John Harwood Jessop Handcock

(22 October 1829 - )
     John Harwood Jessop Handcock was born on 22 October 1829. He was the son of Rev John Gustavus Handcock and Francis Flood Jessop.

John Little Handcock

(circa 1853 - )
     John Little Handcock was born circa 1853. He was the son of Gustavus Drake Handcock and Augusta Georgina Montfort.
Henry & Ann Montfort wrote: He married Nannie Harriet Harvey King in Rathmines parish church, Dublin, on 4 October 1887. She was the daughter of the Rev. Jonas King. They lived at Colebrook but later moved to Tullycanna, Ballymitty, County Wexford, where they both died. John was buried on 4 February 1942 and Nannie on 19 March 1943, both in Taghmon cemetery. They had two sons (twins) and a daughter:
a) Gustavus Drake, born on 20 March 1889; his date of death is unknown.
b) John Little, born on 20 March 1889; buried 3 May 1959.
c) Augusta Georgina, born on16 August 1890; her date of death is unknown.
Peggy Handcock added: Gustavus Drake married Christena Mc Grath of John Street Wexford on the 19 August 1925 and settled in New Zealand having three children still living.
John Little Handcock married Anna Grace Gore and had I. Anthony. 2.Anna Grace, 3.John Little the 3rd (my husband)
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Captain John Stanley Handcock

( - 22 October 1707)
     Captain John Stanley Handcock was also known as Stanley in records. He was the son of William Handcock and Abigail Stanley.
     John died on 22 October 1707. Stanley drowned at the Scilly Isle with Sir Cloudesley Shovel. He was Captain of the Eagle Man of War.
Wikipedia states: When returning with the fleet to England after the campaign to Toulon, Shovell's ship, HMS Association, at 8 pm on 22 October (November 2, by the modern calendar) 1707, struck on the rocks near the Isles of Scilly along with several other ships, and was seen by those on board HMS St George to go down in three or four minutes' time, not a soul being saved of 800 men that were on board. With four large ships (HMS Association, HMS Eagle, HMS Romney and HMS Firebrand) and nearly 2,000 sailors lost that night, the Scilly naval disaster was one of the greatest maritime disasters in British history. It was later determined that the main cause of the disaster was the navigators' inability to accurately calculate their longitude..

Joseph Handcock

( - before 27 November 1729)
     Joseph Handcock was the son of Unknown Handcock.
Joseph Handcock married Anna Forbes?.
     Joseph Handcock made a will dated 13 October 1729. Joseph Handcock of Dublin, merchant. To my wife Anna Handcock the remaining part after all debts are paid. To my eldest son Timothy Handcock £800, to my daughter Sarah Handcock £700, to my son Jacob Handcock £700, to be disposed to the best advantage till each shall come of age. To my brothers John, Jacob, and Thomas Handcock £100 each. To my cousin William Richardson now living with me £50. To my cousin Richard Sparrow, eldest son of Alexander Sparrow of Castledermot, Co. Kildare, £50. To the poor of Lisburn Meeting £10, to the poor of Dublin Meeting £10. Executors and overseers "me well beloved father-in-law Timothy Forbes, my loving brother Thomas Handcock, both of this city." Witnesses: George Wilson, William Richardson.
     Joseph died before 27 November 1729 in Dublin, Ireland.
     His will was proved on 27 November 1729 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Margaret Lucy Handcock

(19 August 1806 - )
     Margaret Lucy Handcock was christened on 19 August 1806 in Whitechurch, Wexford. She was the daughter of Rev Thomas Handcock MA and Olivia Potts.

Martha Lloyd Handcock

     Martha Lloyd Handcock was the daughter of Rev Robert Handcock and Jane Elizabeth Macklin.

Mary Handcock

     Mary Handcock was the daughter of Rev Richard Handcock and Sarah Toler.
Mary Handcock married Michael Telford in July 1772 in Willbrooke, Westmeath, Ireland. At the seat of the Rev Dean HandcockHe was of Mt Temple, co. Wetmeath.

Mary Handcock

     Mary Handcock was the daughter of Thomas Handcock and Dorothy Green.

Mary Handcock

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

Matthew Handcock

(1748 - August 1824)
     Matthew Handcock was born in 1748 in Ireland. He was the son of Rev Elias Handcock and Catherine Smyth.
Matthew Handcock married Margaret Butler. They had at least 14 children.
     Matthew died in August 1824 in Harcourt St, Dublin, Ireland. The Dublin corresondent 2 Aug 1824 reported the death of Matthew Handcock, of Harcourt St, Deputy Muster Master. At his house in Harcourt-street, on Monday last, Mathew Handcock, Esq. He held the situation of Deputy Muster-Master-General of Ireland for above fifty years, and has died deservedly and universally regretted by all who knew him - he was, in truth, the "noblest work of God", an unaffectedly pious Christian, and the most upright of men..

Matthew Handcock

(5 March 1706 - )
     Matthew Handcock was christened on 5 March 1706 in St Bride's, Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Rev Matthew Handcock and Elizabeth Best.

Matthew Handcock

(circa 1709 - )
     Matthew Handcock was born circa 1709 in Carlow. He was the son of Robert Handcock.
     Matthew matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, on 21 June 1727.

Matthew Handcock

(say 1570 - circa 1664)
     Matthew Handcock was born say 1570. He was the son of Patriarch? Handcock.
He was listed as Mathew Handcocke 1601-02, Lord Mayor of Dublin.
     Matthew died circa 1664 in Dublin, Ireland.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 8 December 1664 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. Mathew Handcock of Dublin, alderman obit intestate admon to Mary Cooper alias Wester? next of kin.

Child of Matthew Handcock

Rev Matthew Handcock

(1658 - before 21 January 1739/40)
     Rev Matthew Handcock was born in 1658 in Meath, Ireland. He was the son of William Handcock and Abigail Stanley.
     Matthew matriculated at Trinity College, Dubllin, between 1674 and 1678. Matthew Handcock, Pensioner (educated by Dr Wettenhall) entered Trinity on 4 Dec 1674 aged 16, son of William, generosus. Born co. Meath. BA 1678. MA 1682 (Archdeacon of Kilmore). Matthew between 1678 and 1739. Matthew was the Archdeacon of Kilmore in 1690/91.
Rev Matthew Handcock married Elizabeth Best in Ireland.
Rev Matthew Handcock married secondly Jane Unknown before 1701.
     Rev Matthew Handcock and Sir William Handcock, Adam Handcock, Very Rev Stephen Handcock, Hannah Handcock, George Rochford, John Rochford and Capt Chichester Phillips were beneficiaries in William Handcock's will dated 20 June 1705 in Dublin, Ireland. He witnessed Robert Rochford's will dated 31 May 1726 in Dublin.
     Rev Matthew Handcock made a will dated 16 January 1738/39. Rev Matthew Handcock, Archdeaocn of Killmore.
     Matthew died before 21 January 1739/40 in Ireland. He was buried on 21 January 1739/40 in St Patrick's, Dublin. The Revd Matthew Hancock Docr in Divinity, Archdeacon of Killmore intr'd in Arrundles tomb in the old churchyard.
     His will was proved on 2 February 1739/40 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Children of Rev Matthew Handcock and Elizabeth Best

Child of Rev Matthew Handcock and Jane Unknown

Maud Handcock

(say 1600 - )
     Maud Handcock married Thomas Moore. Maud Handcock was born say 1600. She was the daughter of Patriarch? Handcock.

Michael Handcock

     Michael Handcock was the son of William Handcock and Abigail Stanley.

Olivia Maria Handcock

( - April 1828)
     Olivia Maria Handcock was the daughter of Rev Thomas Handcock MA and Olivia Potts.
     Olivia died in April 1828 in Dublin, Ireland. Miss Olivia Maria Handcock, daughter of the late Rev Thomas Handcock, of Marlborough St.

Ormsby Handcock

(circa 1837 - )
     Ormsby Handcock married Helen Unknown. Ormsby Handcock was born circa 1837 in Kingstown, Dublin. He was the son of Capt Elias Robison Handcock and Helen Ormsby.
     Ormsby Handcock and Helen Ormsby were recorded on the 1841 census in Aston, Warwickshire, England. Helen Handcock, 30, Idependent,
Dora Handcock 18, Ormsby Handcock 4, Elias Handcock 2, Arthur Handcock 1, all born in Ireland. Ormsby he is listed in the 1864-1868 Thom's directory as Ormsby Handcock, AB, Curate of Bray (Dublin). at Bray, Kildare, Ireland, in 1862.

Child of Ormsby Handcock and Helen Unknown

Patriarch? Handcock

Children of Patriarch? Handcock

Richard Handcock

(circa 1705? - 1750?)
     Richard Handcock was also known as Richard Handcock (of Freshford, Kilkenny) in records. He was born circa 1705? In Kilkenny, Ireland. He was the son of John Handcock and Unknown Shrigley.
Richard Handcock married Mary Caulfield.
     Richard died in 1750?. He was buried in July 1750? In St Lactain's Old graveyard, Freshford, Kilkenny. Here lieth the remains of Richard Handcock of Freshford Esq, who departed this life on the ... day of July 175- aged 45 years also his wife Mrs Mary Handcock alias Caulfield who departed this life on the ... day of May 1808 aged ... years with four of their children who died young & their son Tobias Handcock of the City of Kilkenny who departed this life on the 1st day of February 1815, aged 61 years.
A Richard Handcock of Kilkenny, gent will was proved in1739.
A Richard Handcock, of Freshford, Gent, and Susannah Sargent of the Union of Aghour, spinster, Protestant, on 30 Oct 1766 obtained a marriage licence.
On 3 July 1758, Anne Handcock of Freshford, co Kilkenny married Jonathan Long, of Castletown, Queens county, both of the Protestant religion.

Child of Richard Handcock and Mary Caulfield

Richard Handcock

     Richard Handcock married Mary Johnson on 21 December 1681 in Laycock, Wiltshire.

Child of Richard Handcock and Mary Johnson

Richard Handcock

(7 June 1742 - )
     Richard Handcock married Jane (?). Richard Handcock was christened on 7 June 1742 in Laycock, Wiltshire. He was the son of Elias Handcock and Sarah Reeves.

Child of Richard Handcock and Jane (?)

Richard Handcock

     Richard Handcock and Elizabeth Vesey obtained a marriage licence in 1751.

Richard Handcock

( - before 13 June 1739)
     Richard Handcock married Ann Unknown.
     Richard Handcock made a will dated December 1738 in Kilkenny, Ireland. Richard Handcock, Kilkenny, gent, mentions his son Toby, daughter Hester Crawford, wife of George Crawford, wife Anne, sons Christopher, Henry, Richard, daughters Deborah, Grace widow of Robert Grace, Mary Ennis? wife of Robert E & Elizabeth & Sarah [also his grandchildren, children of Tobyas & Mary - Richard Robert, Anne, Eliner, Hester & Deborah].
     Richard died before 13 June 1739 in Kilkenny.
     His will was proved on 13 June 1739 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Richard Handcock

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

Richard Handcock

(1826 - 1892)
     Richard Handcock was born in 1826. He was the son of Richard Handcock 3rd Baron Castlemaine and Margaret Harris.
     Richard died in 1892.

Lt Col Richard Handcock

(1768? - )
     Lt Col Richard Handcock was born in 1768?. He was the son of Tobias Handcock and Johanna Reily.
     He served in the 46th Regt as a Lt Colonel.
Lt Col Richard Handcock married Jane Fraser (Woodham).

Children of Lt Col Richard Handcock and Jane Fraser (Woodham)

Rev Richard Handcock

(1712 - 25 July 1791)
     Rev Richard Handcock was born in 1712 in Willbrook, Moydrum, Westmeath, Ireland. He was the son of William Handcock and Susan/Sarah Warburton.
     Richard matriculated at Trinity College, Dubllin, on 24 July 1730. Richard Handcock, pensioner, (Dr Jackson, Wilbrook) aged 18; son of William, generosus. born Wilbrook, co. Westmeath. BA 1735, MA 1738 (Dean of Achonry).
Rev Richard Handcock married Sarah Toler.
He succeeded to the estate of his eldest brother.
     Rev Richard Handcock and John Gustavus Handcock were mentioned in a deed dated September 1742. Richard Handcock of Willbrook, Westmeath to John Gustavus Handcock of same, lands of Legan? & Carrow-neagh in barony of Kilkenny, Westmeath for the lives of above named & of SarahToler, daughter of Richard Toler of Dublin ... Registered 15 Nov 1742. Richard was the Dean of Achonry. He was also vicar of Athlone 1755-91 at Ireland in 1753.
     Richard died on 25 July 1791 in Rutland Square, Dublin, Ireland.
     His will was proved in 1791 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. Rev Richard Handcock, Dubllin, clerk.

Children of Rev Richard Handcock and Sarah Toler

Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine

(14 May 1767 - 18 April 1840)
     Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine was born on 14 May 1767 in Willbrook, Westmeath, Ireland. He was the son of Rev Richard Handcock and Sarah Toler.
     Richard matriculated at Trinity College, Dubllin, on 28 July 1784.
Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine married Ann French on 13 November 1790.
     Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine was mentioned in a deed dated 19 April 1811 in Athlone, Westmeath/Roscommon. Richard Handcock of Athlone mentions his third, fourth & fifth sons John Gustavus aged 13, George aged 8 and Henry Robert aged 4 in a renewal of lease.
     Richard died on 18 April 1840 in Dublin aged 72. He was buried on 21 April 1840 in Athlone, Westmeath/Roscommon, Ireland. His memorial states: To the memory of Richard Hancock Baron Castlemaine. This monument is
erected by the grateful affection of his family. To whom he discharged
all the duties of husband father and friend with the fidelity and affection
of a Christian. He was removed from this Earthly scene on the 18th April
1840 by a lingering illness which he bore with Christian patience, and
resigned his spirit into the hands of his Creator with the most unshaken
reliance on the finished work of Jesus for pardon and acceptance with God.
He was deeply lamented by his family and universally regretted by his friends.
AEtatis 72.

Children of Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine and Ann French

Richard Handcock 3rd Baron Castlemaine

(17 November 1791 - 4 July 1869)
     Richard resided at Moydrum Castle, Westmeath. He was born on 17 November 1791 in Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine and Ann French.
     Richard matriculated at Trinity College, Dubllin, on 14 June 1808.
Richard Handcock 3rd Baron Castlemaine married Margaret Harris on 17 April 1822. They had 7 children.
He was a Member of Parliament for Athlone and sat in the House of Lords as an Irish Representative Peer from 1841 to 1869.
     Richard died on 4 July 1869 aged 77.

Children of Richard Handcock 3rd Baron Castlemaine and Margaret Harris