Robert Emslie

(12 May 1753 - )
     Robert Emslie was christened on 12 May 1753 in Premnay, Aberdeenshire. He was the son of John Emslie and Elspet Coupland.

Robert Emslie

(6 June 1796 - )
     Robert Emslie was christened on 6 June 1796 in Forbes & Nearn, Tullynessle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. He was the son of Joseph Emslie.

Samuel Emslie

(circa 1770? - before 1841)
     Samuel Emslie was born circa 1770? In Aberdeenshire, Scotland. He was the son of Patriarch Peter? Emslie.
     Samuel Emslie married Elizabeth Jamieson on 7 February 1792 in Premnay, Aberdeenshire. Samuel was a farmer. Thomas Gordon of Premnay was the proprietor of Lickleyhead, Barnes, Newton & Overhall in 1770. The Prdnanace survey books state: Harestone was: A very fine substantial farmsteading situated a little north of the Premnay Inn, the property of H. Lumsden Esq. Clova. Auchleven was a small village in the parish of Premnay, situated a little west from the centre of the parish and at the foot of Benachie. There is nothing of any note connected with it though the old castle of Licklyhead is close to it. There is also a small mound in form resembling the Bass of Inverurie, which stands in the village but no authentic information can be procured respecting it. It is called the Castle Hillock, though I can't understand how it derived that name unless it be from the Castle of Licklyhead. The village contains a Carding Mill, (corn) Mill, Grocers Shop, Smithy &c. Stone Cists and Urns have been found near the village. It is a small straggling village composed in general of very inferior houses.
Edingarioch was described as: A very fine substantial farmsteading, situated near the village of Auchleven on the south side of the Gaudie. the property of H. Lumsden Esq. Clova.
Backbrae was described as: An ordinary farmhouse with offices and garden attached, property of the heirs of the late Henry Lumsden Esqr..
     Samuel of Edingarroch in Premnay appears to have moved to Aberdeen between 1796 and 1802. The naming pattern suggests that his father was Peter or James, so possibly he is the brother of James who inherited the farm at Premnay, though born at Tullynessle. There is no Samuel Emslie listed in the Aberdeen directories.
     Samuel died before 1841. He may be the Samuel Emslie buried 1 Oct 1832 at St Peter's churchyard, Aberdeen. There is no corresponding entry in ScotlandsPeopel website.

Children of Samuel Emslie and Elizabeth Jamieson

Samuel Emslie

(2 June 1827 - 15 July 1888)
     Samuel Emslie was christened on 2 June 1827 in St Nicholas, Aberdeen. John Emslie, coppersmith and his spouse Jane Stephen had a son born, named Samuel, baptised in presence of James Emslie & William Emslie. He was the son of John Emslie and Jane Stephen. Samuel was listed as the son of John Emslie in the 1861 census in 9 Diamond Street, Aberdeen. In three windowed rooms: John Emslie, aged 59, coppersmith, born Old Machar, Jane/Jean Stephen, wife, aged 63, coppersmith's wife, born Aberdeen, Samuel Emslie, son, unmarried, coppersmith's son, 31, born Aberdeen.
     Samuel Emslie appeared on the 1871 census in 3 Simpsons Court, Aberdeen, St Nicholas. Samuel Emslie, 42, head, unmarried, comb maker's labourer, born Aberdeen, 1 room. He and Jane Emslie, Peter Emslie, Elizabeth Ann Emslie, John Emslie and Elizabeth Binnie (Watson) were beneficiaries in John Emslie's will proved 1 December 1874 in Aberdeen. Samuel was a coppersmith in the 1880s, Aberdeen.
     Samuel Emslie appeared on the 1881 census in Simpsons Court, Aberdeen. Samuel Emslie, unmarried, aged 54, born Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, head, coppersmith.
     He may be: —At the Aberdeen Police Court yesterday Baillie Macdonald on the bench Samuel Emslie failed to appear answer to a charge of having been drunk and disorderly, and his bail of was declared forfeited.— Reorted in the Aberdeen Press and Journal Tuesday 24 Jan 1882..
     Samuel died of hemiplagia on 15 July 1888 in the City Poorhouse, Aberdeen, St Nicholas, aged 61. Samuel Emslie, coppersmith, single, at 7.40 a.m. ...? 6 Stronach Close, aged 61. Son of John Emslie, coppersmith, deceased and Jane Emslie, m.m. Stephen, deceased. Informant, M Dalgliesh, Governor; registered 18 July at Aberdeen by Charles Stronach. He was buried on 18 July 1888 in Nellfield Cemetery, Aberdeen.
     A Samuel Emslie was involved in a report in the Aberdeen Press and Journal 9 May 1894: Fire at Black’s Buildings. Shortly before eight on Friday night Mas Robertson, 6 Black’s Buildings, Woolmanhill, observed smoke issuing from attic room in that house, occupied by Samuel Emslie, labourer. She once gave the alarm, and on the room being entered it was found that the bed was on fire. The flames were promptly extinguished by James Dalgarno, neighbour, and the damage is very trifling. No one was in the room when the fire broke out..

Samuel Emslie

(13 August 1807 - before March 1851)
     Samuel Emslie was christened on 13 August 1807 in Old Machar, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire. He was the son of Samuel Emslie and Elizabeth Jamieson.
     Samuel Emslie married Helen Collie on 12 November 1831 in St Nicholas, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire. Samuel Elmslie & Helen Collie married at Aberdeen by the Rev William Keith?, miister of South parish, Aberdeen in the presence of these witnesses,John Collie, rope-maker and James Elmslie, silver smith, Aberdeen.
     Samuel Emslie and Helen Collie appeared on the 1841 census in Virginia St, Aberdeen East. Samuel Emslie, 32, shoemaker; Helen Emslie 30; Elizabeth Emslie 9 ; John, 6; Barbara 3; James M 3 m; all born Aberdeenshire.
     Samuel died before March 1851. He may be the Samuel Elmsle buried 26 Jun 1848 at St Peter's churchyard, Aberdeen.

Children of Samuel Emslie and Helen Collie

Samuel Emslie

(circa 1762 - 19 January 1836)
     Samuel Emslie was born circa 1762 He may be the Samuel, son of Samuel & Ann Law, born/baptised 5 Feb 1754 at Midmar..
     Samuel Emslie married Elizabeth Muil on 30 March 1806 in Midmar, Aberdeenshire. At Glenmuick, Tullich & Glengair parish on 30 March 1806: Robert Muil from Auchnaminee having given the Session Clek a pawn which was given the Treasurer by him; for Elizabeth Muil there and Samuel Emslie in the parish of Midmar: and were accordingly acclaimed. In the Midmar register: Samuel Emslie of this parish & Elizabeth Muil were contracted in order for marriage and married. It was also indexed as 30 Nov 1805 at Midmar..
     Samuel Emslie and Elizabeth Muil were mentioned in a deed dated 24 April 1824 in Linton, Cluny, Aberdeenshire. Deed of settlement of Samuel Emslie - appoints George Emslie, farmer in mill of Kenmay, Joseph Emslie of Camphill, merchant in Tarland; Alexander Emslie residing in Aberdeen; and the Rev Francis Muil one of the teachers in Gadins? Hospital as trustees and they to pay his wife Elizabeth Muil or Emslie an annuity of £50, has two sons - minors, dated 24 April 1824. Samuel Emslie was buried after 9 January 1830 in Old Kirk, Midmar, Aberdeenshire. Sacred/ to the memory of / Samuel Emslie/ of Tullochvenus who died 9 [19?] Jan 1830[1836]/ aged 73 years/ Elizabeth Muil/ his wife who died 4 Jan 1841/ aged 70 years /Their son James Emslie/ of Tullochvenus who died 20 December 1870 aged 62 years / and his wife Margaret D Emslie/ who died 16 April 1874 aged (57?) years / Also Elphinstone Leslie/ Ann Isabella Margaret / Elizabeth daughters of the above / James and Margaret Emslie / Who died (illegible) (?) April 1874 / (illegible) (?) aged (?) and (47?) years /
Respectively.

     Samuel died on 19 January 1836 in Tough, Aberdeenshire. This is probably the death of Mr Samuel Emslie of Parkhhill, aged 73, of debility, in the parish of Tough on 19 Jan 1836.
     His will was proved on 11 January 1837 at Aberdeenshire. Samuel Emslie, residing in Tullochvenus, (parish of Tough) thereafter residing at Linton in parish of Cluny. His will mentions George Emslie, farmer in Mill? of Kemnay, Joseph Emslie of Camphill, merchant in Tarrland?, Alexander Emslie, residing in Aberdeen and the Reverend Francis Muil? one of the teachers in Gadens? Hospital and the majority ... to the said George Emslie, Joseph Emslie.

Children of Samuel Emslie and Elizabeth Muil

Samuel Emslie

(before 7 January 1813 - )
     Samuel Emslie was born before 7 January 1813 in Corskie, Midmar, Aberdeenshire. He was christened on 7 January 1813 in Midmar. He was the son of Samuel Emslie and Elizabeth Muil.

Samuel Emslie

(say 1730 - )
     Samuel Emslie was born say 1730. A Sam was baptised at Alford 11 Dec 1772 as son of Alexander.
     Samuel Emslie married Anne Law on 18 March 1753 in Midmar, Aberdeenshire. The IGI gives James not Samuel.

Child of Samuel Emslie and Anne Law

Samuel Emslie

(9 January 1848 - 13 July 1915)
     Samuel Emslie was christened on 9 January 1848 in Rayne, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Leslie Emslie junior Margaret Steel had a son in uncleanness name Samuel, baptised 9 January 1848 before the Kirk Session. Born blank.. He was the son of Samuel Emslie and Margaret Steele. Samuel Emslie and Margaret Steele, Ann Steel, William Emslie and Jane Alexander Emslie were listed as the grandchildren of Peter Steele in the 1851 census in Wartle, Rayne.
     Samuel Emslie was a lodger in the household of Alexander Innes in the 1861 census in Meiiklewartle, Rayne. Alexr Inness, 27, head, farmer of 10 acres, Catherine Johnston, 59, mother, Margaret Inness, sister, 22, domestic servant, Margaret Steele, sister in law, 43, housekeeper, Jane Emslie, 71, daughter of Alexr, scholar!, Samuel Emslie, 13, labourer, lodger, Peter Emslie, 9, son of Alexr, Alexr Emslie 5, son, Margaret Emslie, 2, daughter, all born at Rayne.
     Samuel Emslie appeared on the 1871 census in Riddlehead, Rayne. Samuel Elmslie, 23, farm servant in the Cummings household.
     Samuel Emslie married Jessie Grant Ross on 17 June 1871 in Gartly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. On the 17 June 1871 at Coldwell Tol-bar?, parish of Gartly, after banns according to the established church; Samuel Emslie,farm servant, bachelor, 23, of ... W..., parish of Rayne, son of Leslie Emslie, agricultural laburer & Margaret Steele, domestic servant; to, Jessie Ross, domestic servant, spinster, 26, of Coldwell, parish of Garlty, daughter of Donald Ross, agricultural labourer and Jessie Ross, ....
     Samuel Emslie and Jessie Grant Ross appeared on the 1881 census in 7 East Thomas St, South Leith, Midlothian. Samuel Emslie, 33, omnibus driver, born Rayne, Aberdeenshire, his wife Jessie Emslie35, born Gartly, Abd; daughter Annie Emslie, 9, born Aberdeen.
     He may be: —At the Aberdeen Police Court yesterday Baillie Macdonald on the bench Samuel Emslie failed to appear answer to a charge of having been drunk and disorderly, and his bail of was declared forfeited.— Reorted in the Aberdeen Press and Journal Tuesday 24 Jan 1882..
     Samuel Emslie and Jessie Grant Ross appeared on the 1891 census in Aberdeen, St Nicholas. Sam Emslie, 45, shore labourer, born Rayne and his wife Jessie 45, born Kennethmont, Aberdeen.
     A Samuel Emslie was involved in a report in the Aberdeen Press and Journal 9 May 1894: Fire at Black’s Buildings. Shortly before eight on Friday night Mas Robertson, 6 Black’s Buildings, Woolmanhill, observed smoke issuing from attic room in that house, occupied by Samuel Emslie, labourer. She once gave the alarm, and on the room being entered it was found that the bed was on fire. The flames were promptly extinguished by James Dalgarno, neighbour, and the damage is very trifling. No one was in the room when the fire broke out..
     Samuel Emslie and Jessie Grant Ross appeared on the 1901 census in 74 John St, Aberdeen, St Nicholas RD, Aberdeenshire. Samuel Emslie, 56, railway carter, born Wartle, Aberdeenshire, wife Jessie, 52, born Aberdeenshire.
     Samuel died of sciatica, erysipelous, abcess of left leg on 13 July 1915 in 96 Gerrard? St, Aberdeen, Scotland, aged 67. Samuel Emslie, general carter?, married to Jessie Grant Ross, aged 66, son of Samuel Emslie, labourer (deceased) & Margaret Emslie m.s. Steele (deceased).

Child of Samuel Emslie and Jessie Grant Ross

Samuel Emslie

     Samuel Emslie was also known as Leslie in records.
     Samuel Emslie married Margaret Steele, daughter of Peter Steele and Margaret Sutor, circa 1848. Young Sam's father was given as Leslie and William's as William.

Child of Samuel Emslie and Margaret Steele

Samuel Emslie

(17 July 1851 - )
     Samuel Emslie was born on 17 July 1851 in Castle Fraser, Cluny, Aberdeenshire. He was the son of Peter Emslie and Ann Watt. Samuel Emslie was christened on 14 August 1851 in Cluny. Samuel was listed as the son of Peter Emslie in the 1861 census in Auchoch, New Deer. Peter Elmslie, 60, head, born Tough, "Frapper verman", with his wife Ann 50, born Bervie, Kincardineshire and son Samuel 10 born Cluny.
     Samuel Emslie married Jane Grant Calderhead in 1880 in Montrose, Angus.
     Samuel Emslie and Jane Grant Calderhead appeared on the 1881 census in Vale Cotage, Airth, Stirlingshire. Samuel Emslie, 29, railway clerk, born Cluny, Abd; wife Jane Grant, 25, born Morayshire.
     Samuel Emslie appeared on the 1891 census in Princes St, Thurso, Caithness. Samuel Emslie, aged 38, commercial traveller, born Cluny, Aberdeenshire was boarding with the Dock family..
     Samuel Emslie and Jane Grant Calderhead appeared on the 1901 census in Parkview Terrace, 4 Forfar Rd, St Andrew, Angus. Samuel Emslie, 49, fishing tackle maker born Cluny, Abd; wife Jane G, 45, born Lossiemouth, children Peter, 19, architect draughtsman, Annie 15, Fly dresser, Gertrude, 11, scholar (all 3 born at Alloa, Stirlingshire), Jessie, 9, born Stirling, Ann Calderhead, mother in law, widow, 81, annuitant, born Cromarty.

unnamed daughter Emslie

(21 October 1856 - )
     Unnamed daughter Emslie was born on 21 October 1856 in Keig, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of James Emslie and Isobel Beattie. Unnamed daughter Emslie was also known as Barbara in records. Andrew, James, Peter, Mary, Barbara, Betsy, John, Jessie and Alexander were listed as the children of James Emslie in the 1871 census in 4 North Broadford, Old Machar.

Unnamed [William?] Emslie

(1792 - )
     Unnamed [William?] Emslie was born in 1792 in Hareston, Premnay, Aberdeenshire. He was christened in 1792 in Premnay, Aberdeenshire. Emslie: 1792 Samuel Emslie in Hairston had by his wife Elizabeth Jamieson a child baptised by the name of .... He was the son of Samuel Emslie and Elizabeth Jamieson.

William Emslie

(11 September 1829 - )
     William Emslie was christened on 11 September 1829 in Premnay, Aberdeenshire. He was the son of James Emslie and Barbara Mitchell.
     William Emslie appeared on the 1841 census in the household of James Emslie and Barbara Mitchell in Backbrae, Premnay. Robert, William, Alexander, Isabel, George, John, Barbara and Ann were listed as the children of James Emslie in the 1851 census in Premnay.      
William Emslie emigrated before 1861 to America.

William Emslie

(before 8 October 1732 - )
     William Emslie was born before 8 October 1732 in Midmar, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. He was the son of John Emslie and Margaret Smith.

William Emslie

(before April 1826 - )
     William Emslie was born before April 1826 in Rayne, Aberdeenshire. He is possibly the son of William Emslie & Isobel Browne, born there 1 Nov 1831.
     William Emslie married Ann Steel, daughter of Peter Steele and Margaret Sutor, before 1847.
     William Emslie and Margaret Steele appeared on the 1871 census in Wartle, Rayne. William Emslie 45, head, born Rayne, railway ...man, Margaret Steele, 53, sister in law, housekeeper, Alexander Emslie, 15, son, scholar, Margaret Emslie, 13, scholar, William 11 months, boarder, all born at Rayne.

Children of William Emslie and Ann Steel

Children of William Emslie and Margaret Steele

William Emslie

(26 May 1847 - )
     William Emslie was born on 26 May 1847 in Rayne, Aberdeenshire. He was the son of William Emslie and Ann Steel. William Emslie was christened on 29 August 1847 in Rayne. He and Margaret Steele, Ann Steel, Samuel Emslie and Jane Alexander Emslie were listed as the grandchildren of Peter Steele in the 1851 census in Wartle, Rayne.

William Emslie

(circa 1806 - 14 January 1889)
     William Emslie was born circa 1806 in Aberdeenshire. He may be the William, son of James Emslie and Margaret Allan, who was baptised 18 August 1807 at Monymusk.
     William Emslie married Ann Booth on 30 May 1826 in Clatt, Aberdeenshire.
     William died on 14 January 1889 in Todwells, Premnay, Aberdeenshire.

William Beattie Emslie

(4 August 1869 - )
     William Beattie Emslie was born on 4 August 1869 in Old Machar, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. He was the son of James Emslie and Isobel Beattie.

Hannah Croucher Engeham

(6 November 1846 - 22 October 1902)
     Hannah Croucher Engeham was born on 6 November 1846 in Camberwell, Surrey. She (or her father) was a ward of the Crosbys.
     Hannah Croucher Engeham married Capt Samuel Handy Halahan, son of Robert Richard Halahan and Sophia Gibbs, on 18 June 1868 in Durham House, Forest Hill, St Giles, Camberwell, Surrey. Married by special licence. The marriage was registered in the church of St Michael, Stockwell.
     Hannah Croucher Engeham and Capt Samuel Handy Halahan appeared on the 1881 census in Thomas' Hill, Haighlands, Camberwell, Surrey, England. Samuel H. Halahan, married, 45, born East Indies, Captain Navy (Seaman), wife Hannah Halahan, 34 born Camberwell, Surrey and their children Kathleen W Halahan. 10 born Lewisham, Kent, Constance M Halahan, 9, Lewisham, Kent, Henrietta F Halahan, 9, Lewisham, Arthur C Halahan, 7, Lewisham, George C Halahan, 5, Lewisham, John C Halahan, 3, Camberwell, Surrey, Frederic C Halahan, 10 months, born Camberwell, with servants Elizabeth Bennett, 23, cook, born Bognor, Sussex, Elizabeth Stone, 24, housemaid, Coombe, Wiltshire, Elizabeth C Witton 26, nurse (domestic), Winfarthing, Norfolk, Kate B.Hase, 21, needlewoman, Norwich, Norfolk, Mary N N Athies, 19, nurse (domestic), Poplar, Middlesex.
     Hannah Croucher Engeham appeared on the 1881 census. Hannah Crosby, head, widow 71, born Hastings, Sussex, nephew Samuel C Halahan, single 11, scholar, born Forest Hill, Kent; with 4 serants ans a visitor Ellen L Halahan, single, 49, born East Indies, nurse (domestic).
     On the 16 Dec 1892, The London gazette advertised re the estate of Hannah Crosby, late of Durham House, Sydenham Rise, Forest Hill, Surrey, widow, deceased (who died 8 Nov 1892) and whose will was proved 12 Dec 1892 by Samuel Handy Halahan, Hannah Halahan and Edward Francis Turner, the executors....
     Hannah died on 22 October 1902 in 'Sydenhurst', Chiddingfold, Surrey, aged 55.
     The administration of her estate was granted on 16 December 1902 at London. Hannah Halahan of 'Sydenhurst' Chiddingfold, Sry, widow, died 22 Oct 1902, to Samul Crosby Halahan, esquire. Effects £12029.

Children of Hannah Croucher Engeham and Capt Samuel Handy Halahan

Margaret Ruth England

(2 May 1914 - circa 1972)
     Margaret Ruth England was born on 2 May 1914 in Gateshead, Durham.
     Margaret Ruth England married Frank Norman Bullett, son of James Robert Russell Bullett and Emily Jakeman, in January 1937?.
     Margaret died circa 1972.

Children of Margaret Ruth England and Frank Norman Bullett

Robert Ennis?

     Robert Ennis? married Mary Handcock, daughter of Richard Handcock and Ann Unknown.

Margaret Entwistle

( - 16 March 1641)
     Margaret Entwistle married Thomas Trull, son of Thomas Trull, on 29 November 1632 in St Michael at Plea, Norwich, Norfolk.
     Margaret was buried on 16 March 1641 in St Paul, Norwich, Norfolk. Another Margaret was buried there on 28 Feb 1642.

Children of Margaret Entwistle and Thomas Trull

Corath ab Eochaid

     Corath ab Eochaid was the son of Eochaid Allmaur of the Deisi (?).

Child of Corath ab Eochaid

Eochaid ab Eochaid

     Eochaid ab Eochaid was the son of Eochaid.

Child of Eochaid ab Eochaid

Lois Letty Epsley

(say 1925 - 1982)
     Lois Letty Epsley was born say 1925.
     Lois Letty Epsley married Donald William Marsden MacKenzie, son of James MacKenzie and Emily Alice Bodman, after 1944.
     Lois died in 1982 in Queensland.

Fergus Mor Mac Erc

( - 501)
     Fergus Mor Mac Erc was the son of Erc, of Irish Dalriada.
     Fergus died in 501.

Child of Fergus Mor Mac Erc

Jenny Erica Erickson

     Jenny Erica Erickson married James Edward Colbert, son of Edward Colbert and Jane MacConochie, in 1907 in Queensland.

Children of Jenny Erica Erickson and James Edward Colbert

Frances Erisey

(20 January 1686/87 - )
     Frances Erisey was christened on 20 January 1686/87 in Falmouth, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Richard Erisey and Frances Killigrew.
     Mary West and Frances West (infants), daughters and co-heirs of Mary West, their late mother, deceased, and also granddaughters and co-heirs of Richd. Erisy, esquire, deceased, by his wife Frances (who was daughter of Sir Peter Killigrew, deceased), by John West, Esq., their father and next friend. v. Mary Erisey, and Thomas Barrale (an infant) under the age of twenty-one years, by the said Mary Erisey, his guardian.: Last will and testament of Richd. Erisey, of Erisey (late brother of defendant Mary), and the real and personal estates of said Rich. Erisey (nephew of James Erisey of Erisey (Cornwall), Esq.), and of said James Erisey. Touching the settlement of lands, &c., made by said James Erisey, upon the marriage of his nephew Richd. Erisey with Frances the daughter of Sir Peter Killigrew, Knt. and Bart., late of Aberwenack (Cornwall). The said estates including several manors, &c., in the counties of Cornwall and Devon, viz., the barton and manor of Erisey, the barton and manor of Clahar, the manor of Treleigh, the moiety of the barton and manor of Penventon, "the sixth part of part of the mannor of Pengersick," and a ninth part of and in other part of the said manor of Pengersick, the sixth part of the manor of Lannack, the sixth part of the manor of Trezeela and Mulfa, the sixth part of part of the manor of Penzance and St. Just, and a ninth part of and in other part of the said manor of Penzance and St. Just, the messuages and tenements of Carno and Halwoon, in the parish of Grade, the moiety of the messuage and tenement of Trevenwith, in the parish of St. Keverne, the messuage and tenement of Wythan, in the parish of St. Martin's in Meneage, all in the county of Cornwall. The barton of Lowroorthy, in the parish of Wolfordesworthy, the manor of Pyworthy and Clawton, in the several parishes of Hartland, Pyeworthy, Clawton, and Bridgerule, all in the county of Devon, &c., &c. Sale &c., of manors, &c., by said Richd. Erisey to Francis Penneck, Andw. Harris, John Pollard, Esq., John Rogers, junr., Saml Oliver, Wm. Rogers, Humphrey Rogers, James Gwennup, Henry Harvey, John Ellis. Wm. Murley, Caleb James, John Borlace, Esq., Phillip Tregurtha, John Sicklar, John Huthnance, Anthony Hoskyn, John Sandry, Henry Phillips, Sir Wm. Pendarvies, Knt., Thos. Kelly, Ephraim Weymouth, Wm. Matthew, Noah Luke, Wm. Thomas, Richard Brimfield, Edwd. Hodge, Joseph Roberts, Geo. Ward, Richard Edwards, John Giles, Matthew Wells, Arundel Son, and George Harris, &c., &c.: Cornwall; Devon.
     Frances Erisey was mentioned on 30 November 1736.
     Frances Erisey and Mary Erisey and Martin Lister were mentioned on 1 December 1736.
     Frances Erisey and Mary Erisey were mentioned on 1 December 1736.

Jacob Erisey

     Jacob Erisey was also known as James in records.

Child of Jacob Erisey