Bridget Handy or Hanley?

(2 August 1875 - )
     Bridget Handy or Hanley? was born on 2 August 1875 in Abbey, Clare or Galway?, Ireland. She was the daughter of James Handy or Hanley? and Mary Ryan.

James Handy or Hanley?

(before 1855? - )
     James Handy or Hanley? was born before 1855?. He was the son of Stray Handy.
     James Handy or Hanley? married Mary Ryan before 1875. James was a shoemaker in 1875, Abbey, Clare or Galway?, Ireland.

Child of James Handy or Hanley? and Mary Ryan

Emil or Emily Handy or Jenkins

(January 1895? - )
     Emil or Emily Handy or Jenkins was born in January 1895? In Nevada County, California. Emil or Emily Handy or Jenkins was the child of William Dawson Handy and Mary Unknown. Emil or Emily Handy or Jenkins was recorded on the 28 June 1900census in the household of William Dawson Handy and Mary Unknown in Grass Valley, Nevada County, California. Emil or Emily Handy or Jenkins was recorded on the 1910census in the household of William Dawson Handy and Mary Unknown in Grass Valley, Nevada County California.

? Handy

(31 July 1869 - 31 July 1869)
     ? died on 31 July 1869. He was born on 31 July 1869 31st ult, at Springfield House, King's County, the wife of Samuel W Handy, Esq, of a son, who survived only a short time. in 'Springfield House', Phillipstown, Offaly. He was the son of Samuel Wesley Handy and Martha Emilia Williams.

A Wesley Handy

(circa 1912 - )
     A Wesley Handy was born circa 1912 in New Jersey. He was the son of Thomas F Handy and Laura Unknown. Thomas, A and Vincent were recorded as the children of Thomas F Handy in the in 1920 census in East Orange, Essex county, New Jersey. Thomas, A and Vincent were recorded as the children of Thomas F Handy in the in 1930 census in East Orange, Essex co., New Jersey.

Abigail Handy

(before 13 August 1632 - )
     Abigail Handy was born before 13 August 1632 in Evesham, Worcestershire. She was the daughter of Thomas Handy (of Evesham).

Abraham Handy

( - before 18 May 1728)
     Abraham died before 18 May 1728 in Dublin, Ireland. He was buried on 18 May 1728 in St Nicholas Without, Dublin.

Agnes Handy

(15 January 1891 - 20 August 1912)
     Agnes Handy was born on 15 January 1891 in Raheen, Kilbride, Tullamore RD, Offaly, Ireland. Agnes, daughter of William Handy of Raheen and Margaret Handy, formerly Kenny, labourer, he made his mark on the 10 Feb 1891. She was the daughter of William Handy and Margaret Kenny. Joseph, Agnes, Julia, Margaret, Catherine, Elizabeth, William, Mary, Michael, Edward and Bridget were listed as William Handy's children in the 1901 census in Raheen, Clara, Offaly.
     Agnes died on 20 August 1912 in Raheen, Clara, Tullamore RD, Offaly/Westmeath, Ireland, aged 21. Agnes Handy aged 21, single, factory worker, of pulmonary tuberculosis..

Agnes Handy

(1934 - 2010)
     Agnes Handy was born in 1934. She was the daughter of William Handy and Isabella Davidson.
     Agnes died in 2010.

Alexander Kingston Handy

(1808 - 16 August 1883)
     Alexander Kingston Handy was also known as Alexander Kingstone Handy in records. He was born in 1808 in Offaly, Ireland. He was described as the second son in his brother Samuel Wesley's marriage settlement. He was the son of William Orme Handy and Mary Kingstone.
     Alexander matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, after October 1824. Pensioner (P.T.) Oct 18 1824, aged 16; son of William, generosus; born Kings co. B.A. 1829.
     A marriage settlement between Alexander Kingston Handy and Mary Richardson was made on 30 August 1837. The marriage settlement between Alexander Kingston Handy of Ormestown, Kings co. of the first part; Mary Richardson, Springfield, co. Down of the second part; William Orme Handy of Ormestown, Kings co., Samuel Wesley Handy, Mullingar, co. Meath of the third part & Thomas Richardson of Springfield co. Down of the fourth part is among papers deposited by Messrs John, Elliott & John at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland.
     Alexander Kingston Handy married Mary Richardson on 5 September 1837 in Church of Ireland, Magheralin, Down, Ireland. He was described as Alexander Handy, Esq. of Park House, co. Meath. Alexander Kingston Handy was listed in a directory dated 1846 as Alex K Hanly, esq at 'Park House', Kinnegad, Upper Moyfenrath, Meath.
     Alexander K Handy of Park House, Kinnedgad, stated that the district had not need of relief during the previous year due to its proximity of work being done on the Great Western Railway and the drainage of the River Boyne, but that these works now ....
     The Lord Chancellor, on the recommendation of the Lieutenant of the County, Lord Dunsany, has been pleased to appoint Alexander Kingston Handy, Esq., of Park House, to the commission of the peace for the county of Meath.      
Alexander Kingston Handy paid the Griffith Valuation in the 1850s in Ballybeg, Croghan, Lwr Phillipstown, Offaly, Ireland. He occupied a farmhouse, offices and lands & bog valued at £312/5/0, leased from the Earl of Charleville and sublet house and land to Michael Moor worth £4/5/0.
     Alexander Kingston Handy was mentioned in the will of Dorothea Ann Handy dated 31 March 1853.      
Alexander Kingston Handy paid the Griffith Valuation circa 1854 in 'Park', Upper Moyfenrath, Meath. In the townland of Park, Alexander Kingston Handy rented a house & offices on 88 acres of land from Alexander Montgomery, the house being valued at £16. He total net annual value was £116. He also sublet to tenants and was a lessee of bog land worth 3/-.      
Alexander Kingston Handy paid tax under the Griffith Valuation circa 1855 in Aughrim, Galway, Ireland. Alexander K Handy occupied property in Northbrook, Moat, Caltragh, Cooltymurraghy & HJighfield townlands in Aughrim. An Alexander Handy occupied land at Lavagh, Killallaghten, Galway and Ballybeg, Croghan, Offaly/Kings. In Aughrim AKH held 135 acres in Caltragh in fee and leased 315 acres of land from Rev John Crawford & William P Knott in the townland of Cooltymurraghy, he occupied a herd's house and 86 acres of land valued at £67 at Attidermot, at Highfield he rented a herd's house, offices on 164 acres of land worth £80, AKH was shown as occupier and the house was valued at £2/5/0. He also occupied 173 acres in including herd's houses, & offices valued at £118 (buildings worth £3/10/0) at Moat in fee and sublet 53 acres to others. In Northbrook he leased 17 acres of land from the Trustees of Samuel W Handy.
     Landed Estate Court documents relating to Gortnaspor, parish of Aughrim, barony of Kilconnel, county Galway, held in fee farm (47 acres), Lease dated 29 March 1849, Dorothea Anne Handy, to Alexander Kingston Handym of all that ... lands of Gortnaspore and Lenamore, containing 89 acres ...Irish Plantation meaure... To hold the same to the said A K Handy, his heirs and assigns, from 1 Nov 1848 for the lives and live of Orme William Handy (aged 8), Ralph Richardson Handy (6), Alexander Kingston Handy (4), 1st, 2nd & 3rd sons of lessee ....payingn D A Handy year rent of 69/8/6. He was listed in a directory dated 1868 as Alexander Kingston Handy, JP at 'Park House', Kinnegad, Killucan, Meath.
     Alexander Kingston Handy lived at Castlejordan, Meath & Offaly, Ireland, 1870.
     Alexander Kingston Handy married secondly Margaret Frances [Charlotte] Tarleton on 2 November 1870 in Church of Ireland, Geashill, Tullamore RD, Offaly, Ireland. Alexander Kingston Handy, full age, widower, gentleman, of Castlejordan, son of William Orme Handy, gentleman to Margaret Frances Tarleton, of full age, spinster, of Newtown House, daughter of Robert M/N Tarleton, gentleman.
     In 1876 he was the owner of 267 acres of land at Park, Kinnegad, co. Meath valued at £215/15/-, 557 acres 2 roods in Galway county valued at £347/15/- and 104 acres valued at £69 in King's County - his address was Parkhouse, or Park House, Kinnegad.
     Administration of the estate of Margaret Frances [Charlotte] Tarleton was granted to Alexander Kingston Handy, on 2 May 1881 in Dublin, Ireland, Admon of Frances Handy, late of Newtown House, Kings county who died 4 March 1881 at same, granted to Alexander Kingston Handy, of same, esq. the husband. This is presumably Margaret Frances.
     Alexander Kingston Handy lived at Tullamore, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland, 1881.
     Alexander Kingston Handy made a will dated 7 June 1883 in 'Newtown House", Tullamore, Kilbride, Offaly. The will of Alexander Kingston Handy of Newtown House, Kings co., mentions his sister in law Mary Elizabeth Tarleton, his grandson Alexander Kingston Handy, his cousin Miss Mary Handy of Ontario Tce, Dublin, his sister Mrs Catherine Peyton of Corrigard, co. Roscommon, his sister Mrs Marie Kingston Handy and his cousin Samuel Wesley Handy his cousin Mrs Emily Handy, his wife, his son Orme William Handy and his daughter in law Mrs Gertrude Handy... He desired to be buried with his first wife in Castlejordan churchyard, co. Meath.
     Alexander died on 16 August 1883 in 'Newtown House', Tullamore, Kilbride, Offaly. Alexander Kngstone Handy, aged 75.. He was buried in Castlejordan. HANDY Underneath are the remains of Alexander Kingston Handy, Park
House, Esq., J.P. who died August 16th 1883 aged 75 years also Ralph
P. Handy 45 Regiment of foot died Jan 21st 1880 aged 38 years. A
loving husband, a kind parent, a just man. At rest.

     His will was proved on 19 December 1883 at Mullingar. The will of Alexander Kingston Handy, late of Newtown House, Tullamore, Kings county Esq died 16 August 1883 at same proved at Mullingar by Samuel Handy Somers of Tyrrelspass House, Tyrrellspass, Westmeath & Orme William Handy of Park House, Kinnegad, co. Westmeath, Esq. executors. Effects £8127/9/6.
An 1884 document re Gertrude Frances Williams (Handy) states AKH is now dead.
     In 1894 Notes and Queries had an item responding to a previous article on the HANDIE FAMILY (8 th S. iii. 349). There was another branch of this family not mentioned by Mr. A. Montgomery Handy, viz., Alexander Kingston Handy, J.P., of Park House, co. Meath, who had issue (1) Kingston Handy, who died of decline in France s.p; (2) Orme W. Handy, J.P., of Park House ; and (3) Ralph Richardson Handy, of the 45th Regiment, d.s.p., unmarried. I was intimately acquainted with the two last-mentioned sons. There was also an only daughter. Kathleen Davenport, widow of Orme W. Handy, married secondly, Feb. 10, 1892, Ivan William Sidney Handy, L. Th. Du., only surviving son of the late John Handy, Esq., of Bracca Castle, co. Westmeath. The Vale of Avoca is in the county Wicklow, and some forty miles distant in a direct line from the nearest border of the King's County. WM. JACKSON PIQOTT Dundrum, co. Down. In 1350 John Handy was a patron of the living of West Quantoxhead, Somerset. In 1427 16 NOTES AND QUERIES. 8* s. iv. JULY i, '93. Richard Handy was instituted to the living of Hazelbury, Somerset. In Hotten's lists are mentioned four members of this family, two with Christian names John, one Elizabeth, and one Samuel. In Gent. Mag., 1733, p. 46, will be found ob[ituary of Major Handy at Chelsea. See also Burke's ' Landed Gentry,' index, vol. of 1849, in which appear several entries, and * Edinburgh Graduates ' for " William Handy, 1788".
     The administration of his estate was granted on 1 May 1901 at Mullingar.

Children of Alexander Kingston Handy and Mary Richardson

Alexander Kingston Handy

(September 1884 - )
     Alexander Kingston Handy's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1884 in Edenderry, Monasterosis, Offaly, Ireland. He was the son of Orme William Handy and Kathleen Davenport Purdon. Alexander Kingston Handy may have also been born between October 1885 and December 1885 Edenderry, Monasterosis, Offaly. He was mentioned in the 1883 will of his grandfather Alexander Kingston Handy, as the only son mentioned was Orme William, I presume he is the father. Alexander Handy born about 1831 is a patron submission on the IGI. There appear to be three registrations in this name: 3rd quarter 1884 3/399, 2nd quarter 1885 3/431, 4th quarter 1885 3/389, all in the Edenderry RD.
     Alexander Kingston Handy appeared on the 1901 census in Leconfield School, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Alexander K Handy was a boarder aged 16 born Ireland.

Alexander Kingston Handy

(June 1870 - after 1911)
     Alexander Kingston Handy was also known as Kingstone in records. He's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1870 in Bangor RD, Wales. He was the son of Ralph Richardson Handy and Gertrude Frances Williams.
     Alexander Kingston Handy appeared on the 1881 census in Mylne Garth Boarding School, Applethwaite, Windermere, Westmorland. Alexander Kingston Handy, aged 10, boarder, born Wales.
     In Alexander Kingston Handy's will dated 7 June 1883 in 'Newtown House", Tullamore, Kilbride, Offaly, Alexander Kingston Handy was named as heir; The will of Alexander Kingston Handy of Newtown House, Kings co., mentions his sister in law Mary Elizabeth Tarleton, his grandson Alexander Kingston Handy, his cousin Miss Mary Handy of Ontario Tce, Dublin, his sister Mrs Catherine Peyton of Corrigard, co. Roscommon, his sister Mrs Marie Kingston Handy and his cousin Samuel Wesley Handy his cousin Mrs Emily Handy, his wife, his son Orme William Handy and his daughter in law Mrs Gertrude Handy... He desired to be buried with his first wife in Castlejordan churchyard, co. Meath.
     Alexander Kingston Handy arrived per "Oceanic" on 29 August 1900 at New York, USA.
     The marriage of Alexander Kingston Handy and Florence Grace Polson was registered in Chelsea RD, Middlesex, England, in the September 1909 quarter.
     Alexander Kingston Handy and Florence Grace Polson travelled to Quebec en route to New York, on 19 August 1909 per the "Empress of Ireland". They departed from Liverpool 13 August, as tourists, aged 39 and 26, both Presbyterians. On the manifest of alien passengers for the US he mentions his mother G F Handy of Edenderry.
     Alexander Kingston Handy was naturalized. Alexander Kingstone Handy petitioned for naturalization a the US District Court, New York, but there is no date or former nationality in the index.
     Alexander Kingston Handy appeared on the census of 1910 in Manhattan, New York, USA. Alexander K Handy, 32, white, single, born Ireland, clerk in smokers ..., was a lodger. He arrived in 1900.
     Alexander died after 1911 in USA. He left two children Franklin and Betty who were raised by their grandmother. When she became too ill they were adopted by family in Canada. However Betty subsequenlty took back her name Handy. She was a nurse and married a Scot called Kirkpatrick who was in uniform during the war. He died recently? is on documents relating to the estate of G F Handy dated 12 March 1920.

Children of Alexander Kingston Handy and Florence Grace Polson

Alexander Kingston Handy

(circa 1844 - 1869)
     Alexander Kingston Handy was also known as Kingstone in records. He was born circa 1844. He was the son of Alexander Kingston Handy and Mary Richardson.
     Alexander died in 1869 in Luz, France. He is mentioned on his father's memorial at Castlejordan cemetery.

Alexina Handy

(14 June 1874 - 1919)
     Alexina Handy was born on 14 June 1874 in in St Peter district, Dundee, Angus, Scotland. She was the daughter of Peter Handy and Helen Smith. Alexina, John and Joseph were listed as the children of Peter Handy in the 1881 census in 36 Walton Street, Liff & Benvie, Angus, Scotland.
     Alexina died in 1919 in St Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland. Alexina Handy, aged 44.

Alice Handy

(7 October 1872 - )
     Alice Handy was born on 7 October 1872 in Dalkey, Dublin, Ireland. She was the daughter of William Handy and Mary Hopkins.

Alice Handy

(after November 1844 - )
     Alice Handy was born after November 1844 in Ireland. She was the daughter of John Handy.
     Alice Handy married Laurence Hargrove on 28 November 1865 in St Mark, Dublin, Ireland.

Alicia Handy

(19 December 1875 - )
     Alicia Handy was born on 19 December 1875 in Clara, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. She was the daughter of James Handy and Bridget Kernan (Mulderry) (Fenning).

Andrew Handy

(11 November 1867 - 22 March 1959)
     Andrew Handy was born on 11 November 1867 in Raheen, Clara, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. He was the son of William Handy and Margaret Kenny.
     Andrew Handy married Mary Bracken on 15 August 1890 in Killina RC chapel, Tullamore or Killoughy, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. Andrew Handy, labourer of Clara, son of William Handy, labourer, to Mary Bracken of Clonshanny, daughter of John Bracken, labourer, at Killina church, both of full age.
     Andrew Handy and Mary Bracken appeared on the 1901 census in Clonshanny, Bawn, Offaly. Handy Andrew 32, Head, Roman Catholic, born Kings Co ,Spinner at Factory, Read and write; his wife Handy Mary 32, Roman Catholic, born Kings Co - Read and write - children Handy, Mary 11 Daughter Roman Catholic Kings Co Scholar Read and write - Handy Margaret 7 Daughter Roman Catholic Kings Co Scholar Read and write - Handy Bridget 3 Daughter Roman Catholic Kings Co - Handy Susan 1 Daughter Roman Catholic, born Kings Co. Andrew Handy was the informant at the death of William Handy, on 17 July 1904.
     Andrew Handy and Mary Bracken appeared on the 1911 census in Clonshanny, Rahan, Offaly. Andrew Handy, 43, jute spinner, born King's Co; his wife Mary 43; they were married for 21 years and had 9 children - 8 living; Mary 20, parlour maid, domestic servant, Margaret 16, Bridget 13, Susan 12, Elizabeth 9, Wiliam 7, Anne Frances 4, John under one year (all able to read & write except Ann & John, and born in King's county), living in a 3 roomed house.
Mary 34 & Margaret 20 were also listed separately working in a dairy
.
     Andrew died on 22 March 1959 in Clonshanny, Clara, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland, aged 91. Andrew Handy, aged 91, retired jute factory employee, informant was his son John, of Clonshanny, Clara.

Children of Andrew Handy and Mary Bracken

Andrew Handy

(before 1815 - before 1864?)
     Andrew Handy was commonly known as Andra. He was born before 1815 in Ireland. He was the son of Raheen, RC Handy.
     Andrew Handy married Bridget Kenehan on 4 July 1835 in Tubber, Offaly, Ireland. The witnesses were Andrew Kenehan & Catherine Byrne.
     Andrew Handy married Margaret Kenehan. Margaret Kinahan of Tubber, was a servant in the new house built near Bracca Castle whose foundations were blessed by Samuel Wesley. They were ostracised by the family according to Liam Handy.      
Andrew Handy was taxed in the Primary valuation of land in Raheen in 1854 in Raheen, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. There was only one Andrew Handy listed in the Griffith Valuation. He was occupier of a house valued at 5/- and 2 roods, 32 perches of land valued at £1 leased from Ambrose Cox.
     Andrew died before 1864?.

Children of Andrew Handy and Margaret Kenehan

Children of Andrew Handy and Bridget Kenehan

Andrew Handy

(before 1785 - )
     Andrew Handy was born before 1785 in Ireland.
     Andrew Handy married Ellen Murphy before 1806 in Ireland.

Child of Andrew Handy and Ellen Murphy

Andrew Handy

(1 October 1849? - )
     Andrew Handy was christened on 1 October 1849? In the Catholic church, Clara, Offaly. He was the son of John Handy.

Andrew Handy

(28 October 1849 - )
     Andrew Handy was christened on 28 October 1849 in the Catholic church, Clara Horseleap, Westmeath. He was the son of Andrew Handy and Bridget Kenehan.

Andrew Alexander Handy

(before March 1818 - 12 March 1874)
     Andrew Alexander Handy was born before March 1818 in Kilkenny, Ireland. Denis Handy has a likeness labelled Andrew Alexander, born circa 1815, youngest son of John Handy of Barracore. He was the son of John Handy and Emily Alexander. Andrew Alexander Handy matriculated on 6 July 1835 at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, Andrew Handy, Pensioner (Dr Baillie) July 6 1835, aged 17, son of John molitor, born Kilkenny. John Handy of the parish of Grangesilvia, Kilkenny had a flour mill in the townland of Duninga.
     Andrew matriculated at the King's Inns, Dublin, Ireland, in 1844. He was listed in a directory dated 1852 as Andrew Alexander Handy, solicitor at 62 Abbey St Middle, Dublin. He was also listed for 4 Leeson St Upper in the same entry. He was listed in a directory dated 1854 as Andrew Alexr Handy, solicitor at Dublin. Also listed were William Esq., 4 Whitehill Tce, Dublin; Wm, solicitor, 2 Waverley Tce & 30 Merrion St. Upper, Dublin. He and Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan witnessed John Crawford and Catherine Handy Crawford's wedding on 25 October 1854 in St Peter, Dublin.
     Andrew Alexander Handy married Martha Frances Gamble, daughter of Rev Henry Gamble and Elizabeth de Vere Law, on 11 February 1857 in Clifton, Derbyshire, England.
     Andrew Alexander Handy lived at Oakwood, Offaly, Ireland. He witnessed Matthew Crawford and Emily Handy's wedding on 16 April 1861 in St George's, Dublin, Ireland.
     Andrew Alexander Handy lived at 8 Margaret Place, Dublin, 1868.
     Andrew Alexander Handy lived at 'Ardnagreina', Tivoli Rd, Kingstown, Monkstown, Dublin, Ireland, until March 1874.
     Andrew died on 12 March 1874 in Finglas, Dublin. He was buried on 16 March 1874 in St George, Dublin. He was of 8 Margaret Place, Kingstown aged 50 buried by Wm Phipps; but also 2 entries for him on 5 Oct 1874 stating "half square £6/12/6" suggests a burial fee/headstone, paid by Mrs Handy to the sexton.
     His will was proved on 27 May 1874 at Dublin, Ireland. Will of Andrew Alexander Handy, formerly of Oakwood, Kings Co., but late of Ardnagreina, Tivoli Rd, Kingstown, co. Dublin Esq. deceased, died 12 March 1874 at Finglas, co. Dublin. Proved at the Principal Registry by oath of Martha Frances Handy, of Ardnagreina, afsd, the widow, sole executor. Effects under £200.

Ann Handy

(circa 1808? - )
     Ann Handy was born circa 1808? In Ireland. She was the daughter of John Handy and Emily Alexander. An unknown person resided in Leeson Street, in Dublin, in March 1853.
     In Dorothea Ann Handy's will dated 31 March 1853 in Dublin, Ireland, Ann Handy was named as heir; Incumbered Estate Court Documents: Copyhold of Dorothea Anne Handy, spinster, deceased of Camden St, Dublin, formerly of Bracca Castle, co. Westmeath, I Dorothea Ann Handy, late of Bracca Castle co. Westmeath, but now of Camden St Dublin, spinster...
I give all my property ... unto William Orme Handy of Park House, co. Westmeath, esq.
my nephew Alexander Kingston Handy of Park House Westmeath Esq and my niece Catherine Handy Crawford of Rathmines Rd, Dublin, spinster, daughter of my sister Elizabeth Crawford otherwise Handy, deceased & to the survivor of them
to my niece Catherine Handy Crawford £150
to my niece Rebecca Jane Crawford £200
to my niece Margaret Crawford £150, daughters of my said sister Elizabeth.
To my niece Anne Handy, daughter of my brother John Handy of Leeson St, city of Dublin, esq. the sum of £100
To Mary Elizabeth Handy, daughter of my brother Thomas Handy £5
To my niece Christian Rebecca Handy, daughter of my brother Rev Richard Handy £15.
All legacies to be free of husbands influence.
£5 to my sister Maria Jane Wallace
£5 to my sister Ruth Knott
to Mrs Rachael Fielding who now resides with me & has done so for many years she being 79 years of age declining £150
I give to John Wade Esq & Mr George Revington? Primitive Wesleyan Minister, both of Mt PLeasant Square, co. Dublin £5 each & whereas my brother William has £100 to be divided equally between my said brother William's two daughters Kate Handy & Mary Kingston Handy...
Residue to my said nieces [3 Crawfords] & appoint them residuary legatees.
Alexander Kingston Handy has a cheap lease and my said brother William Orme Handy & Catherine Handy Crawford to be executors. Signed 31 March 1853. Witnessed by J Fowler DG Secretary to the Freemasons of Ireland.

Ann Handy

(before 21 February 1613 - )
     Ann Handy was born before 21 February 1613 in Evesham, Worcestershire. She was the daughter of Thomas Handy (of Evesham).

Ann Handy

(7 May 1867 - )
     Ann Handy was also known as Annie Greer in records. She was commonly known as Annie. She was born on 7 May 1867 in Killala, Mayo, Ireland. She was the daughter of Nicholas Middleton Handy and Frances Mary Greer.
     Ann Handy married Henry Foster Silcock on 4 June 1891 in St George, Dublin, Ireland. Henry Foster Silcock, widower, of Bombay, Indian Civil Service, son of James Silcock, clerk in Holy Orders; to, Annie Greer Handy, single of Ballymakenny, daughter of Nicholas Middleton Handy, Esq. both of full age. Witnessed by Eliabeth Gamble Handy, & Margaret Johnston Hilcock.

Child of Ann Handy and Henry Foster Silcock

Ann Handy

(say 1840 - )
     Ann Handy was born say 1840. She is not mentioned in the 1853 will of her aunt Dorothea, nor the sale of Kinnavally, co MAyo in 1867. She was the daughter of Rev Richard Fleming Handy and Jane Dugdale.

Ann Handy

(circa 1710 - )
     The Fouaces also supported the Wesleys in Ireland and provided a centre of worship at Tyrrellspass.. Ann Handy was born circa 1710. She was the daughter of Samuel Handy and Jane or Joan Lowe.
     Ann Handy married Stephen Fouace circa 10 August 1718 in Dublin, Ireland. Marriage licence: Stephen Fouace of the parish of St Nicholas Within, Dublin, merchant & Anne Handy (Hanley in transcript) of the parish of Horseleap, co. W'Meath, spinster dated 10 August 1718.
     Ann Handy was mentioned in the will of Samuel Handy dated 3 March 1740. She was described as his daughter and her children Margaret, Liddia, Thomas and Frederick are listed.
     Ann Handy was mentioned in the will of Jonathan Handy dated 6 February 1759. She was described as his sister An Fouace.
     Ann Handy was mentioned in the will of John Handy dated 29 November 1763. She was described as his sister and mother of his nephews Charles and Thomas Fouace.

Children of Ann Handy and Stephen Fouace

Ann Handy

(circa 1804 - )
     Ann Handy was born circa 1804 in Mayo. She was christened in 1804 in Mayo. She was the daughter of Samuel Handy and Jane Orme. Ann, Jane, Elizabeth, Maria, Samuel, Dorothea, William, John, Thomas, George and Catherine was listed as a child of Jane Orme in the 1821 census in Balllintobber townland, Kilfian, Tyrawley barony, Mayo; Two storied house no. 5, Jane Handy aged 35, wife of Samuel Handy, gentleman, holder of 60 acres, absent in Dublin, Anne 16, Catherine 15, Jane 14, Samuel 12, Dora aged 10, Wm 9, Jn 7, Elizabeth 5, Maria 4, Thos 2, and George under 1, their children. Anne Orme, widow, aged 53, her mother
Wm Orme Handy, gentleman aged 38, resident in King's County, Samuel Handy aged 14 his son, visitors, 4 manservants and 7 maidservants. There is a cornmill & 100 acre turbary on this part of the townland.

     Ann Handy married Thomas Paget? in 1829? In Mayo?.

Ann Handy

(circa 1830? - )
     Ann Handy was born circa 1830?. Although she was the daughter of Thomas handy, policeman, at her marriage, the age doesn't fit!. She was the daughter of Thomas Handy and Susan Craig.
     Ann Handy married George Richards on 23 January 1849 in St Peter, Dublin. George Richards, servant of 25 Pembroke Rd, son of John Richards, bricklayer, Anne Handy, of 9 Rathmines Tce, servant, daughter of Thomas Handy, policeman, bot single of full age.