Son Handy

(21 April 1875 - )
     Son Handy was born on 21 April 1875 in the Rotunda Hospital, Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Francis? Handy and Elizabeth O'Connor.

Stray Handy

Children of Stray Handy

Susan Handy

(1876 - )
     Susan Handy was born in 1876. She was the daughter of Samuel Wesley Handy and Amelie Vautrin.

Susan Handy

(circa 1877 - )
     Susan Handy was born circa 1877 in British Columbia, Canada. She was the daughter of Samuel H Handy and Susan Unknown (Handy).

Susan Handy

(1 August 1899 - )
     Susan Handy was born on 1 August 1899 in Cloonshany/Clonshanny, Rahan, Tullamore RD, Offaly. She was the daughter of Andrew Handy and Mary Bracken. Mary, Margaret, Bridget and Susan were listed as Andrew Handy's children in the 1901 census in Clonshanny, Bawn, Offaly. Mary, Margaret, Bridget, Susan, Elizabeth, William, Anne and John were listed as Andrew Handy's children in the 1911 census in Clonshanny, Rahan, Offaly.

Sydney Fleming Handy

(circa 1862 - 28 December 1865)
     Sydney Fleming Handy was also known as Fleming in records. He was born circa 1862. He died in infancy. There is a memorial stone at Grangesilvia.. He was the son of Matthew Fleming Handy and Isabella Sarah Gamble.
     Sydney died on 28 December 1865 in Barraghcore, Grangesilvia, Kilkenny. Handy, Sydney Fleming "son of Fleming"; 3, but the Gowran church register gives Sidney Handy aged 8, miller's child, the informant being Henry Handy householder. Another entry gives his name as Sydney and aged 3, of Barrghore, miller's child, died 28 Jan 1865, informant was the father Fleming Handy..

Theodore Handy

(after 1868 - )
     Theodore Handy was born after 1868. He was the son of Samuel Wesley Handy and Amelie Vautrin.

Thomas Handy

(21 May 1654 - )
     Thomas Handy was also known as (of Newcastle) in records. He was born on 21 May 1654 in Chadwell, Essex. Thomas, born at said place 21st of 2nd month 1654. Another page gives 22nd of the 2nd month 1652. Betham suggests he is the brother of John Handy of Kilbeg whose will was dated 24 Feb 1711 and therefore the son of Jonathan Handy. He was the son of Thomas Handy and Elizabeth Sain(s) / Saim.
     Thomas Handy married Sarah Deaves in 1679 in Ireland. Thomas Handy junior marryed Sarah the daughter of Elizabeth Deeves. In 1679 according to Tennison Groves T808 p. 7661 [ which fits the children's birth dates].
Sarah Deaves, daughter of WM? & Eliz, Deaves to Thomas Handy junr, 1670 - the page is confusing. In an unknown person 's will before 4 December 1688 in Newcastle, Tikillin, Wexford, Ireland, Thomas, Elizabeth, Elizabeth and Thomas was named as an heir.
     He was mentioned in the will of Quaker, William Brown, Killuring, Co. Wexford dated 8 Dec 1701. To be buried in the burial place of the People called Quakers near Lambstowne. My wife Elizabeth Brown. To Elizabeth Arnall a bed, bedding and £20, same to Eleanor Arnall, provided they marry with consent of my executors. As Mary Lendon alias Arnall hath married altogether without my consent £5 provided her husband settle it for her use. To Thomas Handy of Newcastle £3. To William Sandwith of Ballenecarick £7, to Hannah Sandwith his wife a giney. My friends said William Sandwith and Thomas Handy executors. Witnesses: Ann Wilkison, Charles Kavanagh, John Haply (probate date not shown).
     Thomas Handy and Thomas Handy were mentioned in a deed dated 11 March 1733. Deed between Thomas Handy the elder of Newcastle, co. Wexford & barony of Shilmaleer? and Thomas Handy the younger of the city of Dublin, merchant, eldest on of Thomas Handy the elder of the first part & John Handy of Newcastle aforesaid, farmer, second son of the said TH the elder of the other part Whereby the said TH the elder being seised & possessed of the town and lands of Newcastle Killown, BallymcShoneen & Ballywater in the barony Shilmaleer, co. Wexford containing c. 500 acres by virtue of a lease of lives renewable for ever made to him by Richard Saunders esq for consideration of the of the said deed mentioned and for settlement of the town & lands afsd did covenant, grant, conclude and agree & with the said TH the younger, the said John Handy and their heirs that the said TH the elder ....

Children of Thomas Handy and Sarah Deaves

Thomas Handy

(20 September 1683 - 10 July 1754)
     This? Thomas, grandson of Thomas of Newcastle, was to receive "all that track of land I broght in New Jersey". Thomas Handy was born on 20 September 1683 in Newcastle, Tikillin, Wexford, Ireland. Thomas, born at said place [Newcastle] the 26th of ? month, 1683. |His father is mentioned in his will. In 1734 he is described as the eldest son of Thomas Handy of Newcastle. He was the son of Thomas Handy and Sarah Deaves.
     In Thomas Handy's will dated before 4 December 1688 in Newcastle, Tikillin Wexford, Thomas Handy was named as heir; Thomas Handey, the elder, of Newcastle, co. Wexford. To be buried in Friends burying place.
To my wife Elizabeth Handey one half of all my goods and chattels except the lease of land of Newcastle and other lands taken from Joseph Sanders by lease.
To my son Thomas Handey the lease of Newcastle and said other lands, one third part of what it yields to my said wife, and one third to my daughter Mary and one third to my said son Thomas.
To said daughter Mary (sole executrix) the half of all my goods.
To my grandson Thomas Handey all that track of land I bought in New Jersey.
To my granddaughter Elizabeth Handey £5.
To 'the daughter of my granddaughter Mary Smith' 20/-.
To Thomas Wright's two sons, Thomas and Joseph, 10/- each.
To Susannah Sandwith's child "if it please the Lord it come to life and live " 20/-.
Francis Randall, John Tottenham and Jonas Chamberlin to be overseers. Dated the ninth month 1688.
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     Perhaps this is his father, although the pedigree states that the immigrant father was married to Joan.
     Betham's abstract of the will of Thomas Handy of Meath Street, Dublin, merchant, mentions his cozen Samuel Handy, Johnathan Strettle, daughter Catherine Pim otherwise Handy, wife of John Pim; Sarah Pemberton, wife of John Pemberton, daughter Mary Handy, brother John Handy, father Thomas Handy, grand daughters Sarah, Mary, Elizabeth & Anna Pim, grand son Handy Pemberton, grandaughter Mary Pemberton, cousin Mary Wyly, daughter of Bridget Jessop nee Wyley. Brother in law Samuel Hillary, cousin Susanna Williams, nee Wright, cousin William Wright.
     He was a witness to the will of Jonas Chamberlain, Little Killiaine, Co. Wexford. To be buried at Friends burying place at Cerlekin [Corlican]. To my wife Ann Chamberlain the whole benefit of my lease of Little Killiane and all goods and chattels for life, said lease then to my sons Will and Joshua Chamberlain, they paying their brother Jonas Chamberlain £20. To Ann Kerby one third of my goods and chattels, one third to Susanna Berry and remaining third between said Will and Joshua Chamberlain, said sons to perfect a lease to Joseph Berry, for the lands he now holds from me in Little Killiane, and to pay my son Jonas Chamberlain's children or the survivor of them £5 when of age of on marriage. My friends Hen. Hillary, Will Sandwith and Tho. Handy overseers and trustees. Linard Kerby executor. Dated 10 Oct. 1695. Witnesses: Daniel Fossey, Tho. Miller, Morres Douglas, Ann Miller.
     He was mentioned in the will of Quaker, William Brown, Killuring, Co. Wexford dated 8 Dec 1701. To be buried in the burial place of the People called Quakers near Lambstowne. My wife Elizabeth Brown. To Elizabeth Arnall a bed, bedding and £20, same to Eleanor Arnall, provided they marry with consent of my executors. As Mary Lendon alias Arnall hath married altogether without my consent £5 provided her husband settle it for her use. To Thomas Handy of Newcastle £3. To William Sandwith of Ballenecarick £7, to Hannah Sandwith his wife a giney. My friends said William Sandwith and Thomas Handy executors. Witnesses: Ann Wilkison, Charles Kavanagh, John Haply (probate date not shown).
     Thomas Handy married Mary Hillary on 2 July 1714 in Wexford, Wexford, Ireland. He was of Dublin and she was of Wexford.
Whereas Thomas Handy ofthe City of Dublin, son of Thomas Handy of Newcastle int eh county of Wexfirdm ti Mry Hillary, daughter of Henry Hillary of the town of Wexford having declared their intentions of each other in marriage before several publick meetings of the people... Quakers in the said City of Dublin, county and town of Wexford ... having consent of parents and relations among the signatories to the event were Tho Handy, John Handy, Sarah Handy, & several Deaves, the last two (separate column) are Thomas Handy & Mary Handy.
     Thomas Handy was mentioned in a deed dated 30 August 1714 in Dublin. Thomas Handy of Meath St, Donore, Dublin, cloathier, re house on south side of Upper Coomb, Dublin.
     Thomas Handy mortgaged property on 18 May 1724 in Dublin. A deed of mortgage dated 18 May 1724 whereby Thomas Handy of the city of Dublin, merchant in consideration of £1100 sterling, to him paid by Joseph Fade of the same city, lands of Davidstown & the three Balgans alias Balganreagh, Barony of Bantry, co. Wexford for the term of 500 years for the rent of one peppercorn... Thomas Handy, seal. Discharged 3 October 1727.
     He was mentioned in the will of Quaker, Braithwaite, Samuel, Pimlico, in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore, clothier. To my wife Sarah Braithwaite £700 and all household goods etc. My wife's brother Edward Richardson of Yorkshire. My daughter Hannah Summers. My grandson Samuel Summers. My nephews John Braithwaite and James Braithwaite now in America. My niece Sarah Braithwaite alias Dunn eldest daughter and Mary Braithwaite second daughter of brother Isacc Braithwaite. My wife's nephew Joshua Richardson. My three grandchildren Samuel Summers, Braithwaite Summers, Jennet Summers. Mary Braithwaite daughter to my brother Lawrence Braithwaite of London, lately deceased. To Mary Thackery ten pounds sterling. Sarah Broderick ten pounds sterling. John Stoddart twenty pounds sterling. Executors son-in-law Isaac Summers, my friend Thomas Handy, and my wife Sarah. Overseers George Rooke and John Stevens.
In trust for wife my now house in Pimlico held by lives renewable for ever from John Forster, all that house or tenements in Elbow Lane and on the Comb, held forever from Earl of Meath. In trust for niece Sarah Braithwaite, holdings etc. in Cloathworkers Square, Summers Lane in Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore, held by lives renewable for ever from Bernard Brown, Esq. To my wife and to Thomas Handy, houses etc. in the Comb in said Liberty commonly know by name of the Gunn, held from the Earl of Meath, also houses, tenements, lands on Pimlico and Braithwaite Street held from Jacob Poole (one house being in possession of John Nixon). To three grandchildren premises in Meath Street and Earl Street lately purchased from Amos Strettle, premises in New Market from Earl of Meath. To grandson Braithwaite Summers my holdings in Fordhams Alley. To my granddaughter Jennet Summers house and lands in Poole Street. To my nephew John Braithwaite my holding near Palmerstown which I hold from Roger Tuttle. To Isaac Summers the little house in Crealeys yard, which I hold by lease from William Moore. To grandson Samuel Summers all my houses and lands in Dolphins Barn alias Killpenny held from James Maddin, three houses in Bolton Street held from Luke Gardiner. £50 to build charity houses or workhouses for the poor Friends of the people called Quakers. £100 towards printing Friends books. Dated 24 April 1727. Proved in Prerogative Court 5 Aug 1728. Witnesses: Joseph Sanders, Will French, Henry Buckley
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     Thomas Handy and Thomas Handy were mentioned in a deed dated 11 March 1733. Deed between Thomas Handy the elder of Newcastle, co. Wexford & barony of Shilmaleer? and Thomas Handy the younger of the city of Dublin, merchant, eldest on of Thomas Handy the elder of the first part & John Handy of Newcastle aforesaid, farmer, second son of the said TH the elder of the other part Whereby the said TH the elder being seised & possessed of the town and lands of Newcastle Killown, BallymcShoneen & Ballywater in the barony Shilmaleer, co. Wexford containing c. 500 acres by virtue of a lease of lives renewable for ever made to him by Richard Saunders esq for consideration of the of the said deed mentioned and for settlement of the town & lands afsd did covenant, grant, conclude and agree & with the said TH the younger, the said John Handy and their heirs that the said TH the elder ....
     The National Archives hold a manuscript map: 'A draught of the lands of Newcastle, Ballymacshoneen and Kileann, situate by the river Slany and near Wexford, held partly by Thomas Handy and partly by John Handy. Laid down by Isaac Jackson. Quarto vellum sheet, coloured in outline [16 J 14 (7)].
     Thomas Handy was mentioned in a deed dated 1 December 1737 in Dublin. Thoams Handy, clothier.
     Thomas Handy was mentioned in a deed dated 8 May 1741 in Dublin. Thomas Handy, merchant re mortgage.
     Thomas Handy was mentioned in a deed dated 1 March 1742 in Dublin. Thomas Handy, merchant - lease and release.
     Thomas Handy lived at Meath Street, Dublin, 1744.
     Hayes' Manuscript index mentions a map of Mr Thomas Handey's holding of Newcastle & Killaune, co. Wexford, the estate of Sir Arthur Gore, Bart., survedyed by William James. Quarto sheet, coloured in outline, July 1747.
     Thomas Handy made a will dated 20 September 1752 in Dublin. I Thomas Handy of Meathstreet in the liberties of Thomas Court & Dener in the city & county of Dublin, merchant ... Newcastle etc in Shelmaliore barony co Wexford let to brother John Handy...I leave & devise to my cousin Samuel Handy of Colelaugh in the co. of Westmeath & Jonathan Strettle of Eustace St, Dublin ... mill & mill lands of Davidstown, Barony of Bantry & co. Wexford ... Queens co ... to the use & behoof of my daughter Catherine Pim otherwise Handy, late wife of John Pim, dec'd and her heirs and assigns ... daughter Sarah Pemberton, wife of John Pemberton, my daughter Mary Handy, my brother John Handy, Deed of settlement 11 March 1733 made by my father Thomas Handy ... my four grandchildren, Sarah, Mary, Elizabeth & Ann Pim .. [all under 21] my grandson Henry Pemberton & granddaughter Mary Pemberton [both under 21], To the poor of the parish of Cather... To my cousin Mary Wyly? daughter of Bridget Jessop otherwise Wyly, to my cousin Elizabeth Jessop another daughter of said Bridget Jessop. To the children of my brother in law Joshua Samuel Hillary, to my said brother John Handy £20 p.a., to my said brother in law Samuel Hillary, to Men's Meeting of Dublin Quakers £150; Betham adds a cousin Susannah Wilkinson nee Wright and cousin? Wm Wright.
     Thomas Handy was mentioned in a deed dated 13 May 1753 in Dublin. Thomas Handy, Yeoman, Coolylough, Westmeath, assignment.
     Thomas died on 10 July 1754 in Dublin, Ireland, aged 70.
     His will was proved on 10 July 1754 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. Thomas Handy, late of co. Wexford, left by his last will and testament the sum of £150 to be placed at interest & the interest to be applied for the purpose of putting poor children apprentice & 2/3 for the mens meeting of Dublin, 1/3 to the mens meeting of Wexford. This sum was for a time placed with John Dawson Coates but was afterwards repaid by him. Probate was granted to the executors Handy & Strettle being affirmed as Quakers.

Children of Thomas Handy and Mary Hillary

Thomas Handy

(31 December 1615 - before 4 December 1688)
     Thomas Handy was also known as (of Newcastle, Aughrim?) in records. He was christened on 31 December 1615 in Evesham, Worcestershire. He was the son of Thomas Handy (of Evesham) and Joan (?).
     A Samuel Handy was a passenger to Virginia July 1635.
Thomas' descendant Thomas K Handy thought he arrived in 1649 with Cromwell and was a distinguished Officer in the Dragoons and received forfeited estates, which he lost on the restoration and later purchased extensive estates of Coaloalough, co. Westmeath. This person is the right age to be in Cromwell's army..
     Thomas Handy married Margaret Clements in 1640 in Worcestershire, England. Thomas Handy, son of Thomas Handy of Evesham in the county of Worcester, & Joan his wife, took to wife Margaret Clements, daughter of [blank] & [blank] his wife of Weston in a publick assembly of the People called Quakers on the [blank] month 1640, by whom he had Mary born at Evesham 1641.
     Thomas Handy married secondly Elizabeth Sain(s) / Saim before 1651 in Ireland. Thomas Handy recorded in 1st page, took to wife, Elizabeth Saim, daughter of Robert & Mary Saim of Mousin [Moulsham?] in the county of Essex, by whom he had the following: Sarah, Thomas, John & Mary.      
Thomas Handy emigrated circa 1655 to Ireland.
     Thomas Handy married thirdly Elizabeth Sissimore (Deaves) in 1666 in Lambston, near Wexford, Wexford, Ireland. Thomas Handy recorded in the 1 & 10th page, took to wife Elizabeth Deaves, widow of John Deaves (see page 11) in a publick assembly of the People called Quakers at Lambstown, the 14th of month, 1666, by whom he had the following: Sissemore 1668 & Mary 1671 [which means the 1668 death is not his. Another Quaker entry states:] Thomas Handy mentioned in the preceding leafe having buried his wife as on ye other side, took to wife Elizabeth the releict of John Deevs in ye 18 page, at the house of Robert Cuppage at l
Lambertown, on the 14th of ye year 1666 in the presence of several of the Lords people there assembled, and present, & by her had had these children viz: [Sisemore & Mary].
Thomas Handy was imprisoned in 1679 in Ireland. On the 15th of the second month this year [1679] Thomas Handy was imprsoned at Wexford on a definitive sentence out of the Ecclesiasticak Courtm a the suit of William Owens, priest, for tithes, adn there remained a year and athree quarters, and during that imprisonment had lambs and corn taken away worth 2. 1s..
     Thomas Handy made a will dated before 4 December 1688 in Newcastle, Tikillin, Wexford, Ireland. Thomas Handey, the elder, of Newcastle, co. Wexford. To be buried in Friends burying place.
To my wife Elizabeth Handey one half of all my goods and chattels except the lease of land of Newcastle and other lands taken from Joseph Sanders by lease.
To my son Thomas Handey the lease of Newcastle and said other lands, one third part of what it yields to my said wife, and one third to my daughter Mary and one third to my said son Thomas.
To said daughter Mary (sole executrix) the half of all my goods.
To my grandson Thomas Handey all that track of land I bought in New Jersey.
To my granddaughter Elizabeth Handey £5.
To 'the daughter of my granddaughter Mary Smith' 20/-.
To Thomas Wright's two sons, Thomas and Joseph, 10/- each.
To Susannah Sandwith's child "if it please the Lord it come to life and live " 20/-.
Francis Randall, John Tottenham and Jonas Chamberlin to be overseers. Dated the ninth month 1688.
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     Perhaps this is his father, although the pedigree states that the immigrant father was married to Joan.
     Betham's abstract of the will of Thomas Handy of Meath Street, Dublin, merchant, mentions his cozen Samuel Handy, Johnathan Strettle, daughter Catherine Pim otherwise Handy, wife of John Pim; Sarah Pemberton, wife of John Pemberton, daughter Mary Handy, brother John Handy, father Thomas Handy, grand daughters Sarah, Mary, Elizabeth & Anna Pim, grand son Handy Pemberton, grandaughter Mary Pemberton, cousin Mary Wyly, daughter of Bridget Jessop nee Wyley. Brother in law Samuel Hillary, cousin Susanna Williams, nee Wright, cousin William Wright.
     Thomas died before 4 December 1688 in Newcastle, Tikillin Wexford. 1688, Thomas Handy the elder, deceased in ... he was convinced of truth & bore a good testimony for it amongst his neighbours, being a peaceable man & one that was for making & preserving peace amongst them. He was kind & loving to Friends & bore a faithful testimony agst Tythes by suffering a long imprisonment: and all though he might not appear much at our province meetings yet he was a concerned man amongst us for the prosperity of truth. He deaprted this life in the year 1688. Another page gives Thomas Handy, senr, 1688, husband of Elizabeth.
     His will was proved on 4 December 1691 at Newcastle. Inventory of goods and chattels of Thomas Handey, late of Newcastle, parish of Takillin, co. Wexford, fourth of ninth month 1691. Valued by Isaac Broadly and John Allen. Household goods and furniture. Cattle and sheep. In the dairy two hunded of chees with other things necessary to the dairy £2". "Nine cows, two heaffers and two calves £15." "One small hogg 3/- . G 3 26.

Child of Thomas Handy and Margaret Clements

Children of Thomas Handy and Elizabeth Sain(s) / Saim

Children of Thomas Handy and Elizabeth Sissimore (Deaves)

Thomas Handy

(5 October 1724 - )
     Thomas Handy was born on 5 October 1724 in Newcastle, Tikillin, Wexford, Ireland. Thomas Handy, born 5th of the 7th month 1724, son of John & Sarah.. He was the son of John Handy and Sarah Randall.

Thomas Handy

(21 December 1613 - before 1615)
     FMP Quaker records:
19 Thomas Handy son of Thomas and Jone handy of Evesham in Worcesteshire married Margaret the daughter of .... and Clements of Weston: 1640 and by her had these children
Viz

Births

Mary Handy daughter of the said Thomas & Margret Handy was born in Evesham abovsd .. 1641

The said Thomas Handy marryed a second wife, fiz Elizabeth Sa... daughter the daughter of Robert & Mary Say.. of Monsim in Eff .. and ... had these children
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Sarah Handy daughter of sd Thomas and Elizabeth handy was borneat Chadwilll in Essex about they 22nd May 1651
Thomas Handy th son of ue sd Thomas and Elizabeth handy was born ... about ye 21st 2 month 1654.

John Handy, son of the said Thomas & Ellizabeth Handy was born at Waterford about 12th mo 1657.

Mary Handy the daughter of the said Thoms & Elizabeth Hand was born at Ballihubbark in the county of Wexford about y 16th mo? 1661

The burials of the wife and children of the said family
Mary Handy daughter of the sd Thomas & Margaret Handy ....... was buried at Kilmuckridge in ye 12 th mon 1668

Mary Handy dauaghter of the sd Thomas & Elizabeth Handy de..sed, & was bureid at Kilmuckrighe in the county of Wexford in the 1st mo 1668

Thomas handy s.. was convinced of ye truth & born a good tesimony for it amongst his neighbours being a peacable man & one that for making & preeeservng peace amonst them. He was kind and loving to friends and bore a faithfull testimony against tithe by suffering long imprisonment: and all though he might not appear much at our province meetings uet he was a concerened man amongst us? for the prosperity of truth. He departed this life in the year 1688.
Thomas Handy mentioned in the preceding leafe having buried his wife as on ye other side, took to wife WElizabeth the releict of John Deevs in ye 18 page, at the house of Robert Cuppage at lambertown, on the 14th of ye years 1666 in the presence of several of the Lords people there assembled, and present, & by her hat had these children viz:
Sisemore Handy, the son of Thomas & Elizabeth handy wass born at Hallihubbork in the county of Wexford ye 10th of 6 mo: 1668
Mary handy the daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth handy was born at ye Lytter ... ye 22 of 3 mo 1671
Burials of the said family
Sisemore Handy the son of Thomas & Elizabeth handy departed this life and was buried at friends burying place at Corlorain? the 26 of the 12 month in the 1682. Thomas Handy was born on 21 December 1613 in Evesham, Worcestershire. He was the son of Thomas Handy (of Evesham).
     Thomas died before 1615.

Thomas Handy

(circa 1811 - 31 October 1844)
     Thomas Handy was born circa 1811. He was the son of Fleming Handy and Catherine Eliza Kirkman. Thomas 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.

     Thomas died on 31 October 1844 in 'Blundell House', Edenderry, Monasterosis, Offaly, Ireland. 30 Oct 1844, Thomas Handy of Blundell House, Edenderry, 5th son of the late Samuel Handy Esq., of Bracca Castle, co. Westmeath.
     His will was proved in 1845 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. Thomas Handy 31 October 1844, Edenderry, Kings co., Esq. #168.

Child of Thomas Handy

Thomas Handy

(after 1710 - before 28 January 1731)
     Thomas Handy was born after 1710. He was a minor at his father's death.. He was the son of John Handy and Catherine Unknown (Handy) (Ormsby).
     Thomas Handy was mentioned in the will of John Handy dated 24 February 1711/12.
     Thomas died before 28 January 1731 in Kilbeg, Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath, Ireland.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Catherine Unknown (Handy) (Ormsby) on 28 January 1731 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. Thomas Handy of Killbegg, co. Westmeath, a minor, deceased, intestate made to his mother Catherine Ormsby alias Handy, wife of Edward Ormsby of Derrycemon?, co. Roscommon, gent. Thomas was a beneficiary in John Handy's will proved 28 January 1731 in the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Thomas Handy

(circa 1665? - before 24 May 1736)
     Thomas Handy was born circa 1665?. He was the son of Jonathan Handy.
     Thomas was a defendant in a court case on 10 February 1697 in Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath. Henry Doyle of Ballyvaan, co. Kildare, gent v. Nicholas Knight clerk, rector & vicar of Ardnurcher, Oliver Cartan, John Cartan & Thomas Handy defendants. About the tithes of Ardnurcher, no dates or exact details given, mentions that a part of the tythes of Ardnurcher belong to the Blundel family. .
     Thomas was a defendant in a court case on 13 May 1697. Exchequer bill, answer of John Cartan, Oliver Carton & Thomas Handy, defendants to above bill of Henry Doyle, gives no information as to how Handy was mixed up in the matter.
     Thomas Handy has exchequer bills from 10 February 1697 to 29 April 1727, but references to Samuel Handy start in 1725.
     Thomas Handy was mentioned in the will of John Handy dated 24 February 1711/12. He was described as his brother.
     Thomas was a plaintiff in a civil court case on 25 April 1721 in Coolalough, Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath. Exchequer bill, answer: Thomas Handy of Cooleylough, co. Westmeath, gent v. Nicholas Knight, clerk, rector of Ardnurcher parish in counties of Westmeath and Kings County. Plaintiff in 1699 signed a bond as surety for Oliver Cartan & Jn Cartan that they would pay the rent agreed upon between them & defendant for the tythes of Ardnurcher parish, long details of the ... between the parties.
     Thomas Handy and Samuel Handy were mentioned in a deed dated 3 January 1726/27 in Aughrim, Galway, Ireland. A memorial of articles dated 3 January 1726/7 whereby Thomas Handy of Templemackatire co. Westmeath, gent. for consideration thereunder mentioned did give & grant to Samuel Handy of Brackarea in the said county, gent, his heirs etc, all his right, title/tithe and interest in the farm lands and appurtenances of Aghrim in the co. of Galway then in possession of the said Samuel Handy forever after the decease of the said Thomas Handy paying yearly during the said Thomas Handy's life the sum of £15 sterling annually which said article is witnessed by Mary Whalley, sister to the said Thomas Handy and by Samuel Handy junior, son to the said Samuel Handy & this memorial is witnessed by Samuel Handy junior and John Handy son to the said Samuel Handy. Samuel Handy - seal, Signed and sealed in the presence of John Handy & Samuel Handy jr.
     Thomas died before 24 May 1736 in Templemacateer, Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath. He is mentioned as deceased in his younger brother Samuel's will dated 3 March 1740.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 24 May 1736 at Templemacateer. Thomas Handy, Templemacateer, Westmeath, gent, intestate 1736.

Thomas Handy

(circa 1818 - 31 October 1844)
     Thomas Handy was also known as (of Edenderry?) in records. He was born circa 1818 in Ireland. He was the son 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.

     Thomas died on 31 October 1844 in 'Blundell House', Edenderry, Monasterosis, Offaly, Ireland. 30 Oct 1844, Thomas Handy of Blundell House, Edenderry, 5th son of the late Samuel Handy Esq., of Bracca Castle, co. Westmeath.
     His will was proved in 1845 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. Thomas Handy 31 October 1844, Edenderry, Kings co., Esq. #168.

Thomas Handy

(circa 1822 - 1875)
     Thomas Handy was born circa 1822 in Longford, Ireland. He was the son of John Handy. Thomas was a policeman in the Royal Irish Constabulary He enlisted aged 19 and was 5 foot 91/2 inches tall, from co Longford, Protestant, married 20 Oct 1856, wife of Wexford, trade: gardener, appointed 26 April 1841, service in Queens Co and Carlow in April 1841, in Ireland.
     Thomas Handy married Susan Craig on 20 October 1856 in Wexford, Wexford, Ireland. He became a Catholic at his marriage..
     Thomas Handy was employed as a water bailiff at Knockwill Lodge in 1865, Kilcarrig, Banachery, Carlow.
     Thomas died in 1875 in Athy RD, Kildare & Laois, Ireland.

Children of Thomas Handy and Susan Craig

Thomas Handy

(say 1895 - )
     Thomas Handy was born say 1895 in Stradbally, Laois, Ireland. He was the son of Thomas Henry Handy.
     Thomas Handy married (?) Unknown.

Thomas Handy

(circa 1820 - 11 September 1880)
     Thomas Handy was born circa 1820. He was the son of Stray Handy.
     Thomas's death was registered in the quarter ending on 11 September 1880 in 7 Grants Row, Dublin, Ireland.

Thomas Handy

(circa 1832 - 12 October 1874)
     Thomas Handy was born circa 1832 in Ireland. He was the son of John Handy and Julia Thomson.
     Thomas Handy married Ann Daly on 2 December 1855 in Ireland. An unknown person resided in Smith's Pend, Session St in Dundee, in 1868. He was working as a shore labourer..
     Thomas Handy appeared on the 1871 census in 11 Milnes E Wynd, Liff & Benvie, Angus. Thomas Handy, born Ireland aged 55, labourer; sons Joseph 13, born America; British Subject, mill worker, Patrick, 7, born Ireland. He was the informant at the death of Ann Daly, on 21 June 1871.
     Thomas Handy married secondly Agnes MacDonald on 6 October 1871 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland. Thomas Handy was listed in a directory dated 1874 as a flesher to trade at 56 Blackness Rd, Dundee.
     Thomas died of chronic pleurisy on 12 October 1874 in 56 Blackness Rd, Dundee, Angus, Scotland. He was buried in Dundee. Thomas Handy died 1874 aged 72 according to the cemetery officials.

Children of Thomas Handy and Ann Daly

Thomas Handy

(11 March 1860 - )
     Thomas Handy was christened on 11 March 1860 in the Catholic church, Clara - Horseleap, Westmeath, Ireland. He claimed to be born in Dundee in the 1881 census. The RC baptism at Clara-Horseleap was the son of Thomas Handy & A Daly.. He was the son of Thomas Handy and Ann Daly.
     Thomas Handy married Catherine Calder in 1878 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.
     Thomas Handy and Catherine Calder appeared on the 1881 census in 18 Brewery Lane, Dundee, Angus, Scotland. Thomas Handy, married, 23, born Dundee, Forfar, head, Calendar Worker; Catherine Handy, 22, born Dundee, wife, Joseph Handy, 1, son, born Dundee.
     Thomas Handy and Catherine Calder appeared on the 1901 census in 35 Lawrence St, Dundee, Angus. Thomas Handy 44, Jute calenderer; Catherine C Handy 40, Joseph Handy 21, railway servant, Andrew Handy 18 jute batcher; Francis Handy 16 jute batcher, Stephen Handy 15 jute piecer, Thomasina Handy 11, Jane Ann Handy 13, scholars, all born in Dundee.

Child of Thomas Handy and Catherine Calder

Thomas Handy

(circa December 1890 - )
     Thomas Handy was born circa December 1890 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland. He was the son of Margaret Handy. Thomas Handy and Bernard Handy, William Handy, Patrick Handy, Thomas Bernard Handy and Margaret Handy were listed in the 1891 census with Patrick Francis Handy and Mary Collins in 3 Park Wynd, Dundee, St Peter's parish, Angus, Scotland.
     Thomas Handy served in the military He may be the Thomas Handy, millworker, aged 17 years & 10 months joined the Black Watch Militia. HIs next of kin was his father Thomas Handy, of 17 Polepack Rd, Dundee and his mother was listed as Norah. in March 1907.

Thomas Handy

(13 August 1872 - 2 October 1872)
     Thomas Handy was born on 13 August 1872 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland. He was the son of John Handy and Janet Stewart.
     Thomas died of acute bronchitis on 2 October 1872 in 127 Scouringburn, Dundee, Angus.

Thomas Handy

(say 1840 - )
     Thomas Handy was born say 1840 in Tullamore, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. He was the son of Patrick Handy.
     Thomas Handy married Margaret Moran on 7 May 1867 in Balnahowen?, Westmeath, Ireland.

Thomas Handy

(say 1705 - )
     Thomas Handy was born say 1705 in Ireland. He was the son of Samuel Handy and Jane or Joan Lowe. He was listed on a deed dated 14 December 1753 as a witness. Memorial of an indenture dated the thirtieth day of May 1753 between John Low of Coranaher in the co. of Westmeath, gent, of the one part & Samuel Handy of Coolylough in the said county, gent of the other part reciting that whereas Ebenezer Low the younger of Newtown in the co. of Westmeath, Gent, by his indenture of lease dated the thirty first day of July 1746 demised and set unto the said John Low all that and those the lands of Coronaher afsd situate in the Barony of Moycashell in sd co. of Westmeath containing by estimation one hundred acres during the natural life of him the said John Low under the yearly rent of seven shillings an acre by which first mentioned indenture the said John Low in ... of the sum of £1000 then? to him in hand paid by the said Samuel Handy did grant bargain, sell. release and confirm unto the said Samuel Handy to his heirs all that and those the afsd town and lands of Coronaher with all the rights members & appurtenances to the said lands belonging or appertaining with the rents issues and profits of the said premises and also all the estate right ... and interest of the said John Low & heirs of in and to the said premises and also the P. indenture of lease with all ... parts of leases & other ..lings. Touching & concerning the said premises with a clause for further assurances which in .... i s witnessed by Thos Handy of Coolylough in the co. of Westmeath yeoman & by John Harold of Kilbeggan in the P, gent & this memorial is witnessed by the said Thos Handy and by the said John Harold John Low .... signed & sealed in the presence of Thomas Handy, John Harrold. The above named Thos Handy maketh oath that he is a subscribing witness to the deed whereof the above is a true memorial and saw the above named John Low sign seal and deliver the same as his act and deed and that he is also a subscribing witness to the above memorial & saw the above named John Low sign and seal the same& that he delivered the said deed and memorial to Mr James Saunders Dep ... the 14 Dec 1753 ... He was listed on a deed dated 26 August 1768 as a witness. A Memorial registered on 12 Aug 1779 between Samuel Handy of Collylough & Matthew Moore was witnessed by Thomas Handy.
     He may have been the Thomas Handy, yeoman of Bannagher, Kings County, who after the 1798 Rebellion made a claim for the loss of shop goods on the road from Dublin. He calimed £31/12/9 which was allowed.

Thomas Handy

(circa 1848 - )
     Thomas Handy was born circa 1848 in Dundee, Angus. He was the son of John Handy and Ann Kenny. Catherine, William, Joseph, James and Thomas were listed as the children of John Handy in the 1851 census in Horse Water Wynd, Dundee. Catherine, James, Peter and Thomas were listed as the children of John Handy in the 1861 census in Rothay Land Session St, Dundee.

Thomas Handy

(23 April 1854 - )
     Thomas Handy was christened on 2 April 1854 in St Andrew's, Dundee. He was born on 23 April 1854 in Dundee, Angus. He was the son of John Handy and Ann Kenny. Peter, Thomas and James were listed as the children of John Handy in the 1871 census in Smiths Pend, Session St, Dundee, Angus.

Thomas Handy

(30 November 1895 - )
     Thomas Handy was born on 30 November 1895 in 59 Patrick St, Dublin, Rathdown RD, Ireland. He was the son of Henry Handy and Sarah Wandrum. William, Thomas and John were listed as Henry Handy's children in the 1911 census in 97 Patrick St, East Side, Kingstown, Monkstown, Ireland.

Thomas Handy

(1923 - 2007)
     Thomas Handy was born in 1923 in Kirkcaldy, Fife. He was the son of Patrick Handy and Mary Kerr.
     Thomas Handy married Christina Kilpatrick in 1948 in Buckhaven. They had 2 daughters and divorced on 20 Nov 1954.
     Thomas Handy lived at Alberquerque, New Mexico, USA, 1984.
     Thomas died in 2007.

Thomas Handy

(before 1808 - )
     Thomas Handy was born before 1808.
     Thomas Handy married Brigid Ryan on 25 August 1828 in Tullamore, Offaly, Ireland.