William Lawrence Richard Daniels

     William Lawrence Richard Daniels was the son of William Daniels and Grace Hill.

Elizabeth Darby

(circa 1742 - )
     Elizabeth Darby was born circa 1742 in London. She was the daughter of Unknown Darby.
     Elizabeth Darby married Charles Williams on 28 June 1790 in St Dunstan in the East, Stepney. He was a widower and she was spinster aged 48.
     Elizabeth Darby lived at Bermondsey Street, London, 1804.
     Elizabeth Darby was mentioned in the will of George Darby dated 3 March 1804. I give and bequeath to my brother John Darby and my sisters Elizabeth Williams and Mary Morris the sum of 10 guineas each for mourning to be paid as soon as conveniently may be after my decease ... 21 pounds to my sister Elizabeth Williams of Bermondsey St widow for her life.

Elizabeth King Darby

(circa 1775 - )
     Elizabeth King Darby was born circa 1775 in London. She was the daughter of George Darby and Elizabeth Edmonds??
     Elizabeth King Darby married Matthew Poole on 22 August 1797 in St Mary le Bow, London. Mr Matthew Poole of Cheapside, to Miss Darby, of Coleman-street. by licence. Jno Derby & Geo Darby were witnesses.
     Elizabeth King Darby was mentioned in the will of George Darby dated 3 March 1804.

George Darby

(before 1748 - 12 March 1804)
George Darby (c. 1748 - 1804)
     George Darby was born before 1748. He was the son of Unknown Darby. George Darby was listed in a directory dated between 1768 and 1777 as an oilman at 156 Minories, London. He first appears in London directories in 1768 an an oilman, indigo maker at Minories and from 1770 as an oilman and indigo maker at 156 Minories, and from 1772 to 1777 was an oilman at the same address.
     George Darby married Elizabeth Edmonds?? on 14 July 1768 in St Botolph without Aldgate, London. This may be the 1768 marriage at St Botolph Aldgate of George Darby of this parish to Elizabeth Edmonds of Hempstead in the county of Gloucester, spinster, by licence, witnessed by Mary Darby & Jane Fuller, Wm Mace.
They obviously separated.
     George Darby had a long term relationship with Martha Bickley, daughter of Benjamin? Bickley and Elizabeth Unknown (Bickley). George Darby and John Darby were listed in a directory dated between 1780 and 1787 as G & J Darby at 28 Winchester St, Broad St, London. In 1780 G & J Darby were Annatto, Pearl & Pot Ash makers and Wax chandlers; blue makers at 28 Winchester St, Broad St, In 1782 & 1784 John & George Darby, Blue mkr, 28 Gt Winchester St. In 1786 G & J Darby, Blue, soap & annatto maker & wax chandlers, 28 Winchester St Broad St. He was not listed in 1788 when he was declared bankrupt.
George Darby was declared bankrupt before 26 February 1787 in Gt Winchester St, Old Broad St, London. The Times (26 Feb 1787) copied from the London gazette bankrupts column, dated Feb 24, George Darby, Great Winchester-street, London, merchant, to surrender March 3 and 13, and April 7, at ten, at Guildhall ,London. His attorney was Mr de Yoagh, Cutlers-hall, London.
On the 13 April the Times had a notice: By order of the assignees, on the premises, in Great Winchester-street, Old Broad-street, on Tuesday 17th of April, and four following days, at eleven o'clock, the neat and genuine household furniture, plate, linen, china, fire arms, etc. and also the large and valuable stock in trade, a very capital Horse Mill with two runners, a ditto with one runner, and excellent iron crane, large iron beams, planks and weights, three iron shold wheel carts, a cart mare, ditto gelding, a clever saddle mare, a ditto gelding, and other effects of Mr George Darby, a bankrupt. The furniture comprises a rich drawing-room suite, an assortment of good cabinet work, in mahogany chairs, tables, book cases; etc. good beds adn bedding, Turkey and Wilton carpets of very large dimensions, capital pier glasses, etc.
The stock consists of large quantities of Indigo, Prussian and Queen's Blue, Annatto, Lamp Black, Copperas, Shellack, Vermillion, Black Lead, Sealing Wax, Wafers, Pencils, Gun Flints, Honey, Mustard, Snuff, etc.
In the first day's sale will be sold the Lease of the premises.
May be viewed on Saturday and Monday preceding the sale, and catalogues then had on the premises, and of Mr Roberteau, Talbot-court, Gracechurch-street
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     Meeting of creditors this day at Guildhall ... Dividends. ... George Darby, Great Winchester-street, merchant at 10. He was listed in a directory dated from 1789 as George Darby, blue maker at Nun's Court, Coleman St, London. An unknown person was an annatto & blue manufacturer between 1794 and 1802, in Coleman Street, London. 1794, 1798, 1800 & 1802 - Indigo blue & annatto maker. He and Mary Morris and John Darby witnessed Matthew Poole and Elizabeth King Darby's wedding on 22 August 1797 in St Mary le Bow, London. George Darby was listed in a directory dated 1802 as an Indigo Blue & Annatto maker at London.
     In the London gazette 21 Sep 1802: Notice is given that the Blue Manufactory and concern in King-street, otherwise Cow-Lane, Smithfield, lately carried on by the undersigned George Darby, under the Firm of Jennings & Co., and formerly under the name of Hawes, Jennings and Co., will in future br carried on by the said George Darby in his own name, and he will receive and pay all debts due to and from the said concern. 15 July 1802, Geo Darby, Joseph Jennings, Ben Hawes.
     George Darby lived at King St, Snow Hill, Middlesex, 1804. G Darby, Indigo, Blue & Annatto Maker, Coleman St & King St, Snowhill.
     George Darby made a will dated 3 March 1804 in London. He left the goodwill of his business and a box containing his recipe for making annatto to his children Mary & George.
This is the last will and testament of me George Darby of Coleman St in the City of London, Blue and Annatto manufacturer made this third day of March 1804 I give and bequeath to my brother John Darby and my sisters Elizabeth Williams and Mary Morris the sum of 10 guineas each for mourning to be paid as soon as conveniently may be after my decease
And I direct that my executors hereinafter named do and shall within six months after my decease lay out the sum 100 pounds in the purchase of such articles of household furniture linen and wearing apparel as they shall think proper and shall deliver the articles so purchased to Martha Bickley who is now living with me for her own use and benefit
And I give and bequeath the good will of my trade or business of a manufacturer of Blue annatto and other articles and also a certain box marked (a) now in my possession wherein is deposited a certain receipt for making annatto together with such receipt and all other rects used or employed in carrying on my said trade unto Anthony Sterry of the Borough of Southwark Oilman and William Bickley of Gt Russell St in the parish of St George Bloomsbury Mdx stove grate maker upon trust to permit and suffer my son George Darby Bickley and my daughter Mary Bickley or any person with whom she may happen to intermarry for and in lieu of her the said Mary Bickley to carry on the said trade as co-partners and to have receive and take the profits therefrom in equal shares until my said son George Darby Bickley shall attain the age of 21 years and immediately upon his attaining that age the said Anthony Sterry and William Bickley shall stand possessed of the same upon trust for the said George Darby Bickley and Mary Bickley in equal shares as Tenants in common and not as joint tenants to and for their own use and benefit
But in case either of them the said George Darby Bickley and Mary Bickley shall happen to depart this life or shall refuse or decline to continue in the same trade and to carry on the same co-partners The said Anthony Sterry and William Bickley shall from the time of such refusal stand possessed of the same upon such trusts as are herinafter declared concerning the residue of my personal estate and effects And I direct that the said box marked "a" shall in no event be opened or inspected by any person or persons whomsoever save and except by the said Anthony Sterry and William Bickley until the same shall be delivered to the said George Darby Bickley and Mary Bickley for the purpose of being used and employed in their said joint trade
And I give and bequeath all my stock in trade and all my ready money securities for money goods chattels estate and effects whatsoever not herinbefore specifically disposed of unto the said Anthony Sterry and the said William Bickley upon trust as soon as conveniently may be after my decease to sell dispose of collect get in convert into money and thereout paying my just debts funeral expences and the expences of proving this my will and the several legacies herinbefore bequeathed upon the trusts following that is to say
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Upon Trust thereout within the space of twelve months after my decease to set apart and invest in the purchase of public or Government stocks or securities such sums as shall be sufficient to produce the several annuities of 25 pounds, 21 pounds 70 guineas and 50 pounds or in case they shall think proper to purchase absolutely from any person or persons four annuities of equal amount or any of them for the Lives of the several persons for whose lives the same are respectively hereinafter direct to be paid such annuities so purchased to be secured in such manner as my trustees shall think proper And upon further trust to pay the same annuities to the persons following
that is to say the said annuity of 25 pounds to my daughter Elizabeth King Poole widow for the life of her mother my wife Elizabeth Darby without such proportionable part as hereinafter mentioned with respect to the other annuitants
the said annuity of 21 pounds to my sister Elizabeth Williams of Bermondsey St widow for her life

the said annuity of 70 guineas to the said Martha Bickley for her life
and the said annuity of 50 pounds to Sarah Slodden the wife of Isaac Slodden (blank) for decease of the said annuitant such proportional parts of the stocks funds or securities so purchased not appropriated for the payment of the said annuities shall be considered part of the residue of my personal estate and I do hereby direct that in case the said Martha Bickley or Sus[anna]h Slodden or either of them shall transfer assign or otherwise part with either ... the said annuities hereinbefore directed to be paid them then in every such case the annunities to be paid to the person so assigning the same ... were actually dead...
Upon the trusts following that is to say as to two equal parts thereof the whole into 6 equal parts to be divided upon trust for my two sons George Darby Bickley and William Darby Bickley as when they attain the age of 21 years ... to pay the interest to my daughters Elizabeth King Poole, Martha Darby Jennings, Mary Bickley and Ann Darby Bickley respectivley...

and I do direct that from and after the decease of my said wife Elizabeth Darby the sum of one said trustees from the share which my said daughter Elizabeth King Poole and her children would otherwise be entitled to of and the residue of my personal estate
and I further declare it may be lawful for the trustees as they think proper to advance to Joseph Jennings the present husband of my daughter M D Jennings or to the husbands of any other daughters in case they should marry the monies... I appoint the said Anthony Sterry and William Bickley executors of this my will and guardians of my said sons George Darby Bickley and William Darby Bickley until they shall respectively attain the age of 21 years and of my daughter Ann Darby Bickley until she shall attain that age or be married. Geo Darby.
Witnesses: Danl Renland, clerk to Mr Kibblewhite, Grays Inn Place - John Gibson Wilmot's Buildings Bere?

     George died on 12 March 1804 in London. He is not buried at St Ann Blackfriars.
     His will was proved on 26 July 1804 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. He was listed in a directory dated 1805 as George Darby & Co., Annatto & blue manufacturer at London.
     Newspapers announced in Sep 1805: Patrnership Dissolved: George Darby, Joseph Jennings, and John Jennings, of Great Warner street, Coldbath-Fields, annatto manufacturers.

Child of George Darby and Elizabeth Edmonds??

Children of George Darby and Martha Bickley

John Darby

     John Darby was the son of Unknown Darby. John Darby and George Darby were listed in a directory dated between 1780 and 1787 as G & J Darby at 28 Winchester St, Broad St, London. In 1780 G & J Darby were Annatto, Pearl & Pot Ash makers and Wax chandlers; blue makers at 28 Winchester St, Broad St, In 1782 & 1784 John & George Darby, Blue mkr, 28 Gt Winchester St. In 1786 G & J Darby, Blue, soap & annatto maker & wax chandlers, 28 Winchester St Broad St. He was not listed in 1788 when he was declared bankrupt. John Darby and George Darby and Mary Morris witnessed Matthew Poole and Elizabeth King Darby's wedding on 22 August 1797 in St Mary le Bow, London.
     John Darby was mentioned in the will of George Darby dated 3 March 1804. I give and bequeath to my brother John Darby and my sisters Elizabeth Williams and Mary Morris the sum of 10 guineas each for mourning to be paid as soon as conveniently may be after my decease.

Mary Darby

     Mary Darby was the daughter of Unknown Darby.
     Mary Darby married William? Morris on 4 January 1779 in Southwark, Surrey. They may be the William Morris and Mary Darby who married by licence 4 Jan 1779 at St George the Martyr, Southwark. The licence (2 Jan 1779) signatures are hard to read. Mary Morris and George Darby and John Darby witnessed Matthew Poole and Elizabeth King Darby's wedding on 22 August 1797 in St Mary le Bow, London.
     Mary Darby was mentioned in the will of George Darby dated 3 March 1804. I give and bequeath to my brother John Darby and my sisters Elizabeth Williams and Mary Morris the sum of 10 guineas each for mourning.

Unknown Darby

(before 1725 - )
     Unknown Darby was born before 1725.

Children of Unknown Darby

Susanna Darby?

     Susanna Darby? was the daughter of Unknown Darby.
     Susanna Darby? married James or Isaac Slodden before 1804. On 9 Nov 1796, an Isaac Slodden married a Susanna Townsend at St Andrew by the Wardrobe. Witnessed by Martha Darby, Diana Weston and Jas Hoskin? The will does not actually state that she is George Darby's sister.
     Susanna Darby? was mentioned in the will of George Darby dated 3 March 1804. George Darby left an annuity of 50 pounds to Sarah/Susanna Slodden the wife of Isaac/James Slodden (blank) for her life.

Catherine Agatha Darcy

(circa 1867 - 22 March 1914)
     Catherine Agatha Darcy was born circa 1867. She was the daughter of Luke Darcy of Lichfield..
     Catherine Agatha Darcy married John Edward Colbert, son of Edmund Colbert and Ellen Shannahan, in 1887 in Victoria.
     Catherine died on 22 March 1914 in Watchem, Victoria. She was buried in Watchem.
     The administration of her estate was granted on 2 October 1914 at Victoria.

Children of Catherine Agatha Darcy and John Edward Colbert

Ellen Margaret Darcy

(1904 - )
     Ellen Margaret Darcy was born in 1904 in Donald, Victoria. She was the daughter of Luke Darcy and Johanna Mary Colbert.

Francis James Darcy

(circa 1917 - 1974)
     Francis James Darcy was born circa 1917. He was the son of Luke Darcy and Johanna Mary Colbert.
     Francis died in 1974 in Heidelberg, Victoria.

Luke Darcy

(circa 1869 - 1929)
     Luke Darcy was born circa 1869 in Camperdown, Victoria.
     Luke Darcy married Johanna Mary Colbert, daughter of Edmund Colbert and Ellen Shannahan, in 1902 in Victoria.
     Luke died in 1929 in Donald, Victoria.

Children of Luke Darcy and Johanna Mary Colbert

Mary Darcy

(1907 - )
     Mary Darcy was born in 1907 in Donald, Victoria. She was the daughter of Luke Darcy and Johanna Mary Colbert.

Norah Catherine Darcy

(1912 - )
     Norah Catherine Darcy was born in 1912 in Donald, Victoria. She was the daughter of Luke Darcy and Johanna Mary Colbert.

William Edward Darcy

(1903 - 1950)
     William Edward Darcy was born in 1903 in Donald, Victoria. He was the son of Luke Darcy and Johanna Mary Colbert.
     William died in 1950 in Fitzroy, Victoria.

Alfred Dardry

(21 August 1836 - )
     Alfred Dardry was christened on 21 August 1836 in Ipswich, Suffolk.
     Alfred Dardry married Phoebe Grimwood, daughter of John Grimwood and Dinah Laflin, in 1854 in Ipswich RD, Suffolk.
     Alfred Dardry and Phoebe Grimwood appeared on the 1861 census in St Matthew, Ipswich. She was aged 30 and he was aged 28, a paper hanager.

Frances Ida Jane Darley

(circa 1864 - 28 March 1943)
     Frances Ida Jane Darley was also known as Ida in records. She was born circa 1864.
     Frances Ida Jane Darley married Rev Herbert Maziere Halahan, son of Dean John Halahan and Harriette Sargent, on 10 October 1912 in Belfast.
     Administration of the estate of Rev Herbert Maziere Halahan was granted to Frances Ida Jane Darley, on 12 December 1919 in London, The Reverend Herbert Mezziere Halahan, of 9 Blackrock Terrace, Bantry, Cork, clerk, died 22 June 1919 at 49 Festing Road, Southsea, Hampshire. Administration to Ida Halahan, widow. Effects £291 in England.
     Frances died on 28 March 1943 in the West Somerset Hospital, Minehead, Somerset, England. Ida J Halahan.
     Her will was proved on 27 January 1944. Probate of the will of Frances Ida Jane Halahan formerly of 61 Granada Rd, Southsea co. Hants and late of 17 Blenheim Rd, Minehead, co. Somerset, widow, who died 28 March 1943, granted at Dublin, to Henry La T Darley retired Col. HMR Marines and Arthur La T Darley, surgeon Com (retired) RN. Effects £611/18/11d; also proved at the Llandudno registry 17 Sep 1943 effect £5810.

Harry Zouche Darrah

(1 August 1854 - 18 March 1909)
     Harry Zouche Darrah was also known as Henry Touch in records. He was born on 1 August 1854.
     BA, LLB, Indian Civil Service. Educated at Rathmines School, Kingstown School and Tinity Collge, Dublin; appointed after exam of 1875; arriaved 24 oct 1877 and served in the NW Provine and Oudh as assistant mag. and collr., and asst - becoming director of the Department of Agriculture, Assam.
     Harry Zouche Darrah married Edith Isabella Handy, daughter of Matthew Fleming Handy and Isabella Sarah Gamble, on 25 April 1887 in Bengal, India.
     He is the presumed author of: Sport in the Highlands of Kashmir. Being a Narrative of an Eight Month's Trip in Baltistan and Ladak, and a Lady's Experiences in the Latter Country; together with Hints for the Guidance of Sportsmen. 1898 London pp.xviii, 506, 52 illustrations, 2 folding maps in pocket. A very good copy in original cloth, spine very slightly rubbed. A fine account of the author's trip from Srinagar to Leh based on his daily diaries. He was accompanied by his wife and recommends this to others - "it will be seen from the story that there is no reason why a lady should not accompany her husband while the latter is shooting in Ladak ... if the sportsman takes his wife ... the cost of his transport and food will be nearly doubled, but his servants will cost him but little more than if he were alone". He provides a full costing of his trip and detailed practical advice to those who might follow his trail.
     Harry died on 18 March 1909 in Burma? aged 54.

Jane Darrell

     Jane Darrell was born. She was the daughter and heir of William Darrell, of Andover, co. Hants, 1 wife, erroneously cllaed a daughter of William Barrett of Ardevera in Erisey ped. ante. p. 154..
     Jane Darrell married Thomas Killigrew, son of John Killigrew (Thomas?) and Mary Boleigh.

Child of Jane Darrell and Thomas Killigrew

John George Dartnell

     John George Dartnell married Clara Alicia Steer, daughter of Charles Steer and Caroline Thompson, on 27 July 1865 in Calcutta, West Bengal, India.

Elizabeth Darwent

(before 1790 - )
     Elizabeth Darwent was born before 1790.
     Elizabeth Darwent married John Rich on 11 July 1808 in Anston, Yorkshire.

Child of Elizabeth Darwent and John Rich

Frances Daughtry

     Frances Daughtry married James Havelock Hooper, son of Dr William Wilberforce Hooper and Mary Jane Kearny, on 23 February 1880?.

Child of Frances Daughtry and James Havelock Hooper

Achilles Daunt

     Achilles Daunt married Elizabeth Hungerford, daughter of Capt Thomas Hungerford and Mary Unknown (Hungerford).

Ann Daunt

     Ann Daunt married John Becher Hungerford, son of Richard Hungerford and Mary Cranfield Becher, in 1771.

Children of Ann Daunt and John Becher Hungerford

Vice Admiral Robert Clutterbuck Davenport

( - 1966)
     Robert was nick-named Guns.
     Vice Admiral Robert Clutterbuck Davenport married Gwladys Mabel Gwatkin-Williams on 2 October 1917 in Stebbington, Hampshire, England.
     Robert died in 1966.

Frederick John Davey

     Frederick John Davey married Robinah Jane Hooper, daughter of John James Hooper and Sarah Elizabeth Horder, in 1872 in New Zealand.

Georgina Olivia Davey

(26 December 1887 - 1 August 1929)
     Georgina Olivia Davey was born on 26 December 1887 in Wattisfield, Suffolk, England.
     The marriage of Georgina Olivia Davey and Oliver Bland, son of Robert William Bland and Ellen Turner, was registered in Stow RD, Suffolk, in the December 1909 quarter.
     Georgina died on 1 August 1929 in Duke St, Stanton, Suffolk, aged 41.

Child of Georgina Olivia Davey and Oliver Bland

James Walter Davey

(circa 1842 - )
     James Walter Davey was born circa 1842 in Tiverton, Devon.
     James Walter Davey married Mary Dawton, daughter of William Dawton and Elizabeth Ruby, on 23 February 1869 in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, England.
     James Walter Davey and Mary Dawton appeared on the 1871 census in 9 Gibson? Place, Paddington, London. James W Davey, 28 stationer, bookseller, born Tiverton, Devon; his wife Mary 26?, born Newton Abbott, Devon, children Clement W 1, born Exter and Sarah H Smallbridge?, visitor, unmarried, 24, dressmaker, born Exeter; with a lodger Henry A Graham, unmarried 58, formerly a lieutenant? in the Army, born Ireland.

Child of James Walter Davey and Mary Dawton

John Stanley Davey

Angharad ferch David ap Llewelyn

     Angharad ferch David ap Llewelyn married Robert ap Meredith, son of Maredudd ap Hywel and Morfudd ferch Ieuan Goch ap David, in Wales. He was 80 when he married Anghared. Angharad ferch David ap Llewelyn was born in Cardiganshire, Wales. She was the daughter of David ap Llewelyn ap David.
     Continue her line in Bartrum's Llowdden6..

Child of Angharad ferch David ap Llewelyn and Robert ap Meredith