Sir Thomas FitzWilliam

(before 1205 - )
      Of Emley & Sprotborough; in 1241 had summons to attend the King, with horses and arms; in 1266 he was with barons at the battle of Chesterfield; and taken prisoner.

     In 1253 he had a grant of free warren, market and fair at Emley.

. Sir Thomas FitzWilliam was born before 1205. He was the son of William FitzWilliam and Maud Unknown (Fitzwilliam).
Sir Thomas FitzWilliam married Agnes Bertram.

William FitzWilliam

(before 1173 - circa 1224)
     William FitzWilliam was born before 1173. He was the son of William FitzGodric and Albreda de Lisures.
     William FitzWilliam and Albreda de Lisures were mentioned in a deed dated 1200. Albreye and William FitzWilliam her son, recovered from the Hospitallers the advowson of the church of "Fauford", co. Nott.
William FitzWilliam married Maud Unknown (Fitzwilliam).
     William FitzWilliam was mentioned in a deed dated between 9 February 1218 and 1219.
     William was buried circa 1224 in Hampole, Yorkshire.

Child of William FitzWilliam and Maud Unknown (Fitzwilliam)

William FitzWilliam

(before 1421 - 1 December 1474)
     William FitzWilliam was born before 1421 in Yorkshire. He was the son of John Fitzwilliam and Margaret Clarell.
     William died on 1 December 1474 in Haddesley, Birkin, Yorkshire. He was buried in December 1474 in Sprotborough, Yorkshire.

William Fitzwilliam

     William Fitzwilliam was the son of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Eleanor Green.

William Fitzwilliam

(before 1348 - )
     William Fitzwilliam was born before 1348 in Yorkshire, England. He was the son of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Jane or Joan de Reresby.

Sir William Fitzwilliam

(before 1355 - 8 April 1398)
     Sir William Fitzwilliam was born before 1355 in Yorkshire, England. He was the son of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Clinton.
Sir William Fitzwilliam married Maud Cromwell, daughter of Lord Ralph Cromwell (2nd Baron) and Maud Bernake, before 1379.      
Sir William Fitzwilliam paid the poll tax in 1379 in Sprotborough, Yorkshire, England. Willelmus Fitz William, chivaler & Matilda uxor ejus, 20 sh.
     William died on 8 April 1398 in Yorkshire.
     Sir William Fitzwilliam was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held 21 Ric II (1397-8).

Children of Sir William Fitzwilliam and Maud Cromwell

Sir William Fitzwilliam

(before 1275 - before 1342)
     Sir William Fitzwilliam was born before 1275. He was the son of Sir William FitzThomas and Agnes Metham.
Sir William Fitzwilliam married Maud Unknown (Fitzwilliam).
Sir William Fitzwilliam married secondly Isabel Deincourt. John Ravilious wrote: it has been all but proven that the daughters of Sir William (e.g., Margaret, wife of Henry de Pierrepont, and Joan, wife of Sir Brian de Thornhill) were his issue by Isabel Deincourt, his (apparent) 2nd wife. Based largely on her will dated 25 July 1348, it also appeared that Sir John FitzWilliam, eldest surviving son and heir of Sir William, was her son as well [she made a bequest to "Johanni filio meo", among others], but I recall there had remained a doubt in some corners.
An otherwise obscure record concerning lands in Dalton juxta Thribergh, Yorks. serves to cement the relationship. In Isabel's will she calls John her son; in this demise by John FitzWilliam dated 29 May 1348 - obviously during Isabel Deincourt's lifetime - she is called "Isabella, the grantor's mother".
' 1348. Demise by John son of Sir William, Knt. Knt.,
29 May. Knt., to Robt. Loveday of Dalton of one messuage 1 1/2 oxgang, a plot called Molde Riddyng', and half an assart called the Newebrekk', which as appears by inspection of the grantors court rolls of Dalton, the said Robt. holds by demise of Isabella, the grantor's mother, for her life for 24s. 6d. rent; for 40 years after her death at the same rent.
Witnesses: - Sir Thos. Clarell, Ralf de Rerisby, John del Hill of Dalton, Adam Gamell, Wm. Mauger, Ric. son of Nicholas de Ravenfeld, John de Blida, clerk.
Sprotburgh, Thursday, Ascension Day, 1348. [B. 86.]' [1]
The Deincourt ancestry of the later FitzWilliams of Sprotborough, and of the descendants of the FitzWilliam daughters, is certain. The matter of the maternal ancestry of Isabel Deincourt (possibly not via de Mohun) still deserves further study.
Lord of Emley and Sprotborough; at inquest 9 Edw II (1315). He was summoned for military service in 1327.
     William died before 1342. He was living on 11 Apr 1340 when he was declared too old and infirm to serve and his son John was to serve in his stead. He was buried before 1342 in Sprotborough. His will asked to be buried in the chapel of St Tyhomas the Martyr at Sprotborough.

Children of Sir William Fitzwilliam and Maud Unknown (Fitzwilliam)

Child of Sir William Fitzwilliam and Isabel Deincourt

Sir William FitzWilliam

(before 1295 - between 22 March 1322 and 1323)
     Sir William FitzWilliam was born before 1295. He was the son of Sir William Fitzwilliam and Maud Unknown (Fitzwilliam).
     William died between 22 March 1322 and 1323 in Pontefract, Yorkshire. He joined Thomas, Earl of Lancaster; was taken prisoner at Boroughbridge, and hanged at Pontefract, in his father's lifetime..

Alice Flamoke

     Alice Flamoke married Michael Trerice, son of Otis Trerice and Rose Goviley.

Child of Alice Flamoke and Michael Trerice

Anna Flanagan

(30 December 1871 - )
     Anna Flanagan was christened on 3 April 1870 in Kilcoon, Batterstown & Kilcock, Meath & Kildare, Ireland. She was born on 30 December 1871 in Clara, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. She was the daughter of Terence Flanagan and Catherine Handy.

Bridget Flanagan

(27 July 1874 - )
     Bridget Flanagan was christened on 27 July 1874 in Kilcloon, Batterstown & Kilcock, Meath & Kildare, Ireland. She was the daughter of Terence Flanagan and Catherine Handy.

Catherine Flanagan

(8 January 1868 - )
     Catherine Flanagan was born on 8 January 1868 in Clara, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. She was the daughter of Terence Flanagan and Catherine Handy. Catherine Flanagan was christened on 11 January 1868 in Kilcloon, Meath & Kildare, Ireland.

John Flanagan

(20 January 1859 - )
     John Flanagan was christened on 20 January 1859 in Kilcoon, Batterstown & Kilcock, Meath & Kildare, Ireland. He was the son of Terence Flanagan and Catherine Handy.

Joseph Flanagan

(26 November 1865 - )
     Joseph Flanagan was christened on 26 November 1865 in Kilcoon, Batterstown & Kilcock, Meath & Kildare, Ireland. He was the son of Terence Flanagan and Catherine Handy.

Joseph Thomas P Flanagan

( - 16 April 1957)
     Joseph Thomas P Flanagan married Myrtle Alice Dobson, daughter of Charles Killigrew Dobson and Mary Ann Haines, on 29 December 1928 in St Giles Presbytery, Norwood, South Australia.
     Joseph died on 16 April 1957 in St Peters, Adelaide, South Australia.

Mary Flanagan

(14 October 1860 - )
     Mary Flanagan was christened on 14 October 1860 in Kilcoon, Batterstown & Kilcock, Meath & Kildare, Ireland. She was the daughter of Terence Flanagan and Catherine Handy.

Rose Flanagan

(3 September 1862 - )
     Rose Flanagan was christened on 3 September 1862 in Kilcoon, Batterstown & Kilcock, Meath & Kildare, Ireland. She was the daughter of Terence Flanagan and Catherine Handy.

Terence Flanagan

     Terence Flanagan married Catherine Handy, daughter of Stray Handy, before 1859.

Children of Terence Flanagan and Catherine Handy

Thomas Flanagan

(13 December 1863 - )
     Thomas Flanagan was christened on 13 December 1863 in Kilcoon, Batterstown & Kilcock, Meath & Kildare, Ireland. He was the son of Terence Flanagan and Catherine Handy.

John Fleetwood

     John Fleetwood was born in Pragh, Tullamore, Offaly, Ireland.
John Fleetwood married Lydia Armstrong, daughter of Robert Armstrong and Lydia Howard, in 1716.

Eliza Fleiner

Catherine Fleming

(circa 1757 - 6 August 1826)
     Catherine Fleming was born circa 1757 in Sligo, Ireland. She was the second daughter of Matthew Fleming of Old Rock, co. Sligo by his wife Dorothy, second daughter of William Orme of Ballintober, co. Mayo. She was the niece of Sir John Fleming, Bart, of Brompton Park.
Her husband's will of 1829 mentions money left to their daughter Dorothea by her grandparents Mathew & Dorothea Fleming which suggests that she is their daughter. According to her son Richard Fleming, she was cousin to Lady Harrington, the mother of the present (1859) Duchess of Bedford, and the Duchess of Leicester who died a few months earlier.
The Genealogical Office pedigree states that Mathew Fleming was of Ballincarron, co. Sligo. Mick Mecham states that she was born in Co. Lietrim. She was the daughter of Matthew Fleming and Dorothea Orme.
     A marriage settlement between Catherine Fleming and Samuel Wesley Handy was made on 10 June 1772 in Dublin, Ireland. Registered 30 October 1793, by Mathew Fleming: A marriage settlement dated 10 June 1772, between Samuel Handy, of Coolylough, co. Westmeath Esq., and Samuel Wesley Handy, Esq. his eldest son and heir apparent of 1st part; Mathew Fleming of Drumsna, co. Leitrim. Esq., and Catherine Fleming, spinster, his daughter of 2nd part. Archibald Fleming of Ballanecarron, co. Sligo and Thomas Fouace, of Tyrrillspass, co. Westmeath, gent of 3rd part. Reciting - A marriage to be between the said Samuel Wesley Handy and Catherine Fleming, and that Samuel Handy was seized in fee of the townes and lands of Brackareagh and Coolylough, co. Westmeath, and also of town and lands of Aughrim, co. Galway, and the Mill and Miller's gardens of said town containing 1400 acres, and also of the tolls and customs of the markets and fairs of said towns and lands of Aughrim by virtue of a lease of lives renewable for ever and also seized of ground houses and tenements in city of Dublin, in one of them by a lease of lives renewable for ever and another Lease for years.
     Witnesseth that for consideration mentioned Samuel Handy did agree with Mathew Fleming that the said Samuel Handy would in two years next convey the said lands of Brackaghrea and Coolylough, Aughrim and tolls and customs of Aughrim which were then settled on said Samuel Handy [party hereto] by his father Samuel Handy, gent. deed, with the Mills and Miller's gardens of said town and also the half of the lands of Coololah being part of said lands of Aughrim which were therefore settled on said Samuel Handy, deed, in his life on his son John Handy, and also in said ground and houses in City of Dublin upon trust mentioned:
     Witnesses to Memorial: - Pierce Simpson of Drumsnave, co. Leitrim, Esq., and John McNally of same, shoemaker. Pierce Simpson sworn at Carrick co. Leitrim, 31 August 1773, before Mar: Paterson on Circuit.
Catherine Fleming married Samuel Wesley Handy, son of Samuel Handy and Ruth Bertrand, before 8 July 1772 in Ireland. He had fifteen children, five of whom died young - four daughters and six sons surviving. (17 children according to Denis Handy with 10 surviving, nine having issue).
     Catherine Fleming and Samuel Wesley Handy were recorded in 1821 census in Brackareagh, Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath. Four storied house no. 1 Sam W Handy, aged 70, gentleman and holder of 255 acres here & 90 acres in Gregham in King's Co., & 90 acres in Aughrim co. Galway, Catherine his wife age 64, Thomas Handy aged 26, his son; Dorothy aged 35, Maria aged 23 & Ruth aged 21 his daughters.
Fleming Handy, gentleman aged 40, resident at Tullamore in King's County, Catherine, 30, wife of Fleming, Thos 9, Wm 3, Barbara 13, Catherine 12, & Martha 10, children of said Fleming Handy, visitors
.
     Catherine Fleming was mentioned in the will of Samuel Wesley Handy dated 12 August 1824.
     Catherine died on 6 August 1826 in Brackagh/Bracca Castle, Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath. At Bracca Castle, August 6, deeply and truly regretted by her husband, family, and numerous friends after a short illness, which she bore with christian patience and fortitude, Catherine, lady of Samuel W Handy, of Bracca Castle, in the County of Westmeath, Esquire. She departed in the full assurance of faith and a glorious hope of immortality through Jesus Christ, her Saviour - "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth, yea, saith the spirit, that they may rest from their labours; and their works do follow them". She witnessed the codicil of Samuel Wesley Handy on 13 August 1826 in Brackagh/Bracca Castle; Sam made a codicil reflecting the death of his wife. Catherine Fleming was buried after 6 September 1826 in Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath, Ireland. Her gravestone [RootsIreland] give 6 Sep! 1826: Samuel Wesley and his wife Catherine of Bracca Castle and son the Rev Richard Fkeming Handy.

Children of Catherine Fleming and Samuel Wesley Handy

Charlotte Fleming

     Charlotte Fleming married Rt Rev William M Green. Charlotte Fleming was the daughter of James Fleming and Mary Hooper.

Children of Charlotte Fleming and Rt Rev William M Green

Dorothea Fleming

     Dorothea Fleming married William Orme, son of James Orme. Dorothea Fleming was an executor of William Orme's estate on 22 August 1758.

Elizabeth Fleming

     Elizabeth Fleming married Rev Thomas F Davis. Elizabeth Fleming was born in USA. She was the daughter of James Fleming and Mary Hooper.

Isobel Fleming

(before 1768 - )
     Isobel Fleming was born before 1768 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland.
Isobel Fleming married Peter MacPherson, son of unlinked early MacPherson.

Child of Isobel Fleming and Peter MacPherson

James Fleming

( - circa 1811)
     James was a merchant in Wilmington, New Hanover, North Carolina, USA.
James Fleming married Mary Hooper, daughter of George Hooper and Catherine Maclaine, on 6 June 1806 in Wilmington, New Hanover North Carolina.
     James died being killed by horse circa 1811.

James Fleming

     James Fleming was the son of James Fleming and Mary Hooper.
He died young, unmarried..

Jane Fleming

     Jane Fleming married Donald MacPherson.

Child of Jane Fleming and Donald MacPherson

Jane Fleming

(say 1805 - 29 March 1844)
     Jane Fleming was born say 1805. She was the daughter of Gilbert Henry Fleming.
Jane Fleming married George Augustus Frederick Halahan, son of John Halahan and Mary Handy, in 1824 in Dublin, Ireland.
     Jane died on 29 March 1844 in Rathgar, Dublin, Ireland.

Children of Jane Fleming and George Augustus Frederick Halahan