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DESCENDANTS OF RICHARD KINGSMILL

THIS PAGE IS OF MY KINGSMILL, FINLAY FAMILY IN IRELAND AND ENGLAND

AND THE FINLEY, WORTH CONNECTION IN ARMSTRONG CO PA

It consists of 19 generations and 136 people


 

FIRST GENERATION

1. Richard KINGSMILL was born about 1435 in England

    His RELATION 14th G Grandfather of William M Worth
    Extracted from a genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Briton and Ireland.
    By Sir Bernard Burk C B LLD Volume 1 Eighth Edition 1894

    He was married to Alice-------- MRS Alice KINGSMILL was born about 1436
    Her RELATION 14th G Grandmother of William M Worth.

    Richard KINGSMILL and MRS Alice KINGSMILL had the following children:

+2 i. Sir John KINGSMILL born in 1456


 

SECOND GENERATION

2. Sir John KINGSMILL was born in 1456 in Whitchurch, Hants, England.

    He died in 1509 in Freifolk, Hants, England.
    His RELATION 13th G Grandfather of William M Worth
    Extracted from a genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Briton and Ireland. By Sir Bernard Burk C B LLD Volume 1 Eighth Edition 1894 He was Judge of the common Pleas in 1499. One of the feoffees in the will of Henry V11. He died in 1509 and was succeeded by his son.
    He was married to Jane Gifford. Jane GIFFORD daughter of SIR John GIFFORD was born about 1475 in Itchell, Hampshire, England
    Her RELATION 13th G Grandmother of William M Worth

    Sir John KINGSMILL and Jane GIFFORD had the following children:

+3 i. Sir John KINGSMILL Knight born in 1494


 

THIRD GENERATION

Sir John KINGSMILL Knight was born in 1494 in from Sydmonton Court, Hants. England.

    He died in 1556

    His RELATION 12th G grandfather of William M Worth

    Extracted from a genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Briton and Ireland. By Sir Bernard Burk C B LLD Volume 1 Eighth Edition 1894 and Mr. Andrew Morgan [1994] Bay Tree Cottage, South Willingham, Lincoln LN36NJ England PH 0507 313668

    John Kingsmill of Sydmonton Court, Hants, who got by perches from the crown, temp. Henry VIII, 1540, the manor of Tichfield, Woodcote, Sandford and Sydmonton, where at Sydmonton Court, the Family is represented by the present W H Kingsmill Esq. J P High Sheriff of Hants, {1875] Sir John's cousin] High Sheriff of Hants 1539-1544 Had 17 children whose names are commemorated on a bronze tablet in Kingsclere Church Sir John was succeeded by his son Hampshire Local Pages T Hampshire County Council Hantsweb" Home Search Contacts A-Z Newbury and its parishes Ecehinswell and Sydmonton. This page contains information about the parish of Ecchinswell and Sydmonton, other pages list attractions to discover in the area, and other interesting villages to visit. These two small villages formed part of the Parish of Kingsclere until 1852. The Manor of Ecchinswell, sometimes also called the Manor of Nuthanger, formed part of the original endowment of the See of Winchester. It remained part of the Bishopric until 1648 when, as a result of the Root and Brancti Act, it was sold to Nicholas Love and George Wither. In 1660 it returned to the Bishop and continued to be held until the mid eighteenth century. The lordship was soon afterwards acquired by the Herbert family. Sydmonton manor formed part of the original endowment of the Abbey of Romsey and continued in its possession until dissolution in 1539. The following year Henry VIII granted it to John Kingsmill of Whitchurch. The manor remained in the hands of the Kingsmill, passing in 1766 to Elizabeth Brice. Her husband took the name of Kingsmill by Act of Parliament but died without issue in 1805. He left the property to the Reverend John Stephens, Vicar of Chawton Mendip and he also assumed the surname and arms of Kingsmill. The manor continued to be held by this family. The chalk grassland of Watership Down attracted Richard Adams to write his Best-selling novel featuring the rabbit population of the area. Hantsweb Home Ave. Newburv Loca Sgges Hantswebg is your comprehensive gateway to information on Hampshire for residents and visitors alike. For more information on our services please contact Hampshire. County Council Information Centers. This page produced by the Hantsweb Team. Comments on Hantsweb should be sent to the Hantsweb M pager.

    http://www.hants.gov.uk/localpages/north-west/newbury/eechinswell and Lsydm /about.htm 1/2/2001

    He was married to UNKNOWN WIVES

    Sir John KINGSMILL Knight and UNKNOWN WIVES had the following children:

4 i. Sir Richard KINGSMILL KNIGHT [armigeris] was born about 1527 in Hants, England.

    Richard Kingsmill was attorney to the court of wards, temp 2 Elizabeth Hantsweb *Hantsweb Homepave Newbury and its Villages - Burghelere Hampshire Local Pages T Hampsbire County Council Search Contacts A-Z Index Feedback. This page contains information about the Village of Burghclere, other pages list attractions to discover area, and other interesting villages to visit. The prehistoric occupation of Burghelere is indicated by several flint implements and other carchaelogical remains that have been found. The documented history of Burgclere includes several very early grants of land at Clere to the church in Winchester. The Doomsday Survey mentions a church at Burgclere, and lands at Clere (possibly Burghclere combined with Highclere) are described as being held by the Bishop for the monks at Winchester. The now deserted mediaeval village of Old Burgclere can only 'be seen as irregularities in the ground as most traces have been destroyed by ploughing. The village had its own church, and the manor house was a good example of an early Fourteenth century aisled hall building. The mediaeval Hospital of St. Cross is tbougbt to have stood on the main Wincheqter to Oxford road, although the exact site is not known. The twelfth century church of All Saints at Old Burghclere was restored in 1861 but has kept many twelfths and thirteen-century features. The manor of Burghclere remained in possession of the See of Winchester until 1551, when Edward IV received it in exchange for other lands It was granted to William FitzWilliam and remained in tbis family until acquired by Richard Kingsmill in 1577, after which it passed by descent to the Lucys. In 1671 the manor was conveyed to Sir Robert Sawyer and thereafter descended through his daughter to the Earl of Pembroke Burgbciere was a quiet village admired by Dean Field, Chaplain to Elizabeth I and rector here at the end of his life. It now has a twentieth century shrine, the Oratory of All Souls, also known as the Sandham Memorial Chapel containing Frescoes of First World War scenes by Sir Sidney Spencer it Commemorates a young officer who died in 1919 from an illness contracted in Macedonia during the 1914-18 war http://www.hants.zov.uWlocalnaL,es/northwest/newburv/burahelere/about.html
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5 ii. Roger KINGSMILL was born about 1529 in Hants, England

+6 iii. Edward KINGSMILL born in 1530

7 iv. Henry KINGSMILL was born about 1531 in Hants, England

8 v. John KINGSMILL was born about 1532 in Hants, England

9 vi. Sir George KINGSMILL was born about 1534 in Hants, England. He was Judge of the common pleas

10 vii. Andrew KINGSMILL was born about 1536 in Hants, England

11 viii. Thomas KINGSMILL was born about 1538 in Hants, England

12 ix. Arthur KINGSMILL was born about 1540 in Hants, England

+13 x. Jane KINGSMILL born between 1542 and 1550

+14 xi. Katharine KINGSMILL born between 1544 and 1550

+15 xii. Alice KINGSMILL born between 1546 and 1550

16 xiii. 4 other Daughters KINGSMILL was born in Hants, England

    He was married to Elizabeth Constance HEWSTER GORING (daughter of John GORING and Constance DYKE) and Granddaughter of John Goring and Mrs. Joan Goring
    Note from Richard Hodgson 16 July 2001 at E Mail Splodgson@aol.com
    In case you are interested, I understand that the maiden name of Joan Goring born abt 1450, second wife of John Goring B abt 1448, was HEWSTER. Her father was Humphrey Hewster. She was the widow of John Goring, her second husband's father [i.e. her second husbands step father] [hence her name at the time of her marriage would indeed be Joan Goring]
    Elizabeth Constance HEWSTER GORING was born about 1500 in Burton Sussex, England.
    HER RELATION 12th G Grandmother of William M Worth

    Sir John KINGSMILL Knight and Elizabeth Constance GORING had the following children:

+17 i. Sir William KINGSMILL born in 1526


 

FOURTH GENERATION

6. Edward KINGSMILL was born in 1530 in Hants, England.

    He died in 1611 in Ireland.

    III. ARTICLES. THESE "Articles" refer to the Irish Natives, who were to be admitted to be Freeholders:

    "They shall have Estates in Fee-Farm." "They shall pay the yearly Rent of two pounds, thirteen shillings four pence for every Portion of a thousand Acres, and so rateably for greater Proportion, which is after the rate of thirteen shillings and four pence for every sixty Acres, or thereabouts, and they shall pay no rent for the first year."* "For their Tenures, they shall hold as the other Undertakers respectively, according to their Portions, with a Proviso of forfeiture of their estates, if they enter into actual rebellion. "They shall inhabit their Lands, and build their Castles, Houses, Bawnes, within two years, as the former Undertakers."

    5. "They shall make certain estates (or Leases) for Years, or for Lives, to their Under-Tenants, and they shall take no Irish exactions."*2

    6. "They shall use Tillage and Husbandry after the manner of the English Pale."*3 * First Year: The few native undertakers do not appear to have made any objection to the payment of a so much larger rent than had been laid on the others; but they complained at being obliged to commence paying so soon, to erect their buildings in so short a time, and to relinquish their long-cherished and much-loved custom of creaghting (or "living by cattle"). *2 Irish Exactions: Like the Land System of the Hebrews, the Gaelic System, which obtained among the Gaels in Ireland, down to the seventeenth century, allotted a portion of land to each head of a family, for the sustenance of himself and those dependent on him; and each head of a family rendered towards the maintenance and dignity of the Chief of the Clan certain duties or "chief-rents," which were not, however, identical with the word rent, as now understood between landlord and tenant; for the Irish Chieftain was not the owner of the land, he was merely the head and protector of his Clan. The "extractions" above mentioned were, AD 1613, abolished in Ireland, in the reign of King James I., by the Parliament then held in Dublin, by the Lord Deputy, Sir Arthur Chichester. *3 English Pale: This meant that the Irish who were to be admitted as Freeholders in the Ulster Plantation, were to turn their attention in a greater degree to cropping the lands, abandoning their own system of almost universal grazing and creaghting.

    IV. GENERAL PROPOSITIONS.

    THESE "Propositions" were to be notified to the Undertakers of all sorts:

    1. "There shall be Commissioners appointed for the setting forth of the several Proportions; and for the ordering and setting of the Plantation, according to such instructions as shall be given unto them by his Majesty in that behalf."

    2. "That all the said Undertakers shall by themselves, or by such as the States of England or Ireland shall allow of, attend the said Commissioners in Ireland, at or before Midsummer next, to receive such Directions touching their Plantations as shall be thought fit."'

    3. "That every Undertaker, before the ensealing of his Letters Patent, shall enter into Bond and Recognizance, with good Sureties, to his Majesty's use, in the Office of his Majesty's Chief Remembrancer, in England or Ireland; or in his Majesty's Exchequer, or Chancery, in Scotland or else before two of the Commissioners to be appointed for the Plantation, to perform the aforesaid Articles, according to their Several Distinctions, of Building, Planting, Residence, Alienation within five years, and making of certain estates (or leases) to their Tenants in this manner viz.; the Undertaker of the greatest Proportion to become bound in four hundred Pounds; of the middle Proportion, in three hundred Polinds; and of the least Proportion, in two hundred Pounds."

    4. "That in every of the said Counties there shall be a convenient number of Market Towns and Corporations erected for the Habitation and settling of Tradesmen and Artificers; and that there shall be one free School, at least, appointed in every County for the education of youth in Learning and Religion."

    5. "That there shall be a convenient number of Parishes and Parish Churches with sufficient Incumbents, in every County; and that the Parishioners shall pay ail their Tithes in kind to the Incumbents of the said Parish Churches. See Harris's 'Hibernica', pp. 123-130. Of the 'Ulster Plantation' Hill says: "The undertakers would have neither act nor part in the plantation if required to hold their lands by oppressive feudal tenure of Knight's service, and they were consequently released therefrom; but the benefit which they thus secured for themselves they were obliged to share with their tenants, by letting their lands on the most liberal terms-- some in fee-farm, some by long leases, and none for shorter terms than twenty-one years. The division and allotment of the lands, therefore, were not made merely that the undertakers, who had been generally needy men, should become wealthy at the expense of their tenants; nor were the latter brought here (to Ireland) to live simply as feudal serfs, reclaiming the soil in which they had no permanent right or interest. On the contrary, all these Conditions and Articles imply a mutual interest between the undertakers and the settlers on their estates, and are now of extreme importance as explanatory of the scope and purpose of the grants then made by the Crown."

    GRANTS AND GRANTEES.

    EVERY undertaker's lands were erected, by the terms of his grant, into a Manor, with certain manorial rights and privileges; including at first the power of establishing Courts Baron, and of enclosing a certain number of acres as a demesne, according to the size, in each case of the proportion held by the undertaker. In this instance, the term demesne (from the Latin de mainsione) properly denotes that part of the estate attached to the Mansion, where the proprietor remains or resides. Other privileges were soon afterwards added, the most useful of which was that of appointing fairs and markets in all places where these institutions were required. The several grants only recite the names of the leading divisions of land in each proportion or estate. Each of those divisions, however, included several smaller parcels, which more correctly represent the numbers of our present townlands.

    The following were the Precincts or Baronies set apart, under the "Ulster Plantation" for PRECINCT of CLOGHER, Co. TYRONE

    1. Sir Thomas Ridgewaie, Knt.

    2. John Leigh, gent.

    3. Walter Edney, Esq.

    4. Thos. Edney, Esq. (brother of 3.)

    5. George Ridgeway, gent.

    6. William Parsons ESQ of the city of Dublin

    7. William Turvin

    8. Edward Kingswell Esquire

    He was married but his wife is not known

    Edward KINGSMILL had the following children:

+18 i. REV Anthony KINGSMILL SR born in 1552

13. Jane KINGSMILL was born between 1542 and 1550 in Hants, England

    She was married to Richard COOPER. Richard COOPER was born abt 1542

14. Katharine KINGSMILL was born between 1544 and 1550 in Hants, England

    She was married to SIR Richard NORTON. SIR Richard NORTON was born abt 1544

15. Alice KINGSMILL was born between 1546 and 1550 in Hants, England

    She was married to James PILKINGTON Bishop of Durham
    James PILKINGTON Bishop of Durham was born abt 1546

17. Sir William KINGSMILL was born in 1526 in Burton, Sussex, England

    His RELATION is 11th G Grandfather of William M Worth
    Sir William Kingsmill sheriff of Hants in 1564 had 10 children
    Edited by Richard J Hayes LLD Director National Library of Ireland. Manuscript Sources for the history of Irish Civilization Vol. 2 Persons E-K Hall & CO 70 Lincoln St. Boston, Mass Filmed by LDS 1981 Item 2 Call # 1431509 Page 717 Kingsmill, Kingesmill, Kinmill

    1- Kingsmill family of genealogical office Ms. 171. PP 181-184 pedigree of Kingsmill of Sidmanton and High Clere in Hampshire and Sandleford in Bucks., c 1500-1710

    2- Kingsmill family of genealogical office Ms. 169. PP 378-91 pedigree of Brice afterwards Kingsmill of Kilroot and castle Chichester and Belfast all in Co Antrim c. 1610--1825

    3- genealogical office Ma. 171. pp. 161&165--184 &192-3 pedigree of Brice of castle Chichester, Kilroot, Kilcoile, and Belfast all in County Antrim later Kingsmill and Bruce, 1613--1827

    4- Kingsmill Family of Ainsworth [JF] report on the Grove papers from [1633]. The property of Mr. P M Grove, by the Kent relating to the Grove family of Donegal and to Jephson Kingsmill, Leslie, Montgomery and Orde families [national libr. on private collections, NO 328

    5- Kingsmill Edward; Belfast; public record office T1514; Title deeds to the manor of Glendrumentine, county of Down, Magennis and Innis families, 1652- 1868 Wills etc of F Thetford and E Kingsmill, Belfast and J W and C Innis of Drumantine, 1720-1803. Military commission of A H Brice Drumantine 1758-77

    6- Kingsmill Fardinandde; Salisbury, Mss letter of W Kingsmill to Sir R Cecil asking that 50 men be added to the company of 100 of his brother F Kingsmill who served under Sir John Norries in Oct 10 1598. Hist. Mss, comm. Salisbury, Mss pt V 111. p 366

    7- Kinfsmill; Capt. Francis; Salisbury, Mss. letter of Capt. F Kingsmill to Sir R Cecil explaining why he has to overstay his leave in England and asking that his brother may have his company in Ireland. He has lost by death his friends Sir John and Sir Thomas Norris, May 27, 1600. [Hist Mss Comm Rep Salisbury Mss PTX 1904 pp 158-9

    8- Kingsmill; Sir Francis; Cowper Mss Letter of Sir A. Chichester, Lord deputy to the Privy Council, recommending Sir F Kingsmill, Dublin May 13 1613. Hist. Mss Comm Rep 12 App 1, 1888 p 78

    9- Kingsmill; Sir Francis; London, Lambeth Palace Library Ms 615. Three letters of Mountjoy to Sir G Carew on Sir Francis Kingsmill's company proceedings against Tyrone, Sir C Wilmotts allowance etc. July 1 1600 n2798 p 1700

    10- Kingsmill. Capt. George; London Lambeth Palace library Ma 624 [Extracts] five letters of the Lord Deputy and council to Sir C. Carew in favor of Lord Andley about money for the soldiers, The Clerk of ordnance at cork, Foot for Sir G. Harvey and Capt. G Kingsmill, April 1, 6, 7, 8, 1600 N 2802 p 1704

    He was married to Bridget RALEIGH (daughter of Sir George RALEIGH ESQ and Jane CONINGSBY) They had 10 Children. Bridget RALEIGH was born about 1534 in Thornborough, Warwickshire, England. She died on December 11, 1592.
    Her RELATION is 11th G Grandmother of William M Worth

    Sir William KINGSMILL and Bridget RALEIGH had the following children:

19 i. Constance KINGSMILL was born about 1551 in Hants, England

20 ii. Bridget KINGSMILL was born about 1553 in Hants, England

21 iii. William KINGSMILL was born about 1565

+22 iv. SIR Capt. Francis KINGSMILL Knight born on January 6, 1570

23 v. Capt. George KINGSMILL Reg. of Foot was born about 1573

24 vi. CAPT Fardinandoe KINGSMILL was born about 1575


 

FIFTH GENERATION

18. REV Anthony KINGSMILL SR was born in 1552.

    He died in 1616

    REV Anthony KINGSMILL SR had the following children:

+25 i. REV Anthony KINGSMILL JR born in 1567

22. SIR Capt. Francis KINGSMILL Knight was born on January 6, 1570 in Sydmonton, Hants, England

    He was baptized on January 6, 1570 in Kingsclere. He died on July 25, 1620
    His RELATION is 10th G Grandfather of William M Worth
    SIR Francis Kingsmill of Sydmonton, and Ballibeg, County Cork, who was distinguished for his services in the Irish campaign, temp 2 Elizabeth. He was buried at St. Mary church Bridgewater, where he is commemorated by a sumptuous marble monument with alabaster effigies. He served in Ireland under Sir G Carew in 1601-1602. He acquired lands at Ballybeg Abbey, County Cork and was Knighted at Dublin March 1603 He died 25 Jul 1620 leaving issue. Dublin Castle Records Dublin Ireland
    He was married to Dorthy ST LEDGER (daughter of Mr. ST LEDGER and Miss ROTHE). Dorthy ST LEDGER was born about 1575
    Her RELATION is 10th G Grandmother of William M Worth

    SIR Capt. Francis KINGSMILL Knight and Dorthy ST LEDGER had the following children:

+26 i. Sir COL William KINGSMILL born in 1596


 

SIXTH GENERATION

25. REV Anthony KINGSMILL JR was born in 1567. He died in 1642

    REV Anthony KINGSMILL JR had the following children:

+27 i. REV Augustine KINGSMILL born in 1604

26. Sir COL William KINGSMILL was born in 1596 in Ballyowen, {Cork, Tipperary,} Ireland.

    His RELATION is 9th G Grandfather of William M Worth
    William Kingsmill Eldest Son of Francis Kingsmill who was the founder of the Irish Branch of the Kingsmill family. He marries Dorthy ST Ledger, grand daughter of Sir George Neville. From this union descends the Kilkenny branch of the Kingsmill's now represented by Rev W M Kingsmill rector of Bredicot and Tibberton, Worcester son of Rev H Kingsmill and grandson of William Kingsmill of the first foot Royals, Brigadier Gen. of Co Kilkenny, from whom 2nd son Col. Kingsmill 66th Reg. the Canadian branch of the Kingsmill's descends. He was "a 1649 officer " and is to be found in various late 19 and early 20s editions of Burks landed gentry.
    He was married to Susannah MORGAN. Susannah MORGAN was born in 1598.
    Her RELATION is 9th G Grandmother of William M Worth

    Sir COL William KINGSMILL and Susannah MORGAN had the following children:

+28 i. Mary KINGSMILL 2nd daughter born in 1634

+29 ii. Sir William KINGSMILL Knight born about 1635


 

SEVENTH GENERATION

27. REV Augustine KINGSMILL was born in 1604.

    He died in 1669

    REV Augustine KINGSMILL had the following children:

+30 i. Henry KINGSMILL born between 1630 and 1640

28. Mary KINGSMILL 2nd daughter was born in 1634

    She was married to REV Ulysses BURGH in 1665. REV Ulysses BURGH was born in 1632 He was from Drouheen Co Limerick, Ireland. Bishop of Ardagh, Ireland. He was appointed Bishop in 1692 and died in the same year.

29. Sir William KINGSMILL Knight was born about 1635 in Sidmonton, Hampshire, England.

    His RELATION is 8th G Grandfather of William M Worth
    He was married to Anne HAZELWOOD on February 21, 1654 in Sydmonton, Hants, England.  Anne HAZELWOOD was born in 1639 in Maidwell, Northampshire, England.
    Her RELATION is 8th G Grandmother of William M Worth

    Sir William KINGSMILL Knight and Anne HAZELWOOD had the following children:

    31 i. Bridget KINGSMILL was born in June 1657 in Sydmonton, Hants, England

    +32 ii. Sir William KINGSMILL Knight [Twin] born about 1661

+33 iii. Anne KINGSMILL [Twin] born in April 1661


 

EIGHTH GENERATION

30. Henry KINGSMILL was born between 1630 and 1640 From Casteiyons, Ireland.

    Henry KINGSMILL had the following children:

+34 i. LT Henry KINGSMILL Squire born about 1700

32. Sir William KINGSMILL Knight [Twin] was born about 1661 in Sidmonton Hampshire, England.

    He died in November 1698
    His RELATION is 7th G Grandfather of William M Worth
    KINGSMILL A Hampshire Family, several members of which came to Ireland, temp, Elizabeth, supposed by Rev William Masor Kingsmill a Dr J Hampshire Kingsmill a rarentt Genealogist died 1900 to be descended from Rev Anthony Kingsmill born 1574, BA Camb.1598 rector of Mallow, 1640 [Mallow then belonging to Sir John Jepbson, grandson in law of Sir William Kingsmill, son of Rev Anthony, Vicar of Milton, Kent. Tradition says however that the two sons [Next] came to Ireland with William 111.
    He was married to Frances COLWEL (daughter of Thomas COLWEL).
    Frances COLWEL was born about 1665 in London, Middlessex, England
    Her RELATION is 7th G Grandmother of William M Worth

    Sir William KINGSMILL Knight [Twin] and Frances COLWEL had the following children:

+35 i. REV William KINGSMILL born between 1683 and 1684

33. Anne KINGSMILL [Twin] was born in April 1661 in Sydmonton, Hants, England.

    She died on August 29, 1720 She was buried in Eastwell, Kent, England
    She was married to Heneage FINCH on May 14, 1684 in Eastwell, Kent, England. Heneage FINCH was born on January 3, 1656/57 in Eastwell, Kent, England. He was christened on January 11, 1656/57 in Eastwell, Kent, England. He died on September 30, 1726 in Eastwell, Kent, England


 

NINTH GENERATION

34. LT Henry KINGSMILL Squire was born about 1700 in Hampshire, England.

    He died about 1774 in Ireland ?.
    He was married to Mary Flood
    Mary FLOOD (daughter of Luke FLOOD and Mary VICARS) was born about 1705. She died in Ireland ?.

    LT Henry KINGSMILL Squire and Mary FLOOD had the following children:

+36 i. John KINGSMILL born between 1720 and 1740

35. REV William KINGSMILL was born between 1683 and 1684 in Didmount, Hampshire, England.

    His RELATION is 6th G Grandfather of William M Worth
    He was married to Miss DUNNE. Miss DUNNE was born about 1682.
    Her RELATION is 6th G Grandmother of William M Worth

    REV William KINGSMILL and Miss DUNNE had the following children:

+37 i. Thomas KINGSMILL born about 1710

38 ii. Henry KINGSMILL was born on August 26, 1711 in St. Johns Parish, Limerick, Ireland

39 iii. Francis KINGSMILL was born on April 27, 1713 in St. Johns Parish, Limerick, Ireland.

    He died on November 3, 1714 in St. Johns Parish, Limerick, Ireland


 

TENTH GENERATION

36. John KINGSMILL was born between 1720 and 1740

    He was from Borris, Irelan
    He was married to Miss TASMANIAN. Miss TASMANIAN was born between 1720 and 1740

37. Thomas KINGSMILL was born about 1710 in Didmount, Hampshire, England.

    He died in 1771 in Ireland
    His RELATION is 5th G Grandfather of William M Worth
    He was married but his wife is unknown to me.

    Thomas KINGSMILL had the following children:

+40 i. JOHN KINGSMILL born about 1734

+41 ii. Luke KINGSMILL born about 1714


 

ELEVENTH GENERATION

40. JOHN KINGSMILL was born about 1734.

    He died in 1802
    His RELATION is 4th G Grandfather of William M Worth.
    He was married to ELENOR PALMER. ELENOR PALMER was born about 1736
    Her RELATION is 4th G Grandmother of William M Worth

    JOHN KINGSMILL and ELENOR PALMER had the following children:

+42 i. THOMAS KINGSMILL born in 1762

41. Luke KINGSMILL was born about 1714 in Hampshire, England.

    He died in 1800 in Donaghmore, Diocese of Ossory, Ireland. He is listed in Indexes to Irish wills edited by W P W Phillimore and Gertured Thrift. Five Volumes in one Published by Genealogical Publishing Co Baltimore, Md. in 1970 Page 19 Luke Kingsmill Kilkenny 1800 Ossory Wills 1536Ń1800
    He was married to ANNE DOBBYN in Donaghmore, Ossory, Ireland. ANNE DOBBYN was born about 1725. She is from Donaghmore, Ireland

    Luke KINGSMILL and ANNE DOBBYN had the following children:

+43 i. Henry KINGSMILL born in 1754


 

TWELFTH GENERATION

42. THOMAS KINGSMILL was born in 1762 in Ireland.

    He died in 1846 in Ireland.
    His RELATION is 3rd G Grandfather of William M Worth
    Thomas Kingsmill was mentioned in the will of George Lodge as his father in law.
    He was married to JANE PALMER (daughter of JOSEPH PALMER and ELIZABETH BOWES) 1st wife. JANE PALMER was born about 1765
    Her RELATION is 3rd G Grandmother of William M Worth

    THOMAS KINGSMILL and JANE PALMER had the following children

+44 i. Ellen KINGSMILL born in 1792

+45 ii. Jane KINGSMILL born in 1794

+46 iii. Anne JANE KINGSMILL born about 1795

47 iv. Thomas KINGSMILL was born in 1798 in Ireland.

    He died in 1818

48 v. Celia KINGSMILL was born in 1800 in Irelan

+49 vi. REV Henry KINGSMILL born in 1803

+50 vii. REV Joseph KINGSMILL born in 1806

    He was married to Sarah MEARES 2nd Wife [no issue] Sarah MEARES was born about 176

43. Henry KINGSMILL was born in 1754 in England ?.

    He died in 1840 in Killieugr, Borris-in-Ossory, Ireland. Henry was agent to his brother Luke and was Sub Sheriff of Killieugr when his Cousin, Flood was High Sheriff His son John was convicted of Manslater in Maryboro on 23 March 1824 and sentenced to life He was pardoned in 1827. Henry was a resident of Banis Co. Donegal in 1824 when he petitioned the Gov. on John's behalf It was stated " I have been in the army for 48 Years "
    He was married to Mary ? PALMER about 1786 1st wife. Mary ? PALMER was born about 1756.

    Henry KINGSMILL and Mary ? PALMER had the following children

51 i. Carroll Elizabeth KINGSMILL was born in 1787 in Ireland.

    She died 10 Aug 18691869 in Maitland West, Australia

+52 ii. John Allen KINGSMILL born in 1794

53 iii. Letitia KINGSMILL was born in 1795 in Ireland.

    She died on May 22, 1874 in Maitland West, Australia

+54 iv. Luke KINGSMILL born in 1797

    He was married to Miss WHITE (daughter of Luke WHITE] 2nd wife. Miss WHITE was born about 1758
    He was married to Mary ALLEN in Ireland 3rd Wife. Mary ALLEN was born about 1760 in Ireland

    Henry KINGSMILL and Mary ALLEN had the following children:

55 i. Luke KINGSMILL was born about 1787 in Ireland

56 ii. Henry KINGSMILL was born about 1790 in Ireland

+57 iii. Elizabeth KINGSMILL born about 1792

+58 iv. Letitia KINGSMILL born about 1793

59 v. John KINGSMILL was born about 1795 in Laois, [Queens], Ireland.

    He died in 1869. John was tried for manslaughter on 23 March 1824 in Maryboro. He gave his native place as Queens County, and was sentenced to life. He received a conditional pardon in 1827 and died in 1869. His father Henry was a resident of Banis Co Donegal in 1824 when he petitioned the Gov. on John's behalf


 

THIRTEENTH GENERATION

44. Ellen KINGSMILL was born in 1792 in Ireland

    She was married to George LODGE (son of George Frederick LODGE and Mary PHILLIPS) about 1813. George LODGE was born about 1790 in Graigavoice, Queens, Ireland. He died in June 1823 in Dublin, Ireland. George died at a relatively young age and his daughter Caroline was raised by her Uncle Richard Frederick Lodge who lived on the old family estate of "Prospect" Ellen KINGSMILL and George LODGE had the following children:

+60 i. Caroline LODGE born about 1819

45. Jane KINGSMILL was born in 1794 in Ireland.

    She died in 1866
    She was married to Joseph ABBOTT. Joseph ABBOTT was born about 1792 in Ireland

46. Anne JANE KINGSMILL was born about 1795 in Ireland.

    She died on April 8, 1836 in Templemore, Ireland
    Her RELATION is 2nd G Grandmother of William M Worth
    She was married to JOSHUA FINLAY SGT OF POLICE RIC about 1812 in Ireland 1st wife, JOSHUA FINLAY SGT OF POLICE RIC was born about 1788 in Ireland. He died on November 29, 1858 in Rathdowney Queens CO [Laois,] Ireland. He was buried in Ireland
    His RELATION is 2nd G Grandfather of William M Worth

    Anne JANE KINGSMILL and JOSHUA FINLAY SGT OF POLICE RIC had the following children:

61 i. Thomas Kingsmill FINLAY was born about 1813 in Queens CO Ireland.

    He died on December 7, 1861

+62 ii. William Kingsmill FINLAY born in 1815

+63 iii. JOHN KINGSMILL FINLAY born in 1818

+64 iv. Jane B FINLAY born about 1820

65 v. Eliza FINLAY was born on February 19, 1833 in Queens CO [Laois] Ireland

+66 vi. Margret Jane FINLAY born in 1834

+67 vii. Susan FINLAY born about 1835

68 viii. Maria FINLAY was born about 1836 in Queens CO Ireland.

    She died on September 18, 1913 in Rathdowney, Queens CO Ireland, unmarried. She was buried in 1913 in Donaghmore, Ireland. Maria is buried here Placename Donaghmore town County Laois Civil Parish Rathdowney. Poor Law Union Donaghmore Barony Clandonagh

49. REV Henry KINGSMILL was born in 1803 in Ireland.

    He died in 1889
    He was married to Ellen Emily BURT in 1841. Ellen Emily BURT was born about 1807 in Ireland.

50. REV Joseph KINGSMILL was born in 1806 in Ireland.

    He died in 1866
    He was married to Margaret Thomas BURT. Margaret Thomas BURT was born about 1810 in Ireland

52. John Allen KINGSMILL was born in 1794. He was from Maitland Ireland.

    He died on July 7, 1869 in Maitland West, Australia
    He was married to Mary JOHNSON on August 8, 1825 in St. Phillips Church, Sydney, Australia. Mary JOHNSON was born about 1799 in England ?.
    She died on May 18, 1828 in Sydney NSW, Australia

    John Allen KINGSMILL and Mary JOHNSON had the following children:

+69 i. Mary Ann KINGSMILL born on August 17, 1826

+70 ii. Sophia Letitia KINGSMILL born on September 28, 1827

    He was married to Anne DRISCOLL on July 8, 1829 in St. James Church, Australia 2nd wife. Anne DRISCOLL was born about 1804. She died on June 10, 1873 in Maitland West, Australia.

    John Allen KINGSMILL and Anne DRISCOLL had the following children:

71 i. Henry KINGSMILL was born on June 22, 1831 in Newcastle, Australia.

    He died on June 5, 1844 in Maitland West, Australia

72 ii. John Allen KINGSMILL was born on May 17, 1833 in Maitland West, Australia

+73 iii. Luke KINGSMILL born on May 23, 1835

74 iv. Walter KINGSMILL was born on April 24, 1836 in Maitland West, Australia.

    He died on November 5, 1889 in Newcastle, Australia Hospital.

75 v. Robert Goodbody KINGSMILL was born on February 20, 1839 in Maitland West, Australia

76 vi. Helena Maria Anne KINGSMILL was born on December 25, 1840 in Maitland West, Australia

54. Luke KINGSMILL was born in 1797. He was from Drogbeds, [Drogheda]Ireland.

    He died in 1849 in Castle Bellingham, Louth, Ireland.
    He was married to Catherine ABBOTT (daughter of William ABBOTT and Miss FOLINGSBY) about 1818. Catherine ABBOTT was born about 1800 in Hollypark Ireland. She died in 1868 in Ireland

    Luke KINGSMILL and Catherine ABBOTT had the following children:

+77 i. Arthur John KINGSMILL born in 1821

57. Elizabeth KINGSMILL was born about 1792 in Louth, Ireland.

    She was married to MR Carroll. Mr. CARROLL was born about 1790.

58. Letitia KINGSMILL was born about 1793 in Louth, Ireland

    She was married to Joseph O'MEAGHER. He was born about 1790 in Ireland.


 

FOURTEENTH GENERATION

60. Caroline LODGE was born about 1819 in Laois [Queens] County, Ireland.

    She was married to William Kingsmill FINLAY (son of JOSHUA FINLAY SGT OF POLICE R.I.C. and Anne JANE KINGSMILL) was born in 1815 in Queens CO Ireland. He died after 1866. He lived in Llewllyn Park, Orange, NJ USA in 1866.

    Caroline LODGE and William Kingsmill FINLAY had the following children:

78 i. William FINLAY was born about 1842

79 ii. Caroline FINLAY was born about 1845

+80 iii. James FINLAY born about 1849

62. William Kingsmill FINLAY was born in 1815 in Queens CO Ireland.

    He died after 1866. He lived in Llewllyn Park, Orange, NJ USA in 1866
    He was married to Caroline LODGE (daughter of George LODGE and Ellen KINGSMILL) was born about 1819 in Laois [Queens] County, Ireland

    William Kingsmill FINLAY and Caroline LODGE had the following children:

78 i. William FINLAY born about 1842

79 ii. Caroline FINLAY born about 1845

+80 iii. James FINLAY born about 1849

63. JOHN KINGSMILL FINLAY was born in 1818 in Rathdowney, Queens CO [Laois],Ireland.

    He died on April 6, 1896 in Kittanning, Armstrong, PA. He was buried in 1896 in Kittanning, Armstrong, PA cemetery.
    His RELATION in Great Grandfather of William M Worth
    After coming to America he spent some time in Kentucky and then to Kittanning where he met and married Eliza Jane Brown a cousin and 25 years younger. They had 6 children all born in Kittanning. Four were deaf mutes. He and all his Family in Ireland were FINLAY The name changed to FINLEY in the US. I have inserted here a history of the Finlay line

    The Farquharsons having moved onto their deeside inheritance became vassals of the Earldom of Mar In the early 17th century they were able to purchase feu charters to their lands and after the attainder of the Earl of Mar who led the Jacobite rising of 1715 they held these directly of the Crown. To day [1996] the castle of Braemar, which was built in 1628 by James Erskin, Earl of Mar, is owned by Capt. Alwyne A C Farquharson. Clan Farquharson were among the most loyal to the House of Stewart. They fought under Montrose in 1644 and formed part of the Scottish army under Charles 11 at Worcester in 1651. They joined forces under the Viscount of Dundee in 1689 for James V11. At the outbreak of rebellion in 1715 against the Act of union they were the first to muster at the summons of the Earl of Mar in the cause of James V111. At this time John Farquharson of Ivercauld with 4 officers and 140 men joined the Clan Chattan, accompanying it to England. The Farquharson's marched out of Preston to Ribble-bridge to attack the English Army. At another battle of Sheriffmuir the Scots were defeated at Preston and John Farquharson was taken prisoner and held in the prison in London for 10 mo. John Farquarson of Invercauld,9th Chief died in 1750 and was succeeded by his son James, 10th Chief, a Capt. of foot in the Hanoverian Army, who died in 1805. His only surviving child Catherine, by virtue of the Lyon Court decree,1815,assigning the chief arms and supporters was head of the ventral or Stem family of Farquharson of Invercauld and so was chief of the clan. She married Capt. James Ross, Royal Navy, who took the name Farquharson. She was succeeded by her son, James, who was succeeded by Alexander Haldane Farquharson of Invercauld, who died in 1936. His daughter Mrs. Myrtle Farquharson of Invercauld was confirmed chief by Lyon Court degree on Dec 3,1936. She was killed in an air raid in 1940. The succession then passed to her Nephew the present and 16 Th Chief of the Clan Farquharson. [1996] Capt. Alwyne Arthur Compton Farquharson of Invercauld was by Lyon Court in 1949 confirmed MacFionnlaidh. He served with distinction as a Capt. in the Royal Scots Greys during WW 11. He resides at Invercauld Castle in Braemar on Royal Deeside. The Farquharson estate covers about 200,000 acres of forest and moor in the Grampian region in Aberdeenshire.

    THE CLAN FARQUHARSON [GAELIC NAME MACFHEARCHAIR]

    Serps: BARRIE, BOWMAN, BREBNER, CHRISTIE, CHRISTISON, COATES, COUTTS, CROMAR, FARQUHAR, FERRIES, FINDLAY, FINDLAYSON, FINDLAISON, FINLEY, GRACIE, GRASSICK, AND MANY MORE.

    Clan Farquharson, of Celtic origin, derives from Farquhar, 4th son of Alexander Ciar, 3rd Shaw of Rothiemurchus. A grant of arms made by Lord Lyon in 1697 stated that John Farquharson of Invercauld was lawfully descended of Shaw son of MacDuff. Thane of Fife whose successors had the name Shaw until Farquhar Shaw, son of Shaw of Rothiemerchus, Chief of the whole name came to be called Farquharson. Thus the Farquharsons branched from Clan Shaw. Farquhar, who lived in the reign of James 111, settled in the Braes of Mar and was appointed Baillie or hereditary Chamberlain there of. It was Donald Farquharson, 4th Chief, who married Isobel Stewart, heiress of Invercauld and their son Finlay Mor[B about 1487] 1st of the house of Farquharson of Invercauld, and 5th Chief who gave to the Farquharson Chiefs their style MacFionnlaidh [Siol Fhionnlaidh or descendants of Finlay] At the age of 60, Finlay Mor accompanied the Earl of Huntly to the battle of Pinkie in 1547. As the army descended toward the sea he was killed by a cannon ball fired from an enemy ship. His body lies interred in the churchyard of Inveresk. The place is still known as the "Lang Highlandman's grave." His Widow Beatrix Garden also has a claim to remembrance having been an outstanding performer on the little harp or Clasach. Queen Mary presented one of these instruments to her and this harp is now preserved in the National Museum of Antiquities
    He was married to ELIZA JANE BROWN [TWIN] (daughter of JOSEPH FINLEY and MARGARET [PEGGY] BROWN) in 1863 in St. PaulŐs EPS Church Kittanning, Armstrong, PA.
    ELIZA JANE BROWN [TWIN] was born on November 11, 1843 in Armstrong CO PA. She died on April 20, 1928 in Pittsburgh, PA. She was buried in 1928 in Kittanning, Armstrong, PA Cemetery.
    Her RELATION is Great Grandmother of William M Worth

    JOHN KINGSMILL FINLAY and ELIZA JANE BROWN TWIN had the following children:

81 i. William Mosgrove [Willie] FINLEY was born on December 10, 1863 in Kittanning, Armstrong, PA.

    He died on October 11, 1880 in Pittsburgh PA Train Wreck Unmarried. He was buried on October 15, 1880 in Kittanning, Armstrong, PA cemetery He was christened in St. PaulŐs EPS Church Kittanning, PA Born a deaf mute he attended the school for the deaf in Pittsburgh, PA. He was killed by suffocation by steam in a train wreck in Pittsburgh. The train he was on was hit from behind by another train, at a station stop and Willie and 40 other people were killed and many injured on 11 Oct 1880 I have a copy of the Newspaper account of the accident in my file.

82 ii. Margaret Kingsmill FINLEY was born on December 1, 1865 in Kittanning, Armstrong, PA.

    She was christened in St. PaulŐs EPS Church Kittanning PA. She died on June 15, 1956 in Grants Pass, Oregon Unmarried. She was buried in 1956 in Grants Pass Oregon Granit Hills Cemetery. In the Kittanning Times on June 17,1881 she is recorded as in the roll of honor as a student who passed the final examination with a percent of 95 or better. She was a schoolteacher in Kittanning and Pittsburgh PA. Teaching English, French, German, and Sign for the deaf. She studied French and German while Teaching English and sign in Germany in the late 1890s. She met the Kaiser on the way home and set a letter to her sister Elizabeth about the experience. I have a copy of the letter. A stop in Ireland to see her aunts in Rathdowney, Queens, Ireland and visit the home of her Grandparents, the Kingsmill Mansion Described as a 40 bedroom home, with a Deer Park and a lake in about 1900. [Location not given]. She moved to Grants Pass Oregon after retiring to be with her sister Elizabeth, and died there some years later. She is buried in Grants Pass next to her sister.

83 iii. Caroline Anne [Carrie] FINLEY was born on March 2, 1868 in Kittanning, Armstrong, PA.

    She was christened in St. PaulŐs EPS church Kittanning, PA. She died on January 11, 1923 in Kittanning, Armstrong, PA Unmarried. She was buried in 1923 in Kittanning, Armstrong, PA Cemetery

+84 iv. ELIZABETH LEE FINLEY born on July 23, 1871

85 v. George Hilton FINLEY was born on May 14, 1874 in Kittanning, Armstrong, PA.

    He was christened in St. PaulŐs EPS church Kittanning, PA. He died on May 18, 1947 in Pittsburgh, PA Unmarried. He was buried in 1947 in Kittanning, Armstrong, PA Cemetery. George was a carpenter and belonged to the Carpenter's union

+86 vi. Joshua Brown FINLEY born on December 19, 1876

64. Jane B FINLAY was born about 1820 in Queens CO Ireland.

    She died in 1876 in Kittanning PA. She was buried in 1876 in Kittanning Cemetery Kittanning, PA.
    She was married to George DIXON about 1850 in New York City, NY. George DIXON was born about 1818. He was from New York City, NY. He died before 1886 in Brooklyn, NY.

    Jane B FINLAY and George DIXON had the following children:

87 i. Mary DIXON was born about 1856 in New York City, NY.

    She died in May 1886 in Brooklyn, NY. She was buried on May 7, 1886 in Brooklyn, NY.

66. Margaret Jane FINLAY was born in 1834 in Queens CO Ireland.

    She was married to John COOPER on September 30, 1850 in Church of Ireland Rathdowney Ireland. John COOPER was born about 1830 in Ireland.

    Margaret Jane FINLAY and John COOPER had the following children:

88 i. Irene COOPER was born about 1874 in Rathdowney, Ireland.

    She was christened in Church of Ireland, Rathdowney, Queens, Ireland.

67. Susan FINLAY was born about 1835 in Queens CO Ireland.

    She was married to John F OTTER (son of John OTTER) on September 14, 1857 in Church of Ireland Rathdowney Ireland. John F OTTER was born about 1835. He was an English Man.

    Susan FINLAY and John F OTTER had the following Children

89 i. Alfred OTTER was born in 1858 in Ireland

90 ii. Edwin OTTER Royal Irish Const was born in 1860 in CO Westmeath, Ireland.

69. Mary Ann KINGSMILL was born on August 17, 1826 in Sydney NSW Australia.

    She died in 1909 in St. Leonards NSW, Australia
    She was married to Arthur John KINGSMILL (son of Luke KINGSMILL and Catherine ABBOTT). They were Cousins. Arthur John KINGSMILL was born in 1821. He died in 1902.

    Mary Ann KINGSMILL and Arthur John KINGSMILL had the following children:

+91 i. Mary Catherine KINGSMILL born about 1855

+92 ii. John Johnson KINGSMILL born in 1858

70. Sophia Letitia KINGSMILL was born on September 28, 1827 in Sydney, Australia.

    She died in 1874 in Maitland West, Australia.

    She was married to James Kennedy ALLEN (son of John ALLEN and Catherine KENNEDY) on September 10, 1850 in Maitland, Australia. James Kennedy ALLEN was born in 1826 in Mayo Co. Ireland. He died in 1913 in Newtown, Australia.

    Sophia Letitia KINGSMILL and James Kennedy ALLEN had the following children:

93 i. Mary J ALLEN was born in 1851 in Mangrove Creek, Australia

94 ii. Henry J ALLEN was born in 1854 in Maitland West, Australia

+95 iii. Sophia Emily ALLEN born on September 18, 1855

96 iv. Elanor J ALLEN was born in 1857 in AAC Dungog, Australia

97 v. Phoebe R ALLEN was born in 1859 in AAC Dungog, Australia

98 vi. Helena L ALLEN was born in 1861 in AAC Dungog, Australia

99 vii. John K ALLEN was born in 1863 in Maitland West, Australia

100 viii. Eva A ALLEN was born in 1866 in Maitland West, Australia

101 ix. Adeline A ALLEN was born in 1868 in Maitland West, Australia

102 x. Alice Maud ALLEN was born in 1871 in Maitland West, Australia

73. Luke KINGSMILL was born on May 23, 1835 in Maitland West, Australia.

    He died on February 13, 1859 in Forest Lodge, Maitland, Australia.
    He was married to Mariana O'MEAGHER in St. Peters Church East Maitland, Australia. Mariana O'MEAGHER was born about 1835 in Ireland. She died in 1914 in Auburn, Australia.

    Luke KINGSMILL and Mariana O'MEAGHER had the following children:

+103 i. Luke O'Meagher KINGSMILL born about 1855

77. Arthur John KINGSMILL was born in 1821. He died in 1902.

    He was married to Mary Ann KINGSMILL (daughter of John Allen KINGSMILL and Mary JOHNSON). They were Cousins. Mary Ann KINGSMILL was born on August 17, 1826 in Sydney NSW, Australia. She died in 1909 in ST Leonards NSW, Australia.

    Arthur John KINGSMILL and Mary Ann KINGSMILL had the following children:

+91 i. Mary Catherine KINGSMILL born about 1855

+92 ii. John Johnson KINGSMILL born in 1858


 

FIFTEENTH GENERATION

80. James FINLAY was born about 1849.

    He was married to Miss HELEY. Miss HELEY (daughter of M W HELEY) was born about 1850

84. ELIZABETH LEE FINLEY was born on July 23, 1871 in Kittanning, Armstrong, PA.

    She was christened in St. PaulŐs EPS church Kittanning, PA. She died on February 26, 1961 in Tempe Arizona. She was buried in Grants Pass Oregon Granit Hills Cemetery.

    Her RELATION is Grandmother of William M Worth

    A 6ft tall woman She had the only Grandchild of John K Finley and Eliza Brown. She learned Sign language early as 4 of her Brothers and Sisters were deaf mutes. She in turn taught it most places she went around the country. She was a housemother at Elmcrest childrenŐs home in Syracuse, Onondaga, NY She traveled all over the US and had friends everywhere. Born and raised in the Eps faith she was a devout Christian and very proud of her Irish Ancestry on both sides of her family. I have a picture, among many of this lady at age 80 on a quarter horse in Arizona. In the Kittanning Times June 17 1881 she is recorded in the Roll of Honor as a student who in the final examination reached a percentage of 95 and upwards, Lizzie as she was called often throughout her life was in room #2
    She was married to WILLIAM FREDERICK WORTH (son of JOHN WORTH and MARGARET OR ELIZABETH MILLEN) on January 9, 1894 in St. PaulŐs EPS Church Kittanning, Armstrong, PA. WILLIAM FREDERICK WORTH was born on January 4, 1859 in Bangor Maine. He died on October 8, 1924 on the train of a heart attack in Kansas City MO on his way to CA. He was buried in 1924 in Rosedale Cemetery Los Angeles CA.

    His RELATION is Grandfather of William M Worth

    From the Kittanning Times on Friday Jan.12,1894 on film #6 Kittanning weekly times Oct 9,1891 15 June 1896. Film from the State library of PA Harrisburg, PA. Mr. William Frederick Worth and Miss Elizabeth Lee Finley both of this place were married in St. PaulŐs Episcopal Church last Tuesday evening, Rey Dimmjck officiating. The church was crowded with the friends of the contracting parties and if good wishes have any weight with dame fortune the future lives of the young people will be full of sunshine and pleasure, and prosperity will ever attend them. Mr. and Mrs. Worth went to housekeeping immediately.

    ELIZABETH LEE FINLEY and WILLIAM FREDERICK WORTH had the following children:

+104 i. JOHN MILLEN FINLEY WORTH born on January 18, 1895

86. Joshua Brown FINLEY was born on December 19, 1876 in Kittanning, Armstrong, PA.

    He was christened in St. PaulŐs EPS Church Kittanning, PA. He died on July 1, 1961 in Hospital of Acura NJ. He was buried in 1961 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He was a carpenter and was Deaf and mute
    He was married to Ida Zimmerman WILSON on March 16, 1924 in Analeptic City New Jersey No Issue. Ida Zimmerman WILSON was born about 1876. She died before 1961 in New Jersey. She was buried in Acura cemetery New Jersey She was also a deaf Mute

91. Mary Catherine KINGSMILL was born about 1855 in Ireland.

    She was married to Luke O'Meagher KINGSMILL (son of Luke KINGSMILL and Mariana O'MEAGHER)[Half Cousins]
    Luke O'Meagher KINGSMILL was born about 1855 in Ireland

    Mary Catherine KINGSMILL and Luke O'Meagher KINGSMILL had the following children:

+105 i. Gerald KINGSMILL born about 1875

92. John Johnson KINGSMILL was born in 1858 in Ireland

    He died in 1941.
    He was married to Elizabeth ASSER. Elizabeth ASSER was born about 1864

    John Johnson KINGSMILL and Elizabeth ASSER had the following children:

+106 i. Kenneth Seymour KINGSMILL born in 1895

95. Sophia Emily ALLEN was born on September 18, 1855 in Australia.

    She was married to Tom Howell INGALL (son of Robert INGALL and Fanny SPLATT) on June 20, 1877 in William ST Bathurst, Australia.
    Tom Howell INGALL was born on October 24, 1855 in Maitland West, Australia.

    Sophia Emily ALLEN and Tom Howell INGALL had the following children:

107 i. Laura INGALL was born on August 27, 1878 in Newcomen, ST Newcastle, Australia

108 ii. Fanny S INGALL was born on December 13, 1879 in Compton House Bolton, Newcastle, Australia.

    She died in 1881 in Newcastle, Australia

109 iii. Clarence Edgar INGALL was born in 1880 in Newcastle, Australia.

    He died on September 2, 1951 in Newcastle, Australia

110 iv. Vera INGALL was born in 1885 in Newcastle, Australia

111 v. Chella L INGALL was born in 1890 in Newcastle, Australia

112 vi. Elvin T D INGALL was born in 1892 in Newcastle, Australia

103. Luke O'Meagher KINGSMILL was born about 1855 in Ireland.

    He was married to Mary Catherine KINGSMILL (daughter of Arthur John KINGSMILL and Mary Ann KINGSMILL) [Half Cousins] Mary Catherine KINGSMILL was born about 1855 in Ireland.

    Luke O'Meagher KINGSMILL and Mary Catherine KINGSMILL had the following children:

+105 i. Gerald KINGSMILL born about 1875


 

SIXTEENTH GENERATION

104. JOHN MILLEN FINLEY WORTH was born on January 18, 1895 in Kittanning, Armstrong, PA.

    He was christened in St. PaulŐs EPS Church Kittanning PA. He died on May 26, 1979 in Santa Anna CA. He was Cremated, No Burial Site.
    His RELATION is Father of William M Worth
    John was married 4 times and had a total of 6 children [one boy and one girl from each of his first 3 marriages]. All of his wives are now dead [2001] but 5 of his 6 children are still living in Dec 2001
    He was married to VENITAH CORRINE KING on April 14, 1927 in Scranton PA. VENITAH CORRINE KING was born on January 26, 1897 in Hammond ST Lawrence, NY. She died on October 20, 1975 in Syracuse NY. She was buried in 1975 in Oakwood Cemetery Syracuse NY.
    Her RELATION is Mother of William M Worth

    JOHN MILLEN FINLEY WORTH and VENITAH CORRINE KING had the following children:

+113 i. WILLIAM MYRON WORTH USMS WW2 USMC Korea born on July 25, 1928

+114 ii. MARTHA ANN WORTH born on May 23, 1930

105. Gerald KINGSMILL was born about 1875.

    His wife is not known

    Gerald KINGSMILL had the following children:

115 i. Arthur Gerald KINGSMILL was born about 1900

106. Kenneth Seymour KINGSMILL was born in 1895. He died in 1970.

    He was married to Doreen Margaret Hunter NEWELL in 1929. Doreen Margaret Hunter NEWELL was born in 1904 She died in 1988


 


 

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