Edith Mary Chavasse

(26 August 1886 - )
     Edith Mary Chavasse was born on 26 August 1886 in St Peter's Rectory, New-in-Hall St, Oxford, England. Possibly Edith Marjorie?. She was christened in St Peter-le-Bailey, Oxford. She was the daughter of Bishop Francis James Chavasse and Edith Jane Maude. Dorothea, Christopher, Noel, Edith, Mary and Francis were listed as the children of Bishop Francis James Chavasse in the 1891 census in 'Wycliffe Lodge' 52 Banbury? Rd, Oxford, St Giles.

Francis Bernard Chavasse

(2 December 1889 - 1941)
     Francis Bernard Chavasse was commonly known as Bernard. He was born on 2 December 1889 in Wycliffe Hall Lodge, Oxford, Oxfordshire. He was the son of Bishop Francis James Chavasse and Edith Jane Maude. Francis Bernard Chavasse was christened in St Peter-le-Bailey, Oxford. Dorothea, Christopher, Noel, Edith, Mary and Francis were listed as the children of Bishop Francis James Chavasse in the 1891 census in 'Wycliffe Lodge' 52 Banbury? Rd, Oxford, St Giles. Francis was a doctor from 1915. He was at Balliol College, Oxford, and Liverpool Hospital. Theo Williams
Scholar in Human Anatomy in 1911, and Physiology 1911, Brakenbury Exhibitioner, Balliol College 1911, B.A. (1st Class Physiology) 1912, Derby Exhibition in Clinical Medicine 1915, University Exhibition in Clinical Surgery 1915, M.A., B.M., B.Ch. 1919, D.M. 1920. He was MRCS (England) LRCP (London) 1915, MRCP (London) 1920, Diploma in Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery 1921, FRCP 1927, FRS Med. He served in the War, and was temporary Captain, RAMC (T), 1 May 1916 (M.C. 1917). Became Hon. Pathologist at the Liverpool Eye & Ear Infirmary, and was later surgeon in the Eye Dept there. Lecturer on Ophthalmology at Liverpool University. Author of several medical books.
     Francis Bernard Chavasse married Anita Reeves on 3 July 1923 in Hornby, Lancashire. Or 23rd?.
     Francis Bernard Chavasse lived at 28 Rodney St, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, 1928.
     Francis Bernard Chavasse lived at Liverpool, Lancashire, 1939.
     Francis died in 1941. See http://bjo.bmj.com/content/25/9/458.extractfor an obituary in the British journal of Ophthalmology 1941;25:458-460 doi:10.1136/bjo.25.9.458.

Bishop Francis James Chavasse

(27 September 1846 - 11 March 1928)
     Bishop Francis James Chavasse was also known as Francis John in records. He was born on 27 September 1846 in Wylde Green House, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire, England. Francis was a clergyman.
     Bishop Francis James Chavasse married Edith Jane Maude, daughter of Rev Joseph Maude and Mary Fawler Hooper, on 27 September 1881 in Overton, Flintshire, Wales.
     Wikipedia states: After serving in parishes in Preston, London and Oxford, he was principal of the evangelical theological college Wycliffe Hall, Oxford for 11 years from 1889.
     Bishop Francis James Chavasse and Edith Jane Maude appeared on the 1891 census in 'Wycliffe Lodge' 52 Banbury? Rd, Oxford, St Giles. Francis Chavasse, head, 44, clerk in Holy Orders, born Birmingham, Warwickshire; his wife Edith J, aged 40, born Newport, Isle of Wight; and children Dorothea 8, Christopher M 6, Noel G 6, Edith M 4, Mary L 4, Francis B 1, all born at Oxford; with a governess and five servants.
     In 1900 he was appointed Bishop of Liverpool, the second incumbent of the post. He held it from 1900 to 1923, during which time he was instrumental in the commissioning and the early phases of construction of Liverpool Cathedral.A lifelong member of the evangelical wing of the Church of England, Chavasse strove to unite all strands of Anglicanism, and was widely accepted by members of the High Church within his diocese.
     After retiring from the bishopric in 1923, Chavasse returned to Oxford, where he was the guiding spirit of the establishment of a new academic institution admitting undergraduates of modest means. This opened in 1929, a year after his death, as St Peter's Hall, and was later given full collegiate status as St Peter's College.
     Francis died on 11 March 1928 in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, aged 81. Dr Francis John Chavasse , Bishop of Liverpool. Father of Rev C M Chavasse, Rector of St Aldates. Obituary. Oxford Journal Illustrated, 14.3.1928. p.4d, 9a; Oxford Journal Illustrated, 21.3.1928. p.4c, 9. He was buried in Founder's Plot, Liverpool Cathedral, Lancashire, England. See [ITAL:]http://www.britishpathe.com/record.php?id=16050[:ITAL] for a newsreel of his funeral.

Children of Bishop Francis James Chavasse and Edith Jane Maude

Mary Laeta Chavasse

(26 August 1886 - before 10 March 1989)
     Mary Laeta Chavasse was born on 26 August 1886 in St Peter's Rectory, New-in-Hall St, Oxford, Oxfordshire. She was christened in St Peter-le-Bailey, Oxford. She was the daughter of Bishop Francis James Chavasse and Edith Jane Maude. Dorothea, Christopher, Noel, Edith, Mary and Francis were listed as the children of Bishop Francis James Chavasse in the 1891 census in 'Wycliffe Lodge' 52 Banbury? Rd, Oxford, St Giles.
     Mary died before 10 March 1989 in Oxfordshire?. Miss Mary Chavasse, Centenarian twin, born in Oxford, daughter of Rev Francis Chavasse. Obituary. Oxford Times, 10.3.1989. p.2. .

Lt Noel Godfrey Chavasse

(9 November 1884 - 4 August 1917)
     Lt Noel Godfrey Chavasse was born on 9 November 1884 in St Peter's Rectory, New-in-Hall St, Oxford. He was christened in St Peter-le-Bailey, Oxford. He was the son of Bishop Francis James Chavasse and Edith Jane Maude. Dorothea, Christopher, Noel, Edith, Mary and Francis were listed as the children of Bishop Francis James Chavasse in the 1891 census in 'Wycliffe Lodge' 52 Banbury? Rd, Oxford, St Giles.
     Noel matriculated at Trinity College, Oxford University, in 1908. B.A. 1908 (1st Class Physiology), M.A. 1911, B. Ch. 1912.
     Captain Noel Godfrey Chavasse VC & Bar, MC was a British medical doctor and British Army officer who is one of only three people to be awarded a Victoria Cross twice. The battlefield of Mametz was to see acts of heroism by Captain Chavasse, the only man to be awarded the Victoria Cross twice during the First World War. In 1916, Chavasse was hit by shell splinters while rescuing men in no-man's land. It is said he got as close as 25 yards from the German line, where he found three men and continued throughout the night under a constant rain of sniper bullets and bombing. He performed similar heroics in the offensive at Passchendaele to gain a second VC and become the most highly decorated British serviceman in the war. Although operated upon, he was to die of his wounds two days later in 1917.
     Noel died on 4 August 1917 in Belgium aged 32. He was Lieutenant RAMC (TF) 2 June 1913, attached to the Kings Liverpool Regiment, and served in the War, Captain 1 April 1915 (V.C. and Bar, M.C.)
Noel Chavasse. Winner of the Victoria Cross in the First World War. Twin brother of CM Chavasse. Died 1917. Gallantry recalled. Oxford Times, 12.3.1982. p.11. . He was buried in Brandoek Military cemetery, Poperinghe, Belgium.

Noel Willink Chavasse

(11 April 1920 - )
     Noel Willink Chavasse was born on 11 April 1920. He was the son of Christopher Maude Chavasse and Beatrice Cropper. Noel Willink Chavasse was christened in St George's, Barrow in Furness, Lancashire.

Agnes Cheadle

     Agnes Cheadle married Sir Richard Bulkeley (of Cheadle) in 1307. She was the daughter of Roger Cheadle of Cheadle.

George Cheavely

     George Cheavely married Mary Unknown (Cocksedge) (Cheavely) on 3 April 1735 in Rougham.

Beatrice Ellen Cheeseman

(September 1901 - 1985)
     Beatrice Ellen Cheeseman's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1901 in Glanford Brigg, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Henry Cheeseman and Beatrice Annie Sleddon. Beatrice Ellen Cheeseman was also known as Cheesman in records.
     Beatrice Ellen Cheeseman married Albert Sissons Dawson in 1921.
     Beatrice Ellen Cheeseman lived, 1982.
     Beatrice died in 1985 in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire.

Children of Beatrice Ellen Cheeseman and Albert Sissons Dawson

Henry Cheeseman

     Henry Cheeseman was born. He was a Messingham butcher and pig jobber.
     The marriage of Henry Cheeseman and Beatrice Annie Sleddon, daughter of James Alexander Sleddon and Ann Rebecca Popplewell, was registered in Sculcoates RD, Lincolnshire, in the September 1900 quarter.

Children of Henry Cheeseman and Beatrice Annie Sleddon

James Alexander Cheeseman

(December 1902 - )
     James Alexander Cheeseman's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1902 in Glanford Brigg RD, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Henry Cheeseman and Beatrice Annie Sleddon.

Alice Cheesman

(before 1575 - before 14 January 1629/30)
     Alice Cheesman was also known as Alice Shepheard in records. There is no sign of an Alice marrying a Cheesman in extant Sussex records. She was born before 1575 in Sussex?. New Shoreham baptisms include 1587 - Mary, daughter of Thomas Chisman; 1591 - Mary, daughter of Richard; 1592 - Lawrence, son of Thomas; 1600 - Sarah, daughter of Thomas. As of 1594, Alice Cheesman was also known as Chisman in records.
     Alice Cheesman married Capt Richard Poole as his second wife, on 24 January 1593/94 in St Mary le Haura, New Shoreham, Sussex. His second wife was called Alice Shepheard in The Genealogist V p.115 and "Cheeseman" in the Sussex Visitation of 1662 and Richards in the IGI.
     Alice died before 14 January 1629/30 in New Shoreham, Sussex. She was buried on 14 January 1629/30 in St Mary le Haura, New Shoreham.

Child of Alice Cheesman and Capt Richard Poole

Catherine Chesman

(2 January 1729 - 4 January 1729)
     Catherine Chesman was christened on 2 January 1729 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Vincent Chesman and Susanna Popplewell.
     Catherine was buried on 4 January 1729 in Belton, LIN. Katherina, daughter of Vincentii & Susanae Chesman.

Joseph Chesman

(circa 1755 - )
     Joseph Chesman was born circa 1755 in Owston, Lincolnshire.
     Joseph Chesman married Mary Popplewell, daughter of John Popplewell and Ann Glew, on 26 August 1782 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was of Owston..

Vincent Chesman

(22 May 1702 - )
     Vincent Chesman was christened on 22 May 1702 in Belton, Lincolnshire. Vincentus, filius Vincentii & Dorothae..
     Vincent Chesman married Susanna Popplewell, daughter of John Popplewell and Susanna Alliston, on 1 June 1727 in Belton, LIN.

Child of Vincent Chesman and Susanna Popplewell

Matilda de Chesney

(say 1145 - after 1185)
     Matilda de Chesney was born say 1145 in England. Daughter of William de Caisneto Lord of Cavenby, Lincs.
Daughter of William de Chesneto, Lord Caverly.
Farrer Vol 3 pp 227-233: Some parts of the lands in Heyford Warin & Whitchurch were held by Ralph de Chesney in 1166 ... the descended to Henry FitzGerold the chamberlain by his marriage to Matilda de Chesney. Implies Matilda daughter of Hugh by a first marriage. Land in Campton Beds held by Matilda de Chesney in 1176 & 1185. Many charters cited mentioning Matilda and her sons - pardons for murder etc..
     Matilda de Chesney married Henry FitzGerald, son of Ralph FitzGerald, before 1166.
     Matilda died after 1185.

Children of Matilda de Chesney and Henry FitzGerald

Edith May Chew

     Edith May Chew married Julius Besnard Phillips, son of Edward Augustus Phillips and Ellen Besnard, on 28 November 1900. Edith May Chew and Julius Besnard Phillips were divorced in November 1918 in Sydney, New South Wales. In the Sydney Divorce Court on Monday morning, Edith May Phillips (formerly Chew), a young woman, sought a dissolution of her marriage with Julius Bernard Phillips, commission agent, of Young, on the ground of his alleged
misconduct with one Millie Armfield, at the Hotel Sydney, Pitt-street, Sydney; at Cronulla, and other places. The parties were married at Monteagle on November 28, 1900. Petitioner said that last year she discovered her husband was going about with another woman, and when she taxed him with it he admitted that he had been paying attention to Miss Millie Armfield, but promised to give her up, and have no further communication with her. Upon the strength of that promise she forgave him, and returned to live with him. Very soon she discovered that her husband was still cor-
responding with Miss Armfield, and eventually He told her that he never had any intention of giving up the woman.
Cecil Cook, private inquiry agent, gave evidence that he had seen respondent meet Miss Armfield outside Farmer's, in Pitt-street, Sydney, where, witness said, she was employed in the corset department, and go with her to the
Hotel Sydney, where they were seen together in a room. Witness also saw them together at a cottage at Cronulla. This was in January last. Ernest Vane, private inquiry agent, said that in April last he was engaged to watch respondent and Miss Armfield. He saw the latter arrive at Circular Quay by the Cremorne boat at 9 a.m., and go to Rawson Place, where she met respondent. They went into the Prince of Wales Hotel, where they remained all day, only coming out for lunch. Witness saw them together at the same hotel on other occasions.
His Honor granted a decrea nisi, returnable in six months..

John Cheynduit

     John Cheynduit married Joan Berkeley, daughter of Benedict Berkeley.

Child of John Cheynduit and Joan Berkeley

John Cheynduit

( - circa 1427)
     John Cheynduit was the son of John Cheynduit and Joan Berkeley.
     John died circa 1427. He was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held 6 Hen VI (1427).

Mariotta de Cheyne

     Mariotta de Cheyne was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of Sir Reginald de Cheyne (? or Ronald & Helen le Chien, of Strathearn).
     Mariotta de Cheyne married John Keith (1st of Inverugie), son of Sir Edward de Keith, circa 1368.

Elizabeth? Cheyne

(1789 - )
     Elizabeth? Cheyne was born in 1789. She was the daughter of Lt John Cheyne and Ann Rawson. Elizabeth? Cheyne was christened on 10 April 1790 in Moresby, Cumberland.

John Cheyne

(8 August 1797 - )
     John Cheyne was born on 8 August 1797 in Liverpool, Lancashire. He was the son of Lt John Cheyne and Ann Rawson. John Cheyne was christened on 11 October 1797 in St Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire.

Lt John Cheyne

     John served in the Royal Navy was a Lieutenant.
     Lt John Cheyne married Ann Rawson, daughter of Benjamin Rawson and Ann Steer.

Children of Lt John Cheyne and Ann Rawson

William Steer Cheyne

(15 December 1793 - )
     William Steer Cheyne was born on 15 December 1793 in Liverpool, Lancashire. He was the son of Lt John Cheyne and Ann Rawson. William Steer Cheyne was christened on 6 March 1794 in St Nicholas, Liverpool.

Helen Chibnall B.Sc

(4 November 1924 - )
     Helen Chibnall B.Sc was born on 4 November 1924 in Victor Harbour, South Australia. She was christened on 6 June 1929 in Glen Osmond, South Australia.

Children of Helen Chibnall B.Sc

Thora May Chicham

(11 December 1928 - 27 February 1989)
     William and Thora are cousins. Thora May Chicham was born on 11 December 1928.
     Thora died on 27 February 1989 aged 60. She was buried on 3 March 1989 in Texas, Queensland.

Children of Thora May Chicham and William Roy Pollard

Thomas Chickwell

     Thomas Chickwell married Elizabeth Bland on 3 April 1711 in Wixoe, Suffolk.

Katherine Chidiock

( - between 1477 and 1487)
     Katherine Chidiock married John Arundell, son of John Arundell, before April 1446.
     Katherine died between 1477 and 1487 in Cornwall.
     Katherine Chidiock made a will dated 2 April 1478 in Cornwall. 16th century copy of will of Katherine, lately wife of Sir John Arundell, 2nd April 1479 (19 Edw IV)
Will: Richard Tomyow, my feoffee of my manor of Frampton upon Severn (Gloucestershire) and of my lands, etc., in the manor of Westbury (Wiltshire), and John Hugyn and my other feoffees of my manors of Ilbrewer, Pytney Werne and Alneshey (Somerset), are to enfeoff Giles Daubney knight, William Huddeffeld king's attorney, John Byconyll, William Hody and Thomas Tregarthyn of those manors and lands; for them to hold to fulfil my will.
From the revenues: My daughters Margaret and Dorothy to have £24 yearly till married (£10 each and £4 for an 'honeste woman' to serve them).
My servants Robert Bardbury and Ann his wife to have 4 marks yearly for life.
My feoffees of my manor of Chideok are to allow William Huddefeld 40s yearly for life, in accordance with a grant made by me to him.
John Byconyll to receive 5 marks yearly for life from my manors, etc., in Somerset, and William Hody to recive 40s from them for life, 'for theyr counceyll to me yeven'.
My feoffees to allow the residue of the revenues to me during my life, and to my executors after my death for paying all my debts and those of John Arundell my husband.
My daughters Margaret and Dorothy to have 400 marks or more each for their marriages.
Then my feoffees shall make an estate of all the manors, etc., to Thomas Arundell, son and heir apparent of Sir John Arundell, and to his heirs of body, with remainder to my heirs; if Thomas puts out my feoffees or otherwise hinders them, then they shall make an estate to such persons as they think necessary, for the performance of this my will.
My 'evydence' to be kept by the feoffees in such places as they think best for its safe keeping, until this my will is performed, and then to be delivered to Thomas Arundell.
I and Thomas have both put our seals, and Thomas his signature. Thomas Tregarthen to receive 40s yearly for life from the revenues of the manors, etc., for his good counsel to me and my husband.

Child of Katherine Chidiock and John Arundell

Mary Childerstone

(before 1668 - )
     Mary Childerstone was also known as Childerton in records. She was born before 1668 in Suffolk. Most Childerstones come from Mildenhall.
     Mary Childerstone married John Cocksedge, son of Unknown Cocksedge, on 20 June 1683 in Woolpit, Suffolk. It is only an assumption that this marriage is for the brother of Francis, being in the same parish.

Eliza Chinery

(after 1830 - )
     Eliza Chinery was born after 1830.
     Eliza Chinery married Joseph Bugg, son of Ambrose Bugg and Elizabeth Bland, on 7 September 1851 in Drinkstone.
     Eliza Chinery and Joseph Bugg appeared on the 1861 census in Drinkstone, Suffolk. Joseph Bugg 28, ag. labourer, his wife Eliza Bugg 29, children William Bugg 7, Ruth Bugg 3, Alice Bugg 2, Harry Bugg, son, 5 months. All born at Drinkstone. They are living next door to Sophia and her father in law Ambrose.
     Eliza Chinery and Joseph Bugg appeared on the 1871 census in 10 Castle Terrace, Crayford, Kent. Joseph Bugg 39, brick sorter, born Drinkstone, his wife Eliza Bugg 39, born Rattlesden, children William Bugg 18, labourer, born Drinkstone, Alice Bugg 12, born Drinkstone, Joseph Bugg 9, born Drinkstone, Alfred J Bugg 2 months born Crayford.
     Eliza Chinery and Joseph Bugg arrived per "Kapunda" on 5 February 1877 at New South Wales, Australia.

Children of Eliza Chinery and Joseph Bugg