Elizabeth Ann Dawson

(circa 1845 - )
     Elizabeth Ann Dawson was born circa 1845 in Northumberland?, England. She was the daughter of James Hooper Dawson and Barbara Hall Dawson.

Elizabeth Frances Dawson

(circa 1813 - before 1848)
     Elizabeth Frances Dawson was born circa 1813.
     William Handy married Elizabeth Frances Dawson as his second wife, on 13 November 1841 in Drumreary, Longford, Ireland. Marriage Nov. 13, in Drumreaney Church, Wm. Handy, Esq., of Tennessee, King's County, to Elizabeth Dawson, daughter of the late John Power Dawson, Esq., of Nohaville, county of Westmeath.
     Elizabeth died before 1848.

Child of Elizabeth Frances Dawson and William Handy

Evelyn Dawson

     Evelyn Dawson married Harry Popplewell, son of Charles Edward Popplewell and Emma Dunk.

Frances Isabella Dawson

(11 April 1758 - before 18 June 1839)
     Frances Isabella Dawson was born on 11 April 1758 in Clayworth, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of Rev William Dawson and Elizabeth Robinson. Frances Isabella Dawson was christened on 12 May 1758 in Clayworth, NTT.
     Frances Isabella Dawson married John Barker on 15 June 1780 in St Peter, Clayworth, Nottinghamshire. The marriage licence for John Barker, of the parish of Mattersea, gentleman, aged 19, b.d. & Frances Isabella Dawson, of the parish of Clayworth, 21, spinster will marry at Clayworth. Anthony Barker of Barnby, in parish of Blyth, gentleman, signs the bond stating that he is the natural and lawful father of the afsd John Barker and that he is consenting to the above intended marriage.
     Frances Isabella Dawson was mentioned in the will of Rev William Dawson dated 28 June 1791. Frances Isabella Dawson was mentioned in a deed dated between December 1797 and 1798. Conveyance by William Dawson of Mattersey, Nottinghamshire, gentleman, Thomas Bowker of Yaxley, Huntingdonshire, tanner and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Barker of Mattersey Bell, gentleman and Frances Isabella his wife, children of William Dawson, and William Dawson's executors, to George Wooler of Fawnlees, Wolsingham, Co Durham, esquire.
     Frances died before 18 June 1839 in Everton, Nottinghamshire. She was buried on 18 June 1839 in Mattersey, Nottinghamshire. A gravestone in the south aisle mentions John Barker, also his widow Frances Isabella, also great granddaughter Eliza Barker Longstaff died 13 June 1839 aged 11 months.

Children of Frances Isabella Dawson and John Barker

Col Francis William Dawson

(circa 1859 - )
     Col Francis William Dawson was born circa 1859 in Bangalore?, India. Son of General Francis Dawson, C.B.
(Milt. 1881), Madras Staff Corps; b. 1827; s. of Liieut. Dawson, R.A; entered 60th Eoot. 1844; Capt, 1855; transferred to M. S. C (now Indian Army) 1861; Major, 1864; Lieut. Col., 1870: Col.: 1875; Major-General, 1886; Lieut. General, 1887 : General, 1894: served in Afghan War, 1879-80 (C. B, medal). Address: Auberire, Pittville, Cheltenham
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     Frank Dawson married Mary Dempster, daughter of Robert Dempster and Catherine Ellman, before 1886 in India. He was adjutant to the Maharajah of Travancore at the time (Sri Moolam Thirunal Sir Rama Varma 1885–1924).
     In a letter from William Dempster in March 1893 he was described as son of General Dawson, late of India, and was Captain Dawson who with his wife Mary was home from India for a year or two. He operated a farm and was a brickmaker at Guildford.
     Frank Dawson and Mary Dempster appeared on the 1901 census in 32 Park Tce, Paddington, London. Francis Dawson, 42 born Bayalore (Bangalore)?, major - India Staff Corps & Mary 38, born Pallancottel?? and their presumed daughter Mary F G aged 15 born at Madras, all in India & Augusta Dawson aged 40, born Topsham, Devon were boarders with the Page family.
     Frank Dawson and Mary Dempster appeared on the 1911 census in 26 St George's Court, Gloucester Rd, Kensington. Francis William Dawson, head, 52, Lt Colonel Indian Army, born Bangalore, India, resident; his wife Mary Dawson, 48, married for 26 years, 1 living child, born Pallamcotta, India, resident, with Edith Hill, servant, 27, single, born Shropshire. Col Francis William Dawson gave the bride away at the wedding of Lt Col, Hon George Henry Morris and Dora Maryon Wesley Hall on 29 April 1913 in Roman Catholic Cathedral, Westminster, Middlesex, England.
     Francis died in Guildford, Surrey, England.

Child of Col Francis William Dawson and Mary Dempster

Isabella Frances Dawson

(before March 1754 - before 11 March 1775)
     Isabella Frances Dawson was born before March 1754. She was the daughter of Rev William Dawson and Elizabeth Robinson.
     Isabella died before 11 March 1775 in Clayworth, Nottinghamshire. She was buried on 11 March 1775 in Clayworth.

James Hooper Dawson

(2 April 1806 - 11 June 1861)
     James Hooper Dawson was christened on 2 April 1806 in Morebattle, Roxburghshire, Scotland. He was the son of John Dawson and Katherine Hooper.
     James was educated at the Inner Temple, London. He was led to the Bar on 3 July 1829.
     James Hooper Dawson married Barbara Hall Dawson on 26 July 1844 in Crookham, Northumberland, England. Married - at Crookham, on the 26th July, by the Rev Adam Thomson, D D, Coldstream, J Hooper Dawson, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, to Barbara, eldest daughter of William Dawson, Esq., Wark.
     He was appointed Chief Clerk and Registrar of the Supreme Court, and Clerk of the Circuit Court, of the Island of Newfoundland on 27 Nov 1846.
     James was was editor of the Kelso chronicle, author of several works, including "The Legitimate Consequences of Reform". The Kelso chronicle, was the successor of the British chronicle, established in 1783 by his grandfather, an eminent Border farmer. He was a member of the English bar, but relinquished his professiion and took to literary pursuits, for which he was well adapted, being a man of acquirements. At the time of his death, which happened suddenly at Dumfries in 1861, he was engaged on duty as examiner of registers for the southern districts of Scotland, an office for which was well qualified, as his masterly reports from time to time restified. Mr Dawson was the author of an abridged statistical account of Scotland, which is a monument to his industry, as well as proof of his ability, both as a writer and a statistician. in Roxburghshire.
     James Hooper Dawson was recorded on the 1851 census in Kelso, Roxburghshire. James Hooper Dawson, 44, barrister at Law, born England; wife Barbara, 32, born England, daughters Elizabeth Ann 5, born England, Kathrine Hooper 5 months, born Kelso, Roxburghshire, Christian Dawsonm sister in law, 16, born England with 2 servants.
     James died The University of Glasgow in their website Scottish way of birth & death lists the Examiners who were responsible for the registrars accuracy: The son of a farmer and landed proprietor, James Hooper Dawson was born in the parish of Morebattle, Roxburghshire, on 2 April 1806. He was a barrister by profession, but also edited the Kelso Chronicle and published two books, An Abridged Statistical History of Scotland (1853) and The Abridged Statistical History of the Scottish Counties (1862). He and his wife Barbara lived in Kelso with their six daughters. He was appointed examiner for the Dumfries District in 1855, and continued to serve as examiner until he died, aged 55, in 1861.
The Dundee advertiser on 14 Jun 1861 reported: At Dumfries on the 11th inst, Mr James Hooper Dawson, proprietor & editor of the "Kelso Chronicle" and well known as a lecturer and in other capacities in various districts of Scotland. In early life Mr Kelso became a amember of the English bar; but being a keen liberal polititician and a ready and lively writer, he was induced, about 25 years ago, to take charge of the liberal paper that been shortly before established at Kelso in his native district, where he had many friends and connections. With one or two intervals, during one of which he acted as Clerk of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland, he continued in the active management of the "elso Chronicle" until the end. Mr Dawson belonged to an old and respected Border family, his grandfather being the well-known Dawson of Frogden, the introducer of turnip drill husbandy. He was a fluent and sprightly writer and personally one of the most cheerful, amiable and honourable of men
on 11 June 1861 in Dumfries, Dumfiriesshire, aged 55.

Children of James Hooper Dawson and Barbara Hall Dawson

Jamima Hooper Dawson

(14 May 1857 - )
     Jamima Hooper Dawson was born on 14 May 1857 in Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of James Hooper Dawson and Barbara Hall Dawson.

Johanna Barbara Dawson

(12 July 1855 - October 1871)
     Johanna Barbara Dawson was born on 12 July 1855 At Kelso, on the 12 instant, Mrs J Hooper Dawson, of a daughter in Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of James Hooper Dawson and Barbara Hall Dawson.
     Johanna died At Leghorn, on the 7th inst, Joanna Barbara, fourth surviving daughter of the late James Hooper Dawson, Esq., proprietor and editor of the "Kelso chronicle", aged 16 years in October 1871 in Leghorn, Italy?, aged 16.

John Dawson

(24 July 1765 - 15 March 1829)
     John Dawson was born on 24 July 1765 in Linton, Roxburghshire, Scotland. He was the son of William Dawson of Frogden. John was a farmer.
     John Dawson married Katherine Hooper, daughter of James Hooper and Katherine Saxon, on 22 June 1801 in St George, Hanover Square, Westminster. John Dawson, esq, of Morebattle Tofts, in the shire of Roxburgh, North Britain, bachelor, & Katherine Hooper of this parish, spinster, were married in this church by licence 22nd June 1801 by me Thomas Poole Hooper, AM. Both signed in the presence of George Dawson & William Dawson.
     John died on 15 March 1829 in Crookedshaws, Hounam?, Roxburghshire, Scotland, aged 63. A memorial at Hounam, Roxburgh, Sct states: Sacred to the memory of John Dawson, Esq of Crookedshaws born 24 July 1765 and died 15 March 1829, also Katharine his wife born 4 June 1779 and died 7 June 1858 Katherine Hooper their daughter born 11 July 1803 died 3 Feb 1841 and five children who died in infancy.

Children of John Dawson and Katherine Hooper

Katherine Hooper Dawson

(11 July 1803 - 3 February 1841)
     Katherine Hooper Dawson was also known as Kate in records. She was christened on 11 July 1803 in Morebattle, Roxburghshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of John Dawson and Katherine Hooper.
     Katherine died on 3 February 1841 in Scotland aged 37.

Katherine Hooper Dawson

(1850 - December 1873)
     Katherine Hooper Dawson was born in 1850 in Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of James Hooper Dawson and Barbara Hall Dawson.
     Katherine died At 2 Osborne-terrace, Balmoral, Belfast, Catherine? Hooper Dawson, daughte of the late James Hooper, Esq, of Kelso, Barristoer of the Inner Temple in December 1873 in Belfast, Antrim, Ireland.

Kathleen Dawson

(1925 - )
     Kathleen Dawson was born in 1925. She was the daughter of Albert Sissons Dawson and Beatrice Ellen Cheeseman.

Margaret Dawson

(circa 1852 - )
     Margaret Dawson was born circa 1852 in England. She was the daughter of James Hooper Dawson and Barbara Hall Dawson.

Margery Dawson

(before 1720 - )
     Margery Dawson was born before 1720 in Scotland.
     Margery Dawson married Robert Hooper, son of Robert Hooper and Mary Japhray, on 24 June 1735 in Ednam, Roxburghshire, Scotland. June 7 1735 compeared Robert Happer and Margery Dauson both in this parish and gave up their names for proclamation in order to marriage and consigned 12 sh for the poor. June 24 Robert Haper and Mergery Dauson was married.

Children of Margery Dawson and Robert Hooper

Mary Dawson

( - 1770)
     Mary Dawson was born in Castle Dawson, Magherafelt, Londonderry, Ireland.
     Mary Dawson married Henry Hamilton, son of Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne and Elizabeth Brooke, on 27 October 1722. He left issue, See Burke's Peerage. His daughter Maria married Sir George Dunbar, Bart. of Mochrum and d.s.p.
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     Mary died in 1770.

Child of Mary Dawson and Henry Hamilton

Mary Dawson

(12 August 1738 - December 1825)
     Mary Dawson was born on 12 August 1738 in Ireland. She was the sister of the Ist Earl of Portarlington and daughter of Harry Dawson, Baron.
     Mary Dawson married Mervyn Archdall, son of Nicholas Montgomery and Angel Archdall, in 1762.
     Mary died in December 1825 in Dublin, Ireland, aged 87.

Children of Mary Dawson and Mervyn Archdall

Mary Dawson

(circa 1718 - before 28 September 1785)
     Mary Dawson was born circa 1718.
     A marriage settlement between Mary Dawson and Thomas Stanser was made on 18 September 1753 in Grantham, Lincolnshire. (1) Thomas Stanser the elder of Grantham, glazier, and Thomas Stanser the younger of Grantham, grocer, his only son and heir apparent.
(2) Mary Dawson of Grantham, spinster, devisee named in the will of Mary Dawson her late aunt.
(3) Henry Wolstenholme of Grantham, yeoman, and John Hutchinson the elder of Grantham, yeoman.
Marriage intended between Thomas Stanser the younger and (2).
(1) release to (3) property as in 1.PG/2/1/18/18 above in trust.
(2) releases to (3) property as in 1.PG/2/1/18/14 above in trust.
All the property to be held, from the marriage, to the use of Thomas Stanser the younger for his life; then to the use of (2) for her life as jointure, and from the determination of those estates, to the use of (3) in trust to preserve contingent uses, then to the use of the first and other sons of Thomas and Mary and their heirs male successively; and for default of such to the use of the daughters of Thomas and Mary, as tenants in common; and for default of such, the property released by (1) to be to the use of the right heirs of Thomas Stanser the younger for ever, and the property released by (2) to be to the use of the right heirs of Mary Dawson for ever
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     Mary Dawson married Thomas Stanser, son of Thomas Stanser and Clara Cole, on 23 September 1753 in Grantham, LIN. A marriage settlement was dated the next day.
     Mary died before 28 September 1785 in Grantham. She was buried on 28 September 1785 in Grantham. Mary wife of Thos Stanser of Grantham, aged 67.

Children of Mary Dawson and Thomas Stanser

Mary Frances Gladys Dawson

(circa 1886 - 2 April 1962)
     Mary Frances Gladys Dawson was commonly known as Gladys. She was born circa 1886 in Madras, India. She was the daughter of Col Francis William Dawson and Mary Dempster. Mary Frances Gladys Dawson was listed as a boarder in the 1901 census in 32 Park Tce, Paddington, London..
     Mary Frances Gladys Dawson married Col William Maxwell Fenning on 6 November 1907 in Trivandrum, Kerala, India.
     Mary Frances Gladys Dawson was on the passenger list of the "SS Herefordshire" dated 15 May 1921 from Rangoon, Burma. Lt Col. Mrs & child Fenning; adress C/- rindley, Parliament St, London.
     Mary Frances Gladys Dawson and Col William Maxwell Fenning lived at 'Glynde', 22 St Alban's Rd, Bedford, Bedfordshire, from 1929.
     Mary Frances Gladys Dawson made a will dated 8 March 1961. She appointed her sons Lawrence Francis Maxwell Fenning and Dennis Maxwell Fenning as executors, leaving all her property to Dennis, including pictures and £2000 to Lawrence, the balance of the estate to R A Knight and his wife M E Knight, both of 58 Holly Walk, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire.
     Mary died on 2 April 1962 in 58 Holly Walk, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England.

Children of Mary Frances Gladys Dawson and Col William Maxwell Fenning

Richard Dawson

(23 March 1672/73 - )
     Richard Dawson was christened on 23 March 1672/73 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Dawson and Thomasin Popplewell.

Robert Dawson

(14 April 1676 - )
     Robert Dawson was christened on 14 April 1676 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Dawson and Thomasin Popplewell.

Robinson Dawson

(before April 1756 - before 3 April 1782)
     Robinson Dawson was born before April 1756. He was the son of Rev William Dawson and Elizabeth Robinson. Robinson Dawson witnessed Thomas Bowker and Elizabeth Dawson's wedding on 10 March 1778 in St Peter, Clayworth, Nottinghamshire.
     Robinson died before 3 April 1782 in Clayworth, Nottinghamshire. He was buried on 3 April 1782 in Clayworth, NTT. Robinson Bowker, batchelor, aged 26, son of Rev Wm Dawson, Rector.

Son Dawson

(8 November 1810 - )
     Son Dawson was born on 8 November 1810 in Morebattle Tofts, Roxburghshire. He was the son of John Dawson and Katherine Hooper.

son Dawson

(8 January 1812 - )
     Son Dawson was born on 8 January 1812 in Morebattle Tofts, Roxburghshire. He was the son of John Dawson and Katherine Hooper.

Son Dawson

(5 November 1818 - )
     Son Dawson was born on 5 November 1818 in Morebattle Tofts, Roxburghshire. He was the son of John Dawson and Katherine Hooper.

Thomas Dawson

(before 1640 - )
     Thomas Dawson was born before 1640.
     Thomas Dawson married Thomasin Popplewell, daughter of David Popplewell and Jane Brewer, on 7 March 1659/60 in Belton, Lincolnshire. Thomas was supervisor in the will of Jane Brewer dated 23 July 1670.

Children of Thomas Dawson and Thomasin Popplewell

Wilhelmina Christina Dawson

(September 1847 - 18 July 1867)
     Wilhelmina Christina Dawson's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1847 in Glendale RD, Northumberland, England. She was the daughter of James Hooper Dawson and Barbara Hall Dawson.
     Wilhelmina died At Canaan/Cannon Grove, Morningside, Edinburgh, on the 18th inst, Wilhelmina Christina, second daughter of the late James Hooper Dawson, Esq., of Kelso, of the Inner Temple, London, barrister at law, aged 20 years on 18 July 1867 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, aged 19.

William Dawson

(circa 1752? - )
     William Dawson was born circa 1752? A William Dawson, son of William & Elizabeth was born and baptised 18 Aug 1746 at Long Sutton; another was baptised 08 May 1746 at Long Torrington in Lincolnshire. He was the son of Rev William Dawson and Elizabeth Robinson.
     William Dawson was mentioned in the will of Rev William Dawson dated 28 June 1791.
     William Dawson and Thomas Bowker were mentioned in a deed dated between December 1797 and 1798. Conveyance by William Dawson of Mattersey, Nottinghamshire, gentleman, Thomas Bowker of Yaxley, Huntingdonshire, tanner and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Barker of Mattersey Bell, gentleman and Frances Isabella his wife, children of William Dawson, and William Dawson's executors, to George Wooler of Fawnlees, Wolsingham, Co Durham, esquire.

William Dawson

     William Dawson was the son of John Dawson and Katherine Hooper.

Rev William Dawson

(before 13 March 1718 - 13 March 1792)
     Rev William Dawson was born before 13 March 1718. He may have been born at Gateshead as he leaves property there to his son William. Venn states that he was of Middlesex. A William Dawson, son of Wm Dawson was baptised at Gatesheadk 20 April 1719.
To explore: Thomas DAWSON, felt-maker, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
Date of probate: 27 March 1744
Administration again granted 31 Mar 1744
will, 18 March 1744 (DPR/I/1/1744/D2/1)
will, with 31 Mar 1744 memorandum relating that administration was again granted with the will annexed to Jane Thompson, sister of Ellinor Dawson, widow and prior executrix, during the minorities of Elizabeth and William Dawson.
     William matriculated at Peterhouse College, Cambridge University, between 4 April 1737 and 1746. Camb. M.A., Fellow Peterhouse 1741-6. There was another William at Jesus College. They were both ordained at Lincoln in 1741. William was the vicar at Ainderby Steeple, Yorkshire, England, from 1743-1747. He was ordained deacon on 20 Sep 1741 at Buckden, Hunts, and priest on 19 Dec 1742, at Westminster. He resigned from Ainderby on 17 March 1749.
     Rev William Dawson married Elizabeth Robinson on 29 October 1745 in Tydd St Mary, Lincolnshire. William was the Curate at Yaxley, Huntingdonshire, in 1757. William was the Rector at Clayworth, Nottinghamshire, from 1757 to 1792. In May 1782 he officiated at a christening at Mattersey. On 30 November 1775 Rev William Dawson leased property. Leases by the Dean and Chapter of Durham of a piece of waste ground near Gateshead, containing 1a 3r 0p bounded by the property as in DX521/3/1-2 on the east, the turnpike road from Gateshead to Durham on the west, the road leading by Sir Benjamin Rawlings' allotment on the south-west and a road near the claypits on the north; This property was enfranchised by the Dean and Chapter in 1808 and added to the Deckham Hall estate.
FILE - Leased to Reverend William Dawson of Clayworth, Nottinghamshire, clerk, for 21 years.
     Rev William Dawson made a will dated 28 June 1791 in Clayworth. The Rev William Dawson's will mentioned that he had by a certain bond or obligation bearing date c 5 April 1777 secured an annuity of £50 for and during the term of the natural life of his son William Dawson, property at Deckham Hall in the parish of Gateshead, co. Durham, his croftstead or orchard at Clayworth late in the occupation of Thomas Dobson, and that his son-in-law Mr Thomas Bowker was to receive the sum of £200 ... said £200 together with what he advanced him on the marriage of his daughter Elizabeth was to be his share, his daughter Frances Isabella the wife of Mr John Barker, and his grandson Thomas and grand-daughters Isabella Frances & Elizabeth the children of my said daughter Frances Isabella. He added a codicil to his will on 27 February 1792. He left his son in law Thomas Bowker an extra £300.
     William died on 13 March 1792 in Clayworth, NTT. Alabaster plaque in the south wall of the Bell tower, St Peter's Clayworth: Near this place are deposited the remains of the Revd William Dawson who departed this life the 13 of March 1792, aged 74 years. He was rector of this parish 28 years. Also the remains of Thomas Bowker Esq., son-in-law, to the Revd William Dawson, who departed this life the 4 of March 1802, aged 59 years. He was buried on 17 March 1792 in near the bell tower at St Peter's church, Clayworth.
     His will was proved on 1 August 1792 at Nottingham. An unknown person was mentioned as deceased in a deed dated between December 1797 and 1798. Conveyance by William Dawson of Mattersey, Nottinghamshire, gentleman, Thomas Bowker of Yaxley, Huntingdonshire, tanner and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Barker of Mattersey Bell, gentleman and Frances Isabella his wife, children of William Dawson, and William Dawson's executors, to George Wooler of Fawnlees, Wolsingham, Co Durham, esquire.

Children of Rev William Dawson and Elizabeth Robinson