John Handy

(13 April 1862 - )
     John Handy was christened on 13 April 1862 in Clara, Kilbride, Offaly. John son of Thomas Handy & Ann Day .... He was the son of Thomas Handy and Ann Daly.

John Handy

Child of John Handy

John Handy

     John Handy married Anne Bracken on 11 September 1818 in Mullingar, Westmeath, Ireland.

Child of John Handy and Anne Bracken

John Handy

(circa 1835 - )
     John Handy was born circa 1835. He was the son of Peter Handy.
     Mary Urell or Yurell married secondly John Handy on 4 February 1882 in the RC chapel, Clara, Tullamore, Offaly. John Handy, of full age, widower, labourer of Clara, son of Peter Handy deceased, labourr, to, Mary Urell, of full age, spinster; labourer of Clara, daughter of Michael Urell, deceased, labourer. Both made their mark.

Child of John Handy and Mary Urell or Yurell

John Handy

(17 December 1882 - )
     John Handy was born on 17 December 1882 in Clara, Offaly. John, son of John Handy of Clara & Mary Handy formerly Yourell, labourer. His father John made his mark as informant. He was the son of John Handy and Mary Urell or Yurell.

John Handy

(26 September 1865 - )
     John Handy was born on 26 September 1865 in Cartron West, Tullamore, Offaly. He was registered as Hand on 7 Nov 1865. He was the son of Martin Handy and Mary Harmey.

John Handy

(before 1785 - )
     John Handy was born before 1785.
     John Handy married Catherine Condon on 2 June 1806 in Church of Ireland, Clonmel, Waterford, Ireland. He was a corporal fo the 6th Regiment.

John Handy

(9 July 1882 - )
     John Handy was born on 9 July 1882 in Sextons Court, Dublin. He was the son of Henry Handy.

John Handy (of Wiltshire)

(1765 - March 1810)
     John Handy (of Wiltshire) was born in 1765 in Wiltshire, England.
     John Handy (of Wiltshire) married Elizabeth Smith on 19 October 1789 in Malmesbury, Wiltshire.
     He was a surgeon and apothecary. This family from Rodbourne, Wiltshire, has been extensively researched by Megan.
     John died in March 1810 in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, England.

Child of John Handy (of Wiltshire) and Elizabeth Smith

John Handy (sailor)

(circa 1820? - )
     John Handy (sailor) was born circa 1820?. He was the son of Stray Handy.

Child of John Handy (sailor)

John Alexander Handy

(26 September 1837 - 27 April 1912)
     John Alexander Handy was born on 26 September 1837 in New Ross, Wexford, Ireland. He was the son of Samuel Handy and Anna Townsend. Mary, John, William, Samuel, Charles, Annie, Fleming and Emily were listed as the children of Samuel Handy in the 1851 census in 30 King St, Liverpool, Lancashire.
     John Alexander Handy lived at New Brighton, Cheshire, England, February 1874.
     John Alexander Handy married Emma Mary Carnie on 17 February 1874 in St Peter's, Bayswater, London. February 17 1874, John Alexander Handy of full age, bachelor, stock broker, of New Brighton, Cheshire, son of Saml Handy, gentleman to Emma Mary Carnie, 19, spinster, of 21 Dawson Place, Bayswater, daughter of Chas Carnie, merchant, married in the parish church by licence, signed in the presence of C Carnie and C W... & C J T Handy. John was a stockbroker in 1874, Liverpool, Lancashire, England.
     John Alexander Handy and Emma Mary Carnie appeared on the 1881 census in 11 Abbotsford Rd, Great Crosby, Lancashire. John A Handy, head, married aged 43, Member of the Liverpool Stock Exchange, born Ireland; Emma A Handy, wife, aged 27, born Scotland; John F Handy, 6, scholar, born New Brighton, Cheshire; Fanny A Handy, daugher 4, scholar, born Gt Crosby; Norah E Handy, 3, scholar, born Gt Crosby; Edgar C Handy son, 1, born Gt Crosby, with Hessie Falloon, visitor aged 29 born Liverpool, and three servants. John Alexander Handy was an executor of John Alexander Handy's estate on 17 November 1890.
     John Alexander Handy appeared on the 1891 census in 42 Woodlands, Tranmere, Birkenhead, Cheshire. John A Handy, head, 53, stockbroker, born Ireland, New Ross; Emma M, wife aged 37 born Scotland, Edinburgh; John F, 16, lawyer's clerk born New Brighton, Chester; Fanny A 14; Norah E, 13; Edgar C, 11; Samuel 8; Gwendoline V 5; all born at Gt Crosby, Lancs and scholars; Lilian 3 born Birkenhead, Chester; with a general servant and Agnes E Carnie, single, aged 46, born Singapore, living on own means, sister-in-law.
     John Alexander Handy appeared on the 1901 census in Birkenhead, Cheshire. John Handy, aged 63, born Ireland, stock & share broker of Birkenhead.
     John died on 27 April 1912 aged 74.

Children of John Alexander Handy and Emma Mary Carnie

John Alexander Handy

     John Alexander Handy was born. He was described as the second son. He was the son of John Handy and Emily Alexander.
John Alexander Handy was declared bankrupt in August 1848 in New Ross, Wexford. Irish Declaration of Insolvency: Gazette Aug 18, 1848. Handy, Samuel and John Alexander Handy, (filed 16 August), New Ross, co. Wexford, merchants.

John Farquhar Handy

(5 February 1875 - circa 1931)
     John Farquhar Handy was born in 1874 in New Brighton, Cheshire. He was christened on 5 February 1875 in New Brighton, Cheshire. He was the son of John Alexander Handy and Emma Mary Carnie. Norah, John, Edgar and Fanny were listed as the children of John Alexander Handy in the 1881 census in 11 Abbotsford Rd, Great Crosby, Lancashire. John, Edgar and Samuel were listed as the children of John Alexander Handy in the 1891 census in 42 Woodlands, Tranmere, Birkenhead, Cheshire. John Farquhar Handy was christened on 21 October 1896 in St Mary Pro-Cathedral (RC), Dublin. John Farquhar Handy, adult, of 6 Richmond Hall, Rathmines, son of John & Emma Carnie?.
     John Farquhar Handy married Josephine Byrne on 14 July 1900 in St Joseph's RC church, Bakley Road, Dublin North, Ireland. John Farquhar Handy, of full age, bachelor, clerk, of Rugby Rd, Ranelagh, son of John Alexander Handy, stock broker to Josephine Byrne, of full age, spinster, no occupation, of Carlingford Terrace, Drumcondra, daughter of James Byrne, dead, clerk..
     John Farquhar Handy and Josephine Byrne appeared on the 1901 census in 3 Carlingford Terrace, Glasnevin, Dublin, Ireland. Handy John Farquhar, 26, Head, Church of England, born England Shipping Clerk, Read and write - Married; Handy, Josephine, 25, Wife, Roman Catholic; Cleary, Olive 1 Niece, Roman Catholic, born Dublin Cityt; Cleary, Daniel Wesley, 28, Boarder, Roman Catholic, born Limerick City, Chemists Assistant, Read and write, Widower. John was a commercial clerk in 1911.
     John Farquhar Handy and Josephine Byrne appeared on the 1911 census in Drimnagh, Clondalkin. John Handy, head, 36, Church of Ireland, commercial clerk, born Cheshire; his wife Josephine, 35, RC, born Dublin, married 11 years, no children; Olive Cleary, niece, RC, 11, scholar, born Dublin; all read & write, in a 4 roomed cottage.
     John died circa 1931 in Ireland. He was not mentioned in the will of his uncle Charles in 1802.

John H Handy

(circa 1836 - )
     John H Handy was also known as John H Handy (of Tennesse) in records. He was born circa 1836 in Tennessee, USA. He was the son of Thomas Kingston Handy and Mariah Louise Henderson. John H Handy was recorded on the 1 June 1850census in the household of Thomas Kingston Handy and Lucy C Unknown (Handy) in Williamson county, Tennessee.
     John H Handy married Mary F Harris on 27 May 1855 in Williamson County, Tennessee, USA. John H Handy was listed in the 1860 Schedule of free inhabitants in the household of Thomas Kingston Handy and Lucy C Unknown (Handy); Thomas K Handy, 50, real estate valued at $1200, personal estate valued at $2600, born Ireland; Lucy C Handy, 47 born Va; John H Handy, 24, M..., born Tennessee; John W? Handy 44, born Ireland (in the infirmities column .... intemperance). TKH, Franklin Town, was the enumerator.

John H Handy

(circa 1891 - )
     John H Handy was born circa 1891 in Offaly. He was the son of Martin Handy. John H Handy was listed as James Handy's brother in the 1901 census in West Cartron, Silverbrook, Tullamore, Offaly. John H Handy was listed as James Handy's brother in the 1911 census in West Cartron, Tullamore, Silverbrook, Kilbride, Offaly.

John Killeen Handy

(1834 - 24 January 1874)
     John Killeen Handy was born in 1834 in Westmeath, Ireland. He was the son of Patrick Handy and Catharine Killeen. John was a clergyman at San Francisco, California, USA, from 28 March 1857. He received tonsure and minor orders on 22 Dec 1855 from the Archbishop of Paris and then sub-deaconate there 17 March 1856. He was ordained priest on 28 March 1857 by the Bishop of San Francisco., but left the church and became a member of the Church of England in Jan 1863 and marrida month later. He was described as clergyman, parliamentarian and barrister.
     In March 1862, Rev John Killeen Handy (1834-1874) arrived in Tamworth, appointed by Archbishop Polding to be Pastor of the Liverpool Plains and first resident priest at ST Nicholas. He established a school along American lines. He left for Sydney in November.
     John Killeen Handy married Isabella Agnes Carse Kendall on 12 February 1863 in St Bartholomew's, Sydney, New South Wales. She was aged 23, a resident of West Maitland, born Middlesex, England. She is mentioned back in the Maitland area in 1867 & 1869.      
John Killeen Handy moved to Queensland, on 1 January 1865. John was admitted to the bar after studies at Melbourne University. He represented two electorates, sat on both sides of Parliament, faced two Select Committee herings, published two books, been twice appointed Crown Prosecutor and had been a member of two churches on 10 March 1865, Queensland. He was buried on 24 January 1874 in Milton, Queensland. HIs tombstone was not among those located and removed prior to the formation of theLang Park Trust in 1914.
     John died on 24 January 1874 in Roma St, Brisbane, Queensland. "The Advocate" RC newspaper reported on 21 Feb 1874, p. 16, Rev John Killeen Handy, died in his own house in Brisbane of Jan 24 at age of 40 plus. The 'Pere Hyacinthe of American and the Australias for some years past'. He had been member for Brisbane in the Qld parliament and Crown Prosecutor for the Northern District when the Palmer ministry fell. Bishop Quinn & Father James Horan reconciled him on his death bed and absolved him from censure.
     His will was proved on 26 February 1874 at Brisbane, Queensland. In the will of John Killeen Handy, late of Brisbane, Barrister-at Law, deceased. Probate was granted to Elizabeth Carse
Handy, widow of tile deceased, sole executrix named in the will. The goods were sworn under the value of £250.

John Minnis Handy

(29 March 1856 - )
     John Minnis Handy was born on 29 March 1856 in Bagenalstown, Dunlecky, Carlow, Ireland. He was the son of Thomas Handy and Susan Craig. John Minnis Handy was christened on 13 June 1856 in Dunlecky, Carlow.

John Trougher Handy

(1792 - 3 February 1850)
     John Trougher Handy was born in 1792. He was the son of John Handy (of Wiltshire) and Elizabeth Smith.
     John Trougher Handy married Catherine Newman on 30 October 1823 in Corsham, Wiltshire. John was a solicitor.
     John died on 3 February 1850 in Malmesbury, Wiltshire. There is a memorial tablet on the wall of Malmesbury Abbey.

Children of John Trougher Handy and Catherine Newman

John? William Handy

(circa 1817 - )
     John? William Handy was born circa 1817. John, third child/son according to the Genealogical Office pedigree. William Handy aged 3, son of Fleming and Catherine in the 1821 census.. He was the son of Fleming Handy and Catherine Eliza Kirkman. John? William Handy was listed in the household of Samuel Wesley Handy and Catherine Fleming as a grandchild in the in 1821 census in Brackareagh, Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath. Four storied house no. 1 Sam W Handy, aged 70, gentleman and holder of 255 acres here & 90 acres in Gregham in King's Co., & 90 acres in Aughrim co. Galway, Catherine his wife age 64, Thomas Handy aged 26, his son; Dorothy aged 35, Maria aged 23 & Ruth aged 21 his daughters.
Fleming Handy, gentleman aged 40, resident at Tullamore in King's County, Catherine, 30, wife of Fleming, Thos 9, Wm 3, Barbara 13, Catherine 12, & Martha 10, children of said Fleming Handy, visitors.

Jonathan Handy

(16 October 1694 - 1738)
     Jonathan Handy was born on 16 October 1694 in Newcastle, Tikillin, Wexford, Ireland. Born at said place [Newcastle] the 16th of the 7th month 1694.. He was the son of Thomas Handy and Sarah Deaves.
     Jonathan died in 1738 in Dublin, Ireland. He is not mentioned in his brother Thomas' will dated July 1752, but his brother John is, of course the elder John may have died and this one was called John in later life. A Jonathan Handy's will was proved in 1759 but the Quaker records show him dying in 1738.

Jonathan Handy

(6 December 1721 - )
     Jonathan Handy was born on 6 December 1721 in Newcastle, Tikillin, Wexford, Ireland. Jonathan 6th of 9th month 1721, son of John & Sarah. He was the son of John Handy and Sarah Randall.
     A Jonathan Handy, Temple Maccatire, co. Westmeath, gent, was party to an indenture with Arthur, Lord Bishop of Meath dated 18 Feb1743.

Jonathan Handy

(circa 1716 - before 6 October 1718)
     Jonathan Handy was born circa 1716. The parentage of this child is not proven. He was the son of Thomas Handy and Mary Hillary.
     Jonathan died before 6 October 1718 in Dublin, Ireland. He was buried on the 6th day of the 8th month 1718?.

Jonathan Handy

(circa 1704 - before 14 August 1759)
     Jonathan Handy was born circa 1704 in Ireland. He is described as the eldest son of Sam in the Registry of Deeds. He was the son of Samuel Handy and Jane or Joan Lowe. Jonathan Handy was mentioned in a conveyance of property on 26 November 1717. Deed of Settlement made by George Warburton, then deceased, bearing date the 26 Nov 11717, granted and demised to Samuel Handy of Aughrim, co.Galsway, gentleman, 1400 acres of the lands Aughrim, Attydermott etc. The interest in these lands granted and demised by said lease, having subsequently become vested in Sanmual Handy (the youngest son of the Lessee in said lease)..
     Jonathan Handy married Margery Levens on 9 May 1731? In St Michan, Dublin. He may be: Jon & Handy & Margery Levens in the presence of Christopher Ennis, Wm Flannagan, Mrs Hunt & Catherin Faran. Jonathan Handy's use of the property Indenture of lease & release between Samuel Handy of Brackareagh, Westmeath, gent & Rev Wm Crowe re lands in Aghrim, lately in the occupation of Mr Jonathan Handy.... saves the church seating for himself and his family when in district. Samuel Handy to build a tuck mill. Signed by Samuel Handy & William Crowe, attested by Jonathan Handy, eldest son of the said Samuel Handy. was registered on 24 April 1735 in Aughrim, Galway, Ireland.
     Jonathan Handy married Hannah Unknown (Handy) circa 1735.
     In Samuel Handy's will dated 3 March 1740 in Brackareagh, Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Jonathan Handy was named as heir; Samuel Handy of Brackagh-rea in co. Westmeath, gent, mentions his wife Jane, son Jonathan Handy, grand daughtrer Jane Handy (under 21), daughter of above Jonathan; son John Handy, grand daughesr Margaret Fouace, Liddia Fouace; grandson Thos Fouace, Frederck Fouace; son Samuel Handy ; nephew Rowland Cook?, daughter Ann Fouace; elder brother Thomas Handy deceased [the latter not mentioned in betham's abstracts].
Tolls of the Fairs of Aghrim co Galway.
Executors - sons Samuel Handy of Coolilough, John Handy of Brackagh-rea & Jonathan Handy of Templem'Tire. Probate to John, saving rights of Sam & Jonathan.
     A Jonathan Handy, Temple Maccatire, co. Westmeath, gent, was party to an indenture with Arthur, Lord Bishop of Meath dated 18 Feb1743.
     A resident of Templemacateer, County Westmeath, Ireland, the son of a lieutenant in Oliver Cromwell's army, elder brother of Samuel Handy, and a member of the Methodist society at Templemacateer. John Wesley preached in Jonathan Handy's house on Friday evening, 2 April 1748. At a meeting at Tyrrellspass (also County Westmeath) three days later (5 April), John Wesley indicated that Handy, "greatly sorrowing before, was now enabled to rejoice in God. . ." Charles Wesley preached at Jonathan Handy's house at Templemacateer on 9 February 1748.
5, April 1748. Our room was filled at five. After preaching I examined the Classes. I found a surprising openness among them. When I asked one in particular, "How he had lived in time past? " he spread abroad his hands, and said, with many tears, "hear I stand, a grey-headed monster of all manner of wickedness;" which I verily believe, had it been desired, he would have explained before them all. Much in the same manner spoke one who came from Connaught, but with huge affliction and dismay: we determined to wrestle with God in her behalf, which we did for above and hour: and he heard the prayer, so that her soul was filled with joy unspeakable. Mr. Jonathan Handy, greatly sorrowing before, was also now enabled to rejoice in God....
     Jonathan Handy made a will dated 6 February 1759 in Brown St, Dublin. He described himself as Jonathan Handy of Brown Street in Dublin, gent and gives to his wife Hannah Handy for life the lease of Templem'Tire and lands Ballinakill & Killeenesallasan. He also mentions his daughter Jean Oakes & son Samuel Handy. He bequeaths Ballynakill to his son Samuel Handy & his issue. If they fail then to brother John Handy etc., if they fail then to brother Samuel Handy etc., if they fail then to sister Anne Fouace. His executors were to be his wife and daughter.
     Jonathan died before 14 August 1759 in Dublin, Ireland.
     His will was proved on 14 August 1759 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. Jonathan Handy, gent, of John St, Dublin. The Genealogical Office pedigree, states Jonathan Handy of Brown/Brain St, Dublin, gent.
Rev Richard Fleming Handy in 1859 states that his grandfather Samuel had a brother Jonathan Esq. of Bracca Castle who died without issue and left Samuel his fortune.
Probate was granted to the executors named in his will.
     Jonathan Handy was mentioned in the will of John Handy dated 29 November 1763. He was described as his brother.

Children of Jonathan Handy and Hannah Unknown (Handy)

Jonathan Handy

(circa 1645 - )
     The progenitor of this family came over to Ireland as a Lieutenant in Cromwell's army. He did not obtain a grant of arms. The estate of Bracca Castle and other property was purchased by some of the family. Lt Handy married and left a son, who married Joan Low, by whom he had issue three sons, the youngest being Samuel. This account conflicts with the pedigree at the Friends Library. They settled in co. Wexford
IWK Handy states that the progenitor of the Irish family accompanied Cromwell to Ireland, as an officer in the Dragoons in the Army. Jonathan had no surviving issue as he left his estates to his brother Samuel?. Jonathan Handy was born circa 1645. He was the son of Lt? Jonathan Handy.
     Jonathan Handy was recorded in 1659 census. Pender's survey of 1659 Itaken between Dec 1654 and 1659) listed Jonathan Handy, at Multifarnham, Westmeath. He was not mentioned in the Down Survey of 1655-58 nor the Book of Survey & Distribution.
     Administration of the estate of Lt? Jonathan Handy was granted to Jonathan Handy, on 6 January 1689 in the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland, Jonathan Handy, Kilbeg, co. Westmeath, Esquire, to Jonathan Handy the son.

Children of Jonathan Handy

Lt? Jonathan Handy

(before 21 September 1623 - before 6 January 1689)
     Lt? Jonathan Handy was born before 21 September 1623 in Evesham, Worcestershire. There were Quaker Handy families in Evesham in the 1660s. He was the son of Thomas Handy (of Evesham).      
Lt? Jonathan Handy paid the poll tax at Multifernan townland in 1659 in Multifarnan. Jonathan Handy, George Madocks, Zephania Smith, George Harrison and Mathew Allen, gents were the tituladoes with 10 English (presumably them and their wives) and 71 Irish.      
Lt? Jonathan Handy paid 2/- hearth money in 1665 in Rahugh, Moycashel, Westmeath.
     Jonathan died before 6 January 1689 in Kilbeg, Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath, Ireland. Jonathan Handy of Kilbeg, co. Westmeath, Esq..
     The administration of his estate was granted to Jonathan Handy on 6 January 1689 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. Jonathan Handy, Kilbeg, co. Westmeath, Esquire, to Jonathan Handy the son.

Child of Lt? Jonathan Handy

Joseph Handy

(8 July 1889 - )
     Joseph Handy was born on 8 July 1889 in Raheen, Kilbride, Tullamore RD, Offaly, Ireland. He was the son 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. Joseph was a blacksmith. Was a tainter with cloth looms.
     Joseph Handy married Bridget Bracken on 25 November 1935 in the RC church, Killina, Tullamore, Offaly. Joseph Handy 47, bachelor, mill operative of Clara, son of William Handy, farmer, to, Brigid Bracken, 31, spinster, farmer, of The Island, daughter of Michael Bracken, farmer. Witnesses were Martin Handy & Annie Bracken.

Children of Joseph Handy and Bridget Bracken

Joseph Handy

(before 30 September 1878 - )
     Joseph Handy was born before 30 September 1878 in Rathdown RD, Dublin & Wicklow. He was the son of William Handy and Mary Hopkins.

Joseph Handy

(after 1868 - )
     He is not mentioned in Laurel's e-mail.. Joseph Handy was born after 1868. He was the son of Samuel Wesley Handy and Amelie Vautrin.

Joseph Handy

(circa 1858? - )
     Joseph Handy was born circa 1858? In America. He was the son of Thomas Handy and Ann Daly. Patrick and Joseph were listed as the children of Thomas Handy in the 1871 census in 11 Milnes E Wynd, Liff & Benvie, Angus. Joseph Handy was the informant at the death of Thomas Handy, on 12 October 1874.

Joseph Handy

(20 May 1873 - )
     Joseph Handy was born on 20 May 1873 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland. He was the son of John Handy and Mary Brien. Joseph, John, Mary and James were listed as the children of John Handy in the 1881 census in 123 Blackscroft, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.
     Joseph Handy served in the military in the Royal Garrison Artillery - Forfar & Kincardine militia for 6 years between 1890 and 1908. His wife Jane lived in Aberdeen.