William York

(before 1 June 1617 - )
     William York was born before 1 June 1617 in Washingborough, Lincolnshire, England. He was the son of Paul York and Faith Popplewell.

Abigail Young

     Abigail Young married Mervyn Archdall, son of Mervyn Archdall and Mary Dawson, on 25 November 1782 in St Mary, Dublin, Ireland.

Charles Young

     Charles Young married Isabella Hunn, daughter of Frederick Hunn unlinked as yet and Mary Ann White, on 25 July 1842 in Alverstoke, Hampshire.

Dennis Wayne Young

( - 17 May 1993)
     Dennis died on 17 May 1993 in New Zealand.

Edmund Young

     Edmund Young married Ann Hall on 13 April 1600 in Althorpe, Lincolnshire.

George Young

(circa 1848 - )
     George Young was born circa 1848.
Maria Malone married secondly George Young on 13 April 1901 in Mt Mary, South Australia.

Isobel Young

(say 1745 - )
      The Kilmuir Kirk Sessions record that the widow McKenzie, Delny received 8/- p.a. until 1830 from Lady A Stewart's mortification, but again in 1835 received 10/-, 6/- in 1839.. Isobel Young was born say 1745.
Isobel Young married John MacKenzie before 1765.

Children of Isobel Young and John MacKenzie

Jane Young

(circa 1878 - )
     Jane Young was born circa 1878 in Brotton, Yorkshire.
The marriage of Jane Young and George Maurice Frewer, son of James Frewer and Louisa Unknown (Frewer), was registered in Guisborough, Yorkshire, in the June 1907 quarter.
     Jane Young and George Maurice Frewer were recorded on the 1911 census in 61 Bulwer Rd, Upper Edmonton, Edmonton, Middlesex. George Maurice Frewer, Asst schoolmaster, non provided school, 31, born Brandon, wife Jane Frewer, 32 born Brotton, Yks, Jane Deans Frewer, 2, born Brotton, James Young Frewer, Under 1 M, born Edmonton,
James Young, 75, father in law, retired Ironstone Mines cashier, born Newcastle, NBL & Agnes Young, 47, sister in law, born Newcastle.
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Children of Jane Young and George Maurice Frewer

John Young

(before 1530 - )
     John Young was born before 1530 in Sussex.
John Young married Thomasin Kyme on 16 January 1552/53 in Horsham, Sussex.

Sidney Young

( - 1988)
     Sidney was a shopkeeper. He was born in Suffolk, England.
     Sidney died in 1988 in Suffolk.

Doris Edna Yourn

(11 February 1913 - 30 September 2005)
     Doris Edna Yourn was born on 11 February 1913.
Doris Edna Yourn married John Edmond Colbert, son of James Joseph Colbert and Margaret Moseley, in 1936 in Victoria.
     Doris died on 30 September 2005 aged 92.
     Her will was proved on 6 December 2005 at Victoria.

Child of Doris Edna Yourn and John Edmond Colbert

Gwenllian ferch Yr Arglwydd Rhys

     Gwenllian ferch Yr Arglwydd Rhys was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Yr Arglwydd Rhys ap Gruffudd and Gwenllian ferch Madog.

Child of Gwenllian ferch Yr Arglwydd Rhys

Henrietta Zabel

(20 September 1903 - )
      Olive Gorham remembers her as being very pretty and artistic. Her second
husband Elzie worked in the movies and was a double for either Harold Lloyd or
Charlie Chaplain, and also worked in the Disney studios. As a child Olive was
impressed by his rope tricks, etc. He died when the boys were quite small.
During her third marriage they lived in San Jose where they had quite a struggle and the youngest son died. Henrietta lost her mind and died in a
mental hospital there. By this time George had gone into the Navy and the two Tope boys were taken by their grandmother Tope. They lost track of the Draperson until recently when the Tope boys located him.
     Henrietta died in San Jose, California, USA. Henrietta Zabel was also known as Margaret in records. She was born on 20 September 1903 in Petaluma, California, USA. The couple had a son, George Eberhard Posner, born August 11, 1921 in Alameda County, California.. She was the daughter of Henry E Zabel and Margaret Leona Ross.
Henrietta Zabel married Davd T Posner on 10 July 1920 in Santa Ana, California.
Leo Elzie Tope married secondly Henrietta Zabel circa 1924. He had married Frances Floteal Rood in Crenston, Iowa on September 16, 1920.
     Henrietta Zabel and Leo Elzie Tope were recorded in 1930 census in 5127 Clinton St, Los Angeles, California. Leo P Tope, age 29, born in Iowa, sound engineer for motion pictures, lived with wife Margaret, age 25, born in California, and sons George, 8 and Leo, Jr., six months old. It seems that Henrietta Zabel started to use what I suppose was her middle name (from his mother Margaret?). According to the 1930 Census Leo and Margaret were married about 1924. Henrietta Zabel was widowed on 27 March 1937 on the death of her husband Leo Elzie Tope.
     Henrietta Zabel married Milton Crawford Draper as her third husband, before 1938. The 1940 US Census shows the Draper family living in San Jose’, California. The family was composed by M. C. Draper, age 30, born in Texas, automobile salesman, wife Margaret, age 34, born in California, sons ‘Henry’, 2 and Paul, two months old, and foster sons Lee Tope, age 10, and Douglas Tope, age 8.
The youngest son Paul Milton Draper was born August 29, 1939 in San Jose and died there July 17, 1941.
The California Death record for Henrietta Zabel is referred to Margaret Draper, deceased January 14, 1947; parents’ surnames are signed as Zabel and Ross.

Child of Henrietta Zabel and Davd T Posner

Child of Henrietta Zabel and Milton Crawford Draper

Henry E Zabel

     Henry E Zabel married Margaret Leona Ross, daughter of Gilbert MacMillan Ross and Ellen L Ward.

Children of Henry E Zabel and Margaret Leona Ross

Henry Eugene Zabel

(4 June 1905 - )
     Henry Eugene Zabel was commonly known as Hank. He was born on 4 June 1905 in San Francisco, California, USA. He was the son of Henry E Zabel and Margaret Leona Ross.
Henry Eugene Zabel married Catherine Edmondson on 30 November 1934.
     Henry was an electrician. He joined the US Navy as soon as he was old enough, spending most of his time in China and learning the electrician trade. He married after his discharge and lived in the Los Angeles area. He then worked as an electrician in the Disney studios and wired several exibits in Disneyland California and Florida.
After his retirement they lived in Washington and later moved to Onida, South Dakota to be near their daughter Nancy and their two grandchildren and their families. Catherine died a few years ago.
     Henry resided at Onida, South Dakota, USA, 1992.

Lucy Elizabeth Zouch

(circa 1841 - )
     Lucy Elizabeth Zouch was born circa 1841 in Burton ...., Middlesex, England.
Lucy Elizabeth Zouch married Robert Mackglew, son of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson, on 26 September 1863 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex.
     Lucy Elizabeth Zouch and Robert Mackglew were recorded on the 1871 census in Warwick Villa, 32 Shepherd Lane?, Hackney. Robert McGlew, head, aged 36, commercial clerk to Colonial broker, born Clapham, Surrey, with his wife Lucy Elizabeth, aged 30, born Burton/Barton ... Mdx, children Lucy Mary aged 7 born Dalston, Mdx; Kate aged 5 born Dalston; Robert aged 2, born Hackney.

Children of Lucy Elizabeth Zouch and Robert Mackglew

William Henry de Zuylestein Earl of Rochford

(May 1645 - 2 July 1708)
     William Henry de Zuylestein Earl of Rochford was born in May 1645 in Zuylestein, near Utrecht, the Netherlands?. He was the son and heir of Frederick van Nassau, Lord of Zuylestein (by his wife Mary Killigrew, daughter of Sir William Killigrew), illegitimate son of Frederick Henry of Nassau, Prince of Orange, the grandfather of William III, King of England. He was the son of Frederick de Nassau General Zuylestein and Mary Killigrew. William Henry de Zuylestein Earl of Rochford was christened on 7 October 1649.
He entered the Dutch Cavalry 1672; and succeeded his father as Lord of Zuylestein the same year; Envoy to England from the Netherlands 1687 and 1688; Maj General in the Dutch Army 1688; accompanied his cousin the Prince of Orange to England in 1688 and naturalised 1689; Master of the Robes 1689-95; Lieut General in the English Army 1690 serving in Ireland and Flanders; wounded and taken prisoner at the Battle of Landen 1693; granted a pension of £1,000 1695 and 30,512 acres of land in Ireland 1698; Col of a Regiment of Dutch Guards 1700. He was a confidential friend of William III.
William Henry de Zuylestein Earl of Rochford married Jane Wroth on 28 January 1681. She was the daughter and heiress of Sir Henry Wroth, of Durants, Enfield, co. Mdx, by whom he had 4 sons and 5 daughters. William was created Baron of Enfield, Viscount Tunbridge, and Earl of Rochford. The line became extinct on 3 Sep 1830 on 10 May 1695.
     William died on 2 July 1708 in Zuylestein, near Utrecht , aged 63.

Children of William Henry de Zuylestein Earl of Rochford