Lucy Aston or Austin

(5 November 1796 - )
     Lucy Aston or Austin was born on 5 November 1796 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Austin (Aston or Arston?) and Elizabeth Bullett. Lucy Aston or Austin was christened on 11 November 1796 in Bradfield St George.

Mary Aston or Austin

(2 February 1793 - )
     Mary Aston or Austin was born on 2 February 1793 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Austin (Aston or Arston?) and Elizabeth Bullett. Mary Aston or Austin was christened on 10 February 1793 in Bradfield St George.

William Aston or Austin

(8 November 1798 - )
     William Aston or Austin was christened on 8 November 1798 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. He was the son of John Austin (Aston or Arston?) and Elizabeth Bullett.

Unknown Aston

     Unknown Aston married Amicia le Gros, daughter of William le Gros Count of Aumale and Cecily de Romelli or FitzDuncan.

Caroline Atherton

(circa 1825 - before 31 October 1887)
     Caroline Atherton was born circa 1825 in London, England.
The marriage of Caroline Atherton and Isaac Cocksedge, son of Isaac Cocksedge and Frances Wing, was registered in Thingoe RD in the December 1849 quarter.
     Caroline Atherton and Isaac Cocksedge were recorded on the 1861 census in Ingham, Suffolk. Isaac Cocksedge, aged 33, ag. lab., born Culford wih his wife Caroline aged 31?, born London, Mdx, and children, Selena aged 9 born Culford, Frederick aged 7, born Culford and Matilda 5, Emma 2, both born at Ingham with two lodgers.
     Caroline Atherton and Isaac Cocksedge were recorded on the 1871 census in Ingham. Isaac 40, ag. lab. born Culford; his wife Caroline, 43 born London, and children Frederick 17, Emma 11 & George 9 all born at Ingham.
     Caroline Atherton and Isaac Cocksedge were recorded on the 1881 census in the Street, Flempton cum Hengrave, Suffolk. Isaac Cocksedge, aged 53, head, farm bailiff, born Culford, Caroline his wife aged 55, born London, and son George 19 ag. lab. born Culford.
     Caroline died before 31 October 1887 in Flempton cum Hengrave, Suffolk. She was buried on 31 October 1887 in St Catherine, Flempton cum Hengrave.

Children of Caroline Atherton and Isaac Cocksedge

Cicely Atherton

(circa 1540? - )
      See Speight for further data.. Cicely Atherton was also known as Cecilia in records. She was born circa 1540? In Yorkshire. She was the daughter of William Atherton.
Cicely Atherton married Anthony Maude before 1571.
In 1571/72 Cicely Atherton purchased property in Dunkeswick, Yorkshire, in 1571/72. Hilary Term, Fine between Anthony Mawde, gent and Cicely his wife, plaintiffs, and James Ryther esq., deforciant, of a messuage, a toft, a barn, a garden, an orchard, 20 acres of land, 40 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood, 30 acres of furze and heath, 20 acres of turbary, 20 acres of moss, and common pasture for all animals, in Dunkeswycke, which Dame Anne Browne, widow, holds for life: to hold after the death of Anne, to Anthony & Cicely and the heirs of Cicely. She and Robert Ryther, John Ryther, Edith Ryther, Mary Ryther, Cotton Tempest, Hellen or Ellen Ryther and Francis Maude were beneficiaries in William Atherton's will proved 19 January 1577/78.

Children of Cicely Atherton and Anthony Maude

Dorothy Atherton

(circa 1540? - after 1578)
     Dorothy Atherton was born circa 1540? In Yorkshire. She was the daughter of William Atherton.
Dorothy Atherton married Richard Tempest.
Between 1571 and 1583 Dorothy Atherton sold property in Harewood.
     Dorothy died after 1578. She was mentioned in her father's will..

Child of Dorothy Atherton and Richard Tempest

Elizabeth Atherton

(24 December 1543 - 18 December 1634?)
     Elizabeth Atherton was christened on 24 December 1543 in Bardsey, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of William Atherton.
Elizabeth Atherton married James Ryther, son of William Ryther and Mary Hales, before 1570. He had 6 children by 1577. There are no marriage records extant at Bardsey 1568-1577.
     Elizabeth died on 18 December 1634? Aged 90. An Elizabeth Ryther is buried 18 Dec 1634 at Raskelf, Yorkshire.

Children of Elizabeth Atherton and James Ryther

Katherine Atherton

(25 June 1541 - before 13 March 1545/46)
     Katherine Atherton was christened on 25 June 1541 in Bardsey, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of William Atherton.
     Katherine died before 13 March 1545/46 in Bardsey, Yorkshire. She was buried on 13 March 1545/46 in Bardsey.

Mary Atherton

(2 September 1542 - before 12 September 1542)
     Mary Atherton was christened on 2 September 1542 in Bardsey, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of William Atherton.
     Mary died before 12 September 1542 in Bardsey, Yorkshire. She was buried on 12 September 1542 in Bardsey.

William Atherton

(before 1520 - after 17 January 1577/78)
     William Atherton was born before 1520.      
William Atherton was listed in the Lay subsidy roll between 1545 and 1546 in Harewood. William Atterton assessed 18 sh. in bonis (moveable goods), the village was headed by William Gascoigne, sr. miles.
William Atherton married Elizabeth Unknown (Atherton) before 1550.
During Hilary term, 1550/1 (4 Edw VI) William Atherton, gent purchased 2 messuages and 2 cottages with lands and 4 quarell pytts of stoen and slate als. slate quarells in Carleton and Gyesley from Matthew Redman, esq. by a fine. In Easter term 1551, he purchased from William Gascoigne de Cusworth, kt. a messuage and cottage with lands in Harwood, Angrome and Wardley. In 1555 John Hopwood purchased from Robert Atherton and William Atherton, gent and Elizabeth his wife, 2 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Thorparche and Walton. In Trinity term 1564 he sold 2 messuage & 2 cottages with lands and 4 stone quarry pits in Carleton, Yeadon and Gyesley.
In 1556 William Atherton sold property in Harewood, Yorkshire. Mich. 3&4 Philip & Mary: Robert Atherton and William Grymston, gents. plaintiffs and deforciants William Ryther, esq and William Atherton, gent. re a messuage with lands in Harwode and Stockton.
     William Atherton made a will dated 17 January 1578 in Harewood. William Atherton/Atterton, of Harwod, Gent, giving his soul to God Almighty his Creator and Redeemer, and his body to be buried in Harewood church, and 5 s. to the same for repairs and for mending my stall belonging to my house. To the poor of Harewood 53 shillings & 4 pence at the discretion of James Ryther, Anthony Mawde and the Vicar there. All my lands in the lordship of Harewood and elsewhere to Robert, John, Edith, Mary, Anne & Ellen, children of my daughter Elizabeth wife of James Ryther, Cotton Tempest, son of my daughter Dorothy (wife of Richard) Tempest, and Francis Mawde, son of my daughter Cicely wife of Anthony Mawde. To Anthony Mawde and Cicely his wife, my daughter, 100 marks [£66/13/4] to the use of their children. To Cicely Mawde my daughter £20, to "to aryse of my oxen".
     His grandsons Robert Ryther and John Ryther were named as executors and residuary legatees and provision for James Ryther's mother Mary who must have stayed on at Harewood after her husband's death. As the boys were minors, administration was granted to their father James who was assigned as 'tutor' with three supervisors.

     William died after 17 January 1577/78 in Harewood, Yorkshire. He was buried before 19 January 1577/78 in Harewood.
     His will was proved on 19 January 1577/78.
     William Atherton and John Ryther and Robert Ryther were mentioned in a court case in February 1581/82 in London. 1581-2: Bill of complaint in the Star Chamber of James Rither of London, Esq. administrator of the goods and chattels of William Atherton of Harewood, gent, deceased, during the nonage of Robert & John Rither, the plaintiff's sons, executors appointed by William Atherton's will. Atherton in his lifetime delivered to Anthony Mawde of Helthwayhill £100 to be safely kept for Atherton's use, and to be paid to him or his assigns on demand, and by his will gave all his goods, etc. not otherwise bequeathed (and therefore including the £100) to the said Robert & John Rither, and made them executors. John has since died, but Robert is alive and still under 21. The plaintiff, as adminstrator, demanded the £100, but Mawde refused to repay it. The plaintiff, about two years ago, complained before the Council of the North at York, when Mawde appeared, and falsely swore that the £100 was a gift. He asked for a supoena against Mawde for perjury. Mawde demurred, on the ground that the cause of complaint arose before the Council of York, and could therefore be best tried there..

Children of William Atherton

Unknown Athol Duke of Atholl

     Unknown Athol Duke of Atholl married Margaret Stewart, daughter of James, IV, King of Scotland and Margaret Drummond. He was her second husband..

Ann Atkins or Atkinson

( - 22 July 1611)
     Ann Atkins or Atkinson was born in Stowell, Gloucestershire. She was the daughter and heiress of Sir Robert Atkinson of Stowell (Stawell, Gloucester and of Lincolns Inn).
Ann Atkins or Atkinson married Sir William Wentworth (Baronet), son of Thomas Wentworth Esq and Margaret Gascoigne.
     Ann died on 22 July 1611 in Wentworth, Yorkshire. She was buried on 23 July 1611 in The Old Church, Wentworth, Yorkshire.

Children of Ann Atkins or Atkinson and Sir William Wentworth (Baronet)

Catherine Atkinson

(before 22 July 1750 - )
     Catherine Atkinson was born before 22 July 1750 in Wroot, Lincolnshire, England. She is mentioned in the 1768 will of her grandmother.. She was the daughter of Daniel Atkinson and Catherine Coy (or Popplewell).

Daniel Atkinson

(circa 1720 - )
     Daniel Atkinson was born circa 1720.
Daniel Atkinson married Catherine Coy (or Popplewell), daughter of Richard Coy and Catherine Drake?, on 11 April 1743 in Wroot, Lincolnshire.

Children of Daniel Atkinson and Catherine Coy (or Popplewell)

Dinah Atkinson

(before 31 January 1748/49 - before 1768)
     Dinah Atkinson was born before 31 January 1748/49 in Wroot, Lincolnshire, England. She was the daughter of Daniel Atkinson and Catherine Coy (or Popplewell).
     Dinah died before 1768. She is not mentioned in the 1768 will of her grandmother..

Elizabeth Atkinson

     Elizabeth Atkinson married Thomas Orme, son of Robert Orme and Elizabeth Johnston, in January 1754.

Child of Elizabeth Atkinson and Thomas Orme

Elizabeth Atkinson

(before 24 March 1745/46 - )
     Elizabeth Atkinson was born before 24 March 1745/46 in Wroot, Lincolnshire. She is mentioned in the 1768 will of her grandmother. She was the daughter of Daniel Atkinson and Catherine Coy (or Popplewell).

Humphrey Atkinson

(before 21 March 1743/44 - )
     Humphrey Atkinson was born before 21 March 1743/44 in Wroot, Lincolnshire. He was mentioned in the 1768 will of his maternal grandmother. He was the son of Daniel Atkinson and Catherine Coy (or Popplewell).
     In Humphrey Popplewell's will dated 24 December 1751 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire, Humphrey Atkinson was named as heir.
     Administration of the estate of Catherine Drake? was granted to Humphrey Atkinson, on 9 January 1783 in the Stow Archdeaconry Administration was granted to Humphrey Atkinson alias Atkin, the grandson.

Thomas Atkinson

(before 1600 - )
     Thomas Atkinson was born before 1600.
Thomas Atkinson married Elizabeth Popplewell, daughter of Robert Popplewell and Ann Popplewell, on 27 November 1620 in Belton, Lincolnshire. I think it unlikely to be this Elizabeth, as her father's will implies she is unmarrried in February 1623/4.

Richard George Atrridge

     Richard George Atrridge married Charlotte Bugg, daughter of Henry Bugg and Hannah Maria Barrett, on 28 August 1886 in Holy Trinity church, Macdonaldtown, New South Wales, Australia.

Lily Hannah Attenborough

(12 September 1879 - 1949)
     Lily Hannah Attenborough was born on 12 September 1879 in Mt Arapiles, Victoria. She was the daughter of John & Hannah Keyte. After 1901 the family moved to Gippsland where her father leased a property at Calrossie from T G McKenzie.
Lily Hannah Attenborough married Donald Thomson MacKenzie, son of John MacKenzie and Catherine Ferguson, on 2 November 1902 in Won Wron, Victoria. After their marriage they moved to the Foster area until about 1908. They eventually moved to Bacchus Marsh.
     Lily died in 1949 in Bacchus Marsh, Victoria.

Children of Lily Hannah Attenborough and Donald Thomson MacKenzie

Enid May Attiwill

(1903 - 1953)
     Enid May Attiwill was born in 1903 in Mortlake, Victoria.
Enid May Attiwill married Dr Donald Montague Brown, son of Vernon Ritchie Brown and Mary Isabel MacKenzie, in 1925 in Victoria.
     Enid died in 1953 in Echuca, Victoria.

Children of Enid May Attiwill and Dr Donald Montague Brown

Joyce Atwater

     Joyce Atwater married Humphrey Hales, son of Sir James Hales K.B. and Mary Hales.

Amelie Mabel Aubry

(24 January 1903 - )
     Amelie Mabel Aubry was born on 24 January 1903 in Lambeth RD, Surrey. She was the daughter of Celestin Aubry and Mabel Florence Martin. Amelie Mabel Aubry was christened on 24 April 1903 in St Philip, Lambert, Surrey. She was the daughter of Celestin Aubry & Mabel Aubry.

Celestin Aubry

(circa 1876 - March 1913)
     Celestin Aubry was born circa 1876.
The marriage of Celestin Aubry and Mabel Florence Martin, daughter of Robert Sigsworth Martin and Sarah Griffin, was registered in Southwark RD, Surrey, in the March 1902 quarter. He was a cook/chef in London.
     Celestin's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1913 in Lambeth RD, Surrey.

Children of Celestin Aubry and Mabel Florence Martin

Leon Emile Aubry

(September 1904 - )
     Leon Emile Aubry's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1904 in Southwark RD, Surrey. He was the son of Celestin Aubry and Mabel Florence Martin.

Alice de Audley

( - after February 1276/77)
     Alice de Audley was born in England. She was the daughter of Henry de Audley..
Alice de Audley married Sir Piers de Montfort Lord of Beaudesert, son of Sir Piers de Montfort, circa 1228. He married in or before 1228 Alice, daughter of Henry de Audley ...
Alice survived him." The source cited in Complete Peerage for Alice de Audley having survived her husband is a Close Rolls item dated 50 Henry III (1265/6). That Alice de Montfort lived after this date is proved by several records found in the published rolls of Richard Gravesend, Bishop of Lincoln. These items show that Lady Alice de Montfort presented to the church of Ridlington, Rutland in 1266/7; to the church of Preston, Rutland in 1276/7; and and to church of Martinsthorp [Thorp Martin], Rutland in 1276/7 [see F.N. Davis, ed., Rotuli Ricardi Gravesend Episcopi Lincolniensis, A.D. 1258-1279 (Lincoln Rec. Soc. 20) (1925): 108, 130].
     Alice died after February 1276/77. Complete Peerage has a good account of the life history of Sir Peter de Montfort, of Beaudesert, Warwickshire, who was slain at the Battle of Evesham in 1265. "He married in or before 1228 Alice, daughter of Henry de Audley ... Alice survived him."
The source cited by Complete Peerage for Alice de Audley having survived her husband is a Close Rolls item dated 50 Henry III (1265/6), which item I have not yet examined. That Alice de Montfort lived after this date is proved by several records found in the published rolls of Richard Gravesend, Bishop of Lincoln. These items show that Lady Alice de Montfort presented to the church of Ridlington, Rutland in 1266/7; to the church of Preston, Rutland in 1276/7; and and to church of Martinsthorp [Thorp Martin], Rutland in 1276/7 [see F.N. Davis, ed., Rotuli Ricardi Gravesend Episcopi Lincolniensis, A.D. 1258-1279 (Lincoln Rec. Soc. 20) (1925): 108, 130].

Child of Alice de Audley and Sir Piers de Montfort Lord of Beaudesert

Henry Audley

(circa 1251 - before 22 April 1276)
     Henry Audley was born circa 1251 in England. He was the son of Sir James de Audley (~1220-1272) and Ela Longespee (~<1200).
Henry Audley married Lucy de Ros, daughter of Sir Robert de Ros 1st Baron and Isabel D'Aubigne.
     Henry died before 22 April 1276.

Euphemia de Aumale

     Euphemia de Aumale was born in Scotland. Eufemia. daughter of Ingelran of Aumale, brother of William, count of Aumale.'Eufemia de Albamarla': "Nepta" of William, count of Aumale, whom he married to Robert de Brus of Annerdale [sic]. Probably his niece, daughter of Ingelran d'Aumale. " [DD 268, cites Farrer, EYC III, no. 1352][8]
'domina Eufemia', witness to notice by Robert de Brus her husband (to his men) or a gift of a house with its manse and land in Lochmaben to the brethren of the hospital of St. Peter, York. [EYC II:4, no. 651, cites CCR iii, 92][3]
'a niece or other kinswoman ('nepta') of William, earl of Aumale' [DD 355, cites EYC iii, 1335].
Euphemia de Aumale married Robert de Brus 2nd Lord of Annandale, son of Robert de Brus Lord of Annandale and Agnes de Paganell, before 1176.