Cateyrn ap Gwrtheyrn

     Cateyrn ap Gwrtheyrn was born in Wales. He was the son of Gwrtheyrn Gwrtheneu (Vortigern) (?) and Severa f Macsen Wledig (?).

Child of Cateyrn ap Gwrtheyrn

Gwaithfoed ap Gwrydr

     Gwaithfoed ap Gwrydr was the son of Gwyrdr Hir, 'King ganol taleith' (?).

Child of Gwaithfoed ap Gwrydr

Caradog ap Gwygon

     Caradog ap Gwygon was the son of Gwygon ap Maredudd (?).

Child of Caradog ap Gwygon

Ellin Gwylim ap Griffith

Elise ap Gwylog

     Elise ap Gwylog was the son of Gwylog ap Beli (?).

Child of Elise ap Gwylog

Eva ferch Gwyn ap Griffith ap Beli

     Eva ferch Gwyn ap Griffith ap Beli married Caradog ap Thomas, son of Thomas ap Rhodri and Margaret f Einion ap Seissylt (?). Eva ferch Gwyn ap Griffith ap Beli was born in Wales.

Child of Eva ferch Gwyn ap Griffith ap Beli and Caradog ap Thomas

Gwaithfoed ap Gwynnan

     Gwaithfoed died. He was of Powys.. He was born in Wales. He was the son of Gwynnan ap Gwynnog.

Child of Gwaithfoed ap Gwynnan

Lewis Gwynne ap Cadwallader

(before 1590 - 1663)
     Lewis Gwynne ap Cadwallader was born before 1590 in Bala, Merioneth, Wales. Lewis Gwynne ap Cadwallader ap Rydderca ap David ap Maredydd (pedigree recorded by Lewys Dunn 1594), of Bala, Merioneth, m. Sidney, daughter of Robert Wynne, of Maesmochnant, Denbighshire (of the Gwydyr family) and had issue .... He was the son of Cadwallader ap Rhydderch and Margaret ferch Jenn.
     Lewis Gwynne ap Cadwallader married Sidney Wynne, daughter of Robert Wynne and Catherine Lloyd.
     Lewis died in 1663 in Bala, Merioneth.
     Winston Guthrie Jones in The Wynnes of Sligo & Leitrim preface states:
This book attempts to trace the history of the Sligo family of Wynne of Hazelwood from its origins in 12th century Wales to its extinction, due to the failure of male heirs, in 1910. The then head of the family left Wales and established himself in Ireland in 1658, so that the larger part of the book, which is concerned with Ireland, covers a period of nearly three hundred years. The Hazelwood estate, with which the family is principally associated, was acquired in 1722.
     The primary sources on which this history is based consist of four collections of manuscripts. The first is a collection of documents, particularly letters, and papers relating to the property, which is in the possession of the present day members of the family. The documents quoted from this collection are here published for the first time. Secondly, the Public Record Office in Belfast has four volumes of documents relating to the service of the family in the Wars of William 111 and Marlborough. Thirdly, the manuscripts, printed books and newspapers in the Sligo County Library contain much information about the family. Fourthly, the National Library of Ireland has a collection of Wynne papers, chiefly conveyances and estate accounts.
     References to Wood-Martin and O'Rorke refer to their respective histories (published in 1882 and 1889) of the town and County of Sligo.
     For three hundred years, the head of the Wynne family, with one exception, bore the forename of Owen. In this book those named Owen have been numbered 1 to VI. The exception is John Arthur Wynne whose elder brother was named Owen but who died young within the lifetime of his father.
     Welsh Ancestry
     The family of Wynne with which this book is concerned came to Ireland from Wales in 1658 after acquiring extensive lands around Lurganboy, Co. Leitrim. Their home in Wales had been at Bala in the old county of Merioneth, now part of the larger county of Gwynedd. The family was prominent in that part of Wales. They owned nearly 2000 acres stretching along the northern shore of Lake Bala. Their house was Plas-yri-dre situated at the centre of the little township. The country was sheep-raising, the wool being used for the cottage industry of spinning and weaving, while the bulk of it was carried on pack-horses to the English markets at Oswestry and Shrewsbury.
     The family of Plas-yn-dre traced its ancestry back through ten generations to a 12th century chieftain named Rhirid Flaidd ('Rhirid the Wolf'). Rhirid received bardic praise for killing Saxons, as the Welsh called the invaders of their country. True, the rank and file were Saxons but their leaders were the far more formidable Norman lords. Chieftains, like Rhirid and his contemporary Owen Gwynedd, who styled himself Prince, and their descendants succeeded in beating off the Normans during a period of a hundred and fifty years until in 1282 King Edward I conquered the whole of Wales and killed the last independent Prince of Wales in battle.
     The descendants of Owen Gwynedd became the family of Wynn of Gwydir. Gwydir Castle, built in about 1500, stands on the river Conwy near the town of Llanrwst. By 1600 the head of the family of Gwydir was Sir John Wynn, one of the Welsh magnates who rose to Power while the Tudors wore the crown. The families of Plas-yn-dre and Gwydir twice intermarried. On the second occasion Lewis Gwynne of Plas-yn-dre (the names Gwynne and Wynne are interchangeable) married the niece of Sir John Wynne. Lewis's eldest son was Owen Wynne, the subject of the next chapter, who obtained the grant of land in Ireland and became the ancestor of the Wynnes of Hazelwood.
     The coat of arms of the Wynne family displays three wolves' heads on the shield. These refer to the wolf in Rhirid Flaidd's name and they are found in the arms of other families descended from the same ancestor. The Wynne's motto is "Non sibi sed toti" - ' not for oneself but for all."
     After a hundred and fifty years the Wynnes of Hazelwood forgot the details of their Welsh origins until in about 1800 when the then Owen Wynne and his brothers enquired into the matter. This was done partly out of a natural interest in knowing who were their forbears and partly because it was thought that Owen might just be entitled to the Gwydir baronetcy. There was no foundation for this belief. Nevertheless their researchers led them back to Owen Gwynedd and Rhirid Flaidd, ancestors of whom they must have felt justifiably proud.

Children of Lewis Gwynne ap Cadwallader and Sidney Wynne

Gwynnan ap Gwynnog

     Gwynnan ap Gwynnog was the son of Gwynnog Farfsych ap Lles Llawddeog.

Child of Gwynnan ap Gwynnog

Alicia Gye

     Alicia Gye married John Ruby on 10 June 1637 in Buckland Monachorum, Devon. Alicia was present at Thomas Ruby's christening on 25 November 1638 in Buckland Monachorum, Devon. Alicia was present at John Ruby's christening on 17 April 1643 in Buckland Monachorum, Devon.

Children of Alicia Gye and John Ruby

Cecilia de Haccombe (Lercedekine?)

(say 1310 - )
     Cecilia de Haccombe (Lercedekine?) was born say 1310 in England. She was the only child. She married c. 1327. She was the daughter of Sir Jordan de Haccombe and Isabella de St Aubin.

Sir Jordan de Haccombe

( - 1324)
     Sir Jordan de Haccombe married Isabella de St Aubin, daughter of Sir Mauger St Aubyn and Isabella Pidekswell.
     Jordan died in 1324.

Child of Sir Jordan de Haccombe and Isabella de St Aubin

Elizabeth Hacket

( - 27 July 1678)
     A contract for the marriage of Elizabeth Hacket and Archibald Dunbar was signed on 12 May 1666. She was the daughter and coheir of Walter Hacket of Mayen by Janet, elder daughter of George Leslie of Burdsbank.
     Elizabeth died on 27 July 1678.

Children of Elizabeth Hacket and Archibald Dunbar

Mary Hacket

(circa 1710? - )
     Mary Hacket was born circa 1710?.
     Mary Hacket married Matthias Bland, son of Elizabeth Bland.

Children of Mary Hacket and Matthias Bland

Helena Joyce Hackney (Hicks)

(4 September 1913 - February 2004)
     Helena Joyce Hackney (Hicks) was commonly known as Joyce. She's birth was registered in the quarter ending on 4 September 1913 in Coventry, Warwickshire. She was the daughter of Lily Ellis (Hackney).
     Helena Joyce Hackney (Hicks) married David Norman Hicks in June 1939 in Coventry, Warwickshire. Helena and is a genealogist.
     Helena Joyce Hackney (Hicks) lived at 'An Gernyk', Philleigh, Cornwall, 1990.
     Helena died in February 2004 in Bodmin RD, Cornwall, aged 90.

Edward Haddock

(say 1635 - after 2 July 1662)
     Edward Haddock was born say 1635. He may the son of Phillip Haddocke, gent whose will dated 19 October 1658 [RB6/14 p.419] mentions his son Edward Haddocke executor, and brother Lawrence Price who is to be advisor until his son Phillip is 15. It was witnessed by Arthur & Richard Nusum and proved 3 July 1661..
     Edward Haddock married Mary Butler, daughter of Unknown Butler and Margery Unknown (Butler), in 1657 in Christ Church, Barbados.
     Edward Haddock made a will dated 2 July 1662 in Barbados. Edward Haddock, of Barbados, planter, mentions his wife Mary Haddock as executrix, daughter Elizabeth Haddock - the wood adjoining David Arnett, Mary Lisly, & Capt Samuel Newton, not to be fallen until daughter reaches the age of 16; his wife is with child, friends Capt Mathew Parrott, Capt Clarke & Thomas Cooper to be overseers. Signed Edward Haddock. Witnessed by Maurice (X) Rowland & Thomas (X) Cooper.
     Edward died after 2 July 1662 in Barbados.
     His will was proved on 6 January 1662/63 at Barbados.

Children of Edward Haddock and Mary Butler

Edward Haddock

(25 March 1663 - )
     Edward Haddock was christened on 25 March 1663 in Christ Church, Barbados. He was the son of Edward Haddock and Mary Butler.
     Edward Haddock married Margaret Morris on 3 April 1684 in Christ Church, Barbados.

Elizabeth Haddock

(29 November 1660 - )
     Elizabeth Haddock was christened on 29 November 1660 in Christ Church, Barbados. She was the daughter of Edward Haddock and Mary Butler.
     Elizabeth Haddock was mentioned in the will of Edward Haddock dated 2 July 1662.
     Elizabeth Haddock married Humphrey Ball on 2 May 1677 in Christ Church, Barbados.

Elizabeth Haddock

     Elizabeth Haddock married Thomas Seadon, son of Thomas Seadon and Mary Rumboll, in 1679 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Jane Haddock

(before February 1832 - circa 3 February 1907)
     Jane Haddock was born before February 1832.
     Jane Haddock married William Handy, son of John Handy, on 13 May 1858 in Mullingar RD, Westmeath, Ireland. William Handy, of full age, bachelor, school master, of Ardnurcher, son of John Handy, gardener to Jane Haddock, full age, spinster, of Ardnurcher, daughter of George Haddock, policeman. By licence, both signing in the presence of E S? Beauchamp & John Smyth..
     Jane Haddock and William Handy appeared on the 1901 census in Ardnurcher Glebe, Kilcumreagh, Offaly, Ireland. William Handy,76, Head, Church of Ireland, born Westmeath, farmer, Read and write; wife Jane 64, Church of Ireland. born Kilkenny, Read and write; children - Handy Lizzie 30, Daughter, Church of Ireland, born Kings Co, House Keeper, Read and write - Not Married; Handy Robert 24, Son, Church of Ireland, gardener.
     Jane died circa 3 February 1907 in Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath, Ireland. Jane Handy, Horseleap, aged 75.

Children of Jane Haddock and William Handy

Thomas Haddon

(circa 1846 - )
     Thomas Haddon was born circa 1846.
     Thomas Haddon married Kate Cocksedge, daughter of Hammond Cocksedge and Mary Ann Hart, on 22 January 1901 in St Edmund, Northampton, Northamptonshire.

Percy Abner Hadfield

     Percy Abner Hadfield married Gladys Viney MacPherson, daughter of George MacPherson and Lillie Sarah Elizabeth Pullen Judd, in 1925 in Parkes district, New South Wales.

Margaret Hadland

     Margaret Hadland was commonly known as Madge.
     Margaret Hadland married George Edwin Martin, son of Henry Fawler Martin and Eleanor Ann Rudland, in 1904.

Children of Margaret Hadland and George Edwin Martin

Ann Hagan

(10 February 1844 - )
     Ann Hagan was also known as Nancy in records. She was christened on 10 February 1844 in Inish in Sultan townland, Termonmaguirk, Tyrone, Ireland. Annam ex Charles Hagan et Elenara Menagh. Sp. Patricio Martin et Margaret Martin. Inish. She was the daughter of Charles Hagan and Ellen Meenagh.
     Ann Hagan married Patrick Scullen on 7 January 1868? In Termonmaguirk. She was aged 24, daughter of Charles Hogan, he was 35, son of Stephen Scollan/Scullen.

Anne Hagan

     Anne Hagan was the daughter of John Hagan and Ellen Unknown.

Catherine Hagan

(circa 1881 - )
     Catherine Hagan was born circa 1881 in Tyrone. She was the daughter of Patrick Hagan.

Charles Hagan

(circa 1810 - before 1878)
     Charles Hagan was born circa 1810 in Ireland. He was the son of Patriarch Hagan.
     Charles Hagan married Ellen Meenagh before 1835. Charles Hagan was christened on 2 November 1836? In Dungannon, Tyrone. Charles, son of John Hagan & Eliza McShane, witness John ? & Mary McShane.
     Charles Hagan lived at Inish in Sultan townland, Termonmaguirk, Tyrone, Ireland, from 1837.
     The Catholics had three chapels, Creggan, Loughmacrory and Rocktown. There were separate burial places for women and children at Termon much used by the RCs. Carrickmore is known as the Rock or Termon Rock to the locals. Inish/Sultan townland is in the DED of Creggan.
Gary O'Hagan descends from a Charles O'Hagan, mason and his wife Jane Millar, of Derryloran, co. Tyrone. Their son Michael who emigrated to Vic was born 1 April 1845 and baptised the same day at Tullywiggan. He had sisters Eleanor Jane born 31 Jan 1840 at Gortalowry, Cookstown and Elizabeth born 22 April 1845 at Cookstown. Charles is listed in the Griffith Valuation at Gortalowry, parish of Derryloran.
     Charles died He may be the Charles Hagan aged 80 who died 25 Oct 1890 at Feegarron, Cookstown district, married farmer but the 1878 letter suggests her parents are dead. He could be the Charles Hagan who died 28 Dec 1871 aged 55 of Drumenny, Coagh, married, a weaver. The informant was Henry Hagan of Drumenny (who died in 1887 and the informant was his niece Eliza Devlin). He is more likely to be the Charles Hagan aged 60 who died at Cookstown RD in 1869 - certificate not yet available online before 1878 in Cookstown RD, Tyrone.

Children of Charles Hagan and Ellen Meenagh

Charles Hagan

(circa 1809 - 25 September 1869)
     Charles Hagan was born circa 1809 in Ireland. A Thomas Hagan is listed at Tullycall, Derryloran in the 1826 Tithe Appoltment Books.
     Charles Hagan married Jane Millar before 1840.      
Charles Hagan is listed in the Griffith Valuation circa 1852 in Gortalowry, Derryloran.
     Charles died of cancer of the face & neck on 25 September 1869 in Gortalowry, Derryloran, Tyrone, Ireland. Charles Hagan, male, married, 60 years, Quarry man.

Children of Charles Hagan and Jane Millar

Charles Hagan

(circa 1836 - 23 April 1883)
     Charles Hagan was born circa 1836 He could be the son of Charles or a presumed brother John - entered twice. in Tyrone. He was the son of John Hagan and Ellen Unknown.
     Charles Hagan married Catherine Unknown.
     Charles Hagan made a will dated 6 April 1883 in Irish St, Dungannon, Tyrone. In the name of God Amen, I Charles Hagan of Irish Street, Dungannon, co. Tyrone, do make this my last will and testament hereby revoking ...I bequeath all my real and personal property and everyting I shall die posseded of to my wife Catherine Hagan during her lifetime and I allow her to support my sister Mary Hagan decently during her lifetime and to pay all my lawful debts. I allow that my daughter Minnie Hagan is to get all real and personal property after the death of my wife Catherine Hagan. And I nominate and appoint ...
     Charles died on 23 April 1883 in Dungannon, Tyrone.
     His will was proved on 8 June 1883 in Armagh. Effects £65 10s. The Will of Charles Hagan late of Dungannon County Tyrone Merchant deceased who died 21 April 1883 at same place was proved at Armagh by Peter M'Shane and Patrick Hart both of Dungannon Clothiers the Executors..

Child of Charles Hagan and Catherine Unknown

Charles Hagan

     Charles Hagan married Catherine McGrath before 1838.
     Charles Hagan lived at Cavanreagh, Termonmaguirk, between 1838 and 1847. 1838-1847.

Children of Charles Hagan and Catherine McGrath