Basil Murray Robert Gale

(19 October 1904 - 1982)
     Basil Murray Robert Gale's birth was registered in the quarter ending on 19 October 1904 in 42 Powis Square, Bayswater, Kensington RD, Middlesex. . He was the son of Frederick Robert Gale MBE and Emily Frances Tapply.
In 1938 he was married with one daughter.
     Basil died in 1982 in Witney RD, Oxfordshire.

Daphne Frances Rumsey Gale

(22 January 1915 - 2002)
     Daphne Frances Rumsey Gale was born on 22 January 1915 in Kensington RD, Middlesex. She was the daughter of Frederick Robert Gale MBE and Emily Frances Tapply.
     Daphne died in 2002 in Chiltern RD. Scott Herbertson supplied a copy of the 'descent' of a book from Emily Frances Tapply (Gale) to Daphne, aunt by marriage to Lorna? The bookplate was designed by her husband.

Denys Jearrad Pickmore Gale

(23 May 1908 - February 1993)
     Denys Jearrad Pickmore Gale was born on 23 May 1908 in Kensington RD, Middlesex. He was the son of Frederick Robert Gale MBE and Emily Frances Tapply.
In 1938 he was married with one son & two daughters.
     Denys died in February 1993 in Hastings RD, Sussex, aged 84.

Dorothy Gale (Rokeby)

(circa 1523 - 20 January 1595/96)
     Dorothy Gale (Rokeby) was born circa 1523. She was the daughter of George Gale, Mayor of York, of Acomb Grange, and Mary (Lord).
Dorothy Gale (Rokeby) married Sir Thomas Fairfax (of Denton), son of Sir William Fairfax and Isabel Thwaites, in 1559. She was the widow of John Rokeby of Sandal.
     Dorothy died on 20 January 1595/96. Possibly 2 Jan 38 Eliz, 1595. She was buried in the Chapel, Denton.

Children of Dorothy Gale (Rokeby) and Sir Thomas Fairfax (of Denton)

Frederick Robert Gale MBE

(11 December 1877 - 1949 or 1952)
     Frederick Robert Gale MBE's birth was registered in the quarter ending on 11 December 1877 in Kensington RD, Middlesex.
Frederick Robert Gale MBE married Emily Frances Tapply, daughter of Rev Frederick Tapply and Ann Emily Pickmore Rumsey, on 20 April 1901 in Folkestone, Kent. The Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald on 24 April 1926 had a silver wedding notice, which stated he was the youngest and fifth son of of Robert Gale, Esq., of 38 Scarsdale-villas, Kensington W, and West-hill, Hastings to Emily Frances ("Fra") second daughter of the Rev Frederick Tapply, of Folkestone, and granddaughter of the late Rev John Williams Rumsey, Vicar of Rolvenden. Present address: Orchewood, Gerards Cross, Bucks.
     Frederick Robert Gale MBE and Emily Frances Gale were recorded on the 1911 census in 4 Teynham Road, Tankerton, Whitstable, Blean RD, Kent. Frederick Robert Gale, aged 33, journalist, M J I, with the Financial Press, born Kensington, London; with wife Emily Frances Gale aged 34, marreid 9 years, children Basil M R Gale, 6, Denys J P Gale, 2, Geoffrey W Gale 6 months, all born in Kensington, plus 3 female servants. Their address was listed as temporary..
In Notes & Queries for this week and last Mr Fred R Gale prints for the first time some letters written by George Canning.....
He was the author of an article on the legitimate Hunn descendants in Notes & Queries, 9 April 1938.
     Frederick Robert Gale MBE and Emily Frances Tapply were recorded in 1939 census in Craldon, Amersham RD, Buckinghamshire. Gale, Frederick R, born 11 Dec 77, newspaper editor, Capt (retired) RABC; Emily F Gale born 30 May 1876, Unpaid Domestic duties, 146/ 2;
Harriet E     Rumsey, born 7 Oct 1854, Incapacitated, single, 146/3 followed by a closed record
.
     Frederick died in 1949 or 1952 in England.

Children of Frederick Robert Gale MBE and Emily Frances Tapply

Geoffrey Wyldbore Gale

(18 September 1910 - 1988)
     Geoffrey Wyldbore Gale was born on 18 September 1910 in Kensington RD, Middlesex. He was the son of Frederick Robert Gale MBE and Emily Frances Tapply.
     Geoffrey died in 1988 in Hitchen RD.

Henry Gale

(1837 - 17 December 1895)
     Henry Gale was born in 1837 in Oxford?, Oxfordshire, England. His parents were Samuel Gale and Caroline Badcock.
     Henry Gale arrived circa 1852.
Susanna Gordon Windeyer married secondly Henry Gale on 2 April 1856 in the Registry Office, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The groom's residence was 42 Elizabeth St, Sydney, occupation Mercantile clerk aged 19. Susannah was a widow with 3 living children and 1 deceased. Issue by the second marriage: Alfred Theodore (38) born 1857 Annie Julian Windeyer (37) born 1858 Charles Henry (35) born 1860 John Windeyer (33) born 1862 Walter Frederick (30) born 1865 died 1 June 1945
Their son Walter was born in Paddington and educated there. He became manager of the Moore St. (now Martin Place) branch of Govt Savings Bank of NSW. He was deeply interested in astromony which his father had taught him. In 1886 he completed the construction of a 7" reflecting telescope and 6 years later discovered several "new canals" on Mars. He independently discovered 7 new comets and 3 are now named after him. He became a fellow the Royal Astronomical Society in 1892 and was awarded a medal by the British Astronomer Assoc. with RTA Innis? Gale was instrumental in founding the NSW branch of the British Astronomical Assoc. He married Violet Birkenhead of West Maitland and had 2 sons & 4 daughters.
Sands Directory 1863: Henry Gale, clerk (Council chambers) Paddington 1864 ditto, Council clerk & Registrar Sth Head Rd, Paddington He was the second clerk at $100 p.a. and residence 3.5 % commission on Rates.
D Gale, sister - noted in Whitfield Collection SOG 11/6/4/455 and 11/6/4/72..
     Henry died on 17 December 1895 in Post Office Quarters, Paddington, New South Wales. He was buried in Waverley cemetery, Bronte, New South Wales.

Margaret Gale

(circa 1779 - 1839)
     Margaret Gale was born circa 1779 in Devon, England.
     Margaret Gale married John Ruby as his second wife, on 2 July 1800 in Inwardleigh, Devon.
     Margaret died in 1839 in Inwardleigh, Devon.

Children of Margaret Gale and John Ruby

Elizabeth Gall

     Elizabeth Gall married John MacPherson, son of Paul MacPherson and Catherine Christie, in Tough, Aberdeenshire. He lived there all his life but had his eldest son baptised in Glenlivet. They had five known children.

Children of Elizabeth Gall and John MacPherson

Gilbert of Galloway

( - between 1 January 1184 and 1185)
     Gilbert of Galloway was the son of Fergus, Lord of Galloway.
     Gilbert died between 1 January 1184 and 1185.

Child of Gilbert of Galloway

Uchtred of Galloway

( - 22 September 1174)
     Uchtred of Galloway was the son of Fergus, Lord of Galloway.
Alan Maxwell Fidlater wrote: The first appearance of Fergus in history is not on his own. He was accompanied by his son Uchtred when King David I in 1136 granted land in Perdeyc or Patrick to the Church of Glasgow when that church was dedicated (R. Bodine, 2000/02/04).
Uchtred of Galloway married Gunnild,, daughter of Waldeve, and Sigrid or Sigarith,. Gunnild, who was married to Uchtred, son of Fergus, Lord of Galloway, with issue.
     Uchtred died on 22 September 1174. In relating the violent death of Uchtred son of Fergus, Roger de Howden records that Henry II claimed that Uchtred was his cousin.

Henrietta Adelaide Galton

(December 1870 - September 1952)
     Henrietta Adelaide Galton's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1870 in London, Shoreditch RD, England.
Henrietta Adelaide Galton married William Henry Sheridan, son of William Henry Sheridan and Elizabeth Davey Carroll, on 16 June 1891 in West Ham RD, Essex.
     Henrietta Adelaide Galton and William Henry Sheridan were recorded on the 1901 census in Ilford, Essex. Wm Hy Sheridan, 34, timber merchant, employer, born Teignmouth, Henrietta 30, his wife born London, children Eva 9, born Leytonstone Essex, Doris, 6, born London, Wm H jun, 2, born Leytonstone, with a servant Eliza Hurley.
     Henrietta Adelaide Galton and William Henry Sheridan were recorded on the 1911 census in 75 Old Fillebrook Rd, Leytonstone, Essex. Sheridan, Henrietta, head, widow, 40, born London Hackney; children Evelyn, single, 19, typist in a solicitor's office, born Leytonstone; Doris, single, 16, School, born London Bow; William, 12, School, born Leytonstone; with 3 boarders called Fell     .
     Henrietta's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1952 in Folkestone RD, Kent.

Children of Henrietta Adelaide Galton and William Henry Sheridan

Maud Ethel Galton

(18 August 1872 - 25 February 1967)
     Maud Ethel Galton was born on 18 August 1872. She was the daughter of Prof Galton of Norwood.
Maud Ethel Galton married Samuel Crosby Halahan, son of Capt Samuel Handy Halahan and Hannah Croucher Engeham, on 14 July 1897 in St Paul's, Upper Norwood, Surrey. On the 14tth July at St Paul's Upper Norwood, by the Rev H Stevens, MA, vicar of Holy Trinity, Sydenham, assisted by Rev R B Ransford, MA, vicar of St Paul's; Crosby Halahan of Leigh Manor, Cuckfield, Sussex, eldest son of hte late Col. S H Halahan, of Haighlands, Sydenham Hill, to Maud Ethel, second daughter of John H Galton, MD (Lond), of Chunan[?]. Sylvan Road, Upper Norwood. China papers, please copy.
     Maud Ethel Galton and Samuel Crosby Halahan were recorded on the 1901 census in Cuckfield, Sussex. Samuel C Halahan, aged 31, living on own means, born Forest Hill, with his wife Maud E 28 born Norwood, Sry and children Frederick J C 2 and Margaret M 9 months, both born at Cuckfield.
     Maud and Samuel resided at Littlecroft, Chiddingfold, Surrey, 1929.
     Maud and Samuel resided at Chiddingfold, Surrey, 1931.
     Maud died on 25 February 1967 aged 94.

Children of Maud Ethel Galton and Samuel Crosby Halahan

Daniel Galvin

(circa 1831 - )
     Daniel Galvin was born circa 1831.
Daniel Galvin married Bridget Colbert, daughter of Edmund Colbert and Mary Unknown, on 3 July 1865 in Kapunda, South Australia. She claimed to be 20..
     Catherine Colbert married thirdly Daniel Galvin on 23 June 1873 in the residence of John Kither, Norwood, South Australia. They had 4` children.

Leslie William Galvin

(circa 1903 - 1966)
     Leslie William Galvin was born circa 1903.
Leslie William Galvin married Annie Edith Ruby, daughter of William John Ruby and Catherine Brass, in 1932.
     Leslie died in 1966 in Bendigo, Victoria.

William Michael Galvin

(28 May 1906 - 9 March 2001)
     William Michael Galvin was born on 28 May 1906 in Cape Town, South Africa. He was the son of Michael & Ida Galvin.
William Michael Galvin married Doris Bowker, daughter of Frank Bowker.
     William died on 9 March 2001 in Brakpan, Boksburg, East Rand, Gauteng, South Africa, aged 94.

Arthur Gambell

     Arthur Gambell married Alicia Frances Fetherstonhaugh, daughter of William Fetherstonhaugh and Alicia Berry, on 5 June 1860 in Ireland.
     Arthur resided at Belmullett, Mayo, Ireland, 1865.

Child of Arthur Gambell and Alicia Frances Fetherstonhaugh

Arthur William Rogers Gambell

(3 October 1864 - )
     Arthur William Rogers Gambell was born on 3 October 1864 in Moy ...., Carrick, Westmeath?, Ireland. He was the son of Arthur Gambell and Alicia Frances Fetherstonhaugh.

Matthew Gambell

(10 November 1770 - before 21 March 1829)
     Matthew Gambell was born on 10 November 1770 in London. He was christened on 4 April 1778 in St Leonard, Shoreditch. Matthew, son of Matthew & Martha Gambell, of Hoxton Fields, born Nov 10, 1770.
Martha Trull married secondly Matthew Gambell on 24 August 1824 in St George, Bloomsbury, London. Matthew Gambell of this parish & Martha Trull of this parish were married by banns 24 August 1824 ... both signed in the presence of G Phillips and Mary Ann Trull. The next entry is for the marriage of John Phillips and Sarah Sargeant on the same day in the presence of Matthew Gambell & Mary Ann Trull.
She was 25 according to the American family history but this is more likely to be the marriage to George Trull. Mr Matthew Gambell of London, was an elderly widower with a grown family, (however he only mentions cousins in his will along with Martha's children).
     Matthew Gambell made a will dated 30 August 1824 in London. The will of Matthew Gambell of Craven Buildings, Hoxton? in the parish of St Leonard Shoreditch, Middlesex, collector being of sound mind and in good health ...
I give ... to my dear wife Martha Gambell my freehold estate and situate and being formerly no. 3, no. 2 and no. 5 ... Place in the parish of ... Bethnal Green, Middlesex for her own use
I devise and bequeath unto my dear wife Martha Gambell ... estate and situated being formerly Collyers? Row? but now ...bury Road in the parish of St Matthew Bethnal Green, being no. 11, no. 12 & no. 14 for her own sold and separate use and ... in case she marry again and at .. give unto my daughter in law Mary Ann Trull the ... no. 14 ... now in the occupation ... in case she should marry ... without her husband interference ... with the said freehold property and at her death to her heirs for ever.
I will give ... unto my son in law Geo Trull the two houses no. 11 and no. 12 Stepney Road Hackney Road at the ... of his ... and at his death to his heirs for ever.
I will give ... unto my daughter in law Mary Ann Trull my freehold estate and situated no. 101 High St, Shoreditch in the occupation of ... Barber for her own sole and separate use ....
I give ... unto Wm Evans my son in law fifty? pounds at the .... of his mother? in survive ...
I give ... unto Louisa Denty my daughter in law fifty pounds at the death? of her mother in ... I give unto my two cousins Elizabeth & Deborah Hershaw?? five pounds each and a mourning ring each in case they should survive me
I give unto ... of Hoxton Town ... five pounds and a mourning ring in case he should survive me
I give unto Richard Palmer of Princes? Street, currier five pounds and a mourning ring in case he should survive me ... .... and a ..
I will give and desire and bequeath unto my dear wife Martha Gambell both real and personal property and effects belong to me whatsoever and wheresoever druing her natural life and at her decease my dear daughter in law Mary Ann Trull and appoint my dear wife Martha Gambell and Mary Ann Trull my daughter in law ly two executrix of this my last will and testament ... signed 20 day of August 1824, Matthew Gambell in the presence of John Phillips, 46 Gloucester St. Deborah Garrett, Gloucester St, Sarah Phillips, Gloucester St.
This is a codicil ... to my last will and testament bearing date 30 August 1824 I further will and bequeath to my dear wife Martha Gambell the freehold house and premises situated no. 17 North ... Street... Road in the parish of Islington now in the occupation Mr George Atkinson for her own use and benefit ... 29 January 1829, Matt: Gambell. Signed in the presence of Edmd Homersham, North Place, Kingsland Road, Harriett How... servant to M Gambell, the ...
Street being struck? out before signature?

     Matthew died before 21 March 1829 in Middlesex. He was buried on 21 March 1829 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex.
     His will was proved on 2 May 1829 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Anna Hester Gamble

(24 June 1817 - )
     Anna Hester Gamble was born on 24 June 1817 in Gulval, Cornwall, England. She was the daughter of Rev Henry Gamble and Elizabeth de Vere Law.

Charles Hanlon Gamble

(circa 1826 - )
     Charles Hanlon Gamble was born circa 1826 in Barnstaple?, Devon. He went into medical practice with his uncle Thomas Shepherd Law. He was the son of Rev Henry Gamble and Elizabeth de Vere Law.

Eleanor Gamble

(circa 1792 - 23 November 1877)
     Eleanor Gamble was also known as Ellen in records. She was born circa 1792 in Ireland.
Eleanor Gamble married John Hagan before 1816.
     Eleanor died Ellen Hagan, 85, farmer's widow, of old age & debility, informant Felix Hagan, present at death. on 23 November 1877 in Derrytresk?, Coal Island, Dungannon, Tyrone, Ireland.

Child of Eleanor Gamble and John Hagan

Elizabeth Law Gamble

(2 December 1818 - )
     Elizabeth Law Gamble was born on 2 December 1818 in Gulval, Cornwall, England. She was the daughter of Rev Henry Gamble and Elizabeth de Vere Law.

Elizabeth Sophia Gamble

     Elizabeth Sophia Gamble married Charles Edward Bowker, son of Thomas Bowker J.P., Squire and Sarah Eagles Cowley, on 22 April 1873 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Rev Henry Gamble

(9 May 1793 - before 5 February 1867)
     Rev Henry Gamble was christened on 9 May 1793 in Shankill, Lurgan, Armagh, Ireland. He was the son of Henry and Ann (nee Cutliffe). His father was the curate of the church for over 20 years.
     Henry was educated at Old Blundells School, Tiverton, Devon. He graduated in 1815 from Exeter College, Oxford University, with a Bachelor of Arts.
Rev Henry Gamble married Elizabeth de Vere Law in 1816 in Barnstaple, Devon. They had 8 known children. Henry married again, in 1854 at Hove, Brighton, Caroline Fisgard a widow. She died in Clifton in 1861.
     Rev Henry Gamble was employed by He was some time incumbent of Newport, Barnstaple, but also at times, served other churches in North Devon and Cornwall including Mortehoe during the absence of the vicar, between 1815 & 1821 and Launcells (Vicar 1832 instituted March 27th). was a clergyman, England.
Matthew Fleming Handy and Isabella Sarah Gamble were married by Rev Henry Gamble on 18 September 1845 in Acton, Ballymore, Armagh, Ireland. Henry was the first incumbent at Clifton, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England, in 1846.
Rev Henry Gamble married Caroline Fisgard in 1854 in Hove, Sussex.
     Henry died before 5 February 1867 in Clifton, Ashbourne Derbyshire. He was buried on 5 February 1867 in Clifton.

Children of Rev Henry Gamble and Elizabeth de Vere Law

Henry Cutliffe Gamble

(circa 1822 - circa 1875)
     Henry Cutliffe Gamble was born circa 1822 in Barnstaple, Devon, England. He was the son of Rev Henry Gamble and Elizabeth de Vere Law.
     Henry died circa 1875 in Howrah, Bengal Presidency, India. Oct 11th at Howrah, Henry Cutliffe Gamble, Master Mariner and Surveyor of Shipping, Rangoon, aged 55 years.
     His will was proved in 1875 at Rangoon, Burma. He was a sea captain (and gt grandfather of John Macdonald, the supplier of much of the information on this branch of the family).

Child of Henry Cutliffe Gamble

Isabella Sarah Gamble

(12 February 1825 - 31 December 1897)
     Isabella Sarah Gamble was born on 12 February 1825. She was the daughter of Rev Henry Gamble and Elizabeth de Vere Law.
Isabella Sarah Gamble married Matthew Fleming Handy, son of John Handy and Emily Alexander, on 18 September 1845 in Acton, Ballymore, Armagh, Ireland. The Armagh Guardian , 30 Sep 1845 reported: On the 18th inst., at Acton church, by the father of the bride, M Fleming Handy Esq., of New Haggard Cottage in the county of Meath, to Isabella Sarah, daughter of Rev H Gamble of Drumnargoole-house, county Armagh. The Dublin weekly nation on 4 Oct 1845 reported the same event at Poyntzpass church.
Isabella Sarah Gamble and Rev Leslie Alexander Handy witnessed Thomas Henry Digges La Touche and Anna Frances Handy's wedding on 16 September 1891 in St John's, Monkstown, Rathdown RD, Dublin.
     Isabella died on 31 December 1897 in 4 Eglington Park, Kingstown, Monkstown, Dublin, Ireland, aged 72. Isabella Sarah Handy, widow of gentleman, aged 73. She was buried in Deansgrange cemetery, Blackrock, Dublin.
     Her will was proved on 10 February 1898 at Dublin, Ireland. Will of Isabella Sarah Handy late of 4 Eglinton Park, Kingstown, co. Dublin, widow, who died 31 December 1897 granted at Dublin to Rev Leslie A Handy of Skyrne Rectory, Tara, co. Meath, clerk. Effects £427/3/9.

Children of Isabella Sarah Gamble and Matthew Fleming Handy

John Gamble

(circa 1823 - )
     John Gamble was born circa 1823 in Barnstaple?, Devon. He was the son of Rev Henry Gamble and Elizabeth de Vere Law.

John Frederick Gamble

(circa 1853 - April 1894)
     John Frederick Gamble was born circa 1853. The birth of a John Frederick Gamble was registered in the the Dec quarter of 1852 in the Ashbourne RD (7b/410). Another was registered in June quarter 1854 in the Belper RD - baptised 4 March 1856 at Duffield. He was the son of Henry Cutliffe Gamble.
John Frederick Gamble married Phoebe Stella Clement in 1879 in Bengal, India.
     John died of disease of the kidneys in April 1894 in South Stoneham RD, Hampshire, England. He was a Master Mariner.

Child of John Frederick Gamble and Phoebe Stella Clement

Martha Frances Gamble

(circa 1828 - 12 February 1875)
     Martha Frances Gamble was born circa 1828. She was the daughter of Rev Henry Gamble and Elizabeth de Vere Law.
Martha Frances Gamble married Andrew Alexander Handy, son of John Handy and Emily Alexander, on 11 February 1857 in Clifton, Derbyshire, England. Martha Frances Gamble was an executor of Andrew Alexander Handy's estate on 27 May 1874 in Dublin, Ireland.
     Martha died on 12 February 1875 in 1 Ardnagreina, Kingstown, Monkstown, Dublin, Ireland. She was buried on 15 February 1875 in St George, Dublin.
     Her will was proved on 12 August 1875 at Dublin. Will of Martha Frances Handy, late of 1 Ardnagreina, Kingstown, co. Dublin, widow. Died 12 Feb 1875 at same. Proved at the Principal Registry by oath of Samuel Townsend Handy of Rhumullen, Goresbridge, co. Kilkenny, Esq. one of the executors. Effects less than £13000.