Warin de Lisle

( - 16 August 1361)
     Warin de Lisle was born in England. He was the son of Warin de Lisle and Alice Tyes.
     Warin died on 16 August 1361. He had no issue and his nephew Warin was his heir.

Warin de Lisle 2nd Baron

(circa 1333 - 28 June 1382)
     Warin de Lisle 2nd Baron bore arms: Gules, a lion passant, argent, crowned, or. He was born circa 1333 in England. He was the son of Gerard de Lisle and Eleanor Strange.
     Warin de Lisle 2nd Baron married Margaret Pipard.
     A deed dated 13 Nov 1364: (1) Gerard del Isle, knight; (2) Edmund de Chelreye; (3) Warin del Isle, knight, son and heir of Gerard. Sun. after All Saints, 38 Edw. III - Whereas Gerard granted to Edmund an annuity of 40s. and a robe, for his life, from his manors of Kyngestone and Hordewelle, Edmund has granted that he will not demand the said annuity from Warin. Warin was summoned as baron to parliament from 6 April 1369 to 24 May 1382. Like his father, he participated in the great martial achievements of Edw III. From King Edward he obtained licence to make a castle of his house in Shirbourne Oxford on 6 April 1369.
     Richard [Canter]bury and Peter Favelore, chaplain; and Sir Warin de Insula, knight, and Margaret his wife. Thurs. in Whitsun week, 43 Edw. III
Richard and Peter have granted to Warin and Margaret the manors of Kyngestone and Favelore as fully as they had them by the grant of Warin, to them and their male issue, with remainder to Gerard son of Warin and Margaret and his male issue, and Warin's right heirs.
Witnesses: Thomas de la Mare, Gilbert Shotesbroke, John Clet, John Waldene, John Bulccote, John Ektone, John Fynk.
     Warin de Insula, knight, and Margaret his wife; and William Stowe and Richard Herbard. Sat. the feast of St. Barnabas, 47 Edw. III
Warin and Margaret have appointed William and Richard to receive seisin of the manors of Kyselyngbury (Northants.), of Draycote, Chiltone and Levertone (Wilts.), of Kyngestone del Isle, Faulore and Bathelkyng (Berks.), and of Shirbourne (Oxon.), with the appurtenances except the advowson of Kyselyngbury.
     Walter atte Hale, parson of Kislingbury, Henry Beek and Peter [de Favelore]..; and Sir Warin de Insula, knight, and Margaret his wife. Wed. after the nativity of John the Baptist, 47 Edw. III
Walter, Henry and Peter have granted to Warin and Margaret their manors of Kyngestone Isle, Favelore and Bathelkyng (Berks.), of Chiltone and Levertone... (Wilts. and Berks.), and of Shirbourne (Oxon.), which they had by grant of Warin; to them and Warin's male issue, with remainder to Warin's right heirs.
Witnesses: Sir Robert Symeon, Sir John Golafre, Sir Peter Coke, knights, Gilbert Shotesbroke, William Heycroft, John..., Richard Herbard.
     Warin de Lisle 2nd Baron married secondly Joan Wyse after 1376.
     In I Rich II [1377-8] he was also in the wars in France.
     Warin died on 28 June 1382 in Shirbourne, Oxfordshire.
     Warin de Lisle 2nd Baron was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held on 30 June 1382. Writ 30 June 6 Rich II : Held land by Margaret his wife deceased. Died Sat after the nativity of John the Baptist 6 Rich II (1382), Margaret wife of Thomas de Berkelye, Kt. his daughter by the said Margaret his wife is their next heir, she is 20 years or more. Land in Middlesex held with wife Joan. He died 28 June last, heir as above of full age.

Child of Warin de Lisle 2nd Baron and Margaret Pipard

William de Lisle

(say 1340 - before June 1428)
     William de Lisle was born say 1340. He was the son of John de Lisle 2nd Baron and Maud or Matilda Grey.
     He was Lord of Camelton & Shefford. Granted the manor of Campton in 1377 by his brother for whom in 1390 he acted as attorney. In 1414/5, Henry V granted to William Lisle chivaler, maintenance in the King's College of Windsor in consideration of his great poverty in his old age. He died before June 1428. See Cokayne p 78. In 1340 there was an elder brother John [Yorks feet of fines Mich 1340].
     William died before June 1428.

Marguerite de Tourettes

(1870? - )
     Marguerite de Tourettes was born in 1870? In New Zealand. She may be the Margaret born in 1870.
     Marguerite de Tourettes married Thomas George Sargeant, son of John Jeffrey Sargeant and Sarah Jane Norris, in 1902.

Children of Marguerite de Tourettes and Thomas George Sargeant

Henry Deacon

     Henry Deacon married Jane Squirrell, daughter of William Freeman Squirrell and Susan Ward, on 5 July 1860 in Bildeston, Suffolk. She was married to Harry DAKIN \ DEACON. Children were: Harry Freeman DEACON, George DEACON, Roger DEACON, Emily DEACON, William Squirrell DEACON, Agnes DEACON, Alice DEACON, Harry DEACON.

Robert Gordon Deacon

(26 January 1993 - )
     Robert Gordon Deacon was born on 26 January 1993 in Belleville, Ontario, Canada.

Sarah Deacon

(2 April 1815 - September 1891)
     Sarah Deacon was christened on 2 April 1815 in Peterborough, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of Bartholomew & Mary.
     The marriage of Sarah Deacon and George Bowker, son of David Bowker and Elizabeth Doggit, was registered in Peterborough RD, in the September 1837 quarter.
     Sarah Deacon and George Bowker appeared on the 1841 census in Stanground. George Booker, 20 cordwainer, Sarah 20, Deacon 11 months, all born in the county.
     Sarah Deacon and George Bowker were recorded on the 1851 census in Stanground. George Bowker, head, sluice keeper aged 34, born Stanground, with his wife Sarah, aged 36, born Peterborough and their family Deacon aged 19, Elizabeth aged 8, born at Stanground, and Martha Preston, servant.
     Sarah Deacon and George Bowker appeared on the 1861 census in Stanground, Huntingdonshire. George Bowker, head, 44, sluice keeper, born Stanground, his wife Sarah aged 46, born Peterborough and daughter Elizabeth aged 18, born Farcett, Hunts, the Turner family are living with them. Sarah Deacon was listed as Deacon Bowker's mother in the 1871 census in GE Railway Station, St Ives, Huntingdonshire. Deacon Bowker, head, 30, GER station master, born Stanground, Cambs. with his wife Ann, 26, station master's wife, born Huntindon, Hunts, Sarah Bowker, married, mother, 56, retired farmer's wife, born Peterborough, Nth and Elizabeth Bowker, sister, annuitant, born Stanground, Cambs, and a general servant. Sarah Deacon was listed as George Edward Inger's mother-in-law in the 1881 census in 7 High St, Nottingham. Sarah Deacon was listed as George Edward Inger's mother-in-law in the 1891 census in 5 Melbourne Rd, Leicester, Leicestershire.
     Sarah's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1891 in Leicester, Leicestershire.

Children of Sarah Deacon and George Bowker

Ann Dean

(circa 1780? - )
     Ann Dean was born circa 1780? In Scotland.
     Ann Dean married John MacPherson, son of John MacPherson and Jean Stuart, on 8 September 1801 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. John McP in Belniden & Ann Dean. Ann was present at William MacPherson's christening on 9 July 1808 in Kirkmichael, BAN, SCT. Ann was present at Ann MacPherson's christening on 5 June 1811 in Kirkmichael, BAN, SCT. Ann was present at Catherine MacPherson's christening on 19 January 1815 in Kirkmichael, BAN, SCT. Ann was present at Charlotte MacPherson's christening on 26 May 1818 in Kirkmichael, BAN, SCT.

Children of Ann Dean and John MacPherson

Annie Dean

(1899 - 1962)
     Annie Dean was born in 1899 in Maryborough, Victoria. She was the daughter of James (Henry James) Dean & Annie nee Jones.
     Annie Dean married Peter McDonald Robertson, son of Peter Robertson and Harriet Isabel Bursill, in 1917 in Victoria.
     Annie died in 1962 in Maryborough, Victoria.

Child of Annie Dean and Peter McDonald Robertson

Bonnie Isabel Dean

(1907 - 1960)
     Bonnie Isabel Dean was born in 1907 in Maryborough, Victoria. She was the daughter of Robert Frederick Dean and Isabella Robertson.
     Bonnie Isabel Dean married Clarence Rains in 1931 in Victoria.
     Bonnie died in 1960 in Geelong, Victoria.

Ivy Ellen Dean

(circa 1893 - 1955)
     Ivy Ellen Dean was born circa 1893.
     Ivy Ellen Dean married David Alexander Armstrong Robertson, son of Duncan Robertson and Isabella Sinclair, in 1912 in Maryborough, Victoria.
     Ivy and David were registered as David McPherson Robertson, butcher. At the same address were: Arthur William, Ivy Ellen, Robert with Nellie & Ronald at no. 24 at 16 Darling Rd, Maryborough, Victoria, on the 1937 electoral roll.
     Ivy died in 1955 in Geelong, Victoria.

Children of Ivy Ellen Dean and David Alexander Armstrong Robertson

Mary Ann Sophia Elizabeth Dean

(before 1850 - )
     Mary Ann Sophia Elizabeth Dean was born before 1850 in Camden Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
     Mary Ann Sophia Elizabeth Dean married Percival Wilkes Dempster, son of John Smith Dempster and Catherine Lee Wafford, on 5 October 1868 in St Pancras, London, Middlesex, England.
     Mary Ann Sophia Elizabeth Dean and Percival Wilkes Dempster appeared on the 1871 census in 1a Murray Street, St Pancras, London. Ansell Dean 45, head, salesman born CamdenTown; with his children Henry Dean aged 18, baker, Francis Dean aged 16, Agnes F Dean aged 13 and Mary A S E Dempster aged 20 all born at Camden and her husband Percival W Dempster, aged 30, chemists assistant, born Chiswick.
     Mary Ann Sophia Elizabeth Dean and Percival Wilkes Dempster appeared on the 1881 census in 1A Murray Street, St Pancras, London, Middlesex, England. Percival W Dempster, head, aged 40, born Turnham Green, writer General Register & Record Office of Shipping and seamen; Mary Ann S E, wife, aged 30, born Camden Town; James H, son, aged 10; Ansell P, son, aged 9; John A, son, aged 8, Herbert F, aged 6; Horace S, aged 2; Florence A, daughter, aged 8 months, all children born at Camden Town. His widowed father in law, Ansell Dean, aged 55 born Camden Town, Middlesex, fruit salesman, foreman, was living with them.
     Mary Ann Sophia Elizabeth Dean appeared on the 1891 census in 51 Russell Rd, Tottenham, London. Mary A Dempster, widow 40, with her children Kate 22, music teacher, James 20 clerk, Herbert 16 grocer, Horace 12, Florence 10, Ada 8 and Adam 6, all born at Camden Town, Beatrice 3 born Tottenham.

Children of Mary Ann Sophia Elizabeth Dean and Percival Wilkes Dempster

Robert Duncan Dean

(1902 - )
     Robert Duncan Dean was born in 1902 in Maryborough, Victoria. He was the son of Robert Frederick Dean and Isabella Robertson.

Robert Frederick Dean

(1875 - 1950)
     Robert Frederick Dean was born in 1875 in Maryborough, Victoria.
     Robert Frederick Dean married Isabella Robertson, daughter of Duncan Robertson and Isabella Sinclair, in 1901 in Maryborough, Victoria.
     Robert died in 1950 in Geelong West, Victoria.

Children of Robert Frederick Dean and Isabella Robertson

Sarah Ann Dean

(circa 1802 - 6 November 1858)
     Sarah Ann Dean was born circa 1802 in Mattersey, Nottinghamshire.
     Sarah Ann Dean married Joseph Rich, son of Amor Rich and Mary Turner, on 18 September 1823 in Mattersey, Nottinghamshire. Sarah was present at Caroline Rich's christening on 20 September 1824 in Mattersey, NTT.
     Sarah Ann Dean and Joseph Rich were recorded on the 1851 census in Mattersey. Joseph Rich, head, married, aged 49, schoolmaster, born Firbeck, Sarah Ann, wife, aged 49 born Mattersea, and their grand-daughter Mary Ann Webster, aged 6 born Knasbrough?, Ntt.
     Sarah died of consumption on 6 November 1858 in Mattersey, NTT.

Child of Sarah Ann Dean and Joseph Rich

Susan Dean

(14 March 1940 - 1996)
     Susan Dean was born on 14 March 1940 in Knutsford, Cheshire, England.
     Susan died in 1996.

Estwick Ebenezer Deane

     Estwick Ebenezer Deane married Ilma Kathleen Ashby, daughter of Andrew A Ashby and Annie Beatrice Bentham.

Unknown Deane

     Unknown Deane married daughter Steer, daughter of William Steer and Ann Rastall.

George Deare

( - 1851)
     George Deare married Jane Euphemia Murray, daughter of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor and Ellen Butler O'Connor, on 27 October 1850 in Drummondville, Ontario, Canada. On the 27th ult at Drummondville, near the Falls of Niagara, Canada West, George Deare, Esq, Captain Royal Canadian Rifles, to Jane Euphemia, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant General John Murray, for many years Governor of Demerara.
     George died He was buried at Niagara on the Lake in 1851 in Ontario, Canada.

Amos Harold Deas

(1896 - 15 September 1991?)
     Amos Harold Deas was born in 1896 in South Melbourne, Victoria. He was the son of William Deas and Annie Richardson.
     Amos died on 15 September 1991?.

Amy Helen Deas

(1889 - )
     Amy Helen Deas was born in 1889 in South Melbourne, Victoria. She was the daughter of William Deas and Annie Richardson.
     Amy Helen Deas married Michael James Percival Toohey, son of Patrick Toohey and Mary Dooley, in 1912 in Victoria.

Child of Amy Helen Deas and Michael James Percival Toohey

Daisy Devanah Deas

(1893 - 1897)
     Daisy Devanah Deas was born in 1893 in Alberton, Victoria. She was the daughter of William Deas and Annie Richardson.
     Daisy died in 1897 in South Melbourne, Victoria.

David Deas

     David Deas married Helen Scott in 1859 in Victoria.

Children of David Deas and Helen Scott

Ethel May Deas

(1886 - 1889)
     Ethel May Deas was born in 1886 in Melbourne, Victoria. She was the daughter of William Deas and Annie Richardson.
     Ethel died in 1889 in South Melbourne, Victoria.

George Hunter Deas

(1863 - )
     George Hunter Deas was born in 1863 in South Melbourne, Victoria. He was the son of David Deas and Helen Scott.

James Deas

(1865 - )
     James Deas was born in 1865 in South Melbourne, Victoria. He was the son of David Deas and Helen Scott.

Margaret Deas

(1860 - )
     Margaret Deas was born in 1860 in South Melbourne, Victoria. She was the daughter of David Deas and Helen Scott.

Ruby Maud Deas

(1892 - )
     Ruby Maud Deas was born in 1892 in South Melbourne, Victoria. She was the daughter of William Deas and Annie Richardson.

Sylia Annie Deas

(1899 - )
     Sylia Annie Deas was born in 1899 in Essendon, Victoria. She was the daughter of William Deas and Annie Richardson.

William Deas

(1861 - 1925)
     William Deas was born in 1861 in South Melbourne, Victoria. He was the son of David Deas and Helen Scott.
     William Deas married Annie Richardson, daughter of Edward? Richardson, in 1885 in Victoria.
     William died in 1925 in Footscray, Victoria.

Children of William Deas and Annie Richardson