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Thomas BANASTRE7,37 was born about 1262 in Farleton, Lancashire, England. Parents: Robert BANASTRE and Alice WOODCOCK.


Thurstan BANASTRE7,933 was born about 1057 in , Normandy, France. Parents: Robert BANASTRE.


Thurstan BANASTRE7,933 was born about 1080 in Newton, Cheshire, England. He died after 1154. Parents: Richard BANASTRE.

Children were: Thurstan BANASTRE.


Thurstan BANASTRE7,933 was born about 1108 in Newton, Cheshire, England. He died before 1199. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] He was also known as Thurstan Banastre.37 He was also known as Thurstan Banaster.537 Parents: Thurstan BANASTRE. Parents: . Parents: .

Children were: Margery BANISTER, Maud BANASTRE, Robert BANASTRE, Robert BANASTRE.


Thurston BANASTRE7,37 was born about 1192 in , , Lancashire, England. Parents: Robert BANASTRE.

Spouse: Cecelia BANASTRE. Thurston BANASTRE and Cecelia BANASTRE were married in . Children were: Robert De Fitzthurston BANASTRE.


BANCKS. Parents: Richard BANCKS and Joan HARRISON.


BANCKS. Parents: Richard BANCKS and Joan HARRISON.


BANCKS. Parents: Richard BANCKS and Joan HARRISON.


Richard BANCKS was born in 1607 in Alkham Parish, England. He died on 25 Jan 1692 in York, ME. The English ancestors of Richard Bancks, in spite of much research by many people, including Dr. Charles Banks, the Maine Historian, are still in considerable doubt. The difficulty would not appear to be a lack of information about the Bancks family but, rather, the impossibility of determining which of the Richards came to America.
Frederick Lewis Weis, the well-known Genealogist, in tracing the Tillinghast family gives the following: "Thomas Banckes, merchant and Alderman of London. His daughter Joan Banckes married Robert Tichborne. Their daughter, Elizabeth, married Pardon Tillinghast, Jr.". It is quite possible that Thomas had other children besides Joan, but since Mr. Weis was only interested in the Tillinghast family as she is the only one mentioned in this instance.
Several Genealogists, including William E. Chute, have pointed out another possibility: some even considering it proven. Dr. Banks was not entirely in agreement with this conjecture as the records he found did not indicate what happened to this particular Richard. Dr. Banks found: "John Bancks, who made his will in London, England, circa 1630, mentioned the children of his Uncle William Banks (wife unknown) as William, Richard (possibly our immigrant ancestor), Thomas, George, and Mary".
Dr. Banks was sure that he had identified Richard as living in the parish of Alkham, County Kent, since he came to America with his brother-in-law, Thomas Curtis, and with Abraham Preble and John Twisden, Senior, both of the same vicinity. It is not out of the bounds of possibility that his first move might have been from London to Alkham, and he may have been the same man mentioned as the son of William.
At the time of his marriage in England, Richard was listed as a tailor. Just prior to his migration there had been an epidemic in which many people died. There was also trouble in the textile industry. Being a widower, with all three of his children dead, it is not surprising that he decided to seek a new life far from the scene of his misfortunes.
Richard, the immigrant ancestor of this genealogy, came to America and settled at Scituate, in the Plymouth Colony. He took the Oath of Fidelity, in Scituate, circa 1642.
Theodore Leslie Banks (TLB) notes that Richard returned to England briefly to marry Elizabeth Curtis. TLB notes that: "In 1641 Oliver Cromwell was called upon to savagely subdue a bitter Irish rebellion. In 1642 civil war erupted in England, with Cromwell leading the rebellion against Charles I. In 1644, when Richard returned to England to marry Elizabeth Curtis, the civil war between Cromwell's party and the King's loyalists was in full swing".
Richard was sent out from Scituate to organize and lay out townships in what is now the state of Maine. He settled at York which was originally called Agamenticus, on a grant which was given Sir Fernandez Georges in 1622, and he named it the "City of Georgeana". Thomas Gorges was its first mayor. In 1652 Massachusetts gained control and changed the name to York.
Richard had twenty acres of land laid out to him and signed submission to Massachusetts at the dwelling house of Nicholas Davis at York, on 22 November 1652. Roland Young, the ancestor of the Young family of Annapolis, Nova Scotia, signed this paper at the same place and date.
Mr. Banks was Assistant at the Court in 1652; Selectman for 7 years; juror 12 times; a Trial Justice; Court Appraiser; Tax Commissioner; and Overseer of the County Prison.
Theodore Leslie Banks notes that: "In 1655, when Richard married his third wife, Cromwell was in his second year a Lord Protector of England, and that Charles I had been beheaded 6 years previously".
In 1673, Richard Banks, along with Edward Richworth, was a joint signer of a letter to the churches that invited deligates to a council to select the Rev. Shubael Dummer as pastor of York. This was the first church gathered in Maine and Rev. Dummer was the first settled minister. Rev. Dummer, a brother-in-law to Richard Banks, was shot, and killed, at his own door by Indians in Massacre of 1692.
Richard was killed York Raid of 1692 when Indians and French raided, killing 48 and capturing 70 others. This raid was but one of a continuing series of raids and counterraids. There is no mention of his sons Samuel and Job after that date so they may have likewise perished. His widow and two remaining sons made an agreement, on 22 April 1696, for the division of his estate (see "History of the Indian Wars of New England" by Sylvester (Vols.2,pp.462-465)).

[Notes from Eleanor Banks Vines]

Richard Bankes in his day and generation lived the life of an average man, assuming his share of the burdens and responsibilities of office as a citizen. It will be only necessary to group those public functions which he performed; - Provincial Councillor 1651, 1652, under the administration of Governor Edward Godfrey; Selectman, 1653, 1654, 1656, 1659, 1676, 1679, 1680; Juror, 1649, 1653, 1655, 1656, 1658, 1661, 1662, 1664, 1665, 1666, 1671; Trail Justice or "Commisioner," 1669, 1672, 1679; Court Appraiser, 1659, 1663, 1671, 1676, 1679, 1681, 1686, 1691, besides several other special appointment, as Tax COmmissioner 1652, Overseer of County Prison, 1673. He became a Freeman of Massachusetts at the time of the usurpation proceedings 1652, and in 1681 appears in a list of inhabitants swearing allegiance to the King. He figures once in Court (1654) as a defendant in a suit of respass, involving the title to some marsh land in York, and was defeated and muleted for cost of the suit. In 1673, with Edward Rishworth, he was the joint signer of a letter to the Churches inviting delegates to a council to settle the Rev. Shubaal Dummer, H.C., 1656 (his brother-in-law, they having married sisters) as pastor of the CHurch at York. His last public act was an appraiser, 3 April, 1691. The date of his death is not positively known, except that it occured in 1692; and as that was the year of the terrible Indian Massacre, January 25, 1691-92, when 137 inhabitants of York were either killed or carried captive to Canada by the savages, his pastor and and relative being among the dead, it is extremely probable that he met his fate also in that tragedy which sent such a shudder throughout New England.

[More notes from Eleanor Banks Vines]

In our family, the original immigrant was Richard Banks, who came to Scituate, Massachusetts, and moved before the summer of 1643 to York, Maine.
He was born in Alkam Parish, Enland, and married Elizabeth Alcocke of York.
Richard died in 1692, the year of the terrible indian raids and massacre that nearly destroyed the York settlement, and left 137 dead or taken captive into Canada. It is probable that he was among the victims. Elizabeth survived him several years. They had four sons - John, married Elizabeth Turbat, Joseph, Samuel and Job.

[Still more notes from Eleanor Banks Vines]

Richard Bankes, the emigrant ancestor of this family in Maine, was an early settler of Agamenticus (York), undoubtedly before the summer of 1643, living in that part of the town known as "Scituate," the other division being designated "Scotland." These local names are probably derived from the previous residence of the people who settled there, and in the case of Richard Bankes, it appears that in company with Abraham Preble and Thomas Curtis, at sometime prior to his settlement in Maine, he took the oath of fidelity at Scituate, Mass. With one of these fellow emigrants, for such I judge them to be, he appears in Georgiana (York), purchasing in partnership, July 19, 1645, with Abraham Preble, John Tivisden, his brother-in-law, and Thomas Curtis; and November 20th of the same year, tracts of land of Sir Ferdinando Gorges, The Lord Proprietor, and of William Hooke, one of the patentees. Finding no evidence of the residence of Richard Bankes in Scituate, I assume that the record of his oath of fidelity in that town is merely the result of a temporary sojurn there, perhaps among friends, before he chose his final home in New England; and it is of interest to note in this connection that his companion Abraham Preble married Judith Tilden of Scituate, daughter of the emigrant Nathaniel, and that an Elizabeth Bankes, who may have been a sister of Richard, married William Blackmore of Scituate in 1666, and for her second husband Jacom Bumpers of the same place. This seems to explain the local origin of the name "Scituate" as a section of the old town of York, Maine.

Richard Banks, the immigrant ancestor of this family, came to America and settled at Scituate, in Plymouth Colony. He may be the nephew Richard, son of William, mentioned in the will of John Banckes, of London, 1630. He was afterward sent to lay out and organize new townships in what is now Maine, settled in York County in that province, and held several important public offices there. He married Elizabeth, daughter of John and Elizabeth Alcocke, of York. From them through John, who married Elizabeth, daughter of Peter Turbat, Moses, who married Ruth, daughter of Elias and Magdalen Weare, came Joshua, born September 13, 1713, married September 18, 1737, Mary Muchmore, who, with all his family, came to Annapolis County in 1760. His son Moses, on his marriage, settled in Wilmot, and Joshua followed him some years later.

[Notes by Everett P. Inman]

A planter, York ME, he had 20 acres land laid out 19 Jul 1645. Was mayor 1643- 1644. An asst. at the court held at Mr Guillison's, 7 Nov 1652; he took an oath of allegience to the Mass. govt. 22 Nov 1652. Sold land 7 May 1664. Married 1st in Eng.; married 2nd to Eliz. Curtis, 3rd to Elizabeth Alcock. Was prominent in public offices; killed in Massacre of 1692.
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Richard, the immigrant ancestor of this genealogy, came to America and settled at Scituate, in the Plymouth Colony. He took the Oath of Fidelity, in Scituate, circa 1642.
Richard was sent out from Scituate to organize and lay out townships in what is now the state of Maine. He settled at York which was originally called Agamenticus, on a grant which was given Sir Fernandez Georges in 1622, and he named it the "City of Georgeana". Thomas Gorges was its first mayor. In 1652 Massachusetts gained control and changed the name to York.
Richard had twenty acres of land laid out to him and signed submission to Massachusetts at the dwelling house of Nicholas Davis at York, on 22 November 1652. Roland Young, the ancestor of the Young family of Annapolis, Nova Scotia, signed this paper at the same place and date.
Mr. Banks was Assistant at the Court in 1652; Selectman for 7 years; juror 12 times; a Trial Justice; Court Appraiser; Tax Commissioner; and Overseer of the County Prison.
In 1673, Richard Banks, along with Edward Richworth, was a joint signer of a letter to the churches that invited deligates to a council to select the Rev. Shubael Dummer as pastor of York. This was the first church gathered in Maine and Rev. Dummer was the first settled minister. Rev. Dummer, a brother in law to Richard Banks, was shot, and killed, at his own door by Indians in Massacre of 1692.
Richard was killed York Raid of 1692 when Indians and French raided, killing 48 and capturing 70 others. This raid was but one of a continuing series of raids and counterraids. There is no mention of his sons Samuel and Job after that date so they may have likewise perished. His widow and two remaining sons made an agreement, on 22 April 1696, for the division of his estate.

Spouse: Joan HARRISON. Richard BANCKS and Joan HARRISON were married on 25 Oct 1631 in St. Andrews, Canterbury, Eng. Children were: BANCKS, BANCKS, BANCKS.

Spouse: Elizabeth CURTIS. Richard BANCKS and Elizabeth CURTIS were married in 1644 in Kent, Eng. Children were: Elizabeth BANKS.

Spouse: Elizabeth ALCOCK. Richard BANCKS and Elizabeth ALCOCK were married in 1655 in York, ME. Children were: John BANKS, Samuel BANKS, Job BANKS, Joseph BANKS.


Mary BANCROFT7,234 was born on 12 Aug 1771 in Wocester, MA. She died on 5 Apr 1851 in Gill, MA.

Spouse: Elijah RISLEY. Elijah RISLEY and Mary BANCROFT were married on 1 Feb 1815 in Warwick, MA.

Spouse: Asahel RISLEY. Asahel RISLEY and Mary BANCROFT were married on 18 Mar 1823 in Gill, MA.


Mary Ann BANCROFT4,5 was born in 1842 in Mytholmroyd, York, England.4,5 She died after 1901.4,5

Spouse: William TIDSWELL. William TIDSWELL and Mary Ann BANCROFT were married on 25 Jun 1864 in Halifax, Yorks, England.4,5,678 Children were: Sarah BANCROFT OR TIDSWELL, Elizabeth TIDSWELL, Martha TIDSWELL, Norina Or Nerriner TIDSWELL, William TIDSWELL, Mary Ann Or Polly TIDSWELL.

Children were: Sarah BANCROFT OR TIDSWELL.


Nathaniell BANCROFT.5,94,126,127

Spouse: Elizabeth ROOT.


Sarah BANCROFT OR TIDSWELL4,5 was born on 4 May 1864 in Clayton, Bradford, Yorks, England.4,5,934 She died on 11 Jan 1907 in Mill Creek, Salt Lake, Utah.4,5,677

Birth certificate gives only mother's name [Mary Ann Bancroft] and says she was born at Round about, Clayton, Thornton, Bradford, Yorks. [Mary Ann Bancroft and William Tidswell were married 25 June 1864]. LDS baptismal bertificate gives name as Sarah Tidswell Berry, baptized by C [harles]. E[dgar]. Rose [son of Frederick William Rose]. Marriage License has Sarah Bancroft , spinster, with no father listed. Daughter's temple certificate gives mother's name as Sara h Tidswell Berry. Salt Lake Sealing record gives name as Sarah Tidswell. TIB Card gives birt hplace as Queensbury, Yorks.

Parents: William TIDSWELL and Mary Ann BANCROFT. Parents: Mary Ann BANCROFT.

Spouse: Lewis BERRY. Lewis BERRY and Sarah BANCROFT OR TIDSWELL were married on 22 Jun 1889 in Halifax, Yorks, England.4,5

!Marriage Certificate: Married at Rhodes Street Chapel, Wesleyna Methodist Church by George S anderson, minister, witnesses Paul Beaver and Elizabeth Tidswell. Lewis ae 32, Warehouseman , 5 Perseverance Terrace, Savile park, father Joe Berry, deceased, coachman. Sarah ae 25, spi nster, Harper, red. 5 Wilson Street, Mt. Pleasant, Halifax, no father listed. Children were: Nerriner Or Norina Maud BERRY.


John Earl BANDY.3

Children were: Melissa Renae BANDY, Tiffany Lee BANDY, John Earl BANDY, Thomas Wayne BANDY, Kylee Ann BANDY.


John Earl BANDY.3 Parents: John Earl BANDY.


Kylee Ann BANDY.3 Parents: John Earl BANDY.


Melissa Renae BANDY.3 Parents: John Earl BANDY.


Thomas Wayne BANDY.3 Parents: John Earl BANDY.


Tiffany Lee BANDY.3 Parents: John Earl BANDY.


King Of Scotland Donald III BANE7,14,113,115,122 was born about 1033 in Atholl, Perth, Scotland.113 He died after 1097 in Rescobie, Angus, Scotland.113 Parents: King Of Scotland Duncan I MACCRINAN and Aelflaed OF NORTHUMBRIA.


Esther BANE3,206,578 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 82520. Parents: James BANE and Emma SHERRILL.


James BANE3,206,578 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 82519.

Spouse: Emma SHERRILL. James BANE and Emma SHERRILL were married. Reference Number:1338021 Children were: Esther BANE.


Elizabeth BANE OR BEAN4,5 was born about 1726.4,5 She is reference number L1300102s.

Spouse: Simon EMERY. Simon EMERY and Elizabeth BANE OR BEAN were married on 17 Jan 1746.4,5


Alice BANET5,128 was born on 10 May 1565.5,128

Spouse: John EMERY. John EMERY and Alice BANET were married. Children were: John EMERY.


John BANGS.377

Spouse: Ruth Chase COLE.


Jonathan BANGS.377

Spouse: Ruth Chase COLE.


Mary BANGS.377

Spouse: John KING.


Thomasina BANGS.377

Spouse: Joseph BURGESS.


Christian BANIK.4,5 Parents: Christian BANIK and Mariane LEITNER.


Christian BANIK4,5 was born on 20 Oct 1858 in Cataloi, Romania.4,5,330,445 He was christened on 10 Apr 1877 in Pleasant Valley, North Dakota.4,5,446 He died on 16 Feb 1900 in Of Carrington, Foster, North Dakota.4,5,445

Spouse: Mariane LEITNER. Christian BANIK and Mariane LEITNER were married. Children were: Lisbeth BANIK, Mary BANIK, Joseph BANIK, Christian BANIK.


Joseph BANIK.4,5 Parents: Christian BANIK and Mariane LEITNER.


Lisbeth BANIK4,5 was born on 20 Oct 1877 in Romania.4,5,445 Parents: Christian BANIK and Mariane LEITNER.


Mary BANIK.4,5 Parents: Christian BANIK and Mariane LEITNER.

Spouse: Otto STABBERT. Children were: Herbert Herman STABBERT.


Margery BANISTER7,933 was born about 1125. She died before 1206. She was also known as Margery Banister.37 She was also known as Margery Banastre.537 Parents: Thurstan BANASTRE.

Spouse: Richard FITZ ROGER. Richard FITZ ROGER and Margery BANISTER were married. Children were: Amuria FITZ ROGER, Matilda BANASTRE.


Hannah BANK.5,93,94

Spouse: Joseph BAKER. Children were: Mary BAKER.


Cora BANKER.5,94,126,127

Spouse: Charles Collins OGDEN.


Edna BANKHEAD3,893 was born in 1890 in Texas.3,893 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 106357. Parents: Hiram Brown BANKHEAD and Sarah Ellen CORNELL.

Spouse: James William REED. James William REED and Edna BANKHEAD were married. Reference Number:1667371 Children were: Bonita REED.


Hiram Brown BANKHEAD3,893 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 106358. Parents: William Christel BANKHEAD and Rebecca Elizabeth HOOPER.

Spouse: Sarah Ellen CORNELL. Hiram Brown BANKHEAD and Sarah Ellen CORNELL were married. Reference Number:1667491 Children were: Edna BANKHEAD.


Lucille BANKHEAD3,840 was also known as Lucille Bankhead.3,483 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 22826.

Spouse: Baker Roberts BOYD. Baker Roberts BOYD and Lucille BANKHEAD were married on 6 Jun 1906.3,483,840 Reference Number:455881


William Christel BANKHEAD3,893 died in 1879.3,893 He is reference number 106360.

Spouse: Rebecca Elizabeth HOOPER. William Christel BANKHEAD and Rebecca Elizabeth HOOPER were married. Reference Number:1667498 Children were: Hiram Brown BANKHEAD.


BANKS.


BANKS3,935 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 107237.

Spouse: Delaney Marshall BOYD. BANKS and Delaney Marshall BOYD were married. Reference Number:915125

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