Sir Thomas Boyd

(circa 1370 - 7 July 1432)
     Sir Thomas Boyd was born circa 1370. He was the son of Sir Robert Boyd and Margaret Gifford.
     He was pardoned in 1409 for slaying a personal foe.
     He was a hostage for King James I's ransom
Thomas Boyd, 4th of Kilmarnock (b. ca. 1370, living 1425. He possibly married a daughter of Robert, Duke of Albany (son of King Robert II).
     Sir Thomas Boyd lived at Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.
     Thomas died on 7 July 1432.

Child of Sir Thomas Boyd and Joan Montgomery

Child of Sir Thomas Boyd

Sir Thomas Boyd

( - 7 July 1439)
     Sir Thomas Boyd was the son of Sir Thomas Boyd.
     Sir Thomas Boyd married Joan Montgomery, daughter of Sir John Montgomery (of Ardrossan) and Margaret Maxwell. She was the daughter of Sir John Montgomerie of Ardrossan.
     Thomas died on 7 July 1439. He was killed by Sir Alan Stewart pf Darnley in a feud,for which he was himself slain in revenge 'with manie valient men' by Darnley's brother on 9 July 1439.

Children of Sir Thomas Boyd

Sir Thomas Boyd

     Sir Thomas Boyd was born in Bedlay, Kirkintilloch, Dunbartonshire, Scotland.
     He was possibly the Sir Thomas Boyd of Ayrshire (or his father) who held lands in Strabane, co. Tyrone in the plantation of Ireland. His proportion of Shean lay immediately to the west of the proportion of Strabane and comprised the temporal lands in the parish of Urney. By 1613 Abercorn had taken control of Shean. These lands were transferred to his brother-in-law James Hamilton.. He was the son of Thomas Boyd 6th Lord Boyd and Margaret Campbell.

Thomas Boyd (of Pitcon)

( - 1547)
     Thomas Boyd (of Pitcon) was the son of Alexander Boyd (3rd Lord) and Janet Colville.
     Thomas died in 1547. He was of Pitcon and was ancestor of the Boyds of Pitcon.

Thomas Boyd 6th Lord Boyd

( - June 1611)
     Thomas was a Privy Counsellor.
     Thomas Boyd 6th Lord Boyd married Margaret Campbell, daughter of Sir Matthew Campbell. Thomas Boyd 6th Lord Boyd was the son of Robert Boyd 5th Lord Boyd and Margaret Colquhoun.
     He fought with his father for Queen Mary at Langside.
     In 1591 he was put to the horn as an outlaw for rebellion, but was soon pardoned.
     Thomas died in June 1611. He was succeeded by his grandson.
     By 1613 the Earl had acquired the proportion of Shen bordering on the Strabane proportion, which had originally been granted to his brother-in-law, Sir Thomas Boyd.

Thomas Boyd Earl of Arran

( - 1476)
     Thomas Boyd Earl of Arran was born in Scotland. Eldest son of Robert, Lord Boyd, on his marriage with Mary, eldest daughter of King James II, obtained the Isle of Arran, and other lands, and was created Earl of Arran, as appears from a charter 26 April 1467. He was later attainted and forfeited in in 1469, and he died soon afterwards. He was the son of Lord Robert Boyd and Mariota or Janet Maxwell. Thomas 'The most courteous, gentlest, wisest, kindest, most bounteous knight' and 'fairest archer, devoutest, most perfect, and truest to he lady' was created an Earl whild still Master of Boyd. He was attainted with his father and d.v.p. in the service of Charles the Bold of Burgundy on 26 April 1467.
     Thomas Boyd Earl of Arran married Princess Mary Stewart, daughter of James, II, King of Scotland and Mary of Gueldres Queen of Scotland, in 1469. The marriage was declared null and void and she was compelled to marry James, Lord Hamilton. Thomas was granted a divorce from Princess Mary Stewart before 1474.
     Thomas died in 1476 in Antwerp, Belgium.

Children of Thomas Boyd Earl of Arran and Princess Mary Stewart

William Boyd Abbot of Kilwinning

     William Boyd Abbot of Kilwinning was the son of Sir Thomas Boyd and Joan Montgomery.

Charles Boyle

(1645 - )
     Charles Boyle was born in 1645 in Shannonpark, Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Hon. Francis Boyle Viscount Shannon and Elizabeth Killigrew.

Charles Boyle

(after 1675/76 - )
     Charles Boyle was born after 1675/76. He was the son of Richard Boyle.

Charlotte Jemima Henrietta Maria Boyle Countess of Yarmouth

(circa 1650 - 28 July 1684)
     Charlotte became Countess of Yarmouth. She was born illegitimate circa 1650 in Soho, Westminster. She was the daughter of King Charles II and Elizabeth Killigrew.. She was the daughter of Elizabeth Killigrew.
     Charlotte Jemima Henrietta Maria Boyle Countess of Yarmouth married James Howard on 9 March 1662/63 in Hounslow, Middlesex.
     Charlotte Jemima Henrietta Maria Boyle Countess of Yarmouth married William Paston 2nd Earl of Yarmouth as her second husband, on 17 July 1672. He was the Hon William Paston, afterwards 2nd Earl of Yarmouth.
     Charlotte died on 28 July 1684 in London, England. She was buried on 4 August 1684 in Westminster Abbey.

Child of Charlotte Jemima Henrietta Maria Boyle Countess of Yarmouth and James Howard

Children of Charlotte Jemima Henrietta Maria Boyle Countess of Yarmouth and William Paston 2nd Earl of Yarmouth

Constance Beryl Bertha Boyle

(31 March 1882 - 3 February 1965)
     Constance Beryl Bertha Boyle was born on 31 March 1882 in England?. She was the daughter of Sir Edward Boyle, Kt,1st Baronet of Oakham, Salehurst, Sussex.
     Constance Beryl Bertha Boyle married Captain George Crosby Halahan, son of Capt Samuel Handy Halahan and Hannah Croucher Engeham, on 4 October 1905 in All Saints, Ennismore Gardens, London. On the 4th Oct, at All Saints, Ennismore gardens, SW, by the Rev J H Light, vicar of Great Marlow, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev J Blair and the Rev W R Inge, vicar of the parish, George Crosby Halahan, son the late Col. Halahan of Chiddingfield, Sussex, to Constance Beryl Bertha, daughter of Sir Edward Boyle, Bart, KC.
     Constance Beryl Bertha Boyle lived at 4 Queens Gate, London, 1936.
     Constance died on 3 February 1965 aged 82. She was buried on 16 February 1965 in Salehurst church, Robertsbridge, Sussex.

Children of Constance Beryl Bertha Boyle and Captain George Crosby Halahan

Elizabeth Boyle

(1647 - )
     Elizabeth Boyle was born in 1647 in Shannonpark, Cork, Ireland. She was the daughter of Hon. Francis Boyle Viscount Shannon and Elizabeth Killigrew.

Elizabeth Boyle

(after 1675 - )
     Elizabeth Boyle was born after 1675 in Ireland?. She married Joseph Jephson, MP. She was the daughter of Richard Boyle.

Hon. Francis Boyle Viscount Shannon

(25 June 1623 - before 19 April 1699)
     Hon. Francis Boyle Viscount Shannon was born on 25 June 1623 in Ballinrea, Carragaline, Cork, Ireland. He was the 4th son of Richard, 1st Earl of Cork, who was created Viscount Shannon in 1660.
     Hon. Francis Boyle Viscount Shannon married Elizabeth Killigrew, daughter of Sir Robert Killigrew and Mary Woodhouse, on 24 October 1638 in Whitehall, London, Westminster. His sister Mry Boyle (the future Countess of Warwick) wrote: My brother being then judged too young to live with his wife, was a day or two after celebrating the marriage (which was done before the King and Queen) at Whitehall (she having been maid of honour to the Queen) sent into France to travel, and his wife then brought home to our house...
Francis returned from his travels several years later and he & Elizabeth had several children. Later sill the family joined Charles II in exile, and Elizabeth became the second mistress of that young libertine
. Francis was created Viscount Shannon by King Charles II in 1660.
     Francis died before 19 April 1699 in Cork, Ireland. He was buried on 19 April 1699 in St Mary's Collegiate Church, Youghal, Cork.

Children of Hon. Francis Boyle Viscount Shannon and Elizabeth Killigrew

Grace Boyle

     Grace Boyle was born in Ireland?. She had no issue. She was the daughter of Richard Boyle 2nd Viscount Shannon.

Richard Boyle

(1643 - )
     Richard Boyle was born in 1643 in Shannonpark, Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Hon. Francis Boyle Viscount Shannon and Elizabeth Killigrew.
     Richard Boyle married Elizabeth Ponsonby on 7 September 1668 in Cork, Ireland.
     Richard died. He predeaced his father, leaving 3 sons and a daughter.

Children of Richard Boyle

Richard Boyle 2nd Viscount Shannon

(circa 1676 - 20 December 1740)
     Richard Boyle 2nd Viscount Shannon was born circa 1676. He was the son of Richard Boyle.
     He served as a Field-Marshall.
     Richard died on 20 December 1740.

Child of Richard Boyle 2nd Viscount Shannon

(?) Brabbin

     (?) Brabbin married Thomas Bowker, son of Thomas Bowker.

Child of (?) Brabbin and Thomas Bowker

Mary Brabrook

(circa 1740 - before 7 November 1817)
     Mary Brabrook was also known as Bradbrook in records. She was born circa 1740.
     Mary Brabrook married Robert Wilkin, son of Richard Wilkin and Elizabeth Tarney, on 12 October 1760 in Hessett, Suffolk.
     Mary died and was buried on 7 November 1817 in Hessett.

Children of Mary Brabrook and Robert Wilkin

Elizabeth Brace

(circa 1829 - )
     Elizabeth died in New South Wales, Australia. She was born circa 1829 in Roxdown, Bedfordshire, England. She was aged 26 in 1855..
     Elizabeth Brace married Charles Colbert on 15 November 1850 in Eaton Socon, St Neots RD, Bedfordshire, England.
     Elizabeth Brace and Charles Colbert arrived per "Bengal" on 13 March 1855 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He was aged 25, farm labourer, Wesleyan, no relations in the colony, from St Neots, Hunts; she was 26 from Bedford.

Children of Elizabeth Brace and Charles Colbert

Anne Bracken

(circa 1800 - )
     Anne Bracken was born circa 1800.
     Anne Bracken married John Handy on 11 September 1818 in Mullingar, Westmeath, Ireland.

Child of Anne Bracken and John Handy

Bridget Bracken

(circa 1904 - )
     Bridget Bracken was born circa 1904 in Ireland.
     Bridget Bracken married Joseph Handy, son of William Handy and Margaret Kenny, on 25 November 1935 in the RC church, Killina, Tullamore, Offaly. Joseph Handy 47, bachelor, mill operative of Clara, son of William Handy, farmer, to, Brigid Bracken, 31, spinster, farmer, of The Island, daughter of Michael Bracken, farmer. Witnesses were Martin Handy & Annie Bracken.

Children of Bridget Bracken and Joseph Handy

Mary Bracken

(circa 1868 - 26 January 1957)
     Mary Bracken was born circa 1868 in Offaly.
     Mary Bracken married Andrew Handy, son of William Handy and Margaret Kenny, on 15 August 1890 in Killina RC chapel, Tullamore or Killoughy, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. Andrew Handy, labourer of Clara, son of William Handy, labourer, to Mary Bracken of Clonshanny, daughter of John Bracken, labourer, at Killina church, both of full age.
     Mary Bracken and Andrew Handy appeared on the 1901 census in Clonshanny, Bawn, Offaly. Handy Andrew 32, Head, Roman Catholic, born Kings Co ,Spinner at Factory, Read and write; his wife Handy Mary 32, Roman Catholic, born Kings Co - Read and write - children Handy, Mary 11 Daughter Roman Catholic Kings Co Scholar Read and write - Handy Margaret 7 Daughter Roman Catholic Kings Co Scholar Read and write - Handy Bridget 3 Daughter Roman Catholic Kings Co - Handy Susan 1 Daughter Roman Catholic, born Kings Co.
     Mary Bracken and Andrew Handy appeared on the 1911 census in Clonshanny, Rahan, Offaly. Andrew Handy, 43, jute spinner, born King's Co; his wife Mary 43; they were married for 21 years and had 9 children - 8 living; Mary 20, parlour maid, domestic servant, Margaret 16, Bridget 13, Susan 12, Elizabeth 9, Wiliam 7, Anne Frances 4, John under one year (all able to read & write except Ann & John, and born in King's county), living in a 3 roomed house.
Mary 34 & Margaret 20 were also listed separately working in a dairy
.
     Mary died Mary Handy, married, aged 88, housewife - informant Elizabeth Handy, daughter of Closhanny. on 26 January 1957 in Clonshanny, Clara, Offaly.

Children of Mary Bracken and Andrew Handy

William Bradbridge

( - 1545)
     William Bradbridge was born in Singleton, Sussex, England.
     William Bradbridge married Elizabeth Homewood, daughter of James Homewood and Olive Arlote, after 1528 in Sussex, England. He had married firstly Alice who died before October 1544 and was buried in the cathedral..
     He was Mayor of Chichester.
     William died in 1545 in Chichester, Sussex. Died 1456 and was buried in Chichester cathedral. However his will was dated 9 October 1544, and proved 4 February 1544/5 at Chichester 4.90b & 6.16.

Amanda Joy Bradbury

(8 September 1966 - 22 June 1969)
     Amanda Joy Bradbury was born on 8 September 1966 in Mt Isa, Queensland.
     Amanda died of measles on 22 June 1969 in Mt Isa, Queensland, aged 2.

Samuel Bradbury

     Samuel Bradbury married Sarah Stanser, daughter of Matthew Stanser and Mary Cook, on 16 May 1831 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. She may have been the Whiston Sarah.
     Samuel Bradbury and Sarah Stanser appeared on the 1841 census in Darfield, Yorkshire. Samuel Bradbury 50, coachman, not born in the county, Sarah Bradbury 33, Thomas Bradbury 10, Mary Bradbury 5, all born in the county.

Charles Joseph or William Richard Bradley or Simpson

     The marriage of Charles Joseph or William Richard Bradley or Simpson and Ada De Lessert, daughter of Robert Killigrew De Lessert and Elizabeth Farmer, was registered in Coventry RD, Warwickshire, in the March 1904 quarter.

Ann Bradley

(before 1595 - )
     Ann Bradley was born before 1595.
     Ann Bradley married Ralph Steer, son of Unknown Steer, on 27 July 1615 in Darley, Derbyshire.

Clement Henry Burton Bradley

(1883 - )
     Clement Henry Burton Bradley was born in 1883 in St Leonard's district, New South Wales, Australia. He was the son of Henry Houghton Burton Bradley and Isabella Rae Abercrombie.

Constance Muriel Burton Bradley

(30 October 1908 - 15 April 1975)
     Constance Muriel Burton Bradley was born on 30 October 1908 in Rotarua or Waitakere, New Zealand. Her birth was registered in 1900 but family paper give 1908. She was the daughter of Prowett Burton Bradley and Muriel Hungerford.
     Constance Muriel Burton Bradley married Evan Mylor Evans, son of John Evans and Eleanor Lucy Whitty, in 1933.
     Constance died on 15 April 1975 in Victoria, Australia, aged 66. She was buried in Whitfield.