Ann Handcock

     Ann Handcock was the daughter of Sir William Handcock and Elizabeth Coddington.
     Ann Handcock married Patrick Wemyss in 1702.

Ann Handcock

( - 1 March 1878)
     Ann Handcock was the daughter of Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine and Ann French.
     She married firstly on 14 Oct 1830 Col. Sempronius Stretton who died 5 Feb 1842, and secondly, on 1 Oct 1846, Col. St John Gore Browne, whod died 19 May 1861.
     Ann died on 1 March 1878.

Ann Handcock

     Ann Handcock was the daughter of Tobias Handcock and Mary Unknown.

Anne Handcock

     Anne Handcock was the daughter of Rev Richard Handcock and Sarah Toler.
     Anne Handcock married John Maunsell in February 1840. A John Maunsell married Anne Handcock in 1793 also.

Anne Handcock

     Anne Handcock was the daughter of John Handcock.
     Anne Handcock married John Sealy or Leahy Townsend in September 1795 in Dublin, Ireland. On the 14 Sep 1795 it was reported in a newspaper: Miss Handcock, only daughter of the late Governor Handcock, MP, married John Leahy (Selay) Townsend, Esq.

Arthur Handcock

     Arthur Handcock was the son of Tobias Handcock and Johanna Reily.

Arthur Handcock

(5 April 1796 - 27 July 1826)
     Arthur Handcock was born on 5 April 1796 in Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine and Ann French.
     He married Margaret Downing and had two daughters, Anna & Florinda. She married secondly Hon Admiral William Le Poer Trench.
     Arthur died on 27 July 1826 aged 30. At Athlone, on the 27th ult. in the 30th year of his age, deservedly and universally lamented, Arthur, second son of Richard Handcock, Esq., late Collector of Athlone..

Arthur Handcock

(circa 1840 - )
     Arthur Handcock was born circa 1840 in Ireland. He was the son of Capt Elias Robison Handcock and Helen Ormsby.

Augusta Georgina Handcock

(circa 1845 - )
     Augusta Georgina Handcock was born circa 1845. She was the daughter of Gustavus Drake Handcock and Augusta Georgina Montfort.

Catherine Handcock

(circa February 1730 - 5 April 1746)
     Catherine Handcock was born circa February 1730 in Dublin, Ireland. She was the daughter of Gustavus Handcock and Elizabeth Temple. Catherine Handcock was christened on 28 April 1730 in St Mary, Dublin, Ireland.
     Catherine died on 5 April 1746 in Athlone, Westmeath/Roscommon, Ireland. See her father's memorial inscription for details..

Charles Handcock

(31 January 1808 - 13 February 1879)
     Charles Handcock was born on 31 January 1808 in Westmeath. Born on the 28th according to the Kings Inn admission papers. He was the son of Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine and Ann French.
     Charles matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, on 7 November 1825. Charles was a barrister.
     He married Elizabeth Kelly on 25 April 1845, she died 26 June 1878 and was the daughter of Daniel Kelly of Cargins by Mary French, daughter of Charles, 3rd Lord de Freyne.
     Charles died on 13 February 1879 aged 71.

Charles Handcock

(16 January 1810 - )
     Charles Handcock was christened on 16 January 1810 in Whitechurch, Wexford. He was the son of Rev Thomas Handcock MA and Olivia Potts.
     Charles matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, on 19 October 1829.

Charles Handcock

(say 1670 - )
     Charles Handcock was born say 1670. He was the son of William Handcock and Abigail Stanley.

Christopher Handcock

     Christopher Handcock was the son of Richard Handcock and Ann Unknown.

Daughter Handcock

(15 December 1841 - )
     Daughter Handcock was born on 15 December 1841 The Dublin Evening Post 21 Dec 1841 announced Dec 15, at Stradbally, Queen's county, the lady of the Rev Elias Handcock, of a daughter :ITAL] in Stradbally, Laois. She was the daughter of Rev Elias Handcock and Roberta Arthur.

Deborah Handcock

     Deborah Handcock was the daughter of Rev? Eliah Handcock and 'Widow' Crowse.
     She may be the Deborah Handcock of the Union of Aghour, spinster, who married Thomas Holmes of Bonnetstown in the co. of Kilkenny, farmer, on 17 July 1775, both Protestants.
A Hester Handcock of the same place, spinster, Protestant married George Dillon of Colone in co. Kilkenny, farmer on 18 Oct 1766.

Deborah Handcock

     Deborah Handcock was the daughter of Tobias Handcock and Mary Unknown.

Deborah Handcock

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

Dorothea Handcock

     Dorothea Handcock was the daughter of Rev Robert Handcock D D and Jane Bryanton.
     Dorothea Handcock married William Phipps.

Dorothea Jane Handcock

     Dorothea Jane Handcock was born in Ireland. She was the daughter of Rev Thomas Handcock MA and Olivia Potts.
     Dorothea Jane Handcock married William Phipps on 15 August 1820.

Dorothy Handcock

     Dorothy Handcock was born in Westmeath, Ireland. He was the son of William Handcock and Susan/Sarah Warburton.

Dorothy Handcock

( - 3 December 1830)
     Dorothy Handcock was born in Westmeath, Ireland. She was the daughter of Rev Richard Handcock and Sarah Toler.
     Dorothy Handcock married John Loftus Cuppage on 17 December 1768 in St Anne, Dublin, Ireland.
     Dorothy died on 3 December 1830.

Dorothy Handcock

     Dorothy Handcock was the daughter of Thomas Handcock and Dorothy Green.
     Dorothy Handcock married Rev William Walsh.

Eleanor Handcock

     Eleanor Handcock was the daughter of Tobias Handcock and Mary Unknown.

Eliah Handcock

(circa 1720? - before 2 January 1790)
     Eliah Handcock was born circa 1720? In Ireland?. His parentage is uncertain.. He was the son of Rev? Eliah Handcock and 'Widow' Crowse.
     Eliah Handcock married Mary Pierce in 1749 in Ardagh & Kilmore Diocese. He is probably the Eliah Handcock, who obtained a marriage licence to wed Mary Peirce/Piers, the daughter of Henry 3rd Baronet(1678-1733).
Lodge's peerage of Ireland describes him as the son of Eliah, of Annaghduffe.
     Eliah Handcock and Mary Reinhardina Guy Dickens obtained a marriage licence on 1 April 1772. Elia Handcock, widower, St Olave, Bermondsey & Mary Reinhardina, spinster, St Mary Hornsey.
     Eliah Handcock married secondly Mary Reinhardina Guy Dickens on 9 April 1772 in St Olave, Southwark, Surrey. Eliah Handcock, widower, of this parish & Mary Reinhardin Guydickens of Hornsey, Mdx, spinster were married in this church by lycence . Signed Eliah Handcock & M R Guydickens, in the presence of Eliza Wood & Cha? Gilbert.
He was probably her second cousin and had married in 1749 to Mary Peirce.
     He was described as a gent of Waddon, Surrey in 1775.
     Eliah Handcock was mentioned in the will of Melchior Guy Dickens dated 10 July 1775.
     A marriage settlement between Eliah Handcock and Mary Reinhardina Guy Dickens was made on 26 January 1776. Post-nuptial settlement of (1) Eliah Handcock of Pennant, co. Brec., esq., and Mary Reinhardina Handcock his wife and daughter of Melchior Guydickins, esq., dec., being an assignment to (2) Thomas Millington of Bread Street Hill, London, gent., Timothy Handcock of Pennant, esq., and Solomon Hamilton of the Inner Temple, esq., of £4,000 of Capital Bank Stock devised by the said Melchior Guydickins to the said Mary Reinhardina Handcock his daughter, the interest to the use of the said Mary Reinhardina Handcock for life, and afterwards as a provision for the children of the marriage. Covenant by the said Eliah Handcock not to intermeddle . Endorsed: another copy of this indenture was left in the care of Messrs Henry & Robert Drummond of London, bankers..
     Eliah Handcock lived at Pennant, Breconshire, Wales, 1777.
     Articles of agreement between (1) Joseph Pryce of Gellyhir, co. Glam., esq., and (2) Eliah Handcock of Pennant, co. Brec., esq., to convey free lands (3a.), two m's, two barns, one bakehouse, eleven cottages, one wharf, one fishery and customary lands (59a.) in the manor of Rumney, and customary lands (6a.) in p. Rumney and the manor of Wentlloog in the tenure of Thomas Sweet, gent., at the rent of £70, all formerly the estate of John Powell, dec. (father of Letitia, wife of 1), for £1700. 17 Sep 1770..
     Conveyance by (1) Joseph Pryce of Gellyhir, co. Glam., esq., and Letitia, his wife, only daughter and customary heir of John Powell, esq., dec., to (2) Eliah Handcock of Pennant, co. Brec., esq., of m's in p. Rumney and in the manor of Wentlloog (acreages given), and a pew or seat in the church of p. Rumney. Recites M 7/16, and a surrender dated 10 May 1762, by 1, of lands in p. Rumney, and admission of Thomas Evans as feoffee in trust to the use of 1. Consideration: £1700. 1 Nov 1777..
     3 Nov 1777: Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Joseph Pryce. esq., and Letitia, his wife, of lands (6a.) in p. Rumney, and the admission of Eliah Handcock of Pennant, co. Brec., esq. Consideration: £1700.
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Eliah Handcock, esq., of land (6a.) in p. Rumney, and the admission of Thomas Evans of p. Rumney, gent., as feoffee in trust to the use of the said Eliah Handcock.
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Joseph Pryce, esq., and Letitia, his wife, of free land (3a.), two m's, two barns, one bakehouse, eleven cottages, one wharf, one fishery and customary lands (59a.) in the manor of Rumney, and the admission of Eliah Handcock of Pennant, co. Brec., esq.
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Eliah Handcock, esq., of free land (3a.), two m's, two barns, one bakehouse, eleven cottages, one wharf, one fishery and customary land (59a.) in the manor of Rumney, and the admission of Thomas Evans as feoffee in trust to the use of the said Eliah Handcock.
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     Deed of covenant between (1) Eliah Handcock of Wickwarr near Wotten Underidge, co. Glou., esq., (2) Mary Reinhardina Handcock, wife of 1, and (3) Thomas Evans of p. Rumney, co. Mon., gent., to surrender m's and lands in the manors of Rumney and Wentlloog (acreages given), to (4) Timothy Handcock of New Ormond Street, p. St George Bloomsbury, co. Mddlx., esq., Michael Bray of Lincolns Inn, esq., and Michael Teight of Rathbone Place, p. Marylebone, doctor of physick, trustees, and the same to stand seized of the said lands towards making good the sum of £5,200 upon the trusts mentioned in recitals. Recites the will dated 10 July 1775 of Melchior Guy Dickens, esq., dec., bequeathing £4,000 capital bank stock to 2, his daughter, a settlement dated 26 Jan. 1776 between 1 and 2 on one part, and Thomas Millington, gent., Timothy Handcock and Solomon Hamilton, esq., trustees, transferring the said sum to the trustees in trust as coverture to 2, and after her death, to her heirs, a decree dated 6 March 1777 discharging the said Thomas Millington and Solomon Hamilton as trustees, and appointment dated 9 June 1777 of Edmond Kelly and Edward King as new trustees, the sale of £4,000 bank stock on 18 July 1777 for £5,200, recites M 7/16, 18, 20-21, recites that 1 paid £1,700 for lands as part of the sum of £5,200, and a decree dated 2 July 1782 to convey all estates in co. Mon. to 4. Dated 27 Feb 1783..
     Eliah Handcock and Mary Reinhardina Guy Dickens obtained a marriage licence on 4 June 1787 in London. But she was described as his wife in 1775 and 1776.
SoG reported that in the marriage licence allegation for Eliah Handcock and Mary Reinhardina Guydickens dated 4 June 1787, Mr. Handcock is listed as a widower of the parish of St. Andrew Holborn. Mary Guydickens is listed as a spinster of the same parish, aged 35. A licence was issued to them to be married in the parish church of St Andrew Holborn. We happen to have a microfilmed copy of the St Andrew marriage records and I found a marriage entry for them on 5 June 1787, one day after the licence was issued.
     Eliah Handcock was also reported as having married Mary Reinhardina Guy Dickens, daughter of Melchior Guy Dickens and Hannah Handcock, on 5 June 1787 in St Andrew, Holborn, London. Eliah Handcock of the parish of St Andrew Holborn, Middlesex, Esq, widower, and Mary Reinhardina Guydickens of the same parish were married in this church by licence 5 June 1787 by me Charles Barton, Rector. This marriage was solemnized between us Eliah Handcock and M R Guydickens in the presence of us Dorothea Handcock, R Perry.
     Eliah Handcock made a will dated 9 June 1787 in Rumney. I Eliah Handcock of Rompney, esquire make this my last will and testament ... I desire that my body may be decently buried at the discretion of my executrix hereafter named And I give devise and bequeath all my estate and effects whatsoever unto my dear wife Mary Reinhardina Handcock her heirs etc absolutely ... and I do hereby nominate my said wife sole executrix.
     Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Thomas Evans of p. Rumney, yeoman, feoffee in trust to Eliah Handcock, esq., of free land (3a.), two m's, two barns, one bakehouse, eleven cottages, one wharf, one fishery and customary land (59a.) in the manor of Rumney, and the admission of Eliah Handcock. Dated 20 March 1789.
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Eliah Handcock of p. Rumney, esq., of free land (3a.), two m's, two barns, one bakehouse, eleven cottages, one wharf, one fishery and customary land (59a.) in the manor of Rumney and in the tenure of Eliah Handcock, and the admission of Peter Rocke of Grays Inn, co. Mddx, gent., as feoffee in trust..
     Eliah died before 2 January 1790 in Rumney, Gwent/Monmouthshire, Wales.
     His will was proved on 2 January 1790 at the Llandaff Diocesan Court, Wales. He was buried on 7 January 1790 in Rumney.
     19 August 1796: Release of title by (1) Michael Bray of Lincoln's Inn, co. Mddx, esq., surviving trustee, and covenant by (2) Mary Reinhardina Handcock of Queen Ann Street East, p. Saint Marylebone, co. Mddx, widow, to stand seized and surrender m's and lands in the manors of Rumney and Wentlloog to the use of (3) William Morgan of Watford, p. Eglwysilan, co. Glam., gent. Recites M 7/22 with recitals, that no surrender was made in pursuance to M 7/22, recites M 7/23-24, the will of Eliah Handcock dated 9 June 1787, devising his estate to 2, his wife, and that 2 agreed to sell lands to 3 for £2,300. Consideration: £2,300..

Rev? Eliah Handcock

(1679 - before 9 April 1768)
     Rev? Eliah Handcock was born in 1679 in Meath, Ireland. Second son of Thomas Handcock of Twyford & Dorothy Green. He was the son of Thomas Handcock and Dorothy Green.
     Rev? Eliah Handcock married 'Widow' Crowse.
     Eliah matriculated An Eliah Handcock gained a degree at Glasgow University in 1707 at the University, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, in 1707. Eliah was vicar at Rathcline & Cashell, Longford, on 4 November 1727. Eliah Handcock, AM coll. fuit 4 die mensis Novem. anno 1727 ad vicar. de Rathcline et Cashell in com. Longford. Eliah was Rector at Annaduff, Leitrim, Ireland, in 1740. Ardagh Succession List - J B Leslie : Cashel - Vicars: 1727. Eliah Handcock. coll. V. Cashel, Rathcline, Nov. 4, (F.F.); res. for (? 1737) Annaduffe 1740.
     Eliah died before 9 April 1768 in Belfast, Shankill, Antrim. Dublin 15 April. Died In Belfast, the Rev Eliah Handcock, Rector of Annaduffe, co. Leitrim, and uncle to the present Dean Hancock. A footnote adds: 2nd son of Thomas H. of Twyford & Dorothy Green. Dean Hancock was Richard, Dean of Achonry, father of William, cr. 1812 Baron Castlemaine & 1822 Viscount Castlemaine and Richard 2nd Baron Castlemaine.
     He was the ancestor of John, Lt Gov Kinsale & Robert, Dep Q.M.G.

Children of Rev? Eliah Handcock and 'Widow' Crowse

Elias Handcock

(11 April 1685 - before 1 July 1688)
     Elias Handcock was christened on 11 April 1685 in Lambourn, Berkshire. He was the son of John Handcock and Sarah Unknown.
     Elias died before 1 July 1688 in Lambourn, Berkshire. He was buried on 1 July 1688 in St Michael & All Angels, Lambourn. Elias Hankoke, son of John.

Elias Handcock

( - before 17 September 1783)
     Elias Handcock married Sarah Reeves on 20 May 1741 in Laycock, Wiltshire. Which Elias?.
     Elias died before 17 September 1783 in Walcot, Somerset. He was buried on 17 September 1783 in St Swithin, Walcot.

Children of Elias Handcock and Sarah Reeves

Elias Handcock

( - before 6 August 1809)
     Elias died before 6 August 1809 in Walcot, Somerset, England. He was buried on 6 August 1809 in St Swithin, Walcot.

Elias Handcock

(31 July 1748 - )
     Elias Handcock was christened on 31 July 1748 in Laycock, Wiltshire. He was the son of Elias Handcock and Sarah Reeves.