Sir Heneage Finch

(1580 - 5 December 1631)
     Sir Heneage Finch was born in 1580. He was the fourth son. He was the son of Sir Moyle Finch (Bt) and Countess Elizabeth Heneage. Heneage was admitted at the Inner Temple in November 1597, in London. Heneage was admitted to the Bar from 1606.      
Sir Heneage Finch was was an M.P. and Speaker of the House of Commons.
     He married twice and had thirteen children. See the Account of the Worshipfu Company of Grocers, 1829 for a detailed account of his son Heneage.
     Heneage died on 5 December 1631. He was buried in Ravenstone, Buckinghamshire. There is a 1632 monument to him held in the Victoria & Albert Museum, removed from the ruined church of St Mary, Eastwell, Kent. It was carved by Nicholas Stone (1586/7-1647). His parents are commemorated in a large table top tomb nearby.

Sir Henry Finch

(circa 1552 - )
     Sir Henry Finch was born circa 1552. He was the son of Sir Thomas Finch and Catherine Moyle.

Jane Finch (Wyatt)

(circa 1556 - )
     She married George Wyatt of Bexley, son of Sir Thomas Wyatt of Allington, Kent.. Jane Finch (Wyatt) was born circa 1556. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas Finch and Catherine Moyle.

John Andrew Finch

(1914 - 1981)
     John Andrew Finch was born in 1914 in Newport, Victoria.
     Florence Marie Ruby married secondly John Andrew Finch in 1937? In Victoria.
     John died in 1981 in Yarram, Victoria.

Sir Moyle Finch (Bt)

(1551 - 14 December 1614)
     Sir Moyle Finch (Bt) was born in 1551 in England. He was the son of Sir Thomas Finch and Catherine Moyle.
     He was admitted to Gray's Inn in 1568. He was knighted at Greenwich 7 May 1584. He succeeded his mother in the Eastwell Eastate 9 Feb 1586/7 being then aged 35. He was sheriff of Kent 1596 to 97 and 1606-007. Created a Baronet on 29 June 1611.
He obtained a licence to enclose 1000 acres of land at Eastwell and to embattle his house 18 January 1589..
     Sir Moyle Finch (Bt) married Countess Elizabeth Heneage, daughter of Sir Thomas Heneage and Anne Poyntz, on 14 November 1572.      
Sir Moyle Finch (Bt) was Member of Parliament from 1575-1583 for Weymouth, Dorset.
     Sir Moyle Fynch, Kt, in lands was listed in the London Subsidy Roll, c. 1589 in Aldgate Ward.      
Sir Moyle Finch (Bt) was Member of Parliament in 1593 for Kent.      
Sir Moyle Finch (Bt) was Member of Parliament in 1601 for Winchelsea, Sussex.
     Moyle died on 14 December 1614 in Eastwell, Kent. He was buried on 18 December 1614 in Eastwell. There is a large marble and alabaster monument to Sir Moyle Finch and his his wife Elizabeth held in the Victoria & Albert Museum, removed from the ruined church of St Mary, Eastwell, Kent. It was carved by Nicholas Stone (1586/7-1647). It was erected after his death but during the lifetime of Lady Finch, who became Viscountess Maidstone in 1523 and then Countess of Winchilsea in 1628. The names of their twelve children are inscribed around the base.
     His will was proved on 4 January 1614/15.

Children of Sir Moyle Finch (Bt) and Countess Elizabeth Heneage

Sir Theophilus Finch (Bt)

(circa 1573 - circa 1619)
     Sir Theophilus Finch (Bt) was born circa 1573. He was the son of Sir Moyle Finch (Bt) and Countess Elizabeth Heneage.
     Theophilus died circa 1619. He was buried in St Paul's Cathedral, London.

Thomas Finch

(circa 1554 - 1589)
     Thomas Finch was born circa 1554. He was the son of Sir Thomas Finch and Catherine Moyle.
     Thomas died in the expedition to Portugal in 1589.

Sir Thomas Finch

( - 1563)
     Sir Thomas Finch was born in England. He was the son of Sir William Finch and Elizabeth Cromer (Lovelace).
     Sir Thomas Finch married Catherine Moyle, daughter of Sir Thomas Moyle. Sir Thomas Finch was widowed in 1563 on the death of his wife Sir Thomas Finch. He was buried in Eastwell, Kent, England.

Children of Sir Thomas Finch and Catherine Moyle

Thomas Finch Earl of Winchelsea

(1578 - 1639)
     Thomas Finch Earl of Winchelsea was born in 1578. He was the son of Sir Moyle Finch (Bt) and Countess Elizabeth Heneage.
     Thomas died in 1639.

Sir William Finch

     He was knighted for his services at the siege of Terouenne in 1513 and attended Henry VIII with a great retinue in 1520..
     Sir William Finch married Elizabeth Cromer (Lovelace), daughter of Sir James Cromer. She was the widow of Sir Richard Lovelace..

Child of Sir William Finch and Elizabeth Cromer (Lovelace)

Archibald Findlay

(28 December 1847 - )
     Archibald Findlay married Mary Hooper, daughter of Henry Hooper and Susannah Sanderson. Archibald Findlay was of Arbroath, Bera, Durban. Their children were Archie, Alec, Ellie, Francis & Winifred who married her second cousin, Henry Eastcourt Bayldon (known as Jack). Archibald Findlay was born on 28 December 1847 in Durban, Natal, South Africa.

Child of Archibald Findlay and Mary Hooper

Archibald Findlay

(23 February 1880 - 26 June 1968)
     Archibald Findlay was born on 23 February 1880 in Natal, South Africa. He was the son of Archibald Findlay and Mary Hooper.
     Archibald Findlay married Jessie Marguerite Gray, daughter of Henry Gray and Katherine Hooper, on 12 March 1902 in New Zealand.
     Archibald died on 26 June 1968 in Natal, aged 88.

Children of Archibald Findlay and Jessie Marguerite Gray

Archibald Findlay

(24 April 1912 - 18 October 1978)
     Archibald Findlay was born on 24 April 1912. He was the son of Archibald Findlay and Jessie Marguerite Gray. Archibald Findlay was an executor of Katherine Hooper's estate on 4 May 1935 in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.
     Archibald Findlay married Stella Constance Law.
     Archibald died on 18 October 1978 aged 66.

Nora Findlay

     Nora Findlay was born in Durban, Natal, South Africa. She was the daughter of Archibald Findlay and Jessie Marguerite Gray.

Edward Fink

(1906? - 1981?)
     Edward Fink was born in 1906?.
     Edward Fink married Gwendoline Claridge Coulthard, daughter of John William Coulthard and Edith Cocksedge, in 1926 in Victoria.
     Edward died in 1981? In Foster, Victoria.

Richard G Finnemore

     Richard G Finnemore married Ida Rachel Ruby, daughter of William Thomas Ruby and Elizabeth Ann Salt, in 1927.

Susannah Finter

(circa 1848 - before 1 April 1896)
     Susannah Finter was born circa 1848.
     Susannah Finter married Walter Grimwood, son of Jonathan Grimwood and Dinah Steff, on 22 June 1867 in Combs, Suffolk. They had issue.
     Susannah died before 1 April 1896 in Combs, Suffolk. She was buried on 1 April 1896 in Combs. Susan Grimwood aged 48.

Ida Margharita Fiorelli

(say 1875 - )
     Ida was a singer. She was commonly known as Mimi. She was born say 1875 in Italy.
     Ida Margharita Fiorelli married Sydney Benjamin Hooper as his second wife, in June 1909 in Sydney, New South Wales. A SOCIETY WEDDING. The musical circles of Sydney were inte rested on Thursday afternoon, when one of our daintiest singers, Signorina Fiorelli, chose for her future life companion Mr. Sydney Hooper, sub-inspector of the Union Bank. Miss Fiorelli is the daughter of Sig nor and Signor Fiorelli of Florence, Naples, but has been residing in: this State for some years. The Rev. John Ferguson tied the knot at St. Stephen's Church, Phillip-street, and Mr. Murich entered the church with the bride, but her mother, who is on a six months' trip to the States), subsequently gave her away. Sensible bride that she was, she dispensed with the useless wedding garment, and was suitably gowned in an ivory white chifffon cloth, the bodice being soutached with fine silver braid. A large number of friends were entertained at the Hotel Australia, and as each guest en tered they were presented with wedding fa vours of violets, white hyacinths, and lilies of the valley. Madame Melba came in for a few moments wearing a long grey coat, grey furs, and a large black hat. Her present to the signora was a gold bangle with the words 'From Nellie Melba' inscribed. Mrs. Arthur Allen chose mole satin charmeuse, a toque of the same shade with touches of cerise. Mrs. Harry Levy's black panne was relieved with ermine furs. Madame Slapoff ski sang exquisitely 'The Song of Thanks giving,' and her black silk spotted net over white satin was worn with a large black hat. Another item which added to the afternoon's enjoyment, was a little French song, by Mrs. Alex Gorden (Miss Margaret Thomas). Mr. and Mr's. Hooper honeymooned to the mountains, Mrs. Hooper travelling in a di rectoire gown of pale grey, with a velvet coat of the same shade, toque of green, and white fox furs. — Yours, CONSTANCE. .

Ann Firman

     Ann Firman married Edward Trull, son of Edward Trull and Ann Unknown Trull, on 7 August 1708 in St Stephen, Norwich, Norfolk. THere is possibibly more than one Edward in these 4 marriages.

Children of Ann Firman and Edward Trull

Esther Matilda Firman

(circa 1849 - December 1932)
     Esther Matilda Firman was also known as Matilda in records. She was born circa 1849 in Rattlesden, Stow RD, Suffolk. There are two Matilda Firmans registered in 1848 & 1849.
     The marriage of Esther Matilda Firman and William Bland, son of George Bland and Sarah Last, was registered in Stow RD, Suffolk, in the June 1876 quarter.
     Esther Matilda Firman and William Bland appeared on the 1881 census in Hessett. He was a builder and undertaker, aged 29, born at Hessett, with Matilda Bland, wife, aged 32, born Rattlesden. They had a boarder John Gill aged 16, apprentice.
     In William Bland's will dated 9 May 1888 in Hessett, Esther Matilda Firman was named as heir and executrix of the estate.
     Esther Matilda Firman and William Bland appeared on the 1891 census in the Green, Hessett. #34 The Green 1, four rooms: William Bland, head married, 38, builder and undertaker, employer, born Hessett & Esther M Bland, wife, 40, born Rattlesden.
     Esther Matilda Firman and William Bland appeared on the 1901 census in the Street, Hessett. William Bland, aged 59, born Hessett...carpenter & joiner; Esther Bland, aged 50, born Rattlesden, Samuel Bland, visitor 79, Baptist minister, born Ipswich.
     Esther's death was registered in the quarter ending in December 1932 in Stow RD Suffolk.

Ann Firmin

(before 1720 - before 28 June 1760)
     Ann Firmin was born before 1720.
     Ann Firmin married Peter Cocksedge, son of Peter Cocksedge and Elizabeth Ball or Balls, on 26 March 1739 in Lackford, Suffolk.
     Ann died before 28 June 1760 in Lackford, Suffolk. She was buried on 28 June 1760 in Lackford.

Children of Ann Firmin and Peter Cocksedge

Children of Ann Firmin and Peter Cocksedge

Ann Firth

(circa 1832 - )
     Ann Firth was born circa 1832.
     Ann Firth married Henry Rich, son of Amor Rich and Prudence Hollingsworth, in March 1859 in Rotherham RD, Yorkshire.
     Ann Firth and Henry Rich appeared on the 1861 census in Alma Rd, Rotherham, Yorkshire. Henry Rich, 30, carter, born Throapham and Ann Rich, 29, born Rotherham, brother in law of John Firth, corn miller and his wife Alice.
     Ann Firth and Henry Rich appeared on the 1881 census in 222 Sheffield Rd, Brinsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire. Henry Rich, head, aged 51, coal miner, born at Laughton with his wife Ann aged 49, born Rotherham and nephew William Henry Firth aged 6, born at Ickles.
     Ann Firth and Henry Rich appeared on the 1891 census in Brinsworth, Sheffield Yorkshire. Henry Rich, aged 60, carter, born Laughton with his wife Ann aged 59, born Rotherham, William H Firth, nephew, aged 16, general labourer, born Ickles and another labourer.

John Firth

(before April 1834 - )
     John Firth was born before April 1834 in Rotherham, Yorkshire.
     John Firth married Alice Rich, daughter of Amor Rich and Prudence Hollingsworth.

Child of John Firth and Alice Rich

William H Firth

(before April 1875 - )
     William H Firth was born before April 1875 in Ickles, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Firth and Alice Rich. William H Firth was listed as Henry Rich's nephew in the 1881 census in 222 Sheffield Rd, Brinsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire. William H Firth was listed as Henry Rich's nephew in the 1891 census in Brinsworth, Sheffield Yorkshire.

Caroline Fisgard

( - before 4 November 1861)
     Caroline Fisgard married Rev Henry Gamble in 1854 in Hove, Sussex.
     Caroline died before 4 November 1861 in Clifton, Derbyshire. She was buried on 4 November 1861.

Elizabeth Fish

(before 1640 - )
     Elizabeth Fish was born before 1640.
     Elizabeth Fish married Francis Bullett, son of Francis Bullett and Alice Unknown, on 28 May 1656 in St Mary, Woodbridge, Suffolk.

Children of Elizabeth Fish and Francis Bullett

Geoffrey Thomas Fishburn

(29 June 1965 - September 1988)
     Geoffrey Thomas Fishburn was born on 29 June 1965. He was the son of Thomas Fishburn.
     Geoffrey died of mesathelioma in September 1988 aged 23.

Thomas Fishburn

( - circa 1978)
     Thomas died circa 1978.

Child of Thomas Fishburn

Ann Fisher

     Ann Fisher married Thomas Noble, son of Thomas Noble and Mary Duffield, on 20 September 1774 in Bresssingham. He made his mark, but she could sign.      
Ann Fisher claimed settlement at Bressingham on 30 December 1775 from Coney Weston, Suffolk.

Ann Clara Fisher

(circa 1834 - )
     Ann Clara Fisher was born circa 1834 in London.
     Ann Clara Fisher married Jesse Cowley, son of Unknown Cowley, in 1858 in Sydney, New South Wales.

Child of Ann Clara Fisher and Jesse Cowley