Edith Marion Gould

(circa 1891 - )
     Edith Marion Gould was born circa 1891.
     Edith Marion Gould married Gerald William Bullett, son of Robert Bullett and Ellen Pegg, on 5 December 1921 in Chesterton RD, Cambridgeshire. 1921 Nov 19: Marriage notice books - Chesterton Union: Gerald Wlilliam Bullett, 27, bachelor, journalist, of 53 Carlyle Rd, Chesterton, length of residence - 6 weeks, distric Chesterton - Edith Marion Barker (formerly Gould), 30, widow, residence: of Bradforde House, Old Rd, Clacton on Sea; length of residence 3 months, district Tendring, Essex. Margin note: 5 Dec 21, by licence, the devoted wife of Alfred Leslie Barker.

Frances J Goulding

     Frances J Goulding married John Henry Stanser, son of William Bingham Stanser and Mary Ellis, in December 1923 in East Retford RD, Nottinghamshire.

Arthur Goult

     Arthur Goult married Susanna Cocksedge, daughter of Hammond Cocksedge and Mary Ann Hart, circa 1884 in Bradfield St Clare, Suffolk.

Margaret Gourlay

     Margaret Gourlay married James Carnegie, son of James Carnegie, on 28 April 1821 in Polmont, Stirlingshire, Scotland. She was called Clark at her son 's death.

Children of Margaret Gourlay and James Carnegie

Millicent de Gournay

     Millicent de Gournay married William de Cantelou, son of William de Cantelou, in 1213.

Edward William Govan

     Edward William Govan married Ann Forbes, daughter of Donald Horn Forbes and Margaret Ann MacPherson, in 1910 in Victoria.

John Goviley

     John Goviley was the son of Robert Goviley (of Goviley Major).
     John Goviley married Maude Unknown, daughter of Serle of Lansladron Kt.

Child of John Goviley and Maude Unknown

Robert Goviley (of Goviley Major)

Child of Robert Goviley (of Goviley Major)

Rose Goviley

     Rose Goviley married Otis Trerice, son of Udy Trerice. Rose Goviley was the daughter of John Goviley and Maude Unknown.

Child of Rose Goviley and Otis Trerice

Rachel Mary Gowers

(25 March 1911 - March 2001)
     Rachel Mary Gowers was born on 25 March 1911.
     Rachel Mary Gowers married John William Wood Fordham, son of Herbert John Fordham and Rose Kate Wood, on 11 June 1932 in Romford, Essex.
     Rachel Mary Gowers lived at Carne Vean, Boskenning, Heanor, Penzance, Cornwall.
     Rachel died in March 2001 in Truro RD, Cornwall.

Child of Rachel Mary Gowers and John William Wood Fordham

Elizabeth Goymour

(circa 1783 - Dec. 1823 aged 40)
     Elizabeth Goymour married Abraham 2 Sutton, son of Abraham 1 Sutton and Mary Unknown, 13 Oct 1807 by banns in Combs, Suffolk.
     Elizabeth died Dec. 1823 aged 40 in Combs, Suffolk. She was born circa 1783. She was buried on 18 December 1823 in Combs, Suffolk.

Children of Elizabeth Goymour and Abraham 2 Sutton

Robert Grace

     Robert Grace married Deborah Handcock, daughter of Richard Handcock and Ann Unknown.

Thomas Grace

     Thomas Grace married Catherine Clover Fox, daughter of Robert Fox and Sarah Clover.

Norah Graham (Miles)

( - December 2012)
     The marriage of Norah Graham (Miles) and Geoffrey Bullett, son of Edward Oswald Bullett and Elsie Brook, was registered in Hudddersfield RD, Yorkshire, in the September 1971 quarter. He had o children by either nmarriage.
     Norah died in December 2012.

Margaret de Graham

     Margaret de Graham married Hugh Ross (of Rarichies), son of Hugh, Earl of Ross, and Margaret Graham Countess of Ross. A dispensation was granted but it did not involve the ancestry of Hugh.

Ann Graham or Greame

     Ann Graham or Greame was the daughter of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.

Elizabeth Graham or Greame

     Elizabeth Graham or Greame was the daughter of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.
     Elizabeth Graham or Greame married (?) St Leger before 1623.

George Graham or Greame

     George Graham or Greame was the son of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.

Sir George Graham or Greame

(say 1570 - 9 October 1624)
     Sir George Graham or Greame was born say 1570. He was the son of Patriarch Graham or Greame.
     George died on 9 October 1624 in Cavan, Ireland.

Child of Sir George Graham or Greame

Jane Graham or Greame

     Jane Graham or Greame was the daughter of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.
     Jane Graham or Greame married (?) Hetherington before 1623.

Margaret Graham or Greame

     Margaret Graham or Greame was the daughter of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.

Patriarch Graham or Greame

     Patriarch Graham or Greame was also known as Patriarch Graham in records. He was born in Scotland.

Children of Patriarch Graham or Greame

Peter Graham or Greame

     Peter Graham or Greame was the son of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.

Richard Graham or Greame

     Richard Graham or Greame was the son of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.

Sir Richard Graham or Greame

(circa 1550 - 7 November 1625 or 1626)
     Sir Richard Graham or Greame was also known as Grimes in records. Sir Richard Graham or Greame was also known as Graham in records. He was born circa 1550 in Scotland. Richard & George shared the arms of the Greame family of Sewerby House, Yorkshrire. He was the son of Patriarch Graham or Greame.
     Sir Richard Graham or Greame married Elizabeth Hetherington, daughter of Christopher Hetherington. He married Elizabeth, daughter of Christopr Hetherington of Dunecarney in the county of Dublin by whom he had issue Thomas, William, Peter, George, Richard, Jane, Katherin (Dunbar), Elizabeth, Margaret, and Ann.
     In the Carew manuscripsts he is described as being "a gallant soldier but".
     In April 1601 he was given letters of recommendation to Sir Robert Cecil at Court, from Lord Chancellor Loftus, Thomas [Jones] Bishop of Meath, Capt David Hetherington, Sir Geoffrey Fenton and Sir George Carew. But they all hoped for his speedy return. He was licensed from the Lord Deputy to repair to England for two months and was to be paid 100 pounds.
1601 May 14: Sir Richard Greame to be sent back asap, for the Lord Deputy can ill spare him. [Calendar of State Papers, Ireland v.10 1600-1601]
1601 25 May: The Queen to the Lord Deputy and Lord Cancellor for Sir Richard Greame "Graeme has served us well etc. We are pleased to grant him at his suit, the towns, etc. of Rahin, late in the tenure of Edmond McMolmory and Hahinduff and Crymorgan, lately held by Lisaghe O'More, and Dowrie, held by Shane O'More, and Money ne Bollie, late in the holding of Cale O'Kelly ... in King's county. These lands are in the yearly value of 16/19/- or thereabouts and are forfeited by the rebellion of the tenants therof. ..." [Addenda, Calendar of State Papers, Ireland p.631]
1601 9 Aug: Sir Richard Greame to Secretary Cecil "There was a fight at Benburb before I came here, where we lost and killed and wounded about 60. Ferdorogh McArt O'Hagan was reported slain on the Irish side "but yet recovered" and many others were hurt or slain. Since ten they gave a bravado in the night; and they lost Lierce Lacy, McGilespicke, a captain of Tyrone's and nine more. There is a report that the Spaniards have landed at Callangebegg [Killybegs] ... [Calendar of State Papers, Ireland 1601-3 Elizabeth, v.11 p.15].
1601 9 Aug: List of H.M. army in Ireland [gives daily pay] - Horsemen 12d - Sir Richd Greame, each 50 men. [ibid. p.17].
     30 Sep 1602 army list : Mountjoy Fort: Horse - Sir Wm Godolphin & Sir Richd Greame, total 100; Foot Capts Simon Killigrew; 1602 Dungan : - Godolphin (Foot) & Greames, R (horse). Mountjoy: - Simon Killigrew (foot).
7 Oct 1602: Capt's erected by the Lord Depty on 9 Nov 1601 - Sir Richd Greames (Note that a Capt Thos Wynn arrived in Munster in Nov 1601).
20 Nov 1602: Army distribution Oct 1602 ... Mountjoy, Commander: Godolphin & Graeme 100 [men].
1602 20 Dec: Discharge from Irish Army: Horse and foot to be discharged as they may have warning ... Capts Killigrew ... (each 100) at Mountjoy.
     1603 July 31, Warrant for a grant to Jas. Greame, Kt. & his heir, one of the Gents of the King's P.C. ... [Calendar of State Papers, Ireland James I, 1603-16-6 p.71].
1603 Oct 1: List of the army serving in Ireland - Horsemen .. Sir Richard Greame 50, Sir George Greame, 14. Horses 950, Foot 8050.
     1610 #593 Servitors of Ireland who are willing & may be induced to undertake & make good such quantities of the escheated lands of Ulster ... Other knights, servitors and penisoners in pay, who may or will undertake of themselves with some helps & encouragements & some of them without helps, viz ... Sir George Greame & Sir Richard Greame ...
1610: Sir Richard Greame, Kt, constable of Fort of Old Court, 9 warders (Connaught province).
Cavan: Servitors: Sir Geo Greame & Sir Richrd Greame, Lieutenants, 2000 acres £16/-/-, precinct of Tullaghah [Tullyhaw].
     1618 Muster book of the Undertakers : Co. Cavan, Sir Richard Greames, barony of Tulleknougher, 1000 acres (also Sir George was mustered for 1000 acres there).
     In Jan 1619: Answers of Sir Richard Greame to the petition of Phelim McFeagh Byrne & Bryan, his son & heir re Ranelagh & other lands in co. Wicklow.
     Sir Richard Graham or Greame made a will dated 24 October 1623. His will mentions his wife Elizabeth, brother William, children Wiliam, Thomas, Peter, Geroge, Richard, Jane wife of Hetherington, Katherine wife of Dunbar, Christine, Margaret, Anne & Elizabeth wife of St Leger.
     Richard died on 7 November 1625 or 1626 in Lynanstown, Laois, Ireland. He was succeeded by his son Thomas then forty years of age and married.
     His will was proved on 7 May 1627 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Thomas Graham or Greame

(circa 1587 - )
     Thomas Graham or Greame was born circa 1587. He was described as the eldest son in his father's will and was aged 40 at this father's death. He was the son of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.
     A Thomas Graham received letters of denization with John Dunbar on 12 Feb 16 Jas I.
     Thomas Graham or Greame and William Graham or Greame and Katherine Graham were beneficiaries in Sir Richard Graham or Greame's will dated 24 October 1623. He was described as the eldest son.

William Graham or Greame

(before 1586 - )
     William Graham or Greame was born before 1586. He was the son of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.
     Eldest son who married Jane Browne of Mulrankan. A flagitious and inhauman man according to Hill. He settled at Lisnamallard near Lisnakea according to Bob Little of Armagh's extensive research..
     William Graham or Greame and Thomas Graham or Greame and Katherine Graham were beneficiaries in Sir Richard Graham or Greame's will dated 24 October 1623. He was left hsi father's castle and lands in Wicklow.

William Graham or Greame

(circa 1594 - )
     William Graham or Greame was born circa 1594. He was the son of Sir George Graham or Greame. William was described as a living child of Sir George Graham or Greame on 9 October 1624.

Alan Graham Earl of Menteith

     Alan Graham Earl of Menteith was born in Scotland.

Child of Alan Graham Earl of Menteith

Sir David Graham

Child of Sir David Graham