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The 

Pedigree Directory 

1917 

A List of Pedigrees and of those 
interested in ^edigrees^ in one 
Alphabet. A Key to the vast store 
of information in private hands 



Most families treasure up a pedigree or pedigrees ; many possess 
very fine ones. Practically the steps in every pedigree are known 
to someone, somewhere, and can be proved. Use this Directory to 
ascertain to whom to apply for information, and the names of 
those who seek information. To avoid frivolous correspondence 
charge a small fee for information given; the fee can be handed tc> 

a War Charity 



LONDON : 

GEORGE SHERWOOD 

227 STRAND (By Temple Bar) 






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Preface. 

TT is not necessary to point out to an intelligent 
and discerning public, that if you want to know 
you must ask, and ask persistently. He who is 
interested in family history must do this more than 
anyone else, and continue to question and to set down 
facts through the generations. Old correspondents 
will remember the quarterly Genealogical Queries 
AND Memoranda (i 896-1900), of which the present 
work is a development. The simple principle to be 
remembered is that if you seek or can give informa- 
tion as to any pedigree or any family, your own or 
any other, let the fact be recorded in The Pedigree 
Directory, to which every inquirer must necessarily 
refer. It is a shame to hoard information and make 
no use of it ; false pride to be ashamed to ask. 

Insertions for The Pedigree Directory, 19 18, 
should be sent in at once. The more entries inserted, 
the more likely is the work to be consulted. 



NAHOLD B. LE6 LIBRARY 

BRIQHAM YOUNG UNIVEI^TY 

PROVO. UTAH 



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The names of those interested will be found in dictionary 
order ^ in heavy type^ jo I lowed by their addresses. 

ABB ATT, of ly-iSth centuries. Devon, Somerset and Lancashire 
(WiUiam ABBATT, Tarrytovvn, N.Y., U.S. America). See 
DEAN, SHIPLEY. 

ABE^GER, The Lady. Rownhams House, Rownhams, Hants. 
See O'MOORE. 

ACKROYD famines. Correspondence invited. (Walter ACKROYD, 
Magrath, Alberta, Canada.) See BAUDWIN, ECROYD. 

ADAMS, of East AngUa. Genealogical notes wanted for complete 
history of the family. (Henry ADAMS, 60, Queen Victoria 
Street, London, E.C.) 

ADAMSON, of BaUinallack, Ireland. (Mrs. TREFFRY.) 

AGAS, of Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk. (Phihp LAYER.) 

AKEROYD, Richard, of Briercliffe, Lancashire, born 1510-20. 
Who was his father ? (W. FARRER.) 

ALLEN, John and Ann, of Dover, Kent, hving 1703. 
(H. D. HEARN.) 

ALLHUSEN, Miss, Pinhay, Lyme Regis, Dorset. See BRISACIER. 

ALLISON, of Louth, Lines., Edward, 1717. Where bom? 
(Revd. H. F. ALLISON.) 

ALLISON, of Lincolnshire and possibly Yorkshire, before 1720. 
(Revd. H. F. ALLISON, Scothorne. Lincoln.) 

ALPORT, of Cannock, Staffs., i8th century. (Bernard P. 
SCATTERGOOD.) 



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AMERICAN colonists and settlers. Can give information. 
(George SHERWOOD.) 

ANDERSON, of Craighead, Dunlop, Ayrshire, before 1680. 

(S. E. POLLOK.) 
ANDERSON. S^e James WEST. (C. W. RUSTON-HARRISON.) 

ANTROBUS, of Cheshire, Herts., London. Eight pedigrees, 
chiefly 17th century, deposited with Society of Genealogists 
by Sir Reginald ANTROBUS, 19, Cranley Gardens, London, 
S.W., who will be glad to receive, and give, information 
regarding them. 

ARCHER famihes, Northern Counties, specially Cumberland 

branches. (G. H. ROWBOTHAM.) 
ARLEY parish, Warwick. Can give information about Arley 

famiUes. (G. FOTHERGILL.) 

ARMES, of Norfolk. (J. L. GLASSCOCK.) 

ARMSTRONG, Archibald, of Grenada, died in London in 1823. 
A son, Edward, was born c. 1801 in Bath or Bristol. (C. W. 
RUSTON-HARRISON.) 

ARNOLD, of Faversham, Ringwould, Gravesend, Kingsdown, all 
in Kent. (E. Montague ARNOLD, Burton Joyce, Sidcup, 
Kent.) 

ASHFIELD, of Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, and Worcestershire. 
(Gery MILNER-GIBSON-CULLUM, F.S.A.) 

ASHTON, Joseph, of Natland, Westmorland, born c. 1720. Who 
were his parents ? (W. FARRER.) 

ASTLEY, of Norfolk, Warwickshire, and Cheshire, Wem, Salop, 
i8th century. (Revd. H. L. Dukinfield ASTLEY, East 
Rudham, Norfolk.) See BRETT, DANIELL, DUKIN- 
FIELD, SEYMOUR. 



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ASTLEY, Walter, of Tamhorn and Whittington, Staffs., 1650- 
1700. (T. A. VAUGHTON.) 

ATKINS, of West Somerset. (Revd. S. E. DODDERIDGE.) 

ATKINS, of Portsmouth. Michael Atkins, Mavor, 1737 and 1753. 
(Howard Meuric LLOYD.) 

ATTREE (Col. F. W. T.), F.S.A., late R.E., 53, Albert Bridge 
Road. London, S.W\ See CROSSLEY, TOWN. 

ATWATER, of Kent, England. (Howard C. MYERS.) 

AUBREY, especially descendants of Sir John. Did name become 
CHAPMAN before 1718 ? (Robert S. LEPPER.) 

AUGUR, of East Sussex, connected bv marriage with Stedman 
family in 1686. (Thos. Gurney STEDMAN.) 

AUSTIN, family of. Oundle, Northants. (Stanley AUSTIN, 43, 
Darenth Road, Stamford Hill, N. See GILL, WRIGHT. 

BACHILER. Stephen, of St. John's, Oxford, 1586. Vicar of 
Wherwell, Hants. (V. C. SANBORN.) 

BAKER (Miss Frances E.). 91, Brown Street, Salisbury. See 
DOZELL. 

BAKER, H. R. Popham, 126, Accrington Road, Blackburn 
Lancashire. See BAKER. BARR, GAPPER. 

BAKER, Richard, of Norwich, 17th century. Gules, a goat 
passant. Descendants rectors of Kirbv Cane and Kirby 
Bedon. Ancestry wanted. (Mrs. R. TO\\^'SHEND.) 

BAKER, Captain Thomas, Keeper of Stores of Admiralty, about 
1570, succeeded bv his son, Captain William. (H. R. Popham 
BAKER.) 



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BAKER, Thomas, of Oxford, son of Aaron, of Dunchideock, 
Devonshire, born 1644 ; daughter married Henry Playford. 
(H. R. Popham BAKER.) 

BARNES, of Great Sankey, Lanes., before 1660. (A. R. 
BAYLEY.) 

BARR, of Glendermott, Derry, before 1750, especially David, 
hving about 1700. (H. R. Popham BAKER.) 

BARTLE, Wm. J. Chadwick, 38, Nelson Street, Willington, Quay- 
on-Tyne. See CHADWICK. 

BARTLEET, BARTLETT, or BARTLET, of Worcestershire or 
Gloucestershire, 15th to i8th centuries. (Revd. Hubert H. M. 
BARTLEET, Richmond House, Stoke Green, Coventry.) 

BARTON family. Can give information. (George SHERWOOD.) 

BATCHELOR, of West Sussex, connected by marriage with 
Stedman family in 1674. (Thos. Gurney STEDMAN.) 

BATESON, of EUel, Lancaster, especially the father of David. 
Married at Lancaster 1718-9 ; buried at Cockerham 1762. 
(J. E. BATESON, 36, Lancaster Gate, London, W.) 

BAUDWIN famihes. Correspondence invited. (Walter ACK- 
ROYD.) 

BAYLEY, A. R., B.A., F.R.Hist.S., F.S.G., St. Margaret's. Malvern. 
See BARNES, BOWER, MACCOMISH, RUTTER. 

BELL,|of Creighton Grove, Tipperary. (Mrs. TREFFRY.) 

BENE, of Norwich, Norfolk. (William BRADBROOK.) 

BERKSHIRE families. Can give information. George SHER- 
WOOD.) 



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BERTHON, Raymond Tinne, Halton, Selsev, Chichester. Stt 
LYON, PARK. 

BETTON, anv. of London. Richard BETTON married EHzabeth 
CARVER, 6th Jan., 1647-8, at St. Nicholas, Cole Abbey, 
London. Her parentage wanted. Charles BETTON married 
Mary YOUNG about 1775 ; possibly a widow, aged 38, near 
Salisbury. Marriage wanted. (Stewart BETTON, Pendower, 
Lansdowne Road, Tunbridge Wells.) 

BICKERSTAFF, of Giggleswick, Yorks, before 1796. (Dr. George 
PARKER.) 

BIGGS, of Worcester. (Revd. W. B. Hesketh BIGGS, The Vicar- 
age, Emer\- Down, Lyndhurst, Hants.) See NEWTON. 

BILLINGE, of Billinge, Lancashire. Wanted descent of Adam 
Bilhnge, 1364, from elder branch ; also male descendants of 
Richard Billinge who recorded pedigree 1665. (J. N. 
BRAMWELL.) 

BINGHAM, of Sussex, before 1710. (Thos. Gurney STEDMAN.) 

BLACK, Mrs. James Scott, Keillour Castle, Methuen, Perthshire, 
N.B. See SEA WELL. 

BLACKALL or BLACKHALL, 1650-1880. (Thomas A. J. PILE.) 

BLAKEY, of Colne. (Col. John PARKER.) 

BLANDY, of Berks, before 1660. (Revd. A. W. STOTE.) 

BLINKHORN, of Lancashire, before 1600. (J. N. BRAMWELL.) 

BLOOM, Revd. G. Harvey, Whitchurch Rector}^ Stratford-on- 
Avon. See GRIFFIN, GRIFFITH. 

BODDINGTON, BODINGTON, family. Can give information. 
(George SHERWOOD.) ..- 



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BOLES, of County Tipperary, Ireland. (Howard C. MYERS.) 

BOUCHER, BOWCHER, BUTCHER, and other variants, prin- 
cipally of Somerset, Wilts, and Essex. (H. Tapley SOPER.) 

BOWDEN, of Guernsey, before 1668, probably from Devonshire. 
(Capt. H. G. A. BOWDEN, 27, Gordon Place, Kensington 
London, W.) 

BOWER, William, of Bristol, mercer, before 1723. (A. R. 
BAYLEY.) 

BOWLES, of Woodhouse, Co. Tipperar}-, Ireland. Wanted infor- 
mation in regard to a family named BOWLES or BOLES ; 
Wimam(?) BOWLES married Grace WOODS, in Tipperary(?) 
County, and had children born about 1775 to 1790, named 
William, Robert, Charles, Jonas, David, and Mary Bowles. 
Mary married John Napper. Robert Boles from whom I 
trace descent moved to Nova Scotia, Canada, in 1824. WilUam 
Boles married Susan Swindell, sister of Revd. Chancellor 
Richard Swindell, of the diocese of Ardfert, Co. Kerry, and 
left a son, Richard Swindell Bowles, who was living in London 
about 1875-80. (Howard C. MYERS.) 

BOWMAN, of Whitehaven, before 1800. (C. W. RUSTON- 
HARRISON.) 

BOX, of Constantine, Cornwall. (W. Boxer MAYNE.) 

BOYLE, connected with PLUMMER or OGILBY. (Edward 
BOYLE, Gorteen, Limavady, Ireland.) 

BOYS, of Essex. (PhiHp LAYER.) 

BRADBROOK(E), anywhere, but especially East Anglia. (William 
BRADBROOK, M.R.C.S., Bletchley, Bucks.) See BEANEY, 
BENE, DELAFORCE, DELFOSSE, ELLESDON, ELLIS- 
DON, HOOD, HOWARD, HUNT, MARLER, MARLOW. 
NASH. 

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BRADESTONE, 14th century. (Mrs. STUART.) 

BRADFORD, anywhere, but specially Berks and Oxon. (J. G. 
BRADFORD," Hope Cottage, Church Hill, Loughton. Essex.) 

BRADLEY, Thomas, of Little Bank. Gigglesv\ick, born c. 1660. 
Who were his parents ? (W. FARRER.) 

BRAMWELL, John Nicholson, GIana\-on, Deganw\-, North Wales. *A^-^ 
See BILLINGE, BLINKHORN, BYROM, CHARLES- -x/ 
WORTH, GLAZEBROOK, HEWITT. LATHOM. LAY- ^ *^' 
COCK, MARSH, MOLYNEUX. NICHOLSON, RHODES, ' ' 
SWAINE. 

BREADON, otherwise BREDON, of West Sussex, connected by 
mamage with the Stedman familv in 1600. (Thomas Gurnev 
STEDMAN.) 

BRETT, of Ocle Court, Hereford. Earlv 19th centurv. (Re\-d. 
H. J. Dukinfield ASTLEY.) 

BRICKWOOD, William, of Guildford, married there 1706. Ann 
Waller ; earher information wanted. (Sir John BRICK- 
WOOD, Portsmouth.) 

BRISACIER, Guillaume, Marquis of, secretar\' to Marie Therese, 
Queen of France in 1676. Anv information. (Miss ALL- 
HUSEN.) 

BROADHEx\D, Robert, of Moorhouse. near Holmiirth. Yorks., 

married about 1713, Mary . Parentage wanted. (James 

BROADHEAD, 15, Langholm Crescent, Darlington.) 

BROMLEY, of Lancashire, Cheshire, Staffs., especially Robert, of 
Warrington, married Lydia PLL'MBE, December, 1711 ; will 
proved September, 1768. His parentage wanted. (John 
BROMLEY, 30. Manchester Street, London, W.) 



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BROOKE. BROOKS family. Can give information. (George 
SHERWOOD.) 

BROWN, Thomas, of Killead, Co. Antrim, died 1792. Daughters 
married Bryson and Kennedy, of Belfast. (Robert S. 
LEPPER.) " 

BRYSON, William, merchant, Donegall Street, Belfast, died 
1808. (Robert S. LEPPER.) 

BULL, of Rushton and Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, before 
1760. (Frederick Wilham BULL, Risdene, Newport Pagnell.) 

BULL, of Northants, Oxon., Somerset. (Joseph Cecil BULL, 
Edenholme, Stevenage, Herts.) 

BULLOCH, Gordon (of ever^' group). (J. M. BULLOCH, 123, 
Pall Mall, London, S.W.) 

BULTEEL, of Derrvvachnev, Cavan and Ballinamore, i8th 
centur}/. (Sir Alfred IRWIN.) 

BURR, of Fairfield, America, about 1639-1650. John Burr's 
name appears first in Fairfield, came from England. (Henry 
L. ROWLAND.) 

BURTON (Canon), Old Hall, Ware. See CHRISTOPHER. 

BUSH of Gloucestershire, Somersetshire, Wiltshire, Wales, Ireland, 
especially John, had grant of estate Kilfane, Kilkenny, 1670. 
(Edward Milward Seede PARKER.) 

BUSH, of Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somersetshire, London, and 
alHed families. (Edward Milward Seede PARKER.) 

BUTLER, Mrs. William Theobald 75, Kensington Gardens Square, 
London. See PHILLIPSON. 



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BUTLER, Martha, Castlemitchell, Ath}^ married Joseph Chapman, 
1718. Was she widow of Humphry Butler ? Parish register 
marriage entr}/ wanted. Perhaps DubHn or Mountmelhck. 
(Robert S. LEPPER.) 

BYE of London, Hants., and Berks to 1700 ; of Pennsylvania 
to date. Wanted specially BYE of London, ante 1700. 
(Prof. A. E. BYE, Ph.D., Vassar College, N.Y., U.S. America.) 
See TAYLOR. 

BYLES, of Henley, Oxon. (Ernest HAMPDEN-COOK.) 

BRYNE, of Co. Wicklow. (Rev. J. Wallace TAYLOR, LL.D.) 

BYROM, James, of Preston, 1750. Proof of descent from Byrom, 
of Byrom Hall, wanted. (J. N. BRAMWELL.) 

CAIRNOCHAN, of Galloway, Scotland. (J. W. KERNOHAN.) 

CALDERWOOD, of Peacocksbank, and in Stewarton, Ayrshire. 
(S E. POLLOK.) 

CALDWELL, of Gavan, Lochwinnock, Renfrewshire, and others 
of the name. (S. E. POLLOK.) 

CALLS, of Norfolk and Northumberland. (Charles S. ROMANES.) 

CAMBERS, any before 1805. (E. DWELLY.) 

CAMBRIDGE, of Gloucestershire. (Herbert E. NEWMAN.) 

CARDE, or Card, of Somerset. (Edward Mil ward Seede PARKER.) 

CARDELL, of England and Ireland before 1760. (G. P. 
CARDELL, 21, Chorley New Road, Bolton, Lancashire.) 

CAREY, of England and Ireland. (Gloucester, Somerset, Cocking- 
ton, Torr Abbey, Castle Carey, and Red Castle.) (Fred G. 
McKEAN.) 

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CARNAHAN. See KERNOHAN. 

CARPENTER, of Somerset. Arms granted 1663. Grantee's 
name wanted ; probablv cadet of Herefordshire CAR- 
PENTERS. Of Trefusis,"' Bradford, Somerset. (J. Hatten 
CARPENTER, Manti, Utah, U.S.A.) 

CARSON (James), Parkmount, Lisburn, Ireland. See LISBURN. 

CARTER, Thomas, of Ipswich, Suffolk, born 1727. Birth, death, 
and marriage infoiTnation required. (Lieut. -Commander T. G. 
CARTER, R.N., H.M. Torpedo Boat No. 81.) 

CASTELL, of Raveningham and Norwich, after 1680. (Mrs. 
Harr\'' Castell DAMANT.) 

CASTLE, John, of Bristol, 1620-1650. (Frank PROTHEROE.) 

CATANIA, of H.E.I.C.S. (H. ATHILL-CRUTTWELL.) 

CAYME, of Yeo^^l. (Phihp SAINSBURY.) 

CHADDERTON, of Nuthurst and elsewhere. (Colonel John 
PARKER.) 

CHADERTOX, of Lees, Oldham, Lanes., 1500-1700. (Edward 
Lyon TAYLOR.) 

CHADWICK, Sir Andrew (d. 1768), of St. James, Westminster, 
London, and near relatives. (Wm. J. Chadwick BARTLE.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, -LAYNE family. Can give information. (George 
SHERWOOD.) 

CHAMBERLEN, of London. (Revd. Lawrence John CHAM- 
BERLEN, Field House, Minchinhampton, Gloucester.) See 
PLUMMER, SAUNDERS, WING. 

CHAPMAN, Lady, Strathmore, Limpsfield, Essex. See GRAEME. 

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CHAPMAN, especially 17th century, connected with Ireland. 
Wanted husband of Mrs. Sarah Chapman, widow, died 1722, 
Castlemitchell, Athy, aged about 72. Also possible connection 
with Chapmans, of Cavan, Cork, Kerry, Westmeath, Kent, 
Yorkshire, or with AUBREY family. (R. S. LEPPER.) 

CHARLESWORTH, of Gomersal, Yorks., before 1730. (J. N. 
BRAMWELL.) 

CHARNOCK, of Ripon, Yorks., and neighbourhood, before 1650. 
(Miss ESTCOURT-OSWALD.) 

CHEAL, Henry, " Monkford," Shoreham, Essex. See POOLE. 

CHESNEY, of Tyrone and Antrim, Ireland, 1641. (Mrs. Harry 
Castell DAMANT.) 

CHESTER, of Suffolk, Cambridge, Herts, Essex, Middlesex, and 
Surrey, before 1800. (Dr. H. M. CHESTER, Poyle, Tongham, 



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Surrey.) 2: 

CHRISTOPHER, of Durham, Lincolnshire, and Worcestershire. ^ 
(A. C. S. CHRISTOPHER, 63, Cadogan Place, London, S.W.) T] 

CHRISTOPHER, John, of Richmond or Petersham, Surrey, cd 
married Mary Barker about 1720. Wanted place and exact ^~ 
date. (Canon BURTON.) ^ 

CLARK, Martha, born at Maidenhead, Berks, 1794 ; manied fj 
, >. Robert DEAN. (George Frederick DEAN.) io 

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CLARKSON, Ingram, his wife, Elizabeth Butler, 1773-1822. Of ^ 

Yorks., Notts., or Leicester. Their parents wanted. (Frank 

GLEADOW.) 

CLAXTON, of Coslaney, Norwich, especially Richard, born 1691. 
Who was his father? (Miss M. H. CLAXTON, Bathwick 

Street, Bath.) 

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CLEMENTS, of Somerset, Dorset, Leicester, Wales, Kent. (H. 
J. B. CLEMENTS, Killadoon, Celbridge, Ireland.) 

CLOKEY family. Ballynahinch and Dromore district, Co. Down. 
Leading Presbyterians in '98. Information as to origin, etc., 
wanted. (John PARKINSON.) 

COBB, of Kent. (S. S. McDOWALL.) 

COCKCRAFT, Samuel, Royal Artillery, Storekeeper, Rock of 
Gibraltar, during siege 1779-1783. (Revd. W. Owen COCK- 
RAFT, The Knapp, Chickerell, Weymouth.) 

COFFING, of England and New York, 18th century. (Malcolm 
D. RUDD.) 

COLLIER, Richard, of Trowbridge, Wilts, who married there 
Mary Skinner, 21 Oct., 1637. ^i^ parentage wanted. (Henry 
CURTIS.) 

COLLINGWOOD, of EsUngton, Little Ryle, or Unthank and 
Bewitt. Information wanted. (H. PIRIE-GORDON.) 

COMBE family, referred to in Burke's " Landed Gentry." (Baroness 
vonROEMER.) ^^ 

CONSTABLE, of Sussex ; especially Constable, of Arundel. 
(Captain L. G. A. CONSTABLE, M.C., Ifold House, Loxwood, 
Sussex.) 

COOK, of Henley, Oxon. (Revd. E. HAMPDEN-COOK, Barton-on- 
Humber, Hull.) See BYLES, HATCH, HAYWARD, KETT. 

COOKES, of Tardebigge, Worcestershire. (Josiah NEWMAN.) 

COOPER, John, Junr., married Susanna Allen at St. Michael's, 
Cornhill, 1747-8, when aged 25 ; of the " Hand-in-Hand " 
Assurance Office. Who was his father ? (Miss TYLER.) 

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CORK, Anna Maria, married Henry Headland at Tonbridge, by 
license, 1797. Parentage wanted. (C. W. RUSTON- 
HARRISON.) 

CORKER family, of Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cheshire. (W. 
Henning CORKER, The Grove, Queenstown, Ireland.) 

CORNISH genealogy. (William John STEPHENS.) 

COSTAR, COSTARD family. Can give information. (George 
SHERWOOD.) 

COTTERELL family and variants. Many pedigrees held and 
further information sought for a volume of Cotterell Records, 
which it is hoped to publish some time after the war is ended. 
(Howard H. COTTERELL, F.R.Hist.S., F.R.S.A.I., F.S.E., 
The Hermitage, Buchanan Road, Walsall.) See GARBETT. 

COUNSELL, of Mark, Somerset, Bath, Clifton, Bristol. (Edward 
Milward Seede PARKER.) 

COWPER, of Aldingham, Urswick, Ulverston, and Hawkshead, 
Lanes. (Henry Swainson COWPER, Loddenden, Staplehurst, 
Kent.) See SWAINSON. 

CRAIG, E. W., of Leeds ; exhibited Royal Academy, 1802. Who 
was he ? (Major Tudor CRAIG, F.S.A., Bisley, Surrey.) 

CRASKE, John Prudence, of Norfolk, Uving 1790. (H. D. 
HEARN.) 

CRAVEN, of County Tipperary, Ireland. (Howard C. MYERS.) 
CROSSLEY, of Bradford or Halifax, Yorks. (Colonel F. W. T. 
ATTREE.) 

CRUTTWELL, of Berkshire and Kent. (H. ATHILL CRUTT- 
WELL, New Place, Bagshot, Surrey.) See CATANIA, 
DICKENS. GUNTHORPE, NUTHALL. 



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CULLUM. (Gery MILNER-GIBSON-CULLUM, F.S.A.) 

CURTIS, John William, born at Clerkenwell, Middlesex, Sep- 
tember, 1789. Parentage wanted. Only brother (?) James, 
beheved migrated to America after father's death, probably 
between 1805 and 1840, very probably between 1810 and 1830. 
(Henry CURTIS, 2, Whitehall Court, London, S.W.i.) See 
COLLIER, TENNANT. 

DACOMBE, or DACKAM, of Dorset. (J. M. J. DACOMBE, 27, 

Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth.) 

DALWAY, especially of Counties Derry and Donegal, 17th century. 
(Robert S. LEPPER.) 

DAMANT (Mrs. Harry CastelL), Kendal Mount, Totland Bay, Isle 
of Wight. See CASTELL, CHESNEY. 

DANIELL, of Cheshire. (Revd. H. J. Dukinfield ASTLEY.) 

DANIELL, Doctor George, of Exeter, 1800, from Yeovil. An- 
cestors wanted. (Lieut. -Colonel H. R. PHIPPS.) 

DAVIS, of Richmond, Surrey. (Sir Thos. TROUBRIDGE.) 

DAWSON, of Butterworth Hall, near Rochdale, before 1600. 
(Chas. HEAPE.) 

DAWSON, of Co. Monaghan. (Revd. J. Wallace TAYLOR, 
LL.D.) 

DAY, of Elmsall, South Kirkby and Darfield. (Revd. J. P. 
DAY, Monk Bretton Vicarage, Barnsley.) 

DAY, of Bristol. (Edward Mil ward Seede PARKER.) 

DAY family. Can give information. (George SHERWOOD.) 

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DEAN, Robert, born at Maidenhead, Berks, 1794, and his wife, 
Martha (Clark). {George Frederick DEAN, Stonehurst, Hill 
Road, Bidston, Cheshire.) See CLARK. 

DEAN, of Somerset. (William ABBATT.) 

DEANE, John, of Chinnor, Oxon., ]i\4ng 1741. (H. D. HEARN.) 

DEARE, Philip, Commissioner PubHc Accounts, c. 1790, of 
21, Nottingham Place. Antecedents of or any information con- 
cerning family. (Colonel DEARE, Westdean, Chichester.) 

DEENE, DENE, DYNE, DE DENE, etc., especially East Anglia 
or connected x^ith Windsors, before 1525. (Revd. H. L. L. 
DENNY.) 

DE LACY, of France, England, and Ireland. (Edward Byron 
DE LACY, 68, Marlborough Road, Donnybrook, Co. Dublin.) 
See LEES. 

DELAFORCE, DELFOSSE, of London, Huguenots. (William 
BRADBROOK.) 

DE MERIET, of Somerset. (Douglas MERRITT.) 

DENISON, Giles, of Wakefield (Yorks.), settled Methley ; buried 
there 1637. Who was his father ? Wife's name Margaret. 
(Samuel DENISON, F.S.A., W^est Park, Leeds.) 

DENN or DENNE, of London, especially James, bom 1720 ; 
married 1754 ; died before 1780. Parents wanted. (LcM-d 
RAGLAN.) 

DENNY, DENY, DENIE, etc., especially Herts, Essex, Norfolk. 
London. Kerry. (Revd. H. L. L. "^DENNY, The Vicarage, 
Winslow, Bucks.) See DEENE, LYSTER, TROUTBECK. 

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DENTON, Arthur, Captain, 2 Feb., 1605-6, at Tonbridge, Kent, 
son of Mr. William Denton. Captain Arthur Denton buried 
1658 at Church Coppenhall, Cheshire. (Arthur Ridgway 
DENTON, 66, Haygate Road, WelUngton, Salop.) 

DENTON, of Lees, Oldham, Lanes., 17th century. (Edward 
Lyon TAYLOR.) 

DERHAM, DEREHAM, anywhere, but especially of the time of 
Queen Elizabeth, and earlier. (Walter DERHAM, Sturry, 
near Canterbury.) 

DICKENS, of Worcestershire. (H. ATHILL-CRUTTWELL.) 

DIGHTON, John, Lieut., H.E.LC, married Veronica Boyd, or 
Mein, 22 Nov., 1795, Madras Presidency. Certificate wanted. 
(Conway DIGHTON, Cheltenham.) See NEWHAM. 

DIMMOCK, Thomas, of Boston, 1635. Parentage desired. (George 
DIMMOCK, 531, Berkshire Avenue, Springfield, Mass., U.S., 
America.) See PENN, SYKES. 

DODDERIDGE, DUDDERIDGE, of West Somerset. (Revd. 
Sidney Edwin DODDERIDGE, Thornbury Rectory, Bromyard 
Worcester.) See ATKINS, JENNINGS, PINE, WESCOMBE. 

DORRELL, before 1760. (E. DWELLY.) 

DOUGLAS, of Glasgow, 1500-1640, especially Robert, of Glasgow, 
1600. (Douglas MERRITT.) 

DOWER, of Dungarvan. (Edmund Walsh KELLY.) 

DOWLING, of Dundry, Chew Magna, and elsewhere, Somerset- 
shire, Gloucestershire. (Edward Milward Seede PARKER.) 

DOYLE, of Kilkenny. (Edmund Walsh KELLY.) 



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D'OYLEY. Wanted, knowledge of any chart pedigree. (E. 
DWELLY.) 

DOZELL, of Yorkshire and London, especially Edmund ; born 
17 — (?) ; married Catherine Stevens. (Miss Frances E. 
BAKER.) 

DREWRY. Elizabeth, who married WiUiam Ottley, of Pock- 
lington, Yorks., 1679. Who were her parents ? She was 
born 1660. Where ? (Rear-Admiral Sir Charies OTTLEY.) 

DRURY. of Fincham and Elsworth. (Edward Guy Dm DRURY- 
Grahamstown, South Africa.) 

DRYDEN, Miss M., Canons Ashby, Byfield. (See HOLT, KEAR- 
NEY, LORD, xMARTYN, PATTON.) 

DUDLEY, of Ncrthants, and London before 1620. (Miss Mary 
Kingsbury TALCOTT.) 

DUKES, Mar}', of Newland or Coleford, 1805. (Francis Darwin 
SWIFT.) 

DUKINFIELD, of Cheshire. (Revd. H. J. Dukinfield ASTLEY.) 

DULVEY, of Sussex, especially Udimore, Winchelsea, and Hol- 
lington. (Leonard James HODSON.) 

DWELLY, of anvwhere, especially Devon, Somerset or Dorset. 
(Edward DWELLY, King's Road, Fleet, Hants.) See CAM- 
BERS, DORRELL, D'OYLEY, HILL, LUCKS, SWEET, 
WELLES, WILLIAMS. 

DYBALL, of Norfolk. (Samuel GURNEY.) 

ECROYD famines. Correspondence invited. (Walter ACKROYD.) 

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EDMONDSON, Professor Thomas William Edmondson, B.A., 
Ph.D., University Heights, New York, U.S.A. See LUDLAM, 
PETTY, PLETTS. 

EDYE, EDEY, EDDYE, 1300 to 1750, Devon, Cornwall, Somerset, 
Gloucestershire, Bucks, Northants. (Lieut.-Col. L. EDYE, 
Stanley Court, Stanley Street, Montreal, Canada.) 

EISDELL, of Colchester, especially Thomas ; died 1772, Who 
was his father ? (Joseph Carter ETSDEILL, Hurstpierpoint, 
Sussex.) 

ELLESDEN, ELLISDEN, of East Anglia. (William BRAD- 
BROOK.) 

ELLIS, of Sudbury, Suffolk, 17th and i8th centuries. (Havelock 
ELLIS, 14, Dover Mansions, Canterbury Road, Brixton, 
London, S.W.) 

ELLIS, of Sussex, especially Exceat and Wilmington. (Leonard 
James HODSON.) 

TCTTJR (Miss), 10, Alexandra Road, Gloucester. See HEANE. 

ERSKINE. of Pittodrie and Kinnedder. (Revd. Herbert H. 
FLOWER.) 

EVILL, of Bath, before 1800. (C. W. RUSTON-HARRISON.) 

PAGAN, Jane, married John Seymour, at Workington, in 1733. 
Parentage wanted. (C. W. RUSTON-HARRISON.) 

FARRER, of Worsthorne, Lancashire, especially Henry ; married at 
Burnley 1610. Who was liis father ? (Lord FARRER, Abinger, 
Dorking, Surrey.) 



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FARRER, William, of Whinfell, Westmorland ; born c. 1630. 
Who was his father ? (W. FARRER, Hall Garth, Carnforth.) 
See AKEROYD, ASHTON, BRADLEY, GREENWOOD, 

:^^ HARRISON, NELSON. 

FELL, of Bolton-by-Bolland. Required marriage of Thomas to 
Isabella, probably Priestley, between 1704 and 1710. (Lieut. - 
Col. Stephen SIMPSON.) 

FERRERS, of Bashall, Yorks., and Dufiield, Derby. (Revd. 
J. H. LLOYD.) 

FIENNES or FINIS, of Sussex, 1450-1530. (Miss Mary Kingsbury 
TALCOTT.) 

FILLONGLEY parish, Warwick. Can gi\'e information about 
Fillongley famiUes. (G. FOTHERGILL.) 

FINNY, Thomas ; buried Westminster Abbey, 1776 ; born 1689. 
Who were his parents ? W^ho was his wife Elizabeth ? (Dr. 
FINNY, Kingston-upon-Thames.) 

FLETCHER, of Makeney. Derby. (Bernard P. SCATTERGOOD.) 

FLETCHER, of Cannock. Shareshill, etc., Staffordshire. (Revd. 
W. G. Dimock FLETCHER, Oxon, Shrewsbury.) See 
KEELING, PERSEHOUSE, RUSSELL. 

FLOWER, of Chetterne and Potterne, Wilts. (Revd. Herbert H. 
.> FLOWER, Pittodrie House, Castle Esplanade, Edinburgh.) 
See ERSKINE. 

FLOYER, of London. (Charles E. LART.) 

FORDE, of Forde Green, Staffs. (Thos. Needham WILSON.) 

^RTESCUE, Mrs. Alexander, Grove House, Winchester. See 
RUSSELL. 

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FOSTER, John, Rector of Sarratt, Herts, 1838. Wanted, maiden 
name of his wife, the Honourable Emma Maria. (Legh 
TOLSON.) 

FOSTER (Canon), Timberland Vicarage, Lincoln. See LINCOLN- 
SHIRE. 

FOTHERGILL, anywhere, but especially of Ravenstonedale, 
Westmorland. (Gerald FOTHERGILL, 11, Bmssels Road, New 
Wandsworth, London, S.W.) See ARLEY, FILLONGLEY, 
HAWKESHEAD, HODGSON, JOHNSON, JONES, MASON, 
OAKHAMPTON, O'NEILL, STAFFORDSHIRE, VAUGHAN. 

FOUCHE, of Guyenne. (Major Bertrand RAMBAUT.) 

y FRANCIS family, Berks, Bucks, Hants. (Ernest FRANCIS, 

[ ^ / Fir Croft, Southcote Road West, Reading, Berks.) See ROUS, 

y^Ji" WINCH. 

P FREEMAN family. Can give information. (George SHER- 

WOOD.) 

FRENCH of England, 1680-1810. (Thomas A. J. PILE.) 

FULHAM, Middx. Can give information about Fulham families. 
(George SHERWOOD.) 

FURNIVAL, of Cheshire and Lancashire. (Thos. Needham 
WILSON.) 

FYNMORE, of Hinksey, Berks. Richard, baptized there 1712. 
Any particulars of him. (Arthur FYNMORE, Arundel, 
Sussex.) 

FYNMORE (Lt.-Col.), " By-the-Sea," Sandgate, Kent. See 
HASTINGS. 

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GABRIEL, John, of Plymouth Dock, buried Stoke Damerel, 1800. 
Whom did he marry? (Edmund GABRIEL, Babbacombe 
Glen, near Torquay.) 

GAGER, of Suffolk, before 1630. (Miss Mary Kangsbury TAL- 
COTT.) 

GAPPER, of Wincanton, Somerset, especially Henry, living 1784. 
(H. R. Popham BAKER.) 

GARBETT family and variants, pedigrees held and further infor- 
mation sought. (Howard H. COTTERELL, F.R.Hist.S.) 

GARDNER, of London and Dorset. (Charles E. LART.) 

GARSON (Mrs.), Glencote, Eversley, Hants. See SHERIDAN. 

GEPP, of Suffolk, Essex, and Italy (Geppidae). (Sydney Gordon 
ROBERTS.) 

GERY, of Coventry. (Gery MILNER-GIBSON-CULLUM, 
F.S.A.) 

GIBSON, of Worcestershire and Essex. (Gery MILNER-GIBSON- 
CULLUM, F.S.A.) 

GILBERT, James George, baptized at Chatham 1791. Parents, 
John and Jane Gilbert. Particulars of their marriage wanted. 
(G. TAYLOR.) 

GILL family, especially Wilham, on board Royal George when 
she foundered. (Stanley AUSTIN.) 

GILMOUR, in Renfrewshire and Lanarkshire. (S. E. POLLOK.) 

GLAISTER, John, professor. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, 
Scotland. See GLASTER. 

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GLASCODINE, Thomas ; married 1708 Maiy Holborough, Yale, 
Gloucestershire, Where was he iDorn ? Who was his father ? 
;^ (C. H. GLASCODINE, 7, Abingdon Gardens, London, W.8.) 

GLASSCOCK, of Essex. (J. L. GLASSCOCK, 50, Grange Road, 
Bishops Stortford.) See ARMES. 

GLASTER, or GLAISTERS, Aberdeenshire, Forfarshire, Kin- 
cardine, Scotland, and Cumberland, England. (Prof. John 
GLAISTER.) 

GLAZEBROOK, Henry, great-grandson of Richard de Glaze- 
, j brook, assumed surname Byrom about 1300. Information 
\^'r. concerning Glazebrook before 1300 wanted. (J. N. BRAM- 
WELL.) 

GLEADOW, Frank, Bakeham House, Englefield Green, Surrey. 
See CLARKSON. 

GOUGH, of North Shropshire. (Arthur V. GOUGH, Fence Houses, 
Co. Durham.) See VALENTINE. 

GOULBORNE, of Warrington and elsewhere. (Col. John 
PARKER.) 

GRAEME, of Greenwich. Dorothy married James Fenton, 1752-3. 
Harriet married Samuel Fenton 1794. Any information 
acceptable (Lady CHAPMAN.) 

GRANTA, John, who was married to Alice Stedman, September 3, 
1587, at Cowfold, Sussex. (Thos. Gurney STEDMAN.) 

GRANTHAM, of West Sussex, connected by marriage with Sted- 
man family in 1728. (Thos. Gurney STEDMAN.) 

GRAVENER, WilUam and Martha, of Dover, Kent, living 1705. 
(H. D. HEARN.) 

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GREEN, Joseph J., Godwyn Lodge, Clive Vale, Hastings. See 
MARKES. 

GREENWOOD, Daniel, of Bottomley, Huddersfield, Yorks. ; bom 
c. 1650. Who were his parents ? (W. FARRER.) 

GRIFFIN, GRIFFITH, and all families relating to the Midlands. 
Possess extensive collections. (Revd. J. Hai-\^ey BLOOM.) 

GROVE, of Hendon, Middlesex, 1600. (Col. J. Grove WHITE.) 

GUNSON, of Southwark and London, 1730-1810. (Revd. H. E. 
GUNSON, Royal Societies' Club, London, S.W.) See JUD- 
DERY, PHILLIPS. 

GUNTHORPE. (H. ATHILL-CRUTTWELL.) 

GURNEY, of Norwich and of Maldon, Essex. (Samuel GURNEY, 
6, Albemarle Street, London, W.) See DYBALL, KERRISON, 
^ MATTHEWS. ONLEY. 

GURNEY, Joseph, of Chalfont St. Peter ; born 1743. Who was 
his father ? He married 1772 EUzabeth Williamson, widow, 
of Farnham Royal ; born 1739. Who was her first husband ? 
(Thomas GURNEY, 6, Finstock Road, London, W.) 

GURNEY, Mrs. Walter, Mangreen Hall, Norwich. See NOR- 
THALL, TROUBRIDGE, TYRRELL. 

GURNEY, William, Rector of St. Clement Danes, London, from 
1807 ; born Stanmore, Middlesex ; married Maiy Phillips, 
1791, daughter of Thomas PhilUps, London. Query at what 
Church ? (Henry GURNEY, Stoke Saint Gregory, Somerset.) 

GUY, Thomas and Anne, of Tamworth, Staffs., and Egham, 
Surrey, 1630-1700. (T. A. VAUGHTON.) 



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GUYON, of Coggeshall, Essex. (PhiHp LAYER.) 

GWYNNE or GWYNN, of Reading, Berks, 1780-1864. (Thomas 
A. J. PILE.) 

HACKETT, Dominick, Officer in Lord Gormanston's Regiment, 
James Second's Irish Army, 1688. (J. D. HACKETT, 103, 

East 82nd Street, New York, U.S., America.) 

HAINES, Charles Reginald, Meadowleigh, Petersfield, Hants. See 
HOOKE, MOLINE. 

HAINES, Walter, and brothers, Westminster, St. Pancras, Green- 
wich, 1760. Ancestry. (Revd. Francis A. HAINES» Sidlesham, 
Sussex.) 

HALES, James and Mary, of Dover, Kent, living 1690. (H. D. 

HEARN.) 
HAMBLEY, Hamly or Hamlyn. (Joseph Hambley ROWE.) 

HAMILL, of Antrim and Derry, Ireland, and America from 1620. 
(J. W. KERNOHAN.) 

HARMAN ahas VESEY, of Sutton Coldfield, Warwick, 1500 to 
1700. (T. A. VAUGHTON.) 

HAMILTON, of Killinure, Broadpath, Mullenard, and " Cavan," 
near Stranorlar, Co. Donegal, about 1700. (Robert S. 
LEPPER.) 

HAMMERDEN, James and Mary, of Dover, Kent, living 1687. 
(H. D. HEARN.) 

HARRIS, Walter, Sheriff of Gloucester City 1663. When and 
where did he die ? Walter, Physician to William III, pro- 
bably born Gloucester 1647. Hopton Harris, of Mount- 
meUick, about 1690. Daughters' marriages wanted. (Robert 
S. LEPPER.) 

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HARRISON, Benjamin, Kendal parish, Westmorland ; bom c. 
1700. Who were his parents ? Whom did he marry ? W. 
FARRER.) 

HARRISON, of Kirkbride, Cumberland, before 1750. (C. W. 
RUSTON-HARRISON.) 

HARRISON, of Ripon and neighbourhood, Yorks, early in 1700. 
(Miss ESTCOURT-OSWALD.) 

HARRISON (C. W. RUSTON-), 8. Eden Terrace, Stanwix, CarHsle. 
See ANDERSON, ARMSTRONG, BOWMAN, CORK, EVILL, 
FAGAN, HARRISON, HEADLAND, HUNTER, LANG- 
BAIN, MARJORIBANKS, MASKELL, ROBERTSON, 
ROBINSON, RUSTON, SEWELL, SEYMOUR, SKELTON, 
WEST, WOODVILLE. 

HART, of Clara. (Edmund Walsh' KELLY.) 

HART, of Braintree, Essex, England ; Hartford and Farmington, 
Conn., U.S.A. ; and Hahfax, Guysborough, Cape Breton, and 
Manchester, Nova Scotia, Canada. (Howard C. MYERS.) . 

HARTLEY, of Binglev, Yorks, especially Humphr}% born 1558. 
(Revd. H. A. HARTLEY, St. Matthew's Rectory, Ardwick, 
Manchester.) 

HARTOPP, Henry, 81, Barclay Street, Narborough Road, Leicester. 
See MEE. 

HARVEY, Lt.-Col. G. H., c/o Sir Charles McGrigor, Bart., & Co., 
39, Panton Street, Haymarket, London. See HOLTTUM, 
MARTEN, MAY, WEAVER, WEYBRET. 

HASTINGS, of Oxford and Worcestershire. (Revd. John Hastings 
LLOYD.) 



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HASTINGS, William, of Folkestone, Kent, 1777 to about 1812. 
When did he die ? George Hastings, of the Earl of Huntingdon's 
family, died in London, 1790. Where was he buried ? (Lt.- 
Col. FYNMORE.) 

HATCH, of Norwich. (Ernest HAMPDEN-COOK.) 

HAUTENVILLE, of DubUn, and of Normandy, connecting with 
Wilkins and Cromwell family. (Major Bertrand RAMBAUT.) 

HAWKESHEAD parish, Lancashire. Can give information about 
Hawkeshead famihes. (G. FOTHERGILL.) 

HAWKINS, of England and Connecticut, U.S. America. (Howard 
C. MYERS.) 

HAY WARD, of Ringwood, Hants. (Ernest HAMPDEN-COOK.) 

HEADLAND, Henr}-, grocer, Tonbridge ; died 1821. Parentage 
wanted. (C. W. RUSTON-HARRISON.) 

HEANE (HAYNES), Major-General in Cromwell's Army. Wanted, 
descendants of his grandson, James Heane, of Tockington, 
Gloucestershire. (Miss ELLIS.) 

HEAPE, Charles, High Lane, Cheshire. See DAWSON. SLEATH. 

HEARNE, Thomas and Guelphredus, living 1679 ^^^ ^628 respec- 
tively at Chinnor, Oxon. (H. D. HEARN, 66, Lanercost Road, 
Tulse Hill Park, London, S.W.2.) See ALLEN, CRASKE, 
DEANE, GRAVENER, HALES, HAMMERDEN, HEY- 
WOOD, PELL, RANGE, ROGERS, THOMPSON, WADE. 

HEATH, of Acton, Nantwich, Cheshire, before 1750. (John 
LIVESEY.) 

HEATHWOOD, of Co. Armagh, Co. Tyrone, Chesliire, Lancashire. 

(Mrs. M. Stanton TAYLOR.) 

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HECKFORD, Nathaniel, of the Customs, London ; born 1727 : 
buried at Rotherhithe 1819. Married Ann Sinkler, of Rother- 
hithe. Who was his father ? (Arthur E. HECKFORD, 
Birmingham.) 

HEDLEY, of Northumberland. (Josiah NEWMAN.) 

HENLEY or HANLY, of Malahide. before 1790, Dubhn and Co. 
Tipperary. (Valentine HUSSEYAVALSH.) 

HENLEY, Michael, of La Mamba, Co. Dublin, 1766-1825, son 
of Henry Henley, of Malahide ; died 1810. (Valentine HUSSEY- 
WALSH.) 

HERON, John, of Ballymacreely, Killinchy, Co. Down. Came 
from Galloway, 1679, J^^t after Bothwell Brigg. Killed by 
Jacobites, 1689. Parentage wanted. (Robert S. LEPPER.) 

HERSEY, Chas. J., 56, Audlev Road, West Hendon, London, 
N.W.4. See PONTIFEX, WARTON. 

HEWITT, John ; buried Bolton-le-Moors Parish Church, 1808. 
Parentage wanted. (J. N. BRAMWELL.) 

HEYBORNE family, London and neighbourhood. Wanted, par- 
ticulars from unprinted registers and visitations. (George 
MINNS.) 

HEYWOOD, Samuel and Martha, of Dover, Kent, Uving 1760. 
(H. D. HEARN.) 

HILL, of Bucks, before 1761 (yeomen). (E. DWELLY.) 

HILTON (HYLTON, HULTON), of Antrim and Derrv, and 
England. (J. W. KERNOHAN.) 

HINCHY or HENCHY, of Cratloe and Feenagh, Co. Clare. 
(Valentine HUSSEY-WALSH.) 

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HODGSON. Can give information about families named Hodgson. 
(G. FOTHERGILL.) 

HODSON, of Sussex, Hants, Staffs., Bucks., London, Ireland. 
(Leonard James HODSON, LL.B., The Mill House, Roberts- 
bridge, Sussex.) See DULVEY, ELLIS. 

HOLDEN, Margaret, of Ely ; married Joseph Lamb 1754. Parent- 
age wanted. (Charles LAMB.) 

HOLLY, John, of South England or Wales ; born 1618. (Malcolm 
D. RUDD.) 

HOLMES. See HOLMS. 

HOLMS or HOLMES, in Renfrewshire, before 1770. (S. E. 
POLLOK.) 

HOLT, Edward, of Wigan, about 1660. (Miss M. DRYDEN.) 

HOLTTUM, of East Kent. (Lt.-Col. Gardiner Hasell HARVEY.) 

HOOD, of Norwich, Norfolk. (WilHam BRADBROOK.) 

HOOKE, Alice, Charleston ; married Gregory Hains 1719. Ancestry 
wanted. (Charles Reginald HAINES.) 

HOWARD, of Croglin, Cumberland, after about 1640. (Col. 
H. R. L. HOWARD, Wygfair, St. Asaph, North Wales.) 

HOWARD, of Surrey. (William BRADBROOK.) 

HOWARTH, John F., Public Library, Chelmsford. See ESSEX 
famines, WORSLEY. 

HOWL AND. Information given and wanted to 1750. (Louis 
HOWLAND, 36 Bis, Avenue de L'Opera, Paris, France.) 

HOYSTED, Thomas, of Athy, about 1720, and ancestors. (Robert 
S. LEPPER.) 

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HUB AND, information wanted about 1550. (Revd. H. R. 
ELUBAND, Ipsley Lodge, Farnham, Surrey.) 

HUITSON, of Yorkshire. (PhiUp SAINSBURY.) 

HUMFRIE, Alice, who was married to Thomas Stedman, Sep- 
tember 15, 1592, at Cowfold, Sussex. (Thos. Gumey STED- 
MAN.) 

HUNT, of Norfolk and Suffolk, before 1710. (Thomas HUNT, 
York House, Heywood, Manchester.) 

HUNT, of Worcestershire. (WilHam BRADBROOK.) 

HUNTER, Jane, of FUmby, Cumberland ; married Mark Seymour, 
by Ucence, 1765. Parentage wanted. (C. W. RUSTON- 
HARRISON.) 

IBWIN, Sir Alfred, 49, Ailesbur>' Road, Dublin. See BULTEEL, 
SWANNE, TANKERVILLE, VERO. 

IVE (? JUE), Thomas, who was married to Jane Stedman, May 6, 
1617, at Horsham, Sussex. {Thos. Gumey STEDMAN.) 

JACKSON, of Antrim, Derry, Down, and America ; the President's 
connection. (J. W. KERNOHAN.) 

JACOB, Robert, of Botesdale, Suffolk, who married EHzabeth 
Davy, of Eye, Suffolk, in 1777, at Eye. Wanted, parentage 
and birthplace of said Robert ; born about 1750. (George 
JACOB, 17, Arcade Street, Ipswich.) 

JAMES, C. S., Cathedral House, Birmingham. See SHERWOOD. 

JASPER. See JESPER. 

JEFFREYS, Judge. Descendants of his brothers. (Philip 
SAINSBURY.) 

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JENNINGS, of West Somerset. (Revd. S. E. DODDERIDGE.) 

JESPER, or JASPER, of Essex. (W. A. JESPER, Clarcmont, 
Marygate, York.) 

JOHNSON." Can give information about families named JOHN- 
SON. (G. FOTHERGILL.) 

JOHNSON, of Chester, before 1800. (Thos. Needham WILSON.) 

JOHNSON, of Essex and Hackney, Middlesex. (Philip LAYER.) 

JONES. Can give information about families named Jones. (G. 
FOTHERGILL.) 

JONES. Information wanted of cousins of Robert Boles, named 
Edward and Morgan Jones, who were living in Tipperary Co. 
about 1830. (Howard C. MYERS.) 

JONES, Hon. William, of New Haven Colony ; a law>'er from 
St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, London. His parentage 
wanted. (Howard C. MYERS.) 

JUDDERY, of Guernsey and London, from 1730. (Revd. H. E. 
GUNSON.) 

KEARNEY, of Cashill, Rector of Loughgilly, Co. Armagh ; died 
1771 ; married Henrietta, daughter of Revd. Henry Brvdges. 
(Miss M. DRYDEN.) 

KEELING, of Sedglev, Norton, Newcastle, etc., Staffordshire, 
17th century. (Dimock FLETCHER.) 

KELLY, of Kilken^^^ (Edmund Walsh KELLY, J.P., BeUa 
Vista, Tramore. Co. Waterford, Ireland.) Sec DOWER, 
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KEMP, of London, end of i8th century. (Bernard P. SCATTER- 
GOOD.) 

KERNOHAN (CARNAHAN), of Antrim, Galloway, and America. 
(J. W. KERNOHAN, 115, Park Road, Belfast.) See CAIR- 
NACHAN, HAMILL, HILTON, JACKSON. 

KERRISON, of Norfolk. (Samuel GURNEY.) 

RETT, of Wymondham, Norfolk. (Ernest HAMPDEN-COOK.) 

KIMBERLEY, of Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. (Bernard P. 
SCATTERGOOD, M.A.) 

KING (Lady Clare), Milpillas, Caterham, Surrey. See TILSTON. 

KINGSLEY, of England and Ireland. (Mrs. TREFFRY.) 

KIRTLAND, of Bucks. (V. C. SANBORN.) 

KIRKE, Matthew, of Glandford Brigg, Lines. ; died c. 171 1. Who 
were his father, mother, and whom did he marry ? (R. C. 
WRIGHT.) 

KNAPP. Information given and desired, particularly Berks and 
Oxon. (Oswald Greenwaye KNAPP, M.A., Inwood, Alton 
Road, Parkstone, Dorset.) 

KNOX, of Caithness, Scotland ; intermarried with Simpson family 
of Thurso, about the year 1800. (Howard C. MYERS.) 

LAING. See LANG. 

LAMB, of Ely and Wisbech, 18th century and earlier. (Charles 
LAMB, Kettering.) See HOLDEN. 

LANG, or LAING, of Paisley, before 1710 ; also LANG in Renfrew- 
shire, Ayrshire, and Lanarkshire. (S. E. POLLOK.) 

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LANGBAIN, any. (C. W. RUSTON-HARRISON.) 

LANGHORXE, Thomas, London, citizen and skinner, 1655. (John 
LANGHORNE, Watson Villa, Belford Road, Edinburgh.) 

LAXGHORNE, Richard, of Lincoln, apothecary, 17th century. 
(John LANGHORNE.) 

LANGHORNE, Revd. Joseph, of Winton, Westmorland, school- 
master, 1739. (John LANGHORNE.) 

LANGLEY family. Can give information. (George SHERWOOD.) 

LANSDALE (LANSDELL), of Lancashire. (Mrs. M. Stanton 
TAYLOR.) 

LART, or DE LART. (Charles E. LART, Charmouth, Dorset.) 
See FLOYER, GARDNER. 

LATHO^.I (about 1180), Adam, second son of Robert de Lathom, 
assumed surname Heaton (Hey ton) ; in 1364 Agnes, daughter 
of Robert de Heaton, married Adam de Bilhnge. Wanted, 
descent of Robert de Heaton from Adam de Lathom. (J. N. 
BRAMWELL.) 

LAURIE, of Scotland, before 1640. Information desired. (Lady 
Dorothy LOWRY-CORRY.) 

LAYER, Philip, 3, Church Street West, Colchester, Essex. See 
AGAS, BOYS, GUYON, JOHNSON, LEY. 

LAWLOR, Henry Cairnes, M.R.I. A., KiUyfaddy, Windsor Avenue. 
Belfast. 

LAWRANCE, LAWRENCE, of Aberdeen before 1690. (R. 
Murdoch LAWRANCE, 23, Ashley Road, Aberdeen.) 

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LAWRENCE, of Coleraine and Magherafelt, 1750, supposed 
settlers. Where did they come from ? (Colonel LAWRENCE, 
Merlswood, Eastbourne.) 

LAYCOCK, of Kildwick, Yorkshire. Arms wanted. (J. N. BRAM- 
WELL.) 

LEES, Sir John, of Blackrock House, Co. Dublin. Pedigree. 
(Edward Byron DE LACY.) 

LENDALL, of Scotland, possibly Glasgow. (Malcobn D. RUDD.) 

LEPPER, LEEPER, and variants, especially 17th century or 
earlier, in England, Scotland. In Ulster from 1630 at least. 
(Robert S. LEPPER, Elsinore, Crawfordsburn, Co. Down, 
Ireland.) See AUBREY, BROWN, BRYSON, BUTLER, 
CHAPMAN, DALWAY, HAMILTON, HARRIS, HERON, 
HOYSTED, LLOYD, MAXWELL, O'GRADY, PETLEY. 
ST. LEGER, SHERLOCK. 

LETHBRIDGE, Christopher Nelson ; married in London 1795. 
Wanted urgently, dates of birth or baptism, and marriages 
of parents and grandparents. (Dr. G. C. WILLIAMSON.) 

LEVETT, of Lincolnshire or Yorkshire. (V. C. SANBORN.) 

LEWIS, A. L., 35, Beddington Gardens, Wallington, Surrey. See 
PAWLETT. 

LEY, John, of Huish next Meeth, Devon, in 1674. (Revd. A. 
B. M. LEY, Windhill, Bishops Stortford.) 

LEY, of Essex. (Philip LAVER.) 

LIBBY, LETHIBY, LARRABEE, LEHUBY, LOBY, LOBE, 
LUBEE. (C. T. LIBBY, Portland, Maine, U.S., America.) 

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LINXOLNSHIRE genealogy, especially feudal period. (Canon 
FOSTER.) 

LINDLEY, Barbara. Who was she ? (Frank H. PERRYCOSTE.) 

LISBURN, town of, Ireland, and district. Old records or refer- 
ences wanted. (James CARSON.) 

UVESEY, John, Bouverie Lodge, Farnham, SaUsbury. See 
HEATH, RAWSTHORNE, RICE. 

LLOYD, of Munster, especially counties Limerick and Cork. 
Particularly marriage about 1789 of Edward Lloyd with Mary 
Anne Honoria — ^ — , nee O'Grady, a widow (Roman Catholic). 
Perhaps abroad. Then or later of Castlemahon, Newcastle, 
Co. Limerick. Also alleged cousinship of Lieutenant Thomas 
Lloyd, of Tower Hill, Co. Limerick, and Captain Trevor 
Lloyd, of Gloster, King's County, about 1650. Also descen- 
dants of Rickard Lloyd, of Snugborough, Cork ; died 1824. 
(Robert S. LEPPER.) 

LLOYD, of Cardigan and Carmarthen, AUt-yr-Odyn, Castell-Hywel, 
Ffos-y-Bleiddiaid, Gilfach-Wen, etc. (Lucy E. Lloyd 
THEAKSTON.) 

LLOYD, of Ffosybleiddied, Cardiganshire, and Pound, near 
Ta\dstock, Devon. (Howard Meuric LLOYD, Cynghordy, 
Linear Llandovery, Carmarthenshire.) See ATKINS, LONGLEY, 
"^ROGERS, SEARL. 

LLOYD, Revd. John Hastings, Hartford House, Winchfield, Hants. 
See HASTINGS, FERRERS. 

LOBB (C. T. LIBBY.) 

LONG, Revd. Henry, The Presbytery, Leighton Buzzard. See 
ORPWOOD. 

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LONGLEY, of Kent. Archbishop of Canterbury's family. (Howard 
Meuric LLOYD.) 

LORD, of York Buildings, London, about 1700. (Miss M. 
DRYDEN.) 

LOTHROP, of Yorkshire, England. (Howard C. MYERS.) 

LOVE, of Renfrew, and others, before 1680. (S. E. POLLOK.) 

LOWFIELD, Thomas, of Surrey, about 1700. Any information 
of the family wanted. (James ST. LEGER.) 

LOWRY-CORRY, Lady Dorothv, Castlecoole, EnniskiUen, Ireland. 
See LAURIE, SHEPHERD. 

LUCAS, before 1804. (E. DWELLY.) 

LUDLAM. (Prof. T. W. EDMONDSON.) 

LYON, Bryan, of Prescot, Lancashire, i6th century. (Edward 
Lyon TAYLOR.) 

LYON, of Union Street, Liverpool, and of Thingwall, Co. Lancaster, 
and of Neston, Cheshire. (Raymond BERTHON.) 

LYON, of Sessay, Thirsk, Yorks ; hved there a century or more. 
(Rebecca Noble SHERWOOD.) 

LYONS, R. C. J., Mona House, Rugeley, Staffordshire. 

LYSTER, or LISTER, of Yorkshire and Ireland. (Revd. H. L. L. 
DENNY.) 

McARTHUR, settled in Pollokshaws before 1676. Wanted, his 
kinsmen (S. E. POLLOK.) 

MACCOMISH, of Crieff, Scotland, before 1780. (A. R. BAYLEY.) 

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McDOUGALL, Alexander, of Lincoln's Inn, solicitor, and of 7, 
Staple Inn, London ; born Jan. i, 1763 ; nephew of Alexander, 
of the Exchequer, Edinburgh. Wanted parentage. (Alexander 
McDOUGALL, Oakhurst, Westcombe Park, London, S.E.3.) 

McDOWALL, S. S., 85 Heme Hill London S.E. See COBB. 

MacIAN MACDONALD, of Ardnamurchan or Glencoe, Scotland. 
(Fred G. McKEAN.) 

McKEAN, Fred. G., 1220, New HamDshire Avenue, Washington, 
D.C., U.S. America. See CAREY, MacIAN MACDONALD, 
O'MEALY. 

McMillan, of Co. Antrim, Ireland, especially William ; born 
near Belfast, 1802. (George MINNS.) 

MADDOCK, MADDOCKS family. Can give information. (George 
SHERWOOD.) 

MANDEVILLE. See MANFIELD. 

MANFIELD, MANDEVILLE, of the West of England in the 
15th and i6th centuries. Marriages wanted of William Man- 
field, Manville or Maundefil, of Stockland, about the year 
1565 ; of Henry Manfield, of Stockland, to Katherine Person 
or Pearson, about 1595 ; of William Manfield, of Stockland, 
Wambrook, Hemyock or Dunkeswell, to ... Bovet, about 
1595 ; of James Manfield, of Stockland, about 1595 ; and of 
John Manfield, of Membury, about 1630. (James MANFIELD, 
Weston Favell House, Northampton.) 

MARJORIBANKS, Marianne ; married Commander William 
Robertson, R.N., before 1800. Parentage wanted. (C. W. 
RUSTON-HARRISON.) 

MARKES, of Gayton and Pattishall, Northampton ; marriages 
17th century. Genealogy generally. (Joseph GREEN.) 

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MARLANDE, Jean, born about 1706. Settled in Dublin. Why 
did he receive pension from Irish Secretary, which he willed 
to his son, Peter ? (Mary MARLANDE, Waycroft, Oxshott, 
Surrey.) 

MARLER, or MARLOW, anywhere. (William BRADBROOK.) 

MARSDEN, Revd. B. A., The Rectory, Ayston, Uppingham. 

MARSH, Richard, of Heaton, Bolton-le-Moors, 1758. Parentage 
wanted. (J. N. BRAMWELL.) 

MARTEN, Michael, of Ardinglv, Sussex, living 1650. (Lieut.- 
Col. Gardiner HaseU HARVEY.) 

MARTYN, of King Street, Westminster, grocer, about 1629. 
(Mss M. DRYDEN.) 

MASKELL, Marv, married John Sewell at St. Cuthbert's, Carlisle- 
bv licence, "'1768. Parentage wanted. (C. W. RUSTON- 
HARRISOX.) 

MASON. Can give information about famihes named Mason. 
(G. FOTHERGILL.) 

MASTERMAN, of Hull, Yorkshire, down to 1850. (Revd. 
Prebendary TALBOT.) 

MASTERS, Captain, of Chester man-of-war about 1745. 
Any information about him or his family. (James ST. 
LEGER.) 

MATTHEWS, of Norwich and Edinburgh, especially Hugh ; 
married Janet Macpherson, i8th century. (Samuel GURNEY.) 

MAXWELL, Revd. John (?), Rector of Connor (?), Co. Antrim, 
about 1760. Daughter MilHcent Sophia married John Lepper. 
(Robert S. LEPPER.) 

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MAY, of London. (Lieut.-Col. Gardiner Hasell HARVEY.) 

MAYNE, Dr. W. Boxer, 34, Victoria Road, Swindon. See BOX, 
UDEN. 

MEE, of Packington and Ashby, Leicester ; especially parentage 
of William, born 1723, wanted. (Henry HARTOPP.) 

MELSOP, of Ireland. (Mrs. TREFFRY.) 

MERRITT, MERRETT, etc., before 1700, especially Thomas 
Merritt, of Standlinch, Wiltshire, and any Merritt in 
England, 1400-1500. (Douglas MERRITT, Rhinebeck, N.Y., 
U.S. America.) See DE MERIET, DOUGLAS, SCOTT. 

MIDDLETON, of Upper Deeside parishes, Aberdeenshire, before 
1750. (W. MIDDLETON-STEWART.) 

MILLER, Hugh, merchant, London and Virginia ; died Feb. 13 
or 14, 1762, probably in Britain. Burial place or record 
enquired for. (Capt. William SCOT.) 

MILNER-GIBSON-CULLUM, Gery, F.S.A., Hardwick House. 
Bury St. Edmunds. See ASHFIELD, CULLUM, GERY, 
GIBSON, VANACKER, VAN HEYTHUYSEN, WITTE- 
WRONGE, WYAT. 

MILWARD, of Dovedale, Derbyshire, Warwickshire, Stratford- 
on-Avon, Welford-on-Avon. (Edward Milward Seede 
PARKER.) 

MINNITT, of Annaghbeg, Co. Tipperary. (Mrs. TREFFRY.) 

MINNS, George, 17, Paragon Street, Norwich. See HEYBORNE, 

McMillan, scott, young. 

MOLINE, Peter, of London, 1673. Ancestry ; French connection 
with Mohne, of St. You. (Charles Reginald HAINES.) j 

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MOLONY, of County Clare. (Alfred MOLONY, 48, Dartmouth 
Park Hill, N.W.5.) 

MOLYNEUX, of Ravensmeols Manor, Lancashire. (J. N. 
BRAMWELL.) 

MOORE, John ; born April 7, 1799, beheved to be of Scotch 
parentage, and probably Presbyterian. Member of firms 
Tulloh & Co., and Moore, Hie key & Co., Calcutta. Married 
Anne Isabella, daughter of Roderick Mackenzie ; died 1839, 
at Calcutta. Any information. (Chas. S. MOORE, Stanhope, 
New Bushey, Herts.) See WARDEN. 

MORRIS, or North of Ireland, to Pennsylvania, U.S.A., and later 
to Manchester, Nova Scotia, Canada. (Howard C. MYERS.) 

MORRIS, or MORRICE, in Ayrshire and Renfrewshire, before 
1770. (S. E. POLLOK.) 

MOTTLEY, before 1750. (S. Hyde TURNER.) 

MURRAY, . . . late 57th Regiment ; died 1796 in Wexford. 
(Major Edward Croft MURRAY, Perivale, Ryde, Isle of Wight.) 

MYERS, Howard C, 33, Tappan Avenue, Belle\ille, New Jersey, 
U.S. America. See ATWATER, BOLES, BOWLES, 
CRAVEN, HART. HAWKINS, JONES, KNOX, LOTHROP, 
MORRIS, NAPPER, RYALL, RYAN, SIMPSON, SMEDLEY, 
TIGHE, WHITTENBURY, WOODS. 

NAPPER, of Cashel, Co. Tipperar^-, Ireland. (Howard C. 
MYERS.) 

NASH, of Worcestershire. (William BRADBROOK.) 

NELIGAN, James, Rector of Kilmactigue, Co. Clare, 1802-1835. 
(Mrs. TREFFRY.) 

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NELSON, Joseph, of Garths-in-the-Hay, Westmorland, bom c. 
1720. Who were his parents ? (W. FARRER.) 

NEWHAM, Daniel, yeoman ; wife Mary. Wanted marriage 1695 
to 1720 ; probably Derbyshire or adjoining county. (Conway 
DIGHTON.) 

NEWMAN, of Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire. (Josiah NEWMAN, 
Winscombe, Somerset.) See COOKES, HEDLEY, ONSLOW, 
PRICHARD, PUMPHREY, SIDCOT scholars, SOMER- 
FORD, STANLEY, TREFFRY, WESTCOMBE. 

NEWMAN, H. E., Carisbroke, Dinas Powis, Glamorgan. See 
CAMBRIDGE, RADNALL. 

NEWTON, of Oakerthorpe, S. Wingfield, Derby. (Revd. W. B. 
Hesketh BIGGS.) 

NICHOLS, of London, Essex, or Cornwall, before 1765 ; U.S.A. 
after 1809. (Joseph Cowie NICHOLS, Kuriheka, Maheno, 
Otago, New Zealand.) 

NICHOLSON, William, born 1758-9, probably at Bolton-le-Moors. 
Parentage wanted. Also date and family of William Nicholson, 
of Manchester, mentioned in Long's Royal Descents. (J. N. 
BRAMWELL.) 

NORTHALL, John, Captain, R.A., killed at Surinam, 1759-60 ; 
married 1759 Dorothy Rumbold. Who was his father ? (Mrs. 
Walter GURNEY.) 

NORTHUMBERLAND. Wanted name of mother of Dorothy 
Percy ; also an account of other natural children of the first 
Duke. (Henr>' RICHARDSON.) 

NUTHALL. (H. ATHILL-CRUTTWELL.) 

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OAKELEY, OCKLEY. OKELEY. (Capt. OAKELEY, Orford 

Barracks, Warrington.) 

OAKHAMPTON parish, Devon. Can give information about 
Oakhampton families. (G. FOTHERGILL.) 

O'CONNOR, of Castlemby, before 1680, and Tuomona, Co. Ros- 
common subsequently. (Valentine HUSSEY-WALSH.) 

OGILBY, PLUMMER and BOYLE families. (Edward BOYLE.) 

O'GRADY, James, of Castlemahon, Newcastle, Co. Limerick, 1756. 
Son of John of Kilballyowen by second marriage. Descendants 
wanted. Perhaps " of Balhngarrv." Also burial place. 
(Robert S. LEPPER.) 

OLLARD, John, Vicar of Monmouth, 1728-1732. (Revd. Canon 
OLLARD, Bainton, near Driffield, Yorks.) 

O'MEALY, of Ireland and Bombay. (Fred G. McKEAX.) 

O'MOORE, of Cloghan Castle, King's County. Pedigree wanted. 
(Lady ABINGER.) 

O'NEILL. Can give information about the famihes named O'Neill. 
(G. FOTHERGILL.) 

ONLEY, of Norfolk. (Samuel GURNEY.) 

ONSLOW, of Salop and Staffordshire. (Josiah NEWMAN.) 

ORPWOOD, Edward ; born 1718, married Jane Brazier. Was he, 
Edward, baptized at St. Nicholas, Abingdon, in that year, son 
of Thomas and Ann ? (Henry LONG.) 

OSWALD, of Kirkwall, Orkney Isles, before 1590. (Miss 
ESTCOURT-OSWALD, formerly Wllhamson, 5, Oxford Road, 
Colchester.) See CHARNOCK, HARRISON, OSWALD, 
TRITTON. 

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OTTLEY, William, of Bainton, Yorks ; will proved February, 
1681. Who was his father ? Whom did he marry, and 
where ? (Rear-Admiral Sir Charles OTTLEY, 17, Queen's 
Gate Gardens, London, S.W.7.) See DREWRY. 

OWTRAM family. Can give information. (George SHERWOOD.) 

OXFORDSHIRE families. Can give information. (George SHER- 
WOOD.) 

PACKER, of Cheltenham, Gloucester, etc. (Thomas PACKER, 
Courtfield, South Woodford. Essex.) See WALDEGRAVE. 

PACKER, Thomas, of the Signet -Office, father of John, of Groom- 
bridge, Kent. Wanted, connection with the Packers of Co. 
Gloucester. Thomas Packer, of London, surgeon, born about 
1652, emigrated to Salem, Mass. ; wife Hephzibah. Who was 
she ? John Packer emigrated to New London, Conn., 1651. 
Who was he ? Samuel Packer from Windham, 1638, on the 
Diligent of Ipswich. Who was he ? WiUiam Packer, 
page 33, " Diet. Nat. Biog." Any information. (Thurbur A. 
PACKER, P.O. Box 222, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S. America.) 

PAGE, of Stockton-on-Tees, 1650-1900. (Bernard P. SCATTER- 
GOOD.) 

PALMER, Joseph, King's Messenger ; died in London, 1759. 
Who was his father ? (Paul RYLANDS.) 

PARK, PARKE, PARKS, of Liverpool, of Toxteth Park, and of 
West Derby, near Liverpool. (Raymond BERTHON.) 

PARKER, of Upton House, Upton Cheyney, Bitton, Gloucester- 
shire. (Edward Milward Seede PARKER, Welford House, 
Weston-super-Mare, Somerset.) See BUSH, CARDE, COUN- 
SELL, DAY, DOWLING, MILWARD, PASTON, PERROTT, 
RAWLINS, ROGERS, ROSEWELL, STRATTON, TOBIN, 
WILLIAMS. 

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PARKER, of Old Swinford, Worcestershire, before 1606. (Dr. 
George PARKER, Clifton, Bristol.) See BICKERSTAFF. 

PARKER, Col. John, C.B., Browsholme Hall, Chtheroe, Lanca- 
shire. See BLAKEY, CHADDERTON, GOULBORNE. 

PARKINSON, of Inch, Co. Down, came from England. When > 
From what part ? Information exchanged all Parkinson 
famines. (John PARKINSON, Kilwinning, Ayrshire.) See 
CLOKEY. 

PARSONS, of Sussex, before 1750. (Thos. Gurney STEDMAN.) 

PASTON, of Norfolk, Horton Court, Gloucestershire, IVIidland 
Counties, especially William, of Birmingham ; died 1522. 
(Edward Milward Seede PARKER.) 

PATTLE, before 1800. (Sir Thomas TROUBRIDGE.) 

PATTON, Sir Robert, of City of London, about 1650. (Miss M. 
DRYDEN.) 

PAWLETT, Sir Henry, died Andover, 1640. Who were his wife,. 
father, grandfather, and their wives ? (A. L. LEWIS.) 

PAYEN-PAYNE, of Jersey and London. (J. B. de Vincheles 
PAYEN-PAYNE, 49, Nevern Square, London, S.W.) 

PEACHEY family and variants of name, all counties, all periods. 
(Dr. George "C. PEACHEY, Sick Asylum, Bromley-by-Bow, 
London, E.) 

PELL, Ruth, of Upchurch, Kent, hving 1730. (H. D. HEARN.) 

PEMBERTON, of Pemberton, Lancashire, especially John, born 
1657, of Halsnead, near Prescot, Bilhnge, Whiston, Upholland 
and Haigh. (Lady LEIGH-PEMBERTON, Abbots Leigh, Hay- 
wards Heath, Sussex.) 

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PENN, Elizabeth, of Boston, 1640 ; widow of William Hammond, 
who died in England. Parentage desired. Her daughter, Ann 
Hammond, married Thomas Dimmock. (George DIMMOCK.) 

PERCY. Wanted, name of mother of Dorothy Percy ; also an 
account of other natural children of the first Duke of North- 
umberland. (Henry RICHARDSON.) 

PERRIN, of Wilts. (Henry PERRIN, 31, Old Change, London, 
E.C.) 

PERROTT, of Bellhall, Belbroughton, Worcestershire; Bristol, 
Gloucestershire; Somersetshire ; Devon ; United States, America. 
(Edward Milward Seede PARKER.) 

PERRYCOSTE, Frank H., Polperro, Cornwall. See LINDLEY. 

PERSEHOUSE, of Sedgley, Staffordshire, especially parentage of 
Edward, hving 1620. (Dimock FLETCHER.) 

PETER, PETRE, and other variants, of Devon and Cornwall. 
(H. Tapley SOPER.) 

PETLEY, of London, Kent, Surrey, 17th centur}\ Founder's 
kin at Winchester. (Robert S. LEPPER.) 

PETYT. (Prof. T. W. EDMONDSON.) 

PHILLIPS, of the parish of St. Catherine Cree, Leadenhall Street, 
London, and Birmingham. (Revd. H. E. GUNSON.) 

PHILLIPS, Thomas, of Stowmarket, County Suffolk, and Sir 
William PHILLIPE, of Demington, Suffolk. (Henry B. 
PHILLIPS, 16, California Street, San Francisco, U.S., America.) 

PHILLIPSON, married Rachel, daughter Robert Lane. She died 
1690. (Mrs. WiUiam Theobald BUTLER.) 

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PHIPPS (PHIP), of all counties and colonies. (Lieut. -Colonel 
H. R. PHIPPS, R.F.A., Armv and Navy Club, Pall MaU, 
London.) See DANIELL. 

PILE or PYLE, 1600-1800. (Thomas A. J. PILE. 15, Holland 
ViUas Road, Kensington, W.) See BLACKALL, FRENXH 
GWYNNE, PIPER. 

PINE, of West Somerset. (Revd. S. E. DODDERIDGE.) 

PINK, of West Sussex, connected by marriage with Stedman 
family in 1720. (Thos. Gurney STEDMAN.) 

PIPER, 1680-1760. (Thomas A. J. PILE.) 

PIRIE-GORDON, H., D.S.C., M.A., F.S.G., 6, Priory Grove 
London, S.W.io. See COLLINGWOOD. 

PLETTS. (Prof. T. W. EDMONDSON.) 

PLUMMER, of Purton, Wilts. (Revd. Lawience John CHAM- 
BERLEN.) 

PLUMMER, OGILBY, and BOYLE famihes. (Edward BOYLE.) 

PLUMPTON, of Lees, Oldham, Lancashire, 17th centur\-. (Edward 
Lyon TAYLOR.) 

POLLOK, POLK or POLLOCK, all of the name. Interested in 
all famihes in the district of the Newton of Mearns, Renfrew- 
shire. (S. E. POLLOE, 20, Augustus Road, Edgbaston, 
Birmingham.) See ANDERSON, CALDERWOOD, CALD- 
WELL, GILMOUR, HOLMS, LANG, LOVE, McARTHUR, 
MORRIS. 

PONTIFEX, of West Wycombe, especially ^Marv, born 1745. 
(Chas. J. HERSEY.) 

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POOLE, of Shoreham, Sussex. Captain Richard died 1652, 
aged 94. How descended from Poole, of Cheshire ? (Henry 
CHEAL.) 

PORTER, related to Gepps, of Maynetrees, Chelmsford. (Sydney 
Gordon ROBERTS.) 

PRICHARD, of Herefordshire, Monmouth, and South Wales. 
(Josiah NEWMAN.) 

PRINSEP, of Tamworth. (Sir Thos. TROUBRIDGE.) 

PROTHEROE, Frank, 16, Arundel Mansions, Purser's Cross, 
Fulham, London, S.W. See CASTLE. 

PRUNTY (original form of Bronte), of Ireland. (Joseph Hambley 
ROWE.) 

PUMPHREY, of Tewkesbury, Gloucester. (Josiah NEWMAN.) 

QUINBY, QUIMBY, QUENBY, QUEMBY, any reference, but 
especially of Ringstead, County Northampton, and locality 
before 1650. (Henry Cole QUINBY, 165, Broadway, New 
York City.) 

RADNALL, of Staffordshire. (Herbert E. NEWMAN.) 

RAGLAN, Rt. Hon. Lord, Government House, Isle of Man. See 
DENN. 

RAINSFORD, Thomas, of Clifford Chambers, apparently dis- 
inherited in 1578. (F. Vine RAINSFORD, 66, Oseney Crescent, 
London, N.W.) 

RAMBAUT, of Ireland, formerly of Duras, France ; also American 
branch. (Major Bertrand RAMBAUT, 2, Kensington 
Esplanade, Sunderland.) See FOUCHE, HAUTENVILLE, 
READ, ROCHFAUCAUD. 

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RANGE, Sarah, a widow, of Radnage, Bucks, living 1709. (H. D. 
HEARN.) 

RAVENSHAW (RANSHALL), Randle, marriages of, before 
1641 and before 1673, South Cheshire. (John RAVENSHAW, 
West Hill, Highgate.) 

RAWLINS, of Herefordshire, Warwickshire, Lichfield, Gloucester- 
shire. (E. M. S. PARKER.)^ 

RAWSTHORNE or ROSTHORNE, of Haslingden, Lancashire, 
1650-1700. (John LIVESEY.) 

READ, of Bath, afterwards Ireland, who married into Kinnaird 
family. (Major Bertrand RAMBAUT.) 

REED or REID of Co. Louth, Ireland, and Boston, Lincolnshire. 
John Reed, bom at CoUon, Co. Louth, 1788, descendant of 
the Reeds of Boston, had a brother William. (Mrs. M. Stant< n 
TAYLOR.) 

RHODES, of Castlehouse Hill, Gomersal, Yorks, before 1750. 
(J. N. BRAMWELL.) 

RICE, of Wrenbury, Cheshire, before 1800. (John LIVESEY.) 

RICHARDSON, of Appleby, Westmorland, before 1800; of 
Bolton, went to America. "^ (R. Morris RICHARDSON, Cathedral 

Buildings, Newcastle-on-Tyne.) 

RICHARDSON, of Keithock, Forfar, Scotland. Wanted pedigiet, 
Richardsons of the Scottish Highlands, chief famihes resident 
there about 1820, or reference to any work relative to them 
wanted. (Henry RICHARDSON, Central Pharmacy, Stoke, 
Devonport.) See NORTHUMBERLAND, PERCY, STEP- 
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RICHELY, George, of Corbridge, near Newcastle-on-Tyne. Bridget 
his wife, died there 1867. Any information. (Mrs. C. A. 
TEEPLES.) 

RINGROSE. See VINRACE. 

ROBERTS, Sydney Gordon, c/o Messrs. Henry S. King & Co., 
9, Pall Mall, London. See GEPP, PORTER, TORIANO. 

ROBERTSON, William, Commander R.N. ; died at Coldstream, 
1813. Parentage wanted. (C. W. RUSTON -HARRISON.) 

ROBINSON, of Wigton. (C. W. RUSTON-HARRISON.) 

ROCHFAUCAUD, de la, of France, San Domingo and U.S.A., 
also de la ROCHE. (Major Bertrand RAMBAUT.) 

ROE, Henry ; born c. 1729, H.M. Customer, at Portsmouth. 
Baptism of required. Probably Cornwall or Devon. (Herbert 
F. ROE, 8, Crauford Rise, Maidenhead, Berks.) 

ROEMER, Baroness von, Hurstmonceux, Sussex. See COMBE. 

ROGERS, Patience, of Falmouth ; married Charles Searl, or 
Sarle, at Falmouth, April 9, 1787. (Howard Meuric LLOYD.) 

ROGERS, of Bristol and Ireland ; Bradford-on-Avon ; especially 
Captain Woodes Rogers, of Bristol ; rescued Alexander Selkirk, 
1709. (Edward Milward Seede PARKER.) 

ROGERS, Thomas, of Bledlow, Bucks, living about 1741. (H. D. 
HEARN.) 

ROGERS, John Pringle, of Dover and Deal, living 1790. (H, D. 
HEARN.) 

ROMANES, ROMANS, ROMAINE. (Charles S. ROMANES, 3. 
Abbotsford Crescent, Edinburgh.) See CALLS. 

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ROSEWELL, of Somerset, Devon, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, 
Bristol. (Edward Milward Seede PARKER.) 

ROUS, of White Waltham, Berks, and Much Waltham, Essex. 
(Ernest FRANCIS.) 

ROWBOTHAM, G. H., 21, Ashley Road, St. Annes-on-Sea. Set 
ARCHER. 

ROWE, chiefly of Cornwall. (Joseph Hamblev ROWE, M.B,. 
CM., 88, Horton Grange Road, Bradford, Yorks.) See, 
HAMBLEY, PRUNTY, WRATHALL. 

ROWLAND, of Fairfield, about 1639-1650. Henry Rowland, 
supposed to have come from Essex County to Fairfield, Conn. 
(Henry L. ROWLAND, Waterburv, Conn., U.S., America.) 
See BURR. 

RUDD, Jonathan, of Nottinghamshire ; born c. 1620. (Malcolm 
D. RUDD, Lakeville, Conn., U.S., America.) See COFFING. 
HOLLY, LENDALL. 

RUSSELL, of Wednesbury, Staffordshire. Parentage of Henry, 
died 1759. (Dimock FLETCHER.) 

RUSSELLS, of Fort Russell, Canada or America, 1780. Informa- 
tion required. (Mrs. Alexander FORTESCUE.) 

RUSTON, of Cumberland (after 1700), of Bridhngton and North 
Dalton (before 1725). (C. W. RUSTON-HARRISON.) 

RUTTER, of Stockton-on-Tees, before 1698. (A. R. BAYLEY.) 

RYALL, of County Tipperary, Ireland. (Howard C. MYERS.) 

RYAN, of County Tipperary. Ireland. (Howard C. MYERS.) 

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RYLANDS family, Lancashire. Any notes before 1650. (Paul 
RYLANDS, 96, Bidston Road, Birkenhead.) See PALMER. 

" S." SURNAMES. An Index to Surnames beginning with letter 
" S," mentioned in more than 100 different volumes of Memoirs, 
Diaries, Registers, Genealogical and Biographical works, may 
be consulted on pax'ment of half-a-crown at the Office of The 
Pedigree Directory, 227, Strand, London, W.C.2. 

SAINSBURY, of Wiltshire, especiall}^ the ancestry of John Sains- 
bury of Devizes, c. 1500. (Philip SAINSBURY, 52, Wimpole 
Street, London, W.) See CAYME, HUITSON, JEFFREYS, 
STICKNEY, WATTS. 

ST. LEGER, Sir Warham, obiit 1600, with Kingsmill, Burgh, 
Lloyd female descents. Information wanted beyond Marshall's 
Guide's references. (Robert S. LEPPER.) 

ST. LEGER, James, 15, Holbein House, Sloane Square, London. 
S.W. See LOWFIELD MASTERS. 

SAMBORNE, of Wilts, Hants, Somerset or London. (V. C. 
SANBORN.) 

SANBORN, V. C, Kenilworth, IlUnois, U.S., America. S^e BACHI- 
LER, KIRTLAND, LEVETT, SAMBORNE. 

SAUNDERS, of Highworth, Wilts. (Revd. Lawrence John 
CHAMBERLEN.) 

SAUNDERS, or SANDERS, Alexander, of Banff, etc. (H. S. 
SAUNDERS, Tower House, Weybridge, Surrey.) 

SCATTERGOOD. (Bernard P. SCATTERGOOD, 7 and 9, Cook- 
ridge Street. Leeds.) See ALPORT, FLETCHER, KEMP, 
KIMBERLEY. PAGE. 



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SCHOFIELD, John, of Hunslet, Yorks., born 1825. Margaret 
(RICHELY), his wife, of Hadely, Northumberland, born 1830. 
Any information. (Mrs. C. A. TEEPLES.) 

SCOT, Capt. WiUiam, R.A.M.C, 15, Claremont Terrace, Edin- 
burgh. See MILLER. 

SCOTT of before 1720. (Douglas MERRITT.) 

SCOTT, of Scot's Hall, Rockhills, and Penge Place, Kent ; Betton 
and Shrewsbury, Salop. (Capt. Charles Clarkson SHAW.) 

SCOTT family of Armagh, Ireland. Wanted notes relating to. 
(George MINNS.) 

SCOTT family. Can give information. (George SHERWOOD.) 

SEARL, or SARLE, Charles, of Falmouth, married there April 9, 
1787 ; Searle, of Oporto, 1773 ; Sarle, of Lisbon, 1812. (Howard 
Meuric LLOYD.) 

SEARLE, of Ramsey, Huntingdon, 17th century. (W. Maurice 
WRIGHT.) 

SEATON, especially Gervas, of Blyth, Notts., died 1673, vide 
Hunter's " Familiae Minorum," Jackson's "St. George's, Don- 
caster." (Prebendary SEATON, Goodrich, Ross, Herefordshire.) 

SEAWELL, of WaJsoken, Norfolk, before 1700. (Mrs. James 
Scott BLACK.) 

SEWELL. (C. W. RUSTON-HARRISON.) 

SEYMOUR, John, of Seaton, Cumberland ; married Jane Pagan, 
at Workington, in 1733. Said to have been born in Ireland. 
Parentage wanted. (C. W. RUSTON-HARRISON.) 

SEYMOUR, of Havant, Hampshire ; middle 19th centurv. (Revd. 
H. J. Dukinfield ASTLEY.) 

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SHAW, of Mosshead and Kilmarnock, Co. A3T, Baronets ; Lowland 
Scottish Shaws generally. (Captain Charles Clarkson SHAW, 
The Citadel, Quebec, Canada.) See also SCOTT. 

SHEFFIELD famihes anywhere. (C. E. SHEFFIELD, Hambrook, 
Hornchurch, Essex.) 

SHEPHERD, of Cheshunt, Herts, and Bunhill Row, London, 
before 1765. Information desired. (Lady Dorothy LOWRY- 
CORRY.) 

SHERBORN anywhere. (C. Davies SHERBORN, 49, Peter- 
borough Road, Fulham, London, S.W.) 

SHERIDAN, Sir Henry William Westby, who died 1802. Who 
were his father and brothers ? (Mrs. GARSON.) 

SHERLOCK, Co. Kildare, especially ancestors of William, of 
Ardru, Athy, etc.; died 1827, aged loi. (Robert S. LEPPER.) 

SHERWOOD, of Sulham, Berks, and neighbourhood, 17th and 
i8th centuries. (C. S. JAMES.) 

SHERWOOD family. Can give information. (George SHERWOOD, 
227, Strand, London, W.C.2.) See AMERICA, BARTON, 
BERKSHIRE, BODDINGTON, BROOKE, BROOKS, 
CHAMBERLAIN, COSTAR, DAY, FREEMAN, FULHAM 
(Middlesex), LANGLEY, MADDOCK, MADDOCKS, OWT- 
RAM, OXFORDSHIRE, SCOTT, SMITH, TUDOR, VIN- 
CENT, WALLINGFORD (Berks), WEBB, WESTON, WINCH, 
WYATT. 

SHERWOOD, Miss Rebecca Noble, 13, St. Hilda's Terrace, Whitby, 
Yorks. See LYON. 

SHIPLEY, of 17th and i8th centuries. (William ABBATT.) 

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SHIPTON, of Shaw, Berks, i6th century, and Andover, Hants, 
17th centm-y. (Revd. C. P. SHIPTON, Halsham, Ottringham, 
Hull.) 

SIDCOT SCHOLARS. Ancestry of any of the 3,000 since year 
1800. (Josiah NEWMAN.) 

SIMPSON, of Thurso, Caithness, Scotland. (Howard C. MYERS.) 

SIMPSON, Lt.-Col. Stephen, Avenham Road, Preston, Lancashire. 
See FELL. 

SINGERS, of Bath. (Charles SPURRELL, F.R.C.S.) 

SKELTON, of Kirkbride, Cumberland. (C. W. RUSTON- 
HARRISON.) 

SLEATH, of Leire, in Leicestershire, before 1620. (Chas. HEAPE, 
High Lane, Cheshire.) 

SMEDLEY, of Tipperary and Clare, Ireland. (Howard C. 
MYERS.) 

SMITH, Richard, of Salwick, Lancashire ; will proved 1765 ; 
buried at Kirkham. Parentage wanted. (J. P. SMITH, 
Amdene, Barrow-in-Furness.) 

SMITH family. Can give information. (George SHERWOOD.) 

SMITHETT, SMYTHEOT, of Kent, 1326 to 1871. (James Liddon 
SMITHETT, 45, Highbury Hill, London, N.) 

SNOWDEN, of Bolton Percy and Ripon, Yorkshire. (Revd. 
A. H. SNOWDEN, Ketton Vicarage, Stamford.) 

SOMERFORD, of Somerford. (Josiah NEWMAN.) 

SOPEB, H. Tapley, Royal Albert Memorial, Exeter. See 
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SPURRELL, of Wilts, Somerset, Dorset, Devon or Cornwall. 
(Charles SPURRELL, F.R.C.S., Sick Asylum, Bromley-by- 
Bow. London, E.) See SINGERS. 

SQUINCH, of Oxfordshire or Berkshire. (Sir Thos. H. C. 
TROUBRIDGE.) 

STAFFORDSHIRE. Can give information about Staffordshire 
famiUes. (G. FOTHERGILL.) 

STANLEY, of Tardebigge, Worcestershiie. (Josiah NEWMAN.) 

STEDIMLAN, Thos. Gurney, sohcitor, i8, Vernon Road, Bushey, 
Herts (late of Horsham, Sussex). See AUGUR, BATCHELOR, 
BINGHAM, BREADON, GRANTA, GRANTHAM, HUM- 
FRIE, IVE, PARSONS, PINK, STEDMAN, WHITE, 
WRIGHT. 

STEDMAN, any, but particularly of Kent, Surrey, and Sussex, 
and including the following : — 

(i) Richard Stedeman, of " SuUyngton-cum-Thacham," 
Sussex, in 1296 ; 

(2) Walter Stedeman, of same place, 1327 ; 

(3) Simon Stedeman, who in 1324 owned a messuage and 
half a virgate of land in Horsham and Hechyngefelde 
(modern spelling Itchingfield), Sussex ; 

(4) William Stedeman, of Horsham, 1327 ; 

(5) Henry le Stedman, and Agnes, liis wife, who in 1337 
owned land (at Lurgashal ?), in West Sussex ; 

(6) John Stedeman, of Horsham, and Denise, his wife, who 
in 1363 owned ten acres of land and nine acres of meadow 
in Clayton, Sussex. (Thos. Gurney STEDMAN.) 

STEPHENS, of Minsterworth, Gloucester. William Stephens died 
about 1870. Pedigree and descent from Eastington branch 
wanted. (Henry RICHARDSON.) 

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STEPHENS, William John, " Hayne," Newquay, Cornwall. Sec 
Cornish genealogy. 

STEWART, of Upper Deeside parishes, Aberdeenshire, before 
1800. (W. MIDDLETON-STEWART, Osborne Hotel, Aber- 
deen.) See MIDDLETON. 

STICKNEY, of Lincolnshire. (Philip SAINSBURY.) 

STOTE, of Breamore and Lyndhurst, Hants. (Revd. A. W. 
STOTE, Holy Trinity Vicarage, Trowbridge, Wilts.) See 
BLANDY. 

STRATTON, of Bristol. (Edward Milward Seede PARKER.) 

STUART, Mrs., Lochrin House, Craiglockhart Terrace, Edinburgh. 
See BRADESTONE. 

STUBBS, of Eltham, Kent, and London. Famil}' of PhiUp, 
author of " Anatomic of Abuses," temp. Elizabeth. (Henry 
STUBBS, Danby, Ballyshannon.) 

SWAINE, of Horton, Yorks, prior to 1515. Susanna Swaine, of 
Shelf, Yorks, or London ; married Shechaniah Rhodes, of 
Gomersal, Yorks, 1775. Parentage of Susanna Swaine wanted ; 
father probably John, son of Thomas Swaine, of Shelf. (J. N. 
BRAMWELL.) 

SWAINSON, of Hawkshead, Lancashire. New Zealand, etc. 
(Henry Swainson COWPER.) 

SWANNE, of Ilmington, Warwick, and Templeport, Cavan, i8th 
century. (Sir Alfred IRWIN.) 

SWEET, of Devon, before 1784. (E. DWELLY.) 

SWIFT, of Monmouth, Hereford, and Gloucester, 1725-1800 ; 
especially ancestry of Timothy, living at English Bicknor, 
1778. 

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SWIFT, Hezekiah, of . (Francis Darwin SWIFT, Denstone 

College, Stafford.) See DUKES. 

SYKES, Richard, of Boston, 1639 > ^^ Springfield, Mass., 1641. 
Wife Phebe. Parentage of both desired. (George DIMMOCK.) 

TALBOT, Revd. Prebendary, Edgmond Rectory, Newport, Salop. 
See MASTERMAN. 

TALCOTT, Miss M. K., 135, Sigourney Street, Hartford, Conn., 
U.S., America. See DUDLEY, FIENNES, GAGER, YORKE. 

TANKERVILLE, of Galway town, i8th century. (Sir Alfred 
IRWIN.) 

TAYLOR, Edward Lyon, Carr Hill, Rochdale. See CHADERTON, 
DENTON, LYON, PLUMPTON. 

TAYLOR, of Uffculme and Selworthy, Devon, or elsewhere in 
Devon or Somerset, ante 1700. (Prof. A. E. BYE.) 

TAYLOR, of Co. Monaghan. (Revd. J. Wallace TAYLOR, LL.D.. 
Errigal Glebe, Emyvale, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.) See 
BYRNE, DAWSON, WALLACE. 

TAYLOR, Gilbert, care of The Editor, The Pedigree Directory, 
1917, 227, Strand, London, W.C.2. See GILBERT. 

TAYLOR, Mrs. M. Stanton, The Ivan, 47th and Baltimore Avenue, 
Philadelphia, Penn., U.S., America. See HEATHWOOD, 
LANSDALE, REED, WAINWRIGHT, WEST. 

TEED, of East Budleigh, Devon, particularly ; also generally. 
(Harry W. TEED, Cranbourne, Cherry Orchard Road, Bromley 
Common, Kent.) See WILLIAMSON. 

TEEPLES, Mrs. Caroline, Pinner, Graham Co., Arizona, U.S., 
America. See RICHELY, SCHOFIELD. 

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TENNANT, Christopher, died 1678, and younger brother, Revd. 
John Tennant, married 1619 ; died 1674 ; both of Milbeck, 
Dent, Yorks. Parentage wanted. (Henry CURTIS.) 

THEAKSTON, THEKESTON. THEXTON, of Counties York, 
Westmorland, Lancaster, Notts, Norfolk, Suffolk, Middlesex, 
etc. (Henry THEAKSTON, 42, Stanley, Street, Liverpool.);, 

THEAKSTON, Mrs. Lucv E. Llovd, White Lodge, Llanrhos, near 
Llandudno, North Wales. See LLOYD. 

THOMPSON, John, of Dover, Kent, H\dng 1746. (H. D. HEARN.) 

TIGHE family, of Tipperary, connected with Bowles family 
through marriage, about 1780. (Howard C. MYERS.) 

TILSTON, Edward, gentleman, London ; born about 1791. Who 
was his wife ? His daughter Emma was godchild to Lord 
Nelson. Was he a Cheshire Tilston ? (Lady Clare KING.) 

TOBIN, of Ireland, Bristol, Devon. (Edward Milward Seede 
PARKER.) 

TOD, Henry, W.S., 45, North Castle Street, Edinburgh. 

TOLSON, Legh, Ravensknowle, Huddersfield. See FOSTER. 

TOOTAL, of Wakefield, Horbury, and Barnsley, Yorks. (W. 
1^ Maurice WRIGHT.) 

TORIANO, of India and England. Descendants of a refugee from 
Italy at Reformation. (Sydney Gordon ROBERTS.) 

TOWN, of Thornton-in-Craven, Yorks. (Col. F. W. T. ATTREE.) 

TOWNESEND, Richard ; born 1618-19. Azure a chevron erm ; 
three escallops argent. (Mrs. R. B. TOWNSHEND.) 

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TOWNSHEND, Mrs. R. B., 117. Banburv Road, Oxford. See 
BAKER, TOWNESEND. 

TOWSEY, TOWERSEY, anywhere, but especially Buckingham- 
shire and Wiltshire, 1200 to 1600 a.d. (Francis P. TOWSEY, 
14, Dartmouth Road, Brondesbur3^ London, N.W.) 

TREFFRY, of Cornwall. (Josiah NEWMAN.) 

TREFFRY, Mrs., Place, Fowev ,Cornwall. See ADAMSON, BELL, 
KINGSLEY, MELSOP, MINNITT, NELIGAN. 

TRITTON, Henry and Christopher ; born about 1740, probably 
in Kent. (Miss ESTCOURT-OSWALD.) 

TROBRIDGE, of Trobridge, Devon. (Sir Thomas H. C. TROU- 
BRIDGE, Bart., 48, Great Cumberland Place, London, W.) 
See DAVIS, PATTLE, PRINSEP, SQUINCH. 

TROUBRIDGE, of Devonshire or Somersetshire. Andrew, living 
at Westminster 1702, married Sarah. Who was his father ? 
What was his wife's surname ? (Mrs. Walter GURNEY.) 

TROUTBECK, of Cheshire, Herts, etc., before 1550. (Revd. 
H. L. L. DENNY.) 

TUDOR family. Can give information. (George SHERWOOD.) 

TURNER, S. Hyde, 69, Aldermanbury, London, E.C. See 
MOTTLEY. 

TURTLE, THURKILD, or THIRKETEL, of Antrim, before 
1750- (Joseph F. TURTLE, Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.) 

TYLER, Miss, Hadnoch, Llandaff. See COOPER. 
TYRRELL. (Mrs. Walter GURNEY.) 
UDEN, of Constantine. Cornwall. (W. B. MAYNE.) 

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VALENTINE, of Eccles, Lancashire. (Arthur V. GOUGH, Fence 
Houses, Co. Durham.) 

VANACKER. (Gery MILNER-GIBSON-CULLUiM, F.S.A.) 

VAN HEYTHUYSEN. (Gery MILNER-GIBSON-CULLUM, 
F.S.A.) 

VAUGHAN. Can give information about famihes named 
Vaughan. (G. FOTHERGILL.) 

VAUGHTON (or VOUGHTON), of Warwick and Staffs., 1450- 
1750. (T. A. VAUGHTON, Livery Street, Birmingham.) See 
ASTLEY, GUY, HARMAX. 

VERDON, Theobald, of Co. Louth, Ireland, born 1743, married 
Mary BROOME at Liverpool , 1764. Wc.nted, names of , his 
father and mother. (Francis VERDON, 33, Wetherby 
Mansions, London, S.W.5.) 

VERO or VARRO, of Galway town, i8th century. (Sir Alfred 
IRWIN.) 

VESEY. See HARMAN, alias VESEY. 

VIGNOLES, Frangois la Balme de. Huguenot Officer, appearing 
first in England 1690. Parentage sought ; possiblv la Balme 
family. (Ernest VIGNOLES, Acton Lane Works^ Chiswick, 
London.) 

VINCENT family. Can give information. (George SHERWOOD.) 

VINRACE (VINGRACE, WINGRACE, WINDRAS, WIN- 
GROSE, or, possibly, RINGROSE), James, married Mary 
Tarr, 1732, at Ashbourne, Derbyshire. He of Painters Lane 
and on Bradley Hall estate (query, bailiff), owned by Snow- 
ball. She of Clifton. Any information. (Dr. Dennis VIN- 
RACE, 88a, Gower Street, London, W.C.) 

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WADE, Ann, of Bledlow, Bucks, living 1700. (H. D. HEARN.) 

WAINWRIGHT, Richard, of Wordley, Lanes., admon. 1784; 
married (i) Martha Leigh, who died 1771, daughter of George 
and Martha (Fildes) Leigh ; (2) 1774, Betty Lansdale. (Mrs. 
M. Stanton TAYLOR.) 

WALDEGRAVE, Anthony, of Minster Yard, Peterborough, about 
1710 to 1785. (Thomas PACKER.) 

WALLACE, of Co. Monaghan. (Revd. J. Wallace TAYLOR, 
LL.D.). 

WALLINGFORD town, Berkshire. Can give information about 
WalHngford families. (George SHERWOOD.) 

WALSH, Walter, of Mount Talbot, Roscommon, before 1787. 
(Valentine Hussev WALSH, 10, Avenue Marceau, Paris.) See 
HENLEY, HINCHY, O'CONNOR. 

WARDEN, Miss . . . beheved to have been a relative of Robert 
Warden, C.B., of Portobello, hving 1890, and aunt of Colonel 
Robert Warden Eraser. She married first, (John ?) Moore, 
and secondly, James Grant, Esq. Any information. (Chas. 
S. MOORE.) 

WARLOW, of Pembrokeshire. (G. H. WARLOW, 15, Highlands 
Gardens, Ilford, Essex.) 

WARTON, of Stepney, Yorks. Matthew, born 1728 ; died 1799. 
(Chas. J. HERSEY.) 

WATTS, of Somersetshire. (Philip SAINSBURY.) 

WEAVER, of Moorfield, Salop. (Lieut.-Col. Gardiner Hasell 
HARVEY.) 

WEBB family. Can give information. (George SHERWOOD.) 

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WELLES (Baronial family of), descents from. (E. DWELL Y.) 

WESCOMBE, of West Somerset. (Revd. S. E. DODDERIDGE.) 

WEST, James, drawing master ; married Ann Anderson (or Mus- 
grave), born c. 1801, step-daughter of Musgrave. After- 
wards of Clapham, Surrey, stockbroker ; died \'oung, leaving 
about eight children. Ann, Mrs. West's father and stepfather 
both left her fortunes (dissipated). She kept a school at 
Clapham and died there in 1889, aged 88. Wanted, her and 
his parentage. He was probably a son of James West, of 
Cheltenham, who married Ann Evill at Bath Abbev in 1793, 
(C. W RUSTON-HARRISON.) 

WEST, Samuel, of Newtown-Hamilton, Armagh, Ireland ; born 
1790. (Mrs. M. Stanton TAYLOR.) 

WESTCOMBE, of Devon and Somerset. (Josiah NEWMAN.) 

WESTON, John, of Oxford, about 1690. Parentage desired. 
(Revd. F. H. WESTON, 2, Hanley Terrace, Ramsey, Isle of 
Man.) 

WESTON family. Can give information. (George SHERWOOD.) 

WEYBRET, of London or elsewhere. (Lieut. -Col. Gardiner 
Hasell HARVEY.) 

WEYBURN, generaUy. (Lyon WEYBURN, 53, State Street, 
Boston, Mass., U.S., America.) 

WHITE, of County Waterford ; family h\in g on Townland of 
Dromana, c. 1692. (Col. J. Grove WHITE. Kilbyrne, 
Doneraile. Co. Cork.) See GROVE. 

WHITE, of Northants and Yorks, before 1800. (Thos. Gurney 
STEDMAN.) 

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WHITEHEAD, Canon Thomas ; born 1473, died 1548 ; of Stoke- 
by-Clare, Suffolk. Who was his father ? Interested in 
genealogy generally. (Benjamin WHITEHEAD, 66, Longridge 
Road, Earl's Court, London, S.W.5.) 

WHITTENBURY, of County Tipperary, Ireland. (Howard C. 
MYERS.) 

WILLIAMS, of Wick, Glamorgan, before 1805. (E. DWELLY.) 

WILLIAMS, of Exeter, Lympstone, Devon. (Edward Milward 

Seede PARKER.) 
WHiLIAMSON, Dr. G. C, Burgh House, Hampstead, London, 

N.W. See LETHBRIDGE. 
WILLIAMSON, Daniel, of Liverpool, 1724-1796, and Ripon. 

(Harry W. TEED.) 

WILSON, of Cheshire, Shropshire, before 1588, and Audlem, 
Wrenbury, Cheshire ; younger sons only between 1588-1720. 
(Thomas Needham WHjSON, Harrow Lodge, Bransgore, near 
Christchurch.) See FORDE, FURNIVAL, JOHNSON. \ 

WINCH, of Bray, Berks. (Ernest FRANCIS.) 

WINCH family. Can give information. (George SHERWOOD.) 

WING, of Highworth, Wilts. (Revd. Lawrence J. CHAMBERLEN.) 

WINGRACE, WINDRAS, WINGROSE. See VINRACE. 

WITHERS, of Somerset, especially Taunton. (A. H. WITHERS, 
10, Essex Villas, Kensington, London, W.8.) 

WITTEWRONGE. (Gery MILNER-GIBSON-CULLUM, F.S.A.) 

WOODHOUSE, of Wombourn, Staffs. ; pedigree proved and 
registered at Heralds' College, May, 1914, down to. (Revd. 
Reginald lUingworth WOODHOUSE, Merstham, Surrey.) ; 



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WOODS, of Co. Tipperary and King's County, Ireland. (Howard 
C. MYERS.) 

WOODVILLE, of Cumberland. (C. W. RUSTON-HARRISON.) 

WORSLEY entries and all Essex famiUes. (John W. HOWARTH.) 

WRATHALL, of Wharfedale or elsewhere. (Joseph Hambley 
ROWE.) 

WRIGHT, of Kelvedon Mill, Essex, about 1800. (Stanley 
AUSTIN.) 

WRIGHT, of West Sussex, connected by marriage with Stedman 
family in 1691. (Thos. Gurney STEDMAN.) 

WRIGHT, R. C, North Thoresby S.O., Lines. See KIRKE. 

WRIGHT, of StalHngborough, Lines., 17th century. (W. Maurice 
WRIGHT, Wold Newton Manor, North Thoresby, Lines.) 
See SEARLE, TOOTAL, ZOUCH. 

WYAT, of Hampshire. (Gery MILNER-GIBSON-CULLUM, 
F.S.A.) 

WYATT family. Can give information. (George SHERWOOD.) 

YELVERTON, Hardy, Levy, and John ; three brothers who 

settled in North CaroHna about 1700 ; born in England. (E. H. 

YELVERTON, 18, Cavendish Square, London, W.i.) 

YORKE, of Northants, before 1620. (Miss Mary Kingsbury 
TALCOTT.) 

YOUNG, of Upham, Hants. Wanted, the ancestors of Edward, 
the poet, born 1684. (George MINNS.) 

YOUNG, Sir John. Wanted particulars relating to his family. 
(George MINNS.) 

ZOUCH, of Surrey and Sussex, 17th century, Reading, Sandal, 
Yorks. (W. Maurice WRIGHT.) 

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so that a new method of issue has been adopted. Subscriptions 
are invited to DRAMATIS PERSGN^E at the rate of One Guinea 
per hundred sheets ; Hal£-a-Guinea for 50 ; 5s. 3d. for 25 ; and 
may begin at any time — may be for the Whole Series, or may be 
restricted to any one or more Counties. Sixpence should be added 
in each case for postage and a neat portfolio in which to keep 
them until they are bound. 

GEORGE SHERWOOD, 227, Strand, London, 

W.C.2. 

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Appreciations 



Mr. A. R. Bayley, B.A., F.R.Hist.S., F.S.G. : 

" I like your Dramatis Persons and think it very interesting and 
useful." 

[Mr. Bayley based an article in Notes and Queries on matter 
given in Sheets 233, 234, on " Oxford in the Civil War : Mrs. 
Bambridge's Estate."] 

Mr. A. S. Carter : 

" The Dramatis Persons is most interesting. I am sure all genealo- 
gists, especially amateurs like myself, will feel most grateful to you 
for bringing such a mine of information on the social history of England 
within easy reach. I had no idea these records would give such valuable 
genealogical data. You are certainly to be congratulated for the infinite 
pains and time you have bestowed upon them." 

Mrs. Damant : 

" Your Dramatis Person;e .... What human nature, what peeps 
into history, and what suggestions of old times are here enshrined ! 
The Puritan soldier, who ' had loved Hawking in his day ' ; the poor 
httle drudge of a bride of ten years old ; the dying man who writes 
a verse from the Psalms ; the wary widow who listens at the door while 
the will is made ; the coy maiden who won't wed saps the consent of 
her mother, while her swain wishes her ' good fortune ' and goes his 
way. All these are real bits of life and precious to the reader .... 
this dehcious httle set of genre paintings .... Thank you for the 
pleasure your wonderful sheets have given me. I have seldom been 
so much attracted by any hterary by-way as I am by the one you 
have opened up to us. How very valuable this collection will be to 
people who really care for such priceless results of very hard work such 
as scarce anyone could undertake." 

From Another Correspondent : 

" I find most interesting hard facts that appeal to the phlegmatic 
Saxon, viz. : Ancient verbiage, genealogy, and biographic notes. I am 
not gifted or blessed with the Celtic imagination that can weave out 
of the dust of law courts the ebb and flow of the sands of life's romance, 
but in Dramatis Person/e I find what I can delight in." 

From Mr. Falconer Mad an, M.A., Bodley's Librarian : 

" This venture of yours is a very interesting one, and the idea 

attractive We shall be glad to take [and pay for] what you 

have sent us." 

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Persons named in P.C.C. Wills 
proved A.D. 1750 

(Typewritten Lists.) 

GOOD progress has been made in the work of listing the names 
of persons named in wills as above, and the first year is 
practically finished. The plan is to take all the wills and 
to note the names of all the persons mentioned in them, just as 
they come. The year 1750 to begin with was chosen because it 
was the time of the beginning of much modern migration, so 
baffling to genealogists. Once get the names of the people men- 
tioned in each will Hsted, so that they can easily be " run through " 
by the searcher at home, and at his leisure, much useless wear 
and tear will be saved, and great progress in research will be made. 
To localize the names as much as possible, they are divided 
into " County Groups," so that those interested in a County or 
locaUty need only subscribe for that particular district. 
The County Groups are as follows : — 

I. Durham, Northd., Cumbd., Westmd., Yorks. 
IL Lanes., Cheshire, Derbys., Staffs., Salop, Heref., Wore. 

III. Line, Notts., Leic, Rutland, Warw., Northton. 

IV. Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Herts., Cambs., Huntn. 
V. London, Middx., Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Hants. 

VI. Beds., Berks, Bucks, Oxon., Wilts., Glouc, Mon. 
VII. Devon, Cornw., Somerset, Dorset. 
VIII. Ireland, Scotland, Wales, America, West Indies, etc., 
making the last Group one that takes in all outlying places and 
*' parts beyond the seas " ; places " in partibus transmarinis." 

There is no need to point to the value of wills as genealogical 
and biographical evidence, nor to urge the pressing need of the 

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provision of indexes to their contents. Much has been done to 
make lists of testators ; much renuiins to be done ; but Uttle 
towards listing the names of the persons mentioned in the wills. 
It is practicable to make a search for testators of a certain name, 
but not so for those not of the same surname mentioned as 
legatees and otherwise. Mention of a person in the will of some- 
one of a different surname is often of the utmost value as an 
indication of his place of origin and family connexions. The 
difficult end of the Eighteenth Century is almost become prover- 
bial ; these hsts will improve our knowledge of it. 

All interested in biography and genealogy will be well-wishers 
to the scheme and the typewritten lists will be in constant demand 
by searchers. It is necessary, thereiore, to point out that the 
number of copies struck oft will be limited to the response made 
to this circular. It will be no satisfaction to the promoters to be 
in a position to say, " We are sorry, but all the copies have been 
taken up." 

Please mark the County Group or Groups to which you wish 
to subscribe, sending One Guinea for each. Another copy of this 
circular will be returned to you with the receipt. The Subscrip- 
tion for the whole eight Groups is Eight Guineas, covering 40,000 
names to be taken out ; no more and no less. Thus, each County 
Group approximates 5,000 names, taken just as they come in 
each will, with the testator's name, description, and residence 
given in every case. 

To American Subscribers, a Guinea is $5.12, and is easily 
transmissible by Banker's Draft, payable in London, or by Money 
Order, obtainable at any Post Office. Cheques, etc., should be 
crossed " London and South Western Bank " and made payable 
to George Sherwood, 227, Strand (by Temple Bar), London, 

W.C.2. 

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By post 2s. 7-^d. (63 cents.) los. 6d. per ann. post free ($2.56. 



The 

Pedigree Register 

Quarterly, Imperial 8vo, 2S. 6d. net. 

London : GEORGE SHERWOOD, 227, STRAND, 

(By Temple Bar), W.C.2. 



The Pedigree Register has suspended publication until the cost 
of paper and printing has become once again normal. The issue 
of No. 36, and the Index, completed Volume III and the ninth 
year of publication. A few copies of the bound volumes are still 
on sale at the following priees : 

Vol. I. (1907-10) {2 2 o. 

Vol.11. (1910-13) Out of print. 

Vol. III. (1913-16) li 17 o. 

Copies of most of the single numbers can still be obtained, price 
2s. 6d., by post 2s. 7jd. 

The Pedigree Register prints pedigrees hitherto unpublished, 
pedigree evidence, and other matter of interest to the record- 
searcher and genealogist. Its aim is to preserve from destruction 
and loss family records and family tradition. 

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