Marian May Freemantle

     Marian May Freemantle married Stanley McIntyre Borland, son of Alexander Borland and Ruth Lanyon.

Children of Marian May Freemantle and Stanley McIntyre Borland

Jesse Edmund Freer

(circa 1857 - )
     Jesse Edmund Freer was born circa 1857.
     Jesse Edmund Freer married Catherine Mary Colbert, daughter of John Colbert and Elizabeth Manning, on 29 December 1902 in St Luke's, Adelaide, South Australia.

Jane Freestone

(before April 1824 - 2 May 1891)
     Jane Freestone was born before April 1824 in Polwarth, Surrey. She was the daughter of William Freestone, farmer.
     Jane Freestone married Richard Mackglew, son of Daniel Mackglew and Martha Smith, on 4 June 1846 in St Bride Fleet St, London.
     Jane Freestone and Richard Mackglew were recorded on the 1851 census in 4 Bath Place, Finsbury, London.
     Jane Freestone and Richard Mackglew appeared on the 1861 census in 14 Brixton? St, St Leonard Shoreditch, London, Middlesex. Richard McGlew aged 39, head wood turner, born Cripplegate, Middlesex with his wife Jane aged 39, born Tolworth, Surrey and nephew Alfred Richard Jenkins aged 4, born Shoreditch and Mary Farraday aged 47, a lodger and laundress.
     Jane Freestone and Richard Mackglew appeared on the 1871 census in 46 Ashburton Grove, Islington. Richard Mackglew head aged 49, medical turner?, born Cripplegate with his wife Jane aged 48, born Polworth, Surrey and Alfred Jenkins, a vistor aged 14, scholar, born Shoreditch.
     Jane Freestone and Richard Mackglew appeared on the 1881 census in 46 Ashburton Grove, Islington, London. Richard Macglew, head, aged 59, turner (artz), born Cripplegate, Middlesex with his wife Jane aged 57, born Polwarth, Surrey, and niece Jane Jenkins aged 29, born St Lukes Middlesex, feather curler and a visitor Harriet Newton, aged 30, born St Lukes, Middlesex, feather curler. Jane Freestone was an executor of Richard Mackglew's estate on 5 January 1882 in the Principal Probate Registry, London.
     Jane Freestone appeared on the 1891 census in 14 Cross St, Islington, London. Jane Mackglew, aged 67, widow, born Kingston, Surrey, living on own means; Jane E Jenkins, niece aged 39, born London St Luke, ostrich feather curler. The premises contained several families.
     Jane's death was registered in the quarter ending on 2 May 1891 in Islington, London .
     Her will was proved on 11 June 1891 at PPR. The will was proved by James South, nephew, oilman of 136 Brackenbury Rd, Hammersmith.

Ann French

(say 1770 - 4 November 1852)
     Ann French was born say 1770 in French Park, Tibohine, Roscommon, Ireland. She was the daughter of Arthur French, of French Park.
     Ann French married Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine, son of Rev Richard Handcock and Sarah Toler, on 13 November 1790.
     Ann died on 4 November 1852.

Children of Ann French and Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine

Arthur French

     Arthur French was the son of Francis French.
     Arthur French married Margaret Louisa Costello, daughter of Edmund Costello.

Elizabeth Alicia French

( - 1 April 1890)
     Elizabeth Alicia French married George Handcock, son of Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine and Ann French, on 16 February 1833. She was the daughter of Robert Henry French and cousin of Lord de Freyen. They had 6 children.
     Elizabeth died on 1 April 1890.

Child of Elizabeth Alicia French and George Handcock

Francis French

Child of Francis French

Mary French

(say 1680 - after 1742)
     Mary French was born say 1680 in Frenchlawn, Ballintober, Roscommon, Ireland.
     Mary French married Charles Costello, son of Edmond Costello and Unknown Dowell. Mary French was also known as Doyle in records.
     Mary died after 1742. Mary was the previous owner of the land sold on 24 September 1743 in Clondettying, Mayo, Ireland.

Child of Mary French and Charles Costello

Sarah French

( - before 2 August 1802)
     Sarah French married Henry Putland, son of William Putland and Ann Sutton, on 16 January 1741 in Willingdon, Sussex.
     Sarah died before 2 August 1802 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was buried on 2 August 1802 in Willingdon.

Children of Sarah French and Henry Putland

Eliza Anne French?

(circa 1825 - )
     Eliza Anne French? was born circa 1825 in Islington, Middlesex.
     The marriage of Eliza Anne French? and Thomas Horwood, son of Thomas Horwood and Mary Ann Dempster, was registered in St Mark, Kennington, Lambeth, Lambeth RD, Surrey, in the 6 October 1846 quarter.
     Eliza Anne French? and Thomas Horwood were recorded on the 1851 census in West Green Rd, Tottenham, London. Thomas Horwood 31, attorney, born Camberwell, Sry; his wife Eliza Horwood 25, born Islington, Mdx; children Anna Horwood 3, Marion Horwood 1, both born in Sydenham, Hunts, Cathrine Horwood 5 months, born Tottenham; his father Thomas Horwood 68, married, conveyancer, born Aylesbury, Bkm; Sarah Dennis 20 Marener R Pornell 20, servants.
     Eliza Anne French? and Thomas Horwood appeared on the 1881 census in 2 Montern Rd, Lewisham, Kent. Thomas Horwood, head, 61, solicitor, born Camberwell, wife Elliza Annie, aged 54, born Islington; children William Ralph 19, Arthur John 18, clerk, Winnifred L, 12, Alice H M, 10, all born at Tottenham, with a servant.

Children of Eliza Anne French? and Thomas Horwood

Elizabeth Fretwell

(30 July 1729 - 4 November 1749)
     Elizabeth Fretwell was christened on 30 July 1729 in Gringley on the Hill, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of Robert Fretwell of Gringley, Notts., by Bridget, daughter of Wil Gilby of Everton. She was the daughter of Robert Fretwell and Bridget Gilby.
     Elizabeth Fretwell married Charles Steer, son of Rev William Steer and Ann Banks, on 16 August 1748 in St Nicholas, Bawtry, Blyth, Nottinghamshire/Yorkshire. Their daughter's marriage settlement makes reference to their settlement dated 13 August 1748.
     Elizabeth died on 4 November 1749 in Wakefield, Yorkshire, aged 20. Here lieth the body of Mrs Elizabeth Steer, wife of Mr Charles Steer, mercht in this town who departed this life 4 November 1749 in the 21st year of her age. Also interred here: Henry Steer obt 21 Sept 1721 ae 4 years; Rob. Steer obt 2d March 1772 ae 10 days, son of the above Charles Steer by his second wife.

Child of Elizabeth Fretwell and Charles Steer

Robert Fretwell

(circa 1726 - 4 January 1795)
     Robert Fretwell was born circa 1726 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Robert Fretwell and Bridget Gilby.
     Robert Fretwell married Elizabeth Steer, daughter of Rev William Steer and Ann Banks, on 7 March 1748/49 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. Robert was a merchant in Wakefield, Yorkshire.
     Robert died on 4 January 1795. He was of Wakefield and Bawtry.

Robert Fretwell

(circa 1704 - )
     Robert Fretwell was born circa 1704.
     Robert Fretwell married Bridget Gilby on 4 June 1726 in Retford, Nottinghamshire. Robert Fretwell was buried on 14 June 1746 in Gringley on the Hill, Nottinghamshire.

Children of Robert Fretwell and Bridget Gilby

Celia Frewer

(5 March 1801 - )
     Celia Frewer was christened on 5 March 1801 in Brandon, Suffolk. She was the daughter of George Frewer and Ann Snare.
     Celia Frewer married John Basham on 25 July 1821 in Brandon, Suffolk, England.

Elizabeth Frewer

(24 February 1796 - before 1802)
     Elizabeth Frewer was born on 24 February 1796 in Brandon, Suffolk. She was the daughter of George Frewer and Ann Snare.
     Elizabeth died before 1802.

Elizabeth Frewer

(11 December 1802 - )
     Elizabeth Frewer was christened on 11 December 1802 in Brandon, Suffolk, England. She was the daughter of George Frewer and Ann Snare.

Frederick Frewer

(5 November 1837 - 1889)
     Frederick Frewer was christened on 5 November 1837 in Brandon, Suffolk. He was the son of James Frewer and Sarah Secker.
     Frederick Frewer married an unknown person in 1860.
     Frederick died in 1889.

George Frewer

(4 December 1766 - 23 February 1805)
     George Frewer was christened on 4 December 1766 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Frewer and Mary Seadon.
     He was initially a gardener in Bury St Edmunds, but by 1790 he had moved to nearby Brandon where he was articled to Phillip Hayward as a gunflint maker. George was a gunflint maker from 1790, Brandon, Suffolk.
     George Frewer married Ann Snare on 18 January 1793 in Brandon, Suffolk.      
George Frewer claimed settlement on 4 November 1793 from Brandon, Suffolk. The examination of George Frewer, gunflint maker of Brandon, Suffolk touching his legal settlement: About 7 years ago he hired himself to James Sipsey [??] gardener at Bury St Edmund, Suffolk in the summer season, but that he cannot recollect the month, that he had six shillings and sixpence a week for the summer season, and five and sixpence for the winter, but did not board or lodge with his Master... lived on & off with him for 4 years, and that he is now an articled journeyman to Phillip Hayward of Brandon for seven years and that he has served 3 years of the aforesaid term and has done no act to gain settlement elsewhere, and has been married nine months.
     George was buried on 23 February 1805 in Brandon, Suffolk, England.

Children of George Frewer and Ann Snare

George Frewer

(9 November 1827 - 1871)
     George was a gunflint maker and a hairdresser, Norwich, Norfolk, England. He was born on 9 November 1827 in Brandon, Suffolk. He was the son of James Frewer and Sarah Secker. George Frewer was christened on 16 December 1827 in Brandon, Suffolk.
     George Frewer married Elizabeth Unknown (Frewer) in 1850.
     George died in 1871 in Norwich, Norfolk.

Child of George Frewer and Elizabeth Unknown (Frewer)

George Frewer

(before February 1806 - )
     George Frewer was born before February 1806. He was the son of George Frewer and Ann Snare. George Frewer was buried on 22 April 1806 in Brandon, Suffolk, England.

George Maurice Frewer

(1879 - 7 February 1951)
     George Maurice Frewer was born in 1879 in Brandon, Suffolk. He was the son of James Frewer and Louisa Unknown (Frewer).
     The marriage of George Maurice Frewer and Jane Young was registered in Guisborough, Yorkshire, in the June 1907 quarter.
     George Maurice Frewer and Jane Young appeared on the 1911 census in 61 Bulwer Rd, Upper Edmonton, Edmonton, Middlesex. George Maurice Frewer, Asst schoolmaster, non provided school, 31, born Brandon, wife Jane Frewer, 32 born Brotton, Yks, Jane Deans Frewer, 2, born Brotton, James Young Frewer, Under 1 M, born Edmonton,
James Young, 75, father in law, retired Ironstone Mines cashier, born Newcastle, NBL & Agnes Young, 47, sister in law, born Newcastle.
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     Minnie Grace Garrett (Brooman) married secondly George Maurice Frewer on 5 August 1924 in St James, Enfield, Middlesex. George was a headmaster, Edmonton, London.
     George died on 7 February 1951 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England.
     His will was proved on 12 April 1951. George Maurice Frewer of 56 Colne Rd, Winchmore Hill, London. Probate granted to Minnie Grave Frewer, widow. Effects £2400 10s 1d.

Children of George Maurice Frewer and Jane Young

Harriet Frewer

(21 March 1794 - )
     Harriet Frewer was christened on 21 March 1794 in Brandon, Suffolk, England. She was the daughter of George Frewer and Ann Snare.

Harriet Frewer

(13 September 1840 - )
     Harriet Frewer was christened on 13 September 1840 in Brandon, Suffolk. She was the daughter of James Frewer and Sarah Secker.
     Harriet Frewer married an unknown person in 1860.

Henry Frewer

(31 October 1830 - )
     Henry Frewer was christened on 31 October 1830 in Brandon, Suffolk. He was the son of James Frewer and Sarah Secker. Henry was a carpenter.
     Henry Frewer married an unknown person in 1851. He married Sarah Ann ?, born c. 1836 in Brandon. They had issue.

James Frewer

(1 September 1799 - 28 April 1856)
     James Frewer was christened on 1 September 1799 in Brandon, Suffolk. He was the son of George Frewer and Ann Snare. James was a gunflint maker.
     James Frewer married Sarah Secker.
     James Frewer and Sarah Secker were recorded on the 1851 census in Thetford Rd, Brandon, Suffolk. James Frewer, 62, gun flint maker - pauper, wife Sarah 44, children Herny 20 Carpenter apprentice, Sarah Ann 15, Frederick 12, agr. labr, Harriet 10 Sunday scholar, Rbert 6, James 9 months, paupers, all born in Brandon.
     James was buried on 28 April 1856 in Brandon, Suffolk, England.

Children of James Frewer and Sarah Secker

James Frewer

(circa June 1850 - )
     James Frewer was employed as a steelworker and miner. He was born circa June 1850 in Brandon, Suffolk. He was the son of James Frewer and Sarah Secker.
     James Frewer married Emma Symes on 10 May 1870 in St Saviour, Norwich, Norfolk.
     James Frewer and Emma Symes appeared on the 1871 census in Sprowston, Norfolk. James Frewer, 21, gun flint maker, born Brandon, Sfk, wife Emma Frewer, 21, born Norwich.
     James Frewer married Louisa Unknown (Frewer) before 1875.
     James Frewer appeared on the 1881 census in Syderstone St, Syderstone, Norfolk. James Frewer, aged 30, sawyer, born Brandon, was a married lodger with the Benn family.
     James Frewer married secondly Ann Unknown (Frewer) in 1918.

Children of James Frewer and Louisa Unknown (Frewer)

James Frewer

(1850 - 1874)
     James Frewer was born in 1850. He was the son of George Frewer and Elizabeth Unknown (Frewer).
     James died in 1874.

James Frewer

(1875 - 1875)
     James died in 1875. He was born in 1875. He was the son of James Frewer and Louisa Unknown (Frewer).

James Young Frewer

(circa February 1911 - )
     James was a telecommunications engineer.
     James Young Frewer married Phyllis Angood. James Young Frewer was born circa February 1911 in Edmonton, Middlesex. He was the son of George Maurice Frewer and Jane Young.

Jane Deans Frewer

(1909 - )
     Jane Deans Frewer was born in 1909. She was the daughter of George Maurice Frewer and Jane Young.
     Jane Deans Frewer married W Parry in 1943 in Stone Cross, England.