfield Domestic Science School. She obtained excellent results at the end of Year 8. Her wish was to complete her studies to Year 9, and perhaps gain a scholarship for further study. However, a friend of the family urged her parents to enroll her in Burwood Business College instead, and she was told she was leaving school. After 3 months at the College, her parents could not afford to pay the fees, and she had to leave. The Depression was on, but she eventually found work at Addis, making toothbrushes. She then moved into the office and, over time, became the Office Manager. She enjoyed this very much, and worked there until she was married.

Her family was Methodist, and she attended churches in Malvern Hill, Burwood and Enfield during her growing years. She was very involved in the activities of the church. A highlight for her was her attendance at the Christian Endeavour Convention in Melbourne in 1938. This was the only time that Mum journeyed out of NSW or the ACT in her entire life. Her yearning to travel was never fulfilled. When we cleaned out the house after Mum & Dad went into the Nursing Home, we found a large photograph album full of postcards. She had received these from others who had been able to make the journeys that she had only dreamed of.

During the War, Mum and Grace both became members of the Volunteer Aide Detachment (VADs). They attended Crown St Hospital to assist in caring for patients, as part of the war effort.

She and Grace loved ballroom dancing, and they attended lessons regularly. It was at Fuller's Dance Studio at Burwood that she met Dad. He had travelled to Sydney from Rye Park, near Boorowa, in search of work. He had found labouring work at the GoodYear Tyre & Rubber Company. However, he was finding life pretty tough and he was very lonely. One night he was walking along the street in front of Fullers. He heard music and decided to investigate. He was invited in to the hall. Mum could see the loneliness in his face, and she befriended him.

He too was Methodist, and their friendship developed. They were married in Burwood Methodist Church on 29 April 1944.

After their marriage, they lived with Mum's parents, who by now lived at Haberfield.
They purchased land at 38 Regents St, Regents Park. As the War was on, building materials were scarce and progress on the house was slow. They finally moved into their home when Neville was nearly 3 years old. The fibro house was built on a long block which went back towards the railway line on the top of a cutting, and they had chickens at the back.

Dad continued at GoodYears, and Geoff was born in 1949. Around this time they started to attend the Baptist Church in Regents Park. Dad had heard the singing as he walked down the street to catch the train to work. One Sunday morning he decided to attend. The fellow on the door, Mr Greenfield, gave him such a hearty welcome, that he decided to stay. Mum joined him soon afterwards. They were both baptised at the church, by Rev. Matt Smith.

Neville loved the steam trains going through the cutting at the back of the house. They would blow their whistle as they went through. He would ask Mum what train it was. She memorised the timetable, so she could tell him where the train was going. This was indicative of Mum's encouragement and interest in each child's endeavours. Her dream was to purchase a pedal car for Neville, but finances were never available.

I was born in 1951. Life settled down, and Mum enjoyed her new home. She also learnt how to drive. However, Dad's shiftwork at GoodYears was difficult for him.
The continual hard labouring work in the intense heat was playing havoc with his health, and he did not sleep well during the day.

An opportunity then came for Dad to move back onto the land. Mum did not want to move from the comforts of her home, complete with a fabulous gas stove, but she knew that Dad could not continue at GoodYears. She reluctantly agreed to leave her family and friends to start an entirely new life in the country.

It was with a deep heaviness of heart that she left Regents Park for the fruit orchard at Maimuru in July 1956. Dad had sold our 1934 Ford V8, and purchased a 2 ton Bedford Truck. This was laden with all manner of things, complete with chooks on the top. The roosters crowed in Goulburn's main street as we journeyed south-west. It was very wet, and the furniture truck got bogged at the bottom of the hill, before the ascent to the house at 'Rockfield'. Finally, on my 5th birthday, the furniture was unloaded. Mum's lovely new home at Regents Park was now replaced by an old farm house in need of repair, with rattling louvres, a fuel stove, and an outside pan toilet - and she arrived in mid-winter.

But from that point on, Mum strove to become a farmer's wife, like her sisters-in-law. She made butter and jam, she preserved fruit, and learnt how to milk a cow. She mastered the fuel stove, she stooked hay and helped with the sheep. She poddied pet lambs, and was very good at coaxing these little creatures to stay alive. She picked prunes, and picked and packed stone fruit. She had to learn to drive the old Bedford Truck which had a 'crash' gearbox - and this was no mean feat for someone who wasn't very tall. Although she learnt to do all these things, she never thought she had really 'made it'. However, during her last years on the farm she sometimes used to dwell on the fact that she had learnt to do all the farmyard tasks. She had become less critical of herself and it was only then that she started to be satisfied that she had actually achieved her goal of becoming a farmer's wife.

One thing that she enjoyed doing was the farm bookwork. Her skills as Office Manager came to the fore, and she was fastidious in recording every cent that was spent. Money was very scarce on many occasions and Mum never wasted it. As we were cleaning out the house we found seemingly hundreds of little notebooks and bits of paper with lists of figures on them. It became a bit of a joke as the hours of sifting through papers went on.

She also enjoyed doing the crossword puzzles in the Women's Weekly. This was an outlet for her, and her dictionary became very battered indeed. When the Women's Weekly started to come out monthly she stopped buying it as she did not believe this change was justified - sometimes Mum could be very stubborn!

She worked hard in the garden. She attacked the nettles and marshmallow grass with a passion until these were all but eradicated. She loved roses, tulips and dahlias, but her special flowers were her gladiolas. She would lovingly cut each spike as the first flowers appeared. She would then pluck each flower off as it died, and cut back the stem. She would not throw the stem away until the very last flower was dead. Every single flower was precious to her.

She was a great encourager to us children, and we knew that we were loved. She treated each of us as individuals. She was the catalyst behind each of us completing our secondary education, and going on to complete tertiary studies (something that she had been unable to do). By the time Geoff & I were in Senior High School we had a second vehicle which made life more flexible. She then shopped on Friday afternoons so that we could go down the street with our friends after school - or Geoff could hoon around the back roads with 'Hinton'. At one time she shopped on Thursdays so Geoff could pursue an interest in electronics at the Young Police Boys Club on that afternoon. She would stay up until midnight talking to Neville, when he came home from Teacher's College. She always welcomed our friends, and she was a very good cook. She meticulously measured every ingredient, and her cakes were never a flop. She knitted perfectly, and always had something 'on her pins'.

Mum and Dad attended the Young Baptist Fellowship, which met on Sunday afternoons, when they moved to Maimuru. They were also committed to the twice-monthly Service at the Maimuru Methodist Church. They were Foundation Members when the Young Baptist Church was formed in 1965. Mum taught Sunday School for many years, and helped Dad during his years as Church Treasurer.

Around the time that we children left home, Mum became involved in the activities of 'Christian Women Communicating International'. She attended 'Know Your Bible' studies, and the South-West Christian Women's Convention held in Young each year. She was treasurer for this event for the maximum 6 years possible.

During his later years, Dad decided that he would like to attend the Salvation Army here, and Mum came with him, being forever faithful to his wishes. As the years rolled on, she could no longer concentrate on doing the 'Know Your Bible' studies. In her early 80's she began to lose her memory and she became more dependent on Dad who took her shopping, and helped her with the household chores.

In July 2000 she was diagnosed with cancer in her jaw, and underwent major surgery to remove part of the bone. By this time, her memory was really starting to fail, and the doctors said that she would need Nursing Home Care after the surgery. But Mum proved them wrong, returning home just a few weeks later. She was only able to do this because Dad cared for her constantly and Home Care attended three times a week.

Over the next couple of years Mum and Dad both became frailer and the thread holding them together on the farm got thinner and thinner. Despite many discussions about the future, Dad would not consider leaving the farm. The family visited as regularly as possible to give support.

On 16 December 2002, that tiny thread broke when Dad fell and broke his hip. The next difficult phase began for all of us.

Mum & Dad could not return home and had to go to Nursing Home accommodation. The last time they visited the farm was 8 February 2003. In contrast to a very wet 1956, a severe drought was in full swing.

Mum had had a great deal of difficulty in adjusting to farm life as she had been a real city girl. However, as she reached her 80's she became a real admirer of her surroundings and the familiarity of the farm. She was devastated when she & Dad were unable to continue there.

For a number of years the family had had a certain dread about what would happen about the farm when this time came as none of us lived close by. We put it to the back of our minds as it was all in the 'too hard basket'. But when the time came, God in His goodness provided an angel in the form of Bruce Edgerton, a fantastic neighbour. With his amazing help we finally shut the gate of the farm on my 52nd birthday, 47 years to the day since we arrived.

Mum gradually became more confused over the coming months and she became physically frailer. The last time we were able to take her out of the Nursing Home was to Neville & Sylvia's 3 weeks ago when we gathered to celebrate Mum & Dad's Diamond Wedding Anniversary. She had been unwell the week before, and she was not really connected to the occasion or the message from the Queen. Her health then deteriorated rapidly and she slipped into eternity early last Friday morning.

Mum had made a commitment to Jesus Christ when she was a child. She kept this faith throughout her life, and she served Him faithfully in her small corner of the world. She rejoiced that her three children had become Christians and had all married Christians. She had a real heart for prayer, praying for many missionaries, and those close to her. She prayed for her children and grandchildren faithfully. She was never judgemental, and always had a listening ear. One of the things I found most frustrating when she lost her memory was the fact that we could no longer have the rousing discussions we used to have, and she no longer understood or remembered. Mum had a fairly low self-esteem in many ways, but she always prided herself in her mental ability - this ability had now been taken away. But she did not fear death, knowing that she would meet her Saviour, and be with Him forever.

Am I sad that she has passed away? My real mother passed away long ago. The grieving process has been long and difficult. As her dementia took hold the intelligent, caring mother I once knew gradually became disorientated and distant. With her death, this long period of grieving is now mixed with the feeling of relief and joy as she is with her Lord forever.

Mum can now say with the apostle Paul:
'The time has come for my departure. I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness' (2 Tim 4:6-8)

As I have spent the last couple of days reflecting on her life, I have come to the conclusion that Mum gave me everything that her resources would allow. For that I am grateful, and so very very privileged.

Jeanette Campbell

Gladys married Vern Wilfred Pollard on 29 Apr 1944 in Burwood, NSW. Vern was born on 11 Jan 1914 in Burrowa, NSW, died on 4 Apr 2005 in Endeavour Nursing Home, Springwood, NSW at age 91, and was buried on 8 Apr 2005 in Lawn Cemetery, Young, NSW.
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4. Alfred Pollard, son of Joseph William Pollard and Jane Cooke, was born on 4 Oct 1878 in Burrowa, NSW, died on 7 Nov 1955 in Rye Park, NSW at age 77, and was buried in Rye Park Cemetery.

General Notes: BIRTH: Ivy has Alfred's birthday as October 4 whereas I previously had it as October 28.

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 76.

Alfred married Harriet Ann Holgate on 30 Apr 1902 in Rye Park, NSW. Harriet was born on 26 Dec 1883 in Gunning, NSW, died on 18 Jul 1950 at age 66, and was buried in Rye Park, NSW. Another name for Harriet was Annie.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Ivy Leveina Pollard was born on 8 Feb 1903 in Burrowa, NSW, died on 21 Aug 1981 in Yass, NSW at age 78, and was buried on 24 Aug 1981 in Yass Cemetery, Yass, NSW.

         ii.  Cyril Irwin Pollard was born on 25 May 1908 in Burrowa, NSW.

        iii.  Roland Allan Pollard was born on 22 Aug 1909 in Burrowa, NSW and died.

         iv.  Miles Adolphus Pollard was born on 17 Mar 1912 in Burrowa, NSW, died on 13 Mar 1916 in Burrowa, NSW at age 3, and was buried in Rye Park Cemetery.

2         v.  Vern Wilfred Pollard (born on 11 Jan 1914 in Burrowa, NSW - died on 4 Apr 2005 in Endeavour Nursing Home, Springwood, NSW)




5. Harriet Ann Holgate, daughter of William Holgate and Mary Ann Waters, was born on 26 Dec 1883 in Gunning, NSW, died on 18 Jul 1950 at age 66, and was buried in Rye Park, NSW. Another name for Harriet was Annie.

General Notes: DEATH: Death of Mrs Harriet Pollard (nee Holgate) Wife of Mr Alfred Pollard
The death occured in Boroowa District Hospital recently of Mrs Harriet Ann Pollard of Rye Park, at the age of 66 years. The late Mrs Pollard, who was the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs William Holgate of Rye Park, where she was born and resided all her life. She was loved and respected by all who knew her generous nature and many kindly acts.
She married Alfred Pollard of Rye Park 48 years ago, and he is left to morn her loss, together with three sons Cyril and Roley of Young, and one daughter Ivy (Mrs Crossley of Wargeila). She is survived by two sisters, Selena (Mrs J.C.Tickner of Canberra) and Martha (Mrs G.Pearsall of Pudman) Two brothers, Albert (Rye Park) and Frank (Young). She also leaves 9 Grandchildren. One son Myles (Miles), predeceased her, also one sister, Amy (Mrs J.Cooke of Goulburn), and one brother George (Grenfell) predeceased her.
After a short service at the Rye Park Methodist church, conducted by Rev. A.T.Newton, (1947-1950) of Boorowa, the funeral left for Rye Park Cemetery where internment took place in the Methodist portion. Rev. A.T.Newton officiated at the graveside.

Noted events in her life were:

Physical Description: Age: 66.

Harriet married Alfred Pollard on 30 Apr 1902 in Rye Park, NSW. Alfred was born on 4 Oct 1878 in Burrowa, NSW, died on 7 Nov 1955 in Rye Park, NSW at age 77, and was buried in Rye Park Cemetery.


6. Isaac Bonsor, son of William Joseph Bonsor and Elizabeth Smedley, was born in 1885 and died on 1 Jan 1954 in Murwillumbah Hospital, Murwillumbah, NSW at age 69.

General Notes: CENSUS: 1891 - Isaac is living at 16a Stansfield Street, Nottingham. He is living with his sister, Eliza 13 and his parents.
1901 - He is at the same address with his father, now a widower, his married sister and her husband Samuel James Nixon along with his nephew, William Leslie 10 months. - GVP


BIOGRAPHY: Marge Bonsor said Isaac had a step mother Amelia.

ARRIVED: Arrived in Sydney, Australia on 13 February 1913 aboard the Otway (6690 tons) from London. The ships master was F.J.Symons.Passenger List - State Records Office - NSW.

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 69.

Arrived in Australia: 13 Feb 1913, Sydney, NSW.

Isaac married Ada Leavers in United Methodist Free Church, Nottingham, England. Ada was born on 27 Jul 1885 in Nottingham, England and died on 18 Jul 1983 in Taree NSW at age 97.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  William Joseph Bonsor was born in 1910 in Nottingham, England and died on 26 Sep 1913 in Royal Alexandria Hospital for Children, Camperdown. at age 3. Another name for William was Willie.

3        ii.  Gladys May Bonsor (born on 9 Oct 1915 in Ashfield, NSW - died on 21 May 2004 in "Endeavour Nursing Home", Springwood, NSW)

        iii.  Grace Millicent Bonsor was born on 11 Apr 1918 in Canterbury, NSW and died on 14 Jul 2003 in Baulkham Hill Private Hospital, Baulkham Hills, NSW at age 85.

         iv.  John Leslie Bonsor was born on 30 Jul 1926 in Enfield, NSW and died on 28 Oct 1996 in Taree, NSW at age 70.




7. Ada Leavers, daughter of Josiah Leavers and Charlotte Marshall, was born on 27 Jul 1885 in Nottingham, England and died on 18 Jul 1983 in Taree NSW at age 97.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: Notes Compiled by Jeanette Campbell (nee Pollard).
Ada used to say that she and Isaac lived next door to each other, and their older sisters used to push them along together in their prams. - A friend of Isaac's urged him to come to Australia and work, as the workplaces were unionised, and pay rates were better. In England overtime was worked in the good times, at no extra pay, then there would be periods of no work - no pay. Isaac did not want to be a tailor, but his father arranged for him to be indentured to a tailor, and he had no say in the matter.
Ada's mother could not read or write. Ada taught her enough literacy skills to enable them to communicate by letter, Ada's generation was the first to have free primary schooling.
Ada used to say that she and Isaac used to walk through Sherwood Forest, of Robin Hood fame, when they were going together ('courting').
Ada worked doing canniely? work before she was married, this was a sort of fancy sewing to put on collars and cuffs. At one stage she had a Jewish employer. He apparently used to have the factory cleaned meticulously before Passover, and there was a ban on leavened bread during this time. Ada said they used to smuggle bread in to eat. Apparently there was a violent storm one night when she and Willie were coming to Australia. Everyone on board ship was terrified, and went up on deck. She tied Willie to herself with a scarf and they went to bed. She thought, if the ship sank, at least they would die together. She went to sleep. Next morning it was calm. She said everyone was amazed that she went to bed and to sleep.
Ada woke up one morning, after Willie's death, with white hair. This, apparently was a result of the shock and stress. She used to cover her head with a scarf when she went out as she was so embarrassed. Her hair colouring never returned.
Isaac passed away whilst he and Ada were on holidays in Murwillumbah. Prior to this he used to always fall asleep when he sat down. Apparently he went to the doctors for a cheek up - that probably wasn't related to his sleeping! Gladys told me he came home and said - 'I told the doctor - are you trying to scare me? It is my understanding that he had a stroke.

ARRIVED: Arrived in Sydney, Australia on 20 September 1913 aboard the Commonwealth (6616 tons) from London. This was seven months after Isaac arrived. The ships master was E.M.H.Cooper. Passenger List - State Records Office - NSW.

Noted events in her life were:

Physical Description: Age: 97.

Arrived in Australia: 20 Sep 1913, Sydney, NSW.

Ada married Isaac Bonsor in United Methodist Free Church, Nottingham, England. Isaac was born in 1885 and died on 1 Jan 1954 in Murwillumbah Hospital, Murwillumbah, NSW at age 69.
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8. Joseph William Pollard, son of Benjamin Pollard and Sophia Brown, was born on 28 Oct 1857 in Dalton, NSW, died on 10 Mar 1926 in Gunning, NSW at age 68, and was buried in 47 Dalton Cemetery Methodist Section.

General Notes: 12536/1857 3873/1926

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 68.

Joseph married Jane Cooke in 1877 in Burrowa, NSW. Jane was born on 3 Nov 1858, died on 13 Jul 1935 at age 76, and was buried in 47 Dalton Methodist Cemetery, NSW.

Children from this marriage were:

4         i.  Alfred Pollard (born on 4 Oct 1878 in Burrowa, NSW - died on 7 Nov 1955 in Rye Park, NSW)

         ii.  Ada Pollard was born on 4 Jun 1880 in Burrowa, NSW, died on 10 Sep 1956 at age 76, and was buried in Greendale Cemetery.

        iii.  Charlotte Pollard was born on 18 Sep 1882 in Burrowa, NSW, died on 11 May 1960 at age 77, and was buried in 23 Dalton Methodist Cemetery, NSW.

         iv.  David Pollard was born on 31 Jan 1885 in Burrowa, NSW1 and died on 27 Nov 1885 in Burrowa, NSW.1

          v.  Ethel Pollard was born on 2 Oct 1886 in Burrowa, NSW1 and died.

         vi.  Archie Pollard was born on 30 Nov 1888 in Boorowa, NSW, died on 2 Aug 1967 at age 78, and was buried in 46 Dalton Methodist Cemetery, NSW.

        vii.  Elizabeth Pollard was born on 17 Sep 1890 in Burrowa, NSW1 and died. Another name for Elizabeth was Liza.

       viii.  Arthur Pollard was born on 11 Aug 1896 in Burrowa, NSW1 and died.




9. Jane Cooke, daughter of John Cooke and Charlotte Parks, was born on 3 Nov 1858, died on 13 Jul 1935 at age 76, and was buried in 47 Dalton Methodist Cemetery, NSW.

Noted events in her life were:

Physical Description: Age: 77.

Jane married Joseph William Pollard in 1877 in Burrowa, NSW. Joseph was born on 28 Oct 1857 in Dalton, NSW, died on 10 Mar 1926 in Gunning, NSW at age 68, and was buried in 47 Dalton Cemetery Methodist Section.

10. William Holgate, son of William Holgate and Harriet Roffe, was born on 6 Sep 1852 in Keswick, near Gunning, died on 23 Apr 1932 in Rye Park, NSW at age 79, and was buried on 25 Apr 1932 in Rye Park, NSW.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: Mr and Mrs William Holgate (Junior)
Married 60 Years - Diamond Wedding - 4th October 1871 (per D.J.H.)Sixty years of married life were celebrated by Mr & Mrs William Holgate of Rye Park, who were married on October 4th, 1871.
The Diamond Wedding was observed with a quiet family reunion, at which 48 people were present. With one exception all relatives including Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren were present for the festivities. Numbered among the guests were Mrs Holgate's brother, Mr Phillip Waters accompanied by his son and daughter-inlaw.
Mr Holgate, who was the eldest son of the late Mr & Mrs William Holgate (Senior) of Jerrawa, was born at "Keswick" near Gunning on September 6th 1852. His wife was formally Miss Mary Ann Waters, eldest daughter of the late Mr. & Mrs John Waters of Gunning, came to Australia at the age of three, with her parents. The family coming to Australia in the old sailing ship "Tan Tivvy". She was a native of Weston, Colville, Cambridgeshire, England., and was born on June 26th, 1851.
Mr & Mrs Holgate were loyal Methodists; they were married by the Rev. Bernard Kenny. Mr & Mrs Holgate were members of the Primitive Methodist Church until the Union was brought about in 1902, and sice then have been loyal Methodists. For many years Mr Holgate served his church as a Local Preacher in the Boorowa Circuit until advancing years and failing eyesight brought about a cessastion of his labours.
Bridesmaid at the 1871 wedding was Miss Mary Ann Granger, daughter of the late Mr & Mrs David Granger of Collector. She, afterwards married Mr David Wheatley who was Best Man at the Mr & Mrs Holegate's Wedding.
The recent Diamond Wedding celebration marked the first occasion on which the family had been united since Mr & Mrs Holegate's children had married.
After refreshments had been dispensed, Rev. Barker, Methodist minister of Cowra, and formerly of the Boorowa Circuit, conducted a short service at their home.
"Sixty Years, Wednesday October 4th 1931" was inscribed on the two decker Wedding cake, made and decorated by the eldest daughter - Mrs J.C.Tickner, of Canberra.
They have many descendants: Of the family of nine children, seven survive. They are George (Grenfell), Albert (Rye Park), Frank (Young), Mrs J.C.Tickner (Canberra), Mrs A. Pollard (Rye Park), Mrs J.Cooke (Goulburn)and Mrs G.S.Pearsall (Rye Park). There are 30 Grandchildren, three of whom are married, and 2 Great Grandchildren.

DEATH: Mr William Holgate Died April 23rd, 1932. (per D.J.H.)
There passed on 23rd April, 1932, a very old and respected resident of the little township of Rye Park, in the Boorowa circuit, in the person of Mr William Holgate at the age of 79 years.Mr Holgate was a loyal member of the Methodist Church. He was the eldest son of the late Mr and Mrs William Holgate of Jerrawa, and was born at Keswick, near Gunning.
He married Miss Waters, eldest daughter of the late Mr and Mrs John Waters of Gunning. They celebrated their diamond jubilee of their married life with a family reunion on 4th October last.
The Family alter was raised in their home from the beginning of the home life. Prayers were a part of the daily exercises throughout.
Mr. Holgate was of quiet disposition and his honest and upright life had won him many friends.During his failing health, he was always bright and cheerful.
Mr Holgate's name stood as the oldest local preacher in the Boorowa Circuit. He was also a local preacher in the Yass Circuit before the Boorowa Circuit was formed, but on account of his age and failing eyesight, he had not been able to take active work for some time.
His remains were laid to rest in the Rye Park Cemetery on Monday, 25th April, in the presence of a huge gathering of friends and relatives.
A special memorial service was held in the Church at Rye Park on the following Sunday. The Church was suitably draped by friends of the deceased, and was filled, showing the high esteem in which he was held. The service was conducted by Rev. G.A.Little.
Mr Holgate is survived by his wife, three sons and four daughters, thirty Grandchildren and three Great Grandchildren.
The sons are George (Grenfell), Albert (Rye Park), Frank (Young).The daughters are Mrs J.C.Tickner (Canberra), Mrs A.Pollard and Mrs G.S.Pearsall (Rye Park), also Messrs Edward Holgate (Rye Park), Mark (Ryde), and Stephen (Grenfell) are brothers. While his surviving sisters are Mrs Atkins (Dalton), Mrs S.Pollard (Castle Hill), Mrs Olysen and Mrs Gale of (Goulburn).

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 80.

William married Mary Ann Waters on 4 Oct 1871 in Western Grange, Near Gunning. Mary was born on 26 Jun 1851 in Cambridgeshire, England, died on 17 Dec 1939 in Rye Park, NSW at age 88, and was buried in Rye Park, NSW.

Marriage Notes: DJH - Married by Rev. Bernard Kermy.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  David Holgate was born on 25 Mar 1873 in Jerrawa, NSW, died on 11 Dec 1880 in Jerrawa, NSW at age 7, and was buried in Holgate Burial Plot, Methodist Church, Dalton.

         ii.  George Holgate was born on 21 Oct 1875 in Jerrawa, NSW, died on 30 Jul 1949 in Grenfell, NSW at age 73, and was buried in Methodist Section - Grenfell, NSW.

        iii.  William John Holgate was born on 12 Nov 1877 in Young, NSW and died on 8 May 1878 in Grenfell, NSW.

         iv.  Albert Holgate was born on 22 Feb 1879 in Young, NSW, died on 14 Jul 1963 at age 84, and was buried in Rye Park, NSW.

          v.  Selena Halls Holgate was born on 16 Feb 1882 in Crookwell, NSW, died on 14 Feb 1957 in Canberra, ACT at age 74, and was buried in Canberra, ACT.

5        vi.  Harriet Ann Holgate (born on 26 Dec 1883 in Gunning, NSW - died on 18 Jul 1950, buried in Rye Park, NSW)

        vii.  Amy Rose Holgate was born on 14 Sep 1885 in Whitton and died on 15 Nov 1947 in Goulburn, NSW at age 62.

       viii.  Frank Herbert Holgate was born on 8 Jun 1887 in "Muttama", Rye Park, NSW, died on 27 Jul 1962 in Fivedock, NSW at age 75, and was buried in Abbotsford, NSW.

         ix.  Martha Matilda Holgate was born on 17 Jul 1890 in Vanderville, Rye Park, died on 4 Mar 1979 in Yass District Hospital at age 88, and was buried in Rye Park, NSW.


11. Mary Ann Waters, daughter of John Waters and Selena Halls, was born on 26 Jun 1851 in Cambridgeshire, England, died on 17 Dec 1939 in Rye Park, NSW at age 88, and was buried in Rye Park, NSW.

General Notes: DEATH: Death of Mrs Mary Holgate- nee Waters. 1939. (per D.J.H.)
Wife of Mr William Holgate - the death is reported of Mrs Mary Ann Holgate of Rye Park, at the age of 88 years.Born in England, Mrs Holgate came to Australia with her parents, the late Mr and Mrs John Waters, formerly of Gunning. They came to Australia 85 years ago in the old sailing ship "Tanivvy". (Tantivy - arrived Sydney Sep 9, 1854 refer State Records - Index of Arrivals 1837 - 1925 GVP)
In 1871 she married William Holgate (Junior) who predeceased her seven years ago. She is survived by a family of four daughters and three sons. Mr Phillip Waters (Jerrewa), George Waters (Goulburn) and James Waters (Crookwell) are her brothers.

BIRTH: I previously had Weston Colville, England. GP

Noted events in her life were:

Physical Description: Age: 88.

Mary married William Holgate on 4 Oct 1871 in Western Grange, Near Gunning. William was born on 6 Sep 1852 in Keswick, near Gunning, died on 23 Apr 1932 in Rye Park, NSW at age 79, and was buried on 25 Apr 1932 in Rye Park, NSW.

12. William Joseph Bonsor, son of Isaac Bonsor and Harriet Waterfield, was born in 1857 in Old Radford, Nottinghamshire, England and died on 8 Jan 1910 at age 53.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: 1881 census states William was aged 24 and was a lace maker. His wife was aged 27 and they had a daughter Eliza aged 3 all at Radford. - Sue Taylor

BIOGRAPHY: "I found William Joseph on the 1871 census, living with his parents at Duke Street, Radford, Notts. His father was Isaac, a Lace Maker aged 42 and born in Radford. His mother was Harriet, aged 36 and born in Groby, Leicestershire. William Joseph was a Lace Threader, and he had six siblings: Elleanor aged 15 - Lace Winder, Isaac aged 11 - Lace Threader, Thomas (8), Arthur (6), Sarah A (4) and Harriet (1). Thomas and Arthur were 'Scholars' and the place of birth for all the children was Old Radford, Notts.
Next I looked at the 1891 census, and found the family at 16 Stansfield St, Lenton, Nottingham, Notts. William was still a lace maker and they were living with daughter Eliza and son Isaac, aged 5." - Dave Leek.

BIOGRAPHY: A Christmas card in 1908 identified they where living at 16a, Stansfield Street, Nottingham. - GVP

CENSUS - 1901 At 16a Stansfield Street, Nottingham, William Joseph is recorded as a Widower with an occupation of Lacemaker. He has a son Isaac aged 15 who is an Apprentice Tailor. Also living with them is his married daughter, Eliza Nixon 23, her husband, Samuel James Nixon 25, a Leather Dresser and their 10 month old son William Leslie. - GVP

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 52.

William married Elizabeth Smedley in Sep 1876 in Radford, Nottinghamshire. Elizabeth was born in 1854 and died before 1901.

Marriage Notes: The 1881 census reported they lived at 5 Doubleday Yd, Radford, Nottingham Marriage GRO: Sept 1876; Radford; 7b; 275 - Dave Leek.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Eliza Bonsor was born in 1878.

6        ii.  Isaac Bonsor (born in 1885 - died on 1 Jan 1954 in Murwillumbah Hospital, Murwillumbah, NSW)


13. Elizabeth Smedley, daughter of John Smedley and Harriet, was born in 1854 and died before 1901.

General Notes: CENSUS RECORDS:
1861 - Elizabeth Smedley, aged 7, was living at Ilkeston Road, Radford. Her father was John, aged 35 and a cotton spinner. Her mother, Hariot, was 32 and she had a brother William aged 10 and a sister Hannah 4.
1871 - They were living at George Street, Radford. Her mother was stated as Harriett. Her father was still a cotton spinner along with her brother, William E. Elizabeth had an occupation of Cotton Doubler. The record mentions another sister, Eliza aged 9.
1881 - Elizabeth Bonsor 27, a Lace Clipper, is married to Wm Joseph Bonsor 34 a Lace Maker. They have a daughter, Eliza, aged 13 and a son Isaac, aged 5. They live at 5 Doubleday Yard, Radford, Nottinghamshire.
1891 - Elizabeth 37 is living at 16a Stansfield Street with William Jos 34, Eliza 13 and Isaac 5.
1901 - At 16a Stansfield Street, William Joseph is identified as a widower. GVP

Elizabeth married William Joseph Bonsor in Sep 1876 in Radford, Nottinghamshire. William was born in 1857 in Old Radford, Nottinghamshire, England and died on 8 Jan 1910 at age 53.


14. Josiah Leavers, son of William Leavers and Susan, was born about 1844.2

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: 1861 census identified that he was living at Radford with his parents and was aged 7 (according to the Ancestry Index) and a lacemaker. This would mean he was born about 1854. However the handwritten original census document is hard to decipher and it could read 17. This would match his age on the 1851 census which identifies he was born about 1844.
The 1891 census identified his occupation as Lacemaker and living at 25 Beresford, St., Radford, Nottingham, England. GVP

Josiah married Charlotte Marshall in 1875.3 Charlotte was born about 1851 in 8 Race Course Rd., Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.4

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Flora Leavers was born on 1 Aug 1876 and died on 17 Jul 1964 at age 87.

7        ii.  Ada Leavers (born on 27 Jul 1885 in Nottingham, England - died on 18 Jul 1983 in Taree NSW)




15. Charlotte Marshall, daughter of John Marshall and Catherine, was born about 1851 in 8 Race Course Rd., Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.4

General Notes: Lived at 2 Ruskin St., Radford Boulevarde, Nottingham, England when Ada and Willie came to Australia.

The 1891 census stated that she was born at Lincoln and was aged 40 meaning she was born around 1851. Checking the 1851 census showed three Charlotte Marshalls that were born in Lincolnshire around 1851, one was 2 months old and lived at 8 Race Course Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire. This would therefore appear to be our Charlotte. GVP

Charlotte married Josiah Leavers in 1875.3 Josiah was born about 1844.2
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16. Benjamin Pollard, son of William Pollard and Lucy Wheatley, was born on 5 Jun 1833 in Kent, England, was christened on 19 Nov 1833 in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England, died on 13 Apr 1915 in "Sunrise View", Dalton NSW at age 81, and was buried in 101 Dalton Cemetery Methodist Section. The cause of his death was Senile decay.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: Was a lay reader at the Dalton Methodist Church.
Must have come to Australia when he was 5 years old.

BIOGRAPHY: Was recorded as a Butcher in 1875 when he married Martha Atkins.

Milton Alchin identies that "Benjamin bought block # 10 consisting of 33 acreas at Jerrewa on 24/9/1856. When the railway came through in July 1876 it took a corner of Benjamin's block. The railway ran between William's block and block # 11 and Benjamin's block which divided these two blocks."

"Benjamin died at "Sunrise View", Dalton in 1915 (Gunning Rgr). "Sunrise View" was owned at the time by Johathan Holgate who was married to Hanna Elizabeth Pollard. Hanna was Benjamin and Sophia's 9th child". Source: Milton Alchin who obtained from Terry Pollard.

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 81.

Benjamin married Sophia Brown on 5 May 1856 in Goulburn, NSW. Sophia was born on 4 Feb 1839 in 'The Cowpastures', Cobbity, NSW and died on 2 Jul 1873 in Dalton, NSW at age 34.

Children from this marriage were:

8         i.  Joseph William Pollard (born on 28 Oct 1857 in Dalton, NSW - died on 10 Mar 1926 in Gunning, NSW)

         ii.  Sarah Lucy Pollard was born on 16 Aug 1858 in Yass, NSW and died in 1922 in Crookwell, NSW at age 64.

        iii.  Mary Jane Pollard was born on 14 Dec 1859 in Dalton, NSW, died on 19 Jul 1935 in Dalton, NSW at age 75, and was buried on 20 Jul 1935 in 34 Dalton Methodist Cemetery, NSW.

         iv.  Thomas Brown Pollard was born on 18 Aug 1862 in Yass, NSW, died in 1930 in Gunning, NSW at age 68, and was buried in 101 Dalton Methodist Cemetery, NSW.

          v.  Ellen Louise Pollard was born on 4 Apr 1864 in Yass, NSW and died in 1897 at age 33.

         vi.  Stephen Charles Pollard was born on 27 Mar 1866 in Rye Park, NSW, died on 5 Sep 1944 in Hornsby, NSW at age 78, and was buried in Rye Park, NSW.

        vii.  Richard Henry Pollard was born on 22 Nov 1868 in Dalton, NSW and died in 1941 in Canterbury, NSW at age 73.

       viii.  Elias Job Pollard was born on 22 Sep 1869 in Boorowa, NSW and died on 23 Jul 1942 in Tammin, WA at age 72.

         ix.  Hannah Elizabeth Pollard was born on 13 Oct 1871 in Dalton, NSW, died on 27 May 1942 at age 70, and was buried in 19 Dalton Methodist Cemetery, NSW.

          x.  Martha Sophia Pollard was born on 9 Jun 1873 in Yass, NSW and died in 1874 in Yass, NSW at age 1.

Benjamin next married Martha Atkins, daughter of John Atkins and Emma Unknown, on 26 May 1875 in 'Eshcol', Dalton, NSW. Martha was born in 1858 in Penrith, NSW and died in 1919 in Yass, NSW at age 61.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Earnest Benjamin Pollard was born on 27 Oct 1876 in Jerrawa, NSW, died on 22 Feb 1927 in Auburn, NSW at age 50, and was buried in Rookwood Cemetery (Church of England), NSW.

         ii.  Timothy John Pollard was born on 28 Jan 1878 in Catherine Creek, NSW and died on 29 Nov 1941 in Goulburn, NSW at age 63.

        iii.  David Alexander Pollard was born on 4 Mar 1879 in Yass, NSW and died.

         iv.  Ethel Emilina Lavina Pollard was born on 1 Aug 1880 in Yass, NSW, died in 1900 in Gunning, NSW at age 20, and was buried in 101 Dalton Methodist Cemetery/Cross, NSW.

          v.  Martha Maud Victoria Pollard was born on 22 Jan 1882 in Jerrawa, NSW, died on 14 Oct 1934 in Gunning, NSW at age 52, and was buried in 101 Dalton Methodist Cemetery, NSW.

         vi.  Charlotte Edith Christina Pollard was born on 22 Dec 1883 in Gunning, NSW and died.

        vii.  Frederick Leslie Pollard was born on 23 Sep 1885 in Catherine Creek, NSW and died.

       viii.  Donald Ross Pollard was born on 4 Jun 1887 in Gunning, NSW and died.

         ix.  Emma Lilian Pearl Pollard was born on 28 Mar 1889 in Gunning, NSW and died.

          x.  Annie Daisy May Pollard was born on 6 Mar 1891 in Gunning, NSW and died.

         xi.  George Gilfred Pollard was born on 24 Oct 1892 in Gunning, NSW, died in 1914 in Bowral, NSW at age 22, and was buried in Dalton Methodist Cemetery, NSW.

        xii.  Amos Levi Pollard was born on 24 Jul 1894 in Gunning, NSW, died in 1904 in Gunning, NSW at age 10, and was buried in 101 Dalton Methodist Cemetery, NSW.

       xiii.  Emily Florence Jemima Pollard was born on 11 Mar 1895 in Gunning, NSW and died.

        xiv.  Herbert Stanley Pollard was born on 6 Jun 1898 in Gunning, NSW, died on 18 Jul 1969 at age 71, and was buried in 441 Gunning Cemetery, NSW.

         xv.  Allen Jobez Pollard was born on 3 Oct 1899 in Gunning, NSW and died.

        xvi.  Albert Roy Pollard was born on 21 Jan 1904 in Gunning, NSW and died.


17. Sophia Brown, daughter of Thomas Brown and Sarah Turk, was born on 4 Feb 1839 in 'The Cowpastures', Cobbity, NSW and died on 2 Jul 1873 in Dalton, NSW at age 34.

General Notes: Primary cause of death enlargement of liver, secondary cause Typhoid Fever.
Buried Wesleyan Cemetery, Dalton.

Noted events in her life were:

Physical Description: Age: 34.

Sophia married Benjamin Pollard on 5 May 1856 in Goulburn, NSW. Benjamin was born on 5 Jun 1833 in Kent, England, was christened on 19 Nov 1833 in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England, died on 13 Apr 1915 in "Sunrise View", Dalton NSW at age 81, and was buried in 101 Dalton Cemetery Methodist Section. The cause of his death was Senile decay.

18. John Cooke, son of John Cooke and Sarah Unicomb, was born on 15 Apr 1824 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England, was christened on 6 Jun 1824, died on 17 Dec 1911 in Rye Park, NSW at age 87, and was buried in Rye Park Cemetery.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: John and Charlotte migrated to Australia with their children on the 'Northern Light' in 1858. GenForum - Kimelle (s_k_douglas?@bigpond.com)

He appeared on the census on 30 Mar 1851 in Ewhurst, Sussex, England. At 'Maddams Farm': John Cook, head, aged 26, occupation Agricultural Labourer, Charlotte, wife, John, son aged 6 - scholar, Francis(sic) daughter, and another person, Philadelphia (Barnes?)Relationship to family illegible. Also at 'Maddams Farm' were his father and family plus his brother James and his family.
He immigrated (sailed) from Liverpool on 'Northern Light' on 9 May 1858 to Sydney, NSW. John Cook, aged 34, farm labourer of Ewhurst Sussex. Parents, John and Sarah living at Ewhurst. Religion, C of E. Could read and write.
Relative in colony: an uncle Thomas Southwell of Queanbeyan.
State of health, good. Paid 1 pound.
(Also) Charlotte 31 of Salscombe (ie Sedlescombe), Sussex. Parents, William and Katherine Parks living at Salscombe. Religion C of E. Could read and write. Relative in colony: a brother Joseph? Parkes in Morton Bay. Health: good.
(Also children) John 13, farm labourer of Ewhurst, Sussex. Could neither read nor write. Mary 9, could read. Ann 6, neither read nor write.
Neryl M.

The Cooke Family arrived on 9th May 1858 according to the 'Cooke Book'.

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 87.

John married Charlotte Parks on 22 Jul 1844 in St.James Parish Church, Ewhurst, Sussex, England. Charlotte was born on 24 Jun 1827 in Sedlescombe, East Sussex, England1 and died on 6 Jun 1915 in Rye Park , NSW1 at age 87.

Marriage Notes: Emigrated to Australia in 1858 on the "Northern Light" with their children

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Cooke was born on 24 Sep 1844 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England, died on 8 Jun 1917 in Willow Dam, Weddin Shire, NSW at age 72, and was buried on 9 Jun 1917 in Presbyterian Cemetery, Grenfell, NSW.

         ii.  Frances Cooke was born on 15 Oct 18461 and died in 1851 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England at age 5.

        iii.  Mary Cooke was born on 1 Jan 18491 and died on 24 Apr 18741 at age 25.

         iv.  Anne Cooke was born on 12 May 18511 and died on 16 May 18861 at age 35.

          v.  Elizabeth Cooke was born on 4 Feb 18531 and died before 1858 in England.

9        vi.  Jane Cooke (born on 3 Nov 1858 - died on 13 Jul 1935, buried in 47 Dalton Methodist Cemetery, NSW)

        vii.  Thomas Cooke was born on 30 Jul 1860 in Queanbeyan, NSW1,5 and died in 1948 in Temora, NSW6 at age 88.

       viii.  James Cooke was born on 21 Dec 1862.1

         ix.  Hanner (Hannah) Cooke was born on 2 Jan 1867 in Binalong, NSW1 and died in 1867 in Binalong, NSW.7

          x.  Harriett Cooke 7 was born on 2 Jan 1867 in Binalong, NSW1 and died in 1867 in Binalong, NSW.8

         xi.  William Cooke was born on 15 Jul 1868.1


19. Charlotte Parks, daughter of William Parks, was born on 24 Jun 1827 in Sedlescombe, East Sussex, England1 and died on 6 Jun 1915 in Rye Park , NSW1 at age 87.

Noted events in her life were:

Physical Description: Age: 88.

Charlotte married John Cooke on 22 Jul 1844 in St.James Parish Church, Ewhurst, Sussex, England. John was born on 15 Apr 1824 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England, was christened on 6 Jun 1824, died on 17 Dec 1911 in Rye Park, NSW at age 87, and was buried in Rye Park Cemetery.

20. William Holgate, son of James Holgate and Maria Foster, was born on 23 Jul 1828 in Bromley, Middlesex, England, died on 1 Nov 1902 in Residence of Mr. Olzen, Cullerin. at age 74, and was buried on 2 Nov 1902 in Dalton, NSW.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: Came to Australia on the Tantevy

BURIAL: From Our Dalton Correspondent - 1902 (per DJH).
On Sunday afternoon 2nd November, 1902 the remains of the late Mr. William Holgate, Senior, (Who died the previous morning at the residence of Mr Olzen, Cullerin) (Son in law) were interred in the Wesleyan portion of the General Cemetery.
Rev. A. Cooper of Gunning conducted the service. There was a large attendance of relatives and friends.
Deceased, who had reached the age of 76 years, was an old and respected resident of the district, was a brother of Mr James Holgate Senior, of the "Rockstone Vale" Dalton.
At the afternoon service in the Methodist Church on the 9th Nov, inst. special mention was made by the Rev. A Cooper of the life and death of Mr. Holgate.

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 74.

William married Harriet Roffe on 2 Oct 1851. Harriet was born on 16 Oct 1832 in Newenden, Kent, England, died on 11 Apr 1902 at age 69, and was buried in Methodist Cemetery, Dalton.

Children from this marriage were:

10        i.  William Holgate (born on 6 Sep 1852 in Keswick, near Gunning - died on 23 Apr 1932 in Rye Park, NSW)

         ii.  Edward Holgate was born on 27 Aug 1854, died on 27 Aug 1854, and was buried in Holgate Burial Plot, Methodist Church, Dalton.

        iii.  James Holgate was born on 27 Aug 1854, died on 27 Aug 1854, and was buried in Holgate Burial Plot, Methodist Church, Dalton.

         iv.  John Holgate was born on 9 Sep 1855 in Jerrawa, NSW, died on 15 Sep 1855, and was buried in Holgate Burial Plot, Methodist Church, Dalton.

          v.  Edward Holgate was born on 12 Apr 1857 in Jerrawa, NSW, died, and was buried in Methodist Section, Goulburn, NSW.

         vi.  Priscilla Holgate was born on 17 Apr 1859 in Jerrawa, NSW, died on 26 Sep 1937 at age 78, and was buried in Dalton, NSW.

        vii.  Eliza Holgate was born on 14 Feb 1862 in Jerrawa, NSW, died on 22 Mar 1928 at age 66, and was buried in Methodist Cemetery, Dalton.

       viii.  David Holgate was born on 25 Jul 1864 in Jerrawa, NSW and died in Dec 1864.

         ix.  Sarah Holgate was born on 26 Oct 1865 in Jerrawa, NSW, died on 2 Aug 1952 in Goulburn, NSW at age 86, and was buried in Methodist Section, Goulburn, NSW.

          x.  Mark Holgate was born on 15 Aug 1867 in Jerrawa, NSW, died on 20 Jul 1946 at age 78, and was buried in Methodist Section, Goulburn, NSW.

         xi.  Harriet Ann Holgate was born on 28 Dec 1869 in Gunning, NSW and died on 11 Nov 1956 in Rye Park, NSW at age 86.

        xii.  Matilda G. Holgate was born on 11 Oct 1873, died on 30 May 1951 at age 77, and was buried in Goulburn Cemetery, Goulburn, NSW.

       xiii.  Stephen Holgate was born on 7 Jun 1876 in Jerrawa, NSW, died on 25 Mar 1960 at age 83, and was buried in Grenfell, NSW.


21. Harriet Roffe, daughter of Edward Roffe and Sarah Gibb, was born on 16 Oct 1832 in Newenden, Kent, England, died on 11 Apr 1902 at age 69, and was buried in Methodist Cemetery, Dalton.

General Notes: ARRIVED: Came on the barque 'Argyle'. Left Plymouth Dec 12 1838 and arrived Sydney (Botany Bay) April 1,1839. Originated Gravesend Nov 28? She was 6 on the voyage.

DEATH: Mrs William Holgate Senior Died at Jerrawa, 11th April, 1902. Aged 69 years. (per DJH)
After a very short illness, lasting but a few days, the death of Mrs William Holgate Senior, took place at her residence, Jerrawa, on Friday night, immediate cause of death being blood poisoning.
The deceased was the daughter of the late Mr Edward Roffe. Besides her husband, leaves a large family of children, and a big circle of friends and relations in the district.
Her remains were interred in the Wesleyan Cemetery on Sunday afternoon in the presence of a very large gathering. Rev. A. Cooper officiated at the grave.

Noted events in her life were:

Physical Description: Age: 70.

Harriet married William Holgate on 2 Oct 1851. William was born on 23 Jul 1828 in Bromley, Middlesex, England, died on 1 Nov 1902 in Residence of Mr. Olzen, Cullerin. at age 74, and was buried on 2 Nov 1902 in Dalton, NSW.

22. John Waters, son of Phillip Waters and Anne Missen, was born on 28 Apr 1823 in Cambridgeshire, England and died on 16 Sep 1902 in Gunning, NSW at age 79.

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 78.

John married Selena Halls in 1849 in Cambridgeshire, England. Selena was born on 7 Jul 1827 in Cambridgeshire, England and died on 28 Jul 1921 in Goulburn, NSW at age 94.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  James Waters was born in 1849 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England and died in 1851 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England at age 2.

11       ii.  Mary Ann Waters (born on 26 Jun 1851 in Cambridgeshire, England - died on 17 Dec 1939 in Rye Park, NSW)

        iii.  James Sydney Waters was born on 19 Jul 1854 at sea En Route To Australia and died on 4 Jul 1947 in Crookwell, NSW at age 92.

         iv.  Phillip Waters was born on 19 May 1856 in Gunning, NSW, died on 1 Sep 1944 in Dalton, NSW at age 88, and was buried in Methodist Cemetery, Dalton.

          v.  John Waters was born on 24 Apr 1858 in NSW and died on 23 Aug 1915 at age 57.

         vi.  Francis Waters was born on 17 Sep 1860 in NSW and died on 6 Jun 1935 in Bathurst, NSW at age 74.

        vii.  Elizabeth Waters was born on 17 Nov 1862 in NSW and died on 27 Jul 1921 in Goulburn, NSW at age 58.

       viii.  Selena Maria Waters was born on 28 Jan 1865 in NSW and died on 13 Nov 1950 in Goulburn, NSW at age 85.

         ix.  William George Waters was born on 26 Sep 1867 in NSW and died on 3 Jul 1943 in Goulburn Base Hospital, NSW (Probably) at age 75.

          x.  Martha Alice Waters was born on 31 Jul 1871 in NSW, died on 11 Sep 1912 in Gunning, NSW at age 41, and was buried on 13 Sep 1912 in Gunning, NSW.


23. Selena Halls, daughter of James Halls and Elizabeth Granger, was born on 7 Jul 1827 in Cambridgeshire, England and died on 28 Jul 1921 in Goulburn, NSW at age 94.

Noted events in her life were:

Physical Description: Age: 92.

Selena married John Waters in 1849 in Cambridgeshire, England. John was born on 28 Apr 1823 in Cambridgeshire, England and died on 16 Sep 1902 in Gunning, NSW at age 79.

24. Isaac Bonsor, son of William Bonsor and Elleanor Leatherland, was born on 30 Nov 1828.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: "The 1861 census shows Isaac (32) and Harriet (36 - miraculously the same age as in 1871!!!!) in Radford, with children Eleanor Ann (5 - scholar), William Joseph (4 - scholar) and Isaac (1 month). There is no street address, but the next entry is for Ilkeston Road. Isaac's occupation was 'Grocer and Lace maker'.

BIOGRAPHY: Next, I looked for the marriage of Isaac Bonsor and Harriet. I found it on FREEBMD, GRO reference: JUN 1855; RADFORD; 7b; 228. Harriet Waterfield was on the same page as Isaac.

BIOGRAPHY: The 1851 census shows Isaac aged 22, occupation Lace Maker, living on St Peters Street Radford Notts with his parents William (aged 57) - a coal miner born in Coleorton, Leicestershire, and Elleanor (aged 47) - born in Radford Notts. Also in the house is Elizabeth Bonsor, step-daughter aged 35 born in Lenton, Notts. This is almost illegible but I think she was a widow. Her occupation is 'Lace Dresser'. There is also Eliza, aged 12 a lace mender, and a grandson William Bonsor aged 9 (I think)." Dave Leek.

Isaac married Harriet Waterfield in Jun 1855 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.9 Harriet was born on 27 Apr 1828 in Hallaton, Leicestershire..

Marriage Notes: Note from GRO: JUN 1855; Radford; 7b; 228 - David Leek

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Eleanor Bonsor was born in 1856 in Old Ratford, Nottinghamshire.

12       ii.  William Joseph Bonsor (born in 1857 in Old Radford, Nottinghamshire, England - died on 8 Jan 1910)

        iii.  Isaac Bonsor was born in 1861 in Old Ratford, Nottinghamshire.

         iv.  Thomas Bonsor was born in 1862 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.10

          v.  Arthur Bonsor was born in 1864 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.10

         vi.  Larkham Bonsor was born in 1867 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.10

        vii.  Frank Bonsor was born in 1872 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.10

       viii.  Herbert Bonsor was born in 1874 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.10

         ix.  John Bonsor was born in 1877 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.10


25. Harriet Waterfield, daughter of Henry Waterford and Mary Unknown, was born on 27 Apr 1828 in Hallaton, Leicestershire..

Harriet married Isaac Bonsor in Jun 1855 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.9 Isaac was born on 30 Nov 1828.

26. John Smedley 2 was born about 1826.

General Notes: CENSUS: 1871 - John 53 lived at George Street, Nottingham. He was a Cotton Spinner. He lived with his wife Harriett 42, William E. 20, also Cotton Spinner, Elizabeth 17, a Cotton Double, Hannah 13 and Eliza 9.

1881 - They lived at 1 Charter St., Radford, Nottingham. John was identified as a Lace Thread Maker. Harriett was there along with Eliza 19, a Lace Curtain Mender, his daughter Hannah Marsden 24, a Cotton Winder and two granddaughters; Laura 2 and Gertrude 1.

1901 - John is now a Grocer/Shopkeeper.

John married Harriet. Harriet was born about 1829.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  William Smedley 2 was born about 1851.

13       ii.  Elizabeth Smedley (born in 1854 - died before 1901)

        iii.  Hannah Smedley 2 was born about 1857.


27. Harriet was born about 1829.

Harriet married John Smedley.2 John was born about 1826.

28. William Leavers, son of James Leavers and Lucy, was born about 1823 in Radford, Nottinghamshire, England.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: The 1861 UK Census identifies that William was 38 years old and was a Lacemaker. At the time they were living at Radford, Nottinghamshire, England. GVP

William married Susan.2 Susan was born about 1823. Other names for Susan were Susanah and Susanna.

The child from this marriage was:

14        i.  Josiah Leavers (born about 1844)


29. Susan 2 was born about 1823. Other names for Susan were Susanah and Susanna.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: Susan is living at Radford, Nottinghamshire during the 1851, 1861 and 1881 census. On the 1881 census her name is listed as Susanna whereas on the 1851 her name is Susanah. GVP

Susan married William Leavers. William was born about 1823 in Radford, Nottinghamshire, England.

30. John Marshall 4 was born about 1808.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: The 1851 census identifies that they were at 8 Race Course Rd., Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England. His occupation was a Joiner. GVP

John married Catherine. Catherine was born about 1809.4

The child from this marriage was:

15        i.  Charlotte Marshall (born about 1851 in 8 Race Course Rd., Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England)


31. Catherine was born about 1809.4

Catherine married John Marshall.4 John was born about 1808.
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32. William Pollard, son of John Pollard and Sarah Reeds, was born in Sussex, England, was christened on 20 Jun 1806 in St Margaret the Queen, Buxted, East Sussex, England,11 and died on 12 Apr 1885 in Yass, NSW at age 78.

General Notes: Buried Wesleyan Cemetery, Yass.
Came to Australia with Tom Brown on the Duchess of Northumberland (left England (Gravesend) Nov 13, 1837 and arrived at Botany Bay ?,Apr 23, 1838.

Listed as 217 steerage passengers - mechanics and farm labourers on www.blaxland.com/ozships. Departure London Dec 2 1838 (must be 1837) to Sydney Apr 23, 1838 via Cape Mar 4. (Apr 23 stated on State Records Index to Vessels 1837 - 1925 GVP)
Age on arrival William 31, Lucy 34, Margaret 7, Benjamin 4, Emily 2 from Sussex. via email lynbrown@dragnet.com.au

LAND: Owned land at Catherine Creek. (Refer Purchases and Land Grants 1820-1856.)

The Government Gazette mentions under Land Allotments, Colonial Treasury, Sydney, 28th April 1851 that 30 acres were allocated to William Pollard at a price of 30 pounds. At the same time Tom Brown and Arthur Bush were allocated the same size blocks for the same price.
On 1st November, 1851 (255), William Pollard was assigned lot 36.

The Government Gazette in Sept, 1846 mentions that William Pollard had an unclaimed letter. On Jan 31, 1851, a similar note recorded that Pollard Wm - Goulburn, had an unclaimed letter. GVP

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 78.

William married Lucy Wheatley in 1829 in England. Lucy was born on 4 May 1804 in Buxted, East Sussex, England, was christened on 6 May 1804 in St Margaret the Queen, Buxted, East Sussex, England,11 died on 20 Jan 1874 in "Catherine Creek", Dalton, NSW at age 69, and was buried in Dalton Wesleyan Church, NSW. The cause of her death was Dysentry.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Margaret Pollard was born on 16 Aug 1830 in Kent, England, was christened on 17 Nov 1830 in Wesleyan Chapel, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, died on 17 Apr 1914 in Dalton, NSW at age 83, and was buried in 4 Dalton Methodist Cemetery.

16       ii.  Benjamin Pollard (born on 5 Jun 1833 in Kent, England - died on 13 Apr 1915 in "Sunrise View", Dalton NSW)

        iii.  Emily Frances Pollard was born on 29 Dec 1834 in Sussex, England, was christened on 4 Jun 1835 in St Marys Lane Wesleyan, Lewes, East Sussex, England, died on 13 Apr 1916 in Gunning, NSW at age 81, and was buried in Greendale Cemetery, near Dalton.

         iv.  Frances Pollard was born on 18 Apr 1839 in South Creek, NSW, was christened on 19 May 1839 in St Luke's Church of England, Liverpool, NSW, died on 28 Jul 1909 in Fairfield at age 70, and was buried on 29 Jul 1909 in Rookwood Cemetery (Methodist), NSW.

          v.  Ellen Pollard was born on 27 Jul 1842 in The Oaks, NSW, was christened on 4 Sep 1842 in The Oaks, NSW, and died on 17 May 1934 in Goulburn, NSW at age 91.

William next married Jane Howell in 1883 in Dalton, NSW.


33. Lucy Wheatley, daughter of John Wheatley and Elizabeth Mercy Wheeler, was born on 4 May 1804 in Buxted, East Sussex, England, was christened on 6 May 1804 in St Margaret the Queen, Buxted, East Sussex, England,11 died on 20 Jan 1874 in "Catherine Creek", Dalton, NSW at age 69, and was buried in Dalton Wesleyan Church, NSW. The cause of her death was Dysentry.

General Notes: Her brother John, lead Tom Brown to Christ.
Her nephew John, started Dalton Church.

BIOGRAPHY: Entry in the 1832 accounts of the Overseers of the Poor in Buxted says that "William Pollard's wife wants a girl to look after Wheatley'.
A later entry says "William Pollard's wife wants cloths for girl and 11 pence a week to keep her." - Information supplied by Paul Collins UK.

Noted events in her life were:

Physical Description: Age: 69.

Lucy married William Pollard in 1829 in England. William was born in Sussex, England, was christened on 20 Jun 1806 in St Margaret the Queen, Buxted, East Sussex, England,11 and died on 12 Apr 1885 in Yass, NSW at age 78.

34. Thomas Brown, son of James Brown and Mary Russell, was born on 3 Aug 1806 in Burwash, East Sussex, England and died on 16 Feb 1871 in Dalton, NSW at age 64.

General Notes: Immigrated from Buxted, Sussex on the ship "Duchess of Northumberland".
Left Gravesend, November 13, 1837 and arrived at Sydney Cove on April 23, 1838. GVP

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 64.

Thomas married Sarah Turk on 26 Apr 1831 in Withyham, Sussex, England. Sarah was born on 18 Dec 1812 in Withyham, Hartfield, UK12 and died on 26 Sep 1902 in "Dog Rock" Farm, Dalton, NSW. at age 89. Another name for Sarah was Sarah Benn Turk.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Stephen Brown was born on 11 Feb 1832 in Sussex, England and died on 8 Aug 1910 at age 78.

         ii.  Harriet Brown was born on 8 Oct 1833 in Sussex, England and died on 26 Feb 1913 at age 79.

        iii.  James Brown was born on 18 Oct 1835 in Sussex, England and died.

17       iv.  Sophia Brown (born on 4 Feb 1839 in 'The Cowpastures', Cobbity, NSW - died on 2 Jul 1873 in Dalton, NSW)

          v.  Sarah Brown was born on 20 Apr 1841 and died on 30 Jul 1919 in Dalton, NSW at age 78.

         vi.  Thomas Brown was born on 27 Nov 1842.

        vii.  Caroline Brown was born on 23 Jul 1845 and died on 16 Aug 1908 at age 63.

       viii.  David Brown was born on 30 Jun 1847 and died on 15 Sep 1861 at age 14.

         ix.  Benjamin Brown was born on 5 Feb 1850 and died on 11 Apr 1888 at age 38.

          x.  Mary Brown was born on 2 May 1852 and died on 29 Aug 1861 at age 9.

         xi.  Elias Brown was born on 13 Apr 1854 and died on 18 Feb 1908 at age 53.

        xii.  Ebenezer Brown was born on 13 Apr 1857 and died on 25 Sep 1861 at age 4.

       xiii.  Job Brown was born on 15 May 1859 and died on 13 Jan 1937 at age 77.


35. Sarah Turk, daughter of Thomas Turk and Sarah, was born on 18 Dec 1812 in Withyham, Hartfield, UK12 and died on 26 Sep 1902 in "Dog Rock" Farm, Dalton, NSW. at age 89. Another name for Sarah was Sarah Benn Turk.

General Notes: May have the name Sarah Benn Turk. GVP

Noted events in her life were:

Physical Description: Age: 90.

Sarah married Thomas Brown on 26 Apr 1831 in Withyham, Sussex, England. Thomas was born on 3 Aug 1806 in Burwash, East Sussex, England and died on 16 Feb 1871 in Dalton, NSW at age 64.

36. John Cooke, son of William Cooke and Mary Hicks, was born on 5 Sep 1799 and was christened on 13 Oct 1799 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England.

General Notes: He appeared on the census in 1851 in Ewhurst, Sussex, England. Residence - Maddams (Farm) head, aged 57. Occupation - Agricultural Labourer. Sarah his wife, son George 15 also Agricultural Labourer. Daughter, Harriet - scholar. NM

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 203.

John married Sarah Unicomb on 17 Oct 1820 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England. Sarah was born on 22 Oct 1800 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England and was christened on 28 Dec 1800 in Ewhurst Parish Church, East Sussex, England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  William Cooke was born in 1822 and was christened on 28 Apr 1822.

18       ii.  John Cooke (born on 15 Apr 1824 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England - died on 17 Dec 1911 in Rye Park, NSW)

        iii.  Thomas Cooke was born in 1825 and was christened on 1 Jan 1826.

         iv.  James Cooke was christened on 3 Feb 1828.

          v.  Sarah Cooke was born in 1830 and was christened in 1835.

         vi.  George Cooke was born on 18 Apr 1835 and was christened on 11 Jun 1835.

        vii.  Harriet Cooke was born on 12 Aug 1838 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England and was christened in 1839.


37. Sarah Unicomb, daughter of William Unicomb and Ann Salmes, was born on 22 Oct 1800 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England and was christened on 28 Dec 1800 in Ewhurst Parish Church, East Sussex, England.

Noted events in her life were:

Physical Description: Age: 202.

Sarah married John Cooke on 17 Oct 1820 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England. John was born on 5 Sep 1799 and was christened on 13 Oct 1799 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England.

38. William Parks 13 was born about 1797.

William married someone.

His child was:

19        i.  Charlotte Parks (born on 24 Jun 1827 in Sedlescombe, East Sussex, England - died on 6 Jun 1915 in Rye Park , NSW)


40. James Holgate, son of Joseph Holgate and Sarah, was born on 28 Mar 1807 in Stanford Rivers, Essex, England, was christened on 17 May 1807, died on 9 Jul 1886 in Dalton, NSW at age 79, and was buried in Holgate Burial Plot, Methodist Church, Dalton.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: Old Bailey Proceedings, 24th November 1834.
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT
SESSIONS PAPER.
WINCHESTER, MAYOR.
FIRST SESSION, HELD NOVEMBER 24, 1834.
MINUTES OF EVIDENCE,
Taken in Short-hand.
BY HENRY BUCKLER.
LONDON:
PRINTED BY WILLIAM TYLER, IVY- LANE, ST. PAUL'S;
PUBLISHED BY GEORGE HEBERT, CHEAPSIDE.
1834.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.
SESSIONS HOUSE, OLD BAILEY.
WINCHESTER MAYOR.- FIRST SESSION.

Reference Number: t18341124-1
1. JOHN HOLGATE and JAMES HOLGATE were indicted, for that they, on the 1st of October, at St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, about four o'clock in the night, the dwelling -house of John Thompson, feloniously and burglariously did break and enter, with intent the goods in the said dwelling -house, feloniously and burglariously to steal, and feloniously and burglariously stealing there in 2 gallons measure of brandy, value 3 pounds.; 1 gallon measure of shrub, value 16s.; and 2 bottles, value 6s.; the goods the said John Thompson.
JOHN THOMPSON. I am a publican, and live at No. 113, Long-lane, in the parish of St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey. On the 30th of September, I went to bed, leaving my cellar safe, at a quarter to eleven o'clock. I am quite certain the listenings were quite safe. I go to my cellar from the dwelling-house, there is a flap outside the house, which is only used to take in liquor. I am master of the house, it is my dwelling-house. I fastened the cellar flap by three bolts. I was alarmed about four o'clock in the morning by the policemen, William Shields and Thomas Bradley Beck, it was not light. I opened the window, got a light, and came down. I opened the door, let the policemen in, and they sent me back wards. I went towards the cellar door, and found that open. I had shut it at night, the back door leading into my yard was open. I had left that shut and fastened, on entering the cellar, I found the cellar flap also broken open, the bolts were bent, and partly off. I found nobody there. I missed a bottle, containing two gallons of brandy, and a stone bottle, containing shrub. I am sure they were in the cellar the night before, at a quarter before eleven o'clock. I had seen the prisoner, John Holgate, the morning before, he helped the brewer's man to put two barrels of ale into my cellar. I never saw him before, to my knowledge. I am sure he is the man. I saw him in custody of the policeman close to my door that very morning when I was alarmed, the hinges of the cellar flap were wrenched out of the wood work.
Cross-examined by MR. PHILLIPS. Q. Were you the last person up in the house? A. No; my wife was, she is not here. My pot-boy slept in the house, he had gone to bed before me. I took the key of the cellar up to the bedroom with me when I went to bed, nobody could get to the cellar.
THOMAS BRADLEY BECK. I am a policeman. About three o'clock on the morning in question, I went down a passage by the side of the prosecutor's house, which leads to his cellar when I got down, I saw a man standing by the side of Thompson's cellar flap it was the prisoner, James Holgate. I took him into custody, and asked what he was doing there, he said he had been drinking with his brother at Dockhead, and had come down there to ease himself. Dockhead is near Rotherhithe. I told him he must go with me to the station-house. I took him there, and then returned to the passage, and found the prisoner, John Holgate, in the passage, he was five or six yards from where I had found his brother. I asked him where he came from, he said he had been lying down there asleep. I asked him how long he had been lying there, he said it might be an hour, or it might be two or three hours, for what he knew. I took him into custody. I took him nearer to the cellar flap, and knocked my foot against a stone bottle, which I have here. I examined, and found the cellar flap open. I found another stone bottle near the one I first found, one contained brandy and the other shrub. The passage is no thoroughfare, there are some small gardens at the bottom, but it is no thoroughfare. I produce the bottles.
Cross-examined. Q. Is there not a thoroughfare to some cottages down the passage? A. There is a dwelling-house, and there is a thoroughfare to that. It was about three o'clock when I took James Holgate. I will not be positive that it had struck three, the station-house is nearly a quarter of a mile from where I took him. Inspector Fagan discharged him. I did not observe the cellar flap at the time I took James, I did not see any thing amiss in it. I had not time to examine it. I believed it was shut, it was nearly half an hour after I took James that I returned, there was plenty of time to open the flap.
THOMAS JOHN READY (policeman M 104.) I was on duty on the 30th of September, in Long-lane, Bermondsey, and saw the two prisoners between one and two o'clock, walking together within sixty or seventy yards of Mr. Thompson's house. John Holgate asked me, "Is this Long-lane?" I said, "Yes", he asked me if I knew where the Rose and Flower was. I said, "No". I turned round, saw a constable passing, and asked him in their hearing, and he said, "It may be the Rose and Crown?". "That is it," said the prisoner, John Holgate, he told them where it was, and they both went away. I am positive they were together.
MR. THOMPSON. The sign of my house is the Rose and Crown. I can swear to both these bottles. I had not had them long.
FRANCIS FAGAN . I am inspector of the police. I was at the station-house, and remember the prisoner, James Holgate, being brought there by the witness, Beck. I discharged him, he stated to me that he had been to see his brother at Dockhead, that he had been drinking, and lost his way, and turned up the court to ease himself, about an hour after he was discharged, the other prisoner was brought in. I detained him, and sent a constable in pursuit of James Holgate.
Cross-examined. Q. Before you discharged him, had you taken his address? A. I did, he gave me, "No. 4, Picket-place, Temple-bar", it was not Crown-court, Picket-place.
WILLIAM SHIELDS (policeman M 157.) I examined the cellar flap, and we afterwards went to find the prisoner, James Holgate, I went into the Strand, and found him in Wych-street, Strand. I believe there is a Picket-place in the Strand. I found him in a corn wagon in Wych-street. I took him to the station-house. I did not make him any promise or threat. I asked where he had been last night, this was about twelve o'clock in the day time, there were two or three men in the wagon besides him. I called out "Holgate", he came out of the wagon, and said, "My name is James Holgate", he was sitting or leaning on the corn sacks. I asked where he had been last night, he said he was at home last night at his own place by ten o'clock, and he could prove it. I asked him, "Have not yon been over the water last night?", he said, "No, I have not", the station-house he was at is on the Surrey side of the river.
Cross-examined. Q. How did you find out the wagon he was in? A. From information I received; I had gone to his own place. I do not know what address he gave at the station-house.
COURT. Q. How could you find his lodging, if yon did not get it at the station-house? A. I got it at the brewhouse which supplied the prosecutor with beer, it is close by Temple-bar.
John Holgate. I leave my defence to my Counsel.
James Holgate. I leave it to my Counsel.
JOHN HOLGATE- GUILTY- DEATH . Aged 30.
JAMES HOLGATE- GUILTY- DEATH . Aged 27.

BIOGRAPHY: Convict Arrivals 1788-1842. 1835 indents - Fiche 714, page 124.

BIOGRAPHY: Came to Australia as a convict in 1835 .Refer "Convict Arrivals 1788 - 1842" page 124 (Fiche 714 1835 Indents) James aged 28 (recorded on indent as 24 but this would appear to be incorrect) arrived on the England II with his brother John (aged 32). The ship's master was Thomas Baron and the surgeon superintendent,Obediah Pines. The ship contained 230 male convicts with no deaths recorded on the journey. They arrived on Sept 28, 1835. John (35-2023) is listed as married with children one boy and one girl. He came from Essex and was a Farm servant. It is recorded that he was a protestant. He was convicted of housebreaking and was sentenced to life at Central Criminal Court Nov 24 1834. Dark ruddy complexion,brown hair, hazel eyes and 5' 5" tall. Distinguishing feature - scar under right eye, perpendicular scar on centre of forehead with sc arson centre chin and over left eyebrow. Top of finger missing on right hand. It is recorded that he could read but not write. He received a Conditional pardon (CP 48/2000) and a ticket of Exceptional Leave(43/2327).

Refer "Holgates and Heathfield".
It is recorded "The family story was that they saw a lady in need of aid, and went and got some brandy to save her life".
"In 1842 James Holgate was converted to Christianity under the Ministry of Rev. Lightbody at Bringelly."
"James Holgate was granted a ticket of leave (No. 2327) in 1843 at Penrith, (No. 8842) in 1847. He received a conditional pardon on Dec 1, 1848 the condition being that he did not return to England. The Governor of NSW who issued the pardon was Sir Charles Augustus Fitzroy. His release in 1848 was 14 years after his conviction in 1834 and he was now 41 years old.
"More information is available in "Holgates and Heathfield".
Note: In the 1837 Convict Musters James is not listed.

Government Gazette: 4/12/1848 Convict Indulgence - P1767.
1/1/1863 Land Transaction P127.

BIOGRAPHY: Petition to be re-united with his family.
James Holgate requested "his family may be sent to this colony at the expense of Government". This was done via a petition, dated January 21st, 1838, to Lieut. Col. Kenneth Snodgras. The petition was rejected on the grounds that he was "Not entitled to apply until he has been seven years in the colony; his sentence being life."
The petition only records two children; William, aged 10 years, and Eliza, aged 7 years. No mention is made of Stephen. Maria's place of residence was Parish of St. Clements, Strand, London.
Respectable Persons to whom Petitioner's Family are know are; Mrs Alderman Pirie and ? Frazer, both of Camberwell, London and Mr Butterfield Esq, Milford Lane, Strand, London.

Colonial Secretary correspondance ref 38/5005 - Reel 2214 at State Records Office, 2 Globe St., The Rocks, NSW.

BIOGRAPHY: Another Story on James and Maria Holgate. James and Maria were born and lived in England. Here they married and had three children. Two boys and a girl. They were William, Eliza and Stephen. Stephen died on the way out to Australia and was buried at sea. James Holgate (my grandfather) was sent out from England with a ship load of convicts. (He saw a woman in need of aid, and he went and got some brandy to save her life.) He was caught stealing and charged with theft, then sent to Australia. His wife was left with the children to battle for survival. A rich and kind lady that Grandmother worked for, came to her help, and paid her passage out, and supplied her with two beautiful trunks made of cedar wood, filled with clothing, etc. Also furniture to set up a place for her when she arrived in Australia. When she arrived at Campbelltown, where Grandfather was in prison, the Governor was so kind, and let them see each other. In fact, my Dad said he left the key in his cell door. My Dad was born at Campbelltown. Later they came to "Rockstone Vale", Dalton. The Holgate's still own and live on that land. Granted a pardon after 14 years, but never to return to England. Written by: Eva Nash (Nee Holgate), Ganmain, August, 1975.

BIOGRAPHY: They came to Dalton (or Joroway as it was called then) about 1850. The 30 acres 2 roods of land were bought at auction. Known as "Rockstone Vale", (this would be some of the land Jonathon Holgate had in later years). Deeds applied for 30 July, 1852. Issued 15 Nov 1852. 30 pound, 10 shillings. Jerrewa Creek. Rent of Lease 1863. 110 freehold acres. one pound. County King, Parish Dalton.
Mention of land purchases is also recorded in the Government Gazette, 12th Oct. 1852.

Unclaimed Letters: The Government Gazette records that James had an Unclaimed Letter at Cambelltown in August, 1846 and one at Yass on 1st Jan. 1854.

DEATH: Paper Clipping in DJH information.
James was born at Stanford Rivers, Essex, England. On March 28 1807. He was married to the present Mrs. Holdgate in July 1827. He came to the colony in 1835. In 1842 he was converted under the ministry of the Rev. Lightbody at Brinjelly. In 1864-65 he joined our people, the Primitive Methodist Church, and fell into our ranks to rise to everlasting victory. For fifteen years before his death, on July 9th, 1886, he was bedridden, all of which he bore with Christian fortitude and patience. The last forty-eight hours of his life were exceedingly painful but he was conscious to the last. We visited him on Monday before his death and found him peaceful and confident. In fact we always enjoyed visiting him, his countenance was always lighted up with happiness, and his responses to our prayers were weighty. He had one peculiar wish - namely - that no funeral sermon should be preached and so we refrained. His body was interred at Dalton in the Family Burial Plot. We trust we shall all meet him at God's right hand.

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 79.

James married Maria Foster in Jul 1827 in England. Maria was born in 1804 and died on 30 May 1894 in Dalton, NSW at age 90.

Children from this marriage were:

20        i.  William Holgate (born on 23 Jul 1828 in Bromley, Middlesex, England - died on 1 Nov 1902 in Residence of Mr. Olzen, Cullerin.)

         ii.  Eliza Holgate was born in 1831 and died.

        iii.  Emily Holgate was born on 8 Jul 1833 and died.

         iv.  James Holgate was born on 14 Oct 1841 in Campbelltown and died on 7 Jun 1919 in "Rockstone Vale" Dalton at age 77.

          v.  Stephen Holgate died in 1840 on board ship on the voyage to Australia..


41. Maria Foster, daughter of Unknown and Unknown, was born in 1804 and died on 30 May 1894 in Dalton, NSW at age 90.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: Refer "Holgate and Heathfield".
"Maria was a laundress and worked for a wealthy family in England after James was transported to New South Wales. She was described as being a shortish, small woman. The family for whom she worked treated her well and paid the fare for her and her 3 children to come to New South Wales to find her husband James. In addition to the fare the generous family provided Maria with two beautiful cedar trunks filled with clothing plus some furniture to set up house in N.S.W. She sailed for Sydney probably in 1840. Her youngest son Stephen, died on the voyage and was buried at sea. She arrived in Sydney probably in early 1841 and went to live at Campbelltown where James was held as convict. The Governor was so kind that he let them see each other. In fact he left the key in his cell door. James and Maria had a son James (Junior) nine months after Maria arrived and he was born at Campbelltown."

Noted events in her life were:

Physical Description: Age: 90.

Maria married James Holgate in Jul 1827 in England. James was born on 28 Mar 1807 in Stanford Rivers, Essex, England, was christened on 17 May 1807, died on 9 Jul 1886 in Dalton, NSW at age 79, and was buried in Holgate Burial Plot, Methodist Church, Dalton.

42. Edward Roffe, son of James Roffe and Elizabeth Wonger, was born on 12 Nov 1799 in Tunbridge, Kent, England, was christened on 8 Dec 1799 in Mount Ephraim-Lady Huntingdon's, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England,14 died on 19 May 1889 at age 89, and was buried in Greendale Cemetery, near Dalton.

General Notes: BIRTH PLACE: Tunbridge was change to Tonbridge in 1870 because of the confusion with Tunbridge Wells.

CHRISTENING PLACE: Refer http://www.roughwood.net/PostcardAlbum/Kent/TunbridgeWells/TunWellsEmmanuelChurch.htm

ARRIVED: Came on the barque 'Argyle'. Left Plymouth Dec 12 1838 and arrived Sydney (Botany Bay) Apr 1 1839. He is listed as "Ross" on passenger list.

LAND: Had 40 acres at Jerrawa. (Refer Purchases and Land Grants 1820-1856.)
In the Government Gazette Edward Roffe purchased 50 acres against Lot 5
(128). William Bush purchased lot 4 of 32 acres (127) and James Holgate purchased 30 acres and 2 rood against lot 2 (126). The deeds were all dated 12th Oct, 1852.

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 88.

Edward married Sarah Gibb on 10 Oct 1823 in East Grinstead, Sussex, England. Sarah was born in 1801, was christened on 15 Apr 1803 in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England, and died on 4 Apr 1880 in Jerrawa, NSW at age 79.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Hannah Roffe was born on 15 Dec 1824.

         ii.  Mary Roffe was born on 1 Dec 1826 and died on 29 Apr 1885 at age 58.

        iii.  James Roffe was born on 23 Jan 1829 and died in 1900 at age 71.

         iv.  Jane Roffe was born on 18 Jan 183115 and died on 11 Sep 191315 at age 82.

21        v.  Harriet Roffe (born on 16 Oct 1832 in Newenden, Kent, England - died on 11 Apr 1902, buried in Methodist Cemetery, Dalton)

         vi.  Sarah Roffe was born on 20 Jun 1835.16

        vii.  Carolyn Roffe was born on 31 Jul 183816 and died on 10 Jun 1839 in Botany, NSW.

       viii.  Eliza Roffe was born on 31 Mar 1840 and died on 23 Jan 1923 at age 82.

         ix.  Matilda Roffe was born on 29 Jun 1843.

          x.  Alice Roffe was born in 1848.

Edward next married Phoebe Emerson 16 on 26 Oct 1880 in Jerrawa, NSW.


43. Sarah Gibb, daughter of Thomas Gibb and Ann Budgen, was born in 1801, was christened on 15 Apr 1803 in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England, and died on 4 Apr 1880 in Jerrawa, NSW at age 79.

General Notes: ARRIVED: Came on the barque 'Argyle'. Left Plymouth Dec 12 1838 and arrived Sydney (Botany Bay) Apr 1 1839. Originated Gravesend Nov 28?

Noted events in her life were:

Physical Description: Age: 79.

Sarah married Edward Roffe on 10 Oct 1823 in East Grinstead, Sussex, England. Edward was born on 12 Nov 1799 in Tunbridge, Kent, England, was christened on 8 Dec 1799 in Mount Ephraim-Lady Huntingdon's, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England,14 died on 19 May 1889 at age 89, and was buried in Greendale Cemetery, near Dalton.

44. Phillip Waters, son of Phillip Waters and Mary Crask, was born in 1800 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England and died on 11 Aug 1865 in Cambridgeshire, England at age 65.

Phillip married Anne Missen on 10 Nov 1821 in Cambridgeshire, England. Anne was born in 1800 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England and died on 23 Jul 1863 in Cambridgeshire, England at age 63.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Mary Ann Waters was born in 1822 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England and was buried on 5 Aug 1822 in St Mary's, Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, Eng.17

22       ii.  John Waters (born on 28 Apr 1823 in Cambridgeshire, England - died on 16 Sep 1902 in Gunning, NSW)

        iii.  Maria Waters was born in 1825 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England and died on 3 Jan 1909 in Queensland at age 84.

         iv.  James Waters was born in 1830 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England, died in Jan 1839 in Cambridgeshire, England at age 9, and was buried on 12 Jan 1839 in St Mary's, Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

          v.  Emma Waters was born in 1833 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England and died in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England.

         vi.  Francis Waters was born in 1834 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England.

        vii.  Martha Waters was born in 1837 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England and was buried on 14 May 1837 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England.

       viii.  Mary Waters was born in 1840 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England and died on 19 Nov 1927 in Tallengalla, Qld at age 87.


45. Anne Missen, daughter of John Missen and Mary Andrews, was born in 1800 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England and died on 23 Jul 1863 in Cambridgeshire, England at age 63.

Anne married Phillip Waters on 10 Nov 1821 in Cambridgeshire, England. Phillip was born in 1800 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England and died on 11 Aug 1865 in Cambridgeshire, England at age 65.

46. James Halls, son of James Halls and Ann Andrews, was christened on 6 Mar 1791 in Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Apr 1834 at age 43, and was buried on 13 Apr 1834 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

James married Elizabeth Granger on 21 Nov 1817 in Cambridgeshire, Eng. Elizabeth was christened on 2 Mar 1794 in Cambridgeshire, Eng and died.

The child from this marriage was:

23        i.  Selena Halls (born on 7 Jul 1827 in Cambridgeshire, England - died on 28 Jul 1921 in Goulburn, NSW)


47. Elizabeth Granger, daughter of Joseph Granger and Mary Tarver, was christened on 2 Mar 1794 in Cambridgeshire, Eng and died.

Elizabeth married James Halls on 21 Nov 1817 in Cambridgeshire, Eng. James was christened on 6 Mar 1791 in Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Apr 1834 at age 43, and was buried on 13 Apr 1834 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

48. William Bonsor, son of Thomas Bonsor and Mary Marsden, was born on 2 Nov 1793 in Coleorton, Leicestershire..

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: "The 1841 census shows Willm Bonser (aged 48) living in Radford with his wife Ellinor (aged 42) and children Emma (20), Joseph (15), John (14), Isaac (12), Mary (10) and Eliza (2) - all born in Radford. Many ages on the 1841 census were rounded to the nearest 5 years.
I then looked on the IGI for the marriage of William and Eleanor. I found it on 6th Feb 1826 at Radford, Notts to ELLEANOR LEATHERLAND. I found Elleanor's christening on the IGI - 15th December 1799 in Radford.
I then found an earlier marriage for William Bonsor to Mary Bowles on 10th August 1814 at Lenton, Nottingham (where 'step-daughter' Elizabeth was born). It appears that Mary died and William remarried. I found Elizabeth's christening on the IGI - christened 15th November 1814 in Lenton (there is a duplicate entry for Radford, for some reason). By copying the IGI batch number for this christening, I then searched for other christenings at the same place where the parents were called William and Mary. This produced the following:
Hannah christened 12th May 1816, Emma christened 16th May 1818, Emma christened 26th August 1819, Joseph christened 7th July 1822. Of course it is not impossible that another William and Mary Bonsor christened children at the same place in this time period, but the IGI doesn't show another William Bonser marrying a Mary in Lenton or Radford at this time. My guess is that the first Emma probably died in infancy and they named the next child Emma as well.
Finally, I used the IGI to find a christening for William Bonser at Coleorton, Leicestershire on 2nd November 1793. The parents were Thomas Bonser and Mary Marsden. I found Elleanor Leatherland's christening - 15th December 1799 at Radford, Notts - parents were John Leatherland and Hannah Daft." Dave Leek.

William married Mary Bowles on 10 Aug 1814 in Lenton, Nottinghamshire.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elizabeth Bonsor was born on 15 Nov 1814 in Lenton, Nottinghamshire.

         ii.  Hannah Bonsor was born on 12 May 1816 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.

        iii.  Emma Bonsor was born on 16 May 1818 in Lenton, Nottinghamshire.

         iv.  Emma Bonsor was born on 29 Aug 1819 in Lenton, Nottinghamshire.

          v.  Joseph Bonsor was born on 7 Jul 1822 in Lenton, Nottinghamshire.

William next married Elleanor Leatherland on 6 Feb 1826 in Radford, Nottinghamshire. Elleanor was born on 15 Dec 1799 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Bonsor was born on 22 Apr 1827 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.

24       ii.  Isaac Bonsor (born on 30 Nov 1828)

        iii.  Mary Ann Bonsor was born on 19 Jun 1831 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.

         iv.  William Bonsor was born on 4 Sep 1836 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.

          v.  Eliza Bonsor was born in 1839 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.


49. Elleanor Leatherland, daughter of John Leatherland and Hannah Daft, was born on 15 Dec 1799 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.

Elleanor married William Bonsor on 6 Feb 1826 in Radford, Nottinghamshire. William was born on 2 Nov 1793 in Coleorton, Leicestershire..

50. Henry Waterford .

Henry married Mary Unknown.

The child from this marriage was:

25        i.  Harriet Waterfield (born on 27 Apr 1828 in Hallaton, Leicestershire.)


51. Mary Unknown .

Mary married Henry Waterford.

56. James Leavers was born about 1771.18

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: During the 1841 census him and his family were living at Snenton, Nottinghamshire. He was aged 70. GVP

James married Lucy. Lucy was born about 1783.

Marriage Notes: On the 1841 census a Helen Leavers, aged 30 and a Betty Leavers, aged 1 were present. GVP

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elizabeth Leavers was born about 1820.18

         ii.  Ann Leavers was born about 1822.

28      iii.  William Leavers (born about 1823 in Radford, Nottinghamshire, England)

         iv.  Maria Leavers was born about 1828.


57. Lucy was born about 1783.

Lucy married James Leavers. James was born about 1771.18
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64. John Pollard, son of Thomas Pollard and Mary Stevens, was christened on 25 Jun 1758.

John married Sarah Reeds on 9 Oct 1792 in Arlington, England.

Marriage Notes: Information supplied by Paul Collins.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Stephen Pollard was christened on 30 Jun 1793.

         ii.  John Pollard was christened on 25 Jan 1795.

        iii.  George Pollard was born on 16 Oct 1796.

         iv.  Elizabeth Pollard was christened on 3 Oct 1802.

          v.  Mary Pollard was christened on 3 Oct 1802.

32       vi.  William Pollard (christened on 20 Jun 1806, born in Sussex, England - died on 12 Apr 1885 in Yass, NSW)


65. Sarah Reeds .

Sarah married John Pollard on 9 Oct 1792 in Arlington, England. John was christened on 25 Jun 1758.


66. John Wheatley, son of William Wheatley and Sarah Berwick, was born in 1764.

John married Elizabeth Mercy Wheeler.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Wheatley was born on 19 Apr 1792 in Ashdowns Forest, England, died on 12 Dec 1872 in Waggallalah, NSW at age 80, and was buried on 14 Dec 1872 in Gunning, NSW.

         ii.  William Wheatley was born in 1795 in Buxted, East Sussex, England.

        iii.  Richard Wheatley was born on 2 Dec 1798 in Buxted, East Sussex, England.

         iv.  David Wheatley was born on 25 Mar 1802 in Buxted, East Sussex, England and died on 26 Jul 1878 in Gunning, NSW at age 76.

33        v.  Lucy Wheatley (born on 4 May 1804 in Buxted, East Sussex, England - died on 20 Jan 1874 in "Catherine Creek", Dalton, NSW)

         vi.  Jane Wheatley was born on 19 Mar 1811 in Buxted, East Sussex, England.


67. Elizabeth Mercy Wheeler .

Elizabeth married John Wheatley. John was born in 1764.

68. James Brown .

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: Information supplied by Lyn Brown lynbrown@dragnet.com

James married Mary Russell.

The child from this marriage was:

34        i.  Thomas Brown (born on 3 Aug 1806 in Burwash, East Sussex, England - died on 16 Feb 1871 in Dalton, NSW)


69. Mary Russell .

Mary married James Brown.

70. Thomas Turk, son of Unknown and Anne Turk, was born in 1771 in Rotherfield, East Sussex, England, was christened on 1 Dec 1771 in St. Denys Church, Rotherfield, East Sussex, England, died in Dec 1852 in Buxted, East Sussex, England at age 81, and was buried on 27 Dec 1852 in St Margarets Parish Church, Buxted, East Sussex, England.19

Thomas married Mary Page 20 on 13 Jan 1793 in St Margarets Parish Church, Buxted, Sussex. Mary was born in 1771 in Maresfield, East Sussex, England,12 was christened on 23 Feb 1771 in St Bartholomew Parish Church, Maresfield, East Sussex, England, died in Jul 1805 in Maresfield, Sussex, England at age 34, and was buried on 30 Jul 1805 in St Bartholomew Parish Church, Maresfield, Sussex, England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Mary Ann Turk was born in May 1793 in Buxted, East Sussex, England12 and was christened on 26 May 1793 in St Margarets Parish Church, Buxted, East Sussex, England.

         ii.  Jane Turk was born in 1795 in Buxted, East Sussex, England.12

        iii.  Thomas Turk was born in 1798 in Buxted, East Sussex, England.12

         iv.  John Turk was born in 1800 in Buxted, East Sussex, England.12

          v.  James Turk was born in 1804 in Buxted, East Sussex, England.12

Thomas next married Sarah.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  James Turk was born about 1806 in Buxted, East Sussex, England21 and was christened on 26 Feb 1832 in Buxted, East Sussex, England.

35       ii.  Sarah Turk (born on 18 Dec 1812 in Withyham, Hartfield, UK - died on 26 Sep 1902 in "Dog Rock" Farm, Dalton, NSW.)

        iii.  Stephen Turk was born in 1817 in Buxted, East Sussex, England.22


71. Sarah .

Sarah married Thomas Turk. Thomas was born in 1771 in Rotherfield, East Sussex, England, was christened on 1 Dec 1771 in St. Denys Church, Rotherfield, East Sussex, England, died in Dec 1852 in Buxted, East Sussex, England at age 81, and was buried on 27 Dec 1852 in St Margarets Parish Church, Buxted, East Sussex, England.19

72. William Cooke, son of Daniel Cooke and Elizabeth Kennett, was born about 1771 in Rye, East Sussex, England.23

William married Mary Hicks on 27 Mar 1797 in Salehurst, Sussex, England. Mary was born about 1776 in Burwash, East Sussex, England.23

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Eleanor ? Cooke

36       ii.  John Cooke (born on 5 Sep 1799, christened Ewhurst, East Sussex, England)

        iii.  Mary Cooke was christened on 29 Jul 1804.

         iv.  Hannah Cooke was christened on 11 Jan 1807 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England.

          v.  Eliza Cooke was born on 25 Feb 1810,24 was christened on 25 Mar 1810 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England,25 died on 20 Mar 1852 at age 42, and was buried in St.John's Church of England, Canberra, ACT.


73. Mary Hicks, daughter of William Hicks and Hannah Punnett, was born about 1776 in Burwash, East Sussex, England.23

General Notes: NM

Mary married William Cooke on 27 Mar 1797 in Salehurst, Sussex, England. William was born about 1771 in Rye, East Sussex, England.23

74. William Unicomb, son of Samuel Unicomb and Lydia Darby, was born in 1759 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England.

Noted events in his life were:

Physical Description: Age: 243.

William married Ann Salmes on 29 Oct 1793 in Sussex, England.26 Ann was born in 1763 in Sussex, England27 and died on 17 Dec 1835 in Sussex, England at age 72. Another name for Ann was Ann Selmes.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Jonas Unicomb was born in 1796 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England and died in 1878 in Molong, NSW at age 82.

37       ii.  Sarah Unicomb (born on 22 Oct 1800 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England)

        iii.  Harriet Unicomb was born in 1802.


75. Ann Salmes was born in 1763 in Sussex, England27 and died on 17 Dec 1835 in Sussex, England at age 72. Another name for Ann was Ann Selmes.

Ann married William Unicomb on 29 Oct 1793 in Sussex, England.26 William was born in 1759 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England.

Ann next married Anthony Osbourne.

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  William Osbourne was born on 28 Aug 1788 and was christened in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England.


80. Joseph Holgate, son of John Holgate and Margaret Carr, was christened on 6 Dec 1761 and died.

General Notes: Baptised 1761 BIOGRAPHY: DJH - Joseph Holgate was a labourer & probably lived at Stanford Rivers, where James was born. Mother's name was unknown.

Joseph married Sarah. Sarah died.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Holgate was born in 1803 and died.

         ii.  William Holgate was christened on 30 Sep 1804 and died.

40      iii.  James Holgate (born on 28 Mar 1807 in Stanford Rivers, Essex, England - died on 9 Jul 1886 in Dalton, NSW)

         iv.  David Holgate died.

          v.  Anne Holgate died.


81. Sarah died.

General Notes: Baptisted 1761

Sarah married Joseph Holgate. Joseph was christened on 6 Dec 1761 and died.

84. James Roffe was born about 1770 in Speldhurst, Kent, England.28

James married Elizabeth Wonger.29 Elizabeth was born about 1770.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  George Roffe was born on 5 Mar 1798 and was christened on 8 Apr 1798 in Mount Ephraim-Lady Huntingdons, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, Endland.14

42       ii.  Edward Roffe (born on 12 Nov 1799 in Tunbridge, Kent, England - died on 19 May 1889, buried in Greendale Cemetery, near Dalton)

        iii.  John Roffe was born on 10 Jan 1804 and was christened on 29 Jan 1804 in Mount Ephraim-Lady Huntingdons, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, Endland.14

         iv.  Richard Roffe was born on 25 Sep 1805 and was christened on 20 Oct 1805 in Mount Ephraim-Lady Huntingdons, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, Endland.14


85. Elizabeth Wonger 29 was born about 1770.

Elizabeth married James Roffe. James was born about 1770 in Speldhurst, Kent, England.28

86. Thomas Gibb,30 son of Thomas Gibb and Elizabeth Ready, was born about 1775 in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England.

Thomas married Ann Budgen on 28 Mar 1794 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England.30 Ann was born about 1777 in East Grinstead, Sussex, England and was christened on 16 May 1777 in East Grinstead, Sussex, England.30

The child from this marriage was:

43        i.  Sarah Gibb (born in 1801, christened East Grinstead, West Sussex, England - died on 4 Apr 1880 in Jerrawa, NSW)


87. Ann Budgen was born about 1777 in East Grinstead, Sussex, England and was christened on 16 May 1777 in East Grinstead, Sussex, England.30

Ann married Thomas Gibb 30 on 28 Mar 1794 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England.30 Thomas was born about 1775 in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England.

88. Phillip Waters, son of Francis Waters and Martha Hall, was born on 21 Mar 1773 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England, died in Jan 1841 in Cambridgeshire, England at age 67, and was buried on 21 Jan 1841 in St Mary's, Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Phillip married Mary Crask on 30 Jun 1799 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England. Mary was born on 2 Nov 1777 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England, died in Dec 1867 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England at age 90, and was buried on 16 Dec 1867 in St Mary's, Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Children from this marriage were:

44        i.  Phillip Waters (born in 1800 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England - died on 11 Aug 1865 in Cambridgeshire, England)

         ii.  Elizabeth Waters was born in 1801 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England.

        iii.  John Waters was born on 8 Jul 1803, died in 1832 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England at age 29, and was buried on 22 Jun 1832 in St Mary's, Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

         iv.  Maria Waters was born on 23 Jul 1805 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England.

          v.  Martha Waters was born on 1 Apr 1807 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England.

         vi.  James Waters was born on 5 Jun 1809 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England.

        vii.  Alice Waters (or Warters) was born in 1811 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England.


89. Mary Crask was born on 2 Nov 1777 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England, died in Dec 1867 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England at age 90, and was buried on 16 Dec 1867 in St Mary's, Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Mary married Phillip Waters on 30 Jun 1799 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England. Phillip was born on 21 Mar 1773 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England, died in Jan 1841 in Cambridgeshire, England at age 67, and was buried on 21 Jan 1841 in St Mary's, Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

90. John Missen, son of John Missen and Mary Woolard, was born in 1757 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England and died in Dec 1819 at age 62.

John married Mary Andrews on 1 Nov 1783 in Cambridgeshire, Eng. Mary was born about 1765, died in Nov 1812 in Cambridgeshire, England aged about 47, and was buried on 20 Nov 1812 in Cambridgeshire, England.

The child from this marriage was:

45        i.  Anne Missen (born in 1800 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England - died on 23 Jul 1863 in Cambridgeshire, England)


91. Mary Andrews, daughter of William Andrews and Anne Brignell, was born about 1765, died in Nov 1812 in Cambridgeshire, England aged about 47, and was buried on 20 Nov 1812 in Cambridgeshire, England.

Mary married John Missen on 1 Nov 1783 in Cambridgeshire, Eng. John was born in 1757 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England and died in Dec 1819 at age 62.

92. James Halls, son of Edward Halls and Elizabeth Swan, was born in Oct 1760 in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire, Eng and died on 19 Mar 1852 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 91.

James married Ann Andrews on 11 Oct 1790.

The child from this marriage was:

46        i.  James Halls (christened on 6 Mar 1791 in Cambridgeshire, Eng - died in Apr 1834, buried in Cambridgeshire, Eng)


93. Ann Andrews .

Ann married James Halls on 11 Oct 1790. James was born in Oct 1760 in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire, Eng and died on 19 Mar 1852 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 91.

94. Joseph Granger, son of William Granger and Sarah Whiteacre.

Joseph married Mary Tarver on 29 Jan 1785.

The child from this marriage was:

47        i.  Elizabeth Granger (christened on 2 Mar 1794 in Cambridgeshire, Eng - died)


95. Mary Tarver, daughter of Jonas Tarver and Mary Gally.

Mary married Joseph Granger on 29 Jan 1785.

96. Thomas Bonsor, son of Unknown and Unknown.

Thomas married Mary Marsden.

The child from this marriage was:

48        i.  William Bonsor (born on 2 Nov 1793 in Coleorton, Leicestershire.)


97. Mary Marsden .

Mary married Thomas Bonsor.

98. John Leatherland .

John married Hannah Daft on 28 Mar 1796 in St Peters, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Ann Leatherland was born on 15 Jul 1798 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.

49       ii.  Elleanor Leatherland (born on 15 Dec 1799 in Radford, Nottinghamshire)

        iii.  Fanny Leatherland was born on 15 Jul 1804 in Radford, Nottinghamshire.


99. Hannah Daft .

Hannah married John Leatherland on 28 Mar 1796 in St Peters, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire.
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128. Thomas Pollard .

Thomas married Mary Stevens on 24 Oct 1754.

The child from this marriage was:

64        i.  John Pollard (christened on 25 Jun 1758)


129. Mary Stevens .

Mary married Thomas Pollard on 24 Oct 1754.

132. William Wheatley died in 1810.

William married Sarah Berwick. Sarah died in 1808.

The child from this marriage was:

66        i.  John Wheatley (born in 1764)


133. Sarah Berwick died in 1808.

Sarah married William Wheatley. William died in 1810.

141. Anne Turk was born in 1747 in Rotherfield, East Sussex, England,12 was christened on 15 Oct 1747 in St Denys Church, Rotherfield, East Sussex, England, died in Mar 1824 in Poorhouse, Rotherfield, East Sussex at age 77, and was buried on 2 Mar 1824 in St Denys Church, Rotherfield, East Sussex, England.

General Notes: History of Saint Deny's Church: http://www.stdenysrotherfield.org.uk/history.html

Anne married someone.

Her child was:

70        i.  Thomas Turk (born in 1771 in Rotherfield, East Sussex, England - died in Dec 1852 in Buxted, East Sussex, England)


144. Daniel Cooke .23

Daniel married Elizabeth Kennett on 8 Feb 1757 in Rye, East Sussex, England.31 Elizabeth was born about 1753 in Rye, East Sussex, England.23

The child from this marriage was:

72        i.  William Cooke (born about 1771 in Rye, East Sussex, England)


145. Elizabeth Kennett, daughter of Thomas Kennett and Elizabeth Woodham, was born about 1753 in Rye, East Sussex, England.23

Elizabeth married Daniel Cooke 23 on 8 Feb 1757 in Rye, East Sussex, England.31

146. William Hicks .23

William married Hannah Punnett 23 on 29 Jun 1767 in Burwash, East Sussex, England.23

The child from this marriage was:

73        i.  Mary Hicks (born about 1776 in Burwash, East Sussex, England)


147. Hannah Punnett .23

Hannah married William Hicks 23 on 29 Jun 1767 in Burwash, East Sussex, England.23

148. Samuel Unicomb was born about 1734 in St.James, Ewhurst, East Sussex, England32 and died on 8 May 1774 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England33 aged about 40.

General Notes: BIRTH: Date of birth approximate (Peter Clark4@ntlworld.com)

BIRTH DATE: A number have a birthdate of 1744 for Samuel but this would mean he was 15 when he married and his wife was 25. GVP

Samuel married Lydia Darby on 15 Jan 1759 in St James, Ewhurst, East Sussex, England.34 Lydia was born in 1734 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England35 and died in 177434 at age 40.

Children from this marriage were:

74        i.  William Unicomb (born in 1759 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England)

         ii.  Samuel Unicomb was born in 1761 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England.

        iii.  Hannah Unicomb was born in 1766 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England.

         iv.  Sarah Unicomb was born in 1771 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England.

          v.  James Unicomb was born in 1774 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England.


149. Lydia Darby was born in 1734 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England35 and died in 177434 at age 40.

Lydia married Samuel Unicomb on 15 Jan 1759 in St James, Ewhurst, East Sussex, England.34 Samuel was born about 1734 in St.James, Ewhurst, East Sussex, England32 and died on 8 May 1774 in Ewhurst, East Sussex, England33 aged about 40.

160. John Holgate died.

General Notes: Refer "Holgates and Heathfield", "Prior to that the records do not show a direct line but it is likely that the earliest recorded Holgates in the family line were Edward Holgate and Joane Fynch who were married in 1551 and lived in the same place in Essex.". Mention is also made of Thomas Holgate (probably born between 1640 & 1660) and John (Jone)Holgate & Ann. Son of Thomas - Baptised 1679.

John married Margaret Carr in 1755 in Stanford Rivers, Essex, England. Margaret died.

The child from this marriage was:

80        i.  Joseph Holgate (christened on 6 Dec 1761 - died)


161. Margaret Carr died.

Margaret married John Holgate in 1755 in Stanford Rivers, Essex, England. John died.

172. Thomas Gibb, son of Thomas Gibb and Jane, was born about 1740 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England.30

Thomas married Elizabeth Ready on 21 Mar 1775 in East Grinstead, Sussex, England.30 Elizabeth was born about 1752 in East Grinstead, Sussex, England.

The child from this marriage was:

86        i.  Thomas Gibb 30 (born about 1775 in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England)


173. Elizabeth Ready was born about 1752 in East Grinstead, Sussex, England.

Elizabeth married Thomas Gibb on 21 Mar 1775 in East Grinstead, Sussex, England.30 Thomas was born about 1740 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England.30

176. Francis Waters, son of Francis Waters and Mary Hammond, was born in 1736 in Cambridgeshire, England, died in 1795 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England at age 59, and was buried on 11 Jan 1795 in All Saints, Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Francis married Martha Hall on 13 Nov 1766 in Toft, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Martha was born on 29 May 1736, died in Nov 1816 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England at age 80, and was buried on 20 Nov 1816 in St Vigour, Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Mary Waters was born in 1767 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England.

88       ii.  Phillip Waters (born on 21 Mar 1773 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England - died in Jan 1841 in Cambridgeshire, England)

        iii.  Francis Waters was born on 13 Oct 1776 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England.


177. Martha Hall was born on 29 May 1736, died in Nov 1816 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England at age 80, and was buried on 20 Nov 1816 in St Vigour, Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Martha married Francis Waters on 13 Nov 1766 in Toft, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Francis was born in 1736 in Cambridgeshire, England, died in 1795 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England at age 59, and was buried on 11 Jan 1795 in All Saints, Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

180. John Missen, son of Gilbert Missen and Joan Jaggard, was born in 1698 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng and died on 12 Jan 1787 in Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 89.

John married Mary Woolard on 31 Mar 1746. Mary was born about 1723 in Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Apr 1771 in Cambridgeshire, Eng aged about 48, and was buried on 22 Apr 1771 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

The child from this marriage was:

90        i.  John Missen (born in 1757 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England - died in Dec 1819)


181. Mary Woolard, daughter of Martin Woolard and Ann Collett, was born about 1723 in Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Apr 1771 in Cambridgeshire, Eng aged about 48, and was buried on 22 Apr 1771 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Mary married John Missen on 31 Mar 1746. John was born in 1698 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng and died on 12 Jan 1787 in Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 89.

182. William Andrews, son of Nathaniel Andrews and Mary Free, was born in Mar 1734 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Jan 1790 in Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 55, and was buried on 14 Jan 1790 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

William married Anne Brignell on 2 Oct 1761 in Hinxton, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Anne was born about 1742 in Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Oct 1822 in Cambridgeshire, Eng aged about 80, and was buried on 11 Oct 1822 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

The child from this marriage was:

91        i.  Mary Andrews (born about 1765 - died in Nov 1812 in Cambridgeshire, England)


183. Anne Brignell, daughter of Richard Brignell and Catherine Ward, was born about 1742 in Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Oct 1822 in Cambridgeshire, Eng aged about 80, and was buried on 11 Oct 1822 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Anne married William Andrews on 2 Oct 1761 in Hinxton, Cambridgeshire, Eng. William was born in Mar 1734 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Jan 1790 in Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 55, and was buried on 14 Jan 1790 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

184. Edward Halls .

Edward married Elizabeth Swan on 13 Oct 1759 in Hadstock, Essex, Eng.

The child from this marriage was:

92        i.  James Halls (born in Oct 1760 in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire, Eng - died on 19 Mar 1852 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng)


185. Elizabeth Swan .

Elizabeth married Edward Halls on 13 Oct 1759 in Hadstock, Essex, Eng.

188. William Granger .

William married Sarah Whiteacre.

The child from this marriage was:

94        i.  Joseph Granger


189. Sarah Whiteacre .

Sarah married William Granger.

190. Jonas Tarver .

Jonas married Mary Gally.

The child from this marriage was:

95        i.  Mary Tarver


191. Mary Gally, daughter of Benjamin Gally and Hannah Blackwell.

Mary married Jonas Tarver.
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290. Thomas Kennett .23

Thomas married Elizabeth Woodham 23 on 3 Nov 1730 in Rye, East Sussex, England.23

The child from this marriage was:

145       i.  Elizabeth Kennett (born about 1753 in Rye, East Sussex, England)


291. Elizabeth Woodham .23

Elizabeth married Thomas Kennett 23 on 3 Nov 1730 in Rye, East Sussex, England.23

344. Thomas Gibb, son of Thomas Gibb and Mary Martin, was born about 1713 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England.30

Thomas married Jane. Jane was born about 1712 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England.30

The child from this marriage was:

172       i.  Thomas Gibb (born about 1740 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England)


345. Jane was born about 1712 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England.30

Jane married Thomas Gibb. Thomas was born about 1713 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England.30

352. Francis Waters, son of Philip Waters and Ann Adams, was born in 1699 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Francis married Mary Hammond on 4 Oct 1724 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Mary was born in 1702.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Mary Waters was born in 1725 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

176      ii.  Francis Waters (born in 1736 in Cambridgeshire, England - died in 1795 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, England)


353. Mary Hammond was born in 1702.

Mary married Francis Waters on 4 Oct 1724 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Francis was born in 1699 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

360. Gilbert Missen, son of Thomas Missen and Priscilla Morden, was born in 1651, died in May 1705 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 54, and was buried on 8 May 1705 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Gilbert married Joan Jaggard on 7 Oct 1678 in Little Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Joan was born in 1655, died in Feb 1729 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 74, and was buried on 19 Feb 1729 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

The child from this marriage was:

180       i.  John Missen (born in 1698 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng - died on 12 Jan 1787 in Cambridgeshire, Eng)


361. Joan Jaggard, daughter of Thomas Jaggard and Joane Unknown, was born in 1655, died in Feb 1729 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 74, and was buried on 19 Feb 1729 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Joan married Gilbert Missen on 7 Oct 1678 in Little Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Gilbert was born in 1651, died in May 1705 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 54, and was buried on 8 May 1705 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

362. Martin Woolard, son of Richard Woolard and Joan Martin, was born in 1697 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1762 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England at age 65, and was buried on 21 Aug 1762 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Martin married Ann Collett.

The child from this marriage was:

181       i.  Mary Woolard (born about 1723 in Cambridgeshire, Eng - died in Apr 1771 in Cambridgeshire, Eng)


363. Ann Collett, daughter of Giles Collett and Mercy Unknown.

Ann married Martin Woolard. Martin was born in 1697 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1762 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England at age 65, and was buried on 21 Aug 1762 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

364. Nathaniel Andrews died in 1761 in Duxford, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Nathaniel married Mary Free on 6 Oct 1730 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

The child from this marriage was:

182       i.  William Andrews (born in Mar 1734 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng - died in Jan 1790 in Cambridgeshire, Eng)


365. Mary Free .

Mary married Nathaniel Andrews on 6 Oct 1730 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Nathaniel died in 1761 in Duxford, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

366. Richard Brignell .

Richard married Catherine Ward on 5 Feb 1733 in Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Catherine was born in 1706 in Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

The child from this marriage was:

183       i.  Anne Brignell (born about 1742 in Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, Eng - died in Oct 1822 in Cambridgeshire, Eng)


367. Catherine Ward, daughter of William Ward and Ann Unknown, was born in 1706 in Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Catherine married Richard Brignell on 5 Feb 1733 in Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

382. Benjamin Gally .

Benjamin married Hannah Blackwell.

The child from this marriage was:

191       i.  Mary Gally


383. Hannah Blackwell .

Hannah married Benjamin Gally.
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688. Thomas Gibb, son of Francis Gibb and Mary Haselden, was born about 1683 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England36 and died in 1769 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England37 aged about 86.

Thomas married Mary Martin on 30 Apr 1713 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England.37 Mary was born about 1694 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England37 and died in 1759 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England aged about 65.

The child from this marriage was:

344       i.  Thomas Gibb (born about 1713 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England)


689. Mary Martin was born about 1694 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England37 and died in 1759 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England aged about 65.

Mary married Thomas Gibb on 30 Apr 1713 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England.37 Thomas was born about 1683 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England36 and died in 1769 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England37 aged about 86.

704. Philip Waters, son of William Waters and Mary Marcok, was born in 1669 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1734 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 65, and was buried on 5 Oct 1734 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Philip married Ann Adams on 30 Sep 1694 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Ann was born in 1667 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Philip Waters was born in 1696 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1696 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng, and was buried on 23 Sep 1696 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

         ii.  Phillip Waters was born on 9 Jan 1697 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

352     iii.  Francis Waters (born in 1699 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng)

         iv.  Mary Waters was born in 1701 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

          v.  Philip Waters was born in 1702 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

         vi.  William Waters was born in 1704 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

        vii.  Thomas Waters was born in 1705 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1705 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng, and was buried on 25 Sep 1705 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

       viii.  Martha Waters was born in 1708 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1708 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng, and was buried on 14 Mar 1708 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.


705. Ann Adams was born in 1667 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Ann married Philip Waters on 30 Sep 1694 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Philip was born in 1669 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1734 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 65, and was buried on 5 Oct 1734 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

720. Thomas Missen, son of Robert Missen and Alice Lord, was born in 1620 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Apr 1675 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 55, and was buried on 6 Apr 1675 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Thomas married Priscilla Morden on 9 Jul 1641 in St Michael's, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Priscilla was born in 1611 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Jun 1696 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 85, and was buried on 29 Jun 1696 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

The child from this marriage was:

360       i.  Gilbert Missen (born in 1651 - died in May 1705 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng)


721. Priscilla Morden, daughter of Gilbert Morden and Joan Symonde, was born in 1611 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Jun 1696 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 85, and was buried on 29 Jun 1696 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Priscilla married Thomas Missen on 9 Jul 1641 in St Michael's, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Thomas was born in 1620 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Apr 1675 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 55, and was buried on 6 Apr 1675 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

722. Thomas Jaggard .

Thomas married Joane Unknown.

The child from this marriage was:

361       i.  Joan Jaggard (born in 1655 - died in Feb 1729 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng)


723. Joane Unknown .

Joane married Thomas Jaggard.

724. Richard Woolard, son of John Woolard and Sarah Unknown, was born in 1655 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England and died in 1712 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 57.

Richard married Joan Martin on 20 Apr 1686 in All Saints, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Joan was born in 1657 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1714 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 57, and was buried in 1714 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

The child from this marriage was:

362       i.  Martin Woolard (born in 1697 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire, Eng - died in 1762 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England)


725. Joan Martin was born in 1657 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1714 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 57, and was buried in 1714 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Joan married Richard Woolard on 20 Apr 1686 in All Saints, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Richard was born in 1655 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England and died in 1712 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 57.

726. Giles Collett died in 1719 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England and was buried on 2 Jul 1719 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Giles married Mercy Unknown. Mercy died in Nov 1719 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

The child from this marriage was:

363       i.  Ann Collett


727. Mercy Unknown died in Nov 1719 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Mercy married Giles Collett. Giles died in 1719 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England and was buried on 2 Jul 1719 in Cambridgeshire, Eng.

734. William Ward .

William married Ann Unknown.

The child from this marriage was:

367       i.  Catherine Ward (born in 1706 in Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, Eng)


735. Ann Unknown .

Ann married William Ward.
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1376. Francis Gibb, son of Francis Gibb and Jane, was born about 1662 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England.38

Francis married Mary Haselden. Mary was born about 1658 in East Grinstead, Sussex, England.38

The child from this marriage was:

688       i.  Thomas Gibb (born about 1683 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England - died in 1769 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England)


1377. Mary Haselden was born about 1658 in East Grinstead, Sussex, England.38

Mary married Francis Gibb. Francis was born about 1662 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England.38

1408. William Waters, son of Richard Waters and Ann Smith, was born in 1631 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1681 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 50, and was buried on 10 Jan 1681 in St Mary's, Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

William married Mary Marcok on 17 Feb 1654 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Mary was born about 1634.39

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Unknown Waters was buried on 16 Jan 1655 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

         ii.  Unnamed Waters was born in 1654 in St Cyriac And Julitta, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1655 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 1, and was buried on 16 Jan 1655 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

        iii.  Richard Waters was born in Dec 1655 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1657 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 2, and was buried on 14 Dec 1657 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

         iv.  Anne Waters was born in 1658 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

          v.  William Waters was born in 1661 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

         vi.  Ann Waters was born in 1664 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

        vii.  Elizabeth Waters was born in 1666 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

704    viii.  Philip Waters (born in 1669 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng - died in 1734 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng)

         ix.  Frances Waters was born in 1674 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.


1409. Mary Marcok was born about 1634.39

Mary married William Waters on 17 Feb 1654 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng. William was born in 1631 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1681 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 50, and was buried on 10 Jan 1681 in St Mary's, Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

1440. Robert Missen, son of William Missen and Elizabeth Fyncham, was born in 1589 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Sep 1662 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 73, and was buried on 3 Sep 1662 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Robert married Alice Lord on 31 Oct 1614 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Alice was born from 1586 to 1587 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Jan 1662 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 75, and was buried on 1 Jan 1662 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

The child from this marriage was:

720       i.  Thomas Missen (born in 1620 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng - died in Apr 1675 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng)


1441. Alice Lord, daughter of John Lord and Marcye Ashman, was born from 1586 to 1587 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Jan 1662 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 75, and was buried on 1 Jan 1662 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Alice married Robert Missen on 31 Oct 1614 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Robert was born in 1589 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in Sep 1662 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 73, and was buried on 3 Sep 1662 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

1442. Gilbert Morden .

Gilbert married Joan Symonde.

The child from this marriage was:

721       i.  Priscilla Morden (born in 1611 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng - died in Jun 1696 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng)


1443. Joan Symonde .

Joan married Gilbert Morden.

1448. John Woolard was born in 1616 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England.

John married Sarah Unknown.

The child from this marriage was:

724       i.  Richard Woolard (born in 1655 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England - died in 1712 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire, Eng)


1449. Sarah Unknown .

Sarah married John Woolard. John was born in 1616 in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire, England.
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2752. Francis Gibb, son of Thomas Gibbe and Unknown, was born about 1628 in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England.40

Francis married Jane. Jane was born about 1630 in Sussex, England.40

The child from this marriage was:

1376       i.  Francis Gibb (born about 1662 in West Hoathly, West Sussex, England)


2753. Jane was born about 1630 in Sussex, England.40

Jane married Francis Gibb. Francis was born about 1628 in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England.40

2816. Richard Waters, son of Richard Waters and Bridget Grange, was born in 1596 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng and died on 17 May 1659 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 63.

Richard married Ann Smith on 11 Apr 1629 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.17 Ann was born about 160039 and died on 14 Jul 1658 in St Mary's, Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng aged about 58.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Richard Waters was born in 1619 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng and was buried on 20 Apr 1640 in St Mary's, Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

         ii.  Henry Waters was born in 1621 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

        iii.  Ruth Waters was born in 1623 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

         iv.  John Waters was born about 1630.

1408       v.  William Waters (born in 1631 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng - died in 1681 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng)

         vi.  Thomas Waters was born in 1633 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1681 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 48, and was buried on 10 Jan 1681 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

        vii.  Francis Waters was born in 1635 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng17 and was buried on 28 Feb 1639 in St Mary's, Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

       viii.  Ann Waters was christened on 31 Jul 1636 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng and was buried on 4 Aug 1640 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.


2817. Ann Smith was born about 160039 and died on 14 Jul 1658 in St Mary's, Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng aged about 58.

Ann married Richard Waters on 11 Apr 1629 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.17 Richard was born in 1596 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng and died on 17 May 1659 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 63.

2880. William Missen died in Sep 1625 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng and was buried on 17 Sep 1625 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

William married Elizabeth Fyncham on 12 Dec 1588 in Little Thurlow, Suffolk, Eng. Elizabeth was born from 1567 to 1568 in Little Thurlow, Suffolk, Eng, died in Aug 1632 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 64, and was buried on 30 Aug 1632 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

The child from this marriage was:

1440       i.  Robert Missen (born in 1589 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng - died in Sep 1662 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng)


2881. Elizabeth Fyncham, daughter of John Fyncham and Unknown, was born from 1567 to 1568 in Little Thurlow, Suffolk, Eng, died in Aug 1632 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 64, and was buried on 30 Aug 1632 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Elizabeth married William Missen on 12 Dec 1588 in Little Thurlow, Suffolk, Eng. William died in Sep 1625 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng and was buried on 17 Sep 1625 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

2882. John Lord died in Mar 1593 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng and was buried on 2 Mar 1593 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

John married Marcye Ashman on 3 Nov 1583 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Marcye died in Sep 1619 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

The child from this marriage was:

1441       i.  Alice Lord (born from 1586 to 1587 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng - died in Jan 1662 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng)


2883. Marcye Ashman died in Sep 1619 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Marcye married John Lord on 3 Nov 1583 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng. John died in Mar 1593 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng and was buried on 2 Mar 1593 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng.
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5504. Thomas Gibbe, son of Richard Gibbe and Unknown, was born about 1588 in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England.41

Thomas married someone.

His child was:

2752       i.  Francis Gibb (born about 1628 in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England)


5632. Richard Waters, son of William Waters and Catherine Unknown, was born in 1563 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1617 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 54, and was buried on 28 Jul 1617 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Richard married Bridget Grange on 25 Oct 1591 in St Mary's, Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Bridget was born about 1571,39 died in 1616 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng aged about 45, and was buried on 6 Sep 1616 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Waters was born in 1592 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

         ii.  Elizabeth Waters was born in 1594 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

2816     iii.  Richard Waters (born in 1596 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng - died on 17 May 1659 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, Eng)

         iv.  Susan Waters was born in 1601 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

          v.  Alice Waters


5633. Bridget Grange was born about 1571,39 died in 1616 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng aged about 45, and was buried on 6 Sep 1616 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Bridget married Richard Waters on 25 Oct 1591 in St Mary's, Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Richard was born in 1563 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1617 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 54, and was buried on 28 Jul 1617 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

5762. John Fyncham .

John married someone.

His child was:

2881       i.  Elizabeth Fyncham (born in 1567-1568 in Little Thurlow, Suffolk, Eng - died in Aug 1632 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, Eng)


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11008. Richard Gibbe was born about 1560 in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England.42

Richard married someone.

His child was:

5504       i.  Thomas Gibbe (born about 1588 in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England)


11264. William Waters, son of Thomas Waters and Beartrix Conyngsby, was born about 1538,39 died in 1591 aged about 53, and was buried on 9 Apr 1591 in St Mary's, Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

William married Catherine Unknown on 26 Oct 1561. Catherine was born about 1538,39 died in 1582 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng aged about 44, and was buried on 13 Apr 1582 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Phyllipa Waters

5632      ii.  Richard Waters (born in 1563 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng - died in 1617 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng)

        iii.  Alice Waters was born in 1565 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1573 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 8, and was buried on 16 Jan 1573 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

         iv.  Phyllip Waters was born in 1568 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

          v.  Elizabeth Waters was born in 1570 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1570 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, and was buried on 22 Oct 1570 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

         vi.  John Waters was born in 1578 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1578 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, and was buried on 26 Jun 1578 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

        vii.  Elizabeth Waters was born in 1579 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

William next married Ann Tuthill on 5 Jul 1582 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng. Ann died in 1618.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  William Waters was born in 1583 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1631 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 48, and was buried on 13 Mar 1631 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

         ii.  George Waters was born in 1585 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng, died in 1628 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 43, and was buried on 4 Apr 1628 in St Mary's, Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

        iii.  Joanna Waters was born in 1586 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

         iv.  Francis Waters was born in 1588 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng,17 died in 1641 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng at age 53, and was buried on 19 Oct 1641 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.


11265. Catherine Unknown was born about 1538,39 died in 1582 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng aged about 44, and was buried on 13 Apr 1582 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Catherine married William Waters on 26 Oct 1561. William was born about 1538,39 died in 1591 aged about 53, and was buried on 9 Apr 1591 in St Mary's, Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.
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22528. Thomas Waters, son of Rychard Waters and Alice Vail, was born about 1495 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng and died in 1564 in King's Lynn, Cambridgeshire, Eng aged about 69.

Thomas married Beartrix Conyngsby. Beartrix was born about 1495.39

Children from this marriage were:

11264        i.  William Waters (born about 1538 - died in 1591, buried in St Mary's, Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng)

            ii.  Edward Waters

           iii.  Elizabeth Waters


22529. Beartrix Conyngsby, daughter of William Conyngsby and Beatrix Thursby, was born about 1495.39

Beartrix married Thomas Waters. Thomas was born about 1495 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng and died in 1564 in King's Lynn, Cambridgeshire, Eng aged about 69.
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45056. Rychard Waters died in 1515 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Rychard married Alice Vail in Cambridgeshire, England.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  John Waters

            ii.  William Waters

22528      iii.  Thomas Waters (born about 1495 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng - died in 1564 in King's Lynn, Cambridgeshire, Eng)

            iv.  Christine Waters


45057. Alice Vail .

Alice married Rychard Waters in Cambridgeshire, England. Rychard died in 1515 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

45058. William Conyngsby, son of Sir Humphrey Conyngsby and Alice Fereby, was born about 146639 and died in Nov 1540 in King's Lynn, Cambridgeshire, Eng aged about 74.

William married Beatrix Thursby. Beatrix died in 1543 in King's Lynn, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Children from this marriage were:

22529        i.  Beartrix Conyngsby (born about 1495)

            ii.  Margaret Conyngsby 39 was born about 1520 and died about 1598 aged about 78.


45059. Beatrix Thursby, daughter of Thomas Thursby and Elizabeth Burgoyne, died in 1543 in King's Lynn, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Beatrix married William Conyngsby. William was born about 146639 and died in Nov 1540 in King's Lynn, Cambridgeshire, Eng aged about 74.
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90116. Sir Humphrey Conyngsby, son of Thomas Conyngsby and Catherine Walcliff, was born about 1440.

Humphrey married Alice Fereby.

The child from this marriage was:

45058        i.  William Conyngsby (born about 1466 - died in Nov 1540 in King's Lynn, Cambridgeshire, Eng)


90117. Alice Fereby, daughter of Thomas Fereby and Agnes Unknown.

Alice married Sir Humphrey Conyngsby. Humphrey was born about 1440.

90118. Thomas Thursby, son of Henry Thoresby and Unknown, died in 1510 in King's Lynn, Cambridgeshire, Eng.

Thomas married Elizabeth Burgoyne.

The child from this marriage was:

45059        i.  Beatrix Thursby (died in 1543 in King's Lynn, Cambridgeshire, Eng)


90119. Elizabeth Burgoyne, daughter of John Burgoyne and Unknown.

Elizabeth married Thomas Thursby. Thomas died in 1510 in King's Lynn, Cambridgeshire, Eng.
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180232. Thomas Conyngsby, son of Thomas Conyngsby and Elizabeth Whethill.

Thomas married Catherine Walcliff.

The child from this marriage was:

90116        i.  Sir Humphrey Conyngsby (born about 1440)


180233. Catherine Walcliff .

Catherine married Thomas Conyngsby.

180234. Thomas Fereby, son of John Fereby and Alice Unknown.

Thomas married Agnes Unknown.

The child from this marriage was:

90117        i.  Alice Fereby


180235. Agnes Unknown .

Agnes married Thomas Fereby.

180236. Henry Thoresby, son of John Thoresby and Unknown.

Henry married someone.

His child was:

90118        i.  Thomas Thursby (died in 1510 in King's Lynn, Cambridgeshire, Eng)


180238. John Burgoyne, son of Richard Burgoyne and Unknown, died in 1487.

John married someone.

His child was:

90119        i.  Elizabeth Burgoyne


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360464. Thomas Conyngsby, son of Thomas Conyngsby and Blanche Hawcliffe.

Thomas married Elizabeth Whethill.

The child from this marriage was:

180232       i.  Thomas Conyngsby


360465. Elizabeth Whethill, daughter of John Whethill and Unknown.

Elizabeth married Thomas Conyngsby.

360468. John Fereby died in 1454 in St Paul's Cray, Kent, Eng.

John married Alice Unknown.

The child from this marriage was:

180234       i.  Thomas Fereby


360469. Alice Unknown .

Alice married John Fereby. John died in 1454 in St Paul's Cray, Kent, Eng.

360472. John Thoresby, son of Thomas Thoresby and Isobel Thoresby.

John married someone.

His child was:

180236       i.  Henry Thoresby


360476. Richard Burgoyne, son of William Burgoyne and Margerett Bozun (Bosonne), was born in Roxton, Bedford and died in 1464.

Richard married someone.

His child was:

180238       i.  John Burgoyne (died in 1487)


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720928. Thomas Conyngsby, son of John Conyngsby and Alicia Stoner, was born before 1400.

Thomas married Blanche Hawcliffe.

The child from this marriage was:

360464       i.  Thomas Conyngsby


720929. Blanche Hawcliffe .

Blanche married Thomas Conyngsby. Thomas was born before 1400.

720930. John Whethill .

John married someone.

His child was:

360465       i.  Elizabeth Whethill


720944. Thomas Thoresby, son of John Thoresby and Unknown, was born in Bramwhaet.

Thomas married someone.

His child was:

360472       i.  John Thoresby

Thomas married Isobel Thoresby.

The child from this marriage was:

360472       i.  John Thoresby


720945. Isobel Thoresby, daughter of Hugh Thoresby and Mauld Hertford.

Isobel married Thomas Thoresby. Thomas was born in Bramwhaet.

720952. William Burgoyne, son of John Burgoyne and Unknown, died in 1456.

William married Margerett Bozun (Bosonne).

The child from this marriage was:

360476       i.  Richard Burgoyne (born in Roxton, Bedford - died in 1464)


720953. Margerett Bozun (Bosonne), daughter of William Bozun (Bosonne) and Unknown.

Margerett married William Burgoyne. William died in 1456.
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1441856. John Conyngsby, son of Thomas Conyngsby and Theophania De Almayne.

John married Alicia Stoner.

The child from this marriage was:

720928       i.  Thomas Conyngsby (born before 1400)


1441857. Alicia Stoner, daughter of Thomas Stoner and Unknown.

Alicia married John Conyngsby.

1441888. John Thoresby, son of Robert Thoresby and Margery Laton, was born in Bramwhaet Or Bramthwait.

John married someone.

His child was:

720944       i.  Thomas Thoresby (born in Bramwhaet)


1441890. Hugh Thoresby, son of John Thoresby Esq and Margaret Rowth.

Hugh married Mauld Hertford. Mauld was born in Badisuret Or Balderstone.

The child from this marriage was:

720945       i.  Isobel Thoresby


1441891. Mauld Hertford, daughter of William Hertford and Unknown, was born in Badisuret Or Balderstone.

Mauld married Hugh Thoresby.

1441904. John Burgoyne, son of Barthelmew Burgoyne and Anne Frezille Or Freville, was born before 1399.

John married someone.

His child was:

720952       i.  William Burgoyne (died in 1456)


1441906. William Bozun (Bosonne) .

William married someone.

His child was:

720953       i.  Margerett Bozun (Bosonne)


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2883712. Thomas Conyngsby, son of William Conyngsby and Benedicta Frene, was born before 1366.

Thomas married Theophania De Almayne.

The child from this marriage was:

1441856       i.  John Conyngsby


2883713. Theophania De Almayne, daughter of Sir John De Almayne and Unknown.

Theophania married Thomas Conyngsby. Thomas was born before 1366.

2883714. Thomas Stoner .

Thomas married someone.

His child was:

1441857       i.  Alicia Stoner


2883776. Robert Thoresby, son of John Branwhaet and Agnes Carne, was born in Bramwhaet.

Robert married Margery Laton.

The child from this marriage was:

1441888       i.  John Thoresby (born in Bramwhaet Or Bramthwait)


2883777. Margery Laton, daughter of Ralph Laton and Unknown.

Margery married Robert Thoresby. Robert was born in Bramwhaet.

2883780. John Thoresby Esq, son of Hugh Thoresby Esq and Alice Siggleston, was born before 1330.

John married Margaret Rowth. Margaret was born in Holderness.

The child from this marriage was:

1441890       i.  Hugh Thoresby


2883781. Margaret Rowth, daughter of William Rowth and Unknown, was born in Holderness.

Margaret married John Thoresby Esq. John was born before 1330.

2883782. William Hertford was born in Badisuret Or Balderstone.

William married someone.

His child was:

1441891       i.  Mauld Hertford (born in Badisuret Or Balderstone)


2883808. Barthelmew Burgoyne, son of Barthelmew Burgoyne and Unknown, was born about 1330 in Bokesworth.

Barthelmew married Anne Frezille Or Freville. Anne was born in Coxton.

The child from this marriage was:

1441904       i.  John Burgoyne (born before 1399)


2883809. Anne Frezille Or Freville, daughter of John Frezille Or Freville and Unknown, was born in Coxton.

Anne married Barthelmew Burgoyne. Barthelmew was born about 1330 in Bokesworth.
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5767424. William Conyngsby, son of Sir Roger De Conyngsby and Joanna Baggot, was born before 1346.

William married Benedicta Frene.

The child from this marriage was:

2883712       i.  Thomas Conyngsby (born before 1366)


5767425. Benedicta Frene, daughter of Ingram De Frene and Unknown Le Peor.

Benedicta married William Conyngsby. William was born before 1346.

5767426. Sir John De Almayne .

John married someone.

His child was:

2883713       i.  Theophania De Almayne


5767552. John Branwhaet, son of Thomas Branwhaet and Unknown.

John married Agnes Carne.

The child from this marriage was:

2883776       i.  Robert Thoresby (born in Bramwhaet)


5767553. Agnes Carne, daughter of John Carne and Unknown.

Agnes married John Branwhaet.

5767554. Ralph Laton .

Ralph married someone.

His child was:

2883777       i.  Margery Laton


5767560. Hugh Thoresby Esq, son of Hugh Thoresby and Isobel Grose.

Hugh married Alice Siggleston.

The child from this marriage was:

2883780       i.  John Thoresby Esq (born before 1330)


5767561. Alice Siggleston, daughter of Sir John Siggleston and Unknown.

Alice married Hugh Thoresby Esq.

5767562. William Rowth .

William married someone.

His child was:

2883781       i.  Margaret Rowth (born in Holderness)


5767616. Barthelmew Burgoyne was born about 1297.

Barthelmew married someone.

His child was:

2883808       i.  Barthelmew Burgoyne (born about 1330 in Bokesworth)


5767618. John Frezille Or Freville .

John married someone.

His child was:

2883809       i.  Anne Frezille Or Freville (born in Coxton)


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11534848. Sir Roger De Conyngsby, son of John Conyngsby and Margery Solers, was born before 1321.

Roger married Joanna Baggot.

The child from this marriage was:

5767424       i.  William Conyngsby (born before 1346)


11534849. Joanna Baggot, daughter of Sir Ralph Baggot and Unknown.

Joanna married Sir Roger De Conyngsby. Roger was born before 1321.

11534850. Ingram De Frene, son of Unknown De Frene and Unknown.

Ingram married Unknown Le Peor.

The child from this marriage was:

5767425       i.  Benedicta Frene


11534851. Unknown Le Peor, daughter of Baldwin Le Peor and Unknown.

Unknown married Ingram De Frene.

11535104. Thomas Branwhaet, son of Thomas of Depdale and Unknown, died in 1218.

Thomas married someone.

His child was:

5767552       i.  John Branwhaet


11535106. John Carne .

John married someone.

His child was:

5767553       i.  Agnes Carne


11535120. Hugh Thoresby, son of Hugh Thoresby and Guernilda of Gertherston.

Hugh married Isobel Grose.

The child from this marriage was:

5767560       i.  Hugh Thoresby Esq


11535121. Isobel Grose, daughter of Sir Thomas Grose and Unknown.

Isobel married Hugh Thoresby.

11535122. Sir John Siggleston .

John married someone.

His child was:

5767561       i.  Alice Siggleston


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23069696. John Conyngsby, son of Baron John De Conyngsby and Unknown Badelsmere.

John married Margery Solers.

The child from this marriage was:

11534848        i.  Sir Roger De Conyngsby (born before 1321)


23069697. Margery Solers, daughter of Roger De Solers and Unknown.

Margery married John Conyngsby.

23069698. Sir Ralph Baggot, son of Sir William Baggot and Isabella De Grendon, was born before 1300 and died in 1339.

Ralph married someone.

His child was:

11534849        i.  Joanna Baggot


23069700. Unknown De Frene .

Unknown married someone.

His child was:

11534850        i.  Ingram De Frene


23069702. Baldwin Le Peor .

Baldwin married someone.

His child was:

11534851        i.  Unknown Le Peor


23070208. Thomas of Depdale, son of Robert Thoresby and Unknown.

Thomas married someone.

His child was:

11535104        i.  Thomas Branwhaet (died in 1218)


23070240. Hugh Thoresby, son of Sir Adam Thoresby and Sybil Randal.

Hugh married Guernilda of Gertherston.

The child from this marriage was:

11535120        i.  Hugh Thoresby


23070241. Guernilda of Gertherston, daughter of Sir Nicholas of Gertherston and Unknown.

Guernilda married Hugh Thoresby.

23070242. Sir Thomas Grose was born in Suffolk.

Thomas married someone.

His child was:

11535121        i.  Isobel Grose


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46139392. Baron John De Conyngsby, son of Sir Roger De Conyngsby and Unknown, was born about 1201 and died in 1226 in Battle of Chesterfield aged about 25.

John married Unknown Badelsmere.

The child from this marriage was:

23069696        i.  John Conyngsby


46139393. Unknown Badelsmere, daughter of Sir Gunselin De Badelsmere and Joan Fitzbernard.

Unknown married Baron John De Conyngsby. John was born about 1201 and died in 1226 in Battle of Chesterfield aged about 25.

46139394. Roger De Solers was born about 1198 in Neen Solers.

Roger married someone.

His child was:

23069697        i.  Margery Solers


46139396. Sir William Baggot, son of Sir Robert Baggot and Asoyra Unknown, was born before 1250 and died in 1300.

William married Isabella De Grendon.

The child from this marriage was:

23069698        i.  Sir Ralph Baggot (born before 1300 - died in 1339)


46139397. Isabella De Grendon .

Isabella married Sir William Baggot. William was born before 1250 and died in 1300.

46140416. Robert Thoresby, son of Swayne and Unknown.

Robert married someone.

His children were:

23070208        i.  Thomas of Depdale

               ii.  Richard Thoresby


46140480. Sir Adam Thoresby, son of Richard Thoresby and Unknown.

Adam married Sybil Randal.

The child from this marriage was:

23070240        i.  Hugh Thoresby


46140481. Sybil Randal, daughter of Peter Randal and Unknown.

Sybil married Sir Adam Thoresby.

46140482. Sir Nicholas of Gertherston was born before 1286.

Nicholas married someone.

His child was:

23070241        i.  Guernilda of Gertherston


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92278784. Sir Roger De Conyngsby was born about 1180.

Roger married someone.

His child was:

46139392        i.  Baron John De Conyngsby (born about 1201 - died in 1226 in Battle of Chesterfield)


92278786. Sir Gunselin De Badelsmere,17 son of Giles De Badelsmere and Unknown, was born about 1232 and died before 13 Apr 1301.

Gunselin married Joan Fitzbernard. Joan was born of Kingsdowne.

The child from this marriage was:

46139393        i.  Unknown Badelsmere


92278787. Joan Fitzbernard, daughter of Ralph Fitzbernard and Unknown, was born of Kingsdowne.

Joan married Sir Gunselin De Badelsmere.17 Gunselin was born about 1232 and died before 13 Apr 1301.

92278792. Sir Robert Baggot, son of William Baggot and Margaret Fitzodo, was born before 1228 and died in 1250.

Robert married Asoyra Unknown.

The child from this marriage was:

46139396        i.  Sir William Baggot (born before 1250 - died in 1300)


92278793. Asoyra Unknown .

Asoyra married Sir Robert Baggot. Robert was born before 1228 and died in 1250.

92280832. Swayne, son of Dolphin and Unknown.

Swayne married someone.

His child was:

46140416        i.  Robert Thoresby


92280960. Richard Thoresby, son of Robert Thoresby and Unknown.

Richard married someone.

His child was:

46140480        i.  Sir Adam Thoresby


92280962. Peter Randal, son of Randal Of Spenithorne and Unknown.

Peter married someone.

His child was:

46140481        i.  Sybil Randal


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184557572. Giles De Badelsmere, son of William De Badelsmere and Unknown, was born about 1214 and died before 27 Oct 1248.

Giles married someone.

His child was:

92278786        i.  Sir Gunselin De Badelsmere 17 (born about 1232 - died before 13 Apr 1301)


184557574. Ralph Fitzbernard .

Ralph married someone.

His child was:

92278787        i.  Joan Fitzbernard (born of Kingsdowne)


184557584. William Baggot, son of William Baggot and Ivetta Unknown, was born before 1178 and died after 1228.

William married Margaret Fitzodo. Margaret was born in Loxley.

The child from this marriage was:

92278792        i.  Sir Robert Baggot (born before 1228 - died in 1250)


184557585. Margaret Fitzodo, daughter of Robert Fitzodo and Unknown, was born in Loxley.

Margaret married William Baggot. William was born before 1178 and died after 1228.

184561664. Dolphin, son of Gospatrick and Unknown.

Dolphin married someone.

His child was:

92280832        i.  Swayne


184561920. Robert Thoresby, son of Swayne and Unknown.
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184561924. Randal Of Spenithorne .

Randal married someone.

His child was:

92280962        i.  Peter Randal


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369115144. William De Badelsmere, son of Bartholomew De Badelsmere and Unknown, was born about 1184.17

William married someone.

His child was:

184557572       i.  Giles De Badelsmere (born about 1214 - died before 27 Oct 1248)


369115168. William Baggot, son of Hervey Fitzbagot and Unknown, was born about 1130 and died in 1182 aged about 52.

William married Ivetta Unknown.

The child from this marriage was:

184557584       i.  William Baggot (born before 1178 - died after 1228)


369115169. Ivetta Unknown .

Ivetta married William Baggot. William was born about 1130 and died in 1182 aged about 52.

369115170. Robert Fitzodo .

Robert married someone.

His child was:

184557585       i.  Margaret Fitzodo (born in Loxley)


369123328. Gospatrick, son of Arkill and Unknown.

Gospatrick married someone.

His child was:

184561664       i.  Dolphin


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738230288. Bartholomew De Badelsmere was born about 1154.

Bartholomew married someone.

His child was:

369115144       i.  William De Badelsmere (born about 1184)


738230336. Hervey Fitzbagot, son of Bagod and Unknown, was born before 1115 in De Broomshall.

Hervey married someone.

His child was:

369115168       i.  William Baggot (born about 1130 - died in 1182)


738246656. Arkill, son of Akefrith and Unknown.

Arkill married someone.

His child was:

369123328       i.  Gospatrick


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1476460672. Bagod .

Bagod married someone.

His child was:

738230336       i.  Hervey Fitzbagot (born before 1115 in De Broomshall)


1476493312. Akefrith .

Akefrith married someone.

His child was:

738246656       i.  Arkill



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