Margaret Come

     Margaret Come married Christopher Ruby on 19 November 1611 in Lanteglos by Camelford, Cornwall.

Alwynne Beatrice Compton

( - 1967)
     Alwynne Beatrice Compton married Vernon Bland Gibson, son of Robert Wright Gibson and Edith Harriet Bland, in 1922 in Perth, Western Australia. A child Vernon A A born at Northam in 1923 may be theirs..
     Alwynne died in 1967 in Perth, Western Australia.

Alexander Comyn Earl of Buchan

( - before 14 March 1290)
     Alexander was Constable of Scotland, in Scotland.
     The Gen-Medieval mailing list discussed: There were actually four John Comyns of Badenoch the first John known as the Red I married successively Eve (mother of his older children) and 2nd Alice whom Young thought was a Lindsay but who has been proved by Douglas Richardson to have been a member of the Roos family. A thorough discussion of this identification in his recent Magna Carta Ancestry under the subject Clarell.
John the Red Comyn I was succeeded by his eldest son by Eve, John the Black Comyn I who married Alianora de Baliol, daughter of John de Baliol by Devorguilla, eldest dauhter of Alan, Lord of Galloway`s 2nd marriage to Margaret, eldest daughter of Prince David de Scotia, Earl of Huntingdon John the Black Comyn I d 1303 Lochindorb Castle had resigned his titles and rights to candidacy for the Scots crown to his eldest son John the Red Comyn II, like his father and grandfather, Lord of Badenoch , Guardian or regent of Scotland several times between 1286-1306. married Joan, daughter of William de Valence, Earl of Pembroke ( de Valence was half brother to King Henry III of England and so uncle to King Edward I) it would seem that an agreement was struck by the Red Comyn II and Robert Brus, Earl of Carrick by which if Comyn surrendered his estates and titles to Brus, Brus would support his ascension to the Scots throne yet if Brus surrendered his estates and titles to Comyn, Comyn was to support Brus becoming King. evidently Comyn decided to make sure Brus kept his word by informing Edward I of the pact and sent a messenger who was intercepted. Brus demanded to meet Comyn, then at Dalswinton, another of his castles at the nearby Church of the Grey Friars in Dumfries. Comyn went, each entering the church with one kinsman. Brus and Comyn argued and Comyn was stabbed by Brus and fell near the high altar. one of Brus` nephews, Christopher Seton apparently was with him and He killed Comyn`s uncle Robert Comyn. They left the church in a hurry, Comyn the Red being wounded but very much alive. On their return to Brus` castle of Lochmaben. He told his followers of what had transpired saying " I fear I have not slain the Red Comyn" a follower of his, one Kirkpatrick uttered: " I`ll make sure." and went and did just that.
John the Red Comyn II`s son John the Black Comyn II used the title of Lord of Badenoch. He was married to Margeret, daughter of John, 1st Lord Wake of Liddell and had a son shortly before his death who was named Aymer Comyn. John the Black Comyn II was slain in 1314 at the Battle of Bannockburn. his infant son died 2 years later and Margaret Wake married Edmund Plantagenet, 1st Earl of Kent. James W Cummings, Dixmont, Maine USA.
     Alexander Comyn Earl of Buchan married Elizabeth de Quinci/Quincy, daughter of Roger de Quincy 2nd Earl of Winchester. Alexander Comyn Earl of Buchan was the son of William Comyn and Marjory, of Buchan.
     Alexander died before 14 March 1290 in Scotland.

Children of Alexander Comyn Earl of Buchan and Elizabeth de Quinci/Quincy

Elizabeth Comyn

( - before 17 February 1328/29)
     Elizabeth Comyn was born in Scotland?. She was the third daughter. She was the daughter of Alexander Comyn Earl of Buchan and Elizabeth de Quinci/Quincy.
     Elizabeth Comyn married Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Angus, son of Gilbert de Umfraville.
     Elizabeth died before 17 February 1328/29 in Yorkshire, England. She was buried on 17 February 1328/29 in Hexham Priory, Northumberland.
     Elizabeth Comyn was mentioned on 3 October 1331.

Sir John Comyn

     Sir John Comyn was also known as The Red in records.
     Sir John Comyn married Alice de Ros, daughter of Sir William de Ros and Lucy FitzPiers. She was his second wife and they had a son John of Ulceby, Lincs. Her father had granted her free warren in Ulceby. She married secondly Sir James Byron about 1277.

Marjory Comyn

     Marjory Comyn was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of Alexander Comyn Earl of Buchan and Elizabeth de Quinci/Quincy.
     Marjory Comyn married Patrick (IV) Dunbar 8th Earl, son of Patrick (III) Dunbar 7th Earl and Cecilia Fraser?, circa 1282. The wife of this Earl is uncertain, as no record or reference to his Countess has been discovered. Sir Robert Douglas, in his Peerage, 1764, states, without giving proof, that the Earl married Marian, daughter of Duncan, tenth Earl of Fife, by whom he had two sons, Patrick and George, the latter being the alleged ancestor of the Dunbars of Cumnock. But this has not been substantiated. According to the later edition of Douglas, this Earl married Marjorie Comyn, daughter of Alexander Comyn, Earl of Buchan, a statement founded on a letter, in 1400, by George, tenth Earl of March, to King Henry IV of England, when the Earl claims that a Marjorie Comyn was his 'graunde dame' or great-grandmother, and also states that she was 'full sister' of Alice Comyn, who, about 1306, married Sir Henry Beaumont and became great-grandmother of King Henry IV. Wyntoun, in his metrical Cronykil, states that 'the eldest' daughter, whom he does not name, of Alexander Comyn, Earl of Buchan (vol. ii. of this work, p. 256), married a Patrick, Earl of Dunbar; but if she were Marjorie, she must have been the aunt and not the sister of Alice Comyn or Beaumont, and Earl George is so far wrong in his assertion. The eighth Earl is the only Earl Patrick whose date suits with a daughter of Alexander, Earl of Buchan, as they must have been contemporaries, but if Marjorie Comyn were the wife of the eighth Earl, it seems impossible that she could have been the great grandmother on the father's side of George, tenth Earl of March. It may be assumed, however, that Wyntoun is right, that this Earl Patrick did marry a Comyn, but that Earl George made a mistake as to his relationship to her.
     She held the castle of Dunbar for the Scots till forced, 29 April 1296, to surrender it to Edward I.
     The Earl's wife held his castle of Dunbar against an English force in April 1297, but was obliged to surrender it with all the Scottish nobles who had taken refuge there after their defeat at Dunbar. Earl Patrick was then, or soon after, at the English court..

Children of Marjory Comyn and Patrick (IV) Dunbar 8th Earl

William Comyn

(before 1160 - 1233)
     William Comyn was born before 1160. He witnessed his first Royal charter in 1178 and so was probably 15 to 18 at that time, as it was probably of age to use arms in battle but had no title, though was of royal blood. In 1199/ 1200 He, William Gifford and the Abbot of Arbroath were sent on a diplomatic mission to King John of England, In 1209 He was a negotiator of a treaty promising on King William's soul that he would abandon his claims to northern England. William Comyn left at least one of his sons at Carlisle as a hostage, probably Richard, Jordan or Walter the last being born say 1193-1196 as he witnessed his first royal charter between 1211-1214 and apparently fought in Moray in 1211/12 when the Earl of Athol (? Henry or Thomas of Galloway, his son in law), and the rival claimants to the Earldom of Mar, Thomas Durward and Malcolm mac Morgrund were also involved in the defeat of the rival royal claimant Donald mac William and his son Guthred.
Afterward, William Comyn was granted lands in Moray, including Deer where he built Deer Abbey for the Cisterian order. William Comyn held the office of Justiciar of Scotia many times commencing in or before 1205 and the family held that office in 66 years between 1205-1306. He witnessed 88 charters for King William who died in 1214 and was one of the King's and his son Alexander II's chief councilors. The MacWilliams rose again in about 1228/9 under Gillesbuig and his sons and King Alexander II led a force to suppress the revolt but it was driven back, then he sent Earl William (by now a man of about 69) into Moray with a force. Most likely his son Walter was co- commander, Gillesbuig MacWilliam was defeated and his head, with those of his sons was sent to the King. 1229/ 30 and Alexander II formed the lordship of Badenoch (including Lochaber) and granted it to Walter Comyn. In 1231 John, Earl of Caithness was murdered, In abt 1232 John Comyn, probably a near kinsman if not a son of William Comyn, Earl of Buchan the hand of Maud, daughter of Malcolm, Earl of Angus and Mary Berkeley together with the lands and title of Earl of Angus.
As Richard, William's eldest son from his 1st marriage to Sarah filia Roberti was born between 1185-1190 and died in 1244, John's birth probably occured
1210-1215 and marriage bet 1235-1240. He died in 1277.
     William Comyn married Marjory, of Buchan,. In 1212 King William granted the hand of Marjorie of Buchan, estates and title of Earl of Buchan to William Comyn as his 2nd wife.
     William Comyn, married, as his second wife, Marjory Countess of Buchan, only daughter of Earl Fergus; and thus Comyn became Earl of Buchan. So he was the common ancestor of the Lords of Badenoch and the Earls of Buchan— of the Comyn line. He was appointed Justiciary of Scotland. In 1222 Alexander II. appointed him guardian of the Earldom of Moray. He founded the Cistercian Abbey of Deer, which was dedicated to St. Mary. Earl William died in 1233, and was succeeded by his son, Alexander, second Earl of Buchan of the name of Comyn. After the defeat of Haco and the wreck of his fleet, when the tidings of his death in Orkney on the 15th of December, 1263, reached Alexander III., he immediately resolved to reduce the Western Isles to the subjection of the Crown. Accordingly an army was mustered and placed under the command of the Earls of Mar, Buchan, and Alan Durward, and the army proceeded to the Isles. On the approach of the army many of the chiefs fled; some of them were captured and executed for the support which they had given to Haco’s expedition; while others were expelled or fined. The Earls secured much booty, and then returned to the mainland.
     There is a supposition that Joanna, wife of Alexander the Steward (d. 1283), was a daughter of William Comyn, Earl of Buchan (d. 1233) by Marjory Buchan, and a sister of Alexander Comyn, Earl of Buchan (d. 1290), an ancestor of Earl Patrick.
     William died in 1233.

Child of William Comyn and Marjory, of Buchan,

Catherine Condon

     Catherine Condon married John Handy on 2 June 1806 in Church of Ireland, Clonmel, Waterford, Ireland. He was a corporal fo the 6th Regiment.

George J Cone

( - 1909)
     George J Cone married Elizabeth Ann Bullett, daughter of Samuel Charles Bullett and Sarah Ann Kilburn, in 1897 in Bega district, New South Wales.
     George died in 1909 in Waterloo district, New South Wales.

John Connell

(circa 1830 - )
     John Connell was born circa 1830.
     John Connell married Catherine Colbert, daughter of Edmund Colbert and Mary Unknown, on 21 June 1865 in Kapunda, South Australia.

Owen Augustus Rutherford Connell

(1875 - 26 August 1952)
     Owen Augustus Rutherford Connell was born in 1875.
     Owen Augustus Rutherford Connell married Violet Minnie Irene MacGlew, daughter of William Henry MacGlew and Lucy Emma Jane Bowra, in 1900 in Smiths Hill, now Glen Forrest, Western Australia.
     Owen died on 26 August 1952 in Greenmount, Western Australia.

Bejamin Bloomfield Connolly

(September 1845 - )
     Bejamin Bloomfield Connolly was born in September 1845. The Biographical history of Gonville and Caius College, 1349-1897 : containing a list of all known members of the College from the foundation to the present time: with biographical notes, provides:
Connolly, Benjamin Bloomfield: son of Rev. James Campbell Connolly, chaplain
at H.M. Dockyard, Woolwich. Born there, Sep. 1845. School, Merchant
Taylors’. Admitted pensioner, June 2,1863. Resided four years. B.A. 1868: M.A. 1871. M.D. 1891: M.R.C.S.
1870. Tancred student. Served in the Franco-German war, 1870-1; and in
the Army Medical Staff, 1871-91 : medals for India (1878), S. Africa (1879), Soudan and Nile (1884, 5 : see a short narrative in the Caian, n. 2). Principal medical officer, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich. Retired as surgeon Lieut.-Colonel. Address (1898), 21, Wickham Road, St John’s, S.E.
. He was the son of Rev James Campbell Connolly.

Catharine Connolly

(before 1848 - )
     Catharine Connolly was born before 1848 in Cork, Ireland.
     Catharine Connolly married Maurice Colbert before 1866 in Cork.

Child of Catharine Connolly and Maurice Colbert

James Campbell Connolly

(circa 1835? - )
     James Campbell Connolly was born circa 1835?. He was the son of Rev James Campbell Connolly.
     In 1856 the Gentleman's Magazine reported: James Campbell Connolly, Chaplain of HM Dockyard, Woolwich, to Lydia-Anne, eldest dau. of George Plymouth.
The Rev James Campbell Connolly, clerk, was appointed Honorary Chaplain to the 14th Kent Artillery Volunteer Corps on 22 March 1862.

Rev James Campbell Connolly

     Rev James Campbell Connolly and Dorothea Ann Handy obtained a marriage licence in 1840 in Meath diocese, Ireland. A licence was issued for her marriage to Rev James Campbell Connolly.
     Rev James Campbell Connolly married Dorothea Ann Handy, daughter of Samuel Handy and Jane Orme, on 31 July 1840 in Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath. Married. On the 31st ult., at Ardnoocher, by the Rev G L Gresson, the Rev? Jas C Connolly, of Woolwich to Dorothea Anne, daughter of the late? Samuel Handy, Esq, of Bracca Castle, in the county of Westmeath.

This marriage is confusing as Jane Connolly states that her aunt Dolly was a spinster, which suggests that Jane was the daughter of one of Dorothea's sisters.
     From 1842 he served as a Navy Chaplain.
     Marriage of James Campbell Connolly Clergyman, Woolwich, son of J C Connolly Gentleman with Lydia Anne Garney daughter of George Garney Esq. G'man.

Children of Rev James Campbell Connolly

Child of Rev James Campbell Connolly and Dorothea Ann Handy

Jane Connolly

(circa 1835 - )
     Jane Connolly was born circa 1835. She was the daughter of Rev James Campbell Connolly and Dorothea Ann Handy.
     Jan 8 1856
James Campbell Connolly, Clergyman, Woolwich J.C.Connolly G'man to Lydia Anne Garney, George Garney Esq. G'man.
     Jane Connolly sent a letter. My grandfather Samuel Handy was the eldest of a large family. There is only tradition to help me, so I cannot be sure of the number of his brothers. One sister was Mrs Wade of Fairfield, co. Galway, another Maria married a Dr Wallace, Catherine was Mrs Crawford, and sister was Mrs Halahan, Dorothy (aunt Dolly as she was to the family) never married. Ruthe married Mr Knott & his sister married Thomas, one of the younger Handy men. Richard was a clergyman, the father of General Bennett Handy. John & William founded families of their own, one at Barraghcore the other at Park. She was the author of Old days & old ways published in 1912 in London.

Margaret Connors

     Margaret Connors married Patrick Colbert on 26 December 1854 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. He was possibly the Patrick aged 40 who married Margaret aged 35, but his age doesn't match is trial record. He had received his ticket of leave on 5 Sep 1854.

Anlach ap Cononoc

     Anlach ap Cononoc married Marchell ap Tewdrig (?), son of Tewdrig, (?), King of Garthmadrun. Anlach ap Cononoc was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Coronoc ab Eurbre Wyddel.

Child of Anlach ap Cononoc and Marchell ap Tewdrig (?)

Ethel Penelope Conran

(11 May 1881 - )
     Ethel Penelope Conran was born on 11 May 1881 in Plympton RD, Devon, England. She was the daughter of Henry Arthur Lewis Conran and Elizabeth Alice Steer.

Henry Arthur Lewis Conran

(3 September 1856 - )
     Henry Arthur Lewis Conran was born on 3 September 1856 in Ousden, Suffolk, England.
     Henry Arthur Lewis Conran appeared on the 1861 census in Plympton St Mary, Devon, England. William A Conran 44, retired officer, born Hopton, Sfk; his wife Robina A Conran 41, children Robina A Conran 10, William A Conran 8, Charles J R Conran 6, Henry A L Conran 4, born Ousden, Sfk, Gerald M Conran 3, Geraldine Conran 3; with six servants.
     Henry Arthur Lewis Conran married Elizabeth Alice Steer, daughter of Charles William Steer.
     Henry Arthur Lewis Conran and Elizabeth Alice Steer appeared on the 1881 census in 'Blackland Lodge', Plympton St Mary, Devon. William Adam Conran 65,JP for Devon, formerly Capt H M army born East Horling, Norfolk; his wife Robina Agusta Conran 62, born Manchester, Lancs; children James Conran 26, single, born Shropshire; Henry Conran 24, married, Land Proprietor Jamaica, born Ousden, Sfk; Geraldine Conran 23, Elizabeth Conran 21, married, daughter in law, born St Ann, Jamaica & 4 servants.
They were in 1891 also with a 5 year old son Perry D W Conran.

Child of Henry Arthur Lewis Conran and Elizabeth Alice Steer

Catherine Constable

(circa 1460 - before October 1510)
     Catherine Constable was born circa 1460 in Flamborough, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Sir Robert Constable of Flamborough, High Sheriff 1479, MP Yorkshire 1477. Inq PM 20 June 3 Hen VII says he died 23 May last. He married Agnes, daughter of Sir Roger Wentworth, of Nettlestead, Inq PM 9 June 11 Hen VII says she died 30 April last. She was the sister of Marmaduke.. She was the daughter of Robert Constable (of Flamborough).
     Catherine Constable married Sir Ralph Ryther, son of Sir William Ryther and Eleanor Fitzwilliam, before 1485.
     Catherine died before October 1510.

Children of Catherine Constable and Sir Ralph Ryther

Robert Constable (of Flamborough)

     Robert Constable (of Flamborough) married Agnes Gascoigne, daughter of Chief Justice William Gascoigne and Joan Pickering (Greystock). They were great-grandparents of Sir Robert Constable.

Child of Robert Constable (of Flamborough)

Mary Convey

     As of 1829, Mary Convey was also known as Mary Convey in records.
     Mary Convey married Edward Handy, son of Edward Handy and Mary Hanlan, on 14 June 1829 in the RC chapel, Clara & Horseleap, Westmeath, Ireland.

Children of Mary Convey and Edward Handy

Arthur Edward Cook

(circa 1895 - 1946)
     Arthur Edward Cook was born circa 1895.
     Arthur Edward Cook married Mary Kathleen Colbert, daughter of Charles Patrick Colbert and Catherine Matilda Hogan, in 1928 in Victoria.
     Arthur died in 1946 in Victoria, Australia.

Children of Arthur Edward Cook and Mary Kathleen Colbert

Arthur Edward Cook

(1931 - 1995)
     Arthur Edward Cook was commonly known as Peter.
     Arthur Edward Cook lived at Tasmania. He was born in 1931 in Victoria. He was the son of Arthur Edward Cook and Mary Kathleen Colbert.
     Arthur died in 1995.

Constance Beryl Mary Cook

(1903 - 22 November 1979)
     Constance Beryl Mary Cook was commonly known as Beryl. She was born in 1903 in Carlton, Victoria.
     Constance Beryl Mary Cook married Donald William Marsden MacKenzie, son of James MacKenzie and Emily Alice Bodman, in 1923 in Victoria.
     Constance Beryl Mary Cook and Donald William Marsden MacKenzie were mentioned in a civil court action on 3 August 1944 in Victoria. In the Court of Petty Sessions at St. Kilda, Central Bailiwick.-To DONALD WILLIAM MARSDEN MCKENZIE.-Take notice, that your wife, Constance Beryl Mary McKenzie, has sworn an Information and Issued a summons against you claiming payment of £132 arrears of maintenance from the 26th day of April, 1943, until the 24th day of July, 1944, both inclusive, under an order of the said Court made on 9th March. 1936. Unless you APPEAR at the said Court on the 14th day of August, 1944. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, an ORDER may be MADE for payment by you of the said amount and costs of the summons. H. E. Elliott, Dowing & Oldham, 31 Queen St Melbourne, complainant's solicitors.
     Constance Beryl Mary Cook and Donald William Marsden MacKenzie were mentioned in a civil court action in February 1948 in Victoria. Maintenance act 1928.— Information for an offence punishable summarily and summons thereon in the Court of Petty Sessions, at St. Kilda. In the Central Bailiwick, Between CONSTANCE BERYL MARY McKENZIE, informant, and DONALD WILLIAM MARSDEN McKENZIE. Defendant.— The Information of the said Constance Beryl Mary McKenzie, of 11 Motherwell-street, Hawksburn, in the State of Victoria. Married Woman, who saith that the said defendant, on the ninth day of March, 1930, at St. Kllda, in the said Bailiwick and State, an ORDER was made against the said Donald William Marsden McKenzie directing him to pay the sum of Two pounds per week to the Clerk of Petty Sessions, at St. Kllda aforesald, for the maintenance of his wife, the said Constance Beryl Mary McKenzie, the first of such payments to be made on Monday, the 9th day of March, 1936, and thereafter on each succeeding Monday, and the said Constance Beryl Mary McKenzie further saith that the said Donald William Marsden McKenzde has disobeyed the said Order, Inasmuch as he has neglected to pay certain of the said weekly payments as aforesaid, amounting in all to the sum ol £136, in respect of the period from the 18th day of October, 1940. to the 6th day of February. 1948. both Inclusive. C. B. M. McKenzie, Informant. To Donald William Marsden McKenzie, of parts unknown. — Whereas the above Information has this day been laid and sworn by the abovenamed Informant before me, one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace, in and for the said Bailiwick of the said State; These are therefore, to command you, in His Majesty's name, to be and appear on Thursday, the twenty-sixth day of February, 1948, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon at the said Court of Petty Sessions, at St. Kilda, to answer to the said information, and to be further dealt with according to law. Dated at Melbourne the tenth day of February. 1948. F. S. CLEARY, Stamp J.P. Constance was an actress.
     Constance died on 22 November 1979 in Bendigo (Sandhurst), Victoria.

Gay Cook

     Gay Cook married Thomas Cocksedge, son of Martin Cocksedge and Mary Brewer, on 26 September 1734 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Probably not this Thomas who must have died before 1748 as Gay remarried then.
     She possibly married Joseph Woodward 30 Sep 1742 at Diss.
     Gay Cocksedge and John Major obtained a marriage licence on 7 March 1748 in Bury St Edmunds. John Mayer, s.m. 41 years, of Bury St Edmunds & Gay Cocksedge, of Bury St Edmunds, widowe, at St James.
     Gay Cocksedge married John Major as her second husband, on 16 March 1748 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. John Mayes single of St Mary's & Gay Cocksedge, widow of this parish.

Child of Gay Cook and Thomas Cocksedge

James Cook

(before 1695? - )
     James Cook was born before 1695?.
     James Cook married Lucy Killigrew, daughter of Henry Killigrew Lord of Admiralty and Lucy Jervoise, on 28 May 1716 in St Stephen's, St Albans, Hertfordshire.

Joan Cook

(before 1605 - )
     Joan Cook was born before 1605 in Suffolk, England.
     Joan Cook married Thomas Cocksedge in 1622 in Melton, Suffolk.

Kevin Arthur Cook

(1960 - May 1977)
     Kevin Arthur Cook was born in 1960 in Leongatha, Victoria. He was the son of Reginald Francis Cook. Kevin Arthur Cook was cremated in May 1977 in Leongatha, Victoria.
     Kevin died in May 1977.