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Oliver DRING4,5,322 was christened on 2 Jun 1700 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2550 He was buried on 15 Feb 1747 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,322,2570 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Admininstration]4,5 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Affidavit]4,5 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Inventory]4,5 [master ged.FTW]

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Mother shown as Mary in christening entry. Mary was the father's first wife's name.

Oliver Dring of Warboys Inventory dated 19 Feb 1746/7, farmer. Admon 21 Feb 1746/7.

An Inventory of all and singular the goods and Chattels and Cattle of Oliver Dring of Warboy s in the County of Huntingdon taken and appraised this nineteenth Day of Feb: 1745


£ S D
Imprimis Purse and apparel .................................................... 10: 00 : 00
Itm In the Hall two tables a Dough stand
four chairs & other Lumber ....................................... 00: 06: 00
Itm In the Kitchen six Chairs two iron
potts one kimble 1 forms 2 Linen
wheels & other Lumber ............................................. 00: 10: 00
Itm In the Dairy one Iron pott two
Brass kettles a Barrell Chrizmb (?) two
Bacon Flitches a frying pan and a
Warming pan Milk Vessels and shelves ........................ 02: 05: 00
Itm In the Drink house four barrels
fout tubbs Cheesepress & copper
and other Lumber ..................................................... 02: 05: 06
Itm In the Hall Chamber one Bed &
Beding Bedspread & quilts Curtains
Do a Chest of Draers 2 Coffers 1 Little
Box 6 Chairs a parcel of Beans ................................. 02: 00: 05
Itm In the Store (?) Chamber one Bed
and Beding .............................................................. 00: 07: 06
Itm In the Kitchen Chamber
One Bed & Beding a Cradell a parcel
f olo (?) Iron & other Lumber .................................. 03: 12: 06
Itm In the Parlour Chambers
a parcel of Wheat ...................................................... 02: 00: 00
Do A parcel of Oats ................................................... 04: 10: 00
Do another parcel of Oats ........................................... 01: 00: 00
Itm In the parlour
A parcel of Barley ................................................... 12: 00: 00
Itm In the Hall a parcel of Barley ................................... 06: 00: 00
Itm A parcel of pease ...................................................... 04: 00: 00
Itm In the Wheat Barn a parcel of
Wheat un thrashed .................................................... 05: 03: 06
Itm In the Barley Barn a parcel of
Barley un theshed .................................................... 02: 05: 00
Itm In the Rickyard a pease Rick
Do a parcel of Hay .................................................... 08: 00: 00
Itm In the Stable 6 Mares ............................................... 30: 00: 00
Do a foal ................................................................... 02: 10 : 00
Do Grass in the Stable ............................................... 02: 00: 00
Itm In the Ffen 2 Mares ................................................. 03: 00: 00
Do A ffilly & a Colt .................................................. 07: 00: 00
121: 05: 06
Itm In Hallgate Close
Nine Cows & a Bull ................................................. 24: 00: 00
Itm In Stokeleys yard 8 steets and
two horses ................................................................. 30: 15 : 06
Itm In the ffen 8 three year Old horses .............................. 20: 00: 00
Do two two year olds & 1 Cow ...................................... 04: 10: 00
Do None Years' Old Calves ....................................... 07: 15: 00
Do five Weaning Calves .............................................. 02: 11: 06
Itm Five score & Eight Sheep .......................................... 27: 10: 00
Itm Five Sows & 2 Shoats (?) .......................................... 04: 00: 00
Itm One Waggon & 4 Carts & Wheels ................................ 22: 05: 06
Itm A parcel of plows & harnesses & Roles (?) .................. 02: 02: 06
Itm A Gigg & Ridles & a screen ...................................... 00: 10: 06
Itm Twenty Acres of Wheat growing ................................. 30: 10: 00:
Itm Seventeen Acres of Tilt ............................................. 17: 00: 00
Itm Twenty five Acres of pease Land ................................ 08: 15: 00
202: 05: 06
from the other side 121: 05: 06
Totall 323: 10: 00

John Paine
William Dring Parents: John DRING and Joane HILLS.

Spouse: Hannah STOAKLEY. Oliver DRING and Hannah STOAKLEY were married. Children were: Hannah DRING, Oliver DRING.


Oliver DRING4,5,319,322 was christened on 13 Aug 1738 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 He was buried on 14 May 1789 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,322 He was in Carpenter.4,5,2569 Parents: John DRING and Ann HILLS.

Spouse: Elizabeth CHILDS. Oliver DRING and Elizabeth CHILDS were married on 20 Jan 1763 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire (1762 On Igi).4,5,319,320,322,644


Oliver DRING4,5,319 was christened on 20 Apr 1735 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 He was buried on 3 Nov 1737 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,322 Parents: John DRING and Ann HILLS.


Oliver DRING4,5,322 was christened on 25 Aug 1770 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2550 He died on 28 Jun 1832 in Ellington, Huntingdonshire Age 63.4,5,2570,2571 He was buried on 1 Jul 1832 in Ellington, Huntingdonshire See Notes.4,5,2572 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Residences]4,5 [master ged.FTW]

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Addresse
1798 Brampton, Huntingdonshire
1802 Warboys, Huntingdonshire (Will of Mother)
(Colin DRING: The Drings of Warboys, The Ellington Branch 27/8/2000)
1818 Ellington, Huntingfonshire (Marriage Licence
(Colin DRING: The Drings of Warboys, The Ellington Branch 27/8/2000)
1826 Ellington, Huntingdonshire (Will of Father)
(Colin DRING: The Drings of Warboys, The Ellington Branch 27/8/2000)

Monumental Inscription
Sacred to the memory of Oliver Dring who died June 28 1832 age 63.
Old Lord turn not thy face away, where mercy doth abound. Mercy, good Lord. Mercy I ask to h eal my deadly wound.
Also to the memory of Elizabeth his last wife who died January 9 1831 Age 59 (from John FLINT , via Colin DRING 8/9/2000) Parents: Oliver DRING and Eleanor JOHNSON.

Spouse: Mary TRAVELL. Oliver DRING and Mary TRAVELL were married on 28 May 1798 in Brampton, Huntingdonshire.4,5,644,2570,2572 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Allegation & Bond]4,5,2556,2570 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Licence]4,5,2572 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Witnesses]4,5,2572

Spouse: Elizabeth WRIGHT. Oliver DRING and Elizabeth WRIGHT were married on 5 Jun 1818 in Ellington, Huntingdonshire.4,5,644,2570 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Licence]4,5,2570,2572 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Witnesses]4,5,2572


Oliver DRING4,5 was born about 1742 in Of Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5 He was buried on 6 Sep 1826 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,322,2570 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Will proved]4,5 [master ged.FTW]

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County Poll 1818
The candidates were the Rt Hon Ld Frederick Montague (978 votes), William Fellowes (837) an d William Wills (466). An Oliver DRING, who had a house and land in Warboys, voted for Monta gue and Fellowes.

County Poll 1830
This took place on Friday the 6th August to Tuesday the 10th August 1830. The candidates wer e Lord Viscount Manderville (1068 votes), Lord Viscount Strathavon (990) and John Bonfoy Roop er (804). An Oliver DRING, who had a house and land in Warboys which he occipied, voted fo r Manderville and Strathavon.

Does the above information apply to this Oliver DRING?

Occupations: 1762 Yeoman, 1782, 1802 Farmer, 1826 Gentleman.
Will of Oliver DRING. Wd 24 Apr 1826, wp 26 Sep 1826.
- to my son Oliver DRING of Ellington all Freehold and Copyhold messuages Lands Tenements an d Hereditaments
- to my son Johnson DRING of Alconbury Weston, Huntingdonshire
- to my daughter Lucy ANGOOD of Chatteris, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire wife of Samuel ANGOOD
- to my daughter Hannah FULLARD of Woodhurst, Huntingdonshire wife of Edward FULLARD
twenty pounds each to be paid to them by Oliver DRING within twelve months of the death of th e father, Oliver.
- to my daughter Martha HOLDER of Caxton, Cambridgeshire wife of Edward HOLDER
- to my granddaughter Mary Ann HENNESEY of Wilton Lodge, Huntingdonshire, daughter of Thoma s HENNESEY
twenty pounds each to be paid to them by Oliver DRING within two years of the death of Oliver
- to Lucy ANGOOD my bed bedstead and hangings in the chamber where I usually sleep, One oak c hest of drawers Four chairs, One oak chest, Mahagony dressing table and a close stool and i n the best parlou a large Mahogany table two Japan waiters a Japan bread basket a Toast hous e One silber Table Spoon marked E.D Four tea spoons not marked also one pair of sheets one pa ir of pillow case two pairs of common sheets one pair of common pillow cases and one large ta ble cloth
- to my daughter Hannah FULLARD the bed bedstead and hangings in the best chamber six chair s one wainscot dressing table Mahogany wash hand stand one swing glass a large deal Box the w indow curtains and bedside carpets also one large silver table spoon marked E.D, one small co pper boiler one pair of Fine sheets one pair of course pillow cases One pair of Fine Pillow c ases and two pair of course sheets One large fine Table cloth and the window curtains in th e best parlour
- to my daughter Martha HOLDEN the Beaureau standing in the Hall also four chairs two arm cha irs a Mahogany Dressing Table Two round tables and one card table also two pair of course she ets One fine Table clothe and two small table cloths
- to my granddaughter Ann Nunn DRING the daughter of son Johnson DRING the tent bedstead an d hangings in the middle chamber also three feather beds a stump (?) bedstead and hangings to gether with the bedding belonging to the three beds also one chest of drawers three chairs th e bedside carpets and window curtains one pair of fine sheets two pairs of course sheets on e pair of fine pillow cases and one fine table cloth also in the cupboard in the hall six te a spoons marked E.D one silver cream pitcher silver sugar tongs the best set of china and fou r brass candlesticks
- to granddaughter Mary Ann HENNESSEY six Mahogany chairs and two arm chairs standing in th e best parlour also one fine table cloth and three napkins
- to granddaughter Eleanor FULLARD 1 chest of Mahogany drawers standing in the best chambe r also six silver tea spoon marked E.D four plated salts Two plated pepper boxes one plated m ustard Pot four silver salt spoons one silver mustart spoon two common Table cloths and thre e napkins
- to granddaughter Mary Ann DRING daughter of Oliver DRING one large table spoon not marked a nd the large glass in the best parlour
- to granddaughter Maria DRING daughter of Oliver DRING the Mahogany Pembroke table standin g in the best parlou and also one large table spoon not marked
- to my son Johnson DRING all the rest of househld goods and furniture and also all my "turve s and
Sesses" (?)
- to my son Oliver DRING ready money, money for securities, all other personal estate and eff ects
Executor : Oliver DRING
Witnesses : William RICHARDSON, John SERJEANT, Ramsey, John DEVONPORT Parents: Oliver DRING and Hannah STOAKLEY.

Spouse: Eleanor JOHNSON. Oliver DRING and Eleanor JOHNSON were married on 3 Oct 1762 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,644,2570 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Licence]4,5,2570 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Allegation & Bond]4,5,2556 Children were: Hannah DRING, Oliver DRING, Johnson (N) DRING, Lucy DRING, Eleanor DRING, Martha DRING, John DRING, Mary DRING.


Prudence DRING4,5,319,322 was christened on 17 May 1732 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 Parents: Edward DRING and Prudence WOOLSTENHOLME.

Spouse: Thomas HOWARD. Thomas HOWARD and Prudence DRING were married on 2 Dec 1751 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,322 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Licence]4,5,322 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Bondsman]4,5,2556


Robert DRING4,5,319,322 was christened on 24 Apr 1737 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 He signed a will on 21 Dec 1813 in See Notes.4,5,2573 He died in Jul 1815 in Age 79.4,5,322 He was buried on 30 Jul 1815 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,322 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Will proved]4,5,2573 He was in Farmer.4,5,2573 [master ged.FTW]

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Will of Robert DRING
- to my dear wife, Mary DRING for the term of her life one Annuity Annual Rent a Yearly Sum o f Ð10 to be paid by to her by Edward DRING, his son. An amount was to be paid to her each qua rter.
- to my daughter Mary, wife of Robert TAYLOR all my new allotment of land situate in Warboy s High Fen, being about 4 acres. It was "late John ALLPRESS's" and held of the Manor of St I ves with the "Steap and Burstellars" of the County of Huntingdon.
- to daughter Mary TAYLOR £30
- to my daughter Hannah, wife of John MOULDS £60
- to my son John DRING, and to his son Robert £10 each
- to my wife Household furniture plate linen and china to be chosen by her for her own use
- to my son Edward DRING the rest of personal Estate and Effects consisting of crops of feed , corn, grain and hay Stock and Cattle
Sole Executor - Edward DRING
Witnesses : William CLACK, John HODSON, John Esc FISHER, Hannah DRING Parents: William DRING and Hannah SKEELS.

Spouse: Mrs. Mary LEWIN. Robert DRING and Mrs. Mary LEWIN were married on 29 Jun 1763 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,319,320,322,644


Sarah DRING4,5,319 was christened on 7 Dec 1736 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 She was buried on 17 Sep 1747 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,322 Parents: Thomas DRING and Mary.


Sarah DRING4,5,319 was christened on 21 Feb 1748 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 She was buried on 4 Aug 1758 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,322 [master ged.FTW]

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On the IGI this Sarah is shown as the daughter of Thomas and Mary. However, Mary died in 174 2. It has been assumed that the wrong name for the mother was entered in the parish register . Parents: Thomas DRING and Phoebe SAVILLE.


Thomas DRING4,5,319,322,2523 was christened on 25 Apr 1698 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2550 He was buried on 6 Sep 1749 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,2555 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Admininstration]4,5 [master ged.FTW]

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Mother shown as Mary at christening. Admon dated 9 Nov 1750, yeoman. Parents: John DRING and Joane HILLS.

Spouse: Ann POULTER. Thomas DRING and Ann POULTER were married on 18 Jun 1725 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,322,2523 Children were: Thomas DRING, Elizabeth DRING, Mary DRING.

Spouse: Mary. Thomas DRING and Mary were married in 1731.4,5,320 Children were: Sarah DRING, William DRING, William DRING, Jane DRING, Thomas DRING.

Spouse: Phoebe SAVILLE. Thomas DRING and Phoebe SAVILLE were married on 5 Nov 1747 in St Andrew The Great, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.4,5,320 Children were: Sarah DRING.


Thomas DRING4,5,319 was christened on 21 Dec 1729 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 He was buried on 29 Dec 1729 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,322 Parents: Thomas DRING and Ann POULTER.


Thomas DRING4,5,319 was christened on 6 May 1733 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 Parents: John DRING and Ann HILLS.


Thomas DRING4,5,320 was christened on 2 Jul 1742 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 Parents: Thomas DRING and Mary.


William DRING4,5,322,2560 was christened on 18 May 1729 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 He was baptized on 18 May 1729.4,5 He was buried on 30 Jul 1772 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,322 He was in Blacksmith.4,5,2560 Parents: John DRING and Ann HILLS.

Spouse: Grace JOHNSON. William DRING and Grace JOHNSON were married on 16 Apr 1762 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,322,644,2560


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Christening]4,5,2550 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]4,5,320,322,2555 He was christened on 18 May 1707 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2550 He was buried on 23 Mar 1781 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,322,2555 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Will proved]4,5 [master ged.FTW]

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Will of William DRING, wd 5 Dec 1777, wp 14 Apr 1781.

to wife Hannah: all goods, cattle, household furniture and effects for her life, then afte r her death to be disposed of as follows -
to son Robert: one shilling
to daughter Hannah PRESS: one shilling
to daughter Mary BROWTON: one shilling
to son Willian and daughter Ann DRING ; residue and remainder of goods, cattle. household fur niture except silver spoons
to daughter Ann DRING: everything else
Witness Samuel THORP[1840319.FTW]

Information from Jim BECK 14/4/1984
"The parish register is confusing regarding the children of John and Joan DRING. The first f ive are born as children of John and Mary, the last nine are listed as children of John and J oane. But apparently the mother is all the same person; Joane HILLS. Parents: John DRING and Joane HILLS.

Spouse: Hannah SKEELS. William DRING and Hannah SKEELS were married on 6 Aug 1732 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,322,2523 Children were: Ann DRING, Ann DRING, Hannah DRING, William DRING, Mary DRING, Edward DRING, Elizabeth DRING, John DRING, Robert DRING, William DRING, William DRING.


William DRING4,5,319 was christened on 2 Sep 1733 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 He was buried on 14 Oct 1733 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,322 Parents: William DRING and Hannah SKEELS.


William DRING4,5,319 was christened on 24 Jul 1732 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 He was buried on 14 Jul 1735 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,322 Parents: Thomas DRING and Mary.


William DRING4,5,319 was christened on 16 Nov 1735 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 He was buried on 23 Nov 1761 in St Mary Magdelene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,322 Parents: Thomas DRING and Mary.


William DRING4,5,320 was christened on 4 Oct 1734 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 He was buried on 23 Aug 1751 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,322 Parents: William DRING and Hannah SKEELS.


William DRING4,5,319,322 was christened on 29 Oct 1752 in Warboys, Hunts, England.4,5,2552 He signed a will on 1 Mar 1813 in See Notes.4,5,2574 He died in Mar 1813 in Age 64 (Birth Year 1749?).4,5,320,322 He was buried on 18 Mar 1813 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,320,322 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Will proved]4,5,2569,2574 He was in Yeoman.4,5,2574 [master ged.FTW]

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Will of William DRING
- to John DRING son of my nephew John
- to Robert TAYLOR, son of my niece Mary the wife of Robert TAYLOR
- to John ASHLEY, son of my niece Mary the wife of William ASHLEY
- to John MOULDS, son of my niece Hannah the wife of John MOULDS
- to Hannah SETCHELL, daughter of my niece Elizabeth now the wife of John LEPPERDY
- to Hannah DRING daughter of my nephew Edward DRING
- to Robert ALPRESS son of my nephew Robert ALPRESS
the sum of £10 apiece when they reach 21 years
- to John DRING, son of nephew John DRING the silver watch
- to his sister Ann, wife of William SETCHELL, Ready money, Securities for Money, Goods, Chat tels, Personal Effects
Executor : William SETCHELL
Witnesses : John SMITH, H JOHNSON Jr Parents: William DRING and Hannah SKEELS.

Spouse: Mary Bignall Or RIGNALL. William DRING and Mary Bignall Or RIGNALL were married on 25 Nov 1778 in St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire.4,5,319,320,322,644


Mary Frances DRINKWATER.5,94,409

Spouse: William Thomas ATER. Children were: Madeline ATER, Sarah Frances ATER, Geooge Newton ATER, Matthias Marion ATER, Henry ATER, Anderson ATER, Jr William Thomas ATER.


Eliza Jane DRINNIN5,128 was born on 2 Dec 1870 in Columbus, Platt Co., Nebraska.5,128 She died on 2 Nov 1948 in Mineapolis, Min..5,128 She is reference number 4011. Parents: Joseph Henry DRINNIN and Harriet POMEROY.

Spouse: Burton G. STEVENSON. Burton G. STEVENSON and Eliza Jane DRINNIN were married on 30 Aug 1893 in Columbus, Platt Co., Nebraska.5 Reference Number:3020 Children were: Adele Prudence STEVENSON.


Joseph Henry DRINNIN5,128 was born on 5 Aug 1844 in Toulon, Illinois.5,128 He died on 14 Jun 1935 in Columbus, Platte Co., Nebraska.5,128 He is reference number 4158.

Spouse: Harriet POMEROY. Joseph Henry DRINNIN and Harriet POMEROY were married on 2 Sep 1868.5 Reference Number:3085 Children were: Eliza Jane DRINNIN.


Living DRISCOLL.3

Spouse: Living LOHMAN. Children were: Living LOHMAN.


Timothy DRISCOLL7,234 was born before 1828.

Spouse: Esther FENTON. Timothy DRISCOLL and Esther FENTON were married. Children were: William DRISCOLL.


William DRISCOLL7,234 was born on 11 Jul 1828 in Carlisle, N.Y.. He died after 1898. Parents: Timothy DRISCOLL and Esther FENTON.

Spouse: Roxanna Matilda SIMONS. William DRISCOLL and Roxanna Matilda SIMONS were married on 3 Aug 1898.


Sally DRISDALE7,188 was born on 27 Oct 1933 in Del Rio, TX. She died in 1995. died 30 days after her husband, George

Spouse: George Moye DOBBINS. George Moye DOBBINS and Sally DRISDALE were married. Children were: Living DOBBINS, Living DOBBINS.


Living DRISKELL.3

Spouse: Living LITSON.


Dan -2Nd Husband- DRIVER5,128 was born about 1836.5,128 He is reference number 4960.

Spouse: Sarah M. HALSTEAD. Dan -2Nd Husband- DRIVER and Sarah M. HALSTEAD were married. Reference Number:3347


Rebecca DRIVER.188

Spouse: Adam HOFFHINES.


Living DROAUD.5,128

Spouse: Living MAUDET. Children were: Living MAUDET.


Bishop Of Metz DROGO.221 Parents: Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Holy Roman Empress Regina FRANKS.


DROGO7,490,491 was born about 674. Parents: Duke Of Austrasia Braban Pepin II D'HERISTAL and PLECTRUDE.


Count Of Amiens, Mantes Vexin De Dreux DROGO7,378 was born in 1012 in Normandy, France. He died in Jun 1035 in Bithynia.

Spouse: Princess Of England GODGIFU. Count Of Amiens, Mantes Vexin De Dreux DROGO and Princess Of England GODGIFU were married in 1025 in England. Children were: Count Of Mantes & Vexin III WALTER De Dreux, Bishop Of Amiens De Dreux FULK, Earl Of Hereford De Vexin RALPH.


Mayor Of Austrasia Of Burgundy DROGO7,25,26 was born about 682.25 He died in 708.25 He was also known as Mayor Of The Place. Name Suffix:<NSFX> Mayor of Austrasia
2 SOUR S0001921
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Mar 22, 1999


Data Sources:
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Submitted to Brøderbu nd by:
Robert W. McGahuey
203 Willowbrook Court
Winchester, VA 22602
(540) 723-8974

Created by:
Pat Adams
2111 Albemarle Terrace
Brooklyn, NY 11226 -3905
(718) 469-4032 Parents: Duke Of Austrasia Braban Pepin II D'HERISTAL and Plectrude Of AQUITAINE.


Grace Mildred DROMGOOLE7,188 was born on 18 Dec 1884. She died on 4 Dec 1927 in San Antonio, Bexar, TX. Father: John Dromgoole

Spouse: Alonzo Clyde EVANS. Alonzo Clyde EVANS and Grace Mildred DROMGOOLE were married. Children were: Daniel Galvin EVANS.


Mildred DROMGOOLE.188

Spouse: Garnett Warren MOORE. Children were: Living MOORE.


Agnes DRONSFIELD377 was born about 1350 in Of, West Bretton, Yorkshire, Eng.377 Parents: William DRONSFIELD.

Spouse: John WENTWORTH. John WENTWORTH and Agnes DRONSFIELD were married. Children were: John WENTWORTH, Richard WENTWORTH, Thomas WENTWORTH.


Agnes DRONSFIELD7,129,191,430,1194,1195 was born about 1373 in Of West Bretton, Yorkshire, England. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]1194 She died Deceased.1194 Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9218-6N2 SOUR S2511686
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Sep 29, 2002 Parents: William DRONSFIELD. Parents: .

Spouse: Esquire John WENTWORTH. Esquire John WENTWORTH and Agnes DRONSFIELD were married in 1387 in Elmsall, West Riding, Yorkshire, England. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]1194 Children were: John WENTWORTH, Sir Knight, Lord Wentwort Roger WENTWORTH, Thomas WENTWORTH, Richard WENTWORTH, Sir Knight Roger WENTWORTH, John WENTWORTH, Thomas WENTWORTH, John WENTWORTH, Richard WENTWORTH.


William DRONSFIELD.377


William DRONSFIELD.5,93,94,377

Spouse: Anne GASCOIGNE.


William DRONSFIELD377 was born about 1320 in Of, West Bretton, Yorkshire, Eng.377

Children were: Agnes DRONSFIELD.


William DRONSFIELD7,430 was born about 1343 in West Bretton, Yorkshire, England. Name Prefix:<NPFX> Sir

Children were: Agnes DRONSFIELD.


Ruth DROWN5,128 was born on 10 Dec 1893.5,128 She died on 1 Mar 1983.5,128 She is reference number 8229.

Spouse: Benjamin Wiley Brig. Gen. GALLY. Benjamin Wiley Brig. Gen. GALLY and Ruth DROWN were married. Reference Number:31320


Living DRUCE.5,94

Spouse: Living STEELE. Children were: Living DRUCE.


Living DRUCE.5,94 Parents: Living DRUCE and Living STEELE.


Ellen DRUGAN.5

Spouse: Miles BARTLEY. Children were: Bridget BARTLEY.


Unknown DRUM3,413 was born about 1785 in See Peter Eichar Will.3,413 He died WFT Est 1816-1876.3,413,2575 He is reference number 94446.

Spouse: Nancy EICHAR. Unknown DRUM and Nancy EICHAR were married WFT Est 1816-1851.3,413 Reference Number:1466857


Ernest Ray DRUMHELLER3,387,619 was born on 12 May 1890.3 He died on 30 Jun 1970.3 He is reference number 61167. Parents: Frank DRUMHELLER and Mary E DEWEESE.


Frank DRUMHELLER3,387,619 was born WFT Est 1844-1871.3,387,619 He died WFT Est 1895-1958.3,387,619 He is reference number 61165.

Spouse: Mary E DEWEESE. Frank DRUMHELLER and Mary E DEWEESE were married WFT Est 1883-1913.3,387,619 Reference Number:1024838 Children were: Ernest Ray DRUMHELLER, Roy DRUMHELLER, Iva DRUMHELLER, Nelia DRUMHELLER.

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